Ninth Census of Canada 1951 - Volume IX - Fisheries

By: Dominion Bureau of Statistics - Bureau Federal De La Statistique

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Topics include: Number and status of fishermen, type and size of fishing craft, inventory of fishing gear and shore equipment, landings and disposition of fish, revenues and expenditures. The 1951 census, held two years after Newfoundland became part of Canada, marked Canada's first census as a nation of ten provinces and two territories. The content of the population and household questionnaire covered name, sex, age, marital status, relationship to "head" of household, and the structural type and tenure of dwelling. This census also provided information for small areas such as counties, municipalities, cities, towns, etc. Multi-paginations. 0.7" thick. Average wear. Binding sound. Quality copy.

Title: Ninth Census of Canada 1951 - Volume IX - Fisheries

Author Name: Dominion Bureau of Statistics - Bureau Federal De La Statistique

Categories: Canadian History, Reference, Genealogy,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 717A1823

Keywords: Dominion Bureau of Statistics - Bureau Federal De La Statistique Ninth Census of Canada 1951 - Volume IX - Fisheries Number and status of fishermen, type and size of fishing craft, inventory of fishing gear and shore equipment, landings and disposition of fish, revenues and Expenditures,