2 edition of Agrarian conditions in South India, 19th and 20th centuries, A.D. found in the catalog.
Agrarian conditions in South India, 19th and 20th centuries, A.D.
G. Venkat Rajam
Contributed articles presented in a seminar conducted by Dept. of History, Osmania University, held during Mar. 18-19, 2002.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editor, G. Venkat Rajam|
|Contributions||Osmania University. Dept. of History|
|LC Classifications||HD2075.A-ZS (H9)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 237 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||2010347233|
In this discussion, we attempt to read modern Indian agrarian history back-wards. That is to say, if conditions in the post-Green Revolution period in the early 21st century are those as have been described above, then the conditions of female labour could hardly have been better in the 19th and early 20th : Anil Kumar Vaddiraju. Before proceeding to consider articles in this volume that deal with or touch upon agrarian history, we need to recall how much Professor B. B. Chaudhuri’s two major works in this field, Growth of Commercial Agriculture in Bengal, and Peasant History of Late Pre-Colonial and Colonial India, have contributed to its enrichment.
Matthew Hild’s Greenbackers, Knights of Labor and Populists: Farmer-Labor Insurgency in the Late Nineteenth-Century South questions this. Hild intends to show that the Populist revolt in the South was not merely an agrarian movement, but the result of years of concerted farmer-labor activity. The decline of agrarian democracy(), 20th century U.S. Mark, Irving. Agrarian conflicts in colonial New York, – () Ochiai, Akiko. Harvesting Freedom: African American Agrarianism in Civil War Era South Carolina () Robison, Dan Merritt. Bob Taylor and the agrarian revolt in Tennessee () Stine, Harold E.
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