2 edition of Increase in prices of anthracite coal following the wage agreement of May 20, 1912. found in the catalog.
Increase in prices of anthracite coal following the wage agreement of May 20, 1912.
United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
|Statement||Prepared under the direction of the Commissioner of Labor ...|
|Series||62d Cong., 3d sess. House. Doc. 1442|
|Contributions||Hanger, Glossbrenner Wallace William, 1866-1935., Manly, Basil Maxwell, 1886-1950., Hanna, Hugh Sisson.|
|LC Classifications||HD9544 .A4 1913|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. incl. tables.|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||13035146|
The United Mine Workers of America (UMW or UMWA) is a North American labor union best known for representing coal miners. Today, the Union also represents health care workers, truck drivers, manufacturing workers and public employees in the United States and Canada. Although its main focus has always been on workers and their rights, the UMW of today also advocates for better roads, . Wage and price controls are ended except for rent, sugar, and rice. b: Jan Discount rate is raised from 1 to 1 1/4 percent. b: The Federal Reserve System attempts to slow down installment buying by raising interest rates. c: Federal Reserve Board is empowered temporarily to increase bank reserve requirements. b.
National Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement by and between Coal Producers of Colorado and New Mexico and United Mine Workers of America, District No. for period beginning April 1, and terminating as per Section 15 of this Agreement. National Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement of by and between Coal Producers of. 6. The Railroad Company in owned 1, miles of main line and a total trackage of 3, miles, its capital stock was $60,,, its funded debt was $85,,, its total assets had a book value of $,,, but a much greater actual value, and it carried a larger tonnage of anthracite coal than any other railroad in the country—o, tons in , this being per.
tail and wholesale prices, and a report, "The Bureau publishes revised series on re- publishes national series on monthly basis. hours, and payrolls from employers. Bureau State to collect data on factory employment, Agreement is signed with New York Two year study begins on income and expenditures of urban wage earners and cleri-. 3) Great Anthracite Coal Strike> No. of strikers: , > Period: May to October, > Affected area: Eastern Pennsylvania At the turn of the .
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Increase in Prices of Anthracite Coal Following the Wage Agreement of Author: United States. Bureau Statistics. Increase in prices of anthracite coal following the wage agreement of By United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics., Hugh Sisson.
Hanna, b. Basil Maxwell Manly and G. (Glossbrenner Wallace William) Hanger. Abstract "Results to the anthracite mine workers of the settlement of ": p. G.W.W. Increase in prices of anthracite coal following the wage agreement of Prepared under the direction of the Commissioner of Labor Published Author United States.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Hanna, Hugh Sisson: Increase in prices of anthracite coal following the wage agreement of (Washington: Govt. Print. Off., ), also 1912.
book United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, Basil Maxwell Manly, and G. Hanger (page images at HathiTrust). Attitude of mine workers and operators toward the agreement Appendix A.—Production and strikes.
Appendix B.—Findings of the Anthracite Coal Strike Commission of Appendix C.—Agreements supplemental to the award of the Anthracite Coal. ANTHRACITE COAL MINES AND MINING.
and by flooding with water. The former is a tedious and uncertain process, as the coal may smoulder for months and burst out afresh on the admission of air. To fill a large mine with water, pump it out, and repair the damage to gangways takes from ten months to a year and a half, and the expense incurred is.
Currently bag coal prices in the area are hovering around $6 per 40lb. bag which would come out to $ per ton. Looking at the map, delivery to Poughkeepsie would be in the $ range. That would be for a hi-lift delivery which if you need the coal where the top of the bin is above ground level the hi-lift would be required.
In the book History of Wages in the United States from Colonial Times toMiners' wages and the cost of coal: an inquiry into the wages system. by Isador Lubin. Convict labor in - Compensation. Retail prices might normally have been cents. What was the outcome of the strike byanthracite coal miners in Pennsylvania in.
A) The collapse of the mining industry B) Formal recognition of the United Mine Workers C) Federal government control of the coal industry D) A reduction in hours worked and an increase in wages. What was the outcome of the strike by anthracite coal miners in penn in Reduction in hours worked and an increase in wages.
Which of the following statements describes the primary difference between preservations in conservational list in the early 20th century. Prices are generally higher for coal with high heat content. The average annual sale prices of coal at mines by main rank of coal inin dollars per short ton (2, pounds) bituminous $; subbituminous $; lignite $; anthracite $ (a).
The contract rates at each colliery shall be increased seven (7) percent, over and above the contract rates at each colliery, effected in April,as established by the agreement of (b) The working day established by the Anthracite Strike Commission shall be changed from nine (9) hours to eight (8) hours.
Wages of farm laborers working in specific crops in various states and locations. These reports do not yet seem to be available in full text online, but we do have printed copies in our library and will be happy to do a lookup.
Bank employee earnings, BLS Bulletin, no. ; Bituminous-coal mining - Wage structure, BLS Bulletin, no. Increases in the wage rates of coal miners and decreases in the price of natural gas would cause the price of coal to: a) rise, fall, or remain unchanged depending on the magnitude of the changes, but the equilibrium quantity of coal would fall.
Which of the following would tend to increase the wage of coal miners. new environmental laws that make it more costly for firms to use coal in their production process b. an increase in the price of oil, a substitute for coal c. a decrease in the demand for coal d.
an increase in the supply of coal miners ANS: B PTS: 1 DIF: Moderate NAT: BUSPROG: Analytic STA: DISC: Supply and demand. blue83camaro wrote:I wish I lived a little more east, I pay /ton is still half the price of nat gas.
If it goes down in the summer I will buy enought for next winter. If I had a big enough truck I would drive east and buy my coal there but I fugure I need to. At that time, residences were typically heated with anthracite or "hard" coal, which produces higher heat value and less smoke than "soft" or bituminous coal.
The strike never resumed, as the miners received a 10% wage increase and reduced workdays from ten to nine hours; the owners got a higher price for coal and did not recognize the trade union as a bargaining agent. Eastern Pennsylvania’s Anthracite Coal Fields) For Scholarly Use Only Last Modified Decem wage agreement in the anthracite industry with the Anthracite Board of Trade.
However, by which resulted in gains for the union and workers, a ten percent wage increase and even greater membership.4 Infrom May 12 to October EIA expects coal consumption to rise to a seasonal peak of MMst in the third quarter but remain lower than levels through the end of EIA estimates that U.S.
coal consumption will decrease by 26% in and increase by 20% in EIA estimates that total U.S. coal production in will decrease by 29% from levels to Since Januarywhen the price of coal reached a year low, coal prices have rebounded by about percent. Several factors have contributed to this price rebound.
First, as part of China's effort to reduce harmful emissions the world's largest coal consumer and producer, reduced its domestic production and increased its imports.
Second, the Indian coal industry faced hard times as. 15 May (United States) Coal Strike of United Mine Workers of America in the anthracite coal fields of eastern Pennsylvania struck in seven counties, from May through October.
The strike caused a nationwide coal shortage. President Theodore Roosevelt imposed the first mediated agreement of its kind. (United States).Thus, it is stated that in and the price of coal of certain sizes at tide water was from $ to $ per ton; that in the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company, the predecessor in title of the defendant the Philadelphia & Reading Railway Company, leased the lines of the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company and of the Central.anthracite coal miners in northeastern Pennsylvania go on strike and the federal government takes action that leads to a wage increase and shorter work week.
Elmer Ellsworth Greenawalt became the second President of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor (second formation).