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Henry County, Illinois
Featuring Coal Mining
      Henry County is a county located in the northern part of the state of Illinois.       41.21° N, 90.07° W
As of 2000, the population was 51,020 and in 2010 the population was 50,486.
The county seat is Cambridge, Illinois.
Henry County was formed on January 13, 1825 out of Fulton County, Illinois. It is named in honor of Patrick Henry.
      Henry County has twenty-four townships:
            Alba, Andover, Annawan, Atkinson, Burns, Cambridge, Clover, Colona, Cornwall, Edford, Galva, Geneseo, Hanna, Kewanee, Loraine, Lynn, Munson, Osco, Oxford, Phenix, Weller, Western, Wethersfield, Yorktown
      Some of the cities and towns and communities are :
            Alpha, Andover, Annawan, Atkinson, Bishop Hill, Cambridge, Cleveland, Coal Valley partial, Colona, Fairbank, Galva, Geneseo, Green Rock, Hooppole, Kewanee, Lynn Center, Nekoma, Opheim, Orion, Osco, Sunny Hill, Sunny Hill Estates, Swedona, Ulah, Warner, Woodhull
Coal Mines       Non-Fatal Casualties       Reference Souces (footnotes)

Henry County, Illinois
Coal Mine Fatalities

Spelling of names is as they are reported in the State of Illinois records.
A    B    C    D    E    F    G    H    I    J    K    L    M
N    O    P    Q    R    S    T    U    V    W    X    Y    Z   

B
BLUMFIELD
January 3, 196323, Mr. Donald Blumfield, age 38, married, one dependent child, came to his death from injuries to his chest and other internal injuries received while working at the Alpha Mine of the Shuler Coal Company located at Alpha, Henry County, Illinois, on January 3, 1963, when the top fell on him. He was employed as a Loading Machine Operator and had had 18 years experience at this mine.
      At 9:05 a.m. Mr. Donald Blumfield, loading machine operator, had backed the loading machine away from the face of the coal for resetting so he could load the left side in Room 14E entry off of 9 South, when he was struck by a small piece of falling slate which knocked him to the floor. Then immediately after, the roof fell in and covered the deceased and partially covered the loading machine and buggy. Mr. Blumfield was put on a stretcher and sent out to a waiting ambulance and taken to the Moline Public Hospital in Moline, Illinois, where a doctor pronounced him dead upon arrival.
 

C
CARLSON
December 5, 18987, August Carlson, of Kewanee, a miner, aged 36 years, married, leaves a widow and one child, was killed instantly by being caught between the cage and side of the shaft in J. J. Flemraing's local mine, at Kewanee, Henry county. From the evidence given before the coroner's jury, an employee of the operator got on the cage at the top of the shaft to go below, it being about quitting time and nearly all of the fifteen miners were out of the mine, he called down the shaft, which is only 50 feet deep, and asked if all was clear below. Getting no response, he assumed that no one was at the bottom of the shaft and told the engineer to lower him down, and the cage was started; when the person on the descending cage got to the bottom he found deceased lying in the opposite cage seat dead, his skull being crushed and a leg broken. It is assumed, for it must rest on assumption, that the deceased, on reaching the bottom of the shaft, found the cage just moving away, and thinking he had time enough to get on, the cages run very slowly, made the attempt, and was caught between the bottom of the cage and door-heads, and drawn up a short distance to a wider part, falling from thence to the bottom of the shaft, as the person on the descending cage testified that he heard something fall to the bottom when he was a short distance down.
 
COLTMAN
January 28, 192413, Floyd Golick, of Alpha, miner, age 27 years, married, and Charles Coltman, of Alpha, miner, age 51 years, married, were killed by firing windy shots in Shuler Coal Mining Company's mine. Each one leaves a widow.
 
COOK
November 1, 18955, Wm. Cook, of Coal Valley, aged 64, married, was fatally injured by a fall of rock while taking down some loose coal in his place, in John Summerson's mine, near Blossomburg, Henry county. He was injured about 5 o'clock p. m., and died about 9:30 the same evening. He left a widow and three married children, two sons and one daughter.
 

