Agricultural Change and the Peasant Economy of South China, Volume 66
This book focuses on two prvinces of south China -- sixteenth-centiury Fukien, a coastal province, and eighteenth-century Hunana, an interior province -- to illustrate the cuases and effects of agricultural change in the context of historical transformations in commerce. It examines such topics and transport and georgraphical constraints on agricultural development, the ecology of rice culture, and the economic significance of various forms of land tenure.
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