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Putnam County, Illinois
Featuring Coal Mining
      Putnam County is a county located in the northern part of the State of Illinois.
            41.20° N, 89.28° W
As of 2000, the population was 6,086 and in 2010 the population was 6,006.
The county seat is Hennepin.
      Putnam County was formed in 1825 out of Fulton County, and is named after Israel Putnam, a general in the American Revolutionary War.
 
      Putnam County has four townships
Granville, Hennepin, Magnolia, Senachwine
 
      Some of the Cities, Villages and communities are :
Florid, Granville, Hennepin, Magnolia, Mark, McNabb, Mount Palatine, Putnam, Standard
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Fatalities   Non-Fatal Casualties

History
      The population of Putnam County changed considerably during the years of Coal Mining
1900 - 4,746     1910 - 7,561     1920 - 7,579     1930 - 5,235     1940 - 5,289     1950 - 4,746
 
Excerpt from : Past and Present of Marshall and Putnam Counties Illinois 1907 2
Chapter XV.
Putnam County
The Coal Industry
      Illinois ranks first in the Union in her production of corn and her reputation as a bituminous coal producing territory is rapidly forging to the front as well. "The Coalfields of Illinois" has become a stereotyped term in commercial parlance.
      The St. Paul Coal company which is auxiliary to the St. Paul Railroad company, having secured thousands of acres of coal land in Putnam and LaSalle counties, sunk their first shaft in this part of the state at Granville in 1903. Newspapers are the chroniclers of historical events. By referring to the Granville "Echo" files were extracted the following account of this event :
      "A Red Letter Day ! Granville Coal Shaft is formally opened. June 25th the eventful day. With ceremonies befitting the occasion, the St. Paul Coal Co. breaks soil for shaft No. 1.
      "At two o'clock p. m. on Thursday, June 25, 1903, the new mine of the St. Paul Coal Company just west of Granville was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies improvised only a few hours before upon the announcement of Superintendent Cherry that he would begin to sink the shaft after dinner on that day. The Granville Band led the procession from town.
      "Mr. C. B. Peck, the local head of the coal company had prepared a platform and erected a pole from which "Old Glory" floated proudly to the gentle breeze.
      "Mr. Peck introduced W. E. Hawthorne as master of ceremonies, who presented each number on the programme with short appropriate comment:
MusicGranville Band
QuartetLadies' Celestial Choir
AddressGeorge W. Hunt
Turning of soil with a golden spade.C. B. Peck
Vocal SelectionCelestial Quartet
RemarksC. B. Peck
MusicBand
AddressJudge Martin, Topeka, Kan.
MusicBand

      "Then everybody threw out a shovelful of dirt -- women and children, as well as men -- and the ceremonies were declared closed.
      "There was a large and enthusiastic crowd in attendance, and everybody pronounced the dedicatory program a decided success."
      During the construction part, a great deal of speculation was entered into by the citizens of the county, as to whether it would be for the betterment of community life. The class of people who follow mining as a business, coming as they do from all parts of the world, and bringing with them their customs and habits, introduced into the staid old community like Granville, produced a revolution in social conditions. But our theme is the Coal Industry.
      The St. Paul Company erected a magnificent modern plant over their shaft, putting up brick buildings and a steel tipple. A splendid write-up of the shaft at Granville in the "Black Diamond" the miners' journal, published in Chicago, profusely illustrated and elaborated this mine as being one of the best in the state.
      The shaft does not hoist coal for commercial purposes. It does supply the local demand at the shaft but its principal object is to secure coal for the St. Paul Railway Company which it hauls out by the train load.
      The company is at present working the third vein which is about 500 feet below the surface. The underground plans are modern in every particular. The main drives are electric lighted and the mine being a dry one the works are easily kept in splendid condition. The amount of coal hoisted per man is equal to the average anywhere else. The capacity of the shaft when in full working operation is about 2,000 tons per day, employing below and about the works from 700 to 1,000 men.
      The second shaft in the county was sunk by the B. F. Berry Coal Company two miles east of Granville and exceeds the St. Paul shaft very little in size. The whole shaft, like No. 1, is modern in its equipment. No shacks ; no wooden buildings existing, but all their structures are brick and steel.
      This shaft is located on the Oglesby & Granville Railway and its output goes to the Milwaukee. Prospecting drilling having taken place in a number of other places in different portions of the county in Magnolia and Hennepin townships and also in Granville township, there is no question but what a number of other shafts will be sunk within the next few years, and Putnam county will become celebrated for her coal fields, as the quality of the production is superior.
 
