3. Miners practise archery at Uddingston Rehabilitation Centre, near Glasgow. Courtesy of the National Mining Museum Scotland Trust.

3Miners practise archery at Uddingston Rehabilitation Centre, near Glasgow. Courtesy of the National Mining Museum Scotland Trust

From: Chapter 2, Medicalising Miners? Medicine, Care and Rehabilitation

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Disability in Industrial Britain: A Cultural and Literary History of Impairment in the Coal Industry, 1880–1948 [Internet].
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