Energy Related Publications

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A Culture of Reuse (PDF) by Milford Wayne Donaldson, FAIA (originally appeared in Preservation Matters: The Newsletter of the California Office of Historic Preservation. Volume 2 Issue 2. Spring 2009 (PDF).)

Harnessing the Power of the Wind: A Contemporary use for a Historic Energy Source (PDF). Kenneth C. Wolensky with photography by Don Giles. Pennsylvania Heritage. Fall 2009. 6-15.

Pennsylvania Heritage magazine articles about anthracite. All documents are Adobe PDF files.

A Walk Through the Rise and Fall of Anthracite Might by Fred J. Lauver

Concrete City: Garden Village of the Anthracite Region by Robert A. Janosov

Disaster- or Murder?- in the Mines by Robert P. Wolensky and Kenneth C. Wolensky

A Jewel in the Crown of Old King Coal: Eckley Miners' Village by Tony Wesolowky

Life After the Mines Closed by Thomas Dublin

The Molly Macguires: Fighting For Justice by William C. Kashatus

"The UMWA Wins Americas Approval: John Mitchell and the Anthracite Strike of 1902" by William C. Kashatus

"Who Are These Anthraciate People: Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum" by Valerie A. Zehl

Visit Pennsylvania's Governor's Green Goverment Council Publications page for pamphlets and videos.

Visit Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission's Consumer Publication page for a variety of pamphlets and web sites to learn more about energy use.

Visit the U.S. Depart of Energy's Energy Savers: Tips on Saving Energy & Money at Home. Available on the web or in PDF format for download.

Learn how your school district can go green with our booklet "Renovate or Replace". Available online on our School Preservation Web site.

View the opening of the Shippingport facility. September 6, 1954. (Quicktime .mov, 161 MB)

Tour of Shippingport. Video from the Prelinger Archives. Also see part II at http://www.archive.org/details/AtomicPo1958_2



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