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Beyond enclosure: upland common land in England and Wales since 1800.

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Beyond enclosure: upland common land in England and Wales since 1800. / Straughton, Eleanor A.

Society, Landscape and Environment in Upland Britain. ed. / Ian D. Whyte; Angus J. L. Winchester. 2. ed. Birmingham : Society for Landscape Studies, 2004. p. 89-98 (Supplementary Series).

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Straughton, EA 2004, Beyond enclosure: upland common land in England and Wales since 1800. in ID Whyte & AJL Winchester (eds), Society, Landscape and Environment in Upland Britain. 2 edn, Supplementary Series, Society for Landscape Studies, Birmingham, pp. 89-98.

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Straughton, E. A. (2004). Beyond enclosure: upland common land in England and Wales since 1800. In I. D. Whyte, & A. J. L. Winchester (Eds.), Society, Landscape and Environment in Upland Britain (2 ed., pp. 89-98). (Supplementary Series). Society for Landscape Studies.

Vancouver

Straughton EA. Beyond enclosure: upland common land in England and Wales since 1800. In Whyte ID, Winchester AJL, editors, Society, Landscape and Environment in Upland Britain. 2 ed. Birmingham: Society for Landscape Studies. 2004. p. 89-98. (Supplementary Series).

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Straughton, Eleanor A. / Beyond enclosure: upland common land in England and Wales since 1800. Society, Landscape and Environment in Upland Britain. editor / Ian D. Whyte ; Angus J. L. Winchester. 2. ed. Birmingham : Society for Landscape Studies, 2004. pp. 89-98 (Supplementary Series).

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