Location: Plymouth, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
Surnames/tags: Mine Disasters Pennsylvania Disasters
Contact: United States Mining Disasters
History and Circumstances
- Date: 6 September 1869
- Location: Plymouth, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
- Victims: 110 killed
- Cause: Fire
Results and Findings
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