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Life isn’t easy for the miners and their families in Annesburg, which has been providing coal up and down the Lannahechee River for almost a century. Working conditions are terrible for little pay, and many men have lost their lives down the pit.
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Annesburg is a settlement in Red Dead Redemption 2 in the Roanoke Ridge region of the New Hanover territory.



  • North of the coal mining building in the north of Annesburg is a tree stump. Embedded in it is the Rusted Double Bit Hatchet.
  • The Packet Ship Cigarette Card can be found on a crate on the pier.
  • In the office to the west of the railroad tracks is the Cigarette Card for Preston T. Stephenson.
  • On the floor in the top of the tower is the Cigarette Card for Pigeon Shooting. On the railing is Valerian Root.
  • On the minecart tracks to the west is a barrel, on top of which is the Cigarette Card for Annesburg.
  • Southwest of here in the mine is the Cigarette Card for Isabelle Standish. It is on the table in the chamber to the left of the entrance.
  • In the southwestern end of the mine is a shaft. At the top of the first ladder on top of a crate is the Cigarette Card for the Longleaf Pine.
  • West and slightly south of there is a dreamcatcher.
  • In back of the gunsmith on a table is the Cigarette Card for Revolver - 1836 - Daniel Buck. Note this can only be acquired after accepting the "Smoking and Other Hobbies" mission.
  • Rains Fall can be found near the Post Office once the player reaches the epilogue.


  • Annesburg was likely one of the first permanent settlements in New Hanover.
  • Due to almost a century of mining in the town, the waters of the Lannahechee River around the town has an oily sheen and appears to be heavily polluted.
  • In addition to the river being polluted all fish near the town are mutated.
  • The original settlers of Annesburg were of German descent, and many buildings in the town are designed in a German colonial style. Several people in the town even speak with German accents. Also, the name of the state is the same as the German city, Hanover.