Mining Publication: A Primer on Explosives for Coal Miners
Original creation date: January 1911
An archived publication from the early days of the U.S. Bureau of Mines. Peruse what explosives safety was like in 1911.
This little book on explosives is published in the hope that it may aid in preventing accidents resulting from the improper use of explosives in mining.
Authors: CE Munroe, C Hall
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