Reference List for Population Data and Architecture Articles

To simplify things, I use this one reference list for all of my population data articles. A reference number in any of my articles corresponds with a number below. You can view all of the related articles here.

1. Darling & son Ltd. (1801-2011). Census of the British Empire. Portsmouth, United Kingdom: University of Portsmouth. Retrieved from the Cornell University Library (full text, slow to load), Vision of Britainand Histpop. Histpop Pages (used in data): Queensland, AustraliaVictoria, AustraliaNew South Wales, AustraliaSouth AustraliaWestern AustraliaNew ZealandCanadaNewfoundlandOrange River ColonyCape of Good HopeNatal & ZululandTransvaal & SwazilandBechuanaland & Southern RhodesiaUrban Districts of England & Wales 1901County Boroughs of England & Wales 1891Sanitary Urban Districts of England & Wales 1891; Sanitary Districts of England & Wales 1881; Places in England & Wales 1871; Places in England & Wales 1861 2,000+; Cities & Boroughs of England & Wales 1841IrelandMunicipal & Police Burghs of ScotlandAdministrative counties of England & Wales population tableCivil counties of Scotland population tableBoroughs of LondonUnited Kingdom and Constituents over time
2. U.S. Bureau of the Census (1790-2010). Data sheets: Complete ListUrban Centres that have Ranked within the Top One-Hundred from 1790-1990180019002010 (p. 764); Related Wikipedia article.

3. Chrisholm, H. (1911). The Encylcopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, and General Information, 17-18. Cambridge, UK: At the University Press. Retrieved from Google Books. Pages via Wikisource: South African Colonies: Cape of Good HopeNatalOrange RiverTransvaalZululandBasutoland (Lesotho)SwazilandRhodesiaBritish Central AfricaNigeria

4. United States Office of Education, (1878). Annual Report. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. Retrieved from Google Books.

5. Cram, G. F. (1901). Cram's Standard American Railway System Atlas of the World. Chicago, Illinois: Cram, G. F. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection. Maps: AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCalifornia & NevadaColoradoConnecticutDelaware, D.C., & MarylandFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndian Territory & OklahomaIndianaIowaKansasKentucky & TennesseeLouisianaMaineMassachusetts & Rhode IslandMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNew Hampshire & VermontNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth & South CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOregonPennsylvaniaSouth DakotaTexasUtahVirginia & West VirginiaWashingtonWisconsinWyomingPuerto RicoAlberta, Assiniboia, Athabasca, & SaskatchewanAtlantic Canada (Nova Scotia Closeups: EastWest); British ColumbiaManitobaNewfoundlandNorthern OntarioOntarioQuebecNorth AmericaSouth AmericaMexicoCentral AmericaWest IndiesGreater AntillesCubaPuerto RicoJamaicaBrazil & ParaguayPeru & BoliviaColombia, Venezuela, Ecuador; & British, Dutch, & French GuyanaChile, Argentina, & UruguayEngland & WalesIrelandScotlandAustraliaWest Australia & QueenslandNew South WalesVictoriaSouth Australia & Northern TerritoryEgypt, Abyssinia, Eritrea, Egyptian Soudan, & TasmaniaNew Zealand

