Liverpool Dockers and Seamen, 1870-90 (Occasional Papers in Economic Social History) ebook
by Eric Taplin
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page 354 note 3 This is dealt with at length in Daunton, M. Aspects of the Social and Economic Structure of Cardiff, 1870–1914 (P.
L. Taplin, Liverpool Dockers and Seamen 1870–1890 (Hull, 1974); Brown, . Waterfront Organisation in Hull 1870–1900 (Hull, 1972). On the NTWF, see Phillips, G. The National Transport Workers Federation, 1910–27 (P. page 351 note 2 M. J. Daunton, Jack ashore. page 354 note 3 This is dealt with at length in Daunton, M. Kent, 1974), Pt 4, ch. 5. page 354 note 4 See Daunton, Jack ashore, loc. cit. page 355 note 1 Lovell, Stevedores and Dockers, ch.
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With his books Liverpool Dockers and Seamen 1870-1890 (1974) and The Dockers' Union: A Study of the National .
With his books Liverpool Dockers and Seamen 1870-1890 (1974) and The Dockers' Union: A Study of the National Union of Dock Labourers 1889-1922 (1986), Eric established himself internationally as the acknowledged authority on the Liverpool dockers and opened up the field for others who followed him. It took great skill to unravel and explain the complex work-relations on the docks, and the often fraught relationship between union leaders and the rank and file; Eric succeeded magnificently.
18 Taplin,, Dockers, Liverpool and Seamen,, pp. 24–25 and 60–61. It was estimated that around 5,000 dockers were involved in the 1872 strike for union recognition. 19 Bean,, The Liverpool Dock Strike, pp. 56–57. 31 Barnes,, Longshoremen, pp. 96–99. 32 Taplin,, Liverpool Dockers and Seamen, pp. 34–35. 33 Lovell,, Stevedores, and Dockers,, pp. 26–29 and 38–40. In New York differences in working conditions as between the two sectors were seen as presenting a significantn obstacle to the development of unionism; see Barnes,, Longshoremen, p. 100. 34 Webb trade Union Collection, Section A, volume XLII, 170–71.
Recent papers in Dockers. dockworkers in Bremen, . 860-1939, W. R. Lee; The port of London, 1790-1970, Roy Mankelow; Longshoremen in the port of New York, 1850-1940, Bruce Nelson; Undeserving casuals: Rotterdam dockers and their unions, 1880-1965, Erik Nijhof; Godis, tolis and mathadis: dock workers of Bombay, Mariam Dossal Panjwani; The history of dock labour: Liverpool, . 850-1914, Eric Taplin; Waterfront labour.
No social historian of 19th-century Britain and no expert of labour history in port cities will fail to have read Eric Taplin's .
No social historian of 19th-century Britain and no expert of labour history in port cities will fail to have read Eric Taplin's pathbreaking 1986 work The Docker's Union: a study of the National Union of Dock Labourers 1889-1922. It shifted the focus of British labour history from artisan elites and factory workers to the casual labour forces and labour markets that dominated. The book was a follow-up to his thesis, Liverpool Dockers and Seamen 1870-1890 (1974), which placed the lives of dock workers and seafarers, and the history of their efforts to unionise, on the map. Publication brought Eric a host of admirers and lifelong friends, including the late Jack Jones.
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THE early 1870s can be represented as something of a false dawn for trade unionism in the United Kingdom. E. L. Taplin, Liverpool Dockers and Seamen 1870–1890 (Hull, 1974). Studies in Economic and Social History. A local study which adds to our knowledge of the unionism of the ‘unskilled’ pre-1889.
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