You take the risk — I get rich. The majority of mine workers spoke no English and were were hired because they were cheaper than timber.
Allan, you are exactly right. Back in the s labor was the cheapest expense for a mine owner or a syndicate. Because of that labor unions strenghen. The irony of this situation is that it is going on right now in third world countries and Americans are the ones getting rich.
What is the history of women and the mine? Do you know anything about Mrs. And, where are you getting your sources from regarding the fatalities? Thank you very much. Charles, You raise a good question. I wondered about that omission while compiling the historical data, but did not have time to follow up on it.
None of the records I researched provide an explanation. I would suggest that you contact the State Mine Inspector to see if they have an answer. Their phone number is , or you can try their web site at http: The Arizona Legislature mandated in that all mine related fatalities and accidents be reported on an annual basis, and the Corondao Incline was a particularly horrific accident.
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There were other sources, such as archived death certificates, state mining regulations, etc. A sample text widget. The Assay Office at Vulture Mine. Photo by Maria Langer.
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Inside the Assay Office at Vulture Mine. February 2, at February 3, at February 5, at 2: February 17, at 9: February 24, at February 25, at February 25, at 5: Ramaldo Carillo — Detroit Copper Company: While blasting a round of holes he had difficulty in lighting the last hole and the first hole exploded while he was still at the last. Roy Jacobson — Copper Queen Mine: Crushed by cage and then fell down shaft. Augustine Camache — Little Daisy Mine: Overcome by gas, fell in water and drowned.
Teolindo Estevez — Gold Road Mine: Drilled into a missed hole. Padillo — Vulture Mines: When going off shift he went through No 3 stope where blasting was going on. First round of holes had gone off and as he started going through this stope the second round went off. Failed to open air valve after blasting and Gutierrez was overcome by gas.
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Jenkins went down to rescue him and was also overcome. Dupen — Miami Copper: Fell off a cage to about feet below. Moises Lastra — Detroit Copper: Was being lowered in a bucket when the engineer noticed the bell cord shake and stopped the bucket. Garcia — Arizona Copper Company: While climbing into car, came in contact with trolley wires. Stepped on cage while in motion. He was caught between cage and station bar, and almost decapitated.
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Joe Pianti — Iron Cap Copper: Fell from foot level to foot level. Sargent — Iron Cap Copper: Crushed between ore car and timbers. Batiste Guizzetti — Inspiration Consolidated: Sufficated [sic] in raise.
Cardello — Arizona Copper Company: Repairing bulkhead at fire. Perks — Walnut Creek Mining Company: Caught by flywheel and drawn through base of engine and flywheel.
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The top ten causes of death in Arizona mines from through include: Falling rock or timbers: This includes rocks, boulders and slabs falling from the roof or side of a stope or drift, rocks falling down chutes or raises, falling timbers, or similar circumstances. Fall of mine worker: This includes falling out of cages or buckets that were being raised or lowered in a shaft, slipping and falling into shafts, winzes or down ore chutes, or being knocked off a piece of equipment and falling.
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