Welsh history and its sources
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7.5 People and protest

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Image 1: Newtown, Montgomeryshire, c. 1900. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Image 2: Swansea in the 1850s

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Image 3: Thomas Gee. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Image 4: Henry Richard. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library.)

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Image 5: Henry Austin Bruce. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library.)

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Image 6: Capel Newydd Nanhoron, Llŷn. Built in 1770. (Source: National Monuments Record for Wales.)

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Image 7: Kindred spirits? Aberdare. (Source: Cynon Valley Libraries.)

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Image 8: Temperance quiver

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Image 9: Revd Christmas Evans, aged 59, in 1835. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Image 10: Capel Pembroke Terrace, Calvinistic Methodist church, Cardiff. Built in 1877

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Image 11: 1843 drawing of the Rebecca riots as depicted in the Paris magazine L’Illustration. (Source: Mary Evans Picture Library.)

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Image 12: Appeal of the gentry to the followers of Rebecca. (Source: Dyfed Archives, Carmarthen Record Office, Bryn Myrddin Collection.)

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Image 13: Contemporary drawing of a Chartist meeting. (Source: The Mansell Collection.)

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Image 14: John Frost’s broadsheet supporting the People’s Charter. (Source: Newport Central Library.)

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Image 15: North Wales Quarrymen’s Union banner

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Image 16: The (Tithe) Martyrs. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Image 17: Threshing at Star, Gaerwen. (Source: Gwynedd Archives Service.)

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