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Luzerne County, Pennsylvania Accidents and Injuries in

Published in The Plymouth Tribune, Plymouth, Pennsylvania, 18 Septemeber 1891, Friday, p. 1. Contributed and transcribed by Mary Templeton. The Plymouth Accident James Maxwell, fatally injured at the Washington mine, Plymouth, on Thursday, was a

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In 1825 the first anthracite coal mine was opened in the locality and by 1878 Nanticoke was a major coal-mining centre. Coal mining declined with the widespread use of fuel oil, natural gas, and electricity; the population decreased and all the mines were closed by 1973.

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Rock Dirt is your destination for new and used construction equipment and heavy machinery. Buy, sell, or auction heavy equipment here.

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SOME STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF THE NORTHERN

SOME STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF THE NORTHERN ANTHRACITE COAL BASIN, PENNSYLVANIA By N. H. DARTON ABSTRACT The Northern Anthracite coal basin is a trough or syncline extending approximately northeastward across northeastern Pennsylvania. The coal area is about 62 miles long and about 5 miles wide.

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Here are the greatest disasters in Pennsylvania history

The fire began when sparks from the ventilating furnace ignited the wooden lining of the mine shaft and the coal breaker built directly overhead. The burning shaft was the only entrance and exit

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Luzerne County, Pennsylvania Breaker Boys

The Breaker Boys Photos from left to right Breaker Boys; Breaker Boys at the Chutes with Foremen, 1900; Plymouth Coal Company Breaker Boys, 1899 During the 1800s boys as young as 6 took their first job in the breakers, sorting through the coal. Many worked 10 hours a day, six days per week.

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Card# Mine Name Operator Year Month Day Surname 3591

Operator Year Month Day Surname First and MAge Fatal/Nonfatal In/Outside Occupation Nationality Citizen/Alien Single/Married #Children Mine Experience

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Luzerne County, Pennsylvania Surnames Linkpendium

An address delivered on the occasion of the erection of a monument at Laurel Run, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, September 12, 1896, to mark the spot where Capt. Joseph Davis and Lt. William Jones of the Pennsylvania line were slain by the Indians, April 23, 1779 (Source Internet Archive)

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The Forgotten Coal Industry of NEPA 2011

This colliery dates back to 1865, when the Nottingham Coal Company was founded. Shortly after obtaining a lease from the Reynolds family of Plymouth, a coal breaker was constructed and a 380 foot shaft was sunk. Over time, the owners would change.

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Mine Link Page 1 Our Family Histories

Bureau of Mines Bulletin 586, Historical Summary of Coal-Mine Explosions in the United States, 1810-1958. Library Archives at the National Mine Health Safety Academy Library. Most accident reports are available in the library archives at the Academy.

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Christopher Woodward in Pennsylvania 64 Records Found

64 people named Christopher Woodward found in Erie, Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City and 10 other cities. Lived In Coal Township PA, Bradenton FL, San Antonio TX, Helena AL. Related To Steven Woodward, Stacey Woodward, Plymouth Meeting, PA. Related To Rhoda Woodward, Jennifer Woodward, Michael Woodward, Helga Woodward, Susan Woodward.

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Montour County, PA Farmland Values, Soil Survey GIS Map

Our valuation model utilizes over 20 field-level and macroeconomic variables to estimate the price of an individual plot of land. There are 3,911 agricultural parcels in Montour County, PA and the average soil rating, as measured by NCCPI, is 36.

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Conyingham Breaker Wilkes Barre Cutting Coal At Face of Shaft Driving Tunnel in Interior of Mine Fort Pittston High School, Pittston, PA Grove Theatre Lake Nuangola Homeward Bound from Picking Coal Hyde Park Breaker Scranton Jiggs System in Breaker L and WB Coal No 9 Breaker Sugar Notch Lance Colliery Plymouth

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Mining History Month Anthracite Coal Region

A regional observance of Mining History Month will take place between January 7-29, 2017, at programs in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Pittston, Plymouth, Dallas, Peckville, and Ashley. The annual event focuses on the anthracite industry in Northeastern Pennsylvania, including the mineworkers, their families, and communities.

