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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF STUDIES ON POPULATION
AND DEVELOPMENT OF SIERRA LEONE
Compiled by
Toma J. Makannah, Ph.D

 

ADEGBOLA, O.; BABATOLA, O.; ONI, J.: Sexual networking in Freetown against the background of the AIDS epidemic. Health Transition Review. 1995; 5 suppl: 81-112

ADENIJI, A.O. Organisation of Family Planning Programmes in the Western Area of Sierra Leone. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1985.

ADEOKUN, L.A. Some studies in migration as a response to economic development in Sierra Leone. M.A. thesis, 1970, University of Durham.

ADEOKUN, L.A. Creole and Yoruba households and Family size, in C. Oppong (ed.) Sex roles, population and development in West Africa. London: John Currey, 1987,91-100

ADEOKUN, L.A. Aspects of the population geography of the Western Area, Sierra Leone. Ph.D. thesis, 1973, University of Durham.

AITKEN, I.W. Determinants of low birth weight among the Mendi of Sierra Leone: Implications for medical and socio-economic strategies. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Oct 1990, 33(2): 103-9

AITKEN, I.W.; KARGBO, T.K.; and GBA-KAMARA, A.M. Planning a community-oriented midwifery service for Sierra Leone. World Health Forum. 1985; 6(2):110-4.

AMARA, J.M. Population distribution and natural resources in Sierra Leone, M.A. thesis, 1990, RIPS, University of Ghana

AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION. Eastern Clinic, Sierra Leone. Washington, D.C., Alpha, Summer 1973. 3 p.

AMIN, R. Contraceptive use and desire for more children in two rural districts of Sierra Leone. Journal of Biosocial Science, vol. 30, n°3 1998 p. 287-296

AMIN, R. Immunization coverage and child mortality in two districts of Sierra Leone. Social Science and Medicine, vol. N° 11 1996, p 1599-1604

AMIN, R.; HILL, R.B.; HORTON, S.A.T.; KAMARA, C.; CHOWDHURY, J. Immunization coverage, infant morbidity and infant mortality in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Social Science and Medicine, 35(7), Oct 1992: 851-6

AMIN, R., CHOWDHURY, J. AND R.B. HILL, Socioeconomic differentials in contraceptive use and desire for more children in Greater Freetown, Sierra Leone. International Family Planning Perspectives, March 1992, 18(1): 24-6

AMOSU, A.O. Health Laws and the Sanitary Control of Food Establishments in Freetown, Sierra Leone. BA thesis Fourah Bay College, 1986.

ANONYMOUS. Sierra Leone, International Digest of Health Legislation. 1979; 30(2) 359-60

AUBEE, A. History of family planning in Sierra Leone. Paper presented at the Conference on Reproductive Health Management in Sub-Saharan Africa, Freetown, Sierra Leone, Nov. 5-9, 1984

BAILEY, M. Factors affecting infant and child mortality in rural Sierra Leone. Journal of Tropical Paediatrics. 1988 Aug; 34(4):165-8.

BAILEY, M. Female education and fertility in rural Sierra Leone: a test of the threshold hypothesis. Tallahassee, Florida, Center for the Study of Population, Florida State University, 1985. [1], 21 p. (Working Paper 85-24). Published in Canadian Studies in Population 16(1) 1989: 87-112

BAILEY, M. Differential fertility by religious group in rural Sierra Leone. Journal of Biosocial Science, 18 (January 1986), 75-85

BAILEY, M. Female education, intermediate variables and fertility in rural Sierra Leone: a test of the threshold hypothesis, Ph.D thesis, Florida State University, 1986. Available from Ann Arbor, Michigan, University Microfilms International, 1986. viii, 107 p. (8624622).

BAILEY, M. Individual and environmental influence on infant and child mortality in rural Sierra Leone: a multivariate analysis. Journal of Population Studies (Taiwan). 1989 Jun; (12):155-85.

BAILEY, M. Determinants of fertility in a rural society: some evidence from Sierra Leone. Social Science and Medicine. 1989; 28(3):285-92.

BAILEY, M.; The Population of Sierra Leone: growth and distribution, 1963-1985, African Urban Quarterly, 8(3-4), 1993:239-51

BAILEY, M. and SEROW, W.J. Fertility differentials in rural Sierra Leone: Demographic and Socioeconomic effects. Genus, Vol. XLVII, no.3 Dec. 1991: 171-182

BAILEY, M. and R.H. WELLER. Fertility differentials in rural Sierra Leone: a path analysis. Journal of Developing Areas, 21,January 1987, 191-207

BAILEY, M.; AND WELLER, R.H. Fertility differentials in rural Sierra Leone: a path analysis. Tallahassee, Florida, Center for the Study of Population, Florida State University, 1985. 40 p. (Working Paper 85-19).

BAILEY, M; and MAKANNAH, T..J.: An evaluation of age and sex data of the population censuses of Sierra Leone: 1963-1985,Genus, vol. 52, n° 1-2, 1996, p 191-199.

BAILEY, M; and MAKANNAH, T..J.: Patterns of digit preference and avoidance in the age statistics of some recent African censuses: 1970 - 1986, Journal of Official Statistics, Vol. 9, No. 3, 1993.

BANGURA, M.W. Evaluation of the Availability, Quality and User Effectiveness of Medical Facilities in the Buya Romende Chiefdom in the Port Loko District in the Northern Province of Sierra Leone. BA thesis, Njala University College, 1984.

BANTON, M. West African city: a study of tribal life in Freetown. London: for the International African Institute by Oxford U.P., 1957. Contains results of a social survey carried out in 1953.

BANTON, M. Adaptation and integration in the social system of Temne immigrants in Freetown. Africa, 26(4), 1956, 354-368.Reprinted in: J.Middleton (ed.) Black Africa: Its Peoples and Cultures Today. Toronto: Macmillan, 1970

BANTON, M. Social alignment and identity in a West African city. In: Urbanization and migration in West Africa; edited by H.Kuper - pp.131-147. Berkeley (Calif.): University of California Press,1965. Derives some data on inter-ethnic marriage from 1951 and 1952 birth registers.

BARRIE, A.A. Source and Structure of the Labour Force of the Gambia-Mattru Oil Project. BA thesis, Njala University College, 1979.

