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This page reports on the National Charter Association’s Birmingham conference in 1843 which committed the movement to the land plan. Continue reading Birmingham conference 1843
The Southern Star was a Chartist newspaper launched by James Bronterre O’Brien in January 1840. It did not survive the imprisonment of its editor and owner a few months later. Continue reading Southern Star – Chartist newspaper for the South
Professor Paul Pickering is the author of Feargus O’Connor: A Political Life. Chartist Ancestors asked him about his biography of the greatest of the Chartist leaders and about Chartism’s international dimension. Continue reading Paul Pickering on Feargus O’Connor
The National Charter Association was the largest, longest lived and most central of the membership bodies to emerge from the Chartist movement. This short history explains the importance of the NCA and its development from its launch in 1840 to its final demise in 1860. Continue reading National Charter Association, 1840-1860
The National Charter Association’s National Registration and Elections Committee (NCREC) aimed to co-ordinate the Chartist challenge at parliamentary elections, but achieved limited success at the general election of 1847. Continue reading Chartists and the general election of 1847
This page gives a brief introduction to the working of the Chartist land plan and links to lists of thousands of Lancashire workers who subscribed to the Chartist land company in the 1840s. Continue reading Subscribers to the Chartist Land Company
The Northern Star was by some distance the most important of all the Chartist newspapers, and for family historians it is the single most significant primary research resource now available online. Continue reading Northern Star – the paper that made Chartism
After the best part of a year collecting signatures for their first great petition, the Chartists met to prepare its submission to Parliament. Continue reading First Chartist Convention, 1839
This page provides a statistical breakdown of some of the main themes and individuals reported by the Northern Star between 1838 and 1852. Continue reading Northern Star in numbers