Many of the Old Dominion Mine workers were Mexican who also participated in the strike. In order to get them back to work, the mine had them kept in camps along the Mexican border. These camps were kept in extreme conditions, forcing the workers back to the mines in order to be freed. The strike did turn out to be triumphant. The miners were offered better pay and nicer living conditions.In 1931 the mine closed for good. Today the mine has been refurbished with talks of turning it into a park. It is also used as the water supply for Globe-Miami and the district mines.