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Custom, improvement, and the landscape in early modern Britain
R. W. Hoyle
|Statement||[edited by] Richard W. Hoyle|
|LC Classifications||HD604 .C87 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010045028|
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DOI link for Custom, Improvement and the Landscape in Early Modern Britain. Custom, Improvement and the Landscape in Early Modern Britain book. Edited By Richard W. Hoyle. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 March Pub.
location London. Author: Richard W. Hoyle. Book Description. A great deal has been written about the acceleration of English agriculture in the early modern period. In the late middle ages it was hard to see that And the landscape in early modern Britain book agriculture was so very different from that of the continent, but by levels of agricultural productivity in Britain were well ahead of those general in northern Europe.
and the landscape in early modern Britain book This volume addresses the fundamental notion of improvement in the development of the British landscape from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. Contributors present a variety of cases of how improvement, custom and resistance impacted on the local landscape, which includes manorial estates, enclosures, fens, forests and urban : Richard W.
Hoyle. Both the ‘early modern’ and ‘Britain’ of the title have perhaps been interpreted rather unevenly. The heart of the book, then, lies in the collision of ideas which occurred when developing notions of ‘improvement’ encountered a thought-world in which custom and tradition played a dominant part in shaping rural : Angus J.
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$ (cloth). - Volume 51 Issue 4. Book Chapter: Ross A () Improvement on the Grant Estates in Strathspey in the Later Eighteenth Century: Theory, Practice, and Failure?. In: Hoyle R (ed.) Custom, Improvement and the Landscape in Early Modern Britain.
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Taverner: landlords, copyholders, and the struggle to control memory in mid sixteenth-century Norfolk / R.W. Hoyle --Anthony Bradshaw and the preservation of custom in early modern Duffield / Heather Falvey --Contested pasts: custom, conflict, and landscape change in early modern East Anglia / Nicola Whyte --The idea of improvement, c 'Common Fields of Urban England: Communal Agriculture and the "Politics of Entitlement", in R.
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