"The Molly Maguires," (1969) originally published in 1876 by Eveland & Harris of Tamaqua, Pa was republished in 1969 by Kelly Printing Co. of St. Claire, Pa, during a renewed interest in the Molly Maguires. The book now includes excerpts of the report of the case of the Commonwealth vs. John Kehoe, et al, who was sentenced to be hanged in 1877 for his involvement in the Molly Maguire murders of coal miners.

"The Molly Maguires," (1969) originally published in 1876 by Eveland & Harris of Tamaqua, Pa was republished in 1969 by Kelly Printing Co. of St. Claire, Pa, during a renewed interest in the Molly Maguires. The book now includes excerpts of the report of the case of the Commonwealth vs. John Kehoe, et al, who was sentenced to be hanged in 1877 for his involvement in the Molly Maguire murders of coal miners.

On June 22, 1877, the largest mass execution in PA history took place as ten alleged "Molly Maguires" were hanged in two PA locations, Mauch Chunk and Pottsville. The Molly Maguires were purported to be an Irish-American secret organization with labor union roots, which sought violent retribution primarily against the coal and railroad industries.]

On June 22, 1877, the largest mass execution in PA history took place as ten alleged "Molly Maguires" were hanged in two PA locations, Mauch Chunk and Pottsville. The Molly Maguires were purported to be an Irish-American secret organization with labor union roots, which sought violent retribution primarily against the coal and railroad industries.]

A "coffin notice", allegedly posted by Molly Maguires in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. It was presented by Franklin B. Gowen, along with other similar coffin notices, as evidence in an 1876 murder trial.

A "coffin notice", allegedly posted by Molly Maguires in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. It was presented by Franklin B. Gowen, along with other similar coffin notices, as evidence in an 1876 murder trial.

The Mauch Chunk prison where several of the supposed Molly Maguires were hung. There's still a handprint on the wall of one cell -- I've seen it -- where Alexander Campbell proclaimed his innocence. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Campbell_%28suspected_Molly_Maguire%29

The Mauch Chunk prison where several of the supposed Molly Maguires were hung. There's still a handprint on the wall of one cell -- I've seen it -- where Alexander Campbell proclaimed his innocence. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Campbell_%28suspected_Molly_Maguire%29

The Molly Maguires is a 1970 American film based on a 1969 novel by Arthur H. Lewis that was directed by Martin Ritt. It stars Richard Harris and Sean Connery.

The Molly Maguires is a 1970 American film based on a 1969 novel by Arthur H. Lewis that was directed by Martin Ritt. It stars Richard Harris and Sean Connery.

Who were the Molly Maguires? - Ask History

Who were the Molly Maguires? - Ask History

The Molly Maguires (1970), coal mines of 1876 Pennsylvania. A secret group of Irish emigrant miners, known as the Molly Maguires, fights against the cruelty of the mining company

The Molly Maguires (1970), coal mines of 1876 Pennsylvania. A secret group of Irish emigrant miners, known as the Molly Maguires, fights against the cruelty of the mining company

Genealogical Gems: On This Day: Molly Maguires make the news

Genealogical Gems: On This Day: Molly Maguires make the news

Molly Maguire's Irish Restaurant & Pub in Phoenixville, PA

Molly Maguire's Irish Restaurant & Pub in Phoenixville, PA

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