Last edited by Voodoorn
Friday, July 24, 2020 | History

3 edition of The Greenhow lead mining field found in the catalog.

The Greenhow lead mining field

J. M. Dickinson

The Greenhow lead mining field

a historical survey

by J. M. Dickinson

  • 130 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Northern Cavern and Mine Research Society in Keighley .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Lead mines and mining -- Yorkshire -- Greenhow.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J. M. Dickinson.
    SeriesIndividual survey series -- no.4.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(7),40,xp.,11plates :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20064118M
    ISBN 100901450030
    OCLC/WorldCa30300311

    Lead mining, quarrying and agriculture have played prosperous roles in Pateley’s history. Lead mining around Greenhow Hill was started by the Brigantes, taken over by the conquering Romans. Lead mining was once the main industry in Wharfedale. From the seventeenth century to the late nineteenth it employed hundreds of men and boys, exploiting the veins in the limestone at Greenhow, Hebden, Grassington, Linton and Conistone, Appletreewick and elsewhere.

    Clifton Greenhow: POC Phone: POC Email [email protected]: Description The purpose of the solicitation is to provide contractor support to assist CBP’s OFAM and its subordinate offices with executive support and administrative support services. The future of British Columbia, more than that of any other province of Canada, is based upon its material resources. The first, best known and the greatest of these is undoubtedly that of mining. In preceding chapters details have been given of the discovery of placer gold, .

    Country walk at Pateley Bridge. quite lovely until we reached the edge of lead mining land of Greenhow Hill. Immediately right across field, gate (wm) near barn, through sheep pens near. ap = son of Ace — an English name found in the Doomsday Book that appeared in Wales c. Wace, Asse, Badham, Baddam. Adams — a biblical name common as a surname in England before Wales. Adda is the popular Welsh version. Adda, Athoe, Atha, Batha, Bathoe. Adda — Welsh version of the name appears in south Pembrokeshire.


Share this book
You might also like
Protest of Army Bid Rejection, U.S. GAO, January 18, 1995.

Protest of Army Bid Rejection, U.S. GAO, January 18, 1995.

Molecular Modeling

Molecular Modeling

Burren District

Burren District

Interstate pipe lines.

Interstate pipe lines.

Address of Lieutenant Donovan ... together with the copy of a memorial to His Royal Highness the Commander in Chief

Address of Lieutenant Donovan ... together with the copy of a memorial to His Royal Highness the Commander in Chief

Playing in the garden

Playing in the garden

Encylcopaedia; or, A dictionary of arts, sciences, and miscellaneous literature ...

Encylcopaedia; or, A dictionary of arts, sciences, and miscellaneous literature ...

Romance-Little Charmers Bookmark

Romance-Little Charmers Bookmark

The idlers companion

The idlers companion

Illustrated notes of an expedition through Mexico and California.

Illustrated notes of an expedition through Mexico and California.

little treasury of modern poetry

little treasury of modern poetry

List of members

List of members

Adventure for wealth.

Adventure for wealth.

American Catholic modernism at the turn of the century

American Catholic modernism at the turn of the century

Under twenty-five

Under twenty-five

The Greenhow lead mining field by J. M. Dickinson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Greenhow Lead Mining Field: A Historical Survey, Northern Mine Research Society, British Mining No 21, (). Northern Mine Research Society Records – Greenhaugh Mining Company Ltd. Report and Accounts for 12 months ending September 30th Dickinson, J.M.

A greatly revised and much expanded history of the Greenhow Mining Field, one of Yorkshire’s oldest and most productive lead and fluorspar mining areas. Some of its more recent remains can be seen alongside the Grassington to Pateley Bridge road, but evidence suggests that lead was mined here in Roman times and there was a large-scale.

Our latest book, due later this year, is a reprint of the two books written by Harald Bruff in the s – T’ ill an’ t’oade uns upuv Greenho’ & T’ Miners – character sketches of Yorkshire Lead Miners, together with photos, authors notes, further information on the characters in the books and family history information.

“The Greenhow Lead Mining Field.” Memoirs of the Northern Cavern and Mine Research Society: pp Dickinson, J. The Greenhow Lead Mining Field: A Historical Survey. Sheffield, Northern Cavern & Mine Research Society. Dickinson, J.

“Lead Mining with Steam in the Craven Dales.”. Lead was an essential material, for water pipes, for waterproof roofing, for the pigment in paint, and - later - for bullets. The Greenhow lead mining field book men who actually dug out the lead-bearing ore did not live close to the mines where they worked.

The village of Greenhow didn't exist until the sixteenth century. Sitemap. Categories. New additions (new books only) British Mining No 21 - The Greenhow Lead Mining Field A Historical Survey [USED] British Mining No 23 - Memoirs [USED] British Mining No 25 - Memoirs The Prospector's Field-Book and Guide in the Search for and the Easy Determination of Ores and Other Useful Minerals 2nd.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Rare Antique Greenhow Deep Level Lead Scheme - J.H. Clay - Skipton, Yorkshire at the best online prices at eBay.

