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Coal Mine Farmersville Illinois Crown 3 underground video 1992 Freeman United
 
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Coal Mine Farmersville Illinois Crown 3 underground video 1992 This mine is no longer open. This is a great video of how coal is mined by room and pillar.
Views: 1867 Tom Shelton
Coal Mine Farmersville & Girard Illinois Crown 2 & 3 Freeman United 2017 Abandoned coal mine
 
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Coal Mine Farmersville & Girard Crown 2 & 3 Freeman United later renamed Springfield Coal Company. these mines have long ago shutdown and this is what remains. My dad worked at Crown 3 in Farmersville. I created this video with the YouTube Slideshow Creator (https://www.youtube.com/upload)
Views: 267 Tom Shelton
Illinois Coal Mining
 
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Illinois Coal Mining
Brushy Creek Coal Mine, Saline County, Illinois
 
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Ever wonder what it's like in an underground coal mine? This was video shot several years ago but little has changed since. If you don't like being closed in or tight places, this job is not for you.
Views: 7023 Ron McDonald
# 4 Mine, Stone, Ky
 
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Video of #4 Mine, Stone, Ky - filmed by Roger Hardesty in 1990. This is rough footage which I plan to edit later.
Views: 45011 Ryan Hardesty
The Decline of Coal in Southern Illinois
 
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A look inside the American Coal Company's New Era and New Future coal mines in Galatia, Illinois. LET'S CONNECT: Chicago Tribune ► http://trib.in/1ErxACI Google+ ► http://bit.ly/1MFPEfY Twitter ► http://bit.ly/1wSjSsz Facebook ► http://on.fb.me/18Ui46X Instagram ► http://bit.ly/1xt4hKL
Views: 1969 Chicago Tribune
Illinois Stories | Viper Mine | WSEC-TV/PBS Springfield
 
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One of the main employers in Logan County. The Viper Coal Mine recently saved the mine and the jobs when it installed an overland belt, the only one in the state, to move coal from its new slope to the treatment plant. Mark McDonald goes down into the mine to see the mining process. A DVD of this episode can be purchased by calling 217-483-7887.
Views: 5823 Network Knowledge
Amax Coal Company - Delta Mine Barbara Kay Story
 
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In the 1980's AMAX Coal Company worked with the Illinois DPA to reclaim the abandoned Barbara Kay Mine on Crab Orchard Creek. The Barbara Kay Mine was on property owned by the AMAX's Delta Mine and this video features many individuals who worked at Delta and in the AMAX Environmental Department. The video, photography and scripting was by Ron Richardson and Jeff Titchenal, who were employees of AMAX in the 1980.
Views: 1564 Titchmedia
Kinaalda Show Reel
 
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Kinaalda, Navajo Rite of Passage; A family celebration. Indian Summer Film Producers: Lena Carr, Aaron Carr, Kyle Carr Thanks to: Corporation for Public Broadcasting; Native American Public Telecommunications, KAET-TV, Ellis Tanner Trading Co.
Coal Miner's Wife- Blair Pathways
 
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Words Sarah Ogan Gunning Tune Traditional Sung by Sara Lynch-Thomanson www.blairpathways.com
Views: 1278 jordan freeman
River King Underground #1 - 1990 - The Final Days
 
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River King Underground #1 at Freeburg, Illinois. This video was shot during the final days of the mine in January of 1990. A tour of the underground and on top shows the facilities and the crew of men closing the mine.
Views: 2337 Mike Yurgec
Southeast Kentucky Coal Mining
 
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This is a short video/photo collage of pillaring in Southeastern Kentucky. This is a process of mining the coal pillars which are the primary roof support in an underground coal mine. This process is to allow you to mine the maximum amount of coal, the mine roof just behind the pillars are suppose to collapse, but due to MSHA regulation and fear of injury/death the amount of pillar to be removed is highly limited and the number of timbers/temporary roof support is increased. This often causes the weight on the pillars to ride back behind the working area creating a more dangerous situation than normal.
Views: 15199 Gary Bentley
Sinking the Heartland
 
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The Citizens Against Longwall Mining in Montgomery County, Illinois tell how coal mining will adversely affect their community.
Views: 5847 CyDesignStudio
The beggining of a huge coal mine
 
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Sugarcamp Mine in Southern illinois
Views: 1838 Jake White
Reality Check - Coal Mining 4 of 4
 
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Monica Zukas interviews and talks about Coal Mining in Southern Illinois.
Views: 113 TotalRealityCheck
#12 coal mine in Muddy Il. Drone footage
 
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Phantom 3 standard. I found a prop left behind from The Driving Dead when they filmed there. Skip to 1:03 to see it. Here is the clip you can see the guy standing two times in the exact spot where the gun was sitting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0k-SJWgFjrE
Views: 943 pete summers
Stay Out and Stay Alive: Abandoned Mine Safety
 
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Stay Out and Stay Alive: Abandoned Mine Safety - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement - Publication VID-011 - Please, stay out, stay alive.
Views: 14409 PublicResourceOrg
Illinois Surface Coal Mine
 
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Il Coal mine, Strip mine, Surface Mine, Van Villines, Coal Mining, Van Villines Coal Mine, Illinois mine, Illinois surface mine
Views: 415 Van Villines
I decided to be a coal miner.
 
