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This is the first of three final Census Reports on Manufactures of the Thirteenth Census, taken in the year 1910 for the calendar year 1909.

Volume VIII contains fifteen chapters, six tables, appendices, and an index:


  1. Introduction to General Explanations
  2. General Summary for the United States
  3. Summary, by Industries, for the United States as a Whole
  4. Summary, by States and Geographic Divisions
  5. Statistics for Individual Cities
  6. Distribution of Manufacturing Industries among Communities Classified According to Size
  7. Local Concentration of Certain Industries
  8. Expenses
  9. Character of Ownership
  10. Establishments Classified According to Size
  11. Persons Engaged in Manufacturing Industries
  12. Prevailing Hours of Labor
  13. Power Used in Manufacturing
  14. Consumption of Fuel in Manufacturing Industries
  15. Description of Individual Industries, with Principal Statistics for Each


  1. Comparative summary for the United States, by industries: 1909, 1904, and 1899
  2. Capital, expenses, value of products, persons engaged, and power and fuel, for the United States, by industries: 1909
  3. Comparative summary, by geographic divisions and states: 1909, 1904, and 1899
  4. Capital, expenses, value of products, persons engaged, and power and fuel, by geographic divisions and states: 1909
  5. Comparative summary–Principal industries, by states: 1909, 1904, and 1899
  6. Number of establishments, persons engaged, power, capital, expenses, and value of products–Industries, by states: 1909


  • A. Schedules
  • B. Instructions to special agents
  • C. Instructions for editing and revising the schedules of manufactures
  • D. Classification of industries


pdf   Chapters 1-8   [13.4 MB]
pdf   Chapters 9-11   [20.2 MB]
pdf   Chapters 12-14   [8.3 MB]
pdf   Chapter 15   [15.6 MB]

General Tables

pdf   Tables 1-5   [14.7 MB]
pdf   Table 6   [16.3 MB]

Other Sections in this Document

pdf   Appendices   [4.1 MB]
pdf   Index   [1.2 MB]

Download Full Report

zip   Full Report   [93.2 MB]
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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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