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Worker’s Concentration Camp by Julian Martin

A Workers Concentration Camp West Virginia has always been a sort of worker’s concentration camp. Big-city folks from Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Philadelphia, owned and still own most of the minerals under the land. Desperately poor people were brought in to … Continue reading

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My Morning Reading

My morning reading from old Goldenseal magazines goes back to the Winter 1985 edition. The article, by Martha Lewis Manning, was about the 200th birthday celebration of the three West Virginia cities of Morgantown, Clarksburg and Parkersburg, all founded in … Continue reading

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