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A history of English forestry

, : A history of English forestry. A history of English forestry: 339

The first part of the book describes the location, development, administration and use of the medieval forests. The second part describes the development of forestry up to the present day: its importance to shipbuilding in Tudor times; its later decline with the introduction of iron ships in the mid-nineteenth century; the subsequent introduction of new methods; the effects of the 1st and 2nd World wars; and recent developments in UK forestry.


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