6. Lahmeyer, J. (2006). Population statistics. Retrieved from http://www.populstat.info/
7. Dept. of the Interior, Canada. (1906). Atlas of Canada. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection: Population tables: Municipalities 1Municipalities 2Electoral Districts 1Electoral Districts 2; Railway maps: Quebec & the MaritimesQuebec & OntarioManitoba, Saskatchewan, & AlbertaBritish Columbia & Yukon; Canal and Waterway maps: Great Lakes & Saint LawrenceAtlantic CoastPacific Coast; Population Density maps: Quebec & the MaritimesOntario & QuebecManitoba & SaskatchewanBritish Columbia & Alberta; City Maps (with Streetcar Lines): MontrealTorontoQuebec City & Saint JohnWinnipegOttawa & VancouverHalifax, Hamilton, & London; The population density maps can also be found on the Natural Resources Canada website: Maritime Provinces, Quebec, OntarioBritish Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba;
8. Dept. of the Interior, Canada. (1911). Atlas of Canada. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection. Text pages with population data: Plate OnePlate Two;
9. Rand McNally and Company. (1903). Rand McNally & Co.'s Enlarged Business Atlas and Shippers' Guide. Chicago, Illinois: Rand McNally and Company. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection.
Text pages with population data: British Columbia and the Northwest TerritoriesManitoba and New BrunswickNew BrunswickNova ScotiaPrince Edward Island and OntarioOntarioOntarioQuebecQuebecAlaska
MaineMaineMaine and New HampshireNew HampshireVermont; Rhode Island & MassachusettsMassachusettsMassachusettsConnecticutConnecticut;  New YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew Jersey; New JerseyNew JerseyNew Jersey & PennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvania;PennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaMarylandMarylandMarylandDelaware, DC, & VirginiaVirginiaVirginiaVirginiaVirginiaWest VirginiaWest VirginiaWest Virginia & North CarolinaNorth CarolinaNorth CarolinaNorth CarolinaNorth Carolina & South CarolinaSouth CarolinaSouth Carolina & GeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgiaGeorgia & FloridaFloridaFlorida & AlabamaAlabamaAlabamaAlabama & MississippiMississippiMississippi & TennesseeTennesseeTennesseeTennesseeKentuckyKentuckyKentuckyKentuckyOhioOhioOhioOhioOhioIndianaIndianaIndianaIllinoisIllinoisIllinoisIllinoisMichiganMichiganMichiganMichigan & WisconsinWisconsinWisconsinWisconsinMinnesotaMinnesotaMinnesota & IowaIowaIowaMissouri; MissouriMissouriMissouriArkansasArkansasArkansas & LouisianaLouisianaLouisianaTexasTexasTexasTexasTexas & Indian Terr.Indian Terr. & OklahomaOklahoma & KansasKansasKansasNebraskaNebraskaNorth DakotaSouth DakotaMontanaMontana & IdahoIdahoWyomingWyoming & UtahUtahColoradoColoradoNew Mexico Terr.New Mexico Terr. & Arizona Terr.Arizona Terr.CaliforniaCaliforniaCaliforniaCaliforniaNevadaNevada & OregonOregonWashingtonWashingtonAlaska & HawaiiPuerto Rico (1899); Cuba (1899); Mexico (1895); Mexico (1895); Mexico (1895); Central and South AmericaWest IndiesEurope; Europe and Asia; Asia and China; Korea and the Philippines; The Philippines and AfricaOceania;
Map pages: North AmericaSouth AmericaMexicoCentral AmericaWest IndiesBritish America; MontrealEurope;
10. Library and Archives Canada. (1851, 1901). 1901 Census. Retrieved from Automated Genealogy and OGS.
11. British Columbia: Bureau of Provincial Information. (1902). Populations of British Colombia (1901) according to electoral divisions. Retrieved from Malaspina University-College.
12. Melish, J. (1814). A New Juvenile Atlas, And Familiar Introduction To The Use Of Maps. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Palmer, G. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection. Page with county seats of England & Wales.
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14. Bartholomew, J. G. (1899-1905). J. G. Bartholomew & Son, Half relief map of UK II. London, England: ? Retrieved from National Library of Scotland: All sheets stitched (historic map overlay selection on left panel), Index of individual sheets. Also available on: Google Maps (searchable overlay).
15. Ordnance Survey Office. (1885-1900). Ordnance Survey Maps One-Inch 2nd Edition, Scotland, 1885-1900. Southampton, England: Ordnance Survey Office. Retrieved from the National Library of Scotland: All sheets stitched (historic map overlay selection on left panel), Index of individual sheets. Other versions (England & Wales only): Google Maps and the David Rumsey Collection.
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17. Ordnance Survey Office. (1896). Composite: London 753 Sheets. Southampton, England: Ordnance Survey Office. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection.


18. Biguzzi, A. (2013) World city pop. http://worldcitypop.com/

19. Library and Archives Canada. Fourth Census of Canada, 1901. Ottawa Ontario: Ottawa Census Office. Retrieved from Library and Archives Canada.

