4 edition of Index of Jews resident in western Canada according to the 1870 to 1901 censuses of Canada found in the catalog.
Index of Jews resident in western Canada according to the 1870 to 1901 censuses of Canada
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Genre||Genealogy, Indexes., Census|
|Contributions||Ontario Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F1035.J5 E42 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||2007408339|
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Canada Census Questions. The Census marked the fourth regularly scheduled collection of national statistics. It officially began Ma The enumerators were to count individuals at their usual place of habitation, with the head of the household to be listed first and followed by the remaining members of the household. Bell sailed to Canada on the SS Nestorian with his parents and sister-in-law in after his brother Melville died. Bell was then The family eventually settled in Ontario. In his later life, Bell built a new estate near Baddeck, Nova Scotia, which is the residence listed in the census.
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Get this from a library. Index of Jews resident in western Canada according to the to censuses of Canada. [Glen Eker; Ontario Genealogical Society.]. Part I, Jews Resident in Greater Ontario (Except Toronto), lists the thousands of individuals of Jewish origin living in Ontario’s small villages, towns, cities and rural areas between and Part II, Jews Resident in Toronto, presents the approximately 5, individuals of Jewish origin living in Toronto between and "A detailed index and database of over 4, individuals of Jewish origin living in Western Canada between and as found within the available censuses of that period"--Page 1.
"This book provides genealogical information on four categories of individuals: (1) Jews by religion (2) Jews by ethnic origin (3) Jews by descent (4) non-Jewish. Index of Jews Resident in the Province of Quebec according to the to Censuses of Canada, by Glen Eker.
(AMICUS ) Index of Jews Resident in Western Canada according to the to Censuses of Canada, by Glen Eker. (AMICUS ) The Jews in Canada, by Bernard L. Vigod. Western Canadian Jewish views are reflected in the Winnipeg-based weekly The Jewish Post & News, as well as the Winnipeg Jewish Review.
The birth rate for Jews in Canada is much higher than that in the United States, with a TFR of according to the Census. This is due to the presence of large numbers of orthodox Jews in h Columbia: 35, This is an index to every name enumerated in the Census of Canada with the personal data transcribed, links to images of the original census pages, and links to other records for individuals including: census records from other years, birth, marriage, death, and other records.
Search: Census of Canada, - Library and Archives Canada. After the war, most of the Jewish population left for Israel, leaving only about a thousand Jews living in Bulgaria today (1, according to the census).
According to Israeli government statistics, 43, people from Bulgaria emigrated to Israel between andmaking Bulgarian Jews the fourth largest group to come from a European.
From tothe Jewish population of Canada grew from un towith Ontario and Quebec each having close to 50, Jewish residents. As before, most new immigrants settled in larger cities with established Jewish communities.
For example, byabout seventy per cent of all Jews in Ontario lived in Toronto. Censuses were taken from through and each is organized differently. Census of Canada. This database is an every name index to individuals enumerated in the Canada Census, the first census of Canada since confederation in National censuses have been taken every 10 years since and every five years since The pre census returns of Manitoba (Red River Settlement) list the heads of households and some other information such as, age, religion, country of birth, married or widowed, number of sons and daughters, and agricultural data (for example, the number of livestock, the number of buildings, and the number of acres under cultivation).
Almost all of these censuses were taken by the. The Canadian Census Collection represents the first time ever that the /2, and censuses will be fully searchable online and fully indexed in one place.
Now people across Canada and around the world can research their. Census Ed53g German Minority Census of An Introduction and Register. () Ek23i Index of Jews Resident in Western Canada According to the to Censuses of Canada.
[microfiche] Jewish Residents in Canadian Censuses, Holocaust Research Kmles Juifs en France: preludes a la solution finale. This database is an every name index to individuals enumerated in the Canada Census, the fourth census of Canada since confederation in In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the Census (images are of reels T to T).
Jewish residents of Western Canada in the censuses of Canada [microform] Eker, Glen. 4th floor microfiche collection CSJ4 E44 Jewish residents of greater Québec Province, excluding greater Montréal and Québec City, in the censuses of Canada [microform] Eker, Glen.
4th floor microfiche collection CSQ4 E Town of Ingersoll Historical Census. Index to the,Censuses for the town of Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.
It is meant to be used in conjuction with the corresponding census microfilm, to obtain complete information. Canada Census Records on the Internet. Canada Census Records from Library and Archives Canada, ; Canada Census Records at FamilySearch.
Ontario & Nova Scotia Census Records at (requires payment) a collection of various early local censuses ; Census of Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia - Index and Images at. NearlyJews call Canada home. According to a report by the Jewish Federations of Canada (based on the country’s National Household Survey), there are aboutJews living.
The largest Jewish populations exist in Toronto, withMontreal w, Vancouver, w Jewish immigration to Canada continues: 30, Jews entered Canada from to The American Jewish Year Book ofshows a population ofmaking it the fourth largest Jewish community (after the USA, Israel and France).
Jewish Residents in Canadian Census Montreal & Quebec city Toronto Western Canada Maritime Provinces Greater Quebec Province fiche Misc Budapest Jewish Birth index. The index includes people with Jewish-sounding names. Eker, Glen.
Eker has published several volumes of indexes containing information for Jews (when identified in the census) from the – returns of all provinces in Canada. He has also produced a similar index to the, and censuses of Newfoundland.Index to the,Censuses for the town of Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.
It is meant to be used in conjuction with the corresponding census microfilm, to obtain complete information. The Jewish population of Quebec has declined in the past decade, but not as precipitously as some have feared, according to data released by Statistics Canada.
Meanwhile, in Ontario, the number of people identifying as Jewish by religion is up. The first results of the voluntary National Household Survey (NHS) released May 8 s Jews by religion in Quebec.