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Buckeye Coal Tipple Mining Tools - Bramwell

Buckeye Coal Tipple Mining Tools - Bramwell

The Buckeye Coal and Coke Company was founded by the Hewitt family who came to Bramwell in 1885 from Torborough, Pennsylvania The company had leases on 900 acres of land and operated two mines and 100 coke ovens with 200 employees in the early 1900s Three years after opening there were 117 people working for Buckeye

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File:Dorr thickener at mine Buckeye Coal Company ,

File:Dorr thickener at mine Buckeye Coal Company ,

File:Dorr thickener at mine Buckeye Coal Company, Nemacolin Mine, Nemacolin, Greene County, Pennsylvania - NARA - 540270jpg

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15 Best Rare Coal Mining Photos From Pennsylvania

15 Best Rare Coal Mining Photos From Pennsylvania

These rare coal mining photos from Pennsylvania provide a glimpse into the state's rich past , Children of coal miners employed by the Buckeye Coal Company in Greene County, Pennsylvania, attended this school in the mid-1940s Wikimedia Commons/Public Domain 10 This 1946 photo shows the breaker plant at The St Clair Coal Company in .

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Buck Mountain (Pennsylvania) - Wikipedia

Buck Mountain (Pennsylvania) - Wikipedia

Buck Mountain (also known as Bucks Mountain) is a mountain in Columbia County and Luzerne County, in Pennsylvania, in the United Stat Its elevation is 1,942 feet (592 m) above sea levelThe mountain contains deposits of coal (specifically anthracite)Shale and conglomerate are also present The coal on the mountain was historically mined, altering the landscape somewhat

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Nemacolin Mine Fire

Nemacolin Mine Fire

The Nemacolin mine at Nemacolin, Greene County, Pennsylvania, is operated by The Buckeye Coal Company, a subsidiary of Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company, Youngstown, Ohio At the time of the last Federal inspection prior to the fire, employment was provided for 349 persons, of whom 263 worked underground and 86 on the surface, 3 shifts a day, 5 .

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DeLuca v Buckeye Coal Company :: 1975 :: Supreme Court of ,

DeLuca v Buckeye Coal Company :: 1975 :: Supreme Court of ,

DeLuca v Buckeye Coal Company Annotate this Case 463 Pa 513 (1975) 345 A2d 637 Angelo DeLUCA and Mary DeLuca, Appellees, v The BUCKEYE COAL COMPANY, Appellant Mike WATONA and Martine Watona, Appellees, v The BUCKEYE COAL COMPANY, Appellant , Pennsylvania Coal Company, 274 Pa 489, 118 A 491, rev'd on other grounds, .

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Coal Towns | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Coal Towns | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The boom and bust of Pennsylvania's coal towns The state of hundreds of company-built towns offers a glimpse at the existential struggle ahead for areas dependent on the coal industry Reporting by Daniel Moore Photography by Michael Henninger

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Wright v Buckeye Coal Co :: 1981 :: Pennsylvania ,

Wright v Buckeye Coal Co :: 1981 :: Pennsylvania ,

The Nemacolin Mine is an underground coal mine located in Cumberland Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania, and at the time was owned and operated by the Buckeye Coal Company 2 The common mining practice of the mine is to cut sixteen to seventeen foot wide entries through the Pittsburgh Coal vein on ninety five foot centers

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Buckeye Coal Tipple - Bramwell

Buckeye Coal Tipple - Bramwell

The Buckeye Coal and Coke Company was founded by the Hewitt family who came to Bramwell in 1885 from Torborough, Pennsylvania The company had leases on 900 acres of land and operated two mines and 100 coke ovens with 200 employees in the early 1900s Three years after opening there were 117 people working for Buckeye

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Nemacolin, Pennsylvania Mine of the Buckeye Coal Company

Nemacolin, Pennsylvania Mine of the Buckeye Coal Company

Nemacolin, PA USA and some of its people and history Nemacolin Mine of the Buckeye Coal Company March 1920 On the west bank of the Monongahela river, about 80 miles from Pittsburgh, the Buckeye Coal Company, the fuel producing organization of the Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co, is developing 800 acres of the Pittsburgh seam of by-product coking .

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