Author: Michael Drake,Derek W. Alexander
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book by Michael Drake. by Michael Drake and Derek W. Alexander. The 1950s saw the beginning of a rural revolution in the north of ireland, as farmers took stock after the war and began to use modern methods, moving away from centuries-old practice.
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Breaking New Ground: Fifty Years Of Change In Northern Ireland's Agriculture - ISBNdb (books and publications). author: Derek W. Derek Alexander born on Oct 20, 1952 - died on Mar 16, 2013 at the age of 60. Buried in National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in 23029 North Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85024. Derek Ray Alexander born on Jan 12, 1987 - died on Jun 4, 2010 at the age of 23. Buried in Walker Memory Gardens in 692 Highway 5, Jasper, AL 35503.
fifty years of change in Northern Ireland agriculture, 1952-2002. by Derek W. Published 2002 by Blackstaff Press in Belfast. Agriculture, History.
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