This image from Schuylkill County is among the new additions to the Wynning History image collection.
This dispatch from the 1902 Coal Strike eloquently describes the battle lines as the strike entered its pivotal fifth month.
Rev. John Hensyl spoke to a packed crowd in Shenandoah's Presbyterian Church about poverty on Thanksgiving Day 1902.
Irvin Schwartz looked forward to 1944 as being the year that he hoped would see the end of World War II.
Pottsville photograph A.M. Allen made a trip to northern Schuylkill County to capture an image of the Shenandoah City Colliery.
The photograph by Michael Dockweiler shows the Schuylkill County mining community as it appeared in the late 19th century.
In early October 1918, pandemic influenza descended on Schuylkill County and left thousands dead.
An 1873 letter in the Boston Globe exhibits many signs of a Molly Maguire conspiracy theory in the Coal Region.
A newspaper correspondent gives a history of the mining industry in northern Schuylkill County.
In April 1870, a widespread outbreak of violence across Schuylkill County shocked residents