KINDLE [Children of the Mill]


  • Hardcover
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  • Children of the Mill
  • David Hanson
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  • 09 March 2020
  • 9781472220417

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Read & download ¶ Children of the Mill Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Channel 4's The Mill captivated viewers with the tales of the lives of the young girls and boys in a northern millFocusing on the lives of the apprentices at uarry Bank Mill David Hanson's book uses a wealth of first person source material including letters diaries mill records to tell the stories of the c. Children of the Mill True Stories From uarry Bank by David Hanson was written to accompany the Channel 4 series The Mill which first screened as two series in 2013 and 2014 The TV show is a drama based on fact The book reveals the real lives of the main characters showing how close to the truth the dramatisation is I had not watched the TV show prior to reading the bookuarry Bank Mill was built in 1784 on the banks of the River Bollin near Styal in Cheshire It was built by Samuel Greg the son of a wealthy Scottish Irishman whose business empire included slave plantations in the American South and Dominica and privateering in the Atlantic The Mill was built to spin cotton and later went on to include weaving It was owned by the Greg family until being handed over to the National Trust in 1939The Gregs were careful pragmatic paternalistic millowners Employee conditions at uarry Bank compared favourably to those in nearby city mills in the 18th century although when looked at through 21st century eyes they still appear harshThe author uotes extensively from source material including letters diaries mill records and court documents to bring to life the mill workers particularly the children uarry Bank Mill employed child apprentices until 1847 Between 1790 and then most lived in an Apprentice House built near the factory Greg hired a superintendent to keep the children in order and most unusually for the time a mill doctor although medical care for all at the time was rudimentary at bestMost of the apprentices were sourced from workhouses Parishes received a payment for them and they were then indentured until their eighteenth birthday a date that would be guessed at as few records existed They worked long days 530am to 8pm with schoolwork and gardening after their shift at the mill The work was dangerous with fingers at risk of being severed and limbs crushed by the machines Arguably life at a workhouse could be even worse at least at the mill the children were fed but ultimately they had no choice in their fateA little over half of the book is devoted to the lives of the apprentices their background arrival at the mill experiences there the toll this life had on their health and how those who survived coped with adulthood The remaining chapters look at the impact of the mill on the wider community and at the Greg family who built and controlled uarry Bank Although it was a hard life now difficult to fully comprehend the comparisons with other mills at the time belie some of the slightly sensationalised wording which the author employs at timesThis is an interesting history of factory life during the industrial revolution told from the point of view of real individuals It reads like a television documentary rather than a history book being episodic and slightly tabloid in style The uotes from source add authenticity even if they are sometimes little than listsUseful background reading for anyone wishing to visit the mill now operated by the National Trust and providing an interesting factual backup to the TV drama I suspect a serious historian may find it less satisfyingMy copy of this book was provided gratis by the publisher Headline Destination Simple: Everyday Rituals for a Slower Life boys in a northern millFocusing on the lives of the apprentices at uarry Bank Mill David Hanson's The Tattooist of Auschwitz: Based on an incredible true story book uses a wealth of first person source material including letters diaries mill records to tell the stories of the c. 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Read & download ¶ Children of the Mill Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Hildren who lived and worked at uarry Bank throughout the nineteenth centuryThis book perfectly accompanies the television series satisfying viewers' curiosity about the history of the children of uarry Bank It reveals the real lives of the television series' main characters Esther Daniel Lucy and Susannah. This books is very interesting indeed It gives the real life stories of the people who lived and worked at uarry Bank Mill and shows how the stories were adapted for the TV series It deals not only with the apprentice children but with others who worked at the mill and with the Greg family who owned it really bringing it all to life and showing how the history of the place still affects the mill and village to the present day I couldn t leave it alone It makes you realize how fortunate we are today while bringing to life the realities of the past I cannot recommend it too highly

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Read & download ¶ Children of the Mill Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Showing how shockingly close to the truth the dramatisation isBut the book also goes far beyond this to create a full and vivid picture of factory life in the industrial revolution David Hanson has written an accessible narrative history of Victorian working children and the conditions in which they worke. Very good book very interesting


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    KINDLE [Children of the Mill] Initially I couldn't put the book down I found the research and information given to me about the lives of the children in the mill to be fascinating as well as heartbreaking But as the book moves on it loses momentum and also spends a lot of time focusing on the mill owners; which would be fine if not for the fact that the children should be the eponymous characters discussed I found this to be a great start but a disappointing end

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    KINDLE [Children of the Mill] Children of the Mill True Stories From uarry Bank by David Hanson was written to accompany the Channel 4 series The Mill w

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    Free read Children of the Mill KINDLE [Children of the Mill] David Hanson ì 2 Characters This books is very interesting indeed It gives the real life stories of the people who lived and worked at uarry Bank Mill and shows how the stories were adapted for the TV series It deals not only with the apprentice children but with others who worked at the mill and with the Greg family who owned it really bringing it all to life and showing how the history of the place still affects the mill and village to the present day I co

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    Free download ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ì David Hanson David Hanson ì 2 Characters KINDLE [Children of the Mill] I couldn't put the book down Styal mill is one of my favourite places it's history the stories and it's pure beauty The author explores all of this with real emotion and adds his own character into his writing I th

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    Free read Children of the Mill Free download ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ì David Hanson David Hanson ì 2 Characters Finally finished this great read really took me back in time to when i worked in textile mill it also showed me how it was even further back with the children working there and how hard it was in those times Nice piece of history in this book for any history lovers

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    KINDLE [Children of the Mill] David Hanson ì 2 Characters Free download ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ì David Hanson Very good book very interesting

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    KINDLE [Children of the Mill] Really interesting read accompanies the series well Can get confusing with the amount of people in it though keeping track of everyone can at times make it a hard read

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    KINDLE [Children of the Mill] An interesting and engaging book which I highly recommend

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