• Plymouth, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

    Plymouth was first settled in 1769 by the Susquehanna Company of Connecticut.It was originally part of Plymouth Township.The Pennamite-Yankee Wars were fought in the surrounding area.. Plymouth is situated in the once rich anthracite coal fields of eastern Pennsylvania. Coal was first shipped in 1807.

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  • Photograph of Breaker Boys and Woodward Coal Breakers ...

    Photograph of Breaker Boys and Woodward Coal Breakers, Kingston, Pennsylvania. Dated 1906. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

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  • Woodward coal breaker, Kingston, Pa. | Library of Congress

    The Library of Congress does not own rights to material in its collections. Therefore, it does not license or charge permission fees for use of such material and cannot grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute the material.

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  • 1242 Coal mining Images: PICRYL Public Domain Search

    Download Images of Coal mining - Free for commercial use, no attribution required. From: "The Minehill gap near Broad Mountain. Coal region near Pottsville, PA.", to "Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.". Find Coal mining images dated from 1833 to 1990.

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  • Pin by Darla Carey on ~*~PLYMOUTH PENNSYLVANIA~*~ in 2019 ...

    Coal Street Plymouth Pa. Teresa M. stuff. ... 1905 photo of the Woodward Breaker, located in Edwardsville, PA .The Woodward was located in the area behind the Mark Plaza. Sarah J. Back In Time. Coal Miners Old Pictures Molly Maguires Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania American History Luzerne County York Plymouth Black Gold.

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  • Pennsylvania-Mines - Artifacts

    Bituminous coal was first commercially mined in Pennsylvania at "Coal Hill" (Mount Washington), just across the Monongahela River from the city of Pittsburgh. The coal was extracted from drift mines in the Pittsburgh coal seam, which outcrops along the hillside, and …

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  • Coal Breakers of Wilkes-Barre, PA - Capt'n Clint's Place

    Coal Breakers in Wilkes-Barre, PA area. Capt'n Clint's Place Coal Breakers Wilkes-Barre/Scranton : ... Washington breaker, Plymouth 1908: DLW Woodward breaker, Edwardsville: DLW Woodward breaker, Edwardsville: DLWWoodward breaker, Edwardsville: DLW Woodward breaker, Edwardsville 1910:

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  • Pennsylvania’s Northern Anthracite Coal Field, ca. 1939

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  • SUMMARY OF ANTHRACITE ACCIDENTS IN WHICH FIVE OR …

    table 3 anthracite accidents in which five or more persons were killed 1847 - 2000

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  • Plymouth, Pennsylvania Facts for Kids

    On July 13, 1899, the first Dodson breaker burned down, and on March 5, 1900, work began on the second breaker. In 1914, Plymouth Borough obtained an injunction preventing the Plymouth Coal Co. from mining, owing to surface subsidence, and for most of that year the mine was idle.

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  • Wyoming Valley Anthracite Coal Mining - Home | Facebook

    Wyoming Valley Anthracite Coal Mining added 3 new photos to the album: Truesdale ( Hanover section of Nanticoke ). June 13 · Formally opened in 1903, it's original number 1 tunnel was sunk in 1838 by Holland.

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  • Carboniferous: 1900 | Shorpy Old Photos | Poster Art

    Here is my grandfather's (name misspelled; I doubt if he spoke much English so I guess that was close enough) coal mining license from 1899, size greatly reduced, issued, as you see, in Plymouth, Pa., about three miles from Kingston. I've cropped the sides into the text in order to maintain some readability within the 490 pix allowance.

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  • Coal Miners Memorial - Plymouth - PA - US - Historical ...

    In the year of 1918 the output of coal reached 88,647,250 gross tons. Hard coal was known to exist in the Wilkes-Barre area as far back as 1768. Young boys ranging from 15 years old worked in the mines and breaker boys ranged from 8 to 14 years old.

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  • Card# Mine Name Operator Year Month Day Surname 20 …

    Glen Alden Coal

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  • Coal Breakers of Wilkes-Barre, PA - Capt'n Clint's Place

    Holden Coal Breaker, Taylor PA 1907: Hillside Coal breaker, Scranton 1924: Stripping for Coal, Hazleton : Huber Breaker Preservation Society | Huber Photos Late during the 1930s, Maxwell No. 20 was razed and the ultra modern Huber Breaker erected in its place, just a short distance north of the old breaker's location. Huber Breaker opened ...

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  • Coal Breaker Stock Photos & Coal Breaker Stock Images - Alamy

    Coal Breaker, Plymouth, Pennsylvania, USA, Detroit Publishing Company, 1900 ... Three Coal Breaker Boys, Woodward Coal Mines, Kingston, Pennsylvania, USA, 1890 ... Breaker Boys,Maltby Breaker, Maltby PA. A breaker boy was a coal-mining worker in the United States and United Kingdom whose job was to separate impurities from coal by hand in a ...

