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A Bibliography and 
Guide to Studies 

Second Edition 



Robert F. Munn 



WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 
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1977 



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Introduction v 

History 1 

Economics 38 

Labor Relations 88 

Life in the Coal Fields 159 

Transportation 184 

Government Regulation 197 

Environmental Effects 208 

Surface Mining 217 

Safety 250 

Mine Disasters 258 

Racial and Ethnic Groups 265 

Folklore 269 

Health 272 

General Descriptive Accounts 285 

Miscellaneous and Addenda 303 

Index 325 



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The first edition of this work appeared in 1965. It represent- 
ed the first major effort to achieve some measure of control over 
the voluminous and widely-scattered literature of the coal indus- 
try. Since 1965, there has been a marked increase in the volume, 
and to some extent the quality, of publications on the coal indus- 
try. The increase in the number of publications has been accom- 
panied by at least as great an increase in the demand for informa- 
tion. The present edition is in response to that demand. It 
includes all significant items in the first edition, now long out of 
print, plus approximately one thousand additional entries. 

Both public and scholarly interest in the coal industry has in- 
creased sharply in recent years. The basic reason is doubtless the 
growing concern with the cost and availability of energy. It has 
become clear that both economic and foreign policy considera- 
tions require a rapid expansion in the nation's coal production. 
The new importance of coal has quite naturally increased interest 
in matters associated with coal. Among the more important— and 
controversial— are the environmental costs of mining, the health 
and safety of miners, and the concentration of control in the coal 
industry. 

The literature of the coal industry is widely scattered. Con- 
tributions of great importance are found in everything from Coal 
Age to The Journal of Occupational Medicine. This scattering of 
the literature has increased rapidly in recent years, as scholars 
representing the various academic disciplines have become inte r - 
ested in the industry and the social and economic problems as- 
sociated with it. It is now common to find significant articles in 
journals devoted to economics, labor relations, sociology, political 
science and medicine, to mention only the more obvious. The 
growing interest among scholars has also given rise to an increase 
in the number of theses and dissertations on the problem. There 
are government reports without number. In short, the literature 
has become vast and almost wildly diffused. 

It is clearly desirable that research on the coal industry and 
the problems associated with it be carried on as efficiently and 
intelligently as possible. Unfortunately, the scattered nature of 
the literature militates against this. Even the most conscientious 



scholar finds it increasingly difficult to keep abreast of the litera- 
ture in his own field. It is generally quite impossible for him to 
follow that of other disciplines. Thus it is idle to expect the soc- 
iologist to scan medical journals or the economist to master the 
literature of psychology. And yet, it seems clear that fruitful 
study of many of the problems associated with the coal industry 
must utilize a multi-disciplinary approach. 

The chief purpose of this guide is to aid in such multi-dis- 
ciplinary research. The principal emphasis has been placed on the 
social sciences. The enormous body of literature in the science 
and technology of mining is outside the scope of this work. Titles 
dealing with technology and geology are included only if they 
contain a significant amount of material of potential interest to 
the historian or social scientist. Every effort has been made to in- 
clude titles of real significance and works whose bibliographies 
will serve as a guide to those interested in a specific area or prob- 
lem. 

A number of librarians and scholars have contributed greatly 
to whatever utility this work may have. Mr. M. H. Ross, Associate 
Director of the Rural Practice Project at the University of North 
Carolina, provided much help and many useful references on the 
medical problems of the coal industry. His knowledge of the field 
is encyclopedic. The compiler's secretary, Mrs. Mary F. Casey, 
typed thousands of entries with accuracy and good cheer. The 
staff of the West Virginia University Library was, as ever, both 
helpful and tolerant. However, all sins of omission and commis- 
sion are those of the compiler; every bibliographer lives not in the 
fear but in the certain knowledge that he has overlooked titles 
of importance. 



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Included here are general accounts published before 1870. 
Material on the history of surface mining is to be found in 
the section on surface mining. 

1. An address to the inhabitants of Rhode Island on the sub- 
ject of their coal mines. New York, 1825. 16p. 

2. ALLISON, ROBERT 

Early history of coal mining and mining machinery in 
Schuylkill County. Schuylkill County Historical Society. 
Publication 4: 135-55 1912. 

3. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGI- 
NEERS. 

Seventy-five years of progress in the mineral industry. 
New York, 1947. 817p. 

Contains chapters on both anthracite and bituminous mining. 

4. ANSTED, D. T. 

Report on the "Wilson survey" near the great Kanawha 
River, Virginia. New York: W. C. Bryant, 1853. 16p. 

5. Anthracite coal applied to generate steam power. Monthly 
American Journal of Geology 1:72-74 1831. 

6. Anthracite coal trade by railways and canals. Merchants 
Magazine 11:541-44 1844. 

Emphasis is on the role of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad. 
/ 7. ARMES, ETHEL M. 

The story of coal and iron in Alabama. Birmingham, 1910. 
581p. 

N^ 8. ASHLEY, GEORGE H. 

The Cumberland Gap coal field. Mining Magazine 10:94- 
100 1904. 



9. BARKSDALE, S. 

Coal mining thrives on Virginia's "last frontier". Common- 
wealth Je 1949 30-32. 

The "frontier" is the area between Clintwood and Pound. Article in- 
cludes material on the history of mining in Virginia. 

10. BASSETT, JOHN W. AND HARRY L. WASHBURN 

Early underground coal mining in Kentucky. Kentucky 
Engineer My 1950 7-10. 

11. BASTIN, S. L. AND S. A. MORY 

History of coal mining in Laurel County, Kentucky, 1750 
to 1944. London, Kentucky, 1944. 16p. 

12. BAYLES, J. C. 

The coal question. Hunt's Merchants Magazine 61:169-73 
1869. 

Author urges the development of coal fields in Maryland, Virginia 
and elsewhere in order to break the semi-monopoly of major anthra- 
cite producers. 

13. BEACHLEY, CHARLES E. 

History of the Consolidation Coal Company, 1864-1934. 
New York, 1934. lOOp. 

14. BENNETT, WALLACE R. 

Report on the economic growth of Oak Hill, correlated 
with the history of King Coal. Oak Hill, W. Va. 1965. 36p. 

15. BILLINGER, ROBERT D. 

History and development of the anthracite industry. 
Pennsylvania Dept. of Internal Affairs. Monthly Bulletin 
F 1951 3-9; Mr 1951 13-27. 

16. BELLINGER, ROBERT D. 

Pennsylvania's coal industry. Gettysburg: Pennsylvania 
Historical Association, 1954. 53p. (Pennsylvania History 
Studies No. 6). 

A general history of the industry. 

17. BILLIONS OF TONS OF COAL TAKEN FROM THE WILDERNESS OF 
ST. ANTHONY. 

Pennsylvania Dept. of Internal Affairs. Bulletin N. 1936 
3-8. 

The anthracite coal region of Pennsylvania was once considered so 
rough and worthless that it was called the Wilderness of St. 
Anthony. 



18. BINDER, FREDRICK M. 

Anthracite enters the American home. Pennsylvania Maga- 
zine of Histoiy & Biography 82: 82-99 1958. 

History of the development of stoves for home heating, thus creat- 
ing a market for anthracite coal. 

19. BINDER, FREDERICK M. 

Coal age empire: Pennsylvania coal and its utilization to 
1860. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum 
Commission, 1974. 184p. 

20. BINDER, FREDERICK M. 

Pennsylvania coal and the beginnings of American steam 
navigation. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Bio- 
graphy 83:420-45 1959. 

21. BLANCHARD, D. E. 

A concise history of the anthracite coal industry of Penn- 
sylvania. Wilkes-Barre: W. H. Seacord, 1884, 24p. 

22. BORNE, LAWRENCE R. 

The Wootton Land and Fuel Company, 1905-1910. Colo- 
rado Magazine 46: 189-208 1969. 

Account of the development of a major coal company near Trinidad, 
Colorado. James A. Ownbey acquired large holdings of coal lands 
with the aid of eastern capitalists. 

23. BOWEN, ELI 

Coal and the coal trade. Philadelphia and Pottsville, 1862. 
36p. 

24. BOWEN, ELI 

The coal regions of Pennsylvania, being a general, geologi- 
cal, historical and statistical review of the anthracite coal 
districts. Pottsville, Pennsylvania, 1848. 72p. 

25. BOYER, MARY J. 

The old Gravois coal diggings. Festus, Missouri. 1952. 

107p. 

Now a part of Saint Louis, Missouri. 

26. BRATTON, SAM T. 

Coal in Missouri. Missouri Historical Review 22: 150-56 

1928. 

A brief history of the discovery of coal and the development of the 
industry. 



27. BRIDGES, LEONARD H. 

Iron millionaire; life of Charlemagne Tower. Philadelphia; 
University of Pennsylvania Press, 1952. 322p. 

Tower became one of the leading coal operators in the post-Civil 
War period in Pennsylvania. 

27a. BROWN, W. K. AND J. D. MERCIER 

Pictorial essay on Pennsylvania's anthracite mining heri- 
tage. Pennsylvania Folklife Summer 1976 26-34. 

Largely pictorial account of the rise and decline of Eckley, a typical 
anthracite mining town. 

28. BUCH, JOHN W. 

Historical summary of conveyor mining. Mechanization 5 
Ap 1941 59-64. 

29. BUCK, WILLIAM J. 

History of the early discovery of coal. Potters American 
Monthly 4: 180-82 1875. 

30. BULL, MARCUS 

Experiment to determine the comparative quantities of 
Heat evolved in the combustion of the principal varieties 
of Wood and Coal. Journal of the Franklin Institute 1:257- 
801826. 

31. "CC&b" CELEBRATE 80rH BIRTHDAY 

Black Diamond Ap 12, 1947 22-23. 

A brief history of Castner, Curran and Bullitt, one of the oldest 
and largest coal merchants in the United States. 

32. CAMPBELL, ROY E. 

History of the development of the coal industry in Kan- 
awha District, West Virginia. Thesis. West Virginia Uni- 
versity. 1930 

33. CARBON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

Centennial anniversary of the first shipment of anthracite 
coal from the Lehigh region at Lausanne, Pennsylvania, 
August 9, 1814. Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania: The Society, 
1914. 17p. 

34. CARLSON, ALVAR W. 

Lignite coal as an enabling factor in the settlement of wes- 
tern North Dakota. Great Plains Journal 11: 145-53, 1972. 

The easy availability of lignite coal facilitated the settlement of this 
region. Farmers mined it themselves. 



35. CARPENTER, SAMUEL 

Report of the engineer in relation to the coal mines of 
the Hockhocking Valley. Columbus, 1836. 5p. 



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36. CARTLIDGE, OSCAR 

Fifty years of coal mining. Charleston, West Virginia: Rose 
City Press, 1936. 74p. 

Largely autobiographical account of mining in the coal fields of 
Illinois and West Virginia, 1890-1930. 

37. CAUDELL, HARRY M. 

Night comes to the Cumberlands; a biography of a de- 
pressed area. Boston: Atlantic-Little, 1963. 394p. 

An account of the development and present status of the "coal coun- 
ties" of Eastern Kentucky. The author feels that the area has been 
ruthlessly exploited by the coal industry and its people left to rot. 
An important and widely-read work. 

37a. CAUDELL, JAMES K. 

Kentucky's experience with the broad form deed. Ken- 
tucky Law Journal 63:107-44 1974/75. 

Account of the origin and development of the broad form deed in 
Kentucky. 

38. CAUDELL, REBECCA 

My Appalachia. a reminiscence. New York, Holt, Rinehart 
and Winston, 1966. 90p. 

The author tells of her life which began in Harlan County, Ky. and 
which has been closely attached to the beauties and scourges of the 
area ever since. 

39. CHADWICK, ROBERT A. 

Coal, Montana's prosaic treasure. Montana. Oct. 1973 
18-31. 

History of the development of both deep and strip mining in Mon- 
tana. Interesting illustrations. 

40. CHANDLER, ALFRED D. 

Anthracite coal and the beginnings of the industrial revol- 
ution in the United States. Business History Review 46: 
141-81 1972. 

"While anthracite helped to determine the timing and the process 
of accelerated growth and institutional change in American manu- 
facturing and mining, its impact was short-run. not long-run". 

41. CHAPMAN, MARY L. 

The influence of coal in the Big Sandy Valley. Disser- 
tation. University of Kentucky, 1945. 297p. 

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42. CHARWICK, DOUGLAS 

Nothing will ever bring them back. Goldenseal Ja/Mr 1976 
35-42, Ap/Je 1976 17-39. 

Well-illustrated account of the early communities in the New River 
coal field, in southern West Virginia. 

43. CHTLDS, C. G. 

The coal and iron trade, embracing statistics of Pennsyl- 
vania. Philadelphia, 1847. 24p. 

"A series of articles published in the Philadelphia Commercial List." 

44. CHRISTY, DAVID 

Report made at the request of the Raccoon Coal and Iron 
Company, Cincinnati, 1854. 15p. 

45. CIST, JACOB 

Account of the mines of anthracite in the region about 
YviiKes Darre, r/ennsyivania. Wyoming Historical Society. 
Proceedings 10: 98-114 1909. 



46. CIST, ZACHARIAH 



Account of the Mines of Anthracite in the region about 
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. American Journal of Science 
4:1-16 1822. 

47. CLARK, STANLEY 

Immigrants in the Choctaw coal industry. Chronicles of 
Oklahoma 33: 440-55 1955/56. 

48. CLD7FORD, ALBERT J. 

The reorganization of the Philadelphia & Reading Coal & 
Iron Company. Thesis. University of Pennsylvania. 1952. 

49. COAL AND IRON TRADE OF THE OHIO VALLEY 

Merchant's Magazine 16: 450-55 1847. 

50. COAL AND THE COAL MINES OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Harpers 15: 451-69 1857. 

A useful history of the early development of the Pennsylvania coal 
industry. 

51. COAL OF PENNSYLVANIA 

American Quarterly Register 1: 97-100 1848. 
Largely statistical. 



52. COAL OF PENNSYLVANIA AND OTHER STATES 

Merchants' Magazine 13: 67-72 1845. 

Rapid growth of the Pennsylvania coal trade predicted. 

53. COAL POLICY OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Merchants Magazine 13: 242-45 1845. 

Tolls set by the canal commissioners are unfair and harmful to 
the coal trade. 

54. COAL PRODUCT OF THE UNITED STATES 

De Bow's Review 19: 123-30 1855. 

A general account, largely statistical, of the coal trade. 

55. COAL PRODUCTION IN OHIO 

Merchants Magazine 26: 511-12 1852. 

56. COAL REGION OF THE SCHUYLKILL AND WYOMING VALLEY 

Merchants Magazine 14: 539-42 1846. 

57. THE COAL TRADE IN PENNSYLVANIA 

North American Review 42: 241-56 1836. 

58. COAL TRADE OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Bankers' Magazine 3: 146-50 1848. 

59. COATES, HAROLD W. 

Cincinnati's early coal trade. Black Diamond Ja 15, 1927 
23. 

60. COBB, WILLIAM H. 

The beginning of coal development in Randolph County 
(West Virginia). Randolph County Historical Society. 
Magazine of History and Biography 5: 50-53 1928. 

61. COLEMAN, RON J 

We dig coal: the story of coal mining in Buchanan 
County, Virginia. Radford, Va.: Commonwealth Press, 
1975. 46p. 

62. CONANT, C. B. 

Coal fever: the price and prospects of anthracite coal. Mer- 
chants' Magazine 52: 349-64 1865. 

"Why is coal so high?" 



63. CONLEY, PHIL 

History of the West Virginia coal industry. Charleston: 
Educational Foundation, 1960. 311p. 

64. CONLEY, PHIL 

Early coal development in the Kanawha Valley. West Vir- 
ginia History 8: 207-15 1947. 

65. CORRIGAN, JAMES J. 

Early tariff and anthracite region problems. Pennsylvania 
Dept. of Internal Affairs. Monthly Bulletin Ag 1951 3-4, 32. 

"Memorial of the freeholders and inhabitants of Carbon and Luzerne 
Counties, Pennsylvania, engaged in the coal business, demonstrating 
against the tariff" ( 1846). 

66. CUBBY, EDWIN A. 

The transformation of the Tug and Guyandot Valleys; 
economic development and social change in West Virginia. 
Dissertation. Syracuse University. 1962. 356p. 

67. CUBBY, EDWIN A. 

Railroad building and the rise of the port of Huntington. 
West Virginia History 33: 234-47 1972. 

Account of the building of railroads which made possible the open- 
ing of the Logan coal fields. 

68. CUMBERLAND COAL REGION 

Bankers' Magazine 4: 394-99 1849. 

Account of the coal fields in the Frostburg, Maryland area. 

69. DAILY TELEGRAPH. ( BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA) 

Pocahontas flat-top coal field. Bluefield, 1896. 78p. 

A history and general account of the newly-opened flat-top bitumin- 
ous coal field. 

70. DANIEL, PETE 

The Tennessee Convict War. Tennessee Historical Quar- 
terly 34: 273-292 1975. 

Account of the Coal Creek Rebellion of 1891. 

71. DAUPHIN AND SUSQUEHANNA COAL COMPANY 

Report of the stockholders. Philadelphia: T. K. and P. G. 
Collins, 1848. 16p. 



72. DE BOW, JAMES D. 

Coal mines of Alabama compared with those of the other 
states. De Bow's Review 10: 73-79 1851. 

73. A DEFENCE OF THE LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION COMPANY 
FROM THE ASSAULTS MADE UPON ITS INTERESTS BY X 

Philadelphia: Jesper Harding, 1840. 66p. 

74. DERBY, GEORGE 

An inquiry into the influence upon health of anthracite 
coal, when used as a fuel for warming dwelling houses. . . 
Boston: A. Williams & Co., 1868. 46p. 

75. DESCRIPTION OF THE SYCAMORE COAL MINES 

Plan of a mining company now forming in Cincinnati. 2nd 
ed. Cincinnati, 1850. 12p. 

75a. DODRILL, GORDON 

20,000 coal company stores. Pittsburgh, 1971. 287p. 

A list of all known company stores in the U.S., Canada and Mexico 
from 1903 to 1958. Includes 750 illustrations of tokens (scrip) is- 
sued by the coal companies owing the stores. 

76. DRAKE, RICHARD B. 

Documents relating to the broad form deed. Appalachian 
Notes 2(1-6) First Quarter, 1974. 

"Kentucky today is the only state recognizing the broad form deed." 
Reproduces examples of such deeds held in eastern Ky. 

77. EARLY COAL MINING IN DAVIESS COUNTY, INDIANA 

Coal I: 200 1882. 

78. EATON, AMOS 

Observations on the coal formations in the State of New 
York. American Journal of Science 19: 21-26 1831. 

V 79. EAVENSON, HOWARD N. 

Coal through the ages. New York: AIME, 1935. 123p. 

80. EAVENSON, HOWARD N. 

The early history of the Pittsburgh coal bed. Western 
Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 22: 165-76 1939. 

J 81. EAVENSON. HOWARD N. 

The first century and a quarter of American coal industry. 
Pittsburgh: Privately printed, 1942. 701p. 

The classic work in the field. 

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82. EAVENSON, HOWARD N. 

Notes on an old West Virginia coal field. West Virginia 
History 5: 83-100 1944. 

In the Mason County area. 

83. EAVENSON, HOWARD N. 

The Pittsburgh coal bed; its early history and develop- 
ment. New York: AIME, 1938. 55p. 

Bibliography pp48-55. 

84. EAVENSON, HOWARD N. 

Some side-lights on early Virginia coal mining. Virginia 
Magazine of History and Biography 50: 199-208 1942. 

85. ELSON, c. H. 

Story of the Leckie and Douglas mines. Coal Industry 1: 
323-25 1918. 

Account of operations in the Smokeless Coal Field of West Virginia. 
Includes illustrations of coal camps. 

86. ENMAN, JOHN A. 

Coal company store prices questioned: a case study of the 
Union Supply Company, 1905-1906. Pennsylvania History 
41: 53-62 Jan. 1974. 

"The first time that actual accounts of company store sales and 
prices, rather than second-hand reports. . . have been available for 
study" show that one store near Uniontown, Fayette County. Pa., 
did not charge excessive prices. 

87. ENQUIRY INTO THE CHEMICAL CHARACTERS AND PROPERTIES OF 
THAT SPECIES OF COAL LATELY DISCOVERED AT RHODE-ISLAND, 
WITH SOME OBSERVATIONS ON ITS APPLICATION TO THE ARTS 
AND MANUFACTURERS OF THE EASTERN STATES. 

American Mineralogical journal 1: 34-40 1814. 

88. FACTS ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE CHARACTER OF THE ANTHRACITE 
OR LEHIGH COAL FOUND IN THE GREAT MINES AT MAUCH 
CHUNK 

New York: Gray & Bunce, 1825. 18p. 






89. FAIRBANKS, W. L. AND W. S. HAMELL 

The coal mining industry of Maryland. Baltimore: Balti- 
more Association of Commerce, 1932. 271p. 

90. FELL, JESSE 

Notice of the first introduction of anthracite coal on the 
Susquehanna. Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania 6:83 1830. 

The coal was first used by blacksmiths, starting about 1768. 

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91. FTRMSTONE, WILLIAM 

Sketch of early anthracite furnaces. AIME. Transactions 3: 
152-56 1874/75. 

In the Pennsylvania fields. 

92. FIRST COAL. MINING COMPANY OF THE LEHIGH REGION 

Pennsylvania Magazine of History 39: 170-75 1915. 

Copy of a prospectus dated F 13, 1792 for the Lehigh Coal Mine 
Company. 

93. FIRST COAL TOWN MUSEUM 

Stotesbury, West Virginia, 1962. 32p. 

A booklet describing the coal museum at Stotesbury, West Virginia. 
It also contains several articles on the history of coal mining in the 
Winding Gulf Field. 

94. FISHER, CASSIUS A. 

Geology of the Great Falls coal fields, Montana. Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1909. 85p. (USGS. Bulletin 356). 

Includes much information of historical value. 

95. FISHER, HOWELL 

Report on the agriculture and mineral resources of Virginia 
and West Virginia, and more particularly on the extent, 
quality, and value of the coal and iron deposits situated 
along the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, show- 
ing the advantage of that region for successful mining and 
manufacturing industry. New York: Wyndkoop & Hollen- 
beck, 1870. 24p. 

96. FISHER, JAMES C. 

Report on coal. American Laborer 1: 55-56 1842. 

Advocates a "specific duty of 6 cents a bushel on all foreign coal" 
in order to encourage the domestic coal industry. 

97. FLEMING, A. B. 

History of the Fairmont ( West Virginia ) coal region. West 
Virginia Coal Mining Institute. Proceedings 1911 251-68. 

98. FLOYD, WILLIE M. 

Thurber, Texas, an abandoned coal field town. Texas Geo- 
graphical Magazine 3 No. 2 1939 ppl-21. 

99. FREYTAG, R. C. 

The Indiana coal industry's part in World War II. Indiana 
Magazine of History 41: 265-86 1945. 

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100. FRICK (H. C. ) COKE CO. 

Connellsville coke. Pittsburgh, 189-? 44p. 

"A brief outline of the development of the great Connellsville coke 
region." 

101. FRISCH, ISADORE 

Twentieth century development of the coal mining indus- 
try in eastern Kentucky and its influence upon political be- 
havior of the area. Thesis. University of Kentucky. 1938. 

102. george's creek coal and iron company 
[Baltimore] 1836. 34p. 

Contains acts of incorporation and a report on the land belonging 
to the company. 

103. GIBSON, A. M. 

Early mining camps in northeastern Oklahoma. Chronicles 
of Oklahoma 34: 193-202 1956. 

103a. gillen water, mack h. 

Cultural and historical geography of mining settlements in 
the Pocahontas coal fields of southern West Virginia, 
1880 to 1930. Dissertation. University of Tennessee, 1972. 
177p. 

104. ginger, ray 

Company-sponsored welfare plans in the anthracite indus- 
try before 1900. Business Historical Society. Bulletin 27: 
112-20 1953. 

105. GLENN, L. C. 

The northern Tennessee coal field. Nashville, 1925. 478p. 
(Tennessee. Division of Geology. Bulletin 33-B). 

Although devoted largely to geology, the bulletin includes material 
on the history and economics of coal mining in the area. 

106. GRAEBNER, WILLIAM 

Great expectations: the search for order in bituminous coal, 
1890-1917. Business History Review 48: 49-72 1974. 

Account of the frustrating attempts of the industry to regulate itself. 

107. GREENE, CHARLES S. 

A California coal mine. Overland Monthly 31: 518-27 1898. 

History and account of mining operations at Tesla. 



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108. GREGG, ROBERT 

Origin and development of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and 
Railroad Co. New York: Newcomen Society, 1948. 40p. 

109. GRIFFITH, WILLIAM 

Beginning of anthracite coal trade. Coal Age 2: 40-42 1912. 

110. GRIFFITH, WILLIAM 

The proof that Pennsylvania anthracite coal was first ship- 
ped from the Wyoming Valley. Wyoming Historical and 
Geneological Society. Proceedings 13: 65-71 1914. 

111. GRIFFITH. WILLIAM 

Some of the beneficial results of Judge Jesse Fell's experi- 
ment with Wyoming coal. Wyoming Historical and Geo- 
logical Society. Proceedings 10: 73-86 1909. 

112. GUYANDOTTE LAND COMPANY 

Reports and letters relating to the Guyandotte Land Com- 
pany. London: W. Penney, [1853]. 53p. 

In what is now West Virginia. 

113. HACK, JOHN T. 

Prehistoric coal mining in the Jeddito Valley, Arizona. 
Cambridge, 1942. 24p. (Papers of the Peabody Museum 
35: 2). 

114. HAGER, CHARLES J. 

Alabama's coal pioneers. Alabama Engineer Sept. 1958 3-7. 

115. HALBERSTADT, BATRD 

An early coal mine lease in Pottsville. Schuylkill County 
Historical Society. Publications 4: 198-211 1912. 

The Greenwood Slope Colliery lease was made in 1839. 

116. HARDT, ANTON 

A brief history of mining in Tioga County ( Pennsylvania ) . 
Mines and Minerals 26: 484-86 1905/6. 

117. HARRINGTON, GEORGE B. 

Coal mining in Illinois. New York: Newcomen Society, 
1950. 24p. 

Deals especially with Chicago, Wilmington, & Franklin Coal Co. 



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118. HARRIS, EVELYN AND FRANK J. KREBS 

From humble beginnings, West Virginia State Federation 
of Labor 1903-1957. Charleston, 1960. 553p. 

A history of the federation. Contains much information on labor 
conditions in the coal fields. 

119. HARTSOCK, D. LANE 

Impact of the railroads on coal mining in Osage County, 
1869-1910. Kansas Historical Quarterly 37: 429-40 1971. 

Railroads, especially the Sante Fe, were largely responsible for the 
development of the coal field in the Osage County area. At one time, 
this was the largest field west of the Mississippi. 

120. HARVEY, HELEN B. 

From frontier to mining town in Logan County, West Vir- 
ginia. Thesis. University of Kentucky. 1942. 

121. HARVEY, KATHERINE A. 

The best-dressed miners: life and labor in the Maryland 
coal region, 1835-1910. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 
1969. 488p. 

The standard work in the field. 

122. HARVEY, KATHERINE 

The coal miners of western Maryland: some economic and 
social developments, 1850-1910. Thesis. American Univer- 
sity. 1962. 

123. HAUPT, HERMAN 

The coal business on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Philadel- 
phia. 1857. 33p. 

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126. HAZARD, ERSKINE 

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127. HAZARD, ERSKINE 

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130. HIGGINS, WALLACE W. 

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134. HITCHCOCK, E. 

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136. HUDSON COAL COMPANY 

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137. HURST, MARY B. 

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138. ILLINOIS COAL 

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Brief account of the history and present status of coal mining in 
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139. ILLINOIS COAL OPERATORS ASSOCIATION 

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140. ILLINOIS. DEPT. OF MINES AND MINERALS 

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141. IMBODEN, JOHN D. 

The coal and iron resources of Virginia; their extent, com- 
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142. IRWIN, WDLLIAM G. 

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143. JACKSON, CHARLES T. 

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144. JAMES, THOMAS C. 

A brief account of the discovery of anthracite coal on the 
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145. JAMES RTVER COAL TRADE 

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146. JILLSON, WTLLARD R. 

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147. JILLSON, WTLLARD R. 

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147a. JOHNSON, CYNTHIA 

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148. JOHNSON, OLE S. 

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149. JOHNSON, WALTER R. 

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150. JOHNSON, WALTER R. 

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151. JOHNSON, WALTER R. 

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152. JOHNSON, WALTER R. 

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153. JOHNSON, WALTER R. 

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154. JONES, ALFRED C. 

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155. JONES, ELIOT 

Anthracite coal combination in the United States; with 
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156. KEATING, WILLIAM 

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157. KEISER, JOHN H. 

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158. KELEMEN, THOMAS A. 

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159. KENTUCKY GOAL MINING CO. 

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160. KENTUCKY. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

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161. rasFT., RICHARD H. 

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The Raton coal field is located in northern New Mexico. The author 
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162. KEYES, CHARLES R. 

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163. KULP, GEORGE B. 

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164. THE LACKAWANNA AND WYOMING COAL REGION 

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165. LAING, JAMES T. 

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166. LANSING, R. R. 

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Author discusses the location, quality, demand, transportation etc. 
of Michigan coal. 

167. LAVINE, IRVIN 

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168. LEAMER, LAURENCE 

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169. LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION CO. 

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170. LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION COMPANY 

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171. LEHIGH NAVIGATION COAL COMPANY 

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172. LEIGHTON, GEORGE R. 

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173. LOGAN COAL OPERATORS ASSOCIATION 

The story of Logan County, West Virginia coal. Logan, 
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174. LONGEST, THOMAS C. 

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175. LOVE, GEORGE H. 

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176. LYCOMING COAL COMPANY 

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177. MC AULIFFE, EUGENE 

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178. MC AULIFFE, EUGENE 

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179. MC CAULEY, RAY L. 

The natural and cultural factors that have affected coal 
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180. MC CLANE, WILLIAM 

Letter on the supply of bituminous coal from North Caro- 
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181. MC CORMICK, ALLEN 

Development of the coal industry of Grundy County, 
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182. MC DONALD, RITA AND M. G. BURLING AME 

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183. MC FARLAND, CHARLES K. 

Roosevelt, Lewis and the New Deal, 1933-1940. Fort 
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184. MANLEY, ROBERT N. 

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Between the 1850's and the 1880's, there was a continuous and of- 
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184a. MARTIN, ALBRO 

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185. MARYLAND UNIVERSITY. BUREAU OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC 
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Coal in the Maryland economy, 1736-1965. 20p. (Its Stud- 
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186. MASSAY, GLENN F. 

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187. MELDER, F. E. 

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188. MICHALIK, BENJAMIN A. 

The decline of anthracite, 1913-1955. Dissertation. Ford- 
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189. MTESSE, CHARLES 

Points on coal and the coal business. Myerstown, Pennsyl- 
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190. MILLER, GEORGE L. 

Early dreams of coal in Nebraska. Nebraska State Histor- 
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191. MINER, WILLIAM P. 

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192. MITCHELL, THOMAS D. 

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193. MOONEY, FRED 

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194. MORTON, ELEANOR 

Josiah White, prince of pioneers. New York: Stephen 
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White was an important figure in the development of the anthra- 
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195. MORY, SAMUEL A. 

History of coal mining in Laurel County, Kentucky, 1750 
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196. MOSS, ALEX 

Highlights in the coal trade during the war period. Coal 
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197. MOURAT, MARY P. 

A history of coal mining in West Virginia to 1933. Thesis. 
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198. NEW ERA IN THE COAL TRADE 

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The introduction of steam colliers to take the place of schooners will 
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199. NEW YORK COAL COMPANY 

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200. NICOLLS, WILLIAM J. 

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History and general account of coal mining in the area. 

201. NICOLLS, WILLIAM J. 

Coal catechism. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1898. 218p. 
An introduction to the history, geology, production etc. of coal. 

202. NICOLLS, WILLIAM J. 

The story of American coals. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 
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203. THE NORTH AMERICAN (PHILADELPHIA) 

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204. NOTICE OF COAL MINES IN ILLINOIS 

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Short account of the Mount Carbon coal mines near Brownsville. 

205. OHIO. DEPT. OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. DIVISION OF LABOR 
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Two billion tons of coal; a report of bituminous coal pro- 
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206. ON COAL AS A FUEL IN AMERICA 

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"Would it not be in the interest of the United States to establish a 
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207. P. & M. HISTORY 

Coal Age Oct. 1966 82-168. 

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208. PAPANIKOLAS, HELEN Z. 

The Greeks of Carbon County. Utah Historical Quarterly 
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A large number of Greek immigrants were attracted to the newly- 
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209. PAPANIKOLAS, HELEN Z. 

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210. PATTERSON, JOSEPH F. 

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211. PATTERSON, LOUISE H. 

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{esse Fell and his discovery of anthracite coal in the Wyoming Val- 
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212. PAUL, WOLFGANG 

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A collection dealing with the history, folklore, music etc. of all types 
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213. PEACH ORCHARD COAL COMPANY 

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"The works and lands of the Company are situated in Lawrence 
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214. PEARCE, ALBERT 

The growth and development of the Kentucky coal indus- 
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215. PENNSYLVANIA COAL REGION 

Harper 27: 455-67 1863. 
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216. PENNSYLVANIA. DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUS- 
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An excellent source for statistical information; arranged by county. 

217. PENNSYLVANIA. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

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218. PENNSYLVANIA. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON 
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219. PHULIPPS, G. JENKINS 

Systems of mining coal and metalliferous veins fully ex- 
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220. PICKARD, CLAUDE E. 

The western Kentucky coal field: the influence of coal 
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221. PIERCE, JAMES 

Anthracite region of Pennsylvania. [Hazard's] Register of 
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222. PIERCE, JAMES 

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223. PIERCE, RICHARD A. 

The Russian coal mine on the Kenai. Alaska Journal 5: 
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224. PITTSBURGH AND BUFFALO COMPANY 

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225. POCAHONTAS OPERATORS ASSOCIATION 

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226. POLIN1AK, LOUIS 

When coal was king; mining Pennsylvania's anthracite. 
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227. POMEROY, S. 

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228. POMEROY, SAMUEL W. 

Remarks on the coal region between Cumberland and 
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229. POWELL, H. BENJAMIN 

Coal, Philadelphia, and the Schuylkill. Dissertation. Le- 
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230. POWELL, H. BENJAMIN 

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A documentary history of the establishment of an early center of 
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231. POWELL, WILLIAM E. 

European settlement in the Cherokee-Craford coal field of 
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The demand for labor in the mines caused a considerable immigra- 
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232. PROPOSED PLAN FOR SMELTING IRON ORE WITH ANTHRACITE 
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Journal of the Franklin Institute 8: 231-32 1831. 

233. PRYDE, GEORGE B. 

The Union Pacific Coal Company, 1868-1952. Annals of 
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234. RANDOLPH, B. S. 

History of the Maryland coal region. Maryland Geological 
Survey 5: 529-618 1905. 

Includes short accounts of the major coal mining companies oper- 
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235. RANDOLPH, L. S. 

Virginia anthracite coal. Cassier's Magazine 27: 328-36 
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History and general description of the area. 

236. RANICK, ELMER 

In the mines . . . two women remember. Mountain Life 
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Women recall working in the mines with their fathers in Va. and 
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237. RASHJLE1GH, ALICE V. n 

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238. RELATIVE VALUE OF STONE COAL AND CORD WOOD 

Western Journal 2: 175-77 1849. 

Coal said to be superior to cord wood as a fuel for steamboats. 

239. REMARKS UPON THE USE OF ANTHRACITE AND ITS APPLICATION 
TO THE VARIOUS PURPOSES OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY 

Journal of the Franklin Institute 2: 292-95 1826. 

Author advocates the use of anthracite for heating and cooking in 
the home and notes ways that it may be used most effectively. 

240. REYNOLDS, S. C. 

The snow-bird mine. Coal Age 14: 58-59 1918. 

Discussion of the many small "wagon mines" which developed as a 
result of the high price of coal. 

241. RHODES, JAMES F. 

The coal and iron industry of Cleveland. Magazine of 
Western History 2: 337-45 1885. 

242. RICE, OTIS K. 

Coal mining in the Kanawha Valley to 1861: a view of in- 
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Problems of financing and transportation gready hindered the de- 
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243. RICH, PAUL . 

Early industries in Perry County, Illinois. Illinois Histor- 
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Coal mining was the principal industry. 

244. RICHARDS, W. B. 

The story of coal. Coal Age 15: 441-45 1919. 

Devoted largely to the early history of coal mining in Pennsylvania. 

245. RICHARDSON, RICHARD 

Memoir of Joseph White; showing his connection with the 
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246. RICHMOND, WILLIAM H. 

Recollections of ninety five years in Connecticut and the 
anthracite regions of Pennsylvania. Journal of American 
History 13: 257-72 1919. 

The above is part 2 of the series and is confined to Richmond's ex- 
periences in the coal region. 

247. RICKARD, THOMAS A. 

A history of American mining. New York: McGraw-Hill, 
1932. 419p. 

248. RIDGWAY, THOMAS S. 

Memorial of Prof. Ridgway in relation to the coal field of 
Rhode Island. Providence, 1870. 12p. 

249. ROBBINS, w. B. 

Cheap fuel. Louisville, 1855. 16p. 

A discussion of the need for "effective organization" in procuring 
cheap coal from Mason County, Virginia. The newly-chartered 
Kentucky Fuel Company was advanced as the solution. 

250. ROBERTS, DERRELL 

Joseph E. Brown and his Georgia mines. Georgia Histor- 
ical Quarterly 52: 285-92 1968. 

Account of a leading business and political figure of post Civil War 
Georgia. 

251. ROBERTS, W. F. 

Abstract of a report on the coal and iron estate of the Little 
Scnuylkill Navigation, Railroad and Coal Company. Phila- 
delphia: John C. Clark, 1846. 21p. 

"Great as the coal trade now seems ... it can scarcely yet be con- 
sidered as past its infancy." 

252. ROBERTS. W. F. 

Reports upon the West Hazleton and Cattawissa Falls, 
and the East Mahanoy coal and iron estates. Philadelphia: 
John C. Clark, 1846. 22p. 

253. ROCKVILLE COAL MINING COMPANY ( JEFFERSON COUNTY, 
OHIO) 

Articles of association, constitution and by-laws, articles of 
agreement. Steubenville, Ohio, 1853. 12p. 

254. ROSS, HUGH 

John Lewis and the election of 1940. Labor History 17: 
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255. ROTHERT, OTTO A. 

Coal mining and its bearing on local history. Kentucky 
Historical Society. Register 12: 33-36 1914. 

256. ROTHERT, OTTO A. 

Coal mining history of Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. 
Coal Age 5: 10-11 1914. 

257. ROY, ANDREW 

The coal mines. Cleveland: Robinson, Savage & Co., 1876. 
367p. 

A general discussion of the history, technology and current state 
of the industry. 

258. ROY, ANDREW 

A history of the coal miners of the U.S., from the develop- 
ment of the mines to the close of the anthracite strike of 
1902, 3rd ed., rev. and enl. Columbus, Ohio; Trouger Print- 
ing Co., 1907. 465p. ( 1903 ed. has 454 p. ) 

259. ROY, ANDREW 

The Jackson shaft coal and the Wellston coal of Jackson 
County (Ohio). Ohio Mining Journal 2: 162-75 1883/84. 

Much historical information 

260. ROY, ANDREW 

The Ohio coal field. Ohio Mining Journal 2: 121-29 1883/ 
84. 

A history of the field's development. 

261. RUFFIN, EDMUND 

Visit to Graham's coal pits. Farmers Register 5: 315-19 
1837. 

In the Virginia coal fields. 

262. RUTHERFORD, GEORGE W. 

A management analysis of the coal chemical industry. 
Thesis. University of Pennsylvania. 1960. 

263. RUTLAND, ROBERT 

The mining camps of Iowa: faded sources of Hawkeye his- 
tory, loxva Journal of History 54: 35-42 1956. 

264. RUTLEDGE, J. J. 

Recollections on early mining in Illinois. Illinois Mining 
Institute. Proceedings 52: 76-84 1944. 

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265. RYAN, FREDERICK 

The development of coal operators' associations in the 
Southwest. Southwestern Social Science Quarterly 14: 133- 
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266. SALINE COAL AND MANUFACTURING CO. 

Report of the president and directors . . . Cincinnati: T. 
Wrightson, 1855. 91p. 

267. SCHAEFER, DONALD F. 

A quantitative description and analysis of the growth of 
the Pennsylvania anthracite coal industry, 1820-1865. Dis- 
sertation. University of North Carolina. 1967. 234p. 

268. SHAMOKIN COAL AND DRON COMPANY 

Brief sketch of the peculiar advantages of the Shamokin 
Coal and Iron Company. Philadelphia: Brown, Bicking & 
Guilbert 1841. 33p. 

269. SHEPPARD, MURIEL 

Cloud by day, the story of coal and coke and people. Cha- 
pel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1947. 266p. 

A description of economic and social conditions in the coal and coke 
regions of south-western Pennsylvania. 

270. SHURICK, ADAM 

The coal industry. Boston: Little, Brown, 1924. 383p. 

History, mining methods, distribution, economic and sociological 
conditions. 

271. Sn.T.IMAN, BENJAMIN 

Anthracite coal of Pennsylvania . . . Remarks upon its pro- 
perties and economic uses. American Journal of Science 
10: 331-51 1826. 



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272. SILLIMAN, BENJAMIN 

Anthracite coal of Rhode Island. American Journal of 
Science 11: 78-1001826. 

273. SELLIMAN, BENJAMIN 

Notes on a journey from New Haven, Connecticut, to 
Mauch Chunk and other anthracite regions of Pennsyl- 
vania. American Journal of Science 19: 1-21 1831. 



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274. SILLIMAN, BENJAMIN & O. B. HUBBARD 

Chemical examination of Bituminous Coal from the pits of 
the Mid Lothian Coal Mining Company, south side of 
James River . . . American Journal of Science 42: 369-74 
1842. 

"We hesitate not to recommend it as an excellent fuel, which has 
no occasion to shun a comparison with the best mineral coal of this 
country or of Europe". 

275. SLAB FORK COAL COMPANY 

Golden Anniversary celebration. Beckley, West Virginia, 
1957. 24p. 

Slab Fork Coal Co. was the first major producer in the Winding 
Gulf smokeless coal field in West Virginia. This booklet contains 
much historical information. 

276. SLUZALIS, STANLEY E. 

Land of the black diamond. New York: Vantage Press, 
1969. 68p. 

Sketches of the history, manners and customs in the Pennsylvania 
anthracite region. Author was a miner. 

277. SMITH, EUGENE 

Historical account of coal mining operations in Alabama 
since 1853. In Alabama Geological Survey. Progress Report 
for 1875. pp. 28-44. 

278. SMURTHWAITE, WILLIAM 

Coal mining at Steuben ville, Ohio. Ohio Mining Journal 
1: 53-59 1882/83. 

279. SMURTHWAITE, WILLIAM 

Sketch of the development of the Steubenville shaft mines. 
Ohio Mining Journal 2: 100-5 1883/84. 

280. STODDARD, PAUL W. 

The knowledge of coal and iron in Ohio before 1835. Ohio 
Archaeol. & Historical Quarterly 38: 219-30 1929. 

281. STRONG, HENRY K. 

Report to the Legislature of Pennsylvania containing a 
description of the Swatara mining district. Harrisburg: 
Boas & Coplan, 1839. 61p. 

282. STURGEON, MYRON T. 

History of Ohio's northernmost coal mine. Ohio Journal of 
Science 44: 255-64 1944. 

In Geauga County. 

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283. SWAIN, GEORGE T. 

The incomparable Don Chafin: review of the life of Lo- 
gan's dauntless and indomitable sheriff, who prevented the 
invasion of Logan County on two occasions by armed min- 
ers from the Kanawha Valley coal fields. Charleston, West 
Virginia, 1962. 40p. 

284. SWANK, JAMES M. 

History of the manufacture of iron in all ages . . . Also a 
history of early coal mining in the United States. Philadel- 
phia: American Iron & Steel Association 2nd ed. 1892. 
554p. 

285. SWANK, JAMES M. 

Introduction to the history of iron making and coal mining 
in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1878. 125p. 

286. SWEET, SYLVANUS H. 

Special report on coal: showing its distribution, classifica- 
tion and cost delivered over different routes to various 
points in the State of New York and the principal cities on 
the Atlantic coast. New York: Van Nostrand, 1866. 94p. 

287. SWISHER, JACOB A. 

The rise and fall of Buxton. Palimpsest 26: 179-92 1946. 
Brief account of the famous coal mining community in Iowa. 

288. SWITCH-BACK RAILROAD 

Historical sketch of the switchback railroad, the discovery 
of anthracite coal, and an account of the rise and growth 
of the Lehigh Coal & Navigation Company, New York, 
1882. 20p. 

289. SYCAMORE COAL MINES 

Description of the Sycamore Coal Mines, plan of a mining 
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1850. 12p. J 

290. TAMS, W. P. JR. 

The smokeless coal fields of West Virginia; a brief history. 
Morgantown, West Virginia University Library, 1963. 
106p. 

Tarns was one of the leading operators in the southern West Vir- 
ginia coal fields. His book is by far the best single source of infor- 
mation for this area. 



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291. TANKERSLEY, ALLEN P. 

Zachariah Hemdon Gordon (1796-1886). Georgia Histori- 
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Gordon was, among other things, an operator of coal mines in 
Georgia and Alabama. 

292. TAYLOR, GEORGE 

Effect of incorporated coal companies upon the anthracite 
coal trade of Pennsylvania. Pottsville: Bannan, 1833. 34p. 

293. TAYLOR, RICHARD C. 

Statistics of coal. Philadelphia: J. W. Moore, 1848. 754p. 

"Production, consumption and commercial distribution in all parts 
of the world; together with their prices, tariffs, duties and interna- 
tional regulations." 

294. TAYLOR, RICHARD C. 

Two reports on the coal lands, mines and improvements of 
the Dauphin and Susquehanna Coal Company and of the 
geological examinations, present condition and prospects 
of the Stoney Creek Coal Estate. Philadelphia, E. G. Dor- 
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295. THARP, MARILYN 

Story of coal at Newcastle. Pacific Northwest Quarterly 
48: 120-26 1957. 

Brief history of the early coal industry in the Seattle, Washington 



296. THOMAS, JERRY B. 

Coal country: the rise of the southern smokeless coal in- 
dustry and its effect on area development, 1872-1910. 
Dissertation. University of North Carolina, 1971. 339p. 

"As in much of Appalachia, the coal industry determined the na- 
ture and pace of southern West Virginia's social and economic de- 
velopment." The impact of the coal industry upon one part of Ap- 
palachia— the southern smokeless coal fields— is the theme of this 
study. 

297. THOMAS, JERRY BRUCE 

The g r o w t h of the coal industry in the Great Kanawha 
Basin. Thesis (M. A.) University of North Carolina, 1967. 
122p. 

298. THOMAS, SAMUEL 

Reminiscences of the early anthracite-iron industry. AIME. 
Transactions 29: 901-28 1899. 

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299. THROOP, BENJAMIN 

A half century in Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1895. 335p. 

Throop, a physician, came to Scranton in 1840. He gives much on 
the development of the mining industry. 

300. THURMOND, WALTER R. 

The Logan Coal Field of West Virginia; a brief history. 
Morgan town: West Virginia University Library, 1964. 
HOp. 

The author was a leading coal operator in the Logan Field and was 
for many years Secretary of the Southern Coal Producers Associa- 
tion. 

301. TIPTON, J. C. 

Cumberland coal fields and its creators. Middlesboro, Ken- 
tucky. Pinnacle Printery, 1905. 112p. 

302. TUOMEY, M. 

Notice of the Appomattox coal pits. Farmers Register. 10: 
449-50 1842. 

Virginia coal fields. 

303. UNION PACIFIC COAL COMPANY 

History of the Union Pacific coal mines, 1868 to 1940. 
Omaha: Colonial Press. 1940. 265p. 

304. UNION POTOMAC COMPANY 

Charters . . . with a letter addressed to Duff Green, by the 
Hon. Charles Kinsey, on the subject of the coal and iron 
mines in the counties of Hampshire, Virginia and Alle- 
ghany, Maryland. Washington: Duff Green, 1836. 43p. 

305. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE 

Coal trade-Richmond. Washington, 1837. 8p. (24th Cong., 
2nd. Sess. House. Doc. 93). 

Petition of Virginia coal operators against a reduction of duties on 
coal. 

306. VERHOFF, MARY 

The Kentucky mountains, transportation and commerce, 
1750-1911; a study in the economic history of a coal field. 
Louisville: Filson Club, 1911. 208p. (Filson Club Publi- 
cation 26). 

307. VENING, STANLEY A. 

Men and coal in Kansas, their history and politics. Thesis. 
University of Kansas. 1957. 246p. 

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308. VISIT TO A COAL MINE 

Hunt's Merchants' Magazine 30: 245-47 1854. 

Account of a mining operation in the Wyoming Valley of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

309. VISIT TO THE LACKAWANNA MINES 

Knickerbocker 15: 102-6 1840. 

310. WAGNER, E. A. 

The Girard coal lands: a history describing the purchase, 
attempted development and later successful working of the 
coal property, which was bequeathed to the City of Phila- 
delphia by Stephen Girard. Colliery Engineer. In install- 
ments through volumes 8 and 9 (1887-1889). 

311. WALKER, ELMORE 

The Pennsylvania coal fields and their connections with 
and relation to Buffalo. Buffalo: Matthews & Warren, 
1868. 64p. 

312. WALLING, HENRY F. 

The Morris and Essex R. R. and the anthracite coal regions 
of Pennsylvania. New York, 1867. 63p. 

i"With sketches of cities, villages, stations, scenery, and objects of 
interest along the route." 

313. WALTER, R. A. 

Historical sketch of the George's Creek (Maryland) coal 
region. Coal Age 5: 995-1000 1914. 

314. WALTERS, A. 

Coal deposits of Boulder County, Colorado. American 
Journal of Mining 4: 242 1867. 

Brief account of development and early status of mining in the area. 

315. WALTON, THOMAS H. 

Life in coal mines. Lippincott's Monthly Magazine 3: 517- 
21 1869. 

Author describes the rough and dangerous work of miners. 
Written from his own experience in the mines. 

316. WARDLEY, C. S. 

The early development of the H. C. Frick Coke Company. 
Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 32: 79-86 1949. 

Covers the period from approximately 1882 to 1901. 

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317. WEST VIRGINIA COAL MINING COMPANY, INC. 

Charter. Washington: J. T. Towers, 1848. 23p. 

318. WEST VIRGINIA GHOST TOWNS 

Mountain Trace Spring 1976 41-45. 

Description and photographs of two once booming coal towns in the 
New River field. 

319. WHITE, ELIZABETH 

Development of the bituminous coal mining industry in 
Logan County, West Virginia. Thesis. Marshall College. 
1956. 

320. WHITE, JOSIAH 

Josiah White's history, given by himself. [Philadelphia, 
1909]. 75p. 

"The journal of Josiah White is published, as giving in detail the 
circumstances which led to the introduction of canal navigation and 
the use of anthracite coal in Pennsylvania." 

321. WHITTLESEY, CHARLES 

Discovery of coal in Ohio and early mine work. Ohio Min- 
ing Journal 2: 15-17 1883/84. 

322. WHITTLESEY, CHARLES 

History of the coal and iron business from Cleveland as it 
is, 1872. [Cleveland, 1872]. 8p. 

323. WILLIAMS, JOHN A. 

The bituminous coal lobby and the Wilson-Gorman Tariff 
of 1894. Maryland Historical Magazine 68: 273-287 Sum- 
mer 1973. 

How Henry G. Davis, Stephen B. Elkins, and Richard C. Kerns ral- 
lied the seaboard producers to exert their influence in congress and 
successfully defended the duty on coal. 

324. WILLIAMS, JOHN A. 

West Virginia and the captains of industry. Morgantown: 
West Virginia University Library. 1976. 363p. 

Includes much material on the development of the coal industry in 
West Virginia. 

325. WITT, MATT 

Coalfield education: do our children leam their labor her- 
itage in school. United Mine Workers Journal Mr 16/31, 
1975 13-23. 

With few exceptions, schools in the coalfields teach little or noth- 
ing about the dtvolopment of the coal industry. 

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326. WOODWORTH, JAY B. 

The history of conditions of mining in the Richmond coal 
basin, Virginia. AIME. Transaction 31: 477-84 1901. 

327. WOOLDRIDGE, A. S. 

Geological and statistical notice of the coal mines in the 
vicinity of Virginia. American Journal of Science 43: 1-13 
1842. 

Largely historical in nature, the title to the contrary. 

328. WYOMING COAL 

Hazard 's Register of Pennsylvania 6: 314-15 1830. 
Account of the coal trade in the Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania. 

329. YEARLEY, C. K. 

Enterprise and anthracite: economics and democracy in 
Schuylkill County, 1820-1875. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins 
Press, 1961. 254p. (Johns Hopkins University Studies in 
Historical and Political Science 79: 1). 



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330. ADAMS, JOHN W. 

Costs and efficiency in the wholesaling and retailing of 
coal. Ann. Amer. Acad. Ill: 145-54 1924. 

331. ADAMS, ROBERT T. 

Technology and productivity in bituminous coal. MLR 84: 
1081-86 1961. 

332. ADAMS, RUSSELL K. 

A study of marginal coal mines in southern West Virginia. 
Thesis. University of Pennsylvania. 1954. 

333. ADDERFER, EVAN 

Paleozoic pains in Pennsylvania. Federal Reserve Bank of 
Philadelphia. Business Review F 1963 3-13. 

334. AM AX COAL PUTS IT ALL TOGETHER 

Coal Age Oct. 1974 91-138. 

A "corporate profile" of Amax Coal. 

335. AMERICAN ENGINEERING COUNCIL 

Industrial coal; purchase, delivery and storage. New York: 
Ronald Press, 1924. 419p. 

336. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING, METALLURGICAL, AND 
PETROLEUM ENGINEERS 

Gasification and liquefaction of coal. New York, 1953. 
221p. 

337. ANKENY, MARLING J. 

A look at coal's future markets. Public Utilities Fortnightly 
70: 413-17 1962. 

A generally optimistic view by the director of the U. S. Bureau of 
Mines. 



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338. ANTHRACITE COAL PRODUCTION CONTROL PLAN 

University of Pennsylvania Law Review 102: 368-94 1954. 
A history and analysis of the Plan, in effect since 1941. 

339. APPALACHIAN COAL TODAY— AND TOMORROW 

Coal Age Mid-May 1975 

Entire issue is devoted to the coal industry in Appalachia, its present 
state and future prospects. 

340. ARCHBALD, HUGH 

The problem of efficiency and cost reduction in coal min- 
ing. Ann. Amer. Acad. Ill: 181-190 1924. 

341. ASHBURNER, CHARLES A. 

Coal trade and miners' wages in the United States in the 
year 1888. AIME. Transactions 18: 122-39 1889/90. 

342. ASHLEY, GEORGE H. 

New Coal age. Economic Geology 44: 161-68 1949. 

Author sees a bright future for the coal industry. His optimism bas- 
ed on a sharp increase in the need for power and the assumed un- 
availability of other power sources in significant quantities at com- 
petitive prices. 

343. ASHLEY, GEORGE H. 

The valuation of public coal lands. Washington: GPO, 
1910. 75p. (USGS, Bulletin 424). 

344. ASHLEY, WILLIAM J. 

The adjustment of wages; a study in the coal and iron in- 
dustries of Great Britain and America. London and New 
York: Longmans, 1903. 362p. 

345. ASHMEAD, DEVER C. 

Can anthracite mines be operated profitably on more than 
one shift. AIME. Transactions 68: 332-59 1922. 

346. AURAND, HAROLD W. 

Diversifying the economy of the anthracite regions, 1880- 
1900. Pennsylvania Magazine of History & Biography 94: 
54-61 1970. 

347. AVRIL, LAWRENCE P. 

Variations in the financial experience of bituminous coal 
companies. Thesis. Indiana University. 1950. 



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348. AYER, THOMAS P. 

Coal prices: a selected bibliography. Ann. Amer. Acad. 
Ill: 344-62 1924. 

349. BACK TO GOOD OLE COAL 

Southern Exposure Fall 1974 164-69. 

"The coal industry is more highly concentrated, better financed, and 
more monopolistically controlled than ever before". 

350. BACKMAN, JULES 

Bituminous coal wages, profits and productivity. [Wash- 
ington], 1950. 128p. 

Prepared for the Southern Coal Producers Association. 

351. BAKERMAN, THEODORE 

Anthracite coal; a study of advanced industrial decline. Ph. 
D. University of Pennsylvania. 1956. 

352. BARGER, HAROLD AND S. H. SCHURR 

The mining industries, 1899-1939. A study of output, em- 
ployment and productivity. New York: National Bureau of 
Economic Research, 1944. 452p. (Its Publication No. 43). 

353. BARKUS, GARY 

The West Virginia tax structure: the people and coal. 
Charleston: Appalachian Research and Defense Fund, 
1971. 27p. 

354. BEDDOW, w. w. 

Coal company organization. Coal Age 13: 788-80 1918. 

Author urges better coordination of departments in the management 
of coal companies. 

355. BERGER ASSOCIATES, AND A. B. RIEDEL ASSOCIATES 

Evaluation of mining constraints to the revitalization of 
Pennsylvania anthracite. Washington: Bureau of Mines, 
1975. 375p. (Distributed by National Technical Informa- 
tion Service, PB-242 580). 

"Objective . . . was to evaluate the technical and economic con- 
straints on the extraction and utilization of anthracite coal and to 
determine the research and development needed. 

356. BERNHEIMER, F. P. 

Study of the Pennsylvania anthracite coal tax. Thesis. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. 1925. 



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357. BEZANSON, ANNE 

Earnings of coal miners. Ann. Amcr. Acad. 11: 1-11 1924. 

358. BIELICKI, RICHARD J. AND DAVID C. UHRIN 

Coal mine equipment forecast to 1985. Washington: GPO, 
1976. 37p. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 
8710). 

Study "Estimates the number of major pieces of coal mining equip- 
ment that will he required to produce 950 million tons of market- 
able coal in 1SS0 and 1.2 billion tons in 1985." 

359. BITUMINOUS COAL; RICHEST MAN ON POOR STREET 

Forbes Ja 1, 1958 67-70. 

"Coal management rarely makes its riches pay their way." 

360. BLANKENSHIP, RONDAL C. 

Appalachian Coals, Inc.; a bituminous coal producers' mar- 
keting agency. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1949. 70p. 

361. BLOCH, LOUIS 

The coal miners' insecurity. New York: Russell Sage Foun- 
dation, 1922. 50p. 

Stresses irregularity of employment in the coal industry. 

362. BOCKUS, C. E. 

Bituminous coal problems. Harvard Business Review 1: 
290-99 1923. 

363. BOECKLIN, WERNER 

The coal industry of Greater New York. Engineering 
Magazine 35: 893-905 1908. 

364. BONDURANT, DONALD M. 

A new technique for evaluating coal property for ad val- 
orem tax assessment. West Virginia Law Review 76: 337- 
341 1974. 

Describes the new method and its adventages. A major plus is that 
it "will remove the county to county variances in assessed values. . ." 

365. BOOZ, ALLEN AND HAMILTON, INC. 

Study of the eastern industrial coal market. Washington: 
Office of Coal Research, 1967. 95p. 

366. BOOZ, ALLEN AND HAMILTON, INC. 

Survey of opportunities to stimulate coal utilization. Wash- 
ington: Office of Coal Research, 1962. 2 vols. 

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367. BOSTON. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. COMMITTEE ON FUEL 
SUPPLY 

The buying and handling of steam coal; report by the 
committee on Fuel Supply of the Boston Chamber of Com- 
merce, November, 1909. [Boston, 1909]. 48p. 

368. BOULDING, RUSSELL 

What is pure coal. Environment Ja/Feb 1976 12-17. 

"The tendency of coal investigators to deal with coal on a weight 
basis rather than on a Btu basis has lead to serious misrepresenta- 
tions of coal data". 

369. BOWDEN, WITT 

Wage and price structure in the bituminous coal industry. 
MLR 53: 293-313 1941. 

370. BOWMAN, MARY J. AND W. W. HAYNES 

Resources and people in East Kentucky: Problems and po- 
tentials of a lagging economy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 
1963. 448p. 

371. BRADLEY, JOSEPH G. 

Southern coal production and distribution in relation to 
American industry. American Mining Congress. Proceed- 
ings 25: 86-92 1922. 

372. BRODERICK, GRACE N. 

Supply and demand for energy in the United States by 
states and regions, 1960 and 1965. Washington: GPO, 1969, 
21p. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8401). 

A four-part study. This Circular deals with coal. 

373. BROWN, P. AND A. KOUZIAN 

Wage structure in bituminous coal mining, fall of 1945. 
MLR 62: 550-59 1946. 

374. BUCHANAN, JOHN A. 

A survey of labor requirements in northern West Virginia 
coal mines in 1957. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1960. 
73p. 

375. BURKE, STEPHEN P. 

"Price-fixing" in the bituminous coal industry; a legal-econ- 
omic problem. Fairmont, West Virginia, 1935. 40p. 

376. BURROWS, JOHN S. 

Results of purchasing coal under government specifica- 
tions. Washington: GPO, 1909. 44p. (USGS. Bulletin 378). 

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377. CAMPBELL, ROLLA D. AND OTHERS 

Ad valorum taxation of coal bearing lands in West Vir- 
ginia, a viewpoint of the coal industry. West Virginia Law 
Review 76: 343-65 1974. 

378. CAMPBELL, THOMAS C. 

Competition in the bituminous coal industry. West Vir- 
ginia Academy of Sciences. Proceedings 23: 128-32 1951. 

"There is little doublt that the bituminous coal industry is almost 
perfectly competitive." 

379. CARTER, EDWARD W. 

Price fixing in the bituminous coal industry. Ann. Amer. 
Acad. 193: 120-29 1937. 

380. CHANCE, H. M. 

Appraisal of coal lands for taxation. AIME. Transactions 
50: 625-39 1914. 

381. CHANCE, H. M. 

Appraisal of coal properties. AIME. Transactions 74: 443- 
55 1926. 

382. CHANCE, H. M. 

Appraisement of Michigan coal lands. Coal Age 2: 13-14. 
51-53 1912. 

383. CHANCE, H. M. 

Valuation of coal land. AIME. Transactions 47: 111-46 
1913. 

384. CHAPLIN, RONALD L. 

Spatial changes in coal employment within Southern Illin- 
ois. Thesis. Southern Illinois University. 1961. 

385. CHARLE, EDWIN G. 

The demand for coal for power generation in the Tennes- 
see Valley. Dissertation. University of Indiana. 1958. 228p. 

386. CHARLES RIVER ASSOCIATES 

Economic impact of public policy on the Appalachian 
coal industry and the regional economy. Cambridge, 1973. 
3 vols. 



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387. CHRISTENSON, CARROLL L. 

Economic redevelopment in bituminous coal; the special 
case of technological advance in United States coal mines. 
1930-1960. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1962. 
312p. (Wertheim Publications in Industrial Relations). 

388. CHRISTENSON, CARROLL L. 

The impact of labor disputes upon coal consumption. 
American Economic Review 45: 79-112 1955. 

389. CHRISTENSON, CARROLL L. 

The theory of the offset factor: the impact of labor disput- 
es upon coal production. American Economic Review 43: 
513-47 1953. 

390. CLAYTON, E. E. 

An economic analysis of labor conditions in the Indiana 
coal industry in 1932. Thesis. Indiana University. 1941. 

391. COAL 

Fortune Mr 1947 85-99; Ap 1947 99-105. 

A series of articles on "our No. 1 national resources, which we 
mine inefficiently, transport wastefully and consume foolishly." 

392. COAL CHALLENGE AND RESPONSE 

Forbes My 15, 1963 23-7. 

"Now coal may be poised for a real comeback." 

393. COAL COMPANY GETS OFF THE HOOK 

Business Week Ap 20, 1957 99-100. 

The revitalization of the Philadelphia & Reading Co. 

394. COAL FOR THE 70's: A PENNSYLVANIA ACTION CONFERENCE 

Middletown: Institute of State and Regional Affairs, 
Pennsylvania State University, Capitol Campus, 1974. 
339p. 

395. COAL INDUSTRY MAKES A DRAMATIC COMEBACK 

Business Week 50-5+ Nov. 4 1972. 

396. COAL INDUSTRY'S CONTROVERSIAL MOVE WEST 

Business Week My 11, 1974 134-38. 



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397. COAL SHEIK 

Forbes Sept. 15, 1975 84-85. 

James Harless. a southern West Virginia coal operator, is one of 
many who became rich as a result of the rise in coal prices as a re- 
sult of OPECs activities. 

398. COAL: THE BASIC ANSWER FOR THE NEXT DOZEN YEARS 

Business Week Ap 21, 1973 54-6. 

"No industry has a greater opportunity to capitalize on the energy 
crisis than coal." 

399. COAL: THE DWINDLING DOMAIN 

Fortune S 1953 61-2. 

"We are a 450-million-ton industry still trying to act like a 750-mil- 
lion ton industry." 

400. COAL, THE PITT-CONSOL ADVENTURE 

Fortune Jl 1947 96-105. 

Account of the Pittsburgh-Consolidation Coal Co. 

401. coal's COMEBACK AT MOSS NO. 3 
Fortune O 1963 130-35. 

Moss No. 3 is the giant mine of the Clinchfield Coal Company 
( Pittston ) in south-west Virginia. The mine is an example of the 
massive investment now being made in coal. 

402. COHN, ELCHANAN AND OTHERS 

Forecasting aggregate demand for coal miners. Applied 
Economics 7: 81-92 1975. 

"Based on the demand and supply forecasts, it does not appear that 
manpower shortages are likly to occur in the bituminous coal min- 
ing industry either in 1985 or 2000." 

403. COHN, ELCHANAN AND OTHERS 

Forecasting aggregate supply of coal miners. Socio-Econ- 
omic Planning Sciences 8: 293-99 1974. 

404. COLEMAN, RON 

Coal's Happy Face. Commonwealth (Virginia) Ja 1976 
18-21. 

Account of the economic boom in Buchanan County, Va. 

405. COMANOR, WILLIAM S. 

Competition and the performance of the midwestern coal 
industry'. Journal of Industrial Economics 14: 212-225 1966. 

"The midwestern coal industry does not appear to be a valid ex- 
ception to the general proposition that market performance is best 
served by the promotion of competition." 

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406. COMPLETED WAGE SCHEDULE FOR BITUMINOUS COAL INDUS- 
TRY 

MLR 37: 1073-81 1933. 

407. CONE, FREDERICK L. AND JACK SCHMULOWITZ 

Impact of black lung benefits on public assistance. Social 
Security Bulletin Nov. 1972 15-19. 

408. CONFERENCE ON THE COMMERCIAL AND ECONOMIC HEALTH 
OF THE BITUMINOUS COAL INDUSTRY, WEST VIRGINIA UNIVER- 
SITY, 1953. 

Proceedings. Morgantown: West Virginia University, 1954. 
14p. (Business and Economic Studies 3: 1). 

409. CONFERENCE ON ECONOMIC RESEARCH IN THE BITUMINOUS 
COAL INDUSTRY 

Proceedings. Morgantown: West Virginia University, 1953. 
15p. ( West Virginia University Business & Economic Stud- 
ies 2:2). 

410. CONFERENCE ON PRICE RESEARCH 

Report of the Committee on Prices in the Bituminous Coal 
Industry. New York: National Bureau of Economics Re- 
search, 1938. 144p. 

411. CONSOLIDATED COAL COMPANY 

Coal Age Sept. 1972 89-156. 

Issue devoted to the various operations of the Consolidation Coal 
Co. 

412. COWAN, DONALD R. 

More capital equipment: coal's foremost economic need. 
Washington: National Coal Association, [1948]. 59p. 

413. CREWS, RALPH 

Cooperation in the marketing of coal. American Marketing 
Congress. Proceedings 19: 184-92 1916. 

414. CRUM, W. L. AND H. B. VANDERBLUE 

Coal mining and the business cycle. Harvard Business Re- 
view 4: 71-77 1925. 

415. CUSHING, GEORGE H. 

Selling coal. American Economic Association. Papers & 
Proceedings 11: 85-93 1921. 



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416. DAVID, JOHN P. 

Earnings, health, safety, and welfare of bituminous coal 
miners since the encouragement of mechanization by the 
United Mine Workers of America. Dissertation. West Vir- 
ginia University, 1972. 295p. 

417. DAVIS, BLAINE A. 

Marketing problems of bituminous coal. Harvard Business 
Review 11: 97-106 1932. 

418. DAY, DAVID T. 

The course of the retail coal trade. National Geographic 
13: 394-98 1902. 

419. DEANS, PARKE P. 

Coal mining and workmen's compensation (with discus- 
sion). U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Bulletin 511: 279- 
91 1930. 

420. DEASY, GEORGE F. AND PHYLLIS R. GRIESS 

Local and regional differences in long term bituminous 
coal production prospects in eastern United States. Asso- 
ciation of American Geographers. Annals 57: 519-33 1967. 

The major objective of the study is to attempt "to forecast future 
local and regional responses to the forthcoming increase in national 
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435. DUNHAM, JAMES AND OTHERS 

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439. EASTERN ASSOCIATED COAL CORP. 

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441. EDMONSON, NATHAN 

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445. FALTERMAYER, EDMUND 

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448. FISHER, STAN 

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454. FLEMING, HENRY S. 

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458. FORSYTHE, J. R. 

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459. FOSTER ASSOCIATES, INC. 

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463. FRITZ, W. G. AND T. A. VEENSTRA 

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"With special reference to Pennsylvania." 

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464. FULLER, JUSTIN 

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465. GANDY, HARRY L. 

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466. GANYARD, DAVID W. 

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468. GINGER, RAY 

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469. GITLOW, A. L. 

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471. GORDON, RICHARD L. 

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472. GORDON, RICHARD L. 

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473. GRADY, WILLIAM H. 

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474. GRAYSON, CHARLES 

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474a. GREENBAUM, MARGARET E. 

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475. HACHMAN, FRANK C. 

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479. HAMILTON, WALTER H. 

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480. HAMILTON, WALTER H. AND HELEN R. WRIGHT 

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481. HAMILTON, WALTER H. AND HELEN R. WRIGHT 

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482. HAMMOND, M. B. 

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484. HARD COAL 

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485. HARDESTY, C. HOWARD 

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The nation has failed to implement policies which would make pos- 
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486. HARLINE, OSMOND L. 

Economics of the Indiana coal industry. Dissertation. In- 
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487. HARRIS, GEORGE W. 

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488. HARSHBARGER, RICHARD B. 

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488a. HARVEY, CURTIS E. 

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489. HARVEY, CURTIS E. AND PHILIP J. KARST 

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490. HAYNES, WILLIAM H. 

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494. HENDERSON, JAMES M. 

