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Towns, Villages, Patches in the Coal Region
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Nanny Goat Hill : the NorthEast, hilly section of Hazleton
Nanticoke : between Hanover and Glen Lyon. Named after the Nanticoke Indians who lived along the Susquehanna.
Nater Street : formerly known as "Millersville". Just outside Ashland on the back road to Gordon, right next to "Danny's" restaurant.
Natalie : on Rte. 54 between Atlas and Elysburg, at the top of the Natalie Mountain. "I am and always be from this little patch of Natalie".
Nesquehoning : on Rte 209 west of Mauch Chunk. Also called "Neskie".
New Boston : between Frackville and the Vulcan, on the Morea Road, next to Morea on the mountain above Mahanoy City.
New Centralia : about 2 miles east (?) of Kulpmont. A somewhat upscale community of former Centralia residents, formed with the government settlements they received to abandon their homes.
New Columbus : on the sunny (north) side of the mountain in Nesquehoning. This was a settelment of Italian miners. The original settlement called Little Italy was moved to this location so the coal company could mine coal from the site.
 
New Minersville : at the top of the mountain between Minersville and West West Terrace. Also known as "halupki heaven".
New Philadelphia : on Rte 209, east of Port Carbon. Once known as Silver Creek?
New Ringgold: south of Tamaqua
New Street : in Norwegian Township, off Seltzer City Road
Newkirk : on old Rte 209 south of Tamaqua
Newport Center : a small cluster of houses west of Nanticoke
Newtown : between Tremont and Branchdale on Rte 209. Renamed to Zerbe so as not to confuse it with the Newtown outside Philly. Part of Reilly Twp.
North America : at the end of Water Street in Pottsville, just over the Norwegian Township line
Nuangola : (pronounced "new-an-GO-la") Lake and village in the mountains between Nanticoke and Hazelton
Number One Patch : a suburb of Wanamie, PA, in Newport Township
Number Two : See Pardeesville.
Number Five Hill : in Lackawanna County; part of Archbald.
Nuremberg : northeast of Zion's Grove, southwest of West Hazleton
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