The Coal Camp Documentary Project1 is an ongoing, Web-based collaborative documentary effort between the University of Kentucky's (UK's) Appalachian Center, scholars, and community members from company coal towns across Kentucky's Appalachian region. Its Website is designed as a place for sharing information about coal community life, and includes stories, pictures, videos, and other resources about over 400 company coal towns shared by community members and scholars.
Materializing Appalachian Kentucky Coal Towns: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology in the Coal Camp Documentary Project
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Zada Komara, Shane Barton; Materializing Appalachian Kentucky Coal Towns: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology in the Coal Camp Documentary Project. Practicing Anthropology 1 July 2014; 36 (4): 25–30. doi: https://doi.org/10.17730/praa.36.4.q752r131w627ln86
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