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1950 Census of Agriculture: Volume 1. Counties and State Economic Areas

Volume I, Counties and State Economic Areas, is one of the four principal reports presenting the results of the 1950 Census of Agriculture, and is published in 34 parts.

Statistics for counties include number of farms, acreage, value, and farm operators; farms by size, by color and tenure of operator; facilities and equipment, farm labor, and farm expenditures; livestock and livestock products; specified crops harvested; farms and farm characteristics for commercial farms; farms classified by value of farm products sold, by type of farm, and by economic class; and value of products sold by source.

Statistics for state economic areas include farms and farm characteristics by size of farm, by tenure of operator, by type of farm, and by economic class.


Download Part 1: New England States

Download Part 2: Middle Atlantic States

Download Part 3: Ohio

Download Part 4: Indiana

Download Part 5: Illinois

Download Part 6: Michigan

Download Part 7: Wisconsin

Download Part 8: Minnesota

Download Part 9: Iowa

Download Part 10: Missouri

Download Part 11: North Dakota and South Dakota

Download Part 12: Nebraska

Download Part 13: Kansas

Download Part 14: Delaware, Maryland, and District of Columbia

Download Part 15: Virginia and West Virginia

Download Part 16: North Carolina and South Carolina

Download Part 17: Georgia

Download Part 18: Florida

Download Part 19: Kentucky

Download Part 20: Tennessee

Download Part 21: Alabama

Download Part 22: Mississippi

Download Part 23: Arkansas

Download Part 24: Louisiana

Download Part 25: Oklahoma

Download Part 26: Texas

Download Part 27: Montana

Download Part 28: Idaho

Download Part 29: Wyoming and Colorado

Download Part 30: New Mexico and Arizona

Download Part 31: Utah and Nevada

Download Part 32: Washington and Oregon

Download Part 33: California

Download Part 34: Territories and Possessions

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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