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Chapels and churches in Patagonia

As soon as they had settled in the Camwy Valley in 1865, the Welsh settlers began to hold formal religious services in the plain wooden storehouse which had been built in the centre of the village of Caer Antur. The Reverends Abraham Matthews and Lewis Humphreys (Congregationalist ministers) took it in turn to lead the Sunday service. 

 

Key Stage 3

History, Religious education
 
 

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It is one of a series of nine relating to Patagonia for KS3.

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