OGS Digital Collections
Canadian Industry in 1871 (Canind71) Project: Ontario County Series #22, OXFORD COUNTY INDUSTRIES, 1871 INDEX TO MANUSCRIPT CENSUS


Description
Author:
G.T. Bloomfield, Editor
Media Type:
Text
Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
Books
Description:
This "database created from the manuscript census schedules of industrial establishments is used in this series to provide snapshots of industrial activity in Ontario just after Confederation, at a time of transition in technology, business organization and work discipline. The 36 Ontario counties varied in the amount and intensity of 'active industry', depending on how long they had been settled, how much of their population lived in cities and towns, and how well connected they were by rail or water transport." (Introduction page)
Publisher:
Department of Geography, University of Guelph
Place of Publication:
Guelph, ON
Collation:
65 pages.
Subject(s):
ID Number:
OX 204.06 (Box 3)
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date:
1991
Terms of Use:
For reference use only - non-circulating.
Reproduction Notes:
Copy to view:
Oxford County Branch Library Collection
82 Light Street, Woodstock ON
email: oxford@ogs.on.ca
http://www.ogs.on.ca/oxford/index.html
Contact
Oxford County Branch Library Collection
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

Oxford County Branch

82 Light St. Woodstock, ON

Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit




My favourites lets you save items you like, tag them and group them into collections for your own personal use. Viewing "My favourites" will open in a new tab. Login here or start a My favourites account.










Canadian Industry in 1871 (Canind71) Project: Ontario County Series #22, OXFORD COUNTY INDUSTRIES, 1871 INDEX TO MANUSCRIPT CENSUS


This "database created from the manuscript census schedules of industrial establishments is used in this series to provide snapshots of industrial activity in Ontario just after Confederation, at a time of transition in technology, business organization and work discipline. The 36 Ontario counties varied in the amount and intensity of 'active industry', depending on how long they had been settled, how much of their population lived in cities and towns, and how well connected they were by rail or water transport." (Introduction page)