Newmarket Hill - A Sussex Downland History

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Introduction

Newmarket Hill - A Sussex Downland History · Introduction

This book is at a very early stage of development. It started as a history of a remote farm labourer's cottage on the South Downs between Lewes and Brighton. However it was soon discovered that the subject could easily be extended to enable an insight into the wider history of the Sussex Downs as a whole, and so be suitable for publication as a Wikibook.

Contents[edit]

  1. Introduction
  2. Geology
  3. Stone age hunter gatherers
  4. The first farmers - Neolithic to Saxon
  5. Medieval - shepherds and rabbits
  6. Conflict and change - 18th to early 19th century
  7. Newmarket Farm - 19th century
  8. Newmarket Farm - 20th century
  9. Newmarket Hill - post WW2 to present

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