Putnam County
Present General Condition
      The general condition of Putnam county at the present writing, socially, morally and financially is that of an intelligent and prosperous people. Cosmopolitan in the extreme, we have Swedish settlements, German communities, Polish neighborhoods, Irish vicinities in the country; and in the villages, particularly in Granville township, all tongues and nations mingle and co-mingle in political, social, fraternal and religious relationship.
 

Coal Mines in Putnam County, Illinois

Berry Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :
   Putnam County - Township 32 North, Range 1 West, Section 11, SE NE SE
An Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 497 feet with an average coal seam of 3½ feet in thickness
In 19075 the (B. F. ) Berry Coal Mine is listed as 490 feet deep with coal 3 feet in thickness
In 1908 6the (B. F. ) Berry Coal Mine is listed as 500 feet deep with coal 3 feet in thickness
In 19097, 19108 & 19119 the B. F. Berry Coal Company Coal Mine No. 1 is listed as 490 feet deep with coal 3 feet in thickness
Mine Name Operated By Years
Berry Coal Mine   E. F. Berry   1906 - 1924
The last production was reported in February 1924.
[Sources - No. 1, Index #299, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15]
1929 15 Mines Abandoned -- Putnam County -- B. F. Berry Coal Co., Taft.

Prairie State Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :
   Putnam County - Township 32 North, Range 1 West, Section 8, SE NW NE
An Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 454 feet with an average coal seam of 3.33 feet in thickness
In 19064, 19086 St. Paul Coal Mine No. 1 is listed as 500 feet deep with coal seam of 3 feet in thickness.
In 19075, 19108 & 19119 the St. Paul Coal Mine No. 1 is listed as 482 feet deep with coal seam of 3 feet in thickness
Mine Name Operated By Years
St. Paul Coal Mine No. 1   St. Paul Coal Company   1904 - 1924
    Idle or Abandoned   1925 - 1929
Prairie State Coal Mine   Prairie State Coal Company   1930 - 1938
The last production was reported in 1938
[Sources - No. 1, Index #298, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 20, 21]
1905 3
      The St. Paul Coal Co.'s shaft No. 1, located at Granville, Putnam County, went into operation Sept. 15, 1904. It is connected by switch to the C., M. & St. P. R. R., over which the product of the mine will be carried. The mine is of the first class. A substantial steel tower has been erected; winding engines, of the Litchfield type, have been set up, with cylinders 24 inches in diameter and 42-inch stroke, drum, 8 feet in diameter. The engine id direct acting, or first motion. A battery of four boilers has been put in, the boilers are 60 inches in diameter and 16 feet long, in fact no expense has been spared. The main object has been to make the machinery and equipment first class in every particular.
 
1929 15 Mines Abandoned -- Putnam County -- St. Paul Coal Co. No. 1, Granville.
1938 20 Changed to Local Mine -- Prairie State Coal Company, Putnam County.
1939 21 Idle Mines -- Prairie State Coal Company, Putnam County.

Urbandale Coal Mine
1917 11 New Mines -- Putnam County. -- Urbandale Coal Co., Fred Seffer, East Peoria.
Nothing else was ever listed about this mine operating in Putnam County.

 
Putnam County, Illinois
Coal Mine Fatalities

ARIANO
August 1, 192313, Louis Ariano, of Mark, miner, age 24 years, single, died from injuries received by a fall of rock the day before in St. Paul Coal Company's No. 1 mine.
 
ATALIANO
December 21, 191110, August Ataliano, of Granville, timberman, aged 40 years, single, was preparing to place timber in the St. Paul Coal Co.'s mine No. 1, Granville, Putnam County, when he was seriously injured by falling rock. He died December 24.
 
BELESI
March 18, 191912, Mondo Belesi, of Granville, miner, age 36 years, single, was killed by a fall of rock in St. Paul Coal Company's Mine No. 1, Granville. Deceased had neglected to set a sufficient number of props to make his working, place safe.
 
BERRI
August 9, 191611, John Berri, of Standard, miner, age 20 years, single, was killed in mine No. 1, B. F. Berry Coal Company, Standard, Putnam County, by a fall of coal.
 
CARAVANA
November 1, 191611, Charles Caravana, of Granville, laborer, age 34 years, married, was killed by falling rock in St. Paul Coal Company's mine, Granville, Putnam County. He leaves a widow and three children.
 
