Notice: Undefined index: lienPrec in /Users/administrateur/Sites/__SITES/ircs1911.cieq.ca/_includes/declarationsVariables.inc.php on line 51
Canadian population sample in 1911 - IRCS/CCRI
Credits
IRCS-CCRI
http://www.cieq.ca/
Variable Category Code Definition
PARISH_OR_TOWNSHIP [View] Refers to geographical location of an enumeration district. Records were to be kept separate for a parish, township, etc.
MUNICIPALITY [View] Refers to the geographical part of an enumeration district. In this instance, the municipality.
HABITATION Personal Description Variables [View] Refers to the house and street number (in cities, towns, and villages) or the parish or township (in rural areas) where the person usually resides.
DWELLING_NUMBER None Refers to the number of the dwelling enumerated in the enumeration subdistrict. The first dwelling enumerated was numbered "1," the second "2," and so on.
HOUSEHOLD_NUMBER None Refers to the number of the household enumerated in the enumeration subdistrict. The first household enumerated was numbered "1," the second "2," and so on.
INSTITUTION_TYPE [View] The type of institution that occupied the dwelling in which the respondent resides.
INSTITUTION_NAME [View] The name of the institution that occupied the dwelling in which the respondent resides.
TITLE None A civil, legal, religious or other title that was given as part of the respondent's name.
FIRST_NAME [View] The first name of the respondent.
LAST_NAME [View] The last name of the respondent.
PAGE_NUMBER [View] The page number recorded by the data entry operators from the Census Schedule Header.
LINE_NUMBER [View] The line number recorded by the data entry operators from the left hand column of the Census Schedule.
RELATIONSHIP [View] Refers to the relationship of each individual to the head of the household: wife, father, mother, son, daughter, grandson, daughter-in-law, uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, partner, boarder, lodger, servant, etc. The head refers to the husband, father, widow, or unmarried person of either sex. Persons in an institutions are designated as officer, inmate, patient, pupil, prisoner, etc., and in the case of the chief officer, the title is used, such as Warden, Superintendent, Principal, etc.
SEX [View] Refers to the recorded sex of a person.
MARITAL_STATUS [View] Refers to the marital status, or conjugal condition, of the person enumerated. In census statistics the terms ‘‘married’’ ‘widowed’’, or ‘‘divorced’’ refer to the ‘‘marital condition’’ of the population at the time the census was taken, so that a person who had been widowed or divorced but had remarried would be reported as ‘‘married.’’ Persons who are legally separated as to bed and board are included with the divorced.
AGE_AMOUNT [View] Numeric value given to measure the respondent's age. This value precedes the AGE_UNIT in the "Age" column.
AGE_UNIT [View] The unit of time used to measure the respondent's age (i.e. years, months, weeks, days). Next to the numeric value (AGE_AMOUNT) given in the "Age" column, a descriptive value was entered.
MONTH_OF_BIRTH [View] Refers to the month of birth of each person enumerated.
YEAR_OF_BIRTH [View] Refers to the year of birth of each person enumerated.
INDIVIDUAL_BIRTH_COUNTRY [View] Refers to the country of birth of each person enumerated. For persons born in Canada, this question refers to the province or territory where they were born.
YEAR_OF_IMMIGRATION Geographical Data Variables [View] Refers to the year of immigration to Canada for those persons born outside of Canada, and to the year of re-entry for those Canadian-born persons previously domiciled in a foreign country.
YEAR_OF_NATURALIZATION [View] Refers to the year in which persons who were formerly aliens became naturalized citizens of the British Empire.
NATIONALITY [View] Refers to the country in which the person lives, owes allegiance, or claims rights of citizenship.
RACIAL_OR_TRIBAL_ORIGIN Identity Variables [View] Refers to the racial, tribal, or ethnic origin of the person enumerated, usually traced through the father (through the mother in the case of an Aboriginal individual). The name of a country from which a person came to Canada does not necessarily give indication of that person’s origin.
LANGUAGE_SPOKEN_1 [View] The first language given as a response to the 1911 "Language commonly spoken" question.
│◄◄ first   |   ◄ previous   | 26 - 50 sur 103   |   next ►   |   last ►►│