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General report, England and Wales, 1921

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(Pages 1-7) Title page & contents
(217 pages)Contract subtree Report
(Pages 1-9)Contract subtree I. Introduction
(Page 1) 1. Historical survey
(Pages 1-4)Contract subtree 2. Preparations for the census
(Page 1) (A) Legislation
(Pages 1-3) (B) Preparation of schedule and method of presenting results
(Pages 3-4) (C) Preparatory work at census office
(Pages 4-5) 3. Scheme of publication
(Pages 5-8)Contract subtree 4. Progress after census day
(Page 5) (A) Duties of local officers and issue of preliminary report
(Pages 6-7) (B) Tabulation procedure
(Pages 7-8) (C) Publication
(Pages 8-9) 5. Staff employed
(Page 9) 6. Cost of the census
(Pages 10-26, Pages 1-33)Contract subtree II. Population
(Pages 10-19)Contract subtree 1. General
(Page 10) Definition of population
(Page 11) Postponement of the census
(Page 11) Exceptions to normal classification by place of enumeration
(Pages 11-12)Contract subtree Population of England and Wales
(Page 12) Table I. Population, 1801-1921. England and Wales
(Pages 12-15)Contract subtree Intercensal movement
(Page 13) Diagram a. Population of England and Wales at each census since 1801
(Page 13) Diagram b. Amount of increase of population of England and Wales in each intercensal period since 1801
(Page 13) Diagram c. Rate of increase of population of England and Wales in each intercensal period since 1801
(Page 14) Table II. Intercensal movements, 1871-1921
(Page 14) Table III. Annual movement, 1911-20
(Pages 15-16)Contract subtree Revision of intercensal estimates of population
(Page 16) Table IV. Revised intercensal estimates of population of England and Wales, 1911-20
(Pages 16-17)Contract subtree International changes in population
(Page 17) Table V. Population and approximate decennial increase per cent. in England and Wales and in certain other countries, 1891-1921
(Page 18)Contract subtree Density of population
(Page 18) Table VI. Densities at each census, 1801-1921. England and Wales
(Pages 18-19) Divisions of the country
(Page 19)Contract subtree Geographical divisions
(Page 19) Table VII. Populations and intercensal changes in six geographical divisions of England and Wales, 1901-1921
(Pages 19-26, Pages 1-30)Contract subtree 2. Administrative areas
(Pages 19-22)Contract subtree County areas
(Page 20) Table VIII. Administrative counties (including county boroughs) arranged in order of population, 1921
(Page 20) Table IX. Administrative counties (including county boroughs) arranged in order of 1911-21 increase per cent. of population, and showing the increase per cent. of population in the intercensal periods 1911-21 and 1901-11 respectively, and the number of persons per acre at the 1921 census
(Page 22) Densities of population in counties
(Pages 23-25)Contract subtree Urban and rural divisions
(Page 23) Table X. Comparison of aggregates of urban and rural districts, 1891-1921. England and Wales
(Page 24) Table XI. Classification of urban districts by population. England and Wales
(Page 24) Table XII. Increases in aggregates of towns of various sizes, 1891-1921. England and Wales
(Pages 25-26, Pages 1-27)Contract subtree London and great towns
(Pages 25-26) Table XIII. Population, 1901-21. Towns with populations over 50, 000, arranged according to size
(Page 1) Diagram d. Growth of population, 1861-1921, in each county borough of which the population exceeded 250, 000 in 1921
(Pages 28-29)Contract subtree London administrative county and the "outer ring"
(Page 28) Table XIV. Population, 1861-1921. London and the "outer ring"
(Page 29) Civil parishes and wards of urban areas
(Pages 29-30) Poor law unions and registration areas
(Pages 30-32)Contract subtree 3. Parliamentary areas
(Pages 30-32) Parliamentary constituencies
(Pages 32-33) 4. Ecclesiastical areas
(Page 33) 5. Other areas
(Pages 34-58)Contract subtree III. Buildings, dwellings, rooms and families
(Pages 34-35) Scope of the inquiry
(Page 35) Definition of "private family"
(Page 35) Definition of "rooms"
(Pages 35-37)Contract subtree Buildings and dwellings
(Page 36) Table XV. Buildings. England and Wales, 1921
(Pages 37-39)Contract subtree Proportion of families to dwellings
