Black Diamonds, Experience PA's Anthracite Mining Heritage
 
Monuments
Anthracite Miner Monument Henry Clay Monument
Anthracite coal miner bronze statue is centerpiece for the mall. Schuylkill Mall, Interstate 81 at Exit 36, Frackville. Erected in 1855 after Senator Clay's death. Popularity as a trade protectionist won him praise of anthracite industrialists. South Centre Street, Pottsville.
Coal Miner Statue Ginder Monument
Miner's Monument Coal miner with safety lamp depicted in larger than life size. Intersection of Routes 901 and 209 south of Minersville.
Ludlow Park, Summit Hill erected in 1941 east of the old abandoned Sharp Mountain quarry. In 1991 the Pennsylvania Historical Museum Commission dedicated it as a historic marker.
Huber Coal Breaker Miner's Monument
Original breaker that is a monument to the region's robust past and readily visible from I-81 and Route 309 in Ashley. A unique depiction of the Wyoming Valley miner along with a strikingly large piece of anthracite. Located at intersection of Main St. and Kennedy Boulevard, Pittston.
John Mitchell (1870-1919) Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Miners Memorial
As a United Mine Workers president, he organized the miners into a unified force that altered the anthracite industry and solidified the labor movement. Buried at Cathedral Cemetery, Scranton. Marker at Courthouse Square, Scranton. A superb and moving tribute to the miners who toiled in the anthracite field. It includes a collage of scenes. Located at S. Main St., Forest City.
Pennsylvania Anthracite Miners Memorial Anthracite Miners Memorial
Erected in 1997 and dedicated to Pennsylvania's anthracite miners. Sculpted relief depicting mine-era scenes. Washington and Main Streets, Shenandoah.