Scranton, PA 18504   ~  570-963-4804



 

 

MUSEUM ARCHIVES AND LIBRARY

The collections of the Anthracite Heritage Museum include a non-circulating archives and library.

The library collections contain books, periodicals, and vertical file items.  Patrons interested in these collections should search for the title, author and subject information on the Pennsylvania State Library catalog web site page.

The archival collections contain documents, maps, images and ephemera.  Patrons who which to access information in these collections are requested to make an appointment, in advance, by telephoning Richard Stanislaus or John Fielding at 570-963-4845.or email rstanislau@state.pa.us or jfielding@state.pa.us.

For more information on Pennsylvania's history go to www.explorepahistory.com.

For information on major19th century coal breakers of the northern anthracite field go to www.nehgis.org available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST daily.  A companion paper book is available through the Museum Gift Shop.

LITHUANIAN MINERS KILLED IN THE MINES OF NORTHEASTERN PA
1900-1920
FROM THE REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF MINES
PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS 

PRESENTED TO THE ANTHRACITE HERITAGE MUSEUM
ON BEHALF OF LIETUVIU BICIULIAI
LITHUANIAN HERITAGE DAY, AUGUST 2, 2008
FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL THE DESCENDENTS OF THESE LITHUANIANS

Excel File of Lithuanian Miners Killed

The Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum and 
Iron Furnaces, administered by Chester Kulesa, Site Administrator,
 are two of three sites that make up the Anthracite Museum Complex, 
which also includes 
Eckley Miner's Village.

The Museum and Iron Furnaces are owned and operated by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Historical and Museum 
Commission, Harrisburg, PA.
 

Tom Corbett, Governor
Andrew E. Masich, Chairman
James M. Vaughan, Executive Director

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