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"To truly understand the common man, I must act like the common man, even if I'm so much more than that." - Dillon the Hacker, 2015
Views: 70476 Dillon The Hacker
Freeman Company Intro Video
 
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Freeman Company of Fremont, OH, is a world-class manufacturer of thin film thermoform plastic molds and tooling. Meet the management and tour the facility in this informational video.
Public Service Broadcasting - They Gave Me A Lamp
 
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Listen to ‘They Gave Me A Lamp; On Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and TIDAL: http://found.ee/TGMALamp Taken from the new album ‘Every Valley’ released 7th July. Pre-order below. Clear Vinyl: http://found.ee/everyvalleyindies Black Vinyl: http://found.ee/everyvalleylp CD: http://found.ee/everyvalleycd Digital: http://found.ee/everyvalley Connect with PSB Website: http://publicservicebroadcasting.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PUBLICSERVICEBROADCASTING Twitter: https://twitter.com/PSB_HQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/psb_hq Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/59VMkP6u0VhbCiLW4jiTeN Credits Director: Brain Wash Producer: Emily Vincent Executive Producer: Jack Lightfoot DOP: Yiannis Manolopoulos 1st AC: Jackie Teboul Gaffer / Lighting Op: Jack Knott Editor: Daniel Davies Production Assistant: Matthew Hopper Projectionist: Gerred Blyth Post Production: Okay Studio Colourist: Ludo Driver: Libby Freeman Director’s Rep: Chloe Page Label: PIAS http://vevo.ly/z58ERR
Views: 116284 PSBHQVEVO
New Coal Mine Touted By Trump Opens In Pennsylvania
 
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A brand new coal mine is officially open for business in Somerset County; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Views: 946 CBS Pittsburgh
Lifetime Movies 2017 - Tommy Lee Jones 2017 - Back Roads 2017
 
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Lifetime Movies 2017 a depressing look at two seedy characters trying to make it through life. The acting is solid and both Fields and Jones look the part of someone living on the edges of society. Jones is a two-bit club boxer with a reputation for losing.
Views: 4773 Victoria Davies
FGX-24A Eagle River Coal Co. in Harrisburg, IL
 
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FGX-24A Eagle River Coal Co. in Harrisburg, IL
Views: 237 FGX SepTech, LLC
Why Shakespeare loved iambic pentameter - David T. Freeman and Gregory Taylor
 
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-shakespeare-loved-iambic-pentameter-david-t-freeman-and-gregory-taylor Shakespeare sometimes gets a bad rap in high schools for his complex plots and antiquated language. But a quick peek into the rhythm of his words reveals a poet deeply rooted in the way people spoke in his time — and still speak today. Why do Shakespeare’s words have such staying power? David T. Freeman and Gregory Taylor uncover the power of iambic pentameter. Lesson by David T. Freeman and Gregory Taylor, animation by Brad Purnell.
Views: 622889 TED-Ed
Stripped: A Voice for Rocky Branch
 
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What would you do when the worlds largest coal company comes knocking on your front door? Journey with one community as they try and take a stand.
Views: 445 Derek Deters
#ActOnClimate Keep Our Coal In the Ground
 
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Despite his commitments, President Obama's Department of Interior continues to give away publicly owned coal to mining companies, subsidizing the burning and export of our coal while unlocking billions of tons of carbon pollution. Tell Interior Secretary Jewell to #ActOnClimate and keep our coal in the ground. Dial 1-888-907-6639 to call on Secretary Jewell to act on climate and keep our coal in the ground. More Information: http://grist.org/article/blm-schedules-two-major-coal-leases-undermining-president-obamas-climate-action-plan/
Views: 1544 Greenpeace USA
Stripmine Shovel
 
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1050B Stripping Shovel in 1988 at the Freeman United Industry Mine in Industry Illinois.
Views: 24342 Bob Cebuhar
"The Chuitna River No Place for a Coal Strip Mine"   Chuitna Citizens Coalition
 
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Information about the proposed Chuitna Coal Project. A plan to destroy miles of salmon streams in Alaska to mine low grade coal for Asia.
Views: 529 Rob Freeman
S and L Industries - Kentucky Underground Mining Contractor
 
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S and L Industries - Kentucky Underground Mining Contractor Our Client - S and L Industries Film Production - SociallyPresent.com S and L specializes in all aspects of mining, production, production support, belt installation, belt drive installation, concrete, seals, and overcasts. We had a blast filming in a coal mine, 1000 feet underground, for this project with our friends at S and L. A Kentucky Film Production Company KY Industrial Video Production
Views: 1791 Socially Present
The World Market for Coal:  What's going on the C of "RE less than C"?
 
