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Editorial Local history is a subject which offers a fascinating variety of topics and a fund of inexhaustible knowledge not only to the professional historian, but ...
History of the Mynydd Mawr by Huw Owen, Hons. History Student, Aberystwyth U.C.W. Research into the history of one's local area will immediately prove its value to ...
Letters to the Editor IN PURSUIT OF DROVERS Sir, I should be most grateful for your help over a book that I am preparing on the drove roads of Wales. I should very ...
Letters to the Editor THE WORKHOUSE REMEMBERED Sir, Thank you for the Carmarthenshire Historian. I always find them most interesting. The Workhouse memories of Mr ...
Loitering in Guildhall Square, Carmarthen by T.J. Evans, M.B.E. This revered spot in the centre of the ancient borough of Carmarthen is alive with historic associations ...
Poor Cambriol's Lord Sir William Vaughan (1577-1641) Colonial Pioneer, Writer and Agricultural Reformer by A.G. Prys-Jones, O.B.E., M.A. SIR William Vaughan, brother ...
Some Facets of Carmarthenshire History by Eynon Lloyd Hughes, F.R.S.A. Carmarthenshire is the largest county in Wales, with an area of 588,472 acres. The county is ...
Some References to the Cattle Drovers and Carmarthen by E. O. James, B.Sc. Prior to the development of important industries, Wales' chief produce lay in the breeding ...
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