Wales:- Social Life and Customs
The Welsh Corgi - on Wikipedia "Sometimes just known as a Corgi, two separate breeds are recognised: the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi......."
The Folk Song Tradition in Wales - on the NLW blog
Lives in Crime: The Social and Cultural History of Wales in the Court of Great Sessions by Angela Muir- on the NLW blog
The Welsh national rugby team, vs England, Dewsbury, 15 February 1890 - on the People's Collection Wales site
Welsh National Eisteddfod - Sundry references from various sources
Crime and Punishment Database - at the NLW.
"Comprises data about crimes, criminals and punishments included in the gaol files of the Court of Great Sessions in Wales from 1730 until its abolition in 1830. The Court could try all types of crimes, from petty thefts to high treason."
Payments to a Serving Maid. (Search Catalogue) The National Library of Wales site. A manuscript which sheds some light on the subject of working women's dress during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
The Hendregadredd Manuscript. (Search Catalogue) The National Library of Wales site. The manuscript is the earliest witness of the works of the Gogynfeirdd, the Welsh court poets who were active from the early twelfth century until the fourteenth century, and was probably copied at the Cistercian abbey of Strata Florida in Ceredigion
The Book of Taliesin. (Search Catalogue) The National Library of Wales site. The Book of Taliesin, dating from the second half of the fourteenth century, is one of the most famous Welsh manuscripts and contains a collection of some of the oldest poems in Welsh.
The National Anthem. (Search Catalogue)The National Library of Wales site. Images and audio
Eisteddfod of Wales site