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Google Tech Talks August 7, 2008 ABSTRACT The success of Google's "RE less than C" initiative hinges on coal (C). This talk will review major developments in the coal industry worldwide and explain why coal will be very difficult to unseat in the emerging markets where growth in consumption is most rapid. In the industrialized world the situation is different, and the recent explosion in the cost of building and operating new coal-fired power plants means that in some settings renewable energy (RE) already cheaper than coal. Yet the coal industry has never been so competitive as it is today, and it is possible that coal could remain a dominant energy source even in a carbon-constrained world. So far, however, actual investment in the new technologies needed to make coal competitive has been about two orders of magnitude less than needed. Speaker: David Victor David Victor is Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and Director of the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development at Stanford University's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. The Program, launched in September 2001, focuses on power sector reform, the emerging global market for natural gas, energy services for the world's poor, the practical challenges in managing climate change, and the role of state-controlled oil and gas companies in the world's hydrocarbon markets. Much of the Program's research concentrates in Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa. He teaches energy law, regulation and political economy at Stanford Law School. Previously, Dr. Victor directed the Science and Technology program at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, where he remains Adjunct Senior Fellow. He directed the Council's task force on energy co-chaired by Jim Schlesinger and John Deutch and is senior adviser to the task force on climate change chaired by governors George Pataki and Tom Vilsack. He also leads a study group that is examining ways to improve management of the nation's $50b strategic oil reserve. In the past, his research at the Council his research focused on the sources of technological innovation and the impact of innovation on economic growth. His research also examined global forest policy, global warming, and genetic engineering of food crops. His Ph.D. is from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Political Science and International Relations), his B.A. from Harvard University (History and Science). His publications include: Natural Gas and Geopolitics (Cambridge University Press, July 2006), The Collapse of the Kyoto Protocol and the Struggle to Slow Global Warming (Princeton University Press, April 2001; second edition July 2004); Climate Change: Debating America's Policy Options (New York: Council on Foreign Relations); Technological Innovation and Economic Performance (Princeton University Press, January 2002, co-edited with Benn Steil and Richard Nelson); and an edited book of case studies on the implementation of international environmental agreements (MIT Press, 1998). He is author of more than 100 essays and articles in scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers, such as Climatic Change, The Financial Times, Foreign Affairs, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Nature, The New York Times, Science, and Scientific American, and The Washington Post.
Views: 6423 GoogleTechTalks
Amax Coal, Leahy Mine
 
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Video by Mike Jennings 1987, Thanks Mike.
Views: 46 Jan Byrd
Foresight Energy Company Profile (FELP)
 
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Foresight Energy is a coal mining company based in Missouri trading under the ticker symbol FELP. The company owns and operates four mining complexes in the Illinois Basin. Visit our website for a list of publicly traded coal mining companies including charts and videos. http://investsnips.com/list-of-publicly-traded-coal-mining-companies/
Views: 54 InvestSnips
Mining at Mendota Hills campground Amboy Illinois
 
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Mining gems and other treasures at Mendota Hills campground in Amboy, IL with Cold River Mining company (tm)
Carnival of Destruction
 
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Tell JP Morgan Chase to stop funding mountaintop removal coal mining! Meet Waterkeeper Alliance, Rainforest Action Network, New York Action Network, Sierra Club, and Friends of the Earth at Carnival of Destruction on October 29 at 8 am at JP Morgan Chase headquarters (270 Park Ave, Manhattan).
Views: 342 thedirtyliedotcom
Dirty Banks financing Australian Coal
 
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Banks spend huge amounts of money and time trying to sell themselves as socially responsible and environmentally sustainable companies. But if they continue heavily investing in polluting power, it doesn't matter how many trees they plant, envelopes they recycle or green lightbulbs they install -- the damage caused by their coal investments is already too great.
10/23/10: Governor Quinn Announces Approval of New Coal Mine in Hamilton County
 
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BENTON -- Governor Pat Quinn today announced approval of a new underground coal mine to be opened in Hamilton County. The new mine will create 300 construction jobs and 350 permanent jobs and provide a significant economic boost to southern Illinois.
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2016 Kamoa Kakula Video
 
