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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Frederick Lansberry.|
|Series||Kent history project,, 7|
|Contributions||Lansberry, H. C. F., Kent (England). County Council.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.K3 G68 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 302 p. :|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||2001035616|
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Government and politics in Kent, [H C F Lansberry; Kent (England). County Council.;] -- This work looks at the transformation of Kent's government from a system controlled by a small number of landed families into one in which, on the eve of WWI, a.
This volume, the seventh in the Kent History Project, complements those already published on The Economy of Kent and Religion and Society in Kent between and The volume begins with an important new assessment of the impact of the Civil Wars and Interregnum in Kent, which challenges some of the interpretations of previous studies of this period of Kent's history.
Government and Politics in Kent, - Boydell and Brewer This volume, the seventh in the Kent History Project, complements those already published on The Economy of Kent and Religion and Society in Kent between and The volume begins with an important new assessment of the impact of the Civil Wars and.
This volume, the seventh in the Kent History Project, complements those already published on The Economy of Kent and Religion and Society in Kent between and The volume begins with an important new assessment of the impact of the Civil Wars and Interregnum in Kent, which challenges some of the interpretations of previous studies of this period of Kent's : Hardcover.
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The Economy of Kent, by Alan Armstrong,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In recent years, historians' interpretations of the economic history of Britain from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century have changed significantly. There is less emphasis on the idea of a cataclysmic `industrial revolution' pioneered in and confined to the northern and midland counties, with increasing amounts of attention devoted to the long-neglected economic history of the southern.
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