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Imperial CitizenshipEmpire and the Question of Belonging$

Daniel Gorman

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780719075292

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719075292.001.0001

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(p.225) Appendix 3 Ratio of Asians to whites throughout the British Empire

(p.225) Appendix 3 Ratio of Asians to whites throughout the British Empire

Source:
Imperial Citizenship
Publisher:
Manchester University Press

Colony

British

Other

Total

Asian to

location

Year

Chinese

Japanese

Indians

Asians

Asians

Whites

white %

Australia

1901

29,837a

3,571

9,184

2,886

45,478

3,731,428

1.2

New

Zealand

1901

2,836

17

24

152

3,029

769,690

0.3

Natal

1904

171a

100,727

20

100,918

97,109

103.9

Cape

1904

1,346

8,866

619

10,831

579,741

1.7

Transvaal

1904

874

8,928

546

10,348

298,167

3.4

Orange

River

1904

7

458

58

523

142,679

0.4

South

Africa:

total

British

1904

2,398

118,779

1,243

122,420

1,117,696

10.9

British

Columbia

1901

14,576

4,515

b

159,566

11.9

Rest of

Canada

1901

2,467

159

b

Canada:

total

1901

17,045

4,674

b

21,717

5,349,598

0.4

Notes: – indicates no recorded Asians living in these territories, or a lack of data;

(a) includes Japanese estimate;

(b) Canadian totals do not include British Indians.

Source: P. E. Lewin, Appendix, Journal of the Royal Society of Arts LAI (24 April) 1908, p. 604; the dates given represent the closest available year for which data are available to 1901, a census year.