Comments for PA Historian http://www.pahistorian.org Explore Pennsylvania History Tue, 10 May 2016 15:01:16 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.6 Comment on Short Mountain Colliery: Timeline 1825-1899 by Marie VanLaeys http://www.pahistorian.org/short-mountain-colliery-timeline-1825-1899/#comment-125 Tue, 10 May 2016 15:01:16 +0000 http://society.gratzpa.org/?p=463#comment-125 Any idea as to what happened between 1850’s and 1865 at this colliery? I have a grt grt grandfather that died in 1862 in a mining accident.

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Comment on Short Mountain Colliery: Timeline 1825-1899 by Josh http://www.pahistorian.org/short-mountain-colliery-timeline-1825-1899/#comment-124 Sun, 11 Oct 2015 13:09:32 +0000 http://society.gratzpa.org/?p=463#comment-124 Right behind Dayton, PA the north portal is the hardest to find!!

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Comment on Short Mountain Colliery: Timeline 1825-1899 by Rat http://www.pahistorian.org/short-mountain-colliery-timeline-1825-1899/#comment-88 Fri, 31 Jul 2015 06:09:48 +0000 http://society.gratzpa.org/?p=463#comment-88 Coming west out of Williams town on Broad st ,right where the road make a 90 to the left to go into Dayton there’s a old trail (road) on the right .Game Comm owns it now you have to walk . Up that road 1/4-1/2 mi then to your left you will find the tunnel opening.on your right. Have not been up for a long time been told it secured you can no longer go in. but then it was blasted shut yrs ago about 40yds in. ./ I’d like to know where the Gratz side entrance is?

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Comment on 1835: Description of Short Mountain Colliery by Susan Parker Rosen http://www.pahistorian.org/1835-short-mtn-colliery/#comment-75 Sun, 21 Jun 2015 19:54:05 +0000 http://www.pahistorian.org/?p=704#comment-75 Want to get out to Lykens. My family were the Millers (Joseph) they owned property in Lykens and lost their fortune due to the Civil War. Descendants of Heinrich Fry (Frey) and Anna Levering. from Germantown. Would love more information on this area, and anything that could be found on the Millers.
Thank you!

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Comment on Short Mountain Colliery: Timeline 1900-1929 by Susan http://www.pahistorian.org/short-mountain-colliery-timeline-1900-1929/#comment-34 Sat, 18 Apr 2015 23:58:26 +0000 http://www.gratzpa.org/?p=672#comment-34 I found this interesting as I was looking for where my No. 1 Yoke “Short Mountain Foundry” Bell came from.

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Comment on Short Mountain Colliery: Timeline 1825-1899 by Mark http://www.pahistorian.org/short-mountain-colliery-timeline-1825-1899/#comment-30 Thu, 19 Mar 2015 06:24:26 +0000 http://society.gratzpa.org/?p=463#comment-30 P.S. Mainly trying to fund the south portal to the Big Lick Tunnel.

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Comment on Short Mountain Colliery: Timeline 1825-1899 by Mark http://www.pahistorian.org/short-mountain-colliery-timeline-1825-1899/#comment-29 Thu, 19 Mar 2015 06:22:22 +0000 http://society.gratzpa.org/?p=463#comment-29 Great timeline. I have the same question as MJ. I’m a local hoping to find some of the old sites. If you could provide me with any type of geographic location, coordinates, etc it would be of great help. Thanks!

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Comment on Leonard Reedy, Gunsmith by Samantha Reedy http://www.pahistorian.org/leonardreedy/#comment-27 Sat, 21 Feb 2015 14:20:35 +0000 http://society.gratzpa.org/?p=154#comment-27 My husbands father has traced their family history as well and found that they are also related to Leonard. It would be nice to figure out some more information to give them. Dustin where are you from?

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Comment on Leonard Reedy, Gunsmith by eric reedy http://www.pahistorian.org/leonardreedy/#comment-26 Sat, 21 Feb 2015 04:32:46 +0000 http://society.gratzpa.org/?p=154#comment-26 Rich would you still have those photos? I’m a Reedy as well and would love to see them

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Comment on Leonard Reedy, Gunsmith by Rich http://www.pahistorian.org/leonardreedy/#comment-14 Fri, 21 Feb 2014 04:45:05 +0000 http://society.gratzpa.org/?p=154#comment-14 Dustin,
I might have some info of interest to you regarding Leonard Reedy and his guns. Email me and I will tell you more.
Sincerely,
Rich

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