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Reply karen
5:50 PM on April 4, 2015 
Please provide a way to mute the music! Thanks!
Reply lorettamurphy
2:40 AM on March 24, 2015 
So how does one get unblocked from Spamcop? Sounds like the Pinkertons are at it again...
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Reply lorettamurphy
10:30 PM on July 20, 2013 
Joann Rivera says...
watching "in search of the molly maguires" I became interested in wiggans patch and also because I am from mt carmel and Kulpmont. such sad stories draw me in. my irish roots also have made me very interested in the mollies. someday I would love to visit all pertinent areas to the mollies...i.e. Hibernian house. thank you for your labor of love!


Thank you for visiting Wiggans and for taking time to sign the guestbook. Indeed, the O'Donnell House Massacre was a sad and unnecessary example of what happens when hatred and bigotry are fueled by greed and injustice. The Molly Maguire era remains one of the most historically inaccurate periods of Irish American history. This site strives to correct some of the misinformation and ethnic defamation that was common during newspaper reports and other historical documentation of the time period; sadly, much of that erroneous, one-sided, and prejudiced information continues to surface today and is taken by many as gospel truth. The Molly Trials would have have been declared mistrials in today's world;yet, back in the late 1800's when all this occurred, they were successfully in sending over 20 men to the gallows. Corporate crimes were alive and well then as they are now;innocence is too often no match for money and power. Please learn all you can. It is word of mouth and sites like these that offer the side of history that you will rarely find in the history books of the time. And yes, visit the Hibernian House, the graveyards, the historical societies, Eckley Village, and other local sites. So many are now gone, like the O'Donnell House, casualties of time and lack of timely sufficient interest in historical preservation. Thank you again for visiting Wiggans Patch and caring about the O'Donnells. If you are interested in music about the Mollies and mining, please visit my band, The Troubles, website at http://www.reverbnation.com/thetroubles55. You may also be interested in my novel, The Pipes Are Calling, historical fiction about the event. It is now on Kindle. - Loretta
Reply Joann Rivera
8:06 PM on July 20, 2013 
watching "in search of the molly maguires" I became interested in wiggans patch and also because I am from mt carmel and Kulpmont. such sad stories draw me in. my irish roots also have made me very interested in the mollies. someday I would love to visit all pertinent areas to the mollies...i.e. Hibernian house. thank you for your labor of love!
Reply lorettamurphy
5:25 PM on May 6, 2013 
Patrick, I appreciate your visiting Wiggans and your feedback. This site is a labor of love. Much thanks. - Loretta

Patrick Miley says...
Loretta, This site is a great resource for the project I am working on.

My father was born in Summit Hill and is a descendant of Hugh McGeehan on his Mothers side of the family.

My father told me many stories about the Molly Maguires and they all dove tail with what you have on your page.
Reply Patrick Miley
5:42 PM on March 22, 2013 
Loretta, This site is a great resource for the project I am working on.

My father was born in Summit Hill and is a descendant of Hugh McGeehan on his Mothers side of the family.

My father told me many stories about the Molly Maguires and they all dove tail with what you have on your page.