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- Both of my grandfathers were coal miners down there as well.
- Knowing they might lose their jobs, the coal miners refused to back down in their quest for safer working conditions and better pay.
- As Pennsylvania replaced most traditional underground mining with longwall mining, the number of coal miners fell by 81%.
- In Thatcher's England, the coal miners are on strike and the police are mobilized daily to put down potential riots.
- When the coal miners pulled out, it left this rugged, mountainous area of southern West Virginia even more desperate.
- Coal miners need protection from hazardous work conditions, argued Kelley.
- Coal miners, who worked in the most dangerous and unpleasant circumstances, were paid substantially more than other workers.
- A federal fund created in 1977 to pay coal miners who developed black lung was funded with a tax on mining companies.
- If you're born into a family of coal miners, what's your most likely occupation?
- Coal miners used to use parakeets to detect leaks.
- Dickinson was initially brought up in Worksop by his grandfather, a coal miner.
- By the age of 11, Hardie was a coal miner.