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The Kamoa-Kakula Copper Project — a joint venture between Ivanhoe Mines and Zijin Mining Group Co., Ltd. and the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo — has been independently ranked as the world’s largest, undeveloped, high-grade copper discovery…
Views: 123 Olivier Fauchier
Knight Hawk Coal Christmas Party Scholarship Award
 
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Monte Kuhnert presenting scholarship in memory of his dad, Jerry Kuhnert
Views: 256 304roosevelt
Cherry Illinois Mine Disaster With Photos of April Jensen
 
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The Cherry Illinois Coal Mine Disaster with photos of our grand daughter April when we visited the memorial in Cherry, Illinois. The disaster happened November 13, 1909. We took April for her 16th Birthday because she wanted to see it.
Views: 155 Bill Rohde
Trump encouraged to end war on coal
 
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Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray says unreliable power grids present a dangerous situation in America.
Views: 3620 Fox Business
RWS PSA- Mountaintop Removal
 
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This is a PSA which I had to make for my RWS class at UTEP. It is based on Mountaintop Removal, a form of surface strip mining that occurs in the Appalachian Mountain Range. Since the 1970's, over 500 mountains have been plateaued, and far more than 2,000 headwater streams have been covered up or polluted by companies dumping the waste products. I do not own the content of this video. Links to content: 1st Song/Woman Speaking https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKw4CM_aBmc 2nd Song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTZICIJ0_MM Video in the background https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5RcbPZXUZo
Views: 109 4CollegeOnly
China to cut surcharges paid by coal-fired power producers
 
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China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has decided to reduce surcharges paid by coal-fired power producers. This move by China's top economic planner signaled the first increase in wholesale power prices since 2011. The change will take effect from July 1 and will help coal-fired power plants manage their rising coal prices. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Watch CGTN Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2-Aq7f_BwE Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
Views: 197 CGTN
Appalachian Distillery: A Mountain Tradition
 
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Dwayne Freeman of Appalachian Moonshine shares the story of his moonshine distillery in Ripley, WV and the wide variety of flavors he created with Flavorman, a beverage development company in Louisville, KY.
Views: 1721 FlavormanTV
Amos 'n' Andy Televison Cast Introduction
 
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Fair Use - Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by statute This is a pretty remarkable video. It shows Freeman Gosden & Charles Correll, who played Amos and Andy on the radio program, introducing (for the first time) the cast they have hired for the television program, which is just beginning production. (How Spencer Williams, who plays Andy, can be called a "boy" is amazing, but those were clearly very different times!) Enjoy.
Views: 274228 Robert Beacham
Investigation Finds Hopkins  Docs Denied Disability Benefits For Miners With Black Lung
 
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World-renowned Johns Hopkins Medicine forced to suspend program after investigation finds one doctor reviewed 1,500 cases and never found an instance of black lung, denying coal miners disability benefits
Views: 1983 TheRealNews
"Sixteen Tons" (acoustic)
 
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Today I felt like channeling Tennessee Ernie Ford, Isaac Freeman, George Younce,, etc. So I made a webcam recording performing on a 2nd edited take of 1955's "Sixteen Tons" while singing bass in A/minor. This song was originally attributed to Merle Travis, but evidence of this claim was later contested by George S. Davis in 1966, who claimed to have written the piece in the early 1930's. Tennesse Ernie Ford recorded this song in 1955 and it his his style and rendition that I intended to emulate. I added additional strumming patterns to enhance the melancholy. via Wikipedia: According to Travis, the line from the chorus, "another day older and deeper in debt", was a phrase often used by his father, a coal miner himself. This and the line, "I owe my soul to the company store", is a reference to the truck system and to debt bondage. Under this scrip system, workers were not paid cash; rather they were paid with non-transferable credit vouchers which could be exchanged only for goods sold at the company store. This made it impossible for workers to store up cash savings. Workers also usually lived in company-owned dormitories or houses, the rent for which was automatically deducted from their pay. In the United States the truck system and associated debt bondage persisted until the strikes of the newly formed United Mine Workers and affiliated unions forced an end to such practices.
Views: 66 Lord Gazuga
The Corn Is Green by Emlyn Williams (1938) | Radio Drama (1945)
 
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L. C. Moffat is a strong-willed English school teacher working in a poverty-stricken coal mining village in late 19th century Wales. She struggles to win the local Welsh miners over to her English ways, and an illiterate teenager by the name of Morgan Evans eventually graduates with honours The play is slightly vague about when it is set. The script describes it as the latter part of the 19th century, but it appears to be before serious moves towards universal education in England and Wales with the Elementary Education Act 1870. Broadcast: Saturday Night Theatre The Corn Is Green By Emlyn Williams 1945.01.27 Production Company: BBC
Views: 884 Jamie Mason