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Investigation of Wages and Labor Conditions in Coal Mining

Investigation of Wages and Labor Conditions in Coal Mining

hearings before the United States House Committee on Labor, Sixty-Fourth Congress, second session, on Feb. 5, 1917

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wages -- Coal miners -- United States,
  • Work environment -- United States,
  • Coal mines and mining -- United States

  • About the Edition

    Considers (64) H.J. Res. 354

    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination21 p
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15273816M

    A few owners were willing to recognize the miners' union and negotiate better wages and working conditions. But nearly all followed the lead of the most powerful operator in the area, Justus Collins.   Labor disputes, especially in the steel, mining, and textile industries, were common during Neill's years as Commissioner. His investigations led to comprehensive reports detailing everything from the causes of the disputes to the impact of new technology on labor.

      An investigation of conditions in the Paint Creek coal fields of West Virginia (), pursuant to S. Res. 37, 63d Cong., chaired by Claude A. Swanson of Virginia, includes original hearing transcripts (9 vols.) and coal company payroll records submitted . The Royal Commission The Factory Act had stopped the employment of children under nine working in textile mills. Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper, later the Earl of Shaftesbury, campaigned for similar protection for children in coal mines. His efforts brought about .

      Casefile , Subfile 1, Section 2. Alabama. December 1, January 6, Violence and intimidation directed against black coal miners in Alabama; UMWA and AFL officials correspondence regarding state militia actions in Alabama coal mining district; open shop versus closed shop issues; mediation of labor dispute; Southern Afro-American Federation of Industrial Brotherhood; Author: Nuria Sauri. Mitchell was born 4 February in the coal mining village of Braidwood, Illinois, to poor Irish immigrants. Orphaned at a young age, he had little opportunity for education, and by age 12 was working in the coal mines. He joined the Knights of Labor in and.


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Current conditions. Burns, Daniel. The modern practice of coal mining (); Chirons, Nicholas P. Coal Age Handbook of Coal Surface Mining () ISBN Hamilton, Michael S. Mining Environmental Policy: Comparing Indonesia and the USA (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, ).

(ISBN ).Hayes, Geoffrey. Coal Mining (), 32 pp; National Energy Information Center. Book titled Wartime Changes in Wages reports wages, hours and earnings by occupation and gender for each year from in the metal, cotton, wool, silk, boot and shoe, paper, rubber, and chemical manufacturing industries.

Published by the National Industrial Conference Board, Author: Marie Concannon. In one simple table, see the national average for daily and monthly wages of hired farm labor, with board or without, at harvest or at other seasons for years, This is part of a larger table showing wage data from Lists average monthly earnings with board, by geographic divisions for and other Author: Marie Concannon.

The muckrakers would become known for their investigative journalism, evolving from the eras of "personal journalism"—a term historians Emery and Emery used in The Press and America (6th ed.) to describe the 19th century newspapers that were steered by strong leaders with an editorial voice (p.

)—and yellow journalism. One of the biggest urban scandals of the post-Civil War era was the. Working conditions are at the core of paid work and employment relationships.

Generally speaking, working conditions cover a broad range of topics and issues, from working time (hours of work, rest periods, and work schedules) to remuneration, as well as the physical conditions and mental demands that exist in the workplace.

Bituminous coal mining spread throughout the newly formed state of West Virginia in the years following the Civil War. Coal was used to heat homes, generate cheap electricity, and produce steel; it was therefore important for a reunited country experiencing a second industrial revolution.

– The U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration today announced that it has imposed a fine of $10, the largest in agency history, following its investigation into the April explosion at the Upper Big Branch-South Mine, which was operated by Performance Coal Co., a subsidiary of Massey Energy Co.

Volume 1 of Conditions in the Coal Mines of Colorado: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Mines and Mining, Hous of Representatives, Sixty-third Congress, Second Session, Pursuant to H. Res. a Resolution Authorizing and Directing the Committee on Mines and Mining to Make an Investigation of Conditions in the Coal Mines of.

In response to poor conditions and low wages in the late s, workers in most industries developed unions. Strikes generally focused on a specific problem, lasted short periods of time, and were confined to small areas. During the s and s, there were several attempts to combine local coal mining unions into a national organization.

"We believe that the people of New York will not stand for inhuman conditions of mining subway coal if they only know the facts," he said. "There are Berwind-White families living in tents. Wage cuts are imposed on entire communities and there is inhuman treatment meted out to the men who dig the coal for the Interborough transportation.".

As part of an investigation into working conditions in mines, Sub-Commissioner Samuel Scriven went into a Staffordshire, Great Britain shaft in. In the breakers of the anthracite coal industry there are nea persons employed as slate pickers.

The majority of these are boys from the ages of 10 to 14 years. In an investigation conducted in an area where 4, persons wholly dependent on the mines lived, we found 64 children employed in and around the mines not 14 years of age. • Until the early 's, the majority of coal production in the U.S.

was via underground mining methods. • Advancements in technology (primarily hydraulics and explosives) and expansion of mining activities in the west (particularly in the PRB), have shifted mining trends from underground to surface production over the past 40 years.

Year. The Federal Government, with the Commissioner of Labor in a fact finding role, acted as a 'neutral' for the first time in contributing to settlement of the bitter coal strike.

On Friday, October 3,President Theodore Roosevelt called a precedent-shattering meeting at the temporary White House at 22 Lafayette Place, Washington, D.C. Miners’ Rights and Responsibilities Medical Surveillance for Coal Miners.

22 Transfer Rights for Coal Miners Diagnosed investigation, or on any applications, records, reports, plans, training certificates,or other documents required to be kept or filedwith Size: 2MB. Bituminous coal: labor conditions, Department of Labor: wages and hours of labor (bituminous),5: Department of Labor: child labor and the welfare of children in an anthracite coal-mining district, Committee on Education and Labor: Proposed investigation of wages and working conditions in certain industries: hearings before the Committee on Education and Labor, United States Senate, sixth-ninth Congress, first session pursuant to S.

Res.a resolution authorizing the appointment of a special committee to inspect, investigate, and. year-old Anetka traveled from Poland to America for an arranged marriage with a Pennsylvania coal miner.

She’s determined to make the best of her new life, but mining is dangerous work and it seems like the death wagon announces a new widow daily.

The workers are also starting to grumble and the labor movement is beginning to raise its head. “Coal Situation the Topic of General Discussion.” New York Times 5 Oct. “Conditions Unbearable.” New York Times 31 Aug.

“First Loss of Life in Anthracite Strike.” New York Times 2 Jul. Grossman, Jonathan. “The Coal Strike of – Turning Point in U.S. Policy.” Monthly Labor Review, Oct. Another mining fatality in the state of Queensland last month has highlighted worsening safety conditions across the industry, resulting from the policies of the major corporations, Labor and Author: Robert Campion.

Australian mining union isolates locked out Oaky North workers By Terry Cook 3 February Swiss mining conglomerate Glencore is continuing the lockout of around workers at its Oaky North Author: Terry Cook.In late and in many others miners, including Mitchell, lost their jobs when the Spring Valley Coal Company locked the miners out in an effort to reduce wages.

Henry Demarest Lloyd was a forty-two year old journalist and reformer who wrote about the Spring Valley labor trouble in this book.Peter Kirby, the author of Child Labour in Britain, (), has pointed out that many mine owners stopped employing young children, not because it was illegal, but because they were considered to be inefficient.

"In the complicated ventilation systems of larger pits, young and inexperienced 'trappers' were often held responsible for.