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Historical Markers in Coaldale, Pennsylvania

 
Clickable Map of Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Schuylkill County, PA (70) Berks County, PA (258) Carbon County, PA (75) Columbia County, PA (64) Dauphin County, PA (291) Lebanon County, PA (75) Lehigh County, PA (124) Luzerne County, PA (271) Northumberland County, PA (86)  SchuylkillCounty(70) Schuylkill County (70)  BerksCounty(258) Berks County (258)  CarbonCounty(75) Carbon County (75)  ColumbiaCounty(64) Columbia County (64)  DauphinCounty(291) Dauphin County (291)  LebanonCounty(75) Lebanon County (75)  LehighCounty(124) Lehigh County (124)  LuzerneCounty(271) Luzerne County (271)  NorthumberlandCounty(86) Northumberland County (86)
Pottsville is the county seat for Schuylkill County
Coaldale is in Schuylkill County
      Schuylkill County (70)  
ADJACENT TO SCHUYLKILL COUNTY
      Berks County (258)  
      Carbon County (75)  
      Columbia County (64)  
      Dauphin County (291)  
      Lebanon County (75)  
      Lehigh County (124)  
      Luzerne County (271)  
      Northumberland County (86)  
 
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1Pennsylvania (Schuylkill County), Coaldale — Mary Harris "Mother" Jones
Labor leader, worker advocate. In October 1900 she led a march of 2,000 women from McAdoo to Coaldale to aid a six - week strike called in September by the United Mine Workers of America for higher wages, recognition, and a grievance process. Many . . . Map (db m86795) HM
2Pennsylvania (Schuylkill County), Coaldale — No. 8 CollieryThe Company’s Showplace — 1845-1954 —
Mammoth Operation The No. 8 first opened in 1845. During its peak in the first half of the 1900’s, the colliery grew to a workforce of near 3,000 men. The mine consisted of 8 horizontal levels, the lowest being more that 1,200 feet below the . . . Map (db m86797) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 30, 2022