Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930: Abstract of the Fifteenth Census of the United States

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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

Roy D. Chapin, Secretary
BUREAU OF THE CENUS
W. M. Stenart, Director
Joseph A. Hill, Assistant Director

FIFTEENTH CENUS OF THE UNITED STATES: 1930


ABSTRACT
OF THE
FIFTEENTH CENSUS
OF THE UNITED STATES

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1933

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Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930: Abstract of the Fifteenth Census of the United States
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Reports of the Fifteenth Decennial Census ii
  • Letter of Transmittal iii
  • General Contents v
  • General Introduction vii
  • Population (general) 1
  • Contents 2
  • Introduction 5
  • Occupations 301
  • Contents 302
  • Introduction 303
  • Families 399
  • Contents 400
  • Introduction 401
  • Unemployment 457
  • Contents 458
  • Introduction 459
  • Agriculture 491
  • Contents 493
  • Agriculture 497
  • Irrigation and Drainage 715
  • Contents 716
  • Introduction 717
  • Manufactures 735
  • Contents 736
  • General Explanations 737
  • Mines and Quarries 835
  • Contents 836
  • General Explanations 837
  • Retail Distribution 861
  • Contents 862
  • Introduction 863
  • Wholesale Distribuution 895
  • Contents 896
  • Introduction 897
  • Construction Industry 919
  • Contents 920
  • Introduction 921
  • Census of Hotels 951
  • Contents 952
  • Introduction 953
  • Outlying Territories and Possessions 957
  • Contents 958
  • Introduction 959
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