Welsh history and its sources
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Welsh history and its sources

6.5 People and protest

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Resource 1: Country populations in Wales as shown by census returns

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Resource 2: Wales, showing the pre-1974 county boundaries

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Resource 3: Chapel building of Protestant denominations 1801–1850 (Public Record Office, Census of Religious Worship 1851. Enumerators’ Returns for Wales, HO 129/29/576–623.)

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Resource 4: Growth Rates in Wales — (4 Main Denominations)

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Resource 5: The North Wales slate mining district

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