Mount Pleasant Cemetery

700 W Raye St, Seattle, WA 98119

Mount Pleasant Cemetery, located on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle, was started in 1879. Among the notable persons buried there are pioneers William and Sarah Bell. Other burials include the labor martyrs of the "Everett Massacre" of November 5, 1916, black social activist Bertha Pitts Campbell, the Filipino author Carlos Bulosan, founder of the Jewish Benevolent Society Elizabeth Cooper-Levi, and a few ashes of the renowned I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) songwriter Joe Hill.