Why was it in England that coal was most used?
|dc.description.abstract||Alan Macfarlane explains why it was that England developed its coal industry well in advance to other parts of the world, which he relates to its island nature and the limited stocks of wood in relation to a relatively dense population.||en|
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|dc.title||Why was it in England that coal was most used?||en|
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