Harlan County

Harlan County may refer to:

Places in the United States
  • Harlan County, USA, a documentary film about mineworkers in the Kentucky county and their fight to organize a trade union
  • The USS Harlan County (LST-1196), a tank landing ship in the United States Navy
  • Harlan County (album), a 1969 album by American singer-songwriter Jim Ford

Other articles related to "harlan county, county":

USS Harlan County (LST-1196) - Design and Capabilities
... USS Harlan County, one of the Newport class of LSTs, was designed as a modernized "battle-group" version of the Tank Landing Ships (LSTs) of World War Two ... The Harlan County had a light weight of 4,792 long tons (4,868.9 t), but almost doubled in weight to 8,450 long tons (8,585.6 t) at full load ... The Harlan County normally carried two LCVPs on the port Welin davit, and another LCVP and an LCPL (Captain's Gig) on the starboard davit ...
Harlan County Lake Seaplane Base
... Harlan County Lake Seaplane Base (FAA LID H63) is a public use seaplane base located six nautical miles (11 km) southwest of the central business district of Alma, a city in Harlan County ...
David Walls (academic) - Work With Appalachian Volunteers
... He moved to Harlan County, Kentucky to supervise VISTA volunteers ... Although his initial work in Harlan County involved organizing low-income people to demand representation on the Cumberland Valley's community action agency, he ... coal led to sedition charges in Pike County, Kentucky in August 1967 against an AV staff member and two workers for the Southern Conference Education Fund ...

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