On June 8, 1917, a fire started in the shaft of the Granite Mountain Mine. The fire quickly spread. Luckily the mines were interconnected, and many miners were able to escape the fire and smoke through other mines. Ultimately 168 men died, making it the deadliest hard rock mining disaster in United States history.

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