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Mining in the East Midlands 1550-1947 - A. R. Griffin

Mining in the East Midlands 1550-1947

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Published: 25th June 1971
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First Published in 1971. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

getting the coal - mining systems and roof support, draining the workings, ventilation and illumination, getting the coal to bank, underground haulage, conclusion
the coal owners - landowners and entrepreneurs, management, conclusion
the miners - tommy shops, beer and bonds, discipline, religion, recreation and entertainment, appendices
transport and marketing - roads, canals and railways, monopoly and competition
the emergence of a county miner's union - the first union in the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire coalfield (1844), the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Miners' Association (1863), conclusion
the exploitation of the concealed coalfield 1850-1900 - transport and marketing, capital and enterprise, labour, conclusion, appendices
the Nottinghamshire Miners' Association - formation and consolidation - 1881-1892 - the constitution of the association, disputes, organization and leadership, conclusion
the 1893 lockout and its consequences - the lockout, the federated area conciliation board, the Leen valley, conclusion
the development of the Mansfield area 1890-1926 - capital and profits, labour, housing and welfare, wartime controls, after the war
the Nottinghamshire Miners' Association - its period of maturity and growth 1893-1920 - the movement of wage rates, organization and leadership, local disputes, eight-hour day and minimum wage agitations, political developments, break-up of the federated area, conclusion, appendices
the uneasy peace 1919-1924 - the Sankey reports, the Datum Line strike, the 1921 lockout, the miners' Indian summer, conclusion
the 1926 lockout -causes and consequences - preliminary skirmishes, the Samuel Commission, the general strike, the course of the lockout, the "breakaway", conclusion, appendix
the Nottinghamshire coalfield stagnates 1927-1939 - output restriction, capital and enterprise, labour, conclusion, appendix
the Second World War and after, 1939-1947 - production in wartime, labour in wartime, wages and profits in wartime, the nationalization issue, appendices
Spencerism - the origins of Spencerism, the development of the Spencer union, the end of the Spencer union, a new dispensation, conclusion
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ISBN: 9780714625850
ISBN-10: 071462585X
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 388
Published: 25th June 1971
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.68
Edition Number: 1