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Fields, Hedges and Ditches

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The fields of the farming landscape in Britain are the result of a long series of past efforts and achievements and have much to tell us about the life and work those who lived in the past. They have been won with infinite skill and labor from wild nature and adapted to changing needs, so that their present boundaries may preserve the memory of a Roman road, a medieval pea ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published February 15th 2011 by Shire Publications
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Steve Dewey
Feb 06, 2018 rated it it was ok
Other reviews I've read about this book seem on the mark. The book is pretty much a scan of the original book, so has the same kind of 70s typeface, the same 70s kind of layout and photos that are probably worse to look at than the originals being now at least third generation. So, for 4.99 for 32 pages, it all seems a bit... cheap.

Now, in terms of page count, I don't expect much from Shire books -- they are useful introductions to a topic, and little more. But, in this case, 32 pages, including
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