Building a Working-Class Archaeology: The Colorado Coal Field War Project

  title={Building a Working-Class Archaeology: The Colorado Coal Field War Project},
  author={Randall H. McGuire and Paul E. Reckner},
  journal={Industrial Archaeology Review},
  pages={83 - 95}
(2003). Building a Working-Class Archaeology: The Colorado Coal Field War Project. Industrial Archaeology Review: Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 83-95. 
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