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Buckley, is a history of this influential mining operation told through a selection of photographs from the Consolidation Coal Company archive at the Smithsonian Institution. The majority of the photographs were taken in West Virginia and eastern Kentucky coal camps. Buckley critically examines and interprets these photographs as historical documents and reveals the human story behind these company images of life in the coal towns. Extracting Appalachia contains pages, historical photographs, an index, and extensive notes.
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