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Trees and Woodland in the South Yorkshire Landscape A Natural, Economic and Social History

By: Melvyn Jones
192 pages, colour & b/w photos
Trees and Woodland in the South Yorkshire Landscape
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A detailed and authoritative book on South Yorkshire's trees and woodland, combining natural, economic and social history.

Contents

1. In the beginning...
2. Deer Parks, Chases and Wooded Commons
3. Coppice Management: its rise, decline and extinction
4. Woodland crafts and industries
5. The archaeology of South Yorkshire's woodlands
6. Trees in parks and gardens
7. Trees and shrubs in the wider landscape
8. Loss, rescue and restoration

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By: Melvyn Jones
192 pages, colour & b/w photos
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