French-Canadian Genealogical Research in Houghton County, Michigan
Tracing French Canadians in Michigan's Copper Country by John P. DuLong.
Genealogy - Coal Miners
Unearthing Your Coal Miner Relatives at the Pennsylvania State Archives. From the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission.
GOLD 150 - Celebrating 150 Years of Australian Gold-Rush History
Gold Ledge's Gold Rush Genealogy
California gold rush resources.
Gold Mining in Siskiyou County - A Digital Collection
Gold Prospectors of Colorado
Gold Rush Voyages - Panama Isthmus
Riot on Isthmus of Panama, 1856. Ships passenger lists (Golden Gate and JL Stephens to San Francisco), lists of those killed, NARA surname index to damage claims.
Hailey, ID North Star Mine Snowslide, Feb 1917
History of Coal Mining in Nova Scotia
A collection of historical and/or technical transcripts relating to 300 years of coal mining in the province of Nova Scotia.
HOOD Family History and Coalmining in Mid and East Lothian, Scotland
Descendants of David HOOD, a coalminer in Midlothian, Scotland; from 1715-1800's. Also includes information on coalmines in that area.
Houghton County Michigan Mining Accidents
Online searchable database.
Kentucky Coal Miners
LLywernog Silver-Lead Mine Museum and Caverns
Collection of machinery and archives housed on the site of a restored 19th c. Lead & Silver Mine in Ceredigion (Cardiganshire) Wales UK.
Mining History of Michigan Links
Mining in Michigan
Mining in Wyoming
History of mining in Wyoming.
MSHA: Mining History, Museums and Disasters
A Pictorial Walk Through the 20th Century Honoring the U.S. Miner
Chronology of Recent Major Mining Accidents in the United States
Mining Disasters - An Exhibition
Mining Museums and Miners' Memorials
Peak District Mines Historical Society - Mines of Wales in 1896
Plymouth, PA Avondale Mine Disaster, Apr 1869
Postcards recording the terrible explosion at the Universal pit, Senghennydd
Wales. On October 14, 1913, there was a disaster in the the Universal Steam Coal Company pit - the most severe in the history of the Welsh coal industry. 439 men and boys were killed. From the National Library of Wales.
Welsh Pit Disaster
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