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By St. Clair Community and Historical Society

ISBN-10: 0738565792

ISBN-13: 9780738565798

ISBN-10: 1531643116

ISBN-13: 9781531643119

St. Clair lies in a slender valley wealthy with anthracite assets. town was once born round 1831, through the nice tough coal growth in northeast Pennsylvania. through the years the city accelerated to surrounding parts or patches often called Arnouts Addition, Wadesville, darkish Water, New fortress, Mount Laffee, Crow hole, Ravensdale, Lorraine, Diener's Hill, East Mines, and Mill Creek. humans got here from those components to paintings within the mines, railroads, and assisting industries. because the call for for coal elevated, the city grew to a excessive aspect of 7,000 citizens. The decline of the coal additionally introduced the decline of the railroads, and the inhabitants of St. Clair fell. the images in round St. Clair convey the fortitude of its humans; the amazing citizens who've won nationwide popularity of their achievements within the exertions circulate, clinical box, activities; and the varied cultures that make up the town.

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By St. Clair Community and Historical Society

ISBN-10: 0738565792

ISBN-13: 9780738565798

ISBN-10: 1531643116

ISBN-13: 9781531643119

St. Clair lies in a slender valley wealthy with anthracite assets. town was once born round 1831, through the nice tough coal growth in northeast Pennsylvania. through the years the city accelerated to surrounding parts or patches often called Arnouts Addition, Wadesville, darkish Water, New fortress, Mount Laffee, Crow hole, Ravensdale, Lorraine, Diener's Hill, East Mines, and Mill Creek. humans got here from those components to paintings within the mines, railroads, and assisting industries. because the call for for coal elevated, the city grew to a excessive aspect of 7,000 citizens. The decline of the coal additionally introduced the decline of the railroads, and the inhabitants of St. Clair fell. the images in round St. Clair convey the fortitude of its humans; the amazing citizens who've won nationwide popularity of their achievements within the exertions circulate, clinical box, activities; and the varied cultures that make up the town.

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