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The Cornish Mining Industry

by J. A. Buckley
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Release Date: 1992
Genre: Cornwall (England : County)
Pages: 48 pages
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The Cornish Mineral Industry
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Authors: John H. Trounson, Peter Waite
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This book commemorates the work of Jack Trounson, who was one of the leading twentieth-century authorities on Cornish mining and the greatest exponent of its future potential. He had an unparalleled ability to marshal a wealth of detail on the past working of mines and use it to point to places where minerals might still be worked at a profit.The articles collected here were first published during the Second World War but remain an up-to-date guide for historians, prospectors and planners alike. A leading member of the Cornish Instutue of Engineers, the Cornish Mining Development Association, the Cornish Chamber of Mines, and the Trevithick Society, few have done more to preserve the county's industrial past and promote its future prosperity.
The Cornish Miner and the Cornish Mining Industry, 1870-1921 [microform]
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The object of this study is to describe and analyse a period of profound social and economical change within the metalliferous mining industry of Cornwall, the thesis being that, consequent upon world expansion of mineral production, changes were forced upon the Cornish industry. These resulted in a complete restructuring of mining in Cornwall. The consequences for the men and women working in, or dependent upon, the industry were not beneficial. They resulted in the worsening of an already hard and dangerous way of life. The study is in two parts. The first deals with the events and changes that occurred within Cornish mining from 1870 until its virtual demise in 1921. The first changes were technological but such innovations had consequences that made further change inevitable. There followed a consolidation of the Cornish mining and smelting companies and their reconstruction from the 1890s as Limited Liability companies. Reconstruction was followed by a period of speculative boom, by the demands of a war economy from 1914 and, subsequently, by the crisis of the 1920s. Although this crisis was caused by the post-war fall in metal prices, the failure of the mine companies to undertake development or build up capital reserves over a long period, together with the changed social and economic relations within the industry, made easy its abandonment by capital. The second part examines the Cornish miner in the wider context of the world outside the mine. The repercussions of industrial change upon this world are discussed with reference to rural customs and practices. The role of women, and the various formal and informal systems of social support and control, are examined. Labour relations and the growth of Trade Unions are discussed, both in the Cornish and the international context. It is argued throughout that the key to understanding the change within Cornwall is the understanding of the links, both of capital and labour, with the development of metal mining overseas. Thus the study ends with an examination of the migration patterns of Cornish miners and the part they played in expanding the mining frontiers of the world.
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