"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
Mt. Lebanon Here & Now
December 1, 2007

Producer Peter Argentine is profiled in Mt. Lebanon magazine.

A century ago this month, more than 300 West Virginia coal miners lost their lives in the worst mining disaster in U.S. history. Filmmaker Peter Argentine, Mayfair Drie, is working on a documentary about the disaster, which took place in the village of Monongah, about 20 miles south of Morgantown.

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