A Concise History of Coal

August 9, 2006 at 11:45 am Leave a comment

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Midnight at noon in Pittsburgh

Jason Godesky over at theANTHROPIKnetwork gives a dark, concise, and footnoted history of coal in America, replete with images and illustrations including an ignominious photograph of the smoky city of Pittsburgh in the mid-twentieth century. He avails himself of the remarkable knowledge and resources of one of the hardest working groups fighting mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachia – Mountain Justice Summer. Godesky’s post is definitely worth a read.

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Mountaintop Removal Pic of the Day Rocking Against Moutaintop Removal

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