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ONE OF A THOUSAND MONUMENTS TO THE COAL MINER: THESE MOUNTAINS OF REFUSE FORM A CONSPICUOUS PART OF THE LANDSCAPE OF THE ANTHRACITE AREA: NEAR SCRANTON

When it is realized that this great culm bank is only the tailings of the anthracite industry, and that wherever one goes, from Carbondale to Pottsville, and from Shickshinny and Shamokin to Mauch Chunk, replicas of it, large and small, may be seen, something of the immense demand the country has made on the hard-coal mines can be appreciated.


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