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Report Number PC-6
Component ID: #ti1738950106

The reports in this series are numbered in alphabetical order according to the names of the States. The number of the report, therefore, does not indicate the sequence of publication. Reports issued in this series include the 10 States with the largest population in 1940, followed by Hawaii and Puerto Rico.

Tables included:

  1. Characteristics of the Population, for (State), urban and rural: 1950 and 1940
  2. Married couples, families, and households, for (State), urban and rural: 1950 and 1940
  3. Residence in 1949 of the population one year old and over, for (State), urban and rural: 1950
  4. Employment status of the population, by sex, for (State), urban and rural: 1950
  5. Employment status of the population, by sex, for (State): 1950 and 1940
  6. Employment status of the population, by age and sex, for (State): 1950
  7. Percent of the population in the labor force and percent of the civilian labor force unemployed, by age and sex, for (State): 1950
  8. Class of worker of employed persons, by sex, for (State): 1950 and 1940
  9. Major occupation group of employed persons, by sex, for (State): 1950 and 1940
  10. Major occupation group of experienced unemployed persons, by sex, for (State): 1950
  11. Major industry group of employed persons, by sex, for (State):  1950 and 1940
  12. Income in 1949 of families and unrelated individuals, for (State), by residence

Preliminary sample data for the 10 larger States will be found in Series PC-12: Characteristics of the Population of (specified State).

Characteristics of the Population

pdf   California   [1.4 MB]
pdf   Illinois   [1.3 MB]
pdf   Massachusetts   [1.3 MB]
pdf   Michigan   [1.4 MB]
pdf   Missouri   [1.3 MB]
pdf   New Jersey   [1.2 MB]
pdf   New York   [1.3 MB]
pdf   Ohio   [1.3 MB]
pdf   Pennsylvania   [1.4 MB]
pdf   Texas   [1.3 MB]
pdf   Hawaii   [1.8 MB]
pdf   Puerto Rico   [<1.0 MB]

Download Full Report

zip   Full Report   [15.0 MB]
Component ID: #ti702095047

A Note on Language

Census statistics date back to 1790 and reflect the growth and change of the United States. Past census reports contain some terms that today’s readers may consider obsolete and inappropriate. As part of our goal to be open and transparent with the public, we are improving access to all Census Bureau original publications and statistics, which serve as a guide to the nation's history.

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