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St. Clair County, Illinois
Featuring Coal Mining
      St. Clair County is a county located in the south central part of the state of Illinois.
           38.47° N, 89.93° W
As of 2006, the population was 260,919.
The county seat is Belleville, Illinois.
 
      St. Clair County has twenty-four townships:
            Belleville, Cahokia, Canteen, Caseyville, Centreville, Dupo, East St. Louis, Englemann, Freeburg, Lebanon, Lenzburg, Marissa, Mascoutah, Millstadt, New Athens, O'Fallon, Prairie Du Long, Shiloh Valley, Smithton, Saint Claire, Stites, Stookey, Sugar Loaf, Swansea
 
      Some of the cities, towns, villages, and communities are :
            Alorton, Belleville, Brooklyn, Cahokia, Caseyville, Centreville, Collinsville (partial), Dupo, East Carondelet, East St. Louis, Fairmont City, Fairview Heights, Fayetteville, Freeburg, Lebanon, Lenzburg, Marissa, Mascoutah, Millstadt, New Athens, O'Fallon, Sauget, Scott AFB, Shiloh, Smithton, St. Libory, Summerfield, Swansea, Washington Park
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Illustration of Coal Mines in Birkner Station and Dutch Hollow areas
 
St. Clair County, Illinois Coal Mines
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
 
Coal Companies that operated Multiple Coal Mines in St. Clair County, Illinois
St. Clair County, Illinois Coal Mine Fatalities       A - M             N - Z
 
Non-Fatal Casualties

 
Reference Sources (footnotes)

St. Clair County, Illinois
Coal Mines

Partial List
Coal Mines shown on the Illustration below

Birkner Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 6, SE SE NW
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 130 feet to 135 feet with an average coal seam of 6 feet to 7 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Birkner Coal Mine   Edward Avery & Company   prior to 1882 - 1883
Birkner Coal Mine   Dutch Hollow Coal Company   1883 - 1884
More about Dutch Hollow Coal Company
Birkner Coal Mine   Consolidated Coal Company of St. Louis   1884 - 1889
[Source - No. 39, Index 3496]
Last production was reported in 1884

Dutch Hollow Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 7, NW NW NE
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 120 feet to 142 feet with an average coal seam of 5½ feet to 7 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Dutch Hollow Coal Mine   Dutch Hollow Coal Company   1882 - 1886
More about Dutch Hollow Coal Company
Dutch Hollow Coal Mine   Consolidated Coal Company of St. Louis   1886 - 1895
[Source - No. 39, Index 3503]
Last production was reported in 1895

Excelsior Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 6, NW NE NW
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 110 feet to 120 feet with an average coal seam of 6 feet to 7 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Harris Coal Mine   Evan W. Harris   prior to 1882 - 1883
Excelsior Coal Mine   Welch Mining Company   1883 - 1886
More about : Welch Mining Company
[Source - No. 39, Index 4330]
Last production was reported in 1886

Hartman Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 22, NE SW NW
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 80 feet to 130 feet with an average coal seam of 6 feet to 6½ feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Brauch & Hessebaum   Brauch & Hessebaum   circa 1874
The 1874 Atlas of St. Clair County indicated this shaft was Brauch & Hessebaum.
 
Reinecke Coal Mine No. 1   Conrad Reinecke   prior to 1882 - 1886
More about Reinecke Coal Mine No. 1
Reinecke Coal Mine No. 1   Consolidated Coal Company of St. Louis   prior to 1886 - 1896
 
Hortsman Coal Mine   Hortsman & Brother   prior to 1882 - 1882
 
Bruggeman Coal Mine   Bruggeman   1882 - 1883
Bruggeman & Bloom Coal Mine   Bruggeman & Bloom   1883 - 1884
Bruggeman Coal Mine   F. J. Bruggeman   1884 - 1885
Bruggeman Coal Mines No. 1 & No. 2   Bruggeman   1885 - 1886
B & H Coal Mines No. 1 & No. 2   Bruggeman & Hortman   1885 - 1886
Bruggeman & Hortman Coal Mine No. 1
Bruggeman & Hortman Coal Mine No. 2
  Bruggeman & Hortman   1887 - 1889
Bruggeman & Hortman Coal Mine No. 3   Bruggeman & Hortman   1888 - 1889
Bruggeman Coal Mine   F. J. Bruggeman   1889 - 1894
Hartman Coal Mine No. 1   Charles Hartman   1889 - 1895
[Source - No. 39, Index 3596]
Last production was reported in 1895

