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This page is a Tribute to all the Men, Women and Children
of the Coal, Steel, Iron and Railroad Industries.
National Geographic—1918

BENEATH THESE BARE ROCKS LIE THE SOLIDIFIED SUNBEAMS
A SNOW-COVERED DOUBLE HEADER AT THE END OF A RUN
COAL PIERS AT NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
A TINY GUARDIAN OF THE MINER'S WELFARE
HOW NOT TO PREPARE A BLAST
TAMPING HOME THE BLAST
AN ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE MOVING A MINE TRAIN
THE MULE STABLES IN A COAL MINE
FATEFUL HOURS AT A MINE SHAFT (Death Watch)
BREAKER BOYS AT LUNCH TIME
THE INCLINED-PLANE ELEVATOR OR AN ANTHRACITE BREAKER
A JACKHAMMER DRILL AT WORK, DRIVEN BY COMPRESSED AIR
THE VIADUCT AT NICHOLSON, PENNSYLVANIA
NAVIGATING THE PENNSYLVANIA HILLS IN A BIFURCATED BARGE
THE FAMOUS HORSESHOE CURVE ABOVE ALTOONA
A BLAST FURNACE OF AT SOUTH BETHLEHEM
ONE OF A THOUSAND MONUMENTS TO THE COAL MINER
THOUSANDS OF TONS OF ORE STORED IN A JOHNSTOWN YARD
ALONG THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER NEAR COLUMBIA, PENNSYLVANIA
PORTION OF ONE OF THE BIG OPEN-PIT MINES ON THE MINNESOTA RANGES
PARK POINT OR MINNESOTA POINT AND DULUTH HARBOR
WOMEN DOING THEIR BIT IN AMERICAN MUNITION FACTORIES. (World War I).
GIGANTIC PRESSURE PRESS FOR STAMPING CYLINDERS OUT OF STEEL PLATES
THE FINISHING SECTION OF A BIG RAIL MILL
STEEL RAIL PASSING THROUGH A ROLLING MILL
LOADING ORE INTO CARS AT ASHTABULA, OHIO
HULETT UNLOADER REMOVING THE ORE FROM A LAKE FREIGHTER
LOADING STEEL RAILS IN CARS, USING AN ELECTRO-MAGNET CRANE
INDUSTRY BEHIND THE WAR: PITTSBURGH AT NIGHT
A DROP HAMMER FORGING AN AXLE FOR A RAILROAD CAR
BUILDING MODERN STEEL PULLMANS, THE ACME OF COMFORT AND SAFETY
PULLING AN ORE STEAMER OUT OF POE LOCK: SOO CANAL
TAPPING AN OPEN-HEARTH FURNACE IN A STEEL MILL
BESSEMER CONVERTERS AT WORK


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