2 edition of Coal river found in the catalog.
Eric L Stone
Issued October 1979
|Statement||Eric L. Stone|
|Series||Technical note T/N - Bureau of Land Management ; 339|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Coal River (Book): Shnayerson, Michael: "One of America's most dramatic environmental battles is unfolding in southern West Virginia. Coal companies are blasting the mountains, decapitating them for coal. The forested ridge tops and valley streams of Appalachia - one of the country's natural treasures - are being destroyed, along with towns and communities. An entire culture is disappearing. Nov 24, · “Ellen Marie Wiseman weaves a story of intrigue, terror, and love.” – Jewish Book World on The Plum Tree “Screams with authenticity, depth, and understanding.” – The New York Journal of Books on What She Left Behind “In clean, clear prose, Wiseman paints an insightful portrait of a coal town and the miners’ struggle for their rights, along with the fight against child labor.
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Jun 29, · An emotional, compelling novel that rings with authenticity— Coal River is a deft and honest portrait of resilience in the face of hardship, and of Coal river book simple acts of courage that can change everything. Read more Read less The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book /5().
Coal River by Ellen Marie Wiseman is Coal river book extremely well written historical novel of a fictional coal town in Pennsylvania in the early ’s.
This is the author’s third novel /5. Feb 01, · “ Coal River is the dismaying story of Armageddon in Appalachia. At one time the powerful forces of ignorance and greed are dooming America's landscapes, our culture, and our democracy.” ― Robert F.
Kennedy, Jr. “The coal that generates 4/5(27). Nov 24, · An emotional, compelling novel that rings with authenticity— Coal River is a deft and honest portrait of resilience in the face of hardship, and of /5(15). Jan 01, · Court cases thread through Michael Shnayerson’s new book like veins of coal through an Appalachian hillside.
In discussing one of them, he observes that that the judge made “a small point, like a caveat buried near the end of a book review.” So let’s not bury our caveats, the most important one being: “Coal River” will make you angry.4/5.
Nov 23, · Buy this book Inyear-old Emma Malloy is left without resources after the death of her parents. She returns to the place of her childhood nightmare: Coal River, Pa., a dank mining town.
Jan 20, · “Coal River” bears little resemblance to “Erin Brockovich,” the story of a crusading clean-water advocate, in part because there’s no character strong enough to carry the book .
Coal River Ellen Marie Wiseman, Kensington Books pp. ISBN Summary This vibrant historical novel explores one young woman's determination to put an end to child labor in a Pennsylvania mining town. Coal River In this exciting historical novel, Ellen reveals the story of a young woman’s resolve to end child labor in the mining fields of Pennsylvania.
As a child, Emma Malloy packed her few belongings and left Coal River, Pennsylvania. She vowed never to return to the unforgiving mining lands.
- RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars “Paints a picture of the struggles mining families faced in the early s. Emma is a strong, likable character that is willing to fight for what she believes is right the plot of Coal River sweeps the reader along as Emma faces each obstacle.
This book will attract readers of historical fiction and those looking. An emotional, compelling novel that rings with authenticity— Coal River is a deft and honest portrait of resilience in the face of hardship, and of the simple acts of courage that can change everything. Coal River by Ellen Marie Wiseman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at niarbylbaycafe.com Publisher’s description: In this vibrant new historical novel, the acclaimed author of The Plum Tree and What She Left Behind explores one young woman’s determination to put an end to child labor in a Pennsylvania mining town.
As a child, Emma Malloy left isolated Coal River. Coal River is Shnayerson's account of this dramatic struggle. From courtroom to boardroom, forest clearing to factory floor, Shnayerson gives us a novelistic and compelling portrait of the people who risked their reputations and livelihoods in the fight against King Coal.
Coal River Written by Ellen Marie Wiseman Review by Hilary Daninhirsch Init would be unthinkable to send a child into the coal mines. But inAmerica was a different place. Book Reviews Wiseman (What She Left Behind) offers heartbreaking and historically accurate depictions of the dangerous mines, the hopeless workers, and their improbable fight for niarbylbaycafe.com richly developed coal town acts as a separate, complex character; readers will want to look away even as they're drawn into a powerful quest for purpose and redemption.
Nov 01, · As a child, Emma Malloy left isolated Coal River, Pennsylvania, vowing never to return. Now, orphaned and penniless at nineteen, she accepts a train ticket from her aunt and uncle and travels back to the rough-hewn community.
Treated like a servant by her relatives, Emma works for free in. Aug 22, · Coal River by Ellen Marie Wiseman A Book Review “On the last day of June, in the year when the rest of the world was reeling from the sinking of the Titantic, nineteen-year old Emma Malloy was given two choices: get on the next train to Coal River, Pennsylvania, or.
Coal River is Shnayerson's account of this dramatic struggle. From courtroom to boardroom, forest clearing to factory floor, Shnayerson gives us a novelistic and compelling portrait of the people who risked their reputations and livelihoods in the fight against King Coal.5/5(1).
The Coal River is a tributary of the Kanawha River in southern West niarbylbaycafe.com is formed near the community of Alum Creek by the confluence of the Big and Little Coal Rivers, and flows generally northward through western Kanawha County, past the community of Upper Falls and into the Kanawha River at St.
Albans. Coal River is an historical fiction novel by author Ellen Marie Wiseman and it provides a powerful, heartbreaking, and sadly, accurate portrait of life and frequent death in the coal mining towns of the era/5(8).Coal River (Friday, February 5, ) Reviewer: Jbarr5 Coal River by Ellen Marie Wiseman Find it interesting to read about coal mines.
This book starts out with Emma and she dreams of her brother Albert and her parents that died in the fire.An emotional, compelling novel that rings with authenticity--Coal River is a deft and honest portrait of resilience in the face of hardship, and of the simple acts of courage that can change everything."