Hard As The Rock Itself: Place And Identity In The American Mining Town (Mining The American West)
Hard As the Rock Itself: Place And Identity in the American Mining Town (Mining the American West)
From mineral discovery phase through mine closure, the first comprehensive analysis of sense of place in American mining towns offers insight into the struggles and rewards of life in these communities, arguing that although mining's environmental, social, and economic legacies created hardships for residents, they also contributed to the creation of strong, cohesive communities.
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|Univ Pr of Colorado
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