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A History of Wales
1815-1906. History of Wales 3
"A History of Wales: 1815-1906" is the third volume in a series beginning with 1485. This invaluable textbook offers a major new study of the principal changes of this dynamic era. The first half studies the period 1815-1850 in considerable detail while the second half considers the major changes that occurred after 1850. The chapters are organized in such a way as to outline the main industrial, social, political and cultural changes of the century. Each chapter contains a comprehensive reading list for those wishing to continue their studies.
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Gareth Evans maintains the standards set by his predecessors and provides a comprehensive framework for sixth form and college students studying this crucial century in Welsh history...The material in each section is presented clearly and concisely and the main developments are effectively outlined...The book should therefore enjoy a wide appeal for schools throughout Wales. This is the first major text book which covers Welsh history in the nineteenth century. Students and teachers hard pressed with the substantial re- organization of the National Curriculum owe Gareth Evans a debt for this volume. It makes as important contribution to extending the means by which the whole range of students indeed anyone with an interest in Welsh history, may investigate that history.A" Welsh History Review A clear, comprehensive and thorough account of the period.A" Albion