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Osage Coal and Mining Company The Encyclopedia of

The Osage Company, together with the Atoka Coal and Mining Company, both original subsidiaries of the Missouri Pacific Railroad, paid around $2 million in royalties from 1872 until 1897. The Osage Coal and Mining Company operated in Missouri and Kansas as well as in Indian Territory. In 1875 the company

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"Osage Coal and Mining Company briefs, 1896"

The Osage Coal and Mining Company was established in 1872 after the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Railroad reached the locality of McAlester, Oklahoma. It was the first commercial mining companyin Indian Territory (Oklahoma) in both the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations. Coleman Cole, Principa lChief of the Choctaw Nation, tried to stop the Osage

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Osage Coal And Mining Company Oklahoma City OK

1382050. Contact Us About The Company Profile For Osage Coal And Mining Company. OSAGE COAL AND MINING COMPANY. OKLAHOMA FOREIGN FOR-PROFIT BUSINESS CORPORATION. WRITE REVIEW. Address: 1219 West 22nd Street. Oklahoma City, OK 73106.

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OSAGE COAL & MINING CO. v. MIOZRANY. :: 1914 ::

¶1 On August 15, 1911, Mary Miozrany, defendant in error, in the superior court of Oklahoma county, sued the Osage Coal & Mining Company in damages resulting in the death of Jacob, her husband. On March 5, 1912, defendant answered, in effect a general denial, a plea to the jurisdiction, contributory negligence, and assumption of risk.

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Osage

2008-6-27  The Osage Carbon Com-pany succeeded The Osage Carbon, Coal and Mining Company, which was the first to open shafts in Osage City. In 1964, Burlingame’s Bell Mine No. 4 was the last coal mine shaft in the state that closed. At the site south of Burlingame were both deep and surface mines. At first, Osage County had a small advantage in coal

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#244 Carbon Coal & Mining Co; Osage Carbon Co State

#244 Carbon Coal & Mining Co; Osage Carbon Co. Creator: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company Date: 1881 Level of Description: File unit Material Type: Call Number: Manuscripts Collection 789, Box 252 Unit ID: 85210 Space Required/Quantity: size: 0.5 Title (Main title): #244 Carbon Coal & Mining Co; Osage Carbon Co Part of: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company records.

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Osage Coal and Coke Mine #11 Memorial Krebs, OK

2014-10-3  The Osage Coal & Mining Company's No. 11 mine was notorious for its poor conditions. This led to a high turnover of workers, and the company routinely hired unskilled labor, providing little in the way of training to get them up to speed. This was true for even the most dangerous jobs, like handling explosives and munitions.

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Payday, coal mining town, Osage, West Virginia Library

Payday, coal mining town, Osage, West Virginia Contributor Names Wolcott, Marion Post, 1910-1990, photographer Created / Published 1938 Sept. Contributor: Rand McNally and Company

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Mine No. 11 Explosion Krebs, Oklahoma

2021-9-27  As has already been telegraphed, the miners were preparing to leave shaft No. 11 at Krebs, 5 miles from here, operated by the Osage Coal & Mining Company, shortly after 5 o'clock Friday evening, a terrific explosion occurred spreading death

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Osage, WV Explosion Tears Through Coal Mine, May 1942

2021-9-8  Osage, W. Va., May 12. -- (AP) -- A disastrous explosion tore through the heart of a northern West Virginia coal mine Tuesday with an apparent loss of at least 53 lives. Rescue crews at midnight had recovered three bodies, discovered 11 more and announced there was scant hope that 39 trapped men could still be living.

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OSAGE COAL & MINING CO. v. MIOZRANY. :: 1914 ::

¶1 On August 15, 1911, Mary Miozrany, defendant in error, in the superior court of Oklahoma county, sued the Osage Coal & Mining Company in damages resulting in the death of Jacob, her husband. On March 5, 1912, defendant answered, in effect a general denial, a plea to the jurisdiction, contributory negligence, and assumption of risk.

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Coal The Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture

The Osage Coal and Mining Company developed mines at Krebs and McAlester. The company sold its product to the Katy and had a virtual monopoly on commercial coal mining in Indian Territory until 1881. The second major producer during the 1880s was the Atoka Coal and Mining Company

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Osage Coal and Coke Mine #11 Memorial Krebs, OK

2014-10-3  The Osage Coal & Mining Company's No. 11 mine was notorious for its poor conditions. This led to a high turnover of workers, and the company routinely hired unskilled labor, providing little in the way of training to get them up to speed. This was true for even the most dangerous jobs, like handling explosives and munitions.

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Oklahoma Miner (Krebs, Okla.) The Gateway to

The Osage Coal and Mining Company is most remembered for the Krebs Number Eleven mine explosion in 1892. Approximately 100 miners were killed and another 200 injured. Between 1885 and 1934 at least 144 mining deaths occurred in the course of Osage operations. Oklahoma’s coal

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Payday, coal mining town, Osage, West Virginia Library

Payday, coal mining town, Osage, West Virginia Contributor Names Wolcott, Marion Post, 1910-1990, photographer Created / Published 1938 Sept. Contributor: Rand McNally and Company

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Missouri Coal Mining ulang.in

Osage Coal And Mining Company The Encyclopedia Of. The Osage Company together with the Atoka Coal and Mining Company both original subsidiaries of the Missouri Pacific Railroad paid around two million dollars in royalties from 1872 until 1897 The Osage Coal and Mining Company operated in Missouri and Kansas as well as in Indian Territory. Get Price

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RootsWeb

2004-7-17  The Osage Coal and Mining Company became the first commercial mining company in Indian Territory and continued a large operation into the twentieth century. In 1872 Joshua Pulsey leased a mine three miles east of the original town of McAlester to the Osage Company. This created legal turmoil for the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations.

