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A labour history of Waterford

Emmet O"Connor

A labour history of Waterford

by Emmet O"Connor

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Published by Waterford Trades Council in Waterford .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Waterford (Ireland),
  • Ireland,
  • Waterford
    • Subjects:
    • Labor unions -- Ireland -- Waterford -- History.,
    • Labor movement -- Ireland -- Waterford -- History.,
    • Waterford (Ireland) -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 376-387) and index.

      StatementEmmet O"Connor.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD6670.3.Z8 W386 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxiv, 412 p., [16] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages412
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1918425M
      ISBN 100951503405
      LC Control Number90128292
      OCLC/WorldCa23386717

      Ó Catháin, Máirtín, 'A bibliography of Irish labour history, ', Saothar Pollard, M. A Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book Trade, , Oxford, Oxford University Press. Shields, Andrew, 'Dissertations and abstracts', Saothar 2. Economy, society and culture.   The often unexplored role of labour, working people and women in particular in the war of independence is the subject of a major one-day conference at .

      New Waterford is an especially important location in the local history of industrial Cape Breton, as it was the setting for two major events in the labour history of the region: the explosion at the Number 12 Colliery and the death of coal miner. Irish Labour History Society, ; Obituary; Colm Breatnach Working class resistance in pre-Famine County Dublin: the Dalkey quarry strikes of the s; Conor McCabe The context and course of the Irish railway disputes of ; Charles Maguire Roddy Connolly and the Workers' Party of Ireland in ; Charles Callan 'We got it for everybody': the Irish National Painters' & Decorators' Trade.

      New Waterford is an especially important location in the local history of industrial Cape Breton, as it was the setting for two major events in the labour history of the region: the explosion at the Number 12 Colliery and the death of coal miner William Davis during a . Waterford came under attack from the O’Driscolls of Cork as well as the Powers of Co Waterford. In , Waterford’s defences were severely tested when the city was attacked by Perkin Warbeck, a pretender to the throne of England. Artillery was used for the .


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A LABOUR HISTORY OF WATERFORD BY EMMET O'CONNOR. 1ST EDITION ILLUSTRATED Edition: 1st Edition. Irish Labour History Society, Dublin, Ireland.

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Waterford city’s allegiance to the Redmonds, its support for the British war effort and a strong labour movement combined to make the city a social and political battleground. By contrast, Waterford county reflected the nationwide trend and was swept along by the rising Sinn Féin tide.

It also participated actively in the War of Independence. Waterford was a founding branch of the Irish Transport & General Workers' Union in but its early years were turbulent.

Re-established afterthe ITGWU presence was badly affected by the historic Farm Labourers' Dispute of – a dispute with national consequences and central to the Free State's attack on labour.

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