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  • History of Coal Mining In Iowa Coal Statistics

    mining and the coal sold at the mine for from $2.00 to $2.50 per ton. During the fiscal year of 1854-'55 about 100,000 bushels of coal were raised in the Farmington district. This had an average value at the mines of six:- and one-fourth cents per bushel. At the Mississippi river markets it retailed at eighteen

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  • Coal mining deaths surge in 2017 after hitting record low

    Jan 03, 2018The number of coal mining fatalities was under 20 for the fourth straight year after reaching exactly 20 in 2011, 2012 and 2013. By comparison, in 1966, the mining industry counted 233 deaths

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  • 1940

    1946 Harber, Ed - Blue Diamond Coal Company Crown Mine 1946 Boles, Thomas - Blue Diamond Coal Company Creech Mine 1946 Bouley, Rene A. - Cornett-Lewis Coal Company Joe Knob Mine 1946 Goss, George - U.S. Coal Coke Company No. 31 1946 Ewing, John - Darby Coal Corporation Blue Hart 1946 Farmer, Leonard - R.C. Tway Coal Company Bland Mine

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  • Experts: Coal Mining Deaths Preventable

    May 15, 2014Experts: Coal Mining Deaths Preventable. It's not mining's inherent dangers that are the issue, experts say, but instead lax enforcement of rules that are

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  • Equipment, training faulted in Illinois coal mining deaths

    Fatalities are down proportionally even considering that far fewer people work in mining today: In 1940 there were 2.6 deaths per 1,000 coal miners employed nationwide; in 2020, there were 0.08

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  • Coal Miner Records

    Registers of Mine Accidents, Anthracite, Bituminous and Non-Coal, 1973-1989, {series #43.53} [series is continued from RG-45]. (1 box) The accident books are grouped chronologically by date of accident. Anthracite and Bituminous Fatal Mining Accident Reports, 1936-1974, {series #43.74}. (14 microfilm rolls) Microfilm Rolls #6483-6496

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  • Australian coal miner TerraCom reports fatality at S

    Jul 30, 2021Australian coal miner TerraCom said on Friday a contractor had died at its South African mine on May 6, leading to an 11-day halt in operations at the time.

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  • Faulty equipment, poor training are main factors in

    Jul 12, 2021Fatalities are down proportionally even considering that far fewer people work in mining today: In 1940 there were 2.6 deaths per 1,000 coal miners employed nationwide; in 2020, there were 0.08 deaths per thousand. But coal mining is still an inherently dangerous profession.

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  • Mining Deaths of Walker County Alabama

    From the database website: The Alabama Coal Mine Fatalities Database consists of 2188 records compiled by the staff of the Government Documents Department using available annual reports of Alabama mine inspectors from 1898 through 1938. Year of Report refer to the year of the annual report in which a specific miner's death was listed. In some cases, the death may have occurred in the days

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  • Coal Mining Fatality Statistics: 1900

    Mine Safety and Health Administration - MSHA - Protecting Miners' Safety and Health Since 1978. Coal Fatalities for 1900 Through 2020. Please Note: Office workers included starting in 1973. Year Miners Fatalities Year Miners Fatalities Year Miners Fatalities Year Miners Fatalities

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  • Kentucky Mining Accidents 1864

    Kentucky Mining Accidents 1864-2006 DATE NAME MINE (COUNTY) Age/County fatal/nonfatal Page ReportYear Reference ADAMS, TED LET F Stone2 Ref7 KY 1937MAR5 ADAMS, W A 47 F 600 8 KY 1913SEP18 ADCOCK, H H NORTON COAL MINING 22 F 42 1913 25 KY 1903FEB5 ADDINGTON, W H Ashland Iron Mining 23 F 121 1903 24 KY

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  • Worst Mine Disasters in West ia History

    Jan 22, 2016Throughout history, coal booms have been underlined by the deaths of hardworking miners stuck in the wrong place at the wrong time. Here are some of the worst mining disasters in our state's history: Fairmont Coal Company Mining Disaster, Monongah, WV (1907) This disaster is often referred to as the worst mining disaster in American history

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  • U.S. Department of Labor Reports 29 Mine

    Jan 13, 2021ARLINGTON, VA – In 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) reports there were 29 mining fatalities, making it the sixth consecutive year that mining fatalities were below 30. Among those fatalities, five occurred in coal mines, a historic low. MSHA reports that three deaths occurred in Kentucky and Louisiana; two each in Arizona, California

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  • Mining Disasters

    Robert Murray, Coal Baron With Clout, Dies at 80. The son of a coal miner, he built a sprawling company, fought government regulations and wielded considerable political influence as a Trump ally.

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  • U.S. coal mining deaths: 1900

    U.S. coal mining deaths: 1900-2019. Here are the number of coal mining deaths in the United States, from 1900 through 2019. The average annual coal mining fatalities in the United States the past decade has fallen by approximately 60% starting in the 1990s. It has dropped nearly 43% from the 2000s.

