"Monongah Remembered provides an intricate look at the nation's worst coal mine disaster, weaving together the historical realities of early
20th century mining, a community devastated by the human destruction, and the ordeal of immigrant miner families. "
Paul H. Rakes, Ph.D. Historian, WVU
Italians arrive to honor immigrants killed in 1907 Monongah mine blast
December 5, 2007

Marylynne Pitz profiles Joe d'Andrea, a partner in Monongah Remembered, for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

...Peter Argentine, a Mt. Lebanon-based filmmaker who is making a documentary about the mine explosion, praised Mr. D'Andrea's efforts to ensure the Monongah tombstones were righted and restored.

He also lauded Mr. D'Andrea's support of the memorial bell as well as six years of research for a book, "Monongah: 100 Years of Oblivion," which was published in Italian. "Joe has been the force behind all this," Mr. Argentine said...

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