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Nineteenth-Century Scottish Demography From Linked Censuses and Civil Registers: A 'Sets of Related Individuals' Approach
Changing Family Size in England and Wales by Eilidh Garrett
Changing Family Size in England and Wales: Changing Family Size in England and Wales
Changing Family Size in England and Wales: Place, Class and Demography, 1891-1911
Preface and Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. Locations for study 3. Studying locations 4. Infant and child mortality from the 1911 census 5. Fertility and fertility behaviour 1891-1911 6. The… Expand
Infant mortality: A social problem?
The Shadow of the Mills: Working Class Families in Pittsburgh, 1870-1907
- E. Garrett
- 1 March 1991
Automatic Methods for Coding Historical Occupation Descriptions to Standard
Gender specific mortality trends over the epidemiological transition: a view from the British mainland 1850-2000
Medical provision and urban-rural differences in maternal mortality in late nineteenth century Scotland
This paper examines the effect of variable reporting and coding practices on the measurement of maternal mortality in urban and rural Scotland, 1861–1901, using recorded causes of death and women who… Expand
Residential Mobility and Child Mortality in Early Twentieth Century Belfast
The 1911 censuses of the British Isles included questions directed at currently married women, relating to the number of children they had borne in that marriage, the number of those children who… Expand