New Mexico 1913 Mining Accidents
Second Annual Report of the State Mine Inspector of New Mexico for the Year Ended October Thirty-First, 1913. Includes a listing of Fatal Accidents Underground, a special list of Men Killed in Dawson Explosion on October 22, 1913, and men who took training and received certificates from the U. S. Bureau of Mines.
Names in this online transcription include Aick, Allison, Amargiotu, Anastasakis, Andler, Andres, Andrios, Anezakis, Angela, Angelone, Arkotas, Armeda, Bakal, Ballastrocci, Beddow, Bediali, Begio, Bella, Berger, Biagi, Biagio, Bianchi, Binks, Biondi, Boggio, Bonnio, Bouzakis, Bravieri, Briant, Bright, Brooks, Brown, Bruigione, Brunos, Butte, Candido, Carapello, Carapellucci, Careto, Carleso, Carrole, Castelli, Castenagus, Caulfield, Cavaiani, Cecconi, Cericola, Cerillo, Champa, Chavez, Ciecarelli, Colonintes, Comacho, Comorachos, Conti, Coral, Cordova, Cotrules, Cruz, Curioroni, Daen, Dalzotto, Davis, del Baca, Dellaca, DeMichelli, Dennard, Dianna, DiCicco, DiPaulo, Donati, Duica, Eccher, Edgar, Edwards, English, Enrico, Evans, Fabba, Fanarakis, Farriano, Farrina, Fauri, Fellin, Fideli, Foglia, Frankel, Frasneklli, Gabrelli, Galbadon, Gallegos, Ganotti, Garcia, Garzanillo, Gatti, Gelas, German, Gianerelli, Giganti, Giordani, Giovanni, Golek, Gonzales, Grimaldo, Gubelick, Guiatto, Guindasola, Gulyas, Gunnoe, Guy, Handley, Hanson, Hart, Hicks, Huerena, Hunt, Husband, Hutchison, Iconome, Jan, Janos, Jessor, Johnson, Jones, Jorden, Katis, Kelley, Kennings, Kerr, Kiefer, King, Kinney, Kinter, Kluckinsky, Kowlasky, Krajachich, Kravanitz, Kriner, Kuhns, Ladis, Ladurini, Lardi, Lindsay, Littlejohn, Lloyd, Locci, Loger, Lolli, Lopakis, Lopez, Lori, Luccini, Macri, Madrin, Mafiola, Magglis, Mahoney, Makris, Mandato, Manetti, Marchetti, Marello, Marez, Marinucci, Martinelli, Mascognon, Mati, Matty, Maxey, Mazzoli, Mazzoni, McCutcheon, McDermott, McDonald, McGraw, McIntosh, McKinley, McLennon, McShane, Melone, Menopace, Mercer, Merlotti, Merner, Mesini, Michael, Micheletti, Mifinigaun, Mijares, Miklovcic, Minotaties, Miseron, Montanez, Montman, Montorsi, Montoya, Morgan, Morris, Mosurak, Mussatti, Nardini, Natali, Nava, Negrete, Negri, Nicolocchi, Nizzi, Ola, Papas, Parashas, Pascetta, Pascoe, Passetto, Pastore, Pattison, Pearce, Pellegrini, Pensato, Perez, Pessetto, Pino, Piros, Pischel, Pland, Poretti, Praiz, Prevost, Prussing, Pruvost, Ramuno, Redlich, Redpath, Reich, Reyes, Ribera, Richards, Rifosco, Rinker, Roberts, Rodriguez, Rojc, Romero, Romolo, Rounds, Sandova, Santi, Santisteven, Saturno, Saucedo, Serafini, Serrano, Sexot, Short, Silvio, Simoncini, Sitko, Smith, Sorine, Sporer, Stafford, Stark, Stavakis, Stummel, Stummer, Subart, Sulak, Sumers, Summerville, Tallaman, Tassi, Tessari, Tollerc, Tomasi, Tomicine, Tonsi, Torok, Touse, Towndrow, Trujillo, Tucker, Tumen, Tunney, Turner, Ulibarri, Upton, Vallette, Vegniti, Velasco, Vidalakis, Visconti, Vosnica, Wesley, Wessel, Wheat, Williams, Wilmoth, Wright, Wyper, Yates, York, Zacayinno, Zamboni, Zandi, Zefferini.
Labels: New Mexico, Mining Accidents
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