5 edition of Population, economy and family structure in Hertfordshire in 1851 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HC257.H44 G66 1996|
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Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in The Berkhamsted region Nigel Goose University of Hertfordshire Press, - Church records and registers. Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in Volume 2: St. Albans and Its Region Nigel Goose Paul & Company Pub Consortium, Mar 1, - History - pages.
Population, economy and family structure in Hertfordshire in Hatfield: University of Hertfordshire Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nigel Goose. Nigel Goose, Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in Volume 1: the Berkhamstead University of Hertfordshire Press, Hatfield, pp.
ISBN Author: Edward Higgs. This title is the second volume in a series based on the work of the University of Hertfordshire Centre for Regional and Local History which with the help of local historians and genealogists has computerized the records for theindividuals recorded as living in Hertfordshire in the Census.;In addition to the detailed study of the city.
Population, economy and family structure in Hertfordshire in Volume 2. The St Albans Region. by Nigel Goose. ISBN paperback £ ISBN casebound £ From the University of Hertfordshire Press or any good bookshop.
Books on Hertfordshire. Population, economy and family structure in Hertfordshire in Volume 1. The Berkhamsted Region. by Nigel Goose. Hertfordshire Publications. Covers Berkhamsted, Northchurch, Tring (including the hamlets of Wilstone and Long Marston) and the villages of Little Gaddesden, Frithsden, Wiggington, Aldbury and Puttenham.
Population, Economy and Family Stucture in Hertfordshire in by Nigel Goose. Published by the University of Hertfordshire Press. ISBN Volume 1. ISBN Volume 2. [/size] These are the first two volumes of a proposed series of 12 Volumes which aims to transcribe the complete Census for Hertfordshire.
Introduction: Family Structure and Household Composition: Background, 7 Historiography and Methodology Chapter One: Changing Household Size and Structure in Mid-Victorian 22 Hertfordshire, Chapter Two: Wider Kinship Inside the Household and Beyond in 40 Mid-Victorian Hertfordshire, The first results to be published were those of the Berkhamsted Superintendent's Registrar's District and was published in Population, economy and family structure in Hertfordshire in - Volume 1, The Berkhamsted Region, by Nigel Goose.
Goose, Population, economy and family structure in Hertfordshire in Vol. 2 St Albans and its region (Hatfield, ) D. Mills and K. Schürer, eds, Local communities in the Victorian census enumerators’ books A.
Hinde, ‘The components of population change’, Local Population Studies, No. 76 (Spring, ), pp. Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in and Its Region v.
2 by Nigel Goose and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Research is particularly lacking when the agricultural and market town communities of southern England are considered.
This study provides a comparative perspective on changing household and family structure through the digitised spreadsheets of the and CEBs for eight Hertfordshire Author: Tom Heritage. Books By Nigel Goose All Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in Volume 1: Berkhamsted (Population, Economy & Family Structure in Hertfordshire in ) Mar 1, by Nigel Goose Paperback.
$ List of publications arising directly from the Occupational Structure of Britain c– project Preliminary. Evidence from the Census Enumerators' Books', Economic History Review, early online view, A Case Study of Hertfordshire in ', History of the Family, 19 (). Second-hand books from John Townsend: Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdonshire ECONOMY AND FAMILY STRUCTURE IN HERTFORDSHIRE INVolume 1: The Berkhamsted Region, N.
Goose, Univ. Hertfordshire Press, ; including indexed census returns for Little Gaddesden, Frithsden, Great Berkhamsted, Northchurch, Wigginton. Population Growth and Economic Change in some Nottinghamshire Market towns, – ” (Local Population Studies, No 65, Autumn (). Population, economy and family structure in Hertfordshire in ,Author: Jennifer Ayto.
‘This book continues the path-breaking tradition initiated by Phyllis Deane and W. Cole [in] British Economic Growth, Trends and Structure (). I can only congratulate Cambridge University Press for maintaining it and encouraging the publication of such a landmark in British and international economic history.
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5 See N. Goose, Population, economy a nd f mily structure i Hertfordshire in Vol. Nigel Goose, Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in Volume 1: the Berkhamstead Region. The University of Hertfordshire Press, Hatfield, pp. ISBN 0 Author: Pamela Sharpe.
The book offers unprecedented insights into child labour, family life, careers and schooling. Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in [hereafter Goose. The United Kingdom Census of recorded the people residing in every household on the night of Sunday 30 Marchand was the second of the UK censuses to include details of household members.
However, this census added considerably to the fields recorded in the earlier UK Census, providing additional details of ages, relationships and origins, making the census a rich source.
POPULATION, ECONOMY AND FAMILY STRUCTURE IN HERTFORDSHIRE IN -This is the overall title of the books by Prof. Nigel Goose of the University of Hertfordshire, details of which can be found by navigating from the UH research site through research in.
For a fuller discussion see N. Goose, Population, economy and family structure in Hertfordshire invol. 2: St Albans and its region (Hatfield, ), –19, and N. Agar, 'The Author: Nigel Goose. This thesis examines a previously neglected aspect of agrarian social and economic history: the work of rural labouring women in nineteenth-century England.
The subject is approached firstly through a thorough investigation of a variety of contemporary printed sources: parliamentary papers, census figures, journal articles, books and pamphlet literature. Author of When Death Do Us Part, Immigrants in Tudor and Early Stuart England, and Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in /5(9).
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University of Hertfordshire. H The following is a list of books concerning Tring and its surrounding area. They may be read in the. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Nigel Goose books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Population, Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in and Its Region v. Nigel Goose. Economy and Family Structure in Hertfordshire in and Its Region v. Nigel Goose. 01 Mar. Separate chapters then discuss the growth and structure of the framework knitting industry in Shepshed and the social implications of this economic change; the patterns of immigration, population turnover, and generational replacement in Shepshed and Bottesford; and industrial involution and domestic organization in Changing Family Size in England and Wales Place, Class and Demography, – EILIDH GARRETT Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure ALICE REID St John’s College, Cambridge KEVIN SCHÜRER Department of History, University of Essex indexed againstEngland and Wales, – B The File Size: KB.
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The following year blight caused a total crop failure. Inthe. Another change to the family structure was the changes in the different types of family in today’s modern society. The main one I focused on was lone-parent families. This has seen to affect education in the sense of these children from the lone-parent families tending to be uneducated maternally in.
The chapter develops by exploring the effects of population change on the progress of urban society. How did migrants assimilate into urban life.
How did urbanisation affect social structures. The census showed that by the mid-nineteenth century half of the population of England and Wales lived in towns. How did people shape the urban context?. The Hertfordshire Burial Index This index holdsnames and includes all known Parish Register entries and burials for Non-Conformist Churches and Chapels.
Searches in The National Burial Index for Hertfordshire [Also available through the GENfair site]. Members’ Interests.Berkhamsted (/ ˈ b ɜːr k əm s t ɛ d / BUR-kəm-sted) is a medium sized historic market town in Hertfordshire, England, in the Bulbourne valley, 26 miles (42 km) northwest of London.
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