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  • Washington DisastersTrain Wrecks Fires Floods

    Moses Lake WA Sugar Mill Explosion Sep 1963. Moses Lake WA Airplane Crash Dec 1952. Mukilteo WA Powder Plant Explosion Sept 1930. Nahcotta WA Fire Jan 1915. New Whatcom WA Blue Canyon Coal Mine Explosion Apr 1895 Browse by State AL AK AR AZ CA

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  • A History of Kittitas County

    At the turn of the century several large coal concerns were mining in excess of a million tons of coal annually. Production peaked in the 1920s as companies introduced modern extractors loaders and conveyors and electric locomotives. Mining subsided in the face of competition from oil in the 1930s.

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  • Circa 1930 City Directories Available at NARA National

    Aug 15 2016 · Circa 1930 City Directories Available at NARA. Updated September 7 2002. Part I Introduction. This page lists microfilmed city directories available at National Archives Building 700 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. Washington DC and at Regional Facilities in major cities around the country. This microfilm is NOT available for sale from NARA.

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  • Cle Elum -- Thumbnail HistoryHistoryLink

    Oct 11 2013 · By the early 1930s the Great Depression had also cut into coal prices and demand and by 1933 coal production in Cle Elum and Roslyn had dropped by more than half from its peak. In fact all of the area s "three economic mainstays -- coal forest products and agriculture " were in serious decline and would stay depressed for decades (Shideler

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  • Coal Miner RecordsPennsylvania Historical Museum

    Coal Miner Records . The Pennsylvania State Archives hold numerous collections which pertain to persons either employed in or in some way associated with the anthracite (hard coal) and bituminous (soft coal) mining industries of the Commonwealth.

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  • History of Coal Hill (Mount Washington)

    Nov 13 2018 · Geological Origins of "Coal Hill" The origin of Mount Washington or Coal Hill goes back to a period of time known as the Taconic Orogeny.The unusual exposed coal deposits along Pittsburgh s Coal Hill were the result of tremendous shifts in the earth s crust beginning more than 435 million years ago.

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  • The Columbia River"A Photographic Journey""Penny

    The early 1900s was the "Golden Age of Postcards" with the "Penny Postcard" being a popular way to send greetings to family and friends. Penny Postcards today show us a snapshot of history as seen in these views along the Columbia River. The trail follows that of Lewis and Clark from the Tri-Cities of Pasco Kennewick and Richland Sacajawea State Park at the mouth of the Snake River down

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  • Code Reviser Washington State Constitution

    Washington State Constitution. PREAMBLE. We the people of the State of Washington grateful to the Supreme Ruler of the universe for our liberties do ordain this constitution. Amendment 13 (1930) That the provisions of this section shall not apply to lands containing valuable deposits of minerals metals iron coal or fire clay

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  • Coal Culture TimelineCoal Culture ProjectsSpecial

    Declaring a state of emergency county sheriffs (throughout Central Pennsylvania) issue sweeping proclamations that amount to martial law. Coal operators impose curfews on miners living in company towns. Clearfield County s proclamation is not lifted until 1930.

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  • Coal Culture TimelineCoal Culture ProjectsSpecial

    Declaring a state of emergency county sheriffs (throughout Central Pennsylvania) issue sweeping proclamations that amount to martial law. Coal operators impose curfews on miners living in company towns. Clearfield County s proclamation is not lifted until 1930.

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  • Forest and Trust Lands WADNR

    DNR also manages hundreds of thousands of acres of state forest lands that help fund services in many counties and contribute to the state General Fund—earmarked for education. About 546 000 acres are State Forest Transfer trust lands that were acquired by 21 counties in the 1920s and 1930s

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  • Boiler Fuelan overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Dr.Salah M. El-Haggar PE PhD in Sustainable Industrial Design and Waste Management 2007. Alternative 3 Traditional fossil fuels Natural gas. Natural gas is a strong candidate for boiler fuel in the sugar mill if there is a natural gas network in the area. Combustion of natural gas produces mainly carbon dioxide and water which do not cause serious pollution problems to the surrounding

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  • A History of Kittitas County

    At the turn of the century several large coal concerns were mining in excess of a million tons of coal annually. Production peaked in the 1920s as companies introduced modern extractors loaders and conveyors and electric locomotives. Mining subsided in the face of competition from oil in the 1930s.

