Language and Community in the Nineteenth Century
Geraint H. Jenkins
University of Wales Press, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 437 pages
The third volume in a series of studies on the social history of the Welsh language. This text aims to deepen the understanding of the relationship between the Welsh language and community in the 19th century by revealing parallels and contrasts evident at regional or local level.
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List of Maps and Figures ix
Language Areas in NorthEast Wales c 18001911
The Welsh Language in Montgomeryshire c 18001914
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able to speak Anglicization anthracite areas assimilation bilingual zone Breton Breton language Brittany Caerdydd Cardiff Carmarthen Carmarthenshire Celtic Celtic Languages census cent chapels church coalfield Colony cultural Czech Davies decline Denbighshire districts economic Eisteddfod emigration England English speakers English-speaking established ethnic evidence Figure Flintshire French Gaelic Gaidhealtachd Garw Valley geography Glamorgan Gymraeg Hanes Highlands History iaith Ibid idem immigrants in-migration industrial Ireland Irish language John Jones linguistic litde Liverpool living Llanbryn-mair Llandysul London Machynlleth Magyar majority medium migrants Monmouthshire monoglot monolingual Welsh Montgomeryshire nineteenth century Nonconformist north-east Wales number of Welsh oedd Ogmore parishes Patagonia Pembrokeshire percentage political population Pryce railway region religious rural schools Scodand Scranton setded setdement Slovak Slovene social society South Wales south-west Wales speak Welsh spoke Welsh spoken Statistical Street Table Thomas town University of Wales unpubl urban Welsh language Welsh speakers Welsh-speaking Welshpool Williams