Site Bibliography

The following list includes an incomplete bibliography of the source material utilized in the creation of Stumbling in the Shadows of Giants, the Book, as well as the Web site.


A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Welshmen, By Robert Williams (1852) London | William Rees

A history of printing and printers in Wales to 1810, and of successive and related printers to 1923. Also, A history of printing and printers in Monmouthshire to 1923, By J. Ifano Jones (1925) Cardiff | William Lewis

Benjamin Henry Latrobe, By Talbot Hamlin (1955) Oxford University

Book of Martyrs, By John Foxe

Chartism: a new history, By Malcolm Chase (2007) Manchester University Press

Goronwy Owen, By  Branwen Jarvis (1986) University of Wales Press

Johannes Gutenberg and the Printing Press, By Diana Childress (2008) Minneapolis | Twenty-First Century Books

Llanddowror pioneer in adult education, By T. Kelly, Griffith Jones, (1950) Cardiff | Univ. of Wales Press

Social Disorder in Britain 1750-1850: The Power of the Gentry, Radicalism and Religion in Wales, By J.E. Thomas (2011) J.B. Taurus & Company, Ltd.

The Baby Book | William Ellis Jones Jr.  Family History, By William Ellis Jones, Jr. (1936)

The charity school movement a study of eighteenth century puritanism in action, By M. G. Jones, (1938. 2013) Cambridge University Press

The Invention of Tradition, Edited by Eric Hobsbawm and Terence Ranger, (1983) Cambridge University Press

The Merthyr Rising, By Gwyn A. Williams (1978) London | Croom Helm Ltd.

The Origin and History of Methodism in Wales and the Borders, By David Young (1893) Edinburgh | Morrison & Gibb, Printers

The Poetical Works of the Rev. Goronwy Owen (Goronwy Ddu o Fon) with His Life and Correspondence, Vol. II, Edited by Rev. Robert Jones, BA, Vicar of All Saints Rotherhithf (1876) London | Longmans, Green & Co.

Wild Wales, Its people, Language, and Scenery, By Burrow, George, (@1860) Great Britain |  T. Nelson & Sons, Ltd..

Sketches of William Hicks, Abner Hicks, Jasper Hicks, George Harris, James Crews, John Earl – and something of their descendants, By Thurston Titus Hicks (1926 and 1954) Henderson, North Carolina


A Merioneth Family of Printers in Wales and the U.S.A, By Dr. Lewis Lloyd, The Journal of the Merioneth Historical and Records Society, Vol. XII (iv) (1997)

American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the Year 1832, published by Gray and Bowen, Boston

The Significance of Shockoe Bottom, Edited by Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality

History of Crenshaw’s Battery, Written by Private Charles P. Young, and Revised by Captain Thomas Ellett, thirty-eight years after close of the war. Edited by Rev. J. Williams Jones – Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones)

Lewis Morris: The Fat Man of Cardiganshire, By Gerhaint H. Jenkins (2002) Ceredigion |  Journal of the Ceredigion Historical Society Vol. 14, no. 2, p. 1-23

Manillas. Coin News. By Rees, Alun, April (2000) 2000

Methodism and the Threat of Revolution in Britain, By Eric Hobsbawm, History Today, Volume: 7 Issue: 5 (1957)
Newsletter of the Cynon Valley Historical Society, Issue #54, Spring (2011)

People, Protest and Politics, case studies in C19 Wales, By David Egan, Gomer (1987)

The Chapels of Dolgellau, By The Chapels Heritage Society. Newsletter 15, Winter (1991/1992)

The Crenshaw Battery, from the Richmond, Virginia Star, January 15, 1894.

The North Wales Gazette , 2 May 1811.

The Richmond Times Dispatch, October 01, 1903, Page 2

The Story of Wales: Life in Merthyr Tydfil’s 19th Century ‘Little Hell’ , BBC Production:

The William and Mary Quarterly , Vol. 9, No. 3 Jan. (1901) pp. 152-164

The “Oxford Public Ledger” newspaper, various editions.

The “States Progress” newspaper, unknown edition, about 1933 (“Black Mammy” Tells Graphic Story of Slavery)

The Works Progress Administration, Writers Project; Slave Narratives

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