7 edition of Carolina Mine A Northern West Virginia Coal Camp found in the catalog.
Carolina Mine A Northern West Virginia Coal Camp
Trudy Ice Lemley
September 4, 2006
by McClain Printing Company
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||120|
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These 16 Photos Show What Life Was Like In West Virginia Coal Camps. West Virginia has a long history with coal. We often hear references to coal camps and company stores, but have you ever wondered what life was actually like back in coal camps during the s.
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Cabell (), who served as Governor of Virginia from to Trudy Ice Lemley and Irene Yuhas Ice, authors of “Carolina Mine: A Northern West Virginia Coal Camp” said the picnic was to celebrate the rich history of the Carolina Mine.
Ice is Lemley’s. Kaymoor, also called Kay Moor, West Virginia was a coal camp that operated from to The town was actually built in two sections, Kaymoor Top and Kaymoor Bottom. Most of the remains of Kaymoor that can be seen today are from Kaymoor Bottom, and it’s come to be regarded as perhaps the most beautiful abandoned town in West : Rachel Whetstone.
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Idamay No. 44 was one of the first mines in the nation to use roof bolts in Although coal mining has ceased, Idamay remains one of the most intact and unique coal camps in Northern West Virginia, and was probably considered a "model" coal company town when it was new.
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The camp at Carolina Mine was designed as a model village for that era. Battle of Blair Mountain A series of clashes culminated in the Battle of Blair Mountain in August and September of More t armed union miners from the northern coalfields of West Virginia marched south to support unionizing efforts amid an anti-union regime in Logan County.
The miners were met with the West Virginia state police and machine gun nests manned by mine. Irene Yuhas Ice, 90, of Carolina, went to be with the Lord on Thursday (J ). She was born Jan. 19, in Carolina, a daughter of the late Clara and Andrew Yuhas. She was the wife of 51 years of the late Guy H.
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