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Life After Coal in Harlan County, U.S.A. In These Times

2016-5-23 · Life After Coal in Harlan County, U.S.A. Kentucky's lifeblood is drying up. By Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Photography by Jon Lowenstein draw on religious faith and a ceaseless work

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Work and faith in the Kentucky coal fields. Subject to dust. By Richard J. Callahan Jr. (Religion in North America.) Pp. xvii+259. BloomingtonIndianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2009. $34

Rehabilitation in the Soft-Coal Fields, 1933 | American

2019-6-16 · After two years of managing relief and rehabilitation work in coal-producing counties, and with studies indicating that "some 200,000 miners will never be needed in the mines again," AFSC produced this 12-page brochure with photographs. It offers "suggestions for the future and outlines of actual experiments which have been carried out."

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How Kentucky's struggling miners view the country's

2014-10-2 · These days, Bobby Spare feels like the last man standing. The 59-year-old engineer began working in eastern Kentucky's coal fields 38 years ago, like his father and grandfather before him.With nothing more than a high school diploma, Spare landed a job with a local mining company and soon earned his engineer's license.

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Items is a space for engagement with insights from the work of the Council and the social sciences. Predicting the Future of Technology and Power: A Conversation. by Sarah J. Jackson, David Karpf and Mike Miller. How Fear and Anger Impact Democracy. by George Marcus.

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Rehabilitation in the Soft-Coal Fields, 1933 | American

2019-6-16 · After two years of managing relief and rehabilitation work in coal-producing counties, and with studies indicating that "some 200,000 miners will never be needed in the mines again," AFSC produced this 12-page brochure with photographs. It offers "suggestions for the future and outlines of actual experiments which have been carried out."

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Higher times in the Bible Belt The Immanent Frame

Items is a space for engagement with insights from the work of the Council and the social sciences. Predicting the Future of Technology and Power: A Conversation. by Sarah J. Jackson, David Karpf and Mike Miller. How Fear and Anger Impact Democracy. by George Marcus.

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Work and Faith in the Kentucky Coal Fields: Subject to Dust *** Exploring themes of work and labor in everyday life, Richard J. Callahan, Jr., offers a history of how coal miners and their families lived their religion in eastern Kentucky's coal fields during the early 20th century. Callahan

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Life After Coal in Harlan County, U.S.A. In These Times

2016-5-23 · Life After Coal in Harlan County, U.S.A. Kentucky's lifeblood is drying up. By Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Photography by Jon Lowenstein draw on religious faith and a ceaseless work

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2009-4-3 · Whenever a commodity rises in importance as much as coal has in the last 150 years, then the lives of people are inevitably affected. Work and Faith in the Kentucky Coal Fields: Subject to Dust by Richard J. Callahan, Jr. chronicles the change that the coal industry brought to eastern Kentucky in the early twentieth century.

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