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This part of Volume II presents cross-tabulations of housing and household characteristics for units in the United States and each of the nine geographic divisions, separately for units inside and outside standard metropolitan statistical areas. The statistics are based on information collected as of April 11, 1960, in the Census of Housing, supplemented with information from the Census of Population. Volume II covers all housing—urban and rural, farm and nonfarm—with separate statistics for owner-occupied, renter-occupied, and available vacant units.

The chapters of Volume II were published first as a series of reports, Series HC (2). A separate report was issued for the United States, each geographic division, and each standard metropolitan statistical area of 100,000 inhabitants or more in the United States and Puerto Rico. Statistics for urban places of 100,000 inhabitants or more are contained in the chapters for the metropolitan areas.

Part 1: United States and the geographic divisions

Parts 2 to 6: Standard metropolitan statistical areas in the United States

Part 7: Standard metropolitan statistical areas in Puerto Rico

Part 1

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United States and Divisions

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Part 2

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Albilene, TX - Corpus Christi, TX

zip   Full Report   [95.7 MB]

Part 3

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Dallas, TX - Kalamazoo, MI

zip   Full Report   [90.7 MB]

Part 4

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Kansas, City, MO / Kansas City, KS - New Orleans, LA

zip   Full Report   [94.2 MB]

Part 5

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Newport News-Hampton, VA - Santa Barbara, CA

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Part 6

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Savannah, GA - Youngstown-Warren, OH

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Part 7

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Ponce, PR - San Juan, PR

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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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