Tamarack Location

An operation of such size and scope as the Tamarack Mine required a great deal of labor to succeed, nearly 2000 able bodied men when all was said and done. Since the adjacent village of Red Jacket was already quite overcrowded by the time Tamarack arrived on the scene, this new influx of workers required a new supply of housing. In response the company dutifully cleared land around the mine site, laid out a grid work of streets, and lined those streets with over a hundred houses and duplexes for those workers and their families to live. With this the community known as Tamarack Location was born.

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Tamarack – Then & Now (p1)

It was deep within the conglomerate workings of the Osceola Mine that Captain John Daniell would first envision the Tamarack…
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Tamarack – Then & Now (p2)

Tamarack Location – like most mining locations – was physically separated into distinct neighborhoods based on economic and social class.…
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Tamarack – Then & Now (p3)

Mining companies built several types of houses for its workers, the notable difference in each relating to who would be…
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Tamarack – Then & Now (p4)

After making our way off of Tamarack Hill and down onto the adjacent flatlands on which great Red Jacket is…
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Tamarack – Then & Now (p5)

Squeezed between Tamarack’s eastern border of First Street and the tracks of the Mineral Range railroad sit a collection of…