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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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1854-1951
Madog Center and Greer Museum Collection, University of Rio Grande, Ohio The collection from Madog Center for Welsh Studies and Greer Museum at the University of Rio Grande, Ohio consists of an account book of Tabor Church and Peniel Church; Program of The Welsh Congregational Church Gymanfa Ganu in Cincinnati (1935); a copy of Florence Forsythe Evans’ Master of Music thesis which is a study on the Eisteddfod (1939); programs for the Rio Grande Eisteddfod / Eisteddfod of the Southern Ohio Eisteddfod Association (1921-1941); and a certificate presented at Rio Grande Eisteddfod (1938). Also included is a newspaper cutting of Dan T. Davis’ article on Ohio’s last charcoal iron-producing furnace; and a booklet depicting the story of the Welsh pioneers who emigrated to Jackson and Gallia counties in 1818.
Collection: Ohio/ Madog ;
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1872R. D. Thomas, Hanes Cymry America (A History of the Welsh in America) (Utica, 1872) [English translation]
The first attempt to recount the history of the Welsh in the United States. The volume also includes useful information about the voyage and information about the Welsh press and its publications in America. The state of Ohio is described in Chapter 5.
English translation by Phillips G. Davies.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English; (538 images)
1872R. D. Thomas, Hanes Cymry America a'u sefydliadau, eu heglwysi a'u gweinidogion, eu cerddorion, eu beirdd a'u llenorion ... (Utica, 1872)
The first attempt to recount the history of the Welsh in the United States. The volume also includes useful information about the voyage and information about the Welsh press and its publications in America. The state of Ohio is described in Chapter 5.
English translation by Phillips G. Davies is available (see above).
Collection: NLW ;   Language: Welsh; (563 images)
1900-1970Photographs from Evan E and Elizabeth F Davis' Collection
The collection consists of two photographs. The first being the interior of Horeb Church, Jackson County and the other is of the exterior of Centerville Calvinistic Methodist Church, Gallia County.
Collection: Ohio/ Private: Evan E. and Elizabeth F. Davis, Oak Hill; (3 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)
1951Newspaper cutting of Dan T. Davis' article, Ohio's Last Charcoal Furnace (1951)
Article published in The Columbus Sunday Dispatch Magazine, December 9, 1951, giving an account of Ohio's last charcoal iron-producing furnace located in the Hanging Rock region of southern Ohio and Kentucky, where the settlers utilized cleared timber to produce iron from ore.
Collection: Ohio/ Madog ;   Language: English; (2 images)

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