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Welcome to the Saint Clair Community and Historical Society Web Site

Cover Page of AROUND  SAINT CLAIR (click to enlarge)  Now Available 

 

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Saint Clair Community & Historical Society

 

Welcome to Saint Clair, take your time and explore all the many pictures and memories of Saint Clair.  Check back often and if you get a chance, please stop by to visit us.  We welcome all visitors

SCCHS items for Sale

NEW email address       

SCCHS building:  Phone:  570-624-6571

Special thanks to Ed and Carol Quirin for this building for our Historical Society Center and the use of St. Boniface Church for special events.

Coal Mining, Transportation & History

Churches & Education

Military & Emergency Services

Shops, People, Old Newspaper Articles & Industries

Centennial & Sesquicentennial

Organizations,  Sports and Taverns

Photos, Photos & More Photos

SCCH's Upcoming Trips and Events

Application for Membership

Newsletters

Interactive Area

Schuylkill USGenWeb Archives

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We are looking for any items, pictures from the Saint Clair area.   Due to our limited space, we cannot accept items that are not directly related to Saint Clair.

We are looking for any pictures of the Armory on Third and Carroll Street and the White Bridge which was at the end of Mill and Nichols Streets, crossing where St. Casmir's church is located.

 

SCCHS items for Sale

Other Schuylkill County Links of Interest

Schuylkill County Historical Society

Schuylkill County Council for the Arts

Schuylkill County PAGenWeb

The Anthracite Movie  Trailer of 2006 Release

Schuylkill County Emergency Management

WALK Saint Clair  

Schuylkill Online Scanner

 

 

 

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Pictures from the building during the 2007 Tour of the Churches

Pictures from our 2006 tour of Petersburg, Virginia, location of the Battle of the Crater.  At this battle, miners from Saint Clair and the Schuylkill County area dug a tunnel under the Confederates and loaded it with dynamite.  The highly-inventive plan would have been a success if not for the officers in charge making decisions on who would be the first troop into the battle.


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Views of our Grand Opening Weekend, May 24, 25, 26, 2008

 

If you find any errors on any of these pages, or wish to add any information, please email me with the page with the error and the correct information  stclairhistory@yahoo.com  .  

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