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by David Cuppleditch
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    David Cuppleditch
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    Sutton Publishing Ltd (November 5, 1998)
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    128 pages
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Lincolnshire is the second largest country in England and its principal agricultural area. This collection of memories from the communities scattered across its distinctive and unique landscape reflects the warmth of its people and the richness of its history. For centuries after the early invasions, Lincolnshire worked by its own code of conduct, but then in about the 1960s, bureaucratic interference began to generate much local dissent. This book looks back to a time when the community worked together, craftsmen took pride in their tasks, locals treasured their heritage and every Lincolnshire "Yellowbelly" did his duty. This collection of images reveals every aspect of Lincolnshire life from the fox-hunts of the elite county set to the daily chores of the peasant. From the beauty of the Wolds to the epitome of the English seaside resort, this volume offers a trip through this often neglected part of Britain.