Knecht Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 7, SE NE NW
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 120 feet to 140 feet with an average coal seam of 6 feet to 7 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Knecht Coal Mine   Daniel Knecht   prior to 1882 - 1885
Knecht Coal Mine   Devoy & Feuerborn   1885 - 1886
Knecht Coal Mine   Consolidated Coal Company of St. Louis   1886 - 1896
Knecht Coal Mine   Fred Sauer   1896 - 1897
Knecht Coal Mine   Consolidated Coal Company of St. Louis   1886 - 1896
Knecht Coal Mine   Idle   1897 - 1901
Knecht Coal Mine   M. Whitmore   1901 - 1902
Knecht Coal Mine   Consolidated Coal Company of St. Louis   1902 - 1903
[Source - No. 39, Index 3502]
Last production was reported March 21, 1903

Lenz Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 135 feet with an average coal seam of 6 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Lenz Coal Mine   Daniels & Marsh   1884 - 1885
Lenz Coal Mine   Marsh & Son   1885 - 1887
[Source - No. 39]
Last production was reported in 1887
More about Lenz Coal Mine
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The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 7, SE NE NW
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 125 feet to 140 feet with an average coal seam of 6 feet to 7 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Lenz Coal Mine   St. Clair Co-operative Mining & Supply Company   1883 - 1884
  IdleJuly 1884 - June 1885
Lenz Coal Mine   Consolidated Coal Company of St. Louis   1885 - 1887
[Source - No. 39, Index #3499]
Last production was reported in 1887

Little Oak Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 7 West, Section 18, NE NW SW
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 124 to 128 feet with a coal seam from 5 feet to 10 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Little Oak Coal Mine   Little Oak Coal Company   1904 - 1905
Southern Coal Mine No. 7   Southern Coal & Mining Company   1905 - 1912
Little Oak Coal Mine
Southern Coal Mine No. 7
  Southern Coal Coke & Mining Company   1912 - 1939
Little Oak Coal Mine   Little Oak Coal Company   1939 - 1940
Little Oak Coal Mine   St. Clair Southern Coal Company   1940 - 1943
Little Oak Coal Mine   Mascoutah Coal Company   1943 - 1945
Little Oak Coal Mine   Oak Coal Company   1945 - 1948
[Source - No. 39, Index 203]
Last production was reported in June 1948.

Oak Hill Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 18
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 180 feet to 205 feet with an average coal seam of 6 to 6½ feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Yock Coal Mine   Yock Coal & Mining Company   1889 - 1892
Oak Hill Coal Mine   Oak Hill Coal Company   1892 - 1905
Oak Hill Coal Mine
Southern Coal Mine No. 4
  Southern Coal & Mining Company   1905 - 1916
Oak Hill Coal Mine   Guest Coal Company   1916 - 1939
[Source - No. 39, Index 3522]
Last production was reported in 1939
 
1903 Annual Coal Report 13
Improvements
      The Oak Hill Coal Co., Belleville, St. Clair county, has rebuilt the top works at its mine.

Pollock Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 6, NE SE NW
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 125 feet with an average coal seam of 7 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Pollock Coal Mine   William Izatt   1883 - 1884
[Source - No. 39, Index 3498]
Last production was reported in 1884

St. Louis & O'Fallon Coal Mine No. 1
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 2 North, Range 8 West, Section 32, NW NW SE
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 127 feet with an average coal seam of 6.2 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
St. Louis & O'Fallon Coal Mine No. 1   St. Louis & O'Fallon Coal Company   1901 - 1928
  This mine was idle 1914 - 1916 & 1925
[Source - No. 39, Index 443]
Last production was reported in October 1928

St. Louis & O'Fallon Coal Mine No. 2
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 2 North, Range 8 West, Section 33, NW NW SE
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 193 feet to 212 feet with an average coal seam of 6½ feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
St. Louis & O'Fallon Coal Mine No. 2
Black Eagle Coal Mine
  St. Louis & O'Fallon Coal Company   1905 - 1954
[Source - No. 39, Index 416]
Last production was reported in June 1954
 
1904 Annual Coal Report 14
New Mines
      The St. Louis & O'Fallon Coal Company, Belleville. St. Clair county, is sinking a new shaft two miles east of its No. 1 mine, and four miles east of French Village. St. Clair county. The Western Anthracite Coal company has bought this property. This company own their own railroad, the St. Louis & O'Fallon, from the mines to East St. Louis.
 
