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No  9 Mine & Museum
"The No. 9 Coal Mine & Museum is located in Lansford, PA, below the Pocono Mountains. Lansford is located in the western part of Carbon County. The Mine & Museum are located near the banks of Panther Creek on 9 Dock Street, near the junction of Dock and West Ridge Streets. Lansford is part of Lehigh Valley, which is an area in Pennsylvania named after the Lehigh River. This area is sometimes known as the "coal region,'' particularly Carbon County. The No. 9 Coal mine was opened in 1855, but its origin traces back ten years earlier. A large anthracite coal deposit called Mammoth Vein was the focus for most mining in the Lehigh Valley. Major mine systems in the Summit Hill area produced a great deal of coal from the Vein. Unfortunately, the quarry had to be abandoned due to flooding. Mining companies decided to attempt another drilling into Mammoth Vein. Between the years of 1853 and 1856, these attempts met with many difficulties, including cost. Finally, in December of 1857, the No. 9 coal mine had been driven far enough to encounter coal. The next month, the mine was contracted to produce 90,000 tons of coal per year. Anthracite coal is a variety of coal known by its sheen. It has fewer impurities than all other types of coal, which means it has the highest carbon content. During the time of No. 9's operation, anthracite coal was the most popular fuel for heating structures in the North and East of the US. The Mine was operated until 1972. At that time, it was the world's longest running anthracite coal mine. In 2002, the Mine was re-opened as a tourist attraction. The Mine was opened by a non-profit organization by the name of Panther Creek Valley Foundation. Their mission is to preserve the landmark as a heritage site. Visitors to the mine ride 1,600 feet along rail into the mountain. They can examine the miner's hospital, the mule-way, and the original 900 foot elevator shaft. Also on the grounds is the "Wash Shanty,'' which includes the tools and paraphernalia that the miner's used to wash their clothes and equipment. The Museum has items such as the tools, food cans, blasting equipment, and more that belonged to the miners of No. 9. Exhibits in the Museum also include carved pieces of coal, historical photographs, paintings, models, a replica of a miner's kitchen, and other artifacts. The gift shop sells items such as books, carved coal memorabilia, t-shirts, and miner's hats. The site also has picnic facilities and restrooms. Parking is free. The Museum and gift shop are open year round, Wednesday through Sunday, noon-4pm. The Mine is open for guided tours from May to Labor Day on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. From Labor Day through October tours are only on Saturday and Sunday. Mine tours start at 11:00am and run hourly until 3:15. Temperature within the mines averages the mid-50s. The temperature in Lansford is, on average, warmest in July, at 71 degrees. Visitors entering the mine may will to wear a light jacket or sweater due to the chill in the mines." This information came from: https://no9minemuseum.wixsite.com/museum/about-us
Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Mining.mpg
Vintage 1920's film showing the workings of an underground Northeastern Pennsylvania Coal Mine. This silent film (originally a 16mm hand-cranked movie) shows the miners arriving at the mine and switching into mining clothes with their street clothes held up by lines near the ceiling. The miner receive safety equipments and electric head lamps and then are issued cases of dynamite. Before entering the mine they update the peg board and take the token that allows the mine operator to know exactly who is in the mine at any given time. Once in the shaft the miners drill a hole in the face of the coal seam and then pack it with the explosives. After the dust clears, the miner and his helper shovel the coal into a cart for movement to the main gangway. There the coal is transferred into larger carts and pulled away by mules. In addition to the mule drivers and "spraggers" the film shows the coal breaker where boys and disabled men pick the slate out of the coal. The creation of the culm pile is shown with railroad cars of mine waste being dumped into giant piles. Finally the coal is washed and sorted into various sizes: stove, egg, nut and then shipped out in railroad cars.