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495. HENRY, JOHN P. AND RICHARD A. SCHMIDT 

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496. HESSE, ALFRED W. 

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497. HIGH PRICES NOT SO HIGH FOR THE MINER 

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499. HOLM, EDWIN E. 

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506. ILLINOIS COAL OPERATORS ASSOCIATION 

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"An illustration of arbitrary maintenance ... of conditions of com- 
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507. IOWA. STATE PLANNING BOARD 

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508. IRWIN, n. o. 

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Practices at the Benham, Kentucky mines of the Wisconsin Steel. 



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509. ISLAND CREEK; COAL AT A PROFIT 

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510. JACKSON, DANIEL 

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511. JACKSON, DANIEL 

Sherwood Diversified Services joins nation's coal produ- 
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Development and current operations of Sherwood's surface mining 
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512. JACKSON, DANIEL 

Zapata Norness emerging as a major coal producer. Coal 
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513. JAMES, CHARLES M. 

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514. JOHNSON, JAMES P. 

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515. JONES, F. ADDISON 

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517. KATELL, SIDNEY AND OTHERS 

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520. KENNEDY, THOMAS 

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521. KENNELL, H. RICHARD AND OTHERS 

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522. KIESSLING, O. E. 

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523. KIESSLING, O. E. AND F. G. TYRON 

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524. KILLEEN, JOHN F. 

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525. KING, CLYDE L., ED. 

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526. KISH, GABE 

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527. KOLDE, ENDEL JAKOB 

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528. LAMB, GEORGE A. 

The bituminous coal rate structure. Thesis. Yale University. 
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529. LEBUS, WILLIAM F. 

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530. LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION COMPANY 

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531. I.ETSENRTNG, E. B. 

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532. LEO KRAMER, INC. 

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533. LEONARD, JOSEPH W. AND CHARLES T. HOLLAND 

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The West Virginia University Coal Research Bureau attempts to 
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534. LESHER, C. E. 

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535. LESHER, C. E. 

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536. LESSING, LAWRENCE 

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537. LEWIS, W. DAVID 

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538. LIBBY, JOHN H. 

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539. LIGNITE HAS ITS DRAWBACKS BUT ITS CHEAP 

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542. LITTLE ( ARTHUR D ) INC. 

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543. LOVE, ROBERT A. 

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544. LOWRIE, RAYMOND L. 

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545. LUBIN, ISADOR 

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546. LUCAS, JOHN W. 

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547. LUCAS, JOSEPH R. 

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549. MC CLOUD, LELAND W. 

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550. MC GRAW-HILL DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS 

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551. MC KIE, JAMES W. 

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552. MADDALA, G. S. 

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553. MARKON, GEORGE 

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554. MARKS, AVRUM 

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555. MARTENS, CHARLES D. 

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557. MEADE, EDWARD S. 

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558. MELTON, JOHN R. 

Coal reserves should be the subject of equitable ad valo- 
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559. MERRILL, WILLIAM M. 

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Deals with coal from seven counties of Virginia and West Virginia, 
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560. MIERNYK, WTLLIAM H. 

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The rising price of coal in U. S. will cause "a regional shift of real 
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563. MIHALEK, JOHN A. 

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564. MILLER, E. WILLARD 

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565. MILLER, E. WILLARD 

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565a. MILLER, SAUNDERS 

The economics of nuclear and coal power. New York: Prae- 
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567. MONELL, LOUIS F. 

Factors affecting international coal trade. Thesis. West Vir- 
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568. MOORE, JAMES R. 

An inquiry concerning the status of the coal economy in 
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569. MORGAN, JOHN D. 

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570. MORRIS, ISRAEL W. 

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574. MOYER, REED 

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575. MOYER, REED 

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576. MUELHOF, WILLIAM E. 

An evaluation of the pension plans in the anthracite coal 
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577. MULHOLLAND, JOSEPH P. AND DOUGLAS W. WEBRINK 

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Includes a section on the coal industry. 

578. MURPHY, RAYMOND E. 

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579. MURRAY, T. J. 

Investment nobody knowns about. Duns Review Ap 1965 
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580. MUTSCHLER, PAUL H. 

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582. NATHAN ( ROBERT R. ) ASSOCIATES 

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583. NATHAN (ROBERT R.) ASSOCIATES 

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584. NATIONAL COAL ASSOCIATION 

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585. NATIONAL COAL ASSOCIATION 

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586. NATIONAL FUELS AND ENERGY STUDY GROUP 

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587. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE BOARD 

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588. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE BOARD 

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589. NATIONAL PETROLEUM COUNCIL 

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A detailed study of the supply and likely demand for coal. New 
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590. NEARING, SCOTT 

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591. NEARING, SCOTT 

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592. NEBRASKA. UNIVERSITY. COMMITTEE ON BUSINESS RESEARCH 

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593. NEPHEW, EDMUND A. 

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595. NEWHOUSE, JOSEPH 

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597. NORRIS, R. V. 

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598. OHIO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

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599. OHIO. COAL MINING COMMISSION 

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"To investigate and report an equitable method of weighing coal at 
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600. ORMISTON, THOMAS AND ROGER BROWN 

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601. OSBORN, ELBURT F. 

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604. PARKER, EDWARD W. 

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605. PARKER, EDWARD W. 

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606. PARKER, EDWARD W. 

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610. PEABODY COAL COMPANY 

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611. PEARSON, RONALD C 

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614. PENNSYLVANIA. ANTHRACITE COAL INDUSTRY COMMISSION 

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615. PENNSYLVANIA. ANTHRACITE COAL INDUSTRY COMMISSION 

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616. PENNSYLVANIA. ANTHRACITE COAL INDUSTRY COMMISSION 

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617. PENNSYLVANIA. COMMISSIONERS TO INVESTIGATE THE BITU- 
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618. PENNSYLVANIA. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. JOINT STATE GOVERN- 
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619. PENNSYLVANIA. GREATER PENNSYLVANIA COUNCIL 

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620. PENNSYLVANIA. GREATER PENNSYLVANIA COUNCIL 

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621. PERRY, HARRY 

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622. PHILLIPS, JAMES G. 

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623. PICKETT, TOM 

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624. PINCHOT, GEFFORD 

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625. PINKOWSKI, EDWARD 

Joseph Battin. Pennsylvania Magazine of History & Rio- 
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626. PITTSBURGH. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

Plight of the coal industry in Western Pennsylvania and 
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627. POSEY, THOMAS E. 

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628. POTTER, CHARLES J. 

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629. PRIVRATSKY, BRUCE 

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630. PULTZ, J. L. 

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631. RANDALL, D. T. 

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632. RAU, OTTO M. 

Preliminary report on stabilization of Illinois coal industry. 
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633. RAUSHENBUSH, HILMAR 

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634. REED, WILLIAM B. 

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635. REES, ALBERT 

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636. REEVES, H. C. AND H. A. SPALDING 

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637. REITELL, CHARLES 

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638. RICE, GEORGE S. 

Standardization of coals for the trade. American Mining 
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639. RICE, JAMES P. 

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640. RIDGEWAY, JAMES 

Japanese colonialism in Appalachia Ramparts. 11: 16-18+ 
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641. RIDGEWAY, JAMES 

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641a. RIEBER, MICHAEL 

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642. RISSER, HUBERT E. 

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643. RISSER, HUBERT E. 

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644. RISSER, HUBERT E. 

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645. RISSER, HUBERT E. 

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646. ROBERTS, PETER 

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"A study of the economic conditions and relations of the cooperative 
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648. RYAN, JOHN T. 

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649. SAALBACH, WILLIAM F. 

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650. SALARIES OF MINE OFFICIALS 

Coal Age 12: 594-95, 629 1917. 

Gives average salaries by state of mine officials— superintendents, 
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651. SALVATERRA, A. C. 

The application of computers in the mining industry. 
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652. SALVATI, RAYMOND E. 

Island Creek, a career company devoted to coal. New 
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653. SAUNDERS (W. B. ) & CO. 

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654. SAWARD, FREDERICK 

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655. SAWARD, FREDERICK 

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656. SAWARD, FREDERICK 

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657. SAWARD, FREDERICK 

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658. SAWARD, FREDERICK 

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659. SAWHILL, JOHN C. 

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660. SAYE, WILLIAM H. 

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661. SCHENCK, GEORGE H. K. AND JOHN J. SCHANZ 

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An extensive analysis of the net contributions of coal to the econ- 
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662. SEAR1GHT, WALTER V. 

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663. SHURICK, ADAM 

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664. SISLER, JAMES D. 

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665. SKAGGS, CHARLES P. 

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666. SMITH, BRUCE W. 

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667. SMITH, FRANK G. 

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668. SMITH, GEORGE O. AND C. E. LESHER 

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669. SMITH, GEORGE O. 

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670. SMITHERS, F. S. & COMPANY 

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671. SOMERS, GERALD G. 

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672. SOMERS, GERALD G. 

Labor supply for manufacturing in a coal area. Monthly 
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673. SOUTHERN WEST VIRGINIA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORA- 
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674. SPAID, ORA 

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Very substantial growth in Appalachian coal production will take 
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675. SQUIRES, ARTHUR M. 

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Clean power is possible provided there is a large investment in re- 
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676. SQUIRES, ARTHUR M. 

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677. STARR, GEORGE W. 

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678. "statement of facts" from the operators of the middle 

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679. STEIN, JANE 

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680. STEPHENS, RODERICK 

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680a. STEVENS, THOMAS H. 

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681. STEWART, E. 

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682. STEWART, E. 

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683. STEWART, E. 

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684. STEWART, PAUL D. 

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A socio-economic study of Boone, Logan and Raleigh counties. 

685. STOCK, A. R. 

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Coal operators in Missouri and Kansas establish a cooperative ad- 
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686. SUFFERN, ARTHUR E. AND OTHERS 

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687. SYMPOSIUM ON GOAL AND PUBLIC POLICIES 

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688. TABB, WILLIAM K. 

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689. TAYLOR, JOHN R. 

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690. TAYLOR, SAMUEL A. 

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691. TENNESSEE. GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

Legislative Council Committee study on the coal industry. 
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692. TENNESSEE. UNIVERSITY. APPALACHIAN RESOURCES PROJECT 

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693. TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY. OFFICE OF POWER. 

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694. THOMAS, B. B. 

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695. THOMAS, E. H. C. 

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696. THOMPSON, J. c. 

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697. THOMPSON, JAMES H. 

The changing markets for West Virginia Coal 1951-1963. 
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698. THOMPSON, JAMES H. 

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700. THOMPSON, JAMES H. 

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"Purpose of this paper is to describe and analyze, from an economic 
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701. THORNLEY, FRED C. 

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702. THORP, WILLIAM L. 

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704. TRACY, ELEANOR J. 

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The International Carbon and Minerals Group, controlled largely by 
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705. TRAER, GLENN W. 

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Author urges greater efficiency and the merging of small units. 

706. TRAPNELL, W. C. AND RALPH ISLEY 

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707. TROTT, HARLAN 

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Author maintains that oil could now be produced economically from 
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708. TRYON, F. G. 

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709. TUGENDHAT, GEORGE 

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710. TURNER, HARRY 

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711. U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION. TECHNICAL INFORMATION 
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713. U. S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS 

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713a. U. S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS 

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716. U. S. CONGRESS. COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

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717. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE 

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718. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE 

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719. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOR- 
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720. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 

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721. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 

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722. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE 

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723. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE 

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724. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE 

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fuel, granting additional powers to Interstate Commerce 
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ities in interstate commerce during present and any suc- 
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725. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE 

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726. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTEROIR AND INSU- 
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Coal policy issues. Washington: GPO, 1974. 2 vols. 

727. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
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Coal research. Hearings before the Sub-committee on 
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728. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
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Greater coal utilization. Washington: GPO, 1975. 469p. 

Hearings on S. 1777, a bill to require that electric powerplants "be 
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729. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
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National fuels study. Hearings before the Committee on 
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730. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
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Report of the national fuels and energy study group on 
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731. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INDUS- 
TRIAL AFFAIRS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON MINERALS, MATERIALS, 
AND FUELS 

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732. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
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733. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COM- 
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Increased price of coal; hearings before subcommittee pur- 
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734. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOR- 
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735. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
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736. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
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737. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON MANUFACTURERS 

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738. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON MANUFACTURE 

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739. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS. SUB- 
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740. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE 
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741. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE 
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742. U. S. FEDERAL ENERGY ADMINISTRATION 

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743. UNITED STATES FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

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744. U. S. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

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745. U. S. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

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746. U. S. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

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747. U. S. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 

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748. U. S. STEEL COAL ALSO IS INVOLVED 

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749. U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

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751. UP IN SMOKE 

Forbes Dec 15, 1975 28-30. 

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752. UTAH. COMMITTEE TO STUDY OPERATIONS OF STATE GOVERN- 
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754. VANCE, STANLEY C. 

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755. VAN HISE CHARLES R. 

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757. VINCENT, MERLE D. 

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758. VIRGINIA. DIVISION OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOP- 
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759. VIRTUE, g. o. 

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760. VOGTLE, A. W. 

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761. VOSKUIL, WALTER H. 

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762. VOSKUIL, WALTER H. 

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763. WADLEIGH, F. R. 

International trade in coal. Ann. Amer. Acad. 127: 102-11 
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764. WADLEIGH, F. R. 

Our future in the trade. Coal Age 2: 894-97 1912; 3: 215-17 
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765. WADLEIGH, F. R. 

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766. WALKER, ALBERT H. 

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Deals largely with the Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Co. 

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767. WALKER, FRANCIS 

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768. WALSH, JOHN 

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770. WARNER, FAYETTE S. 

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771. WARRINER. S. D. 

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772. WATKINS, HAROLD M. 

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773. WATSON, WTLLIAM D. 

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774. WEAVER, PAUL H. 

Behind the big scrubber fracas. Fortune Feb 1975 106-10. 

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Unemployment in a depressed coal-mining area in south- 
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776. WEINBERG, EDGAR 

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777. WEST, JIM 

U. S. oils pour money into expanding coal production. Oil 
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778. WEST VIRGINIA. LEGISLATURE. JOINT COMMITTEE ON GOVERN- 
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779. WESTERN COAL. 

Coal Age Apr 1973 41-257 

This issue is devoted to the opportunities and problems involved in 
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780. WIMPFEN, SHELDON P. 

Factors affecting development of the new values of coal. 
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781. WTNG, DAVID L. 

Cost, prices, and profits of the bituminous coal industry. 
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782. WING, DAVID L. 

The need for uniform and up-to-date data on the cost of 
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Neither the government nor the public has sufficient information on 
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783. WOLFE, CHARLES F. 

The marketing of Hocking Valley coal in the Columbus 
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784. WOLFE, THOMAS M. 

Recent changes in the bituminous coal industry. Harvard 
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785. WOOLRICH, WILLIS R. 

The purchase and storage of domestic coal. Knoxville, 
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786. WOZNIEWICZ, EDWARD J. 

Causes and remedies of declining employment in the 
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787. YOUNG, GORDON 

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Useful and well-illustrated review of the problems and prospects of 
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788. YOUNG, W. H. AND F. G. TYRON 

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789. ZANDARSKI, JOSEPH R. 

Problems in the anthracite industry with special reference 
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790. ZWARTENDYK, JAN 

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This study consists of two distinct parts. Part 1 is a comprehensive 
overview of pertinent information. Part II provides an analysis of 
economic aspects of surface subsidence and establishes a frame- 
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791. ALABAMA COAL COMMISSION 

Message of Thomas E. Kilby, governor . . . with report of 
Commission to Inquire into the Differences between Op- 
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Supplemental report. Montgomery: Brown Printing Co., 1920. 12p. 
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792. ALABAMA COAL OPERATORS ASSOCIATION 

Joint scale convention of the Alabama Coal Operators As- 
sociation and the United Mine Workers of America. . . and 
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793. ALBRIGHT, CHARLES 

The great Mollie Maguire trials in Carbon and Schuylkill 
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794. ALINSKY, SAUL 

John L.: something of a man. Nation 208: 827-8 1969. 

795. ALINSKY, SAUL 

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796. ALLEN, DANIEL 

Mine war in Pennsylvania. Nation 137: 176-77 1933. 

Highly partisan account of the strike in the bituminous coal fields 
of southwestern Pennsylvania. 

797. ALLEN, HENRY J. 

How Kansas broke a strike and would solve the labor pro- 
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88 



As the result of a coal strike, Kansas established a Court of Indus- 
trial Relations to eompel settlement of labor disputes 

798. AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

The Kentucky miners' struggle. New York, 1932. 23p. 

799. AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

War on the Colorado miners. New York, 1928. lip. 

800. AMMONS, ELIAS M. 

Colorado strike. North American Review 200: 35-44 1914. 
Author was Governor of Colorado. 

801. ANDERSON, GEORGE J. 

Labor policy in the bituminous coal industry. New York, 
1922. 41p. 

802. ANDERSON, L. C. 

Mine labor conditions in West Virginia. Outlook 82: 861- 
62 1906. 

803. ANGLE, PAUL M. 

Bloody Williamson; a chapter in American lawlessness. 
New York: Knopf, 1952. 300p. 

Account of the so-called Herrin Massacre (Sept. 1922) and related 
violence in the coal fields of southern Illinois. 

804. ANSLEY, FRAN AND BRENDA BELL 

Miners' insurrection/convict labor. Southern Exposure. 1: 
3/4 1973/4 144-159. 

Account of the violence growing out of the use of convict labor in 
the coal mines of East Tennessee. 

805. ANSLEY, FRAN AND BRENDA BELL 

Strikes in the coal camps. Southern Exposure 1: 3/4 114-36 
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Account of labor disputes in the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee 
in 1937. Center of trouble was in the Davidson-Wilder area. 

806. ANSON, CHARLES F. 

A history of the labor movement in West Virginia. Thesis. 
University of North Carolina. 1940. 343p. 

807. ANTHRACITE BUREAU OF INFORMATION 

The anthracite strike of 1922; a chronological statement of 
the communications and negotiations between the hard 
coal operators and the United Mine Workers of America. 
Philadelphia, n.d. 62p. 

89 



808. ANTHRACITE BUREAU OF INFORMATION 

The anthracite strike of 1925-1926 . . . Philadelphia, 1926. 
54p. 

809. ANTHRACITE COAL CRISIS AND CONDITIONS IN WEST VIRGINIA 

Outlook 82: 575-78 1906. 

810. THE ANTHRACITE MINERS' CONVENTION 

Coal Age 1: 1076-77 1911/12. 

Report of a tri-district convention of anthracite miners. 

811. ANTHRACITE OPERATORS 

Before the U. S. Anthracite Coal Commission. Exhibits of 
the anthracite operators in reply to exhibits presented by 
the anthracite mine workers. Scranton, 1920. Various pag- 
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812. ANTHRACITE STRIKE: ITS SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS EFFECTS 

Outlook 72: 585-89 1902. 

813. APPALACHIAN COAL MINERS WANT DECENT WORKING CONDI- 
TIONS 

Brookside, Ky.?, 1973. 7p. 

A pro-union account of the issues and events relating to the strike 
against the Eastover Mining Co., near Brookside, Ky. 

814. ARCHBALD, HUGH 

The four hour day in coal; a study of the relation between 
the engineering of the organization of work and the dis- 
content among the workers in the coal mines. New York: 
H. W. Wilson, 1922. 148p. 

815. ARMBRISTER, TREVOR 

Act of Vengeance. New York: Saturday Review Press, 
1975 341p. 

"The Yablonski murders and their solution". 

816. ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE KANAWHA OPERATORS 
AND THE UMWA 

Coal and Coke My 1, 1904 10-13; N 1, 1904 8-9. 
Includes wages, hours, working conditions, etc. 

817. AURAND, AMMON M. 

Historical account of the Mollie Maguires and James "Mc- 
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ciations and decay of a terrorist secret organization in the 

90 



Pennsylvania coal fields during and following the Civil 
War. Harrisburg: Priv. print., 1940. 32p. 

818. AURAND, HAROLD W. 

The anthracite mine workers, 1869-1897: a functional ap- 
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University. 1969. 396p. 

819. AURAND, HAROLD W. 

From the Molly Maguires to the United Mine Workers; the 
social ecology of an industrial union. Philadelphia: Temple 
University Press, 1971. 221p. 

820. AURAND, HAROLD W. 

Workingmen's Benevolent Association. Labor History 7: 
19-34 1966. 

"During its brief seven-year life (1868-1975) the Workingmen's 
Benevolent Association became the anthracite miners' first industry- 
wide labor union". 

821. BACH, E. E. 

Social and religious organizations as factors in labor pro- 
blems. AIME. Transactions 59: 590-611 1918. 

Mr. Bach was "Sociological Director" of the Ellsworth Collieries 
Co., Ellsworth, Pennsylvania. 

822. BAILEY, KENNETH R. 

Tell the boys to fall in line. West Virginia History 32: 224- 
37 1970/71. 

Account of the unsuccessful strikes of the UM WA in West Virginia 
during the first half of 1894. 

823. BAKER, RAY S. 

The right to work: the story of the non-striking miners. 
McClures 20: 323-36 1902/3. 

The Anthracite Strike. 

824. BALTIMORE SUN ( NEWSPAPER ) 

Mingo County West Virginia coal strike. Baltimore, 1921. 
18p. 

Beprint of a series of articles appearing in the Baltimore Sun. Janu- 
ary 23-25, 1921. 

825. BANCROFT, THOMAS B. 

Strikes in the Ohio coal fields. Ohio Mining Journal 3: 3 
1885 27-40. 

Includes copies of agreements and contracts between miners and 
operators. 

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826. BANNARD, WILLIAM N. 

Weary land, a study of the early labor relations in the an- 
thracite coal fields, n.p., 194-?. 166p. proc. 

827. BARATZ, MORTON S. 

The union and the coal industry. New Haven: Yale Uni- 
versity Press, 1955. 170p. (Yale Studies in Economics 4). 

828. BARB, JOHN MELLIKEN 

Strikes in the southern West Virginia coal fields, 1912-1922. 
Thesis. West Virginia University. 1949. 137p. 

829. BARTHOLOMEW, HARVEY E. 

Anarchy in Colorado: who is to blame. Denver: Bartholo- 
mew Publishing Company, 1905. 136p. 

830. BATTLE AT BROOKSIDE 

United Mine Workers Journal Apr. 1-15, 1974 5-7. 

831. BAYARD, CHARLES J. 

The 1927-1928 Colorado coal strike. Pacific Historical Re- 
view 32: 235-50 1963. 

832. BEAME, EDMOND M. 

Jacksonville agreement: quest for stability in coal. Indus- 
trial and Labor Relations Review 8: 195-203 1955. 

The Jacksonville Agreement, signed F 19, 1924, was a three-year 
contract between UMW and Operators of the Central Competitive 
Field. 

833. BEMIS, EDWARD W. 

Mine labor in the Hocking Valley. Saratoga, New York: 
American Economic Association, 1888. 15p. (American 
Economic Association. Publication 1888-89. 3: 3 pp.27-42). 

834. BENSON, h. w. 

Miners for Democracy: a report from West Virginia. Dis- 
sent 19: 632-38 1972. 

835. BERLE, A. A. 

The Colorado mine war. Bibliotheca Sacra 1914: 548-72. 

836. BERNSTEIN, IRVING AND HUGH G. LOVELL 

Are coal strikes national emergencies? Industrial & Labor 
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Reviews legal decisions concerning such strikes, 1937-50. 

92 



837. BESHOAR, BARRON B. 

Out of the depths; the story of John R. Lawson, a labor 
leader. Denver, 1942. 372p. 

£?, n o ta ^ S , . much useful '"nformation on the Colorado miners' strike of 
1913-1914. 

838. BETHELL, THOMAS N. 

Conspiracy in coal. Huntington, W. Va.: Appalachian 
Movement Press 1971. 36p. 

UMWA officials have little interest in providing any real help to 
the miners. 

839. BETHELL, THOMAS N. 

South-east Coal Co. in a battle for life. Appalachian Look- 
out Dec 1968, 3-6. 

The efforts of a small coal mining company to hold out against the 
pressures of the union and of the giant companies of the coal in- 
dustry. 

839a. BETHELL, TOM 

1974: Contract at Brookside. Southern Exposure 4- 114-18 
1976. 

Account of UMWA activities and problems in Harlan County Ken- 
tucky. 

840. BIMBA, ANTHONY 

The Molly Maguires. New York: International Publishers, 
1932. 144p. 

Deals with the troubles in the anthracite coal regions of Pennsyl- 
vania, circa 1875. 

840a. BISHOP, BILL 

1931: The battle at Evarts. Southern Exposure 4: 92-101 
1976. 

Labor troubles in Harlan County, Kentucky. 

841. BITTNER, VAN A. 

Wages in bituminous coal mines as viewed by the miners. 
Ann. Amer. Acad. Ill: 39-42 1924. 

"The earning of bituminous coal miners have always been notorious- 
ly low.' 

842. BITUMINOUS COAL STOPPAGE, 1939 

MLR 49: 691-703 1939. 

Includes text of Appalachian Agreement. 

93 



843. bituminous operators' special committee 
Comparative efficiency of labor in the bituminous coal in- 
dustry under union and non-union operation. Submitted to 
the United State Coal commission by the Bituminous Op- 
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844. bituminous operators' special committee 

Letter and brief on the campaign of aggression of the Uni- 
ted Mine Workers of America in 1922. in enforcing the 
domination of their monoploy in the State of Ohio. Wash- 
ington, 1923. 18p. 

845. bituminous operators' special committee 

Letter and statement to the United States Coal Commis- 
sion on Herrin. n.p., [1923]. 50p. 

846. bituminous operators' special committee 
Maryland; the campaign of violence conducted by the 
UMWA against the open shop mines in the Georges Creek 
and Upper Potomac fields n.p., 1923. 50p. 

847. bituminous operators' special committee 

United Mine Workers in West Virginia; submitted to the 
United States Coal Commission, Aug. 1923. n.p., 1923. 
121p. 

Account of violations of law and order on the part of the UMWA 
and its supporters. 

848. the "black diamond" vs. demagogism 
Black Diamond 5: 210, 251-52 1889/90. 

Attack on labor leaders who hold miners in "demagogic thraldom." 

849. blankenhorn, heber 

Marching through West Virginia. Nation 113: 288-89 1921. 

Account of events leading up to the "march on Logan". 



850. BLANKENHORN, HEBER 

The strike for unions a study of the non-union question in 
coal and the problems of the democratic movement. New 
York: H. W. Wilson, 1923 (1924). 259p. 

"Based on the record of the Somerset (Pennsylvania) strike, 1922- 
23." 



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851. BLIZZARD, WILLIAM C. 

There's never peace in West Virginia's hills. Nation 177: 
548-49 1953. 

Description of conditions at Widen, West Virginia. 

852. BLOCH, LOUIS 

Labor agreements in coal mines; a case study of agree- 
ments between miners' and operators' organizations in the 
bituminous coal mines of Illinois. New York: Russell Sage 
Foundation, 1931. 513p. 

853. BLUE EAGLE AND THE MINERS 

New Republic 77: 34-5 1933. 

i\RA officials said to favor J. L. Lewis in his struggle with the Pro- 
gressive Miners of America in Illinois. 

854. BOARD OF REFERENCE REPORTS ON WAGE DISPUTE IN ANTHRA- 
CITE INDUSTRY 

MLR 36: 815-18 1933. 

855. BOUGHTON, EDWARD J. 

Coal strike and rebellion in Colorado. Chicago: National 
Founders' Association, 1915. 27p. 

856. BOWDEN, WITT 

The changing status of bituminous coal miners, 1937-1946. 
Washington: GPO, 1946. lOp. (Bureau of Labor Statistics. 
Bulletin 882). 

Appeared also in MLR 63: 165-76 1946. 

857. BOWDEN, WITT 

Two alternatives in the settlement of the Colorado coal 
strike. Survey 31: 320-22 1913. 

858. BRADLEY, JOSEPH G. 

The coal operator and the coal miner— a partnership, n.p., 
West Virginia Mining Institute, 1922. 16p. 

859. BRANSCOME, JAMES 

Death and rebellion in the UMW; an epitaph for corrup- 
tion. Appalachian Journal Autumn 1973, 209-12. 

Summary of the many facets of corruption within the union and the 
betrayal of the Appalachian miner by John L. Lewis and Tony 
Boyle. 



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860. BRANSCOME, JAMES 

Through mine disaster, carnage and the Yablonski murders 
emerges Arnold Miller. Southern Voices Mr/ Apr 1974 66, 
68-70. 

861. BROEHL, WAYNE G. 

The Molly Maguires. Cambridge: Harvard University 
Press, 1964. 409p. 

862. BROOKS, JOHN G. 

An impression of the anthracite coal troubles. Yale Review 
6: 306-11 1897/98. 

Strike of 1897. 

863. BROOKS, JOHN G. 

The public and the anthracite coal strike. Economic Jour- 
nal 13: 364-72 1903. 

864. BROOKSIDE MINE 1974 

Southern Exposure Spring/ Summer 1974 52-56. 
Account of aspects of the strike, including two ballads. 

865. BROPHY, JOHN 

A miner's life. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 
1964. 320p. 

Autobiography of one of the more important leaders in the Amer- 
ican labor movement. 

866. BROPHY, JOHN 

President Lewis and the coal miners. New Republic 61: 
145-6 1929. 

"Judged by any standard, the Lewis machine has failed." 

867. BROPHY, JOHN 

Report of John Brophy, president, to the membership of 
District 2, UMWA. March, 1927. n.p., 1927. 20p. 

868. BROWN, STUART 

A man named Tony. New York: W. W. Norton, 1975. 
Deals with the trials growing out of the Yablonski murders. 

869. BRUERE, ROBERT W. 

Mind of the anthracite miners. Survey 55: 16-19 1925. 

Author feels that the relations between miner and mine owner have 
improved and will continue to do so. 

96 



870. BUBKA, TONY 

Harlan County coal strike of 1931. Labor History 11: 41- 
57 1970. 

An account of the Harlan strike both before and after the entry of 
the National Miners Union. 

871. BYARS, J. C. JR. 

Harlan County, act of God? Nation 134: 672-4 1932. 
Miners and their families are close to starvation. 

872. CALDWELL, NAT AND GENE S. GRAHAM 

The strange romance between John L. Lewis and Cyrus 
Eaton. Harpers Dec 1961 25-32. 

"The first full report on a case revealing a conspiracy in which a 
big union and a big capitalist got together to force little coal mines 
out of business and thousands of miners out of work." 

873. CAPTIVE COAL MINE STRIKE AND SETTLEMENT 

Monthly Labor Review 54: 94-7 1942. 

Captive mines were located in Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West 
Virginia. 

874. CARNES, CECIL 

John L. Lewis: leader of labor. New York: Robert Speller, 
1936. 331p. 

874a. CARR, JOE D. 

Labor conflict in the eastern Kentucky coal fields. Filson 
Club Historical Quarterly 47: 179-92 1973. 

Account of conflicts during the 1930*s. 

875. CARRITT, G. 

American students and Kentucky gunmen. New Statesman 
and Nation 3: 703-704 1932. 

Short account of the expedition of the National Student League to 
the Kentucky coal fields. 

876. CARTER, CHARLES F. 

The West Virginia coal insurrection. North American Re- 
view 198: 457-69 1913. 

877. CARTER, CHARLES F. 

Murder to maintain coal monopoly. Current History 15: 
597-603 1922. 

". . . twenty-three years of arson, assault and assassination in West 
Virginia." 

97 



878. GARY, LORIN L. 

Adolph Germer: from labor agitator to labor professional. 
Dissertation. University of Wisconsin. 1968. 276p. 

Germer was active in the UMWA from 1900 to 1916. 

879. CARY, LORIN L. 

The Reorganized Mine Workers of America, 1930-1931. 
Illinois State Historical Society Journal 66: 245-70 1973. 

Account of the development and demise of the organization. 

880. CASHMAN, JOSEPH T. 

America asleep; the menace of radicalism. New York: Na- 
tional Security league, 1923. 15p. 

Attack on the UMWA. 

881. CASSIDY, ROBERT 

Solidarity: mine workers united against the United Mine 
Workers. New Republic Mr 6, 1971 14-16. 

882. CAUSES AND SETTLEMENT OF COAL STRIKE 

Review of Reviews 26: 515-527 1902. 

883. CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA COAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION 

Bituminous coal mining lectures. Altoona, Pennsylvania, 
1949. 148p. 

Contains sections on labor relations and economics. 

884. CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN 

The special case of John L. Lewis. Fortune Sept 1943 106- 

9+. 

"His philosophy of expedience has immediate and long-term 
dangers". 

885. CHAMBERLAIN, NEIL W. AND JANE M. SCHILLING 

The impact of strikes; their social and economic costs. New 
York: Harper, 1954. 257p. 

Chapters 4-6 deal with coal strikes, 1939-1950. 

886. CHAPLIN, HERMAN W. 

The coal mines and the public. Boston, New York: J. B. 
Millet, 1902. 63p. 

"A popular statement of the legal aspects of the coal problem, and 
of the rights of consumers." Deals with the anthracite strike of 
1902. 



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887. CHILDS, MARQUIS W. 

Illinois mine battle. New Republic 72: 121-23 1932. 

888. CITIZENS PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO THE BROOKSIDE STRIKE 

Proceedings of the citizens public inquiry into the Brook- 
side Strike, March 11 and 12, 1974, Harlan County, Ken- 
tucky. Evarts, Ky., 1974. 300p. 

889. CLAPP, THOMAS C. 

The bituminous coal strike of 1943. Dissertation. Univer- 
sity of Toledo, 1974. 27 lp. 

890. CLARK, J. M. 

Coal production and the strike settlement. Journal of Poli- 
tical Economy 28: 80-84 1920. 

891. CLARK, WALTER 

Government ownership the inevitable if not the immediate 
result of the strike. American Law Review 56: 776-83 1922. 

892. COAL AND KENTUCKY 

Commonweal 30: 129-30 1939. 

A collection of editorial opinion on the coal strike of 1939. 

893. COAL MINERS' COMBINATION 

Scientific American 20: 377 1869. 

Editorial against the "excessive" demands of the miners. 

894. COAL MINING CONDITIONS IN COLORADO 

Monthly Labor Review 26: 1131-36 1928. 

Report of the Industrial Commission of Colorado concerning the 
strike in the Colorado coal fields organized by the IWW in 1927. 

895. COCHRAN, JOHN A. 

Collective bargaining in the bituminous coal industry. Dis- 
sertation. Harvard University, 1949. 

896. COLE, E. L. 

Anthracite coal strike situation. Coal Age 1: 601-3 1911/12. 

897. COLEMAN, JAMES W. 

Labor disturbances in Pennsylvania, 1850-1880. Disserta- 
tion. Catholic University. 1936. 

A study of the labor disturbances in the Pennsylvania coal regions 
led by the Molly Maguires. (Published without thesis notes as: The 
Molly Maguire riots). 

99 



898. COLEMAN, JAMES W. 

The Molly Maguire riots; industrial conflict in the Pennsyl- 
vania coal region. Richmond: Garratt & Massie, 1936. 
189p. 

899. COLEMAN, MCALISTER 

A week in West Virginia. Survey 53: 532-34 1925. 
Account of labor unrest in the southern West Virginia coal fields. 

900. COLEMAN, MCALISTER 

Men and coal. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1943. 350p. 

Deals largely with labor relations and working conditions in the 
coal industry. Part of the "Labor in Twentieth Century America" 



901. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND COLORADO 

Survey 33: 426-30 1915. 

Exchange of letters between J. D. Rockefeller, Jr.; W. L. M. King 
and J. F. Welbom. 

902. COLORADO INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 

The United Mine Workers of America, District No. 15, em- 
ployees of the Colorado Fuel & Iron Co. vs. the Colorado 
Fuel & Iron Co. Findings and award. [Denver. 1917?] 25p. 

903. COLORADO MINE OPERATORS' ASSOCIATION 

Criminal record of the Western Federation of Miners, 
Coeur DAlene to Cripple Creek 1894-1904. [Denver], 
1904. 32p. 

904. COLORADO NATIONAL GUARD. COMMANDING GENERAL 

The military occupation of the coal strike zone of Colorado 
by the Colorado National Guard, 1913-1914. Denver: 
Smith-Brooks Printing Co., 1914. 119p. 

905. COLORADO. SPECIAL BOARD OF OFFICERS TO INQUIRE INTO THE 
ARMED CONFLICT, APRIL 20, 1914 

Report. Denver: Williamson-Hafner Co., 1914. 29p. 

906. COLORADO STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR 

Militarism in Colorado. Denver, 1914. 16p. 

907. COLORADO STRIKE 

Coal Age 5: 770-77, 809-11, 851-52, 885-86, 891-92, 929-30 
1914. 



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908. COMMITTEE OF COAL MINE MANAGERS 

Facts concerning the struggle in Colorado for industrial 
freedom. Denver, 1914. 72p. 

A reissue of "The struggle in Colorado for industrial freedom" bul- 
letins 1-15, June 22 to Sept. 4, 1914. 

909. THE CONNELLSVILLE SCALE 

Black Diamond 6: 470-71 1890/91. 

Includes wage demands of union and reply of operators. 

910. COOLIDCE, WILLIAM H. 

Brief in behalf of Island Creek Coal Company. Boston 
1921. 16p. 

"In the matter of the hearing before the Committee on Education 
and Labor of the United States Senate to investigate conditions in 
the coal fields of West Virginia and the territory adjacent to 
Kentucky." 

911. CORBIN, DAVTD 

The Socialist and Labor Star. Huntington, W. Va.: Appala- 
chian Movement Press, 1970. 71p. 

Account of a newspaper published in Huntington, West Virginia 
which supported the miners in various disputes between 1912 and 
1915. 

912. CORNELL, ROBERT J. 

The Anthracite coal strike of 1902. Washington: Catholic 
University of America Press, 1957. 279p. 

Bibliography: p. 260-270. The work was submitted as a Ph.D. dis- 
sertation at the Catholic University. 

913. CORT, JOHN C. 

Lewis and the miners. Commonweal 38: 118-22 1943. 
The "miner's side" of the 1943 strike. 

914. COSTELLO, E. J. 

The shame that is Kentucky's. Chicago: General Defense 
Committee, 1932. 27p. 

The "war" in Harlan County. 

915. COSTIGAN, EDWARD P. 

Conditions in the coal mines of Colorado. Washington: 
GPO, 1914. 60p. 

"Brief for the striking miners." 



101 



916. COWAN, PAUL 

Harlan County, April 1974. Village Voice My 2, 1974 32- 
36; My 9, 1974 22-23. 

Account of conditions in Harlan County, Kentucky with special 
emphasis on the Brookside strike. 

917. CRAWFORD, CHARLES B. 

The mine war on Cabin Creek and Paint Creek, West Vir- 
ginia in 1912-13. Thesis. University of Kentucky. 1939. 

918. CREEL, GEORGE 

High cost of hate. Everybody's Magazine 30: 755-70 1914. 
Colorado coal strike. 

919. CULIN, STEWART 

A trooper's narrative of service in the anthracite coal strike, 
1902. Philadelphia: G. W. Jacobs, 1903. 91p. 

920. CUMMINGS, JOHN 

The passing of the coal strike. Journal of Political Econ- 
omy 11: 55-74 1902. 

921. DANIEL, PETE 

The Tennessee convict war. Tennessee Historical Quarter- 
ly 34: 273-92 1975. 

Struggle during the 1890's of the coal miners of East Tennessee 
against the use of convict labor to mine coal. 

922. DAVIS, FRANKLIN R. 

Public reaction and the coal strike of 1919. Thesis (M.A.), 
East Tennessee State University 1968. 97p. 

923. DAVIS, JEROME 

Human rights and coal. Journal of Social Forces 3: 102-6 
1924. 

Author finds little in the way of human rights for the coal miner in 
the West Virginia and southern coal fields. 

924. DAVIS, W. T. 

Southern Colorado coal strike. Outlook 106: 24-26 1914. 

925. DAVIS, w. T. 

Strike war in Colorado. Outlook 107: 67-73 1914. 



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926. DEIMEL, ROBERT W. 

The public relations activity of the United Mine Workers 
of America between 1946 and 1950. Thesis. West Virginia 
University, 1971. 272p. 

927. DENNETT, TYLER 

Walking delegate. Outlook 114: 338-41 1916. 

Account of problems and responsibilities of a union "trouble shoot- 
er" in the coal fields. 

928. DENNISON, HENRY S. AND OTHERS 

Labor relations in the anthracite industry. Washington, 
1923. 66p. 

929. DESTLER, CHESTER 

On the eve of the anthracite coal strike arbitration: Henry 
D. Lloyd at United Mine Workers headquarters October- 
November 1902. Labor History 13: 279 95 1972. 

"The correspondence reproduced here gives us an insight into the 
situation at UMW headquarters in Wilkes Barres fsicl as the strike 
drew to a close and the arbitration impended. The letters illumin- 
ate Lloyd's changing view of Roosevelt and the Commission, his 
contribution to the miners' defense, and his relation to Mitchell." 

930. DEWEES, FRANCIS P. 

The Molly Maguires; the origin, growth and character of 
the organization. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1877. 380p. 

931. DEX, KEITH 

Analysis of West Virginia work stoppages. Morgantown: 
West Virginia University, 1971. 84p. (Institute for Labor 
Studies. Research Series 5). 

932. DEX, KEITH 

Mother Jones. Peoples' Appalachia Jun/Jul 1970. 6-13. 

933. DEX, KEITH 

Union membership in West Virginia: a profile. Morgan- 
town: West Virginia University, 1970. 28p. (Institute for 
Labor Studies. Research Series 4). 

934. DEX, KEITH 

Work stoppages and the grievance procedure in the Ap- 
palachian coal industry. Morgantown: West Virginia Uni- 
versity. Institute for Labor Studies. 1972. 104p. 

Study focuses on the question "why do coal miners resort to wildcat 
strikes rather than use their grievance procedure". 

103 



935. DOS PASSOS, JOHN 

Harlan: working under the gun. New Republic Dec 2, 
1931 62-67. 

Account of labor troubles in Harlan County, Kentucky. 
935a. DRAPER, THEODORE 

Communists and miners. Dissent 19: 371-92 1972. 

History of the generally unsuccessful attempt of the Communist 
Party to organize the miners. 

936. DRUM, FRANCIS J. 

Labor relations from the standpoint of the union. Ann. 
Amer. Acad. Ill: 120-24 1924. 

937. DUNBAR, ANTHONY 

U.M.W. vs. Duke Power: Picket lines in "Bloody Harlan." 
Christianity and Crisis Jan. 21, 1974 290-95. 

938. DURAND, E. DANA 

The anthracite coal strike and its settlement. Political 
Science Quarterly 18: 385-414 1903. 

939. EBERLING, ERNEST J. 

The issues of the anthracite problem. Current History and 
Forum 2A: 247-53 1926. 

Author feels that the miners have been underpaid and provided 
with poor and unsafe working conditions. 

940. EDWARDS, DEBBIE AND OTHERS 

Brookside, Kentucky. Mountain Life & Work Oct. 1973 2-5 
Account of strike for union recognition. 

941. EMMET, BORIS 

Labor relations in the Fairmont, West Virginia bituminous 
coal field. Washington: GPO, 1924. 86p. (Bureau of Labor 
Statistics. Bulletin 361). 

942. EVANS, CHRIS 

History of United Mine Workers of America. Indianapolis 
[1918-1920] vl 1860-1890, v2 1890-1900. 

943. EVERETT, WOODROW W. 

A caterwaul from Egypt; anatomy of the 1922 Herrin Mass- 
acre. New York: Vantage Press, 1970. 105p. 



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944. FEDER, BERNARD 

The collective bargaining and the legislative policies of the 
United Mine Workers of America. 1933-1947. Dissertation. 
New York University. 1957. 557p. 

945. FEDERAL COUNCIL OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST IN AMERICA. 
COMMISSION ON CHURCH AND SOCIAL SERVICE 

The coal controversy . . . New York: The Council, 1922. 
63p. (Its Bulletin No. 2). 

946. FEDERAL COUNCIL OF THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST IN AMERICA. 
DEFT. OF RESEARCH AND EDUCATION 

The coal strike in western Pennsylvania. New York: The 
Council, 1928. 99p. (Its Research Bulletin No. 7). 

947. FEDERATION OF MINERS AND MINE LABORERS OF WEST VIR- 
GINIA 

Report of convention. Black Diamond Ag 1, 1888 p7. 

948. FENOLI, JOHN R. 

Era of conflict in southern Illinois coal fields since 1890. 
Thesis (M.A.). Southern Illinois University. 1962. 150p. 

949. FETHERLING, DALE 

Mother Jones, the miners' angel; a portrait. Carbondale: 
Southern Illinois University Press, 1974. 263p. 

"This book^ is an attempt to chronicle her major actions, to sketch 
her legacy." Includes extensive footnotes and bibliography. 

949a. FILIPPELLI, RONALD L. 

Diary of a strike: George Medrick and the coal strike of 
1927, in Western Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania History 43: 
253-66 1976. 

950. FINK, WALTER H. 

The Ludlow massacre. [Denver: Williamson-Haffner, 
1914] 91p. 

951. FINLEY, JOSEPH 

The corrupt kingdom; the rise and fall of the United Mine 
Workers. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1972. 315p. 

952. FISHER, WALDO E. 

Collective bargaining in bituminous coal. Personnel Jour- 
nal 27: 367-76 1949. 



105 



953. FISHER, WALDO E. 

Collective bargaining in the bituminous coal industry; an 
appraisal. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 
1948. 43p, 

954. FITCH, JOHN A. 

Law and order; the issue in Colorado. Survey 33: 241-58 
1914. 

955. FITCH, JOHN A. 

What Rockefeller knew and what he did. Survey 34: 461- 
72 1915. 

956. FONER. PHILIP S. AND ARCHIE GREEN 

Coal creek rebellion; East Tennessee Miners vs. Convict- 
Labor System. Huntington, W. Va.: Appalachian Move- 
ment Press, 1973. 32p. 

957. FOSTER, JACK RICHARD 

Union on trial: the United Mine Workers of America, Dis- 
trict No. 11 of Indiana, 1930-1940. Dissertation. Ball State 
University, 1967. 225p. 

958. FOSTER, WILLIAM Z. 

The coal miners; their problems in war and peace. New 
York: New Century Publishers, 1945. 24p. 

959. FOWLER, CHARLES B. 

Collective bargaining in the bituminous coal industry. New 
York: Prentice Hall, 1927. 161p. 

960. FOX, HARRY D. 

Thomas T. Haggerty and the formative years of the United 
Mine Workers of America. Dissertation. West Virginia 
University, 1975. 388p. 

Biography of one of the most important of the early leaders of the 
UMW. 

961. FRANK, B. 

Miners unite, for one class struggle union. New York: 
Workers Library, 1934. 47p. 

Violent attack on John L. Lewis. 
961a. FRANK, E. R. 

John L. Lewis and Roosevelt's labor policy. Fourth Inter- 
national 4: 102-6 1943. 



106 



962. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND JOHN L. LEWIS 

Catholic World 145: 385-9 1937. 

963. FRIEDMAN, MORRIS 

The Pinkerton labor spy. New York: Wilshire Book Co., 
1907. 229p. 

Deals largely with activities of Pinkerton agents, especially in Col- 
orado ana Wyoming. 

964. FULLER, CAROL A. 

Analysis of fluctuations in strike activity in the bituminous 
coal industry. Thesis. West Virginia University, 1973. 61p. 

965. GAGLIARDO, DOMENICO 

Labor legislation for Kansas coal mines. Lawrence: Uni- 
versity of Kansas, 1936. 49p. (Kansas Studies in Business 

17). 



966. GALLAGHER, MARY B. 

John L. Lewis: the oratory of pity and indignation. To- 
day's Speech S 1961 15-16. 

967. GANNES, HARRY 

Kentucky miners fight. New York: Workers International 
Relief, 1932. 31p. 

968. GARTIN, EDWIN V. 

West Virginia Mine War of 1912-1913: The progressive 
response. North Dakota Quarterly 41: 12-27 Autumn 1973. 

969. GAY, KATHERINE 

Background of the Gallup riot. Nation 140: 511-12 1935. 

Account of conditions in Gallup. New Mexico leading to the murder 
of a sheriff while evicting an unemployed miner. 

970. GAY, KATHERINE 

Fascism enters New Mexico. Nation 141: 537-38 1935. 
The Gallup case. 

971. GEBHART, JOHN G. 

The economic impact of an industry-wide strike: a case 
study of the 1949-50 coal strike. New York: 1950. 15p. 
(National Assoc, of Manufacturers. Economic Policy Divi- 
sion Series 27 ) . 



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972. GENERAL POLICIES COMMITTEE OF ANTHRACITE OPERATORS 

The anthracite emergency of 1922-1923, and how it was 
handled. Submitted to the United States Coal Commission 
April 23, 1923. n.p., 22p. 

973. GENERAL POLICIES COMMITTEE OF ANTHRACITE OPERATORS 

Need for greater democracy in the union. Philadelphia, 
1923. lip. 

974. GENERAL POLICIES COMMITTEE OF ANTHRACITE OPERATORS 

The union ultimatum; the checkoff or no anthracite. Phila- 
delphia, 1923. 12p. 

975. GEORGE, HENRY 

Tragedy of the great Pennsylvania coal strike. New York, 
1902. 24p. 

976. GEORGE, JOHN E. 

The coal miners' strike of 1897. Quarterly Journal of Econ- 
omics 12: 186-208 1898. 

977. GEORGE, JOHN E. 

Settlement in the coal mining industry. Quarterly Journal 
of Economics 12: 447-60 1898. 

978. GLASSER, CARIE 

Union wage policy in bituminous coal. Industrial & Labor 
Relations Review 1: 609-23 1948. 

979. GLEASON, ARTHUR 

Company-owned Americans. Nation 110: 794-95 1920. 

Life in the southern West Virginia coal fields is controlled by the 
companies. 

980. GLEASON, ARTHUR 

Private ownership of public officials. Nation 110: 724-25 
1920. 

Control of public officials by coal operators in the southern West 
Virginia coal fields. 

981. CLUCK, ELSIE 

John Mitchell, miner. New York: John Day, 1929. 270p. 
( Reprinted by AMS Press in 1971 ) . 

982. GOMPERS, SAMUEL 

Core of the miners' strike. American Federationist 27: 57- 
60 1920. 

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983. GOMPERS, SAMUEL 

President Gompers on labor, the courts and the law. Wash- 
ington: AFL, 1921. 72p. 

"Being the testimony of Mr. Gompers before the United States Sen- 
ate Committee on Manufacturing in its hearings on production and 
profits in coal." 

984. GOMPERS, SAMUEL 

Strikes and the coal miners. Forum 2A: 27-33 1897. 

984a. GOWASKIE, JOSEPH m. 

From conflict to cooperation: John Mitchell and bitumin- 
ous coal operators, 1898-1908. Historian 38: 669-88 1976. 

984b. GOWASKIE, JOSEPH M. 

John Mitchell: a study in leadership. Dissertation. Catholic- 
University of America, 1968. 381p. 

985. GRAUMAN, LAWRENCE 

That little ugly running sore (Kentucky coal fields, 1931- 
32). Filson Club History Quarterly 36: 340-54 1962. 

"Some observations on the participation of American writers in the 
investigations of conditions in the Harlan and Bell County, Ken- 
tucky, coal fields in 1931-32." 

986. GRAY, GEORGE 

Arbitration as a factor in the mining industry. American 
Mining Congress. Proceedings 11 pt. 2: 230-34 1908. 

987. THE GREAT COAL STRIKE AND ITS LESSONS 

Arena 29: 1-25 1903. 

988. GREEN, WILLIAM 

Does the U. S. want a labor dictator? Readers Digest D 
1937 104-7. 

Attack on John L. Lewis. 

989. GREEN, WILLIAM 

Mr. Green's reply to the miners. American Federationist 
45: 249-57 1938. 

Letter to Thomas Kennedy. UMWA Secretary-Treasurer, concerning 
the UMWA's demand that Creen resign. 

990. GREENBAUM, FRED 

A "new deal" for the bituminous coal miners; the United 
Mine Workers of America and national labor relations 
Policy, 1933-1941. Thesis. University of Wisconsin. 1953. 

109 



991. GREENSLADE, RUSH V. 

The economic effects of collective bargaining in bitumin- 
ous coal mining. Dissertation. University of Chicago. 1952. 

992. GROGAN, DENNIS S. 

Unionization in Boulder and Weld counties to 1890. Col- 
orado Magazine 44: 324-41 1967. 

History of the growth of union in the coal fields, which began about 
1870. 

993. GRONER, ISAAC N. 

John L. Lewis; a study in the dynamics of unionism. 
Thesis. New York University. 1942. 

994. GROSSMAN, JONATHAN 

The coal strike of 1902— turning point in U.S. policy. Mon- 
thly Labor Review Oct 1975 21-28. 

Federal intervention in the strike "set a precedent for the Federal 
Government to intervene in labor disputes, not as strikebreaker but 
as a representative of the public interest." 

995. GROSSMAN, JONATHAN 

The great coal strike of 1902. Worklife Jl 1976 28-32. 

996. GUNDLACK, DORIS 

Wages, employment, and unionism in the bituminous coal 
mining industry of the United States from 1929 to 1933. 
Thesis. University of Illinois. 1934. 

997. GUTMAN, HERBERT G. 

Black coal miners and the Greenbank-Labor party in Re- 
deemer Alabama 1878-1879 Labor History 10: 506-35 1969. 

"These are selected and edited letters written by black and white 
coal miners in 1878 and 1879 to the National Labor Tribune in 
Pittsburgh. 

998. GUTMAN, HERBERT G. 

The Braidwood Lockout of 1874. Illinois State Historical 
Society. Journal 53: 5-28 1960. 

Early labor problems in the Illinois coal fields. 

999. GUTMAN, HERBERT G. 

The Buena Vista affair. Pennsylvania Magazine of History 
and Biography 88: 251-93 1964. 

Account of the first major use of Italian laborers as strikebreakers 
in the bituminous coal fields. Location of the trouble was southeast 
of Pittsburgh. 

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1000. GUTMAN, HERBERT G. 

Two lockouts in Pennsylvania, 1873-1874. Pennsylvania 
Magazine of History and Biography 83: 307-26 1959. 

Labor struggles in the Johnstown and Tioga County areas. 

1001. GUYER, JOHN P. 

Pennsylvania Cossacks and the state's police. Reading: 
People's Publishing Co., 1923. 96p. 

1002. HAAS, ERIC 

John L. Lewis exposed. New York: Labor News Co., 1937. 
69p. 

1003. HACKAMACK, LAWRENCE C. 

Cooperation-conflict in labor-management relations; a 
study of contrasting cases ( women's garment industry and 
bituminous coal industry). Dissertation. State University 
of Iowa. 1956. 

1004. HALL, BETTY S. 

The role of rhetoric in the northern West Virginia activit- 
ies of the United Mine Workers, 1897-1927. Thesis. West 
Virginia University. 1955. 279p. 

1004a. HALL, BOB 

We had a victory. Southern Exposure 4: 118-24 1976. 

Interviews with participants in the Brookside strike. 

1005. HANFORD, BEN 

The labor war in Colorado. New York: Socialist Coopera- 
tive Publishing Assoc, 1904. 48p. 

1006. HAPGOOD, POWERS 

In non-union mines: the diary of a coal digger in central 
Pennsylvania, August-September 1921. New York: Bureau 
of Industrial Research, 1922. 48p. 

1007. HARD, WILLIAM 

Class policy in coal. New Republic 20: 352-55 1919. 

"The injunction against the miners. . . is our historic declaration of 
the class war at home." 

1008. HARD, WTLLIAM AND PAUL R. LEACH 

Labor in a basic industry, studies in coal production— ef- 
fects of the miner's environment upon his mode of thought. 
Chicago: Chicago Daily News, 1920. 34p. 

Ill 



1009. HARDMAN, J. B. S. 

John L. Lewis, labor leader and man: an interpretation. 
Labor History 2: 3-29 1961. 

1010. HARGER, CHARLES M. 

Kansas's volunteer coal-digging army. Outlook 123: 538- 
39 1919. 

Volunteers dug coal after a strike threatened to cut off the fuel 
supply. 

1011. HARRIS, FRED 

Burning up people to make electricity. Atlantic Jl 1974 29- 
36. 

Account of conditions, especially labor relations, in Harlan County, 
Kentucky. 

1012. HARRIS, HERBERT 

Labor in America (the United Mine Workers). Current 
History N 1937 75-83; D 1937 66-74. 



1013. HARRIS, SHELDON H. 

Letters from West Virginia; management's version of the 
1902 coal strike. Labor History 10: 228-240 1969. 

Letters to Abram S. Hewitt, owner of West Virginia Mines, from 
his field agent, William N. Page, and other related correspondence. 

1014. HARRISON, S. M. AND P. U. KELLOG 

Westmoreland strike. Survey 25: 345-66 1910. 

Labor disputes in the coal fields of Westmoreland County, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

1015. HARVEY, KATHERINE A. 

The Knights of Labor in the Maryland coal fields, 1878- 
1882. Labor History 10: 555-83 1969. 

After a brief success, the Knights of Labor were destroyed as an ef- 
fective force in Maryland by the strike of 1882. 

1015a. HECKER, DAVID B. 

Internal politics splits Mine Workers convention. MLR Jan 
1977 58-61. 

1016. HENRY, PATRICIA A. 

The attempts of John L. Lewis to stabilize the coal indus- 
try. Thesis. University of Wyoming. 1958. 



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1017. HERLIIIY, AW 

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1018. HERLING, JOHN 

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The Progressive Miners of America. 

1019. HERRINGTON, FRED 

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1020. HEVENER, JOHN W. 

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1021. HICKEN, VICTOR 

The Virden and Pana mine wars of 1898. Illinois State His- 
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Account of some of the clashes "between coal feudalism and the 
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1022. HILDEBRAND, JOHN K. 

Tlie disunited mine workers. International Socialist Review 
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Most of the UMWA members are "considerably worse off" than be- 
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1023. HILL, JOSEPH ( PSEUD. ) 

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Attack on the UMWA and its collusion with the industry. 

1024. HINDS, ROY W. 

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Account of labor unrest in Mingo County, West Virginia and Pike 
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1025. HINRICHS, ALBERT F. 

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1026. HOERR, J. 

Coal and the mine workers. Atlantic Mr 1974 10-11+. 

Consideration of the impact of the democratization of the UMWA 
on the miners and on the national economy. 

1027. HOLBROOK, STEWART H. 

The Rocky Mountain revolution. New York: Holt, 1956. 
318p. 

Albert Horsley and the International Union of Mine, Mill & Smelter 
Workers. 

1028. HOLLOWAY, RICHARD B. 

The labor problem in the coal mining industry of Kansas. 
Thesis. University of Kansas. 1920. 

1029. HOLMES, CHARLES 

Colorado plays the red game. Technical World Magazine 
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Account of the violence surrounding the "Ludlow Massacre." 

1030. HOLT, HOMER A. 

Message to the miners of West Virginia. Charleston, 1939? 
79p. 

A general attack by the Governor of West Virginia on the leader- 
ship of the UMWA. 

1031. HOLWERK, DAVID 

Dusty death in Kentucky. Nation 211: 657-9 D 21. 1970 

Despite the new health and safety law, conditions in the mines 
remain bad. In the face of the failure of the UMWA to lead the 
miners, grass-roots groups are organizing. 

1032. HOTCHKISS. WILLARD E. 

Management leadership in industrial relations. Ann. Amer. 
Acad. Ill: 108-14 1924. 

Management in coal 'mining has little interest and less training in 
industrial relations. 

1033. HUDSON, HARRIET D. 

The progressive Mine Workers of America; a study in rival 
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1034. HUGHES, FRANCIS W. 

Commonwealth versus Patrick Hester, Patrick Tully, and 
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Trials for murder asising from labor troubles in the anthracite fields. 
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1035. HUGHES, MARY M. 

United Mine Workers of America as a social control. 
Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh. 1937. 150p. 

1036. HUMBLE JOHN 

Time My 15, 1939 18-19. 

John L. Lewis and the 1939 coal strike. 

1037. HUME, BRIT 

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An expose of the corruption of the leadership of the United Mine 
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1038. HUTSON, ANDREW C. 

The coal miners' insurrections of 1891 in Anderson Coun- 
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1039. HUTSON, ANDREW C. 

The overthrow of the convict lease system in Tennessee. 
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Free labor resorted to violence to force the abolition of the "un- 
fair competition" of convict coal miners. 

1040. ICKES, HAROLD L. 

Crisis in coal. Colliers. S 4, 1943 17, 56-8. 
The 1943 strike. 

1041. ILLINOIS COAL OPERATORS ASSOCIATION 

Statement, brief and exhibits on behalf of the Coal Opera- 
tors Association of Illinois, n.p., 1928. 55p. 

Submitted to the Illinois Joint Wage Commission. 

1042. ILLINOIS COAL OPERATORS ASSOCIATION 

Union mine labor in Illinois and the determination of wage 
scales and working conditions, n.p., 1923. 85p. 

"Submitted to the United States Coal Commission by the Illinois 
coal operators." 

1043. ILLINOIS MINING QUESTIONS 

Black Diamond 6: 812, 844-45 1890/91. 

"Reply of the coal miners to the protest and argument of the coal 
operators of Illinois against adverse legislation." 

115 



1044. ILLINOIS, SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS TO INVESTIGATE THE COAL 
MINER'S STRIKE AND LOCK-OUT 

Report. Springfield, 1889. 30p. 

1045. INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE WORLD 

Coal mine workers and their industry. Chicago, 1922. 
108p. 

1046. INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE WORLD 

Coal mines and coal miners. Chicago, 1922. 109p. 

1047. INTERNATIONAL LABOR LEAGUE 

The battle of Virden, Illinois. Chicago. [1899]. 28p. 

1048. ITES, ALFRED 

A presidential make-believe and a sinister precedent con- 
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Washington: Neale Publishing Co., 1904. 38p. 

1049. ITTER, WILLIAM A. 

Early labor troubles in the Schuylkill anthracite district. 
Pennsylvania History 1: 28-37 1934. 

Covers the period 1825-1860. 

1050. JENSEN, BILLIE BARNES 

Woodrow Wilson's intervention in the coal strike of 1914. 
Labor History 15: 63-77 1974. 

Account of the circumstances surrounding Wilson's reluctant decis- 
ion to send troops to the area around Ludlow. Colorado during the 
strike. 

1051. JENSEN, RICHARD J. 

Rebellion in the United Mine Workers: the Miners for 
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1972. 183p. 

1052. JOHN L. AND AFTER 

Fortune N 1954 73-4. 

Speculations as to the fate of the UMW after the death of Lewis. 

1053. JOHN L. LEWIS, BUSINESSMAN 

U. S. News Je 29, 1956, 58-60. 

Account of the UMWA's "huge business empire." 



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1054. JOHNSON, ELIZABETH S. 

The coal miner and his family in strike times of 1931. 
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1055. JOHNSON, JAMES P. 

Theories of labor union development and the United Mine 
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Arthur considers the factors which made it possible for the UMWA 
to quadruple its membership in less than a year. 

1056. JOINT CONFERENCE OF COAL OPERATORS AND COAL MINERS 

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1057. JOINT CONFERENCE OF COAL OPERATORS AND COAL MINERS 

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A stenographic report of the proceedings. 

1058. JONES, DAVID R. 

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1059. JONES, MARY H. 

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1060. JONES, MARY H. 

Coal miners of the Old Dominion. International Socialist 
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1061. JONES, MARY H. 

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1062. JUSTI, HERMAN 

The coal mine operator versus the public. Chicago: Illin- 
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1063. JUSTI, HERMAN 

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1064. KANAREK, HAROLD K. 

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"Oil, gas and electricity, because of their greater efficiency, even- 
tually would have usurped the hard coal market. However, the 
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1065. KANAREK, HAROLD K. 

The Pennsylvania anthracite strike of 1922. Pennsylvania 
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Both operators and miners suffered much and gained nothing as a 
result of the strike. "The anthracite strike of 1922 was a major step 
in a chronicle of industrial failure" 

1066. KANAREK, HAROLD K. 

Progressivism in crisis: the United Mine Workers and the 
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1067. KANAWHA LABOR AGREEMENT 

Coal Age 6: 188-90 1914. 

Text of the agreement ending the long strike in the Kanawha ( West 
Virginia) field. 

1068. KARSH, BERNARD AND JACK LONDON 

The coal miners: a study of union control. Quarterly Jour- 
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1069. KEELY, JOSIAH 

The psychology of strikes at coal mines. Coal Age 8: 294- 
96 1915. 

1070. KEHOE, JOHN, DEFENDANT 

Report of the case of the Commonwealth vs. John Kehoe 
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1071. KENNEDY, THOMAS F. 

Class war in the coal fields. International Socialist Review 
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Account of the Irwin, Pennsylvania strike. 

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1072. KENNEDY, THOMAS F. 

The Irwin coal strike. International Socialist Review 11: 
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Strike was in the Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania coal fields. 

1073. KENT, RAYMOND P. 

Labor issues in the captive bituminous coal mines. Thesis. 
University of Pittsburgh. 1934. 

1074. KILLEEN, JOHN F. 

Coal industry- the leader. Social Order 11: 23-28 1961. 

Author lauds the introduction of the Vocational Group concept into 
the coal industry's labor-management relationship. 

1075. KING, F. A. 

Check-off system and the closed shop among the United 
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1911. 

1076. KING, LAWRENCE T. 

Peace in the mines. Commonweal 65: 506-9 1957. 

1077. KIRBY, RICHARD M. 

The wage policy of the United Mine Workers of America, 
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1078. KIRCHWAY, FREDA 

Miners' wives in the coal strike. Century 105: 83-90 N 
1922. 

"If the miners are slaves of coal, the women are slaves of slaves." 
Study made in the West Virginia coal fields. 

1079. KLOCK, JOSEPH J. AND DORIS PALZER 

Democracy in the UMW?. Labor Law Journal 25: 625-31 
1974. 

1080. KRAFFT, FRED A. 

Possibilities of an industrial relations program in the coal 
industry. West Virginia Coal mining Institute. Proceedings 
1935 40-57. 

1081. LABOR AND THE N. R. A. 

New Republic 77: 282 1934. 

The United Anthracite Miners of Pennsylvania. 



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1082. LACEY, JOHN W. 

Attitudes of coal miners toward their union. Thesis. West 
Virginia University. 1962. 90p. 

1083. LANE, JOHN Q. AND S. W. PETITT 

Arguments before the investigating committee of the 
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legality and criminal conspiracy of the anthracite mono- 
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1084. LANE, WINTHROP D. 

Civil war in West Virginia; a story of the industrial conflict 
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1085. LANE, WINTHROP D. 

The denial of civil liberties in the coal fields. New York. 
1924. 44p. 

1086. LANE, WINTHROP D. 

Labor spy in West Virginia. Survey 47: 110-12 1921. 
C. E. Lively, a Baldwin Felts agent, was the spy. 

1087. LANGDON, EMMA F. 

The Cripple Creek strike; a history of industrial wars in 
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1088. LANGDON, EMMA F. 

Labor's greatest conflict. Denver: Great Western, 1908. 
167p. 

1089. LASLETT, JOHN H. M. 

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1090. LATEST PHASE OF THE COAL TROUBLES 

Nation 12: 254-56 1871. 

Railroads are blamed for preventing labor agreement in the 
Pennsylvania anthracite fields. 

1091. LAUCK, REX ( EDIT. ) 

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1092. LEAMER, LAURENCE 

United Mine Workers holds an election. New York Times 
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"This is a race not only between two men, two states, but between 
two views on how workers in a democratic society can govern them- 
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1093. LEE, HOWARD B. 

Bloodletting in Appalachia. Morgantown: West Virginia 
University Library, 1969. 216p. 

A first-hand account of the Cabin Creek, Paint Creek, Tug Valley, 
Logan and other famous mine wars in West Virginia, written by a 
former state attorney general. 

1094. LEEDS, JOSEPH 

The miners called her mother. Masses & Mainstream Mr. 
1950 38-50. 

Account of the life and activities of Mother ( Mary H. ) Jones. 

1095. LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION COMPANY 

Answer of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. Phil- 
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In reply to the Anthracite Coal Strike Commission. 

1096. LEISERSON, WILLIAM M. 

Labor conditions in the mines of the Pittsburgh district. 
Ann. Amer. Acad. 33: 316-25 1909. 

1097. LEWIS, ARTHUR H. 

Lament for the Molly Maguires. New York: Harcourt, 
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1098. LEWIS, ARTHUR H. 

Murder by contract. New York: Macmillan, 1975. 323p. 

Account of the murder of Joseph Yablonski, the investigation and 
the trial and conviction of W. A. (Tony) Boyle. 

1099. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Anthracite coal facts. American Federationist 32: 1008-16 
1925. 

1100. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

The anthracite controversy: an address by John L. Lewis, 
international president United Mine Workers of America 
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1101. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Guests at labor's table [speech]. Vital Speeches 3: 731-3 
1937. 

1102. LEWIS, JOHN L. AND J. B. WARRINER 

A half century of successful labor-management relations, 
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Conciliation, 1953. 24p. 

Addresses ... at 50th anniversary dinner, Anthracite Board of Con- 
ciliation, Oct 1, 1953. 

1103. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Jobs, peace, unity. Washington, 1940. 16p. ( CIO Publica- 
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1104. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Labor and the National Recovery Administration. Ann. 
Amer. Acad. 172: 58-63 1934. 

1105. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

The little NRA. American Labor Legislation Review 25: 
133-35 1935. 

Article supporting the Bituminous Coal Stabilization Act. 

1106. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Miners' achievement. American Federationist 29: 645-46 
1922. 

"The United Mine Workers have fought and won the industrial 
struggle of the age." 

1107. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

The miners' fight for American standards. Indianapolis: 
Bell, 1925. 189p. 

1108. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Miners' service to all labor. American Federationist 29: 
740-41 1922. 

1109. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

More machines, fewer men, a union that's happy about it. 
U. S. News N 9, 1959 60-64. 

An interview with Lewis concerning the UMWA's attitude toward 
automation. 

1110. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Proposed NLRA amendments. Fortune Ap 1939 76. 
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1111. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Should the Wagner collective bargaining proposal be 
adopted Congressional Digest 14: 119-23 1935. 

1112. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

Testimony of John L. Lewis before the House of Repre- 
sentatives Committee on Education and Labor, April 3, 
1947. . . Washington: Labor's Non-Partisan League, 1947. 
128p. 

1113. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

A union's non-union line. Nation 120: 287 1925. 

An attack on Warren S. Stone and the Brotherhood of Locomotive 
Engineers for refusing to employ union miners at the Coal Run 
Collieries, owned by the Brotherhood. 

1114. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

United Mine Workers demands [address Mr. 12, 1946]. 
Reference Shelf 19 No. 4 180-95 1946. 

The 1946 strike. 

1115. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

United Mine Workers of America. American Federationist 
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1116. LEWIS, JOHN L. 

What democracy means to me. Scholastic My 21, 1938. 
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1117. LEWIS, THOMAS L. 

