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Welsh immigrants arrived in Nebraska in the mid-nineteenth century, among the many settlers and homesteaders who sought a new life on the Great Plains. Like other immigrants, they brought their own, Celtic language, deeply-rooted faith and cultural traditions. Pobl y Paith/People of the Prairie tells the story of Nebraska's Welsh settlers through historical photographs and interviews with their descendants who keep the memory of their ancestors, and America's Welsh heritage, alive today. Also available on Blu-Ray & DVD for museums, libraries and Welsh-American cultural events and societies. http://www.welshheritageproject.org/

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