COSGROVE
September 6, 19076, George Cosgrove, of Granville, laborer, aged 25 years, single, was killed in an accident with a car unloader, in the B. F. Berry Coal Company's mine.
 
COSOLARIO
March 24, 19119, Joe Cosolario, of Granville, miner, age 40 years, single, was injured by a fall of roof at the face of his working place in the St. Paul Coal Company's mine No. 1, Granville, Putnam county. Deceased was working at the face of his room when a mass of roof, about 40 feet long, 10 inches thick, and from 2 to 5 feet wide fell, crushing him to the floor of the mine. When extricated it was found his skull was fractured and he was taken at once to the hospital in Spring Valley, where he died about five hours after the accident.
 
FARNEY
January 26, 19119, William Farney, of Granville, carpenter's assistant, age 43 years, married, was killed instantly by being struck with an empty pit car, at the St. Paul Coal Company's mine No. 1, Granville, Putnam county. On the day of the accident deceased was engaged in loading props into pit cars and sending them from the lower landing to the tower, from whence they were sent down into the mine. A cage, or elevator, operated by a small hoisting engine was used to take material used in the mine from the lower to the upper landing, a distance of about 35 feet. He had sent a loaded car up and was waiting for an empty car to be sent down. The man at the top landing either neglected to put up the "keeper" or "guard" that holds the car in position on the cage, or it became disarranged after starting, and when the cage was about six feet below the top landing the car ran off and fell on him, crushing him to the ground. He leaves a widow and three children.
 
FRANCONI
November 26, 193016, Peter Franconi, of Mark, miner, age 50 years, single, died from injuries received November 11, in Prairie State Coal Company's mine, by a fall of coal.
 
HYNDS
January 27, 193719, James Hynds, of Granville, miner, aged 66 years, married, struck by runaway car in mine of Prairie State Coal Co., leaving wife.
 
MARKEL
January 31, 19086, Joseph Markel, of Granville, driver, aged 22 years, single, was killed in an accident with a pit car, in the B. F. Berry Coal Company's mine.
 
MUZZARELLI
November 21, 193418, Dominic Muzzarelli, of Granville, miner, age 61 years, married, was killed by coming in contact with a bare spot in a power line which had fallen from a bracket that had broken the night before at the mine of the Prairie State Coal Co. He leaves a widow and one dependent child.
 
NANNI
September 6, 193217, James Nanni, of Mark, miner, age 20 years, single, was killed by a fall of coal in Prairie State Coal Company's mine.
 
OVEN
December 19, 192814, Louis Oven, of Granville, machine runner, age 31 years, single, was killed in LaSalle County Carbon Coal Company's mine No. 1 by a fall of coal.
 
SWERKOS
August 9, 192814, Joe Swerkos, of Standard, miner, age 53 years, married, was killed by a fall of coal in Illinois Zinc Company's mine. He leaves a widow and one child.
 
TAYLOR
April 21, 19097, John Taylor, Sr., of Standard, aged 50 years, married, employed as a miner at B. F. Berry Coal Company's mine, was killed by a fall of coal at working face. He leaves a widow and two children that are dependent and four that are married.
 

Putnam County, Illinois
Non-Fatal Casualties

July 1, 1923 - June 30, 1924 & July 1, 1925 - December 31, 1925
BAI, Raffal age 35 years, Married with 2 children; 3 dependents, of Granville
9 Jan 1924 - Back injured, falling rock - Time lost - 39 days
 
BALESTRI, Louis age 30 years, Single, of Granville
9 Oct 1923 - Back injured, lifting rock - Time lost - 63 days
 
BANUCCHI, August age 52 years, Married with 3 children; 4 dependents, of Granville
29 Sep 1923 - Arm injured, struck rail - Time lost - 32 days
 
BEAN, Walter age 30 years, Single, of Standard
25 Feb 1924 - Ruptured, lifting door - Time lost - 90 days
 
BERNADONI, Reggio age 33 years, Married with 3 children; 4 dependents, of Standard
29 Sep 1923 - Finger cut, falling coal - Time lost - 35 days
 
BERNARDONI, Adelmo age 32 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
16 Nov 1923 - Back injured, pushing car - Time lost - 32 days
 
BIANCHETTA, Frank age 46 years, Married with 2 children; 3 dependents, of Granville
3 Jan 1924 - Body injured, falling coal - Time lost - 56 days
 
BIAVATTI, George age 19 years, Single, of Granville
12 Dec 1923 - Ankle injured, falling coal - Time lost - 37 days
 
