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Miliwn o Gymry Cymraeg! Yr Iaith Gymraeg a Chyfrifiad 1891 by Gwenfair Parry, Mari A. Williams

Miliwn o Gymry Cymraeg! Yr Iaith Gymraeg a Chyfrifiad 1891



Miliwn o Gymry Cymraeg! Yr Iaith Gymraeg a Chyfrifiad 1891 by Gwenfair Parry, Mari A. Williams

A comprehensive study and detailed analysis of the condition of the Welsh language at the end of the 19th century in 20 areas in Wales, derived from evidence taken from the 1891 Census by David Llewelyn Jones, Gwenfair Parry, Robert Smith and Mari A. Williams, together with a foreword by Geraint H. Jenkins. 11 maps and figures and 158 tables.

About the Author

Gwenfair Parry is the co-author of Miliwn o Gymry Cymraeg! Mari A. Williams was formerly a Research Fellow and Project Leader at the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth. She currently works as a translator.

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Publication date

15th June 1999


Gwenfair Parry, Mari A. Williams

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Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru an imprint of University of Wales Press


450 pages


Population & demography
Social & cultural history



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