Arbitration as factor in the mining industry. American 
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1118. LEWIS, THOMAS L. 

Settlement of disputes among the mine workers. Ann. 
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1119. LILIENTHAL, DAISY M. 

The meaning of unionism; a study of the perspectives of 
members of the plumber's union, of the United Mine 
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1120. LINTON, RON M. 

Kentucky's tragic strike. Nation 188: 471-73 1959. 



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1121. LLOYD, HENRY D. 

A strike of millionaires against miners; or, the story of 
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Labor troubles in the Illinois coal fields. 

1122. LOAF, T. 

Der Kampf der Kohlenarbeiter in den Vereinigten Staaten 
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1123. LOGAN, SAMUEL C. 

A city's danger and defense; or issues and results of the 
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1123a. LONG. PRISCTLLA 

Mother Jones, woman organizer. Cambridge, Mass.: Red 
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Emphasis is on "her relations with miners' wives, working women, 
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1124. LOWITT, RICHARD (EDIT. ) 

Frostburg, 1882: German strikers vs. German strikebreak- 
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The dispute between the Knights of Labor and the Consolidation 
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1125. LUCY, ERNEST W. 

The Molly Maguires of Pennsylvania, or Ireland in Amer- 
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1125a. LUNDSTROM, MEG 

Ludlow revisited. Mountain Gazette 47: 20-23 1976. 

1126. LYNCH, LAWRENCE R. 

The West Virginia coal strike. Political Science Quarterly 
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1127. MC CABE, JAMES D. ( EDWARD W. MORTON, PSEUD. ) 

The history of the great riots. Being a full and authentic 
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1128. MC CARTHY, JUSTIN 

Brief history of the United Mine Workers of America 
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1129. MC CLURG, DONALD J. 

The Colorado coal strike of 1927; tactical leadership of the 
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1130. MC CONAGHA, WILLIAM A. 

The history and progress of the United Mine Workers of 
America. Dissertation. University of Illinois. 1925. 153p. 

1131. MC CONNELL, GEORGE W. 

"We demand"; anthracite and the high cost of cheap labor. 
World's Work 31: 645-51; 32: 85-96 1916. 

1132. MC CORMICK, KYLE 

The National Guard of West Virginia during the strike 
period of 1912-1913. West Virginia History 22: 34-35 1960. 

1133. MC CORMICK, KYLE 

The New-Kanawha River and the mine war of West Vir- 
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1134. MC DONALD, DAVID J. AND EDWARD A. LYNCH 

Coal and unionism; a history of the American coal miners' 
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1135. MC DO WELL RECORDER, WELCH, W. VA. 

Life and history of 'Mother' Jones, the most sensational 
agitator of the Twentieth century. Welch, 1915. 8p. 

Report published in the McDowell Recorder in December 1912 and 
not. at the time of this reprint, contradicted by Mother Jones and 
her followers. (According to the foreword). A bitter attack on 
Jones and her methods. 

1136. MC GOLDRICK, JOSEPH 

College students and Kentucky miners. American Scholar 
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The expulsion of "invading" students by the authorities of east Ken- 
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1137. MC GOVERN. GEORGE S. AND LEONARD F. GUTTRIDGE 

The great coalfield war. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1972. 
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Account of the Colorado coal strike of 1913/14. 

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1138. MAHANY, ROWLAND B. 

The slaughter of unarmed miners at Lattimer, Pennsyl- 
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1139. MAILLY, WILLIAM 

The anthracite coal strike. International Socialist Review 
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1140. MARBLE, SAMUEL W. 

Justice and coal. Christian Century 45: 77-79 1928. 

The Colorado coal strike of 1927-1928. For a sharp reply to the 
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1141. MARCUS, IRWIN M. 

Labor discontent in Tioga County, Pennsylvania 1865- 
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1142. MARLEY, HAROLD P. 

Cowbells shall not ring tonight. Survey Graphic 2A: 385- 
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Account of labor trouble in the Kentucky coal fields. Men unpopu- 
lar with the miners were "belled" and driven from the area. 

1143. MARSHALL, ELIOT 

Bloody Harlan revisited. New Republic Je 8, 1974 14-16. 

Account of the strike at the Brookside mine of the Eastover Min- 
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1144. MARTIN, JOHN B. 

What the miners say about John L. Lewis. Sat. Eve. Post 
Ja 15, 1949 26-7. 

1145. MARY EV ANGELA, SISTER 

Bishop Spauldings's work on the Anthracite Coal Strike 
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1146. MATHEWS, WILLIAM G. 

Martial law in West Virginia, an address . . . Washington: 
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1147. MATTHrESSEN, F. O. 

New Mexican workers' case. New Republic 82: 361-63 
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The Gallup, New Mexico affair. 

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1148. MAUER, M. AND C. F. SENNTNG 

Billy Mitchell, the Air Service, and the Mingo War. West 
Virginia History 30: 339-50 1968/69. 

U. S. Army Air Service planes were used for reconnaissance purpos- 
es in the 1921 strike in the southern West Virginia coal fields. 

1149. MAURER, CHARLES E. 

The bituminous coal industry of the central states. Ameri- 
ican Mining Congress. Proceedings 25: 93-98 1922. 

Deals largely with labor relations. 

1150. MENEFEE, SELDON C. 

Why they follow John L. Lewis. Nation 156: 477-9 1943. 
1943 strike. 

1151. MERRICK, MARY A. ( SISTER ) 

A case in practical democracy; settlement of the anthracite 
coal strike of 1902. Notre Dame, Ind., 1942. 86p. (Ph. D. 
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1152. MERRITT, WALTER G. 

Coronada Coal Company vs. United Mine Workers; an an- 
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New York: League of Industrial Rights, 1922. 6p. 

1153. MERRITT, WALTER G. 

Issues in the anthracite strike of 1925. Philadelphia: Anth- 
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1154. MICHELSON, M. 

Feudalism and civil war in the United States. Everybody's 
Magazine 28: 615-28 1913. 

Description of labor troubles in the coal fields of the Paint Creek 
(West Virginia) area. 

1155. MTKEAL, JUDITH E. 

Mother Mary Jones: the labor movement's impious Joan of 
Arc. Thesis. University of North Carolina, 1965. 189p. 

1156. MILLER, GLENN W. 

Recent struggles among the coal miners' organizations in 
bituminous fields. Thesis. University of Illinois. 1935. 

1157. MILLER, RICE 

Some problems in labor relations in the coal industry as 
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1158. MILLER, STANLEY 

The United Mine Workers, a study of how trade union 
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versity of Wisconsin, 1957. 215p. 

1159. MILLET, PHILIPPE 

Trial in a coal mine. Outlook 89: 296-301 1908. 
Account of an arbitration meeting in the Illinois coal field. 

1160. MILLS, C. WRIGHT 

Case for the coal miner. New Republic 108: 695-8 1943. 
1943 strike. 

1161. MILLS, TED 

Altering the social structure in coal mining. Monthly Labor 
Review Oct 1976 3-10. 

"An underground experiment using autonomous work groups showed 
increased production, motivation and safety, but increased discon- 
tent among other workers at the mine". 

1162. miners' maverick 

Time Feb. 24, 1975 39-40. 

Report on the new face of the UMW Journal under Don Stillman, 
editor. 

1163. MINERS' MEETING; TROUBLES WITHIN 

Newsweek F 7, 1938 p32-4. 
Internal problems of UMWA. 

1164. MINERS' SHOWDOWN FOR INDUSTRIAL & UNION DEMOCRACY 

Peoples Appalachia Winter 1972-73. 

Entire issue dedicated to "Regional Workers' Movement, and parti- 
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1165. MITCHELL, JOHN 

The coal strike. McClures 20: 219-24 1902/3. 

1166. MITCHELL, JOHN 

The great coal strike. Independent 52: 2613-16 1900. 

1167. MITCHELL, JOHN 

Mine worker's life and aims. Cosmopolitan 31: 622-30 
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1168. MITCHELL, JOHN 

Organized labor; its problems, purposes and ideals. Phila- 
delphia: American Book and Bible House, 1903. 436p. 

1169. MITCHELL, JOHN 

Recognition of trade union. Independent 53: 1895-98 1901. 

1170. MITCHELL, JOHN 

The wage earner and his problems. Washington: P. S. 
Risdale. 1913. 186p. 

1171. MORONY, IVES GUY 

Attitude of coal miners toward union and coal industry. 
Thesis. West Virginia University. 1959. 52p. 

Study made in Northern West Virginia. 

1172. MORROW, FELIX 

Roosevelt and labor after the third coal strike. Fourth In- 
ternational 4: 202-6 1943. 

1173. MOSES, HARRY M. 

The facts about the United Mine Workers' false case to ex- 
tract a royalty on coal. Washington, 1946. 6p. 

1174. MOUNTAINEERS FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM: AN INTERVIEW WITH 
DON WEST 

Mountain Life and Work Jan. 1971. 6-13. 

Describes the violence which accompanied efforts to unionize the 
coal workers in the 1930's. 

1175. MURRAY, ELLEN P. 

Why foreign miners are restless. Coal Age 12: 620-21 1917. 

Kind words and personal interest are more important than high 
wages to foreign miners. 

1176. MURRAY, PHILIP 

The case of the anthracite coal mine workers: open- 
ing statement and closing argument . . . before the U. S. 
Anthracite Coal Commission. Baltimore: UMWA, 1920. 
95p. 

1177. MURRAY, PHILIP 

The case of the West Virginia coal mine workers: Opening 
statement . . . Before the Committee on Education and La- 
bor of the U. S. Senate, October, 1921. Washington: 
UMWA, 1921. 74p. 



129 



1178. MURRAY, PHELIP 

Unemployment in the coal industry. American Labor Leg- 
islation Review 12: 37-40 1922. 

1179. MUSTE, a. j. 

The crisis in the miners' union. Labor Age Mr 1930 4-8. 

Account of the opposition, centered in Illinois, to the control of the 
UMWA by John L. Lewis. 

1180. MYERS, ROBERT J. 

Experience of the UMWA Welfare and Retirement Fund. 
Industrial and Laboi' Relations Review 10: 93-100 1956. 

1181. MYERS, ROBERT J. 

Further experience of the UMWA Welfare and Retirement 
Fund. Industrial and Labor Relations Review 14: 556-62 
1961. 

1182. MYERSCOUGH, TOM 

The name Lewis— John L. Pittsburgh, n.d. 39p. 

Subtitle reads: Czar of the U.M.W.A./Servant of the Big Coal In- 
terest/An Example of an A.F. of L. Leader. Myerscough was presi- 
dent of the National Miners Union. 

1183. NADAR, RALPH 

Yablonski's unfinished business. Nation Ja 26, 1970 70-72. 

Real improvement in the UMWA will come only when the govern- 
ment helps rather than hinders reformers. 

1184. NATIONAL COAL ASSOCIATION 

The Herrin conspiracy. Washington, 1922. 38p. 

1185. NATIONAL COAL ASSOCIATION 

Petition of coal operators located in Division V of the code 
of fair competition for the bituminous coal industry, for 
the restoration of the eight-hour day and the privilege of 
working six days per week when work is available, to the 
National Recovery Administration. Washington, 1934. 9p. 
proc. 

1186. NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF POLITICAL PRI- 
SONERS 

Harlan miners speak; report on terrorism in the Kentucky 
coal fields. New York. Harcourt, Brace, 1932. 348p. 

The famous report by Theodore Dreiser, Anna Rochester, etc. 



130 



1187. NATIONAL SAVE THE MINERS UNION 

Save the Miners Union from the coal operators and the 
corrupt Lewis machine. Pittsburgh, 1928. 15p. 

1188. NEWCOMB, HARRY T. 

Anthracite Coal Strike Commission. Philadelphia, 1903. 
104p. 

Argument on behalf of the Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Co. 

1189. NEW OPPONENT FOR LEWIS 

Business Week My 20, 1950 21. 

Account of the founding of the Bituminous Coal Operators Associa- 
tion. 

1190. NEW YORK (CITY). COMMITTEE ON LABOR CONDITIONS AT THE 
BERWIND-WHITE COMPANY^ MINES IN SOMERSET AND OTHER 
COUNTIES, PENNSYLVANIA 

Statement of facts and summary. New York: M. B. Brown, 
1922. 35p. 

1191. NICHOLLS, T. D. 

Anthracite Board of Conciliation. Ann. Am. Acad. 36: 366- 
72 1910. 

1192. NORTH, DAN 

Muzzle not the ox. Nation Apr 2, 1973 421-22. 

UMW under Arnold Miller is becoming involved in progressive 
causes such as a recent Virginia hospital strike. 

1193. NORTHERN WEST VIRGINIA COAL ASSOCIATION 

Classification index of labor decisions, Northern West Vir- 
ginia Coal Association and District No. 31, United Mine 
Workers of America, from October 2, 1933 to June 1, 1948. 
[Fairmont, W. VA., 1948] 64p. 

1194. NYDEN, PAUL J. 

The coal miner's struggle in Eastern Kentucky. Mountain 
Life and Work Feb. 1972 4-11. 

1195. NYDEN, PAUL 

Coal miners, "their" union and capital. Science and Society 
34: 194-223 1970. 

A Marxist analysis of industry, the union, and the lives of miners 



A Marxist analysis or industry, trie union, a 
and ex-miners both above and below ground 



131 



1196. NYDEN, PAUL J. 

Coal the killer. Nation Sept. 20, 1971 238-42. 

A portrait of dissatisfied miners, their hopes and concerns, with an 
appeal to support them. 

1196a. NYDEN, PAUL J. 

Miners for Democracy: struggle in the coal fields. Dissert- 
ation. Columbia University, 1974. 998p. 

1197. NYDEN, PAUL J. 

Voting for their lives. Nation Feb. 15, 1971 206-10. 
Account of election for the presidency of UMWA's District 5. 

1198. O'BRIEN, LARRY D. 

The Ohio National Guard in the coal strike of 1932. Ohio 
History 84: 127-44 1975. 

1199. O'HANLON, THOMAS 

Anarchy threatens the kingdom of coal. Fortune Ja 1971 

78-82. 

Examines the opposition to the leadership of the UMWA. 

1200. OHIO. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. HOCKING VALLEY INVESTIGATION 
COMMITTEE 

Proceedings. Columbus, 1885, 324p. 

Committee was established "to make an investigation into and as- 
certain the causes of the strike in the Hocking Valley." 

1201. OLDER, CORA (MRS. FREMONT ) 

Answering a question: martial law in West Virginia. Col- 
liers Ap 19, 1913 26, 28. 

Paint Creek strike. 

1202. OLDER, CORA (MRS. FREMONT ) 

Last day of the Paint Creek court martial. Independent 
74: 1085-88 1913. 

Account of the trial of Mother Jones and others during the "mine 
war" in the Paint Creek (West Virginia) area. 

1203. OLMSTED, HARRY 

Statement of Harry Olmsted, chairman of the labor com- 
mittee of the Operators' Association of Williamson field, to 
the Senate Investigating Committee, July 14, 1921. Wash- 
ington: W. F. Roberts Co.. [1921]. 55p. 



132 



1204. ON DARK AND BLOODY GROUND; AN ORAL HISTORY OF THE 
UMWA IN CENTRAL APPALACHIA 1920-1935. 

Charleston: Miner's Voice, 1973. 269p. 

1205. OPERATORS' ASSOCIATION OF THE WILLIAMSON FIELD 

Statement before the Sub-Committee of the Committee on 
Education and Labor of the United States Senate, n. p., 
1921. 59p. 

The purpose of the hearing was to "investigate conditions in the 
coal fields of West Virginia in the territory adjacent to Kentucky." 

1206. OWENS, JOHN W. 

Gunmen in West Virginia. New Republic 28: 90-92 1921. 

1207. PALMER, FRANK L. 

Solidarity in Colorado. Nation 126: 118-20 1928. 
Account of the Colorado coal strike of 1927/28. 

1208. PALMER, FRANK L. 

War in Colorado. Nation 125: 623-4 1927. 

1209. PAPANIKOLAS, HELEN Z. 

Unionism, Communism and the Great Depression. Utah 
Historical Quarterly 41: 254-300 1973. 

Account of the coal strike of 1933 in Carbon County, Utah. 

1210. PARKER, EDWARD W. 

The anthracite question: the operators' standpoint. Current 
History 2A: 416-19 1926. 

A reply by the Secretary of the Anthracite Operators' Conference 
to the article by E. J. Eberling. 

1211. PARKER, EDWARD W. 

Conciliation in the anthracite region. American Mining 
Congress. Proceeding 22: 309-16 1919. 

Strike of 1919. 

1212. PARKER, U. S. 

Collective bargaining in the soft coal industry. Journal of 
Political Economy 12: 546-54 1904. 

1213. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

Employment of women in mining. Coal Age 13: 859 1918. 

Author deplores successful efforts to prevent women from being 
employed above ground in the Pennsylvania anthracite fields. 

133 



1214. PATTERSON, JOSEPH F. 

Old W. B. A. days. Schuylkill County Historical Society. 
Publiciatiom 2: 355-84 1909. 

The Workingmen's Benevolent Association. An interesting account of 
labor relations in the Pennsylvania anthracite fields. 

1215. PEARSE, BEN 

What has John L. Lewis done with his $400,000,000? Sat. 
Eve. Post Ag 30, 1952 26-7. 

The Welfare and the Retirement Fund. 

1216. PENNSYLVANIA. COMMISSION ON SPECIAL POLICING IN IN- 
DUSTRY 

Report to Governor Gifford Pinchot. Harrisburg, 1934. 
31p. ( Dept. of Labor & Industry. Special Bulletin 38 ) . 

Deals largely with mine police. 

1217. PENNSYLVANIA. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE 

Report ... in relation to the Anthracite coal difficulties, 
with accompanying testimony. Harrisburg: B. Singerly, 
1871. 

1218. PERRY, VERNON F. 

The labor struggle at Wilder, Tennessee. Thesis. Vander- 
bilt University. 1934. 

1219. PETRAS, GEORGE S. 

Wage policies of the United Mine Workers of America. 
Thesis. New York University. 1947. 

1220. PHILLIPS, CABELL 

The West Virginia Mine War. American Heritage Ag 1974 
58-61. 

Account of the labor troubles in the southern West Virginia coal 
fields during 1921. 

1221. PHOEBUS, J. W. 

Have coal operators any rights. Black Diamond 6: 764-65 
1890/91. 

1222. PINKERTON, ALLAN 

The Molly Maguires and the detectives. New and enl. ed. 
New York: G. W. Dillingham, 1905. 552p. 



134 



1223. PENKOWSKI, EDWARD 

John Siney, the miner's martyr. Philadelphia: Sunshine 
Press, 1963. 335p. 

Pp. 259-322 bibliographical essay and notes. 

1224. PINKOWSKI, EDWARD 

Lattimer massacre. Philadelphia: Sunshine Press, 1950. 
40p. 

The killing of striking coal miners by sheriff's deputies. Luzerne 
County, Pennsylvania, 1897. 

1225. POLLAK, KATHERINE H. 

What a union did for the coal miners. Katonah, New 
York: Brookwood Labor College 1931. 32p. 

"A picture of life in the coal fields 35 years ago and of the change* 
brought through a union in such a state as Illinois." 

1226. POLLARD, SPENCER D. 

Some aspects of the problem of democracy in its applica- 
tion to the government of labor unions, with special refer- 
ence to the United Mine Workers of America and the 
United Automobile Workers. Dissertation. Harvard 1940. 

1227. PORTER, EUGENE O. 

The Colorado coal strike of 1913— an interpretation. His- 
torian 12: 3-27 1949. 

1228. POSEY, THOMAS E. 

The labor movement in West Virginia. Dissertation. Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin. 1948. 310p. 

1229. POWELL, ALLEN K. 

The "foreign element" and the 1903-4 Carbon County coal 
miners' strike. Utah Historical Quarterly 43: 125-54 1975. 

The Utah Fuel Co. played on antiforeign sentiments to help defeat 
the miners. 

1230. PRIMACK, PHIL 

Miners for democracy: closing in on Tony Boyle. Nation 
Je 19, 1972 786-89. 

1231. PR1TCHARD, PAUL W. 

William B. Wilson, master workman. Pennsylvania His- 
tory 12: 81-108 1945. 

Account of Wilson's early career as a miner and union organizer in 
Pennsylvania. 

135 



1232. PRITCHARD, PAUL W. 

William B. Wilson; the evolution of a central Pennsylvania 
mine union leader. Dissertation. University of Pennsyl- 
vania. 1942. 

1233. PURCELL, WILLIAM J. 

Study of the methods of decision used by arbitrators in 
fifty cases involving the United Mine Workers of America. 
Thesis. University of Illinois. 1950. 

1234. RANDALL, JAMES G. 

Miners and the law of treason. North American Review 
216: 312-22 1922. 

The West Virginia "treason trial." 

1235. RASKIN, A. H. 

John L. Lewis and the mine workers. Atlantic My 1963 
53-58. 

The UMWA's efforts to increase the efficiency of the coal industry 
have without question helped the industry survive. However, this is 
little comfort to thousands of unemployed miners, many of whom 
"fight off the union they once fought to build." 

1236. RASMUSSEN, JEANNE M. 

The miners: what happens now? Mountain Life and Work 
Feb 1970 3-7+. 

The author, who was West Virginia press representative for 
Yablonski, summarizes the campaign for the presidency of the 
UMW and action taken following the Yablonski murders. 

1237. RASMUSSEN, JEANNE M. 

Revolt in the ranks, Yablonski challenges Boyle. Appala- 
chian Lookout Oct 1969 5-8. 

A pro- Yablonski view of the campaign waged for leadership of the 
United Mine Workers of America presidency. 

1238. RAUSHENBUSH, HILMAR 

The people's fight for coal and power. New York: League 
for Industrial Democracy, 1926. 36p. (League publication 

13). 

1239. RAUSHENBUSH, STEPHEN 

Coal without strikes. Harper 194: 492-99 1947. 
Long-term labor contracts are among the suggested reforms. 

1240. READ, THOMAS L. 

Is the coal crisis permanent. Sat. Eve. Post S 25, 1943 22, 
109-10. 

136 



1241. RENEWAL OF APPALACHIAN AGREEMENT IN BITUMINOUS GOAL 
INDUSTRY 

MLR 41: 1576-80 1935. 

1242. REPORT OF PRESIDENTS COMMITTEE ON PORTAL-TO-PORTAL 
TRAVEL TIME IN BITUMINOUS COAL MINING 

MLR 59: 81-3 1944. 

1243. REYNOLDS, ROBERT J. 

Coal kings come to judgment. American Heritage Ap 1960 
54-61. 

"When the anthracite miners downed tools in 1902, economic feud- 
alism went on trial." 

1244. REYNOLDS, SIM C. 

Carpet bagging: its effects on mining. Coal Age 2: 387 
1912. 

Deplores the "aimless drift from employer to employer" on the part 
of many miners. 

1245. RHODES, JAMES F. 

Molly Maguires in the anthracite region of Pennsylvania. 
American Historical Review 15: 547-61 1910. 

1246. RICE, MILLARD M. 

Bloody Monday again in Colorado. Independent 119: 655- 
6 1927. 

Brief review of the history of labor violence in the coal fields of 
Colorado. 

1247. RIDGEWAY, JAMES 

Politics mine-worker style, New Republic Nov. 4, 1972 
15-18. 

Description of 1972 UMWA election campaign. 

1248. RIMLINGER, GASTON 

International differences in the strike propensity of coal 
miners. Industrial & Labor Relations Review 12: 389-405 
1959. 

Study of the frequency of strikes in France, Germany, Great Bri- 
tain and the United States. 

1249. RINGER, STRAWDER A. 

History of the United Mine Workers of America. Thesis. 
University of Pittsburgh, 1929. 



137 



1250. ROBERTS, PETER 

The anthracite coal strike in its social aspects. Economic 
Journal 13: 20-29 1903. 

1251. ROBINSON, NEIL 

West Virginia on the brink of a labor struggle. Charleston: 
West Virginia Mining Association. 1912. 7p. 

1252. ROCHESTER, ANNA 

Labor and coal. New York: International, 1931. 225p. 

1253. ROCKEFELLER, JOHN D. 

The Colorado industrial plan. New York, 1916. 94p. 

Includes a copy of the plan of representation and agreement adopt- 
ed at the coal and iron mines of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Com- 
pany. 

1254. ROOD, HENRY E. 

The public and the coal conflict. North American Review 
181: 603-15 1905. 

Author objects to the UMWA's lack of concern for the public in- 
terest. 

1255. ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. 

Production of coal will not be stopped [radio address]. 
Vital Speeches 9: 450-52 1943. 

1943 strike. 

1256. ROTHMAN, RICHARD M. 

On the speaking of John L. Lewis. Central States Speech 
Journal 14: 177-85 1963. 

1257. ROUSE, ELAINE 

Union economic policies and union discipline in the bitu- 
minous wage dispute of 1949-1950. Thesis. West Virginia 
University, 1953. 214p. 

1258. ROY, ANDREW 

The origin and results of miners' unions. Ohio Mining 
Journal 2: 113-20 1883/84. 

1259. ST. CLAIR COAL COMPANY 

Answer of the St. Clair Coal Company before the Anthra- 
cite Coal Strike Commission. Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1902. 
42p. 



138 



1260. SALIERS, EARL A. 

The coal miner; a study of his struggle to secure regulated 
wages in the Hocking Valley. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 
1912. 65p. 



1261. SAUER, NORA 

Some attitudes of the United Mine Workers of America 
on international affairs affecting its membership. Thesis. 
University of Illinois. 1944. 

1262. SAXON, GEORGE 

From the miners' point of view. Modern Review 1: 409-21 
1947. 

"The revolt of the miner is the revolt against the atomization of the 
individual in production." 



1263. SCHLEGEL, MARVIN W. 

The Workingmen's Benevolent Association: first union of 
anthracite miners. Pennsylvania History 10: 243-67 1943. 

1264. SCOTT, GEORGE H. 

A study of the United Mine Workers of America Welfare 
and Retirement Fund. Thesis. West Virginia University, 
1951. 145p. 

1265. SCOTT, KARL M. 

The coal industry and the coal miners' unions in the Unit- 
ed States since the World War. Dissertation. University of 
Illinois, 1931. y 

1266. SCOTT, NELL 

Social workers and labor unions. National Conference of 
Social Work. Proceedings 56: 354-64 1928. 

Family case work among members of the United Mine Workers dur- 
ing the strike of 1927-28. 



1267. SEEGER, PETE 

Coal Creek rebellion. Sing Out Summer 1955 19-21. 

Includes score of song written about the use of convict labor in the 
Tennessee mines, ca 1890. 



139 



1268. SELEKMAN, BENJAMIN M., AND MARY VAN KLEECK 

Employes' representation in coal mines. New York: Rus- 
sell Sage Foundation. 1924. 454p. 

A study of the representation plan of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Co. 

1269. SELEKMAN, BENJAMIN M. 

Miners and murder; what lies back of the labor feud in an- 
thracite. Survey 60: 150-55 1928. 

1270. SELTZER, CURTIS 

The unions-how much can a good man do. Washington 
Monthly Je 1974 7-24. 

A sympathetic account of the progress being made by the reform 
leaders of the UMWA. 

1271. SELVIN DAVID F. 

The thundering voice of John L. Lewis. New York: Loth- 
rop, Lee & Shepard, 1969. 224p. 

Intended for young readers. 

1272. SETTLEMENT OF THE CLEARFIELD STRIKE 

Black Diamond 6: 183-184A 1890/91. 

Includes exchange of correspondence between the union and offi- 
cials of the Cresson & Clearfield Coal & Coke Company, Pennsyl- 



1273. SHALLOO, JEREMIAH P. 

Private police, with special reference to Pennsylvania. 
Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social 
Sciences. 1933. 224p. (Monograph No. 1 of the Aca- 
demy ) . 

1274. SHANE, MICHAEL 

Why coal miners strike. Common Sense 12: 243-46 1943. 
"They suffer from the industry's poverty and slothfulness". 

1275. SHERRILL, ROBERT 

Black lung rebellion. Nation Ap 28, 1969 529-35. 

Account of the efforts, opposed by UMWA leadership, of West Vir- 
ginia miners to obtain compensation for black lung. 

1276. SHIELDS, ART 

The miners did it. Political Affairs Apr 1974 3-16. 
"Progressive" elements have at last won control of UMWA. 



140 



1277. SINCLAIR, HAMISH 

Hazard, Kv.: Document of the struggle. Radical America 
Jan/Feb 1968 1-24. 

Author presents a critical appraisal of the efforts <>! radical students 
to aid in the organization of unemployed and striking miners around 

Hazard, ky. in the early sixties. 

1278. SINCLAIR, WARD E. 

Building a hillbillies' union: The UMW. Race Relations 
Reporter Mar 1974 14-16. 

Suggests that "an Appalachian poor people's renaissance" was start- 
ed by the political victories of the Black Lung Association and by 
the election of the miners for democracy slate in the UMW 

1279. SINCLAIR, WARD E. 

Miners for democracy: year one at the UMW. Ramparts \e 
1974 37-41. 

1280. SLXTY-TWO YEARS OF UMW 

Business Week Je 7, 1952 132-38. 

1281. SLZER, SAMUEL A. 

This is union man's country: Sebastian County 1914. Ark- 
ansas Historical Quarterly 27: 306-39 1968. 

Account of a bitter labor dispute in the Arkansas coal fields. 

1282. SLOCUM, WILLIAM J. 

Love comes to the soft coal fields. Nation's Business. Jl 
1950 27-8. 

The threat of oil has brought and will enforce "love" between min- 
er and operator. 

1283. SMITH, FRANK G. 

Handling labour grievances in the bituminous coal indus- 
try. Harvard Business Review 19: 352-63 1941. 

1284. SMITH, GEORGE O. 

Human relations in the coal industry'. National Conference 
of Social Work. Proceedings 1922: 287-99. 

1285. SOMERS, GERALD G. 

Grievance settlement in coal mining. Morgantown: Wesl 
Virginia University, 1956. 44p. (West Virginia University 
Business and Economic Studies 4: 4). 



141 



1286. SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN COAL OPERATORS' ASSOCIATION 

Statement to the United States Coal Commission, n.p., 
1923. 26p. 

1287. SOUTHERN EXPOSURE 

East Tennessee coal mining battles. Southern Exposure 
Winter 1974 112-59. 

1288. SPERO, STERLING D. AND JACOB ARONOFF 

War in the Kentucky mountains. American Mercury 25: 
226-33 1932. 

1289. SPERRY. J. R. 

Rebellion within the ranks: Pennsylvania anthracite, John 
L. Lewis, and the coal strike of 1943. Pennsylvania History 
40: 298-312 1973. 

Lewis "turned a rebellion, which was in fact directed against his 
leadership, into a crusade for a $2 a day wage increase". 

1289a. SPRAGUE, STUART S. 

Unionization struggles on Paint and Cabin creeks, 1912- 
1913. West Virginia History 38: 185-213 1977. 

A chapter in the story of the "mine wars" in southern West Virginia. 

1290. STANG, ALAN 

King coal, the Communists behind the crunch. American 
Opinion D 1974 11-13+. 

"In other words, Miners for Democracy stood ready to do whatever 
it could to help the Communists. And ever since it has worked both 
ways." 

1291. STANLEY, LOUIS 

Miners' rebellion. Nation 130: 356-57 1930. 

A highly partisan account of the Springfield Convention of the 
UMWA. 

1292. STEEL, EDWARD M. 

Mother Jones in the Fairmont field 1902. Journal of Ameri- 
can History 57: 290-307 1970. 

An account of the unsuccessful attempt of the UMWA to organize 
the miners of West Virginia in 1902, and the crucial role played by 
Mother Jones. 

1293. STEFFENS, LINCOLN 

John Mitchell and what he stands for. McClures 19: 355- 
57 1902. 



142 



1294. STEIN', LEON AND PHILIP TAFT 

Massacre at Ludlow: four reports. New York: Amo 1971 
NP. 

Reprint of four contemporary publications. 

1295. STEVENSON, GLORIA 

That's no lady, that's Mother Jones. Worklife July 1976 24- 
28. 

A brief account of her life. 

1296. STILLMAN, DON 

The U.M.W. historic breakthrough for union democracy. 
New Politics 10 (2) 9-13 1973. 

1297. STOCKING, GEORGE W. 

Labor problems in the American bituminous coal industry. 
Economic Journal 37: 213-25 1927. 

1298. STODDARD, C. E. 

Bituminous coal strike. MLR 9: 1725-42 1919. 

A general history of the 1919 strike. Pertinent documents are re- 
produced. 

1299. STRAW, RICHARD A. 

The United Mine Workers of America and the 1920 coal 
strike in Alabama. Alabama Review 28: 104-28 1975. 

The strike was a failure and the UMWA was destroyed as an ef- 
fective organization in the state. 

1300. STRIKE IN THE ANTHRACITE REGION 

Colliery Engineer 8: 45-46 1887. 

Includes a copy of the wage demands of miners. 

1301. STRIKE IN WEST VIRGINIA 

Coal & Coke Jl 15, 1902 12-13; Ag 15, 1902 12-13; S 15, 
1902 12-13. 

1302. STRIKES IN THE HISTORY OF COAL MINING IN PENNSYLVAN1 \ 

Coal 1: 237-38, 247-48, 255, 263-65 1882. 

1303. SUFFERN, ARTHUR E. 

Coal miners' struggle for industrial status. New York: Mac- 
millan. 1926. 462p. 



143 



1304. SUFFERN, ARTHUR E. 

Conciliation and arbitration in the coal industry of Amer- 
ica. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1915. 376p. 

1306. SUGGS, G. G. 

Colorado coal mine strike, 1903-1904: a prelude to Lud- 
low? Journal of the West 12: 36-52 1973. 

"More than any other factor, the intransigence of the southern op- 
erators sabotaged the slim chance for industrial peace in Colorado's 
southern fields." 

1306. SULZBERGER, C. L. 

Sit down with John L. Lewis. New York: Random House, 

1938. 163p. 

1307. SWAIN, GEORGE T. 

Facts about the two armed marches on Logan. Charleston: 
Ace Enterprises, 1962. 44p. 

1308. SYDENSTRICKER, EDGAR 

Collective bargaining in the anthracite coal industry. 
Washington: GPO, 1916. 171p. (Bureau of Labor Statis- 
tics. Bulletin 191). 

1309. SYDENSTRICKER, EDGAR 

Settlement of disputes under agreements in the anthracite 
industry. Journal of Political Economy 24: 254-83 1916. 

1310. TAYLOR, PAUL F. 

Coal and conflict: the UMWA in Harlan County, 1931- 

1939. Dissertation. University of Kentucky. 1969. 349p. 

1311. TAYLOR, PAUL F. 

The Coal Mine War in Harlan County, Kentucky, 1931-32. 
Thesis. University of Kentucky. 1955. 

1312. TAYLOR, PAUL F. 

London: focal point of Kentucky turbulence. Filson Club 
Historical Quarterly 49: 256-65 1975. 

Many of the court trials growing out of the labor troubles in Har- 
lan County in the 1930s were held at London. 

1313. THOMPSON, CRAIG 

Reign of terror at Widen, West Virginia. Saturday Even- 
ing Post F20, 1954 17-19. 



144 



1314. TIPPETT, THOMAS 

Miners fight their leaders. American Mercury 32: 129-37 
1934. 

A bitter attack on John L. Lewis. 

1315. TITLER, GEORGE J. 

Hell in Harlan. Beckley, W. Va.: BJW Printers, 1972. 
236p. 

Account of attempts by the UMWA to organize the Harlan County 
coal fields. Titler played a leading role in this effort. 

1316. TOOIIEY, PAT 

N.R.A., martial law, "insurrection"; the miners strike in 
New Mexico. New York: Workers Library, 1934. 62p. 

1317. TRAIL, WILLIAM R. 

History of the United Mine Workers in West Virginia, 
1920-1945. Thesis. New York University. 1950. 71p. 

1218. TRESTER, DELMER J. 

Unionism among Ohio miners in the 19th Century. Thesis. 
Ohio State University, 1947. 

1319. TROUBLE IN THE COAL MINES, 1889 

Documents of an incident at Newcastle, W. T. Pacific 
Northwest Quarterly 37: 231-57 1946. 

1320. TRYON, F. G. 

The effect of competitive conditions on labor relations in 
coal mining. Ann. Amer. Acad. Ill: 82-95 1924. 

1321. UMWA ON STRIKE, BROOKSIDE HARLAN COUNTY 

Journal of Social Issues Spring 1974 3-65. 

Entire issue is devoted to the strike and related matters. 

1322. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

Attempt by communists to seize the American labor move- 
ment. Prepared by the United Mine Workers of America 
and published in newspapers of the United States. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1924. 43p. (68th Congress, 1st Session. Sen- 
ate Document 14). 

1323. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

The case of the bituminius coal mine workers, as present- 
ed by the United Mine Workers of America to the Presi- 
dent's Coal Commission, appointed December, 1919. 
Washington: 1920. 78p. 

145 



1324. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

John L. Lewis and the international union, United Mine 
Workers of America; the story from 1917 to 1952. Washing- 
ton, 1952. 255p. 

1325. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

Minutes of special convention to consider the anthracite 
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1326. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

Official records— containing correspondence between the 
president's office and Warren S. Stone. Indianapolis, 1924. 
30p. 

Stone was president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers 
and also an official in a non-union mine. 

1327. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

Official statement by the International Executive Board, 
United Mine Workers of America, in regard to the Kansas 
controversy. Indianapolis, 1921. 15p. 

1328. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

Statement to the United States Coal Commission, 1923, by 
the anthracite representatives of the United Mine Work- 
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Cover title: the anthracite monopoly. 

1329. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

Statement of the United States Coal Commission on anth- 
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1330. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

The truth about Coal River Collieries, of which Warren S. 
Stone is Chairman of the Board of Directors. Indianapolis, 
1925. 16p. 

Stone was president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers at 
the time. 

1331. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

The United Mine Workers of America and the United 
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ications filed with the Commission by the miners' union. 
Indianapolis, 1923?. 47p. 



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1332. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

Wage agreements, bituminous coal industry, division No. 
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together with the Code of Fair Competition and the Ap- 
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1333. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA 

Wage agreements, bituminous coal industry, 1935-1937, to- 
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1334. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA. DISTRICT 1. TRI-DISTRICT 
CONVENTION 

Scale resolutions. Hazleton, Pennsylvania, 1930. 48p. 

1335. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA. DISTRICT 2 

The government of coal. Clearfield, Pennsylvania. [1921]. 
24p. 

1336. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA. DISTRICT 2 

Why the miners' program? Clearfield, Pennsylvania, 
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1337. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA. DISTRICT 6 

Proceedings of special convention. Columbus. 1906?. 103p. 

1338. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA. DISTRICT 19 

Officers' report to special convention. Knoxville, Ten- 
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1339. UNITED MINE WORKERS. NATIONALIZATION RESEARCH COM- 
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Compulsory information in coal; a fact finding agency. Al- 
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1340. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA. NATIONALIZATION RE- 
SEARCH COMMITTEE 

How to run coal, n.p., 1922. 39p. 

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1341. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA. WELFARE AND RETIRE- 
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1342. U. S. ANTHRACITE COAL STRIKE COMMISSION 

Report to the President on the Anthracite Coal Strike of 
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Appeared also as Bulletin 43 of the Commissioner of Labor. 

1343. U. S. BUREAU OF LABOR 

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1344. U. S. COLORADO COAL COMMISSION 

Labor difficulties in the coal fields of Colorado, letter from 
the President of the United States, transmitting report of 
the Colorado Coal Commission on the labor difficulties in 
coal fields of Colorado during the years 1914 and 1915. 
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1345. U. S. COMMISSION ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

Final Report and Testimony. Washington: the Commis- 
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1346. U. S. COMMISSION ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

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1347. U. S. COMMISSIONER OF LABOR 

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1348. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMISSION ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
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1349. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR TROUBLES IN 
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Concerned largely with the activities of the Reading Railroad. 

1350. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON MINES AND MINING 

Conditions in the coal mines of Colorado. Washington: 
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1351. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON MINES AND MINING 

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1352. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. SELECT COMMITTEE ON EXISTING LA- 
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1353. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
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1354. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
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1355. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
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testimony taken by the Committee. Washington: GPO, 
1885. 4 volumes. 

The "Blair Hearings". References to coal mining are scattered 
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1356. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
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West Virginia coal fields. Hearings ... to investigate the 
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GPO, 1921-22 1078p. 

1357. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND WEL- 
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1358. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COM- 
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1359. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
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1360. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
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1361. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
WELFARE. SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR 

United Mine Workers' election, Hearings. Washington: 
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1362. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON MANUFACTURES 

Conditions in coal fields in Harlan and Bell counties, Ken- 
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1363. UNITED STATES INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 

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vl2 On the relations and conditions of capital and labor 
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vl5 389-420 Foreign born in the coal mines. 

vl7 Reports on labor organizations, labor disputes and ar- 
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1364. U. S. TAKES OVER THE COAL MINES 

Life My 10, 1943 23-29. 
1943 strike. 



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1365. VAN KLEECK, MARY 

Miners and management; a study of the collective agree- 
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391p. 

1366. VEAL, PHIL 

Obstructionists in the United Mine Workers. New York: 
New York Labor News, 1911. 16p. 

"Crippling hand of false leadership— how it keeps most powerful 
craft union in the land at mercy of employers." 

1367. VIRTUE, G. O. 

The anthracite mine laborers. U. S. Department of Labor. 
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A useful history of labor relations and unionization in the anthra- 
cite industry. 

1368. VIRTUE, G. O. 

The anthracite miners' strike of 1900. Journal of Political 
Economy 9: 1-23 1900. 

1369. VORSE, MARY H. 

Illinois miners. Scribners 93: 169-72 1933. 

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Mine Workers. 

1370. WAKEFIELD, D. 

In Hazard Kentucky. Commentary 36: 209-17 1963. 

Account of a longlasting wildcat strike. "The strike, with its drama 
and violence, became an outlet for and a means of protest against 
the bitter frustrations that have been building up here for a decade." 

1371. WALKER, CHARLES R. 

Red blood in Kentucky; why 100 percent Americans turn 
Communist. Forum 87: 18-23 1932. 

The "miner wars" in Harlan County. 

1372. WALKER, SAMUEL E. 

Terence V. Powderly. Dissertation. Ohio State University. 
1973. 306p. 

Emphasis is on Powderly \s activities in Scranton in the period 1870- 
1884. 



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1373. WALLACE, GEORGE SELDEN 

In the matter of the Hearing before a subcommittee of the 
Committee on education and labor of the United States 
Senate Resolution 37, authorizing the appointment of a 
Committee to make an investigation of conditions in the 
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Wallace for the state of West Virginia, dealing with the 
fourth section of the investigation. Charleston, West Vir- 
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1374. WALSH, WILLIAM J. 

The United Mine Workers of America as an economic and 
social force in the anthracite territory. Dissertation. Catho- 
lic University of America. 1931. 

1375. WALTERS, ROBERT 

Locking the barn door: Secretary Shultz and the miners. 
Washington Monthly Feb 1970 64-71. 

1376. WAR IN THE COAL FIELDS; THE NORTHERN FIELDS, 1931. 

Huntington, W. Va.: Appalachian Movement Press, 1972. 
12p. 

1377. WARFARE IN THE COAL FIELDS 

U. S. News Ag 28, 1953 54-57. 

Account of the bitter struggle between the UMWA and J. G. Brad- 
ley, the owner of mines in the Widen, West Virginia area. 

1378. WARNE, COLSTON E. 

Armistice or peace in coal. Current History ns4: 242-48 
1943. 

The 1943 strike. 

1379. WARNE, COLSTON E. 

Coal dispute enters its second year. Current History ns6: 
207-13 1944. 

The 1944 strike. 

1380. WARNE, FRANK 

The anthracite coal strike. Ann. Amer. Acad. 17: 15-52 
1901. 

1381. WARNE, FRANK 

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1382. WARNE, FRANK 

Effect of unionism upon the mine worker. Ann. Amer. 
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Deals with the anthracite fields. 

1383. WARNE, FRANK 

John Mitchell; the labor leader and the man. Review of 
Reviews 26: 556-60 1902. 

1384. WARNE, FRANK 

Miner and operator; a study of labor conditions in the an- 
thracite coal fields. Outlook 82: 643-56 1906. 

1385. WARNE, FRANK 

The miners' union, its business management. Ann. Amer. 
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1386. WARNE, FRANK 

Union movement among coal mine workers. Washington: 
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414). 

1387. WARNER, ARTHUR 

West Virginia— industrialism gone mad. Nation 113: 372-3 
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Mine operators go to almost any lengths to prevent unionization. 

1388. WECHSLER, JAMES A. 

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1389. WECKESSER, ERNEST 

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1390. WEITZELL, E. H. 

Industrial relations in coal mines. American Mining Con- 
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1391. WERSTEIN, raVTNG 

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Crowell. 1969. 146p. 

Intended for young readers. 



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1392. WEST, HAROLD E. 

Civil war in the West Virginia coal mines. Survey 30: 37- 
50 1913. 

A letter by the secretary of the West Virginia Mining Association 
protesting this article appears on p.8 of the same issue. 

1393. WEST VIRGINIA. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE 

Conditions in the Paint Creek district of West Virginia. In- 
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Charleston, Assistant Attorneys General on behalf of the 
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1394. WEST VIRGINIA. GOVERNOR'S COMMISSION ON LOGAN COUNTY 
SITUATION 

Report and digest of evidence taken by Commission ap- 
pointed by the Governor of West Virginia in connection 
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The "situation" was the labor unrest in the coal fields of southern 
West Virginia. 

1395. WEST VIRGINIA. GOVERNOR'S INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE 

Report and proceedings of Widen Strike Committee. 
Charleston, 1953. 184p. (Appears in West Virginia. Legis- 
lature. House of Delegates. Journal. Appendix Mr 2, 1953). 

1396. WEST VIRGINIA. MINING INVESTIGATION COMMISSION, 1912 

Report of West Virginia Mining Investigation Commission, 
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1397. WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS 

Category of crime of the Mine Operators' Association. Den- 
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"A partial list, showing 851 men murdered in less than four years." 
Cover title reads: Reply of the Western Federation of Miners to 
the "Red Book" of the Mine Operators' Association. 

1398. WEYL, WALTER 

John Mitchell; the man the miners trust. Outlook 82: 657- 
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1399. WHEELER, HOYT N. 

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1400. WHITE, THOMAS E. 

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1401. THE WHITE SLAVES OF MONOPOLIES: OR, JOHN FITZ PATRICK, 
THE MINER, SOLDIER AND WORKINGMAN's FRIEND 

A history of his struggles with mine owners, corporations . 
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1402. WICE, MARSHA N. 

Revolution in the mines: an analysis of the miners revolt of 
1969-70. Dissertation. University of Illinois. 1973. 213p. 

1403. WICKERSHAM, EDWARD D. 

Opposition to the international officers of the United Mine 
Workers of America: 1919-1933. Dissertation. Cornell Uni- 
versity. 1951 231p. 

1404. WIEBE, ROBERT H. 

The anthracite strike of 1902; a record of confusion. Mis- 
sissippi Valley Historical Review 48: 229-51 1961. 

1405. WTECK, AGNES 

Ku Kluxing in the miners country. New Republic 38: 122- 
24 1924. 

Williamson County, Illinois. 

1406. WIECK, EDWARD A. 

The American Miners' Association; a record of the origin of 
coal miners' unions in the United States. New York: Rus- 
sell Sage, 1940. 330p. 

Contemporary documents illustrating the development of mine un- 
ions are reproduced on pages 217-309. 

1407. WIECK, EDWARD A. 

Coal miners journal. Atlantic Monthly 134: 5-16 1924. 

Describes the activities of a member of the pit committee in a bit- 
uminous coal mine. 



155 



1408. WEECK, EDWABD A. 

General Alexander Bradley. American Mercury 8: 69-74 
1926. 

Account of Bradley's activity during the labor disputes in the Illin- 
ois coal fields, 1897. 

1409. WTECK, EDWARD A. 

The miners' case and the public interest; a documented 
chronology. New York: Russell Sage, 1947. 92p. 

1410. wnxcox, DAVID 

Comments upon suggestions presented by a committee in 
behalf of some of the employees to the producers of anth- 
racite coal. New York, 1906. 26p. 

1411. WILLIAMS, GERTRUDE M. 

Twenty-nine men in contempt. Nation 140: 443-45 1935. 

Account of the struggle of the United Anthracite Miners in the area 
around Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. 

1412. WILLIAMS, TALCOTT 

The Anthracite coal crisis. Atlantic 87: 447-56 1901. 

1413. WTLLITS, JOSEPH H. 

The conclusions and recommendations of the U. S. Coal 
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1414. WILSON, EDMUND 

Frank Keeney's coal diggers. New Republic 67: 195-99, 
229-31 1931. 

Account of destitution and labor polities in the southern West Vir- 
ginia coal fields. 

1415. WILSON, WILLIAM B. 

Speech of W. B. Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer, United Mine 
Workers of America. Delivered at Ashland . . . October, 
1901. Indianapolis: Hollenbeck Press, 1901. 20p. 

1416. WITT, MATT 

Bribe at Brookside; story of a desperate plot to break the 
Duke Power Strike. United Mine Workers Journal, May 
16-31, 1974, 8-15. 

The attempt to bribe two UMWA strike leaders "has led to the fil- 
ing of formal charges against Duke Power and the Southern Labor 
Union." 



156 



1417. WOLFE, GEORGE 

Survey of conditions of operators and production in so- 
called open-shop districts of West Virginia. American Min- 
ing Congress. Proceedings 23: 315-22 1920. 

Miners are happier in non-union fields; thus "the United Mine 
Workers of America will not have very much chance to gain a 
foothold in our midst." 

1418. WOLL, MATTHEW 

Injunctions in West Virginia. American Federationist 32: 
572-78 1925. 

1419. WOLTMAN, FREDERICK AND W. L. NUNN 

Cossacks. American Mercury 15: 399-406 1928. 

The "cossacks" are local officials in general and the Pennsylvania 
State Police in particular. 

1420. WOOLLEY, BRYAN AND FORD REDD 

We be here when the morning comes. Lexington: Univer- 
sity of Kentucky Press, 1975. 103p. 

1421. WORK OR IDLENESS IN THE BrTUMTNOUS COAL INDUSTRY 

New York: Consolidation Coal Company, 1925. 13p. 

"A correspondence between John D. Rockefeller, Jr., C. W. Wat- 
son, President. Consolidation Coal Company, and John L. Lewis, 
President, United Mine Workers of America." 

1422. WORKERS INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL UNION 

The mines to the control of the miners. Detroit, 1919. 19p. 

1423. WRIGHT, CARROLL D. 

Importance of arbitration as a factor in the advancement 
of the mining industry. American Mining Congress. Pro- 
ceedings 11 Pt. 2: 52-56 1908. 

1424. WRIGHT, HELEN S. 

Coal's worst year. Boston: R. G. Badger, 1924. 202p. 
The anthracite strike of 1922. 

1425. YOUNG, DALLAS M. 

A history of the Progressive Miners of America. Disserta- 
tion. University of Illinois. 1940. 

1426. YOUNG, DALLAS M. 

Origin of the Progressive Mine Workers of America. Illin- 
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1426a. ZIEGER, ROBERT H. , 

Pennsylvania coal and politics. Pennsylvania Magazine of 

History and Biography 93: 244-62 1969. 

Account of the political aspects of the anthracite strike of 1925-26. 



158 



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1427. ABBOTT, GRACE 

Immigrant and coal mining communities of Illinois. 
Springfield: Illinois Department of Registration and Edu- 
cation, 1920. 43p. (Bulletin 2 of the Immigrants Com- 
mission ) . 

1428. ABBOTT, GRACE 

Improvement in rural public relief: the lesson of the coal- 
mining communities. Social Service Review 6: 183-222 
1932. 

1429. AHRENHOLZ, GLADYS 

Factors affecting social participation in coal communities. 
Thesis. West Virginia University. 1951. 46p. 

1430. ALLRED, CHARLES E. AND OTHERS 

Grundy County, Tennessee; relief in a coal mining comm- 
unity. Tennessee. Agriculture Experiment Station. Report 
11. 1936. 

1431. ALTHOUSE, RONALD 

Work, safety and life style among southern Appalachian 
coal miners; a survey of the men of Standard Mines. Mor- 
gantown: West Virginia University, 1974. 152p. 

1432. AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL ASSOCIATION 

Life in a West Virginia Coal Field. Charleston, West Vir- 
ginia, 1923. 58p. 

Written to refute "scurrilous articles" which have depicted the coal 
fields as "an island of barbarity in a sea of civilization." 

1433. AQUIZAP, ROMAN B. AND ERNEST A. VARGAS 

Technology, power and socialization in Appalachia. Social 
Casework 51: 131-39 1970. 

Study of the effects of the coal industry on the social system in a 
coal mining area. 

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1433a. ARBLE, MEADE 

The long tunnel: a coal miner's journal. New York: Ath- 
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Author worked as a miner in Pennsylvania. 

1434. ARBLE, MEADE 

Notes from a coal mine. New York Times Magazine Ja 12, 
1975 28-32. 

Notes from the diary of a writer who worked as a miner in Pennsyl- 
vania. 

1435. ARBLE, MEADE 

Turning off: my life underground; A young father's story. 
Redbook Feb 1976 74+ 

Describes the dispirited life of a young coal miner in Pennsylvania. 

1436. ARCHER, C. H. 

School consolidation at Gary, McDowell County, West 
Virginia. Coal Age My 6, 1916. 807-8. 

Account of education in the area of the main operation of the U. S. 
Coal & Coke Co. 

1437. ARKANSAS. STATE EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION 

A study of the Arkansas coal mines and miners. Little 
Rock, 1934. 97p. proc. 

1438. BALL, RICHARD A. 

The Southern Appalachian coal community; an explora- 
tive study. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1960. 143p. 

1439. BARNES, CLARENCE E. 

The pattern and nature of the informal and formal institu- 
tional contacts participated in by residents of New Hill. 
Thesis. West Virginia University. 1952. 58p. 

New Hill is a small mining community in north-central West Vir- 
ginia. 

1440. BAUMGARDNER, RILEY G. AND D. E. STEINER 

Cabin Creek: an accumulation of unpaid social and envi- 
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Account of the economic and social plight of the Cabin Creek area 
in southern West Virginia. Possible plans for improvement are pre- 
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1441. BENTLEY, J. G. 

Methods of improving mining camp sanitation from stand- 
point of industrial medicine. Virginia Medical Monthlu 54- 
638-40, 1928. 

1442. BERTHOFF, ROWLAND 

The social order of the anthracite region, 1825-1902. 
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 89: 261- 
91 1965. 

1443. BEURY, WILLIAM 

The social aspects of coal mines. West Virginia Coal Min- 
ing Institute. Proceedings 1934 63-77. 

A generally cheerful view of life in the West Virginia coal fields 
by a company executive. 

1444. BLEAK LIFE OF SKILLED DIGGERS 

Fortune Jan 1971 83-85. 
Chiefly photographs. 

1445. BRACKER, MILTON 

Portrait in black and white. N. Y. Times Magazine N 30, 
1941. p5+. 

Life in the southwestern Pennsylvania coal fields ( Uniontown area ) . 

1446. BRANDT, L. 

Housing the coal industry. West Virginia Coal Mining In- 
stitute. Proceedings 1923 51-64. 

Author concentrates on the investment required by the operator to 
supply housing of various standards. 

1447. BROSKY, A. F. 

Building a town for a mountain community. Coal Age 23: 
560-563 1923. 

Description of the 'Model' coal mining town of Jenkins, Kentucky. 

1448. BROWN, MALCOLM J. 

Seven stranded coal towns; a study of an American de- 
pressed area. Washington: GPO, 1941. 188p. (WPA. Re- 
search Monograph 23). 

The Illinois coal fields. 

1449. BROWN, ROLLO W. 

The hills are strong. Boston: Beacon Press, 1953 (1952), 
244p. 

Includes an account of the author's early life in the coal-mining sec- 
tion of southeastern Ohio. 

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1450. BROWNELL, BAKER 

The other Illinois. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 
1958. 276p. 

Southern Illinois is the "other Illinois". Much material on the coal 
fields. 

1451. BUIS, LOIS s. c. 

Kay Jay in its heyday. Applachian Heritage. Summer 1974 
61-69. 

Describes the community and the every day life of a small mining 
town in Southeastern, Ky., ten years ago. 

1452. CABIN CREEK Y.M.C.A. (dECOTA, WEST VIRGINIA) 

Coal Age 4: 741-42 1913. 

1453. CAUDELL, HARRY M. 

The mountain, the miner and the Lord. Appalachian Herit- 
age Summer 1974 28-39. 

Tells the story of a black miner who struggles to survive the de- 
pression and send his daughter to college. 

1454. CAUDELL, HARRY M. 

Permanent poor: The lesson of eastern Kentucky. Atlantic 
Je 1964 49-53. 

1455. CHAMBERLAIN, J. G. 

Are the avenues to a higher social, industrial and political 
position increasing or diminishing with the miner. Ohio 
Mining Journal 5: 2 1887 68-73. 

1456. CHAMBERLAIN, J. G. 

Social possibilities of the miner. Ohio Mining Journal 2: 
73-79 1883/84. 

Operators should help miners own their own homes and become 
"solid" citizens. 

1457. CHURCH, RUTH AND CATHY STANLEY 

Women miners— in the 40's; today. Mountain Life and 
Work Nov 1974 14-15. 

Two women who worked in the mines in the 1 940*8 file for black 
lung benefits; and two women presently working in Va. mines des- 
cribe their work. 

1458. coal's boom creates a new kind of town 
Business Week 164+ Sept 16, 1967. 



162 



Because of the coal industry's prosperity, companies are using new 
recruiting techniques such as Eastern Associated Coal Corporation's 
new town for miners near Beckley. W. Va. 

1459. COLES, ROBERT 

Life in Appalachia. The case of Hugh McCaslin. Trans- 
Action Je 1968 23-33. 

A sympathetic look at a disabled miner, his ideas, life style, and 
past. 

1460. CONROY. JACK 

Boyhood in a coal town. American Mercury 23: 83-92 1931. 

1461. COWLEY, MALCOLM 

Kentucky coal town. New Republic 70: 67-70 Mr 2, 1932. 

Town is Pineville. Replies to this article appeared in the same jour- 
nal, issues of Mr. 30 and My 18. 

1462. CRAWFORD, BRUCE 

Piney Ridge, Virginia. Virginia Quarterly Review 8: 371- 

84 1932. 

Description of life in a coal mining area near the Kentucky border. 

1463. CRESSEY, PAUL FREDERICK 

Social disorganization and reorganization in Harlan Coun- 
ty, Kentucky. American Sociological Review 14: 389-94 
1949. 

1464. DEAN, LOIS 

Minersville-a study in socioeconomic stagnation. Human 
Organization 2A: 254-61 1965. 

Attempt to understand the value system and attitudes of an econom- 
ically depressed Illinois mining town. 

1465. DEASY, GEORGE F. AND PHYLLIS R. GRIESS 

Effects of a declining mining economy on the Pennsyl- 
vania anthracite region. Association of American Geo- 
graphers. Annals 55: 239-59 1965. 

"The Pennsylvania anthracite region is experiencing increasing 
economic and social dislocations as a result of continuing decline of 
its coal mining industry". 

1466. DE LAURETIS, FRANK T. 

Anthracite coal: a case study of the social problems of a 
declining industry. Thesis. University of Illinois. 1956. 



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1466a. DENSMORE, RAYMOND E. 

The coal miner of Appalachia. Parsons, W. Va.; McClain 
Printing Co., 1977. 49p. 

Account of life in the coal fields of Maryland and northern West 
Virginia, during the period 1920-1940. Author was a miner and 
mine official. 

1467. DENTON, ALMA 

Standards of living among bituminous coal miners' fam- 
ilies in southern Illinois. Thesis. University of Illinois. 
1934. 

1468. DOWNING, THOMAS F. 

Where to build our mining towns and what to build. West 
Virginia Coal Mining Institute. Proceedings 1923 41-51. 

The general manager of a large coal company discusses the pro- 
blems of building towns in the narrow valleys of the coal country. 

1469. EAVENSON, HOWARD N. 

Building complete thousand-dwelling town for a mine 
population of 7,000 at Lynch, Kentucky. Coal Age 20: 532- 
36 1921. 

1470. EDUCATION IN COLORADO FUEL AND ERON VILLAGES 

Coal Age 7: 466-70 1915. 

1471. EDWARDS, J. H. 

Helping man and family. Coal Age D 1944 86-93. 

Describes efforts of the Jewell Ridge Coal Company to make the 
coal towns "better places in which to live" and "to raise the em- 
ployees esteem of his job." Area located in the coal fields of south- 
ern Virginia, near Bluefield, West Virginia. 

1472. THE EDWARDSVILLE IMPROVEMENTS 

Coal Age 5: 936-39 1914. 

Account of the transformation of Edwardsville, Luzerne County, 
Pennsylvania into a model coal mining community. 

1473. ELLIS, MABEL B. 

Children of the Kentucky coal fields. American Child 1: 
285-405 1920. 

1474. ENVIRONMENT AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN OF COAL 
MINERS' FAMILIES 

MLR 21: 333-34 1925. 



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1475. ERNST, HARRY W. AND CHARLES H. DRAKE 

Poor, proud and primitive. Nation 188: 490-93 1959. 

Deals largely with the depressed coal areas of southern West Vir- 
ginia. (Reprinted in ML & W 35: 3 1959 under the title: Region 
in Need). 

1476. FAY, C. L. 

Liquor problem in mining communities. Coal Age 1: 90, 
192, 222-24, 258-59 1911/12. 

1477. FITZPATRICK, JOHN S. 

Underground mining: a case study of an occupational sub- 
culture of danger. Dissertation. Ohio State University, 
1974. 280p. 

Examines the patterns of behavior produced by mining and the ef- 
fects of danger on the miners' belief systems, social interaction, and 
concepts of safety. 

1478. FOWLER, GEORGE L. 

Social and industrial conditions in the Pocahontas coal 
fields. Engineering Magazine 27: 383-96 1904. 

1479. FRENCH, JACK 

Segregation patterns in a coal camp. Thesis. West Virginia 
University. 1953. 67p. 

1480. FRIENDS. SOCIETY OF 

Report of the child relief work in the bituminous coal 
fields by the American t riends service Committee. Phila- 
delphia: Engle Press, 1932. 67p. 

Covers the period S 1, 1931 -Ag 31, 1932. 

1481. FRIENDS, SOCIETY OF 

A report of the services and relief in the bituminous coal 
fields by the American Friends Service Committee. Phila- 
dephia: Engle Press, 1933. 32p. 

Covers the period S 1 1932-Ag 31, 1933. 

1482. GIBBONS, P. E. 

Miners of Scranton. Harpers New Monthly Magazine 55: 
916-27 1877. 

Account of the life style of the miners, then largely Welsh, German 
and Irish. 



165 



1483. GILFILLAN, HARRIET W. ( LAUREN GILFILLAN, PSEUD. ) 

I went to pit college. New York: Viking, 1934. 288p. 

Account of life in the Pennsylvania coal fields during the early 
years of the depression. 

1484. GLADDEN, JAMES W. AND CHRISTIANSEN, JOHN R. 

Emergence of urban values in mining families in eastern 
Kentucky. Rural Sociology 21: 135-39 1956. 

1485. GOLDWASSER, T. 

Coal mining 2. Benton, Illinois. Atlantic Nov. 1969 28+. 

Description of life above and below ground in Benton, Illinois, a 
coal town. 



1486. GOODRICH, CARTER 

Machine and the miner. Harper 154: 649-54 1927. 

The introduction of machines will mean "an end to the unique and 
traditional freedom of the mines." 

1487. GOODRICH, CARTER 

The miners' freedom. Boston: Marshall Jones, 1925. 189p. 

"A study of the working life in a changing industry." 

1488. GOODRICH, CARTER 

Nothing but a coal factory: machinery in coal mining. 
New Republic 44: 91-93 1925. 

Author maintains that the introduction of machines means end to 
miners' freedom. 

1489. GORDON, LELAND 

Peanut hill. Nation 140: 270-71 1935. 
Human misery in the Ohio coal fields. 

1490. GRIFFIN, GERALD 

The truth about eastern Kentucky. Mountain Life & Work 
31: 4 1955 17-24. 

A discussion of the desperate economic conditions in the coal fields 
of eastern Kentucky. 

1490a. HAINES, MICHAEL R. 

Fertility, marriage, and occupation in the Pennsylvania 
anthracite region, 1850-1880. Journal of Family History 2: 
28-55 1977. 



166 



1491. HALL, HEL1 \ 

Miners must eat. Atlantic 152: 153-62 1933. 
Conditions in the West Virginia coal fields. 

1492. HALL, R. D. 

The industrial clean-up. American Mining Congress. Pro- 
ceedings 22: 717-25 1919. 

Urges companies to create better housing, recreational facilities, etc., 
in the mining towns. 

1493. HAMBRIDCE, JAY 

An artist's impressions of the colliery region. Century Mag- 
azine 55: 822-28 1897/98. 

The Pennsylvania anthracite area. 

1494. HAMTLL, R. H. 

Design of buildings in mining towns. Coal Age 11: 1045- 
48 1917. 

1495. HEDGEPETH, WILLIAM 

George's Branch, Ky. Look Mr 4, 1969 25-33. 

"Eight full years after America became aware of Appalachia, hun- 
ger hangs on in the hollows as strip miners dismember the moun- 
tain land and a stubborn poverty threatens to create an American 
peasantry." 

1496. HODGSON, BRYAN 

Mountain voices, mountain days. National Geographic Jl 
1972 118-46. 

Includes text and photographs of coal mining areas. 

1497. HOFFMAN, BETTY HANNAH 

Meet a soft-coal miner's family of Harlan County. Ken- 
tucky. Ladies Home Journal 64: 225-32. Mr 1947. 

1498. HOLLANDS WORTH, GENEVIEVE 

Youth recreation in the coal mining towns of West Vir- 
ginia. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1948. 

1499. HUEBNER, A. F. 

Houses for mine villages. Coal Age 12: 717-20 1917. 

Good housing is not only a profitable investment but has become 
necessary to keep reliable labor. 



167 



1500. HUSBAND, JOSEPH 

A year in a coal mine. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1911. 
171p. 

Description, by a young Harvard graduate, of work as an unskilled 
miner in the Illinois coal fields. 

1501. HUSKINSON, FRANK 

How a western coal-mining village manages a social club. 
Coal Age 12: 670-71 1917. 

Delagua, Colorado. 

1502. INSTITUTE ON MAN AND SCIENCE 

Project approach: the revitalization of Stump Creek. Rens- 
selaerville, N. Y., 1973. 28p. (ERIC Ed 082 880). 

Account of a pilot project to improve housing conditions in a "de- 
clining Pennsylvania coal town." 

1503. JACKSON, BRUCE 

In the Valley of the Shadows: Kentucky. Transaction Je 
1971 28-38. 

Account of conditions in Pike County, Kentucky, including activities 
of the Appalachian Volunteers. 

1504. JORDAN, MARGARET W. 

A plea for the West Virginia miner. Coal Age 6: 914-16 
1914. 

Experiences of a social worker in the coal fields of southern West 
Virginia. 

1505. JUTELIS, VICTORIA 

The effects of a depression upon a mining village. Thesis. 
University of Illinois. 1934. 

1506. KAPLAN, STELLA A. 

Recent developments in housing for bituminous coal min- 
ers. Thesis. University of Pittsburgh. 1945. 

1507. KARSCH, CARL G. 

Hardship in the valleys. Presbyterian Life S 1, 1960 7-12. 
Life in "the declining coal towns of West Virginia." 



1508. KEELY, JOSIAH 

Successful wives in coal camps. Coal Age 11: 591-2 1917. 

Author deplores the rivalries of the wives of mine officials and their 
unsettling effects. 



168 



1509. KELLY, JAMES F. AND THOMAS W. HARRELL 

Job satisfaction among coal miners. Personnel Psychology 
2: 161-70 1949. 

Study made among miners in the Illinois coal fields. 

1510. KNIPE, EDWARD E. 

Occupational ingress and egress; a survey of Appalachian 
coal miners. Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth Univer- 
sity, 1973. 118p. 

"A study of those factors related to choosing to be a coal miner in 
Appalachia." 

1511. KNIPE, EDWARD E. AND HELEN M. LEWIS 

Toward a methodology of studying coal miners' attitudes. 
Johnson City: East Tennessee State University, 1968. 34p. 

1512. LANTZ, HERMAN R. 

People of Coal Town. New York: Columbia, 1958. 310p. 
A study of life in a small mining community in southern Illinois. 

1513. LAUCK, W. J. 

Bituminous coal miner and coke worker of Western Penn- 
sylvania. Survey 26: 34-51 1911. 

1514. LEAMER, LAURENCE 

Eccles no. 6: working the seam in a West Virginia coal 
mine. Harpers Dec 1971 100-2+ . 

1515. LEE, JENNIE 

Kentucky through English eyes. Living Age 342: 184-5 
1932. (Alternate title: My Old Kentucky Home). 

"Of all the God-forsaken spots I have visited, American mining 
camps are certainly the worst." 

1516. LEISTRITZ, F. LARRY AND THOR A. HERTSGAARD 

Coal development in North Dakota: effects on agriculture 
and rural communities. North Dakota Farm Research 
Sept/Oct 1973 3-9. 

1517. LEWIS, HELEN M. 

Fatalism or the coal industry? Contrasting views of Appal- 
achian problems. Mountain Life and Work Dec 1970 4-15. 

1518. LEWIS, HELEN M. 

Occupational role and family roles: a study of coal mining 
families in the southern Appalachians. Dissertation. Uni- 
versity of Kentucky. 1970. 332p. 

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1519. LEWIS, HELEN M. AND EDWARD E. KNIPE 

The sociological impact of mechanization on coal miners 
and their families. Johnson City: East Tennessee State 
University, 1969. 40p. 

1520. LINDSAY, J. J. 

Why they still go into the mines. NY Times Magazine Nov. 
24,1963 37+. 

Conditions in the mines are very hazardous, but miners continue to 
work "because they have to; most of them have no choice." 

1521. LIVINC CONDITIONS OF BITUMINOUS MINE WORKERS 

MLR 18: 529-35 1924. 

1522. LIVING WITH UNEMPLOYMENT IN A COAL TOWN 

Business Week Ja 8, 1955 44-50. 
Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. 

1523. LrVINGSTON, WILLIAM J. 

Coal miners and religion. Thesis. Union Theological Sem- 
inary, Richmond. 1951. 

Research was done in Logan County, West Virginia. 

1524. LOHMANN, KARL B. 

Improving colliery surroundings in anthracite region. Coal 
Age 6: 739-41 1914. 

"There is no good reason why colliery plants should be blots on the 
surrounding landscape." 

1525. LOVEJOY, OWEN R. 

Child labor in the soft coal mines. Ann. Amer. Acad. 29: 
26-34 1907. 

1526. LOVEJOY, OWEN R. 

Coal mines of Pennsylvania. Ann. Amer. Acad. 38: Supp. 
133-38 1911. 

