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Yorkshire Landscapes Past and Present

Edited By: Margaret Atherden and Tim Milsom
87 pages, 30 black and white and 8 colour illustrations
Publisher: PLACE
Yorkshire Landscapes Past and Present
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Contains chapters on maps of North Yorkshire landscapes; the habitat network in forests; woodland history in the Yorkshire Dales; interdisciplinary approach to landscape history; granges and estates of Kirkstall Abbey; environmental impacts of ironworking on the North York Moors; geomorphology and archaeology in the Vale of York; the Swale and Ure Washlands.

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Edited By: Margaret Atherden and Tim Milsom
87 pages, 30 black and white and 8 colour illustrations
Publisher: PLACE
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