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As a function of its corporate duties, the Consolidation Coal Company had photographers take hundreds of pictures of nearly every facet of its operations. Here, geographer Geoffrey L. Buckley examines the company's photograph collection housed at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History.
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Geoffrey L. Buckley is an assistant professor of geography at Ohio University in Athens. His articles have appeared in Historical Geography, Geographical Review, Maryland Historical Magazine, and the Appalachian Journal.Review:
""Extracting Appalachia brings together two great traditions of inquiry--history and geography. By creatively interpreting a rich collection of coal company photographs, Buckley helps us better understand the power and meaning of mining in everyday early twentieth-century life."
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