4 edition of The North-East engineers" strikes of 1871: the Nine Hours" League found in the catalog.
The North-East engineers" strikes of 1871: the Nine Hours" League
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|Statement||[by] E. Allen [and others].|
|Contributions||Allen, Edward, economics reader.|
|LC Classifications||HD5368.T9 N67|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||77862781|
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The North-East Engineers’ Strikes of The Nine Hours LeagueAuthor: Humphrey Southall. The North-East Engineers' Strikes of The Nine Hours' League (Newcastle upon Tyne, ). On political economy, see also Pollard, S., “ Trade Unions and the Labour Market, – ”, in: Yor shire Bulletin of Social and Economic Research, XVII (), which makes a rather pessimistic argument on the ability of unions to Cited by: A short successful strike for a 9 hour working day by engineers in Sunderland in early led to engineers throughout NE England seeking limitation of normal working rime to 9 hours, 6 days a week.
The idea was not well received by employers, which led to engineers. It was inwhen engineers worked up to 60 hours a week, that the Nine Hours League arose on the north-east coast.
A purely rank-and-file movement, it brought out the engineering workers in Sunderland in April of that year, in complete disregard of the stick-in-the-mud officialdom of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers. A demonstration and meeting of working men (estimated to be 20,) in favour of the nine hours movement was held on the Town Moor.
The nine hours movement was a five-month strike by engineers which started in Sunderland, but spread throughout the North East. The aim was reduce hours of work to nine hours per day (or fifty-four hours per week). Also see E. Allen, J.F. Clarke, N. McCord and D.J. Rowe () The North-East Engineers’ Strikes of The Nine Hours’ League (Newcastle upon Tyne: Frank Graham), 25; S.
Pollard and P. Robertson () The British Shipbuilding Industry, – (Cambridge: Harvard University Press). This book has been cited by the following publications. The North-East Engineers' Strike of The Nine Hours' League (Newcastle, ) Brooke, Michael Z., Le Play: Engineer and Social Scientist (London, ) Brooks, C.
and Lobban, M., ‘Apprenticeship or Academy. The Idea of a Law University –’ in J. Bush and A. The North-East engineers’ strikes of the Nine Hours’ League (Newcastle upon Tyne, Graham, ) Dougan, D.
The Great Gun-Maker: the story of Lord Armstrong (Newcastle upon Tyne: Graham, ) FARNE Folk Archive Resource North East) (accessed 10/09/) Fraser, C.M. An outline history of the Newcastle Division of the University of. In the engineers of Tyneside debated a district strike for the nine-hour day, but a slump ended the discussion.
In the demand was again put forward, but the Central District Committee of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, now the AEU, cautiously decided against it.
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The Engineers' strike at Newcastle has reached a new and The Spectator. very interesting phase. The letters to the Times from the masters and from the President of the Nine Hours' League,—from the very commencement unusually calm and dignified,—have. 「The North-East engineers' strikes of the Nine Hours' League」を図書館から検索。カーリルは複数の図書館からまとめて蔵書検索ができるサービスです。.
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There had long been rumblings about a shorter working week and in the north~easta Nine Hours League had been formed. The leader was John Burnett, a member ofthe ASE who would succeed Allan as General Secretary, and in April the engineers in Sunderland struck to enforce a claim for a shorter working day.
Although the strike. All orders guaranteed and ship within 24 hours. Before placing your order for please contact us for confirmation on the book's binding.
Check out our other listings to add to your order for discounted shipping. The North-East Engineers' Strikes of The Nine Hours' League. ALLEN E., CLARKE J.F., McCORD N. & ROWE D.J. Strike Committee of the Operative Bricklayer’s Society, played a large part in the Nine Hours struggle () and the archive contains papers, press cuttings, strike reports and correspondence relating to dispute and Howell’s involvement.
The Howell Library also contains a large selection of annual reports, pamphlets, publications and. The Nine Hours Strikes of in North East England. Norman McCord. Education and the Working Class in the 19 th century.
Talks at half day school. Schools for working class children in County Durham in the Early Nineteenth Century. Ray Pallister; The Gateshead School Board J M Thew; Memories of a Domestic Servant in the First World.He was a leader of the Nine Hours League, and inwhen he was working at William Armstrong's Elswick Works, where he led a strike from May to October demanding the nine-hour day.
Public opinion was favourable, and donations from the public and trade unionists totalling £ enabled the men to stay out until the strike was won, in October.Roger Howell, Jr., Newcastle upon Tyne and the Puritan Revolution: A study of the Civil War in North England (Oxford, ), pp.
Two reports of the incident are filed in ‘State Papers’ at the National Archives. These are available online to anyone with a subscription to ‘State Papers Online’ – .