Content associated with: Census of England and Wales, 1931

Industry tables, England and Wales, 1931

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(Pages i-iii) Title page & contents
(Pages v-xiii) Preface
(742 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Pages 1-11) 1. Industries (full list). Males and females classified by industrial status (England and Wales)
(Pages 12-181)Contract subtree 2. Industries (full list). Males and females (exclusive of persons out of work). (England and Wales, regions, administrative counties, county boroughs, and other urban areas with populations exceeding 50, 000)
(Pages 12-171)Contract subtree England
(Pages 12-21) Summary of the regions; Bedford A. C
(Pages 22-31) Berkshire A. C. to Cumberland A. C
(Pages 32-41) Cumberland A. C. to Durham A. C
(Pages 42-51) Durham A. C. to Essex A. C
(Pages 52-61) Gloucester A. C. to Lancaster A. C
(Pages 62-71) Lancaster A. C
(Pages 72-81) Lancaster A. C. to London A. C
(Pages 82-91) London A. C. A. C
(Pages 92-101) London A. C. to Middlesex A. C
(Pages 102-111) Middlesex A. C. to Norfolk A. C
(Pages 112-121) Northampton A. C. to Rutland A. C
(Pages 122-131) Salop A. C. to Stafford A. C
(Pages 132-141) Stafford A. C. to Sussex, East, A. C
(Pages 142-151) Sussex, East, A. C. to Worcester A. C
(Pages 152-161) Yorkshire, East Riding, A. C. to Yorkshire, West Riding, A. C
(Pages 162-171) Yorkshire, West Riding, A. C
(Pages 162-171) Anglesey to Glamorgan
(Pages 172-181) Glamorgan to Radnor
(Pages 182-309)Contract subtree 3. Industries (condensed list). Males and females (exclusive of persons out of work). (Urban areas with populations not exceeding 50, 000 and rural districts)
(Pages 182-295)Contract subtree England
(Page 182) Bedfordshire
(Pages 183-184) Berkshire
(Pages 184-186) Buckinghamshire
(Page 186) Cambridgeshire
(Pages 186-190) Cheshire
(Pages 190-193) Cornwall
(Pages 193-195) Cumberland
(Pages 195-198) Derbyshire
(Pages 198-202) Devonshire
(Pages 202-204) Dorsetshire
(Pages 204-207) Durham
(Pages 207-208) Isle of Ely
(Pages 212-214) Gloucestershire
(Pages 214-215) Herefordshire
(Pages 215-218) Hertfordshire
(Pages 218-219) Huntingdonshire
(Pages 224-233) Lancashire
(Pages 233-235) Leicestershire
(Pages 235-238) Lincolnshire
(Pages 238-239) Middlesex
(Pages 240-242) Norfolk
(Pages 242-244) Northamptonshire
(Pages 244-247) Northumberland
(Pages 247-249) Nottinghamshire
(Pages 249-250) Oxfordshire
(Page 250) Peterborough, Soke of
(Pages 250-251) Rutlandshire
(Pages 251-253) Shropshire
(Pages 253-256) Somersetshire
(Pages 256-259) Southampton
(Pages 259-263) Staffordshire
(Pages 263-265) Suffolk
(Pages 265-268) Surrey
(Pages 268-271) Sussex
(Pages 271-273) Warwick
(Pages 273-274) Westmorland
(Page 274) Isle of Wight
(Pages 274-277) Wiltshire
(Pages 277-279) Worcestershire
(Pages 279-295) Yorkshire
(Page 295) Anglesey
(Pages 295-296) Brecknockshire
(Pages 296-298) Caernarvonshire
(Pages 298-299) Cardiganshire
(Pages 299-300) Carmarthenshire
(Pages 300-301) Denbighshire
(Pages 301-302) Flintshire
(Pages 302-304) Glamorganshire
(Page 304) Merionethshire
(Pages 305-307) Monmouthshire
(Page 307) Montgomeryshire
(Pages 307-308) Pembrokeshire
(Pages 308-309) Radnorshire
(Pages 310-458)Contract subtree 4. Industries (orders, sub-orders and a standard selection of units). Males and females, classified by industrial status (England and Wales, regions, administrative counties, county boroughs, and other urban areas with populations exceeding 50, 000)
(Page 310) Summary of England and Wales
(Pages 311-319) Summary of the regions
(Pages 320-446)Contract subtree England
(Page 320) Bedford A. C
(Page 321) Berkshire A. C
(Page 322) Buckingham A. C
(Page 323) Cambridge A. C
(Pages 324-327) Chester A. C
(Page 328) Cornwall A. C
(Pages 329-330) Cumberland A. C
(Pages 331-332) Derby A. C
(Pages 333-335) Devon A. C
(Page 336) Dorset A. C
(Pages 337-341) Durham A. C
(Page 342) Isle of Ely A. C
(Pages 343-347) Essex A. C
(Pages 348-350) Gloucester A. C
(Page 350) Hereford A. C
(Page 351) Hertford A. C
(Page 352) Huntingdon A. C
(Pages 353-354) Kent A. C
(Pages 355-366) Lancaster A. C
(Pages 367-368) Leicester A. C
(Pages 369-372) Lincolnshire
(Pages 373-388) London A. C
(Pages 389-396) Middlesex A. C
(Pages 397-398) Norfolk A. C
(Pages 399-400) Northampton A. C
(Pages 401-402) Northumberland A. C
(Pages 403-404) Nottingham A. C
(Pages 405-406) Oxford A. C
(Page 406) Peterborough, Soke of
