Table of contents for From the miners' doublehouse : archaeology and landscape in a Pennsylvania coal company town / Karen Bescherer Metheny.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
1. Corporate Paternalism and the Company Town	000
2. Building the Coal Company Town	000
3. In the Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania: The Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company	000
4. We Live in This Place	000
5. Oral Histories from Helvetia: A Community Remembers	000
6. How the Miner Lives: Material Culture and Worker Identity in a Company Town	000
7. The Miners' Doublehouse: An Archaeological Perspective	000
8. Creating Environment: The Physical Landscape of the Mining Town	000
9. Negotiating Place: Social Discourse in a Company Town	000
Appendix A: Select Papers of the Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company	000
Appendix B: Using Oral Histories from Helvetia	000
Notes	000
References Cited	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Helvetia (Pa.) -- Antiquities.
Helvetia (Pa.) -- Social life and customs.
Coal miners -- Pennsylvania -- Helvetia -- Social life and customs.
Community life -- Pennsylvania -- Helvetia -- History.
Coal mines and mining -- Social aspects -- Pennsylvania -- Helvetia -- History.
Landscape -- Social aspects -- Pennsylvania -- Helvetia -- History.
Helvetia (Pa.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Company towns -- Pennsylvania -- Case studies.
Helvetia (Pa.) -- Biography.
Oral history.