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The Hairy Ape / Eugene O’Neil http://oznurdogan.com/2012/11/29/the-hairy-ape-eugene-oneil/

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Coal Miner: Frank Jackson

Coal Miner: Frank Jackson

Canary Bird in the Coal Mine ~~~  One of coal mining’s earliest systems for warning of the presence  of methane gas, the canary in the coal mine, though low-tech, was  extremely effective and rather easy to read: if the bird died,  miners had to get out of the shaft.

Canary Bird in the Coal Mine ~~~ One of coal mining’s earliest systems for warning of the presence of methane gas, the canary in the coal mine, though low-tech, was extremely effective and rather easy to read: if the bird died, miners had to get out of the shaft.

Shorpy Higginbotham and His Friends - December 1910. Shorpy was a 'greaser' on the tipple at Bessie Mine, of the Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Co. in Alabama. Said he was 14 years old, but it is doubtful. Carries two heavy pails of grease, and is often in danger of being run over by the coal cars."

Shorpy Higginbotham and His Friends - December 1910. Shorpy was a 'greaser' on the tipple at Bessie Mine, of the Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Co. in Alabama. Said he was 14 years old, but it is doubtful. Carries two heavy pails of grease, and is often in danger of being run over by the coal cars."

Original Caption: One of a Series of Portraits of Miners Waiting to Go to Work on the 4 P.M. to Midnight Shift at the Virginia-Pocahontas Coal Company Mine #4 near Richlands, Virginia. The Mines Are Open Around the Clock. Two Shifts Work in Digging and Bringing Out the Coal, the Other Is Involved in Cleanup Operations. The Cleanup Or "Hoot-Owl" Shift Begins at Midnight 04/1974    U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13891    Photographer: Corn, Jack, 1929-    Subjects:  Richlands…

Original Caption: One of a Series of Portraits of Miners Waiting to Go to Work on the 4 P.M. to Midnight Shift at the Virginia-Pocahontas Coal Company Mine #4 near Richlands, Virginia. The Mines Are Open Around the Clock. Two Shifts Work in Digging and Bringing Out the Coal, the Other Is Involved in Cleanup Operations. The Cleanup Or "Hoot-Owl" Shift Begins at Midnight 04/1974 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13891 Photographer: Corn, Jack, 1929- Subjects: Richlands…

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