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1920 US Census

The 1920 Federal survey was the first census which enumerated a population exceeding 100 million since 1790.

The United States Census Bureau conducted its Fourteenth official enumeration of population on January 5, 1920. The Federal marshals were given thirty days to complete the census count. The United States Constitution directs to perform census once every 10 years, therefore, after 1920 the next decennial census was collected in the year 1930.

This Census determined the resident population of the 48 states to be 106,021,537, an increase of 15.0 % over 1910 census report. During this Fourteenth US Census, Alaska and Hawaii were still territories until 1959.



The 1920 enumeration included the following questions:

The enumerator collected detailed information about each household. The census sheets contained address of each house, which includes house number in cities and towns, street, avenue, road, etc, house and family number in order of visitation; name of each person whose place of abode on January 1, 1920 was in this family; relationship of the person listed to family head; ownership of home (owned or rented) his or her personal description like, sex, race, age, matrimonial status (whether single, married, widowed or divorced); status of a person immigrated to US like- year of immigration, whether naturalized or alien and if naturalized, then the year of naturalization; educational attainment, whether able to read and write; birth place and mother tongue of person and parents; English speaking ability of the person, occupation, industry and class of worker.

US Census of 1920 did not include questions regarding Union or Confederate Army and naval force, unemployment, number of children rather it added new questions like, year of immigration to the United States, whether a naturalized citizen, naturalization year, mother tongue of the three individuals (person, father, and mother).



1920 Census records – a Genealogical Resource:

Census data (link to index page) is a good and effective source to gather past family history information. 1920 US census is also a comprehensive path, to learn the social and economic picture of people enumerated in this year. As this year census enumerator questioned about the immigration and naturalization status of the foreign-born person, therefore, researchers can easily pinpoint their ancestors' arrival date to the United States and naturalization year of each person enumerated. The Fourteenth United States Census of 1920 is a useful genealogical research resource available to general public.

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