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  • The changing distribution of population in County Mayo 

    Freeman, T. W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1943)
    County Mayo had, in 1936, 41.5 per cent, of its peak population of 388,887 in 1841. Nine of the twenty-six counties in Eire maintained their population to a greater degree than Mayo between 1841 and 1936. Dublin city ...
  • The changing distribution of population in Donegal, with special reference to the congested areas 

    Freeman, T. W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1941)
    The effects of movement from the area of emigration may be hidden for a time. In many parts of Ireland there is an unusually large proportion of old people in the population, probably partly supported by their sons and ...
  • The changing distribution of population in Kerry and West Cork 

    Freeman, T. W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1942)
    Many of the picturesque areas in the peninsulas known to tourists have lost forty per cent or more of their 1891 population. The loss is so striking that a very small area would remain as a Congested District if re-assessed ...
  • Emigration and rural Ireland 

    Freeman, T. W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1946)
    The decline in population in Eire during the past hundred years from 6,950,000 to 2,950,000 (1943) has been accompanied by revolutionary changes in land distribution and tenure and also by striking developments in agricultural ...
  • Migration movements and the distribution of population in Eire 

    Freeman, T. W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1939)
    The present paper deals only with the Twenty-Six Counties (forming Eire) and the exclusion of Northern Ireland makes the picture given in some ways incomplete. This limitation may not be such a serious defect, for the ...
  • Population distribution in County Sligo 

    Freeman, T. W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1944)
    County Sligo had 180,886 inhabitants in 1841 and 67,447 in 1936, a decrease of 62.6 per cent. The eleven counties with an even more marked decline include Leitrim and Roscommon, but not Mayo, which had a decrease of ...