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International Historical Statistics
Call Number: JA51 .S7 (Latest edition in Reference)
Annual publication that provides political, economic and social information of every country of the world. Use older editions to locate historical statistics for various countries. Print volumes from 1938 to the present are in the Library. See HathiTrust Digital Library
for older editions.
Call Number: AY754 .W6 (Latest edition in Reference)
Well-known British reference book annually published since 1868. Consists of a wide range of information about Britain and other countries, including lists of organizations and officials, details of important events in the previous year. Use older editions to locate historical statistics for various countries. Print volumes from 1969 to the present are in the Library. See HathiTrust Digital Library
for older editions.
European Historical Statistics, 1750-1970
Call Number: Reference HA1107 .M5 1975
Chronologically arranged statistics for each nation show changes in population, climate, labor force, agriculture, industry, trade, finance, education, and communication.
European Population, 1850-1945
Call Number: Referrence HB3582 .A3 R68 2002
Data on demographic developments, population and household structures for the countries of Western and Central Europe. All major fields of demographic change are covered: fertility, mortality, marriage, and divorce. Population figures are given for each population census by sex, civil status and age. Major demographic developments within the family are described providing a commentary on the main population structures and trends in Europe since the 19th century.
Soviet Statistics Since 1950
Call Number: Reference HA1444 .P63 1991
Provides a consistent series of data for the Soviet Union over the period from 1945 to the end of the 1980s, for a number of areas including population, industry, agriculture, education and foreign trade.
Statistical Record of Women Worldwide
Call Number: Reference HQ1150 .S73 1991
Compilation of tables from U.S. and international sources on attitudes and opinions; business and economics; crime; domestic life; education; health; income and employment; the military; vital statistics; religion; sexuality; and sports.