The volumes in this set, originally published between 1969 and 1990, draw together research by leading academics in the area of the rural history and provide an examination of related key issues. The volumes examine social change in rural communities approaching the industrial revolution, whilst also providing an overview of the history of rural populations in England, France, Germany, Mexico and the United States. This set will be of particular interest to students of history, business and economics.
Table of Contents
1. The Changing English Countryside, 1400-1700 Leonard Martin Cantor (1987) 2. An Atlas of Rural Protest in Britain 1548-1900 Edited by Andrew Charlesworth (1983) 3. The Land of France 1815-1914 Hugh D. Clout (1983) 4. Population Persistence and Migration in Rural New York, 1855-1860 David Paul Davenport (1989) 5. The Land and the People of Nineteenth-Century Cork: The Rural Economy and the Land Question James S. Donnelly (1975) 6. The Americanization of a Rural Immigrant Church: The General Conference Mennonites in Central Kansas, 1874-1939 Dennis D. Engbrecht (1990) 7. Writings of Farm Women, 1840-1940: An Anthology Edited by Carol Fairbanks and Bergine Haakenson (1990) 8. Anthropological Perspectives on Rural Mexico Cynthia Hewitt de Alcaìntara (1984) 9. The Rural World 1780-1850: Social Change in the English Countryside Pamela Horn (1980) 10. The Rural Idyll Edited by Gordon Edmund Mingay (1989) 11. Peasants and Lords in Modern Germany: Recent Studies in Agricultural History Edited by Robert G. Moeller (1986) 12. Harvesters and Harvesting 1840-1900: A Study of the Rural Proletariat David Hoseason Morgan (1982) 13. The Modernization of Rural France: Communications Networks and Agricultural Market Structures in Nineteenth-Century France Roger Price (1983) 14. English Rural Society, 1200-1350 Jan Zbigniew Titow (1969) 15. A Social History of Western Europe, 1450-1720: Tensions and Solidarities among Rural People Sheldon J. Watts (1984)
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field.