Who are these folk all dressed in green? Reflections on the first fifty years of Woodcraft Folk costume evolution

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Abstract

This short 1000-word chapter of a community history publication drew on Annebella Pollen's AHRC-funded research into the British woodcraft movement and her work with the Heritage Lottery Funded project, 90 Years of Woodcraft Folk. Annebella sat on the project's academic steering group and the book's editorial board as well as authoring three of its ten essays.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA People's History of Woodcraft Folk
EditorsPhineas Harper, Jonny Helm, Jon Nott, Annebella Pollen, Martin Pover, Nicola Samson
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherThe Woodcraft Folk
Pages40-45
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)9781873695111
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2016

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    Pollen, A. (2016). Who are these folk all dressed in green? Reflections on the first fifty years of Woodcraft Folk costume evolution. In P. Harper, J. Helm, J. Nott, A. Pollen, M. Pover, & N. Samson (Eds.), A People's History of Woodcraft Folk (pp. 40-45). The Woodcraft Folk. https://shop.woodcraft.org.uk/products/a-peoples-history-of-woodcraft-folk