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Image for Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume II (Two) - Population - Cross-Classification of Characteristics

Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume II (Two) - Population - Cross-Classification of Characteristics

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

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 717A1814

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Contents include: (a) Age and sex, and (b) origin and sex, cross-classified with other population subjects. Characteristics of the immigrant population; results of the census of the blind and deaf. 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 ... View more info

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Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume III (Three) - Housing and Families

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

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 717A1815

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Contents include: Housing data covering such characteristics as type of dwelling, number of rooms, tenure, rent, household facilities. Data on size and composition of family and characteristics of family heads. 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 ... View more info

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Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume IV (Four) - Labour Force - Occupations and Industries

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

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 717A1816

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Contents include: Industry and occupation characteristics of the labour force as well as characteristics of age, birthplace, class of worker, immigration, marital status, origin, and years of schooling. 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 ar... View more info

Image for Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume VI (Six), Complete in Two Parts -  Canada, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia

Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume VI (Six), Complete in Two Parts - Canada, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia

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

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 717A1818

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Contents include: Number, area, value, tenure and size of occupied farms, live stock and machinery. 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. 11.25" x 9" x 3&... View more info

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Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume VII (Seven) - Distribution, Retail Trade

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

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 717A1819

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Contents include: Retail trade establishments by geographic areas, kinds of business and type of operations, including such data as number of establishments, sales, employment, payrolls, inventories and commodities. 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... View more info

Image for Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume VIII (Eight) -  Distribution, Wholesale Trade, Services

Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume VIII (Eight) - Distribution, Wholesale Trade, Services

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

Price: $249.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 717A1820

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Contents include: Wholesale trade establishments and service establishments by geographic areas, kinds of business and type of operations including such data as number of establishments, sales, employment and payrolls, with inventories and commodities shown for the wholesale trade. 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 ... View more info

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Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume X (Ten) - General Review and Summary Tables

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

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 717A1821

Condition: Good


Contents include: Review of the results of the 1951 Census relating to population, Housing and Families, Labour Force, Agriculture, Distribution and Fisheries including historical and analytical tables as well as textual material. 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 provi... View more info

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Ninth Census of Canada - 1951 - Neuvieme Recensement Du Canada: Volume XI (Eleven) - Administrative Report

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

Price: $179.95

Publisher: Ottawa, Queen's Printer: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 717A1822

Condition: Good


Contents include: Organization and methods of collecting and compiling the returns of the 1951 Census with background information on history, purpose and legislation. 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... View more info