Census of India, 1891 Volume 3

Census of India, 1891 Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...as many as 15,000 people in the course of the single year 1890-91. This explauation cannot be taken as explaining the whole decrease. The Chief of this State is not a popular ruler, and the faot has probably driven a good many people to neighbouring States and other placts. The scarcity of 1889 has also doubtless contributed to the decrease. The increase in all other States is certainly due to a considerable extent to more correct enumeration, but is also due to other causes, such as the general prosperity enjoyed by the country since the great famine of 1866 with the exception of the year 1889." 167. Great And Continued Immioba Tion. The marginal table records migration, its most noticeable feature being the large number of settlers from the Sambal-pur district of the Central Provinces, and from Cuttack, Balasor, Midnapur and Singhbhum. The immigrants from Sambal-pur are found principally in Boad (6,795 males and 7,024 females), in Mohar-bhanj (7,626 males and 6,910 females), and in Athmalik (2,880 males and 2,652 females). Those from Cuttack settle mostly in Moharbhanj (7,199 males and 6,533 females) and in Dhen-kanal (3,383 males and 2,295 females). Balasor sends 5,368 males and 5,370 females to Mohar-bhanj and 2,888 males and 6,697 females to Nil-giri. Immigrants from Midnapur are almost exclusively met with in Moharbhanj (7,840 males and 7,480 females). Those from Singhbhum are similarly confined to Moharbhanj (4,328 males and 4,721 females) and to Keonjhar (3,661 males and 3,762 females). Lohardaga also sends 2,421 males and 2,345 females to Moharbhanj. The largest immigration from Puri is 1,567 males and 3,385 females found in Rampur and 991 males and 1,852 females in Nayagarh. Nilgiri received 1,446 males and 1,160 females...show more

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  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 254g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236966376
  • 9781236966377