Stories from the mines [videorecording] / United Studios of America
- A documentary that recounts the epic human rights conflict between immigrant anthracite coal miners, turn-of-the-century industrialists and the United States government. The film blends dramatic re-enactments with archival motion picture footage and photographs to show how America's ascendency as the world's pre-eminent superpower was fueled by the extraordinary social and industrial impact of anthracite coal mining in northeastern Pennsylvania.
- One of Worthington Scranton's copies includes companion teacher's guide (45, 22 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.) for grades K through 12 in container.
- Creation/Production Credits Note:
- Written and directed by Greg Matkosky ; produced by Thomas M. Currá ; Thomas M. Currá, John W. Cosgrove, and Jo Ann Fremiotti, executive producers ; Jason Miller, narrator ; Tom Greco, director of photography ; Sandra Gonzalez and Adrian Gonzalez, editors ; original music by Terri Fevang and Tom Flannery.
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