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Pottsville,

industrial city (1990 pop. 16,603), seat of Schuylkill co., E Pa., on the Schuylkill River; inc. 1847. Once an anthracite coal mining center, it manufactures plastic products, processed foods, transportation equipment, filters, apparel, beverages, and steel products, and is a distribution center. Pottsville was a rallying place for the Molly MaguiresMolly Maguires
, secret organization of Irish-Americans in the coal-mining districts of Pennsylvania. Its name came from a woman who led an extralegal, antilandlord organization in Ireland during the 1840s, and its membership was drawn from the Ancient Order of Hibernians, an
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, who were tried there in 1877.
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She will be based out of the bank's newly acquired office centre on Woodglen Road, Pottsville PA.
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POTTSVILLE, PA: Harbor Freight Tools, the national retailer of tools and home improvement equipment, has leased 13,360 s/f at the Fairlane Village Mall in Pottsville, Pa.
This account of the Battle of the Crater in July of 1864 describes how the 48th Pennsylvania regiment, from the mining town of Pottsville, excavated a mine and tunneled under Confederate entrenchments.
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