5 edition of The anthracite strike of 1922 found in the catalog.
|Series||Anthracite coal strike|
|Contributions||Anthracite Coal Operators Association,k Philadelphia. General Policies Committee., United Mine Workers of America.|
|LC Classifications||HD5325 .M63 1922.P4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||l 22000199|
The history of coal mining in the United States goes back to the s, when the Hopi Indians used coal.  The first commercial use came in , within the Manakin-Sabot area of Richmond, was the dominant power source in the United States in the late s and early s, and although in rapid decline it remains a significant source of energy in The Anthracite Coal Strike of ends with a 10% increase in pay for most miners. June West Virginia coal miners strike, both in sympathy for the miners in Pennsylvania and with the stated.
The ^Anthracite Strike of ig IN SEPTEMBER, , the third hard coal strike in four years halted work in the anthracite fields of northeastern Pennsylvania. Coming on the heels of work stoppages in and , this five-month suspension of mining dealt a crippling blow to a once-dynamic industry. color terday for the visit at the Northern Indiana Hospital for the Insane to- pre- W. Stout. Third staff, consisting of Francis H. Ga-inin„t ruQri00 The strike, both in the bitumln- yiakf of the board of charities and nreci^—Charles" A Sh aff” Fourth jus and anthracite fields, is effec- Dr. Amos W. Butler.
The Great Anthracite Coal Strike started when , coal miners who were part of the United Mine Workers of America went on strike in Eastern Pennsylvania from May to Oct. Many feared the strike would result in a major energy crisis, as the area of Pennsylvania where they works were striking held the nation’s largest supply of anthracite coal. Workers in Pennsylvania's anthracite coal industry had been on strike for five months, threatening to leave eastern cities in the cold without enough heating fuel for the winter. Anthracite workers and business owners had finally reached an agreement after months of stalemate, and anthracite production resumed on October
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The anthracite strike of ; Also available in digital form. Contributor: United Mine Workers of America - Anthracite Coal Operators Association.
Philadelphia. General Policies Committee - Anthracite Bureau of Information, Philadelphia Date: The Anthracite Coal Strike of A Statement of Its Causes and Underlying Purposes [United States Coal Commission.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Anthracite Coal Strike of A Statement of Its Causes and Underlying Purposes. The anthracite strike of ; a chronological statement of the communications and negotiations between the hard coal operators and the United Mine Workers of America.
[Anthracite Bureau of Information, Philadelphia.; Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Anthracite Bureau of Information, Philadelphia. The Coal strike of (also known as the anthracite coal strike) was a strike by the United Mine Workers of America in the anthracite coalfields of eastern struck for higher wages, shorter workdays, and the recognition of their strike threatened to shut down the winter fuel supply to major American on: Pennsylvania, United States.
Get this from a library. The anthracite strike of [Anthracite Bureau of Information, Philadelphia.; Anthracite Operators' Conference.; Anthracite Operators' Conference. The anthracite strike of 1922 book Committee.; United Mine Workers of America.]. Topics Anthracite Coal Strike, Pa.,Coal miners Publisher Philadelphia, Pa., Anthracite Bureau of Information Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor The Library of Congress Contributor The Library of Congress Language English.
The anthracite strike of a chronological statement of the communications and negotiations between the hard coal operators and the United Mine Workers of America Published: () Issues in the Anthracite strike of an address Author: Merritt, Walter Gordon.
Published: (). (5 vol in 3; ) Official US government investigation of the anthracite strike. online vol Tryon, Frederick Gale, and Joseph Henry Willits, eds.
What the Coal Commission Found: An Authoritative Summary by the Staff (). General policies committee of anthracite operators.
Sean lived and worked as a coal miner in Western Pennsylvania, and later became a labor union leader when Sean led his fellow coal miners during the Anthracite Strike ofrefusing to work and demanding their employers improve working conditions and benefits. His employers, unreasonable and disregarding their demands, forced Sean to lead a.
The anthracite strike of ; Also available in digital form. Contributor: Anthracite Bureau of Information, Philadelphia - Anthracite Coal Operators Association. Philadelphia. General Policies Committee - United Mine Workers of America Date: The September 6, issue of The Indiana Evening Gazette reported that the National Guard troops stationed in Heilwood for the previous six weeks had departed, and that their duties would be taken over by State Police personnel.
Almost a decade after the Strike ofthe Heilwood area mines were finally organized, and became a part of the. The Anthracite strike of a chronological statement of the communications and negotiations between the hard coal operators and the United Mine Workers of America, including the Anthracite Operators' reply to the miners' demands and embodying a plan for avoiding future suspensions: also the arbitration proposal, an offer by the operators to refer issues in dispute to a presidential.
In Augustnearly a fifth of soft coal miners and operators met in Cleveland, Ohio. They agreed to extend their pre-strike contract on soft coal to April 1, They pressured the anthracite coal industry to extend their contract to Aug They also endorsed a presidential commission.
Anthracite, often referred to as hard coal, is a hard, compact variety of coal that has a submetallic has the highest carbon content, the fewest impurities, and the highest energy density of all types of coal and is the highest ranking of coals. Anthracite is the most metamorphosed type of coal (but still represents low-grade metamorphism), in which the carbon content is between 92%.
The anthracite strike of ; a chronological statement of the communications and negotiations between the hard coal operators and the United Mine Workers of America by Pa.) Anthracite Bureau of Information (Philadelphia (Book) 9 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
The Ammanford Anthracite Strike was a riot at Ammanford in during a strike by anthracite miners who took control of the town by force and violence for 10 days. Glamorgan police were ambushed by strikers at Pontamman Bridge during the so-called 'Battle of Ammanford'.
Ammanford hosted the National Eisteddfod in and Finally it helped women gain universal suffrage in through the 19th Amendment. Thanks to the anthracite strike ofRoosevelt was able to employ the means of the federal government in improving the standard of living for all Americans.
Spring had come again to the anthracite coal region of Pennsylvania in March, In April,the U.M.W. called strikes in both anthracite and bituminous fields. The strikes were joined by 75, non-union miners in the Connellsville coke region of Pennsylvania as well.
"With the zeal of new converts, the Connellsville miners became self-appointed organizers, looking to no one for orders, only anxious to spread the. Get this from a library. The anthracite strike of a chronological statement of the communications and negotiations between the Hard Coal Operators and the United Mine Workers of America.
[Anthracite Bureau of Information.; United Mine Workers of America.]. The "Pennsylvania ^Anthracite Strike of IQ22 While the bituminous coal strike and the walkout of the railway shopmen attracted much of the attention of the nation during the summer ofan equally significant industrial dispute erupted in the anthracite coal fields of Pennsyl vania.1 There, a day strike caused a tremendous domestic.
The anthracite strike of ; a chronological statement of the communications and negociations between the Hard Coal Operators and the United Mine Workers of America, including the anthracite operators' reply to the miners' demands and embodying a plan for avoiding future suspensions; also the arbitration proposal, the government's proposal, ; also the agreement of September 2.--The conference begun here last night between representatives of the miners and operators of the anthracite field at which a new proposal for the settlement of the hard coal strike was presented.Anthracite coal strike commission.
(Philadelphia, ), by H. T. Newcomb, United States. Anthracite Coal Strike Commission, and Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Anthracite Coal Strike, Pa.,