1905 Annual Coal Report 15
New Mines
      The new mine of the St. Louis & 0"Fallen Coal Company, East St. Louis, St. Clair county, is a remarkably well equipped mine. The main shaft is 9 x 17 feet in the clear; the depth to the coal is 197 feet; the air shaft is 7 x 15 feet; the tipple is built of steel. The hoisting engine is 24 x2 6 inches and was made by the Litchfield Machine & Foundry Company, Litchfield, Ill.; the cable used is one and one-half inches in diameter. Self-dumping cages are installed, and mine cars with a capacity of three and one-half tons are used, all made by the Duncan Foundry Company, Alton, Ill. Two engines are directly connected with the shaker screens, with four tracks, thus enabling the loading of four cars at the same time: there are six boilers built in two batteries, with a capacity of 850-horse power. The company has also installed two stage Sullivan air compressors, each having a capacity to operate thirty mining machines.

Victor Coal Mine
The legal description lists this as :    St. Clair County - Township 1 North, Range 8 West, Section 6, NW NE NW
Underground Shaft Mine at a depth of 110 feet to 120 feet with an average coal seam of 6 feet in thickness.
Mine Name Operated By Years
Harris Coal Mine   Evan W. Harris   prior to 1882 - 1884
  IdleJuly 1883 - June 1884
Victor Coal Mine   Welch Mining Company   1884 - 1886
More about : Welch Mining Company
[Source - No. 39, Index 4331]
Last production was reported in 1886