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  • Washington DisastersTrain Wrecks Fires Floods

    Barrow WA Stamp Mill at Goat Mine Fire Aug 1904. Bellingham WA Gasoline Leak Causes Fireball Jun 1999 WA Coal Mine Explosion Dec 1924. Burnett WA Mine Explosion Dec 1904. Cheney WA State Normal School Fire Apr 1912. Cheney WA Fire Feb 1890

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  • History of Coal Hill (Mount Washington)

    Nov 13 2018 · Geological Origins of "Coal Hill" The origin of Mount Washington or Coal Hill goes back to a period of time known as the Taconic Orogeny.The unusual exposed coal deposits along Pittsburgh s Coal Hill were the result of tremendous shifts in the earth s crust beginning more than 435 million years ago.

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  • Roslyn Cle Elum and Ronald Oral History Interviews

    Arthur (Art) Pasa (b. circa 1910) began working in the coal mines at Roslyn Washington at 17 years of age. He worked in the Northwestern Improvement Company No. 7 Mine shoveling shooting and loading coal. In 1930 he moved to the No. 5 Mine where he shot coal and drilled rock.

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  • Photographs Descriptions NH State Register of Historic

    Mt. Washington Cemetery Bethlehem The Mt. Washington Cemetery is the oldest burial ground in Bethlehem although the cemetery was formally cleared and fenced in 1800 the earliest graves date to 1795. The historic landscape of graves stone walls and mature cedars is a

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  • Volcanoes and Lahars WADNR

    Washington has five major volcanoes Mount Baker Glacier Peak Mount Rainier Mount St. Helens and Mount Adams. These volcanoes are part of the Cascade Range a 1 200-mile line of volcanoes from British Columbia to northern California. Many volcanoes in Washington are active and have had recent eruptions. Volcanoes do not erupt at regular intervals so it is difficult to

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  • The Risk of Fiscal Collapse in Coal-Reliant Communities

    The coal severance tax is imposed on all coal and commercial leonardite severed for sale or industrial purposes except coal used for heating buildings in the state coal used by the state or any political subdivision of the state and coal used in agricultural processing and sugar beet refining plants in the state or adjacent states.

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  • 15 Best Rare Coal Mining Photos From Pennsylvania

    These 15 Rare Photos Show Pennsylvania s Coal Mining History Like Never Before. Pennsylvania s rich coal mining history dates back centuries to the late 1700s and boomed between 1870 and 1930. After the boom the industry began a steady decline that continues to the present day.

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  • Circa 1930 City Directories Available at NARA National

    Aug 15 2016 · Circa 1930 City Directories Available at NARA. Updated September 7 2002. Part I Introduction. This page lists microfilmed city directories available at National Archives Building 700 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. Washington DC and at Regional Facilities in major cities around the country. This microfilm is NOT available for sale from NARA.

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  • Roslyn Cle Elum and Ronald Oral History Interviews

    Arthur (Art) Pasa (b. circa 1910) began working in the coal mines at Roslyn Washington at 17 years of age. He worked in the Northwestern Improvement Company No. 7 Mine shoveling shooting and loading coal. In 1930 he moved to the No. 5 Mine where he shot coal and drilled rock.

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  • 40 Washington state ghost towns ideasPinterest

    Nov 8 2016Many Washington towns began with a boom and ended with a crash due to radical shifts of economy access or natural disaster. Here are just a few that Washington State Magazine has compiled from avid investigators of the subject. See more ideas about ghost towns towns washington state.

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  • Bellingham -- Thumbnail HistoryHistoryLink

    The school continued to expand and in 1961 it became Western Washington State College. It s been Western Washington University since 1977. Today Western Washington is a highly ranked public university with about 13 000 undergraduate students in many majors. A Thriving Town. During the early part of the twentieth century Bellingham boomed.

