Details of talks given by Gale Gould
Gale Gould is a third-year Doctoral student at the University of Southampton with an interest in political and environmental history. She is also a practicing New Forest commoner with the Right of Pasturage, meaning she can depasture cattle, ponies and donkeys on the Open Forest. Her speaking credits include the Royal Southern Yacht Club, the New Forest and Hampshire County Show, The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre (Havant), and the Chalke Valley History Festival.
|History|| Heart of Oak: the naval timber crisis in the reign of George III, 1760-1820.
Gale Gould Tagged: History | New Forest | Eighteenth Century | Government
|History|| The Hampshire Wonder & Other Curious Tales from the New Forest’s History
Gale Gould Tagged: Animals | History Culture | New Forest | Rural Life
|History|| Truth or Myth? Tales of the Animals of the New Forest
Gale Gould Tagged: History | Animals | Nature | New Forest