By Paul O'Leary

ISBN-10: 0708321720

ISBN-13: 9780708321720

highway processions have been a defining characteristic of lifestyles within the Victorian city. They have been varied in personality and happened on a regular basis all year long in all cities. They supplied possibilities for women and men to show themselves in public, sporting banners and flags and followed by way of musical bands. a lot of the heritage of nineteenth-century Wales has been written round political demonstrations and rebel, yet this ebook examines how city groups in Victorian Wales created inclusive civic identities through the use of the streets for peaceable processions.

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