BAYOH, A.R. Population growth and agricultural development in Sierra Leone. Research Seminar paper for Graduate Diploma in Population, 1979, University of Ghana

BEATTY, M; HARRIS, N. Côte d' Ivoire, Guinea and Sierra Leone, Arlington: Reproductive Health for Refugees Consortium, 1998- p.71-78

BENDU, E.P. An Evaluation of the Availability, Quality and User Effectiveness of Health Care Delivery in Yakemoh Krim Chiefdom, Pujehun District. BA thesis, Njala University College, 1984.

BENGAMIN, E.C. The importance, role and availability of population and employment data for national development planning in Sierra Leone. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

BENJAMIN, E.C. Some problems connected with a population projection for Sierra Leone. Quarterly Statistical Bulletin, 6, 1966, 4-5. Estimates a population growth rate for Sierra Leone and makes some tentative projections.

BENJAMIN, E.C. The Sierra Leone census 1963. The bulletin: the journal of the Sierra Leone Geographical Association, 9, 1965, 63-71.

BENJAMIN, E. AND DOW, T.E. Demographic Trends and Implications [in Sierra Leone] In: Population growth and socio-economic change in West Africa; edited by J.C. Caldwell. New York: Columbia U.P., 1975

BENYA, E.M.N. Family Planning and Social Class in Freetown. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1984.

BEOKU-BETTS, J. A. Agricultural development, household and gender differentiation in rural Sierra Leone: a study of the Eastern Integrated Agricultural Development Project Area. Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison,1990, Order no. AAC 9030778 Proquest

BHOWA, B. A Geographic Approach to the Study of Reported Cases of Diseases Which Affected People in 1977 and 1978 at Njala. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1980.

BINNS, M.; BINNS, T. Sierra Leone, Vol.148, World Bibliographical Series, Oxford: CLIO Press, 1992. Contains section on population.

BIO, F.M.A. The Prevalence of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Amongst Adults Attending the Chest Clinic at Connaught Hospital, Freetown. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1986.

BLACKER, J.C.; DOW, T.; MAKANNAH, T.J. A note on fertility and mortality in Sierra Leone. Unpublished manuscript held at the Univ. of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Population Centre.

BLAIR, J.A.S. York settlement after one and a half centuries. Sierra Leone Geographical Journal, 12, 1968, 27-44. Includes results of a 50% sample survey carried out in April 1968.

BLAIR, J.A.S. Migration of agricultural Manpower in Sierra Leone. Tijdschrift voor Economishe en Sociale Geografie, 68(4) 1977,198-210. Amsterdam, Netherlands, Earlier version, migration of agricultural manpower in Sierra Leone, presented to Institute of African Studies, University of Sierra Leone, Population Dynamics Programme Seminar on Implications of Development on Population, Freetown, 1976

BLAIR, J.A.S. Migrant Miners: Economic consequences of labour movement to the Sierra Leone mines. Ph.D. thesis, 1982 University of Glasgow, UK

BLEDSOE, C.: Marginal members: children of previous unions in Mende households in Sierra Leone. In Situating fertility anthropology and demography inquiry, edited by Susan Greenhalgh New York, Cambridge University Press,1995: 130-53

BLEDSOE, C.H.; BRANDON, A. Child fosterage and child mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa. In: Mortality and society in Sub-Saharan Africa, edited by Etienne van de Walle, et alia, Claredon Press, Oxford, England. Examines different kinds of fosterage in Sierra Leone and their morbidity and mortality consequences.

BLEDSOE, C.H.; EWBANK, D.C.; ISIUGO-ABANIHE, U.C.The effect of child fostering on feeding practices and access to health services in rural Sierra Leone. Social Science and Medicine. 1988; 27(6):627-36.

BLEDSOE,C.H.; ISIUGO-ABANIHE,U.C. Strategies of child fosterage among Mende grannies in Sierra Leone. [Unpublished] 1985. 30 p.

BODKIN, C.J. A Study of the Social, Economic and Demographic Characteristics of Gloucester. Njala University College, 1976.

BOILLOT, F.; PEETERS. M.; KOSIA, A.; DELAPORTE, E.; Prevalence of the human immunodeficiency virus among patients with tuberculosis in Sierra Leone, established from dried bloodspots on filter paper. International Journal of Tuberculosis and lung disease 1997 dec;( 6): 493-7

BOSS-COLE,J. Some aspects of the social and economic implications of population growth in Sierra Leone. Research seminar paper for graduate diploma in population studies, 1974, University of Ghana

BRIGHT, I.O. The role of the media in population and development planning in Sierra Leone. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

BYERLEE, D., J.L TOMMY and H.FATOO. Rural-urban migration in Sierra Leone: determinants and policy implications. African Rural Economy. Paper no.13,East Lansing: Michigan State University, 1976

BYERLEE, D.; TERERA, G. Factors affecting reliability in age estimation in rural West Africa: a statistical analysis. Population Studies, 1981 Nov.; 35(3):455-65

CAMPBELL, E.K.Internal migration in the Western Area of Sierra Leone: an exercise for policy formulation. African Urban Quarterly. 1986 May; 1(2):86-101.

CAMPBELL, E.K. Some aspects of migration and urbanization in the Western Area of Sierra Leone. M.A. thesis, 1976,RIPS,University of Ghana

CAMPBELL, E.K.Family size preferences among males and their implications for fertility behaviour. Ph.D thesis, 1990, University of Ghana, RIPS

CAMPBELL, E.K. An evaluation of existing estimates of existing estimates of fertility levels and differentials in Sierra Leone. Research Seminar Paper for Graduate Diploma in Population Studies,1974, University of Ghana

CAMPBELL, E.K. A note on the fertility-migration interrelationship: the case of the Western Area, Sierra Leone, Demography-India, Jan-Dec. 1989, 18(1-2): 103-14

CAMPBELL, E.K. Some aspects of migration in the western area of Sierra Leone. In: Zachariah KC, Conde J. Demographic aspects of migration in West Africa. Vol. 1. Washington D.C., World Bank, 1980 Sep. :SL41-88. (World Bank Staff Working Paper No. 414).

CAREW, M.N. The School Health Services: An Overlooked Need. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1985.

CARNEY, D. The economics of health in conditions of low population growth: the example of Sierra Leone. International social science journal, 17, 196, 277-283.

CENTRAL STATISTICS OFFICE, Report on Demographic and social monitoring survey (1992), Freetown: Central statistics office, 1993 138p

CLARKE, J.I. Sierra Leone in maps; edited by J.I. Clarke. London: University of London P., 1966. Contains many essays and maps based on 1963 census results: e.g., population by chiefdoms; density of population; excess of males and females; age-structure;town size; Freetown.

CLARKE, J.I. The population of Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone science bulletin, 1 (2), 1963, 14-16.

