Headlines “Carbon Co. News” 9 Oct 1909
The Hiawatha mercantile company is the name that was selected for the consolidated fuel store at miller creek coal mine and a petition has been forwarded to Washington asking that a post office be established there to be called Hiawatha.
“Carbon Co. News” 24 Sep 1909
WILL BUILD NEW TOWN-- A new town to be known as Hiawatha will spring up near the consolidated mine the output will range from 2000 to 3000 tons a day and there will be 300 souls in this town by the first of the year it is believed which will be swelled to at least 500 by 1911. Fourteen men are employed in the mine at this time and several times this number on the railroad. Robert Howard, the superintendent expects to begin shipping coal by November 15.
“Carbon Co. News” 19 Aug 1910
HIAWATHA NEWS superintendent Robert Howard has moved into the new house recently built for him. This makes him a very comfortable place for his family.A new hotel manager by the name of J A Mccoy of Salt Lake City took charge of the hotel at Hiawatha last Monday. Dr Gordon was in town this week. Dr Dowd of Sunnyside was in town Sunday. A temporary office is to be built for Dr Ferguson who is the company physician now. Deputy Sheriff Levitt was in town a few days ago served notice of attachment on former hotel keeper Taylor. We understand the storage rate on the D R G ends this week the Consolidated Fuel Co. was about 225 cars short. For the want of cars thy the mines are not being worked more than half as much as they would be
“The News Advocate” 16 Jul 1915
Henry Santschi of Hiawatha and Miss Cleo Craig of Salt Lake City were married by Justice R.C. Miller last Thursday following the securing of the regulation license from cupid says the emery county progress.
“The News Advocate” 21 Jul 1932
PRICE LEGION TEAM defeats Hiawatha playing heads up ball behind the fine pitching of Bul Callaway. The Price American legion Junior Team defeated a picked of Juniors and members of the Hiawatha town team at Hiawatha Tuesday the score was 8 2. HIAWATHA—The Hiawatha Team was: Thompson, F.Morgan, D.Pentelute, J.Pentelute, Reese, Burdick B.Thompson, C. Morgan & Thomas.
“Smelting Co. Magazine” July 1946
Hiawatha has always been one of the most modern and best maintained towns in its mining district. Well laid out, the comfortable frame homes, modern school, church and recreational facilities make it attractive to new-comers and old-times alike During the war period the Federal Public Housing Authority constricted 120 housing units in Hiawatha. Although only designated for emergency housing, This project is still providing well furnished and comfortable homes for many new employees.