Steam Engine Makers' Society

Identity area

Type of entity

Trade union

Authorized form of name

Steam Engine Makers' Society

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Description area

Dates of existence

1824 - 1920

History

The Steam Engine Makers' Society was founded in Liverpool on 2 November 1824. The original members of the Union included fitters, turners and steam engine erectors but the Union broadened its scope in 1847 to include millwrights, steam-engine patternmakers and the makers of tools used in the manufacture of steam engines. The society finally amalgamated with the Amalgamated Society of Engineers to form the Amalgamated Engineering Union in 1920.

Places

United Kingdom; Branches in Australia: Sydney No.143 Branch

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Functions, occupations and activities

Representation for engineers, fitter and turners

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Relationships area

Related entity

Amalgamated Engineering Union (1851 - 1973)

Identifier of the related entity

Category of the relationship

associative

Dates of the relationship

1920

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Entered from deposit description on 4 December 2012

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Sources

Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick,
http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/mrc/explorefurther/subject_guides/family_history/steam/ (accessed on 4 December 2012)

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