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Left: Link Belt over State Route 83 South (Old State Route 76) where the flashing light is now December 1961. This belt line traveled from U.G. complex down to the Conesville Power Plant- Columbus Southern Power. Right: April 1962- Simco-Peabody Coal Co. #1 U.G. Mine - Outside track entry for the #1 Mine. Outside #1 U.G. Mine First Shift 1962 Simco-Peabody Coal Co., Coshocton, Ohio. Front Row L...
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The Coal Creek Miners Museum Board of Directors and volunteers and the City of Rocky Top have been working hard to obtain funding for the remodel of the new Coal Creek Miners Museum building. Before the holidays, they applied for an Appalachian Resource Commission grant and applied to two other private foundations for funds. They are still waiting to hear whether or not they will receive any...
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The goal of this project is to put a human face on the energy issue by creating a collection of life-size photographs of American coal miners, suitable for museum exhibition. These monumental portraits reveal the human essence of the coal industry and their exhibition will celebrate and honor...
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Since 1985, Miners News has been published every other month. This leading publication has a positive presence in the Mining & Aggregates Industry and maintains a 35,000+ readership. Miners News is distributed throughout the U.S. and Canada, including Alaska. Copies also make their way into key...
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Coal Scrip Coins * Company Store Coal Camp Money * Kentucky Tokens * Vintage Florida Tokens and Club Newsletter * Antique Hometown Postcards. Coal companies provided jobs and a unique way of life for miners and their families. Most coal mining operations were located far from established towns...
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Great mining is mainly considered by mining companies product equipments like as Aluminum, copper, gold, mercury, etc. All mining suppliers promotional, banner ads and press release services are available here. A miner is a person whose work or commerce is to extract ore or minerals from the earth. Mining is one of the most hazardous trades in the world. In some countries miners lack social...
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John Leach worked underground in a Kentucky coal mine for 23 years to have health care for his family. Congress needs to Keep America’s Promise to his family who desperately need the health insurance John earned. Tell your Senators and member of Congress to support the Miners’ Protection Act. The United Mine Workers of America is ramping up the pressure on Congress to pass the Miners Protection...
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Available here are uncirculated company store coupon booklets from the Island Creek Coal Company. These were given to coal miners and could only be used in a store owned by the coal company. The coupons we have were meant to be used at the company store in Earlington, Kentucky but the business shut down before they could be circulated. Supplies are limited so now is your chance to own an...
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Coal miner decals, tee shirts, gifts and more. Support your coal miner, proud coal niner. Coalminerdecals.com website was put together by popular request for these items. Coal miners are a rare breed of workers and they and there families are very proud of what they do. Our decals and tee shirts allow you to display your pride. For workers and families. Visit our main site at. For all your...
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At Michael J. O’Connor & Associates, we pride ourselves on our strong record of success in helping hard working people get the results they need. We’re a firm of working class people fighting for working class people. Since 1989, our Pennsylvania workers compensation attorneys have been representing our clients with integrity, reliability and trustworthiness all over the state. This combination...
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By Faye V. Bell Once upon a mine—there could be etched in copper the unforgettable words that the Welsh miner, Evan Pugh, called out to the pump manager who was in the cage prior to rising to the surface, “Wait, till I get my partner!” [above date in the midst of fire-in-the-hole] What could surpass that voice of hope and offer of rescue? The flames around them blazed like a prairie fire and...
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A web site devoted to the study of Louisiana Trade Tokens. Tokens were known by numerous nicknames. Coal miners called them "flickers." In saloons and bars, particularly those in the Midwest, they were known as "chits." "Klacker" was popular in Alabama, while "scrip," "checks," and "due bills" saw widespread use. The most prevalent name in Louisiana seemed to be "brozine." The origin of this...
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Structural integrity can be taken for granted, but failures can be sudden and unforgiving. Train miners and supervisors on these simple measures to help prevent these potentially catastrophic incidents. October 30th was set aside as Mine Rescue Day (MRD) in 2013 as a time to recognize the dedication and sacrifice of volunteers who risk their own lives to save other miners. Check out updated...
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Golden, Colorado on the Colorado Front Range offers scenic beauty, a lively downtown, and easy access to Denver and mountains. A great place to live and visit! Golden, Colorado is rich with culture, outdoor activities, scenic beauty, thriving businesses, and friendly people, but the City’s origins are largely thanks to another valuable resource – gold. A small amount of gold discovered in Clear...
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Information and techniques about David Blaine's new ABC show Dive of Death with new Magic tricks and street magic released. The man who single-handedly revived street magic has tested the limits of physical ability by enclosing himself in ice, balancing on a pillar and holding his breath underwater for 17 minutes (he broke the world record for that one). But people remember him most for the...
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