Coal River

Author: Michael Shnayerson
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 9781429933162
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Coal trains traverse the valley day and night. Coal trucks race up and down
Route 3. Barges piled high with coal go down the broad Kanawha River, to the
northwest. Yet little of this wealth has trickled down the hillsides into the Coal
River ...

Coal River

Author: Ellen Marie Wiseman
Publisher: Kensington
ISBN: 1617734489
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In this vibrant new historical novel, the acclaimed author of The Plum Tree and What She Left Behind explores one young woman’s determination to put an end to child labor in a Pennsylvania mining town… As a child, Emma Malloy left ...

Prospectus Of The Coal River Railroad Company Of West Virginia

Author: Coal River Railroad Company of West Virginia
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Z12; That the Coal River Railroad Company shall pay, annually, one-half of the
taxes accruing annually on said lands, from and after the time that deeds for the
right to the proceeds aforesaid are made and delivered' by the land owners to the
 ...

Coal River Basin Channel Rehabilitation Project

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SECTION 2 - THE ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING WITHOUT THE PROJECT
Historical Features 2.0l White settlers first entered the Coal River area late in the
Eighteenth Century. From the very beginning, the river system was closely linked
to ...

The Coal River Valley In The Civil War

Author: Michael B. Graham
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625851928
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along the creeks and across the low divides, starting at Marmet, thence going up
Lens Creek and crossing the dividing ridge and down Short Creek to Racine, on
Coal River; thence, down the north side of said river to the mouth of Drawdy ...

Coal River Road

Author: Kathy Cantley Ackerman
Publisher: Livingston Press
ISBN: 9781604891140
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The poems in Coal River Road reveal the power of oral history and place, a connection to the stunted ancient hills of West Virginia that remains as primordial and profound as the poet's estrangement from that place.