Making Sense of the Census Revisited: Census Records for England and Wales 1801-1901 : a Handbook for Historical Researchers
"Making Sense of the Census Revisited is a key reference work for all those approaching census studies. It includes details of the structure and geography of the census, and has comprehensive information on the houses, households, individuals and occupations that appear in the census returns."--BOOK JACKET.
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The structure of the enumerators books
The geographical structure of the returns
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1881 Census Report abstracting agricultural labourers AHDS History analysis appear Appendix Armstrong birth birthplaces born borough British Census Act census data census enumerators census night Census Office census returns census-taking cent Charles Booth civil parish classification column Colyton E. A. Wrigley East Tuddenham economic employed employment England and Wales enumeration district enumerator's book farm farmers folder given Higgs historians History household schedules inhabited houses instructions Item large numbers lodger London Maken Maker males and females municipal borough nineteenth century nominal information number of houses Number of males number of persons occupational onwards Parliamentary borough period Poor Law Population Studies problems record series references to examples registration counties registration districts relationship Royal Navy Rural sanitary district Salford sample sanitary districts Schiirer sector Senghenydd ships social Spitalfields statistical street structure sub-district superintendent registrar term total number towns trade uninhabited urban vessels Victorian Welsh women