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In 1282, Edward I of England conquered the principality of Wales and divided the area into counties.
One of thirteen traditional counties in Wales, Cardiganshire was also a vice-county.
On the coast, trade in herrings and corn took place across the Irish Sea.
In the 19th century, many of the rural poor emigrated to the New World from Cardigan, between five and six thousand leaving the town between 17.
Cardiganshire was split into the five hundreds of Genau'r-Glyn, Ilar, Moyddyn, Penarth and Troedyraur.
Place names including ysbyty denote their association with pilgrims.
The highest point is Pumlumon at 2,467 feet (752 m), other Marilyns include Pen y Garn and Llan Ddu Fawr.
On the slopes of Pumlumon five rivers have their sources: the Severn, the Wye, the Dulas, the Llyfnant and the Rheidol, the last of which meets the Afon Mynach in a 300 feet (91 m) plunge at the Devil's Bridge chasm.
The numerous sandy beaches, together with the long-distance Ceredigion Coast Path provide excellent views of Cardigan Bay.
In the 18th and early 19th century, Ceredigion had more industry than it does today; Cardigan was the commercial centre of the county; lead, silver and zinc were mined and Cardigan was the principal port of South Wales prior to the silting of its harbour.