Harriet Jackson Williams, 1922



Citation

“Harriet Jackson Williams, 1922,” Brooks Library Digital Collections, accessed September 21, 2014, http://digital.lib.cwu.edu/items/show/6986.

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Title

Harriet Jackson Williams, 1922

Subject

African-American; Roslyn, Washington; Kittitas County (Wash.) - History; Labor disputes; Mining; Strikes

Description

Harriet Jackson Taylor Williams came from Braidwood, Illinois to Roslyn in September 1888 with one small son. Harriet, born in Richmond, Virginia in 1871, journeyed with the wives and families of Black miners brought to Roslyn to break the coal mine strikes. Mrs. Williams, the mother of Ethel Williams Craven, owned large farms around grandview, Washington. Harriet Williams died in 1926. This picture was taken in 1922.

Source

Ellensburg Public Library

Date

1922

Contributor

Ellensburg Public Library

Rights

Permission to reproduce this image must be requested from the director of the Ellensburg Public Library Local History Collection.

Format

Scanned photographic print March 2001, DPI- 300, JPEG, with a Microtek Scanmaker 6400 XL.

Type

Photograph

Coverage

Washington (State) - Kittitas County - Roslyn