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He proceeded to write a considerable number of poems along similar lines.His poems were later published in Europe and in the USA. Ebenezer Elliott: The poet of the poor Joseph Rayner Stephens plaque and memorial, Stalybridge The Battle of Bexley Square - Salford in October 1931 Stalybridge and the 1842 General Strike plaque Mechanics' Institute - Princess Street, Manchester Darwen Street, Blackburn - a plaque commemorates local textile workers killed in 1842 Michael Davitt - Haslingden memorial Derby Silk Strike Centenary, Honouring the Derby Silk Workers Spanish Civil War Plaques, the International Brigade The Great Strike at Penrhyn Quarry Micky Fenn, trade unionist Julia Varley, trade unionist and suffragette The Chartist sculpture and plaque, Newport Thomas Spence, land reformer & political activist Tom Maguire, pioneer socialist & trade unionist Alice Wheeldon, peace activist, socialist and suffragette Mary Barbour, one of Govan's great working class heroes Thomas Cooper, Chartist Ernest Bevin, giant of the Labour movement Tom Mann, one of Britain's greatest trade unionists International Workers Memorial in Bathgate, West Lothian Caroline E. Martyn, early trade union organiser Sidney and Beatrice Webb, socialists, researchers and authors Female Union Society, inscribed stone Ramsbottom Andrew Hardie and John Baird, radical reformists, Stirling Eleanor Marx, Brighton The Bristol Bus Boycott, Bristol Anti Apartheid plaque, Jack Jones House Liverpool Benny Rothman, Timperley Robert Tressell, Pembroke Place, Liverpool The Newry dock strike and lockout of 1907 Annie Kenney - Oldham, Lancashire Lydia Ernestine Becker, Chadderton, Oldham Joseph Burgess, Failsworth, Oldham Peterloo, Manchester The International Brigade, photo album Samuel Plimsoll, the trade unionist who improved health and safety at work Gerrard Winstanley, Wigan Ebenezer Elliott: The poet of the poor Ebenezer Elliott liked to call himself "the poet of the poor" and was publicly known as "the Corn Law rhymer" for his leading role in the fight to repeal the Corn Laws (1815-1848/9) that by restricting imported grain raised food prices and boosted the profits of the landowners.In turn this also restricted the growth of other economic sectors including manufacturing.He became a successful iron merchant and steel manufacturer.
Hating school he spent much of his time exploring the countryside around Rotherham.
Stalybridge and the 1842 General Strike plaque Located alongside the J R Stephens plaque on Stalybridge Town Hall frontage, this plaque commemorates the first general strike which originated in 1842 in this area.
It began as a movement of resistance to the imposition of wage cuts in the mills before it quickly expanded into a movement for universals male suffrage.
Joseph Rayner Stephens plaque and memorial, Stalybridge The Tameside Metropolitan Borough plaque to Stephens is sited on Stalybridge Town Hall frontage, Waterloo Road, Stalybridge.
Stephens was a radical reformer who lived between 18 and was involved in the Chartist movement and campaigned against the Poor Law and for factory reform.
Many thanks to Gerard Dempsey for his work on this article.