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Sulphur began around sulphur mines in the 1900s, giving the city its name. It is in this area that German immigrant Herman Frasch invented the "Frasch method" of mining sulfur, pumping hot steam into the ground, liquidizing the mineral and pumping the liquid to the surface.
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