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Farm Production in England 1700-1914$
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M. E. Turner, J. V. Beckett, and B. Afton

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780198208044

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198208044.001.0001

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Agricultural Production, Output, and Productivity, 1700–1914

Agricultural Production, Output, and Productivity, 1700–1914

(p.9) Chapter 1 Agricultural Production, Output, and Productivity, 1700–1914
Farm Production in England 1700-1914

M. E. Turner (Contributor Webpage)

J. V. Beckett (Contributor Webpage)

B. Afton

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This chapter begins by reviewing the traditional historiography on mainly English but also touching more widely on British agricultural production, output, and productivity from the pre-industrial period c.1700, through the early, middle, and mature stages of the industrial revolution, to 1914. It reviews the contested ground over the chronological turning points of the agricultural revolution, turning points that have been determined by historians' estimates of agricultural output. Those estimates, both the contemporary ones by observers such as Charles Smith and Arthur Young, and the recent ones by modern scholars are tabulated, compared, and assessed. It is concluded that a new approach is required, an approach based on the product producers themselves, the farmers.

Keywords:   agricultural production, output, productivity, agricultural revolution, industrial revolution, farmers

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