Originally published: Blythe : R. Fynes, 1873.
|Statement||by Richaed Fynes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
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The Miners of Northumberland and Durham: A History of their Social and Political Progress by Fynes, Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The miners of Northumberland and Durham: a history of their social and political progress.. [Richard Fynes] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Coal miners--England--Northumberland--History\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Durham Mining Museum Summary of Local Records for Wanless Web Trial of Constable George Weddell for the murder of Cuthbert Skipsey. Transcript from Newcastle Courant, 11 Aug Further study. Fynes, Richard (), The Miners of Northumberland and Durham, Blyth: John Robinson, Jun., p. The Durham Miners' Gala is a large annual gathering and labour festival held on the second Saturday in July in the city of Durham, England. It is associated with the coal mining heritage (and particularly that of miners' trade unionism) of the Durham Coalfield, which stretched throughout the traditional County of is also locally called "The Big Meeting" or "Durham Big Date(s): Second Saturday in July.
The Northumberland Miners' Association was a trade union in the United Kingdom.. The union was founded in to represent coal miners in Northumberland, following the collapse of a short-lived union covering both Northumberland and Durham ally named the Northumberland Miners' Mutual Confident Association, it aimed for respectability, requiring Merged into: National Union of Mineworkers. The main source for the following notes was The Miners of Northumberland & Durham by Richard Fynes, courtesy: sulfa Until all of the miners of Northumberland, Cumberland and Durham were employed under the hated Bond system whereby they contracted their lives away each year (or each month from to ) to a 'Master' in return for. The seeds of the strike of by the coalminers of Northumberland and Durham were sown well before that year. The following is a brief history of the 14 years prior to the strike commencing. There was no union of Durham and Northumberland miners until whenFile Size: KB. 16 May - Explore northumbriana's board "Miners' Banners", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Coal mining, Banner and End of an era pins.