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The Minehill gap near Broad Mountain. Coal region near Pottsville, PA.

Front of Buck Ridge.

Mahanoy Colliery, Schuylkill County.

Coal train bound to the front.

Pearl's stripping coal bank. Paris & Danville R.R.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Mine entrance at Hollywood Colliery.

Plain Buck Ridge Breaker.

Shenandoah, Pa.

Colliery, Schuylkill County.

Dirt heap at Luke Fidler Breaker.

The head of No. 7 plane.

Abandoned or ruined railroad tracks at Hollywood Colliery.

Breaker at Hollywood Colliery.

Coal mine near Montrose [...]

Man in front of breaker at Hollywood Colliery.

Hill & Fellows breaker.

Coming out of the mines, Antrim, Pa.

Men at Hollywood Colliery.

View of Archibald and coal breaker, seen from bridge at foot of No. 26 plane.

Section of burning mines.

Penn’a Coal Co’s machine shops at Dunmore.

Coal train bound to the front.

Front of Buck Ridge Breaker.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Coming out of the mines, Antrim, Pa.

Breaker at Hollywood Colliery.

Dirt heap at Lake Fuller Breaker.

Hill & Fellows breaker.

Pearl's stripping coal bank. Paris & Danville R.R.

Front of Buck Ridge Breaker.

Shenandoah, Pa.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

The head of No. 7 plane.

Dirt heap at Luke Fidler Breaker.

Man in front of breaker at Hollywood Colliery.

Section of the burning mines.

Stripping coal at Hazelton, Pa., U.S.A.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

View of Archibald and coal breaker, seen from bridge at foot of No. 26 plane.

Drift mouth, Buck Ridge Breaker.

Coal mine near Montrose [...]

Breaker at Hollywood Colliery.

Section of burning mines.

Mine entrance at Hollywood Colliery.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Dirt heap at Lake Fuller Breaker.

Front of Buck Ridge.

Coal train waiting to be weighed.

[Coal breaker.]

Stripping coal at Hazelton, Pa., U.S.A.

Section of the burning mines.

Men at Hollywood Colliery.

Abandoned or ruined railroad tracks at Hollywood Colliery.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Mahanoy Colliery, Schuylkill County.

Breaker at Hollywood Colliery.

Hickory Swamp Breaker.

Steam engine at Hollywood Colliery.

Penn’a Coal Co’s machine shops at Dunmore.

Plain Buck Ridge Breaker.

Coal train waiting to be weighed.

Hickory Swamp Breaker.

Colliery, Schuylkill County.

Drift mouth, Buck Ridge Breaker.

Steam engine at Hollywood Colliery.

[Coal breaker.]

Mahanoy Colliery.

Mahanoy Colliery.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Stripping coal at Hazelton, Pa., U.S.A.

Stripping coal at Hazelton, Pa., U.S.A.

Black and white miners striking together in the coal fields of Pennsylvania

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