How to be IN the News: Writers’ Workshop
Presented by Ann Niemann, Editor in Chief of the Desert Shamrock
Saturday, September 14, 1:30pm to 4pm, ICC Norton Room
For Writers, Advertisers, and Photographers of all Skill Levels. Includes “how to” create submissions to The Desert Shamrock.
$10 at the door, $5 for each additional family member. Light refreshments.
Register at: email@example.com
By Lynn Herdman Mascarelli
July-August 2018 edition
Further suggested readings from academics in the field:
Knowles, Anne Kelly. “Immigrant trajectories through the rural-industrial transition in Wales and the United States, 1795–1850.” Annals of the association of American Geographers 85.2 (1995): 246-266. Detailed geography of Welsh settlement in the US.
Knowles, Anne Kelly. “Religious identity as ethnic identity: The Welsh in Waukesha County.” in RC Ostergren and TR Vale, eds., Wisconsin Land and Life (1997): 282-299.
Lewis, Ronald L. Welsh Americans: A History of Assimilation in the Coalfields (2008)
Roberts, W. Arvon. 150 Famous Welsh Americans (Llygad Gwalch Cyf, 2013)
Schlenther, Boyd Stanley. “‘The English is Swallowing up Their Language’: Welsh Ethnic Ambivalence in Colonial Pennsylvania and the Experience of David Evans,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 114#2 (1990), pp 201–228
Tyler, Robert Llewellyn. “Occupational Mobility and Social Status: The Welsh Experience in Sharon, Pennsylvania, 1880–1930.” Pennsylvania History 83.1 (2016): 1-27
Walley, Cherilyn A. The Welsh in Iowa (University of Wales Press, 2009).