Everyone Was Black Down There

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Everyone Was Black Down There
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Everyone Was Black Down There / produced by Brenda McCallum. SERIES: Working lives| no. 4 Oral history of coal mining and coal mining communities from retired miners and their wives. Explores working conditions, dangers, processes of coal mining, the group identity within the community, and beliefs, customs, stories and songs. Originated from the Archive of American Minority Cultures, the University of Alabama. NFCB archive number 5925

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