On December 18, 1869, six people were killed when a mine cave-in swallowed their homes in Luzerne County.
A Coal and Iron Police agent arrested a Hazleton resident under murky circumstances in September 1872
In 1944, a clothing drive held in Hazleton gathered clothes to help war refugees in Italy.
The leader of the United Mine Workers of America addressed the miners of the Coal Region on May 10, 1902.
"Anthracite rallies" encouraged miners to produce more coal to help the American war effort in 1942.
On March 17, 1899, the citizens of Hazleton poured into the streets to celebrate Irish heritage.
A reporter for the Hazleton Plain Speaker interview bootleggers to get a scoop on the booze situation in 1926.
As the Cold War heated up in the winter of 1951, the citizens of Hazleton, Pennsylvania had a radical idea to save themselves from nuclear war.