Welsh history and its sources
Welsh history and its sources

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Welsh history and its sources

6.6 Wales 1880–1914

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Resource 1: Place-name map of Wales

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Resource 2: Total population 1881

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Resource 3: Total population 1911

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Resource 4: Welsh speaking population, 1911

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Resource 5: Linguistic areas in the central borderland counties of Wales during the mid-nineteenth century according to the language used at Sunday Schools. (Source: G. J. Lewis and National Library of Wales. Reproduced from NLW Journal XXI.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Resource 6: General Election Result, 1910 (based on Madgwick and Balsom, National Atlas of Wales.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

Use the link below to download all the maps and diagrams from Wales 1880–1914 as a collection.

From: Wales 1880–1914

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