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New York: Publishers New Press, [1964-?]. Pamphlet. 15p., stapled wraps, front wrap lightly toned along top edge, 1/2 inch closed tear on front wrap, staples rusted else good condition, 5.25x7.5 inches. Describes how mechanization has left thousands of coal miners jobless. Communist Party author.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1933. x, 248p., front., illus., first edition, dj with very minor chipping and a slightly darkened spine. "An examination of technological unemployment in coal mining areas, with attention to efforts by the National Miners Union to organize Harlan County." *Seidman R207.
Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1995. Paperback. xii, 319p., wraps, very good condition. "In March, 1913, labor agitator Mary Harris "Mother" Jones and forty-seven other civilians were tried by a military court on charges of murder and conspiracy to murder, charges stemming from violence that erupted during the long.....
Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University, 1940. Paperback. iv, 134, [xii]p plus appendices, wraps, 8.5x11 inches, mimeographed on one sided only, paper slightly browned, minor staining on the fore edges, charts, map, Appendix C tipped in rear (now detached due to aging glue but present). Arthurdale, West Virginia was the first.....
Romney: Sponsored by the Town Council of Romney, 1937. Paperback. 67p., frontis-portraits, foreword, prefatory note, illustrated with photos, 17x21inch folded plan of the town and an 8.5x11 inch letter signed by "Blaire Saines" ? dated 1938 laid-in, very good trade-sized paperback in printed wraps with Library of Congress surplus stamp.....
Pipestem, WV: Appalachian South Folklife Center, [1972?]. [6p.], wraps secured by folding, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, very good condition. Reprinted from West Virginia Hillbilly. Includes some poking of fun at the Northern "missionary" organizers who re-discovered Appalachia after being kicked out of SNCC, etc. by the Black Power movement.