Spanish Workers to Ohio
The Sun and New York Herald, August 2, 1920
Nerja, Spain, July 31. –More than 3,000 of the best traction hands, engineers and other important workers of the Rio Tinto mines, near here, have left Spain since the outbreak of the strike there, a large number going to Canton, Ohio. The municipality and private societies are distributing food to families of strikers.
Image [Roman water wheel, found in the South Lode of the Río Tinto Mines, 1919]. Courtesy of Aquilino Delgado, via Barry Yeoman.