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1910 Census Facts
Series: T624 Rolls: 1 - 1784

  • Thirteenth U.S. decennial population census.
  • U.S. population: 92.2 million
  • Census conducted by the Director of the Census (Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and Labor).
  • Census day: 15 April 1910.
  • Mandated copies: One set, to the Director of the Census. Local jurisdictions could buy a copy of their schedules at cost.
  • The original census schedules were destroyed in the 1940s after being microfilmed.
Information Provided on 1910 Census:
  • Address
  • name
  • relationship to family head
  • sex; race; age
  • marital status
  • number of years of present marriage
  • for women, number of children born and number now living
  • birthplace and mother tongue of person and parents
  • if foreign born, year of immigration, whether naturalized, and whether able to speak English, or if not, language spoken
  • occupation, industry, and class of worker
  • if an employee, whether out of work during year
  • literacy
  • school attendance
  • home owned or rented
  • if owned, whether mortgaged
  • whether farm or house
  • whether a survivor of Union or Confederate Army or Navy
  • whether blind, deaf and dumb.

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