1914 Annual Report (years 1903 through 1920) of the Department of Mines of Pennsylvania - Anthracite Part I Library Call No. TN805.04 A29, page 200
1914apr25, Wassil Lukian, nationality Lithuanian, occupation laborer, age 33, married, survived by a widow and 4 orphans, Taylor colliery, Lackawanna county, Killed by fall of roof in chamber
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Pennsylvania State Archives Record Group RG-45
Records Of The DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES
Office of the Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries
Pennsylvania Registers of Mine Accidents, Anthracite, 1899-1972 . (7 microfilm rolls)
Card No./ Mine Name / Operator / Year / Month / Day / Surname / First and Middle Name / Age / Fatal, Nonfatal / Inside, Outside / Occupation / Nationality or Country of Birth / Citizen, Alien / Single, Married / Widower / No. Children under 16 years (under 18 years 1959 & later) / Years of experience in mines / Years experience in occupation engaged when injured (ir = irregular) / Accident Cause or Remarks (d. = died) / Fault or Responsibility: Officials, Official & Victim, Victim (carelessness on the part of the injured), Miner, Others (carelessness on the part of others), Equipment, Unavoidable, Accidental / County / Page No. / Mining District / Pennsylvania State Archives Film No. / Anthracite, Bituminous
17 Taylor 1914 4 25 Lukian Wassel 38 fatal inside laborer Lithuanian alien married 4 fall of roof at face unavoidable 17 5th 6028 anthracitehttp://www.portal.health.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/commun...
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