D
DIAL
October 24, 194822, Henry Leon Dial, of Coal Valley, coal miner and operator, aged 60 years, married, died from injuries received on February 5, 1948, in Henry Leon Dial & R. W. Bledsoe's mine, by a fall of roof. He leaves a widow.
 

E
EDWARDS
December 16, 193516 , George W. Edwards, of Woodhull, shot firer, married, aged 45 years, killed by explosion of dust in mine No. 1 of the Shuler Coal Mining Co., leaving widow and two dependent children.
 
ENSMINGER
May 16, 193415, Clifford E. Ensminger, of Genesco, blacksmith, age 44 years, married, was caught in crusher rollers and killed in Midland Electric Coal Company's mine. He leaves a widow and three children.
 
ERICSON
September 1, 18923. Charles Ericson, of Briar Bluff, a miner, age 46 years, was killed instantly by a heavy fall of roof at the face of his working room in the Briar Bluff Coal Company's mine, at Briar Bluff, Henry county. A large rock -- 9 feet long, 6 feet wide and about 2 feet thick, cut on all four sides by a "mud seam" -- fell on him while mining out a "standing shot;" he was working alone, and was dead when found.
 

F
FRYE
May 6, 193014, Virgil D. Frye, of Preemption, miner, age 23 years, single, was killed by falling slate in No. 1 mine, Shuler Coal Mining Company.
 

G
GOLDEN
February 7, 19028, William Golden, of Kewanee, a retired miner, 78 years of age, married, leaves a widow (family grown), had his leg broken by a fall of coal in a drift mine operated by his son, Richard Golden, located at Kewanee, Henry county, and died, probably from the injuries sustained, March 15, 36 days after the accident. Deceased was not an employee, he had retired some time previous, but he needed a load of coal for domestic purposes, and naturally thought he could be of some assistance to his son in mining it. They mined a fall of coal to a clay slip and cut the corners; while in the act of cleaning up the clay the coal suddenly fell off at the clay slips, a part of it rolled over, striking the old man and breaking his leg. This accident in itself, would not cause death in a younger man, but old age, coupled with physical infirmities was an important factor in the actual cause of his death.
 
GOLICK
January 28, 192413, Floyd Golick, of Alpha, miner, age 27 years, married, and Charles Coltman, of Alpha, miner, age 51 years, married, were killed by firing windy shots in Shuler Coal Mining Company's mine. Each one leaves a widow.
 
GOSCH
February 14, 19391818, John J. Gosch, of Kewanee, miner and loader, aged 46 years, married, was killed by fall of rock in mine of Kewanee Coal Co., leaving widow and three children.
 
GOULD
Marxch 26, 194321, William Verne Gould, of Alpha, laborer, aged 48 years, single, was electrocuted in Mielke Brothers' Gem Mine.
 
GREEN
May 12, 194120, Lee Adele Green, of Alpha, loading machine operator, aged 40 years, was killed when rock fell on him in Bugos & White's Alpha Mine. He leaves a widow and seven children.
 

H
HALL
November 8, 193415, Alfred Hall, of Coal Valley, miner, age 56 years, widower, was killed by a fall of rock at the face of the Little Smoke Mine of George W. Roberts.
 
HANSON
February 14, 191111, John Hanson, of Kewanee, miner, age 36 years, married, and George Lyons, of Kewanee, miner, age 23 years, single, were both killed instantly by being caught under a fall of roof at the face of their working place in the Kewanee Cooperative Coal Company's mine, Kewanee, Henry county. These two men were working in partnership at what is known as "drawing pillars." They had taken down one "fall of coal" and wheeled it out and had just commenced to undermine and cut for another fall. One was in the act of mining and the other cutting when a large mass of roof, 14 feet long, 2½ feet wide, and about 10 inches thick, fell, crushing both men underneath, killing them instantly. The working place was in seemingly safe condition, props being set within 4 feet of the coal face. Hanson leaves a widow and five children.
 