CLARKE, J.I. Population distribution in Sierra Leone. In: The population of tropical Africa; edited by J.C. Caldwell.London: Longmans, 1968.

CLARKE, J.I. Population and settlement in Sierra Leone, by J.I. Clarke and M.E. Harvey. In: Abstracts of papers (of the 20th International Geographical Congress, London, 1964); edited by F.E. Hamilton - pp.157-158. London: Nelson, 1964.

CLARKE, J.I. Sex ratios in Sierra Leone. The bulletin: the journal of the Sierra Leone Geographical Association, 9, 1965, 72-77.

CLINE, C.A. A Study of the Health Care Delivery Services at the Hospital: Focusing On the Period 1974-1984. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1985.

COLE, C.O.E. The administration of law in Freetown. In, Christopher Fyfe and Eldred Jones (eds.) Freetown: A Symposium. Freetown: Sierra Leone University Press, 1968

COLE, B. The role and status of women in national development planning. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

COLE, C.R.A. A study of the social, economic and demographic characteristics of Leicester Village, by B. Singh and C.R.A. Cole. Freetown: Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, 1973. (Extra Mural Department publication vol.5, no.1).

COLE, E. The Sierra Leone Planned Parenthood Association Programme. In: Sattar E, Ed. Views from three continents. Papers presented at the 1982 ICOMP International Conference on Management of Population Programmes. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, International Committee on the Management of Population Programmes, 1983 Dec. :110-20. (Management Contributions to Population Programmes Vol. 3).

COLE, B. Sierra Leone and the International Women's Decade. POPLEONE. 1985 Aug; 2(3): 3-6.

COLLIER, O.A.U.. Population growth, distribution and provision of health facilities in Sierra Leone, M.A. thesis, 1989, University of Ghana

COLLINS, G.R. Movement of population from rural to urban areas in Sierra Leone with special reference to economic aspects, and to the Colony rural areas. In: The pull exerted by urban and industrial centres in countries in course of industrialization: record of the 27th meeting (of INCIDI) held in Florence, 1952 - pp.152-171. Bruxelles: Institut International des Civilisations Differentes, 1952.

COLLINS, G.R. Economic and social survey of the rural areas of the colony of Sierra Leone, by E.M. Richardson and G.R. Collins. London: Colonial Office Research Department, 1954. Some useful information on the demography of these rural areas; Lakka, Gloucester, Rogberri and Rokell were surveyed separately.

CONRAN, O.F. and CONRAN, A. Medical survey of Tonkolili and adjacent valleys. Journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 59, 1956, 285-294.

CONTEH, J.S. Employment opportunities and their implications for educational planning in Sierra Leone. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

CROSBY, K.H. Polygamy in Mende country. Africa, 10, 1937, 249-264.

CUMMINGS, E. An Assessment of the Work of the Western Area Branch of the Planned Parenthood Association of Sierra Leone since 1970. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1982.

CUMMINGS, E.C. The development of health services in Sierra Leone. In: The demographic transition in tropical Africa: proceedings of an Expert Group Meeting, Paris, 17th-19th November 1970 - pp.253-257. Paris: Development Centre of the O.E.C.D., 1971.

CURTIN, P.D. Sources of the nineteenth century Atlantic slave trade, by P.D. Curtin and J. Vansina. Journal of African History, 5 (2), 1964, 185-208.

DAVIES, E.H. The architecture of Freetown. In, Christopher Fyfe and Eldred Jones (eds.) Freetown: A Symposium. Freetown: Sierra Leone University Press, 1968

DAVIES, A.F. Family size preference among women in the Western area of Sierra Leone, M.A.thesis, 1989, University of Ghana, RIPS

DEVIS, T.L.F. A bibliography of population studies in Sierra Leone. Africana research bulletin (Freetown), 1 (3), 1971, 38-46.

DEVIS, T.L.F.First report on a demographic sample survey in Sierra Leone. Africana Research Bulletin. 1975; 5(2):21-47.

DEVIS, T.L.F. Fertility differentials among the tribal groups of Sierra Leone. Population Studies, 27 (2), 1973, 501-514.

DEWDNEY, J.C. The distribution of employment in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone geographical journal, 11, 1967, 51-59.

DEWDNEY, J.C. Enumeration area data as a basis for geographical research: methods and results, by J.C. Dewdney and M. Harvey. 2 pts only. Sierra Leone studies, new ser., 22, 1968, 2-19; 23, 1968, 15-38. Pt.1: the Southern Province. Pt.2: The Northern Province. No more published. These two papers analyse unpublished E.A. data from the 1963 census and show how its use could be extended.

DIXON-FYLE, S.R. Social problems of Freetown. In, Christopher Fyfe and Eldred Jones (eds.) Freetown: A Symposium. Freetown: Sierra Leone University Press, 1968

DOHERTY, J. Housing and development in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Cities, 2(2), 1985: 149-64

DORJAHN, V.R. Fertility, polygamy and their inter-relations in Temne society. American anthropologist, 60 (5), 1958, 838-860.

DORJAHN, V.R. Temne fertility, rural continuity, urban change, rural-urban differences and public policy problems. In W. Penn Handwerker (ed.) Culture and Reproduction: An Anthropological Critique of Demographic Transition Theory. Boulder, Colorado/London: Wsetview Press, 1986

DOW, T.E. Family planning patterns in Sierra Leone. Studies in family planning, 2, (10), 1971, 211-222.

DOW, T.E. Population growth and primary education in Sierra Leone. In: Population growth and economic development in Africa; edited by S.H. Ominde and C.N. Ejiogu - pp.329-331. London: Heinemann in association with the Population Council, New York, 1972.

DOW, T.E. And BENJAMIN, E. Demographic Trends and Implications [in Sierra Leone]. In: Population growth and socio-economic change in West Africa; edited by J.C. Caldwell. New York: Columbia U.P., 1975.

DOW, T.E. A preliminary report on fertility and family planning in Sierra Leone. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, Boston, 1970. First results of the 1969/70 Sierra Leone demographic survey.

DOW, T.E. Fertility in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone geographical journal, 13, 1969, 3-12.

DOW, T.E.Some observations on family planning prospects in Sierra Leone. In: Cantrelle, P., ed. Population in African development. Vol. 2. Liege, Belgium, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, (1974). p. 21-32.

DOW, T.E. Sierra Leone. New York: Population Council; International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction, Columbia University, 1969. (Country profiles).

