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In what ways did the British countryside change in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century? socialstudies-cbse-class-9

In what ways did the British countryside change in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century?

Asked On2017-07-24 05:16:06 by:tarun101

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In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, the British countryside changed dramatically. Before the eighteenth century, England had many open fields and common lands. These open fields belonged to the villages and were not held privately by the landlords. All villagers had access to these lands. Peasants could collect fruits, berries, hunt and collect fish from rivers and lakes which were located near the common lands. This helped them to earn additional income during the time of bad harvests.

However, from the sixteenth century on wards, as the prices of wool began to increase, many landlords began to enclose their lands. This was done to improve the breeding of their sheep. Land enclosure was slow during this time. By the late eighteenth century, the enclosure movement began to grow rapidly and several laws were passed by the Parliament to legalise the enclosure of lands. This was done to bring more land under cultivation.

Thus, while the British countryside presented the scene of many open fields before the eighteenth century, lands in the late eighteenth century began to be enclosed leading to the expansion of cultivation.

Answerd on:2017-07-26 Answerd By:Fututron

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