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The living condition of miners was shocking and horrid. They lived in shacks inside their patch village (neighborhood) which was owned by the coal company. As well as the coal company owning the houses they also owned the schools the church the store where they inflated prices and forced miners to buy there supplies there by threatening them there jobs if they didn't. They even owed the police.
As the coal companies continued to treat miners with deplorable working conditions, low wages and bad living conditions the miners retaliated. …
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