GEORGE WILSON IS SHOWN AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE MINE HE OPERATED NEAR WILDER AND CRAWFORD, TENNESSEE, BEFORE IT WAS CLOSED DOWN BY FEDERAL MINE INSPECTORS FOR USING AN ARCING DRILL. A DRILL WHICH WOULD NOT CAUSE SPARKS AND ALLIED EQUIPMENT WOULD COST $100,000 AND PUT HIM BACK IN BUSINESS. BEFORE CLOSING, THE MINE PRODUCED 250 TONS OF COAL PER DAY FOR HOME HEATING AND THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY

Chicago citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. 12/2/1970. GEORGE WILSON IS SHOWN AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE MINE HE OPERATED NEAR WILDER AND CRAWFORD, TENNESSEE, BEFORE IT WAS CLOSED DOWN BY FEDERAL MINE INSPECTORS FOR USING AN ARCING DRILL. A DRILL WHICH WOULD NOT CAUSE SPARKS AND ALLIED EQUIPMENT WOULD COST $100,000 AND PUT HIM BACK IN BUSINESS. BEFORE CLOSING, THE MINE PRODUCED 250 TONS OF COAL PER DAY FOR HOME HEATING AND THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY. 1974-04. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/556329. (Accessed September 22, 2018.)
APA citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. 12/2/1970, (1974-04) GEORGE WILSON IS SHOWN AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE MINE HE OPERATED NEAR WILDER AND CRAWFORD, TENNESSEE, BEFORE IT WAS CLOSED DOWN BY FEDERAL MINE INSPECTORS FOR USING AN ARCING DRILL. A DRILL WHICH WOULD NOT CAUSE SPARKS AND ALLIED EQUIPMENT WOULD COST $100,000 AND PUT HIM BACK IN BUSINESS. BEFORE CLOSING, THE MINE PRODUCED 250 TONS OF COAL PER DAY FOR HOME HEATING AND THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/556329
MLA citation style
Environmental Protection Agency. 12/2/1970. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/556329>.
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