In January 1972, about two dozen women walked up a muddy road to occupy a surface mine site above Clear Creek in Knott County. Photo by Robert Newton Cooper
In January 1972, about two dozen women walked up a muddy road to occupy a surface mine site above Clear Creek in Knott County. Photo by Robert Newton Cooper
In January 1972, about two dozen women walked up a muddy road to occupy a surface mine site above Clear Creek in Knott County. Photo by Robert Newton Cooper

Chapter 7: Bombs and bullets in Clear Creek

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