Kentucky Coal Heritage
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Coal Company Towns in Eastern Kentucky,
1854-1941

This report Contains findings of a literature Survey and reconnaissance field Survey in the Eastern Kentucky Coal Field concerning historic company-owned coal towns. The literature Survey involved primary documents published by State and federal governments; Secondary Sources included historic Overviews on the Subject.


 

Coal towns in Eastern Kentucky

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CountiesTowns
Bell[ Colmar ] [ Middlesboro ]
Boyd 
Breathitt[ Jackson ]
Carter 
Clay 
Estill[ Ravenna ]
Floyd[ Auxier ] [ Drift ] [ Feds ] [ Garrett ] [ Glo ] [ Martin ] [ Prestonsburg ]
[ Wayland ] [ Weeksbury ] [ Wheelwright ]
Harlan[ Benham ] [ Lynch ] [ Wallins Creek ] [ Kenvir ]
Johnson[ Van Lear ]
Knott 
Knox[ Barbourville ]
Laurel
Lawrence 
Lee 
Letcher[ Burdine ] [ Dunham ] [Haymond] [ Hemphill ] [ Jenkins ] [ McRoberts ]
[ Millstone ] [ Seco ]
Magoffin 
Martin 
McCreary[ Barthell ]
Morgan 
Pike 
Pulaski 
Perry[ Hardburly ] [ Hazard ] [ Unnamed ]
Rockcastle 
Whitley[ Redash
 

Coal towns in Western Kentucky

Click on the counties for a listing of coal camps.

CountiesTowns
Butler 
Caldwell 
Christian 
Daviess 
Hancock 
Henderson 
Hopkins 
McLean 
Muhlenberg[ Browder ] [ Central City ] [ Drakesboro ] [ Graham ] [ Greenville ] [ Luzerne ]
[ Paradise ]
Ohio 
Union 
Webster[ Providence ]

 

 

 

 

 

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