Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, Newspaper Archives (1837 - 1910)

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Wellington Hartman
Columbian Thursday, Sep 07, 1899 Bloomsburg, PA Vol: 34 Page: 2
Columbian
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
September 7, 1899 - Page 2
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Martin Cain Jr 17Dec1869
Mart Cain Jr saves train passengers from instant destruction as the railroad fell into the JM Freck colliery.
Columbian
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
December 17, 1869 - Page 3
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Martin Cain Sr. obit 13Jan1882
Martin Cain Sr. dies when a bank gave way and he was smothered.
Columbian
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
January 13, 1882 - Page 4
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