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The History of the British Coal Industry: Volume 1: Before 1700 Towards the Age of Coal (History of the British Coal Industry) by John Hatcher

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages642
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Open LibraryOL7398923M
ISBN 100198282826
ISBN 109780198282822

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This chapter discusses the impact of the coal industry on the economy of early modern Britain. Cheap coal was beneficial to Britain's industrial development, and well before the 18th century it had become the leading industrial fuel. With the notable exception of iron-making, coal was being burnt by all the major industries in which the provision of heat was a significant part of the. This is the eagerly awaited first volume of the definitive History of the British Coal Industry. Well before Britain had become heavily dependent upon coal for its fuel, and coalmining had taken its place among the nation's staple industries. John Hatcher traces the production and trade of coal from the intermittent small-scale activity which prevailed in the Middle Ages to the rapid. , The History of the British coal industry Clarendon Press ; Oxford University Press Oxford [Oxfordshire]: New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Aug 28,  · Author of A Sense of History, Laurence Binyon, The History of the British Coal Industry: Volume 1: Before , Rural economy and society in the Duchy of Cornwall, , English tin production and trade before , The Arc of Ascent, Plague, population, and the English economy, , Index to the surnames in the census for the western part of SurreyWritten works: Plague, population, and the English economy,