DOW, T.E., Population growth and primary education in Sierra Leone. In: Ominde, S.H. and Ejiogu, C.N., eds. Population growth and economic development in Africa. London, Heinemann, 1972. p. 329-331.

DOW, T.E. Fertility and family planning in Sierra Leone. Studies in family planning, 2, (8), 1971, 153-165. Based on preliminary results of a fertility and family planning survey, 1969-70.

DUMBUYA, M.B. The social and religious attitudes and practices of Sierra Leoneans towards family planning, by M.B. Dumbuya and B. Singh. Freetown: Fourah Bay College, 1973. Paper given at the Conference on Health of the Family Unit, held by the Planned Parenthood Association of Sierra Leone, Institute of African Studies, Fourah Bay College, 17-21 September 1973.

DUMBUYA, M.B. The sociological and population aspects of development in sub-Saharan Africa with special reference to the Sierra Leone scene. Paper presented at the Conference on Reproductive Health Management in Sub-Saharan Africa, Freetown, Sierra Leone, Nov. 5-9, 1984

DUFFIELD, A.; YOUNG, H.; JASPARS, S.; BENESCH, J: Sierra Leone RNIS Report on the Nutrition situation of Refugees and displaced populations 2000; Jul 25 (31) 23-5

DZEGEDE, S.A. Urbanization and fertility decline in West Africa: Ghana, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. 1981 Spr; 12(2):133-44.

EDWARDS, N.C; BIRKETT, N.J; SENGEH, P.A. Payment for deliveries in Sierra Leone. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 1989; 67(2): 163-9.

EDWARDS, N; LYONS, M. Community assessment: a tool for motivation and evaluation in primary health care in Sierra Leone. In, Morley, D.; Rohde, J.E.; Williams, G. (eds) Practising Health Care for All. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983: 101-13

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION CENTRE. Understanding myself: a Family Life Education Pilot Project for Schools in Sierra Leone and the Gambia. A guide book for teachers. [Freetown, Sierra Leone, Family Life Education Centre], 1984 Jul. 40 p.

FATOO, H.T. Macro-economic analysis of output, employment and migration in Sierra Leone. Ph.D. thesis, Michigan State University, 1975(?)

PESSIMA, A.S. An Evaluation Study of Mafinko Community Health Development Project Soa Chiefdom, Kono District. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1980.

FINCH,F.Family Life Education Programme - Sierra Leone: evaluation. Part two, 1982-1984, effectiveness phase. Freetown, Sierra Leone, Family Life Education centre, 1984 Nov. 15. iv, 26, [1] p.

FINDLAY,J.W. The role of the media in support of population and development activities in Sierra Leone. Presented at the UNESCO/ECA/OAU Meeting of Experts on the Role of Communication Media and Information Services in Population-Oriented Development Programs in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, January 15-10, 1977. 5 p.

FINDLAY, J.W. How media is being utilized for development purposes in Sierra Leone and communication problems facing the country. Presented at the UNESCO/ECA/OAU Meeting of Experts on the Role of Communication Media and Information Services in Population-Oriented Development Programs in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, January 15-20, 1979. 8 p.

FINNEGAN, R.H. Survey of the Limba people of northern Sierra Leone. London: H.M.S.O., 1965. (Department of Technical Cooperation. Overseas research publication no.8).

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS [FAO]. National Workshop on Introduction of population Concepts in the Curricula of Agricultural Training Institutions in Sierra Leone, Njala University College, 28-31 March 1978. Population Education in Agricultural Training Institutions. (Definition, objectives, content). Rome FAO, 1978 Feb. 6 p.

FORDE, E.R.A. Urbanism: medium for diffusion of modernisation in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone geographical journal, 15, 1971, 12-41. Paper originally presented at the Sierra Leone Symposium, University of Western Ontario, 1971. Brings together data on urban conditions from the various volumes of the 1966 to 1969 Household Surveys.

FORDE, E.R.A. AND HARVEY, M.E. Graphical analysis of migration to Freetown, Sierra Leone geographical journal, 13, 1969, 13-27. Uses unpublished place-of-birth data from 1963 census.

FORDE, E.R.A. Population growth and employment in Sierra Leone. In: Population growth and economic development in Africa; edited by S.H. Ominde and C.N. Ejiogu - pp.321-328. London: Heinemann in York, 1972.

FORDE, E.R. Why people move from the rural areas to the urban areas: some pertinent issues, PopLeone (Freetown),July 1984, 1(1):9-10

FORNAH, I. An Evaluation of the Availability, Quality and User Effectiveness of Medical Facilities in Makarie Gbanti Chiefdom in the Northern Province of Sierra Leone. BA thesis, Njala University College, 1984.

FOWLER, D.A. The informal sector in Freetown: an opportunity for self-employment. In S.V.Sethuraman (ed) The informal sector in developing countries: employment, poverty and environment. ILO: Geneva, 1981: 51-69

FYFE, C. Foundation of Freetown. In, Christopher Fyfe and Eldred Jones (eds.) Freetown: A Symposium. Freetown: Sierra Leone University Press, 1968

FYFE, CHRISTOPHER AND ELDRED JONES (eds.) Freetown: A Symposium. Freetown: Sierra Leone University Press, 1968

FYLE, C.M. History and socio-economic development in Sierra Leone: a reader. Freetown: Sierra Leone Adult Education Association, 1988. Contains chapters on Northeast Sierra Leone in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and population patterns, labour mobilization and agriculture in northeastern Sierra Leone

FYLE, C.M. (ed.) The State and the Provision of Social Services Since Independence: Sierra Leone, Dakar: CODESRIA, 1993. Contains chapters, on health, education and other service sectors.

FUTURES GROUP, Sierra Leone: The Effects of Population Factors on Social and Economic Development. Resources for the Awareness of Population Impacts on Development, May 1985, 37 pp.

GAGE, A.J.A. Child-spacing and fertility in Greater Freetown, Sierra Leone. M.A. thesis, 1986, University of Ghana

GAGE, ANASTASIA J. AND CAROLINE BLEDSOE. The effects of education and social stratification on marriage and the transition to parenthood in Freetown, Sierra Leone. In C.Bledsoe and G.Pison, eds. Nuptiality in Sub-Saharan Africa: Contemporary Anthropological and Demographic Perspectives. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994

GAMBLE, D.P. Lunsar: a mining town in Temne country. The bulletin: the journal of the Sierra Leone Geographical Association, 7/8, 1964, 13-17. Reprinted in: A selection of papers from early numbers of the Bulletin, journal of the Sierra Leone Geographical Association; edited by G.J. Williams. Freetown: Department of Geography, Fourah Bay College, 1970.

