Twenty-third Annual Report of the Mining Industry of Idaho for the Year 1921. Stewart Campell, Inspector of Mines.
No big mine disaster occurred during the year, and practically all of the 12 fatal accidents and 946 minor ones can be attributed to the carelessness of the persons involved.
Names in this online transcription include Ashby, Bones, Finley, Hendricksen, Kloth, Kotum, Langevin, Otness, Parry, Sikkerman, Skirda, Van Buskirk.
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