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Volume 53

Volume 53 (1994)

COVER PHOTO: The Pursglove No. 2 coal tipple and loaded New York Central Railroad cars illustrate Scotts Run's industrial claim to fame. By 1930, the virtual collapse of mining in this area of Monongalia County, WV, stranded thousands of coal camp residents and caught the attention of local and national relief organizations. [Farm Security Administration photo, West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV]

"Scotts Run: An Introduction"
By Ronald L. Lewis

"Scotts Run: A Community in Transition"
By Matthew Yeager

"The Scotts Run Coalfield From the Great War to the Great Depression: A Study in Overdevelopment"
By Phil Ross

"Health Services in a Stranded Coal Community: Scotts Run, 1920-47"
By Sandra Barney

"`I wonder whom God will hold responsible': Mary Behner and the Presbyterian Mission on Scotts Run"
Edited by Christine M. Kreiser

"Casualties on the Homefront: Scotts Run Mining Disasters During World War II"
By Paul H. Rakes

"On the Homefront in World War II: Soldier-Scholars at West Virginia State College"
By Louis E. Keefer

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