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The Pattern of Landownership in England and Wales, 1660‐1880
One of the most hotly debated issues in nineteenth-century England was the land question. An increasingly vociferous reform movement argued that the vast majority of the country's property was in theExpand
Agricultural rent in England, 1690-1914
Agricultural historians have collected and published a remarkable amount of material in recent years, partly as a result of the ongoing series 'The Agrarian History of England and Wales'. MissingExpand
Writing Local History
List of illustrations Abbreviations Acknowledgements Preface I Introduction IIThe origins of local history The chorographic tradition William Camden Christopher Saxton County histories Dugdale andExpand
The aristocracy in England, 1660-1914
  • J. Beckett
  • History, Political Science
  • 1 November 1987
Part 1 The English aristocracy: who were the aristocracy? the making of the aristocracy - land the making of the aristocracy - channels of admission. Part 2 The aristocracy and the economy: theExpand
Farm Production in England 1700-1914
Introduction 1. Agricultural Production 2. The Farmers and their Records 3. Farming Practice 4. Wheat 5. Barley and Oats 6. Livestock 7. The Agricultural Revolution Appendix 1 Appendix 2
The agricultural revolution
The agricultural revolution in history innovation enclosure land output agriculture and the economy.
A Centenary History of Nottingham
Part 1 The origins of Nottingham and the medieval town: the origins of Nottingham the Anglo-Saxon town and the Norman conquest the royal castle the medieval town trade and manufacture the lateExpand
Agricultural Sustainability and Open-Field Farming in England, c.1650–1830
Recent debates about modern farming have come to be couched in the terminology of sustainable agriculture, a concept originally developed in respect of international post-World War Two farming, andExpand