(Page 407) Rutland A. C
(Page 407) Salop A. C
(Pages 408-409) Somerset A. C
(Pages 410-412) Southampton A. C
(Pages 413-417) Stafford A. C
(Pages 418-419) Suffolk A. C
(Pages 420-422) Surrey A. C
(Pages 423-426) Sussex A. C
(Pages 427-429) Warwick A. C
(Page 430) Westmorland A. C
(Page 430) Isle of Wight A. C
(Page 431) Wiltshire A. C
(Pages 432-434) Worcester A. C
(Pages 435-446) Yorkshire A. C
(Page 446) Anglesey A. C
(Page 447) Brecknock A. C
(Page 447) Caernarvon A. C
(Page 448) Cardigan A. C
(Page 448) Carmarthen A. C
(Page 449) Denbigh A. C
(Page 449) Flint A. C
(Pages 450-453) Glamorgan A. C
(Page 454) Merioneth A. C
(Pages 455-456) Monmouth A. C
(Page 456) MontgomeryA. C
(Page 457) Pembroke A. C
(Page 458) Radnor A. C
(Pages 460-536) 5. Selected distributive (retail) dress and personal service industries. Males and females, classified by industrial status (excluding persons out of work). (England and Wales, administrative counties, county boroughs, other urban areas with populations exceeding 20, 000 and county remainders)
(Pages 538-699)Contract subtree 6. Industries (condensed list). Males and females analysed by age groups and region of enumeration, and showing for each order their distribution by functional divisions of industry and industrial status, and for each industry group their distribution by industrial status and their numbers in important occupations (England and Wales)
(Pages 538-539) Order I. Fishing
(Pages 539-542) Order II. Agriculture
(Pages 542-550) Order III. Mining and quarrying
(Pages 550-555) Order IV. Manufacture of bricks, pottery, glass, etc
(Pages 555-565) Order V. Manufacture of chemicals, dyes, explosives, paints, oils, grease
(Pages 565-607) Order VI. Manufacture of metals, machines, implements, conveyances, jewellery, watches
(Pages 607-623) Order VII. Manufacture of textiles and textile goods (not dress); cellulose
(Pages 624-625) Order VIII. Preparation of skins and leather and manufacture of goods in leather and leather substitute (not clothing of footwear)
(Pages 625-632) Order IX. Manufacture of clothing (not knitted)
(Pages 632-640) Order X. Manufacture of food, drink, tobacco
(Pages 641-646) Order XI. Wood working; manufacture of cane and basket ware, furniture, fittings
(Pages 646-651) Order XII. Paper making; manufacture of stationary and stationary requisites; printing, bookbinding and photography
(Pages 652-654) Order XIII. Building, decorating, stone and slate cutting and dressing, and contracting
(Pages 654-662) Order XIV. Other manufacturing industries
(Pages 662-665) Order XV. Gas, water, electricity
(Pages 665-678) Order XVI. Transport and communication
(Pages 678-684) Order XVII. Commerce and finance
(Pages 684-689) Order XVIII. Public administration and defence
(Pages 689-691) Order XIX. Professions
(Pages 692-693) Order XX. Entertainments and sport
(Pages 693-698) Order XXI. Personal service (including hotels and catering, but excluding government and local authority)
(Pages 698-699) Order XXII. Other industries, or industry not stated
(Pages 700-703) 7. Industries (condensed list). Distribution of occupied population (including persons out of work) according to functional divisions of industry (England and Wales)
(Pages 704-710) 8. Industries (condensed list). Proportionate distribution (per 1, 000) of occupied population (including persons out of work) according to functional divisions of industry (England and Wales)
(Pages 711-713) A. Number (in thousands) of persons, males and females in certain industries (including those out of work) at each census, 1901-1931, and showing proportions per 10, 000 occupied so engaged, and intercensal increase or decrease per cent. (England and Wales)
(Pages 714-719) B. Industries of males and females at the censuses of 1921 and 1931, showing also the proportions engaged in each industry per 10, 000 occupied, the intercensal increase or decrease per cent., and the ratio of males per 100 females in each industry (England and Wales)
(Pages 720-724) C. Industries (condensed list) of males and females (including persons out of work) at the censuses of 1921 and 1931, showing regional distribution (England and Wales, and regions)
(Pages 725-741) D. Number (in hundreds) of males and females at eleven age groups in industry orders, sub-orders and selected units at the censuses of 1921 and 1931, showing also the distribution per 1, 000 at all ages (England and Wales)