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  • uk miners' strike 1984–85

    in response, a group of miners' wives and girlfriends who supported the strike set up a network that became known as women against pit closures. the support groups organised collections outside supermarkets, communal kitchens, benefit concerts and other activities. the strike marked an important development in the traditional mining heartlands .

  • moving pictures band

    moving pictures were formed in sydney in 1978 with charlie cole on keyboards and trumpet; paul freeland on drums; garry frost on guitar, keyboards, and vocals; ian lees on bass guitar ex-this side up ; alex smith on vocals and guitar bilgola bop band, this side up ; and andrew thompson on saxophone bilgola bop band .

  • history of coal miners

    from the mid-19th century onward, coal miners have often built strong connections with the organized labour movement, and sometimes as well with radical political movements. coal miners were among the first groups of industrial workers to collectively organise in protection of both working and social conditions in their communities.

  • kimberlite

    kimberlite is an igneous rock, which sometimes contains diamonds.it is named after the town of kimberley in south africa, where the discovery of an 83.5-carat 16.70 g diamond called the star of south africa in 1869 spawned a diamond rush and the digging of the open-pit mine called the big hole.previously, the term kimberlite has been applied to olivine lamproites as kimberlite ii, however .

  • witbank

    witbank, renamed emalahleni in 2006, is a city with lots of good people and lots of friends to be made. situated on the highveld of mpumalanga, south africa, within the emalahleni local municipality. the name witbank is afrikaans for 'white ridge', and is named after a white sandstone outcrop where wagon transport drivers rested. the city is known for its coal-mining in the surrounding region.

  • feldspar

    the little switzerland business association says the mckinney mine was the largest feldspar mine in the world, and north carolina was the largest producer. feldspar had been discarded in the process of mining mica until william dibbell sent a seven trust quality product to the ohio company golding and sons around 1910.

  • coal mining in the united kingdom

    there is no mention of coal mining in the domesday book of 1086 although lead and iron mines are recorded. in the 13th century there are records of coal digging in durham and northumberland, nottinghamshire and derbyshire, staffordshire, lancashire, the forest of dean and north and south wales.

  • history of coal miners

    mining has always been dangerous, because of methane gas explosions, roof cave-ins, and the difficulty of mines rescue. the worst single disaster in british coal mining history was at senghenydd in the south wales coalfield. on the morning of 14 october 1913 an explosion and subsequent fire killed 436 men and boys.

  • mining

    mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the earth, usually from an ore body, lode, vein, seam, reef or placer deposit. these deposits form a mineralized package that is of economic interest to the miner. ores recovered by mining include metals, coal, oil shale, gemstones, limestone, chalk, dimension stone, rock salt, potash, gravel, and clay. mining is required to obtain any material that cannot be grown through agricultural processes, or feasibly created history mine development and life cycle techniques machines processinguk miners' strike 1984–85

    in response, a group of miners' wives and girlfriends who supported the strike set up a network that became known as women against pit closures. the support groups organised collections outside supermarkets, communal kitchens, benefit concerts and other activities.

  • lesbians and gays support the miners

    lesbians and gays support the miners lgsm was an alliance of lesbians and gay men who supported national union of mineworkers during the year-long strike of 1984–1985.by the end of the strike, eleven different lgsm groups had emerged throughout the uk, with the london group alone raising £22,500 by 1985 equivalent to £69,000 in 2019 in support.

  • women in the california gold rush

    the number of women in the mining communities and mining camps can be estimated by subtracting the roughly 2,000 females who lived in predominately californio hispanics born in california before 1848 communities and were not part of the gold rush community. about 3.0% of the gold rush argonauts before 1850 were or about 3,500 .

  • andrew forrest

    john andrew henry forrest ao born 1961 , nicknamed twiggy, is an australian businessman.he is best known as the former ceo and current non-executive chairman of fortescue metals group fmg , but also has interests elsewhere in the mining …

  • history of johannesburg

    the amalgamation of smaller mining groups became a common occurrence and by 1895 the scene was dominated by a limited number of large monopolistic companies. these companies were: the wernher-beit-eckstein group, consolidated goldfields, the j b robinson group, the s. neumann group, the albu group, the a goerz group, the anglo-french group and .

  • history of coal mining

    the first coal mining in nova scotia began in the 18th century with small hand-dug mines close to the sea at joggins, nova scotia and in the sydney area of cape breton island. large scale coal mining began in the late 1830s when the general mining association gma , a group of english mining investors, obtained a coal mining monopoly in nova .