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Lippische Ziegler (International Institute of Social History)
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In the 19th century, up to 40% of all male workers left the Principality of Lippe every spring. Until the autumn they were working on brickworks in the north of Germany, in the Netherlands, in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. The seasonal migration of the Lippe Ziegler goes back to the 17th century. For more information see here.
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Feb 3, 2020
Lucassen, Jan; Lourens, Piet; Joergens, Bettina, 2020, "Folia Interpretations Lippische Ziegler", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/1RNBFT, IISH Data Collection, V1, UNF:6:rMfF7SGqonWRjYnf9AazJw== [fileUNF]
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