A clear view of census data

May 15, 2014

I was pleased that Vanishing for the Vote was your Book of the Week (17 April). However, I noted the reviewer’s final point about the poor quality of the census schedule reproductions. Because others will probably also be disappointed, I have included many of the schedules, courtesy of the National Archives, on my website – www.jliddington.org.uk – where they are fully legible and in colour.

Jill Liddington
Honorary research fellow, University of Leeds

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