20. Downs, E. A., and Walker, G. H. and Co. (1899). Boston 1899 Bird's Eye View 17x24. Retrieved from Big Map Blog.

21. The Poole Bro's. (1898) Bird's-Eye View of the Business District of Chicago. Retrieved from Big Map Blog.

22. Currier and Ives. (c. 1885). The Great East River Suspension Bridge. Retrieved from the Big Map Blog.

23. Burk and Mcfetridge. (1886). Philadelphia in 1886. Retrieved from the Big Map Blog.

24. Colton, G. W. (1856) The United States of America. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection.

25. Abrams, L., & Brown, C. G. (2010). A history of everyday life in twentieth century Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press Ltd. Retrieved from Google Books.

26. Candler, T. (1974). Four Thousand Years of Urban Growth. St. David's University Press. 

27. Stanford, E. (1900). Stanford's library map of the world on Merctor's projection. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection

28. University of Michigan. (2006). Population growth over human history. Retrieved from globalchange.umich.edu/globalchange2/current/lectures/human_pop/human_pop.html  

29. University of Botswana History Department. (2000). Estimated world population, 1800-1950. Retrieved from: thuto.org/ubh/ub/h202/wpop1.htm

30. Appleton, D. & Co. (1891). Map of Quebec 50. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection. (shows county seats in Quebec)

31. Dominion Publishing Company. (1899). The Canadian Dominion Survey , With Distances, A New Railway, Post-Office,Township and Precinct Map Of Ontario and Quebec. Hamilton Ontario: Dominion Publishing Company. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection.

32. United States War Department Puerto Rico Census Office. (1899). Report on the census of Puerto Rico 1900. Retrieved from the University of California Libraries

33. The Times Atlas. (1900). North America. London, United Kingdom: Office of the Times. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection

34. Bélanger, C. (2000). Les Régions Métropolitaines de Recensement. Retrieved from Marianopolis College.

35. Cartier, G. (2014). City of Québec 1608-2008: 400 years of censuses. Retrieved from Statistics Canada.

36. Glasgow Centre for Population Health. Population Estimates (1801-2013). Retrieved from Understanding Glasgow.

37. GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Glasgow City through time: Population Statistics. Retrieved from A Vision of Britain through Time. Years: 1861 & 18711881 & 1891190119111921;

38. Devine, T. M. (1996). Glasgow: 1830-1912. Manchester University Press. Retrieved from Google Books.

39. McDonald, P. (2008). Ethnicity and Demography of Melbourne. School of Historical Studies Department of History, The University of Melbourne. Retrieved from http://www.emelbourne.net.au/biogs/EM00455b.htm

40. Flood, J. The Case of Sydney, Australia. Urban Resources. Retrieved from University College London.

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42. Dominion Bureau of Statistics. (1885, 1891, 1901, 1903, 1911, 1921, 1932, 1942, 1955, 1961). Canada Year Book 1957-1958. Ottawa, Ontario: Queen's Printer. Retrieved from Statistics Canada. Pages with data: 1871 & 1881 (1,000+)1881 & 1891 (1,000+)1871-1901 (5,000+) I1871-1901 (5,000+) II1871-1911 (1,000+); 1871-1921 (1,000+)1871-1931 (1,000+)1871-1941 (5,000+) / 1901-1941 (1,000+)1941-1951 (1,000+)1956-1961 (1,000+)2001 (all inc. places);

43. Werribee Mansion by Rexess retrieved 12/08/2014 from Flickr.

44. Varle, C. P. (1802). Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Varle, C. P. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection.

45. Greater London Council and Office for National Statistics. (2011). London's Population Between 1801-2001. Retrieved from the Greater London Authority.

46. Carey, H. C. (1822). A Complete Historical, Chronological, and Geographical American Atlas. Philadelphia, PA: Carey, H. C., and Lea, I. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection: Upper & Lower Canada.

47. Wikipedia Demographic Sources: LondonHistory of LondonGlasgow TimelineBirminghamLeedsSheffieldBelfastBristolEdinburghDublinHistory of DublinBradfordKingston-Upon-HullNottinghamSalfordNewcastle-Upon-TyneLeicesterList of Towns in England by DecadeNew York CityChicagoPhiladelphiaSt. LouisBostonBaltimoreClevelandBuffaloSan FranciscoCincinnatiPittsburghNew OrleansDetroitMilwaukeeWashingtonNewarkJersey CityLouisvilleQuebec CityTen Most Populated Cities in Canada by DecadeSydneyMelbourneHistory of MelbourneCity of Melbourne (proper);

48. National Statistics. (2004). Census 2001: Key Statistics for Urban Areas in England and Wales. Retrieved from the Office for National Statistics.

