Census of Population, 1950: A Report of the Seventeenth Decennial Census of the United States. Volume II, Characteristics of the population : Number of inhabitants, general and detailed characteristics of the population
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1952
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Halaman xvii - institution, labor camp, or military barracks. Family.—A family, as defined in the 1950 Census, is a group of two or more persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption and living together; all such persons are regarded as members of one family.
Halaman i - 1952 BUREAU OF THE CENSUS ROY V. PEEL, Director A. Ross ECKLER, Deputy Director HOWARD C. GRIEVES, Assistant Director CONRAD TAEUBER, Assistant Director MORRIS H. HANSEN, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards LOWELL T. GALT, Assistant Director for Operations CALVERT L. DEDRICK, Coordinator, International Statistics
Halaman v - 2. Alabama 3. Arizona 4. Arkansas 5. California 6. Colorado 7. Connecticut 8. Delaware 9. District of Columbia 10. Florida 11. Georgia 12. Idaho 13. Illinois 14. Indiana 15. Iowa 16. Kansas 17. Kentucky 18. Louisiana 19. Maine 20. Maryland
Halaman xiii - both definitions, the most important component of the urban territory is the group of incorporated places having 2,500 inhabitants or more. A definition of urban territory restricted to such places would exclude a number of equally large and densely settled places, merely because they were not incorporated places.
Halaman xv - The median is the value which divides the distribution into two equal parts—one-half of the cases falling below this value and one-half of the cases exceeding this value. In the computation of medians, cases for which the information was not reported are omitted.
Halaman iii - areas. The data are based upon tabulations from the Seventeenth Decennial Census of the population of the United States, its Territories and possessions, conducted as of April 1, 1950. Provision for the Seventeenth Decennial Census was made in the act providing for the Fifteenth and subsequent decennial censuses, approved June 18, 1929, as amended. The
Halaman xxi - not in the labor force other than those keeping house, unable to work, or in institutions. This group includes students, the retired, those too old to work, the voluntarily idle, and seasonal workers for whom the census week fell in an "off" season and who were not reported as unemployed.
Halaman xxvii - armed forces allotments for dependents, and other governmental payments or assistance; and other income such as contributions for support from persons who are not members of the household, alimony, and periodic receipts from insurance policies or annuities.
Halaman xxi - experienced civilian labor force" comprises the two latter groups. Not in labor force.—Persons not in the labor force comprise all civilians 14 years of age and over who are not classified as employed or unemployed, including persons doing only incidental unpaid family work (less than 15 hours during the census week). Persons not in the labor force
Halaman 21-274 - Knitting mills Yam, thread, and fabric mills Other textile mill products. Apparel and other fabricated textile products Paper and allied products... Chemicals and allied products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Petroleum and coal products.