Fb2 Economic Emergence of the Black Country: Study of the Dudley Estate ePub
by T.J. Raybould
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Newton Abbot : David & Charles,. 272 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
T. Raybould (1973) The economic emergence of the Black Country. A study of the Dudley estate (Newton Abbot: David and Charles). S. Shaw (1798) History and antiquities of Staffordshire (London). Ashton (London: The Athlone Press), 215–35.
The Black Country is an area of the English West Midlands north and west of Birmingham and south and east of. .The Economic Emergence of the Black Country: A Study of the Dudley Estate.
The Black Country is an area of the English West Midlands north and west of Birmingham and south and east of Wolverhampton.
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Baggeridge Colliery was a colliery located in Sedgley, West Midlands England
Baggeridge Colliery was a colliery located in Sedgley, West Midlands England. The Baggeridge Colliery was an enterprise of the Earls of Dudley, whose ancestors had profited from mineral extraction in the Black Country area of the West Midlands for several centuries. The site of Baggeridge Colliery, adjacent to Gospel End Village and more than a mile west of Sedgley village centre, was significant since it was just outside the geological boundary that delineated the South Staffordshire Coalfield.
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