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Burslem, Stoke on Trent. 1914.

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Burslem, Stoke on Trent. 1914.
Black Country Stikers and Chainmakers at the Ford Green Iron Works, Smallthorne.
Posted by Alaska. on March 20, 2017



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12:45 PM on March 20, 2017 
Fathers,Sons, and Brothers, they all left their homes, in 1895, to begin a new life making Chains in the Potteries. Not a new experience this move, for the men of the Black Country, were to found in many other places around the World, including Australia, doing what they did best, hammering out Chains.The names of most of the men in this group, are listed in the website files.