Pictured here are a series of maps made in 1911 of the industrial area of Little Falls where most of the strike activity took place.
Most important are maps # 3 and #4. Mills prominent in the strike are outlined in yellow and other major industrial firms in red. Here you can see the location of the Phoenix, Mackinnon, and Gilbert mills as well as the location of the nearby train station and Clinton Park.
The Sokol Hall (Slovak Hall) was located a short distance away, across the Mohawk River and Erie Canal (indicated as #5 on the main map) on the South Side where most of the workers, of Italian, Slovak, Slovenian, and Polish descent, lived. The major clash occurred on Wednesday, October 30, 1912 and shortly afterward the police raided the Sokol Hall which they believed to be the strike headquarters.