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This section lists all the materials which have been digitized as part of the Wales-Ohio Project. A selection of audio and video clips is also available. Audio and video >>

The Digital Library currently contains 11517 images from 210 items.
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1849(George Eyre Evans Bequest 382) Miscellaneous Letters
A letter by Eliza [Thomas?] from Lower Salem, Washington County, describing her new home and the school in Marietta.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English; (4 images)
1851-1852America, or, Divers notes on the United States useful for immigrants
Notes on the Welsh settlements of Ohio, by R. D. Thomas ('Iorthryn Gwynedd').

NLW 9521A: Notebook (Features) >>
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English+Welsh; (204 images)
1880-1933Record book of the Welsh Calvinistic Church in Jackson, 1880-1933
Record book of the Welsh Calvinistic Church in Jackson listing names of members admitted and departed, 1880-1933.
Collection: Ohio/ Oak Hill ;   Language: Welsh; (70 images)
1946Visitors of the Jefferson Furnace Company Homecoming (1946)
A list of visitors of the Jefferson Furnace Company Homecoming in Oak Hill, Ohio, September 2, 1946.
Collection: Ohio/ Oak Hill ;   Language: English; (21 images)
1980Evan Edward Davis, Industrial History, Oak Hill, Ohio (Portsmouth : Ohio, 1980)
The history of the main industries in the Oak Hill area, Jackson County, and the Welsh pioneers who founded them.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English; (170 images)
2006Felicity Childs, ‘....from your dear brother Jack’: emigrant letter-writing as an historical source. An analysis of the letters of Jack Edwards, Aberystwyth (MA Thesis, Cardiff University, 2006)
A dissertation concentrating on the custom of writing correspondence by many emigrants and their families and friends in Wales, with examination of the linguistics, form and themes of the letters. The research focuses on a collection of letters written and received by Jack Edwards from Aberystwyth who emigrated to Cincinnati, Ohio in the 1880s, and which demonstrates their value as an historical and literary source.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English; (67 images)

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