About the book
“In this superbly researched study, things are not quite as they seem down in the dark, dark wood...” Trevor Heaton, Eastern Daily Press
“This book is both a useful contribution to regional landscape history studies in the UK and of wider value to anyone interested in the history of trees and woodland in the rural landscape.” Jane Bunting, Agricultural History Review
“Essential reading for anyone concerned with the recording and understanding of ancient woodland, as well as those interested in the history of the countryside more broadly.” Mark Pritchard, Chartered Forester
“While this deeply informed study is hung on just one eastern county it ranges widely both in place and through the literature, and I have no doubt its conclusions are largely applicable across lowland Britain.” Paul Stamper, Landscapes Journal
“This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the history of woodland as well as landscape history in general. It is highly recommended and is a ‘must’ for any landscape historian’s bookshelf.” Margaret Thomas, Suffolk Review
ISBN: 978-1-909291-58-4 Format: Paperback, 288pp Published: Jan 2016
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