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1930 US Census

The United States Census Bureau conducted its fifteenth census in the year 1930, dated 1st April. The survey enumerated the resident population to be 122,775,046, an increase of 13.7% from the Census of 1920. Among the 48 states of USA, New York estimated to be the most populous state with population 12,588,066 and Nevada was the less densely State with people 91, 058, as per 1930 Census. Alaska and Hawaii were still Territories until 1959.


The following questions were asked during the enumeration:

  • Place of dwelling - street, avenue, road or land, house number in cities and towns, in order of visitation number of dwelling house
  • Name-names of each house hold members along with head of family
  • Relation - relationship of persons to the head of family as wife, son, daughter, father, mother-in-law, grandson, etc
  • Home data - whether home owned or rented, if owned then the value of home and if rented then the monthly rent
  • Personal details - sex or gender, race or color, age at last birthday, marital status (whether married or single or widowed or divorced) age at first marriage
  • Birth place - place or location of birth of each person enumerated and his or her parents within United States and abroad
  • Education - whether able to read and write, whether attended school or college
  • Mother tongue - in case of foreign born language spoken before coming to USA
  • Citizenship and immigration details - whether naturalized or alien, immigration year, etc
  • Occupation - Trade, industry or business, class of worker
  • Veteran Status - whether a veteran of Union or Confederate Army or Naval force
  • Employment - whether employed or unemployed at the time of census (These data no longer exist)
  • Farm number - number of farm schedule (This schedule was omitted later on)

1930 US Census for genealogical research:

1930 Federal Population Census is one the most popular sources to determine individual's family history. In fact census records help to figure out racial category of ancestors, their movement to USA and other genealogy relevant information. Many genealogists begin research work typically with census records, as the information is recorded at a specific time and location. The enumerators of 1930 census however asked questions about employment and unemployment because of the Great Depression caused in 1929.

Until the release of 1940 Census on April 2, 2012, 1930 census was the most recently released census information available to general public. It is a milestone to step backward and dig family history statistics.

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