100 Years Ago Today: Cincinnati Mine Disaster – Day 2

The following article is from the April 24, 1913 edition of The Daily Republican. The lead story was about the huge explosion at the Cincinnati Mine in Courtney PA, just 2 miles from Monongahela. I didn’t have time to transcribe this article but the image should be pretty easy to read:Cincinnati_Mine_Disaster_Daily_Republican_4_24_1913

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2 thoughts on “100 Years Ago Today: Cincinnati Mine Disaster – Day 2

  1. Tom April 25, 2013 / 1:45 pm

    Great opportunity to get a feel for what our ancesters had to deal with to affiord us a good life today. Thanks for your posting of this info.

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  2. Ryan May 13, 2015 / 5:26 pm

    A little known fact about the Cincinnati Mine Disaster that I find really interesting, Joseph Weaver, father of Mr Harold Weaver the longtime music teacher in Monongahela, was killed in the mine.

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