Howell Ephemera Collection 1835-1945


Howell Ephemera Collection 1835-1945

12 boxes


Related Entities

There are 16 Entities related to this resource.

London School Board Policy Defence Committee (corporateBody)

National Industrial Education League (corporateBody)

Decimal Association (corporateBody)

Howell, George, 1833-1910 (person)

Born, 1833, Wrington; education was both sporadic and rudimentary, ending before he was twelve; at the age of eight he began working as a ploughboy, later moving to assist his father as a mortar boy and, in 1847, he became apprenticed to a Wrington shoemaker; largely self-taught, he was to become a voracious reader, notably of religious tracts and radical periodicals; enrolled in a local Chartist group, 1848, and underwent conversion to Wesleyan Methodism and taught at Sunday school. At the end ...

Land Tenure Reform Association (corporateBody)

National Reform Association (corporateBody)

Working Men's Association (corporateBody)

The International Workingmen's Association (IWA) was organized in London at a mass meeting of European trade unionists in 1864. Karl Marx was elected to the General Council and he organized the International as a propaganda vehicle for international socialism. Until about 1869 the International concentrated on organizing trade unions. After that the International became interested in gaining support for itself in the United States. It found support in two rival factions of American socialists, t...

PGreat Britain Parliament (corporateBody)

Working Men's Club and Institute Union (corporateBody)

National Sunday League (corporateBody)

National Association for the Promotion of Technical Education (corporateBody)

Sunday Society (corporateBody)

International Arbitration and Peace Society (corporateBody)

Eastern Question Association (corporateBody)

Bimetallic League (corporateBody)

National Conference on the Eastern Question (corporateBody)