Census of staff in librarianship and information work in the United Kingdom 1972.
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Census of staff in librarianship and information work in the United Kingdom 1972. by Department of Education and Science

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Comprehensive reviews of the Census in the United Kingdom have been given in two previous books. The Census User’s Guide (Dale and Marsh, ) gave full details of census topics—taking, processing, and products. The Census User’s Hand-book (Openshaw, a) described methods for extracting, processing, visualizing, and. Coincident full censuses have taken place in the different jurisdictions of the United Kingdom every ten years since , with the exceptions of (during the Second World War) and Ireland in Simultaneous censuses were taken in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man: returns were archived with those of addition to providing detailed information about national . Censuses were also taken in many British colonies on the same dates as in the United Kingdom. Surviving records of these will normally be found in the country of origin, and not in The National Archives. The only exceptions to this are: Census of settlers and convicts in New South Wales and Tasmania in HO 10/ The United Kingdom is home to over thousand public libraries and academic libraries, including the British Library, one of the largest in the world with collection holdings exceeding

Census The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is responsible for planning and carrying out the census for England and Wales. The next census will take place on 21 March The census is a count of all the people in the United Kingdom on one particular day and is taken every ten years. However, collecting information about a country’s population is not a new idea. The Egyptians, for example, used census information to help them build the pyramids and to give out land following the annual flooding of the Nile. 2 April – census in the United Kingdom, the first to record economic and mental status. 24 April – murder of servant girl Jane Clouson in Eltham. 11 May – the first trial in the Tichborne case begins in the Court of Common Pleas (England). 26 May – Parliament passes the Bank Holidays Act creating four annual bank holidays (five in. Census bicentenary information: Historical information from a series of articles and area monitors. Other websites offer a variety of data from to Censuses. A vision of Britain through time: A website from the Great Britain Historical Geographic Information System (GIS) Project, based at the University of Portsmouth.

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