HEINRICH
October 17, 193516 , Frank Heinrich, of Kewanee, miner, aged 48 years, married, killed by fall of rock in mine of Wm. T. Lamb & Son, leaving widow and two dependent children.
 
HOLT
November 26, 191011, Charles Holt, of Kewanee, miner, age 42 years, married, was injured by a fall of roof at the face of his working room in the Kewanee Coal & Mining Company's mine, Kewanee, Henry county. Deceased was wedging down a piece of "top coal," when the coal fell; a portion of the roof, about ten feet long and twenty inches wide with an average thickness of about five inches, fell with it, crushing him to the floor of the mine. He was taken to the hospital at Kewanee, where it was found that, in addition to a severe scalp wound and internal injuries, his back was broken. He died from the injuries at 8 p. m., November 27th, thirty-two hours after the accident. He leaves a widow and four children.
 

J
JOHNSON
March 5, 191212, Andrew Johnson, of Kewanee , timberman, aged 43 years, married, employed at the No. 2 mine of the Kewanee Coal Co., was crushed between two railroad cars, from the effects of which he died in the hospital at Kewanee about two hours after the accident. He leaves a widow and two children.
 

L
LYONS
February 14, 191111, John Hanson, of Kewanee, miner, age 36 years, married, and George Lyons, of Kewanee, miner, age 23 years, single, were both killed instantly by being caught under a fall of roof at the face of their working place in the Kewanee Cooperative Coal Company's mine, Kewanee, Henry county. These two men were working in partnership at what is known as "drawing pillars." They had taken down one "fall of coal" and wheeled it out and had just commenced to undermine and cut for another fall. One was in the act of mining and the other cutting when a large mass of roof, 14 feet long, 2½ feet wide, and about 10 inches thick, fell, crushing both men underneath, killing them instantly. The working place was in seemingly safe condition, props being set within 4 feet of the coal face. Hanson leaves a widow and five children.
 

M
MIELKE
February 12, 1923 46, Fred M. Mielke, of Coal Valley, miner, age 68 years, married, died from injuries received twelve days previous by a fall of coal in the Valley View Coal Company's mine. He leaves a widow.
 

O
O'BERLE
September 13, 193516 , Joseph O'Berle, of Annawan, laborer, aged 33 years, married, electrocuted at mine No. 1 of the Midland Electric Coal Corporation, leaving widow and two dependent children.
 

P
PEACOCK
August 16, 18934, Martin Peacock, of Briar Bluff, aged 55 years, operator, married, was killed instantly by a fall of rock at the face of the room in which he was working, in a drift mine, operated by himself at Briar Bluff, Henry county. He went to work about 9 o'clock in the morning and was found at noon by a miner, the only other man working in the mine. Both men were working in different places. When found, the body was beneath the rock and life was extinct. The deceased left a widow and three children.
 

R
REMELE
May 13, 18902, Phillip Remele, of Briar Bluff, a miner, aged 50 years, married; leaving widow and five children, had his back broken by a fall of roof at the face of his working place "drawing pillars" in the Briar Bluff Coal Co.'s mine, at Briar Bluff, Henry county, and died from the injuries eight days after the accident. The attention of the deceased had been called to the dangerous appearance of the roof, he examined it and thought it safe, but it fell shortly after with the above result.
 
RYAN
November 16, 194019, Raymond Ryan, of Woodhull, machine runner, aged 50 years, married, killed by fall of slate in the Alpha Mine, of the Bugos & White Co., leaving a widow and one child.
 

S
STOLTENBERG
April 29, 18841, Charles Stoltenberg, a miner, aged 33 years, married; leaves a widow and two children; was killed by a fall of roof in the face of his working room, in Shaft No. 6, operated by the Lathrop Coal and Mining Co., located at Kewanee, Henry county. Stoltenberg, in company with his partner, Gus Grotha, were engaged in timbering, and making their room secure, when a large mass, weighing about three tons, fell from the roof, killing Sholtenberg instantly, and injuring Grotha.
 
