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Coal Mining /Literature #252673

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 19, 1977
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(Studio) In Barnesboro, Pennsylvania, project strives to remove stigma against coal miners.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Barnesboro, Pennsylvania) Northern Cambodia High School students publish "Out of the Dark" and "Mining Folk", 2 vols. of poetry, essays, and interviews, about coal mining. 1922 accident in Spangler, Pennsylvania, recalled. [Connie SUTILLA - credits book with giving her sense of pride in her father's job.] [Faculty adviser Erma KONITSKY - describes program objectives.] [Rita PRANDI, Connie SUTILLA, Mike KUDLAWIEC, Jennifer CONNER, Christian FISANICK - read items from books, as mining film shown.] [Bob HUDAK - quotes his poem, as he follows grandfather and father in coal mining job.]
REPORTER: Joan Snyder

Dean, Morton;
Snyder, Joan

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