Item LVMC-MR-2-003 - Workers at the Mille Roches Quarry

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Workers at the Mille Roches Quarry


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Workers at the Mille Roches Quarry - c. 1930s-40s. The name for Mille Roches (French for Thousand Rocks) may have been derived from the limestone blocks, mined at the quarries just north of the village of Mille Roches.

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