Historical Studies – additional Data

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Historical Studies are characterized by a high heterogeneity of the collected data. The historical sources of the studies can be both text documents (eg. Church documents), official statistics, and data of institutions (eg. the German ‘Reichsbank’).

This heterogeneity is reflected by the stored data of the historical studies. The data stock covers both detailed investigations with strongly focused space and time reference and studies which are very wide in their spatially and temporally design.

There are historical studies containing micro data (persons’ characteristics, raised from different archival ressources). On the other hand there are studies containing macro data (aggregate date, eg. election results or socio-economical characteristics related to the relevant space unit).

Our study collection currently comprises datafiles in various formats (Access- and MySQL-Databases, XLS-files, SPSS files eg.)

 

The following list is a selection of our studies:

Study-Number

Title

ZA8509

Wittgenstein Family Database. A Database on genealogical research.

ZA8511

Social composition of Germany’s social-democratic voters between 1898 and 1903.

ZA8431

Police and Lower Classes in Washington D.C., 1860 until 1866.

ZA8410

The supraregional exploitation of individual-related sources on members of armed forces of the Third Reich. (German soldiers 1939 until 1945)

ZA8350

Consumption in the German Empire. A stistical analysis of wilhelminian Germany’s private households from 1871 to 1914.

ZA8170

The age of poor and undernourished young women in Vienna at the beginning of their fertility, 1907

ZA8169

Physical Stature of Georgia Convicts, 1770 – 1860

ZA8151

Cologne´s Grain Market 1773-1797

ZA8145

Voter Movement in Wilhelminian Germany. The Reichstag Elections of 1890 to 1912

ZA8136

Height of Students of the Ecole Polytechnique, 1794 - 1887

ZA8129

Courses of Employment of Male Working Persons. A Contribution to Researching Mobility in the Federal Republic Germany 1970

ZA8128

Occupational Mobility Between the Generations in the 19th and 20th Century in Selected Cities and Municipalities of Germany

ZA8122

Social Structure and Political Socialization of Students in the Empire

ZA8117

Voter Movements to National Socialism Election and Social Data of the Municipalities of Hesse in the Second Half of the Weimar Republic

ZA8113

The Prussian Garrison Town after the War of Seven Years Duration (the so called ´Siebenjähriger Krieg´)

ZA8111

The Volksgerichtshof: Legal-Historical Classification and Legal Evaluation

ZA8104

Anthropometric data of free Americans of african filiation in Maryland, from 1800 to 1864

ZA8102

Church Registers (Parish Registers) of Wilsnak (Prignitz) between 1610 and 1730

ZA8101

Employee Work Books of the Carlswerk F&G 1877 to 1882

ZA8100

Socio-economic analysis of crime in Germany at the end of the 19th century in particular consideration of juvenile delinquency

ZA8099

Social Structure and Way of Life of German Entrepreneurs 1907 and 1927

ZA8097

Height and Weight of Students of the Citadel, the Military College of South Caroline, 1878 – 1967.

ZA8096

Social Mobility in Berlin 1650 to 1800

ZA8085

Death and Society. Obituaries as Basis of an Empirical Investigation into the Relationship of Modern People to Death

ZA8083

Height of Runaway Apprentices and Military Deserters in Colonial and Early Republican America, 1726 – 1825

ZA8066

Life-Expectancy in Germany, 1700 to 1890.

ZA8106

Baptism, Marriage and Death Records of an Upper Bavarian City 1640-1875

ZA8061

Parchments in Helmarshausen Gospels.

ZA8058

Analysis of Familial Household Structures in an East Tyrolean Municipality at the End of the 19th Century

ZA8039

On Stratification and Mobility of the Vienna Population in the First Republic

ZA8028

Statistical Investigations on Sociology and History of the Concentration Camps: The Group of Prisoners with the Pink Stripe (Homosexuals)

ZA8022

Structure Change of the Family in Austria since the 17th Century

Studies of historical research with cross-sectional or microdata (data; Documentation) provided normally via email/FTP.

Data access via the Data Catalogue.

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