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How Coal Mines Work: "Mining and Preparation of Anthracite Coal" c 1934 Delaware & Lackawanna Coal
more at http://scitech.quickfound.net Very good demonstration of coal mining processes in the 1930s. 'Underground mining scenes... Sequence shows miners leaving work, washing up and going home to greet families.' NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jo9qxONgd4s Earth Sciences, mining, oil, etc. playlist:: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL33B1A9216BB65F7A Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthracite Anthracite (Greek ἀνθρακίτης (anthrakítes), "coal-like," from ἄνθραξ (ánthrax), coal) is a hard, compact variety of mineral coal that has a high luster. It has the highest carbon content, the fewest impurities, and the highest calorific content of all types of coals, which also include bituminous coal and lignite. Anthracite is the most metamorphosed type of coal (but still represents low-grade metamorphism), in which the carbon content is between 92.1% and 98%. The term is applied to those varieties of coal which do not give off tarry or other hydrocarbon vapours when heated below their point of ignition. Anthracite ignites with difficulty and burns with a short, blue, and smokeless flame. Anthracite is categorized into standard grade, which is used mainly in power generation, and high grade (HG) and ultra high grade (UHG), the principal uses of which are in the metallurgy sector. Anthracite accounts for about 1% of global coal reserves, and is mined in only a few countries around the world. China accounts for the majority of global production; other producers are Russia, Ukraine, North Korea, Vietnam, the UK, Australia and the US. Total production in 2010 was 670 million tons... Other terms which refer to anthracite are black coal, hard coal, stone coal... blind coal... Kilkenny coal... crow coal... and black diamond. In the United States, anthracite coal history began in 1790 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, with the discovery of coal made by the hunter Necho Allen in what is now known as the Coal Region. Legend has it that Allen fell asleep at the base of Broad Mountain and woke to the sight of a large fire because his campfire had ignited an outcropping of anthracite coal. By 1795, an anthracite-fired iron furnace had been built on the Schuylkill River. Anthracite was first experimentally burned as a residential heating fuel in the US on 11 February 1808, by Judge Jesse Fell in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on an open grate in a fireplace. Anthracite differs from wood in that it needs a draft from the bottom, and Judge Fell proved with his grate design that it was a viable heating fuel. In spring 1808, John and Abijah Smith shipped the first commercially mined load of anthracite down the Susquehanna River from Plymouth, Pennsylvania, marking the birth of commercial anthracite mining in the United States. From that first mine, production rose to an all-time high of over 100 million tons in 1917... From the late 19th century until the 1950s, anthracite was the most popular fuel for heating homes and other buildings in the northern United States, until it was supplanted first by oil burning systems and more recently by natural gas systems... China today mines by far the largest share of global anthracite production, accounting for more than three-quarters of global output. Most Chinese production is of standard-grade anthracite, which is used in power generation. Increased demand in China has made that country into a net importer of the fuel, mostly from Vietnam, another major producer of anthracite for power generation, although increasing domestic consumption in Vietnam means that exports may be scaled back. Current U.S. anthracite production averages around 5 million tons per year. Of that, about 1.8 million tons were mined in the state of Pennsylvania...
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Lansford No. 9 Mine Tour
A visit to the Lansford No. 9 Coal Mine tour in Lansford, PA on May 17th, 2008. The tour was the second of three mine tours taken that day through the Underground Miners and Chris Murley. Thanks to Chris and his cohort Banks Ries!! Copyright 2008. Email: [email protected]
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Anthracite Mine, 1920s - Film 47134
Anthracite Mining. U.S.A. Map of Pennsylvania showing Pittsburgh, New York, Philadelphia. Miners going into work. Miners enter a building to change into work clothes. Peg board for clocking in. Tool shop and one picks up an axe, checks and receives box of dynamite. Illustration how anthracite coal is found in folded layers. Timbers used to make the mines safe. Timber being sawed. Rail trucks going underground. Miners testing the rock before blasting. Miner drilling holes and placing the dynamite before igniting and running to safety. On the wall is written 6.2.27. After the blast a miner walks over the large rocks and checks overhead. Two men fill truck which is then pushed and tipped. 'Mining in close Quarters'. Horse (pit pony) working underground struggling to pull a wagon. Close up of anthracite in hands. Wagon moving through tunnel with light visible ahead. Above ground 'the breaker', the rail trucks move up a ramp and tip. Men sorting the lumps. Riddle sorting out the smaller pieces. More Culm than coal is taken from the mines - being tipped on a heap. Excess water extracted from mine. Men and older boys sorting the coal. Conveyor belt. Train wagons loaded. The miners day is done and the miners come out in rail trucks from underground.
Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour
Nick the History Kid and his friend Arseniy from Moscow, Russia travel to Scranton, Pennsylvania to visit one of the best industrial museums in America. Both Nick and Arseniy descend 300 feet into the earth the same way miners did on a unique underground railroad. They pass through 3 different veins of hard coal. Retrieved 7/7/14 from http://www.lackawannacounty.org/index.php/attractions/coal-mine
DEEPEST COAL MINE IN EUROPE available for Tourists.  #PART 1 | Guido - Poland
🔦🔦🔦 It's called level 320. 🔦🔦🔦 [ ENG SUBS AVAILABLE ] The greatest attractions of the level 320 are the large scale mining machines presented in operation, as well as electric suspension railway. This is here the deepest located tourist route in a coal mine in Europe! Discovering level 320 is associated primarily with exploring the development of mining technology from the late nineteenth century until the present day. 📷📷📷Visitors during the two-hour tour discover for themselves how a mining shift looks like, the conditions in which coal is mined and what mother nature can do with mine corridors not protected by roof support. One of the most interesting attractions of the level 320 is the electric suspension mining railway ride. At this level also you can enjoy one of the most impressive presentations of mining technique –large scale mining machinery at work. ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ COST : About ~$8 or ~7,5 Euro LENGTH OF THE ROUTE: 2,5 km, DURATION OF VISIT: 1,5h to 2 h., AGE LIMITATIONS: minimum age of a visitor: 6 years old, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: • the average temperature along the route is about 14 - 16C, proper clothing is recommended, • recommend comfortable shoes with flat soles. ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️
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Centralia, PA Open Pit Coal Mine Support Yard
XSP flight over some equipment at Centrailia, PA coal mine. Mine has been shut down and is being moved to other side of hill where they drained a lake and now have enough coal for another 37 years of mining.
Views: 1068 Charles Heil
Pocahontas Mine tour pt1
Mining tour at the museum at Pocahontas Virginia
Views: 204 CamperMike
Amazing Old Photographs of Coal Miners
Photographs from early 1900s Music: Mattia Cupelli https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqsGQVl-_k5qGE-PwGKO5DA
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Tour Exhibition Coal Mine & Museum
Tour Guide, George Oster, explains how various mining lamps and emergency equipment was used in the coal mines.
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Forgotten Industry - Coal Mining Museum
As part of the All Our Stories Hertige Lottery Grant a group of young people took a trip to the Coal Mining Museum. The aim was to investigate the areas cultural heritage and take photos and film that will engage young people for years to come. Follow our journey at www.forgottenIndustry.com
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Pocahontas Mine tour pt 2
Part 2 of the mine tour at the coal museum in Pocahontas Va
Views: 366 CamperMike
Portal 31 and the Kentucky Coal Mining Museum
Within just a few miles of each other the Kentucky Coal Mining Museum and Portal 31 make up a complete educational and fun experience in learning about coal mining. Portal 31 was once one of the largest mines in the world before it was close in 1963. In 2009 it was turned in to an exhibition mine with animatronic figures and videos that explain the history of the mine and of coal mining in general. The Kentucky Coal Mining Museum has pieces from that help to illustrate this history of both the coal mine and what a mining town was like. The museum also has a Loretta Lynn exhibit and an underground mining experience.
Views: 4396 Cris Ritchie
DRIVE FOR ANTHRACITE, 1942? - National Archives and Records Administration - ARC Identifier 38293 / Local Identifier 179.4 - Office for Emergency Management. War Production Board. (01/1942 - 11/03/1945). Summary: Shows how the War Production Board increased coal production in the anthracite region of Pennsylvania by raising the morale of the miners. Service man and government officials participate in a small parade, visit coal mines and address the miners. DVD copied by IASL Master Scanner Timothy Vollmer.
