- May 9th to July 31st, 1934, when the Pacific Coast longshoremen go on strike.
- May 15th, members of STWU Local 2563 (Sawmill and Timber Workers Union), Humboldt County, CA, vote to join the strike.
- May 18th- The Eureka Standard reports that Frank Sweasey, Eureka’s mayor, has established the “Committee of One-Thousand,” to “guarantee the safety of the citizens and property owners of Eureka and Humboldt County during the strike.”
- June 21st the Holmes-Eureka Massacre took place. A battle between picketers, scabs, police, and vigilantes, three lumber workers were killed outside the Holmes-Eureka lumber mill in Humboldt County, CA: William Kaarte, Paul Lampella, and Harold Edlund. Six more men are taken to the hospital and treated for serious injuries. By the evening of June 21st, 114 strikers had been jailed.
- July 2nd the house of Frank L. Morgan, president of the Grays Harbor County Bar Association was bombed.
This is a simple timeline stating the events that involved the logger strike that happened in Humboldt county.
Humboldt County logging site 1915 photographer unknown.