Child labor in the mines. 

1527. LOVEJOY, OWEN R. 

The extent of child labor in the anthracite coal industry. 
Ann. Amer. Acad. 29: 35-49 1907. 

1528. LOZIER, JOHN 

Ambivalence toward promotion among Appalachian coal 
miners: the legend of Larry Harper. Appalachian Journal 
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Larry Harper, Long a highly competent miner, was made a foreman 
His neighbors and fellow workers fell that the promotion destroyed 
him. His personality changed, he drank heavily and finally killed 
himself. 

1529. MC CARTHY, COLMAN 

Who's who in Appalachia. Atlantic Jl 1976 68-75. 

Account of the impact, largely unfortunate, of the coal industry on 
Appalachia and its people. 

1530. MACLEAN, ANNIE M. 

Life in the Pennsylvania coal fields with particular refer- 
ence to women. American Journal of Sociology 14: 329- 
oi lyuy. 

1531. MC GILL, NETTIE P. 

Welfare of children in the bituminous coal mining comm- 
unities in West Virginia. Washington: GPO, 1923. 77p. 
(Children's Bureau Publication 117). 

1.532. MAGNUSSON, LEIFUR 

Company housing in the anthracite region of Pennsylvania. 
MLR 10: 1260-69 1920. 

1533. MAGNUSSON, LEIFUR 

Company housing in the bituminous coal fields. MLR 10: 
1045-52 1920. 

1534. MALONEY, JOHN 

The angel of Happy Hollow. Saturday Evening Post 220 
F. 14, 1948 30-31, 97-99. 

Social work of Elizabeth Collins in the Southern Appalachian coal 
fields. 

1535. MARJA, FERN 

Forgotten children: the West Virginia Story. Title of a 
series of six articles appearing in the New York Post F 22 
to F 28, 1960. 

Report on human misery in the coal fields of southern West Vir- 
ginia. 

1536. MARKHAM, EDWIN 

The hoe-man in the making: little slaves of the coal mines. 
Cosmopolitan 42: 20-28 1906. 

1537. MARTIN, JOHN B. 

Crisis in coaltown. Saturday Evening Post S 18, 1954 24-5. 
"The case history of dying West Frankfort, Illinois." 

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1538. MARTIN, JOHN B. 

Life and death in coaltown. New York Times Magazine Ja 
13, 1952 11. 

1539. MATTHEWS, ELLEN N. 

Work opportunities and school training for the coal min- 
ers' children. National Conference of Social Work. Pro- 
ceedings 1921: 287-92. 

1540. MAZZEI, FRANX JOSEPH 

A study of the factors influencing job satisfaction among 
factory workers of Clarksburg, West Virginia, and coal 
miners of Morgantown, West Virginia. Thesis. West Vir- 
ginia University. 1953. 

1541. MILLER, NORA 

Girl in the rural family. Chapel Hill: University of North 
Carolina Press, 1935. 108p. 

Chapter 4: the soft coal mine family. 

1542. miners' story 
Independent 54: 1407-10 1902. 

The life story of a Pennsylvania miner who started work at the 
age of twelve. 

1543. MORRIS, HOMER L. 

The plight of the bituminous coal miner. Philadelphia: 
University of Pennsylvania Press, 1934. 253p. 

Study is centered chiefly in the coal fields of Kentucky and West 
Virginia. 

1544. MORRIS, THOMAS JOHN 

The coal camp; a pattern of limited community life. 
Thesis. West Virginia University. 1950. 93p. 

1545. MURPHY, R. E. 

A Southern West Virginia mining community. Economic 
Geography 9: 51-59 1933. 

1546. MYERS, JAMES 

Rehabilitation in the coal fields. Christian Century 49: 
1053-55 1932. 

Activity of the Quakers in a northern West Virginia coal field. 



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1547. NELLIS, LEE 

What does energy development mean for Wyoming? Hu- 
man Organization 33: 229-38 1974. 

A look at the impact on Hanna, Wyoming, a small town, of rapid 
growth due to new mining operations. 

1548. NELSON, H. L. 

Life in the coal villages. Harpers Weekly 32: 4.58 1888. 
Reply to the above: Colliery Engineer 8: 252-53 1887/88. 

1549. NEUBERT, ANN 

We belong in these hills. Ladies Home journal Jl 1961 88- 
91. 

Account of the way of life of the families of unemployed coal min- 
ers. The Neuberts live in Fayette County, West Virginia. 

1550. NICHOLS, FRANCIS H. 

Children of the coal shadows. McClures 20: 435-44 1902/3. 
Child labor in the anthracite coal fields. 

1551. NOON, W. H. 

The coal camp bootlegger. West Virginia Coal Mining In- 
stitute. Proceedings 1921 78-80. 

The problems created by the bootleggers who cater "to the thirst 
and conviviality" of the mine camps. 

1552. NOONAN, J. ROBERT 

Analysis of contingencies in the Appalachian coalfields. 
Community Mental Health Journal 12: 99-105 1976. 

Prosperity, indeed survival, of those living in the coal fields has de- 
pended on conditions over which they have no control. Author sug- 
gests ways to help overcome the passivity which results. 

1552a. NOONAN, J. ROBERT 

The mystique of coal mining. Appalachian Notes 4: 17-23 
1976 

Study of the motivation of miners. 
1553. NORTON, HELEN G. 

Feudalism in West Virginia. Nation 13: 154-5 1931. 
"Life in West Virginia coal camps is unbelievably feudalistic." 



173 



1554. NUTTALL, JOHN 

Trees above with coal below. San Diego, Calif.: Neyenesch 
Printers, 1961. 202p. 

The author's personal reminiscences of life in the timber and coal 
lands of Fayette County, W. Va. in the late 19th and early 20th 
centuries. 

1555. OBENAUER, MARIE L. 

Living conditions among coal workers of the United States. 
Ann. Amer. Acad. Ill: 12-23 1924. 

1556. OBENAUER, MARIE L. 

Who are the coal mine workers? North American Review 
219: 609-15 1924. 

1557. OWEN, C. E. 

Successful centralization of township schools. Coal Age 
Ap 1, 1916 601-4. 

Account of school centralization and design of school building in 
mining area in McDowell County, West Virginia. 

1558. PALANGE, MARK 

Coal camp buys itself: David, Ky. Mountain Life and 
Work Nov 1975 33-35. 

Residents of a former coal camp formed the David Community 
Development Corp. and bought their own town. 

1559. PARKER, EDWARD W. 

Workmen's houses in the anthracite regions. National Plan- 
ning Association. Proceedings 5: 54-66 1916. 

1560. PARKER, RUTH L. 

With the Friends in the coal fields. Mountain Life and 
Work O 1932 3-10. 

Activities of the American Friends Service Committee in relieving 
distress in the coal fields. 

1561. PARLOW, ANITA 

Pikeville, Kentucky : Millionaires and mobile homes. South- 
ern Exposure Winter 1976 25-30. 

"For many residents, neither the planners' strategies nor the coal 
barons' success has done much to alter a life of poverty in the midst 
of plenty." 



174 



1562. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

A modem coal mining town. Engineering and Mining 
Journal 82: 830-32 1906. 

The glories of Zeigler, Illinois and the Ziegler Coal Co. 

1563. peabody's new coal town in Illinois 
Coal Age 5: 133-34 1914. 

Account of Kincaid, Illinois. 

1564. PEARCE, JOHN E. 

The superfluous people of Hazard, Kentucky. Reporter Ja 
3, 1963. 33-35. 

Coal miners are, and will probably remain, superfluous. 

1565. PERRY, HUEY 

They'll cut off your project. New York: Praeger, 1972. 
256p. 

Author tells of his experience as director of a "War on Poverty" 
project in Mingo County, West Virginia. 

1566. PETERSON, BILL 

Coal town revisited; an Appalachian notebook. Chicago: 
Regnery, 1972. 230p. 

"Life in coaltown is much the same as Kennedy and those who fol- 
lowed him in 1960 saw it." A journalist searches to determine why 
the United Mine Workers Union and "the War on Poverty" failed 
to save Appalachia. 

1567. POLSKOV, WALTER N. 

Sufficient unto himself is the coal digger. Labor and Na- 
tion My/Je 1947 28-29. 

An attempt to explain "Why the miners behave the way they do". 

1568. QUARLES, MARY A. 

A comparison of some aspects of family life between two 
areas of Leslie County, Kentucky. Thesis. University of 
Kentucky. 1952. 

1569. RASKLN, A. H. 

How miners live. American Mercury 64: 421-27 1947. 

A generally dismal picture of life in the Pennsylvania and West Vir- 
ginia coal fields. 



175 



1570. RATLIFF, PAUL 

Yesterday's coal town. Mountain Life & Work Winter 1960 
20-23. 

A "photo-essay" depicting conditions in a declining mine village. 

1571. REYNOLDS, JAMES E. 

Anxiety in coal miners. Thesis. West Virginia University. 
1959. 78p. 

"Some relevant characteristics of miners whose conditions were 
diagnosed as 'Anxiety Reaction' in McDowell County, West Virginia 
during the years 1955 through 1957." 

1572. RICH, MARK 

Some churches of coal mining communities of West Vir- 
ginia. New York. 1951 62p. 

Survey sponsored by the West Virginia Council of Churches and 
the Committee for Cooperative Field Research. 

1573. RICHARDSON, F. L. W. 

Community resettlement in a depressed coal region. Ap- 
plied Anthropology Pt. I 1: O D 1941 24-53; Pt. II 1: 3 
Ap/Je 1942 32-61; Pt. Ill 7: 4 1948 1-27. 

1574. RIDENOUR, GEORGE L. 

The American coal miner and the social problem. Thesis. 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 1927. 

1575. RORERTS, PETER 

Anthracite coal communities; a study of the demography, 
the social, educational and moral life of the anthracite re- 
gions. New York: Macmillan, 1904. 387p. 

1576. RORINSON, M. B. 

Among the coal miners. Missionary Review 25: 835-39 
1902. 

Illinois setting. 

1577. RODEN, B. F. 

The commissary: its indispensability and purposes. Coal 
Age 4: 240-42 1913. 

1578. ROGERS, JACK 

I remember that mining town. West Virginia Review 15: 
203-5 1938. 

Vivid description of life in a West Virginia mine camp during the 
author's boyhood. 



176 



1579. ROOD, HENRY E. 

A Pennsylvania colliery village. Century Magazine 55: 
809-21 1897/98. 

1580. ROOSEVELT, THEODORE 

Coal miner at home. Outlook 96: 899-908 1910. 

Account of the author's short trip to the Scranton area. TR paints 
a generally cheerful picture. 

1581. ROSS, M. H. 

The Appalachian coal miner: his way of living, working 
and relating to others. New York Academy of Science. An- 
nals 200: 184-96 1972. 

1582. ROSS, M. H. 

Life style of the coal miner; America's original hard hat. 
Appalachia Medicine Apr 1971 5-11. 

A concise resume of social, psychological and economic problems as- 
sociated with the coal miner. Provides a list of factors which attract 
men to this seemingly unattractive occupation. 

1583. ROSS, MALCOLM H. 

Machine Age in the hills. New York: Macmillan, 1933. 
248p. 

"The effects of technology ... in the coal fields of Kentucky and 
West Virginia." A classic report. 

1584. ROSS, MALCOLM H. 

Permanent part-time. Survey Graphic 266-68 1933. 
Activity of the Quakers in the West Virginia mine fields. 

1585. ROY, ANDREW 

Characteristics of miners. Ohio Mining Journal 2: 88-92 
1883/84. 

Miners are made "quarrelsome and fault-finding" by "the pernicious 
influence of breathing bad air." 

1586. RYAN, FREDERICK 

The rehabilitation of Oklahoma coal mining communities. 
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1935. 120p. 

1587. THE SALOON EVIL IN THE MINING INDUSTRY 

Coal Age 12: 1008-9 1917. 



177 



1588. SHANNON, IRWIN V. 

Southeastern Ohio in depression and war; the disintegra- 
tion of an area. Columbus: Ohio State University. 1943. 
54p. (Bureau of Educational Research Monograph 24). 

1589. SHAW, IRA D. 

Welfare work among miners. Coal Age 4: 21-22 1913. 

1590. SHEPHERD, WILLIAM G. 

Big black spot. Colliers S 19, 1931 12-13. 

Account of conditions in the West Virginia coal fields, with special 
emphasis on the company store. 

1591. SHURICK, A. T. 

Colliery dwelling construction. Coal Age 38-41, 211-14, 
1911/12. 

Discussion of proper homes for miners and mine officials. Plans and 
illustrations are included. 

1592. SIMPSON, ALEXANDER G. 

The life of a miner in two hemispheres. New York: Abby 
Press, 1903. 300p. 

Includes sections on the author's experience as a mine official in 
Illinois and Alabama. 

1593. SMITH, RICHARD C. 

Human crisis in the kingdom of coal. New York: Friend- 
ship Press, 1952. 113p. 

Examines the plight of the coal miner in both Europe and America. 
Author was for some years director of the Mountaineer Mining Mis- 
sion in Morgantown. West Virginia. 

1594. SOCIOLOGICAL CONDITIONS IN WEST VIRGINIA 

Coal Age 2: 733-34 1912. 

1595. SOCIOLOGICAL WORK ACCOMPLISHED BY THE CONSOLIDATION 
COAL COMPANY 

Coal Age 15: 54-58 1919. 

Account of social services provided by the Company to its miners- 
nursing care, education, recreation, etc. 

1596. SPAHR, CHARLES B. 

The coal miners of Pennsylvania. Outlook 62: 805-12 1899. 
Account of economic and social conditions in the anthracite fields. 



178 



1597. STEELMAN, JAMES 

The English Language in the coal mining regions. Coal 
Age 6: 834-36 1914. 

The problc.ni <>i teaching English to foreign bom miners. 

1598. STELLMAN, DON 

Being in the right place at the right time. Mountain Re- 
view Sept. 1974 30-34. 

"Last year 11 lawyers from eastern Kentucky received a total of 
more than S3. 8 million for representing disabled coal miners who 
were fighting for black lung benefits. . . ." 

1599. STILLMAN, DON 

Company stores thrive. Mountain Life ami Work Dec 1975 
36-44. 

Reprinted from the "UMWA Journal," the article describes the con- 
tinuing existence and modem practices of the company store. 

1600. STOCKTON, RICHARD 

Underground in Illinois; how coal miners live, work and 
struggle for unity. Chicago: National Research League, 
1935?. 32p. 

1601. STORE CHECKS VS. THRIFT 

Coal Age 8: 619 1915. 

Editorial on the role of the company store. It triggered a number of 
letters on the subject on pp. 812-13, 852-54, 895-97. 

1602. STRONG, EDNA R. 

A sociological analysis of ecology, structure and processes 
in a Virginia coal mining community. Thesis. Louisiana 
State University. 1943. 

1603. SWADOS, HARVEY 

The miners: men without work. Dissent 6: 389-401 1959. 
Account of life in the coal fields of western Pennsylvania. 

1604. SWEET, PATRICIA A. 

The effects of living in an isolated mining camp on the 
learning ability of poor and non-poor students in a second 
grade class in Keokee Elementary School, Keokee, Vir- 
ginia. Thesis. East Tennessee State University, 1970. 45p. 

1605. SWIFT, BERT, ROBERT DECKER AND MIKE MCKEOWN 

Mental health in Appalachia: an emerging problem. Ap- 
palachia Oct/Nov 1975 36-44. 



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Mental health problems will increase "as the drive for energy dis- 
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groups and alters prevailing patterns of culture." 

1606. TAYLOR, WARREN C. 

Father Ligutti's homestead. Christian Century 56: 56-8 Ja 
11, 1939. 

Account of efforts among coal miners in the Granger, Iowa area to 
combine small farming with mining. 

1607. TIPPETT, THOMAS 

Horse Shoe Bottoms. New York: Harpers, 1935. 298p. 

Account of mining conditions and labor relations in the Illinois 
coal fields. 1870's and 1880's. 

1608. TOWSON, CHARLES R. 

Replacing the saloon in mining communities. Coal Age 8: 
264 1915. 

With the YMCA. 

1609. u. s. children's bureau 

Child labor and the welfare of children in the anthracite 
coal mining district. Washington: GPO, 1922. 94p. (Bureau 
Publication 106). 

1610. u. s. women's bureau 

Home environment and employment opportunities of wo- 
men in coal-mine workers' families. Washington: GPO, 
1925. 61p. (Women's Bureau. Bulletin 45). 

1611. VAN METER, LA RUE 

Social organization of an Illinois coal-mining community. 
Thesis. University of Illinois. 1932. 

1612. VENSLAUSKAS, STANLEY C. 

Emigration from the Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania coal 
fields, 1930-1943. Thesis. University of Pennsylvania. 1944. 

1613. VECSEY, GEORGE 

Day in the life of a coal miner. Business and Society Re- 
view 10: 65-70 Summer 1974. 

1614. VECSEY, GEORGE 

One sunset a week: the story of a coal miner. New York: 
Saturday Review Press, 1974, 247p. 

Account of the life and views of southwestern Virginia coal miner. 
The miner and his family are viewed by much of the community as 
being radicals. 

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1615. WALKER, \VI1.\1 \ 

Distress in a southern Illinois county. Social Sen ice Re- 
view 5: 558-81 1931. 

Account of misery in Franklin County, Illinois caused by the sharp 
decline in coal mine employment. 

1616. WANCE, WILLIAM AND RICHARD BUTLER 

Effect of industrial changes on occupational "inheritance" 
in four Pennsylvania communities. Social Forces 27: 158- 
62 1948. 

Study of occupational inheritance in mining families in bituminous 
coal communities hard hit by technological change. 

1617. WARBURTON, AMBER A. 

Guidance in a rural-industrial community; Harlan County, 
a Kentucky coal mining district, plans with and for its boys 
and girls. Washington: National Educational Association, 
1954. 249p. 

1618. WATTS, A. C. 

Utah Fuel Co.'s Somerset Mines prosper under prohibi- 
tion. Coal Age 11: 796-98 1917. 

The company's chief engineer claims a vast improvement in condi- 
tions since the saloon was turned into a social club ( dry ) . 

1619. WELLER, JACK 

Yesterday's people. Lexington: University of Kentucky 
Press, 1965. 163p. 

Account of the life style of rural people in a Southern Appalachian 
coal mining area (Boone County, West Virginia). The book has be- 
come a classic. 

1620. WETZEL, JOHN A. 

Game of black diamonds. Outlook 126: 593-97 1920. 
General discussion of the industry, especially life of the miners. 

1621. WHITE, J. H. 

Houses for mining towns. Washington: GPO, 1914. 64p. 
(U.S. Bureau of Mines. Bulletin 87). 

Treats of plans for and arrangement of mining towns. 

1622. WILLARD, LUCIUS 

Some adjuncts to efficiency in coal mining. Coal Age Ap 
22, 1916 719-21. 

Account of social improvements, including a club house for miners, 
in Roslyn, Washington. 



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1622a. WILLIAMS, BRUCE T. 

Underground bituminous coal miners of Cambria County, 
Pennsylvania; an anthropological study. Dissertation. Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh, 1976. 253p. 

1623. WILLIAMS, DORCAS A. 

Food habits of the pupils in Monongahela & Dunbar 
(West Virginia) High School whose parents are engaged 
in coal mining. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1952. 

1624. WILLIAMS, L. M. 

Transformation of a coal mining town. Mining Congress 
Journal Ag 1943. 37-40. 

Describes the improvement of Wheelwright, Kentucky as the result 
of a community improvement program of the Inland Steel Co. 

1625. WILLIAMS, STANLEY B. 

Disorganization and delinquency in three coal communi- 
ties. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1954. 64p. 

1626. WILLIS, BEVERLY A. 

Socioeconomic problems facing industry include inad- 
equate housing. Coal Mining and Processing Je 1976 62-66. 

The new generation of miners demands vastly better housing than 
the traditional coal camp. 

1627. WILSON, HELEN 

Child labor and the welfare of children in an anthracite 
coal mining district. Washington: GPO, 1922. 94p. (Child- 
ren's Bureau. Publication 106). 

Shenandoah area of Pennsylvania. 

1628. WILSON, JOHN M. 

The dark and the damp. New York: Dutton, 1951. 256p. 

Autobiography. Includes experiences of the author in the coal mines 
of Indiana. 

1629. WOODBRIDGE, DWIGHT 

Sanitation at mining villages in the Birmingham district, 
Alabama. Washington: GPO, 1913. 27p. (Bureau of Mines 
Technical Paper 33 ) . 

1630. ZIMMERMAN, H. O. 

Modernization of living conditions in a coal mining town. 
Kentucky Mining Institute. Proceedings 1: 23-30. 1940. 

The town of Wheelwright, Kentucky. 

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1631. ZIMOLZAK, CHESTER E. 

Social, economic and environmental degradation: a study 
of mining economy interrelationships. Pennsylvania Aca- 
demy of Science. Proceedings 47: 19-23 1973. 

"The decline in the human environment of an area dependent on 
coal milling is linked to the mining-induced decline of the physical 
environment in a complex series of interrelationships". Study was 
conducted in Monongalia County, West Virginia. 



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1632. ACUFF, REECE 

The coal rail rate structure and fourth section relief. 
Thesis. University of Tennessee. 1953. 

1633. ADELMAN, M. A. 

American coal in Western Europe. Journal of Industrial 
Economics 14: 199-211 1966. 

The principle obstacle to the use of more American coal in Europe 
is "a very high railroad freight rate in the U. S., discriminatory 
against exports". 

1634. AMERICAN RAILWAY ASSOCIATION. CONFERENCE COMMITTEE 
WITH UNITED STATES COAL COMMISSION 

Report. Washington, 1923. 104p. 

1635. AMERICAN RAILWAY ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON 
NATIONAL DEFENSE 

Bituminous coal in the United States; plan for the distri- 
bution of bituminous coal in the United States to secure 
the minimum of rail transportation. Washington: GPO, 
1918. 67p. 

1636. ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN RAILROADS. RAILROAD COMMITTEE 
FOR THE STUDY OF TRANSPORTATION 

Bituminous coal and lignite. Washington, 1946. 135p. 

1637. ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN RAILROADS. RAILROAD COMMITTEE 
FOR THE STUDY OF TRANSPORTATION 

Report on anthracite and bituminous coal. Washington, 
1947. 97p. 

1638. AUDE, T. C. AND OTHERS 

Slurry-pipeline systems for coal, other solids come of age. 
Oil & Gas Journal Jl 21, 1975 66-72. 

In many situations, slurry pipelines offer lower costs than new lines 
or truck transport over existing roads. 



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1639. BALLERT, ALBERT G. 

The coal trade of the Great Lakes and the Port of Toledo. 
Geographical Review 38: 194-205 1948. 

1640. BALLERT, ALBERT G. 

The Great Lakes coal trade; present and future. Economic 
Geography 29: 48-59 1953. 

1641. BANKS (R. L. ) AND ASSOCIATES 

Market and transportation factors affecting future export 
of United States coal to Ontario and Quebec. Washington, 
1969. 1 vol. v. p. 

1642. BARTLETT, J. H. 

Transport of coal in the Ohio and the lower Mississippi. 
Institute of Civil Engineers. Proceedings 134: 334-51 1898. 

1643. BEMENT, ALBURTO 

Shipping mines and coal railroads of Illinois and Indiana. 
Chicago, 1903. 54p. 

"Issued with the compliments of the Peabody Coal Company." 

1644. BLISS, J. A. 

What is the role of competition in transporting utility fuel. 
Railway Age N 12, 1962 36-7. 

1645. BOGEN, JULES I. 

The anthracite railroads; a study in American railroad en- 
terprise. New York: Ronald Press, 1927. 281p. 

1646. BOONE, JAMES W. 

The econometric forecasting of national rail car require- 
ments for bituminous coal, Dissertation. Pennsylvania State 
University, 1970. 160p. 

The availability of sufficient rail cars has been a continuing pro- 
blem in rail transport in general and coal transport in particular. 
The author attempts to create a general forecasting model which 
could be applied to determine quarterly carload requirements for 
the bituminous coal industry. 

1647. CAMPBELL, THOMAS C. 

The bituminous coal freight-rate structure; an economic 
appraisal. Morgantown: West Virginia University, 1954. 
47p. (Its Business and Economics Studies 3: 3). 



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1647a. CAMPBELL, THOMAS C. AND SIDNEY KATELL 

Railroad volume freight rates: evolution and analysis ICC 
Practioners Journal Jan/Feb 1977 146-61. 

Experimentation with freight rates is required. Rates designed on a 
single-car basis are no longer appropriate. 

1648. CAMPBELL, THOMAS C. 

Transporting western coal: unit train or slurry pipeline. 
Logistics and Transportation Review 11: 147-52 1975. 

"The energy crisis and increasing output from the Western coal 
mines call for more study on low-cost long distance transportation." 

1649. CARLSON, FRED A. AND FRANK SEAWALL 

Coal traffic on the Ohio River system. Columbus: Ohio 
State University, 1962. 49p. ( Ohio State University. Bureau 
of Business Research. Monograph 107). 

1650. CARUSO, JOHN A. 

The Coal & Coke Railway Company of West Virginia. 
West Virginia History 11: 62-69 1949. 

1651. CHAMBERLAIN, J. W. 

Coal shipping on the Great Lakes. Coal Age 4: 188-91, 
222-26, 268-70, 298-300, 1913. 

1652. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY 

Notes on the coal trade of the Chespeake & Ohio Railroad 
in its bearing upon the commercial interests of Richmond, 
Virginia. Richmond: Baughman, 1878. 12p. 

1653. CLARK, PAUL R. 

Transportation economics of coal resources of northern 
slope coal fields, Alaska. Thesis. University of Alaska, 
1973. 163p. 

1654. COAL— ITS COST AND SUPPLY 

Scientific American 7: 153 1862. 

"Coal which is sold at the mines in Pennsylvania for $1.50 per ton, 
is sold for no less than $5.50 in New York." A plea for better and 
cheaper transportation. 

1655. A COAL PIPE LINE 

Black Diamond 17: 213 1896. 

Report of an experiment near Pittsburgh. "The much discussed pro- 
ject of pumping the coal or coal dust to the sea coast from the 
mines has, it is claimed, been demonstrated a success." 



186 



1656. COAL ROAD FIFTY YEARS AGO 

Colliery Engineer 8: 163 1888. 

Brief account of the Danville & Pottsville R. R. 

1657. COAL SHIPPING ON THE GREAT LAKES 

Coal Age 4: 374-76, 408-11, 449-51, 531-33 1913. 

1658. COLEMAN, ELIZABETH D. 

Forerunner of Virginia's first railway. Virginia Cavalcade 
Winter 1954 4-7. 

Account of the development (1828) and operation of a thirteen- 
mile tramway which connected the James River and coal mines in 
Chesterfield County. 

1659. CREDITOR, MORRIS 

Rail-river-rail transportation of coal today and days ahead. 
West Virginia Coal Mining Institute. Proceedings 1953 
93-100. 

y 1660. CUVELLIER, I. C. 

Coal shipping on the Great Lakes. Coal Age 4: 338-42 
1913. 

1661. DAHL, H. D. AND D. L. MC CAIN 

Continuous underground slurry transport of coal. Mining 
Congress Journal My 1974 30-34. 

1662. DAWSON, j. w. 

Change of railroad rates in West Virginia. Coal Age 8: 
973-75 1915. 

Writer sees a conspiracy of the Pennsylvania R. R. and the Pitts- 
burgh Coal Co. against the West Virginia operators. 

1663. FIRST COAL RAILROAD 

Coal 1: 303 1882. 

Chesterfield Railroad Company (Virginia, 1828). 

1664. FOSTER, JOHN W. 

Mineral wealth and railroad development. New York, 
1872. 60p. 

Series of letters dealing largely with the development of the Indiana 
coal fields. 



187 



1665. GLOVER, THOMAS O. AND OTHERS 

Unit train transportation of coal: technology and descrip- 
tion of nine representative operations. Wasnington: GPO, 
1970. 109p. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 

8444). 

1666. GREENBRIER COAL AND COKE CO. VS. NORFOLK AND WESTERN 
RAILWAY CO. 

Coal & Coke Jl 1, 1905 7-10. 

Discussion and text of judical decision concerning discrimination 
on the part of a railroad in the distribution of coal cars. 

1667. GREENE, JOSEPH A. 

History of the rate differentials on bituminous coal be- 
tween southwestern Virginia and competing coal fields to 
the southeastern and Carolina territories. Thesis (M.A.). 
• University of Virginia. 1943. 187p. 

1668. GREINER, JOHN E. 

Coal docks on the Great Lakes; report of an investigation 
made for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company. Balti- 
more, 1914. 317p. 

1669. GUTHEIM, A. G. 

The transportation problem in the bituminous coal indus- 
try. American Economic Association. Papers & Proceedings 
11: 94-105 1921. 

1670. HARRISON, FAIRFAX 

Hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Na- 
val Affairs, United States Senate. . . Statement of Fairfax 
Harrison on behalf of Southern Railway Company, July 27, 
1914. [Washington, 1941]. 49p. 

1671. HARTMAN, R. A. AND J. R. REED 

Feasibility study of the vertical transport of coal by pipe- 
line. University Park: Pennsylvania State University, 1973. 
95p. ( Mineral Industries Experiment Station. SR-97 ) . 

1672. HEMPHILL, WILLIAM E. 

Three-horse team. Virginia Cavalcade Autumn 1953 8-9. 

Account of two-tongued wagon used to transport coal in Norfolk 
about 1915. 

1673. HOLMES LESLIE A. 

Pre-War truck movement of coal from Illinois mines. Jour- 
nal of Geography 42: 333-38 1943. 



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1674. HUDSON, JAMES F. 

The anthracite coal pool. North American Review 144: 43- 

54 1887. 

A denunciation of the railroads for the attempt to control the price 
of coal. 

1675. INDIANA COAL ASSOCIATION 

Report of coal production by rail shipping mines in the 
state of Indiana, during calendar years 1917 to 1953, class- 
ified by counties, railroads, veins of coal, and type of op- 
eration. Terre Haute, 1954. n.p. 

1676. JOHNSTON, RICHARD M. 

Coal car distribution and handling in the Pocahontas reg- 
ion. Thesis. University of Pennsylvania. 1959. 

1677. JONES, CHESTER L. 

The anthracite-tidewater canals. Ann. Amer. Acad. 31: 
102-16 1908. 

1678. JONES, CHESTER L. 

The economic history of the anthracite-tidewater canals. 
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1908. 181p. 
( University of Pennsylvania. Series in Political Economy & 
Public Law No. 22). 

1679. JONES, ELIOT 

The commodity clause legislation and the anthracite rail- 
roads. Quarterly Journal of Economics 27: 579-615 1913. 

1680. JOSLIN, FALCON 

Government construction of railroads and leasing of coal 
lands. American Mining Congress. Proceedings 15: 167- 
84 1912. 

Attack on government policies in Alaska. 

1681. KEITH, HERBERT 

Cheap coal; or the Boston & Northwestern, Massachusetts 
Central and Poughkeepsie railroads. Boston: Rand, 1877. 
21p. 

1682. KEITH, JEAN E. 

The role of the Louisville and Nashville Roalroad in the 
early development of Alabama coal and iron. Business His- 
tory Society. Bulletin 26: 165-74 1952. 



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1683. KING, L. AND OTHERS 

Optimal transportation patterns of coal in the Great Lakes 
region. Economic Geography 47: 401-13 1971. 

1684. king coal's highway 
Harper 64: 163-77 1882. 

Account c-f the water transportation of coal from the Pittsburgh area 
to New Orleans. 

1685. LAMBIE, JOSEPH T. 

From mine to market; the history of coal transportation on 
the Norfolk and Western Railroad. New York: New York 
University, 1954. 380p. 

A work of the first importance. Vital for an understanding of the 
history of the great coal fields of southern West Virginia. 

1686. LARWOOD, GARY M. AND DAVID C. BENSON 

Coal transportation practices and equipment requirements 
to 1985. Washington: GPO, 1976. 90p. (U.S. Bureau of 
Mines. Information Circular 8706). 

Contains 61-item bibliography, pp. 54-57. 

1687. LAUCK, W. J. 

Freight rates on anthracite coal, 1914-1920. Washington, 
1920. 12p. 

1688. LAUCK, W. J. 

Operating and financial performance of anthracite rail- 
roads. Washington, 1920. 29p. 

1689. LOWERY, WILLIAM 

Comparison of earnings between coal carrying and non- 
coal carrying railroads. Thesis. West Virginia University. 
1950. 174p. 

1690. MAC AVOY, PAUL W. AND JAMES SLOSS 

Regulation of transport innovation: the ICC and unit coal 
trains to the east coast. New York: Random House. 1967. 
143p. 

1691. MC DOWELL, IRA L. 

The Lake cargo coal rate controversy. Thesis. West Vir- 
ginia University. 1932. 



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1692. MANSFIELD, HARVEY C. 

The Lake cargo coal rate controversy; a study in govern- 
mental adjustment of a sectional dispute. New York. Col- 
umbia, 1932. 273p. (Columbia Studies in History, Econo- 
mics and Public Law 373 ) . 

1693. MARSHALL, L. C. 

The commodities clause [of the Hepburn Act]. Journal of 
Political Economy 17: 448-60 1909. 

Vl694. MORAN, E. L. 

Coal traffic of the Great Lakes. Journal of Geography 15: 
150-59 1917. 

1695. MORROW, J. D. A. 

Transportation factor in the price of coal. Academy of Poli- 
tical Science. Proceedings 10: 116-27 1922. 

1696. MOYER, REED 

Requirement contracts and energy transportation develop- 
ments in coal. Southern Economic Journal 31: 331-341 
1965. 

An examination of the economic and anti-trust aspects of contracts 
providing that the buyer purchase all his requirements of coal from 
the seller. 

1697. MUTSCHLER, P. H. AND OTHERS 

Comparative transportation costs of supplying low-sulfur 
fuels to midwestern and eastern domestic energy markets. 
Washington: GPO, 1973. 54p. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. In- 
formation Circular 8614 ) . 

1698. NEW JERSEY. LEGISLATURE. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON HIGH- 
WAYS, TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Public hearing on Assembly bill 675 (coal slurry pipeline 
bill) held September 26, 1962. Trenton, 1962. 55p. proc. 

1699. NEW YORK. LEGISLATURE. ASSEMBLY. RAILROADS COMMITTEE 

Report relative to the coal combination. (Albany), 1878. 
lOOp. (Assembly Doc. 128). 

1700. NEW YORK ( STATE ) . PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. 

The New York State canals; the canal as a carrier of coal. 
Albany, 1918. 15p. 

1701. NEWCOMB, HARRY T. 

The anthracite carrying railroads. Review of Revietvs 26: 
66-69 1902. 

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1702. NORFOLK AND WESTERN TURNS COAL TO GOLD 

Business Week N 18, 1950 112-16. 

1703. PAGE, WILLIAM N. 

West Virginia coal. Engineering & Mining Journal 81: 67- 
68 1906. 

Stresses the importance of transportation in the southern coal fields. 

1704. PARKER, W. J. 

The great coal schooners of New England, 1870-1909. My- 
stic, Conn., 1948. 135p. (Publication of the Marine Histori- 
cal Association 2: 6). 

1705. PATTON, NORMAN F. 

The economics of the distribution of anthracite. AIME. 
Transactions 119: 405-17 1936. 

1706. PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAILROAD COMPANY 

Argument of Franklin B. Gowen, esq. before the joint 
committee of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, appointed to 
inquire into the affairs of the Philadelphia and Reading 
Coal and Iron Company . . . Philadelphia: Helfenstein, 
Lewis & Greene, 1875. 114p. 

1707. PITTSBURGH. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

Unjust and discriminatory freight rates of Pittsburgh dis- 
trict coal. Columbus, Ohio: Heer Printing Co., 1911. 44p. 

1708. POWE, GEORGE R. 

Economics of using western coal in Appalachian markets. 
Mining Congress Journal Je 1974 20-23. 

By efficient use of unit trains and barges, Burlington Northern can 
deliver coal from Montana and Wyoming to powerplants in Appala- 
chia at competitive prices. 

1709. POWELL, H. BENJAMIN 

Coal and Pennsylvania's transportation policy, 1825-1828. 
Pemisylvania History 38: 134-151 1971. 

The development of the coal regions by the construction of canals 
was an important factor in Pennsylvania's transportation policy. 

1710. RAILROAD VS. THE COAL INTEREST 

Black Diamond 5: 170 1889/90. 

1711. REITELL, CHARLES 

Railway rates on bituminous and anthracite coal. Ann. 
Amer. Acad. Ill: 155-164 1924. 



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1712. ROPIEQUET, R. W. 

Coal freight rates-relativity and uniformity. American 
Mining Congress. Proceedings 19: 250-60 1916. 

1713. ROTHFUS, ROBERT R. 

Coal trains north: the Rochester and Pittsburgh Railroad 
Company. Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 54: 
264-73 1971. 

Rochester and Pittsburgh was one of several railroads competing for 
the coal trade from western Pennsylvania to the Great Lakes during 
the 1880's. 

1714. ST. JOHN, ISAAC M. 

Notes on the coal trade of the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail- 
road in its bearing upon the commercial interest of Rich- 
mond, Va. n.p., 1878. 12p. 

1715. SCAMEHORN, HOWARD L. 

Transportation and coal: the development of the coal min- 
ing industry in Illinois, 1860-1890. Thesis. University of 
Illinois. 1952. 

1716. SCRANTON, BOARD OF TRADE 

Report of the transportation committee of the Scrantort 
Board of Trade on the cheaper transportation of the small- 
er sizes of anthracite coal, and the value of culm or anth- 
racite waste as a steam producer. Scranton, 1889. 24p. 

1717. SHURICK, A. 

An analysis of the coal car situation. Coal Age 4: 452-55 
1913. 

1717a. SLURRY TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION 

Slurry transportation bibliography. Washington, 1977. 41p. 

1718. TAYLOR, GLENN R. 

Transportation of Kentucky coal by water. Kentucky Min- 
ing Institute. Proceedings 1956/57 10-21. 

1719 TEXAS EASTERN TRANSMISSION CORPORATION 

Coal pipelines; a handbook of facts on a new industry. 
Houston, 1962. 20p. 

1720 toexc.es, albert l. and frank a. JONES 

Truck vs. rail haulage in bituminous coal strip mines. 
Washington: GPO, 1938. 54p. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. Re- 
port of Investigations 3416). 



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1721. TRANSPORTATION FOR COAL 

Coal Age Jl 1974. 

The July 1974 issue is devoted to transportation. All aspects are 
covered— from overland belt conveyors to railroads. 

1722. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOR- 

EIGN COMMERCE 

The alleged combination of the Philadelphia and Reading 
Railroad Company and other railroad and canal companies 
and producers of coal. Washington: GPO. 1892. 261p. 
(52nd Cong., 2nd Sess. House. Report 2278). 

1723. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE 

Coal slurry pipeline. Washington: GPO, 1962. 246p. 

Hearings on S. 3044; "a bill to amend the Interstate Commerce Act 
to grant to any carrier of coal by pipeline . . . the right of eminent 
domain." 

1724. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON MINERALS, AND FUELS 

Coal slurry pipelines. Washington: GPO, 1974. 242p. 

1725. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON NAVAL AFFAIRS 

Transportation of coal. Washington: GPO, 1915. 901p. 

"To investigate the natural and strategic advantages of Charleston, 
South Carolina, as compared with Norfolk and other Chesapeake 
Bay ports, as a permanent point for coal distribution." 

1726. U. S. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

Anthracite and bituminous coal. Washington: GPO, 19.17. 
420p. (65th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. Document 50). 

"A report and recommendations on the anthracite and bituminous 
coal situation and the relation of rail-and-water transportation to 
the present fuel problem." 

1727. U. S. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Alleged unlawful rates and practices in the transportation 
of coal and mine supplies by the Atchison, Topeka and 
Santa Fe Railway Company. Washington: GPO, 1905. 
183p. (59th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. Document 180). 

1728. U. S. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Investigation of railroad freight rate structure: coal. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1975. 71-409. 

Ex Parte No. 270 (Sub-No. 4). Decided Dec. 3, 1974. 



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1729. U. S. LNTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Letter from the Interstate Commerce Commission submit- 
ting report of investigation in the matter of the relation of 
common carrier subject to the act to regulate commerce 
to coal and oil and the transportation thereof. Washington: 
GPO, 1914. (63d Cong., 2d Sess. House. Document No. 
1124). 

1730. U. S. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Railroad discrimination and monopolies in coal and oil. 
Washington: GPO, 1909. 21p. (61st Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. 
Document 39 ) . 

1731. U. S. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 

Report of investigation by Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion into railroad discriminations and monopolies in coal 
and oil. Washington: GPO, 1908. 23p. (60th Cong., 1st 
Sess. Senate. Document 450). 

1732. U. S. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION 

Cars for coal shipments. Washington: GPO, 1919. 8p. (66th 
Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. Document 73). 

1733. U. S. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION 

Distribution of coal and coke. Washington: GPO, 1920. 
16p. (66th Cong., 2nd Sess. Senate. Document 235). 

1734. U. S. TRANSPORTATION INVESTIGATION AND RESEARCH BOARD 

The economics of coal traffic flow. Washington: GPO, 
1945. 103p. (79th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. Document 82). 

1735. VOSKUIL, WALTER H. 

Bituminous coal movements in the United States. Geo- 
graphical Review 32: 117-27 1942. 

1735a. WALKER, JAMES R. 

Coal slurry pipelines and national transportation policy: a 
critical review. Logistics and Transportation Review 12: 
261-71 1976. 

1736. WARNER, LARKTN 

The economics of transportation of Ohio coal. Disser- 
tation. University of Indiana. 1960. 

1737. WARNER, LARKIN 

Railroad rates and the growth of coal trucking in Ohio. 
Land Economics 38: 231-39 1962. 



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1738. wasp, e. j. 

Progress with coal slurry pipelines. Mining Congress Jour- 
nal Apr 1976 27-32. 

1739. WASP, E. J. AND T. L. THOMPSON 

Slurry pipelines, energy movers of the future. Oil and Gas 
Journal Dec. 24, 1973 44-50. 

1740. what's ahead for unit trains 
Railway Age Ap 20, 1964 16-20. 

1741. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM H. 

Anthracite development and railroad progress. American 
Irish Historical Society. Journal 22: 86-96 1923. 

Account of the early development of transportation in the Pennsyl- 
vania anthracite area. 

1742. YERKES, S. L. 

Transportation as a factor in irregularity of coal mine op- 
eration. Coal Age 17: 439-42 1920. 

Author advocates a national railroad car pool. 



196 



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Material dealing with the government regulation of surface min- 
ing is to be found in the section on surface mining. 

1743. BAGGE, CARL E. 

Coal and clean air law: a case for reconciliation. Ecology 
Law Quarterly 4: 479-93 1974/75. 

1744. BAKER, RALPH H. 

The National Bituminous Coal Commission: Administra- 
tion of the Bituminous Coal Act, 1937-1941. Baltimore: 
Johns Hopkins, 1941. 356p. (Johns Hopkins University. 
Studies in Historical and Political Science 59: 3). 

1745. BALSLEY, HOWARD L. 

A political-economic solution to the coal problem. Western 
Political Quarterly 3: 620-28 1950. 

Excess production could be controlled by the proper use of govern- 
ment power— especially taxation. 

1746. BITUMINOUS COAL CONSERVATION ACT ( GUFFEY ACT) HELD 
UNCONSTITUTIONAL 

MLR 43: 68-74 1936. 

1747. CLYDE, EDWARD W. 

Coal mining, development and processing— the associated 
water problems. Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 
21: 163-97 1975. 

Expansion of coal mining in the West will increase the competition 
for water. Author examines the legal problems involved. 

1748. CODE FOR COAL 

Fortune O 1933 56-63 

Effect of the NRA on the coal industry in general and the Pitts- 
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197 



1749. COLEMAN, MC ALISTER 

How to run coal. Nation 164: 242-45 1947. 
Advocates a federal coal agency. 

1750. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CASES 

The consumer's counsel and the National Bituminous Coal 
Commission. Washington: Committee on Public Adminis- 
tration Cases, 1949. 87p. 

1751. CONAWAY, ORRIN B. 

Coal mining: new efforts in an old field. Ann Amer. Acad. 
400: 95-102 1972. 

Account of the various state and federal approaches to the regula- 
tion of coal mining. The Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act 
of 1969 represents a major step by the federal government in as- 
suming responsibility for regulation. 

1752. CONNER, ELI 

What is to become of the anthracite coal industry. Coal 
Age 5: 912-17 1914. 

If the railroads must part with their coal holdings, it is suggested 
that the industry be governed by a board of commissioners. 

1753. DEMPSEY, STANLEY 

Forest Service regulations concerning the effect of mining 
operations on surface resources. Natural Resources Lawyer 
8: 481-510 1975. 

1754. DEVINE, EDWARD T. 

The outlook for a permanent solution of the coal problem 
in the United States. Academy of Political Science. Pro- 
ceedings 10: 727-42 1924. 

More government regulation is required if the industry is not to 
destroy itself. 

1755. DICK, CHARLES 

Relation of the federal government to mining. American 
Mining Congress. Proceedings 11 pt. 2: 18-37 1908. 

1756. EAVENSON, HOWARD N. 

Regulation of the coal industry. AIME. Transactions 119: 
380-9 1936. 

1757. ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS, INC. 

Laws and regulations affecting coal. Washington, 1976. 
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Prepared for the Office of Minerals Policy and Research Analysis, 
U. S. Department of the Interior. 

1758. FORBES, J. J. AND OTHERS 

Federal coal mine inspection-a decade of progress. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1951. 47p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Informa- 
tion Circular 7625). 

1759. GANDY, HARRY L. 

A proposal that the coal industry be let alone. Quarterly 
Journal of Economics 39: 484-88 1925. 

A reply to "A proposal for regulation of the coal industry" by John 
E. Orchard. 

1760. GARFIELD, JAMES R. 

The federal government in its relation to the mining indus- 
try. American Mining Congress. Proceedings 11 pt. 2: 88- 
97 1908. 

1761. GARNSEY, CYRUS AND OTHERS 

How prices of bituminous coal were fixed by the Fuel Ad- 
ministration. Coal Age 14: 685-89, 736-39 1918. 

1762. GARNSEY, CYRUS AND OTHERS 

Methods of fixing prices of bituminous coal adopted by 
The U. S. Fuel Administration. AIME. Transactions 61: 
346-70 1918. 

1763. GERMAN, RALPH H. 

The Pennsylvania Bituminous Coal Mine Act of 1961. 
Pennsylvania Bar Assoc. Quarterly 33: 229-33 1962. 

1764. GOLDENWEISER, E. A. 

Report of the Bituminous Coal Commission. American Ec- 
onomic Review 10: 401-7 1920. 

A commentary on the findings of the Commission. 

1765. GREEN, EDWARD M. AND WILLIAM A. GERSHUNY 

Job transfer-a unique feature of Coal Mine Health and 
Safety. Natural Resources Lawyer 5: 23-33 1972. 

1766. GUFFEY COAL CASE 

Harvard Law Review 59: 664-74 1946. 

1767. HALL, DANIEL 

Montana coal: the Alamo of interstate commerce. North 
Dakota Law Review 51: 439-56 1974/75. 



199 



"In the face of determined efforts by Montana to subject the inter- 
state commerce in coal fuel to local interests in mine control, Con- 
gress has not come to the rescue of the besiged coal industry". 

1768. HARDESTY, DAVID C. 

Case study of legislative implementation: the Federal Coal 
Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969. Harvard Journal on 
Legislation 10: 99-137 1972/73. 

1769. HARRISON, GEORGE 

Duties of the federal and state governments in relation to 
the mining industry. American Mining Congress. Proceed- 
ings 11 pt. 2: 57-65 1908. 

1770. HOLLAND, CHARLES T. 

Current and proposed regulations and legislation on wa- 
ter pollution concerning the Appalachian Coal Industry. 
Morgantown: West Virginia University Coal Research 
Bureau, 1969. 25p. (Technical report 42). 

1771. HUNT, EDWARD E. 

The recommendations of the United States Coal Commis- 
sion. Ann. Amer. Acad. Ill: 249-55 1924. 

Author was Secretary of the Commission. 
J 1772. HUNT, EDWARD E. 

What the coal commission found; an authoritative sum- 
mary by the staff. Baltimore: Williams Wilkins, 1925. 4l6p. 

1773. INTER-UNIVERSITY CASE PROGRAM 

The Consumers' Counsel and the National Bituminous 
Coal Commission, 1937-1938. Rev. Ed. Washington, 1950. 
120p. 

1774. JOHNSEN, JULIA E. 

Government regulation of the coal industry. New York: H. 
W. Wilson, 1926. 144p. 

1775. JOHNSEN, JULIA E. 

Selected articles on government ownership of coal mines. 
New York: H. W. Wilson, 1923. 392p. 

1776. JOHNSON, JAMES P. 

Drafting the NRA Code of Fair Competition for the bitu- 
minous coal industry. Journal of American History 53: 
521-41 1966/67. 

Account of the forces at work, the personalities, compromises etc. 
involved in drafting the Code. 

200 



1777. JOHNSON, VIRGINIA B. 

Economic aspects of national regulation of the bituminous 
coal industry, 1933-43. Thesis. West Virginia University. 
1950. 

1778. LESHY, JOHN D. AND TERRY R. LASH 

A black mark: failure of the federal coal-leasing policy. 
Environment Dec 1975 6-13. 

Corporate profits, rather than the national interest, have played far 
too great a role in the federal policy on the leasing of western coal 
lands. 

1779. LEWIS, WILLIAM D. 

Coal price regulation and the constitution. Ann. Amer. 
Acad. Ill: 292-304 1924. 

1780. LOVING, RUSH 

How Kennecott got hooked with Catch-22. Fortune Sept 
1971 99-101. 

Discussion of the ruling that Kennecott must divest itself of Pea- 
body Coal Co. 

1781. MC ADAM, DUNLAP J. 

Coal, government ownership or control; government own- 
ership of navy coal land and control of the coal industry. 
New York, 1921. 188p. 

1782. MAGUTRE, JOHN 

Early Pennsylvania coal mine legislation. Schuylkill Coun- 
ty Historical Seciety. Publication 4: 337-40 1914. 

1783. MASSAY, GLENN F. 

Legislators, lobbyists and loopholes: coal mining legisla- 
tion in West Virginia 1875-1901. West Virginia History 32: 
135-70 1971. 

1784. MILLER, ARNOLD 

UMWA recommendations for black lung amendments. La- 
bor Law Journal 26: 199-206 1975. 

1785. MILLER, E. WILLARD 

Penn Township— an example of local government control 
of strip mining in Pennsylvania. Economic Geography 28: 
256-60 1952. 

1786. MULLAN, JOSEPH W. 

The coal industry and the clean air problem. Natural Re- 
sources Lawyer 3: 96-102 1970. 

201 



1787. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 

The coordination of federal and state coal mine health and 
safety programs with special reference to the Federal Coal 
Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969. Washington. 1971. 

1788. NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Nationalization of coal mines; a list of references. New 
York, 1920. lip. 

1789. ORCHARD, JOHN E. 

The coal situation and the coal parliament: a rejoinder. 
Quarterly Journal of Economics 39: 644-51 1925. 

1790. ORCHARD, JOHN E. 

A proposal for regulation of the coal industry. Quarterly 
Journal of Economics 39: 196-240 1925. 

1791. PAUL, j. w. 

State mine inspection in coal mining states. American Min- 
ing Congress. Proceedings 12: 239-57 1909. 

A state-by-state survey. 

1792. PRATT, JOHN B. 

Federal control of coal mines an economic fallacy. Wash- 
ington, 1923. 31p. 



1793. ROBERTS, JAMES A. AND SCOTT H. MABRY 

Bituminous Coal Conservation Act 
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Bituminous Coal Conservation Act of 1935. George Wash- 



1794. ROGERS, WILLIAM H. 

Comment on the coal lease forfeiture decision: the hypo- 
thetical case of United States v. Peabody Coal Co. Natural 
Resources Journal 15: 257-63 1975. 

Author feels that the public interest would have been served by the 
cancellation of Peabody's Western coal leases obtained before 1973. 

1795. ROSTOW, EUGENE 

Bituminous coal and public interest. Yale Law Review 50: 
543-94 1941. 

An analysis of the history of the Bituminous Coal Act of 1937, 
"which has failed, and in the nature of the coal industry, had to 
fall." 

1796. ROY, ANDREW 

A brief history of mining legislation in the State of Ohio. 
Ohio Mining Journal O 1888 21-25. 

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1797. ROY, ANDREW AND JOHN POLLACK 

Report of Messrs. Roy and Pollack,, Miners' Committee to 
Columbus, to urge the passage by the Legislature of the 
Miners' Bill, for the ventilation and inspection of coal min- 
es. Cincinnati, 1872. 22p. 

1798. RYAN, JOHN A. 

Anthracite and ethics. Catholic World 122: 297-306 1925. 

"The fundamental needs of the industry are unified operation and 
pooling of expenses of production, preferably under public owner- 
ship and direction." 

1799. SIMONDS, JEROME H. 

Acquisition of rights to prospect for and mine coal from 
tribal and allocated Indian lands. Rocky Mountain Mineral 
Law Institute 21: 125-62 1975. 

1800. SIMPSON, FLOYD R. 

Price regulation and the public utility concept: the Sun- 
shine Anthracite Coal Case. Land Economics 17: 378-79 
1941. 

1801. SUTHERLAND, HOWARD 

Government controls of the coal industry; speech delivered 
before the Natural Resources Section of the Chamber of 
Commerce of the United States, at Washington, D. C, 
May 16, 1922. Washington: GPO, 1922. 8p. 

1802. THOMPSON, CAROL L. 

Should the coal mines be nationalized. Forum 112: 285- 
95 1949. 



1803. TRACHTENBERG, ALEXANDER 

The history of legislation for the protection of coal miners 
in Pennsylvania, 1824-1915. New York: International Pub- 
lishers, 1942. 239p. 

1804. TRISKO, RALPH L. 

Bituminous coal industry of the United States, with spec- 
ial reference to Federal regulations. Thesis. Georgetown 
University. 1943. 

1805. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE 

Bituminous Coal Act of 1936, report submitted by Mr. 
Doughton from the Committee on Ways and Means. 
Washington: GPO, 1936. 25p. (74th Cong., 2d Sess. House. 
Report 2832). 



203 



1806. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE 

Bituminous coal conservation bill of 1935. Report with ma- 
jority and minority views. Washington: GPO, 1935. 61p. 
(74th Cong., 1st Sess. House. Report 1800). 

1807. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE 

Coal Investigation Agency, report submitted by Mr. Bland 
of Indiana, from the Committee on Labor, to accompany 
H. R. 11022. Washington: GPO, 1922. 7p. (67th Cong., 
2d Sess. House. Report 984). 

1808. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE 

Extension of the Coal Act. Report submitted by Mr. Bo- 
land, from the Committee on Ways and Means, Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1941. 28p. (77th Cong., 1st Sess. House. Report. 

324). 

1809. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS 

Federal Coal leasing. Washington: GPO, 1975. 169p. 

1810. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON MINES AND MINING 

Prohibition of railroad leasing of federal coal lands. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1976. 143p. 

1811. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS 

Public land coal leasing policy. Use of off-road vehicles. 
Washington: GPO, 1973. 78p. 

1812. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 

Extension of Bituminous Coal Act of 1937, hearings, 78th 
Congress, 1st Session, on H. R. 356, H. R. 1454, and H. R. 
2296, bills to amend bituminous coal act, as amended, June 
21-July 5, 1943. Washington: GPO, 1943. 974p. 

1813. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE 

Constitutionality of Bituminous Coal Conservation Act of 
1935, argument of Honorable John Dickinson, Assistant At- 
torney General of the United States before the Supreme 
Court of the United States in behalf of the government of- 
ficer defendants in the case of Carter v. Carter Coal Co., 
Helvering, Et Al, March 12, 1936, in support of the con- 
stitutionality of the Bituminous Coal Conservation Act of 
1935. Washington: GPO, 1936. 42p. 74th Cong., 2d Sess. 
Senate. Doc. 197. 



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1814. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE 

Extension of the Bituminous Coal Act of 1937. Beport sub- 
mitted by Mr. Bone, from the Committee on Interstate 
Commerce. Washington: GPO, 1941. 4p. (77th Cong., 1st 
Sess. Senate. Beport 169). 

1815. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND 
LABOR 

Begulate interstate and foreign commerce of coal; report 
to accompany S. 4177 (To regulate interstate and foreign 
commerce in coal and to promote general welfare depen- 
dent on use of coal). Washington: GPO, 1926. 8p. (69th 
Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. Beport 812). 

1816. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON MINERALS, MATERIALS, AND 
FUELS 

Federal coal leasing amendments act of 1975. Washington: 
GPO, 1975. 680p. 

1817. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COM- 
MERCE 

Bituminous coal commission. Hearings ... on S. 4490, a bill 
to regulate interstate and foreign commerce in bituminous 
coal, provide for consolidations, mergers, and cooperative 
marketing; regulate the fuel supply of interstate carriers; 
require the licensing of corporations producing and ship- 
ping coal in interstate commerce; and to create a bitumin- 
ous coal commission, and for other purposes. Washington: 
GPO, 1929. 352p. 

1818. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COM- 
MERCE 

Extension of Bituminous Coal Act of 1937. Hearings . . . 
on S. J. Bes. 22, S. J. Bes. 32, H. J. Bes. 101 and H. B. 4146, 
joint resolutions and an act to extend the provisions of the 
Bituminous Coal Act of 1937 for a period of two years, and 
for other purposes. April 2 and 3, 1941. Washington: GPO, 
1941. 106p. 

1819. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COM- 
MERCE 

Stabilization of the bituminous coal mining industry. 
Washington: GPO, 1935. 624p. 

Hearings on S. 1417, the bill to establish a National Bituminous 
Coal Commission. 



205 



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1820. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COM- 
MERCE 

Price regulation of coal and other commodities. Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1917. 398p. 

1821. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE COM- 
MERCE 

To regulate interstate commerce in bituminous coal, hear- 
ings before subcommittee, 75th Congress, 1st Session, on 
S. 1, Mar 9, 1937. Washington: GPO, 1937. 260p. 

1822. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON MINES AND MINING 

Hearings on S. 2935; a bill "to regulate interstate and for- 
eign commerce in bituminous coal . . . and to create a Bit- 
uminous Coal Commission." Washington: GPO, 1932. 
1351p. 

1823. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Regulations governing coal land leases in the Territory of 
Alaska . . . with information regarding coal lands. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1916. 86p. 

1824. U. S. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 

Resolved: that the Federal Government should control the 
supply and utilization of energy in the United States. 
Washington: GPO, 1973. 477p. 

"A collection of excerpts and bibliography relating to the intercolleg- 
iate debate topic, 1973-74." 

1825. WEST VIRGINIA. MINING COMMISSION 

Report of the Mining Commission appointed by the Gov- 
ernor to revise the mining laws of the state. Charleston: 
Tribune Printing Co., 1907. 77p. 

Published also in West Virginia. Public Documents. 1905-1906 v3. 
Deals largely with mine safety. 

1826. WHEELER, EDWARD K. AND JOHN W. SNOW 

Proposals for administrative action under the Federal Coal 
Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969. Natural Resources 
Lawyer 3: 248-65 1970. 

1827. WESTFIELD, JAMES AND OTHERS 

Administration of the Federal Coal Mine Safety Act, 1952- 
61. Washington: GPO, 1962. 56p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. 
Information Circular 8133 ) . 



206 



1828. ZIEGLER, MARTIN 

Social legislation for the protection of coal miners in Penn- 
sylvania. Thesis. Penn State College. 1947. 



207 



twbiwwdd Z\ktsk 



Material dealing with the environmental effects of surface mining 
is to be found in the section on surface mining. 

1829. AABONSON, TERRI 

Problems underfoot: environmental effects of underground 
mining and of mineral processing. Environment Nov 1970 
16-29. 

1830. APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSSION 

Acid mine drainage in Appalachia. Washington, 1969. 
126p. 

A useful overview of the problem, written for the layman. More de- 
tailed and technical information is to be found in the six-volume 
appendix. 

1831. BAGGE, CARL E. 

Coal and the environment. Public Utilities Fortnightly 
Sept. 2, 1971 79-84. 

1832. BERKOWITZ, DAVID A. AND ARTHUR M. SQUIRES 

Power generation and environmental change. Cambridge: 
MIT Press, 1971. 440p. 

1833. BETHELL, THOMAS N. AND DAVITT MCATEER 

The Pittston mentality: manslaughter on Buffalo Creek. 
Huntington, W. Va., Appalachian Movement Press, 1972. 
26p. 

Account of the Buffalo Creek flood disaster and the actions of the 
Pittston Coal Company in permitting the conditions that caused it. 

1834. BIESECKER, J. E. AND J. R. GEORGE 

Stream quality in Appalachia as related to coal mine drain- 
age. Washington: U. S. Geological Survey. Circular 526, 
1966. 27p. 



208 



1835. BIKERMAN, JACOB J. 

Treatment of acid mine drainage. Washington: GPO, 1971. 
88p. 

1836. BLAKELY, J. WES 

Coal's ultimate problem can be an opportunity. Coal Min- 
ing & Processing Ag 1976 42-45. 

The "ultimate problem" is the increasing amount of slurry-like 
wastes being produced. 

1837. BODLE, WILLIAM W. AND K. C. VYAS 

Clean fuels from coal. Oil & Gas Journal Ag 26, 1974 73-88. 

1838. BUFFALO CREEK 

Mountain Life and Work Mr 1972 3-8. 

1839. BUFFALO CREEK: MORE EVIDENCE AGAINST PITTSTON 

Mountain Life and Work Ag 1972 30-36. 

Summarizes the findings of the citizen's commission to investigate 
the Buffalo Creek disaster and includes an open letter to the stock- 
holders of the Pittston Co. 

1840. CAUDILL, HARRY M. 

Buffalo Creek aftermath. Saturday Review Ag 26, 1972 
16-17. 

Criticizes the "apparent consensus . . that nothing either extensive 
or costly shall be undertaken to prevent future disaster." 

1841. crnzENs' commission to investigate the buffalo creek 

DISASTER 

Disaster on Buffalo Creek 1972; report. Charleston, W. Va. 

1972. 30p. 

1842. COAL PRODUCERS COMMITTEE FOR SMOKE ABATEMENT 

Smoke and air pollution, a study. Cincinnati, Ohio. 195? 4 
vols. 

1843. COALGATE, JERRY L. AND OTHERS 

Gob pile stabilization, reclamation, and utilization. Mor- 
gantown: West Virginia University, Coal Research Bureau, 

1973. 127p. 

1843a. COALGATE, JERRY L. 

Literature survey— coal associated wastes. Morgantown: 
West Virginia University, 1973. 140p. ( Coal Research Bur- 
eau. Report 115). 

Covers the period 1900 - 1972. 

209 



1844. COCHRAN, WILLIAM 

Mine subsidence— extent and cost of control in a selected 
area. Washington: GPO, 1971. 32p. (U. S. Bureau of 
Mines. Information Circular 8507). 

The selected area was in western Pennsylvania. 

1845. CONSOLIDATION COAL COMPANY 

Coal, Consol and the environment; a special report of Con- 
solidation Coal Company. Pittsburgh, 1971? 36p. 

Achievements and research in environmental reclamation and pollu- 
tion control by a large coal company. Well illustrated. 

1846. DANIELSON, V. A. AND D. H. WHITE 

Waste disposal costs at two coal mines in Kentucky and 
Alabama. Washington: GPO, 1969. 28p. (U. S. Bureau of 
Mines. Information Circular 8406). 

1847. DA VIES, WILLIAM E. AND OTHERS 

West Virginia's Buffalo Creek flood. Washington: GPO, 
1972. 32p. (U. S. Geological Survey. Circular 667). 

1848. DEE, NORBERT 

Financing abatement of mine drainage pollution: case 
study Appalachia. Water Resources Bulletin 8: 473-82 
1972. 

1849. DOERR, ARTHUR H. 

Coal mining and changing land patterns in Oklahoma. 
Land Economics 38: 51-56 1962. 

1850. DOYLE, F. J. AND OTHERS 

Investigation of mining related pollution reduction activi- 
ties and economic incentives in the Monongahela River 
Basin. Beaver, Pa.: Baker Inc., 1975. v.p. 

"This study provides information on feasible economic incentives 
which will encourage the private sector and others to undertake en- 
vironmental improvement activities on abandoned and active mines 
in the Monongahela River Basin." 

1850a. DOYLE, WILLIAM S. 

Deep coal mining: waste disposal technology. Park Ridge, 
N. J.: Noyes Data Corp., 1976. 392p. 

1851. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, INC. 

Concentrated mine drainage disposal into sewage treament 
systems; the disposal of acid brines from acid mine drain- 
age in municipal wastewater treatment. Washington, 1971. 
76p. 

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1852. GEER, MAX RICHARD 

Disposal of solid wastes from coal mining in Washington, 
Oregon, and Montana. Washington: GPO, 1969. 39p. (U. S. 
Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8430). 

1853. GRURE, WALTER E. AND OTHERS 

Mine spoil potentials for water quality and controlled ero- 
sion. Washington: U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, 
1971. 206p. 

1854. HALLIBURTON COMPANY 

New mine sealing techniques for water pollution abate- 
ment. Washington: GPO, 1970. 163p. (Water Pollution 
Control Series). 

1855. HEBLEY, HENRY F. 

Stream pollution by coal mine wastes. Mining Engineer- 
ing 5: 404-12 1953. 

1856. HERNDON, LYLE K. 

Acid mine drainage from West Virginia coal mines. Thesis. 
West Virginia University, 1934. 124p. 

1857. HUDSON, HUGH H. 

Water for Wyoming coal. Water Spectrum 7(1) 41-46 
1975. 

Water requirements of an expanded coal industry will be great, 
and it is uncertain if they can be met at acceptable economic, en- 
vironmental and social costs. 

1858. IMPACTS OF MINE DRAINAGE POLLUTION ON LOCATION OF 
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN APPALACHIA 

New York: Fantus Co., 1969. 25p. and appendices. 

Appears as Appendix D of "Acid Mine Drainage in Appalachia, A 
Report by the Appalachian Regional Commission." 

1859. KATZ, MAX 

Biological and ecological effects of acid mine drainage 
with particular emphasis to the waters of the Appalachian 
Region. Washington: Appalachian Regional Commission, 
1969. 65p. 

Appears as Appendix F to "Acid Mine Drainage in Appalachiha, A 
Report by the Appalachian Regional Commission." 

1860. KINNEY, EDWARD C. 

Extent of acid mine pollution in the United States affect- 
ing fish and wildlife. Washington: GPO, 1964. 27p. (U. S. 
Fish and Wildlife Service. Fish and Wildlife Circular 191). 



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1861. KOLBASH, RONALD L. 

A study of Appalachia's coal mining communities and as- 
sociated environmental problems. Dissertation. Michigan 
State University, 1975. 88p. 

1862. KREBS, GDIARD 

Technological and social impact assessment of resource ex- 
traction: the case of coal. Environment and Behavior 7: 
307-29 1975. 

1863. LARKIN, R. P. AND OTHERS 

Anthracite refuse pollution and socio-economic planning in 
northeastern Pennsylvania. University Park: Pennsylvania 
State University, 1972. 80p. (Mineral Industrial Experi- 
ment Station. SR-90). 

1864. LAUCK, REX 

Miners clobbered again: disaster hits Buffalo Creek Hol- 
low. United Mine Workers Journal Mar 15, 1972 2-6. 

1865. LORENZ, WALTER C. 

Progress in controlling acid mine water; a literature re- 
view. Washington: GPO, 1962. 40p. (U. S. Bureau of 
Mines. Information Circular 8080.) 

1866. MAC CARTNEY, JOHN C. AND RALPH H. WHAITE 

Pennsylvania anthracite refuse: a survey of solid waste 
from mining preparation. Washington: GPO. 1969. 77p. 
(U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8409). 

1867. MINE DRAINAGE POLLUTION AND RECREATION IN APPALACHIA. 

Washington: R. R. Nathan, 1969. 114p. 

Appears as Appendix E of "Acid Mine Drainage in Appalachia, A 
Report by the Appalachian Regional Commission." 

1867a. MINEAR, ROGER A. AND OTHERS 

Environmental aspects of coal production in the Appala- 
chian Region. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Environ- 
ment Center, 1976. 93p. 

A progress report covering the period June 1, 1975— May 31, 1976. 

1868. MONNETT, OSBORN AND OTHERS 

Smoke-abatement investigations at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Washington: GPO, 1926. 98p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. 
Bulletin 254). 



212 



1869. MONONCAHELA RIVER MINE DRAINAGE REMEDIAL PROJECT 

Handbook of pollution control costs in mine drainage 
management. Washington: U. S. Federal Water Pollution 
Control Administration, 1966. 54p. 

1870. NUGENT, TOM 

Death at Buffalo Creek: the 1972 West Virginia flood dis- 
aster. New York: W. W. Norton, 1973. 191p. 

1871. o'fiRIEN, WILLIAM S. 

Treatment of acid mine drainage. Dissertation. West Vir- 
ginia University. 1972. 370p. 

1872. PRICE, TOM 

Who killed Buffalo Creek? Rolling Stone Jan 3, 1974, 28- 

1873. RORERTS, FT J, is W. 

A history of land subsidence and its consequences caused 
by the mining of anthracite coal in Luzerne County, 
Pennsylvania. Ph.D. New York University. 1948. 

1874. SCHLICK, DONALD P. 

Federal interest in coal mine waste disposal. Washington, 
1975. 15p. (Mining Enforcement and Safety Administra- 
tion. Information Report 1023). 

1875. SCHLOTTMANN, ALAN M. 

Environmental regulation and the allocation of coal: a re- 
gional analysis. Dissertation. Washington University, 1975. 

1876. SKELLY & LOY 

Coal mine drainage in the Susquehanna River Basin. Har- 
risburg, Pa., 1973. 297p. 

Records the severity and causes of coal mine drainage in the area 
proposes abatement measures, and examines the costs of those 
measures. 

1877. SMITH, RONALD W. 

Acid mine pollution effects on lake biology. Washington: 
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1971, 132p. (Wa- 
ter pollution control research series). 

Includes a most useful bibliography. 



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1878. SPICER, T. s. 

Pennsylvania anthracite refuse; a summary of a literature 
survey on utilization and disposal. University Park: 
Pennsylvania State University, 1971. 43p. (Mineral Indus- 
tries Experiment Station. SD-79). 

1879. STERN, GERALD M. 

Buffalo Creek disaster. New York: Random House, 1976. 
274p. 

"The story of the survivor's unprecedented lawsuit." 

1880. STUDY COMMITTEE TO ASSESS THE FEASIBILITY OF RETURNING 
UNDERGROUND COAL MINE WASTES TO THE MINED-OUT AREAS 

Underground disposal of coal mine wastes. Washington, 
D. C: National Academy of Sciences, 1975. 172p. 