BLACK, Marion age 35 years, Married with 3 children; 4 dependents, of Granville
7 Aug 1923 - Back injured, lifting car - Time lost - 51 days
 
BORELLA, Peter age 57 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
11 Aug 1923 - Back injured, stepping off car - Time lost - 57 days
 
BORELLA, Peter age 40 years, Married with 4 children; 5 dependents, of Granville
3 Apr 1924 - Hand injured, falling rock - Time lost - 41 days
 
BOZZIE, Joseph age 37 years, Married with 3 children; 4 dependents, of Granville
25 Sep 1923 - Arm injured, falling prop - Time lost - 40 days
 
CALYEA, Joe age 18 years, Married, of Granville
7 Aug 1923 - Finger broken, falling slate - Time lost - 34 days
 
CALZEA, Ernest age 44 years, Married, of Granville
17 Oct 1923 - Leg injured, falling coal - Time lost - 48 days
 
CALZIA, Ernest age 45 years, Married, of Granville
12 Feb 1924 - Knee injured, falling coal - Time lost - 35 days
 
CARBANI, Angel age 58 years, Married, of Granville
12 Mar 1924 - Shoulder injured, shoveling coal - Time lost - 56 days
 
CARBONI, Guido, Married, of Granville
26 Mar 1924 - Leg injured, falling coal - Not returned to work
 
CARRADO, Bart age 46 years, Married with 2 children; 3 dependents, of Granville
10 Dec 1923 - Toe injured, falling rock - Time lost - 44 days
 
CAVATORI, Joe age 38 years, Married with 4 children; 4 dependents, of Standard
14 Oct 1923 - Leg broken, falling coal - Not returned to work
 
CHEAPELLE, G. age 39 years, Married with 6 children; 7 dependents, of Granville
7 Sep 1923 - Back injured, lifting coal - Time lost - 32 days
 
CHERILLI, Joe age 47 years, Married with 10 children; 11 dependents, of Granville
6 Feb 1924 - Knee injured, loading car - Time lost - 39 days
 
CHIRILLO, Joe age 34 years, Married with 86 children; 9 dependents, of Granville
16 Jul 1923 - Toe injured, falling coal - Time lost - 34 days
 
CIONI, Silvio age 36 years, Married with 5 children; 5 dependents, of Standard
22 Aug 1923 - Shoulder injured, falling rock - Time lost - 59 days
 
CREATO, Martin age 33 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
30 Jul 1923 - Back injured, holding car - Time lost - 34 days
 
DIANA, Alex age 58 years, Married with 4 children; 5 dependents, of Granville
9 Jul 1923 - Body injured, falling coal - Time lost - 31 days
 
DIDING, William age 19 years, Single, of Standard
5 Feb 1924 - Back injured, lifting car - Time lost - 30 days
 
DONALDSON, George, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
23 Aug 1923 - Ankle injured, pit car - Time lost - 73 days
 
ELLENA, Joe age 33 years, Married with 4 children; 5 dependents, of Granville
6 Mar 1924 - Finger cut, falling rock - Time lost - 59 days
 
ELLENA, Sam, of Granville
14 Aug 1923 - Foot injured, falling coal - Time lost - 33 days
 
FASSINO, Frank, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
1 Jan 1924 - Finger injured, falling coal - Time lost - 44 days
 
GHERARDINI, Joe, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
13 Sep 1923 - Leg injured, pit car - Time lost - 32 days
 
GREGGS, Stine, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
10 Oct 1923 - Foot injured, falling coal - Time lost - 39 days
 
HICKS, John age 45 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
18 Aug 1923 - Collarbone broken, slipped off car - Time lost - 43 days
 
HICKS, John age 46 years, Married with 6 children; 7 dependents, of Granville
7 Apr 1924 - Back injured, brushing rock - Time lost - 37 days
 
JOSEPHAITES, Peter age 38ears, Married with 5 children; 6 dependents, of Granville
6 Dec 1923 - Body injured, pushing car - Time lost - 97 days
 
LAGLARUDI, N., Married, of Granville
5 Oct 1923 - Leg injured, falling rock - Time lost - 30 days
 
LALI, John age 68 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
22 Dec 1923 - Body injured, falling rock - Time lost - 32 days
 
LAPUCH, John , Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
25 Sep 1923 - Rupture - Time lost - 70 days
 
LENZI, John age 49 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Standard
5 Nov 1923 - Finger cut, falling rock - Time lost - 41 days
 
MAGNANI, Vincent, Single, of Granville
20 Sep 1923 - Foot broken, falling rock - Time lost - 59 days
 
