Eighty-four years ago today, on 28 July 1932, two men and three children died in an abandoned mine shaft near Minto, NB. Today’s Throwback Thursday piece is David Frank’s “Minto 1932: The Origins and Significance of a New Brunswick Labour Landmark,” which examines both the tragedy itself and the way it was commemorated 50 years later.
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