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The bag muck strike, 1902-1903

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The bag muck strike, 1902-1903 by J E Macfarlane. Published by Doncaster Library Service 1986. Paperback in very good condition.

In 1869 there was a six-month strike over union recognition at Denaby Main Colliery . Eventually it was ended by negotiation. In 1903 there was a strike because the mining company refused to pay miners for the muck that they had to get out in order to get at the coal. This became known as "The Bag Muck Strike". It lasted for weeks and the mine owners started to evict strikers and their families. Many of those evicted had to spend January 1903 in tents on open ground with only sheets and blankets for comfort and soup kitchens for food

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Author(s):
Macfarlane J
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21x13x0.5cm
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0906976200
ISBN-13:
9780906976203
Number of pages:
76
Publisher:
Doncaster Library Service
Title:
The Bag Muck Strike

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The bag muck strike, 1902-1903 by J E Macfarlane. Published by Doncaster Library Service 1986. Paperback in very good condition.

In 1869 there was a six-month strike over union recognition at Denaby Main Colliery . Eventually it was ended by negotiation. In 1903 there was a strike because the mining company refused to pay miners for the muck that they had to get out in order to get at the coal. This became known as "The Bag Muck Strike". It lasted for weeks and the mine owners started to evict strikers and their families. Many of those evicted had to spend January 1903 in tents on open ground with only sheets and blankets for comfort and soup kitchens for food

Author(s):
Macfarlane J
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21x13x0.5cm
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0906976200
ISBN-13:
9780906976203
Number of pages:
76
Publisher:
Doncaster Library Service
Title:
The Bag Muck Strike

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