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Page 36 - Michigan . WEST NORTH CENTRAL: Missouri North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska SOUTH ATLANTIC: Maryland . ... District of Columbia Virginia West Virginia Georgia Florida . . . EAST SOUTH CENTRAL: WEST SOUTH CENTRAL: MOUNTAIN:
Page 194 - Powder, cartridge, fireworks, etc., factories Other chemical factories Cigar and tobacco factories Clay, glass, and stone industries Brick, tile, and terra cotta factories Glass factories Lime, cement, and gypsum factories Marble and stone yards Potteries Clothing industries Hat factories (felt) Suit, coat, cloak,
Page 180 - Powder, cartridge, fireworks, etc., factories . Other chemical factories Cigar and tobacco factories Clay . glass, and stone Industries Brick, tile, and terra cotta factories Glass factories Lime, cement, and gypsum factories Marble and stone yards Potteries Clothing Industries Hat factories (felt). Suit, coat, cloak,
Page 15 - report, includes all workers, except women doing housework in their own homes, without salary or wages, and having no other employment, and children working at home, merely on general household work, on chores, or, at odd times, on other work.
Page 30 - The proportion of the population 10 years of age and over engaged in gainful occupations increased from 47.3 per cent in 1880 to 53.3 per cent in 1910, the increase being least rapid from 1890 to 1900 and most rapid from 1900 to 1910. In the male population
Page 84 - The doing of domestic errands or family chores out of school hours, where a child regularly attends school, should not be considered an occupation. But if a boy or girl, whatever the age, is earning money regularly by labor, contributing to the family support, or appreciably assisting in mechanical or agricultural industry, the kind of work performed should be stated.
Page 25 - the condensed list is classified in that part of the industrial field in which it is most commonly pursued. For example, blacksmiths, carpenters, electricians, and machinists have been classified under " Man.ufacturing and mechanical industries," although each of these trades is pursued in almost every industry. Clerical occupations, which can hardly
Page 29 - every person enumerated. The occupation, if any, followed by a child, of any age, or by a woman is just as important, for census purposes, as the occupation followed by a man. Therefore it must never be taken for granted, without inquiry, that a woman, or child, has no occupation.
Page 83 - entry in a majority of cases. But if a boy or girl, whatever the age, is earning money regularly by labor, contributing to the family support, or appreciably assisting in mechanical or agricultural industry, the occupation should be stated. CENSUS OF 1890.