2 edition of War-Time Farming in Northamptonshire. found in the catalog.
War-Time Farming in Northamptonshire.
Written in English
Photocopy of the book published by [Northamptonshire War Agricultural Executive Committee?] in 1947.
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Ames, Sir Herbert B., K.B., LL.D., M.P. (Montreal, Que.), born J , at Montreal, of which city he has been a life-long resident. He is the only son of the late Evan Fisher Ames (who founded the shoe manufacturing concern of Ames, Holden & Company in ), and of Caroline Matilda Brown, his wife, who was a native of New York City. Mr. E. F. Ames came to Canada from Conway, Mass. Farming. The census lists 2 farmers, 2 ﬂour millers, 1 milkman, 3 shepherds, 1 tractor engine driver and 26 agricultural labourers. Church Street – the working heart of the village The only exception was in because of war time. The details of these census’ are made available to the public when they are years old.
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It lies on the River Nene, 60 miles (97 km) north-west of London and 50 miles (80 km) south-east of Birmingham. One of the largest towns in England, it had a population ofat the census (, est. Region: East Midlands. Fair Stood the Wind for France was published a year before VE Day. The war was still raging as A love story, an adventure story, the effects of WWII, a gripping thriller, a comrade’s poignant sacrifice/5.
The middle of the 18th century marked the peak of the rural textile industry in Northamptonshire. The Militia Lists of the s included every male villager between the ages of 18 and 45 along with their occupation, so we know that roughly twice as many people were weaving and woolcombing than farming.
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The period that these poets are looking at is the short run and the beginning stages where the economy is incredibly unstable.
And when you combine that with war-time and you combine that with all of these agricultural changes that are shaking up the labor market and making it very difficult for a lot of people to earn money in the same sort of. 32 J. Howarth, ‘Politics and Society in Late Victorian Northamptonshire’, Northamptonshire Past and Present, 4 (), p.
33 ‘The Liberal Association in Northampton tended to respond. In Paulerspury was held freely by a woman named 'Gitda', a variant of the Old English name Gytha. Although most occurences of the latter name in Domesday refer to the countess Gytha, widow of Earl Godwine and mother of King Harold, the spelling 'Gitda' is found only in Northamptonshire, and appears to refer to another woman of the same name.
The Women’s Land Army was first created during World War One. This was an era when a great deal of farm work was done by men.
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