"a boatload of Wobblies was fired on by two hundred armed vigilantes gathered by the sheriff, and five Wobblies were killed, nineteen wounded."
- Mill Town: A Social History of Everett by Norman Clark, University of Washington Press, 1970
- The Everett Massacre: a History of the Class Struggle in the Lumber Industry, by Walker C. Smith, originally published ca. 1918 by I.W.W. Publishing Bureau, Chicago, and in reprint by Shorey Book Store, 1965
- "Everett's Bloody Sunday" by William Botting, October 1958, Vol. 49, Number 4
- "Bloody Sunday Revisited" by William J. Williams, April 1980, Vol. 71, Number 2
- "The Memoirs of Eleanor Castellan: The Years in the Pacific Northwest, 1910-1919", edited by James Castellan and Norman Clark, Winter 1999/2000, Vol. 91, Number 1
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