MALAVETTI, Charles age 25 years, Single, of Granville
30 Jul 1923 - Finger injured, falling coal - Time lost - 30 days
 
MARTENITUS, And age 37 years, Married with 4 children; 5 dependents, of Granville
14 Feb 1924 - Foot injured, falling rail - Time lost - 45 days
 
MASSINI, Alfonzo age 32 years, Single, of Granville
32 Nov 1923 - Leg injured, struck coal - Time lost - 30 days
 
MIGHRARINI, Ernest age 27 years, Single, of Granville
11 Mar 1924 - Collar bone broken, falling coal - Time lost - 96 days
 
MIGLIO, Joe age 28 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
2 Jul 1923 - Foot injured, tipple fell - Time lost - 31 days
 
NANCE, John age 20 years, Single, of Granville
11 Apr 1924 - Arm broken, pit cars - Time lost - 50 days
 
PEARSON, William age 55 years, Married with 4 children; 1 dependent, of Standard
15 Aug 1923 - Back injured, lifting timber - Time lost - 31 days
 
PIANI, Thomas age 18 years, Single, of Granville
30 Oct 1923 - Knee injured - Time lost - 30 days
 
PICCIOLI,Guiseppi, Married, of Granville
27 Mar 1924 - Shoulder injured, struck rock - Time lost - 30 days
 
PLOPLIS, William age 54 years, Married, of Granville
20 Dec 1923 - Arm injured, falling coal - Time lost - 32 days
 
POZZI, Joe age 24 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
25 Mar 1924 - Back injured, lifting car - Not returned to work
 
RASBIDAWSKY, Joe, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
11 Dec 1923 - Knee injured, falling coal - Time lost - 41 days
 
REALINI, Angelo age 37 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
30 Jan 1924 - Back injured, lifting coal - Time lost - 44 days
 
REDSHAW, Erwin age 26 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
16 Oct 1923 - Rupture - Time lost - 82 days
 
RICCI, Alfred age 30 years, Married, of Granville
30 Jul 1923 - Finger injured - Time lost - 42 days
 
RUBINI, John age 36 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
20 Aug 1923 - Leg injured, falling coal - Time lost - 34 days
 
RUCCI, Alphonso age 38 years, Married, of Granville
14 Sep 1923 - Finger injured, falling coal - Time lost - 44 days
 
RUELLE, Amil age 38 years, Married, of Granville
16 Feb 1924 - Shoulder injured - Time lost - 44 days
 
SCHLEINDER, John, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
17 Sep 1923 - Back injured, falling rock - Time lost - 50 days
 
SCHULTZ, Mike age 59 years, Married with 6 children; 3 dependents, of Standard
23 Jul 1923 - Leg injured, falling coal - Time lost - 35 days
 
SHATKUS, Joe age 49 years, Married, of Granville
8 Nov 1923 - Leg injured, falling rock - Time lost - 61 days
 
SILVERSTRINE, C. age 43 years, Married with 6 children; 7 dependents, of Granville
1 Jan 1924 - Foot injured, falling rock - Time lost - 48 days
 
STAMP, Frank age 56 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
7 Dec 1923 - Shoulder injured, falling rock - Time lost - 37 days
 
TALEANI, Lawrence age 32 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
20 Mar 1924 - Back injured, throwing rock - Time lost - 46 days
 
VACCO, Spiril age 55 years, Married with 10 children; 11 dependents, of Granville
2 Feb 1924 - Knee injured, loading car - Time lost - 39 days
 
VIANI, Frank age 36 years, Married with 3 children; 4 dependents, of Granville
1 Jan 1924 - Leg injured, falling coal - Time lost - 57 days
26 Mar 1924 - Foot injured, falling coal - Not returned to work
 
WALLIN, Edward age 29 years, Married with 1 child; 2 dependents, of Granville
5 Jan 1924 - Finger broken, barring down railway cars - Time lost - 71 days
 
ZIANO, George age 55 years, Married with 1 dependent, of Granville
8 Mar 1924 - Finger injured, struck building - Time lost - 47 days
 

 
Sources :
1 Coal Mines in Illinois, Putnam County
                Illinois State Geological Survey, 615 East Peabody Drive, Champaign, IL. 61820

2 Past and Present of Marshall and Putnam Counties Illinois
                By John Spencer Burt and W. E. Hawthorne; Chicago; The Pioneer Publishing Company; 1907

3 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

4 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

5 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

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

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

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

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

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

11 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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