Hanna Miner Fatalities Not Recovered from the Bottom of the Mine
The Hanna Miners' Monument by Hugh Renny was dedicated in 1933 in memory of the men who died below it. The stone monument marks the grave of 28 miners whose bodies were never recovered from the Union Pacific Coal Company's No. 1 mine in Hanna following the June 30, 1903 and March 28, 1908 explosions. Twenty-seven miners from 1908 and one from 1903 are still at the bottom of the mine.
Click the button below to view the 28 Hanna miner fatalities not recovered from the bottom of the No. 1 mine. Additional information about each individual is available in the Hanna Cemetery Records.
The Miner Memorial
The monument was placed on the spot above the mine that officials thought the 1908 explosion occurred.