Authors

Erik Reece

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T. Allan Comp's work to drain and refurbish toxic coalmines for use as public spaces

ISBN

demvistas_05_reece

Publication Date

2002

Publisher

Columbia College Chicago

City

Chicago, IL

Keywords

coal mines, Appalachia, labor unions, environment, memorials, environmental artT. Allan Comp, Acid Mine Drainage & Art, VISTA, Environmental Protection Agency, National Park Service, Sarah Ogan Gunning, Pete Seeger, Bob Deason, Stacy Levy, Blacklick Creek, Vintondale, PA, Office os Surface Mining, U.S. Department of the Interior, Jack Spadaro, Steven Griles, Gene Kruger, National Mining Strategies, National Mining Association, Jessica Liddell, Ghost Town Rail Trail, Sam Bower, Claire Fullman, Emily Nye, Sue Thering, Harlan County

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Profile 5: 'Art the Works': T. Allan Comp and the Reclamation of a Toxic Legacy

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