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Coal mining GeoKansas

Strip mining became the preferred method in southeastern Kansas in the 1930s, although underground mining continued there until 1960 and in Osage County until 1964. During strip mining operations, overlying soil and rock, called overburden, is stripped away using power shovels to expose coal

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DEVELOPMENT OF COAL MINING IN OKLAHOMA

2015-1-3  The Osage Coal and Mining Company developed mines at Krebs and McAlester. The company sold its product to the Katy and had a virtual monopoly on commercial coal mining in Indian Territory until 1881.4 The second major producer during the 1880s was the Atoka Coal and Mining Company (AC&MC). Also

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Coal mines and mining -- Oklahoma The University of

Milby and Dow Coal and Mining Company (Dow, Okla.) 2 Murray, William H. (William Henry), 1869-1956 2 Osage Coal and Mining Company (Okla.) 2 Southwestern Coal Operators' Association 2 United Mine Workers of America 2 United States. Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes 2 Wheatley, Thomas W. 2

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OSAGE COAL & MINING CO. v. MIOZRANY. :: 1914 ::

¶1 On August 15, 1911, Mary Miozrany, defendant in error, in the superior court of Oklahoma county, sued the Osage Coal & Mining Company in damages resulting in the death of Jacob, her husband. On March 5, 1912, defendant answered, in effect a general denial, a plea to the jurisdiction, contributory negligence, and assumption of risk.

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Osage Coal and Coke Mine #11 Memorial Krebs, OK

2014-10-3  The Osage Coal & Mining Company's No. 11 mine was notorious for its poor conditions. This led to a high turnover of workers, and the company routinely hired unskilled labor, providing little in the way of training to get them up to speed. This was true for even the most dangerous jobs, like handling explosives and munitions.

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Oklahoma Miner (Krebs, Okla.) The Gateway to

The Osage Coal and Mining Company is most remembered for the Krebs Number Eleven mine explosion in 1892. Approximately 100 miners were killed and another 200 injured. Between 1885 and 1934 at least 144 mining deaths occurred in the course of Osage operations. Oklahoma’s coal

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- THE OSAGE CARBON COMPANY Scott Winslow

The Osage Carbon Company was the successor to The Osage Carbon, Coal and Mining Company, the first mining company to open a shaft in coal rich Osage City, Kansas. Employing six hundred men, The Osage Carbon Company mined an average of 750 tons of coal a day. Products.

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About The Oklahoma miner. [volume] (Krebs, Okla.) 1912

2021-9-8  The Osage Coal and Mining Company is most remembered for the Krebs Number Eleven mine explosion in 1892. Approximately 100 miners were killed and another 200 injured. Between 1885 and 1934, at least 144 mining deaths occurred in the course of Osage operations. Oklahoma's coal industry prospered until the 1920s.

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DEVELOPMENT OF COAL MINING IN OKLAHOMA

2015-1-3  The Osage Coal and Mining Company developed mines at Krebs and McAlester. The company sold its product to the Katy and had a virtual monopoly on commercial coal mining in Indian Territory until 1881.4 The second major producer during the 1880s was the Atoka Coal and Mining Company (AC&MC). Also

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Coal mines and mining -- Oklahoma The University of

Milby and Dow Coal and Mining Company (Dow, Okla.) 2 Murray, William H. (William Henry), 1869-1956 2 Osage Coal and Mining Company (Okla.) 2 Southwestern Coal Operators' Association 2 United Mine Workers of America 2 United States. Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes 2 Wheatley, Thomas W. 2

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The Osage County Herald-Chronicle 9 OSAGE CITY

2009-7-30  the Carbon Coal and Mining Company, which held exten-sive mining leases around and under Osage City. In 1873 Dodds went bankrupt. Despite this setback, Dodds managed to attract many business and railroad inter-ests to the City. For these ef-forts, Dodds achieved dis-tinction as The Father of Osage City. Mining spread quick-ly across, and over

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CITY OF OSAGE CITY

Coal and Mining Company’s Addition to the City of Osage City, Osage County, Kansas, as unanimously recommended by Planning and Zoning Committee following the Public Hearing held April 21, 2021: City Manager Rod Willis gave some background for Vacating Water Street in the past.

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Christopher No. 3 Mine Explosion

2021-9-27  May 14, 1942. Osage, May 13 -- (AP) -- Four more bodies were carried out of the Christopher Coal Company's No. 3 mine late tonight by rescue workers, bringing to 45 the total removed from the operation rocked by an explosion yesterday afternoon. Eleven other victims were still buried under the heavy falls in the center of the blast area, and

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