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Local Population Studies was first published in 1968, and since then it has focused on presenting cutting-edge research in local, population and social history. It is published twice a year online and in print by the Local Population Studies Society, with the support of the University of Oxford. For information about how to become a member of the LPSS, and for freely available back issues from 1968 to 2010, please visit www.localpopulationstudies.org.uk

Publisher: Local Population Studies Society

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Volume 95, Number 1, Autumn 2015
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Editorial
pp. 1-2(2)

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LPSS Autumn Conference Report, 2015

New Approaches to Old Data

pp. 4-8(5)
Authors: Boothman, Lyn; Burgess, Rowena; Cook, Mary

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Employers and the 1881 Population Census of England and Wales
pp. 29-49(21)
Authors: Bennett, Robert J.; Newton, Gill

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Marriages at Woodstock Following the 1653 Marriage Act
pp. 69-82(14)
Author: Parker, Brian

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Review of Recent Periodical Literature
pp. 83-103(21)
Authors: Healey, Jonathan; Hinde, Andrew; Oakes, Rebecca

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