STOUGHT / STAUGHT
July 31, 19069, Chas. Staught, of Kewanee, aged 22 years, married; his back was severely injured, by a falling roof in Kewanee Coal Company's No. 1 Mine.
 
April 19, 190810. John Stought, of Kewanee, injured in the Kewanee Coal Company's shaft No. 1 at Kewanee, July 31, 1906, and reported in 1907, died as a probable result of his injuries April 19, 1908. He leaves a widow and one child.
 
STRANBURG
June 23, 18976. Olof Stranburg, of Kewanee, a miner, aged 51 years, who leaves a widow and invalid daughter dependent, was severely crushed by a fall of roof at the face of his working place, in the Kewanee Coal Company's mine No. 7, Kewanee, Henry county. Deceased and his partner were "drawing a pillar'' when a large mass of roof, weighing nearly a ton, fell, striking Stranburg. He was removed to his home, and died at 9 o'clock the same evening.
 

T
THOMPSON
March 10, 193817, David Bartley Thompson, of Matherville, miner, aged 49 years, married, was electrocuted in Valley View mine, leaving wife and three children.
 

W
WALKER
January 18, 193817, Ralph Walker, of Wategta, miner, aged 35 years, married, was killed by fall of rock in No. 1 mine of the Valley View Coal Co. leaving widow and four children.
 
WALL
September 8, 191011, Claude Wall, of Kewanee, miner, age 17 years, single, was crushed through the body by a fall of roof at the face of his working room, in the Kewanee Coal & Mining Company's mine, Kewanee, Henry county. Deceased was at work at the face of his room when, without warning, a large mass of roof fell and he was caught under it. When extricated and removed to the hospital at Kewanee, it was found that his back was broken. He died from the injuries received, October 12, thirty-four days after the accident.
 

Henry County, Illinois
Non-Fatal Casualties

July 1, 1923 - June 30, 1924 & July 1, 1925 - December 31, 1925
ADAMS, Ben age 48 years, Married with 2 children; 3 dependents, of Alpha
4 Apr 1924 - Eye destroyed, flying wedge - Time lost - 90 days
 
HAMBLETON, William age 31 years, Driver, employed by Shuler C. M. Co.
28 Jul 1925 - Fingers injured, spragging - Time lost - 35
 
JOHNSON, Clarence age 22 years, Laborer, employed by Shuler C. M. Co.
2 Jul 1925 - Body injured, broke handle - Time lost - 70 days
 
JOHNSON, William age 31 years, Married, of Alpha
20 Jun 1924 - Body injured, falling tree - Not returned to work
 
KRACKLOW, Carl age 26 years, Married, of Coal Valley
15 Feb 1924 - Hand broken - Time lost - 44 days
 
KRAPP, Rudolph age 28 years, Married with 1 child, of Coal Valley
20 Nov 1923 - Arm injured - Time lost - 49 days
 
MITCHELL, Jim age 47 years, Married with 1 child; 2 dependents, of Alpha
24 Mar 1924 - Foot injured, stepped on nail - Not returned to work
 
MITCHELL, Tom age 47 years, Married with 1 child; 2 dependents, of Alpha
10 May 1924 - Foot injured, mule stepped on - Not returned to work
 
PATTERSON, Lew age 59 years, Miner, employed by Shuler C. M. Co.
1 Jul 1925 - Hip dislocated, falling slate - Time lost - 60 days
 
WILSON, Guy age 30 years, Married with 1 child; 2 dependents, of Alpha
30 Mar 1924 - Back injured, pit car - Not returned to work
 

 
Sources :
1 Third Biennial Report, Bureau of Labor Statistics of Illinois, 1884
                Springfield, ILL; H. W. Roker, State Printer and Binder, 1884

2 Sixth Biennial Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics of Illinois, 1890
                Springfield, ILL.; H. W. Rokker, State Printer and Binder, 1891