(Page 37) Table XVI. Number of dwellings and private families, England and Wales, 1921 and 1911
(Page 37) Table XVII. Distribution of 10, 000 dwellings according to size of occupation, England and Wales, 1921
(Page 38) Table XVIII. Distribution of 1, 000 dwellings according to size of occupation, and average number of families per dwelling in certain administrative counties
(Pages 39-44)Contract subtree Size of family in relation to number of rooms occupied
(Page 39) Table XIX. Distribution of private families according to the number of rooms occupied, England and Wales
(Page 40) Table XX. Distribution of private families according to the number of persons in family, England and Wales
(Page 41) Table XXI. Population and proportion per cent. of population living under various conditions of room accommodation, 1921 and 1911, England and Wales
(Page 42) Table XXII. Rooms per family and rooms per person, 1911 and 1921, England and Wales
(Pages 44-45) Comparison of structurally separate dwellings and units of occupation
(Pages 45-48)Contract subtree Families and housing in urban and rural districts
(Page 45) Table XXIII. Distribution of 1, 000 private families by size of family, 1921
(Page 45) Table XXIV. Distribution of 1, 000 private families by number of rooms occupied, 1921
(Page 47) Table XXV. Density of occupation, 1921
(Pages 48-58)Contract subtree Families and housing in counties and large towns
(Pages 50-51) Table XXVI. Housing of private families, 1921, England and Wales and administrative counties
(Pages 52-55) Table XXVII. Housing of private families, 1921, large towns
(Pages 58-60)Contract subtree IV. Institutions
(Page 59) Table XXVIII. Institutional and other special types of population in England and Wales
(Page 60) Table XXIX. Institutional and other special types of population. Age distribution (inmates only)
(Pages 60-64, Pages 1-84)Contract subtree V. Sexes, ages and marital conditions
(Pages 60-63)Contract subtree 1. Sexes
(Pages 60-61)Contract subtree Sex proportions
(Page 61) Table XXX. Ratio of females to 1, 000 males, England and Wales
(Page 62)Contract subtree Local variations in sex proportions
(Page 62) Table XXXI. Proportions of females per 1, 000 males, England and Wales and counties
(Page 63)Contract subtree Sex proportions in other countries
(Page 63) Table XXXII. Countries arranged in order of 1921 sex proportions, showing also 1911 comparisons
(Pages 63-64) Tabulation
(Page 64, Pages 1-67)Contract subtree Comparison with previous censuses
(Page 1) Diagram e. Total population of England and Wales by individual years of age, 1921 and 1911
(Page 2) Diagram f. Total population of England and Wales by individual years of age, distinguishing males and females, 1921
(Page 3) Diagram g. Total population of England and Wales by quinquennial groups of ages, 1921-1881. Persons
(Page 4) Diagram h. Total population of England and Wales by quinquennial groups of ages, 1921-1881. Males
(Page 5) Diagram j. Total population of England and Wales by quinquennial groups of ages, 1921-1881. Females
(Page 65) Table XXXIII Population of England and Wales in age groups, 1921 and 1911
(Page 65) Table XXXIV. Proportionate population of England and Wales in age groups, 1921 and 1911
(Pages 67-69)Contract subtree Comparison with other countries
(Pages 67-68) Table XXXV. Number of males and females in various age groups in 1, 000 persons at all ages in several countries
(Pages 68-69) Table XXXVI. Age distribution of the population in various countries per cent. of that in England and Wales, 1921
(Pages 69-71)Contract subtree Sections of the country
(Page 71) Table XXXVII. Sex and age constitution of sections of the population, 1921, England and Wales
(Pages 72-80)Contract subtree Misstatements of age
(Pages 72-75) (1) Local errors
(Pages 76-80)Contract subtree (2) Deliberate or biased misstatements and omissions
(Page 79) Table XXXVIII. Comparison by age groups of enumerated population in 1921, with the numbers expected by survivorship from the 1911 enumerated population after allowing for the births, civilian deaths and civilian migration of the intervening period
(Pages 81-84)Contract subtree 3. Marital conditions
(Page 81) Table XXXIX. Age, sex and marital condition distribution, 1921
(Page 82) Table XL. Excess of females in the marriageable population (i. e. single and widowed, and divorced), aged 20 years and over
