Chartist Movement

1838 to 1857
Chartist mass call for anti-corruption reforms to representation fail for working people largely due to adherence to legal protest methods, but establishes that superficially democratic governments cling to power regardless of the views of its people

SurnameGiven NameLifespanPlaceDateDescription/Memo
Dowling William Paul b. 1824, d. 3 Aug 1877Westminster, London, EnglandG1838Chartist Movement starts with publication of the People's Charter demands for fair political reform
Lambeth, London, England1857Chartist Movement ends with Final Convention and fails due to policy of reliance on constitutional methods
Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia
Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG
Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia
Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia
Hobart, Buckingham Land, Tasmania, Australia
Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG