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Bay View Massacre
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A gathering to commemorate the 124th anniversary of the Bay View Massacre. On May 4th, 1886, a labor protest turned deadly when Wisconsin governor Jeremiah Rusk ordered the Kosciuszko Militia to fire upon a crowd gathering at the rolling mills in Bay View.

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