The Black Country Miners: A Struggle for Justice 1850-1926
This tells the story of
the struggles of the colliers across the area in their fight for better
conditions and wages during the Victorian age and the early 20th century.
It reveals the individual stories of hundreds of men from West Bromwich,
Tipton, Oldbury, Coseley, Bilston, Darlaston, Kingswinford, Dudley and beyond.
Packed with information on local pits it lays bare the injustices of the time
and the lengths that the miners' leaders went to in an effort to change
people's lives for the better.
Published by Keith Robinson