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Population, Scotland, Vol. III, Occupations, 1901

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(Pages i-viii) Title page and contents
(20 pages)Expand subtree Report
(34 pages)Expand subtree Tables appended to the report
(794 pages)Contract subtree Abstracts
(Pages 3-307)Contract subtree Occupations of the people in Scotland and in its counties in 1901, showing the occupations of the males and females aged 10 years and upwards at nine groups of ages, and distinguishing for those engaged in certain industries the number returned as "working at home"; also as ''employers", "working for employers", "working on own account", and "others"
(Pages 4-9) Grouped occupation of males and females in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 10-16) Scotland (males)
(Pages 17-22) Scotland (females)
(Pages 23-26) Shetland (males)
(Pages 27-28) Shetland (females)
(Pages 29-33) Orkney (males)
(Pages 34-35) Orkney (females)
(Pages 36-40) Caithness (males)
(Pages 41-42) Caithness (females)
(Pages 43-47) Sutherland (males)
(Pages 48-49) Sutherland (females)
(Pages 50-54) Ross and Cromarty (males)
(Pages 55-56) Ross and Cromarty (females)
(Pages 57-62) Inverness (males)
(Pages 63-65) Inverness (females)
(Pages 66-69) Nairn (males)
(Pages 70-71) Nairn (females)
(Pages 72-76) Elgin (males)
(Pages 77-79) Elgin (females)
(Pages 80-84) Banff (males)
(Pages 85-87) Banff (females)
(Pages 88-94) Aberdeen (males)
(Pages 95-99) Aberdeen (females)
(Pages 100-105) Kincardine (males)
(Pages 106-108) Kincardine (females)
(Pages 109-114) Forfar (males)
(Pages 115-119) Forfar (females)
(Pages 120-125) Perth (males)
(Pages 126-129) Perth (females)
(Pages 130-135) Fife (males)
(Pages 136-139) Fife (females)
(Pages 140-143) Kinross (males)
(Pages 144-145) Kinross (females)
(Pages 146-150) Clackmannan (males)
(Pages 151-153) Clackmannan (females)
(Pages 154-159) Stirling (males)
(Pages 160-163) Stirling (females)
(Pages 164-169) Dumbarton (males)
(Pages 170-173) Dumbarton (females)
(Pages 174-179) Argyll (males)
(Pages 180-182) Argyll (females)
(Pages 183-187) Bute (males)
(Pages 188-190) Bute (females)
(Pages 191-197) Renfrew (males)
(Pages 198-201) Renfrew (females)
(Pages 202-207) Ayr (males)
(Pages 208-211) Ayr (females)
(Pages 212-218) Lanark (males)
(Pages 219-223) Lanark (females)
(Pages 224-229) Linlithgow (males)
(Pages 230-232) Linlithgow (females)
(Pages 233-239) Edinburgh (males)
(Pages 240-244) Edinburgh (females)
(Pages 245-249) Haddington (males)
(Pages 250-252) Haddington (females)
(Pages 253-256) Berwick (males)
(Pages 257-259) Berwick (females)
(Pages 260-264) Peebles (males)
(Pages 265-267) Peebles (females)
(Pages 268-272) Selkirk (males)
(Pages 273-274) Selkirk (females)
(Pages 275-279) Roxburgh (males)
(Pages 280-282) Roxburgh (females)
(Pages 283-287) Dumfries (males)
(Pages 288-291) Dumfries (females)
(Pages 292-296) Kirkcudbright (males)
(Pages 297-299) Kirkcudbright (females)
(Pages 300-304) Wigtown (males)
(Pages 305-307) Wigtown (females)
(Pages 309-467)Expand subtree Occupations of the people in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 30000 and upwards in 1901, showing the occupations of the males and females aged 10 years and upwards at nine groups of ages, and distinguishing for those engaged in certain industries the number returned as "working at home"; also as "employers", "working for employers", "working on own account", and "others"
(Pages 469-668)Expand subtree Occupations of the people in the burghal groups (aggregate burghs) of Scotland and its counties in 1901, showing the occupations of males and females aged 10 years and upwards at seven groups of ages
(Pages 669-675) Grouped occupations (twenty-three orders) of the people in the extra-burghal groups (beyond limits of the burghs) of Scotland in 1901
(Pages 677-687) Grouped occupations (twenty-three orders) of the people in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 5000 and upwards in 1901
(Pages 689-700) Occupations of the people in Scotland 1901, arranged in alphabetical order and also in the order of numerical importance, giving the total number of persons, and of males and females engaged in each occupation; also a reference to the place of each occupation in the classified arrangement of orders and sub-orders
(Pages 701-708) Occupations of children aged 10 and under 14 years in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 709-714) Numbers of males and females in Scotland engaged in occupations of industrial class (orders ix. to xxii inclusive) returned as "working at home"; also as "employers, " "working for employers, " "working on own account, " and "others, or for whom no statement was made, " 1901
(Pages 715-739) Occupations and former occupations of blind, deaf and dumb (including dumb), lunatic, and imbecile or feeble-minded persons in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 741-752) Occupations and former occupations of pauper inmates of poorhouses and of inmates (prisoners) of prisons and police cells in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 753-759) Occupations of the inmates of licensed lodging houses in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 761-793) Occupations of foreigners present in Scotland, 1901
(Page 795) Index to volume iii
(1 errata) Errata in volumes i. and ii