Seattle’s Freeway Revolt: A Directory of Historical Resources, available in the Seattle Public Library’s special collections online, is a comprehensive guide to historical resources that tell the story of Seattle’s Freeway Revolt. It includes a historical overview, timelines, bibliographies, graphics and guides for finding relevant information. The project was supported by a grant from 4Culture/King County Lodging Tax Fund, which funded two research archivists who culled much of the information contained within.
A History Café program on Seattle’s freeway revolt, held in September 2018, is available in the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) audio archives. The presentation includes a brief overview of the freeway revolt followed by perspectives from four individuals who participated in the movement: Donald Gibbs, Jean Godden, Larry Gossett and Junius Rochester.