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  • Avondale - whparanormal

    Avondale Mine Time Line: Mining begins at Avondale in 1863, Avondale Breaker built 1867, breaker destroyed by fire September 6, 1869, 110 lives lost, new breaker opens April, 1870, breaker remodeled 1905, 707 employees in 1908, breaker razed February 1935, coal shipped to Nottingham, Lance, Woodward, Loree and Huber Breakers and the Nanticoke ...

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  • Historic Map – Edwardsville, PA - 1892

    In 1892 the town’s main interest was in coal mining and transportation. Several productive mines were located in and around Edwardsville including the Kingston Coal Co. and the Delaware & Hudson Coal Co. The print from 1892 includes labeled streets, buildings, coal mines and railroad lines.

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  • The Americans : c17 rikavery - YouTube

    Mar 14, 2014· This video is a summary of the points covered in Chapter 17 of the textbook The Americans. Works Cited 4. VIEW NORTHEAST, DETAIL OF YMCA SIGN AND CORNERSTONE - Young Men's Christian Association ...

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    Classic Trains magazine celebrates the 'golden years of railroading' including the North American railroad scene from the late 1920s to the late 1970s. Giant steam locomotives, colorful streamliners, great passenger trains, passenger terminals, timeworn railroad …

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  • Coal mining in Plymouth, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

    Coal Mining in Plymouth, Pennsylvania The ... He left Derby in 1806 and in 1807 mined 56 tons of coal in Plymouth, Pa. at the old mine now rented to the Lehigh and Wilkes-Barre Coal Co., and known as the Smith red ash coal." ... The first Woodward coal breaker in 1900.

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  • Collieries and Coal Breakers - Up the Woods

    A colliery in reality is where the coal is dug and can often refer to the mine itself and its associated property. A coal breaker is the coal preparation plant. Thus said, it should be noted that all collieries did not have coal breakers, but all coal breakers were associated with one or more collieries.

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  • Glen Alden Coal Co. - Pennsylvania Northern Coal Field

    Glen Alden Coal Co. (Glen Alden Corporation) Select column header to sort. Hyperlinked items will open a new window.

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  • coal breaker products for sale | eBay

    1890-1901 Plymouth Coal Breaker, PA Vintage Photograph 11" x 17" Reprint. ... This reprint photograph shows Woodward coal breaker boys, Kingston, Pennsylvania between 1890-1901. This is a reproduction print of an old photograph. See scan if this is a concern. Your item will be printed on heavy, premium matte photo paper, and will have a 1/4 ...

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    Plymouth Pa. Coal Miners Old Pictures Molly Maguires Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania American History Luzerne County York Plymouth Black Gold. ... Old Nottingham Breaker. Darla Carey ... Coal Street Plymouth Pa. Teresa M. stuff.

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  • Coal Breaker In other Collectible Antique Photos Pre-1940 ...

    This reprint photograph shows Woodward coal breaker boys, Kingston, Pennsylvania between 1890-1901. This is a reproduction print of an old photograph. See scan if this is a concern. Your item will be printed on heavy, premium matte photo paper, and will have a 1/4" border or less. ... 1890-1901 Plymouth Coal Breaker, PA Vintage Photograph 11" x ...

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  • Category:Coal breakers - Wikimedia Commons

    English: A coal breaker was a coal processing plant which broke coal into various useful sizes. Coal breakers also removed impurities from the coal (typically slate) and deposited them into a culm dump. The coal breaker is a forerunner of the modern coal preparation plant.Coal breakers were used at anthracite mines.

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  • The Great Disaster At Avondale Colliery

    Monday morning, September 6th, 1869, the entire coal mining region of Pennsylvania, and in fact, the whole country, was startled by the telegraphic announcement that the coal breaker head house and other buildings over the shaft of the Avondale mine (formerly known as Steuben), situated in the Wyoming Valley, one mine below Plymouth, were on ...

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  • Wyoming Valley Anthracite Coal Mining - Posts | Facebook

    Wyoming Valley Anthracite Coal Mining added a new photo to the album: The Parrish ( Plymouth Pa. ) — at Plymouth, Pennsylvania. June 3 · Parrish breaker …

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  • Coal Miners Memorial Historical Marker

    Jun 26, 2017· Many other disasters are recorded at Wyoming Historical & Genealogical Society, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. [Memorial dedicated] October 25, 1987 Erected 1987 by Coal Miners Memorial Monument Committee and Concerned Citizens and Organizations. Location. 41° 14.476′ N, 75° 56.562′ W. Marker is in Plymouth, Pennsylvania, in Luzerne County.

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  • Category:Plymouth, Pennsylvania - Wikimedia Commons

    English: Plymouth is an incorporated borough in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States 4 miles (6km) west of Wilkes Barre, on the Susquehanna River.Prior to its incorporation in 1866, it was part of Plymouth Township, established in 1769 by the Susquehanna Company and claimed by Connecticut based on the charter of that colony. The Pennamite-Yankee War was fought in the environs.

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  • Fatal Mine Accidents- 9th District Luzerne County

    This information was donated by Rosanne Gemzik This information was typed by Bob ©1997-20161997-2016 by Mary Ann Lubinsky for the PAGenWeb Project, and by Individual Contributors

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