1881. TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY. OFFICE OF HEALTH AND EN- 
VIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 

Policies relating to sources of coal used by Tennessee Val- 
ley Authority for electric power generation. Final environ- 
mental impact statement, December 6, 1971. Chattanooga, 
Tenn., 1972. 

1882. TOWNS RUILT OVER A FURNACE 

Business Week My 4, 1963 98-100. 

Towns in eastern Pennsylvania are being endangered from fires 
burning in old coal mines. 

1883. TRUAX-TRAER COAL CO. 

Control of mine drainage from coal mine mineral wastes. 
Washington: GPO, 1971. 

1884. U. S. ARMY. CORPS OF ENGINEERS 

Buffalo Creek (W. Va.) disaster, 1972. Prepared for the 
Subcommittee on Labor of the Committee on Labor and 
Public Welfare, United States Senate. Washington, U. S. 
Govt. Print Off., 1972-, pt. 1-. 

Documents and statements concerning the circumstances surround- 
ing the flood disaster. 

1884a. U. S. COMPTROLLER GENERAL 

Federal and state efforts to control water pollution caused 
by acid drainage from mines. Washington: GPO, 1973. 
61p. 



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1885. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERA- 
TIONS. CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES SUBCOM- 
MITTEE 

Adverse effects of coal mining on Federal reservoir pro- 
jects. Washington, 1973. 634p. 

1886. U. S. FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ADMINISTRATION 

Stream pollution by coal mine drainage in Appalachia. 
Cincinnati, 1969. 261p. 

Appears as Attachment A to Appendix C of "Acid Mine Drainage in 
Appalachia, A Report by the Appalachian Regional Commission." 

1887. U. S. OFFICE OF COAL RESEARCH 

Clean energy from coal technology. Washington: GPO, 
1973. 43p. 

1888. VICTOR, RICHARD H. 

Environmental politics of the coal industry. Dissertation. 
University of Pittsburgh, 1975. 482p. 

1889. WAHLER AND ASSOCIATES 

Reconnaissance survey report of coal mine refuse dumps 
and impoundments. Palo Alto, 1974, 6 vols. 

Covers the states of Alabama, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vir- 
ginia and West Virginia. 

1890. WALTON, MARY 

After the flood; a continuing lesson in corporate insensiti- 
vity. Harpers Magazine Mr 1973 78-85. 

The Buffalo Creek disaster. 

1891. WATER RESOURCES SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION CENTER 

Acid mine water: a bibliography. Washington: U. S. De- 
partment of the Interior, 1975. 564p. 

1892. WEST VIRGINIA. GOVERNOR'S AD HOC COMMISSION OF INQUIRY 

The Buffalo Creek flood disaster; official report and add- 
enda. Charleston, W, Va., 1973 2v. 

« 

1893. WEST VTRGINIA UNIVERSITY. COAL RESEARCH BUREAU 

Underground coal mining methods to abate water pollu- 
tion; a state of the art literature review. Environmental 
Protection Agency. Washington: GPO, 1970. 50p. 



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1894. WHITMAN, IRA L. AND OTHERS 

Impact of mine-drainage pollution on industrial water 
users in Appalachia. Columbus: Battelle Memorial Insti- 
tute, 1969. 166p. 

Appears as Appendix A to "Acid Mine Drainage m Appalachia, A 
Report by the Appalachian Regional Commission." 

1895. WILLIAMS, FRANK E. 

Some effects of culm in the Schuylkill River. Geographical 
Society of Philadelphia. Bulletin 27: 273-81 1929. 

Waste (culm) from anthracite mining had become a serious pollu- 
tion problem by the 1920's. 



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Strip mining is old as a practice but new as a problem. Stripping 
attracted little public attention until well after World War II. How- 
ever, by 1960 tbe vast increase in the amount of land being strip- 
ped and the obvious damage to the ecology made stripping a major 
public issue. Well over a thousand books, articles and reports have 
appeared. These range from the highly technical to the polemical. 
An effort has been made here to list the more significant and in- 
teresting titles. Those who wish additional information should ex- 
amine the several specialized bibliographies (items 1912, 1965, 
1986, 2058, 2128A). 

1896. ABDNOR, JOSEPH S. 

Industry and the environment: mined land reclamation. 
Mining Congress Journal Ja 1969 60-64. 

Author holds that the regulation of strip mining should be left to 
state and local officials; it should not become a responsibility of 
the federal government. 

1897. ALEXANDER, ROY 

Television commercials help defeat surface mine abolition 
push in West Virginia. Coal Age June 1971 82-85. 

President of N. Y. public relations firm recounts methods used to 
defeat efforts to abolish surface mining. 

1898. ANDERSON, DAVID H. 

Strip mining on reservation lands. Montana Jmw Review 
35: 209-226 1974. 

A review of policy and practice. 
1898a. ANDREUZZI, FRANK C. 

Reclaiming strip-mined land for recreational use in Lacka- 
wanna County, Pa. Washington: GPO, 1976, 21p. (U.S. 
Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8718). 

1899. ASHTON, ROBERT 

Progress comes to Black Mesa. National Parks & Conserva- 
tion Magazine Sept 1971 4-9. 



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"Black Mesa is irreplaceable to the Navaho and Hopi Indians who 
call it home. To see their way of life and their land lost to our 
thirst for electric power would be tragic indeed." 

1900. ATWOOD, GENEVIEVE 

Strip-mining of western coal. Scientific American Dec. 
1975 23-29. 

A relatively few strip mines in the west can produce great amounts 
of coal. Adequate reclamation adds little to the price of coal. 

1901. AUSTIN, RICHARD C. AND PETER BORELLI 

The strip mining of America. New York: Sierra Club, 
1971. 109p. 

"The report is written for the nonprofessional with the belief that 
his understanding of the extent and severity of this problem will 
lead toward corrective action." 

1902. AVERITT, PAUL 

Stripping coal resources of the United States— January 1, 
1970. Washington: GPO, 1970. 34p. (USGS Bulletin 1322). 

"A review and analysis by States of data available on the stripping 
—coal potential of the United States. Supersedes Bulletin 1252-C." 

1903. BAILEY, KENNETH R. 

Development of surface mine legislation. West Virginia 
History 30: 525-29 1969. 

Author traces the development of legislation regulating strip mining 
in West Virginia. 

1904. BALZER, J. L. 

Venture into reclamation. Mining Congress Journal Jan 
1975 24-29. 

Account of the reclamation program of the Utah International Inc. 
which operates the large Navajo mine in New Mexico. 

1905. BARNES, P. 

Stripping the prairies: mining the coal because it is there. 
New Republic Mr 24, 1973 19-21. 

1906. BEESON, A. C. 

Regulation of strip or open cut coal operations. West Vir- 
ginia Coal Mining Institute. Proceedings 1946: 9-24. 

"The regrading of spoil areas is the rock on which most of the 
stripping legislation has split. Public opinion generally is in favor 
and the mining interests violently opposed to it with much propa- 
ganda of various kinds put out. ' Deals largely with conditions in 
West Virginia. 



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1907. BERISKORD, FRANK D. 

The strip mining of bituminous coal. MBA Thesis. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania (Wharton School). 1948. 

| 1908. berstein, p. j. 

UMW and strip mining: the curse of coal. Nation 217: 
168-72 1973. 

Discussion of the UMWA's position on strip mining. 

1909. BERRY, WENDELL 

Strip mining morality; the landscaping of hell. Nation Ta 
24, 1966 96-100. 

The Kentucky poet sums up the devastation of the land by the 
coal companies and suggests corrective measures. 

1910. BIG MUSKIE: KING OF THE GIANTS 

Coal Age Dec 1969 50-61. 

Account of the "World's largest dragline" and its use at the Central 
Ohio Coal Co.'s operation near Cumberland, Ohio. The bucket cap- 
acity is 220 cu. yds. 

1911. BINDER, DENTS 

A novel approach to reasonable regulation of strip mining. 
University of Pittsburgh Law Review 34: 339-74 1972/73. 

1912. BITUMINOUS COAL RESEARCH, INC. 

Reclamation of coal-mined land: a bibliography with ab- 
stracts. Monroeville, Pa., 1975. 188p. 

Comprehensive, well-annotated bibliography. 

1913. BLACK MESA PLAN: ENERGY TODAY, BETTER LAND TOMORROW 

Coal Age Mr 1971 78-82. 

"Good reclamation procedures and concern for the environment rat- 
ed top consideration in Peabody Coal's plans for the development 
of the Black Mesa coal reserves. ' 

1914. BLAKELY, J. WES AND RICHARD H. MASON 

City of 20,000 is possible on former strip mine site. Coal 
Mining and Processing Sept 1973 47-51. 

Reclamation efforts will result in much-needed level land in the up- 
per Kanawha Valley, W. Va. 

1915. BLAKELY, J. WES 

New cities for Appalachia-will they be denied? Coal Min- 
ing and Processing Jan 1974 49-54. 



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More level land is required for growth of cities and general econ- 
omic development in Appalachia. In many areas, "The extraction of 
coal through surface mining is the only economically feasible way 
the region would ever secure such level land." 

1916. BLAKELY, J. WES 

Surface mining in Appalachia. Coal Mining & Processing 
Je 1974 36-39. 

Describes mining methods of three eastern Ky. firms which "illus- 
trate how coal can be successfully taken in this region. . ., and the 
land returned to far more useful purposes than it was in its ori- 
ginal state." 

1917. BLAKELY, J. WES 

The Western scene. Coal Mining & Processing Je 1974 40- 
45. 

"Out where the West is still to be won, things are pretty hectic: 
Indians wheel and deal, drill rigs are at a premium, and the envir- 
onmentalists resemble a Patton armored division". 

1918. BOCCARDY, JOSEPH A. 

Effects of surface mining on fish and wildlife in Appala- 
chia. Washington: GPO, 1968. 20p. (U. S. Bureau of Sport 
Fisheries and Wildlife. Resource Publication 65). 

1919. BOETTNER, JOHN L. AND OTHERS 

Strip mining, can it be legally abolished by an act of con- 
gress? Charleston, W. Va.: Appalachian Research and De- 
fense Fund, Inc., 1971. 29p. ( ARDF Public Interest Report 

No. 1-A). 

1920. BOSSELMAN, FRED P. 

The control of surface mining: an exercise in creative fed- 
eralism. Natural Resources Journal 9: 136-65 1969. 

Pressure for the regulation of surface mining has been felt at all 
levels of government. "The resulting contest, in which federal, state 
and local authorities each vie for position while the conservation 
groups and affected industries push and shove from the sidelines, 
is an interesting test of federalism to produce regulatory systems 
at three levels of government which neither duplicate each other 
nor leave gaping holes." 

1921. BOTTOMLEY, J. A. 

History and development of strip mining in Illinois. Illin- 
ois Mining Institute. Proceedings 52: 90-100 1944. 

"Coal stripping began in the Danville area in 1866." 



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1922. BOVENIZER, ROBERT V. AND JAMES G. AULT 

Surface mining of coal. Mining Congress Journal Feb 1967 
138-42. 

Includes a useful history of the stripping activities of the Hanna 
Coal Co., a division of Consolidation Coal Co. 

1923. BOWDEN, KENNETH L. AND RICHARD L. MEIER 

Should we design new "Badlands?" Laiulsrape Architec- 
ture 51: 224-29 1961. 

Stripped land could be made into attractive recreational areas. Ra- 
ther than restoring stripping land to its natural state, authors sug- 
gest that such lands be made into recreational areas I creating 
new "badlands," especially in the "topographically monotonous" 
Midwest. 

1924. BRANSCOME, JAMES 

Destroy to save? Environment Sept 1975 6-11. 

"Obsession with cheap electrical power has led (TVA) to destroy 
the land by promoting massive strip-mining." 

1925. BRANSCOME, JAMES 

Paradise lost. Southern Exposure Summer/Fall 1973 20-41. 

Exposes the role of Peabody Coal Co. and TVA in the strip mining 
of Appalachia with the cooperation of governmental institutions. 

1926. BRANSON, BRANLEY A. 

Stripping the Appalachians. Natural History Nov 1974 52- 
61. 

Assessment of the ecological effects of strip mining. Strong anti- 
strip mining position taken. 

1927. BREDEWEG, HARRY W. 

Showplace of exploitation. Engage/Social Action Te 1974 
28-33. 

Account of a meeting on strip mining held at Clinch Valley College, 
Wise, Va. 

1928. BRESLIN, JOHN J. AND RICHARD J. ANDERSON 

Observations on the surface mining of coal. Columbus: 
Battelle Memorial Institute, 1974. 94p. 

Observations on the technical problems of mining and reclamation 
by a team of experts. Sixteen stripping operations in the U. S. and 
three in Germany were visited. 

1929. BRISTOW, J. W. 

Land reclamation by Illinois coal strippers. Coal Mine 
Modernization Yearbook 1948: 285-90. 



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Author opposes government regulation on the grounds that "too of- 
ten such laws stifle the incentive and imagination of operators to 
the point where they are content to comply with the minimum of 
the statute requirements rather than explore the possibilities 
of more profitable land uses." 

1930. BROCK, SAMUEL M. 

Auger mining for coal in southern West Virginia: costs and 
benefits. Morgantown: West Virginia University, 1972. 9p. 
(Appalachian Center, Office of Research and Develop- 
ment. Supplement to Research Series 1 ) . 

1931. BROCK, SAMUEL M. 

Benefit-cost analysis of surface coal mining. Mining Engi- 
neering My 1969 75-77. 

1932. BROCK, SAMUEL M. AND DAVID B. BROOKS 

The Myles Job Mine, a study of benefits and costs of sur- 
face mining for coal in northern West Virginia. Morgan- 
town: West Virginia University. 1968. 61p. (Appalachian 
Center, Office of Research and Development. Research 
Series 1). 

1933. BROM, THOMAS 

The southwest: America's new Appalachia. Ramparts Nov 
1974 19-20. 

1934. BROOKS, DAVID B. 

The impact of surface mine regulation on the coal indus- 
try; the case of Kentucky. In American Institute of Mining, 
Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers. Council of Eco- 
nomics. Proceedings 1969: 65-92. 

An examination of strip mining regulations within the state and an 
analysis of the costs incurred by reclamation efforts. 

1935. BROOKS, DAVID B. 

Strip mine reclamation and economic analysis. Natural Re- 
sources Journal 6: 13-44 1966. 

"The three goals of national productivity, quality of the environ- 
ment, and local employment together represent a rationale for pub- 
lic policy on strip and auger mining." Data are insufficient for 
intelligent formulation of policy, and a major effort must be made 
to collect same. 

1936. BROWN, ROBERT E. 

Regulation of surface mining reclamation in Wyoming. 
Land & Water Law Review 9: 99-125 1974. 



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1937. BURROICI IS. WILBUR G. 

Coal stripping in the United States. Coal Industry 2: 1-5, 
56-61, 107-10, 143-46, 177-82, 322-28, 494-98 1919. 

A scries of articles which give a comprehensive picture of the prac- 
tices and problems of the coal stripping industry at the close of 
World War I. Keclamation is not mentioned. 

1938. CALLAHAN, JOHN C. AND JACQUELINE G. CALLAHAN 

Effects of strip mining and technological change on com- 
munities and natural resources in Indiana's coal mining re- 
gion. Purdue University. Agricultural Experiment Station. 
Research Bulletin 871, 1971. 43p. 

1939. CAMPBELL, ROBERT S. AND OWEN T. LIND 

Water quality and aging of strip-mine lakes. Water Pollu- 
tion Control Federation. Journal 41: 1943-55 1969. 

"This paper proposes that most strip-mine lakes easily may be class- 
ified into one of two successional stages-acid or alkaline. Many 
strip-mine lakes are at first acid and with time become alkaline." 

1940. CARDI, VINCENT 

Strip mining and the 1971 West Virginia Surface Mining 
and Reclamation Act. West Virginia Law Review 75: 319- 
69 1973. 

1941. CARLSON, CLARENCE G. AND WILSON M. LAIRD 

Study of the spoil banks associated with lignite strip min- 
ing in North Dakota. Grand Forks: North Dakota Geolog- 
ical Survey, 1964. 28p. (Its Miscellaneous Series 24). 

1942. CAUDILL, HARRY M. 

Farming and mining: there is no land to spare. Atlantic 
Sept 1973 85-90. 

Eloquent description of the ills of strip mining and the limits of 
recamation. 

1943. CAUDILL, HARRY M. 

My land is dying. New York: Dutton, 1971, 144p. 

Much of Appalachia is already dying from the effects of strip min- 
ing and other states are threatened. The book is dedicated to "those 
unborn millions who must someday inherit America's spoil banks." 

1944. CAUDILL, HARRY M. 

Offense against America. Audubon Magazine 68: 356-59 
1966. 

An impassioned protest against destruction of the landscape in the 
Southern Appalachians by the coal industry. 



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1945. CAUDILL, HARRY M. 

The rape of the Appalachians. Atlantic Ap 1962 37-42. 

A sharp attack on the strip mining industry and the TV A for "the 
savage destruction of the mountain region by the strip miners." 

1946. CAUDILL, HARRY M. 

Strip mining: partnership in greed. American Forest My 
1973 16-19. 

1947. CEDARSTROM, D. J. 

Hydrologic efforts of strip mining west of Appalachia. 
Mining Congress Journal Mr 1971 46-50. 

"West of Appalachia, strip-mined land can be managed to diminish 
floods, increase low flow and become a significant source of water." 

1948. CENTER FOR SCIENCE IN THE PURLIC INTEREST 

Enforcement of strip mining laws in three Appalachian 
states. Washington, 1975. lOOp. 

Study of the enforcement of laws and regulations regarding strip 
mining in Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. 

1949. CHARMRURY, H. R. 

Strip mining-a necessary evil? State Government 47: 209- 
13 1974. 

1950. CHASE, NINA R. 

A benefit-cost analysis of Ohio's reclaimed coal strip-lands. 
Thesis. Ohio State University. 1967. 119p. 

1951. CHIRONIS, NICHOLS P. 

West Virginia haulback method ... a modern way of sur- 
face mining. Coal Age Jan 1974 66-68. 

Account of the Grafton Coal Co.'s experience with the haulback 
(block) method of stripping. 

1952. CLYDE, EDWARD W. 

Legal problems imposed by requirements of restoration 
and beautification of mining properties. Rocky Mountain 
Mineral Law Institute 13: 187-231 1967. 

1953. COAL STRIPPING, RUSH RUN, OHIO 

Coal Age Ja 22, 1916 161-62. 

"The coal stripping absolutely destroys the land for farming pur- 
poses. . . It is hard to imagine what further use could be made of 
such land." 



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1954. CX>\ WV \Y, I AMES 

Last of the West: hell, strip it. Atlantic Sept 1973 91-4+. 

"Stripping eastern Montana and the surrounding country amounts 
to the destruction of what's left of the West." 

1955. CONNER, ELI T. 

Anthracite and bituminous mining. Coal Age Oct 21, 1911 
42-45. 

Author states that the first stripping "on an extensive scale was un- 
dertaken by Aric Pardee, at his Hollywood colliery, near Hazleton, 
Penn., in 1881. This work was commenced by the late Capt. Wil- 
liam I. Conner, my father, who introduced ( the first steam shovel 
used for this purpose in the anthracite field." 

1956. CONTROVERSY OVER PROPOSED U. S. REGULATION OF SURFACE 
MINING OF COAL 

Congressional Digest 53: 131-60 1974. 
This issue is devoted to an examination of the controversy. 



1957. CORNFORTH, CAROL 

Treated waste water solids fertilize strip-mined lands. Coal 
Mining & Processing Mr 1972 36-41. 

The Metropolitan Sanitary District of Greater Chicago is using its 
"liquid fertilizer" to reclaim an initial 7,000 acres of strip mined 
land in Fulton County, Illinois. 

1958. CORNFORTH, CAROL 

Surface mining of the future. Coal Mining & Processing Ja 
1974 75-90. 

"If the industry is not all but abolished under federal legislation, a 
fantastic, exciting future is ahead for surface mining, particularly in 
the West". 

1959. COST ANALYSIS OF MODEL MINES FOR STRIP MINING OF COAL 
IN THE UNITED STATES 

Washington: GPO, 1972. 116p. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. In- 
formation Circular 8535 ) . 

"This Bureau of Mines study develops the basic costs of producing 
coal and lignite from stripping operations hypothetically located in 
the bituminous, subbituminous, and lignite fields of the United 
States." 

1960. COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS 

Surface mining; extent and economic importance, impact 
on natural resources and proposals for reclamation of min- 
ed land. Chicago, 1964. (Its RM 369). 



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1961. CRAIG, BOY 

Cloud on the desert. Environment Jl/Ag 1971 20-35. 

Account of the damage to the environment caused by power plants, 
burning strip-mined coal, in the Four Corners area of the South- 
west. 

1962. CRANE, W. R. 

Coal stripping by steam shovel in Kansas. Engineering & 
Mining Journal 74: 615-17 1902. 

1963. CULVER, HAROLD E. 

Preliminary report on coal stripping possibilities in Illinois. 
Illinois Geological Survey. Cooperative Mining Series. Bul- 
letin 28. 1925. 61p. 

1964. CYRNAK, ANTHONY W. 

Effect of regulation on external diseconomies: surface min- 
ing in northern West Virginia, 1960-1970. Ph. D. West Vir- 
ginia University. 1972. 262p. 

1965. DALSTED, NORMAN L. AND F. L. LEISTRITZ 

Selected bibliography on coal-energy development of part- 
icular interest to the Western states. Fargo: North Dakota 
Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974. 82p. (Agricultural 
economics miscellaneous report, no. 16). 

Very useful. Emphasis is on surface mining and the problems asso- 
ciated therewith. 

1966. DANA, SAMUEL T. 

Stearns case; an analysis. American Forest S 1955 18-19. 

Important decision in which the Stearns Coal & Lumber Co. was 
denied right to strip in the Cumberland National Forest. 

1967. DEASY, GEORGE F. AND PHYLLIS R. GRIESS 

Coal strip pits in the northern Appalachian landscape. 
Journal of Geography 58: 72-81 1959. 

Description of strip mining pits-size, shape, etc.,-and their adjoining 
landscape. 

1968. DEASY, GEORGE F. AND PHYLLIS R. GRIESS 

Terrain damages resulting from bituminous coal stripping 
in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Academy of Science. Pro- 
ceedings 34: 124-30 1960. 

1969. DICKMAN, IRVING 

The strip-mine reclamation program in Ohio. Ohio Journal 
of Science 64: 165-68 1964. 

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1970. DIETRICH, CHARLES C. 

Mined land reclamation in the western United States. 
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 16: 143-205 1971. 

1971. Dl.NKEL, R. M. AND LEE GUERNSEY 

An economic appraisal of reclamation practices on a strip 
coal mine site in Greene County, Indiana. Indiana Aca- 
demy of Science. Proceedings 78: 355-62 1968. 

1972. DONLEY, ROBERT T. 

Some observations on the law of the strip-mining of coal. 
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 11: 123-68 1966. 

1973. DOYLE, WILLIAM S. 

Strip mining of coal; environmental solutions. Park 
Ridge, N. J.: Noyes Data Corp., 1976. 352p. 

"Based on 19 government reports issued from 1967 through 1974". 

1974. DREESE, GEORGE R. AND HAROLD L. BRYANT 

Cost and effects of a water quality program for a small 
stripping company-southeastern Ohio. Water Resources 
Bulletin 8: 320-27 1972. 

"The conclusions of this study were that the small company could 
not unilaterally implement mine drainage programs because the 
added costs would seriously worsen its already precarious financial 
position." This paper summarizes a larger study by the same au- 
thors: Cost and effects of a water quality program tor a small strip 
mining company. Alexandria, Va.: U. S. Army Engineers Institute 
for Water Resources, 1971. 150p. (IWR Report 71-7). 

1975. DRUM, E. C. 

Coal mining by stripping method. Coal Industry 1: 68-69 
1918. 

1976. DUGGAN, CARROLL AND OTHERS 

Evaluation of municipal compost for strip mine reclama- 
tion. Compost Science My/Je 1973 4-8. 

"Four years of tests by the Tennessee Valley Authority prove the 
effectiveness of composted municipal wastes in producing vegeta- 
tive cover on coal strip mine sites' . 



1977. DUNLAP, LOUISE C. 

Analysis of the legislative history of the Surface Mining 
Control and Reclamation Act of 1975. Rocky Mountain 
Mineral Law Institute 21: 11-58 1975. 



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1978. EDGERTON, B. R. AND OTHERS 

Revegetating bituminous strip mine spoils with municipal 
wastewater. Compost Science Jl/Ag 1975 20-25. 

Experiments indicate that the use of treated municipal wastes can 
facilitate revegetation. 

1979. EVANS, ROBERT J. AND JOHN R. BITLER 

Coal surface mining reclamation costs: Appalachian and 
Midwestern coal supply districts. Washington: GPO, 1975. 
50p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8695). 

1980. EVANS, WILLIAM B. AND ROBERT L. PETERSON 

Decision at Colstrip. Pacific Northwest Quarterly 61: 129- 
36 1970. 

Account of strip-mining operation at Colstrip, Montana maintained 
by the Northern Pacific Railroad in the early 1920's. 

1981. EVANS, WILLIAM B. 

Public response to strip mining in Montana, 1920's to 
1973. Montana Business Quarterly Summer 1973 16-20. 

"A historian documents the lack of public response to strip mining 
in Montana for half a century". 

1982. FALTERMAYER, EDMUND 

Clearing the way for the new age of coal. Fortune My 
1974 214-19+. 

"In short, we can have it both ways-both the fuel and the mending 
of the land". 

1983. FELDMAN, JULIAN 

The development of a regulatory policy for the coal strip- 
ping industry in Ohio. Thesis. Ohio State University. 1950. 

1984. FOREMAN, W. E. 

Impact of higher ecological costs on surface mining. 
Blacksburg, 1974. 170p. 

Research conducted by VPI's Division of Minerals Engineering for 
the U. S. Bureau of Mines. 

1985. FRANKLIN, BEN A. 

What price coal? New York Times Magazine Sept 29, 1974. 
26-7+. 

Report on the move to strip mine North Dakota's vast lignite re- 
serves. 



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1986. FRAWLEY, MARGARET L. 

Surface mined areas: control and reclamation of environ- 
mental damage, a bibliography. Washington: U. S. Depart- 
ment of the Interior. Office of Library Services, 1971. 63p. 
(Bibliography Series 27). 

Contains 387 references published from 1960 through June 1970 
concerning "soil shifts, chemical modification and water pollution 
resulting from surface mining, and the restoration of mined areas 
for use and beauty." 

1987. GASH, STEPHEN L. AND J. CARL BASS 

Age, growth and population structures of fishes from acid 
and alkaline strip-mine lakes in southeast Kansas. Kansas 
Academy of Science. Transactions 76: 39-50 1973. 

1988. GATES, LATHROP M. 

Strip mine reclamation regulation. Missouri Law Review 
39: 429-46 1974. 

Account of the development and current status of the regulation of 
strip mining in Missouri. 

1989. GEYER, WAYNE A. 

Timber growth on graded and ungraded strip-mine spoil 
banks in southeast Kansas. Kansas Academy of Science. 
Transactions 74: 318-24 1972. 

1990. GOLDBERG, EVERETT F. AND GARRETT POWER 

Legal problems of coal mine reclamation. Washington: 
GPO, 1972. 236p. (U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. 
Water Pollution Control Research Series ) . 

"A study in Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia." 

1991. GOLDSTEIN, MORRIS AND ROBERT S. SMITH 

Land reclamation requirements and their estimated effects 
on the coal industry. Journal of Environmental Economics 
and Management 2: 135-49 1975. 

1992. GORDON, SUZANNE 

Black Mesa: the angel of death. New York: John Day, 
1973. 113p. 

Account of the damage done both to the environment and to the 
life style of the Hopi Indians by strip mining in the Black Mesa 
area of Arizona. 

1993. GRAHAM, HERMAN D. 

Economics of strip coal mining, with special reference to 
Knox and Fulton counties, Illinois, Dissertation. Univer- 
sity of Illinois. 1948. 



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Appeared also as Bulletin 66 of the Bureau of Economic and Busi- 
ness Research of the University of Illinois. 

1994. GREEN, JERRY E. 

The problem of reclamation of derelict land after coal 
strip mining in Appalachia. Southeastern Geographer Apr 
1969 36-47. 

1995. GREENBURG, WILLIAM 

Chewing it up at 200 tons a bite. Technology Review Feb 
1973 46-55. 

"The destructive use of strip mining is blatant in Appalachia and 
becoming so in the West". 



1996. GROFF, SIDNEY L. 

Voluntary mined-land reclamation in Montana. Mining 
Congress Journal Oct 1969 45-50. 

"The Montana statute requiring reclamation of surface-mined coal 
lands omits over-all specifications. Individual voluntary state-ap- 
proved contracts contain specific requirements and stipulations 
relative to reclamation." 

1997. GROWTH OF STRIP COAL MINING AND ITS EFFECT ON LABOR 

MLR 33: 85-89 1931. 

1998. GUERNSEY, LEE 

Land use changes caused by a quarter century of strip coal 
mining in Indiana. Indiana Academy of Science. Proceed- 
ings 69: 200-209 1959. 

1999. GUERNSEY, LEE 

Reclamation of strip mined land in western Kentucky. 
Journal of Geography 59: 5-11 1960. 

2000. GUERNSEY, LEE 

Settlement changes caused by strip coal mining in Indiana. 
Indiana Academy of Science. Proceedings 70: 158-64 1960. 

2001. GUERNSEY, LEE 

Strip coal mine reclamation problems in Indiana. Indiana 
Academy of Science. Proceedings 74: 255-58 1964. 

2002. GUERNSEY, JAMES L. 

A study of the agriculture and rural settlement pattern of 
Vigo County, Indiana, with emphasis on the impact of 
strip coal mining. Dissertation. Northwestern. 1953. 

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2003. GWYNN, THOMAS A. 

Mined land reclamation in Montana. Natural Resources 
Lawyer 7: 27-32 1974. 

2004. HAAS, ALBERT 

Switching to coal is buying trouble. Business and Society 
Review Winter 1974/75 52-57. 

The social costs of massive stripping operations in the West are ex- 
cessive and unnecessary. 

2005. HAGEN, BRUCE 

North Dakota's surface mining and reclamation law. North 
Dakota Law Review 50: 437-57 1973/74. 



V 2006. 



y 



HALF CENTURY OF STRIPPING . . . AND THE NEXT TEN YEARS 

Coal Age Oct 1961 180-87. 
A useful history of the industry. 



2007. HANNAH, H. W. AND B. VANDERVLIET 

Effects of strip mining on agricultural areas in Illinois and 
suggested remedial measures. Land Economics 15: 296-311 
1939. 

2008. HILL, JACK K. 

Social and economic implications of strip mining in Harri- 
son County. Thesis. Ohio State University. 1965. 

Harrison County, Ohio. 

2009. HOFFMAN, GLENN J. AND OTHERS 

Annotated bibliography on slope stability of strip mine 
spoil banks. Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. Re- 
search Circular 130, 1964. 92p. 

Worldwide coverage. Entries are listed alphabetically by author. An 
excellent subject index is provided. 

2010. HOLLISTER, G. 

Future of federal programs in strip mining and restoration. 
Soil Conservation Society of America. Proceedings 1962 
87-91. 

2011. HOLMES, GRANT 

Early coal stripping full of heartbreak. Coal Age My 29, Te 
5, 1924 797-800, 835-39. 

The coal stripping industry is said to have been "born" in Dan- 
ville. Illinois. The author was a pioneer in the early strip mining in- 
dustry. 

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2012. HOWARD, HERBERT A. 

Are landowners underpaid or overpaid for surface mining 
mineral rights? American Journal of Economics and Soc- 
iology 30: 413-20 1971. 

An analysis of the situation in eastern Kentucky. 

2013. HOWARD, HERBERT A. 

External diseconomies of bituminous coal surface mining; 
a case study of eastern Kentucky, 1960-1967. Dissertation. 
Indiana University, 1969. 223p. 

A study of the Kentucky Reclamation Laws and their enforcement. 

2014. HOWARD, HERBERT A. 

A measurement of the external diseconomies associated 
with bituminous coal surface mining, Eastern Kentucky, 
1962-1967. Natural Resources Journal 11: 76-101 1971. 

2015. HUTNIK, RUSSELL J. AND GRANT DAVIS 

Ecology and reclamation of devastated land. New York: 
Gordon and Breach, 1973. 2 vols. 

The proceedings of the International Symposium on Ecology and 
Revegetation of Drastically Distrubed Areas held at University 
Park, Pennsylvania. 

2016. ILLINOIS COAL STRIPPERS ASSOCIATION 

The open cut coal mining industry of Illinois. Chicago, 
1939. 37p. 

2017. ILLINOIS. STRIP MINE INVESTIGATION COMMISSION 

Report of Strip Mine Investigation Commission to the 
sixty-third General Assembly of Illinois. Chicago: Illinois 
Coal Strippers Association, 1943. 40p. 



2018. IMHOFF, EDGAR A. AND OTHERS 

Guide to state programs for the reclamation of surface 
mined coal. Washington: GPO, 1976. 33p. (USGS Circu- 
lar 731). 

2019. IMPLIED RIGHT TO STRIP MINE COAL 

West Virginia Law Revtiew 58: 174-84 1956. 

2020. INDIANA COAL PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION 

The story of open cut coal mining in Indiana. Terre Haute, 
1940? 26p. 



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2021. JOHNSON, LINDA 

Egypt Valley. Mountain Life and Work Jan 1973 15-18. 

Account of the conflict between residents of Belmont Co., Ohio and 
the Hanna Coal Company. 

2022. JONES, PAUL M. 

Strip coal mining in Western Kentucky. Kentucky Mining 
Institute. Proceedings 4: 39-46 1943/44. 

2023. JONES, w. G. 

The new forest. Boalsburg, Pa.: Offset Centre, 1970. 58p. 

"In central Pennsylvania a new and interesting forest is coming in- 
to being on the reclaimed but supposedly barren lands once strip- 
ped for bituminous coal." 

2024. JOSEPHY, ALVIN M. 

Agony of the northern plains. Audubon Jl 1973 68-101. 

Excellent article describing the development of massive stripping 
operations in the northern plain states ( Montana, Wyoming, Colo- 
rado and the Dakotas). Well illustrated. 

2025. JOSEPHY, ALVIN M. 

Murder of the southwest. Aububon Magazine Jl 1971 50- 
67. 

Account of the damage to the land as well as to the Indian way of 
life by massive strip mining in the southwest. 

2026. KELLER, ALVIN G. 

Bituminous coal strip mines; some financial considerations. 
Pittsburgh: Mellon National Bank & Trust Company, 1951. 
150p. 

2027. KENTFIELD, CALVIN 

New Showdown in the West. New York Times Magazine 
Ja 28, 1973 12+. 

The concern of local residents over how a large strip mining indus- 
try would change the land and life style of the West. 

2028. KENTUCKY. LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION 

Strip mining; a 1954 Kentucky Legislative Problem. Frank- 
fort. 1954. 15p. (Legislative Research Commission Infor- 
mation Bulletin No. 10). 

2029. KENTUCKY STRIP MINING AND RECLAMATION COMMISSION 

Strip mining in Kentucky. Frankfort, 1965. 56p. 
A useful survey that includes a history of strip mining. 



233 



2030. KIESSLING, O. 

The economics of strip coal mining. Washington: GPO, 
1931. 32p. (Bureau of Mines. Economic Paper 11). 

2031. KNEELAND, FRANK H. 

Large stripping operation. Coal Age Sept. 25, 1915 497- 
501. 

Account of stripping operation in the anthracite region of Pennsyl- 
vania. "Ten steam shovels and 35 locomotives are employed at this 
operation." 

2032. KOENIG, ROBERT 

Economics and techniques of strip coal mining. Cororado 
School of Mines. Quarterly 45, 2B (1950) 27-39. 

2033. KREBS GIRARD 

Technological and social impact assessment of resource ex- 
traction: the case of coal. Environment and Behavior 7: 
307-29 1975. 

Special attention is given to the problems created by strip mining in 
eastern Ohio. 

2033a. LANDY, MARC K. 

The politics of environmental reform: controlling Ken- 
tucky strip mining. Washington: Resources for the Future, 
1976. 400p. 

2034. LARSEN, THOMAS A. 

Federal regulation of strip mining. Environmental Affairs 
2: 533-61 1972/73. 

2035. LEIBENGUTH, C. 

Strip mining; covering the scars. Science Digest Dec 1974 
70-76. 

2035a. LIGHT, ED 

The effects of modern strip mining on water resources. 
Charleston, W. Va.: Campaign Clean Water, 1975. 18p. 

2036. L1MSTROM, G. A. 

Forestation of strip-mined land in the central states. Wash- 
ington: GOP, 1960. 74p. (USDA. Agricultural Handbook 
166). 

2037. LIMSTROM, G. A. AND G. H. DEITSCHMAN 

Reclaiming Illinois strip coal lands by forest planting. Illi- 
nois Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 547: 201- 
501951. 

234 



"Sweet gum was outstandingly promising for the stripped lands in 
Southern Illinois." 

2038. LIMSTROM, G. A. 

Revegetation of Ohio's strip-mined land. Ohio Journal of 
Science 64: 112-19 1964. 

2039. LORING, ROBERT D. 

The growth of strip coal mining in Indiana. Indiana Aca- 
demy of Science. Proceedings 61: 184-86 1951. 

"This paper will trace and attempt to account for the growth of 
the strip coal mining industry in Indiana from the year 1914 up to, 
and including, the year 1949." 

2040. LORING, ROBERT D. 

Strip coal mining areas of southwestern Indiana: their dis- 
tribution, growth and restoration. Thesis. Indiana Univer- 
sity. 1948. 

2041. MC CULLOUGH, DAVID G. 

The lonely war of a good angry man. American Heritage 
Dec 1969 97-113. 

Account of Harry M. Caudill's continuing crusade against the rav- 
ages of strip mining. 

2042. MACKEY, TERRENCE AND JAMES A. HARDEE 

Regulation of open cut mining in Wyoming. Land & Water 
Law Review 5: 449-65 1970. 

2041a. MC GINLEY, PATRICK C. 

Prohibition of surface mining in West Virginia. West Vir- 
ginia Law Review 78: 445-74 1976. 

Analysis of some of the provisions of the West Virginia Surface 
Mining and Reclamation Act of 1971. 

2043. MANEVAL, DAVID R. 

Abandoned mine areas can be valuable assets. Coal Min- 
ing & Processing Ag 1976 52-56. 

Stripping areas can be turned into valuable sites for industrial 
parks, airports, schools etc. 

2044. MANEVAL, DAVID R. 

Coal mining vs. environment: a reconciliation in Pennsy- 
lvania. Appalachia Feb/Mr 1972 10-40. 

An interesting account of Pennsylvania's increasingly successful ef- 
forts to "reconcile coal mining and environment.' 

235 



2045. MAY, MORTON AND ROBERT LANG 

Reclamation of strip mine spoil banks in Wyoming. Lara- 
mie: Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971. 32p. 
( Its Research Journal 51 ) . 

2046. MEDVICK, CHARLES 

The Indiana coal industry surface mining reclamation pro- 
gram. Indiana Academy of Science. Proceedings 80: 346- 
50 1970. 

"The Indiana coal mining industry operates the oldest continuous 
surface mining revegetation program in the country." 

2047. METNERS, ROBERT G. 

Strip mining legislation. Natural Resources Journal 3: 442- 
49 1964. 

2048. MERRITT, STEPHEN E. 

Cimarron strip. Coal Age Jan 1972 78-83. 

Account of the Cimarron Coal Co., a major stripping operation near 
Madisonville. Ky. 

2049. MERZ, ROBERT 

Character and extent of land stripped for coal in Kentucky. 
Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Circular 66. 
1949. 27p. 

2050. MILLER, E. WILLARD 

Strip mining and land utilization in western Pennsylvania. 
Scientific Monthly 69: 94-103 1949. 

2051. MINTZ, ROBERT E. 

Strip mining: a policy evaluation. Ecology Law Quarterly 
5: 461-529 1976. 

2052. MONTGOMERY, HUGH B. 

Conscientious coal stripping. Coal Age Jl 1962 84-88. 

Account of operation "directed to broad land-use benefits to the 
communities in the area and the economy in general." 

2053. MORTON, ROGERS C. 

Strip mining reform— some political and economic ideas. 
Environmental Affairs 2: 294-302 1972/73. 

2054. MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY UNION 

You can't put it back; a West Virginia guide to strip mine 
opposition. Fairmont, W. Va. 1976. 79p. 

236 



2055. MUCKELSTON, SANDRA 

Strip mining reclamation requirements in Montana— a 
critique. Montana Law Review 32: 65-79 1971. 

"Regulation of the reclamation process must be strengthened before 
acreage disturbed by strip-mining coal and other minerals and fuels 
reaches insurmountable proportions." 

2056. MUNN, ROBERT F. 

The development of strip mining in Southern Appalachia. 
Appalachian Journal 3: 87-93 1975. 

Strip mining was, with few exceptions, of little importance in the 
Southern Appalachian area until World War II. 

2057. MUNN, ROBERT F. 

The first fifty years of strip mining in West Virginia, 1916- 
1965. West Virginia History 35: 66-74 1973. 

2058. MUNN, ROBERT F. 

Strip mining: an annotated bibliography. Morgantown: 
West Virginia University Library, 1973, HOp. 

2059. MUTMANSKY, JAN M. 

Analysis of effects of legislation upon reserves and profits 
in contour surface mining. Coal Age Sept 1974 104-8. 

2060. MYERS, LEROY O. 

Bituminous coal stripping in Pennsylvania. Western 
Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 29: 35-52 1946. 

2061. NASH, HARRY D. 

Effects of strip mining on the microbiology of a stream 
free from domestic pollution. Dissertation. University of 
Kentucky. 1969. lllp. 

2062. NEPHEW, E. A. AND R. L. SPORE 

Costs of coal surface mining and reclamation in Appala- 
chia. Oak Ridge, Tenn., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 
1976. 45p. 

2063. OTTO, H. H. 

Stripping in the anthracite region. AIME. Transactions 94: 
181-89 1931. 

2064. PACKER, PAUL E. 

Rehabilitation potentials and limitations of surface-mined 
lands in the northern Great Plains. Ogden, Utah: Inter- 
mountain Forest & Range Experiment Station, 1974. 44p. 
(USDA Forest Service. General Technical Report INT- 
14). 23 7 



2065. PAONE, JAMES AND OTHERS 

Land utilization and reclamation in the mining industry, 
1930-71. Washington: GPO, 1974. 61p. (U. S. Bureau of 
Mines. Information Circular 8642). 

2066. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

Coal mining by open stripping in Pennsylvania. Engineer- 
ing & Mining Journal 81: 1239-40 1906. 

2067. PARSONS, JOHN D. 

Factors influencing excessive flows of coal strip-mining ef- 
fluents. Illinois Academy of Science. Transactions 49: 25- 
33 1956. 

2068. PENNSYLVANIA. DEPT. OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

Operation Scarlift, the after effects of over 100 years of 
coal mining in Pennsylvania and current programs to com- 
bat them. Harrisburg, 1967 12p. 

Text and photographs emphasizing the need for immediate reclama- 
tion of lands despoiled by strip mining. 

2069. PERSSE, FRANKLIN H. 

Strip-mining techniques to minimize environmental dam- 
age in the Upper Missouri River Basin states. Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1975. 53p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information 
Circular 8685). 

2070. PFLEIDER, EUGENE P. 

Surface mining. New York: American Institute of Mining, 
Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, 1968. 1061p. 

Written for the professional and covering all aspects of surface 
mining. 

2071. PITTSBURGH. UNIVERSITY. GRADUATE CENTER FOR PUBLIC 
WORKS ADMINISTRATION 

Effects of strip mining upon navigable waters and their 
tributaries: discussion and selected bibliography. Pitts- 
burgh, 1972. 94p. 

2072. PLASS, WILLIAM T. 

Revegetating surface-mined land. Mining Congress Journal 
Apr 1974 53-59. 

Purposes of article is to "review some of the important advances in 
revegetation techniques that may have national or regional appli- 
cations". 

238 



2073. POLLARD, BENJAMIN C. 

Strippable lignite reserve of North Dakota. Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1972. 37p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information 

Circular 8537). 

Covers "location, tonnage, and characteristics of lignite and over- 
burden." 

2073a. POTKIN, ALLEN J. 

Media access for environmentalists: breaking the stripmine 
information monopoly. Thesis. West Virginia University. 
1972. 87p. 

2074. PREATE, ERNEST D. 

A new law for an old problem. Appalachia Feb/Mr 1972 
41-53. 

Account of the background and operation of Pennsylvania's Surface 
Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act of 1971. 

2075. PRIEST, WHAYNE C. JR. 

Reclamation of strip mine spoils. Kentucky Law Journal 
50: 524-66 1962. 

"The purpose of this article is to explain various legal methods and 
devices which Kentucky and other states have used or could use to 
ensure that all spoil banks will be reclaimed". 

2076. PUNDARI, N. B. 

Going into the West's coal fields. Coal Age May 1974 120- 
25. 

"A checklist of key items to be considered for new surface mines". 

2077. RAY, JOHN R. 

Attitudes toward strip mining in Ohio. East Lakes Geo- 
grapher 8: 13-24 1973. 

"The study revealed an overall negative attitude toward stripping 
in the sample population and no significant regional variation in at- 
tidues in this Donulation toward the concent." 



in the sample population and no significant 
tidues in this population toward the concept 



2078. RAY, JOHN R. 

Strip mining in Ohio: a comparison of measured human 
attitudes and stated opinion. In Extraction of Minerals and 
Energy: Today's Dilemma, edited by R. A. Deju, pp. 235- 
49. 

2079. RECLAIMING LAND FOR PROFIT 

Coal Age Oct 1963 94-101. 

Account of the extensive and successive reclamation projects of the 
Ayrshire Co. in Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. 

239 



2080. REDDY, NALLANU N. AND CHARLES J BUEHLER 

Strip mine regulation and reclamation: an attitude survey. 
Arizona Review Mar 1974 1-5. 

Based on a survey of several counties in W. Va.. Pa., and N. Y., 
authors found that the public "is not in favor of a total ban but of 
enforcing regulation." 

2081. REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECLAMATION OF SURFACE-MINED 
LAND FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION 

Kent, Ohio: Kent State University, 1973. 124p. 

2082. REGULATION OF STRIP MINING IN ALABAMA 

Alabama Law Review 23: 423-88 1970/71. 

Analysis of the 1969 Alabama Surface Mining Act and the events 
leading to its passage. 

2083. REHABILITATION POTENTIAL OF WESTERN COAL LANDS 

Cambridge: Ballinger Publishing Co., 1974. 198p. 

A report to the Energy Policy Project of the Ford Foundation. This 
represents the most comprehensive study of the problem to date. 

2084. REITZE, ARNOLD W. 

Old King Coal and the merry rapists of Appalachia. Case 
Western Reserve Law Review 22: 650-737 1971. 

"The subject of this article is the nature, scope, and effectiveness 
of the laws regulating the surface mining industry." 

2085. RENKEY, LESLIE E. 

Local zoning of strip mining. Kentucky Law journal 57: 
738-58 1968/69. 

Kentucky strip mine laws do not distinguish between the relatively 
level western fields and the steeply pitched eastern fields. Author 
favors zoning ordinances enacted by focal government units to help 
regulate stripping. 

2086. RILEY, CHARLES V. 

The ecology of water areas associated with coal strip-min- 
ed lands in Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 60: 106-21 1960. 

2087. RILEY, CHARLES V. 

Revegetation and management of critical sites for wildlife. 
North American Wildlife Conference. Transactions 28: 
269-83 1963. 

Reclaimed strip lands can be made more productive for wildlige 
without great cost. Research was conducted in eastern and south- 
eastern Ohio during the period 1951-1962. 

240 



2088. ROGERS, NELSON F. 

Strip-mined lands of the Western Interior Coal Province. 
Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station. Research Bulle- 
tin 475, 1951. 55p. 

The Western Interior Coal Province includes parts of Arkansas, 
Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa. 

2089. RUDD, R. D. 

The Red Ember mine. Journal of Geography 59: 11-15 
1960. 

Account of large strip mine in west-central Illinois in operation 
since 1935. 

2090. SAWYER, L. E. 

Reclamation and conservation of stripped-over lands. Min- 
ing Congress Journal Jl 1946 26-36. 

"Before regulatory laws are enacted, the industry should be given 
an opportunity to reclaim the land by its own method through its 
own organization." 

2091. SCANLON, DAVID H. AND OTHERS 

Evaluation of municipal compost for strip mine reclama- 
tion. Compost Science May/Je 1973 4-8. 

"Four years of tests by the TVA prove the effectiveness of com- 
posted municipal wastes in producing vegetative cover on coal strip 
mine sites". 

2092. SCHLOTTMANN, ALAN AND RORERT L. SPORE 

Economic impacts of surface mine reclamation. Land 
Economics 52: 265-76 1976. 

2093. SCHNEIDER, DAVID A. 

Strip mining in Kentucky. Kentucky Law Journal 59: 652- 
72 1970/71. 

The broad form deed "continues to be a license to destroy, and 
elected officials still serve the vested interests of the coal owners 
rather than the good of the people". 

2094. SCOREE, BARRY 

Strip-pit mining in Kansas. Coal Age 4: 606-8 1913. 

2095. SEGERBERG, OSBORN 

Power corrupts. Esquire Mr 1972 138-42. 

"But the question before the TVA is, must cheap electric power 
corrupt absolutely." TVA's need for coal has led to the strip mining 
of large areas in Kentucky. 



241 



2096. SETTZ, WESLEY D. 

Analysis of strip-mining and local taxation practices, Illin- 
ois Agricultural Economics 12: 23-30 1972. 

Stripping has generally reduced the value of the land and thus the 
local tax revenues. Author discusses methods of insuring that this 
does not continue. s 

2097. SHAFFNER, M. N. 

Bituminous coal strip mining in Pennsylvania. Pennsyl- 
yani a De Pt- of Internal Affairs. Monthly Bulletin Ja 1947 

2098. SHERWOOD, R. H. 

Development of strip mining. Mining Congress Journal N 



1945 31-34. 

A brief history. 



2099. 



, 



SHOEMAKER, JOHN W. AND OTHERS 

Strippable low-surfur coal reserves of the San Juan Basin 
in New Mexico and Colorado. Socorro: New Mexico Bur- 
eau of Mines and Mineral Resources, 1971. 189r> (Its 
Memoir 25). 

2100. SHOTTS, REYNOLDS Q. 

Some problems of estimating strippable coal reserves of 
Alabama. Alabama Academy of Science Journal 42: 102-17 
IctYJ.. 

2101. SIEHL, GEORGE H. 

The issues related to surface mining; a summary review 
with selected readings. Washington: GPO, 1971. 255p. 



2102. SIEMS, GEORGE H. 

The strip mining of bituminous coal in West Virginia; an 
analysis of past and present conditions. Thesis (M.B.A.), 
University of Pennsylvania, 1949. 137p. 

2103. SINKS, ALFRED H. 

Battle of the spoil banks. Harper 192: 432-38 1946. 
Account of the conflicts caused by strip mining in Ohio. 

2104. SITTERLEY, J. H. 

Future land use in the Appalachian Plateau and its rela- 
tion to strip-mine reclamation. Ohio Journal of Science 64- 
106-11 1964. 



242 



2105. SMITH, JOSEPH B. AND OTHERS 

Strippable coal reserves of Wyoming; location, tonnage, 
and characteristics of coal and overburden. Washington: 
GPO, 1972. 51p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Cir- 
cular 8538). 

"Total strippable reserves of 23 billion tons were estimated in seven 
major coal areas." 

2106. SOPPER, WILLIAM E. AND OTHERS 

Reclamation of a burned anthracite refuse bank with mun- 
icipal sludge. Compost Science Mr/Ap 1976 12-19. 

Account of successful experiment near Scranton, Pa. 

2107. SOPPER, WILLIAM E. 

Revegetation of strip mine spoil banks through irrigation 
with municipal sewage effluent and sludge. Compost 
Science Nov/Dec 1970 6-11. 

"Preliminary results after two years of research indicate that mun- 
icipal waste waters might be used to reclaim and revegetate many 
of the barren bituminous strip-mined spoil banks existing through- 
out the Appalachian region and restore then to a more esthetic and 
productive state." 

2108. SPAULDING, WTLLARD M. AND R. D. OGDEN 

Effects of surface mining on the fish and wildlife resources 
of the United States. Washington: GPO, 1968. 51p. (U. S. 
Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Resource Publica- 
tion 68). 

2109. SPELTZ, CHARLES N. 

Strippable coal resources of Colorado. Washington: GPO, 
1976. 70p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 

8713). 

2110. SPENCER, K. A. 

Strip coal mining in the Southwest. Mining & Metallurgy 
12: 147-48 1931. 

2111. SPORE, ROBERT L. 

The economic problem of coal surface mining. Environ- 
mental Affairs 2: 685-93 1972/73. 

2112. STACHURA, JOHN A. 

Solving safety problems related to surface coal mining. 
Mining Congress Journal Je 1976 75-79. 

Account of program established by Amax Coal. 



243 



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2113. STACKS, JOHN F. 

Stripping. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1972. 140p. 

"A Sierra Club Battlebook." Introduction by Harry M. Caudill. A 
very useful work. 

2114. STANFORD RESEARCH INSTITUTE 

Study of surface coal mining in West Virginia. Menlo 
Park, Calif., 1972. 631p. 

Prepared for the West Virginia Legislature. A detailed study of the 
costs and benefits of surface mining in West Virginia. 

2115. STEAM-SHOVEL COAL STRIPPING IN THE DANVILLE DISTRICT 

Coal Age Mr 11. 1916 448-52. 

Interesting account of the methods of operation, wages, prices, etc., 
of the place and period. 

2116. STEWART, CHARLES L. 

Strategy in protecting the public's interest in land: with 
special reference to strip mining. Land Economics 15: 312- 
16 1939. 

^ 2117. STOEX, H. H. 

Steam-shovel mining of bituminous coal. American Insti- 
tute of Mining Engineers. Transactions 57: 514-49 1917. 

One of the first extensive treatments of the subject. 

2118. STRIP MINING BUILDS FOR ACCELERATED GROWTH 

Coal Age Ag 1966 113-36. 

Includes a useful illustrated history of the development of equip- 
ment used in surface mining. 

2119. STRIP MINING FIGHT GOES NATIONAL 

Mountain Life & Work Je/Jl 1972 18-27. 

Report on the strip mine legislation presently before congress and 
the spreading controversy over strip mining. 

2120. STRIP MINING, THE TOTAL BENEFIT INDUSTRY 

Coal Age Apr 1966 93-116. 

The strip mining industry has provided communities in strip min- 
ing areas with new recreational facilities, improved water supplies 
and many economic benefits. 

2121. STRIPPING FOR COAL MINES 

Coal 1: 120-21 1882. 

Account of stripping operation in the Hazelton, Pennsylvania area. 

244 



2122. SURFACE MINED LAND IN THE MIDWEST: A REGIONAL PERS- 
PECTIVE FOR RECLAMATION PLANNING 

Argonne, Illinois: Argonne National Laboratory, 1975. v.p. 

A detailed report on the problems and prospects of the reclamation 
of surface mined land. 

2123. SURFACE MINING ISSUE: A REASONED RESPONSE 

Coal Age Mr 1971 92-102. 

Discussion of the surface mining issue in West Virginia. With one 
exception, articles favor surface mining. 

2124. SYMPOSIUM ON REVEGETATION AND ECONOMIC USE OF SUR- 
FACE-MINED LAND AND MINE REFUSE 

Morgantown: West Virginia University School of Mines, 
1972. 59p. 

The proceeding of a symposium held December 2-4, 1971. 

2125. TENNESSEE. DEPT. OF CONSERVATION AND COMMERCE 

Conditions resulting from strip mining for coal in Tenn- 
essee. Nashville, 1960. 13p. 

2126. TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY. OFFICE OF HEALTH & ENVIR- 
ONMENTAL SCIENCE 

Policies relating to sources of coal used by the Tennessee 
Valley Authority for electric power generation. Chatta- 
nooga, 1971 v.p. 

2127. TOENGES, ALBERT L. 

Reclamation of stripped coal land. Washington: GPO, 
1939. lip. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Report of Investigations 
3440). 

A useful overview of both the problems and possible solutions be- 
fore World War II. 

2128. TOMKINS, CALVIN 

The seventeen-year locusts. New Yorker Je 10, 1972 125- 
30. 

"Of all the ingenious methods by which industrial man has contriv- 
ed to foul his own nest, nothing quite approaches in dramatic ef- 
fect the sheer devastation of strip mining." An essay-review of 
CaudiU's "My Land Is Dying." 

2128a. TOMKINS, DOROTHY L. 

Strip mining for coal. Berkeley: University of California, 
Institute for Government Studies, 1973. 86p. 

A bibliography with emphasis on environmental and public policy 
aspects. 

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2129. TOOLE, K. ROSS 

The rape of the great plains. Boston: Little Brown, 1976. 
271p. 

An attack on the efforts of coal companies to strip mine great areas 
in the Northwest. 

2130. TREACY, JOHN 

Measuring externalities of strip coal mining via property 
tax assessments. In Extraction of Mineral and Energy: To- 
day's Dilemma, edited by R. A. Deju, pp. 251-61. 

2131. TRUAX, CHESTER N. 

Water storage potential of surface mined coal lands. Min- 
ing Congress Journal Nov 1965 40+. 

Cast overburdens resulting from coal mining operations act as re- 
servoirs for ground water. 

2132. TUNG, HON-SHOUNG 

Impacts of contour coal mining on streamflow. Disserta- 
tion. University of Tennessee. 1975. 138p. 

"A case study of the New River Watershed, Tennessee." 

2133. TURNER, SCOTT 

Mining bituminous coal by stripping methods. Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1930. 23p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information 
Circular 6383). 

A useful state-of-the-art article. It is one of the first important pub- 
lications on stripping by the U. S. Bureau of Mines. 

2134. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR 
AFFAIRS 

Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1976. 
Washington: GPO, 1976. 161p. 

A report "together with additional, dissenting and separate views to 
accompany H. R. 9725". 

2135. U. S. CONGRESS HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR 
AFFAIRS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 

Surface mining veto justification briefing. Washington: 
GPO, 1975. 342p. 

Hearing on the President's veto of H. R. 25. 

2136. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON MINES AND MINING 

Regulation of strip mining. Washington: GPO, 1972. 890p. 

246 



Contains statements of position by individuals and organizations on 
all aspects of strip mining. Much useful statistical information is 
also included. 

2137. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS. 

The issues relating to surface mining. Washington: GPO, 
1971. 255p. 

"A summary review, with selected readings." This compilation 
should be very useful in public and school libraries. 

2138. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFArRS 

Surface mining briefing. Washington: GPO, 1975. 232p. 

Testimony concerning the bill introduced by Senator Jackson ( S. 7J 
cited as the "Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1975' . 
Text of the bill is included. 

2139. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS 

Surface mining reclamation. Washington: GPO. 1968. 
375p. 

An extremely useful document. Includes statements and communica- 
tions from all sides, as well as important statistical information. 

2140. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAD3S. SUBCOMMITTEE ON MINERIALS, MATERIAL, AND 
FUELS , 

Surface Mining. Washington: GPO, 1972. 1173p. (Issued 
in three parts ) . 

Hearings "Pursuant to S. Res. 45 A National Fuels and Energy Po- 
licy Study." 

2141. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Restoring surface-mined land. Washington: GPO, 1973. 
14p. 

2142. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Study of strip and surface mining in Appalachia, an inter- 
im report to the Appalachian Regional Commission. Wash- 
ington, 1966. 78p. 

Emphasis is on reclamation. 

2143. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Surface mining and our environment. Washington, 1967. 

124p. 

A well-illustrated book which includes useful statistical information. 

247 



2144. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. RUREAU OF LAND MAN- 
AGEMENT 

Final environmental impact statement, proposed federal 
coal leasing program. Washington: GPO, 1975. v.p. 

2144a. U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

Surface coal mining in the northern great plains of the 
western United States. Washington, 1976. 146p. 

"An introduction and inventory utilizing aerial photography collect- 
ed in 1974-75." 

2145. WALL, M. K. 

Some environmental aspects of strip mining in North 
Dakota. Grand Forks: North Dakota Geological Survey, 
1973. 121p. (Education Series 5). 

2146. WALLACE, TOM 

Stearns case; coal mining in Cumberland National Forest. 
American Forest Ap 1955 24-27. 

Request of a coal company to conduct stripping operations in the 
Cumberland National Forest caused great controversy. 

2147. WALTER, GEORGE H. 

Agriculture and strip coal mining. Agricultural Economics 
Research Ja 1949 24-29. 

2148. WARRINER. J. B. 

Anthracite stripping. AIME. Transactions 57: 159-97 1917. 

2149. WELLS, JANE F. 

Study of thought relating to strip mining in the Common- 
wealth of Kentucky. Dissertation. Indiana University, 
1973. 156p. 

A study of the attitudes of both opponents and proponents of strip 
mining. 

2150. WIENER, FREDERICK B. 

Economic interest: rise and fall of a slogan. Taxes 37: 777- 
802 1959. 

Study of the depletion allowance permitted the coal stripper. The 
pertinent court decisions are cited. 

2151. WILKINSON, JOSEPH F. 

Good management and a 52-ft. seam make Decker top pro- 
ducer for 1975. Coal Age Ag 1976 87-90. 

The Decker Coal Company's surface mine in southern Montana pro- 
duced over 9 million tons in 1975, more than any other U. S. mine. 

248 



2152. WILLIAMS, ROGER M. 

TVA and the strippers. World Je 19, 1973 20-25+. 

"Once the symbol of a pioneering effort on behalf of the 'common 
man,' TVA is today under sharp attack for its support of strip- 
mining in Appalachia." 

2153. WILSON, II. A. AND DAVID A. ZUBERER 

Some microbiological factors associated with surface-mine 
reclamation. Morgantown: West Virginia Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station, 1976. 19p. (Bulletin 645T). 

2154. WITHROW, MICHAEL V. 

Broad form deed— obstacle to peaceful co-existence be- 
tween mineral and surface owners. Kentucky Law Journal 
60: 742-56 1971/72. 

2155. YANIK, GLENN G. AND OTHERS 

Enforcement of strip mining laws in three Appalachian 
states: Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Wash- 
ington: Center for Science in the Public Interest, 1975. 
HOp. 

2156. YEAGER, LEE E. 

Wildlife management of coal stripped lands. North Ameri- 
can Wildlife Conference Transactions 5: 348-53 1940. 



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Safety 






2157. ANDREWS, JOHN B. 

Needless hazards in the coal industry. Ann. Amer. Acad. 
Ill: 24-31 1924. 

Government regulation is required to force operators to abide by 
reasonable safety standards. 

2158. ANDREWS, W. H. AND C. L. CHRISTENSON 

Some economic factors affecting safety in underground 
bituminous coal mines. Southern Economic Journal 40: 
364-76 1973/74. 

Reply with rejoinder by T. S. Witt and others 42: 306-10 1975. 

2159. ARNOW, HARIETTE, S. 

No rats in the mines. Nation 213: 401-4 1971. 

A pessimistic look at the willingness of the Bureau of Mines and 
mine owners to emphasize safety. 

2160. CHRISTENSON, C. L. AND W. H. ANDREWS 

Coal mine injury rates in two eras of federal control. Jour- 
nal of Economic Issues 7: 61-82 1973. 

"The goal of this article is to examine injury data for bituminous 
coal mines over approximately the past three decades and to see 
what tendencies may have been at work during that time". 

2161. COCHRANE, JOHN L. 

Conservation of human life in the coal fields of Pennsyl- 
vania. Geographical Society of Philadelphia. Bulletin 10: 
82-95 1912. 

The accident rate in Pennsylvania coal mines is far higher than 
necessary, and much higher than in Europe. 

2162. CURRIE, ROBERT D. 

Safety in Pennsylvania coal mines. Thesis. Penn State Col- 
lege. 1930. 

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2163. c:i inn. ERNEST A. 

Causes and prevention of transportation accidents in bitu- 
minous coal mini's. Washington: GPO, 1971. 107p. (U. S. 
Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8506). 

2164. DAVENPORT, S. J. 

Bibliography of Bureau of Mines publications dealing with 
health and safety in the mineral and allied industries, 
1910-46. Washington: U. S. Bureau of Mines, 1948. 154p. 
( Technical Paper 705 ) . 

list of 1,684 items; subject and author indexes. 

2165. DAVENPORT, S. J. AND G. MORGIS 

Physiological aspects of electrical accidents in the coalmin- 
ing industry. Washington: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 1951. 
19p. (Information Circular 7620). 

2166. DIETTO, FRANK J. 

Study of the federal government's attempts to promote 
safety in the bituminous coal mines of the United States. 
Thesis. Southern Illinois University, 1952. 96p. 



;. 



2167. DOUGHERTY, JOHN J. 

A study of fatal roof fall accidents in bituminous coal 
mines. Thesis (M. S.) West Virginia University, 1971. 79p. 



2168. DRURY, DORIS 

The accident records in coal mines of the United States. 
Bloomington, Indiana University, 1964. 159p. 

"A study of the literature with comparisons of the records in other 
coal-producing countries". 

2169. DRURY, DORIS 

A study of the literature on accidents in coal mines of the 
United States with comparisons of the records in other 
coal-producing countries. Dissertation. Indiana Univer- 
sity, 1965. 404p. 

A thorough examination of types of coal mine accidents and their 
causes, as well as an analysis of statistical methods used in record- 
ing accidents. Extensive bibliography which includes all pertinent 
publications issued by the U. S. Bureau of Mines. 

2170. EAVENSON, HOWARD N. 

Safetv methods and organization of United States Coal 
and Coke Co. AIME. Transactions 51: 319-64 1915. 

In the company's McDowell County. West Virginia mines. 

251 



2171. FRANKLIN, BEN A. 

The scandal of death and injury in the mines. NY Times 
Magazine Mr 30, 1969. 25-7+. 

2172. GRAEBNER, WILLIAM 

The coal-mine operators and safety: a study of business 
reform in the progressive period. Labor History 14: 483- 
505 1973. 

2173. GRAEBNER, WILLIAM 

Coal mining safety: national solutions in the progressive 
period. Dissertation. University of Illinois, 1970. 321p. 

Federal coal mining safety legislation was never a possibility in the 
progressive period. Instead, miners, operators and inspectors advo- 
cated uniform state legislation. Uniformity and the Bureau of Mines 
were attempts to impose order on chaos without submitting to the 
risks of government regulation, and they were symbolic of progres- 
sivism: varied, divided and essentially conservative. 

2174. GRAEBNER, WILLIAM 

Coal mining safety in the progressive period. Lexington: 
University Press of Kentucky, 1976. 244p. 

The best work for the period covered. 

2175. HALL, CLARENCE AND WALTER O. SNELLING 

The waste of life in American coal mining. Engineering 
Magazine 34: 721-34 1907/08. 

2176. HARRINGTON, DANIEL AND W. J. FENE 

Are new hazards being introduced in coal mines faster 
than existing hazards are eliminated. Washington: GPO, 
1940. lip. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 
7140). 

2177. HARRINGTON, DANIEL 

Effects of mechanization of the coal mining industry upon 
the frequency and severity of accidents, with discussion. 
U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Bulletin 536: 183-93 
1931. 

2178. HARRINGTON, DANIEL 

Safety in the mining industry. Colorado School of Mines. 
Quarterly 45 No. 2B (1950) 173-279. 

A useful review of the history of the efforts to increase mine safety. 
Includes a discussion of the major problems involved. 



252 



2179. HOLLAND, CHARLES T. AND JOSEPH W. LEONARD 

Research, education and mine personnel safety in West 
Virginia. Morgantown: West Virginia University. School 
of Mines, 1969. 12p. 

A brief analysis of conditions in West Virginia from 1885 to 1967. 

2180. HOLMES, J. A. 

Government measures to increase mine safety. Ann. Amer 
Acad. 38: 112-14 1911. 

2181. HOWARD, HERBERT A. 

Public policy and accidents. Growth and Change Oct 1971 
42-5. 6 

A study of safety in eastern Kentucky coal mines. 

2182. KENT, W. H. 

Analysis of Appalachian state coal mine health and safety 
and workmen's compensation programs: recommendations 
for improvement. State College, Pa., 1973. 119p. 

2183. KODROWSKY, WILLIAM C. 

Safety sampling applied to coal mining. Thesis. West Vir- 
ginia University, 1960. 56p. 

2184. LAUCK, WILLIAM J. 

Occupational hazards of anthracite miners. Washington 
1920. 24p. 6 ' 

2185. LAWSOxN, WILLIAM F. AND OTHERS 

Roof fall accidents in West Virginia coal mines. Morgan- 
town: West Virginia University. Coal Research Bureau, 
1970. 12p. (Technical Report 56). 

' 2186. MC ATEER, JAMES D. 

Coal mine health and safety; the case of West Virginia 
New York, Praeger Publishers, 1973. 267p. 

Author concludes that management has little interest in safety and 
uill spend money in this area only if forced to do so. 

2187. MC ATEER, JAMES D. 

You can't buy safety at the company store. Washington 
Monthly Nov 1972 7-18. 

Many countries have far better mine safety records than the U S 
I his is largely because the U. S. mining industry gives safety a 
low priority. 7 



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2188. MACHISAK, JOHN C. AND OTHERS 

Injury experience in coal mining, 1960. Washington: GPO, 
1962. 76p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 

8141). 

"Analysis of mine safety factors, related employment, and produc- 
tion data." 

2189. MINE SAFETY: AN UNRESOLVED ISSUE 

Appalachia Feb. 1969 1-9. 

2190. MORSE, KENNETH M. 

Dust control practices in the bituminous coal mining in- 
dustry. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 
31: 160-69 1970. 

2191. MOYER, FORREST T. AND MARY B. MC NATR 

Injury experience in coal mining, 1968. Washington: GPO, 
1972. 107p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 

8556). 

2192. MOYER, FORREST T. AND MARY B. MC NAIR 

Injury experience in coal mining, 1967. Washington: GPO, 
1972. 112p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 

8555). 

2193. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING 

Mine rescue and survival. Washington, 1970. 81p. 

The final report of the Academy's Committee on Mine Rescue and 
Survival Techniques. 

2194. PALOMBA, CATHERINE A. AND RONALD J. ALTHOUSE 

West Virginia miners view safety. Labor Law Journal 26: 
139-45 1975. 

Study of the attitudes of 132 miners concerning various aspects of 
mine safety. 

2195. PALOMBA, NEIL AND OTHERS 

Some economic factors affecting safety in underground 
bituminous coal mines: comment. Southern Economic 
Journal 42: 306-8 1975. 

Comment on the article by W. H. Andrews and C. L. Christenson 
in the Southern Economic Journal 40: 364-76 1974. 

2195a. REYES ASSOCIATES, INC. 

Impact study of mine safety foreman training for a selected 
site. Washington, 1975. 130p. 



254 



"Examination of relationship between training in safety of mine 
foreman and accident Frequency rate in exploratory sample of five 
selected eoal mines." 

