CDSP is responsible for archiving and storing social science survey data in France, including results of national and local elections in France since 1958, EU surveys and survey data on political attitudes and regionalisation in France. Website provides free access to a catalog of recent surveys. Most information is offered in French only.(Le Centre national de la recherche scientifique)
800 manuscripts preserved in equal parts by the BnF and the British Library. The manuscripts have been selected for their historical significance in terms of relations between France and England during the Middle Ages. (Bibliothèque nationale de France and the British Library)
Search engine to thousands of books, documents, maps, manuscripts, images, sound recordings, and more from the Bibliotheque nationale de France and their partners. Alternative, English-language start page: http://gallica.bnf.fr/?lang=EN
website of the French National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies which is responsible for the production and analysis of official statistics in France. It collects and publishes information on the French economy and society, carrying out the periodic national census. Located in Paris, it is the French branch of Eurostat, European Statistical System. The INSEE was created in 1946 as a successor to the National Statistics Service (SNS) created under Vichy during World War II.
Includes the following historical statistical datasets relating to France: Les recensements de 1901 à 1921. Les mouvements de la population de 1836 à 1925. L’enseignement primaire et secondaire de 1865 à 1906. La statistique industrielle de 1861 à 1896. Les recensements de 1851 à 1921. Les mouvements de la population de 1800 à 1925. L’enseignement primaire de 1829 à 1897. Territoire et population de 1800 à 1890.
Documents, images, audio, and video recordings detailing French rail and transport history, including locomotives and trains, advertising, urban planning, and more. (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Français)
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