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by Michael Turner

After the Famine: Irish Agriculture, 1850-1914 download ebook
ISBN:
0521553881
ISBN13:
978-0521553889
Author:
Michael Turner
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Cambridge University Press (March 29, 1996)
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330 pages
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1813 kb
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After the Famine: Irish .has been added to your Cart. Michael Turner has written a highly detailed analysis of the Irish agricultural economy's response to various changes in internal and external circumstances after the famine, differing from many of his predecessors in the field but always consciously engaged with their evidence and conclusions. John Kendle, Agricultural History. Turner has succeeded in producing a volume that will compel a careful reassessment of the relationship between economic and political change in post-Famine Ireland.

After the Famine examines Irish agriculture in the wake of the disastrous famine of the 1840s. After the Famine examines Irish agriculture in the wake of the disastrous famine of the 1840s. Michael Turner's detailed study is in three parts: he analyzes changing agricultural structures in terms of land use and peasant occupancy; he estimates the annual value of Irish output; he assesses Irish agricultural performance in terms of several measures of productivity.

Turner, . After the famine: Irish agriculture, 1850-1914 (Cambridge 1996). Tyms, . Groninger graanprijzen: de prijzen van agrarische producten tussen 1546 en 1990 (Groningen 2000). Tyson, . ‘Famine in Aberdeenshire, 1695-99’, in D. Stevenson (e., From Lairds to Louns: country and burgh life in Aberdeenshire, 1695-99 (Aberdeen 1986) 35-52. Unger, . ‘Feeding Low Countries towns: the grain trade in the fifteenth century’, Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire 77 (1999) ?

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Irish Agriculture, 1850–1914. Irish Agriculture, 1850–1914. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press1996. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1996.

This 1996 book presents an important and detailed contribution to debate on Irish social, economic and agrarian . Cambridge University Press.

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Irish Agriculture, 1850-1914. After the Famine is an important contribution to an extremely controversial area of Irish social and economic history. Michael Turner's detailed 1996 study is in three parts: he analyses the changing structure of agriculture in terms of land use and peasant occupancy; he presents estimates of the annual value of Irish output between 1850 and 1914; and he assesses Irish agricultural performance in terms of several measures of productivity. Recommend this journal.

After the Famine examines Irish agriculture in the wake of the disastrous famine of the 1840s. Michael Turner's detailed study is in three parts: he analyzes changing agricultural structures in terms of land use and peasant occupancy; he estimates the annual value of Irish output; he assesses Irish agricultural performance in terms of several measures of productivity. These analyses question prevailing orthodoxies about income distribution, and make an important contribution to a controversial area of Irish and economic history.