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Volume 27, Number 2

Summer 2001 Goldenseal
Railroad photographer J.J. Young captured the power and beauty of steam travel with his camera during the 1940's and '50's. Here, a B&O engine waits at Wheeling in 1952.

Published by the
Bob Wise, Governor

Division of Culture and History
Nancy Herholdt, Commissioner

John Lilly, Editor

Cornelia Crews Alexander
Circulation Manager

Anne H. Crozier
Publication Design

Summer 2001

2 Letters From Readers
6 Current Programs, Events, Publications
10 Capturing Steam
Railroad Photographer J.J. Young
By Bob Withers
15 Photographer O. Winston Link
22 J.J.Young and His Camera
By Bob Withers
24 A Frenchman in Clarksburg
Recalling Glassmaker Danton Caussin
By Olga S. Hardman
28 West Virginia's Belgian and French
By Fred Barkey
33 Still Singin'
A Visit With Bill and Hazel Westfall
Interview by Bob Whitcomb
40 Life in Breece Coal Camp
Memories of a Coal Miner's Wife
By Shirley Linville
44 "A Good People Doing a Good Thing"
Pinch Reunion Reaches 100
By George Daugherty
49 100th Pinch Reunion
By John Gallagher
52 Historic Coalwood
By Stuart McGehee
57 How Hickham Got Away
By Ken Sullivan
60 Coalwood Today
By Mark Crabtree
62 Helmet Boys
By James Warrick
66 The World's Fair in a Rowboat
By W. Merle Watkins and Bill Watkins
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