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Le Musée Houiller de Lille et ses collections : un héritage remarquable de l'activité minière du Nord - Pas-de-Calais

Abstract : The coal Museum was instituted in 1907 in Lille, under Charles Barrois initiative, in order to become a tool at the service of the mining companies of the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. It is made available to engineers and is also open to civil society. Nowadays, the result is two unique collections, witnesses of the mining heritage, both at the University of Lille and the Natural History Museum of Lille. For 110 years, three different phases have enriched this set of scientific specimens that researchers have constantly analyzed, while the museographic policy of presenting samples to the general public has had two periods.
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Jessie Cuvelier, Thierry Oudoire. Le Musée Houiller de Lille et ses collections : un héritage remarquable de l'activité minière du Nord - Pas-de-Calais. Annales de la Société Géologique du Nord, 2017, 24 (2ème série), pp.43 - 49. ⟨hal-02385544⟩

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