{"dcterms:modified":"2024-04-08","dcterms:creator":"IISH Data Collection","@type":"ore:ResourceMap","@id":"https://datasets.iisg.amsterdam/api/datasets/export?exporter=OAI_ORE&persistentId=https://hdl.handle.net/10622/MPOWES","ore:describes":{"citation:depositor":"Melgar-Estrada, Liliana","subject":["Arts and Humanities","Social Sciences"],"dateOfDeposit":"2024-03-20","title":"Lippe brick-makers database: sample with geodata","citation:dsDescription":{"citation:dsDescriptionValue":"\n\n\n\n\nThis dataset is part of the Lippe brickmakers project.\n
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\nThis is a small sample taken from the Lippe brickmakers database (https://hdl.handle.net/10622/ZKS9BA). \n
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\nThis sample was selected with the purpose to experiment with enriching place names with geo-data and transform them to linked open data. \n
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\nThe sample was chosen using the column \"signatur\", since we assumed that there will be a coherent way to interpret the results if we would use this column, since the archival documents within that arrangement were tied to a specific year. We randomly chose the first signature: 4698 (ARCH03497.1).\n
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\nFor the entries in this part of the database, we ran a reconciliation process of the \"Wohin\" (\"where to\") column using the World Historical Gazetteer.\n
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\nThe resulting data is trustworthy since the reconciliation process was done between the data expert and the main researcher (Jan Lucassen). It resulted in 18 unique place names of which 11 matched to an existing place.\n
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\nWe can then observe, for this sample, where the Lippe brick makers went to work in the year 1802.\n
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\nMore information about the Lippische Ziegler project can be found in the Lippe brickmakers project dataverse. The linked data version can be used for exploring and querying the data in this \"data story\" via the linked data publication platform.\n
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Background about the Lippe project

\n\"In the 19th century, up to 40% of all male workers left the Principality of Lippe every spring. Until the fall, they worked in brick works in northern Germany, the Netherlands, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. The seasonal migrant work of the Lippe brick-makers dates back to the 17th century. The administration of the Principality of Lippe recorded them in detail. For the years from 1778 to 1869, the State Archives of North Rhine-Westphalia (LAV NRW), Department of East Westphalia-Lippe, in Detmold holds over 100,000 records on more than 30,000 brick-makers. Nowhere else in the world is it possible to find so much detailed information on seasonal workers with their origins and destinations for such a long and early period. They are invaluable for the history of migrations, work and family, but also for genealogists with ancestors from Lippe. Thanks to the cooperation between the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam (IISG) and the LAV NRW, this data is made available embedded in its historical context.\"\n\n

Origins and structure of the data

\nThis project \"dataverse\" contains three \"datasets\": \n
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  1. \"Lippe brick-makers project: archival pages transcriptions\": Lucassen and Lourens transcribed manually a great part of the scanned pages from the Lippe archive. This dataset contains the files with the transcriptions and a link to each digital scan.
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  3. \"Lippe brick-makers database\": Lucassen and Lourens extracted data from the archival scans corresponding to people and the places, factories they went to work to, and other details. This dataset contains the files with the extracted data.
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  5. \"Lippe brick-makers database: sample with geodata\" \nThis dataset contains the files from a sample of the database which were enriched with geodata.
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    \nMore information about the Lippische Ziegler project can be found here: \n