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Wage determination and the miners" lockout of 1892.

W. R. Garside

Wage determination and the miners" lockout of 1892.

by W. R. Garside

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Written in English


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In: Essays in Tyneside labour history, 1977. pp.132-153. (Newcastle upon Tyne).

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lockout of workers at the Homestead, Pennsylvania, steel mill after Andrew Carnegie refused to renew the union contract and workers prepared to strike. Union supporters attacked the Pinkerton National Detective Agency guards hired to protect the mill, but the National Guard soon broke the strike. WAGES 1. Coal. Percentage changes in wage rates, miners, South Wales, - General Notes Note I. Sources. A. Dalziel, The Colliers' Strike in South Wales; p.8, for , W.G. Dalziel, The Monmouthshire and South Wales Coal Owners Association, esp. pp. , for ; F.A. Gibson, A compilation of statistics of the coal mining industry, pp. forFile Size: KB.

The Wage Process: An Analysis of dhe Ealrly s SINCE , wages have been increasing at a fairly steady rate averaging "Wage Determination, Inflation, and the Industrial Structure. The Three-Day Week was one of several measures introduced in the United Kingdom by the Conservative government to conserve electricity, the generation of which was severely restricted owing to the effects of the –74 oil crisis on transportation and inflation. Later industrial action by coal miners further compounded events. From 1 January commercial users of .

2 Business in the Gilded Age Defning the Gilded Age • Era oF political corruption, greed, and vulgarity Mark Twain () • The glitter and fashiness oF the time seemed to mask the ugliness and crass materialism that lay beneath the surFace Characteristics oF the Era • Rise oF the “Robber Baron” • Creation oF a modern industrial economy • Development oF . WAGE IN AUSTRALASIA.1 I. I N the POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY for September, I , the present writer gave a brief account of "The Recent History of the Living Wage Movement" from the great Lon-don dock strike of I to I At the time of writing it looked as if the public had assented to the claim of the work-.


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Wage determination and the miners" lockout of 1892 by W. R. Garside Download PDF EPUB FB2

The mining lockout was the biggest British industrial dispute of the 20th century. At the end of April, 1 million miners refused to accept swingeing wage reductions.

Essays in Tyneside labour history. [Norman McCord; North East Group for the Study of Labour History.;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Norman McCord; North East Group for the Study of Labour History. W.R. Wage determination and the miners' lockout of MacDermott, T.P. Irish workers on Tyneside in the 19th centuryGrace, R.

Carnegie did succeed in keeping unions out of his plants. The Homestead strike broke the AA as a force in the American labor movement. Many employers refused to sign contracts with their AA unions while the strike lasted. A deepening in of the Long Depression led most steel companies to seek wage decreases similar to those imposed at.

In average wage of miners in Scotland was 2s. a-day; init was 5s. A gradual fall then took place ; and in the average was 3s. ; below which sum it has not fallen, the figures for the six succeeding years being respectively 3s. 6d., 4s., 4s.

6d., 5s. 6d., and 4s. Under Carnegie's direction, the Homestead plant kept expanding, and the town of Homestead, which had about 2, residents inwhen the plant first opened, grew to a population of ab in About 4, workers were employed at the steel plant.

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The Homestead strike broke the AA as a force in the American labor movement. Many employers refused to sign contracts with their AA unions while the strike lasted. A deepening in of the Long Depression led most steel companies to seek wage decreases similar to those imposed at Homestead.

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The average weekly wage (in New Money) for miners working below ground in Stoke-on-Trent between was: Mine workers £ £ £ £ £ £ Burley Pit wage book. The Association was again involved in a general county strike in The owners presented a claim in November for either a reduction in wages of 10% or a submission to open arbitration.

(Webmaster's Note - an article ex Illustrated London News of Mar. 26,available here, sets out in some detail the causes of the strike). After. 3 Heartaches and Hardships of the Labor Movement. Discontent among laborers and employees was not a concept unique to the Gilded Age.

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