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Demonstrations 1975 thru 1980 - 5
- 03/05/1974 (Creation)
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About 700 fishermen, mainly members of sportsmen groups, picketed the federal courthouse in protest of District Court Judge George H. Boldt's decision to grant special fishing rights to Native Americans. Photo by Bob Rudsit.
A crowd of several dozen gather on A Street in Downtown Tacoma outside the Old Post Office. Most of the signs held are blurred or other wise unreadable, but several visible signs read, "Fish Now Elk This Fall." Three small boats and one RV is parked along the street protestors are gathered on.
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Tacoma News Tribune, Image TNTxxxxx, Tacoma Public Library Northwest Room.
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“Fish clubs cast members as picketers,” Tacoma News Tribune, 05 March 1974.