49. The Argus. (1931). Population of Melbourne. Retrieved from Trove.

50. Population Estimates for Melbourne, Australia, 1950-2015. Retrieved from Mongabay.

51. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey. (1885-1912). U.S. Topographical Maps. U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved from the University of Texas at Austin. Map Sheets: Detroit 1 2 3; New York City 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23; San Francisco 1 2 3 4 5; Chicago 1 2 3 4 5 6 7; Louisville 1 2 3 4; Philadelphia 1 2 3 4 5 6; Pittsburgh 1 2 3 4; Buffalo 1 2 3 4; St. Louis 1 2; New Orleans 1 2 3 4; Cincinnati 1 2 3; Cleveland 1 2 3; Milwaukee 1 2 3 4; Baltimore 1 2 3 4; Boston 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8; Herkimer-Frankfort: 1 2; Wooster, Ohio: 1; 1891 Rhode Island composite; Indexes: Massachusetts; Connecticut; Rhode Island; New Hampshire; Vermont; Maine; New York; Ohio;

52. Noriega, E. (1898). Geografía de la República Mexicana. México Bouret. Retrieved from Dirección General de Bibliotecas.

53. Oficina Central de Estadística. (1900). Sétimo Censo Jeneral de la Población de Chile. Valparaíso: Imprenta L Universo de Guillermo Helfmann. Retrieved from the Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Chile

54. International Bureau of the American Republics. (1892). Bulletin. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Retrieved from Google Books.

55. Slater, B. (2010). Civic pride ran amok with 1900 census. St. Joseph, Missouri: St. Joseph News-Press. Retrieved from Newspressnow.

56. Walker, G. H. (1891). Composite Map of Massachusetts. Boston, Massachusetts: Geo. H. Walker & Co. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection.

57. Witteman Collection. 5th Avenue: New York City, New York 1900. Retrieved from photographium

58. New South Wales Bureau of Statistic and Economics. (1902). A Statistical Account of Australia and New Zealand, 9. 544 Sydney, Australia: Gullick, W. A. Government Printer. Retrieved from the University of Michigan via Google Books.

59. Statistical and Registration Dept, and Johnston, R. M. (1903). General report on the ninth census of Tasmania. Hobart, Australia: Vail, J. Government Printer. Retrieved from Google Books.

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61. Victoria Office of the Government. (1902). Statistical Register of the Colony of Victoria. Melbourne, Australia: Brian, R. S. Government Printer. Retrieved from Princeton University via Google Books.

62. Great Britain Emigrants' Information Office. (1908). Handbook. ... London, England: Darling & son Ltd. Retrieved from the University of Michigan via Google Books.

63. New South Wales Bureau of Statistics and Economics. (1903). Results of a Census of New South Wales Taken for the Night of the 31st March, 1901, Part 6. Gullick, W. A. Government Printer. Retrieved from the University of Michigan via Google Books.

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67. Stanford, E. (1901). Stanford's London Atlas of Universal Geography. London, England: Edward Stanford Ltd. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection. Map pages: Outer LondonQueenslandNew South WalesVictoriaWestern AustraliaTasmania and FijiSouth Africa; Parliamentary Maps: Great BritainEngland & Wales (detailed composite); Scotland (detailed composite); Ireland (detailed composite);

68. Ordnance Office. (1937-1961). Ordnance Survey. Chessington, Surrey: Director General of the Ordnance Survey. Retrieved from National Library of Scotland: All sheets stitched (historic map overlay selection on left panel), Index of individual sheets.

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71. Bartholomew, J. G. (1907). Atlas of the World's Commerce. London, England: George Newnes Limited. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection: Industry map of Central & South AfricaCommercial map of Central & South Africa;

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78. Walker, G. H., Walker, O. W. (1891). Atlas of Massachusetts. Boston Massachusetts: Geo. H. Walker & Co. Retrieved from the David Rumsey Collection. Composite

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