Welsh history and W Guide - Resources and Review

Several resources about Welsh history, including a Welsh History Timeline (an overview of the last 3000 years in Welsh history) and details of the literature, cultural traditions, sacred places and proverbs of Wales.
Twenty chapter history of Wales, covering the cultural revival, Tudor Wales, religious changes under the Stuarts, the coming of industry, the emergence of the labour party, and the language dilemma.
Educational publishing company formed by a group of teachers in the UK. Products include resources for the National Curriculum including GCSE History and Welsh History. Also provides links to a collection of recommended educational resources in history and science.
Details of the department's research, publications and collections in archaeology and numismatics
the study of coins and medals.
Established by Royal Charter in 1907 and is now one of the six largest libraries in Britain. Provides general information on the library, its departments, collections and exhibitions. All infomation available in Welsh and English.
Archive documents, photographs and early maps, which chronicle the local history of six counties in the mid Wales county of Powys. Provides information on the themes of crime and punishment, education and schools, religion in Wales, and care of the poor. Also covers Hendomen: the motte and bailey castle at Montgomery, and the history of the Brecon Boys County/Grammar School.
Collection of material relating to the Celtic people and culture. Provides access to an encyclopaedia of Celtic terms, manuscripts and texts, a book and music store, and information about the modern Celts, gods and myths, heroes and history, and artisans.
Examines the history of the Welsh language, and considers its current and future status, including efforts to preserve the language. Also provides a brief history of Wales and the Welsh people.
Conserves, protects, and presents the built heritage of Wales and undertakes the Secretary of State's statutory responsibilities for securing all ancient monuments for the future, for grant
aiding rescue archaeology work, and for offering grants to owners of historic buildings.
Range of articles on the history of Welsh castles, including a medieval Wales timeline.
Includes information on visiting the regions of Wales, places and events in Wales, themed holidays in Wales, what's new in Wales, and booking a holiday in Wales. The site also includes links to other sites related to Wales and the Welsh people.
Collection of documents which provide an insight into the social, economic and cultural history of South Wales during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The documents mainly concentrate on the employee side of the industry and particularly to trade union activities. The material is held in many media: manuscript documents, photographs, audio and videotapes, posters and banners. Links to a small number of images of documents in the collection have been provided, in particular to a series of photographs from the 1984/85 Miners' Strike.
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