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12016-01-27T20:11:03-08:00Trevor Cardenasc5f9d622220ae6401ae1d83141e26bb59a80947d74332A Photograph of the Tabasco Mine from the CF&I Archiveplain2016-02-12T21:10:27-08:00Todd Antonsonf2c5382518f1bdddfdaa97d66553fd32d6161735
Documents and maps in the Steelworks Archives do not have a consensus on the spelling. It is either "Tabasco" or "Tobasco." To differentiate between this mine and the popular hot sauce, the spelling of "Tobasco" has been adopted.