GAMBLE, D.P. Kenema: a growing town in Mende country. The bulletin: the journal of the Sierra Leone Geographical association, 7/8, 1964, 9-12. Reprinted in: A selection of papers from early numbers of the Bulletin, journal of the Sierra Leone Geographical Association; edited by G.J. Williams. Freetown: Department of Geography, Fourah Bay College, 1970.

GAMBLE, D.P. Family organization in new towns in Sierra Leone. In: Urbanization in African social change: proceedings of the inaugural seminar held in the Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 5th-7th January 1963 - pp.75-84. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Centre of African Studies, 1963.

GAMBLE, D.P. Sociological research in an urban community (Lunsar) in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone studies, new ser., 17, 1963, 254-268.

GAMBLE, D.P. Infant mortality rates in a Sierra Leone urban community (Lunsar). Journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 64, 1961, 192-199.

GAMBLE, D.P. The population of Kenema. Sierra Leone geographical journal, 11, 1967, 15-24.

GBA-KAMARA, A.M. Early childhood marriage in Sierra Leone. In: Report on a Seminar on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children in Africa, organized by the Senegal Ministry of Public Health and the NGO Working Group on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children. Dakar, Senegal, Ministry of Public Health and NGO Working Group on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children, 1984. :173-7.

GBANDEH, S.E. The Role of Women in Health Care Delivery at Njala Health Centre. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1983.

GBAWA-KOKOYA, D. Some determinants and consequences of internal migration to the western area of Kono District in Sierra Leone. Research seminar paper for the graduate diploma in population studies, 1984, University of Ghana

GEORGE, E.A.B. The development of civil registration in Sierra Leone. Research seminar paper for the graduate diploma in population studies, 1985, University of Ghana

GERVIS, G. Koidu, Sierra Leone's second city. In: Shelter in Africa; edited by P. Oliver - pp.210-216. London: Barrie and Jenkins, 1971.

GESLER, W.M; WEBB, J.L.Patterns of mortality in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 1983 Dec; 4(2):99-118.

GETAWEH, S.M. The conceptualization of family-size goals among the Mende in Sierra Leone and the Vai in Liberia. Doctoral dissertation, Boston University, Graduate School, Boston, Mass., United States, 1978. 419 p.

GIJSBERS, G.W. Migration for regional planning: implications for planning in Sierra Leone. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

GLEAVE, M.B. Population redistribution in Sierra Leone. In J.I.Clarke and L.A.Kosinski (eds), Redistribution of population in Africa. London: Heinemann,1982: 79-84

GLEAVE, M.B. Changing population distribution in Sierra Leone, 1974-85. Geography. 188 Oct; 73(321 Pt 4):351-4.

GLEAVE, M.B. Urban growth, urbanization and development in Sierra Leone, 1963-74. Malaysian Journal of Tropical Geography, vol.3, June, 1981: 7-17

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MITCHELL, P.K. Matotoka: a Sierra Leone chiefdom town. Sierra Leone studies, new ser., 17, 1963, 269-277.

MITCHELL, P.K. Matotoka: a small Temne town. The bulletin: the journal of the Sierra Leone Geographical Association, 7, 1964, 18-24.

MITCHELL, P.K. Settlement hierarchy and urban definition in Sierra Leone: an empirical essay. In: La croissance urbaine en Afrique noire et a Madagascar, Talence, 29 September - 2 October 1970 - pp.847-869. Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1972. 2t. (Colloques internationaux du C.N.R.S., no.539. Sciences humaines).

MOODY, D.S. Birth Control, Child Care and Farming Activities of Child Bearing Mothers in Old Mosongo Village. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1980.

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MUANA, J.L. The implications of migration, PopLeone (Freetown), September, 1986, 3(5):4-7

MYERS, R. Family Planning as an instrument for development policy. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

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NAVO, T. A Descriptive Analysis of the Source and structure of the Labour Force of the Catholic Mission Hospital, Serabu, 1979. BA, thesis, Njala University College, 1980.

NGEGBA-JONSIE, S.E. A Survey On The Prevalence of Infectious Diseases in Mongo Section, Gbane Chiefdom, Kono District in 1981. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1982.

NICOL, C.N. The Basis of Choice of Birth Control Methods and Its Effects on Users. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1984.

OGUNADE, E.B.F. An Evaluation of the Availability, Quality and User Effectiveness of Medical Facilities in Waterloo in the Western Area of Sierra Leone. BA thesis, Njala University College, 1984.

OKORAFOR, C.O.Labour force analysis for Sierra Leone. Research seminar paper for the graduate diploma in population studies, 1973, University of Ghana

OKOYE, C.S. Population Distribution, Urbanization and Migration in Sierra Leone. Census analysis, Vol 4, Freetown: Central Statistics Office, 1981

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OKOYE, C.S. Mortality differentials in Sierra Leone. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

OKOYE, C.S. Evaluation of the age and sex data of the 1974 population Census. Census analysis, Vol 1, Freetown: Central Statistics Office, 1980

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OLUTU-LEIGH, S.E. Integration of population concepts into the school curriculum. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

ONABAMIRO, S.D. Why our children die: the causes, and suggestions for prevention of infant mortality in West Africa. London: Methuen, 1949. Gives figures of infant mortality 1936-46, for Freetown, from the annual Colonial reports for Sierra Leone.

PANDA, A.G. Some Population Characteristics of Mokonde Village. BA dissertation, Njala University College, 1975.

PEMAGBI, B.J. Female education and fertility in Sierra Leone. M.A. thesis, 1989, University of Ghana

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PROGRAM FOR THE INTRODUCTION AND ADAPTATION OF CONTRACEPTIVE TECHNOLOGY [PIACT].A plan to assess the utility of pictorial print materials in providing method-specific information and support for contraceptive continuation. Evaluation sites: Botswana, Sierra Leone. [Unpublished] [1982]. 21 p.

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RANSON, B.H.A. A sociological study of Moyamba Town, Sierra Leone. Zaria: Ahmadu Bello University, 1968. (Institute of Administration. Research memo series). As part of this study, a 10% sample of households was taken in 1962 and results analyzed in respect of households, families and persons.

RANSON, B.H.A. Moyamba: a case study of urbanization and social change in a small African township. M.Sc. dissertation, 1968, University of Edinburgh.

