Migration in the Northern Highlands, 1851-1891

The study, which was based on unpublished census data from 1851, 1871 and 1891, focused on the extent, direction and causes of the the movement of population within the counties of the Northern Highlands of Scotland - Caithness, Inverness and Ross & Cromarty - in the second half of the nineteenth century. The 1891 census recorded how many of the population spoke Gaelic or were bilingual.

Spatial Coverage: 
Scotland
Data Creator: 
Hildebrandt, R., University of Glasgow
Time Period: 

Start dates of 1851, 1871 and 1891.

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Documentation: 

Input format and variables information.

File Storage: 

Written to CD-ROM: 22.09.03.

Format: 
*.csv is a Ms Excel file.
*.pdf is a portable document format file.
 
UKDA Study Number: 
991
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