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13 killed in Tarrytown 

May 19, 1891.  A thousand pounds of blasting powder contained in 50-pound cases en route for Tarrytown on a flat car on the New York Railroad exploded. 13 men who were on the car were killed, and 22 others were severely injured. 10 of the 13 killed were Italian laborers, and nearly all of the wounded were Italian but their names were known only to McCarthy, the dead time keeper. (more

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