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Independent Coal & Coke Company, Kenilworth, Carbon County, UT

Independent Coal & Coke Company, Kenilworth, Carbon County, UT



Significance: The opening of the Kenilworth Mine in 1907 marked the beginning of the second phase of development in Utah's coal industry. The first phase was marked by a complete monopoly of the railroads over coal production, and the second phase was marked by the entrance of a number of local independent producers into the industry. The Independent Coal & Coke Company's mine was the first of the independents established.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-13
Survey number: HAER UT-31



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