Portland Radical History Bike Tour|
The following sites were selected and the text written by Kim Fern. The supporting material, including photos and web links, was added by members of the Lewis and Clark College Political Economy Program. As Kim Fern explains, "This tour is an attempt to show you some of what isn't shown, what has been left out of our city's heritage and our "movement's" memory. This is for you to take to the library or the Historical Society or to the City Archives and spend hours finding details that make your heart race. This will show you people, organizations, groups, and events that have inspired and changed us."
There are many stops which have, unfortunately, been torn down. Those stops are marked with an asterisk (*).
1. 298 W Burnside (1907) & 241 SW Couch (1917)* - IWW Hall
2. 212 W Burnside (1910-1930?s)*- Tom Burn's watch shop
Maybe people would like to organize a radical bike tour. It could be a fund raiser.