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  • Morass workers, Aberffraw, c. 1885

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Photographed by John Thomas.

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Anonymous's picture
Picture is titled “Morass Workers”. Is this the correct title for this photograph? Morass, definition – wet place. Should the title not be Maran Workers? There was a tradition along the coast of Anglesey from Aberffraw to Newborough for women to make mats, ropes etc using the Maran grass growing on the nearby sand dunes.
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Following previous post Marram grass not Maran grass.

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