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rustratingly, locations weren’t always recorded in any detail. Often you’ll simply find

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The Big Picture
A miner’s daughter in Wigan carries a younger child in her arms during the three-month coal strike of 1921 Britain’s coal industry was in crisis in the years following the First World War. A dramatic increase in domestic demand during the conflict h
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1861
Although street numbers had become more common by the 1860s, here the houses just have names. A “William Smith” is recorded as a visitor to the house. As a snapshot, the census can sometimes reveal friendships. Most of the people here are unmarried (
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