• Perry County, KY - Kentucky Kinfolk

    Bible Records: History. Perry County was formed in 1821 from a portion of Clay and Floyd Counties. It is located in the Eastern Coal Field region of the state.

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  • Interior Provides More Than $300 Million in Conservation ...

    Interior Provides More Than $300 Million in Conservation Funding for States & Tribes to Reclaim & Repurpose Abandoned Coal Mines

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  • FAQs About Coal » American Coal Foundation

    Frequently Asked Questions About Coal. What is Coal? How Was Coal Formed? What Are the Four Major Categories of Coal? Where Is Coal Found? How Plentiful Is Coal?

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  • KYGenWeb Project - Online Kentucky Genealogy Resources

    USGenWeb Archives: Biographies : Jeff Murphy's Kentucky Biographies Project ~ now searchable and on the KyGenWeb site.

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  • Kingdom Come – Kingdom Come

    Welcome to the Cumberland Mountains! The heart of the Kingdom Come Scenic Parkway is the pioneer village of Cumberland, and the historic coal camps of Benham and Lynch.

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  • Mining Health & Safety Laws, Regulations, and Procedures ...

    This review describes the laws, regulations, practices, and procedures involved in mine safety. We also survey the suppliers and consultants who service the mining industry with regard to health and safety services and equipment.

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  • How Coal Works | Union of Concerned Scientists

    Prolonged heat and pressure help form different types of coal. Source: Adapted from the University of Kentucky

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  • Division of Mine Reclamation and Enforcement | Welcome

    The Division of Mine Reclamation and Enforcement (DMRE) is responsible for inspecting all surface and underground coal mining permits in the state to assure compliance with the 1977 Federal Surface Mining Control Act (SMCRA).

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  • Diamond Production Map - Gem-Quality Diamond Mining Countries

    Map and charts showing the geography and history of diamond mining and production across the world.

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  • US Diamond Mines - Diamond Mining in the United States

    Diamonds have been found at many locations in the United States - the Crater of Diamonds Mine and the Kelsey Lake Mine are the most notable.

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  • Coal seam fire - Wikipedia

    Origins. Coal seam fires can be divided into near-surface fires, in which seams extend to the surface and the oxygen required for their ignition comes from the atmosphere, and fires in deep underground mines, where the oxygen comes from the ventilation.

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  • Timeline of Kentucky Coal

    1701: Coal discovered in Virginia. 1748: First recorded U.S. coal production. 1750: April 13th-Dr. Thomas Walker was the first recorded person to discover and use coal in Kentucky.

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  • swears L If - Loretta Lynn Ranch - Official Site Of ...

    THRIFTY LIQUORS 931-296-1717 9am - 8pm Mon. - Thurs. 9am - IOpm Fri. -Sat. 235 E. Commerce Street off Bypass 70 WAVERLY TIRE & AUTO CENTER CAR, TRUCK,

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  • EPA Facility Level GHG Emissions Data

    Now you can visit ghgdata.epa.gov from your mobile device. Click here to learn how to create a bookmark to our page on your mobile device.

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  • How this Kentucky coal town is trying to bring its economy ...

    Nov 07, 2017 · Retraining former coal miners and attracting new employers are essential to revitalizing the economy of Hazard, Kentucky, which has been hit by the job losses and the opioid crisis.

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  • Division of Abandoned Mine Lands | Welcome

    The Division of Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) works throughout the state's coal fields to protect the public from health and safety problems caused by mining that occurred prior to 1982.

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  • Tennessee County Map - CensusFinder.com

    Tennessee County Map. Easy to use map detailing all TN counties. Links to more Tennessee maps as well, including historic Tennessee maps and plats.

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  • Donald Trump Promises to Revive Coal Jobs But He Can't | Time

    President-elect Donald Trump promised repeatedly throughout his campaign that he would revive the coal industry, billing himself as the "last shot for the miners." And in traditional mining areas—think parts of West Virginia, Kentucky and Pennsylvania—Trump defeated rival Hillary Clinton by ...

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  • Glossary of Mining Terms - Kentucky Coal Education

    A. Abutment - In coal mining, (1) the weight of the rocks above a narrow roadway is transferred to the solid coal along the sides, which act as abutments of the arch of strata spanning the roadway; and (2) the weight of the rocks over a longwall face is transferred to the front abutment, that is, the solid coal ahead of the face and the back ...

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  • Alpha Natural Resources

    Alpha affiliates produce both steam and metallurgical coal, for both power generation and the production of steel. Steam coal is primarily purchased by large utilities and industrial customers as fuel for electricity generation and manufacturing, and metallurgical coal is used primarily to make coke, a key component in the steel making process.

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  • Coal Mine Safety and Health | Mine Safety and Health ...

    Coal Mine Safety and Health enforces the Mine Act at all coal mines in the United States. Enforcement activities include:

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  • Radiation Protection | US EPA

    EPA sets limits on environmental radiation from use of radioactive elements. The Radiation Protection website describes EPA's radiation protection activities, regulations and supporting information.

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  • Coalwood, West Virginia Web Site

    This site's webmasters are certainly not experts on Coalwood. We just thought that Coalwood needed a web site where people around the country and the world can see Coalwood and share their own thoughts.

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  • Coal mining in the United States - Wikipedia

    Coal, primarily from underground mines east of the Mississippi was the nation's primary fuel source until the early 1950s. Surface (strip) and mountaintop removal mining overtook underground mines in the 1970s.

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  • Legacy - Coal Creek

    OVERVIEW The miners of Coal Creek, in Anderson County, Tennessee, left their mark on history. They fueled the industrial revolution. They fought the Tennessee Militia to abolish the use of convict miners by private industry during the Coal Creek War of 1891 to 1892.

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