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When did coal mining start in Ohio?
Coal mining began in Ohio during the 1810s and 1820s. Most of Ohio’s coal mines existed in eastern and southern parts of the state.
Where can I find information on mines in Ohio?
View locations and permit information on thousands of mapped surface and underground coal and minerals mines in Ohio. Information can be accessed by either entering a street address for the area of interest or by zooming in on the area and clicking on mining features. Mines of Ohio data is available for download, on a statewide basis.
How did coal affect the economy of Ohio?
In 1872, Ohio mines produced more than five million tons of coal. Production increased to ten million tons by 1886. During the early to mid twentieth century, coal’s value to Ohio’s economy began to decline. Much of the coal in Ohio had a high sulfur content. Sulfur made the coal less desirable for two main reasons.
How did coal get to Cleveland?
As Ohioans cleared the land to farm it, an abundance of firewood resulted, reducing the need for coal. In 1828, a Portage County man, began to ship coal on the Ohio and Erie Canal to Cleveland.