2196. SCHLICK, DONALD P. 

Mine emergency operations of the Mining Enforcement 
and Safety Administration. Washington, 1975. 61p. (Min- 
ing Enforcement and Safety Administration. Information 
Report 1011). 

MESA has established an organization which can respond quickly 
to emergencies. 

2197. SELTZER, BOB 

Overkill. A report on mine safety and health. Coal Patrol 
Jan 24, 1972. 2-8. 

2198. SOLOMON, H. J. 

Psychological aspects of accident prevention. Washington: 
GPO, 1948. lOp. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Cir- 
cular 7460). 

2199. STOEX, H. H. 

First aid movement in the anthracite region of Pennsyl- 
vania. Engineering Magazine 37: 321-36 1909. 

2200. U. S. BUREAU OF MINES 

Coal mine illumination. Washington: GPO, 1976. 82p. (U. 
S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8709). 

2201. U. S. BUREAU OF MINES 

Coal mine safety inspection manual for surface coal mines 
and surface work areas of underground coal mines. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1971. 92p. 

2202. u. s. children's bureau 

Occupational hazards to young workers. Report No. 3: The 
coal-mining industry. Washington: GPO, 1942. 55p. (Its 
Publication 275). 

2203. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

Amendments to Federal Coal Mine Safety Act. Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1964. 419p. 

2204. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

Coal mine health and safety. Hearings. Washington: GPO, 
1969. lOOp. 

255 



2205. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

Coal mine safety. Hearings before a subcommittee of the 
Committee on Education and Labor. Washington: GPO, 
1952. 491p. 

2206. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

Legislative history: Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety 
Act. Washington: GPO, 1970. 1151p. 

A compilation of legislative action on the various versions of the 
bills. Includes a useful section-by-section analysis of the final act. 

2207. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

To amend the Federal Coal Mine Safety Act. Hearings be- 
fore the Select Subcommittee on Labor of the Committee 
on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Eigh- 
ty-seventh Congress, First Session, on H. R. 4237 and var- 
ious bills. Washington: GPO, 1961. 114p. 

2208. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
BOR. GENERAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR 

Coal mine health and safety. Hearings, Washington: 
GPO, 1969. 658p. 

2209. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
BOR. GENERAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR 

To amend the Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act 
of 1969; Hearings. Washington: GPO, 1971. 341p. 

2210. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERA- 
TIONS 

Enforcement of federal mine health and safety laws. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1973. 1229p. 

2211. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON MINES AND MINING 

Inspections and investigations in coal mines. Washington: 
GPO, 1940. 566p. 

Hearings on S. 2420; a bill "relating to certain inspections and in- 
vestigations in coal mines for the purpose of obtaining information 
relating to health and safety conditions, accidents, and occupational 
diseases therein, and for other purposes." 

2212. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
WELFARE. SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR 

Coal mine health and safety. Hearings. First session, on S. 
355, and other. Washington: GPO. 1969. 5 vols. 



256 



2213. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
WELFARE. SUBCOMMITTEE ON LAROR 

Legislative History of the Federal Coal Mine Health and 
Safety Act of 1969. Washington: GPO, 1975. 2 vols. 

2214. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON MINES AND MINING 

Inspections and investigations in coal mines. Washington: 
GPO, 1939. 151p. 

2215. VAN DE WATER, FREDERICK 

Eliminating mine slaughter. Worlds Work My 1929 74-79. 

2216. WILSON, H. M. AND A. H. FAY 

First National Mine Safety Demonstration, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania, October 30 and 31, 1911. Washington: GPO, 
1912. 75p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Bulletin 44). 



257 



l/liim V'tAwlm 



The "literature of disasters" is both old and voluminous. As might 
be imagined, much of the writing is sensational in nature. A mine 
disaster is the journalist's dream, combining as it does horror, drama 
and pathos. An attempt has been made here to include the best 
available accounts of the major disasters. 

2217. ABONSON, BERNIE 

Hyden: the hearings. Mountain Life and Work Jan 1971 

2-5+. 

Account of the U. S. Bureau of Mines hearings held following an 
explosion which killed 38 miners at Hyden, Ky. 

2218. BACON, S. 

Disaster at Hurricane Creek. Popular Mechanics Oct 1971 

85-9+. 

Description of the explosion at the Finley mine at Hyden, Ky. 

2219. BALLOU, E. 

An account of the coal bank disaster at Blue Rock, Ohio. 
[6th ed.] Malta, Ohio, 1856. 32p. 

2220. BEACH, H. D. AND R. A. LUCAS 

Individual and group behavior in a coal mine disaster. 
Washington: National Academy of Sciences, 1960. 160p. 
( Its publication 834; also Disaster Study No. 13 ) . 

"This monograph examines individual and group behavior in a coal 
mine disaster that killed 75 miners and trapped 19 more under- 
ground from 6% to 8% days." 

2221. BETHELL, THOMAS N. 

The Hurricane Creek Massacre; an inquiry into the cir- 
cumstances surrounding the deaths of thirty-eight men in 
a coal mine explosion. New York: Harper & Row, 1972. 
145p. 



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j 



"Hurricane Creek was an institutional massacre, a tragedy that was 
the direct and inevitable end product of a policy dictated by bureau- 
cratic incompetence and political expediency." The explosion oc- 
curred iu I'inlc \ Coal Company's mines no. 15 and 16 on Hurricane 
Creek in Leslie Co., Ky., on Dec. 20, 1970. 

2222. BONOSKY, PHILLIP 

Anatomy of a mine disaster. Mainstream Je 1963 8-29. 

Account of the disaster and the following investigations at the Ro- 
bena mine, near Union town. Pennsylvania. 

2223. BOYER, R. F. 

Coal mine disasters: frequency by month. Science 144: 
1447-49 1964. 

2224. BUCKLEY, THOMAS 

Inquest on a premature burial. Esquire 66: 75-81+ Je 
1966. 

The story of two miners, rescued after being trapped underground 
for 14 days in a Pennsylvania anthracite mine. 

2225. BRAMWELL, J. H. AND OTHERS 

The Pocahontas mine explosion. AIME. Transactions 13: 
237-49 1884/85. 

The first great disaster in the newly-opened smokeless coal fields of 
Virginia/West Virginia. 

2226. CHAMBERLLN, ROLLIN T. 

Notes on explosive mine gases and dusts, with special re- 
ference to explosions in the Monongah, Darr and Naomi 
coal mines. Washington: GPO, 1909. 67p. (U. S. Geologi- 
cal Survey. Bulletin 383). 

2227. CHANCE, H. M. 

An analysis of the casualties in the anthracite coal mines, 
from 1871-1880. AIME. Transactions 10: 67-77 1881/82. 

2228. CLUTE, F. P. 

The Dayton Mine explosion. Engineering Association of 
the South. Publication 7: 29-41 1896. 

In Rhea County, Tennessee. 

2229. CORRICAX, JAMES J. 

Death stalks anthracite's "buried valley." Pennsylvania De- 
partment of Internal Affairs. Monthly Bulletin N 1951 5- 
10. 

Account of mining accidents in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. 

259 



2230. DARR MINE DISASTER 

Mines & Minerals 28: 377-82 1907/8. 

2231. DEATH TOOK NO HOLIDAY AT FOURMILE DISASTER 

In Kentucky Winter 1949 41-42. 

Account of the mine explosion in Bell County, Kentucky, Dec. 26, 
1945. 

2232. DILLON, LACY A. 

They died in darkness. Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing 
Co., 1976. 280p. 

Account of the major mine disasters in West Virginia from 1886 to 
1968. 

2233. DISASTER AT RAVENSDALE, WASHINGTON 

Coal Age Mr 11, 1916 459-62. 

Account of explosion at the Ravensdale mine in King County, Wash- 
ington which killed 31 men. 

2234. DONNELLY, CLARENCE S. 

Notable mine disasters of Fayette County, West Virginia. 
Oak Hill, 1951. 33p. 

2234a. erikson, kai t. 

Everything in its path. New York: Simon & Shuster, 1977. 
284p. 

Excellent account of the Buffalo Creek disaster and its effects on 
the inhabitants of the area. 

2235. explosion near kempton, w. va. 
Coal Age Mr. 18, 1916 498-99. 

Account of explosion in mine near the Maryland-West Virginia bor- 
der. Sixteen men were killed. 

2236. FAIRMONT COAL CO. ( FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA) 

The explosion at Monongah mines. Fairmont, West Vir- 
ginia, 1908. 43p. (Its Bulletin No. 11). 

2237. FAY, A. H. 

Coal mine fatalities in the United States 1870-1914. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1916. 370p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Bul- 
letin 115). 

Gives fatal accidents described in reports by state mine inspectors 
by state, cause and year. 



260 



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2238. HALL, R. D. 

The explosion at Eccles, West Virginia. Coal Age 5: 846- 
50 1914. 

2239. HOFFMAN, PHIL 

The Lost Creek disaster. Palimpsest 26: 21-27 1945. 
Account of the mine explosion near Oskalossa, Iowa. Ja 24, 1902. 

2240. HUMPHRY, HIRAM B. 

Historical summary of coal mine explosions in the United 
States, 1810-1958. Washington: GPO, 1960. 280p. (U. S. 
Bureau of Mines. Bulletin 586). 

A basic work in the field. Appeared first as Information Circular 
7900 in 1959. 

2241. ILLINOIS. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS 

Report on the Cherry mine disaster. Springfield: Illinois 
State Journal Co., 1910. 90p. 

2242. KALISCH, PHILIP A. 

Death down below: coal mine disasters in three Illinois 
counties, 1904-1962. Illinois State Historical Society. Jour- 
nal 65: 5-21 1972. 

Account of mine disasters and the resulting efforts to improve safety 
conditions in southern Illinois mines. 

2243. KANSAS MINE DISASTER 

Colliery Engineer 9: 76-77 1888/89. 

Account of the explosion at Frontenac. Kansas which killed 45. 

2244. KEEN AN, CHARLES M. 

Historical documentation of major coal-mine disasters in 
the United States not classified as explosions of gas or dust, 
1846-1962. Washington: GPO, 1963. 90p. (U. S. Bureau of 
Mines Bulletin 616). 

2245. KISSELL, F. N. 

Coal mine explosions: seasonal trends. Science 179: 891-2 
1973. 

Builds on previous investigations and concludes that dust explosions 
are influenced by seasonal factors, while gas explosions are not. 

2246. LUCAS, REX A. 

Men in crisis; a study of a mine disaster. New York: Basic 
Books, 1969. 335p. 

Based on a dissertation accepted by Columbia University, 1967. 

261 



2247. LUCAS, REX A. 

Social behavior under conditions of extreme stress : a study 
of miners entrapped by a coal mine disaster. Dissertation. 
Columbia University, 1967. 511p. 

Study of 18 men trapped in an underground mine for approximately 
a week. Details of their social and psychological reactions to the 
situation. Republished in slightly revised form as "men in crisis". 

2248. MAGUIRE, DON 

Scofield (Utah) mine disaster. Mines & Minerals 20: 485- 
86 1899/1900. 

2249. MARTIN, JOHN B. 

The blast in Centralia No. 5; a mine disaster no one stop- 
ped. Harpers 196 Mr. 1948 193-220. 

2250. MINE EXPLOSION AT ROY ALTON, ILLINOIS 

Coal Age 6: 753-57 1914. 

2251. MISSOURI. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS 

Special report to the governor of an investigation. . . of the 
coal mine explosion at Rich Hill, Missouri, March 29, 1888. 
St. Louis: Daly Printing Co., 1888. 63p. 

2252. MONONGAH MINES RELIEF COMMITTEE 

History of the Monongah mines relief fund in aid of suf- 
fers from the Monongah mine explosion, Monongah, West 
Virginia, December 6, 1907. Fairmont, West Virginia, 1910. 
187p. 

2253. PACKER, MEL 

Blacksville; nine more Consol miners dead. Mountain Life 
and Work Ag 1972 12-23. 

Indictment of Consolidated Coal Company for its mine safety re- 
cords. 

2254. PAGE, WILLIAM N. 

The explosion at the Red Ash Colliery, Fayette County, 
West Virginia. AIME. Transactions 30: 854-63 1900. 

2255. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

Disaster at Monongah coal mines Nos. 6 and 8. Engineer- 
ing and Mining Journal 84: 1121-23 1907. 

2256. PAUL, JAMES w. 

Red Ash (West Virginia) mine disaster. Mines & Minerals 
20: 537-39 1899/1900. 

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2257. PHEE, CATHERINE A. 

The Centralia mine disaster of 1947. Dissertation. Saint 
Louis University, 1971. 305p. 

2258. POWELL, ALLAN K. 

Tragedy at Seofield. Utah Historical Quarterly 41: 182-94 
1973. 

Two hundred were killed in a mine explosion in Carbon County, 
Utah on May 1, 1900. 

2259. RICE, GEORGE S. 

Rescue work at Layland explosion. Coal Age 7: 508-9 1915. 

See also pp. 633-34, 645 and index of v7. A great dispute about 
methods of rescue and who should get the credit developed. Lay- 
land is in the New River field of West Virginia. 

2260. ROY, ANDREW 

The Pocahontas explosion. Ohio Mining Journal 3: 3 1885. 

Account of the disaster in Tazewell County, Virginia, March 13, 
1884. 

2261. SCOTIA AFTERMATH 

Mountain Life and Work My 1976 3-36. 

The bulk of this, the preceding and following issues are devoted to 
various aspects of the Scotia disaster in Letcher County, Kentucky. 

2262. STEVENS, ELIZABETH 

Death in the mines. Newleader Feb 1, 1965 12-15. 

Report of a visit to the Clinchfield Coal Company's mine at Dola, 
W. Va. Two years after the 1963 disaster in which 22 men died. 

2263. STOEK, H. H. 

Monongah mine disaster. Mines & Minerals 28: 277-80 
1907/8. 

2264. THE TWIN SHAFT DISASTER 

Colliery Engineer 17: 17-20 1896/97. 
Account of disaster at Pittston, Pennsylvania. 

2265. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

Welfare of miners. Hearing before the subcommittee of 
the Committee on Education and Welfare. Washington: 
GPO, 1947. 167p. 

Includes reports of the committee appointed by Gov. Green (Illi- 
nois) to investigate the Centralia Mine disaster. 



263 



2266. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS 

Investigation of mine explosion at Centralia, Illinois. 
Washington: GPO, 1947. 470p. 

2266a. u. s. congress, senate, committee on labor and public 

WELFARE 

Scotia mine disaster. Washington; GPO, 1976. 279p. 

2267. U. S. DEPT. OF INTERIOR. OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS 

Interim report on the Blacksville Mine Disaster of July 22, 
1972. Arlington, Va., 1973. 12p. 

2268. WEEDFALL, ROBERT O. 

Climate, weather and coal mine explosions, with a meteor- 
ological review of the Farmington disasters. Morgantown: 
West Virginia University, 1970. 9p. (Engineering Experi- 
ment Station. Report 15). 

2269. WEST VIRGINIA. LEGISLATURE 

Report of hearings. . . to investigate the cause of mine ex- 
plosions within the state and to recommend remedial leg- 
islation relating thereto, together with preliminary and 
final reports. Charleston: Tribune Printing Co., 1909. 
835p. 

2270. WIECK, EDWARD A. 

Gambling with miners' lives. New Republic 42: 205-8 1925 
(a reply & rejoinder 43: 265-6, 44: 48). 

2271. WIECK, EDWARD A. 

Preventing fatal explosions in coal mines; a study of recent 
major disasters in the U. S. as accompaniments of tech- 
nological change. New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 
1942. 156p. 



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2272. ALABAMA MINING CAMP 

Independent 63: 790-91 1907. 

Negroes do about fifty percent of the unskilled labor. Many miners 
are ex-convicts, and the camps are centers of vice and crime. 

2273. ALLEN, GERALD E. 

The Negro coal miner in the Pittsburgh district. Thesis. 
University of Pittsburgh. 1927. 

2274. ASSOCIATION FOR THE WELFARE OF NEGROES IN ALABAMA 

Appeal to the Colored Mine Workers of Alabama. Ensley, 
1920? 4p. 

Negro miners are urged to support the UM WA strike. 

2275. BAILEY, KENNETH R. 

A judicious mixture: Negroes and immigrants in the West 
Virginia mines, 1880-1917. West Virginia History 34: 141- 
61 1973. 

Account of the development of the labor force for the West Virginia 
coal industry. 

2276. BARNUM, DAROLD T. 

The Negro in bituminous coal mining. Philadelphia: Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Finance and 
Commerce, Industrial Research Unit, 1969. 130p. (Racial 
policies of American Industry, No. 14). 

2277. BRAINERD, ALFRED 

Colored mining labor. AIME. Transactions 14: 78-80 

1885/86. 

2278. COMMONS, JOHN R. 

Slavs in the bituminous coal mines of Illinois. Charities 
13: 227-29 1904. 



265 



2279. DWYER, KENNETH J. 

Immigrant labor in the bituminous coal industry. Thesis. 
New York University. 1957. 

2280. GREENE, VICTOR R. 

Attitude of Slavic communities to the unionization of the 
anthracite industry before 1903. Ph. D. University of 
Pennsylvania. 1963. 

2281. GREENE, VICTOR R. 

The Poles and anthracite unions in Pennsylvania. Polish 
American Studies 22: 10-18 1965. 

Author maintains that, contrary to some views, the Polish immi- 
grants behaved with "unanimity, tenacity, and strength" in support 
of union demands for better pay and working conditions. 

2282. GREENE, VICTOR R. 

The Slavic community on strike; immigrant labor in Penn- 
sylvania anthracite. Notre Dame. University of Notre 
Dame Press, 1968. 260p. 

2283. GREENE, VICTOR R. 

A study of Slavs, strikes, and unions: the anthracite strike 
of 1897. Pennsylvania History 31: 199-215 1964. 

Slavic groups tended to be strongly pro-union during the period of 
the 1897 strike. 

2284. GUTMAN, HERBERT G. 

"The Negro and the United Mine Workers of America." In 
Work, Culture and Society in Industrializing America, pp. 
120-208. By Herbert G. Gutman. New York: Knopf, 1976. 

"The career and letters of Richard L. Davis and something of their 
meaning: 1890-1900." 

2285. GUTMAN, HERBERT G. 

Reconstruction in Ohio: Negroes in the Hocking Valley 
coal mines in 1873 and 1874. Labor History 3: 243-64 
1962. 

2286. HANDLING THE NEGRO MINER IN THE SOUTH 

Coal Age 5: 875 1914. 

"This class of labor is naturally shiftless." 

2287. HARRIS, A. L. 

The Negro in the coal mining industry. Opportunity F 1926 
45-48. 

266 



2288. LADY MIXER DIGS HER JOB 

Ebony Oct 1974 116-118. 

Young black woman is employed as a miner near Johnstown, Pa. 

2289. LAING, JAMES T. 

Negro miner in West Virginia. Social Forces 14: 416-22 
1936. 

2290. LAING, JAMES T. 

Social status among migrant Negroes. Social Forces 16: 
562-68 1938. 

Deals with Negro coal miners in West Virginia. 

2291. MATHEWS, P. L. 

The Mexican as a coal miner. Coal Age 12: 312-15 1917. 

Author doubts that the importation of Mexican miners on any large 
scale would be an answer to the labor shortage. 

2292. MTNARD, RALPH D. 

Race relationships in the Pocahontas Coal Field. Journal 
of Social Issues. 8: 29-44 1952. 

Study centered "in that part of the coal field included in McDowell 
County, West Virginia." 

2293. NORTHRUP, HERBERT R. 

The Negro and the United States Mine Workers of Amer- 
ica. Southern Economic Journal 9: 313-26 1943. 

2294. NYDEN, PAUL 

Black coal miners in the United States. New York: Ameri- 
can Institute for Marxist Studies, 1974. 74p. (Occasional 
Paper No. 15, AIMS). 

Deal largely with the Southern Appalachian coal fields. 

2295. ROBERTS, PETER 

Slavs in anthracite coal communities. Charities 13: 215-22 
1904. 

2295a. simmons, c. w. and others 

Negro coal miners in West Virginia, 1875-1925. Midwest 
Journal Spring 1954 60-69. 

2296. STRAW, RICHARD A. 

The collapse of biracial unionism: the Alabama coal strike 
of 1908. Alabama Historical Quarterly Summer 1975 92- 
114. 

267 



2297. SURFACE, GEORGE T. 

The Negro mine laborer: central Appalachian coal field. 
Ann. Amer. Acad. 33: 338-52 1909. 

2298. U. S. IMMIGRATION COMMISSION 

Immigrants in industries. Washington: GPO, 1911. 

Part 1 (2 volumes) is devoted to bituminous coal mining; Part 19 
includes a section on Anthracite coal mining. 

2299. WALKER, WILLIAM S. 

Occupational aspirations of Negro family members in a 
coal mining community. Thesis. New York University. 
1950. 

2300. WARNE, FRANK J. 

The Slav invasion and the mine workers; a study in immi- 
gration. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1904. 211p. 



268 



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2301. ADAMS, JAMES TAYLOR 

Death in the dark: a collection of factual ballads of Amer- 
ican mine disasters. Big Laurel, Virginia: Adams-Mullins 
Press, 1941. 119p. 

2302. ANSLEY, FRAN AND SUE THRASHER 

The ballad of Barney Graham. Southern Exposure 4: 136- 
42 1976. 

Graham was killed during the mine wars in East Tennessee during 
the 1930s. 

2303. ANSLEY, FRAN AND OTHERS 

"Little David Blues"; an interview with Tom Lowry. 
Southern Exposure Winter 1974 137-43. 

Interview with the author of a song based on the strikes of 1932 
in the Cumberland Plateau. 

2304. DICKENS, HAZEL 

Songs: Mannington Mine Disaster and black lung. Moun- 
tain Life and Work Apr 1971 10-13. 

2305. DOMICO, JIM 

Mine accidents. West Virginia Folklore 11: 38-44 1961. 
The folklore of mine accidents. 

2306. FAMOUS LAHOR SONGS FROM APPALACHIA 

Huntington, W. Va.: Appalachian Movement Press, 1970. 
2v. 

2307. GREEN, ARCHIE 

The Carter Family's "Coal Miner's Blues." Southern Folk- 
lore Quarterly 25: 226-37 1961. 

2308. GREEN, ARCHIE 

The death of Mother Jones. Labor History 1: 68-80 1960. 
269 



Account of the song "Death of Mother Jones", first recorded by 
Gene Autry in 1931. 

2309. GREEN, ARCHIE 

A discography of American coal miners' songs. Labor His- 
tory 2: 101-115 1961. 

2310. GREEN, ARCHIE 

George Korson and industrial folklore. Keystone Folklore 
Quarterly 16: 53-63 1971. 

Account and evaluation of Korson's efforts to collect the folklore of 
the anthracite industry. 

2311. GREEN, ARCHIE 

Only a miner. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972. 
504p. 

"Studies in recorded coal-mining songs". By far the most compre- 
hensive and useful work in the field. 

2312. GREEN, ARCHIE 

Recorded American coal mining songs. Dissertation. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, 1969. 522p. 

2313. HAMILTON, REX 

Stories of the mine. West Virginia Folklore 11: 44-49 1961. 
Devoted largely to the folklore of mine accidents. 

2314. HAND, WAYLAND D. 

George Korson and the study of American mining lore. 
Keystone Folklore Quarterly 16: 65-68 1971. 

2315. KORSON, GEORGE 

Anatomy of a coal mine. Keystone Folklore 8: 49-50 1963. 

"Traditionally miners describe various parts of a mine in terms of 
the structure of the human body." 

2316. KORSON, GEORGE 

Anthracite miners as bards and minstrels. American Speech 
10: 260-68 1935. 

2317. KORSON, GEORGE 

Black land; the way of life in the coal fields. Evanston, 
Illinois: Row, Peterson, 1941. 72p. 

A popularly- written account of life in the coal fields. Centered lar- 
gely in West Virginia. 



270 



2318. KORSON, GEORGE 

Black rock: mining folklore of the Pennsylvania Dutch. 
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1960. 453p. 

2319. KORSON, GEORGE 

Coal dust on the fiddle; songs and stories of the bitumi- 
nous industry. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania 
Press, 1943. 46%. 

2320. KORSON, GEORGE 

Minstrels of the mine patch; songs and stories of the an- 
thracite industry. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania 
Press, 1938. 332p. 

2321. KORSON, GEORGE 

Pennslvania songs and legends. Philadelphia: University of 
Pennsylvania Press, 1949. 474p. 

Pp. 354-400 devoted to coal miners. 

2322. KORSON, GEORGE 

Songs and ballads of the anthracite miners a seam of folk- 
lore which once ran through life in the hard coal fields of 
of Pennsylvania. New York: Hitchcock, 1927. 196p. 

2323. LOPUSHANSKY, JOSEPH AND MICHAEL 

Mining town terms. American Speech 4: 368-74 1929. 
Terms common in the mining areas near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

2324. MUSICK, RUTH ANN 

More stories of the mines. West Virginia Folklore 10: 18- 
36 1960. 

2325. MUSICK, RUTH ANN 

Stories about mines. West Virginia Folklore 8: 54-68 1958. 

2326. SMITH, GRACE P. 

The miner's chant. California Folklore Quarterly 2: 221-23 
1943. 

A mine ballad from Iowa. 

2327. TWO TALES FROM BLOODY HARLAN 

Appalachian Journal Spring 1973 139-42. 

2328. WESTOVER, J. HUTSON 

Highland language of the Cumberland coal country. 
Mountain Life and Work Fall 1960 18-21. 

271 



Heaftft 



This section is intended as a guide to rather than a compre- 
hensive bibliography of the health problems of the coal industry. 
An attempt has been made to include the major studies, articles with 
especially useful bibliographies and very early reports. A complete 
bibliography of such medical problems as respiratory diseases is 
beyond the scope of this work. The literature in the area is volumi- 
nous, international in nature and accessible through the medical in- 
dexing services. 

2329. ANDERSON, WILLIAM H. AND WILLIAM F. SCHMIDT 

Evaluation of disability in coal miners with chronic pul- 
monary disease. JAMA 171: 145-150 1959. 

2330. BAIER, E. J. AND R. DIAKUN 

Pneumoconiosis study in Central Pennsylvania coal mines. 
II. Environmental Phase. Journal of Occupational Medi- 
cine 3: 507-521 1961. 

2331. BENTTVEGNA, JOSEPH J. 

A study of vocational rehabilitation experiences of bitu- 
minous coal miners with pneumoconiosis. Dissertation. 
University of Pittsburgh. 1974. HOp. 

Study of 166 Central Pa. miners with pneumoconiosis points up 
the view of miners that rehabilitation is a threat rather than a help. 
"Most never advanced past the preliminary stage of medical diag- 
nosis." 

2332. BRTTNELL, JIM 

The Buffalo Creek flood: a demonstration health program 
responds to an emergency. Appalachia Jl/Ag 1972 1-7. 

2333. BROWN, MURRAY C. 

Pneumoconiosis in bituminous coal miners. Mining Con- 
gress Journal Ag. 1965 44-48. 

Results of a 2M year medical survey of nearly 4000 miners. 

2334. BUREAU OF COOPERATIVE MEDICINE 

Medical care in selected areas of the Appalachian bitu- 
minous coal fields. New York: The Bureau, 1939. 55p. 

272 



2335. CALAR1E, EDWIN P. 

A literature survey of the effects and controls of pneu- 
moconiosis, with emphasis on coal workers pneumoconi- 
osis. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1970. 75p. 

"Two decades of investigations have passed which, in the main 
have done little more than confirm the results and conclusions of 
earlier studies." 

2336. CARTER, RICHARD 

"Scandal in the coal fields." In The Doctor Business, pp. 
174-97. By Richard Carter. New York: Doubleday, 1958. 

Local physicians provided a generally low level of medical care to 
miners and resisted efforts by the UMWA's Welfare and Retire- 
ment Fund to improve the situation. 

2337. CLAGUE, EWAN 

Determining the eligibility for black lung compensation. 
Monthly Labor Review Mr 1974 25-30. 

2338. COLE, LEWIS G. AND WILLIAM G. COLE 

Pneumoconiosis (silicosis); the story of dusty lungs. New 
York: John B. Pierce Foundation, 1940. vp. 

One of the most significant of the early studies. 

2339. COLES, ROBERT AND HARRY HUGE 

Black lung: mining as a way of death. New Republic Ja 
25, 1969 17-21. 

2340. COLLIS, EDGAR L. 

The coal miner; his health, diseases and general welfare. 
Journal of Industrial Hygiene 7: 221-243 1925. 

General survey of physical and psychological disorders of miners. 
Comparisons of conditions in U. S., Britain and Europe. 

2341. COSTELLO, J. AND OTHERS 

Mortality from heart disease in coal miners. Chest 67: 
417-21 1975. 

2342. COSTELLO, J. AND OTHERS 

Mortality from lung cancer in U. S. coal miners. American 
Journal of Public Health 64: 222-24 1974. 

A study of Appalachian coal miners revealed a "low standard mor- 
tality rate for lung cancer." 



273 



2343. DOYLE, H. N. AND T. H. NOEHBEN 

Pulmonary fibrosis in soft coal miners: an annotated bib- 
liography on the entity recently described as soft coal 
pneumoconiosis. Washington: GPO, 1954. 59p. (Public 
Health Service Publication 352 & Public Health Biblio- 
graphy Series 11). 

2344. DRAPER, WARREN F. 

A hospital network for coal miners and their families. West 
Virginia Medical Journal 56: 70-73 Feb 1960. 

Description of some of the medical problems encountered in the 
West Virginia-Tennessee-Kentucky coal fields. 

2345. DRAPER, WARREN F. 

Problems encountered in operation of United Mine Work- 
ers of America welfare and retirement fund. Pennsylvania 
Medical Journal 58: 1334-1339 1955. 

2346. DRAPER, WARREN F. 

UMWA Welfare and Retirement Fund medical care pro- 
gram. American Journal of Public Health 43: 757-62 1953. 

2347. DRAPER, WARREN F. 

Voluntary health insurance on national scene: United Mine 
Workers health program. American Journal of Public 
Health 40: 595-601 1950. 

A brief survey of the health problems existing when the UMWA's 
Welfare and Retirement Fund went into effect ( 1948 ) and the 
plans and progress evolving from the Fund's program 

2348. ENTERLINE, PHILIP E. 

Mortality rates among coal miners. American Journal of 
Public Health 54: 758-68 1964. 

"Death rates for miners are nearly twice for all working men in the 
United States." 

2349. ENTERLINE, P. E. 

A review of mortality data for American coal miners. New 
York Academy of Science. Annals 200: 260-72 1972. 

2350. ERICKSON, KAI T. 

Loss of commnnalitv at Rn^lc- Creek. American Journal 
of Psychiatry 133: 302-305 1976. 

Before the disaster, "the people of Buffalo Creek were accustomed 
to placing their individual energies and resources at the disposal 
of the larger collectivity ... but afterward they were "empty of 
feeling, devoid of affection, and lacking . . . confidence. . . . 



274 



2351. FALK LESLIE A. 

Group health plans in coal mining communities. Journal of 
Health & Human Behavior 4: 4-13 1963. 

2352. FALK, LESLIE A. AND OTHERS 

Stroke among a coal mining population. Johns Hopkins 
Medical Journal 120: 380-392 1967. 

2353. FERRIS, B. G., JR. AND N. R. FRANK 

Pulmonary function in coal miners. Journal of Occupation- 
al Medicine 4: 274-281 1962. 

2354. FIELD, LEWIS AND OTHERS 

Observations on the relation of psychological factors to 
psychiatric illness among coal miners. International Jour- 
nal of Social Psychiatry 3: 133-45 1957. 

The authors are staff members of the Bluefield, (West Virginia) 
Mental Health Center. Discussion of the "trapped, hopeless life sit- 
uation" of the miner. 

2355. FLINN, R. H. AND OTHERS 

Soft coal miners health and working environment. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1941. 118p. (Public Health Bulletin 270). 

2356. GAGE, E. LYLE 

Mining community health. West Virginia Coal Mining In- 
stitute. Proceedings 1947 76-86. 

Discussion of medical service in the coal area of southern West 
Virginia. 

2357. HAELIG, ARTHUR W. 

A primer of miners' lung diseases. Appalachia Medicine 
Sept. 1969 6-9. 

A listing of miners' lung diseases and an analysis of difficulties en- 
countered in estimating the degree of disability by the use of x-ray. 

2358. HAYHURST, E. R. 

Health hazards and mortality statistics of soft coal mining 
in Illinois and Ohio. Journal of Industrial Hygiene 1: 360- 
67 1919. 

2359. HESS, ARTHUR E. 

Coal workers' pneumoconiosis disability benefits. Journal 
of Occupational Medicine 12: 466-470 1970. 



275 



2360. HIGGINS, IAN T. 

Chronic respiratory disease in mining communities. New 
York Academy of Science. Annals 200: 197-210 1972. 

Communities studied were in West Virginia, England and Wales. 

2361. HIGGINS, IAN T. AND OTHERS 

Coronary disease in mining communities in Marion Coun- 
ty, West Virginia. Journal of Chronic Diseases 22: 165-179 
1969. 

Study of men aged 20-69 in three mining towns failed to show any 
difference in coronary disease prevalence between miners, ex-miners 
and non-miners. 

2362. HOTCHKISS, s. c. 

Occupational diseases in the mining industry. American 
Labor Legislation Review 2: 131-39 1912. 

2363. HYATT, R. E. AND OTHERS 

Respiratory disease in southern West Virginia coal mines. 
American Review of Respiratory Diseases 89: 387-401 
1964. 

Study of the relationship between respiratory diseases and the num- 
ber of years spent in mines. 

2363a. judktns, bennett m. 

The Black Lung Association: a case study of a modern 
social movement. Dissertation. University of Tennessee, 
1975. 372p. 

2364. KERR, LORIN E. 

Black lung. Washington: UMWA, 1970. 36p. 

Brief discussion of the disease by the director of the UMWs De- 
partment Occupational Health. 

2365. KERR, LORIN E. 

Coal workers and pneumoconiosis. Archives of Environ- 
mental Health 16: 579-585 1968. 

Maintains that coal workers' pneumoconiosis is a preventable dis- 
ease which adequate control measures could eliminate. 

2366. KERR, LORIN E. 

Coal workers' pneumoconiosis. Industrial Medicine & Sur- 
gery 25: 355-62 1956. 

Includes an extensive review of the literature. 



276 



2367. KERR, LORES' E. 

Coal workers' pneumoconiosis in an affluent society. Pub- 
lic Health Reports 85: 847-752 1970. 

2368. KERR, LORIN E. 

The UMWA looks at coal workers' pneumoconiosis. Jour- 
nal of Occupational Medicine 12: 359-63 1970. 

2369. KEY, MARCUS M. AND OTHERS 

Pulmonary reactions to coal dust; a review of U. S. exper- 
ience. New York: Academic Press, 1971, 215p. 

Chapters include useful lists of references. 

2370. LAINHART, WILLIAM S. AND OTHERS 

Pneumoconiosis in Appalachian bituminous coal miners. 
Cincinnati: U. S. Public Health Service, 1969. (U. S. Pub- 
lic Health Service Publication no. 2000). 

Reports the findings of a 1963-65 prevalence study which "revealed 
that coal workers' pneumoconiosis is a serious widespread problem 
in Appalachia." 

2371. LAPP, N. LEROY 

History and epidemiology of coalworkers' pneumoconiosis. 
Virginia Medical Monthly 96: 709-711 1969. 

2372. LEO KRAMER, INC. 

The health impaired miner under black lung legislation. 
New York: Praeger, 1973. 130p. 

2373. LEVINE, MILTON D. AND MURRAY B. HUNTER 

Clinical study of pneumoconiosis of coal workers in Ohio 
River Valley. JAMA 163: 1-4 1957. 

2374. LIEBEN, JAN AND OTHERS 

Pneumoconiosis study in central Pennsylvania coal mines. 
I. Medical phase. Journal of Occupational Medicine 3: 
493-506 1961. 

2375. LOCKSHIN, M. D. AND OTHERS 

Rheumatism in mining communities in Marion County, 
West Virginia. American Journal of Epidemiology 90: 17- 
29 1969. 

A study of men aged 20-69 in five towns showed "no striking dif- 
ferences in the prevalence of arthritis of the hands, wrists, or cervi- 
cal spine between non-miners and miners, and ex-miners." 



277 



2376. MARTIN, JOSEPH E. 

Breathless coal workers as seen at the Golden Clinic. AM A 
Archives of Industrial Health 15: 494-98 1947. 

2377. MARTIN, JOSEPH E. 

Coal miners' pneumoconiosis. American Journal of Public 
Health 44: 581-91 1954. 

2378. MASSIE, WILLIAM A. 

Medical services for rural areas. Cambridge: Harvard, 
1957 68p. 

Results of a study by the Tennessee Medical Foundation of an area 
in Tennessee and Kentucky with a population of 6,000, mostly coal 
miners and their families. 

2379. MEDICAL-HOSPITAL PROBLEMS IN BITUMINOUS COAL MINING 
AREA 

JAMA 151: 407-412 Ja 1953. 

Reports of survey teams studying medical and hospital facilities in 
Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia mining areas. 

2380. MERIWETHER, F. V. 

Sanitary survey of the coal mines of Alabama. Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1926. 20p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Report of 
Investigations 2746 ) . 

2381. MILLER, ARNOLD 

Wages of neglect: death and disease in the American 
workplace. American Journal of Public Health 65: 1217-20 
1975. 

Plea by the President of the UMWA for improved standards of oc- 
cupational health and safety. 

2382. MILLER, HAROLD W. 

Characteristics of mining and non-mining psychiatric pa- 
tients. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1960. 71p. 

2383. MILLER, IV A A. 

Child health in mining camp and village. Mountain Life 
& Work 8: 5-8 Ja 1933. 

2384. MILLER, LEE H. 

Disability appraisal of miners. Dissertation. University of 
Cincinnati. 1954. 



278 



2385. MORGAN, WILLIAM K. C. 

Coal workers' pneumoconiosis. American Industrial Hy- 
giene Association Journal 32: 29-34 1971. 

General discussion of the disease and comparisons between situa- 
tion in Britain and the U. S. 

2386. MORGAN, WILLIAM K. C. 

Coalworkers' pneumoconiosis: the clinical features. Vir- 
ginia Medical Monthly 96: 712-716 1969. 

"The attitude of the medical profession in the U. S. to the problem 
of coalworkers pneumoconiosis has been, and still is, ^characterized 
by obscurantism and a persistent refusal to face facts." 

2387. MORGAN, WILLIAM K. C. AND OTHERS 

Comparison of the prevalence of coal workers pneumoco- 
niosis and respiratory impairment in Pennsylvania bitumin- 
ous and anthracite miners. New York Academy of Science. 
Annals 200: 252-59 1972. 

2388. MORGAN, WILLIAM K. C. AND ANTHONY SEATON 

Occupational lung diseases. Philadelphia: Saunders, 1975. 
391p. 

2389. MORTALITY RATES OF COAL MINERS 

U. S. Bureau of Labor. Bulletin 616: 771-74 1936. 

2390. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MEDICINE AND THE FEDERAL COAL 
MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT OF 1969. 

Papers and proceedings. Washington, 1970. 342n 

2391. NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL. COMMITTEE ON MINERAL RE- 
SOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT 

Coal workers' pneumoconiosis— medical consideration, 
some social implications. Washington: National Academy 
of Sciences, 1976. 149p. 

Report of a conference involving leading authorities in the field. 
At head of tide: Mineral resources and the environment, supplemen- 
tary report. 

2392. NEWMAN, C. JANET 

Children of disaster: clinical observations at Buffalo 
Creek. American Journal of Psychiatry 133: 306-312 1976. 

"Most of the 221 children who were survivor-plaintiffs of the Buf- 
falo Creek disaster were emotionally impaired by their experiences." 
Article focuses on children under 12. 

2393. OHIO. STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Health of Ohio coal miners. Columbus, 1919. 24p. 
279 



2394. PENCHANSKY, ROY AND OTHERS 

"Medical practice in a group setting: the Russellton exper- 
ience." In Health Services Administration: Policy Cases 
and the Case Method, pp. 182-218. Edited by Roy Pen- 
chansky. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1968. 

The Russellton Medical Group was established in 1952 with the 
support of the UMWA Welfare and Retirement Fund. Russellton is 
located in a mining area approximately 25 miles from Pittsburgh. 

2395. PENDERGAST, JOHN J. AND TITUS A. COX 

Meeting mandatory federal health standards under diffi- 
cult dust control conditions. Washington, 1976. 28p. (U. S. 
Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration. Informa- 
tion Report 1032). 

2396. PENDERGRASS, EUGENE P. AND OTHERS 

Historical perspectives of coal workers pneumoconiosis in 
the United States. New York Academy of Science Annals 
200: 835-54 1972. 

2397. PENDERGRASS, EUGENE P. 

Some consideration of coal workers' pneumoconiosis. 
Archives of Environmental Health 20: 545-550 1970. 

Brief general description of the disease, its symptoms and diagnosis. 

2398. POHLMANN, KENNETH E. 

Rehabilitation of severely disabled: UMWA Welfare and 
Retirement Fund experience. American Journal of Public 
Health 43: 445-451 1953. 

A report detailing specific results of a program of rehabiliation of 
the severely disabled coal miner. 

2399. RANGELL, LEO 

Discussion of the Buffalo Creek disaster: the course of 
psychic trauma. American Journal of Psychiatry 133: 313- 
316 1976. 

Describes the phases of trauma experienced by the survivors and 
assesses the future effects of this trauma. 

2400. RASMUSSEN, DONALD L. 

Breathlessness in southern Appalachian coal miners. Ap- 
palachia Medicine Sept 1969 10-12. 

Studies of more than 4,000 bituminous coal miners in the laboratory 
lead us to conclude that disabling pulmonary insufficiency is com- 
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2401. RASMUSSEN, DONALD L. AND C. W. NELSON 

Respiratory function in southern Appalachian coal miners. 
American Review of Respiratory Diseases 103: 240-248 
1971. 

2402. RASMUSSEN, JEANNE M. 

On the outside lookin' in. Mountain Life & Work Sept 
1969 6-9+. 

Describes and decries the arbitrary nature of health and survivor 
insurance and benefit funds available to coal miners. 

2403. RAYMOND, R. W. 

The hygiene of mines. Transactions of the American In- 
stitute of Mining Engineers 8: 97-120 1879. 

2404. ROGAN, JOHN M. 

Medicine in the mining industries. London: Heinemann, 
1972. 397p. 

Author, the Chief Medical Officer of the British National Coal 
Board, deals not only with disease entities but also such matters as 
dust control, accident prevention and rehabilitation. 

2405. ROSEN, GEORGE 

The history of miners' diseases, a medical and social inter- 
pretation. New York: Schuman, 1943. 490p. 

The history of miners' health from earliest times through the 19th 
century. Beferences are primarily to British and European mines, 
and include metal mining as well. 

2406. ROY, ANDREW 

Miners' hospitals. Ohio Mining Journal F 1889 23-27. 

Author suggests establishment of state-supported hospitals in the 
mining regions. Beport of Committee on Miners' Hospitals appears 
N 1890 29-31. 

2407. SAFFORD, BERYL M. 

"Changing a community's pattern of medical care: the 
Russellton experience." In Health Services Administration: 
Policy Cases and the Case Method, pp. 219-59. Edited by 
Roy Penchansky. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 
1968. 

Account of the impact of the Bussellton Medical Group in a coal 
mining area near Pittsburgh. The Group was established in 1952 
under the auspices of the UMWA Welfare and Betirement Fund. 



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2408. SEMINAR ON COAL. WORKERS' PNEUMOCONIOSIS FOR REHABILI- 
TATION PERSONNEL FROM REGIONS III AND IV, JOHNSTOWN, PA., 
1971. 

The vocational rehabilitation of coal workers with black 
lung disease. Johnstown, Pa., 1971. 138p. 

2409. STACY, CHARLES B. 

Medical service in coal fields. Industrial Medicine 18: 253- 
256 1949. 

Pineville, Kentucky mine surgeon discusses aspects of serving a 
mining community and advantages of a contract or pre-paid medi- 
cal plan. 

2410. STEELE, H. E. 

Negro and White miners under Alabama's pneumoconio- 
sis law. Industrial Medicine & Surgery 31: 383-91 1962. 

2411. STOECKLE, J. D. AND OTHERS 

Respiratory disease in U. S. soft coal miners. Journal of 
Chronic Diseases 15: 887-905 1962. 

2412. SYMPOSIUM ON COAL MINERS' PNEUMOCONIOSIS 

Elkins, W. Va., 1952. 95p. 

This symposium, held under the auspices of the Golden Clinic, was 
the first medical meeting in the U. S. devoted solely to the sub- 
ject. It brought the more advanced British findings to the attention 
of American practitioners. 

2413. SYMPOSIUM ON RESPIRABLE COAL MINE DUST 

Washington: GPO, 1970. 297p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. 
Information Circular 8458 ) . 

Proceedings were held Nov. 3-4, 1969 in Washington. Compiled by 
Richard M. Gooding. 

2414. TABERSHAW, IRVING R. 

The health of the coal miner: an expendable resource? 
Journal of Occupational Medicine 12: 453-57 1970. 

2415. TAUBENHAUS, MARJORIE AND ROY PENCHANSKY 

"The medical care program of the United Mine Workers 
Welfare and Retirement Fund." In Health Services Ad- 
ministration: Policy Cases and the Case Method, pp. 149- 
81. Edited by Roy Penchansky. Cambridge: Harvard Uni- 
versity Press, 1968. 

2416. TELEKY, LUDWIG 

History of factory and mine hygiene. New York: Colum- 
bia, 1948. 342p. 

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2417. TITCHENER, JAMES L. AND FREDERIC T. KAPP 

Family and character change at Buffalo Creek. American 
Journal of Psychiatry 133: 295-99 1976. 

"Traumatic neuotic reactions were found in 80% of the survivors. . . 
these had persisted for the two years since the flood, and a de- 
finite symptom complex labeled the "Buffalo Creek syndrome" was 
pervasive." 

2418. UMWS CHAIN OF TEN HOSPITALS 

Architectural Forum Nov 1956 109-17. 

Well-illustrated description of the UMW hospitals in Appalachia. 
Another account appeared in the August 1953 issue of the same 
journal under the title "A hospital chain 250 miles long". 

2419. U. S. BUREAU OF MINES 

Coal mine health seminar. Washington: GPO, 1972. 44p. 
(U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8568). 

A joint staff conference of the Bureau of Mines and the National 
Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Compiled by M. K. 
Hutchison. 

2420. U. S. COAL MINE ADMINISTRATION 

A medical survey of the bituminous coal industry. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1947. 244p. 

A work of the first importance. Survey was conducted by a U. S. 
Navy medical team headed by Admiral Joel T. Boone. The report 
fully and frankly describes the wretched health and living condi- 
tions in the coal fields. It did much to move public opinion to the 
miner's side and led directly to the ettablishment of the UMWA 
Health and Retiremtnt Funds. 

2421. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
BOR. GENERAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR 

Black lung benefits. Hearings. Washington: GPO, 1971. 
174p. 

2422. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LA- 
BOR. GENERAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR 

Black lung benefits eligibility (oversight). Hearing. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1973. 172p. 

2423. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR. 
SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR STANDARDS 

Black lung benefits reform act of 1975. Washington- GPO 
1975. 238p. 

Hearings which include testimony by individuals representing in- 
surance companies, medical research groups, the National Coal As- 
sociation, etc. 



283 



2424. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
WELFARE 

Black lung benefits reform act. 1976. Washington: GPO, 
1976. 819p. 

2425. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC 
WELFARE. SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR 

Black lung legislation, 1971-72. Hearings. Washington: 
GPO, 1972. 680p. 

2426. U. S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE 

Anthraco-silicosis among hard coal miners. Washington: 
GPO, 1935. 114p. (Public Health Bulletin 221). 

2427. WHITE, J. H. 

Sanitation in mining towns. Coal Age 4: 59-61 1913. 

2428. WIESEL, CARL AND MALCOLM ARNY 

Psychiatric study of coal miners in eastern Kentucky area. 
American Journal of Psychiatry 108: 617-24 1952. 

2429. wilkerson, w. v. 

Co-operative community medical service. West Virginia 
Coal Mining Institute. Proceedings 1947 70-75. 

A defense of the contract medical service in the coal areas of 
southern West Virginia. 

2430. WILLIAMS, PIERCE 

The purchase of medical care through fixed periodic pay- 
ment. New York: National Bureau of Economic Research, 
1932. 308p. 

Chapters five through eight deal specifically with the coal industry. 

2431. WILSON, ISABELLA C. 

Sickness and medical care among a rural bituminous coal- 
mining population of Arkansas. Fayetteville: University of 
Arkansas. 1940. 44p. (Agricultural Experiment Station 
Bulletin 394). 

2432. ZAHORSKI, WITOLD W. 

Coal workers' pneumoconiosis. Hanover: University Press 
of New England, 1974. 108p. 

A summary of the "state of the art". Extensive bibliographies fol- 
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2434. ALLEN, JOSEPH H. 

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2435. ANDREWS, EBENEZER B. 

The lower Sunday Creek Valley (Ohio), its coal and iron 
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of the markets for the Hocking coals. Columbus: Ohio 
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2436. ASHBURNER, CHARLES A. 

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2437. ASHBURNER, CHARLES'A. 

Brazos coal field, Texas. AIME. Transactions 9: 495-506 
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2438. ASHBURNER, CHARLES. A. 

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"Paper read before the Engineers' Club of Philadelphia." 

2439. ASHBURNER, CHARLES A. 

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2442. ASHLEY, GEORGE H. 

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2443. BACHE, FRANKLIN 

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2444. BAIN, H. F. 

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2445. BARLOW, JAMES A. 

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2454. BROOKS, ALFRED H. 

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2455 BROOKS, ALFRED H. 

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2456. BROOKS, ALFRED H. 

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2457. BROWN, GEORGE M. 

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2458. BROWN, ROBERT 

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2462. BUSH, B. F. 

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2463. CAMPBELL, M. R. AND K. W. KEMBALL 

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2464. CARDIFF COAL AND IRON COMPANY ( CARDIFF, TENN. ) 

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2465. CARMIN, ROBERT M. 

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2466. CHANCE, HENRY M. 

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2467. CLAGHORN, CLARENCE R. 

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2468. CLEARFIELD ( PENNSYLVANIA ) COAL REGION 

Black Diamond 6: 60-61 1890/91. 

Includes an account of the coal companies active in the area. 

2469. COAL MINES OF UTAH AND WYOMING 

Coal 2: 19-20 1883. 

2470. COLLIER, ARTHUR J. 

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2471. COLLIER, ARTHUR J. 

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2472. COLLIER, ARTHUR J. 

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2473. COLTON, HENRY 

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2474. CRANE, W. R. 

Coal mining in Arkansas. Engineering & Mining Journal 
80: 774-77 1905. 

2475. CRANE, W. R. 

Coal mining in the Indian Territory. Engineering & Min- 
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2476. CRANE, W. R. 

Coal mining in the Indian Territory— the southwestern 
field. Engineering & Mining Journal 76: 577-81 1903. 

2477. CRANE, w. R. 

Coal resources of Alaska. American Mining Congress. Pro- 
ceedings 16: 192-205 1913. 

2478. CRANE, W. R. 

The Kansas coal mines of the Mississippi Valley. Engineer- 
ing & Mining Journal 74: 514-16 1902. 

2479. CRANE, W. R. 

Kansas coal mining. Engineering & Mining Journal 72: 
748-52 1901. 

2480. CRANE, W. R. 

The Pratt coal mines in Alabama. Engineering & Mining 
Journal 79: 177-80 1905. 

2481. DALSTED, NORMAN L. AND F. L. LFJSTRITZ 

North Dakota coal resources and development potential 
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2482. DILWORTH, J. B. 

The Black Mountain coal district, Kentucky. AIME. 
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2483. d'invilliers, e. v. 

Report on the property of the Coal River Land Company 
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Includes information on mining costs, markets, etc. 

2484. DOERR, ARTHUR 

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2485. DOERR, ARTHUR 

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2486. DOERR, ARTHUR 

Geography of the coal industry of Williamson and Grank- 
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2487. DOERR, ARTHUR AND LEE GUERNSEY 

Man as a geomorphological agent: the example of coal 
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197-210 1956. 

Account of the effects of coal mining on the physical landscape. 

2488. DOERR, ARTHUR 

Williamson and Franklin counties: coal counties of south- 
ern Illinois. Journal of Geography 49: 193-200 1950. 

2489. EASTON, H. D. 

The cannel coal fields in Kentucky. Coal Age 2: 454-56 
1912. 

2490. EDWARDS, WILLIAM S. 

Coal and coke in West Virginia. Cincinnati: R. Clarke, 
1892. 162p. 

Covers the southern West Virginia fields only. 

2491. EVANS, GEORGE W. 

Alaskan coal fields. AIME. Transactions 66: 286-98 1921. 

2492. EVANS, GEORGE W. 

Coal mining problems in the State of Washington. Wash- 
ington: GPO, 1924. 19p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Bulletin 
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2493. FENNEMAN, N. M. AND HOYT S. GALE 

The Yampa coal field, Routt County, Colorado. Washing- 
ton: GPO, 1906. 96p. (USGS. Bulletin 297). 

2494. FISHER, WALTER L. 

Alaska coal problems. Washington: GPO, 1912. (U. S. Bur- 
eau of Mines. Bulletin 36). 

2495. FLORANCE, J. E. 

Alaskan coal fields; their possibilities and their plight. 
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2496. FOWLER, GEORGE L. 

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2497. FULTON, JOHN 

Coal mining in the Connellsville coke region of Pennsyl- 
vania. AIME. Transactions 13: 330-41 1884/85. 

2498. GALE, HOYT S. 

Coal fields of northeastern Utah. Washington: GPO, 
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2499. GASPER, DONALD 

A geographic analysis of bituminous coal mining in Jeffer- 
son County, Pennsylvania. Thesis. Penn State College. 
1951. 

2500. GIBSON, A. M. 

The coal measures of Blount Mountain ( Alabama ) . Mont- 
gomery: Brown Printing Co., 1893. 80p. (Alabama Geo- 
logical Survey. Special Report No. 5). 

"More coal had been developed in one season by the Geological 
Survey than had been done by all preceding prospectors." 

2501. GIBSON, A. M. 

The Coosa coal field (Alabama). Montgomery: Roemer 
Printing Co., 1895, 143p. (Alabama Geological Survey. 
Special Report No. 7). 

"The Geological Survey is, at this time, the only agency at work 
for the development of this coal field." 

2502. GLENN, L. C. 

Coal resources of the south. Southern Commercial Con- 
gress. Proceedings 1908 256-65. 

2503. GOODYEAR, WATSON A. 

Coal mines of the western coast of the United States. San 
Francisco: A. L. Bancroft, 1877. 153p. 

2504. GREEN, STEPHEN H. 

Coal and coal mining in Washington. Olympia, 1947. 41p. 
(Washington. Dept. of Conservation & Development. Divi- 
sion of Mines & Geology. Report of Investigations 4R ) . 

2505. GRIESS, P. R. AND G. F. DEASY 

Some regional differences in the decline of Pennsylvania's 
anthracite industry and their implications in area develop- 
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2506. GRIFFITH, W. T. 

Big Sandy coal fields, Kentucky. Engineering & Mining 
Journal 92: 508-10 1911. 

2507. HALE, PETER M. 

In the coal and iron counties of North Carolina. Raleigh, 
1883. 425p. 

2508. HALL, R. D. 

The Fairmont, West Virginia coal region. Coal Age 1: 138- 
43 1911/12. 

2509. HALL, R. D. 

Georges Creek coalfield, Maryland. Coal Age 1: 10-14 
1911/12. 

2510. HANES, J. E. AND FLOYD W. PARSONS 

Coal mining in Colorado. Engineering & Mining Journal 
82: 793-95 1906. 

J 2511. HAUGHT, OSCAR L. 

Coal and coal mining in West Virginia. Morgantown: 
West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, 1964. 
38p. 

/' 2512. HAYES, CHARLES W. 

The coal fields of the United States. Jn USGS. 22nd An- 
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2513. HAYES, CHARLES W. 

The Southern Appalachian coal field. In USGS. 22nd An- 
nual Report pt. 227-63 1902. 

2514. HEWITT, G. C. 

The northwestern Colorado coal region. AIME. Trans- 
actions 17: 375-80 1888/89. 

2515. HILL, F. A. 

Coal mining in Washington. AIME. Transactions 61: 371- 
74 1918. 

2516. HODGE, JAMES M. 

The Big Stone Gap coal field. AIME. Transactions 21: 922- 
38 1892/93. 

2517. HOLMES, CHARLES 

Coal mining in Michigan. Mines & Minerals 20: 59-62 
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2518. HOSEA, R. M. 

Anthracite coal mining in Colorado. Engineering & Mining 
Journal 82: 399-401 1906. 

2519. HOTCHKISS, JEDEDIAH 

Report on the property of the Cabin Creek and Coal River 
Land Association. Staunton, Virginia, 1866, 8p. 

2520. HUGHES, GEORGE W. 

Report of an examination of the coal measures, including 
the iron ore deposits, belonging to the Maryland Mining 
Company, in Allegany County; and a survey for railroad 
from the mines to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, at 
Cumberland . . . Together with the memorial to the Legis- 
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2521. HUNT, T. S. 

Coal and iron in Alabama. Coal 2: 66-68 1883. 

2522. HUNT, T. s. 

Coal and iron in southern Ohio. Boston: Cassino, 1881. 
152p. 

2523. HUNT, T. s. 

Coal and iron of southern Ohio considered with relation to 
the Hocking Valley coal field . . . followed by a view of 
the coal trade of the West. Salem, Massachusetts: Natur- 
alist's Agency, 1874. 78p. 

2524. JACKSON COUNTY, OHIO COAL FIELD 

Black Diamond 6: 17-18 1890/91. 

2525. JARRETT, F. G. 

Coal mining in Carbonado, Washington. Coal Age 14: 308- 
12 1918. 

2526. JOHNSON, JASPER 

The Wilmington, Illinois coal field. AIME. Transactions 
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2527. JOHNSON, WALTER J. 

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2528. KEIGHLEY, F. C. 

The Connellsville Coke region. Engineering, Magazine 20: 
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2529. KILLEBREW, JOSEPH 

Iron and coal of Tennessee. Nashville, 1881. 220p. 

2530. KILLEBREW, JOSEPH 

Special report on the coalfield of Little Sequatchee, with 
a general description of the Cumberland table-land. Nash- 
ville, 1876. 40p. 

2531. KIMBALL, JAMES P. 

The Quemahoning coalfields of Somerset County, Pennsyl- 
vania. AIME. Transactions 12: 468-96 1883/84. 

2532. KOENIG, GEORGE A. AND OTHERS 

Expert reports on the mineral properties of the East Ten- 
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1891. 44p. 

2533. KUHN, H. A. 

The Pittsburgh coal fields in Western Pennsylvania. AIME. 
Transactions 50: 640-57 1914. 

2534. LANE, ALFRED C. 

Coal in lower Michigan. Saginaw, 1899. 36p. 

2535. LANE, ALFRED C. 

The northern interior coal fields. In USGS. 22nd Annual 
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2536. LEWIS, ROBERT S. 

The Book Cliffs coal field, Utah. AIME. Transactions 50: 
658-78 1914. 

Includes account of companies active in the field. 

2537. LUTHER, EDWARD T. 

The Coal industry of Tennessee. Nashville: State Depart- 
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2538. LUTHER, EDWARD T. 

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2539. MC CALLEY, HENRY 

Coal measures of the Plateau Region of Alabama; includ- 
ing a report on the coal measures of Blount County, by 
A. M. Gibson. Montgomery: Smith, Alfred & Co., 1891. 
238p. (Alabama Geological Survey. Special Report No. 3). 

2540. MC CALLEY, HENRY 

The Warrior coal field (Alabama). Montgomery: Bartlett 
& Co., 1886. 571p. (Alabama Geological Survey. Special 
Report No. 1 ) . 

2541. MAC FARLANE, JAMES 

The coal regions of America; their topography, geology and 
development. New York: Appleton, 1873. 679p. 

2542. MAC FARLANE, GRAHAM 

The eastern coal regions of Kentucky. AIME. Transactions 
25: 518-32 1895. 

2543. m'killop, james 

Coal and American coal mining. Airdrie: Baird & Hamil- 
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"The result of observations made by me during a visit to America in 
1869." 

2544. MARTIN, G. C. 

A reconnaissance of the Matanuska coal field, Alaska. 
Washington: GPO, 1906. 36p. (USGS. Bulletin 289). 

2545. MAURY, MATTHEW F. 

The resources of the coal field of the Upper Kanawha, 
with a sketch of the iron belt of Virginia, setting forth 
some of the markets and means of development. Baltimore: 
Sherwood. 1873. 44p. 

2546. MAURY, RICHARD L. 

Report on the lands on the Old Dominion Coal Company, 
and the Kanawha Coal Company, in the Kanawha Valley, 
W. V. Richmond: Clemmitt & Jones, 1872. 24p. 

2547. MELL, P. H. 

The coal and iron interests of Alabama. Coal 1: 389-91 
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2548. MILLER, B. L. 

The tertiary coal fields of the Rio Grande. Coal Age 4: 
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2549. MILLER, E. WILLARD 

Connellsville beehive coke region, a declining mineral 
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2550. MURPHY, RAYMOND AND MARION 

Anthracite region of Pennsylvania. Economic Geography 
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2551. NELSON, WILBUR A. 

The southern Tennessee coal field. Nashville: Tennessee. 
Division of Geology, 1925. 239p. (Its Bulletin 33-A). 

2552. NORTHERN WEST VIRGINIA COAL OPERATORS ASSOCIATION 

The coal industry of the State of West Virginia. Fairmont, 
W. Va., 1923. 64p. 

2553. NORTON, R. HENRY 

Notes on coal mining in Oregon. AIME. Transactions 19: 
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2554. OHIO. MINING COMMISSION, 1871 

Report. Columbus: Nevins & Myers. 1872. 199p. 

2554a. OLiN, h. l. 

Coal mining in Iowa. Des Moines: State Mining Board, 
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2555. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

The coal mines of southern Wyoming. Engineering & Min- 
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2556. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

Coal mining in southern West Virginia. Engineering and 
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2557. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

Coal mining in the Fairmont Field, West Virginia. Engi- 
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2558. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

The coal mining situation in northern Wyoming. Engineer- 
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2559. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

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2560. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

Mining in the George's Creek coal field. Engineering & 
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2561. PARSONS, FLOYD W. 

Montana's great coal fields and its collieries. Engineering 
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2562. PAYNE, HENRY M. 

Future of the Williamson and the Tug River coal field. 
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2563. PAYNE, HENRY M. 

Mining coal in Texas. Engineering & Mining Journal 91: 
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2564. PECK, W. R. AND R. J. SAMPSON 

The Harlan coal field in Kentucky. Coal Age 3: 796-800 
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2565. peck, w. r. 

The pocket coal field of Lee County, Virginia. Coal Age 
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2566. PELTIER, M. F. 

Coal mining in northern Wyoming. Coal Age 10: 832-34 
1916. 

2567. PIERCE, R. A. 

The lignite fields of Colorado. Coal Age 1: 534-38 1911/12. 

2568. PULTZ, JOHN L. 

The Big Stone Gap coal field of Virginia and Kentucky. 
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2569. RAMSEY, E. 

The Pratt mines of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad 
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2570. RANDOLPH, BEVERLEY S. 

Seaboard coal regions along the Baltimore & Ohio Rail- 
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The area about Fairmont, West Virginia. 



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2571. REYNOLDS, W. C. 

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Made for the proposed Coal River Railroad Co. 

2572. RICHARDSON, G. B. 

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Pp. 47-51 on market and development. 

2573. ROBINSON, NEIL 

The Kanawha and New River coal fields of West Virginia. 
Charleston, 1904. 23p. 

2574. ROCKWELL, CLEVELAND 

The Coos Bay coal fields ( Oregon ) . Engineering & Mining 
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2575. ROLLER, ANNE H. 

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2576. rowe, j. p. 

The coal industry of Montana. Engineering & Mining 
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2577. rowe, j. p. 

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2578. ROY, ANDREW 

Coal mining in Ohio. Ohio Mining Journal 2: 3-15 1883/84. 

2579. ROY, ANDREW 

The Thacker coal field of West Virginia. Mines & Minerals 
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Early notice of the opening of the Williamson Field. 
1 2580. SAWARD, FREDERICK 

The coal mines of Pennsylvania. New York: Coal Trade 
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Gives names and locations of mines, amount produced, names of 
operators, etc. 

2581. SCHAEFER, CHARLES B. 

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2582. SCOTT, ADDISON 

Coal commerce and development in the Great Kanawha 
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A plea for the development of the Great Kanawha River in order to 
speed the development of the adjacent coal fields. 

2583. SHAW, A. H. 

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2584. SHEAFER, PETER W. 

Report on Cahaba Coal Company's lands, Shelby, Ala- 
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2585. SHERIDAN, J. E. 

The coal mines and plant of the Stag Canon Fuel Co., 
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2586. SHURICK, A. T. 

The Diamondville coal field, Wyoming. Engineering & 
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2587. SHURICK, A. T. 

The Federal Vallev field in Ohio. Coal Age 1: 1236-38 
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2588. SIMMONS, JESSE 

The Cambria coal fields in Wyoming. Coal Age 1: 766- 
68 1911/12. 

2589. SIMMONS, JESSE 

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2590. SMITH, GEORGE O. 

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2591. SMITH, THOMAS G. 

Report on the mineral lands and resources of the Alabama 
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2592. SNOW SHOE COAL FIELD 

Coal 1: 366 1882. 

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2593. SQUIRE, JOSEPH 

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2594. STEBINGER, EUGENE 

The coal fields of Montana. AIME. Transactions 46: 889- 
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2595. STEEL, ALVIN A. 

Coal mining in Arkansas. Little Rock: Democrat Printing, 
1910. 632p. 

Covers all aspects of the industry, both economic and technical. 

2596. STOEK, H. H. 

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2597. STONE, RALPH W. 

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2598. STORRS, ARTHUR H. 

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2599. STORRS, L. s. 

The Rocky Mountain coal field. In USGS. 22nd Annual Re- 
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2600. STOW, AUDLEY H. 

Mining in the Pocahontas field. Coal Age 3: 594-600 1913. 

2601. TAFF, JOSEPH A. 

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2602. TENNESSEE. BUREAU OF AGRICULTURE, STATISTICS AND MINES 

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2603. TENNESSEE COAL, IRON AND RAILROAD CO. 

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2604. TENNESSEE ENERGY OFFICE 

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2605. THREE DAYS AMONG THE COAJL MINES OF JACKSON COUNTY, 
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2606. TOENGES, ALBERT L. 

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2607. TRINIDAD, COLORADO: THE CENTER OF THE LAS ANIMAS COAL 
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2608. TWO COUNTIES MINE COAL THE HARD WAY 

Business Week S 12, 1953 90-94. 

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2609. VAUGHAN, THOMAS W. 

Reconnaissance on the Rio Grande coal fields of Texas. 
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2610. WATTS, ALFRED C. 

Coal mining in Carbon County, Utah. Coal Age 3: 400-4 
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2611. WEEKS, JOSEPH D. 

The Elk Garden and Upper Potomac coal fields of West 
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2612. WELLMAN, WALTER 

Fairmont coal region, a treatise; by Walter Wellman . . . 
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Reprint from Chicago Record-Herald. 

2613. WETHERILL, J. PRICE 

An outline of anthracite coal mining in Schuylkill County, 
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2614. WHITE, DAVID AND OTHERS 

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2615. WHITE, I. c. 

The barren zone of the Northern Appalachian coal field 
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"If this waste continues, some of you in this audience will see the 
finish in the northern Appalachian field of all cheap and easily won 
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- 2616. WHITE, I. C. AND OTHERS 

The Pittsburgh coal bed. AIME. Transactions 74: 481-506 
1926. 

2617. WHITE, I. c. 

The waste of our fuel resources. [Morgantown, W. Va., 
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2618. WHITESIDE, F. W. 

Central coal fields in Colorado. Coal Age 2: 2-5 1912. 

2619. WHITESIDE, F. W. 

The Trinidad district in Colorado. Coal Age 1: 632-35, 
664-67 1911/12. 

2620. WHITESIDE, F. W. 

The Yampa coal field of Colorado. Coal Age 11: 654-57 
1917. 

2621. WOLFE, MARSHALL L. 

Coal mining in Bates County. Missouri. Coal 2: 412-13 
1883. 

2622. WOODWORTH, JAY B. 

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2623. YOUNG, C. M. 

The coal industry of Illinois. AIME. Transactions 57: 560- 
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2624. ZIERER, CLIFFORD M. 

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2625. ABOVEGROUND SCHOOL FOR UNDERGROUND WORKERS 

Coal Age Sept 1970 80-82. 

Account of training program for new miners operated by Kerr-Mc- 
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2626. AGOR, JOSEPH 

Bootleg coal industry. American Mercury 34: 416-21 1935. 
In the anthracite region of Pennsylvania. 

2627. ALDRIDGE, M. D. 

Analysis of communication systems in coal mines. Morgan- 
town: West Virginia University, 1973. 128p. 

2628. ALFORD, NEWELL G. 

Analysis of bituminous coal mines suspended from 1923 to 
1932, inclusive. AIME. Transactions 108: 476-88 1934. 

2629. ANDROS, STEPHEN O. 

Coal mining in Illinois. Urbana: University of Illinois. 
1915. 250p. ( Illinois Coal Mining Investigations . . . Bul- 
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,'2630. ASHLEY, GEORGE H. 

Cannel coal in the United States. Washington: GPO, 1918. 
127p. (USGS. Bulletin 659). 

2631. AVERITT, PAUL AND LORREDA LOPEZ 

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2632. AVERITT, PAUL 

Coal resources of the United States. January 1, 1974. 
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"A summary of information concerning the quantity and distribu- 
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2633. BAGGE, CARL E. 

Coal, an overlooked energy source. Washington: National 
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2634. BAGGE, CARL E. 

Coal: energy key to world stability. Vital Speeches Jl 1, 
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2635. BAILEY, CAROL 

Training for coal miners in cooperation with the public 
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2636. BASS, N. WOOD AND OTHERS 

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2637. BEEBE, GILBERT W. 

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2638. BEMENT, ALBURTO 

The Peabody atlas. Shipping mines and coal railroads in 
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2639. BENDALL, JOHN W. 

A study of the Minnesota multiphasic personality inven- 
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2640. BOBICK, THOMAS G. AND DENNIS A. GIARDINO 

The noise environment of the underground coal mine. 
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2641. BOOTLEG MINING OF ANTHRACITE 

MLR 45: 1323-26 1937. 



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2642. BORSODI, WILLIAM 

Coal advertising; a collection of selling phrases, descrip- 
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2643. BRITISH COAL MINING PRODUCTIVITY TEAM 

Coal; report of a productivity team respresenting the Brit- 
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2644. BURNESS, H. s. 

Socially optimal tax policy requirements for the coal in- 
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2645. CALDWELL, WALTER 

Coal company scrip. Fayetteville, W. Va. 1969. 81p. 

