Welsh history and its sources
Welsh history and its sources

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Welsh history and its sources

7.6 Wales 1880–1914

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Image 1: Binding corn into sheaves, Brechfa, Dyfed, c. 1898. (Source: Welsh Folk Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 2: Title page of the Preliminary Report of the 1881 Census. (Source: Glamorgan Archive Service.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 3: A page from the Preliminary Report of the 1881 Census. (Source: Glamorgan Archive Service.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 4: Dockers unloading pit wood, Barry, c. 1911. (Source: Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 5: Women hauliers at Abergorki Colliery, Treorchy, c.1880. (Source: Cyril Batstone.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 6: Haulier driving a tram at a south Wales colliery, c.1905. (Source: Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 7: A Doubler at work at the Clayton Tinplate Works, Glamorgan, c.1920. (Source: Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 8: The Puddling Furnace, Cwmbran Ironworks, from the original oil painting in the Department of Industry, National Museum of Wales. (Source: Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 9: Slate splitting, Dinorwig Quarries, c. 1910. (Source: Gwynedd Archive Service)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 10: Hand milking at Felin Newydd, Cardigan, c.1900. (Source: Welsh Folk Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 11: The wagon shop, Rhymney Railway Locomotive Works, Caerphilly, c.1906. (Source: E. R. Mountford.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 12: Examples of the ‘Welsh Not’. (Source: Welsh Folk Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 13: Evan Roberts and colleague revivalists from Loughor. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 14: Crumlin Football Team, 1900

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 15: O. M. Edwards. (Source: Urdd Gobaith Cymru.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 16: Souvenir programme, printed on silk, for the first performance at the Empire Theatre of Varieties, Tonypandy, 15 November 1909. (Source: Cyril Batstone.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 17: Title page of The Miners’ Next Step. (Source: South Wales Miners’ Library.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 18: Tonypandy, early twentieth century. (Sources: Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum and Cyril Batstone.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 19: Tonypandy, early twentieth century. (Sources: Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum and Cyril Batstone.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 20: Tonypandy after the riots. (Sources: Cyril Batstone and Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 21: Tonypandy after the riots. (Sources: Cyril Batstone; and Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 22: Tonypandy after the riots. (Sources: Cyril Batstone and Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 23: Tonypandy after the riots. (Sources: Cyril Batstone and Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 24: Troops assembled in Pontypridd in 1910. (Source: Cyril Batstone.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 25: Report in the Western Mail, 9 November 1910. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 26: David Lloyd George, 1903. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 27: Tom Ellis, Liberal MP for Merioneth. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 28: Lloyd George’s funeral, Llanystumdwy, 1945. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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Image 29: Lloyd George speaking at Killerton Park, Devon, in 1925. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library)

From: Wales 1880–1914

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

From: Wales 1880–1914

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