Free delivery for many products. The Greenhow lead mining field: (a historical survey) (British mining), Dickinso YORKSHIRE DALES OFFICIAL GUIDE BOOK & MAP c The Greenhow Lead Mining Field - A Historical Survey: ISS (4) pp ; NMRS - Memoirs [British Mining] ( onwards) Dickinson John M.

A Prototype Aerial Ropeway at Hebden: Vol 1 pp (F,P) Gill Michael C. North Mossdale Mine: Vol 1 pp ; Ziemba T. The Mineral Veins of Bannerdale Crags: Vol 1 pp ; Gill Michael C. The Authoritative history of Lead mining in Swaledale & Arkengarthdale from medieval times to its heyday in the 19th Century.

The early mines were small scale and smelted their ore at wind blown furnaces, called bales, on the tops of local hills, but from the s onwards smelting was switched to smelt mills nearer the mines. Lead mining was once the main industry in Wharfedale.

From the 17th century to the late 19th century it employed hundreds of men and boys, exploiting the veins in the limestone at Greenhow, Hebden, Grassington, Linton and Conistone, Appletreewick and elsewhere. The heaps of mining waste remain, contaminated with lead, and on which little will grow.⁃ coordinates: 54°13′03″N 2°11′39″W /.

Follow the track uphill and bear left at the ruins: this is a good place to stop for a rest and admire the views across what was once an extensive lead-mining operation. Books at Amazon.

The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.

PRACTICAL GEOLOGY IN ANCIENT BRITAIN Part I. The Metals By C. BROMEHEAD, B.A., F.G.S, F.R.G.S. (Presidential Address, delivered 7th March, ) [Received 7th March, ] O NE of the foundations of Britain's greatness is geological--her mineral wealth, the adaptation of which to human uses con- stitutes practical by: 2.

The late ’s marked the start of the demise of the lead mining industry and many miners and their families gradually left the area. Shortly afterwards Grassington House changed its use from a private house into a boarding house, thus heralding the birth of the tourist industry which is still so important to Grassington today.

The Greenhow Lead mining field: A historical survey: Vol 21 pp (P) Dickinson John M. A Prototype Aerial Ropeway at Hebden: Vol 1 pp (F,P) Dickinson John M. Buckden Out Moor Lead Smelting Mill: Vol 8 pp ; Dobado R.

A glimpse of Spanish Mining's Golden Age from an Economic History Viewpoint: Vol 69 pp   Lead smelting works were established by me at Petersburgh [Petersburg], and turned over to the Nitre and Mining Bureau, when that Bureau was at my request separated from mine.

A cannon foundry established at Macon for heavy guns, and bronze foundries at Macon, Columbus, Ga., and at Augusta; a foundry for shot and shell at Salisbury, N.C.; a Brand: Arcadia Publishing SC. In the middle ages, lead was used to make weapons, water pipes and for stained glass windows. Lead mining reached its peak during the 18th and 19th century, when Britain was the world's leading lead producer.

Lead mining was a horrible dirty and risky business, involving men, women and children in. Full text of "Special reports on the mineral resources of Great Britain" See other formats.

This federal activity created a body of occupational hygienists and enabled the United States to lead the field in environmental measurement and control in the workplace.

Railroad, steel and mining companies were among the first industries to set up industrial medical by: 2. The Yorkshire Dales is an upland area of the Pennines in the historic county of Yorkshire, England, most of it in the Yorkshire Dales National Park created in The Dales comprise river valleys and the hills rising from the Vale of York westwards to the hilltops of the Pennine Ribblesdale, Dentdale and Garsdale, the area extends westwards across the watershed, but most of the.

The Bewerley area and Greenhow Hill area relied heavily on iron and lead mining. The Family of Yorke, John of Yorke and heirs and forebears were the biggest landowners in Bewerley and surrounds of Nidderdale in the 16 th 17 th and 18th centuries.

Pateley Bridge. Skipton (Sheep Town in old English) is a market town, the ‘Gateway to the Dales’ ofFile Size: 41KB.Welsh Surnames and their Origins.

ap = son of. Ace- an English name found in the Doomsday Book that appeared in Wales c. Wace, Asse, Badham, Baddam. Adams- a biblical name common as a surname in England before is the popular WelshAthoe, Atha, Batha, Bathoe.

Greenhow 2: a village with an agricultural heritage, a population of circa and small village school (50 pupils) and. Minbury: a village with a coal-mining heritage, a population of circa 2, and a village school ( pupils).

We were theoretically influenced by Lefebvre and his work as applied to rural contexts (Halfacree, ).Rural space here is understood as a triptych of the Author: Samantha H.

Hillyard, Carl Bagley.