Views: 2551 PublicResourceOrg
Violence in Coal Mining in the 1870s
The Molly Maguires were coal miners of Irish descent who were infiltrated by a detective from the fledgling Pinkerton agency of terrorist acts against mining operators and several were hanged. In this fictionalized version, the detective/informant visits the ringleader convicted on his testimony.
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Eckley Coal Breaker And Miners Village
The Eckley Miners’ Village is located about 9 miles east of Hazleton, PA. It was built in 1854 by Sharpe, Leisinring, and Company (later the Sharpe, Weiss, and Company) which opened the Council Ridge Colliery. The coal land was leased from the Tench Coxe Estate in Philadelphia. The village was originally named Fillmore, after President Millard Fillmore, but was renamed Eckley in 1857, after the grandson of Tench Coxe. When the lease expired in 1875, the Coxe family operated or leased the colliery. The population of Eckley peaked at about 1,000 around 1870 and then declined as strip mining replaced underground mining. The residents reflected the waves of immigrants who came to work in the mines, Welsh, English, German, and Irish in the earlier years, and Eastern Europeans in later years. In 1969, the Huss Coal Company sold the town to the Anthracite Historical Site Museum, Inc. In 1971, it was deeded to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Today, it is administered by The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Eckley is open to the public year-round. Through preservation and restoration efforts, the Village seeks to portray the way-of-life of the anthracite coal miners and their families in the 19th Century.
Pioneer Tunnel Coal Mine & Steam Train
www.pioneertunnel.com In Ashland Pennsylvania, in the heart of the anthracite coal region, is the Pioneer Tunnel Coal Mine & Steam Train. The museum offers tours inside the coal mine, but also operates a steam train, a narrow guage 0-4-0 #1 named "Henry Clay", to demonstrate a different kind of mining - strip mining. In this video we'll follow along the Henry Clay on its short journey around the mountain.
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Appalachian Coal Mining Towns
Remnants of days gone by - Coal camps in West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky. Photos courtesy of www.coalcampusa.com
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Coal Mining In Yorkshire, 1970s - Film 7517
Open cast coal mine in Yorkshire. Large machinery. Blowing up a section of quarry face. Bulldozer levelling old pit heap for reclamation. Old drift and old mine workings. Test drilling to see if there is coal below ground. Upper Cwmtwrch Post Office, People using measuring tape. Measuring depth of topsoil. heavy plant on road. Stripping topsoil. Quarrying the overburden. Tipping this waste. Spraying water from truck to keep dust down. Blasting. Monitoring noise and vibration levels. Very large machines. The largest earthmover built in Britain is "Little John". Christening the bucket. A primary school class sits in bucket of digger, boy smashes champagne on digger. Children applaud. Naming the digger and revealing plaque on the side. Old mining village. Little boy and woman turn hose on street water supply and fill blue bucket with water. Modern mining village community centre. Boys riding "chopper bikes". Diverting river temporarily. Newly dredged and widened river bank. Lifting buckets of coal by digger and loading them onto lorry. Digger driver's view of digger arm. Truck load of coal compressed by digger's arm. Truck washed. Sheeting load down. Lorry loads weighed on large platform (weighbridge?) Coal preparation plant - coal emptied from lorries. Recontoured reclaimed land. Replacing topsoil. Close up of tractors rolling and riddling land. Newly-laid hedge. Making a fence with aid of machine which pushes post into the ground. Lake created on old open-cast site. Mine working in the background. Pretty countryside.