RICHARDSON, E.M. Economic and social survey of the rural areas of the colony of Sierra Leone, by E.M. Richardson and G.R. Collins. London: Colonial Office Research Department, 1954. Some useful information on the demography of these rural areas; Lakka, Gloucester, Rogberri and Rokell were surveyed separately.

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RIDDELL, J.B.The spatial dynamics of modernisation in Sierra Leone: structure, diffusion and response. Evanston: Northwestern U.P., 1970. Includes some study of migration to Freetown.

RIDDELL, J.B. On structuring a migration model. Geographical analysis, 2, 1970, 403-409. Based on Freetown birth-place data, 1963.

RIDDELL, B.J. Structure, diffusion and response: the spatial dynamics of modernization in Sierra Leone. Ph.D. thesis, 1969, Pennsylvania State University

RIDDELL, J.B.; HARVEY, M.E. The urban system in the migration process: an evaluation of step-wise migration in Sierra Leone. Economic Geography. 1972 Jul; 48(3): 270-83.

ROBBIN-COKER, D.J.; JALLOH, M.A. Infant feeding and protein-calorie malnutrition in Freetown, Journal of Tropical Paediatrics and Environmental Child Health, 1975 Feb; 21 (1B): 14-5

ROGERS, A. A Survey of the Population Characteristics of Blama Massaquoi in Gallinas Peri Chiefdom, Pujehun District. BA thesis, Njala University College, 1980.

ROSE, J.B. Kwashiorkor in the south-east province of Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone studies, new ser., 6, 1956, 130-144.

ROSS, D.A. A village health project in Sierra Leone: evaluation of a new basic health care system, MSc thesis, University of Oxford, UK, 1980

ROSS, J.S. Musu's choice: an ethnography of prenatal care amongst the Kuranko of Kabala, Sierra Leone, Ph.D. thesis, Cambridge University, 1987

ROY-MACAULEY, A. Traditional Midwifery: The Role of Traditional Birth Attendants in Rural Development With Special Reference to the Bombali District. Northern Province, Sierra Leone. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1983.

SABONDO, H.B. The effect of rural-urban migration of farming communities in Sierra Leone. A case study of Kamajei Chiefdom, Moyamba District. BA thesis, Njala University College, 1988.

SAFFA, D.T. Factors that Promote and Inhabit The Acceptability of the Programmes of Planned Parenthood Association of Sierra Leone in Kono District. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1986.

SAFILIOS-ROTHSCHILD, C. The persistence of women's invisibility in agriculture: theoretical and policy lessons from Lesotho and Sierra Leone. New York, Population Council, 1982 Sep. 31 p. (Center for Policy Studies Working Paper no. 88).

SAMAI, B.A. Demographic factors and educational expansion in Sierra Leone. Papers presented to National Seminar on Population, Employment and Development Planning in Sierra Leone, Vol. 2. Organised by Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit/ILO. Freetown: Ministry of Development and Economic Planning, Central Planning Unit, 1980

SAMAI, O.; and SENGEH, P.;: Facilitating emergency obstetrics care through transportation and communication, Bo, Sierra Leone. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 1997 Nov; 59 suppl 2 s 157- 64

SAMU, J.Population research in Sierra Leone: an evaluation of some census and survey methodology and their results. Research seminar paper for the graduate diploma in population studies, 1976, University of Ghana

SAMURA, A. Under-Five Mortality in East I and West I Constituencies, Freetown, Sierra Leone. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1986.

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SARMA, R.S.S.; WALKER,F.A.S. Progress of primary education in Sierra Leone. In: Aspects of population change and development in some African and Asian countries. Cairo, Egypt, Cairo Demographic Centre, 1984. :567-85. (CDC Research Monograph Series no. 9).

SAYLOR, R.G. The economic system of Sierra Leone. Durham, N.C.: Duke U.P., 1967. Contains a short section on population and labour force.

SENESIE, J.J. The Impact of Public Health services On Mortality: A Study of Mortality Differentials Between Serabu and Banta Taninahun. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1977.

SENESIE-MUSA, B.A.N. Family Planning and Social Class in Freetown. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1983.

SESAY, S.M. AND P.K. MITCHELL. Freetown as a port. In, Christopher Fyfe and Eldred Jones (eds.) Freetown: A Symposium. Freetown: Sierra Leone University Press, 1968

SESAY, M. Slums in the Municipality of Freetown: Health Problems and Remedies. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1986.

SESAY, I.M. Urban growth in Sierra Leone: Trends and some demographic aspects, M.A. thesis, 1989, University of Ghana

SESAY, I.M. Migration and urban growth in Sierra Leone and policy options for the 1990s. Union of African Population, Spontaneous Papers of the Conference on the role of migration in African Development, Nairobi, Kenya, 24-28, February 1990. Dakar: AUPS,1991.

SESAY, K.D. The Relationship Between Parental Education And Incidence of Diarrhoeal Disease Affecting Children Under Five Years in the Njala Area. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1985.

SHEKU, B.V.A. Some aspects of fertility in the Western Area of Sierra Leone. M.A. thesis, 1976, University of Ghana

SHEREEF, M.A. Family Planning in Mokonde: A KAP Survey. BA thesis, Fourah Bay College, 1976.

SHOWERS, J.A. Dworzak Farm: A Case Study of a Slum Settlement. [Migration into the area is identified as the main cause of congestion.] BA thesis, Njala University College, 1982.

SIDDLE, D.J. Location theory and the subsistence economy: the spacing of rural settlements in Sierra Leone. Journal of tropical geography, 31, 1970, 79-90.

SIDDLE, D.J. Patterns of rural settlement in Sierra Leone. Ph.D. thesis, 1968, University of Durham.

SIDDLE, D.J. Statistical methods for the analysis of rural settlement patterns in Sierra Leone: some preliminary results. The bulletin: the journal of the Sierra Leone Geographical Association, 10, 1966, 79-85.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1889 (Population of Sierra Leone in 1989). In: Report on the Blue book of Sierra Leone for 1889; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... November 1890 - p.13. (H.M. colonial possessions, no.115. C.-6221.-4. 1890). Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 29, 163.

SIERRA LEONE - Medical and Health Services Report of the Medical and Health Services, 1959. Freetown: Govt. Print. Dept., 1964.Includes data on vital statistics.

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SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1871 (Population of Sierra Leone in 1871). In: Papers relating to Her Majesty's colonial possessions: pt 2 - 1874; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... 1874 -pp.110. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 16, 118.

SIERRA LEONE - Legislative Council Statement showing the number of new foreign immigrants who have entered Sierra Leone with intent to reside in the country since 1934. Legislative Council debates, November 18, 1936.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1855 Population and direct taxation. In: Reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1855; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... 21st March 1857 - p.245. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 8, 597.