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  • The Columbia River"A Photographic Journey""Penny

    The early 1900s was the "Golden Age of Postcards" with the "Penny Postcard" being a popular way to send greetings to family and friends. Penny Postcards today show us a snapshot of history as seen in these views along the Columbia River. The trail follows that of Lewis and Clark from the Tri-Cities of Pasco Kennewick and Richland Sacajawea State Park at the mouth of the Snake River down

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  • Coal Mine Map Collection WADNR

    Coal mine map of the Coal Creek Mine About 1 100 individual maps representing about 230 mines comprise the Washington State coal mine map collection which is held at the Washington Geological Survey. The maps are an invaluable source of information for mine subsidence hazard evaluation and mitigation structural geology coal exploration resource evaluation and historical

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  • Ghost town of Coal CreekNewcastle coal mines King

    Newcastle-Coal Creek was a coal mining town in south King County Washington established in the 1870 s after coal was discovered along Coal Creek in 1863. By 1876 the Newcastle mines produced 400 tons of coal a day and employed 250 men. The largest of these was the Ford Slope mine which descended 1740 feet to 200 feet below sea level.

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  • Washington DisastersTrain Wrecks Fires Floods

    Moses Lake WA Sugar Mill Explosion Sep 1963. Moses Lake WA Airplane Crash Dec 1952. Mukilteo WA Powder Plant Explosion Sept 1930. Nahcotta WA Fire Jan 1915. New Whatcom WA Blue Canyon Coal Mine Explosion Apr 1895 Browse by State AL AK AR AZ CA

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  • Coal in the Puget Sound RegionHistoryLink

    Nevertheless Washington state s last underground coal mine Rogers No. 3 Mine at Ravensdale (near Black Diamond) in King County closed in December 1974. With miners and retired miner gathered around the portal was dynamited shut at 2 30 p.m. on December 17 1975. Coal continued to be mined in Washington for the massive power plant at Centralia.

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  • The History of Modern Apizza in New Haven Connecticut

    Tony Tolli moved his business to the mostly residential East Rock neighborhood flanking the industrial Mill River section and opened up Tony s Apizza at 874 State Street in 1936. He had a coke (a coal byproduct made in New Haven) fired brick oven built in the back of the rented commercial space designed to make only pizza.

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  • Washington State leaves coal behind but not its workers

    Jan 04 2018 · The massive coal plant near Centralia Washington has been the communities biggest employer since 1971as well as the state s biggest pollution source. The 1340 megawatt plant owned by the Canadian company TransAlta is responsible for 70 percent of the state

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  • Ginger Creek Antique StovesFully Restored Antique

    A New York stove with 14 ceramic tiles of a daisy design and 6 doors with mica windows (80 in all) the Patria is a very unique and beautiful stove. Designed for use with coal the stove stands 46" high with a 22" base and three sided view of the fire glow. Circa 1900.

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  • Forest and Trust Lands WADNR

    DNR also manages hundreds of thousands of acres of state forest lands that help fund services in many counties and contribute to the state General Fund—earmarked for education. About 546 000 acres are State Forest Transfer trust lands that were acquired by 21 counties in the 1920s and 1930s

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  • Prices and Wages by DecadeLibrary Guides at

    Coal miningHours and earnings Minimum wage for teachers by state and race 1930s By the late 1930s twenty states had minimum wage laws for teachers. Wages in WASHINGTON 1930s. Construction wages in Washington by county and town 1938.

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  • Mill Wa State Coal Firedfactjeugdnoord

    This response to comments provides information on the proposed revision of washingtons state implementation plan sip by submitting an updated plan for three puget sound air quality public hearing in the mill creek room at the kent commons in kent washington october 30 2013 fired by coal dirtier and dirtier coal.

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  • Forest and Trust Lands WADNR

    DNR also manages hundreds of thousands of acres of state forest lands that help fund services in many counties and contribute to the state General Fund—earmarked for education. About 546 000 acres are State Forest Transfer trust lands that were acquired by 21 counties in the 1920s and 1930s

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