Ravensdale Mine Disaster 1915

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Date: 16 Nov 1915
Location: Ravensdale, King County, Washingtonmap
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History and Circumstances

  • Date: 16 Nov 1915
  • Location: Ravensdale, Washington
  • Victims: 31 deaths, # injuries
  • Cause: Explosion (Coal mine)

Mine History

Mine Disaster Circumstances

Results and Findings

In Memoriam

See the category for a list of the men that died, or were injured, in the coal mine explosion.

Men That Died

Name Sourced Bio Connected Category
John Arno, Miner
Joe Baldacci, Miner
John B. Castagnia, Laborer
Charles Davis, Pumpman
P. J. Dowd, Shot firer
John Errington, Lumberman
Joe Galob, Miner
Noel Goodman, Laborer
Thomas J. Kane, Mine foreman
Joseph Krajnoc, Motorman
Charles Martini, Cager
Thomas Mashiokoski, Laborer
Romeo Medaine, Miner
John Miller, Miner
Louis Minaglia, Laborer
Edris Morgan, Track Layer
Angelo Morris, Miner
Jack Muncie, Haulage Boss
Dominick Novarra,
President of the local miner's union
Emil Pawallek, Miner
Louis Pazziol, Miner
M. Pennachi, Laborer
John Pesta, Laborer
Howard Salter, Laborer
Thomas Speck, Motorman
Jack Storey, Miner
Lorenzo Tasamantino, Cager
John Testa, Laborer
L. .Thibaut, Miner
Frank Wegher, Miner
Joe Zgonc, Miner

Men That Were Injured


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