Personally, I have an interest in architecture built between 1800-1900, especially Georgian and Victorian examples. Due to this, much of my work has a greater focus on architecture from this time period.
I tend to publish my work in a "sufficiently complete" state and allow myself to subsequently add to and refine the article over time. This results in my work tending to be fluid and changing as I find new and better information.
All of the articles in this body of work use the same universal reference list which can be found here.
Below are the links to the articles that I've written and published related more specifically to population data.
- Part I: Visualizing Urbanizational and Architectural Trends in the Developed English Speaking World: Around the Year 1900, An Analysis Using Municipal Population (1,000+ Threshold), Railway, and Transportation Data Along with Maps.
- Part II: Visualizing Urbanizational and Architectural Trends in the Developed English Speaking World: A Cross-Sectional Study (1800-2010) Using London, England's Population in the Year 1901 as a Reference Point.
- The Population of Every Urban Centre in the World with more than 100,000 Inhabitants in the Year 1900.
- The Population of Every Municipality in the Americas with more than 5,000 Inhabitants Around the Year 1900.
- The Population of Every Municipality in Canada & Newfoundland with more than 500 Inhabitants in the Year 1901.
- An Interactive Map of the American Urban Centres that Ranked in the Top 100 Most Populated 1790-1900.
Below I list my articles that focus more specifically on architecture.