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Coal mine
Big Coal Bed Mining Explosion
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Miners In Senghenydd, Wales (1920-1929)
Miners - Senghenydd, near Caerphilly. Wales. Some very good footage showing various aspects of the lives of Welsh coal miners and their families; c. 1920s. Several shots of young men riding horses along muddy street while others stand around watching. General view of above-ground operations at mine: filled coal cars on tracks; a big pile; buildings; machinery; smoke. Group of miners standing about by corrugated metal fence & building; some are reading newspapers; big pile of dirt or coal in BG w/ mine buildings etc. beyond that. Shot of the front of miners' houses; which is long, narrow, cheaply made building divided into tiny units for families; no yards; just dirt; a few women look out doorways; men walking past. 4 men pose; 1 holding baby. More of mine. Group of miners pose; many look very young; teenagers. More of miners off work hanging out in the street; children running around. More of crowd of men standing in street Industry. Coal mining FILM ID:2402.07 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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WVIA Member Thank You - Lackawanna Coal Mine and Anthracite Heritage Museum 2014
WVIA Member Thank You - Lackawanna Coal Mine and Anthracite Heritage Museum 2014 Thank you to our members who came out to the WVIA Days at the Lackawanna Coal Mine and Anthracite Heritage Museum and made it so much fun! And thank you to the coal mine and museum staff who welcomed our Member Family – we can’t wait until next year!
Views: 168 WVIATVFM
This 1930s German silent educational film shows miners descending into the depths of a large coal mine, and then their routine underground pulling coal into a long conveyer belt. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Pennsylvania trip 2003 May 22 to Eckley Coal Museum
Michael Weidick takes his dad Thomas Weidick (both living in Mississippi) to Pennsylvania to visit relatives at the place of his birth in West Hazleton. Here we tour the Eckley Coal Museum and a family cemetery with his sister Margaret Nash Weidick (age 90) and his sister-in-law Rose Weidick on May 22, 2003. Sorry for the bad video in places, the camcorder was malfunctioning.
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A Day in the Life of a Coal Miner
A creative animated production by Wigan & Leigh Archives and Local Studies and the families of St John's C.E. Primary School, Leigh. Supported by Julian Coultas (Digital Roadtrip), The North West Film Archive, The Turnpike Gallery and Leigh Film Society. Artwork for the project kindly contributed by Christopher Murphy (volunteer at Wigan & Leigh Archives) and Paul Johnson (Parent from St John's). The project was made possible by the Transforming Archives Trainee Scheme by The National Archives - bringing a diverse workforce into the heritage sector. This project was in part funded by The Deal (Wigan Council).
1931 Kentucky Coal Story : Underground Colony
This Senile Story is about a rouge mining group from Harlan County , Kentucky, During the Coal War of Harlan County, several men migrated to the Western Coal Fields of Kentucky, to start an off the grid mine. There goal was to provided illegal whiskey stills with coal to keep there operations Productive.. What ended up happening is a tale that's been traveling around the Kentucky wilderness for decade, and decades to come.
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Old Coal Mines
I created this video with the YouTube Slideshow Creator (http://www.youtube.com/upload)
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Coal Mine Tour 320 Feet Underground!
My family and I are in Pennsylvania and we took a tour of an old shutdown coal mine.
Views: 113 Andrew the Mayer
Lancashire Colliers (Grimebridge)
Footage of Grimebridge drift mine from the 80's
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My Father Was a Coal Miner
Anne MacNeil discusses what it was like growing up in a coal mining town.
They Made the Earth Tremble: Coal Mining in Marion County
The Coal Mining in Marion County is a collaborative project of the Marion County Development Commission to promote and preserve our coal mining heritage. Produced by Dan Hunter and posted here with permission by the Marion County Development Commission.
Views: 2600 GladysBlackEagle
Oral History, Coal Mining in West Virginia
This is a project for American History at NorthPoint Bible College
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Ort Library Coal Mining Resources.avi
Coal is integral to the history of Western Maryland and to that of Frostburg State University. If you're researching mines in the region or the culture of mining, Special Collections at the Lewis J. Ort Library at Frostburg State University has appropriate resources.
