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The effect of land control and other factors upon agricultural development: a Solomon Islands case study
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|Title:||The effect of land control and other factors upon agricultural development: a Solomon Islands case study|
|Authors:||Witt, Eric N.|
|Keywords:||Land tenure Solomon Islands|
Agriculture Solomon Islands
|LC Subject Headings:||Land tenure--Solomon Islands.|
Agriculture--Economic aspects--Solomon Islands.
|Issue Date:||May 1974|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this research is to examine a method of land control, in this case customary land tenure, and its effect upon increasing agricultural development. Other factors influencing the level of agricultural development are also reviewed. Data from three village sites on the island of Guadalcanal ... are presented concerning the production and consumption of subsistence root crops.|
|Description:||vi, 230 leaves. illustrations, maps, tables|
|Appears in Collections:||1974 Masters Theses of Judith A. Bennett and Eric N. Witt|
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