Tumbnail photo of Sketch of 1880s Coal Mines in St. Clair County, Illinois Coal Mine Drawing
St. Clair County, Illinois - Birkner Station & Dutch Hollow area
Unknown Date estimate as mid-1880s
Sketch of 1880s Coal Mines in St. Clair County, Illinois
Courtesy of Karen (Reinhardt) Mason
The Reinecke Mine No. 1
More about Reinecke Coal Mine No. 1
Gen'l Office, 1700 Clark Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.
Conrad Reinecke, Prop, r., Belleville, Illinois
Supt. of Mine - Louis Feger
Hoisting Engineer - Fritz Shaefer
Compressor Engr. - Phillip Reitepmann
Blacksmith - Fritz Klenk
Helper - Victor Chatclaim
Car Piler - Benhart Fey
Slack Agent - Henry Murback
Watchman - Leonard Richardson
Top Man - John Stammer
Roadman - Henry Sattler
Helper - Joe Abes
- Drivers -
John Kempf
Henry Lenz
_?_er Bevird
Louis Leffie
_?_ - Ganter
- Machine Runners -
Vic. Ganter
John Scher
Martin Ardfocast
Wm. Pasch Fritz Keppe
John Hood
- Shovelers -
Martin Kamer
John Lauf
Rudolph Fraenzel
Tom Brown
A. McFadden
- Shooters -
John Duffner
Louis Egender
Henry Muckensturm
Gustave Gallerin
Antonne Muckensturm
- Loaders -
Jule Gaertner
Ben Kellner
Robert Buhl
Henry Allbrecht
John Leffie
Jacob Schattein
Chas. Zahnd
Geo. Zottman
David Lewis
Sam. Dorsey
Isadore Schmidt
Chas. Ludwig
Wm. Weil
Jule Andreden
Dan Issiera
John Schmidt
Wm. Wicking
Leona Obersinger
Wm. Oesterle
Joseph Shewele
Nicholas Bender
Moritz Schneider
John Graf
Fritz Kunlmann
August Graf
Alfred Ruth
Adolph Laher
The Dutch Hollow Mine
More about Dutch Hollow Mine
Dutch Hollow C & M Co., Prop'rs
Gen'l Office
1720 Clark Ave., St. Louis
Supt. of Mine - Edward Avery
Engineer - John Siddal
Dumper - Thos. Cholton
Check Weighman - J. Schneider, Jr.
Mule Driver - James Kinchorn
- Miners -
Richard Johnson
Thos. Cholton
Wm. Avery & Son
Edward Avery
John Taggert & Son, Patrick
Geo. Langston
Fred Mowe
Wm. Muller
Wm. Maddock & Son
Anderson Admason
John Driver
Joseph Driver, Jr.
Joseph Driver, Sr. & Sons, Wm. & David
John Schneider
Knecht's Mine
More about Knecht's Mine
Leased by Messers.
Edward L. Devoy & Edward Feurrborn
Genl. Office, 720 Pine St., St. L.
Henry Lister - Supt. of Mine
James H. Lister - Machine Boss
Engineer - Benn Pitts
Fireman - Thos. Hickman
Blacksmith - August Kiswoun
Dumpman - Adam Elge
Car Piler - Thos. Wilson
Road Layer - Patrick Gaffney
- Machine Runners -
John Spear
Peter Prister
Martin O'Donald
- Shovelers -
Bernard Geisman
James Going
Henry Hoppe
- Drivers -
Joseph Lutz
Isaac Rowlet
Frank Rowlet
Joseph Pitts
Trapper - Wm. Wild
- Blasters & Loaders -
Herbert Wood and Son, Bill
John Jos. Conway
Wm. Bradbury
Geo. Day
John Scherer
Chas. Kracow
Michael Bacsheaser
Caspar Ca_ _ _
John Sha _ _ _
Victor B _ _ _
Chas. Ann _ _ _
Chris Berstein
Mat _ e _ en
John Chadderton
James Chadderton
James Wild
Chris Driver
Gottlieb Brauer
Jowath Huphwood
McDermatt & Son, Geo. McDermatt
Jos. Robert
Henry Goady
The Lenz Mine
More about Lenz Mine
Aug. Lenz, Pr.
Leased by Messrs. Sam Daniels - Dan'l Marsh
Supt of Mine - Sam'l Daniels
Engineer - James Daniels
Top Man - Daniel Marsh
Car Piler - Geo. Hippard
Driver - Stephen Marsh
- Miners -
Thos. Glovers
Thos. Glovers
Richard Glovers
Wm. Guess
Stephen Guess
Joseph Guess
Enoch Guess
Frank Guess
Phillip Hicken
Eli Lawton
Joe Lawton
Chas. Bradbury
Saml. Bradbury
Andrew Kirkwood
Martin Kirkwood
Isaac Botts
James Rowney
Enoch Travis
John Bees
Fred Bees
The Birkner Mine
More about Birkner Mine
Birkner C & M Co. ; Henry Miller, Art. Bismarck, Sr.
Supt. of Mine - Joseph Randle
Engineer - Asmer Allen
Top Man - James Grieves
Check Weighman - Marcellus Clous
- Drivers -
James Grieves
John Enwin
- Miners -
John Wilson
James Wilson
David Wilson
Geo. Kinghorn
Wm. England
Edward England
Joseph England
Martin O'Mallet
John Henderson
Wm. England, Sr.
Simeon Lully
John Smith
Thos. Grieves
Edward Randle
Jas. Morton
Dan Whittle
David Richards
Wm. Kinghorn
John Kinghorn
The Victor Mine
See : Welch Mining Company
Leased by E. W. Harris. Nos. Bridge, E. Tramee, St. Louis
Supt. of Mine - E. W. Harris
Dumper - H. Worms
Check Weighman - Wm Boshner
Driver - Phil. Miller
- Miners -
Wm. Cooper
John Turner
Wm. Llewellyn
David Devine
Alex. Martin
John Ernst
Wm. Buckley
Jos. King
Wm. Pearson, Sr.
Wm. Pearson, Jr.
Jos. Pearson
Fred Mayers
Wm. Mayers, Sr.
Wm. Mayers, Jr.
Thos. Mayers
Daniel Driskell
John Sandiferd
A. Boatman
Marshall R. Mordon
Henry Woodward
The Excelsior Mine
See : Welch Mining Company
E. W. Harris, Propr.
Nos. Bridge N.T.
St. Louis
Supt - E. W. Harris
 
rest of list is illegible
The above drawing shows "Polly Jack Mine" - - - This may be the Pollock Coal Mine

Reinecke Mine No. 1
The Reinecke Coal Mine No. 1, owned by Conrad Reinecke was in operation prior to 1882 until 1886.
           See : Hartman Coal Mine
 
1884 Annual Coal Report 74
Conrad Reinecke, Mine No. 1.
      This mine is at Birkner Station. It is a machine mine, having eight Harrison machines in operation, and giving employment to 50 men underground, who are paid by the day. The machine men are paid 4 cents per lineal foot on the face of the coal, the cut being 4 feet deep, and they average $2.80 a day. Shovelers and loaders receive $1.75 per day -- the day's work being 24 cars, containing 18 bushels each. Blasters receive $2.25 a day, the powder being furnished by the company. The air is split into two currents, showing 3,560 and 3,165 cubic feet per minute, respectively. A fan has been erected to superceed the furnace so as to permit of ladders in the air shaft for escape of the men.

