Avondale Disaster from The Coal Mines, by Andrew Roy, State Inspector of mines of Ohio, 1876. pp. 134-137.
Work of a Coal Miner from Andrew Roy, The Practical Miner's Companion; or, Papers on Geology and Mining in the Ohio Coal Field (Columbus: Westbote Printing Company, 1885): 108-110.
The Life of a Coal Miner
scanned from The World's Work 4 (October 1902): 2659-60
Turn-of-the-Century Coal Mining Machinery from Cassier's Magazine
The Coke Region Troubles scanned from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper 1891 Vol. 72, p. 240.
Images from A view of coal mining in 1877 scanned from Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, vol. III, no. 1, Jan. 1877, pp. 116-126.
A view of coal mining in 1877 webpage by C. Gordon Moffat and
modified by K. Austin Kerr
Among the Coal-Miners scanned from Missionary Review 1902,
Vol. 25, pp. 835-39
Anthracite Coal Mines and Mining from The American Monthly Review
of Reviews, November, 1902.
The Boys in the Breakers from Anthracite Coal Communities,
by Peter Roberts, 1904, pp.174-181
The Anthracite-Carrying Railways was scanned from The American Monthly Review of Reviews, July,
1902. pp. 66-69.
A General View of the Coal Strike By Talcott Williams scanned from The American Monthly Review of Reviews, 1902.
John Mitchell: The Labor Leader and the Man scanned from The American Monthly Review of
The Progress of the World scanned from The American Monthly Review of
Reviews, November, 1902, pp. 515-527
Pages originally designed by Patrick J. Hall
Site revised by Mitchell R.K. Shelton
The Department of History Web Projects:
The original "Internet Documentaries" were first created in the mid
90s by Professor Austin Kerr who understood the educational usefulness of the
Internet early on. The collection grew to some 17 documentaries, many of them
produced by Professor Kerr himself, and included the popular Prohibition documentary Temperance