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Occupancy and Tenure Status, Value of Home or Monthly Rent, Size of Household and Race of Head, Type of Structure, Exterior Material, Year Built, Conversion, State of Repair, Number of Rooms, Housing Facilities and Equipment, and Mortgage Status

The second report for the States.

Part 1: United States summary (Title page and Contents are in the PDF to the right.)

Part 2: Alabama – Indiana

Part 3: Iowa – Montana

Part 4: Nebraska – Pennsylvania

Part 5: Rhode Island – Wyoming

The tables for each State are arranged in two sections with statistics for the State, large cities (50,000 or more), and metropolitan districts; and for counties, urban places; and rural areas. A special table is included for the Southern States showing separate statistics for counties and urban places of dwelling units occupied by nonwhite households.

Part 1 contains the following appendix: Form of schedule for enumeration of occupied dwelling units, form of schedule for enumeration of vacant dwelling units, housing instructions to enumerators, and population instructions to enumerators.

Part 1: United States Summary

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United States Summary

zip   Full Report   [24.8 MB]

Part 2: Alabama – Indiana


pdf   Alabama and Arizona   [13.1 MB]
pdf   Arkansas   [10.3 MB]
pdf   California   [14.4 MB]
pdf   Georgia   [18.4 MB]
pdf   Idaho   [4.9 MB]
pdf   Illinois   [17.6 MB]
pdf   Indiana   [13.5 MB]

Download Part 2

Alabama – Indiana

zip   Full Report   [116.4 MB]

Part 3: Iowa – Montana


pdf   Iowa   [16.8 MB]
pdf   Kansas   [15.8 MB]
pdf   Kentucky   [17.7 MB]
pdf   Massachusetts   [12.6 MB]
pdf   Michigan   [18.7 MB]
pdf   Minnesota   [15.1 MB]
pdf   Mississippi   [13.6 MB]
pdf   Missouri   [18.3 MB]
pdf   Montana   [8.1 MB]

Download Part 3

Iowa – Montana

zip   Full Report   [160.3 MB]

Part 4: Nebraska – Pennsylvania


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Nebraska – Pennsylvania

zip   Full Report   [132.2 MB]

Part 5: Rhode Island – Wyoming


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Rhode Island – Wyoming

zip   Full Report   [148.1 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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