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by paulbahs
30 Jan 2020, 12:30
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Coppicing and woodland management
Replies: 2
Views: 1001

Re: Coppicing and woodland management

Not least for its delightful pictures, H. Edlin, 'Woodland Crafts in Britain' (1949) is always worth looking at for traditional woodland.

Best wishes

Paul
by paulbahs
28 Aug 2019, 20:14
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain ed L. D. Stamp
Replies: 2
Views: 3928

Re: The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain ed L. D. Stamp

It's not a lawyerly response, but this is a pro bono, non-profit, publication. I'd just come up with a generic acknowledgement to Stamp/Clark/LUS. No one's going to sue your bottom off, as our American friends would say.
by paulbahs
30 May 2019, 08:45
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Eighteenth-century potatoes
Replies: 9
Views: 48678

Re: Eighteenth-century potatoes

See index to VCH Shropshire 4. Late C18 stuff is pp.178-9.
by paulbahs
07 Feb 2019, 08:48
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Flax in First World War
Replies: 0
Views: 17723

Flax in First World War

Randolph Schwabe's painting of flax growing near Podington (Beds) (find it via google) is well-known, if you're interested in such things. Having recently found a photograph of the enterprise I'm tring to find out more, with a view to publishing something. The large-scale flax farm near Yeovil is fa...
by paulbahs
07 Feb 2019, 08:32
Forum: Agricultural history
Topic: Model Farms
Replies: 5
Views: 23180

Re: Model Farms

Hello

I'm an ex-Historic England Inspector based in Northants and well-versed in assessing and understanding historic farm buildings. Do get in touch: I'm on 01832 280344.

Best wishes

Paul Stamper