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Huber Coal Colliery, PA Lost Tracks of Time

Matthew Malkiewicz Lost Tracks of Time About; Contact; Home Huber Coal Colliery, PA Huber Coal Colliery, PA

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Lackawanna, PAGenWeb The Providence Register; Page 3

The Providence Register, Saturday, February 29, 1896. For Fire Department Chief--The many friends of ex-councilman O. P. Miller, of the Second ward, are making a strong fight to have him appointed Chief of the Fire Department under the incoming administration of Mayor Bailey.

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Asbestos Exposure in Pennsylvania Were You at Risk?

Asbestos Exposure and Mesothelioma in Pennsylvania. If you have worked and lived in Pennsylvania for significant amount of time, there is a chance that you were exposed to

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Jim Popso and His Coal Country Folk Art part 1 at

Jim Popso and His Coal Country Folk Art Part 1 of 2 by Woodward S. Bousquet. Folk art, antiques, and outsider art There was a model of the Mahanoy City coal operation, a painting of breaker boys picking slate, a steam shovel, a man pushing a wheelbarrow full of coal to his house, and even a memorial to union leader John. L. Lewis.

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Pennsylvania Annual Report of Mines by Year 1870-1979

Published since the 1870s this report contains production statistics, mine names, locations, owner information, and accident statistics. Prior to the mid-1880s the reports for anthracite and bituminous coal were produced by separate agencies; therefore early reports for bituminous coal are available as part III Industrial Statistics of the Annual Report of the Bureau of

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PA Environment Digest Blog Anthracite Heritage Foundation

Dec 13, 2018The events are sponsored by the Anthracite Heritage Museum, the Anthracite Heritage Foundation, King's College, Wilkes University, Marywood University, Misericordia University, the Lackawanna Historical Society, the Luzerne County Historical Society, the Plymouth Historical Society, the Greater Pittston Historical Society, the Huber Breaker

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Avondale Mine Disaster World History Project

The Avondale Mine Disaster was a massive fire in the Avondale Colliery in Plymouth, Pennsylvania, United States on September 6, 1869. It caused the death of 110 workers, making it one of the largest mining disasters in Pennsylvania history. It started when a wooden coal breaker built over a shaft entrance to the underground mine caught fire.

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Trying to Keep Coal Mining History Alive WNEP

The site administrator said, first and foremost, the place is a historic village, but it's important to preserve things like the breaker, which is also a part of this area's history.

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History of coal mining in the United States Wikipedia

The history of coal mining in the United States goes back to the 1300s, when the Hopi Indians used coal. The first use by European people in the United States was in the 1740s, in ia. Coal was the dominant power source in the United States in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and remains a significant source of energy.

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Shamokin Pa Newspaper Coal MINING Colliery Trevorton

Enterprise Breaker pictured, Violence and the Mollies, Coal brings Immigrants to town, Picture of Rosini Coal Co. 1939 and 1964 also a picture of Rosini brothers. Carbon Run Colliery, Trevorton Colliery, Loucust Gap Colliery, a picture of the Old Scott Breaker.

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Arthur Horace James (1883-1973) Historical Marker

James was born in Plymouth of Welsh immigrant parents and worked as a breaker boy in anthracite coal mines. Erected 2004 by Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Location. 41 14.515′ N, 75 56.474′ W. Marker is in Plymouth, Pennsylvania, in Luzerne County. Marker is on East Main Street, on the right when traveling east. Touch

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Affordable Pittsburgh, PA Poster for sale at AllPosters

Simply discover the perfect Pittsburgh, PA Poster, prints, photos and more for your dorm, room or home with AllPosters. Frame it with us to complete the look of your nestable home. This icon opens the menu Woodward Coal Breakers, Kingston, Pa. 12 x 9 in other sizes. $7.99. Add to Cart. Jones and Laughlin Steel Plant, Pittsburgh

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Historic Map Scranton, PA 1890 World Maps Online

In 1878, when Lackawanna County was formed, Scranton became its seat of government. Scranton was called "The Electric City" when in 1886 the community began to be served by an electric trolley system. By 1890 Scranton was an important iron and steel manufacturing city with numerous subterranean coal operations.

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ExplorePAHistory Stories from PA History

Stories from PA History. Visit PA Regions. Teach PA History. Mining Anthracite. advanced search . Nanticoke and Plymouth in Luzerne County, and Olyphant and Taylor in Lackawanna County, but all grew quickly due to the mining of anthracite and the transportation networks that developed to move it. Just as they sought to control coal

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