(Page 83) Table XLI. Marital conditions. Proportions by sexes in age groups. England and Wales (1881-1921), large aggregates and geographical divisions (1921)
(Pages 84-85)Contract subtree VI. Education
(Page 85) Table XLII. Education. Sex and age incidence, England and Wales
(Pages 85-145)Contract subtree VII. Occupations and industries
(Pages 85-86) 1. Scope of the inquiry
(Pages 86-89) 2. Revised classifications of occupations and industries
(Pages 89-93)Contract subtree 3. Proportions occupied at various ages
(Page 90) Table XLIII. Proportion of occupied males per 1, 000 in various age groups, England and Wales, the six industrial areas, and each administrative county (with associated county boroughs)
(Page 91) Table XLIII. Proportion of occupied females per 1, 000 in various age groups, England and Wales, the six industrial areas, and each administrative county (with associated county boroughs)
(Pages 93-117)Contract subtree 4. Occupations of males
(Pages 94-97) Table XLIV. Proportion of males (per 1, 000 males aged 12 years and over) engaged in the several occupational orders or sub-orders and locally important occupations, England and Wales, etc
(Page 98) Table XLV. Relative positions of the six industrial areas and of the several administrative counties in respect of the incidence among males aged 12 and over of those engaged in certain occupational orders
(Page 100) Table XLVI. Relative numerical importance of agricultural occupations. Males
(Page 107) Table XLVII. Females per cent. of total workers in the chief textile occupations
(Page 108) Table XLVIII. Workers (both sexes) in various textile occupations per cent. of total textile workers
(Pages 117-127)Contract subtree 5. Occupations of females
(Pages 118-121) Table XLIX. Proportion of females (per 1, 000 females aged 12 years and over) engaged in the several occupational orders or sub-orders and locally important occupations (England and Wales, etc)
(Pages 127-132)Contract subtree 6. Age distribution in occupations. Males
(Pages 128-129) Table L. Proportion of males (per 1, 000) in each occupation, in 12 age groups, England and Wales
(Pages 132-136)Contract subtree 7. Age distribution in occupations. Females
(Page 134) Table LI. Proportion of females (per 1, 000) in each occupation, in 12 age groups, England and Wales
(Page 135) Table LII. Proportions of males (per 1, 000) occupied at various ages, classified according to 42 occupational orders or sub-orders and important single occupations
(Page 136) Table LIII. Proportions of females (per 1, 000) occupied at various ages, classified according to the 31 occupational orders and important single occupations
(Page 137) 8. Occupations of foreigners
(Pages 137-145)Contract subtree 9. Industries
(Pages 143-145) Table LIV. Number and proportions (per 1, 000) of persons aged 10 and over engaged in certain industries, and intercensal changes, 1881-1921 (England and Wales)
(Pages 146-160)Contract subtree VIII Birthplace and nationality
(Page 146) Scope, of the inquiry
(Pages 146-147)Contract subtree Summary of birthplaces
(Page 147) Table LV. Birthplaces of persons, males and females, and proportions per 100, 000 of the total population of each sex, 1921
(Page 147) Table LVI. Birthplaces of the population, 1851-1921. Proportions per 100, 000 persons, England and Wales
(Page 148)Contract subtree Natives of Scotland and Ireland
(Page 148) Table LVII. Administrative counties (with associated county boroughs) and large towns with highest proportions of natives of Scotland
(Page 148) Table LVIII. Administrative counties (with associated county boroughs) and large towns with highest proportions of natives of Ireland
(Pages 149-150)Contract subtree Persons born in British dominions, colonies and dependencies
(Page 149) Table LIX. Persons born in British dominions, colonies and dependencies
(Page 150) Table LX. Administrative counties (with associated county boroughs) and large towns with highest proportions of colonial born
(Pages 150-160)Contract subtree Persons born in foreign countries or at sea
(Page 150) Table LXI. Persons born in foreign countries, distinguishing British subjects and foreigners, and enumerated in England and Wales at each census, 1851-1921
