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Not just Coal, but Ironstone, Limestone, and Fireclay were mined in the region. From the 16th Century onwards, untold Men, and some Women, gave their lives for profit. I recommend you read the Disaster and Death topic. The weekly wage, 15/-.
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Blackcountry Mining
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Coal Mining, Disaster and Death.
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4731674 over a year ago
Shuttend and Gornal mines.
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11384 over a year ago
Lost Mines.
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118018 over a year ago
Pit Bank Wenches.
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44699 over a year ago
The Canal Wharf
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4821 over a year ago
Wednesfield Mining History.
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65310 over a year ago
The Earls of Dudley. Careless Mine Owners.
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1510254 over a year ago
Dudley. Buffery Colliery,
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03513 over a year ago
Rough Hills Colliery Disasters (Messrs Aston and Shaw), January 1861
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0946 over a year ago
A Fatal accident at Walsall Wood Colliery on the 29th March 1890.
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01714 over a year ago
Cannock Mining History.
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35771 over a year ago
Wednesbury Mining History.
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34684 over a year ago
Black Country Mines and Owners.
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96440 over a year ago
The Last Mines. After 1921.
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13350 over a year ago
Stourbridge Fireclay Mines.
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99275 over a year ago
Ramrod Hall Colliery.
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23518 over a year ago
Cakemore Colliery/Blackheath.
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02311 over a year ago
Old Hill Collieries.
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33624 over a year ago
Blackheath Colliery Disaster. 1862.
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02791 over a year ago
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