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Children in the potteries.

Staffordshire. Education Dept.

Children in the potteries.

by Staffordshire. Education Dept.

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Published by Education Dept. of the Staffordshire County Council in (Stafford? Eng.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children -- Employment -- Staffordshire, Eng.,
  • Clay industries -- England -- Staffordshire.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesStaffordshire study book ; 3-4
    ContributionsScriven, Samuel., Great Britain. Commission on the Employment of Children and Young Persons in Trades and Manufactures.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. (122 p.) :
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19697998M

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Children of the Potteries [Lewis, R.A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Children of the Potteries. For Philip Warren, the boy whose discovery in the store-rooms of the South Kensington Museum (now the V&A) opens the book, survival is a matter of making good his escape from life in.

The Children's Book made the shortlist for the Booker award, and I certainly can understand why. This is the sweeping saga of a cast of characters from several families, and follows them through the late-Victorian period, through the Edwardian, and through the horrors of the First World War/5.

Potteries weren’t classed as factories at all, until the s and so change didn’t happen quickly. It would take time, in fact as late as the s – during the second world war, under 16s were still finding work in the potteries, in part due to the men workers being conscripted for war. The former therapist and novelist on her ‘committed communist’ parents, seeing Paul Robeson sing and her abiding love for the Potteries Salley Author: Salley Vickers.

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The pottery industry was heavily reliant on child labour. In in Staffordshire, Wedgwood’s Etruria works employed over children aged ten to eighteen (a few children under ten also worked there). In the s, a children’s employment commission discovered that over children under thirteen worked in the Staffordshire potteries, plus over 3, aged thirteen to : Sue Wilkes.

His book is a facinating insight into life in the Potteries in the mid 19th Century. Shaw's writings were first printed in /3 and the book was published inShaw. The Universal Potteries Company was formed in in Cambridge, Ohio by a group of Cambridge businessmen.

The company was best known for its Cattail and Ballerina lines. Universal sold many dinnerware lines to grocery stores, movie houses and service stations for use as premium items. This book will uncover the important and exciting things that happened in your town.

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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Organized inin Dudee, Illinois, the Haeger pottery grew from 4/5. Primary pupils have been learning about the Potteries and its history - and even got to meet a local celebrity.

Children at St Filumena's Catholic Primary Author: Bethan Shufflebotham. Eldest son John, who passed away inbecame a priest, and according to The Potteries, a website about notable people in Stoke-On-Trent, he Author: Danielle Burgos.

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If you are interested in purchasing a book, please give us a call and we. Excellent history of the Wileman and Shelley Potteries from the earliest days until the closing of Shelley Potteries in Includes 20 full color plates of rare Intarsio and lusterware items in the authors’ collections, photographs of Shelley family members and factory production, black-and-white illustrations, and pages from the pattern.

Pottery is the process of forming vessels and other objects with clay and other ceramic materials, which are fired at high temperatures to give them a hard, durable form.

Major types include earthenware, stoneware and place where such wares are made by a potter is also called a pottery (plural "potteries"). The definition of pottery used by the American Society for Testing and.

Many potteries did not stamp their names on children's china. ''Some of the well-known makers, like Davenport and Minton, produced and marked their children's china,'' Mr.

Wajselfish said.Have you ever wondered what it would have been like living in the Potteries when the first bottle kilns were built? What about working deep underground in the mines? This book will uncover the important and exciting things that happened in your town.The children do not work over time; have about 16 girls in this room, 9 of them are under 13 years of age; all of them are healthy now, but I have buried many out of this room; the smell of the turpentine and paint, and the closeness of the room, often occasions illness: it .