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movement of population to and from Cambridgeshire between1851 and 1861.

Darby, H. C.

movement of population to and from Cambridgeshire between1851 and 1861.

by Darby, H. C.

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Taken from Geographical journal, vol.101, 1943, pp. 118-125.

SeriesGeographical journal -- v.101
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19693533M

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Population to other parts of England and Wales in spite of the high rate of natural increase in the country as a whole. InWiltshire, Montgomery and Radnor showed a decline of population, but by this list also included Norfolk, Suffolk and. The census was taken on the night of 7th April.

I started to go through the census at the end of March Doing this was an idea I had after signing up to do indexing for Family Search; it is fascinating.I wanted to find out what Coates was like. The United Kingdom Census of recorded the people residing in every household on the night of 7 Apriland was the third of the UK censuses to include details of household members.

The census was taken and recorded everyone living in a household on Sunday 7 April The format of the census was identical to the previous census, despite Census acts:,(Northern.

What was the direction of the population movement that took place between and. Why did the growth rate of the free black population in the South slow after.

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