Some of the Wobblies rode to Warren

I had always been under the impression that the men being deported in the Summer of ’17 were forced to march from their picket posts or residences to the Warren Ball Park, mostly because that’s what the photos show. But in reading the testimony in the 1920 trial of Harry Wootton for the kidnapping of Fred W. Brown, prosecution witness Thomas Green says that “. . . they loaded us on a street car, and from the street car they takes us down to the Warren park, and at the depot there they stopped.”

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