The Situation at Tonawanda, article (New York Times, 1893-07-06)
The Situation at Tonawanda, article (New York Times, 1893-07-06).pdf
Soldiers have withdrawn, all is still quiet. 28 deputized to keep the peace. "About the usual number" of Poles have come down from Buffalo to work. It appears the (shovers?) union has been locked out: 200 were at work paving streets in the south side, while some 300 northern men were refused the paving work, and may break ranks and return to work on the docks.
Collection: Murder on the Docks (October 7, 1895)