(Page 151)Contract subtree 1. British subjects born in foreign countries
(Page 151) Table LXII. Large towns with high proportions of British subjects born in foreign countries
(Page 151) 2. British subjects by birth
(Page 152) 3. British subjects by naturalization
(Pages 152-155)Contract subtree 4. Foreign born persons of alien and unstated nationality
(Page 153) Table LXIII Aliens by country of birth and nationality
(Page 154) Table LXIV. Birthplaces of persons of foreign nationality, 1901-1921
(Pages 155-157)Contract subtree 5. Local distribution of foreigners
(Page 155) LXV. Large towns with high proportions of foreigners (including persons born abroad whose nationality was not stated)
(Pages 156-157) Table LXVI. Local distribution of foreigners
(Pages 157-159)Contract subtree 6. Sex, age and marital condition of foreigners
(Pages 158-159) Table LXVII. Sex, age and marital condition distribution per 10, 000 persons all foreigners and certain nationalities
(Page 160) 7. Occupations of foreigners
(Page 160) 8. Persons born at sea
(Pages 160-183)Contract subtree IX. Dependency, orphanhood, and fertility
(Pages 160-171)Contract subtree 1. Dependency
(Page 162) Table LXVIII Comparison of "enumerated" and "dependent" children
(Page 164) LXIX. Discrepancy between enumerated children and dependents of married men, widowers, and widows
(Page 165) Table LXX. Distribution of families by size
(Page 167) Table LXXI. Distribution of families by age of parent
(Page 168) Table LXXII. Distribution (by ages of parents in combination) of families of married men and married. Women enumerated on the same schedule
(Page 169) Table LXXIII. Dependency by geographical regions
(Page 169) Table LXXIV. Dependency by counties. Average number of children under 16 per family
(Page 170) Table LXXV. Dependency by occupation. Married men. Average number of children under 16 years of age in family
(Pages 171-175)Contract subtree 2. Orphanhood
(Page 172) Table LXXVI. Orphanhood by age, England and Wales
(Page 172) Table LXXVII. Number of males per 1, 000 females in the several orphan categories
(Page 173) LXXVIII Orphanhood in geographical divisions
(Pages 174-175)Contract subtree Census ages of husbands and wives
(Page 175) Table LXXIX. Relation of husbands' and wives' ages
(Pages 175-183)Contract subtree 3. Fertility
(Page 177) Table LXXX. Relative fertility by age of parent
(Page 179) Table LXXXI. Relative fertility by combined ages of husband and wife
(Page 180) Table LXXXII. Relative fertility in relation to size of existing family (number of children under 15 years of age)
(Page 182) Table LXXXIII. Relative fertility by geographical regions
(Page 183) Table LXXXIV. Relative fertility by occupation married men
(Pages 183-189)Contract subtree X. Welsh language
(Page 184) Table LXXXV. Proportional numbers speaking English only, Welsh only, and both English and Welsh, 1891-1921, Wales and Monmouthshire
(Pages 185-187)Contract subtree Age distribution of the several classes
(Page 185) Table LXXXVI. English and Welsh languages. Proportion per 1, 000 aged 3 years and upwards at certain age groups returned as able to speak English only, Welsh only, and both English and Welsh, 1911 and 1921
(Page 186) LXXXVII. Population in various language and age groups compared with expected survivors from corresponding groups in 1911 at ages 10 years younger
(Pages 187-189)Contract subtree Local distribution of the several language classes
(Page 188) Table LXXXVIII. Proportion per 1, 000 persons aged 3 years and over in respect of whom language statements were returned
(Pages 190-197)Contract subtree XI Workplaces
(Page 193) Table XC. Comparison of night and day populations, London
(Pages 193-194) Table XCI. Movements relating to boroughs and urban districts within Greater London
(Pages 196-197) Table XCII. Daily movements to and from towns outside Greater London, with night populations in excess of 20, 000
(Pages 198-211)Contract subtree Appendices
(Pages 198-201) A. Inflation of the population of certain areas, 1921
(Pages 202-203) B. Householder's schedule used at the 1921 census
(Page 204) C. (A) Areas dealt with in the census reports in England and Wales
(Pages 205-209) C. (B) Table of contents of the various census volumes, 1921, for England and Wales
(Pages 210-211) D. Constitution of the six industrial areas