Pacific Northwest Labor and Civil Rights Projects | Ku Klux Klan in Washington State | Documents from the Washington State KKK in the 1920s

Including clippings from regional papers on the Klan's failed anti-Catholic Initiative 49; Klan activities in the state; and communication between the Klan and the Governor.
Whatcom County Newspaper Clippings

Whatcom County Newspaper Clippings

08/29/2008
Newspaper clippings on Klan activities from Whatcom County, from the "Bellingham Herald," the "Lynden Tribune," the "Bellingham Reveille," and the Klan's own newspaper, "Watcher on the Tower."
Documents from the Anti-Catholic School Initiative 49, 1924

Documents from the Anti-Catholic School Initiative 49, 1924

08/29/2008
Copies of the Initiative, election results, and regional newspaper clippings.
Newspaper Clippings from Pullman and Colfax

Newspaper Clippings from Pullman and Colfax

08/29/2008
Newspaper clippings on Klan activities from the "Pullman Herald" and the pro-Klan "Colfax Gazette."
Seattle-area Newspaper Clippings

Seattle-area Newspaper Clippings

08/29/2008
Newspaper clippings from Seattle-area papers on Klan activities, from the "Bellevue American," "Issaquah Press," "Stanwood News," and "Seattle Times."
Yakima County Newspaper Clippings

Yakima County Newspaper Clippings

08/29/2008
Newspaper clippings from Yakima County on Klan activities, from the "Yakima Daily Republic," the "Yakima Morning Herald," and the "Wapato Independent."


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