Scranton Iron Furnaces

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Scranton Iron Furnaces
Scranton Iron Furnaces offers Furnace Repair services in Scranton PA.

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Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum added an event.
On Saturday, August 5, 2017 from noon-4pm, the Anthracite Heritage Museum will present Labor Heritage Day. The event will begin with several presentations and book readings from various local authors. Their books will be available to purchase from the museum’s bookstore and the authors will be on hand to sign them. At 2pm, an original play “After the Shots were Fired” written by Margo L. Azzarelli, Marnie Azzarelli and Alex Lotorto will be presented in the auditorium. The one act play commemorates the 140th anniversary of the 1877 riot on Lackawanna Avenue where four men lost their lives during a time of labor unrest in the country. (After the Shots were Fired is funded by Lackawanna County Arts & Culture Community Project Grant, Commissioners Patrick O’Malley, Jerry Notarianni, Laureen A. Cummings.) The day will conclude with various labor related literary submissions being read from members of our local community. Lite refreshments will be served. The Labor Heritage Day events are Free and open to the public. However, a fee will apply for admission into the museum’s exhibit hall.
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Anthracite Heritage Museum to host “Labor Heritage Day” on Saturday, August 5 from noon-4pm. Scranton- On Saturday, August 5, 2017 from noon-4pm, the Anthracite Heritage Museum will present Labor Heritage Day. The event will begin with several presentations and book readings from various local authors. Their books will be available to purchase from the museum’s bookstore and the authors will be on hand to sign them. At 2pm, an original play “After the Shots were Fired” written by Margo L. Azzarelli, Marnie Azzarelli and Alex Lotorto will be presented in the auditorium. The one act play commemorates the 140th anniversary of the 1877 riot on Lackawanna Avenue where four men lost their lives during a time of labor unrest in the country. (After the Shots were Fired is funded by Lackawanna County Arts & Culture Community Project Grant, Commissioners Patrick O’Malley, Jerry Notarianni, Laureen A. Cummings.) The day will conclude with various labor related literary submissions being read from members of our local community. Lite refreshments will be served. The Labor Heritage Day events are Free and open to the public. However, a fee will apply for admission into the museum’s exhibit hall.

Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum shared Hood College's post.
Callie Fishburn ’18 is getting a glimpse into the daily lives of coal miners and their families. She told us about about what the Eckley Archaeology Project team discovered.
Walking down the main gravel road of Eckley Coal Miner’s Village, you feel as if you’ve been transported to the 1800s. Located in Northeastern Pennsylvania, about 2.5 hours north of Frederick, the village of Eckley is lined with houses that have been carefully maintained to accurately reflect their…

140 Years ago .... On June 21, 1877, ten men were sent to the gallows in Pottsville and Mauch Chunk (now Jim Thorpe), PA on a day that became known as the “Day of the Rope.” Ten more executions followed. The men were convicted members of the Molly Maguires, a secret organization of Irish Catholic miners who were accused of murder and criminal activity in the southern Anthracite region during the years of 1861 to 1877. To some, the Molly Maguires were terrorists who used violence in response to their grievances against mine operators and public officials. To others, the executed men were heroes whose goal was to improve the harsh working and social conditions experienced by the miners. They considered the Molly Maguires to be victims of an anti-Irish conspiracy and suspected that evidence in the trials of the executed men was fabricated.

More from our friends in Wales!
The Senedd Posted on July 8, 2017 by Jackie Schulte From: Kasidy Leggin Shortly after our first concert at Saint Cynog’s Church, the choir visited The National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff. The building houses the Welsh Parliament, known in Welsh as the Senedd. It stands as a sleek work of architec...