In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Everett Massacre at the foot of Hewitt Avenue in 1916, Historic Everett proudly announces the publication of our graphic novel. “Who’s your leader”, shouts Sheriff McRae at City Dock, to the Wobblies on the Verona. It was a grisly slice of history […]

Everett Massacre — a graphic novel

Everett’s Riverside neighborhood has an interesting set of street name histories. Take our quiz, and see how well you’ve studied the Riverside self-guided walking tour, which answers many of the questions. Note: some of the fill-in questions don’t work correctly, but we ain’t taking score anyway! Blame it on the quiz […]

Riverside street quiz

NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS IN BELLINGHAM An article from THE EVERETT HERALD, MAY 6, 1911: GIRLS IN HAREM SKIRTS ARE RESCUED FROM CROWD –Bellingham, May 5, 1911 Two young women appeared on Holly Street yesterday afternoon in harem skirts and attracted such a following of hooting small boys and interested men that Deputy […]

Girls in Harem Skirts Are Rescued From Crowd, 1911