Orange Lodge Maps, continued

The Orange Order: A Contemporary Northern Irish History (Oxford University Press, forthcoming January 2007) – Maps & Charts

Figure 1.1. Orange Lodges (1991) and County Orange Density (1971), Northern Ireland

Fig. 1.2

Source: Census of Ireland 1891-1911; Northern Ireland Census 1926-71; Orange County Reports, 1891-1971

Figure 1.3. Evolution of Major Policy Committees, Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland

Figure 1.4. The Orange Lodge Structure

Source: Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland policy document in response to the ‘Spirit of Drumcree’, 1997

Figure 5.1

Source: Moxon-Browne, Northern Ireland Attitude Survey.[i]

Figure 5.2

Source: Moxon-Browne, Northern Ireland Attitude Survey

Figure 5.3

Source: Moxon-Browne, Northern Ireland Attitude Survey

Figure 5.4

Source: Moxon-Browne, Northern Ireland Attitude Survey

Figure 5.5. Support for Power Sharing, Protestants, by District Council, 1978

Source: Moxon-Browne, Northern Ireland Attitude Survey; Ordinance Survey of Northern Ireland (OSNI) Digital Boundaries

Figure 5-6

Source: Northern Ireland Attitude Survey[i]

Figure 5-7. The Orange Horseshoe: Catholic Population and Membership-Adjusted Orange Halls in the Nationalist Borderlands, 1991 (naming strongly Catholic wards with a significant Orange presence)

Source: GOLI Membership Returns 1991; OSNI 1984 Ward Boundaries; 1991 Northern Ireland Census

Figure 5-8. Protestant Willingness to Accept Power-Sharing, by District Council, 1992

Source: Northern Ireland General Election and Political Attitudes Survey, 1992; OSNI Digital Boundaries

Fig. 5-9. Change in Protestant Acceptance of Power-Sharing, 1978-1992, by District Council

Source: Moxon-Browne, Northern Ireland Attitude Survey; Northern Ireland General Election and Political Attitudes Survey, 1992; OSNI Digital Boundaries

Figure 5-10.

Source: NISS 1992

Figure 5-11.

Source: Northern Ireland General Election and Political Attitudes Survey, 1992[i]

Figure 6-1.

Source: Jarman and Bryan, From Riots to Rights, p. 36; Bryan, Orange Parades, p.182; Parades Commission Annual Reports 2003 and 2004

Figure 6-2.

Source: Armagh County reports; GOLI membership returns

Figure 6-3. The Garvaghy Road Orange Marching Route

Source: CAIN: < http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/images/maps/garvaghy.htm>

Figure 8-1.

Source: Sanders , D. et al. 2002. 2001 Northern Ireland Election Study ( UK Data Archive Study No. 4622)

Figure 8-2.

Source: ARK SOL time series data <http://www.ark.ac.uk/>

Figure 8-3.

Source: BBC <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/1552632.stm>; Irwin, C. The People’s Peace Process in Northern Ireland (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002)

Figure 8-4.

Source: Kaufmann and Patterson, ‘The Dynamics of Intra-Party Support for the Good Friday Agreement in the Ulster Unionist Party’. N.B. No Orange delegates in Derry City .

Figure 8-5. Orange/Non-Orange Differentials in Stance by Constituency of Residence

Source: Kaufmann and Patterson, ‘The Dynamics of Intra-Party Support for the Good Friday Agreement in the Ulster Unionist Party’. N.B. No Orange members in Foyle or West Belfast (these are shaded white and unlabeled).

Figure 8-6.

Source: ARK elections

Figure 8-7.

Source: Sanders, D. et al, 2001 Northern Ireland Election Study (UK Data Archive Study No. 4622, 2002)

Figure 8-8. UUP Support as a Proportion of the Unionist Vote in Local Elections, 1993

Source: ARK elections; OSNI DEA 1993 Digital Boundaries; 1991 Census of Northern Ireland

Figure 10-1.

Source: Belfast County Initiation Forms 1961-86; GOLI membership returns

Figure 10-2.

Source: Belfast County Initiation Forms 1961-86; GOLI membership returns

Figure 10-3.

Source: Belfast County initiation forms , 1961-1986.

Figure 10-4.

Source: ‘The Orange Order in Ontario, Newfoundland, Scotland and Northern Ireland’. N.B. NF = Newfoundland, SCT = Scotland, NI = Northern Ireland.

Figure 10-5. Orange Density by Ward , Northern Ireland , 1991

Source: GOLI membership returns; OSNI 1984 ward boundaries; Census of Northern Ireland 1991(<http://census.ac.uk/casweb/>)

Figure 10-6. Orange Density by District Electoral Area , Northern Ireland , 1991

Source: GOLI membership returns; OSNI 1984 District Electoral Area (DEA) boundaries; Census of Northern Ireland 1991

Figure 10-7. Orange Membership Losses, 1991-2001, by District Electoral Area

Figure 10-8

Source: Grand Lodge of Ireland (Freemasons) membership returns; GOLI membership returns

Figure 10-9.

Source: Moxon-Browne et al. 1978 , NISAS 1989 , NILT 1998 , NILT 2004

Figure 10-10

Source: GOLI Returns; Ulster Yearbook; NI Annual Abstract of Statistics; NISRA

Figure 10-11

Figure 10-12.

Source: GOLI expulsion forms 1964-2002; GOLI membership returns

Figure 10-13.

Source: GOLI expulsion forms 1964-2002; GOLI membership returns

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