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One of 12 Shay Engines pulling log trains at Cass, W.Va. during 1920's.  Now Site of W.Va. Scenic Railway.
Portrait of Captain John C. Felton,  Co. A., 7th Reg. WV Inf. Vols.
Group portrait of the the Southern Extension Workers - Winter 1919-1920(?), in Gulf Port, Mississippi.
Train cars filled with coal from the Carbon Fuel Co. No. 5.
Coal carts outside of the Gauley Mountain Coal Company, Kanawha Manufacturing Co., Charleston, W. Va.
Buildings outside of a coal mine. There are small houses in the background.
Men rehearsing mine safety procedures.
Man speaks into a microphone on a platform.  Other men standing on platform.
Men watch as teams participate in safety and rescue training exercises.
Men in white uniforms watch mine safety exercises.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch near parking area.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch.
Crowds watch groups of men rehearsing mine safety procedures.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures on a practice victim.
Group of men rehearsing mine safety procedures as crowds watch.
'This very coarse lumpy mine run coal is the result of proper shooting. The miner is paid on a tonnage basis for loading this coal into mine cars. He is required to watch his coal carefully as he loads it and see that no impurities become mixed with the coal.'
Coal town with Company building in the center. Sign on front of building says 'Safety The First Consideration.'
Also shows portion of Gaston Caperton's house.
Officers stand with many homemade stills that were confiscated. 'Pix used on page 75 of [Lee's] book.'From Lee's book, 'Bloodletting in Appalachia,' : "1. Judge R. D. Bailey, who tried defendants in Massacre trials; 2. Major Tom B. Davis, who enforced martial law in Mingo County."
Warehouse with cars parked outside.
Coal car under a tipple.  Men with horse drawn carriage also going under the tipple.
Coal Tipple with four coal cars underneath it.
Coal tipple at Red Parrot.  Large chute coming from the coal mine. Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad car being filled.
Postcard of Fairfax Street, looking North toward Castle in Berkeley Springs, W. Va.
Postcard of Lovers' Leap and Potomac River in Morgan County, W. Va.
'Jessee, Janet, and Jarley Fleming.'