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This Day In Everett History

  1. This Day in Everett History

    April 15, 2017, All Day

    1901: African-American clergymen, including Rev. Johnson W. Hill of Everett, held protest meetings to condemn the book "The American Negro" by Col. William Hannibal Thomas. The clergy stated that the book misrepresented the race and wrought them considerable harm. Col. Thomas, who was also African-American, was living in Everett at the time and was labeled "The Black Judas."
    1951: Everett-born Rev. Leo Peter Craig, U.P., was killed near Chunchon, Korea, while administering the Last Rites to a soldier killed by a land mine.

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