On May 13, 1901 at 2 p.m., 400 members of the Seattle International Association of Machinists strike.
Blacksmiths also struck, and on October 31, 1901, the iron moulders struck in sympathy with machinists. The machinists strike was called off on December 15, 1901, with no union gains.
Washington] Bureau of Labor, Third Biennial Report of the Bureau of Labor of the State of Washington 1901-1902 (Seattle: Metropolitan Press, printer, 1903), 143-144, 146, 147; [Washington] Bureau of Labor, Sixth Biennial Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Factory Inspection 1907-1908 (Olympia: C.W. Gorham, Public Printer, 1908), 112.
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