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  • n. Plural form of farmstead.


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  • Then it's time to return across the fields, following field boundaries and sunken lanes connecting the farmsteads and hamlets.

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  • In between are tiny hamlets and isolated farmsteads.

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  • Finally however, after visiting outlying farmsteads little changed from the pre-industrial age, enough original patterns were found to jump start kilim production on an organized basis.

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  • It asked that they check vacant farmsteads for signs of disturbed soil or matted grass, especially in areas with lines of mature or rotted trees that serve as windbreaks.

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  • We walked through farmsteads where people worked to prepare their fields for spring planting.

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  • Where we emerged on the floodplain below the fall line, the leaf mat beneath the trees had the telltale signs of abandoned farmsteads long surrendered to the wild.

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  • Back from the river stretched a maze of fields tended by small farmsteads.

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  • The country surrounding the capital was dotted with villages, clusters of farmsteads, fields, clearings, and hundreds of crisscrossing trails.

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  • Along the way we found the remains of old towns, villages, and farmsteads, now little more than revitalized forest.

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  • Most of the uplands consisted of cleared farmland with patches of brush and nut-bearing trees around scattered farmsteads.

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