Birkner Coal Mine
Dutch Hollow Mine
The Dutch Hollow Coal Mine was operated by the Dutch Hollow Coal Company from 1882 until 1885.
           See : Dutch Hollow Coal Mine
 
The Birkner Coal Mine was operated by Edward Avery & Company prior to1882 until 1883 and by the Dutch Hollow Coal Company from 1883 until 1884.
 
1884 Annual Coal Report 74
The Dutch Hollow Mine.
      This and the Birkner Coal Co.'s mine are owned and worked by coal miners for their own benefit. They are both single-entry mines, like most of the mines about here. The Dutch Hollow Mine gives employment to 24 miners, and is connected underground with the Pollock mine adjoining. There are about 15 mines at work, and the amount of air in circulation measures twice as much as that in the former place.
      Edward Avery, President.
 
The Pollock Mine.
      This another Birkner mine, employing about 10 miners, and connected with two adjoining mines underground. The works were closed at the time of the inspector's visit, and had been for several days.
 
The Pollock Coal Mine was operated by William Izatt from 1883 until 1884
           See : Pollock Coal Mine

Knecht Coal Mine
Knecht's Coal Mine owned by Daniel Knecht prior to 1882 - 1885
and was operated by Devoy & Feuerborn from 1885 - 1886
           See : Knecht Coal Mine
 
1884 Annual Coal Report 74
Knecht & Son.
      This is a St. Louis firm operating a mine at Birkner, with five Harrison machines, when working up to their capacity. With four machines they employ a force of 38 men as follows: Four machine men at $2.80 per day, 4 shovelers at $1.75, 6 blasters at $2.25, and 24 loaders at $1.75. The day's work is measured by the number of boxes or pit cars filled, which at this place must be 24, containing an average of 20 bushels each. The average daily product is 266 tons. The mine is in good condition, and connection is made with mine adjoining to furnish facilities for escape. The sir is distributed in two splits, with a total volume of 3,412 cubic feet.
      This firm is distinguished as the only one in the district which offered any discourtesy to the inspector, and that emanated from their office in St. Louis, not from the gentlemen at the mines.
      Harry Lester, Superintendent.

Lenz Coal Mine
Lenz Coal Mine operated by Daniels & Marsh from 1884 until 1885 and by Marsh & Son from 1885 until 1887
           See : Lenz Coal Mine

Welch Mining Company
The Welch Mining Co.
      Mr. E. W. Harris, of St. Louis, has the management of two mines of the above company located at Birkner -- The Victor and Excelsior. The former has been idle for some time, and will only be reopened upon revival of trade. There were about 20 miners employed at the Excelsior at the time of my visit. There was no current of air at the time, but a new air course was being pushed forward with a view to securing shorter and better passage. Mr. Harris also contemplated introducing 4 of the Yock mining machines. He makes the statement that he can produce coal cheaper by hand-labor, but owing to the nature of the coal, the machine mining turns it out in better shape for the market. It is the custom with miners to blast it "off the solid" without undermining, which breaks it up too much. He has already had two machines in his place and stated that the cost of operating the compressor is greater than the usual estimates.
           See : Excelsior Coal Mine
           See : Victor Coal Mine

Sources :
1 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

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

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

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

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

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

10 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

11 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

12 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

13 Twenty-second Annual Coal Report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1903,
                also the Fifth Annual Report of the Illinois Free Employment Offices, for the Year Ended
                October 1, 1903, David Ross, Secretary; Springfield,
                Springfield, ILL.; Phillips Bros., State Printers, 1904

14 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

15 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

16 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

17 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

39 Coal Mines in Illinois, St. Clair County
                Illinois State Geological Survey, 615 East Peabody Drive, Champaign, IL. 61820

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

53Sixty First Coal Report of Illinois, 1942
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

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

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

56Sixty Fourth Coal Report of Illinois, 1945
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

67 Eighty-Seventh Coal Report of Illinois, 1968
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

68 Ninetieth Coal Report of Illinois, 1971
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

69 Ninety-first Coal Report of Illinois, 1972
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

70 Ninety-second Coal Report of Illinois, 1973
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

71 Ninety-Third Coal Report of Illinois, 1974
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

72 Ninety-Fourth Coal Report of Illinois, 1974
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

73 Ninety-sixth Coal Report of Illinois, 1977
                Department of Mines and Minerals -- Printed by authority of the State of Illinois

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


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