3 Statistics of Coal In Illinois 1893
                Twelveth Annual Report - Springfield, ILL.; H. W. Rokker, State Printer and Binder, 1894

4 Statistics of Coal In Illinois 1894
                Thirteenth Annual Report - Springfield, ILL.; Ed. F. Hartman, State Printer, 1895

5 Fifteenth Annual Report of the State Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1896
                Springfield, ILL; Phillips Bros. State Printers, 1897

6 Sixteenth Annual Report of the State Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1897
                Coal in Illinois - Springfield, ILL; Phillips Bros. State Printers, 1898

7 Eighteenth Annual Report Prepared by the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1899
                Springfield, ILL; Phillips Bros. State Printers, 1899

8 Twenty-first Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1902
                also the Fourth Annual Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices, for the Year Ended
                October 1, 1902, David Ross, Secretary; Springfield,
                Springfield, ILL.; Phillips Bros., State Printers, 1903

9 Twenty-Sixth Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1907
                also the Ninth Annual Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices, for the Year Ended
                September 30, 1907, David Ross, Secretary; Springfield,
                Springfield, ILL.; Phillips Bros., State Printers, 1908

10 Twenty-Seventh Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1908
                Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Journal Co.. State Printers, 1909

11 Thirtieth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1911
                State Mining Board -- Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Journal Co.. State Printers, 1912

12 Thirty-First Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1912
                State Mining Board -- Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Journal Co.. State Printers, 1913

13 Forty-Third Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1924
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1924

14 Forty-Ninth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1930
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1931

15 Fifty -Third Coal Report of Illinois, 1934
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

16 Fifty -Fourth Coal Report of Illinois, 1935
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

17 Fifty -Seventh Coal Report of Illinois, 1938
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

18 Fifty -Eighth Coal Report of Illinois, 1939
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

19 Fifty -Ninth Coal Report of Illinois, 1940
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

20 Sixtieth Coal Report of Illinois, 1941
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

21 Sixty Second Coal Report of Illinois, 1943
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

22 Sixty-seventh Coal Report of Illinois, 1948
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

23 Eighty-Second Coal Report of Illinois, 1963
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

24 Coal Mines in Illinois, Henry County
                Illinois State Geological Survey, 615 East Peabody Drive, Champaign, IL. 61820

25 Statistics of Coal Production in Illinois, 1883,
                A Supplemental Report of the State Bureau of Labor Statistics,
                by John S Lord, Secretary; Springfield, ILL: H. W. Rokker, Printer and Binder; 1883

26 Statistics of Coal In Illinois 1885
                A Supplemental Report; State Bureau of Labor Statistics
                Reports of Mine Inspectors; For the Year Ended July1, 1885
                Springfield, ILL; H. W. Roker, State Printer and Binder, 1885

27 Statistics of Coal in Illinois, 1887
                A Supplemental Report of the State Bureau of Labor Statistics
                Springfield, ILL.; H. W. Rokker, State Printer and Binder, 1887

28 Nineteenth Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1900,
                also the Second Annual Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices, for the Year Ended
                October 1, 1900, David Ross, Secretary; Springfield, -- Springfield, ILL.; Phillips Bros., State Printers, 1901

29 Twentieth Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1901,
                also the Third Annual Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices, for the Year Ended
                October 1, 1901, David Ross, Secretary; Springfield, -- Springfield, ILL.; Phillips Bros., State Printers, 1902

30 Twenty-Second Annual Coal Report, Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1903
                Springfield, ILL.; Phillips Bros., State Printers, 1904

31 Twenty-third Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1904,
                also the Sixth Annual Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices, for the Year Ended
                October 1, 1904, David Ross, Secretary; Springfield, -- Springfield, Illinois State Journal, State Printers, 1905

32 Twenty-Fourth Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1905,
                also the Seventh Annual Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices, for the Year Ended
                September 30, 1905, David Ross, Secretary; Springfield, -- Springfield, Illinois State Journal, State Printers, 1906

