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1950 Census of Population: Volume 4. Special Reports

Report Number P-E No. 1A
Component ID: #ti1996147584

The special reports are in five parts and cover the following subjects:

  • Employment and Personal Characteristics
  • Occupational and Industrial Characteristics
  • Characteristics of Families
  • Marital Status
  • Institutional Population
  • Nativity and Parentage
  • Nonwhite Population by Race
  • Persons of Spanish Surname
  • Puerto Ricans in the Continental United States
  • State of Birth
  • Mobility of the Population
  • Characteristics by Size of Place
  • Education
  • Fertility

Part 1: Economic Characteristics

Employment and Personal Characteristics

Occupational Characteristics

Occupation by Industry

Industrial Characteristics

Download Part 1: Economic Characteristics

zip   Full Report   [120.6 MB]

Part 2: Family Characteristics

General Characteristics of Families

Institutional Population

Marital Status

Duration of Current Marital Status

Download Part 2: Family Characteristics

zip   Full Report   [109.0 MB]

Part 3: National Origin and Race

Nativity and Parentage

Nonwhite Population by Race

Persons of Spanish Surname

Puerto Ricans in Continental United States

Download Part 3: National Origin and Race

zip   Full Report   [104.8 MB]

Part 4: Mobility of the Population

State of Birth

Population Mobility—States and State Economic Areas

Population Mobility—Farm-Nonfarm Movers

Population Mobility—Characteristics of Migrants

Download Part 4: Mobility of the Population

zip   Full Report   [273.9 MB]

Part 5: Other Subjects

Sections in this Document

pdf   Education   [30.5 MB]
pdf   Fertility   [44.8 MB]
pdf   Appendix   [<1.0 MB]

Download Part 5: Other Subjects

zip   Full Report   [91.0 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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