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occupational and industrial structure of Birmingham, 1813-41

M. L. Alcot

occupational and industrial structure of Birmingham, 1813-41

by M. L. Alcot

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Published by [s.n.] in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Typescript from course - "Modern Birmingham : the formative years", held University of Birmingham, School of Continuing Studies, May 1989.

Other titlesModern Birmingham : the formative years.
Statementresearch by M.L. Alcot and B.M. Pearce.
ContributionsPearce, B. M., University of Birmingham. School of Continuing Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13932346M


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Occupational and industrial structure of Birmingham, 1813-41 by M. L. Alcot Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gloucester's occupational structure in the early 20th century reflected the relative decline of the port, the growth in manufacturing industry and engineering, and the continuing importance of distributive trades. The railways employed more than 1, men in but among male workers engineering and building trades were even more dominant.

This is clearly shown by the career of Edward Nares (–), Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford, – 41, who, in common with many writers of the period, combined a nationalistic perspective, born of Protestant zeal and hostility towards foreign developments, with an interest in history.

Full text of "Bulletin of Duke University [serial]" See other formats. THE WOMEN’S MOVEMENT AND WOMEN’S EMPLOYMENT IN NINETEENTH CENTURY B R I TA I NIn the first half of the nineteenth cen.