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by Northern Arizona University Cline Library, Special Collections and Archives, Tad Nichols Collection and Fronske Studio

Uranium mining in the 1950s brought new prosperity -- and new health problems -- to Navajos. Navajo miners push a fully loaded cart of uranium ore along a cliffside track

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