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Ecology, Colonialism and Cattle Central India in the Nineteenth Century

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By: Laxman D Satya
214 pages, map
Ecology, Colonialism and Cattle
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  • Ecology, Colonialism and Cattle ISBN: 9780195668759 Hardback Oct 2004 Out of Print #152839
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This volume documents the impact that colonial commercialization had on the environment in cattle rich region of central India called Berar when the traditional interdependency of agriculture, grazing lands and forest was broken under British colonial onslaught.

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Out of Print
By: Laxman D Satya
214 pages, map
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