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1910 US Census

This is the THIRTEENTH federal census of the United States. It is available in Soundex as well as copies of original records.

All persons in each household are listed by name. All dwellings in each census district were given a number. Each family was also assigned an identification number. Each census sheet lists the county as well as town or township.

Living Civil War veterans are identified.

Questions Asked:

  1. Street.
  2. House Number.
  3. Dwelling Number.
  4. Family Visit Number.
  5. Name of Each Person Whose Place of Abode on April 15, 1910 Was in this Family.
  6. Relation to Head of Household.
  7. Sex.
  8. Race.
  9. Age.
  10. Marital Status.
  11. Number of Years Married.
  12. Mother of How Many Children.
  13. Number of These Children Living.
  14. Place of Birth.
  15. Father's Place of Birth.
  16. Mother's Place of Birth.
  17. Year of Immigration to U.S.
  18. Naturalized or Alien?
  19. Language Spoken.
  20. Occupation.
  21. Nature of Trade.
  22. Employer, Worker or Own Account.
  23. Number of Months Not Employed.
  24. Can Read and Write.
  25. Attending School.
  26. Home owned or rented?
  27. Home owned free of mortgage?
  28. Farm or house?
  29. Veteran of Civil War?
  30. Blind or Deaf-mute?

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