SIERRA LEONE. CENTRAL STATISTICS OFFICE The preliminary report on the 1985 national population census of Sierra Leone. Freetown, Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone. Central Statistics Office, 1986 Aug. iv, 59, [89] p.

SIERRA LEONE - Medical Department Annual medical and sanitary report for the year ending 31st December 1925. Freetown: Medical Department, 1926. Contains the results of an investigation into infant mortality in the old Central and Southern provinces.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1974 Population census 1974: enumerator's manual. Freetown: Govt. Print. Dept., Sierra Leone, 1973.

SIERRA LEONE - Wales Commission of Inquiry into the Conduct of the Immigration Quota Committee Report of the Wales Commission of Inquiry ... from 1st January 1961 to 23rd March 1967 and Government statement thereon. Freetown: Govt. Print. Dept., 1968. J.G. Wales, Commissioner.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1974 - Pilot census, 1973 Population census of Sierra Leone 1974: note on the pilot census questionnaire and the tabulation programme. (Freetown: Census Office, 1972-73).Includes as Annex 1, the pilot census questionnaire.

SIERRA LEONE - Legislative Council Return of Syrian immigrants for the period December 1937 to April 1938. Legislative Council debates, May 10, 1938.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1888 (Population of Sierra Leone in 1888). In: Report on the Blue book of Sierra Leone for 1888 - pp.8-9. (H.M. colonial possessions, no. 75. C.-5897.-5. 1889) Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 28.

SIERRA LEONE-Central Statistics Office. 1985 Census of Population and Housing. Volume 1-Summary Results. Freetown, May 1985

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Household survey of the Western Province, November 1966 - January 1968. Freetown: Central Statistics Office, 1968. 2v. Vol. 1: Household characteristics and housing conditions. Vol. 2: Final report: household expenditure and income and economic characteristics and migration. Results of the first General Purpose Household Survey.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1892 (Population and vital statistics, Sierra Leone, 1892). In:Sierra Leone: annual report for 1892; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... January 1894 - pp.14-17. (Colonial reports - annual - no.96. C.-6857.-46. 1894). Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 34, 543-544.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1901 Census 1901 (Colony of Sierra Leone); from the Registrar General to the Hon. the Colonial Secretary. London: 1902.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1891 (Population and vital statistics, Sierra Leone, 1891; including figures from the 1891 census). In:Sierra Leone: annual report for 1891; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... January 1893 - pp.14-17. (Colonial reports - annual - no.64. C.-6857.14. 1893). Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 32, 278-281.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1963 Population census of Sierra Leone, 1963. Freetown: Central Statistics Office, 1965. 3v. Vol. 1: Number of inhabitants. Vol.2: Social characteristics. Vol. 3: Economic characteristics.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1891 Report and general statistics of the census of 1891. Freetown: 1891.

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Statistical bulletin. 1963- . Freetown: Central Statistics Office. Some numbers published under the title `Quarterly statistical bulletin'. The bulletins provide such vital data as are available.

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Planning and development of the Household Survey. Quarterly statistical bulletin, 6, 1966, 1-3.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1948 Census of the Colony and Protectorate of Sierra Leone, 1948. Freetown: Census Office, 1949.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1881 Report on the census of Sierra Leone and its dependencies taken in 1881. Freetown: 1881.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1857 Summary of census of the population of Sierra Leone for the year 1860. Return showing the increase and decrease of the population of the Colony of Sierra Leone as compared with the census of 1857.In: Reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1860, pt.2; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... 1862 - pp.24-25. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 10, 484-485.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1896 (Population and vital statistics, Sierra Leone, 1896). In: Sierra Leone : annual report for 1896; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... September 1897 - p.10. (Colonial reports - annual - no.208. C.-8650.-6. 1897). Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 36, 530.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1831 Census of population and of liberated Africans 1831. (Public Record Office. Colonial Office 267, vol. cxi)

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1911 Report and summary of the census of 1911 (Colony of Sierra Leone). London: Waterlow, 1912.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1851 Return of the population of the Colony for 1851. In: Reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1851; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... 1852 - pp.181-182. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 6, 537-538.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1826, Number and condition of the population, by classes. In: Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry into the State of the Colony of Sierra Leone: 1st part; ordered by the House of commons to be printed 7 May 1827 - pp.8-21. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: Africa: 52, 104-117. Includes some figures of the 1826 census, from the Appendix A not presented to Parliament and not printed with the Report.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1847 (Extract from and comment on the 1847 census of Sierra Leone). In: Reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1847; presented to both Houses of Parliament .. 1848 - pp.198. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General, 4, 614.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1921 Report and summary of the census of 1921 (Colony of Sierra Leone). London: Waterlow, 1922.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1850 Districts, population, and creeds; Emigration. (Results of 1850 census of Sierra Leone). In: Reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1850; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... 1851 - pp.183-191. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 6, 203-211.

SIERRA LEONE - Census 1854 (Census of Sierra Leone 1854; statement of population). In: Reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1854; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... March 1956 - pp.187-188. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 8, 209-210.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1848 (Returns for 1848 census of Sierra Leone). In: Reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1848; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... 1849 - pp.304-306. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 5, 322-324.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1846 (Comment on the 1846 census of Sierra Leone). In: Reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1846; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... July 1847 - pp.138-139. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 4, 308-309.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1822 Census for the years 1818, 1820, 1822. Pt.3: Census of Colony of Sierra Leone, exclusive of the military (European or native) and their families, taken on the 1st day of January 1822. In: Accounts relating to the duties ... population ... of the Colony of Sierra Leone; ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, 8 July 1825 - pp.19-21. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: Africa: 52, 63-65.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1829 Sierra Leone population: a return of the number of the population in Sierra Leone, by the latest returns; distinguishing the number of each class, and the liberated Africans, from the other African residents; ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 13 May 1829.Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: Africa, 52, 241-242.

SIERRA LEONE. NATIONAL POPULATION COMMISSION. SECRETARIAT. Sierra Leone--country statement. [Unpublished] 1984. 21 p.

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SIERRA LEONE - Censuses, 1833-51 (Annual censuses 1833-51, excluding Freetown in 1837, 1841) In: Blue books - exact locations unknown.

SIERRA LEONE. MINISTRY OF HEALTH. Research on the development and utilization of evaluation instruments to measure effectiveness of TBA training and the performance of TBAs after training in Sierra Leone. Freetown, Sierra Leone, Ministry of Health, [Dec. 1982]. 90 p.

