The Resource History of the Scofield mine disaster : A concise account of the incidents and scenes that took place at Scofield, Utah, May 1, 1900. When mine number four exploded, killing 200 men. Profusely illustrated by 70 choice engravings, J. W. Dilley, author

History of the Scofield mine disaster : A concise account of the incidents and scenes that took place at Scofield, Utah, May 1, 1900. When mine number four exploded, killing 200 men. Profusely illustrated by 70 choice engravings, J. W. Dilley, author

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History of the Scofield mine disaster : A concise account of the incidents and scenes that took place at Scofield, Utah, May 1, 1900. When mine number four exploded, killing 200 men. Profusely illustrated by 70 choice engravings
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History of the Scofield mine disaster
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A concise account of the incidents and scenes that took place at Scofield, Utah, May 1, 1900. When mine number four exploded, killing 200 men. Profusely illustrated by 70 choice engravings
Statement of responsibility
J. W. Dilley, author
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Subject
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Language
eng
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UPB
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1861-
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Dilley, J. W.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
TN323.D57
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Mine explosions
  • Coal mines and mining
  • Scofield (Utah)
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History of the Scofield mine disaster : A concise account of the incidents and scenes that took place at Scofield, Utah, May 1, 1900. When mine number four exploded, killing 200 men. Profusely illustrated by 70 choice engravings, J. W. Dilley, author
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Publication
Note
  • Title vignette
  • Illustrations not noted in the contents: Boys from Provo, op. 153 -- Store and residence of William Samuels, op. 160 -- Union Pacific mine, op. 217 -- Lars Jensen op. 224. Three black pages accompany the last plate
Extent
1 online resource (298, [1] pages, [69] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Note
  • Bound in illustrated blue cloth.
  • Americana/Rare copy 1 bound in red illustrated cloth. Presented to the library by Harold R. Clark.
  • Americana/Rare copy 2 bound in illustrated tan cloth. Compliments of The Skelton Pub. Co. <to> B.Y. Academy Library, 1901.
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illustrations, portraits)
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remote
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History of the Scofield mine disaster : A concise account of the incidents and scenes that took place at Scofield, Utah, May 1, 1900. When mine number four exploded, killing 200 men. Profusely illustrated by 70 choice engravings, J. W. Dilley, author
Link
Publication
Note
  • Title vignette
  • Illustrations not noted in the contents: Boys from Provo, op. 153 -- Store and residence of William Samuels, op. 160 -- Union Pacific mine, op. 217 -- Lars Jensen op. 224. Three black pages accompany the last plate
Extent
1 online resource (298, [1] pages, [69] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Note
  • Bound in illustrated blue cloth.
  • Americana/Rare copy 1 bound in red illustrated cloth. Presented to the library by Harold R. Clark.
  • Americana/Rare copy 2 bound in illustrated tan cloth. Compliments of The Skelton Pub. Co. <to> B.Y. Academy Library, 1901.
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits)
Specific material designation
remote

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