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For the Wales FONSAQ Project in honour of Three Weeks For Dreamwidth, I posted an essay on the Welsh choral tradition and Welsh national identity in the 19th century and beyond...in case anyone is interested, it's here:

http://jeanniemactavish.dreamwidth.org/15048.html.

trouble: Text: You'd be more interesting dead (dead)
Northwest History has a post up: Exploring turn-of-the century social history via wax cylinders that points at the totally awesome Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project, which is now my new favourite primary source.

I'm enjoying listening to music about prohibition. You should totally have liquor hidden in your cellar to get all the beautiful girls!
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Hi All,

I am putting together a list of primary sources that are available for free on the internet.

[My prof, bless her wee cotton socks, thinks "history on the internet" is limited to Wikipedia.]

What are you favourite primary source websites?

my list is behind the cut )

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