Export: A Patch of Tapestry Out of Coal Country America

Export A Patch of Tapestry Out of Coal Country America Through photos maps and text presents a life of struggle as seen in the coal miner and his family the coal strike tragic mine disasters and in general what life was like under oppressive pate

  • Title: Export: A Patch of Tapestry Out of Coal Country America
  • Author: Helene Smith
  • ISBN: 9780945437000
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • Export: A Patch of Tapestry Out of Coal Country America

    Through photos, maps and text presents a life of struggle as seen in the coal miner and his family, the 1910 coal strike, tragic mine disasters, and in general what life was like under oppressive paternalistic control A book that is hard to stay in print Always in demand Pick this book and you ll shovel your way through a dark side of history But there were light sidesThrough photos, maps and text presents a life of struggle as seen in the coal miner and his family, the 1910 coal strike, tragic mine disasters, and in general what life was like under oppressive paternalistic control A book that is hard to stay in print Always in demand Pick this book and you ll shovel your way through a dark side of history But there were light sides, too, as portrayed in the book An era when sand lot baseball was big league business coal miners who became famous in the sport The author spent years of research in writing this book, interviewing the old timers in this coal mine patch near her home She always gives credit to the miners themselves and the kind, friendly people of Export, the first site where coal was exported in quantity the town where the tipple straddled the road.

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      Published :2018-08-13T08:45:46+00:00

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