This grammar of standardized colloquial Welsh first appeared as part of an “O” level textbook Cymraeg Cyfoes III intended for use in schools. Demand for a similar description of spoken Welsh grammar resulted in the publication of this book. Paperback: 128 pages | Publisher: Unknown; No Statement of Edition, edition (1976) |ASIN: B004FEI4IW
by Aled Jones. "Y Drych" is North America's oldest Welsh newspaper. From its origins in the bustling streets of downtown Manhattan in 1851, it survived the travails of the civil war to emerge at the end of the 19th century as America's leading Welsh language paper. This text tells the story of this newspaper. Paperback | Excellent Condition…
By David Greenslade, Based on first-hand information from 39 American states and Canadian provinces, this book describes the colorful spectrum of Welsh activities in the U.S.A. and Canada. Hardback. Very good condition. 344 pages. llustrations , samples, Includes index | ISBN10 0905928563 | SBN13 9780905928562
By John Rowlands and Sheila Rowlands. Association of Family History Societies of Wales in conjunction with the Federation of Family History Societies; illustrated edition (1993 | Very good condition. 338 pages, Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Company; 2 edition (December 6, 2009) | ISBN-13: 978-0806316208 | ISBN-10: 0806316209
Edited by John & Sheila Rowlands. Anyone who has had any success in researching their Welsh ancestry will know that a grasp of specialized Welsh genealogical methods and sources is only one of several factors that contributed to that success. They will know, for example, how important it is in Welsh research to have some understanding…
A Facsimile Reprint By Henry Halford Vaughan. This Elibron Classics book is a facsimile reprint of an 1889 edition by Kegan Paul, Trench, & Co., London.| Paperback | 378 pages | Adamant Media Corporation (March 3, 2005) | ISBN-10: 1421257599 | ISBN-13: 978-1421257594
By Gerald Hamilton-Edwards. 1986. Hardcover. 160 pages. Condition: Excellent; never circulated. ISBN:0-8063-1122-3. Chapters explain in detail the family history records held at the National Library of Wales, the County Record Offices, and by Welsh family history societies. Other topics include many courts, chancery and Welsh landed and armigerous families.