Atlas of Pennsylvania Coal and Coal Mining - Bituminous

The history of coal is quite a long one, you'll find links and information for history among other things here.
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Post Wed. Sep. 28, 2011 1:05 pm

Found this report from Penn State, interesting reading.
Atlas of Pennsylvania coal and Coal Mining - Part I - Bituminous - bulletin73.pdf
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