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Women, family and community on the Cannock Chase coalfield in the 1880s.

Mary E. Mills

Women, family and community on the Cannock Chase coalfield in the 1880s.

by Mary E. Mills

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Published by THe Polytechnic in Wolverhampton .
Written in English


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Women, family and community on the Cannock Chase coalfield in the 1880s by Mary E. Mills Download PDF EPUB FB2

The immediate postwar period was one of major change in UK industry and society. The restructuring of the coal industry involved large-scale population movement from declining areas to ?id=b Women Family Health and Fitness InCannock Chase in the West Midlands turned blue, and so did others including Sherwood, Amber Valley, Broxtowe, Erewash.

self-sufficiency are not Chasetown, between Lichfield and Cannock, is a village of coal-mining origins: the High Street, unhurried and friendly, is its hub.

The small family-owned shops, dwellings and public houses are a blend of Victorian and Edwardian properties, built in a simple functional Chasetown, between Cannock and Lichfield, is a village of coal-mining origins: the High Street, unhurried and friendly, is its hub.

The small family-owned shops, dwellings and public houses are a blend of Victorian and Edwardian properties, built in a simple functional   Cannock has a free weekly local newspaper, the Cannock & Rugeley Chronicle (an edition of the Cannock & Lichfield Chronicle).

Another free weekly, the Chase Post (an edition of the Cannock Chase & Burntwood Post), ceased publication in November The Express & Star is a paid-for local newspaper, published in Wolverhampton on :// Cannock is located close to the M6, M6 toll and M54 motorways.

There is an extensive network of local buses radiating out from Cannock town centre. The town's main bus operator is Arriva Midlands, who operate the majority of services to and from Cannock bus station linking Stafford, Penkridge, Lichfield, Walsall and Rugeley to name a few.

Cannock railway station closed in as part of the Mining memorial, Hednesford A memorial to the un-named persons including children who died in the mines of the Cannock Chase coalfield. Hednesford was a mining town in the heart of the coalfield. West Cannock No. 5 Pit closed on 17 December and the last pit on Cannock Chase   Cannock Chase No.3 Cannock Chase No.8 Jan Cannock Chase No.9 (merged with Cannock Chase) There is also a list of book publishers and sellers that deal in geology find cousin Will superintending the women chipping the clay off the ironstone on the Journal pdf.

McClean was also a part owner of ‘The Cannock Chase Colliery Company’ and was involved in laying a network of mineral lines within the coalfield that linked with the South Staffs, together with a branch from Ryecroft to Cannock, and on to Rugeley via Birchills and Bloxwich, that was added by Since covering the anniversary of The Grove Pit Disaster – the worst such event in our area’s mining history – I’ve only peripherally touched on the subject of the local mines.

After some prompting by readers, I’ve decided this week to feature the Walsall Wood Colliery in the ‘Pictures from the Past’ feature.

I’m very wary of glamorising or sanitising the history of mining; I Also known as Cannock Chase Coalfield, this was the main energy source for the Industrial Revolution which shaped the modern world and was to give the Black Country its nickname. Ironbridge and Coalbrookdale were supplied in the 18th.

century from here where shallow mining had already been practised for :// ‘Poaching and the Game Laws on Cannock Chase’, in D. Hay, P. Linebaugh, J.

Rule and E. Thompson, Albion’s Fatal Tree: Crime and Society in Eighteenth-Century England (London, View Julie Shires’ profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Julie has 10 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and Two: The mining community.

All of these villages were very small until the pits were dug – called the Cannock Chase Mines – and houses were built to accommodate the miners. The only work to be had was mining or farm work. Most girls went to work in shops or live-in service at the big houses in Walsall, Sutton Coldfield or ://   Cannock (/ ˈ k æ n ə k /) is a town and the administrative centre of the Cannock Chase District, as of the census, it has a population of 29, and is one the most populous towns in the district of Cannock Chase in the county of Staffordshire in the West Midlands region of England.

Cannock lies to the north of the West Midlands conurbation on the M6, A34 and A5 roads, and to the   The Cannock Chase Arts Council is hosting a fun show called “The ‘eart of the Matter” on Saturday 1st April at pm.

This entertaining evening showcases the array of artistic talent of local people from voluntary led groups in the Cannock Chase ://?created[min]=08/13/   HC Deb 20 November vol cc § Relevant documents: First Report of the Energy Committee, Session –87, on the Coal Industry and the Memorandum setting out the Government's Response to that Report (House of Commons Papers Nos.

and ). am § Mr. Kevin Barron (Rother Valley)   The Mining Community which looks at housing, royal visits, disasters, the Mines Rescue Service, strikes, unionism and welfare.

A colour section of sixteen pages with tinted postcards and ephemera. A Directory of the coalfield on postcards with opening and closing dates of The Cannock Chase Coalfield and Its Coal Mines, Alan Dean, Mick Drury, Mick Lucas Broken Hearts Dreams & Inspirations, Karla M.

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Women workers hauling coal to the surface up a ladder. Leading woman has lost her load and the woman following is in danger of being hurt buy falling coal and and falling off the ladder and crashing to the pit bottom. Woodcut of British mining conditions c  South Staffs Coalfield.

Also known as Cannock Chase Coalfield, this was the main energy source for the Industrial Revolution which shaped the modern world and was to give the Black Country its nickname.

Ironbridge and Coalbrookdale were supplied in the 18th. century from here where shallow mining had already been practised for ://EDWARD JOHN BOURNE Biographical Notes Cannock Chase is the remnant of a vast forest that covered much of Staffordshire at the time of the Domesday survey.

The headlines of the Cannock Advertiser bear witness to the fact that the three-day working week was prevalent in the Cannock Chase coalfield. Even at such times, the pit shafts