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Transforming English Rural Society - John Broad
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The Verneys and the Claydons, 1600-1820 Between 1540 and 1920 the English elite transformed the countryside and landscape by building up landed estates which were concentrated around their country houses. John Broad&apos s study of the Verney family of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire demonstrates two sides of that process. Charting the family&apos s rise to wealth impelled by a strong dynastic imperative, Broad shows how the Verneys sought out heiress marriages to expand wealth and income. In parallel, he shows how the family managed its estates to maximize income and transformed three local village communities, creating a pattern of &apos open&apos and &apos closed&apos villages familiar to nineteenth-century commentators. Based on the formidable Verney family archive with its abundant correspondence, this book also examines the world of poor relief, farming families as well as strategies for estate expansion and social enhancement. It will appeal to anyone interested in the English countryside as a dynamic force in social and economic history. Transforming English Rural Society: Between 1540 and 1920 the English elite transformed the countryside and landscape by building up landed estates which were concentrated around their country houses. John Broad&apos s study of the Verney family of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire demonstrates two sides of that process. Charting the family&apos s rise to wealth impelled by a strong dynastic imperative, Broad shows how the Verneys sought out heiress marriages to expand wealth and income. In parallel, he shows how the family managed its estates to maximize income and transformed three local village communities, creating a pattern of &apos open&apos and &apos closed&apos villages familiar to nineteenth-century commentators. Based on the formidable Verney family archive with its abundant correspondence, this book also examines the world of poor relief, farming families as well as strategies for estate expansion and social enhancement. It will appeal to anyone interested in the English countryside as a dynamic force in social and economic history., Cambridge University Press

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The Verneys and the Claydons, 1600-1820 Between 1540 and 1920 the English elite transformed the countryside and landscape by building up landed estates which were concentrated around their country houses. John Broad`s study of the Verney family of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire demonstrates two sides of that process. Charting the family`s rise to wealth impelled by a strong dynastic imperative, Broad shows how the Verneys sought out heiress marriages to expand wealth and income. In parallel, he shows how the family managed its estates to maximize income and transformed three local village communities, creating a pattern of `open` and `closed` villages familiar to nineteenth-century commentators. Based on the formidable Verney family archive with its abundant correspondence, this book also examines the world of poor relief, farming families as well as strategies for estate expansion and social enhancement. It will appeal to anyone interested in the English countryside as a dynamic force in social and economic history. Transforming English Rural Society: Between 1540 and 1920 the English elite transformed the countryside and landscape by building up landed estates which were concentrated around their country houses. John Broad`s study of the Verney family of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire demonstrates two sides of that process. Charting the family`s rise to wealth impelled by a strong dynastic imperative, Broad shows how the Verneys sought out heiress marriages to expand wealth and income. In parallel, he shows how the family managed its estates to maximize income and transformed three local village communities, creating a pattern of `open` and `closed` villages familiar to nineteenth-century commentators. Based on the formidable Verney family archive with its abundant correspondence, this book also examines the world of poor relief, farming families as well as strategies for estate expansion and social enhancement. It will appeal to anyone interested in the English countryside as a dynamic force in social and economic history., Cambridge University Press

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Between 1540 and 1920 the English elite transformed the countryside and landscape by building up landed estates which were concentrated around their country houses. John Broad's study of the Verney family of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire demonstrates two sides of that process. Charting the family's rise to wealth impelled by a strong dynastic imperative, Broad shows how the Verneys sought out heiress marriages to expand wealth and income. In parallel, he shows how the family managed its esta Between 1540 and 1920 the English elite transformed the countryside and landscape by building up landed estates which were concentrated around their country houses. John Broad's study of the Verney family of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire demonstrates two sides of that process. Charting the family's rise to wealth impelled by a strong dynastic imperative, Broad shows how the Verneys sought out heiress marriages to expand wealth and income. In parallel, he shows how the family managed its estates to maximize income and transformed three local village communities, creating a pattern of 'open' and 'closed' villages familiar to nineteenth-century commentators. Based on the formidable Verney family archive with its abundant correspondence, this book also examines the world of poor relief, farming families as well as strategies for estate expansion and social enhancement. It will appeal to anyone interested in the English countryside as a dynamic force in social and economic history. British, History, Transforming English Rural Society: The Verneys and the Claydons, 1600 1820~~ Broad, John~~British~~History~~9780511192388, en, Transforming English Rural Society: The Verneys and the Claydons, 1600 1820, Broad, John, 9780511192388, Cambridge University Press, 04/01/2004, , , , Cambridge University Press, 04/01/2004

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Between 1540 and 1920 the English elite transformed the countryside and landscape by building up landed estates which were concentrated around their country houses. John Broad's study of the Verney family of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire demonstrates two sides of that process. Charting the family's rise to wealth impelled by a strong dynastic imperative, Broad shows how the Verneys sought. Between 1540 and 1920 the English elite transformed the countryside and landscape by building up landed estates which were concentrated around their country houses. John Broad's study of the Verney family of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire demonstrates two sides of that process. Charting the family's rise to wealth impelled by a strong dynastic imperative, Broad shows how the Verneys sought out heiress marriages to expand wealth and income. In parallel, he shows how the family managed its estates to maximize income and transformed three local village communities, creating a pattern of 'open' and 'closed' villages familiar to nineteenth-century commentators. Based on the formidable Verney family archive with its abundant correspondence, this book also examines the world of poor relief, farming families as well as strategies for estate expansion and social enhancement. It will appeal to anyone interested in the English countryside as a dynamic force in social and economic history. eBooks, Business, Finance & Law~~Economics~~Economic History, Transforming English Rural Society~~EBook~~9780511192388~~John Broad, , Transforming English Rural Society, John Broad, 9780511192388, Cambridge University Press, 04/22/2004, , , , Cambridge University Press

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The Verneys and the Claydons, 1600-1820, The Verneys and the Claydons, 1600-1820, [KW: POPULATION DEMOGRAPHY ,ENGLAND ,C 1600 TO C 1700 ,C 1700 TO C 1800 ,BRITISH IRISH HISTORY ,EARLY MODERN HISTORY C 1450,1500 TO C 1700 ,SOCIAL CULTURAL HISTORY ,HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY ,ECONOMIC HISTORY] POPULATION DEMOGRAPHY ,ENGLAND ,C 1600 TO C 1700 ,C 1700 TO C 1800 ,BRITISH IRISH HISTORY ,EARLY MODERN HISTORY C 1450,1500 TO C 1700 ,SOCIAL CULTURAL HISTORY ,HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY ,ECONOMIC HISTORY, [PU: Cambridge University Press]

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