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Posted by: shirley (ID *****8330) Date: March 11, 2003 at 10:21:11
  of 2037

Anyone else have miners working in British Columbia early 1900's?
Otto SCHULTZ was known to be working 1912 - 1915 in the
Bluebell Mine in Riondel, Nelson area,
Princeton and
Nickel Plate Mine in Hedley.
He married in Nelson in 1912 and left in 1915 from Hedley to the U. S. and was never heard from again.
Other known names are:
Can anyone please help?

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