Contains an alphabetical listing of coal companies which issued 
scrip. 

2646. CANADA. COMMISSION ON CONSERVATION. COMMITTEE ON 
MINERALS 

Conservation of coal in Canada, with notes on the prin- 
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1914. 212p. 

2647. CANADA. DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

Combines Investigation Act. Investigation into an alleged 
combined in the importation and distribution of British 
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2648. CANADA. ROYAL COMMISSION ON COAL 

Report of the Royal commission on coal, 1946. Ottawa: E. 
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2649. CANADA. ROYAL COMMISSION ON COAL 

Report. Ottawa, 1960. 127p. 

2650. CANADA. STATISTICS CANADA. MANUFACTURING & PRIMARY 
INDUSTRIES DIVISION 

Coal mines. Mines de charbon. Ottawa 1970. 

Continues "Coal Mining Industry," issued by the Bureau of Statis- 
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2651. CANNEL COAL COMES INTO USE AS A SUBSTITUTE FUEL 

Pennsylvania Dept. of Internal Affairs. Monthly Bulletin 
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2652. CASEY, KATHRYN P. 

Bituminous coal handbook; Bituminous coal act of 1937, 
rules of practice and procedure, rules and regulations for 
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2653. CASSANO, JAMES 

Mechanization of western coal mines. Colorado School of 
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2654. CHANCE, HENRY M. 

The available tonnage of the bituminous coal fields of 
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2655. CHICAGO COAL BOARD 

Black Diamond 6: 760 1890/91. 

Account of formation. 

2656. CLEGG, HERMAN D. 

The evaluation of a psychological test battery as a selective 
device for foremen in the mining industry. Thesis. West 
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2657. COAL TRADE ASSOCIATION OF INDIANA 

Coal production in Indiana by rail-shipping mines, 1926- 

1950, classified by railroads, showing individual mine pro- 
duction, vein of coal, and type of operation. Terre Haute, 

1951. 37p. 

2658. DADDOW, SAMUEL H. 

Coal, iron and oil. Pottsville & Philadelphia, 1866. 808p. 
"A plain and popular work on our mines and mineral resources". 

2659. DA VIES, MATTHEW J. 

The care of mine mules. Coal Age 1: 1021-22 1911/12. 

2660. DEASY, GEORGE F. AND PHYLLIS R. GRIESS 

Geographical significance of recent changes in mining in 
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2661. DEJU, RAUL A. 

Extraction of minerals and energy: today's dilemma. Ann 
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2662. DERZAV. RAYMOND 

Hearing conservation for the mineral industry. Washing- 
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2663. DEVTNE, EDWARD T. 

Fact-finding in the coal industry. Academy of Political 
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It is in the interest of the public and the industry itself that more 
information be developed and made available. 

2664. DISTRIBUTION AND USE OF BITUMINOUS COAL IN COLUMBUS, 
OHIO 

Columbus: Ohio State University, 1933. 43p. (OSU. Bur- 
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2665. DOTSON, JOHN A. 

The public school in the mining industry. Thesis. Univer- 
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2666. DOWLING, DONALDSON B. 

Coal fields and coal resources of Canada. Ottawa: Govern- 
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2667. DRYDEN, IAN G. 

Carbonization and hydrogenation of coal. New York: Uni- 
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2668. DURRETT, HAROLD L. 

A validation study of a psychological test battery for selec- 
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West Virginia University 1960. 

2669. EDMUNDS, WILLIAM E. 

Coal resources of Pennsylvania: total, recoverable and 
strippable. Harrisburg, 1972. 40p. (Topographic and Geo- 
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2670. EDWARDS, R. G. AND OTHERS 

Social, economic, and environmental impacts of coal gasi- 
fication and liquefaction plants. Lexington: University of 
Kentucky, 1976. 270p. 

Includes a useful bibliography, pages 235-65. 

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2671. EGGLESTON, RICHARD C. 

Forestry for mining companies. West Virginia Coal Min- 
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2672. ELDER, JAMES L. AND WAYNE R. KUBE 

Technology and use of lignite. Washington: GPO, 1966. 
124p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8304). 

The proceedings of one of a series of conferences on the utilization 
of lignite held by the U. S. Bureau of Mines and the University of 
North Dakota. 

2673. EMERY, JAMES A. 

A public policy for the coal industry. American Mining 
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2674. ESFANDIARY, MARY S. 

Coal research organizations; their activities and publica- 
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2675. FERNOW, B. E. 

The mining industry in its relation to forestry. AIME. 
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2676. FEY, ARTHUR W. (CARL CORLSEN, PSEUD.) 

Buried black treasure; the story of Pennsylvania anthracite. 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1954. 112p. 

2677. FLYNN, ELIZABETH G. 

Coal miners and the war. New York: Workers Library, 
1942. 15p. 

2678. FORBES, R. D. 

Anthracite region discovers its "surface." American Forests 
50: 424-27 1944. 

Development of scientific forestry in the Pennsylvania anthracite 
region. 

2679. FORBES, R. D. 

Forests and jobs in the anthracite region of Pennsylvania. 
Journal of Forestry 39: 197-201 1941. 

2680. foster, j. s. 

Taxpayers' associations; their origin and how they have 
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2681. GAUCER, A. W. 

Coal and research— two great national resources. Coal Uti- 
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2682. GIBBS AND HILL, IXC. 

Development of an overall economic/environmental plan 
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2683. GILBERT, OSCAR E. AND W. E. SMITH 

Bibliography of Alabama coal. University: Geological Sur- 
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2684. GILBERTSON, H. S. 

Introducing the practical man to modern management. 
Ann. Amer. Acad. 119: 115-20 1925. 

Discusses efforts to give the mine foreman a broader "company- 
wide" viewpoint. 

2685. GILLESPIE, MARIE 

Coal mining taxes in Montana. Montana Business Quar- 
terly. Winter 1974 23-26. 

2686. GLASS, GARY B. AND RICHARD W. JONES 

Bibliography of Wyoming coal. Laramie: Geological Sur- 
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2687. GOODMAN, GORDON T. AND SHIRLEY A. BRAY 

Ecological aspects of the reclamation of derelict and dis- 
turbed land. Norwich: University of East Anglia, 1975. 
351p. 

Over 500 items in this annotated bibliography deals with the effects 
of coal mining. 

2688. GORDON, RICHARD L. 

Historical trends in coal utilization and supply. University 
Park: Pennsylvania State University, 1976. vp. 

A report prepared for the U. S. Bureau of Mines. 

2689. GRAVITY COAL PIERS AT HOBOKEN 

Scientific American 46: 226-27 1882. 

Contains a number of illustrations of the methods used in hand- 
ling "the enormous traffic in coal." 



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2690. GREENE, HOMER 

Coal and the coal mines. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1889. 
246p. 

On cover: The Riverside Library for Young People. 

2691. HAAS, FRANK 

Conservation in West Virginia. Coal Age 2: 872-74 1912. 

The coal producers operate far more efficiently and with less waste 
than the coal consumers. 

2691a. HAMILTON, PATRICK A. AND OTHERS 

The reserve base of U. S. coals by sulfur content: the Wes- 
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of Mines. Information Circular 8693). 

2692. HAMMOND, ALLEN L. 

Coal research. Science Ag 20, 1976 655-67; Ag 27, 1976 
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2693. HARDY, CARROLL F. 

The position of coal— present and future. Kentucky Mining 
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2694. HARDING, G. E. 

American coal production and use. Economic Geography 
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2695. HAUGHEE, J. W. 

The dog mines of Muskingum County (Ohio). Ohio Min- 
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Dogs were used to haul coal in the mines. 

2696. HEDLIN, MENZIES & ASSOCIATES 

Impact of the coal mining operations of Kaiser Besources 
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2697. HEINRICH, OSWALD J. 

The industrial school for miners and mechanics at Drifton, 
Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. AIME. Transactions 9: 
390-95 1880/81. 

2698. IIIBBS, WILLIAM 

The mining foreman and his duties. Ohio Mining Journal 
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2699. HILEMAN, DOUGLAS H. AND OTHERS 

Coal production from the Uinta region, Colorado and 
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Mines. Information Circular 8497). 

2700. HOGG, E. 

Care of the mine mule. Mines & Minerals 26: 149-51 
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2701. HOLBROOK, E. A. 

Research in the coal mining industry. AIME. Transactions 
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2702. HOLMES, LESLIE A. 

Variations in coal tonnage production in Illinois, 1900- 
1940. Dissertation. University of Illinois. 1942. 

2703. HOWARD-SMITH, I. AND G. J. WERNER 

Coal conversion technology. Park Ridge, N. J.: Noyes 
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2704. HULL, ARTHUR M. 

Practical plans for getting new business; a book of helpful 
hints for retail coal merchants. Chicago, 1915. 156p. 

2705. IMBACH, THEODORE F. 

Raising mushrooms in a coal mine. Coal Age 8: 168-70 
1915. 

2706. JOHNSON, ALLEN J. 

Anthracite as a domestic fuel. AIME. Transactions 108: 
.360-79 1934. 

2707. JOHNSON, ARTHUR F. 

Coal as a source of power for production of aluminum. 
Mining Engineering 7: 358-63 1955. 

2707a. jones, charles o. 

Clean air; the policies and politics of pollution control. 
Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1975. 372p. 

2708. KARASKA, GERALD J. 

The pattern of settlements in the southern and middle an- 
thracite regions of Pennsylvania. Dissertation. Penn State 
University. 1962. 250p. 

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2709. KARP, MICHAEL 

Why is coal losing its share of the home heating market in 
Philadelphia. Thesis. University of Pennsylvania. 1960. 

2710. KEMP, JAMES F. 

The anthracite situation and problem. New York, 1903. 
22p. (Engineering Company of America. Bulletin 1). 

2711. KENTUCKY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

Bibliography of coal in Kentucky. Lexington: Kentucky 
Geological Survey, 1970. 73p. (Series X. Special Publica- 
tion 19). 

2712. KENWORTHY, WILMER E. 

First aid to soft coal— then a major operation. ML&W Ap 
1933 1-6. 

2713. KURE, WAYNE R. AND JAMES L. ELDER 

Technology and use of lignite. Washington: GPO, 1972, 
145p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8543). 

The proceedings of a conference "Concerning utilization and tech- 
nology of Western coals and lignites". 

2714. LAKE ERIE HITUMINOUS COAL EXCHANGE 

Cleveland. [1917]. 29p. 

Booklet gives objectives, regulations, membership, etc., of the Ex- 
change. 

2715. LATHROP, JOHN E. AND GEORGE K. TURNER 

Billions of treasure. McClurtfs Magazine 34: 339-54 1909- 
10. 

Account of the struggle for the control of Alaskan coal lands. 
2715a. LEISTRITZ, F. L. AND STANLEY W. VOELKER 

Coal resource ownership: patters, problems and suggested 
solutions. Natural Resources Journal 15: 643-62 1975. 

2716. LESHER, C. E. 

Is the coal shortage real or imaginary, Coal Age 18: 429- 
33 1920. 

2717. LESLEY, J. P. 

Manual of coal and its topography. Philadelphia: Lippin- 
cott, 1856. 224p. 

"Facts in the geology of the Appalachian Region of the United 
States of North America." 

312 






2718. LETCHER, DUANE A. 

Identification and structural analysis of instructional pro- 
grams for the underground coal miner in West Virginia. 
Dissertation. West Virginia University, 1975. 266p. 

2719. LEzrus, Walter g. 

Geographic aspects of coal cargoes from Toledo. Economic 
Geography 10: 374-81 1934. 

2720. LONG, STEPHEN C. 

Coal taxation in the western states: the need for a regional 
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2721. lord, n. w. 

Education of mining engineers. Ohio Mining Journal b: 3 

1888 13-18. 

2722 LORD N. w. 

The Department of Mining of the State University. Ohio 
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Account of mining education at OSU. 

2723. MAC CORKLE, WILLIAM A. 

Relation of West Virginia coals to the Panama Canal; ad- 
dress before the West Virginia Coal Mining Institute on 
the relation of West Virginia coals to the Panama Canal. 
Delivered at Charleston, West Virginia on Dec. 8, 1913, by 
William A. MacCorkle, ex-governor of the state of West 
Virginia. Washington: GPO, 1914. 16p. (63rd Cong., 2d 
Sess. Senate. Document 484). 

2724. MAC FARLANE, GRAHAM 

Notes on American cannel coal. AIME. Transactions 18: 
436-38 1889/90. 

2725. MC LEOD, A. A. 

The coal supply and the Reading leases. Forum 13: 544- 
60 1892. 

2726. MARLEY, HAROLD D. 

Coal burden. Social Science 39: 102-6 1964. 

Miners have always been exploited; strip mining also exploits the 
earth. 

2727. MARSHALL, J. J. 

Method of mining in southern West Virginia. Coal Age 1: 
302-6 1911/12. 

313 



J 



2728. MASON, ARTHUR J. 

Comments of an ore engineer [on the bituminous coal in- 
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2728a. MATSON, THOMAS k. and dess h. white 

The reserve base of coal for underground mining in the 
western United States. Washington: GPO. 1975. 238p. 
(U. S. Bureau of Mines. Information Circular 8678). 

2729. METROPOLITAN PRESS AND THE COAL COMBINE 

Colliery Engineer 12: 228 1891/92. 

Editorial complaint about the "amazing stupidity" of newspapers in 
dealing with coal news. 

2730. MILLER, ARNOLD 

Energy crisis as a coal miner sees it. Center Magazine Nov 
Dec 1973 35-45. 

2731. MITCHELL, JOHN 

Conservation in the coal industry. American Mining Con- 
gress. Proceedings 11 pt. 2: 185-95 1908. 

2732. MORROW, j. D. A. 

History of the development of underground machines. Ill- 
inois Mining Institute. Proceedings 70: 62-81 1962. 

2733. MUMFORD, JOHN KIMBERLY 

Anthracite. New York: Industries Publishing CO. 1925. 
150p. 

2734. MUNROE, HENRY S. 

A summer school of practical mining. AIME. Transactions 
9: 664-71 1880/81. 

For students at the School of Mines, Columbia University. 

2735. MURPHY, RAYMOND AND HUGH E. SPITTAL 

A new production map of the Appalachian bituminous coal 
region. Association of American Geographers. Annals 34: 
164-72 1944. 

2736. MURPHY, RAYMOND AND HUGH E. SPITTAL 

Movements of the center of coal mining in the Appalachian 
Plateaus. Geographical Review 35: 624-33 1945. 

2737. NATIONAL COAL ASSOCIATION 

The story of bituminous coal. Washington, 1937. 23p. 
314 



2738. NATIONAL GOAL POLICY CONFERENCE 

Coal today; a basic memorandum about America s essent- 
ial fuel. Washington, [1959]. 9p. 

2739. NATIONAL COAL POLICY CONFERENCE 

Congress speaks ... on domestic fuels, oil imports, nation- 
al security. Washington, 1962. 40p. 

2740 NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE BOARD 

Foreman training in the anthracite industry. New York, 
1944. 24p. (Studies in personnel policy 66). 

2741 NELSON, JON P. AND GEORGE R. NEUMANN 

Labor productivity and the Coal Mine Health and Safety 
Act of 1969. State College: Pennsylvania State University, 
1975. 63p. 

2742. NEWHARD, I. C. 

Care of mine mules. Mines & Minerals 28: 56-58 1907/8. 

2743. NEW JERSEY. LEGISLATURE. COAL INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE 

Intermediate report to the Legislature. Trenton, 1922. 8p. 

2744. NEW PATTERN FOR RECRUITING 

Personnel Journal 48: 293-294 1969. 

Describes Eastern Associated Coal Corp's program of recruiting. 

2745. NEW RIVER SITUATION 

Coal & Coke My 1, 1904 14-15. 

Attack on the mismanagement and inactivity of the operators. 

2746 NEW RIVER AND KANAWHA OPERATORS FORM NEW COMPANY 

Coal & Coke Ja 11, 1901 13-14. 
The New River & Kanawha Coal Co. 

2747 NEW YORK AND RICHMOND COAL COMPANY 

Charter and by-laws. New York: Pruden & Martin's Steam 
Print, 1857. 19p. 

2748. NOLD, H. E. 

Uses of coal in the ceramic industry. AIME. Transactions 
108: 380-99 1934. 



315 



2749. NOLDEN, CAROL 

Coal R&D demands greater industry involvement. Coal 
Mining & Processing Ja 1976 52-56. 

The coal industry should play a greater role in the expenditure of 
federal R&D funds for coal research. 

2750. OLIN, H. L. 

Some aspects of the Iowa coal problem. Iowa Geological 
Survey. Technical Paper 2: 3-8 1930. 

Analysis of the decline of Iowa coal production. 

2751. OUTLOOK AND RESEARCH POSSIBILITIES FOR BITUMINOUS COAL 

Washington. 1956. 52p. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. Informa- 
tion Circular 7754 ) . 

2752. PARKER, EDWARD W. 

Coal briquetting in the United States. AIME. Transactions 
38: 581-620 1907. 

Appeared also in slightly different form in Bulletin 316 of the 
USGS, pp 460-85. 

2753. PATTON, JAMES L. 

Vocational education in coal mining. Kentuclo Mining In- 
stitute. Proceedings 6: 9-35 1945/46. 

Selected high schools in the coal regions should include vocational 
training in mining. 

2754. PENSE, RONALD A. 

The Bureau of Mines restoration work in Appalachia. Ap- 
palachia Feb 1971 18-20. 

2755. POLZIN, PAUL E. 

Water use and coal development in eastern Montana. Mon- 
tana Business Quarterly Autumn 1974 5-35. 

2756. POPE, GEORGE S. 

The purchase of coal by the Government under specifica- 
tions. Washington: GPO, 1910. (USGS. Bulletin 428). 

2757. PRESTON, DENNIS R. 

Bituminous coal mining vocabulary of the eastern United 
States. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin, 1969. 209p. 

2758. PROPOSAL FOR INCORPORATING THE BEN LOMAND COAL CO. 

Richmond: T. W. White, 1837. 38p. 



316 



2759. RAY, FRANK A. 

The Ohio coal supply and its exhaustion. Columbus 1914. 
46p. (Ohio State University. College of Engineering. Bul- 
letin 12). 

2760. REITH, JOHN W. 

Coal supply of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Journal of Geo- 
graphy 48: 71-77 1949. 

2761. REITH, JOHN W. 

The decline of coal mining in the Danville district, Illinois; 
its causes and effects. Dissertation. Northwestern Univer- 
sity. 1950. 

2762. RESERVE RASE OF RITUMINOUS COAL AND ANTHRACITE FOR UN- 
DERGROUND MINING IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES 

Washington: GPO, 1974. 428p. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. 
Information Circular 8655). 

"The coal reserve base is defined for coalbeds having sufficient 
thickness for underground mining within a depth range compatible 
with economic recovery". 

2763. RHODES, REN 

Appalachian coal companies grow timber as a crop. Min* 
ing Congress Journal Ja 1953 27-30. 

2764. RICE, GEORGE S. 

Stabilize industry, conserve coal, and protect miners. 
American Labor Legislation Review 30: 109-13 1940. 

2765. ROGERS, h. o. 

Saving the coal industry. Survey Graphic 26: 326-29 1937. 

2766. ROPIEQUET, R. W. 

Difficulties I have met in coal litigation. American Mining 
Congress. Proceedings 19: 354-60 1916. 

Lack of organization, cooperation, etc., within the industry. 

2767. ROTHWELL, RICHARD 

Coal production of the .United States. AIME. Transactions 
5: 375-80 1876/77. 

2768. rowe, j. w. f. 

The coal industry in Great Britain and the United States. 
Economica (ns) 6: 200-13 1926. 



317 



2769. RUBENSTEIN, STANLEY AND HAROLD WOLFSON 

Appalachian small mine industry rebuilds damaged repu- 
tation. Public Relations Journal Oct 1967 54-56. 

Account of efforts of the National Independent Coal Operators As- 
sociation to improve the public image of small mine operators. 

2770. RUTLEDGE, J. J. 

Demonstration coal mines. AIME. Transactions 63: 945- 
52 1920. 

2771. SCOTT, JEFFREY 

Coal lease assignments. Natural Resources Lawyer 8: 467- 
80 1975. 

2772. SENSATIONAL JOURNALISM AND THE COAL MINING INTERESTS 

Colliery Engineer 12: 13 1891/92. 

Editorial complaint that many papers "frequently convey the idea 
to general readers that colliery owners and colliery officials are as a 
rule a set of inhuman fools." 

2773. SHOWALTER, W. J. 

Coal— ally of American industry. National Geographic 34 
407-34 1918. 

Useful as a source of excellent contemporary photographs of many 
aspects of the mining industry. 

2774. SHURICK, ADAM 

An analysis of the Ohio Mining Commission's report. Coal 
Age 5: 167-70, 196-200 1914. 

2775. SKINNER, B. F. 

A digest of decisions of the Anthracite Board of Concilia- 
tion. Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1928. 258p. 

2776. SLOSSON, EDWIN E. 

The coming of the new coal age. Smithsonian Institution. 
Annual Report 1927: 243-53. 

"We stand at the opening of a new era in the utilization of coal." 

2777. SMITH, ELDON D. AND OTHERS 

Economic costs and benefits of rural road improvement 
in the eastern Kentucky coal fields. Lexington, 1973. 27p. 
(Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Research Re- 
port 18). 

2779. SMITH, SAMUEL R. 

The black trail of anthracite. Kingston, Pa., 1907. 114p. 
318 






2780. SOUTH DAKOTA. STATE PLANNING BOABD 

South Dakota coal. Brookings, 1936. 47p. 

2781. SPEARE, MORRIS E. 

The coal industry. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Bellman, 
1957. 32p. (Vocational and professional monographs, No. 
89). 

2782. STEVENSON, GEORGE E. 

Reflections of an anthracite engineer. New York, 1931. 
238p. 

2783. SEW ART, ETHEL R. 

Mechanization of coal mines in West Virginia. Thesis. 
University of Virginia. 1937. 

2783a. STINNETT. LANDY A. AND OTHERS 

Availability of potential coal supply through 1985 by qual- 
ity characteristics. Washington: Federal Energy Adminis- 
tion, 1976. v.p. 

2784. STRATON, JOHN W. 

Some effects of mechanization in the bituminous coal in- 
dustry. Thesis. University of Pennsylvania. 1949. 

2785. STROUP, RICHARD AND WALTER THURMAN 

Will coal gasification come to the northern great plains. 
Montana Business Quarterly Winter 1976 33-37. 

2786. SUTHERLAND, HOWARD 

The bituminous coal industry; debate in the Senate of the 
United States, June 8, 1922. Washington: GPO, 1922. 31p. 

2787. TENNESSEE. STATE PLANNING COMMISSION 

Problems surrounding the distribution of convict-mined 
coal in Tennessee. Nashville, 1938. 14p. 

2788. TETRA TECH, INC. 

Energy from coal: a state of the art review. Washington: 
GPO, 1976, vp. 

2789. TIDEWATER COAL EXCHANGE 

n.p. [1917]. 27p. 

Booklet gives objectives, regulations, membership, etc., of the Ex- 
change. 



319 






2790. TOOTHMAN,-FRED R. 

Conveyor mining in West Virginia. Thesis. West Virginia 
University. 1946. 104p. 

2791. TRYON, F. G. 

Control statistics of coal production and distribution. 
J AS A 17: 314-25 1920. 

2792. TRYON, F. G. AND OTHERS 

Employment and related statistics of mines and quarries. 
Philadelphia, 1937. 133p. 

2793. U. S. BUREAU OF MINES 

Final Environmental [impact] statement: surface subsi- 
dence control in mining regions. Washington. 1976. vp. 

2794. U. S. BUREAU OF MINES 

Mining industry of the United States of America. Washing- 
ton, 1922. 62p. 

2795. U. S. BUREAU OF MINES 

Sampling and evaluating respirable coal mine dust: a train- 
ing manual. Washington: GPO, 1971. 47p. (U. S. Bureau 
of Mines. Information Circular 8503). 

2796. U. S. BUREAU OF MINES. MINERAL SUPPLY 

Analysis of the availability of bituminous coal in the Ap- 
palachian region. Conducted in cooperation with the Of- 
fice of Air Programs, Environmental Protection Agency, 
under working fund agreement. Pittsburgh, Pa., 1971. 72p. 
(Distributed by National Technical Information Service, 
Springfield, Va. PB-202 363). 

2797. U. S. COMPTROLLER GENERAL 

Role of federal coal resources in meeting national energy 
goals needs to be determined and the leasing program im- 
proved. Washington, 1976. 69p. 

Report is critical of the Interior Department's handling of federal 
coal resources. 

2798. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE OF INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS 

Coal. Hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Coal 
Research, on the establishment of a research and develop- 
ment program for the coal industry. Washington: GPO, 
1957. 579p. 



320 



2799. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS 

Coal. Hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Coal 
Research pursuant to H. Res. 400, to authorize a study 
leading to the establishment of a research and develop- 
ment program for the coal industry. Washington: GPO, 
1956. 164p. 

2800. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS 

Findings and recommendations of special subcommittee on 
coal research. Washington: GPO, 1957. 91p. 

2801. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOR- 
EIGN COMMERCE 

The products of the Ohio Valley, especially coal, consider- 
ed in reference to the Nicarauga Canal; statement of Gov- 
ernor MacCorkel of West Virginia, May 9, 1896. n.p. 1896. 
34p. 

2802. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS 

Hearings held before the Committee on the public lands 
of the House of Representatives January 27 and 30, 1911, 
on H. R. 32080 "to provide for the leasing of coal lands in 
the district of Alaska and for other purposes." Washington: 
GPO, 1911. 99p. 

2803. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON THE BUDGET. TASK 
FORCE ON PHYSICAL RESOURCES 

Coal liquefaction. Washington: GPO, 1975. lOp. 

2804. U. S. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 

Alaska coal contracts. Washington: GPO, 1911. 3 vols. 

2805. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS 

Leasing of the segregated coal deposits of the Choctaw 
and Chickasaw Nations in Oklahoma. Washington: GPO, 
1942. lOlp. 

This is the "basic" hearing on this subject. There were also hearings 
during 1943 on S. 314 and H. R. 1859. both dealing with essentially 
the same matter. 

2806. U. S. CONGRESS SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS 

Alaska coal lands. Washington: GPO, 1955. 195p. 

Concerns the Secretary of the Interior's "alleged failure to build 
the Alaska railroad spur." 

321 



2807. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSU- 
LAR AFFAIRS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON MINERALS, MATERIALS AND 
FUELS 

Federal coal leasing program. Hearings. Washington: 
GPO, 1974-. 

2808. U. S. CONGRESS. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COL- 
UMBIA 

Coal situation in the District of Columbia. Washington: 
GPO, 1926. 224p. 

2808a. u. s. council on wage and price stability 

Study of coal prices. Washington, GPO. 1976. 97p. 

2809. U. S. FEDERAL FUEL DISTRIBUTOR 

Final report. Washington: GPO, 1923. 51p. 

Final report of Federal Fuel Distributor to President of United 
States, Sept. 21, 1923. 

2809a. u. s. general accounting office 

Federal coal research— status and problems to be resolved. 
Washington, 1975. 95p. 

2810. U. S. NATIONAL ARCHIVES 

Preliminary inventory of the records of the Solid Fuels Ad- 
ministration for War. (Record Group 245). Washington, 
1951. 39p. (Its Publication No. 52-6. Preliminary Inventor- 
ies No. 34). 

2811. URWICK, CURRIE LTD. 

The Nova Scotia coal industry. Ottawa, 1957. 34p. 

2812. USE FOR OLD COAL MINES 

Black Diamond 16: 819 1896. 

Abandoned coal mines are ideal for raising mushrooms. 

2813. THE VANISHING IOWA COAL MINE 

Annals of Iowa 30: 142-43 1949. 

2814. WADLFJGH, F. R. 

Hampton Roads coals. Coal Age 6: 702-7 1914, 7: 165-69, 
331-34, 375-77 1915. 

Covers "all phases of marketing and shipping the different coals 
handled at Hampton Roads." 



322 



2815. WARD, W1LLARD E. AND FRANCIS E. EVANS 

Coal— its importance to Alabama. University: Geological 
Survey of Alabama, 1975. 26p. (Information Series 53). 

2816. WARRINER, SAMUEL D. 

The Anthracite Board of Conciliation. AIME. Transactions 
42: 390-402 1911. 

2816a. WECK, EGON 

New Federal Academy in Appalachia. Appalachia Dec/Jan 
1976/77 10-19. 

Beckley, W. Va. is the site of the National Mine Health and Safety 
Academy. 

2817. WHTTLATCH, ELBERT E. 

Coal gasification in southeastern Ohio: water supply and 
demand. Columbus: Ohio State University, Water Re- 
sources Center, 1975. 77p. 

2718. WILDER, HENRY J. 

Agriculture in the coal regions of southwestern Pennsyl- 
vania. In U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Yearbook, 1909. 321- 
32. 

2819. WILFONG, HARRY DEAN 

A cross-validation study of a mining foreman selection key, 
devised from the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality In- 
ventory. Thesis. West Virginia University. 1957. 

2820. WILLIAMSON, H. A. 

The relation of forestry to coal mining. West Virginia Coal 
Mining Institute. Proceedings 1912 302-12. 

2821. WOLFLE, LEE M. 

Radical third-party voting among coal miners, 1896-1940. 
Dissertation. University of Michigan, 1976. 261p. 



2822. WOLKINS, GEORGE G. 

The coal panic of 1917-1918. Massachusetts Historical So- 
ciety. Proceedings 65: 582-92 1932/36. 

The "panic" was caused by an extreme shortage of coal in New 
England. 

2823. WYLER, SAMUEL S. 

Fundamentals of our coal problem. Columbus, Ohio, 1929. 
40p. 

323 



2824. YANCIK, JOSEPH J. 

Coal research and development. Mining Engineering Feb 
1974 96-98. 

2825. YOUNG, LEWIS H. 

Public reputation of the mining industry. Mining Congress 
Journal Ja 1972 37-40. 

"The public reputation of the mining industry can be summed up 
in one terse, concise expression: it's lousy." 

2826. ZANOLLI, s. w. 

The coal miner in a larger scale, highly mechanized, high- 
ly integrated, bituminous coal mining plant. Thesis. Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh. 1948. 

2827. ZIMMERMAN, M. B. 

The supply of coal in the long-run: the case of Eastern 
deep coal. Cambridge: MIT Energy Laboratory, 1975. 82p. 



324 



Subject & Aulto* Owkx 



Aaronson, Terri 1829 

Abbott, Grace 1427, 1428 

Abdnor, Joseph S. 1896 

Accidents SEE Mine disasters, safety 

Acid mine drainage SEE Mine drain- 
age 

Acuff, Reece 1632 

Adams, James Taylor 2301 

Adams, John W. 330 

Adams, Robert T. 331 

Adams, Russell K. 332 

Adderfer, Evan 333 

Adelman, M.A. 1633 

Advertising SEE Marketing 

Agor, Joseph 2626 

Ahrenholz, Gladys 1429 

Air pollution 1743, 1786, 1842, 1868, 
2707a 

Alabama 7, 72, 114, 277, 291, 447, 448, 
791, 792, 997, 1299, 1592, 1629, 
1682, 1846, 2082, 2100, 2272, 2274, 
2296, 2380, 2440, 2452, 2460, 2480, 
2500, 2501, 2521, 2539, 2540, 2547, 
2569, 2584, 2593, 2683, 2815 

Alabama Coal Commission 791 

Alabama Coal Operators Association 
792 

Alaska 223, 455, 583, 1653, 1680, 1823, 
2446, 2454-56, 2471, 2472, 2477, 
2491, 2494, 2495, 2544, 2606, 2715, 
2802, 2804, 2806 

Albright, Charles 793 

Aldridge, M.D. 2627 

Alexander, Roy 1897 

Alford, Newell G. 2628 

Alinsky, Saul 794, 795 

Allen, Daniel 796 

Allen, Gerald E. 2273 

Allen, Henry J. 797 

Allen, Joseph H. 2433, 2434 

Allison, Robert 2 

Allred, Charles E. 1430 

Althouse, Ronald J. 1431, 2194 

Amax Coal Co. 334 

American Civil Liberties Union 798, 
799 



American Constitutional Association 
1432 

American Engineering Council 335 

American Institute of Mining and 
Metallurgical Engineers 3 

American Institute of Mining, Metal- 
lurgical, and Petroleum Engineers 
336 

American Miners Association 1406 

American Railway Association 1634, 
1635 

Ammons, Elias M. 800 

Anderson, David H. 1898 

Anderson, George J. 801 

Anderson, L.C. 802 

Anderson, Richard J. 1928 

Anderson, William H. 2329 

Andreuzzi, F.C. 1898a 

Andrews, E.B. 2435 

Andrews, John B. 2157 

Andrews, W.H. 2158, 2160 

Andros, Stephen 0. 2629 

Angle, Paul M. 803 

Ankeny, Marling J. 337 

Ansley, Fran 804, 805, 2302, 2303 

Anson, Charles F. 806 

Ansted, D.T. 4 

Anthracite 3, 5, 6, 15, 18, 21, 27a, 33, 
40, 45, 46, 62, 65, 74, 88, 90, 91, 104, 
109, 110, 126, 127, 136, 144, 150, 
154, 155, 188, 189, 191, 192, 211, 
221, 222, 226, 232, 235, 239, 267, 
271, 272, 273, 292, 298, 338, 345, 
351, 355, 356, 468, 484, 520, 543, 
556, 557, 564, 576, 588, 590, 596, 
602, 614, 615, 616, 624, 633, 646, 
720, 722, 749, 750, 759, 765, 767, 
771, 786, 789, 807-12, 818, 823, 826, 
854, 862, 863, 869, 896, 912, 919, 
928, 929, 938, 939, 972, 1064, 1065, 
1066, 1081, 1083, 1090, 1099, 1100, 
1131, 1139, 1151, 1153, 1170, 1176, 
1188, 1191, 1210, 1211. 1217, 1250, 
1259, 1269, 1289, 1300, 1325, 1328, 
1342, 1352, 1367, 1368, 1380, 1382, 
1384, 1404, 1412, 1424, 1442, 1465, 



325 



1466, 1493, 1524, 1527, 1532, 1575, 
1596, 1609, 1627, 1686, 1688, 1701, 
1705, 1741, 1752, 1798, 1863, 1866, 
1878, 2063, 2106, 2148, 2184, 2227, 
2280, 2316, 2320, 2322, 2436, 2438, 
2505, 2518, 2550, 2596, 2598, 2613, 
2626, 2676, 2680, 2706, 2710, 2733, 
2779 

Anthracite Board of Conciliation 
2775, 2816 

Anthracite Bureau of Information 
807, 808 

Anthracite Coal Production Control 
Plan 338 

Anthracite Coal Strike Commission 
811, 1095, 1145, 1176, 1188, 1259, 
1342 

Anthracite Operators 811 

Appalachian Agreement 842, 1241, 
1332, 1333 

Appalachian Coals, Inc. 360, 502 

Appalachian Region 37, 38, 339, 386, 
421, 434, 560, 561, 674, 692, 1204, 
1431, 1433, 1438, 1510, 1517, 1518, 
1529, 1534, 1552, 1581, 1770, 1830, 
1848, 1858, 1859, 1861, 1867, 1867a, 
1886, 1894, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1943, 
1944, 1945, 1947, 1967, 1979, 1994, 
2056, 2062, 2084, 2104, 2142, 2155, 
2182, 2294, 2334, 2344, 2370, 2379, 
2400, 2513, 2614, 2615, 2717, 2735, 
2736, 2754, 2763, 2769, 2796 

Appalachian Regional Commission 
1830 

Appalachian Volunteers 1503 

Appraisal of coal lands SEE ALSO 
Taxation 343, 380, 381, 382, 383, 
425, 426, 496 

Aquizap, Roman B. 1433 

Arbitration 797, 934, 986, 1063, 1117, 
1118, 1159, 1233, 1304, 1423 

Arble, Meade 1433a, 1434, 1435 

Archbald, Hugh 340, 814 

Archer, C.H. 1436 

Arizona 113, 1899, 1913, 1992, 2025 

Arkansas 1281, 1437, 2431, 2443, 
2470, 2474, 2583, 2595 

Arkansas. State Emergency Relief 
Administration 1437 

Armbrister, Trevor 815 

Armes, Ethel Marie 7 

Arnow, Hariette S. 2159 

Amy, Malcolm 2428 

Aronoff, Jacob 1288 

Aronson, Bernie 2217 

Ashburner, Charles A. 341, 2436-40 

Ashley, George H. 8, 342, 343, 2441, 
2442, 2630 



Ashley, William J. 344 

Ashmead, Dever C. 345 

Ashton, Robert 1899 

Ashurr, S. H. 352 

Association for the Welfare of Neg- 
roes in Alabama 2274 

Association of American Railroads 
1636, 1637 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail- 
way Co. 1727 

Atwood, Genevieve 1900 

Aude, T.C. 1638 

Auger mining SEE ALSO surface 
mining 1930 

Ault, James G. 1922 

Aurand, Ammon M. 817 

Aurand, Harold W. 346, 818, 819, 820 

Austin, Richard C. 1901 

Automation SEE Mechanization 

Averitt, Paul 1902, 2631, 2632 

Avril, Lawrence P. 347 

Ayer, Thomas P. 348 

Ayrshire Coal Co. 2079 

Bach, E.E. 821 

Bache, Franklin 2443 

Backman, Jules 350 

Bacon, S 2218 

Baier, E.J. 2330 

Bagge, Carl E. 1743, 1831, 2633, 2634 

Bailey, Carol 2635 

Bailey, Kenneth R. 822, 1903, 2275 

Bain, H.F. 2444 

Baker, Ralph H. 1744 

Baker, Ray S. 823 

Bakerman, Theodore 351 

Ball, Richard A. 1438 

Ballads SEE Folklore 

Ballert, Albert G. 1639, 1640 

Ballou, E. 2219 

Balsley, Howard L. 1745 

Baltimore Sun (Newspaper) 824 

Balzer, J.L. 1904 

Bancroft, Thomas B. 825 

Banks, (R.L.) and Associates 1641 

Bannard, William N. 826 

Baratz, Morton S. 827 

Barb, John Milliken 828 

Barger, Harold 352 

Barksdale, S. 9 

Barkus, Gary 353 

Barlow, James A. 2445 

Barnes, Clarence E. 1439 

Barnes, Farrell F. 2446 

Barnes, P. 1905 

Barnum, Darold T. 2276 

Bartholomew, Harvey E. 829 

Bartlett, J.H. 1642 



326 



Bass. J. Carl 1987 

Bass, N. Wood 2636 

Bassett, John W. 10 

Bastin, S.L. 11 

Battin, Joseph 625 

Bauer, F.L. 2447 

Baumgardner, Riley G. 1440 

Bayard, Charles J. 831 

Bayles, J.C. 12 

Beach, H.D. 2220 

Beachley, Charles E. 13 

Beame, Edmond M. 832 

Beddow, W.W. 354 

Beebe, A.C. 1906 

Bell, Brenda 804, 805 

Bell, Isaac L. 2448 

Bement, Alburto 1643, 2449. 2638 

Bemis, Edward W. 833 

Ben Lomand Coal Co. 2758 

Bendall, John W. 2639 

Bennett, Wallace R. 14 

Benson, David C 1686 

Benson, H.W. 834 

Bentivegna, Joseph J. 2331 

Bentley, J.G. 1441 

Benzanson, Anne 451 

Berger Associates 355 

Berisford, Frank D. 1907 

Berkowitz, David A. 1832 

Berle, A.A. 835 

Bernheimer, F.P. 356 

Bernstein, Irving 836 

Bernstein, P.J. 1908 

Berry, Wendell 1909 

Berthoff, Rowland 1442 

Berwind-White Co. 1190 

Beshoar, Barron B. 837 

Bethell, Thomas N. 838, 839, 1833, 
2221 

Bethell, Tom 839a 

Beury. William 1443 

Bezanson, Anne 357 

Bibliographies 1912, 1965, 1986, 2009, 
2058, 2128a, 2683, 2686, 2687, 2711 

Bielicki, Richard J. 358 

Biesecker, J.E. 1834 

Bikerman, Jacob J. 1835 

Billinger Robert D. 15, 16 

Bimba, Anthony 840 
Binder, Denis 1911 
Binder, Frederick M. 18, 19, 20 
Bishop, Bill 840a 
Bitler, John R. 1979 
Bituminous Coal Acts 1744, 1746, 
1766, 1793, 1805, 1806, 1808, 1812, 
1813, 1814, 1818 
Bituminous Coal Commission 1744, 
1750, 1764, 1773, 1817, 1819, 1822 



Bituminous Coal Operators Associa- 
tion 573, 1189 
Bituminous Coal Operators' Special 

Committee 843-847 
Bituminous Coal Research, Inc. 1912 
Bituminous Coal Trade Association 

454 
Black lung SEE ALSO Health 407, 

1275, 1598, 1784, 2372, 2421-25 
Black Lung Association 2363a 
Black Mesa 1899, 1913, 1992 
Blakely, J. Wes 1836, 1914-17 
Blanchard, D.E. 21 
Blankenhorn, Heber 849, 850 
Blankenship, Rondal C. 360 
Bliss, J.A. 1644 
Blizzard, William C. 851 
Bloch, Louis 361, 852 
Bobick, Thomas G. 2640 
Boccardy, Joseph A. 1918 
Bockus, C.E. 362 
Bodle, William W. 1837 
Boecklin, Werner 363 
Boettner, John L. 1919 
Bogen, Jules I. 1645 
Bondurant, Donald M. 364 
Bonosky, Phillip 2222 
Boone, James W. 1646 
Boone, Joel T. 2420 
"Bootleg"mining" 613, 660 
Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc. 365, 366 
Borne, Lawrence R. 22 
Borrelli, Peter 1901 
Borsodi, William 2642 
Bosselman, Fred P. 1920 
Boston. Chamber of Commerce 367 
Bott, M.W. 2450 
Bottomley, J.A. 1921 
Boughton, Edward J. 855 
Boulding, Russell 368 
Bovenizer, Robert V. 1922 
Bowden, Kenneth L. 1923 
Bowden, Witt 369, 856, 857 
Bowen, Eli 23, 24 
Bowman, Mary J. 370 
Boyer, Mary J. 25 
Boyer, R.F. 2223 

Boyle, William A. (Tony) SEE ALSO 
United Mine Workers of America 
868, 1098 
Bracker, Milton 1445 
Bradley, Alexander 1408 
Bradley, Joseph G. 371, 858, 1377 
Brady, S.D. 2451 
Brainerd, Alfred 2277 
Bramwell, J.H. 2225 
Brandt, L. 1446 

Branscome, James 859. 860, 1924, 
1925 

327 



Branson, Branley A. 1926 

Bratton, Sam T. 26 

Bray, S.A. 2687 

Bredeweg, Harry W. 1927 

Breitenstein, A.J. 505 

Breslin, John J. 1928 

Brewer, W.M. 2452 

Bridges, Leonard H. 27 

Brinsmade, R.B. 2453 

Bristow, J.W. 1929 

British Coal Mining Productivity 

Team 2643 
Britnell, Jim 2332 

Broad form deed 37a, 76, 2093, 2154 
Brock, Samuel M. 1930, 1931 
Broderick, Grace N. 372 
Broehl, Wayne G. 861 
Brom, Thomas 1933 
Brooks, Alfred H. 2454, 2455, 2456 
Brookside strike 813, 830, 864, 888, 

916, 937, 940, 1143, 1321, 1348, 

1416, 1420 
Brooks, David B. 1932, 1934, 1935 
Brooks, John G. 862, 863 
Brophy, John 865, 866, 867 
Brosky, A.F. 1447 
Brotherhood of Locomotive engineers 

1113, 1326, 1330 
Brown, George M. 2457 
Brown, Joseph E. 250 
Brown, Malcolm J. 1448 
Brown, Murray C. 2333 
Brown, P. 373 
Brown, Robert 2458 
Brown, Robert E. 1936 
Brown, Roger 600 
Brown, Rollo W. 1449 
Brown, Stuart 868 
Brown, W.K. 27a 
Brownell, Baker 1450 
Bruere, Robert W. 869 
Bryant, Harold L. 1974 
Bubka, Tony 870 
Buch, John W. 28 
Buchanan, John A. 374 
Buchanan County, Virginia 61, 404 
Buck, S.M. 2459 
Buck, William J. 29 
Buckley, Thomas 2224 
Buffalo, New York 311, 491 
Buffalo Creek (West Virginia) 1833, 

1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1847, 1864, 

1870, 1872, 1879, 1884, 1890, 1892, 

2234a, 2332, 2350, 2392, 2399, 2417 
Buis, Lois S.C. 1451 
Bull, Marcus 30 

Bureau of Cooperative Medicine 2334 
Burke, J.W. 2460 



Burke, Stephen P. 375 
Burlingame, M.G. 182 
Burness, H.S. 2644 
Burroughs, Wilbur G. 1937, 2461 
Burrows, John S. 376 
Bush, B.F. 2462 
Butler, Richard 1616 
Byars, J.C., Jr. 871 

C & K Coal Co. 555 

Calarie, Edwin P. 2335 

CaldweU, Nat 872 

Caldwell, Walter 2645 

California 107 

Callahan, Jacqueline 1938 

Callahan, John C. 1938 

Campbell, M.R. 2463 

Campbell, Robert S. 1939 

Campbell, Rolla D. 377 

Campbell, Roy E. 32 

Campbell, Thomas C. 378, 1647, 1647a 

1648 
Canada 2646-50, 2666, 2696, 2811 
Canada. Commission on Conservation 

2646 
Canada. Royal Commission on Coal 

2648, 2649 
Canada. Statistics Canada 2650 
Canals 6, 1677, 1678, 1700, 1709 
Cannel coal 2630, 2651, 2724 
"Captive" mines 757, 873 
Carbon County Historical Society 33 
Cardi, Vincent 1940 
Cardiff Coal & Iron Co. 2464 
Carlson, Alvar W. 34 
Carlson, Clarence G. 1941 
Carlson, Fred A. 1649 
Carmin, Robert L. 2465 
Carnes, Cecil 874 
Carpenter, Samuel 35 
Carr, Joe D. 874a 
Carritt, G. 875 
Carter, Charles F. 876, 877 
Carter, Edward W. 379 
Carter, Richard 2336 
Cartlidge, Oscar 36 
Caruso, John A. 1650 
Cary, Lorin L. 878, 879 
Casey, Kathryn P. 2652 
Cashman, Joseph T. 880 
Cassano, James 2653 
Cassidy, Robert 881 
Castner, Curran and Bullitt 31 
Caudill, Harry M. 37, 1453, 1454, 

1840, 1942-46, 2041, 2128 
Caudill, James K. 37a 
Caudill, Rebecca 38 
Cederstrom, D.J. 1947 
Center for Science in the Public 



328 



Interest 1948 
Central Pennsylvania Coal Producers' 

Association 883 
Ceramics 2748 
Chadwick, Robert A. 39 
Chafin, Don 283 
Chamberlain, J.G. 1455. 1456 
Chamberlain, John 884 
Chamberlain, Neil W. 885 
Chamberlin, Rollin T. 2226 
Chamberlin, J.W. 1651 
Chance, Henry M. 2466, 2654 
Chandler, Alfred D. 40 
Chance, H.M. 380-83, 2227 
Chaplin, Herman W. 886 
Chaplin, Ronald L. 384 
Chapman, Mary L. 41 
Charlie, Edwin G. 385 
Charles River Associates 386 
Charmbury, H.B. 1949 
Charwick, Douglas 42 
Chase, Nina R. 1950 
Chemcial Industry 466 
Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad 95, 1652, 

1714 
Chesterfield Railroad Co. 1663 
Chicago Coal Board 2655 
Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin Coal 

Co. 117 
Child Labor 1525, 1526, 1527, 1550, 

1609, 1627 
Children and youth SEE ALSO child 

labor 1473, 1480, 1498, 1531, 1535, 

1536, 1539, 1541, 1604, 1623, 1625, 

2383 
Childs, C.G. 43 
Childs, Marquis W. 887 
Chironis, Nicholas P. 1951 
Christenson, C.L. 387, 388, 389, 2158, 

2160 
Christiansen, John R. 1484 
Christy, David 44 
Church, Ruth 1457 
Cimarron Coal Co. 2048 
Cincinnati, Ohio 59 
Cist, Jacob 45 
Cist, Zachariah 46 
Claghorn, Clarence R. 2467 
Clague, Ewan 2337 
Clapp, Thomas C. 889 
Clark, J.M. 890 
Clark, Paul R. 1653 
Clark, Stanley 47 
Clark, Walter 891 
Clayton, E.E. 390 
Clegg, Herman D. 2656 
Cleveland, Ohio 241, 322 
Clifford, Albert J. 48 
Clinchfield Coal Co. 401 



Clute, F.P. 2228 

Clyde. Edward W. 1747, 1952 

Coal and Coke Railway Co. 1650 

Coal Commission SEE U.S. Coal 
Commission 

Coal Mine Health and Safety Act 
SEE Federal Coal Mine Health and 
Safety Act 

Coal River Land Co. 2483, 2519 

Coal River Railroad Co. 2571 

Coal Trade Association of Indiana 
2657 

Coalgate, Jerry L. 1843, 1843a 

Coates, Harold W. 59 

Cobb, William H. 60 

Cochran, John A. 895 

Cochran, William 1844 

Cochrane, John L. 2161 

Cohn, E. 402, 403 

Coke 100, 269, 316, 535, 2528, 2549 

Cole, E.L. 896 

Cole, Lewis G. 2338 

Cole, William G. 2338 

Coleman, Elizabeth D. 1658 

Coleman, James W. 897, 898 

Coleman, McAlister 899, 900, 1749 

Coleman, Ron 61, 404 

Coles, Robert 1459, 2339 

Collective bargaining 635, 895, 901, 
952, 953, 959, 991, 1111, 1170, 1212, 
1308 

Collier, Arthur J. 2470-72 

Collins, Elizabeth 1534 

Collis, Edgar L. 2340 

Colorado 22, 314, 612, 799, 800, 829, 
831, 835, 837, 855, 857, 894, 901-908, 
915, 918, 924, 925, 950, 954, 992, 
1005, 1019, 1029, 1087, 1125a, 1129, 
1137, 1140, 1207, 1208, 1227, 1246, 
1253, 1294, 1305, 1344, 1346, 1347, 
1350, 1351, 1470, 1501, 2099, 2109, 
2493, 2510, 2514, 2518, 2548, 2567, 
2572, 2599, 2607, 2618-20, 2699 

Colorado Industrial Commission 902 

Colorado Mine Operators' Associa- 
tion 903 

Colorado National Guard 904 

Colorado. Special Board of Officers to 
Inquire into the Armed Conflict 
905 

Colorado State Federation of Labor 
906 

Colton, Henry 2473 

Comanor, William S. 405 

Committee of Coal Mine Managers 
908 

Committee on Public Administration 
Cases 1750 

Commons, John R. 2278 



329 



Communism 1209, 1290, 1322, 1371 

Company stores 75a, 86, 148, 1577, 
1590, 1599, 1601 

Competition 375, 378, 379, 405, 424, 
450, 467, 469, 476, 483, 574, 575, 
577, 587, 590, 602, 606, 641, 694, 
707, 740, 746, 759, 767, 777 

Computers 651 

Conant, C.B 62 

Conaway, James 1954 

Conoway, Orrin B. 1751 

Cone, Frederick L. 407 

Conley, Phil 63, 64 

ConneUsville, Pa. 100, 269 

Conroy, Jack 1460 

Conservation SEE ALSO Environ- 
mental effects 2691, 2731 

Consolidation Coal Co. 13, 175, 411, 
487, 1595, 1845, 1922 

Convict labor 70, 804, 921, 956, 1039, 
1267, 2787 

Coolidge, William H. 910 

Conner, Eli T. 1752, 1955 

Corbin, David 911 

Corlsen, Carl 2676 

CorneU, Robert J. 912 

Cornforth, Carol 1957, 1958 

Coronada Coal Company 1152 

Corrigan, James J. 65, 2229 

Cort, John C. 913 

Cost of living 497, 588 

Costello, E.J. 914 

Costello, J. 2341, 2342 

Costigan, Edward P. 915 

Council of State Governments 1960 

Cowan, Donald R. 412 

Cowan, Paul 916 

Cowley, Malcolm 1461 

Cox, Titus A. 2395 

Craig, Roy 1961 

Crane, W.R. 1962, 2474-80 

Crawford, Bruce 1462 

Crawford, Charles B. 917 

Creditor, Morris 1659 

Creel, George 918 

Cressey, Paul Frederick 1463 

Crews, Ralph 413 

Crum, W.L. 414 

Cubby, Edwin A. 66, 67 

Culin, Stewart 919 

Culver, Harold E. 1963 

Cummings, John 920 

Currie, Robert D. 2162 

Curth, Ernest A. 2163 

Cushing, George H. 415 

Cuvellier, I.C. 1660 

Cyrnak, Anthony W. 1964 

Daddow, Samuel H. 2658 



Dahl, H.D. 1661 

Daily Telegraph. (Bluefield, West 

Virginia) 69 
Dalsted, Norman L. 1965, 2481 
Dana, Samuel T. 1966 
Daniel, Pete 70, 921 
Danielson, V.A. 1846 
Danville and Pottsville Railroad 1656 
Dauphin & Susquehanna Coal Co. 71 
Davenport, S.J. 2164, 2165 
David, John P. 416 
Davies, Matthew J. 2659 
Davies, William E. 1847 
Davis, Blaine A. 417 
Davis, Franklin R. 922 
Davis, Grant 2015 
Davis, Jerome 923 
Davis, Richard L. 2284 
Davis, W.T. 924, 925 
Dawson, J.W. 1662 
Day, David T. 418 
Dean, Lois 1464 
Deans, Parke P. 419 
Deasy, George F. 420, 1967, 1968, 

2505, 2660 
De Bow, James D. 72 
Decker Coal Co. 2151, 
Dee, Norbert 1848 
Deep River Mining & Transportation 

Co. 153 
Deimel, Robert W. 926 
Deitschman, G.H. 2037 
Deju, Raul A. 2661 
DeLauretis, Frank T. 1466 
Demand SEE Supply & demand 
Dempsey, Stanley 1753 
Dennett, Tyler 927 
Dennison, Henry S. 928 
Densmore, Raymond E. 1466a 
Denton, Alma 1467 
Depletion 515, 518 
Derby, George 74 
Derzay, Raymond 2662 
Destler, Chester 929 
Devine, Edward T. 422, 1754, 2663 
Dewees, Francis P. 930 
Diakun, R. 2330 
Dials, George E. 423 
Dick, Charles 1755 
Dick, W.J. 2646 
Dickens, Hazel 2304 
Dickman, Irving 1969 
Diehl, Richard A. 424 
Dietrich, Charles C. 1970 
Dietto, Frank J. 2166 
Dillon, Lacy A. 2232 
Dilworth, John B. 425, 426, 2482 
Dinkel, R.M. 1971 
DTnvilliers, E.V. 2483 



330 



District of Columbia 716, 2808 
Dix, Keith 931-34 
Dixon, Harry M. 427 
Dodrill, Gordon 75a 
Doerr, Arthur 428, 1849. 2484-88 
Dogs 130, 2695 
Domico, Jim 2305 
Donley, Robert T. 1972 
Donnegan, John J. 429 
Donnelly, Clarence S. 2234 
Dorland, Jack A. 430 
Dos Passos, John 935 
Dotson, John A. 2665 
Dougherty, John J. 2167 
Dowling, Donaldson B. 2666 
Downing, Thomas F. 1468 

Doyle, F.J. 1850 

Doyle, William S. 1850a, 1973 

Drake, Charles H. 1475 

Drake, Richard B. 76 

Draper, Theodore 935a 

Draper, Warren F. 2344, 2345, 2346, 

2347 
Dreese, George R. 1974 
Drum, E.C. 1975 
Drum, Francis J. 936 
Drummond Co. 448 
Drury, Doris 2168, 2169 
Drury, Horace B. 431, 432 
Dryden, Ian G. 2667 
Duffield, John 432a 
Duggan, Carroll 1976 
Duluth 433 
Dunbar, Anthony 937 
Dunbar, Fred C. 434 
Dunham, James 435 
Dunlap, Louise C. 1977 
Dunn, Stephen F. 436 
Durand, E. Dana 938 
Durand, Walter 437 
Durrett, Harold L. 2668 
Dwyer, Kenneth J. 2279 

Eastern Associated Coal Corporation 

439, 2744 
Eastern Gas & Fuel Associates 133 
Easton, H.D. 2489 
Eastover Mining Co. SEE Brookside 

strike 
Eaton, Amos 78 
Eaton, Cyrus 872 
Eavenson, Howard N. 79-84, 440, 

1469, 1756, 2170 
Eberling, Ernest J. 939 
Eckel, Edwin C. 438 
Ecology SEE Environmental effects 
Economics 330-790 
Edgerton, B.R. 1978 



Edmonson, Nathan 441 
Edmunds, William E. 2669 
Education SEE ALSO Training 325, 

1436, 1470, 1557. 1604, 1617. 2665 
Edwards. Debbie 940 
Edwards. J.H. 1471 
Edwards, M.W.A. 442 
Edwards. R.G. 2670 
Edwards, William S. 2490 
Edwardsville, Pa. 1472 
Eggleston, Richard C. 2671 
Elder, James L. 2672, 2713 
Electric power production 385, 435, 

472, 547, 666, 728, 760, 773, 774, 

1832, 1924 
Ellis, Mabel B. 1473 
Elsom, C.H. 85 
Emery, James A. 2673 
Emmet, Boris 941 
Employment 352, 384, 440, 443 
Energy & Environmental Analysis, 

Inc. 1757 
Enman, John A. 86 
Enterline, Philip E. 2348, 2349 
Environmental effects SEE ALSO 

Reclamation 1829-1895, 1918, 1926, 

1941, 1968, 1973, 1986, 2145, 2687 
Environmental Research and Appli- 
cations, Inc. 1851 
Equipment 2, 28, 358, 625, 1910, 1962, 

2732 
Erikson, Kai T. 2234a, 2350 
Ernst, Harry W. 1475 
Esfandiary, Mary S. 2674 
Ethnic groups SEE Racial and ethnic 

groups 
Evans, Chris 942 
Evans, Francis E. 2815 
Evans, George W. 2491, 2492 
Evans, Robert J. 1979 
Evans, William B. 1980, 1981 
Everest, Herbert A. 444 
Everett, Woodrow W. 943 
Explosions SEE Mine disasters 
Export trade 457, 553, 554, 566, 567, 

581, 653, 702, 709, 1633, 1641 

Fairbanks, W. L. 89 

Fairmont, West Virginia 97, 186, 941, 

1292 
Fairmont Coal Co. 2236 
Falk, Leslie A. 2351, 2352 
Faltermayer, Edmund 445, 1982 
Family 1518, 1519, 1568 
Fay, A.H. 2216, 2237 
Fay, C.L. 1476 
Feder, Bernard 944 
Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety 

Act 1751, 1765, 1768, 1787, 1826, 



331 



2741 
Federal Council of the Church of 

Christ 945, 946 
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland 

446 
Federation of Miners and Mine 

Laborers of West Virginia 947 
Feldman, Julian 1983 
Fell, Jessee 90, 111, 126, 191, 211 
Fene, W.J. 2176 
Fenneman, N.M. 2493 
Fenoli, John R. 948 
Fernow, B.E. 2675 
Ferris, B.G. 2353 
Fetherling, Dale 949 
Fey, Arthur W. 2676 
Field, Lewis 2354 
Fies, Milton H. 447 
Filippelli, R.L. 949a 
Fink, Walter H. 950 
Finley, Joseph 951 
Finley Coal Co. 2221 
Firmstone, William 91 
Fish and wildlife 1860, 1918, 1987, 

2087, 2108, 2156 
Fisher, Cassius A. 94 
Fisher, Howell 95 
Fisher, James G. 96 
Fisher, Stan 448 

Fisher, Waldo E. 449-51, 952, 953 
Fisher, Walter L. 2494 
Fishman, Leo 452 
Fishman, Betty G. 452 
Fitch, John A. 954, 955 
Fitzpatrick, John 1401 
Fitzpatrick, John S. 1477 
Fledderus, Mary L. 453 
Fleming, A.B. 97 
Fleming, Henry S. 454 
Flinn, R.H. 2355 
Florance, J.E. 2495 
Floyd, Willie M. 98 
Flynn, Elizabeth G. 2677 
Fohl, W.E. 456 
Folklore 212, 2301-28 
Foner, Philip S. 956 
Forbes, J.J. 1758 
Forbes, R.D. 2678, 2679 
Foreman, W.E. 1984 
Forestry SEE ALSO Reclamation 

2671, 2675, 2678, 2679, 2763, 2820 
Forsythe, J.R. 458 
Foster, J.S. 2680 
Foster, Jack Richard 957 
Foster, John F. 460 
Foster, John W. 1664 
Foster, William Z. 958 
Foster Associates, Inc. 459 
Fowler, Charles B. 959 



Fowler, George L. 1478, 2496 

Fox, Harry D. 960 

Frank, B. 961 

Frank, E.R. 961a 

Frank, N.R. 2353 

Franklin, Ben A. 1985, 2171 

Frawley, Margaret L. 1986 

Frazier, Edward K. 461 

French, Jack 1479 

Freytag, R.C. 99 

Frick Coke Co. 100, 316 

Friedman, Morris 963 

Friends, Society of 1480, 1481, 1546, 

1560, 1584 
Frisch, Isadore 101 
Friscia, August B. 462 
Fritz, W.G. 463 
Fuller, Carol A. 964 
Fuller, Justin 464 
Fulton, John 2497 

Gage, E. Lyle 2356 

Gagliardo, Domenico 965 

Gale, Hoyt S. 2493, 2498 

Gallagher, Mary B. 966 

Gandy, Harry L. 465, 1759 

Gannes, Harry 967 

Ganyard, David W. 466 

Garfield, James R. 1760 

Garnsey, Cyrus 1761, 1762 

Gartin, Edwin V. 968 

Gash, Stephen L. 1987 

Gasification 336, 460, 536, 541, 621, 
676, 711, 731, 732, 739, 2670, 2703, 
2785 

Gasper, Donald 2499 

Gates, Lathrop M. 1988 

Gauger, A.W. 2681 

Gay, Katherine 969, 970 

Gebhart, John G. 971 

Geer, Max Richard 1852 

General Policies Committee of An- 
thracite Operators 467, 972, 973, 
974 

George, Henry 975 

George, J.R. 1834 

George, John E. 976, 977 

George's Creek Coal & Iron Co. 102 

Georgia 250, 291 

German, Ralph H. 1763 

Germans 1124 

Germer, Adolph 878, 1089 

Gershuny, William A. 1765 

Geyer, Wayne A. 1989 

Giardino, Dennis A. 2640 

Gibbons, P.E. 1482 

Gibbs and Hill, Inc. 2682 

Gibson, A.M. 103, 2500, 2501 

Gilbert, Oscar E. 2683 



332 



Gilbertson, H.S. 2684 
Gilfillan, Harriet W. 1483 
Gillenwater, Mack H. 103a 
Gillespie, Marie 2685 
Ginger. Ray 104, 468 
Girard, Stephen 135, 310 
Gitlow. A.L. 469 
Gladden. James W. 1484 
Glass, Gary B. 2686 
Glasser, Carie 978 
Gleason, Arthur 979, 980 
Glenn. L.C. 105, 2502 
Glover, Thomas O. 1665 
Gluck, Elsie 981 
Goldberg, Everett F. 1990 
Goldenweiser, E.A. 470, 1764 
Goldstein, Morris 1991 
Goldwasser, T. 1485 
Gompers, Samuel 982, 983, 984 
Goodman, Gordon T. 2687 
Goodrich, Carter 1486, 1487, 1488 
Goodyear, Watson A. 2503 
Gordon, Leland 1489 
Gordon, Richard L. 471, 472, 2688 
Gordon, Suzanne 1992 
Gordon, Zachariah 291 
Government Regulation 174, 1729, 
1743-1828, 1875, 1896, 1903, 1906, 
1911, 1919, 1920, 1934, 1936, 1940, 
1948, 1952, 1956, 1972, 1977, 1983, 
1988, 1996, 2005, 2034, 2042, 2044, 
3047, 2059, 2074, 2082, 2084, 2085, 
2090, 2134, 2135, 2136, 2138, 2155, 
2157, 2166, 2203-14. 

Gowaskie, Joseph M. 984a, 984b 

Gowan, F.B. 694 

Gradv, William H. 473 

Graebner, William 106, 2172-74 

Grafton Coal Co. 1951 

Graham, Herman D. 1993 

Grauman, Lawrence 985 

Gray, George 986 

Grayson, Charles 474 

Greeks 208 

Green, Archie 956, 2307-12 

Green, Edward M. 1765 

Green, Jerry E. 1994 

Green, Stephen H. 2504 

Green, William 988, 989 

Greenback-Labor Party 997 

Greenbaum, Fred 990 

Greenbaum, Margaret E. 474a 

Greenburg, William 1995 

Greene, Charles S. 107 

Greene, Homer 2690 
Greene, Joseph A. 1667 
Greene, Victor R. 2280, 2281, 2282, 
2283 



Greenslade, Rush V. 991 

Greenwood Slope Colliery 115 

Gregg, Robert 108 

Greiner, John E. 1668 

Griess, Phyllis R. 1465, 1967, 1968, 

2505, 2660 
Grievance procedures SEE ALSO 

arbitration 934 
Griffin, Gerald 1490 
Griffith, W.T. 2506 
Griffith, William 109. 110, 111 
Groff, Sidney L. 1996 
Grogan, Dennis S. 992 
Groner, Isaac N. 993 
Grossman, Jonathan 994, 995 
Grube, Walter E. 1853 
Grundy County, Tennessee 181 
Guernsey, James L. 2002 
Guernsey, Lee 1971, 1998-2001, 2487 
Gundlack, Doris 996 
Gutheim. A.G. 1669 
Gutman, Herbert G. 997-1000, 2284, 

2285 
Guttridge, Leonard F. 1137 
Guyandotte Land Co. 112 
Guyer, John P. 1001 
Gwynn, Thomas A. 2003 

Haas, Albert 2004 

Haas, Eric 1002 

Haas, Frank 2691 

Hachman, Frank C. 475 

Hack, John T. 113 

Hackamack, Lawrence C. 1003 

Haelig, Arthur W. 2357 

Hagen, Bruce 2005 

Hager, Charles J. 114 

Haggerty, Thomas T. 960 

Haines, Michael R. 1490a 

Halberstadt, Baird 115 

Hale, G.E. 476 

Hale, Peter M. 2507 

Hall. Betty S. 1004 

Hall, Bob 1004a 

Hall, Clarence 2175 

Hall, Daniel 1767 

Hall, Helen 1491 

Hall, R.D. 1492, 2238, 2508, 2509 

Hall, Robert E. 477 

Halliburton Company 1854 

Hambridge, Jay 1493 

Hamill, R.H. 1494 

Hamill. W.S. 89 

Hamilton, Patrick A. 2691a 

Hamilton, Rex 2313 

Hamilton, Walter H. 478-81 

Hammond, Allen L. 2692 

Hammond, M.B. 482 

333 



Hand, Alfred 483 

Hand, Wayland D. 2314 

Hanes, J.E. 2510 

Hanford, Ben 1005 

Hanna Coal Co. 1922, 2021 

Hannah, H.W. 2007 

Hapgood, Powers 1006 

Hard, William 1007, 1008 

Hardee, James A. 2042 

Hardesty, C. Howard 485 

Hardesty, David C. 1768 

Harding, G.E. 2694 

Hardman, J.B.S. 1009 

Hardt, Anton 116 

Hardy, Carroll F. 2693 

Harger, Charles M. 1010 

Harlan County, Kentucky 158, 839a, 
840a, 870, 871, 914, 916, 935, 1011, 
1020, 1143, 1186, 1310, 1311, 1312, 
1315, 1321, 1362, 1371, 1420, 1463, 
1497, 1617, 2327, 2564 

Harless, James 397 

Harline, Osmond L. 486 

Harper, Larry 1528 

Harrell, Thomas W. 1509 

Harrington, Daniel 2176, 2177, 2178 

Harrington, George B. 117 

Harris, A.L. 2287 

Harris, Evelyn 118 

Harris, Fred 1011 

Harris, George W. 487 

Harris, Herbert 1012 

Harris, Sheldon H. 1013 

Harrison, Fairfax 1670 

Harrison, George 1769 

Harrison, S.M. 1014 

Harshbarger, Richard B. 488 

Hartman, R.A. 1671 

Hartsock, D. Lane 119 

Harvey, Curtis E. 488a, 489 

Harvey, Helen B. 120 

Harvey, Katherine A. 121, 122, 1015 

Haughee, J.W. 2695 

Haught, Oscar L. 2511 

Haupt, Herman 123 

Hawley, Ellis W. 124 

Hayden, F.V. 125 

Hayes, Charles W. 2512, 2513 

Hayhurst, E.R. 2358 

Haynes, W.W. 370 

Haynes, William H. 490 

Hazard, Erskine 126. 127 

Health 74, 1629, 2329-2432, 2795 

Hebley, Henry F. 1855 
Hecker, David B. 1015a 
Hedgepeth, William 1495 
Hedlin, Menzies & Associates 2696 
Hedstrom, Eric L. 491 



Heinrich, Oswald J. 128, 26972 

Hemphill, William E. 1672 

Henderson, James M 492, 493, 494 

Henry, John P. 495 

Henry, Patricia A. 1016 

Herlihy, Ann 1017 

Herling, John 1018 

Hermelin, Samuel G. 129 

Herndon, Lyle K. 1856 

Herrin Massacre 803, 845, 943, 1184 

Herrington, Fred 1019 

Hertsgaard, T.A. 1516 

Hess, Arthur E. 2359 

Hess, J.W. 193 

Hesse, Alfred W. 496 

Hester, Patrick 1034 

Hevener, John W. 1020 

Hewett, G.C. 2514 

Hewitt, Abram S. 1013 

Hibbs, William 2698 

Hicken, Victor 1021 

Higgins, Ian'T. 2360, 2361 

Higgins, Wallace W. 130 

Hildebrand, John K. 1022 

Hildreth, S.P. 131 

Hileman, Douglas H. 2699 

Hill, F.A. 2515 

Hill, Jack K. 2008 

Hill, Joseph 1023 

Hinds, Roy W. 1024 

Hinrichs, Albert F. 1025 

History 1-329 

Hitchcock, E. 134 

Hodge, James M. 2516 

Hodgson, Bryan 1496 

Hoerr, J. 1026 

Hoffman, Betty Hannah 1497 

Hoffman, Glenn J. 2009 

Hoffman, John N. 135, 498 

Hoffman, Phil 2239 

Hogg, E. 2700 

Holbrook, E.A. 2701 

Holbrook, Stewart H. 1027 

Holland, Charles T. 533, 1770, 2179 

Hollandsworth, Genevieve 1498 

Hollister, G. 2010 

Holloway, Richard B. 1028 

Holm, Edwin E. 499 

Holmes, Charles 1029, 2517 

Holmes, Grant 2011 

Holmes, J.A. 2180 

Holmes, Leslie A. 1673, 2702 

Holt, Homer A. 1030 

Holwerk, David 1031 

Hooper, Wallace D. 500 

Hoover, Herbert 124 

Horsley, Albert 1027 

Hosea, R.M. 2518 



334 



Hospitals SEE Health 
Hotchkiss, Jedediah 2519 
Hotchkiss, Willard E. 501, 1032 
Hours of work 449, 451, 520, 814, 1185 
Housing 1446, 1458, 1469, 1494, 1499, 
1502. 1506, 1532. 1533. 1559, 1563, 
1591, 1621. 1626 
Howard. Herbert A. 2012. 2013. 2014. 

