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Causes and Effects of Emigration from Germany (1870s–1880s)

Population Distribution by Size of Locality: German Reich, Prussian Provinces, and Federal States (1871–1910)

Population Density by Federal State and Prussian Province (1871–1910)

Occupational Breakdown of Germany’s Population (1882–1907)

Nominal Wages, Cost of Living, and Real Wages in Industry, Trade, and Transportation (1871–1913)

A Journeyman Bookbinder (c. 1870)

The Economic and Social Significance of Gas Motors (1870s)

Net Domestic Product by Economic Sector (1870–1913)

Population Growth in Major Cities (1875–1910)

Changes in the Construction Industry (c. 1880)

Railway Construction (1850–1873)

Total Production of German Industry and Crafts (1873–1894)

Urbanization of Village Life near Lübeck after 1870 (Retrospective Account, 1927)

Carl Büchsel, Protestant Pastor, Describes Rural Courtship and Marriage (1865)

Telephones and Electric Light (c. 1890)

Carl Friedrich Benz: A New Bicycle (1867)

Arno Holz, Naturalist Poet, on German Technological Progress (1885)

Werner von Siemens on the Use of New Telephone Models (October 10, 1877)

Horse-Drawn Trolleys and Carriages in Berlin (1870)

Werner von Siemens on Electric Trolleys in Berlin-Lichterfelde (May 12, 1881)

A Young Berlin Noblewoman Recalls a House Ball, Skating, and Bicycling (c. 1890)

A Young Noblewoman is Presented at Court (1882–83)

A Magdeburg Merchant Remembers a Royal Visit (1880)

Exclusivity and the Entrepreneurial Class in Remscheid (1880s)

The Rural Landlord and “His” People (c. 1883)