Search For Survivors Of Depression-Era Tunnel Workers
Historians estimate that anywhere from 450 to 1,500 people died building it. The majority succumbed to acute silicosis, a fatal lung disease caused by breathing silica dust. Most made it back home to die, but not all. Hundreds died here, nearly 500 miles north of Atlanta, in hills far removed from the land they’d known.
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