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eBook Town and Countryside in western Berkshire, c.1327-c.1600: Social and Economic Change ePub

by Margaret Yates

  • ISBN: 184383328X
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Margaret Yates
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Boydell Press (November 15, 2007)
  • Pages: 352
  • ePub book: 1917 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1652 kb
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Social and Economic Change. MARGARET YATES is Lecturer in History at the University of Reading.

Social and Economic Change. Margaret Yates, University of Reading. Publisher: Boydell & Brewer. Online publication date: February 2013. A fresh examination of how society and economy changed at the end of the middle ages, comparing urban and rural experience. The traditional boundary between the medieval and early modern periods is challenged in this new study of social and economic change that bridges the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

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Book Description: The traditional boundary between the medieval and early modern periods is challenged in this new study of social and economic change that bridges the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

Published by: Boydell & Brewer, Boydell Press. Book Description: The traditional boundary between the medieval and early modern periods is challenged in this new study of social and economic change that bridges the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Newbury is of particular interest being a rising cloth manufacturing centre that had contacts with London and overseas due to its specialist production of kerseys.

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Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, UK. ISBN 9781843833284. Full text not archived in this repository. It is advisable to refer to the publisher's version if you intend to cite from this work. See Guidance on citing. Refereed: Yes. Divisions: Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science School of Humanities History. Publisher: Boydell and Brewer.

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Town and Countryside in western Berkshire, . 1600: Social and Economic Change By Margaret Yates Publisher: Boydell Press 2007 352 Pages ISBN: 184383328X File type: PDF 4 mb.

The traditional boundary between the medieval and early modern periods is challenged in this new study of social and economic change that bridges the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

Town and countryside in Western Berkshire, c. 1327–c. It is a book alive with the actions of people, famous men such as the clothier John Winchcombe known as ‘Jack of Newbury’, but more notably by the hundreds of individuals, such as William Eyston or Isabella Bullford, who acquired property, cultivated their lands, or, in the case of Isabella, managed the mill complex after her husband’s death.

The traditional boundary between the medieval and early modern periods is challenged in this new study of social and economic change that bridges the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It addresses the large historical questions - what changed, when and why - through a detailed case study of western Berkshire and Newbury, integrating the experiences of both town and countryside. Newbury is of particular interest being a rising cloth manufacturing centre that had contacts with London and overseas due to its specialist production of kerseys. The evidence comes from original documentary research and the data are clearly presented in tables and graphs. It is a book alive with the actions of people, famous men such as the clothier John Winchcombe known as 'Jack of Newbury', but more notably by the hundreds of individuals, such as William Eyston or Isabella Bullford, who acquired property, cultivated their lands, or, in the case of Isabella, managed the mill complex after her husband's death. MARGARET YATES is Lecturer in History at the University of Reading.