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Agriculture and rural society in Britain, 1846-1914.

Trevor May

Agriculture and rural society in Britain, 1846-1914.

by Trevor May

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Published by Edward Arnold in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Great Britain.,
    • Great Britain -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 62-64.

      SeriesThe Archive series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1925 .M39
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[2], 66 p.
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5476801M
      ISBN 100713117583
      LC Control Number73180184

      War, Agriculture, and Food: Rural Europe from the s to the s Paul Brassley is a Senior Research Fellow in the University of Exeter, and a former chair of the British Agricultural History Society. Yves Segers is Professor of Rural History and Director of the Interfaculty Centre for Agrarian History (ICAG) Format: Hardcover. Abstract. Four published papers and several parts of a book are presented herein, together with a previously unpublished short paper explaining the intellectual background against which they were written and summarising their findings on the development of agricultural teQmology in England in the nineteenth and twentieth : Paul William Brassley.

      Pages in category "Rural society in the United Kingdom" The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().   Figures in the Landscape brings together fifteen pieces of research by Margaret Spufford stretching across her distinguished career from to the present day. As such, it reflects her broad range of interests, in the use of primary sources - particularly probate and taxation documents; the history of village communities; and popular consumption, literacy, culture and religion. The volume.

      () and Agriculture and Rural Society in Britain (), now offers us An Economic and Social History of Britain His latest book is a remarkable achievement. Not really a textbook, it is a monumental synthesis of original scholarship and recent historiography over a broad range of topics. Densely packed and. Rural history is an interdisciplinary field of historical research which focuses on the history of rural societies. At its inception, the field was based on the economic history of agriculture. Since the s it has become increasingly influenced by social history and has diverged from economically-focused "agricultural history". It can be considered an equivalent of urban history.


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Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and. Agricultural Revolution—Great Britain – REASONS FOR CHANGES IN AGRICULTURE Growing population, creating an increase in demand for food Increase in number of urban dwellers dependent on farmers for their food Improvement in transport (new roads, canals, and railways), making it easier to take food to the towns and toFile Size: 42KB.

E.L. Jones The Development of English AgricultureMacmillan, is an invaluable bibliographical study for work before the mids. C.S. Orwin and E.H. Whetham History of British AgricultureDavid & Charles, and (ed.) British AgricultureMethuen, are useful for the end of the period.

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