The Heart of a Farm

A History of Barns and Fences in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Since the late 1990s, photographers Louise Abbott and Neils Jensen have travelled thousands of miles in the Eastern Townships of Quebec in their quest to document the remnants  of the historic agricultural landscape in the form of barns, fences and silos.  The Heart of the Farm  showcases over three hundred and fifty of their evocative photos, along with more than fifty rare archival images. The book also features an engaging and enlightening text by Abott that traces the evolution of barns from log to steel and the evolution of fences from wood to wire.

Louise Abbott & Neils Jensen

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A History of Barns and Fences in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Since the late 1990s, photographers Louise Abbott and Neils Jensen have travelled thousands of miles in the Eastern Townships of Quebec in their quest to document the remnants  of the historic agricultural landscape in the form of barns, fences and silos.  The Heart of the Farm  showcases over three hundred and fifty of their evocative photos, along with more than fifty rare archival images. The book also features an engaging and enlightening text by Abott that traces the evolution of barns from log to steel and the evolution of fences from wood to wire.

(ID 161)

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Weight 3.4 kg
Dimensions 22 x 3 x 30 cm

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