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The results of the Thirteenth Decennial Census were published in two forms: a comprehensive report in the volumes; and a condensed report, the Abstract of the Thirteenth Census, which was issued with Supplements for the different states.

The Abstract contains the principal statistics gathered at the decennial enumeration of 1910 on the subject of population (except occupation statistics), agriculture, manufactures, and mining, and gives figures on all subjects for the United States as a whole, and for the different states; together with statistics relating to population and manufactures for the principal cities.

Other editions of the Abstract were also issued with supplements relating to each of the states and to the District of Columbia, Alaska, Hawaii, and Porto Rico, respectively. Each of these editions contain all of the matter published in the Abstract, and, in addition thereto, a second section which treated the same subjects with greater detail for the state to which it refers, and embraced all of the census results published concerning that state, its counties, cities, and other civil divisions, except as to occupations.


Abstract of the Thirteenth Census

Published in 1913

Download Full Report

zip Full Report [71.9 MB]

Supplements to the Abstract

Published in 1913

States and Territories

pdf Alabama [12.8 MB]
pdf Alaska [6.5 MB]
pdf Arkansas [13.7 MB]
pdf Arizona [8.2 MB]
pdf California [16.5 MB]
pdf Colorado [13.3 MB]
pdf Connecticut [9.9 MB]
pdf Delaware [5.6 MB]
pdf Florida [12.3 MB]
pdf Georgia [7.8 MB]
pdf Hawaii [5.7 MB]
pdf Idaho [10.8 MB]
pdf Indiana [20.5 MB]
pdf Iowa [19.1 MB]
pdf Kansas [18.1 MB]
pdf Kentucky [16.6 MB]
pdf Louisiana [14.0 MB]

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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