Swansea: Its port and trade and their development (Second Hand)


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Alderman Edward Harris wrote this ‘short survey’ of the history of Swansea in response to a “need for a brief, clear and readable, but inexpensive history…” in 1933.  The book works forward through the history of the town as the Alderman knows and has researched it, resulting in a book filled with interesting paragraphs and short explanations of the town, from the discovery of a Roman villa in Oystermouth, Swansea during the civil wars, to the origins of Potato Street.

Cardiff, Western Mail & Echo Press, 1935. Hardback, 224 pages.  The book shows signs of wear and general use.  The cover is intact but had a few small dents and pencil marks on the cover. The inside shows some age colouring on the pages, but the binding is intact.

Please note, this book is second hand.

Additional information

Weight 0.520 kg
Dimensions 26 × 17.5 × 4 cm


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