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  • China's coal mining deaths spiral

    Aug 03, 2002The carnage continued through May, with the deaths including 21 miners killed in an accident in an unlicensed coal mine near Hejin City, in China's Shanix province.

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  • UK, Coal Mining Accidents and Deaths Index, 1878

    About UK, Coal Mining Accidents and Deaths Index, 1878-1935. Note: All data in this third-party database was obtained from the source's website. Ancestry does not support or make corrections or changes to the original database. To learn more about these

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  • Kentucky Mining Accidents 1864

    Kentucky Mining Accidents 1864-2006 DATE NAME MINE (COUNTY) Age/County fatal/nonfatal Page ReportYear Reference ADAMS, TED LET F Stone2 Ref7 KY 1937MAR5 ADAMS, W A 47 F 600 8 KY 1913SEP18 ADCOCK, H H NORTON COAL MINING 22 F 42 1913 25 KY 1903FEB5 ADDINGTON, W H Ashland Iron Mining 23 F 121 1903 24 KY

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  • THE ANALYSIS OF FATAL ACCIDENTS IN INDIAN COAL MINES

    Cox and Lewis (1966) had used a plot of the cumulative number of accidents against the number of days, while analyzing the coal mine disasters (accidents involving at least 10 deaths) in Britain. A similar plot for all the fatal accidents in Indian coal mines during the period April 1989 to March 1998 is given in Figure 1.

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  • Two dead in separate accidents in West ia coal mines

    Jun 03, 2021Trenten Dille and his baby (Source: Facebook) These are the third and fourth coal mining deaths this year; West ia now accounts for three of those deaths.

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  • Equipment, Training Faulted in Illinois Coal Mining Deaths

    Jul 17, 2021Fatalities are down proportionally even considering that far fewer people work in mining today: In 1940 there were 2.6 deaths per 1,000 coal miners employed nationwide; in

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  • Mining Deaths: Community History

    Mining Deaths. Mining has been a large part of the history of Lake Macquarie and has always been fraught with danger with every accident and death having a great effect upon the mining community. The period covered in this research is from 1840 to 1950. The first fatality recorded in the Lake Macquarie district, is in 1848 at Reverend Lancelot

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  • CDC

    From 2009 through 2017 the format changed to a single-web page with sections for overall mining and each of the major mining industry sectors. MSHA Data Files. MSHA Data Files for mining accidents, injuries, fatalities, employment, and coal production are available in SPSS and dBase IV formats. These files cover the period from 1983 through 2017.

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  • 1950

    Harlan County Coal Miners Deaths 1950-1959 1950 1950 Johnny Lidster killed in the Blackstar Coal mines at Alva, KY.. I don't remember the particulars. 1958 Smith, Paul - Bardo Coal Mining Company - Bardo Mine 1958 Fee, Henry - Harlan Fuel Company Yancey Mine 1958 Powers, Harold - V L Coal Company No. 01

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  • The Hidden Deaths of Mining

    Dec 31, 2019The Hidden Deaths of Mining Some workers killed on the job aren't counted in fatality records, making the industry appear safer than it is A man

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  • U.S. coal

    Jan 08, 2015LOUISVILLE — Fatal coal-mining accidents hit a historic low across the nation in 2014, dropping from 20 in 2013 to 16 in 2014, according to a count released this week by the U.S. Mine

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  • MSHA describes 2020 coal mining deaths as 'historic low

    Jan 14, 2021WASHINGTON, D.C. — The federal Mine Safety and Health Administration says there were 29 mining deaths in the United States in 2020 with five of those occurring during coal mining

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  • 1950

    Harlan County Coal Miners Deaths 1950-1959 1950 1950 Johnny Lidster killed in the Blackstar Coal mines at Alva, KY.. I don't remember the particulars. 1958 Smith, Paul - Bardo Coal Mining Company - Bardo Mine 1958 Fee, Henry - Harlan Fuel Company Yancey Mine 1958 Powers, Harold - V L Coal Company No. 01

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  • Coalmining Accidents and Deaths

    This is a database of over 164,000 records containing the details of coalmining accidents and deaths in the UK. Some names are shown as Witheld - this is for reasons of Data Protection and relates to all records of people injured since 1950.

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  • 5 years after a deadly coal mine disaster, what's changed

    Apr 03, 2015It was mid-afternoon on the Monday after Easter, April 5, 2010, when a 1,000-foot longwall shearer, a massive piece of industrial coal-mining equipment, bit

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  • Coal

    Report compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Mines including statistics on fatal and non-fatal accidents in coal mines located in the United States as well as data regarding the various operations (e.g., number of miners employed and average production). The information is organized into tables for comparison and the text draws some overall conclusions in the summary.

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  • The Most Common Accidents in the Mining Industry

    Jan 14, 2019The yearly average in coal mining decreased to 30 fatalities from 2001-2005, though 60 to 70 miners still die each year in the U.S. coal and non-coal mining industry. The most common accidents occurring in the mining industry are the result of poisonous or explosive gases or mishaps relating to the use of explosives for blasting operations.

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