Colonial Forest Policy in Uttarakhand, 1890-1928
This Study Look At Colonial Forest Policy, The Disruption It Caused And The Resistance To It, In One Part Of Uttarakhand-Kumaun-Because It Was Here That Colonial Intervention Was More Blatant. Without Dustjacket.
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Colonial Administration of Kumaun
Colonial Forest Policy
Forest Policy and the Economy of Kumaun
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