Views: 698 Ortlibrary
Dalek Storm At the national coal mining museum 1
Dalek storm and dalek friends at the national coal mining museum overton west yorkshire, for more information on dalek storm, please see dalekstorm.com or join the facebook group dalek storm http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=82864210951 . see also www.projectdalek.co.uk http://dalekstorm.deviantart.com/gallery/
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No  9 Coal Mine Aug 5,2015
This is some on the tour of the No. 9 Coal Mine in Lansford,Pa
Views: 3650 Morgan Nace
Consists of unedited scenes of coal mine accidents and their prevention. The types of accidents shown deal mostly with mine railroads and coal digging, and result from carelessness with equipment, improper digging methods, and failure to use safety devices and precautions. Date: 1934 - 1975 Creators: Department of the Interior. Bureau of Mines. Pittsburgh Experiment Station. 1934-1/19/1975 (Most Recent) From: Series: Public Information Films and Video Recordings, 1934 1860 - 1975 1995 Record Group 70: Records of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1860 - 1995 localIdentifier: 70.46 naId: 12396 More at http://www.FLYKVNY.com
Coal mine part 1 of 2
A visit to the Pioneer Coal Mine Museum in the Pocono Mountain Region in Pennsylvania
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The Mine Wars | PBS America
Premieres 9pm, Wednesday 29 June on Freesat 156 | Sky 534 | Virgin Media 276 Following its European premiere at the Sheffield Doc Fest, this documentary recalls the struggle for trade union recognition by mine workers in West Virginia, a battle that lasted two decades. At the beginning of the 20th century, coal was the engine of American industrial progress. The coal industry employed over 700,000 men, yet few Americans gave much thought to the price paid by those whose working days were spent underground. With entire communities owned by the mining companies, conditions and pay were strictly controlled. The stage was set for conflict, and the spark that ignited the flame arrived in 1901 in the shape of Mary Harris "Mother" Jones, an outspoken labour organiser and activist. West Virginian miners went on strike in 1902, with the employees demanding shorter workdays, higher wages and recognition of the union. It was to be the first of a series of industrial disputes that frequently erupted into violence, with successive state governors being forced to declare martial law as the coal companies engaged paramilitary forces to combat the strikers, who themselves were heavily armed. Superior force was eventually to prevail, however, and in the early 1920s the strikes eventually petered out. It would not be until 1933 that Congress passed legislation guaranteeing the workers' right to unionise.
Views: 2491 PBSAmerica
Issaquah Oral History - Coalmining
Presented by City of Issaquah ICTV 21 and the Issaquah History Museums, this oral history segment examines our community's past as a coalmining hub.
Views: 369 City of Issaquah
Coal Mine Farmersville Illinois Crown 3 underground video 1992 Freeman United
Coal Mine Farmersville Illinois Crown 3 underground video 1992 This mine is no longer open. This is a great video of how coal is mined by room and pillar.
Views: 1787 Tom Shelton
Huge HO layout at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry
Check out the massive HO scale Layout of Chicago at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. The museum is at the site of the 1893 Worlds Fair in the Palace of Fine Arts. A quick tour of several exhibits including NYC 999, first train to break 100 MPH, The Rocket, 1829 locomotive, and the Burlington Zephyr. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Trains of Santa Cruz California" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv0S8Sa18mY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 72715 Toy Man Television
Big Pit Coal Mining Museum in Blaenavon, South Wales
Really interesting Coal Mining Museum in Blaenavon, South Wales - you go 700meters down the shaft and spend an hour walking to the old coal seam - roof is low, its a salutary experience.
Views: 720 RobLittleuk
Coal Strike in 1900 Affects Presidential Politics
A strike of coal miners organized by the United Mine Workers (UMW) in 1900 becomes an issue in the McKinley-Bryan contest for the presidency.
Views: 16159 danieljbmitchell
Coal Mine Tour Rap
Lackawanna, Lack-a-lack-awanna, Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour!
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coal mine tour in Scranton, PA
Scranton, PA
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Old coal mine,  part 1
Co,Leitrim Ireland,
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Pioneer Tunnel Coal Mine
Tour a real antracite coal mine and take a ride on an old-fashioned steam locomotive around the Mahanoy Mountain. Both tours are guided. Lunch & snack bar, picnic area & playground. Free parking. Open April 1 through October 31. 19th & Oak Streets, Ashland, PA 17921 570-875-3850 www.pioneertunnel.com
Vinnie Langdon: Inside A Coal Mine
This video is about Scranton Coal Mine Tour Highlights
Views: 120 Vinnie Langdon