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Newsletter 54 - Autumn 2010

Contents General editor, Dick Selwood  

Local History Section Editor, Mark Page
An Intolerable Nuisance Malcolm Walford
The Agricultural Revolution: Changes in Agriculture and Silviculture in Hampshire 1660-1830
Sharon Noviss
Clarifying the Link between Bedwork Watermeadows and the Sheep and Corn System on the English South Central Chalks in the 17th and 18th Centuries Gavin Bowie
News from the Hampshire Record Office, Archives and Local Studies David Rymill
Book Review

Historic Buildings Section Editor, Edward Roberts
Editorial Edward Roberts
The farm mill attached to the Manor Farm staddle barn, Broughton, Hampshire downlands Gavin Bowie

News Item: Celebrating 125 years by winning awards Dick Selwood

Section Editor, George Campbell
Editoral George Campbell
'A Glorious Opportunity' - Beautifying Hampshire Roads between the Wars
Malcolm Walford
Reconstructing the Former Landscapes of Martin
George Campbell
Odiham's Royal Deer Park
Sheila Millard

News Item: 125th Anniversary Conference
Dick Selwood

Section Editor, David Allen
Archaeology Section pages this issue as the Section Editor is more than fully committed to helping prepare Basing House for its re-opening in late August...many apologies to those who miss them.  It would also be good to receive more copy - there has been a dearth of late - with a reminder that any contributions should be informative and aimed at expanding our knowledge of Hampshire archaeology. Contact David Allen.

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