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Eckley Miners Village

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Now a museum, the Eckley Miners' Village in eastern Pennsylvania is an anthracite coal mining patch town located near Hazleton, Pennsylvania. The site (both indoor and outdoor) includes: the Immaculate Conception Church (1861), three "slate pickers houses" (1854), larger laborers' dwellings (1854), St. James Episcopal Church (1859), mine boss' houses (1860), the doctor's office (1874), and the Sharpe House (1861). This coal mining town frozen in time has tours daily.

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