Historical Research Using Computer Files from the 1871 Census of Ontario

  • David L. Brown
  • Bruce S. Elliott
  • Lorna R. McLean

Author Biographies

David L. Brown
David L. Brown has been an archivist at the National Archives of Canada for the past eleven years, specializing in machine-readable records. Presently he is the Manager of the Geomatics Programme in the Cartographic and Audio-visual Archives Division, specializing in electronic records used for the production of maps and architectural drawings. A geographer by training (Carleton University), he is the author of numerous studies which examine the settlement of pre- 1850 Upper Canada.
Bruce S. Elliott
Bruce S. Elliott is an assistant professor of Canadian History at Carleton University in Ottawa and a graduate of the Department of English Local History at the University of iy Leicester. He is the author of Irish Migrants in the Canadas and The Ct Beyond, a study of the development of the suburban city of Nepean, Ontario.
Lorna R. McLean
Lorna R. McLean is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at the University of Ottawa. Her M.A. thesis examined the non-wage labour of working-class women in Ottawa in the late nineteenth century. Her current research focuses on the relationship between law and society in nineteenth-century Ontario.
How to Cite
Brown, David L., Bruce S. Elliott, and Lorna R. McLean. 1991. “Historical Research Using Computer Files from the 1871 Census of Ontario”. Archivaria 33 (January). https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/11807.
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