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1920 Census: Fourteenth Census of the United States, State Compendium

Component ID: #ti132382051
1920 Census: State Compendium

A State Compendium was issued for each of the 48 States and the District of Columbia.

No compendium of the Fourteenth Census was issued for the United States as a whole.

Statistics of population, occupations, agriculture, manufactures, and mines and quarries for the State, Counties, and Cities.


State Compendium

pdf   Alabama   [21.6 MB]
pdf   Arizona   [14.1 MB]
pdf   Arkansas   [24.9 MB]
pdf   California   [34.5 MB]
pdf   Colorado   [41.7 MB]
pdf   Connecticut   [31.3 MB]
pdf   Delaware   [17.9 MB]
pdf   Massachusetts   [35.0 MB]
pdf   Michigan   [34.9 MB]
pdf   Minnesota   [32.8 MB]
pdf   Mississippi   [22.3 MB]
pdf   Missouri   [35.2 MB]
pdf   Montana   [22.4 MB]
pdf   Nebraska   [30.9 MB]
pdf   Nevada   [14.5 MB]
pdf   New Hampshire   [14.3 MB]
pdf   New Jersey   [29.9 MB]
pdf   New Mexico   [16.6 MB]
pdf   New York   [25.5 MB]
pdf   North Carolina   [53.5 MB]
pdf   North Dakota   [22.7 MB]
pdf   Ohio   [31.0 MB]
pdf   Ohio - Manufactures   [16.4 MB]
pdf   Oklahoma   [26.0 MB]
pdf   Oregon   [22.1 MB]
pdf   Pennsylvania   [31.0 MB]
pdf   Rhode Island   [15.9 MB]
pdf   South Carolina   [19.5 MB]
pdf   South Dakota   [24.1 MB]
pdf   Tennessee   [30.3 MB]
pdf   Texas   [19.5 MB]
pdf   Texas -Agriculture   [22.9 MB]
pdf   Utah   [19.7 MB]
pdf   Vermont   [16.5 MB]
pdf   Virginia   [35.0 MB]
pdf   Washington   [30.1 MB]
pdf   West Virginia   [22.4 MB]
pdf   Wisconsin   [26.2 MB]
pdf   Wyoming   [19.3 MB]
pdf   Florida   [24.1 MB]
pdf   Georgia   [15.2 MB]
pdf   Idaho   [22.4 MB]
pdf   Illinois   [28.9 MB]
pdf   Illinois - Drainage   [19.4 MB]
pdf   Indiana   [14.8 MB]
pdf   Iowa   [36.9 MB]
pdf   Kansas   [36.0 MB]
pdf   Kentucky   [33.5 MB]
pdf   Louisiana   [26.1 MB]
pdf   Maine   [17.9 MB]
pdf   Maryland   [20.4 MB]

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Component ID: #ti702095047

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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