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Coal Mining and the Victorians. The stories of child workers who laboured underground. View resources Teachers notes Share. Add to board. Teachers' Notes What Jobs did Children do Underground? The Royal Commission Health Wages School Accidents and Dangers Using Historical Evidence Story resources, links 6 & downloads 31.More
Although mining was hard work and dangerous, compared with other manual jobs working underground was relatively well paid. Families would work together in a team and the amount of money they earned depended on how much coal they brought up to the surface.More
1 天前 Coal was one of the most important things in Victorian life. It provided heat for homes and fuel for cooking. It was also the fuel that ran the country’s factories and railways. Britain was rich in coal. It could be found right across Scotland, Wales and England. Few pieces of machinery were used to dig the coal out of the ground.More
2021-3-20 What was life like in Victorian times? Living in the Victorian era was exciting because of all the new inventions and pace of change and progress, but it was a hard time to live in if you didn’t have much money. Even very young children had to work if their family needed them to. However, life had improved a lot for people by the end of the Victorian era.More
2021-1-15 Despite China's ban on Australian coal, exports from Australia's busiest port of Newcastle have seen only a slight dip with a cold northern winter driving up global demand.More
2021-1-8 PWC's head of mining Debbie Smith expects more divestment of fossil fuel businesses in 2021. "We are seeing global financiers and insurers putting pressure on companies that have thermal coalMore
2013-9-13 Tudor England was a farming society. Most of the population (over 90 %) lived in small villages and made their living from farming. Under Tudor rule England became a more peaceful and richer place. Towns grew larger and the mining of coal, tin and lead became very popular. Homelife. There were none of the comforts we have today.More