33 Twenty-Fifth Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1906,
                also the Eighth Annual Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices, for the Year Ended
                September 30, 1906, David Ross, Secretary; Springfield, -- Springfield, ILL.; Phillips Bros., State Printers, 1907

34 Twenty-Eighth Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1909
                Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Journal Co.. State Printers, 1910

35 Twenty-Ninth Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1910
                Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Journal Co.. State Printers, 1911

36 Thirtieth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1911
                State Mining Board -- Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Journal Co.. State Printers, 1912

37 Thirty-Third Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1914
                State Mining Board -- Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Journal Co.. State Printers, 1914

38 Thirty-Fourth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1915
                State Mining Board -- Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers, 1915

39 Thirty-Fifth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1916
                State Mining Board -- Springfield, ILL.; Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers 1916

40 Twenty-Sixth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1917
                Department of Mines and Minerals; Year Ended June 30, 1917
                Printed by authority of the State of Illinois; Springfield: Illinois State Journal, State Printers, 1917

41 Thirty-Seventh Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1918
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Springfield, ILL.; Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers 1918

42 Thirty-Eighth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1919
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Springfield, ILL.; Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers 1919

43 Thirty-Ninth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1920
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Springfield, ILL.; Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers 1920

44 Fortieth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1921
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Phillips Bros. Print, Springfield, Illinois; 1921

45 Forty-First Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1922
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1922

46 Forty-Second Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1923
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1923

47 Forty-Fifth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1925
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois State Journal Co., Springfield, Illinois., 1926

48 Forty-Sixth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1926
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1927

49 Forty-Sixth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1927
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1928

50 Forty-Seventh Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1928
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1929

51 Forty-Eighth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1929
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Journal Printing Co., Springfield, ILL., 1930

52 Forty-Ninth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1930
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1931

53 Fifty-First Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1932
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Journal Printing Co., Springfield, ILL., 1933

54 Fifty-Second Coal Report of Illinois, 1933
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

55 Fifty -Sixth Coal Report of Illinois, 1937
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

56 Fifty -Seventh Coal Report of Illinois, 1938
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

57 Sixty First Coal Report of Illinois, 1942
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

58 Sixty Third Coal Report of Illinois, 1944
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

59Sixty Fourth Coal Report of Illinois, 1945
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

60 Sixty Fifth Coal Report of Illinois, 1946
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

61 Sixty Sixth Coal Report of Illinois, 1947
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

62 Sixty-eighth Coal Report of Illinois, 1949
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

63 Sixty-ninth Coal Report of Illinois, 1950
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

64 Seventieth Coal Report of Illinois, 1951
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

65 Seventy-first Coal Report of Illinois, 1952
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

66 Seventy-second Coal Report of Illinois, 1953
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

67 Seventy-fourth Coal Report of Illinois, 1955
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

68 Seventy-fifth Coal Report of Illinois, 1956
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

69 Seventy-seventh Coal Report of Illinois, 1958
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

70 Seventy-seventh Coal Report of Illinois, 1959
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

71 Seventy-Ninth Coal Report of Illinois, 1960
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

72 Eightieth Coal Report of Illinois, 1961
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

73 Eighty-First Coal Report of Illinois, 1962
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

74 Eighty-Second Coal Report of Illinois, 1963
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

75 Statistics of Coal In Illinois 1895
                Fourteenth Annual Report;    Springfield, ILL.; ED. F. Hartman, State Printer, 1896

76 Seventeenth Annual Report of the State Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1898
                Coal in Illinois;    Springfield, ILL; Phillips Bros. State Printers, 1899

77 Thirty-Second Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1913
                State Mining Board -- Springfield, Illinois; Illinois State Journal Co.. State Printers, 1914

78 Fiftieth Annual Coal Report of Illinois, 1931
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Illinois Printing Co., Danville, ILL., 1932

79 Fifty -Fifth Coal Report of Illinois, 1936
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

80 Eighty-Third Coal Report of Illinois, 1964
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

81 Eighty-Fourth Coal Report of Illinois, 1965
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois


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