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Postwar Migration and Its Causes in the United States: August, 1945 to October, 1946 (P20-4)

Issued October 7, 1947

Report [PDF - 518K]  (P20-4)

Table 1 [PDF - 139K]  Migration Status of the Civilian Population and Type of Last Civilian Move of the Migrants, by Veteran Status, Age, and Sex, for the United States: August, 1945, to October, 1946.

Table 2 [PDF - 208K]  Reason for the Last Civilian Move of the Migrant Civilian Population, by Veteran Status, Type of Last Civilian Move, Age, and Sex, for the United States: August, 1945 to October, 1946..

Table 3 [PDF - 92K]  Years of School Completed by the Civilian Population: 20 to 29 Years Old, by Migration Status, Type of Last Civilian Move, Veteran Status, and Sex, for the United States: August, 1945, to October, 1946..

Tables 4 and 5 [PDF - 86K]  Table 4 - School Enrollment of Children 7 to 15 Years Old, by Migration Status, Age, And Sex, for the United States: August, 1946, to October, 1946 Table 5 - Major Occupation Group of the Civilian Labor Force 14 Years Old and Over, by Migration Status and Sex, for the United States: August, 1945, to October, 1946.


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Geographical Mobility/Migration |  Last Revised: 2012-05-22T13:29:31.675-04:00