WV coal miner. The companies valued the ponies more than they valued their men.  Animals cost money to replace......

View Coal Miner, West Virginia by Eddie Adams on artnet. Browse more artworks Eddie Adams from Monroe Gallery of Photography.

{true story} Coal miner Lee Hipshire in 1976, shortly after emerging from a mine in Logan County, W. Va. at the end of his shift. At age 36, he had worked 26 years underground. A few years later, Lee took early retirement because of pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease. He died at 57.

Documenting 'Dirty' Jobs: Miners At Work

Coal miner Lee Hipshire in shortly after emerging from a mine in Logan County, W. at the end of his shift. At age he had worked 26 years underground. A few years later, Lee took early retirement because of pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease.

Calumet, Michigan, circa 1905. "Just up, Hecla Shaft No. 2." Copper miners topside. 8x10 inch dry glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

Calumet, Michigan, circa “Just up, Hecla Shaft No. inch dry glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

John F. Kennedy meeting coal miners while campaigning in West Virginia in 1960.

Kennedy meeting coal miners while campaigning in West Virginia in 1960

Three Welsh Coal Miners Just Up from the Pits After a Day's Work in Coal Mine in Wales

Three Welsh coal miners just up from the pits after a day's work in coal mine in Wales, photo by W. Eugene Smith - coal dust all over their faces!

Coal Miner's Daughter      1.5 oz Bourbon     1 tsp Ginger syrup     .75 oz Lemon juice     .75 oz Honey     1 sprig Lavender  Garnish: Lavender sprig

Coal Miner's Daughter

Coal Miner's Daughter - Bourbon Cocktail oz Bourbon 1 tsp Ginger syrup oz Lemon juice oz Honey 1 sprig Lavender Garnish: Lavender sprig Glass: Old Fashioned Tip: start with honey and add hot water, stir.

Coal Miner in Harlan County, Ky, My favorite missionaries live and work here.

Is our society too dependent on technology essay research Persuasive Essay: Is Society Too Dependent On Technology, you of how technology has taken the better part of our society.

Teague and donkey, "Doghole mine".  Jack Corn Photography

The entrance to the black diamond mine from years ago. Teague and donkey, "Doghole mine".

CORNISH MINERS: 'clambered up rickety ladders and under the precarious timber beams holding the mine shaft together'. ✫ღ⊰n

Rare early flash photography images of Cornish miners digging for tin in 1890s reveal the perilous conditions in which they toiled

CORNISH MINERS: 'clambered up rickety ladders and under the precarious timber beams holding the mine shaft together'.

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