Category:Anthracite mining in Pennsylvania

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  • South Anthracite Coal Field — The world's richest Anthracite coal deposits run from Harrisburg northeasterly to the Delaware River/Hudson River water divide in the northeastern corner of Pennsylvania.


  • North Anthracite Coal Field — a few more folds north and west along the Ridge and Valley Appalachians lies the world's second richest Anthracite deposit which runs along the basin formed by the several river bottoms and through & along their several flanking ridgelines bounding the Greater Wyoming Valley.
Anthracite coalfields on 1872 PA map.jpg
The scholar delineated North Anthracite Coal Fields and South Anthracite Coal Fields are easily identifiable on this 1872 mineral survey map of Northeastern Pennsylvania.


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