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Story of coal and iron in Alabama

Ethel Armes

Story of coal and iron in Alabama

by Ethel Armes

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Published by Published under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce in Birmingham [Ala.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mines and mineral resources -- Alabama.,
  • Coal mines and mining -- Alabama.,
  • Iron industry and trade -- Alabama.,
  • Alabama -- Economic conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ethel Armes.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxiv, 581 p., [32] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages581
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22159704M

    The Tuskaloosa Coal, Iron and Land Company was formed to develop the valuable land in Tuskaloosa. On the 7th day of January, , a party of some twenty-five citizens of Tuskaloosa, (Tuscaloosa) all of whom were owners of lands lying in and around the city of Tuskaloosa, met at the Washington Hotel and decided to organize a company, with the main object of developing . The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama. Birmingham: The Book-Keepers Press. p. ^ Brian Kelly (). Race, Class, and Power in the Alabama Coalfields,

    Marvel is an unincorporated community in Bibb County, Alabama, United States. History. The community was named for the poet Andrew Marvell by Elizabeth Roden, wife of the operator of the mines at Marvel. Marvel was founded by Benjamin F. Roden, who was the founder of the Roden Coal Company. The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama is a comprehensive and scholarly work portraying in attractive style the growth of the mineral industries in its relation to the development of the state and of the South, in preparation of which the author spent more than five years.” —Thomas McAdory Owen, History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama.

    Overview Letter to Robert Jemison Jr. of Birmingham, Alabama, about uncredited copying of material from her book, The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama, and a letter to her brother about a promotion. Dates: Found in: The University. Corona is an unincorporated community in Walker County, Alabama, United is located on Alabama State Ro miles ( km) west of Oakman.. History. Corona was founded in the s after the Corona Coal Company opened mines here. The first coal shipped from Walker County by rail came from the Corona mines. A post office operated under the .


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Story of coal and iron in Alabama by Ethel Armes Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama, is a comprehensive and scholarly work portraying in attractive style the growth of the mineral industries in its relation to the development of the state and of the South, in preparation of which the author spent more than five years.” --Thomas McAdory Owen, History of AlabamaCited by:   The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama, is a comprehensive and scholarly work portraying in attractive style the growth of the mineral industries in its relation to the development of the state and of the South, in preparation of which the author spent more than five years.” --Thomas McAdory Owen, History of Alabama/5(3).

The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama is a comprehensive and scholarly work portraying in attractive style the growth of the mineral industries in its relation to the development of the state and of the South, in preparation of which the author spentCited by: The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama is a comprehensive and scholarly work portraying in attractive style the growth of the mineral industries in its relation to the development of the state and of the South, in preparation of which the author spent more than five years.".

Alabama is the work of Miss Ethel Armes. The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama is a comprehensive and scholarly work portraying in attractive style the growth of the mineral industries in its.

The story of coal and iron in Alabama Books for college libraries The Story of Coal and Story of coal and iron in Alabama book in Alabama, Ethel Marie Armes: Author: Ethel Armes: Publisher: Pub. under auspices of the Chamber of Commerce, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Length: pages: Subjects: Alabama Coal mines and mining Iron industry and trade Mines and mineral resources.

The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama Books for college libraries The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama, Ethel Marie Armes: Author: Ethel Armes: Publisher: Pub.

under auspices of the Chamber of Commerce, Original from: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote. The story of coal and iron in Alabama. Armes, Ethel, ; YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) DLC [from old catalog] Publication date.

Topics. Mines and mineral resources, Coal mines and mining, Iron industry and trade. Publisher. Birmingham, Ala., Pub. under auspices of the Chamber of : Combined farming-industrial employment in the coal and iron subregion of Alabama: preliminary report.

by: Troxell, W.Published: () Geologic and hydrologic studies in the Birmingham red-iron-ore district, Alabama / by: Simpson, Thomas A., Published: ().

Reading The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama without at least some rudimentary knowledge of Alabama's history and geography would probably make the plot tedious and a bit difficult to follow (though Armes' telling of it would still be sublime)/5(3).

In antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction, and then the boom years, here is the comprehensive the history of Alabama’s early railroad and iron production.

Further— “ R anks as one of the most notable books published on Alabama history. Designed as an exhaustive study of the coal and iron industry, the book is also an excellent general history of the state. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile edition of the ed.

published under auspices of the Chamber of Commerce, Birmingham, Ala. The story of coal and iron in Alabama. (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. The story of coal and iron in Alabama. The story of coal and iron in Alabama (Book, ) [] Get this from a library.

The story of coal and iron in Alabama. Woodward Iron Company Four iron-making enterprises, each controlling substantial deposits of iron ore, coal, limestone and dolomite, came to dominate the industry. These companies were unique in their use of advanced blast-furnace plants that smelted iron ore into pig iron.

Woodward Iron, Sloss Sheffield Steel and Iron Company, and Thomas Works. The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama, is a comprehensive and scholarly work portraying in attractive style the growth of the mineral industries in its relation to the development of the state and of the South, in preparation of which the author spent more than five years.".

Cover of the edition. The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama is a history written by Ethel Armes comprehensively detailing the rise of the Birmingham District as an industrial region and of Birmingham as its commercial center.

While published, begrudgingly, under the auspices of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, the initiative for the project was begun by Armes shortly. The Cullman Coal and Coke Company was founded in May The company ow acres of land in Cullman County, Alabama.

As ofthe company was owned by Parker Bank and Trust Company. Sources: Poor's Manual of Industrialists: Volume 7. New York: Poor's Manual Company, Armes, Ethel. The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama.

The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama Ethel Armes Birmingham, AL 1st Ed. the backing of the book has come loose. See photo. Free shipping to US territories. South industrial industry coal mining southern miner birmingham history historical collectible collectionEnd date:   Get Now ?book=.

Woman’s Who’s Who of America, ; American Authors and Books; Owen’s History of Alabama; Dictionary of Alabama Biography.

Publication(s): Midsummer in Whittier’s Country. Birmingham, Ala.; Advance Press, The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, Reprint, Leeds, Overview Letter to Robert Jemison Jr.

of Birmingham, Alabama, about uncredited copying of material from her book, The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama, and a letter to her brother about a promotion. Dates: the story of coal and iron in alabama furnaces, and finally to the Big Four at Ensley, where he died in harness in A matter of signal interest and importance to Alabama during the early eighteen‑seventies was the reestablishment of the GLeological Survey.