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Two of Montana’s worst disasters occured 47 years apart. In 1917 fire broke out at the Granite Mountain mine in Butte, killing at least 163 in the deadliest hard-rock mining disaster in U.S. history. In 1964 two dams on the Blackfeet Reservation gave way in the state’s deadliest flood, claiming 31 lives.

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