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AREA AND POPULATION


There were 965,911 males, and 1,035,006 females.

Conjugal condition of the domiciled population, 1891:—

Unmarried Married Widowed Divorced Not stated
Males 602,962 323,935 37,660 308 1,046
Females 627,498 325,952 80,263 426 867

Of the total population in 1891, 1,526,788 (76.3 per cent.) were domiciled in rural districts, and 474,129 (23.7 per cent.) in towns.

Of the total population in 1891, 1,940,726 were born in Norway, 38,017 in Sweden, 2,475 in Denmark, 2,661 in Finland, 1,738 in Germany, 655 in Great Britain or Ireland. In 1891 the number of Laps was 20,786, and of Fins, 9,378.

In 1891 the population was divided according to occupation as follows:—

Occupation Employers,
&c.
Clerks,
overseers.
&c.
Workmen
and
women
Dependents
of families,
&c.
Total
Administrative and
professional
Male 4,368 12,148 2,949 16,162 35,627
Female 1,684 3,972 1,830 15,769 23,255
Agriculture, &c. Male 122,143 3,231 126,217 166,774 408,365
Female 11,216 512 74,346 166,477 247,551
Fisheries Male 41,072 188 14,455 33,687 89,402
Female 297 1 748 32,053 33,099
Mines, metal works,
and other industries
Male 34,998 5,269 87,089 85,204 212,560
Female 29,731 304 20,120 84,844 134,999
Commerce Male 13,991 10,648 9,923 55,284 131,360
Female 6,199 4,798 2,942 56,745 71,926
Transport Male 3,575 11,667 26,272 (included in commerce, above)
Female 302 475 465
Domestic work Male 42 10,843 2,593 13,478
Female 305,267[1] 13,077 137,113[2] 2,585 458,042
Occupation not stated Male 170[3] 79 4,782 4,204 9,235
Female 259[3] 38 3,654 3,910 7,861
Living on private
fortune, annuitants, &c.
Male 26,612 3,951 30,563
Female 31,109 4,555 35,664
Charity, public
or private
Male 20,700 20,700
Female 24,987 24,987
Total Male 236,929 43,272 282,530 388,559 951,290
Female 386,064 23,177 241,218 386,925 1,037,384
Male and female 622,993 66,449 523,748 775,484 1,988,674
  1. Married women in their own households.
  2. Comprising servants, children, &c., living in the house.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Social condition unknown.
3 x 2