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Little Fannie Gold Mine (United States)

Little Fanny was an extremely dusty mine. "Miner's consumption", a series of ailments affecting miners, caused miners to work at Little Fanny for three years or less. In response the owners developed a method of spraying water under pressure from the jackhammers as they broke the quartz for removal from the mine thus reducing the dust in the air.

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