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British Coalminers in the Nineteenth Century
December 1989 by Longman Higher Education .
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This book surveys the social history of British coalminers and their families in the 19th century. Benson examines the homes in which the miners lived; the conditions in which they worked; and the way in which they were paid, spent their money, and looked after their families.
ISBN: British Coalminers in the Nineteenth Century book Number: Notes: "First published by Gill and Macmillan Ltd., "--Title page verso. Includes index. Description. Hughes. Herbert W, A Text-Book of Mining: For the use of colliery managers and others (London, many editions ), the standard British textbook for its era.
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In this important contribution to the study of industrial relations, Roy Church and Quentin Outram present research into the strike activity of British coalminers from Cited by: Description: For more than half a century, Victorian Studies has been devoted to the study of British culture of the Victorian age.
It regularly includes interdisciplinary articles on comparative literature, social and political history, and the histories of education, philosophy, fine arts, economics, law, and science, as well as review essays and an extensive book review section. Disabled coalminers fuelled the Industrial Revolution So says a groundbreaking new study of British coalmining in the nineteenth century.
The study, being prepared by University of Oulu historian Dr Daniel Blackie and Prof David M. Turner of Swansea University, examines the experiences of disabled mineworkers in the coal industry and reveals. Byan estimated one in six of the British population belonged to a friendly society.
83 Throughout the nineteenth century, mining areas had some of the highest friendly society membership rates in Britain. 84 That they did, reflects a realisation by miners and their families that ill health and injury were inevitable consequences of Author: David M.
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Vol 5: the nationalized industry. *Benson, J. British coalminers in the nineteenth century: a social history. Boyd, R.N. Coal pits and pitmen: a short history of the coal trade and legislation affecting it File Size: 72KB.
1 online resource (xx, pages): In this important contribution to the study of industrial relations, Roy Church and Quentin Outram present research into the strike activity of British coalminers from the late nineteenth century to the : John Benson, British Coalminers in the Nineteenth Century: A Social History (Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, ), ; Roy Church, The History of the British Coal Industry Vol.
3: – Victorian Pre-Eminence (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), Author: David M. Turner, Daniel Blackie. Synopsis In this important contribution to the study of industrial relations, Roy Church and Quentin Outram present new research into the strike activity of British coalminers from the late nineteenth century to the mids.
The authors consider not only the major national strikes and lock Author: Roy Church, Quentin Outram. British Coalminers In The Nineteenth Century: A Social History by John Benson it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published — 4 editions.
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The result is a book that effectively revises and even redraws the standard image of British bc coalminers that appears in standard accounts of the province's history.
'The long-standing impression that the coalfield population was simply young, male, and single must be discarded,' Belshaw argues. On the uncertain notion of economic upturn in the third quarter of the nineteenth century, see G.
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The Reasons for Rapid Population Growth in Nineteenth Century Britain. Number of people walking the face of earth has always been at constant change and the growth in population has always been a great issue of concern and attention by governments and leaders throughout time, especially if occurred in a short period of time.
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Although most of the images are photographic, and therefore relate to the latter part of the nineteenth to the closing years of twentieth century, use is also made of much earlier sources, from woodcuts and engravings Price: £.