occu 8 - (IC). As a boy, he lived near Cayce, Kentucky,...

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Makeshift Memorial
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Protest Against Massey Coal Company
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Railroad Conductor Nicknames The boss Captain Gold Buttons King Pin Master Old Man Skipper Ticket Snatcher
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Railroad Engineer
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Casey Jones John Luther ("Casey") Jones was an American railroad engineer from Jackson, Tennessee, who worked for the Illinois Central Railroad
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Unformatted text preview: (IC). As a boy, he lived near Cayce, Kentucky, where he acquired the nickname of "Cayce" which he chose to spell as "Casey." On April 30, 1900, he alone was killed when his passenger train, the Cannonball Express , collided with a stalled freight train at Vaughan, Mississippi, on a foggy and rainy night....
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occu 8 - (IC). As a boy, he lived near Cayce, Kentucky,...

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