2181 
Howard-Smith, I. 2703 
Howe. R.E. 502 
Hubbard, O.B. 274 
Hudson, Harriet D. 1033 
Hudson, Hugh H. 1857 
Hudson, James F. 1674 
Hudson Coal Company 136 
Hudson Institute 503 
Huebner, A.F. 1499 
Huge, Harry 2339 
Hughes, Francis W. 1034 
Hughes, George W. 2520 
Hughes, Mary M. 1035 

Hull, Authur M. 2704 

Hume, Brit 1037 

Humphry, Hiram B. 2240 

Hunt, Edward E. 1771, 1772 

Hunt, Thomas S. 2521-23 

Hunter, Murray. B. 2373 

Hurst, Mary B. 137 

Hurst, Thomas E. 504 

Husband, Joseph 1500 

Huskinson, Frank 1501 

Hutchinson, Spencer 505 

Hutchison, M.K. 2419 

Hutnik, Russell J. 2015 

Hutson, Andrew C. 1038, 1039 

Hyatt, R.E. 2363 

Ickes, Harold L. 1040 

Illinois 117, 138, 139, 140, 157, 204, 
243, 264, 384, 427, 428, 568, 632, 
643, 761, 762, 775, 803, 845, 852, 
853, 887, 943, 948, 998, 1021, 1041, 
1042, 1043, 1044, 1047, 1121, 1159, 
1179, 1184, 1225, 1405, 1408, 1427, 
1448, 1450, 1464, 1467, 1485, 1500, 
1509, 1512. 1537, 1562, 1563, 1576, 
1592, 1600, 1607, 1611, 1615, 1643, 
1673, 1715, 1921, 1929, 1957, 1963, 
1993, 2007, 2011, 2016, 2017, 2037, 
2089, 2115, 2241, 2242, 2249, 2250, 
2257, 2265, 2266, 2278, 2358, 2449, 
2486, 2488, 2526, 2623, 2629, 2702, 
2761 
Illinois. Bureau of Labor Statistics 

2241 
Illinois Coal Operators Association 

139, 506, 1041, 1042 
Illinois Coal Strippers Association 



2016 
Illinois. Dept. of Mines and Minerals 

140 
Illinois. Special Commissioners 1044 
Illinois. Strip Mine Investigation 

Commissioners 1044 
Illinois. Strip Mine Investigation 

Commission 2017 
Imbach. Theodore F. 2705 
Imboden, John D. 141 
Imhoff, Edgar A. 2018 
Immigrants SEE Racial and ethnic 

groups 
Indiana 77. 99, 390, 486, 957, 1628, 
1643, 1664, 1675. 1938, 1971, 1998, 
2000, 2001, 2002, 2020, 2039, 2040, 
2046, 2657 
Indiana Coal Association 1675 
Indiana Coal Producers Association 

2020 
Indians 1799, 1899, 2025, 2805 
Industrial Workers of the World 

1045, 1046 
Institute on Man and Science 1502 
International Carbon & Minerals 

Group 704 
International Union of Mine, Mill and 

Smelter Workers 1027 
Inter-University Case Program 1773 
International Labor League 1047 
Iowa 132, 147a, 263, 287, 507, 740, 
1606, 2239, 2326, 2554a, 2750, 2813 
Iowa. State Planning Board 507 
Irwin, N.O. 508 
Irwin, William G. 142 
Island Creek Coal Co. 509, 652, 910 
Isley, Ralph 706 
Italians 231, 999 
Ites, Alfred 1048 
Itter, William A. 1049 

Jackson, Bruce 1503 
Jackson, Charles T. 143 
Jackson, Daniel 510, 511, 512 
Jackson County, Ohio 259 
Jacksonville Agreement 832 
James, Charles M. 450, 513 
James, Thomas C. 144 
James River 145 
Japan 640 
Jarrett, F.G. 2525 
Jensen, Billie 1050 
Jensen, Richard J. 1051 
Jewell Ridge Coal Company 1471 
Jillson, Willard R. 146, 147 
Johnsen, Julia E. 1774, 1775 
Johnson, Allen J. 2706 
Johnson, Arthur F. 2707 
Johnson, Cynthia 147a 



335 



Johnson, Elizabeth S. 1054 
Johnson, James P. 514, 1055, 1776 
Johnson, Jasper 2526 
Johnson, Linda 2021 
Johnson, Ole S. 148 
Johnson, Robert E. 703 
Johnson, Virginia B. 1777 
Johnson, Walter J. 2527 
Johnson, Walter R. 149-53 
Johnston, Richard M. 1676 
Joint Conference of Coal Operators 

and Coal Miners 1056, 1057 
Jones, Alfred C. 154 
Jones, Charles 0. 2707a 
Jones, Chester L. 1677, 1678 
Jones, David R. 1058 
Jones, Eliot 155, 1679 
Jones, F. Addison 515 
Jones, Frank A. 1720 
Jones, Mary H. (Mother) 932, 949, 

1059, 1060, 1061, 1094, 1123a, 1135, 

1155. 1292, 1295. 1391, 2308 
Jones, Paul M. 2022 
Jones, Richard W. 2686 
Jones, W.G. 2023 
Jordan, Margaret W. 1504 
Josephy, Alvin M. 2024, 2025 
Joslin, Falcon 1680 
Journalism 911, 1162. 2772 
Judkins, Bennett M. 2363a 
Justi, Herman 1062, 1063 
Jutelis, Victoria 1505 
Kalisch, Philip A. 2242 
Kanarek, Harold K. 1064, 1065, 1066 
Kanawha Coal Co. 2546 
Kanawha Valley 32, 64, 242, 297, 816, 

2582 
Kansas 119, 231, 307, 685, 797, 965, 

1010, r028, 1327, 1962, 2094, 2243, 

2478, 2479 
Kaplan, SteUa A. 1506 
Kapp, Frederic T. 2417 
Karaska, Gerald J. 2708 
Karp, Michael 2709 
Karsch, Carl G. 1507 
Karsh, Bernard 1068 
Katell, Sidney 516, 517, 1647a 
Katz, Max 1859 
Keating, William 156 
Keely, Josiah 1069, 1508 
Keenan, Charles M. 2244 
Keeney, Frank 1414 
Kehoe, John 1070 
Keighley, F.C. 2528 
Keiser, John H. 157 
Keith, Herbert 1681 
Keith, Jean E. 1682 
Kelemen, Thomas A. 158 



Keller, Alvin G. 2026 

Keller, Joseph H. 518 

Kelley, Jay H. 519 

Kellog, P.U. 1014 

Kelly, James F. 1509 

Kemball, K.W. 2463 

Kemp, James F. 2710 

Kennecott Corp. 1780 

Kennedy, Thomas 989 

Kennedy, Thomas F. 1071, 1072 

Kennell, H. Richard 521 

Kent, Raymond P. 1073 

Kent, W.H. 2182 

Kentfield. Calvin 2027 

Kentucky 10, 11, 37a, 41, 76, 101, 146, 
147, 158, 159, 160, 195, 213, 214, 
220, 255, 256. 301. 306, 370, 474a, 
488a, 489, 508, 529, 636, 798, 813, 
830, 839a, 840a, 864, 870, 871, 874a, 
875, 888, 892, 914, 916, 935, 937, 
940, 967, 985, 1011, 1020, 1024, 
1031, 1120, 1136, 1142, 1143, 1186, 
1194, 1277, 1288, 1310, 1311, 1312, 
1315, 1321, 1348, 1362, 1370, 1371, 
1416, 1420, 1447, 1451, 1454, 1461, 
1463, 1469, 1473, 1484, 1490, 1495, 
1497, 1503, 1515, 1543, 1558, 1561, 
1564, 1568, 1583, 1598, 1617, 1624, 
1630, 1718, 1846, 1934, 1948, 1999, 
2012, 2013, 2014, 2022, 2028, 2029, 
2033a, 2048, 2049, 2085, 2093, 2095, 
2149, 2154, 2181, 2217, 2218, 2221, 
2231, 2261, 2327, 2378, 2428, 2433, 
2434, 2461, 2482, 2489, 2506, 2542, 
2564, 2568, 2597, 2608, 2711, 2777, 
2778 

Kentucky Coal Mining Co. 159 

Kentucky Fuel Co. 249 

Kentucky. General Assembly 160 

Kentucky. Geological Survey 2711 

Kentucky. Legislative Research 
Commission 2028 

Kentucky Strip Mining and Reclama- 
tion Commission 2029 

Kenworthy, Wilmer E. 2712 

Kerr, Lorin E. 2364-68 

Kesel, Richard H. 161 

Key, Marcus M. 2369 

Keyes, Charles R. 162 

Kiessling, O.E. 522, 523, 2030 

Kilby, Thomas E. 791 

Killebrew, Joseph 2529, 2530 

Killeen, John F. 524, 1074 

Kimball, James P. 2531 

King, Clyde L. 525 

King, F.A. 1075 

King, L. 1683 

King, Lawrence T. 1076 



336 



Kinney, Edward C. 1860 
Kirbv. Richard M. 1077 
Kirchway. Freda 1078 
Kish, Gabe 526 
Kissell, F.N. 2245 
Klock, Joseph J. 1079 
Kneeland, Frank H. 2031 
Knights of Labor 1015, 1124 
Knipe, Edward E. 1510, 1511, 1519 
Kodrowskv, William G. 2183 
Koenig, George A. 2532 
Koenig. Robert 2032 
Kolbash, Ronald L. 1861 
Kolde, Endel Jakob 527 
Korson, George 2310, 2314-22 
Kouzian, A. 373 
Krafft, Fred A. 1080 
Krebs, Frank J. 118 
Krebs, Girard 1862, 2033 
Kube, W.R. 2672, 2713 
Kuhn. H.A. 2533 
Kulp, George B. 163 

Labor relations 388, 389, 508, 791- 

1426, 2274, 2280, 2281, 2282, 2283, 

2296 
Labor requirements 374, 402, 403, 

532 
Lacey, John W. 1082 
Lackawanna Iron & Coal Co. 537 
Laing, James T. 165, 2289, 2290 
Lainhart, William S. 2370 
Laird, Wilson M. 1941 
Lake Erie Bituminous Coal Exchange 

2714 
Lamb, George A. 528 
Lambie, Joseph T. 1685 
Landy, Marc K. 2033a 
Lane, Alfred C. 2534, 2535 
Lane, John Q. 1083 
Lane, Winthrop D. 1084, 1085, 1086 
Lang, Robert 2045 
Langdon, Emma F. 1087, 1088 
Lansing, R.R. 166 
Lantz, Herman R. 1512 
Lapp, N. Leroy 2371 
Larkin, R.P. 1863 
Larsen, Thomas A. 2034 
Larwood, Gary M. 1686 
Lash, Terry R. 1778 
Laslett, John H.M. 1089 
Lathrop, John E. 2715 
Lauck, Rex 1091, 1864 
Lauck, W.J. 1513, 1687, 1688, 2184 
Laurel County; Kentucky 11, 195 
Lavine, Irvin 167 
Lawson, John R. 837 
Lawson, William F. 2185 



Leach, Paul R. 1008 
Learner, Laurence 168. 1092. 1514 
Leasing SEE Government Regulation 
Lebus, William F. 529 
Leckie, William 85 
Lee, Howard B. 1093 
Lee, Jennie 1515 
Leeds, Joseph 1094 
Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co. 73, 
169, 170, 171, 217, 288, 530, 1095 
Lehigh Coal Mine Co. 92 
Leibenguth, C. 2035 
Leigh ton, George R. 172 
Leisenring, E.B. 531 
Leiserson, William M. 1096 
Leistritz, F.L. 1516, 1965, 2481, 2715a 
Leo Kramer, Inc. 532, 2372 
Leonard, Joseph W. 533, 2179 
Lesher, C.E. 534, 535, 668, 2716 
Leshy, John D. 1778 
Lesley, J.P. 2717 
Lessing, Lawrence 536 
Letcher. Duane A. 2718 

Levine, Milton D. 2373 
Lewis, Arthur H. 1097, 1098 
Lewis, Helen M. 1511, 1517-19 
Lewis, John L. (About) 183, 254, 794, 
853, 866, 872, 874, 884, 913, 961, 
961a, 962. 966, 988. 993. 1002, 1009, 
1016, 1036, 1052, 1053, 1091, 1144, 
1150, 1182, 1187, 1235, 1256, 1271, 
1289, 1306, 1314, 1324, 1388, 1389 

Lewis, John L. (By) 1099-1116 

Lewis, Robert S. 2536 

Lewis, Thomas L. 117, 118 

Lewis, W. David 537 

Lewis, William D. 1779 

Lezius, Walter G. 2719 

Libby, John H. 538 

Lieben, Jan 2374 

Light, Ed 2035a 

Lignite 34, 167, 539, 582, 1985, 2073, 
2567, 2672, 2713 

Ligutti, Father 1606 

Lilienthal, Daisy M. 1119 

Lilienthal, David E. 540 

Limstrom, G.A. 2036, 2037, 2038 

Lind, Owen T. 1939 

Lindsay, J.J. 1520 

Linton, Ron M. 1120 

Liquefaction 336, 707, 711, 2670, 2703, 
2803 

Little (Arthur D) Inc. 541, 542 

Little Schuylkill Navigation, Railroad 
& Coal Co. 251 

Lively, C.E. 1086 

Livingston, William J. 1523 

Lloyd, Henry D. 929, 1121 

337 



Loaf, T. 1122 

Lockshin, M.D. 2375 

Logan, Samuel C. 1123 

Logan Coal Operators Association 

173 
Logan County, W.Va. 120, 137, 173, 

283, 300, 319, 1307 
Lohmann, Karl B. 1524 
London, Jack 1068 
London, Kentucky 1312 
Long, Priscilla 1123a 
Long, Stephen C. 2720 
Longin, Thomas C. 174 
Lopez, Lorreda 2631 
Lopushansky, Joseph 2323 
Lord, N.W. 2721, 2722 
Lorenz, Walter C. 1865 
Loring, Robert D. 2039, 2040 
Louisville and Nashville Railroad 1682 
Love, George H. 175 
Love, Robert A. 543 
Lovejoy, Owen R. 1525, 1526, 1527 
Lovell, Hugh G. 836 
Loving, Rush 1780 
Lowery, William 1689 
Lowitt, Richard 1124 
Lowrie, Raymond L. 544 
Lozier, John 1528 
Lubin, Isador 545 
Lucas, John W. 546 
Lucas, Joseph R. 547 
Lucas, Rex A. 220, 2246, 2247 
Lucy, Ernest W. 1125 
Lund, Richard L. 460 
Luther, Edward T. 2537 
Lycoming Coal Company 176 
Lynch, Edward A. 1134 
Lynch, Lawrence R. 1126 

Mabry, Scott H. 1793 
McAdam, Dunlap J. 1781 
McAteer, James Davitt 1833, 2186, 

2187 
McAuliffe, Eugene 177, 178, 548 
MacAvoy, Paul W. 1690 
McCabe, James D. 1127 
McCain, D.L. 1661 
McCalley, Henry 2539, 2540 
McCarthy, Colman 1529 
McCarthy, Justin 1128 
MacCartney, John C. 1866 
McCaslin, Hugh 1459 
McCauley, Ray L. 179 
McClane, William 180 
Maclean, Annie M. 1530 
McCloud, Leland W. 549 
McClurg, Donald J. 1129 
McConagha, William A. 1130 
McConnell, George W. 1131 



MacCorkle, William A. 2723 

McCormick, Allen 181 

McCormick, Kyle 1132, 1133 

McCullough, David G. 2041 

McDonald, David J. 1134 

McDonald, Rita 182 

McDowell, Ira L. 1691 

McDowell Recorder 1135 

McFarland, Charles K. 183 

Macfarlane, Graham 2542, 2724 

Macfarlane, James 2541 

McGill, Nettie P. 1531 

McGinley, Patrick C. 2041a 

McGoldrick, Joseph 1136 

McGovern, George S. 1137 

McGraw-Hill Department of Econom- 
ics 550 

Maguire, Don 2248 

Machinery SEE Equipment 

Machisak, John C. 2188 

Mackey, Terrence 2042 

McKie, James W. 551 

M'Killop, James 2543 

McLeod, A.A. 2725 

McNair, Mary B. 2191, 2192 

McParlan, James 817 

Maddala, G.S. 552 

Magnusson, Leifur 1532, 1533 

Maguire, John 210, 1782 

Mahany, Rowland B. 1138 

Mailly, William 1139 

Maloney, John 1534 

Management 340, 354, 456, 468, 492, 
493, 494, 594, 605, 705, 1032, 1161, 
2684, 2696 

Maneval, David R. 2043, 2044 

Manley, Robert N. 184 

Mansfield, Harvey C. 1692 

Marble, Samuel W. 1140 

Marcus, Irwin M. 1141 

Marja, Fern 1535 

Marketing 330, 413, 415, 417, 429, 
502, 533, 546, 585, 685, 698, 701, 
758, 783, 789, 2642 

Markham, Edwin 1536 

Markon, George 553 

Marks, Avrum 554 

Marley, Harold P. 1142, 2726 

Marshall, Eliot 1143 

Marshall, L.C. 1693 

Marshall, J.J. 2727 

Martens, Charles D. 555 

Martin, Albro 184a 

Martin, G.C. 2544 

Martin, John B. 1144, 1537, 1538, 
2249 

Martin, Joseph E. 2376, 2377 



338 



Mary Evengela, Sister 1145 

Maryland 12, 68. 89, 102, 121. 122, 
185. 200, 228, 234, 304, 313, 846. 
1015, 1124, 2509, 2520, 2560 

Maryland Mining Co. 2520 

Maryland University. Bureau of Busi- 
ness and Economic Research 185 

Mason, Arthur J. 2728 

Mason, Richard H. 1914 

Mason County, West Virginia 82, 249 

Massay, Glenn F. 186, 1783 

Massie, William A. 2378 

Mathews. P.L. 2291 

Mathews, William G. 1146 

Matson, Thomas K. 2728a 

Matthews, Ellen N. 1539 

Matthiessen, F.O. 1147 

Mauch Chunk 230, 273 

Mauer, M. 1148 

Maurer, Charles E. 1149 

Maury, Matthew F. 2545 

Maury, Richard L. 2546 

May, Morton 2045 

Mazzei, Frank Joseph 1540 

Mead, Richard R. 556 

Meade, Edward S. 557 

Mechanization 416, 443, 501, 623, 
1519. 2653, 2783, 2784, 2790 

Medical care SEE Health 

Medrick, George 949a 

Medvick, Charles 2046 

Meier, Richard L. 1923 

Meiners, Robert G. 2047 

Melder, F.E. 187 

Mell, P.H. 2547 

Melton, John R. 558 

Menefee, Seldon C. 1150 

Mercier, J.D. 27a 

Merrick, Mary A. 1151 

Merrill, William M. 559 

Merritt, Stephen E. 2048 

Merritt. Walter G. 1152, 1153 

Meriwether, F.V. 2380 

Merz, Robert 2049 

Michalik, Benjamin A. 188 

Michelson, M. 1154 

Michigan 166, 382, 2517, 2534, 2581 

Midlothian Colliery, Virginia 128, 274 

Miernyk, William H. 560, 561, 562 

Miesse, Charles 189 

Mihalek, John A. 563 

Mikeal, Judith E. 1155 

Miller, Arnold 860, 1784, 2381, 2730 

Miller, B.L. 2548 

Miller, E. Willard 564, 565, 1785, 
2050, 2549 

Miller, George L. 190 

Miller, Glenn W. 1156 



Miller, Harold W. 2382 

Miller, Iva A. 2383 

Miller, Lee H. 2384 

Miller, Nora 1541 

Miller, Rice 1157 

Miller, Saunders 565a 

Miller. Stanley 1158 

Millet. Philippe 1159 

Mills, C. Wright 1160 

Mills, Ted 1161 

Minard, Ralph D. 2292 

Mine disasters 2217-71, 2304, 2305 

Mine drainage 1830, 1834. 1835. 1856. 

1858. 1859, 1860, 1865, 1871, 1877, 

1883, 1884a, 1886, 1891, 1894 
Minear, Roger A. 1867a 
Miner, William P. 191 
Miners for Democracy 834, 1051, 

1196a, 1230, 1279 
Mining Enforcement & Safety Ad- 
ministration 2196 
Minnesota 433, 753 
Mintz, Robert E. 2051 
Mischaikow, Michael K. 566 
Missouri 25, 26, 662, 685, 2251, 2462, 

2621 
Missouri. Bureau of Labor Statistics 

2251 
Mitchell, John 981, 984a, 984b, 1165- 

70, 1293, 1383, 1398, 2731 
Mitchell, Thomas D. 192 
Mitchell, William 1148 
Mollie Maguires 793, 817, 819, 840, 

861, 897, 898, 930, 1070, 1097, 1125, 

1222, 1245 
Monell, Louis F. 567 
Monnett, Osborn 1868 
Monongah Mines Relief Committee 

2252 
Monongahela River Basin 2682 
Monopolies SEE Competition 
Montana 39, 94, 182, 1767, 1852, 1954, 

1980, 1981, 1996, 2003, 2055, 2151, 

2527, 2561, 2576, 2577, 2594, 2685, 

2755 
Montgomery, Hugh B. 2052 
Mooney, Fred 193 
Moore, Elizabeth C. 423 
Moore, James R. 568 
Moran, E.L. 1694 
Morgan, John D. 569 
Morgan, William K.C. 2385-88 
Morgis, G. 2165 
Morony, Ives Guy 1171 
Morris, Homer L. 1543 
Morris, Israel W. 570 
Morris, Thomas John 1544 
Morris and Essex Railroad 312 



339 



Morrow, Felix 1172 
Morrow, J.D.A. 571, 572, 1695, 2732 
Morse, Kenneth M. 2190 
Morton, Edward W. 1127 
Morton, Eleanor 194 
Morton, Rogers C. 2053 
Mory, Samuel A. 11, 195 
Moses, H.M. 573, 1173 
Moss, Alex 196 

Mountain Community Union 2054 
Mourat, Mary P. 197 
Moyer, Forrest T. 2191, 2192 
Moyer, Reed 574, 575, 1696 
Muckelston, Sandra 2055 
Muelhof, William E. 576 
Muhlenberg County, Kentucky 256 
Mules 2659, 2700, 2742 
Mulholland, Joseph P. 577 
Mullan, Joseph W. 1786 
Mumford, John Kimberly 2733 
Munn, Robert F. 2056, 2057, 2058 
Munroe, Henry S. 2734 
Murphy, Marion 2550 
Murphy, R.E. 578, 1545, 2550 
Murphy, Raymond 2735, 2736 
Murray, Ellen P. 1175 
Murray, Philip 1176, 1177, 1178 
Murray, T.J. 579 
Mushrooms 2705, 2812 
Musick, Ruth Ann 2324, 2325 
Muste, A.J. 1179 
Mutmansky, Jan M. 2059 
Mutschler, Paul H. 580, 1697 
Myers, James 1546 
Myers, Leroy 0. 2060 
Myers, Robert J. 1180, 1181 
Myerscough, Tom 1182 

Nader, Ralph 1183 

Nash, Harry D. 2061 

Nathan (Robert R.) Associates 581, 

582, 583 
National Academy of Engineering 

2193 
National Academy of Public Adminis- 
tration 1787 
National Coal Association 584, 585, 

1184, 1185, 2737 
National Coal Policy Conference 524, 

2738, 2739 
National Fuels and Energy Study 

Group 586 
National Committee for the Defense 

of Political Prisoners 1186 
National Independent Coal Operators 

Assoc. 2769 
National Industrial Conference Board 

587, 588, 2740 
National Mine Health and ; Safety 



Academy 2816a 
National Miners Union 870, 935a 
National Petroleum Council 589 
National Recovery Administration 

1104, 1748, 1776 
National Research Council 2391 
National Save the Miners Union 1187 
Nearing, Scott 590, 591 
Nebraska University. Committee on 

Business Research 592 
Nebraska 125, 184, 190, 592 
Negroes 997, 1453, 2272, 2273, 2274, 

2275, 2276, 2277, 2284, 2285, 2286, 

2287, 2288, 2289, 2290, 2292, 2293, 

2294, 2296, 2297, 2299 
Nellis, Lee 1547 
Nelson, C.W. 2401 
Nelson, H.L. 1548 
Nelson, Jon P. 2741 
Nelson, Wilbur A. 2551 
Nephew, E.A. 593, 2062 
Nerlove, Marc 594 
Neubert, Ann 1549 
Neumann, G.R. 2741 
New Deal 514 

New Jersey. Legislature 1698, 2743 
New Mexico 161, 739, 969, 970, 1147, 

1316, 1904, 2099, 2585 
New York 78, 286, 311, 363, 491 
New York & Richmond Coal Co. 2747 
New York City 363 
New York Coal Co. 199 
New York. Legislature 1699 
New York Public Library 1788 
New York. Public Works Dept. 1700 
Newcomb, Harry T. 1188, 1701 
Newhard, I.C. 2742 
Newhouse, Joseph 595 
Newman, C. Janet 2392 
Newspapers SEE Journalism 
Nicholls, T.D. 1191 
Nichols, Francis H. 1550 
Nicolls, William J. 200, 201, 202 
Noehren, T.H. 2343 
Noise 2640, 2662 
Nold, H.E. 2748 
Nolden, Carol 2749 
Noon, W.H. 1551 
Noonan, J. Robert 1552, 1552a 
Norfolk and Western Railroad 1685, 

1702 
Norris, R.V. 596, 597 
North, Dan 1192 
North American 203 
North Carolina 143, 153, 180, 2463, 

2466, 2507 
North Dakota 34, 167, 1516, 1941, 

1985, 2005, 2073, 2481 



340 



Northern West Virginia Coal As- 
sociation 1193 

Northern West Virginia Coal Opera- 
tors Association 2552 

Northrup, Herbert R. 2293 

Norton, Helen G. 1553 

Norton, R. Henry 2553 

Nugent, Tom 1870 

Nunn, W.L. 1419 

Nuttall, John 1554 

Nyden. Paul J. 1194-97. 2294 

Obenauer, Marie L. 1555, 1556 
O'Brien. Larry D. 1198 
O'Brien, William S. 1871 
Ogden, R.D. 2108 
OHanlon. Thomas 1199 
Ohio 35. 49, 55. 59, 75, 130, 131, 205. 
227. 241. 253, 259, 260. 278, 279, 
280, 282, 289, 321, 322, 500, 598, 
599, 664, 783, 825, 833, 844, 1198, 
1200, 1260, 1318. 1358, 1449, 1489, 
1588, 1736, 1737, 1796. 1910, 1950, 
1953, 1969, 1974, 1983, 2008, 2021, 
2033, 2038, 2077. 2078, 2086. 2087, 
2103, 2219. 2285, 2358, 2393, 2435, 
2465, 2522, 2523. 2524, 2554, 2578, 
2587, 2605, 2664, 2695, 2719, 2759, 
2774 
Ohio Chamber of Commerce 598 
Ohio. Coal Mining Commission 599 
Ohio. Dept. of Industrial Relations 

205 
Ohio. General Assembly 1200 
Ohio. Mining Commission 2554, 2774 
Ohio. State Department of Health 

2393 
Ohio State University 2722 
Oil companies SEE ALSO Competi- 
tion 424, 577, 641, 707. 777 
Oklahoma 47. 103, 1586, 1849. 2457. 

2484, 2485, 2805 
Old Dominion Coal Co. 2546 
Older, Cora 1201, 1202 
Olin, H.L. 2554a, 2750 
Olmsted, Harry 1203 
Operators' Association of the WUl- 

iamson Field 1205 
Operators associations 265 
Orchard, John E. 1789, 1790 
Oregon 1852, 2553, 2574 
Ormiston, Thomas 600 
Osage County, Kansas 119 
Osborn. Elburt F. 601 
Otto, H.H. 2063 
Owen, CE. 1557 
Owens. John W. 1206 

Pabst, William R. 602 



Packer. Mel 2253 

Packer, Paul E. 2064 

Page, William N. 1013. 1703, 2254 

Palange, Mark 1558 

Palmer, Frank L. 1207, 1208 

Palomba, Catherine A. 2194 

Palomba. Neil 2195 

Palzer, Doris 1079 

Paone, James 2065 

Papanikolas, Helen Z. 208. 209, 1209 

Parker. Edward W. 603-607, 1210. 

1211. 1559, 2752 
Parker, Glen L. 608 
Parker. Ruth L. 1560 
Parker. U.S. 1212 
Parker, W.J. 1704 
Parlow, Anita 1561 
Parry, V.F. 609 
Parsons, Floyd W. 1213. 1562, 2066, 

2255, 2510, 2555-61 
Parsons. John D. 2067 
Patterson, Joseph F. 210, 1214 
Patterson, Louise H. 211 
Patton, James L. 2753 
Patton, Norman F. 1705 
Paul, J.W. 1791. 2256 
Paul. Wolfgang 212 
Payne, Henry M. 2562, 2563 
Peabody Coal Co. 610, 1563, 1794, 

1913. 1925 
Peach Orchard Coal Co. 213 
Pearce, Albert 214 
Pearce, John E. 1564 
Pearse, Ben 1215 
Pearson, Ronald G. 611 
Peck, Maynard A. 612 
Peck, W.R. 2564, 2565 
Peltier, M.F. 2566 
Penchansky. Roy 2394, 2415 
Pendergast, John J. 2395 
Pendergrass, Eugene P. 23%, 2397 
Pennsylvania 2. 16, 17, 19, 20, 21. 24. 
27, 27a, 33, 43, 45, 46, 50, 51, 52, 53, 
56, 57, 58, 65, 86, 88, 90, 91, 92, 100, 
110, 115, 116, 126, 135, 144, 152, 
163, 164, 168, 169, 170, 172, 176, 
179, 194, 203, 210, 211, 215, 216, 
217, 218, 221, 222, 226, 228. 229. 
230, 237, 244, 245, 246, 251, 252, 
267, 268, 269, 271, 273, 276, 281, 
285, 288. 292, 294, 299, 308, 309, 
310, 311, 312, 316, 320, 328, 329, 
333, 346, 356, 394, 463, 483, 498, 
537, 555, 564, 565, 605, 613, 614, 
615, 616, 617, 618, 619, 620, 626, 
639, 661, 664. 750, 786, 793, 796, 
840, 850, 897, 898, 912, 919, 946, 
949a, 975, 999, 1000, 1001, 1006. 
1014. 1034, 1049, 1065, 1071, 1072. 

341 



1081, 1083, 1090, 1096, 1123, 1138, 
1139, 1141, 1151, 1153, 1190, 1214, 
1216, 1217, 1223, 1224, 1231, 1232, 
1245, 1272, 1273, 1289, 1302, 1343, 
1349, 1352, 1358, 1411, 1419, 1433a, 
1434, 1435, 1442, 1445, 1465, 1472, 
1482, 1483, 1490a, 1493, 1502, 1513, 
1522, 1526, 1530, 1532, 1542, 1550, 
1569, 1575, 1579, 1580, 1596, 1603, 
1612, 1616, 1627, 1709, 1713, 1741, 
1782, 1785, 1803, 1828, 1844, 1863, 
1866, 1873, 1876, 1878, 1882, 1895, 
1898a, 1948, 1955, 1968, 2023, 2031, 
2044, 2050, 2060, 2063, 2066, 2068, 
2074, 2097, 2121, 2161, 2162, 2199, 
2222, 2224, 2229, 2264, 2273, 2281, 
2282, 2283, 2318, 2321, 2322, 2323, 
2329, 2374, 2387, 2436, 2438, 2467, 
2468, 2497, 2499, 2505, 2528, 2531, 
2533, 2549, 2550, 2575, 2580, 2592, 
2596, 2598, 2613, 2624, 2626, 2654, 
2660, 2668, 2676, 2678, 2679, 2680, 
2708, 2709, 2818 

Pennsylvania. Anthracite Coal Com- 
mission 613 

Pennsylvania. Anthracite Coal In- 
dustry Commission 614, 615, 616 

Pennsylvania. Commission on Special 
Policing in Industry 1216 

Pennsylvania. Commissioners to In- 
vestigate the Bituminous Coal 
Mines 617 

Pennsylvania. Department of Mines 
and Mineral Industries 216, 2068 

Pennsylvania. General Assembly 217, 
218, 618, 1217 

Pennsylvania. Greater Pennsylvania 
Council 619, 620 

Pennsylvania Railroad 123 

Pense, Ronald A. 2754 

Pensions 576 

Perry, Harry 621 

Perry, Huey 1565 

Perry, Vernon F. 1218 

Perry County, Illinois 243 

Persee, Franklin H. 2069 

Peterson, Bill 1566 

Peterson, Robert L. 1980 

Petitt, S.W. 1083 

Petras, George S. 1219 

Pfleider, Eugene P. 2070 

Phee, Catherine A. 2257 

Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron 
Co. 48, 766, 1706 

Philadelphia & Reading Co. 393 

Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Co. 
6, 1706, 1722 

Phillipps, G. Jenkins 219 



Phillips, Cabell 1220 

Phillips, James G. 622 

Phoebus, J.W. 1221 

Pickard, Claude E. 220 

Pickell, John 159 

Pickett, Tom 623 

Pierce, James 221, 222 

Pierce, R.A. 2567 

Pierce, Richard A. 223 

Pinchot, Gifford 624 

Pineville, Kentucky 1461 

Pinkerton, Allan 1222 

Pinkertons 380 

Pinkowski, Edward 625, 1223, 1224 

Pipelines 1638, 1648, 1655, 1661, 1671, 

1717a 1719. 1723, 1724, 1738, 1739 

Pittsburgh & Buffalo Co. 244 

Pittsburgh & Midway Coal Mining 

Co. 207 
Pittsburgh & Westmoreland Coal Co. 

630 
Pittsburgh. Chamber of Commerce 

626, 1707 
Pittsburgh coal bed 80, 83 
Pittsburgh Coal Co. 1748 
Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Co. 

400 
Pittsburgh. University 2071 
Pittston Coal Company SEE Buffalo 

Plass, William T. 2072 
Pneumoconiosis SEE Health 
Pocahontas Operators Association 

225 
Pohlmann, Kenneth E. 2398 
Poles SEE Racial and ethnic groups 
Police 380, 919, 1001, 1216, 1273, 1419 
Poliniak, Louis 226 
Pollak, Katherine H. 1225 
Pollard, Benjamin C. 2073 
Pollard, Spencer D. 1226 
Pollock, John 1797 
Polskov, Walter N. 1567 
Polzin, Paul E. 2755 
Pomeroy, S. 227 
Pomeroy, Samuel W. 228 
Pope, George S. 2756 
Porter, Eugene O. 1227 
Posey, Thomas E. 627, 1228 
Petkin, Allen J. 2073a 
Potter, Charles J. 628 
Powderly, Terence V. 1372 
Powe, George R. 1708 
Powell, Allan K. 1229, 2258 
Powell, H. Benjamin 229, 230, 1709 
Powell, William E. 231 
Power, Garrett 1990 
Pratt, John B. 1792 



342 



Preate. Ernest D. 2074 

Preston, Dennis R. 2757 

Price, Tom 1872 

Price fixing SEE Competition 

Price of coal 348, 369, 375, 410, 437. 

441, 450, 492. 525, 535. 545. 549. 

624. 668. 713. 725. 733. 781. 2808a 
Priest. Whayne C. Jr. 2075 
Primack. Phil 1230 
Pritchard. Paul W. 1231, 1232 
Privratsky, Bruce 629 
Production 452, 738, 2767 
Productivity 331, 350, 352, 453, 513, 

552, 681, 683, 776 
Profits 350, 437, 470, 695, 738, 744, 

781, 782 
Progressive Miners of America 853, 

1018, 1033, 1369, 1425, 1426 
Project Independence SEE ALSO 

U.S. Federal Energy Administra- 
tion 503, 742 
Proposed Plan for Smelting Iron Ore 

with Anthracite Coal 232 
Pryde, George B. 233 
Psychological tests 2639, 2656, 2668, 

2819 
Public opinion 1981, 2077, 2078, 2080, 

2149, 2825 
Public relations 926, 1897, 2729, 2769, 

2772 
Pultz, J.L. 630, 2568 
Pundari, N.B. 2076 
Purcell, William J. 1233 

Quakers SEE Friends, Society of 
Quarles, Mary A. 1568 

Raccoon Coal & Iron Co. 44 

Racial and ethnic groups SEE ALSO 
Negroes 208. 231. 999. 1124, 1175. 
1229, 1427, 1479, 1482, 2272-2300 

Railroads SEE ALSO Names of in- 
dividual railroads, unit trains 6, 67, 
119, 1090, 1632, 1674, 1681, 1710, 
1711, 1712, 1717, 1722, 1730, 1731, 
1732. 1733. 1737, 1741. 1742. 1752, 
1810 

Ramsay, E. 2569 

Randall, D.T. 631 

Randall, James G. 1234 

Randolph, B.S. 234, 2570 

Randolph, L.S. 235 

Randolph County, West Virginia 60 

Rangell, Leo 2399 

Ranick, Elmer 236 

Rashleigh, Alice V. 237 

Raskin, A.H. 1235, 1569 

Rasmussen, Donald L. 2400, 2401 

Rasmussen, Jeanne M. 1236, 1237, 



2402 

Ratliff. Paul 1570 

Rau, Otto M. 632 

Raushenbush. Hilmar 633, 1238 

Raushenbush, Stephen 1239 

Ray, Frank A. 2759 

Ray. John R. 2077. 2078 

Raymond, R.W. 2403 

Read, Thomas L. 1240 

Reclamation 1896, 1904. 1912. 1914, 
1915, 1929, 1935, 1969, 1970. 1971. 
1976, 1978, 1979, 1988. 1990. 1991. 
1994, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2015, 2018, 
2036, 2037, 2038, 2045, 2046, 2055. 
2064, 2065, 2068, 2072, 2075. 2079. 
2081. 2083, 2090, 2091, 2106, 2107, 
2124, 2127, 2139, 2141, 2153 

Recreation 1867, 1898a, 1923 

Reddy, Nallapu N. 2080 

Reed, J.R. 1671 

Reed, William B. 634 

Rees, Albert 635 

Reeves, H.C. 636 

Reid, Ford 1420 

Reitell, Charles 637, 1711 

Reith, John W. 2760, 2761 

Reitze, Arnold W. 2084 

Religion 1523, 1572 

Renkey, Leslie E. 2085 

Reorganized Mine Workers of Ameri- 
ca 879 

Research 409, 727, 2674, 2681, 2692, 
2701, 2749, 2798, 2799, 2800. 2809a. 
2824 

Resources 2632 

Retail coal trade 418. 500. 592, 677, 
680, 710 

Reyes Associates, Inc. 2195a 

Reynolds, James E. 1571 

Reynolds, Robert J. 1243 

Reynolds, S.C. 240, 1244 

Reynolds, W.C. 2571 

Rhode Island 1, 87, 134, 248, 272, 2442 

Rhodes, Ben 2763 

Rhodes, James F. 241, 1245 

Rice, George S. 638, 2259, 2764 

Rice, James P. 639 

Rice, Millard M. 1246 

Rice, Otis K. 242 

Rich, Mark 1572 

Rich, Paul 243 

Richards, W.B. 244 

Richardson, F.L.W. 1573 

Richardson, G.B. 2572 

Richardson, Richard 245 

Richmond, William H. 246 

Rickard, Thomas A. 247 

Ridenour, George L. 1574 



343 



Ridgeway, James 640, 641, 1247 

Ridgway, Thomas S. 248 

Rieber, Michael 641a 

Riley, Charles V. 2086, 2087 

Rimlinger, Gaston 1248 

Ringer, Strawder A. 1249 

Risser, Hubert E. 642-45 

Robbins, W.B. 249 

Roberts, Derrell 250 

Roberts, Ellis W. 1873 

Roberts, James A. 1793 

Roberts, Peter 646, 1250, 1575, 2295 

Roberts, W.F. 251, 252 

Robinson, M.B. 1576 

Robinson, Neil 1251, 2573 

Rochester, Anna 1252 

Rochester and Pittsburgh Railroad 

1713 
Rockefeller, John D. 1253 
Rockville Coal Mining Co. 253 
Rockwell, Cleveland 2574 
Roden, B.F. 1577 
Roepke, Howard H. 647 
Rogan, John M. 2404 
Rogers, H.O. 2765 
Rogers, Jack 1578 
Rogers, Nelson F. 2088 
Rogers, William H. 1794 
Roller, Anne H. 2575 
Rood, Henry E. 1254, 1579 
Roosevelt, Franklin D. 961a, 962, 

1020, 1172, 1255 
Roosevelt, Theodore 1580 
Ropiequet, R.W. 1712, 2766 
Rosen, George 2405 
Ross, Hugh 254 
Ross, M.I}- 1581, 1582 
Ross, Malcolm H. 1582, 1584 
Rostow, Eugene 1795 
Rothert, Otto A. 255, 256 
Rothfus, Robert R. 1713 
Rothman, Richard M. 1256 
Rothwell, Richard 2767 
Rouse, Elaine 1257 
Rowe, J.P. 2576, 2577 
Rowe, J.W.F. 2768 
Rowland Coal Co. 510 
Roy, Andrew 257-60, 1258, 1585, 

1796, 1797, 2260, 2406, 2578, 2579 
Rubenstein, Stanley 2769 
Rudd, R.D. 2089 
Ruffin, Edmund 261 
Rutherford, George W. 262 
Rutland, Robert 263 
Rutledge, J.J. 264, 2770 
Ryan, Frederick, 265, 1586 
Ryan, John A. 1798 
Ryan, John T. 648 



Saalbach, William F. 649 

Safety 1431, 1477, 2112, 2157-2216 

Safford, Beryl M. 2407 

St. Clair Coal Company 1259 

St. John, Isaac M. 1714 

Saliers, Earl A. 1260 

Saline Coal and Manufacturing Co. 

266 
Salvaterra, A.C. 651 
Salvati, Raymond E. 652 
Sampson, R.J. 2564 
Samuels, John 704 
Sanitation SEE ALSO Health 1441 
Sauer, Nora 1261 
Saunders (W.B.) & Co. 653 
Saward, Frederick 654-58, 2580 
Sawhill, John C. 659 
Sawyer, L.E. 2090 
Saxon, George 1262 
Saye, William H. 660 
Scamehorn, Howard L. 1715 
Scanlon, David H. 2091 
Schaefer, Charles B. 2581 
Schaefer, Donald F. 267 
Schanz, John J. 661 
Schenck, George 661 
Schilling, Jane M. 885 
Schlegel, Marvin W. 1263 
Schlick, Donald P. 1874, 2196 
Schlottmann, Alan 1875, 2092 
Schmidt, Richard A. 495 
Schmidt, William F. 2329 
Schmulowitz, Jack 407 
Schneider, David A. 2093 
Schools SEE Education 
Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania 2, 

210, 329, 1049, 1612 
Scobee, Barry 2094 
Scotia Mine Co. 2261, 2266a 
Scott, Addison 2582 
Scott, George H. 1264 
Scott, Jeffrey 2771 
Scott, Karl M. 1265 
Scott, Nell 1266 
Scranton, Pennsylvania 299, 1372, 

1482, 2624 
Scranton. Board of Trade 1716 
Scrip 2645 

Searight, Walter V. 662 
Seaton, Anthony 2388 
Seawall, Frank 1649 
Seeger, Pete 1267 
Segerberg, Osborn 2095 
Seitz, Wesley D. 2096 
Selekman, Benjamin M. 1268, 1269 
Seltzer, Bob 2197 
Seltzer, Curtis 1270 
Selvin, David F. 1271 



344 



Sennig, C.F. 1148 
Shaffner, M.N. 2097 
Shalloo, Jeremiah P. 1273 
Shamokin Coal and Iron Co. 268 
Shane, Michael 1274 
Shannon, Irwin V. 1588 
Shaw, A.H. 2583 
Shaw, Ira D. 1589 
Sheafer, Peter W. 2584 
Shenandoah, Pa. 172 
Shepherd, William G. 1590 
Sheppard, Muriel 269 
Sheridan, J.E. 2585 
Sherrill, Robert 1275 
Sherwood, R.H. 2098 
Sherwood Diversified Services 511 
Shields, Art 1276 
Shoemaker, John W. 2099 
Shotts, Reynold Q. 2100 
Showalter, W.J. 2773 
Shurick, A.T. 1591, 2586, 2587 

Shurick, Adam 270, 663, 1717, 2774 

Siehl, George H. 2101 

Siems, George H. 2102 

Silliman, Benjamin 271-74 

Simmons, C.W. 2295a 

Simmons, Jesse 2588, 2589 

Simonds, Jerome H. 1799 

Simpson, Alexander G. 1592 

Simpson, Floyd R. 1800 

Sinclair, Hamish 1277 

Sinclair, Ward E. 1278, 1279 

Siney, John 1223 

Sinks, Alfred H. 2103 

Sisler, James D. 664 

Sitterley, J.H. 2104 

Sizer, Samuel A. 1281 

Skaggs, Charles P. 665 

Skelly & Loy 1876 

Skinner, B.F. 2775 

Slab Fork Coal Co. 275 

Slavs SEE Racial and ethnic groups 

Slocum, William J. 1282 

Sloss, James 1690 

Slosson, Edwin E. 2776 

Sluzalis, Stanley E. 276 

Smith, Bruce W. 666 

Smith, Eldon, D. 2777, 2778 

Smith, Eugene 277 

Smith, Frank G. 667, 1283 

Smith, George 0. 668, 669, 1284, 2590 

Smith, Grace P. 2326 

Smith, Joseph B. 2105 

Smith, Richard C. 1593 

Smith, Robert S. 1991 

Smith, Ronald W. 1877 

Smith, Samuel R. 2779 

Smith, Thomas G. 2591 



Smith, W.E. 2683 
Snelling, Walter 0. 2175 
Snow. John W. 1826 
Sopper, William E. 2106, 2107 
Smithers, F.S. & Company 670 
Smurthwaite, William 278, 279 
Socialist and Labor Star 911 
Socialist Party 1089 
Soloman, H.J. 2198 
Somers, Gerald G. 671, 672, 1285 
Songs SEE Folklore 
South Dakota 2780 
South-East Coal Company 839 
Southern Appalachian Coal Opera- 
tors' Association 1286 
Southern Exposure 1287 
Southern West Virginia Economic 

Development Corporation 673 
Spahr, Charles B. 1596 
Spaid, Ora 674 
Spalding, H.A. 636 
Spaulding, Bishop 1145 
Spaulding, Willard M. 2108 
Speare, Morris E. 2781 
Speltz, Charles N. 2109 
Spencer, K.A. 2110 
Spero, Sterling D. 1288 
Sperry, J.R. 1289 
Spicer, T.S. 1878 
Spittal, Hugh E. 2735, 2736 
Spore, Robert L. 2062, 2092, 2111 
Sprague, Stuart S. 1289a 
Squire, Joseph 2593 
Squires, Arthur M. 675, 676, 1832 
Stachura, John A. 2112 
Stacks, John F. 2113 
Stacy, Charles B. 2409 
Stanford Research Institute 2114 
Stang, Alan 1290 
Stanley, Cathy 1457 
Stanley, Louis 1291 
Starr, George W. 677 
Stearns Coal & Lumber Co. 1966, 

2146 
Stebinger, Eugene 2594 
Steel, Alvin A. 2595 
Steel, Edward M. 1292 
Steele, H.E. 2410 
Steelman, James 1597 
Steffens, Lincoln 1293 
Stein, Jane 679 
Stein, Leon 1294 
Steiner, D.E. 1440 
Stephens, Roderick 680 
Stern, Gerald M. 1879 
Stevens, Elizabeth 2262 
Stevens, Thomas H. 680a 
Stevenson, George E. 2782 



345 



Stevenson, Gloria 1295 

Stewart, Charles L. 2116 

Stewart, E. 681, 682, 683 

Stewart, Ethel R. 2783 

Stewart, Paul D. 684 

Stillman, Don 1162, 1286, 1598, 1599 

Stinnett, Landy A. and others 2783a 

Stock, A.R. 685 

Stocking, George W. 1297 

Stockton, Richard 1600 

Stoddard, C.E. 1298 

Stoddard, Paul W. 280 

Stoek, H.H. 2117, 2199, 2263, 2596 

Stone, Ralph W. 2597 

Stone, Warren S. 1113, 1326, 1330 

Storrs, Arthur H. 2598 

Storrs, L.S. 2599 

Stotesbury coal museum 93 

Stow, Audley H. 2600 

Straton. John W. 2784 

Straw, Richard A. 1299, 2296 

Strikes SEE Labor relations 

Strip mining SEE Surface mining 

Strong, Edna R. 1602 

Strong, Henry K. 281 

Stroup, Richard 2785 

Sturgeon, Myron T. 282 

Subsidence 790, 1844, 1873, 2793 

Suffern, Arthur E. 686, 1303, 1304 

Suggs, G.G. 1305 

Sulzberger, C.L. 1306 

Supply & demand for coal 372, 421, 

423, 580, 589, 737, 2688, 2728a, 

2762, 2783a, 2827 
Surface, George T. 2297 
Surface mining 1896-2156 
Sutherland, Howard 1801, 2786 
Swados, Harvey 1603 
Swain, George T. 283, 1307 
Swank, James M. 284, 285 
Sweet, Patricia A. 1604 
Sweet, Sylvanus H. 286 
Swift, Bert 1605 
Swisher, Jacob A. 287 
Switch-Back Railroad 288 
Sycamore Coal mines 75, 289 
Sydenstricker, Edgar 1308, 1309 

Tabb, William K. 688 

Taff, Joseph A. 2601 

Tabershaw, Irving R. 2414 

Taft, Philip 1294 

Tarns, W.P. 171, 290 

Tankersley, Allen P. 291 

Tariff 65, 323, 570 

Taubenhaus, Marjorie 2415 

Taxation 353, 356, 364, 377, 380, 490, 
518, 558, 560, 579, 597, 629, 636, 
639, 665, 700, 749, 2644, 2680, 2685, 



2720 

Taylor, George 292 

Taylor, Glenn R. 1718 

Taylor, John R. 689 

Taylor, Paul F. 1310, 1311, 1312 

Taylor, Richard C. 293, 294 

Taylor, Samuel A. 690 

Taylor, Warren C. 1606 

Teleky, Ludwig 2416 

Tennessee 8, 70, 105, 181, 385, 504, 
691, 804, 805, 921, 956, 1038, 1039, 
1217, 1267, 1287, 1430, 1966, 2125, 
2132, 2146, 2228, 2302, 2303, 2328, 
2378, 2464, 2473, 2529, 2530, 2532, 
2532, 2537, 2538, 2551, 2602, 2603, 
2604, 2635, 2787 

Tennessee. Bureau of Agriculture, 
Statistics and Mines 2602 

Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Co. 
108, 464 

Tennessee. Dept. of Conservation 
and Commerce 2125 

Tennessee. Energy Office 2604 

Tennessee. General Assembly 691 

Tennessee. State Planning Commiss- 
ion 2787 

Tennessee University 692 

Tennessee Valley Authority 447, 488, 
584, 693, 1881, 1924, 1925, 2095, 
2126, 2152 

Tennessee Valley Authority. Office of 
Power 693 

Tetra Tech, Inc. 2788 

Texas 98, 2437, 2563, 2609 

Texas Eastern Transmission Corp- 
oration 1719 

Tharp, Marilyn 295 

Thomas, B.B. 694 

Thomas, E.H.C. 695 

Thomas, Jerry B. 2%, 297 

Thomas, Samuel 298 

Thompson, Carol L. 1802 

Thompson, Craig 1313 

Thompson, J.C. 696 

Thompson, James H. 697-700 

Thompson, T.L. 1739 

Thornley, Fred C. 701 

Thorp, William L. 702 

Thrasher, Sue 2302 

Throop, Benjamin 299 

Thurman, Walter 2785 

Thurmond, Walter R. 300 

Tidewater Coal Exchange 2789 

Tioga County, Pa. 116, 1000, 1141 

Tippett, Thomas 1314, 1607 

Tipton, J.C. 301 

Titchener, James L. 2417 

Titler, George J. 1315 

Toenges, Albert L. 1720, 2127, 2606 

346 



Tomimatsu. T.T. 703 

Tomkins, Calvin 2128 

Tompkins, Dorothy L. 2128a 

Toohey. Pat 1316 

Toole. K. Ross 2129 

Toothman, Fred R. 2790 

Tower, Charlemagne 27 

Towson. Charles R. 1608 

Trachtenberg, Alexander 1803 

Tracy, Eleanor J. 704 

Traer, Glenn W. 705 

Trail, William R. 1317 

Training 521, 2195a, 2625, 2635, 2697, 

2718, 2721, 2722, 2734, 2740, 2753, 

2816a, 
Transportation SEE ALSO Canals, 

pipelines, railroads 6, 198, 306, 

1632-1742, 2689, 2778 
Trapnell, W.C. 706 
Treacy, John 2130 
Trester, Delmer J. 1318 
Trisko, Ralph L. 1804 
Trott, Harlan 707 
Truax-Traer Coal Co. 1883 
Truax, Chester N. 2131 
Tryon, F.G. 708, 1320, 2791, 2792 
Tugendhat, George 709 
Tung, Hong-Shoug 2132 
Tuomey, M. 302 
Turner. George E. 2715 
Turner, Harry 710 
Turner, Scott 2133 
Tyron, 523, 788 

Uhrin, David C. 358 

Unemployment 361, 431, 627, 735, 
736, 750, 775, 1178 

Union Pacific Coal Co. 233, 303 

Union Potomac Co. 304 

Unit Trains 1648, 1665, 1690, 1740 

United Anthracite Miners 1081, 1411 

United Mine Workers of America 
416, 713a, 792, 815, 819, 822, 832, 
834, 838, 844, 846, 847, 859, 866, 
867, 868, 878. 880, 881, 913, 926, 
929, 937, 942, 944, 951, 957, 960, 
989, 990, 1004, 1012, 1022, 1023, 
1025, 1026, 1030, 1031, 1035, 1037, 
1051, 1052, 1053, 1055, 1066, 1077, 
1079, 1089, 1091, 1092, 1098, 1106, 
1109, 1114, 1115, 1119, 1128, 1130, 
1150, 1152, 1158, 1161, 1163, 1173, 
1179, 1180, 1181, 1183, 1192, 1197, 
1199, 1204, 1219. 1226. 1233. 1235. 
1236, 1237, 1254, 1257, 1261, 1270, 
1275. 1276. 1278, 1279, 1280, 1291, 
1296, 1299, 1310, 1317, 1322-40, 
1361, 1366, 1374, 1375, 1402, 1403, 
1415, 1784, 1908, 2274, 2284, 2293, 
2296 



United Mine Workers of America. 

Journal 1162. 1187, 1247, 1249 
United Mine Workers of America. 

Welfare & Retirement Fund 1180, 

1181. 1215. 1264. 1341, 1360, 1400. 

2345, 2346, 2347 
U.S. Army. Corps of Engineers 1884 
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. 711 
U.S. Bureau of Labor 1343 
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 712, 

713 
U.S. Bureau of Mines 2200, 2201, 

2419, 2793-96 

U.S. Children's Bureau 1609, 2202 
U.S. Coal Commission 482, 714, 1329 

1331, 1413, 1634, 1771, 1772 
U.S. Coal Mines Administration 2420 
U.S. Colorado Coal Commission 1344 
U.S. Commission on Industrial Rela- 
tions 1345, 1346 
U.S. Commissioner of Labor 715, 

1347 
U.S. Comptroller General 1884a, 2797 
U.S. Congress. Committee on the 

District of Columbia 716 
U.S. Congress. House 305, 717, 718, 

1805, 1806, 1807, 1808 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

Education & Labor 1348, 2203-9, 

2265, 2421, 2422 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

Government Operations. 1885, 

2210 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

Interior and Insular Affairs 1809-11, 

2134-36, 2798, 2799, 2800 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce 

719, 1722, 2801, 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

Labor Troubles in Pennsylvania 

1349 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

Mines and Mining 2211 
U.S. Congress. HOuse. Committee on 

public lands 2802 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

the Budget 2803 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

the judiciary 2804 
U.S. Congress. House. Committee on 

Ways and Means 720, 721, 1812 
U.S. Congress. House. Select Com- 
mittee on Existing Labor Troubles 

in Pennsylvania 1352 
U.S. Congress. Senate 722, 723, 724, 

725, 1813, 1814 
U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 



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Commerce 1723 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Education and Labor 1353-57, 1815 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Indian Affairs 2805 

U.S. Congress. Senate Committee on 
Interior & Insular Affairs 726-32, 
1724, 1816, 2137-40, 2266, 2806, 
2807 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Interstate Commerce 733, 1358, 
1817-21 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
734 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Labor and Public Welfare 735, 736, 
1359, 1360, 1361, 2212, 2213, 2266a, 
2423-25 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Manufacturers 737, 738, 1362 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Mines and Mining 1822, 2214 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Naval Affairs 1725 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
Public Works 739 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
the District of Columbia 2808 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Special Com- 
mittee to Investigate Industrial 
Centralization 740 

U.S. Congress. Senate. Special Com- 
mittee to Investigate the Fuel 
Situation on the Middle West 741 

U.S. Council on Wage and Price 
Stability 2808a 

U.S. Department of Agriculture 2141 

U.S. Department of the Interior 1823, 
2142, 2143, 2144, 2267 

U.S. Environmental Protection 
Agency 2144a 

U.S. Federal Energy Administration 
742 

U.S. Federal Fuel Distributor 2809 

U.S. Federal Trade Commission 718, 
743, 744, 745, 1726 

U.S. Federal Water Pollution Control 
Administration 1886 

U.S. Fuel Administration 572 

U.S. General Accounting Office 2809a 

U.S. Geological Survey 2631 

U.S. Immigration Commission 2298 

U.S. Industrial Commission 1363 

U.S. Interstate Commerce Commiss- 
ion 746, 1727, 1728, 1729, 1730, 1731 

U.S. Library of Congress. Congress- 
ional Research Service 747, 1824 

U.S. National Archives 2810 



U.S. Office of Coal Research 1887 
U.S. Public Health Service 2426 
U.S. Railroad Administration 1732, 

1733 
U.S. Steel Corp. 748 
U.S. Transportation Investigation 

and Research Board 1734 
U.S. Treasury Department 749 
U.S. Women's Bureau 1610 
Urwick, Currie Ltd. 2811 
Utah 208, 209, 475, 752, 1209, 1229, 
1868, 2248, 2258, 2439, 2469, 2498, 
2536, 2572, 2610, 2699 
Utah. Committee to Study Opera- 
tions of State Government 752 
Utah International Inc. 1904 
Utilities SEE Electric power produc- 
tion 

Vaile, R.S. 753 

Valuation SEE Appraisal 

Vance, Stanley C. 754 

Vandervliet, B. 2007 

Van De Water, Frederick 2215 

Van Hise, Charles R. 755 

Van Kleeck, Mary 453, 1268, 1365 

Van Meter, LaRue 1611 

Vargas, Ernest A. 1433 

Vaughan, Thomas W. 2609 

Veal, Phil 1366 

Vecsey, George 1613, 1614 

Veenstra, T.A. 463, 756 

Venslauskas, Stanley C. 1612 

Verhoeff, Mary 306 

Victor, Richard H. 1888 

Vincent, Merle D. 757 

Vining, Stanley 307 

Virginia 9, 12, 61, 84, 95, 128, 141, 
145, 235, 261, 274, 302, 304, 305, 
326, 327, 401, 404, 499, 559, 629, 
758, 1457, 1462, 1471, 1602, 1613, 
1614, 1658, 1667, 1672, 1714, 2260, 
2516, 2545, 2565, 2568, 2597 

Virginia. Division of Planning and 
Economic Development 758 

Virtue, G.O. 759, 1367, 1368 

Vocabulary 2757 

Voelker, S.W. 2715a 

Vogtle, A.W. 760 

Vorse, Mary H. 1369 

Voskuil, Walter H. 761, 762, 1735 

Vyas, K.C. 1837 

Wadleigh, F.R. 763, 764, 765, 2814 
Wages 341, 344, 350, 357, 369, 373, 
406, 432, 451, 461, 497, 520, 538, 
545, 624, 650, 671, 712, 713a, 722, 
816, 841, 909, 978, 1077, 1219, 1332, 
1333 
Wagner, E.C. 310 



348 



Wahler and Associates 1889 

Wakefield. D. 1370 

Wali, M.K. 2145 

Walker, Albert H. 766 

Walker. Charles R. 1371 

Walker, Elmore 311 

Walker, Francis 767 

Walker, James R. 1735a 

Walker, Samuel E. 1372 

Walker. William S. 2299 

Walker, Wilma 1615 

Wallace, George Selden 1373 

Wallace, Tom 2146 

Walling Henry F. 312 

Walsh, John 768 

Walsh, William J. 1374 

Walter, George H. 2147 

Walter, R.A. 313 

Walters, A. 314 

Walters, Robert 1375 

Walton, Mary 1890 

Walton, Thomas H. 315 

Wance, William 1615 

Warburton, Amber A. 1617 

Ward, Willard E. 2815 

Wardley, C.S. 316 

Warne, Colston E. 1378, 1379 

Warne, Frank J. 769, 1380-86, 2300 

Warner, Arthur 1387 

Warner, Fayette S. 770 

Warner, Larkin 1736, 1737 

Warriner, J.B. 1102, 2148 

Warriner, S.D. 771, 28 1 6 

Washburn, Harry L. 10 

Washington 187, 295, 1319, 1622, 
1852, 2233, 2492, 2504, 2515, 2525 

Wasp, E.J. 1738, 1739 

Water pollution 1770, 1834, 1853, 
1854, 1855, 1877, 1884a, 1886, 1891, 
1893, 1895, 1939, 1974, 2035a, 2061, 
2071, 2086 

Water Resources Scientific Informa- 
tion Center 1891 

Water supply 1747, 1857, 1947, 2131, 
2755 

Watkins, Harold M. 772 

Watson, William D. 773 

Watts, A.C. 1618, 2610 

Weaver, Paul H. 774 

Webb, John N. 775 

Webbink, Douglas W. 577 

Wechsler. James A. 1388 

Week, Egon 2816a 

Weckesser, Ernest 1389 

Weedfall, Robert 0. 2268 

Weeks, Joseph D. 2611 

Weinberg, Edgar 776 

Weitzell, E.H. 1390 

Welfare plans 104 



Weller, Jack 1619 

Wellman. Walter 2612 

Wells, Jane F. 2149 

Werner. G. J. 2703 

Werstein, Irving 1391 

West, Harold E. 1392 

West. Jim 777 

West Virginia 4. 14, 32, 36, 39. 60, 63, 
64, 66, 67, 69, 82, 85, 93, 95, 97, 
103a, 112, 118, 120, 137, 151, 165, 
171, 186, 193, 197, 225, 242, 275, 
283, 290, 291, 296, 297, 300, 318, 
319, 324. 332. 353. 374. 377. 397. 
497. 510. 511. 512. 559. 627, 664, 
673. 684, 697, 698, 699, 778, 802, 
806. 816. 822. 824, 828, 847, 849, 
851, 876. 877. 899, 911, 917, 923. 
931. 933. 941. 947, 968, 979, 980, 
1013, 1024, 1030, 1067, 1078, 1084. 
1086, 1093, 1126, 1132, 1133, 1146, 
1148, 1154, 1171, 1177, 1201, 1202, 
1205, 1206, 1220, 1228, 1234, 1251, 
1289a, 1292, 1301, 1307, 1313, 1317. 
1353, 1354, 1356, 1357, 1358, 1373, 
1377, 1387, 1392, 1393, 1394, 1395, 
1396, 1399, 1414, 1417, 1418, 1431, 
1432, 1436, 1439, 1440, 1443, 1452, 
1458, 1475, 1478, 1491. 1498, 1504, 
1507, 1514, 1523, 1531, 1535, 1540, 
1543, 1545, 1546, 1549, 1551, 1553, 
1554, 1557, 1565, 1569, 1571, 1572, 
1578, 1583, 1584, 1590, 1594, 1623, 
1631, 1662, 1685, 1703, 1783, 1825, 
1833, 1838-41, 1847, 1850, 1856, 
1864, 1869, 1870, 1872, 1879, 1884, 
1890, 1897, 1903, 1906, 1914, 1930, 
1932, 1940, 1948, 1951, 1964, 2054, 
2057, 2102, 2114, 2123, 2170, 2179, 
2185, 2186, 2194, 2225, 2226, 2232, 
2234, 2235, 2236, 2238, 2252, 2253, 
2254, 2255, 2256, 2259, 2262, 2263, 
2267, 2268, 2269, 2275, 2289, 2290, 
2292, 2295a, 2317, 2332, 2350, 2356, 
2360, 2361, 2363, 2375, 2392, 2399, 
2417, 2429, 2445, 2450, 2451, 2453, 
2459, 2483, 2490, 2496, 2508, 2511, 
2519, 2545, 2546, 2552, 2556, 2557, 
2559, 2562, 2570, 2571, 2573, 2579, 
2582, 2600, 2611, 2612, 2637, 2682, 
2691, 2718, 2723, 2727, 2745, 2745, 
2746, 2783, 2790 

West Virginia. Attorney General's 
Office 1393 

West Virginia Coal Mining Co. 317 

West Virginia Federation of Labor 
118 

West Virginia. Governor's Ad Hoc 
Commission of Inquiry 1892 

West Virginia. Governor's Commiss 

349 



ion on Logan County Situation 1394 
West Virginia. Governor's Investi- 
gating Committee 1395 
West Virginia. Legislature 778, 2269 
West Virginia. Mining Commission 

1825 
West Virginia. Mining Investigation 

Commission 1396 

West Virginia University. Coal Re- 
search Bureau 533, 1893 

Western coal SEE Western States 

Western Federation of Miners 903, 
1397 

Western States 396, 432a, 531, 582, 
609, 779, 1708, 1747, 1900, 1905, 
1917, 1933, 1954, 1961, 1965, 1970, 
2024, 2025, 2027, 2064, 2076, 2083, 
2129, 2144a, 2691a, 2720, 2728a 

Westfield, James 1827 

Westover, J.H. 2328 

Wetherill, J. Price 2613 

Wetzel, John A. 1620 

Weyl, Walter 1398 

Whaite, Ralph H. 1866 

Wheeler, Edward K. 1826 

Wheeler, Hoyt N. 1399 

White, D.H. 1846, 2728a 

White, David 2614 

White, Elizabeth 319 

White, I.C. 2615, 2616, 2617 

White, J.H. 1621, 2427 

White, Josiah 194, 245, 320 

White, Thomas E. 1400 

Whiteside, F.W. 2618, 2619, 2620 

Whitlatch, Elbert E. 2817 

Whitman, Ira L. 1894 

Whittlesey, Charles 321, 322 

Wice, Marsha N. 1402 

Wickersham, Edward D. 1403 

Wiebe, Robert H. 1404 

Wieck, Agnes 1405 

Wieck, Edward A. 1406-9, 2270, 2271 

Wiener, Frederick B. 2150 

Wiesel, Carl 2428 

Wilder, Henry J. 2818 

Wilderness of St. Anthony 17 

Wildlife SEE Fish and wildlife 

Wilfong, Harry Dean 2819 

Wilkerson, W.V. 2429 

Wilkinson, Joseph F. 2151 

Willard, Lucius 1622 

Willcox, David 1410 

Williams, Bruce T. 1622a 

Williams, Dorcas A. 1623 

Williams, Frank E. 1895 

Williams, Gertrude M. 1411 

Williams, John A. 323, 324 

Williams, L.M. 1624 

Williams, Pierce 2430 



Williams, Roger M. 2152 

Williams, Stanley B. 1625 

Williams, Talcott 1412 

Williams, William H. 1741 

Williamson, H.A. 2820 

Willis, Beverly A. 1626 

Willits, Joseph H. 1413 

Wilson, Edmund 1414 

Wilson, H.A. 2153 

Wilson, H.M. 2216 

Wilson, Helen 1627 

Wilson, Isabella C. 2431 

Wilson, John M. 1628 

Wilson, William B. 1231, 1232, 1415 

Wilson, Woodrow 1050 

Wilson Survey 4, 151 

Wimpfen, Sheldon P. 780 

Wing, David L. 781, 782 

Wisconsin 2760 

Wisconsin Steel Co. 508 

Withrow, Michael V. 2154 

Witt, Matt 325, 1416 

Wolfe, Charles F. 783 

Wolfe, George 1417 

Wolfe, Marshall L. 2621 

Wolfe, Thomas M. 784 

Wolfle, Lee M. 2821 

Wolf son, Harold 2769 

Wolkins, George G. 2822 

Woolley, Bryan 1420 

Woll, Matthew 1418 

Woltman, Frederick 1419 

Women 236, 1078, 1213, 1457, 1474, 
1508, 1530, 1610, 2288 

Woodbridge, Dwight 1629 

Woodworth, Jay B. 326, 2622 

Woolrich, Willis R. 785 

Wooldridge, A.S. 327 

Wootton Land & Fuel Co. 22 

Work stoppages SEE ALSO Labor 
relations 934, 964, 1017 

Workingmen's Benevolent Associa- 
tion 820, 1214, 1263 

Wozniewicz, Edward J. 786 

Wright, Carroll D. 1423 

Wright, Helen R. 480, 481, 1424 

Wyler, Samuel S. 2823 

Wyoming 1547, 1857, 1936, 2042, 
2045, 2105, 2469, 2527, 2555, 2558, 
2566, 2686, 2588, 2589, 2686 

Wyoming County, Pa. 110, 111, 163, 
164, 211, 308, 328 

Yablonski, Joseph 815, 868, 1098, 

1183, 1237 
Yancik, Joseph J. 2824 
Yanik, Glenn G. 2155 
Yeager, Lee E. 2156 
Yearley, C.K. 329 

350 



Yerkes. S.L. 1742 Ziegler, Martin 1828 

Young, CM. 2623 Ziegler. Robert H. 1426a 

Young, Dallas M. 1425, 1426 Ziegler Coal Co. 1562 

Young, Gordon 787 Zierer. Clifford M. 2624 

Young, Lewis H. 2825 Zimmerman, H.O. 1630 

Young, W.H. 788 Zimmerman, M.B. 2827 

Zahorski. Witold W. 2432 Zimolzak, Chester E 1631 

Zandarski. Joseph R. 789 Zuberer David A^2153 

Zanolli, S.W. 2826 Zwartendyk, Jan 790 
Zapata Norness, Inc. 512 



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