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Kingā??s College students conduct research effort


February 20. 2013 12:33AM
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Eight King's College students, under the direction of history department faculty members Daniel Clasby and Thomas Mackaman, conducted extensive research on the 1919 Baltimore Mine Tunnel Disaster in Wilkes-Barre. The research effort was undertaken in response to a request from the Wilkes-Barre Mayor's office. The group completed an application for a state historical marker and presented their findings at the annual conference of the State Historical Society held in Harrisburg. Participants, from left, first row, are students Debra Gross, Jennifer Momenzadeh, Tiffani Prescott and Patricia Streeter. Second row: Mackaman, assistant professor of history; students Michael Deangelo, Anthony Cardone, Kevin Prior and Emily Winters; and Clasby, assistant professor of history.




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