Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Barbara Ford Ritch ; introduction by Paul R. Jordan ; [edited by Paul R. Jordan].|
|Contributions||Jordan, Paul R.|
|LC Classifications||F457.F6 R58 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 352 p. :|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||92225334|
Coal Miners from the forties and fifties were a special kind of people. The community of the camps they lived in instilled value and culture that is lacking in today's world. The "Coal Camp Kids" and "Teens" aren't kids any more. Most of them have great grandchildren. "Coal Camp Kids, The End Pages: Coal camp kids are born to fight and survive. About the Author Daughter of a coal miner who lived and preached the gospel of unionism, Mrs. Ritch, the middle of five children and one of two surviving, was born in , the waning years of the Depression. Excellent depiction of an impoverished West VA coal camp family. There were so many hard times, starvation, mine accidents, times of no work, and loyalty to the coal company who would eventually hire the men back after laying them off. This book also has an excellent illustration of the Company Store and how scrip and actual pay day works/5. Coal Miners from the forties and fifties were a special kind of people. The community of the camps they lived in instilled value and culture that is lacking in today’s world. The “Coal Camp Kids” and “Teens” aren’t kids any more. Most of them have great grandchildren. “Coal Camp Kids, The End of anPages:
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