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Proposal for the expansion of civil registration in Sierra Leone. (Freetown: Central Statistics Office, 1970?)

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Household survey of the Northern Province urban areas, March 1968 - December 1969. Freetown: Central statistics Office, 1969-71. 2v. Vol. 1: Household characteristics and housing conditions. Vol. 2: Final report: household expenditure and income, and economic characteristics. Results of the first General Purpose Household Survey.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1974 (Household questionnaire), Republic of Sierra Leone, population census 1974. (Freetown: Census Office, 1973?).

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1860 Summary of census of the population Sierra Leone for the year 1860. Return showing the increase and decrease of the population of the Colony of Sierra Leone as compared with the census of 1857. In: reports exhibiting the past and present state of Her Majesty's colonial possessions for the year 1860, pt 2; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... 1862 - pp.24-25. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 10, 484-485.

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Annual statistical digest 1968. Freetown: Central Statistics Office, 1969.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1974 - pilot census, 1973 Population census of Sierra Leone 1974: note on the pilot census. (Freetown: Census Office, 1973).

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1931 Report of census for the year 1931. Freetown: Census Office, 1931. Includes results of a survey carried out at the time of the census by Medical Officers.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1832-33 Census of liberated Africans, etc. 1832-33. (Public Record Office Colonial Office 267, vol. cxxvii)

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1890 (Population of Sierra Leone in 1890). In:Sierra Leone: annual report for 1890; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... July 1891 - pp.10-11. (Colonial reports - annual - no.15. C.6269.14. 1891) Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 29, 446-447.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1826, In: Blue book (for 1825), p.142.

SIERRA LEONE - Census, 1881 Census of Sierra Leone and its dependencies, taken on the 3rd April 1881.In: Papers relating to Her Majesty's colonial possessions: reports for 1881, 1882, 1883; presented to both Houses of Parliament ... May 1854 - pp.170-171. Reprinted in: British Parliamentary papers. Shannon: Irish U.P. Colonies: General: 23, 178-179.

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Household survey of the Eastern Province urban areas. Freetown: Central statistics Office, 1970-71. 2v. Vol. 1: March 1968 - January 1969: Household characteristics and housing conditions. Vol.2: March 1968 - December 1969: Final report: household expenditure and income and economic characteristics. Results of the first General Purpose Household Survey.

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Household survey of the rural areas of the provinces. Freetown: Central Statistics Office, 1972. 2v. Vol. 1: February 1969 - June 1969: Household characteristics and housing conditions. Vol.2: July 1969 - January 1970: Final report: household expenditure and income, and economic characteristics.

SIERRA LEONE - Central Statistics Office Household survey of the Southern Province urban areas. Freetown: Central statistics Office, 1970-71. 2v. Vol. 1: Household characteristics and housing conditions. Vol. 1: March 1968 - December 1969: Final report: household expenditure and income and economic characteristics. Results of the first General Purpose Household Survey.

SIERRA LEONE GOVERNMENT, Report on Demographic and Social Monitoring Survey (1992). Freetown: Central Statistics Office, 1993

SIERRA LEONE HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION [SLHEA]. Sierra Leone Home Economics Association [SLHEA] - PIACT Project) No.82 - 461 - 257. [Unpublished] [1985]. [55] p.

SIERRA LEONE - Labour Department Results of a population survey taken in connection with the revision of the consumer price index for Freetown, September 1960. Freetown: Labour Department, (196-). Gives tables on sex-age distribution, household size and employment classification.

SIMPSON, D. The generation gap in two provincial Sierra Leonean towns. Pan-African journal, 2 (1), 1969, 15-25.

SIMPSON, D. A reply to Minikin and Mitchell: the Kenema and Makeni discussion. Pan-African journal, 4 (3), 1971, 266-271. A criticism of the paper by A.V. Minikin and P.K. Mitchell, `Demography and politics in Kenema and Makeni, Sierra Leone'. Pan-African journal, 4 (1), 1971, 22-34.

SINGH, B. The social and religious attitudes and practices of Sierra Leoneans towards family planning, by M.B. Dumbuya and B. Singh. Freetown: Fourah Bay College, 1973. Paper given at the Conference on Health of the Family Unit, held by the Planned Parenthood Association on Sierra Leone, Institute of African Studies, Fourah Bay College, 17-21 September 1973.

SINGH, B. Demographic aspects relating to national learning needs. Freetown: between 1967 and 1973. (Mid-review Conference on Sierra Leone Education Review, DC/A/1).

SINGH, B. Census methods in Sierra Leone and suggestions for the coming census in 1974. Freetown: Demographic Unit, Fourah Bay College, (1973?).

SINGH, B. Estimation of fertility measures for the Western Area of Sierra Leone. Freetown: Demographic Research and Training Unit, Fourah Bay College, 1973. Paper presented at the Expert Group Meeting `Population Dynamics Research in Africa', Lome, 30 July-3 August 1973; organised by the Council for the Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA). Ref. no. CONDOC-2-22.

SINGH, B. A study of the social, economic and demographic characteristics of Leicester Village, by B. Singh and C.R.A. Cole. Freetown: Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, 1973. (Extra Mural Department publication vol. 5, no.1)

SINGH, B. Estimation of fertility measures for the Western Area of Sierra Leone. In: Okediji, F.O., ed. Population dynamics research in Africa. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, Interdisciplinary Communications Program, 1974.:145-68.

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SMITH, A.H. Social and cultural factors in child mortality among the Temne of Magburaka, Sierra Leone, Ph.D. thesis University of Oregon, 1981 Order no. AAC 8126315 ProQuest

SNYDER, D.W. Economic determinants of family size in West Africa. Demography, 11 (4), 1974, 613-627. Uses data from the Western Area of Sierra Leone.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This bibliography has attempted an update of previous similar bibliographies, in particular the following two:

MADLEY, M. A bibliography of population studies for Sierra Leone. Newsletter of the Demographic Documentation Project, Centre of West African Studies, University of Birmingham, no. (1976):3-22, an expanded version of an earlier bibliography compiled by T.L.F.Devis, in the Africana Research Bulletin (Freetown), vol.1, no.3, 1971; and

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In addition, the Popline bibliographic CD-Rom series of the Centre of Communication Programs of Johns Hopkins University, USA, and the Union of African Population Studies (UAPS), Population and Development of West Africa: Annotated Bibliography , 1990-2001, (Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Senegal and Togo), Dakar: UAPS, 2003, were consulted for citations after 1979.