1960 Census - Population, Marital Status and Age at First Marriage
About 76% of the men who had been married less than a year were married once and had a wife who had been married only once.
1960 Census - Population, Labor Reserve
The labor reserve is 21.8 million persons (15 million women and 7 million men) or 17% of the population l4 years old and over.
1960 Census: Population, Distribution of the Negro Population
Three maps show the geographic distribution of the Negro population of the U.S. in 1960 as well as the distribution of gains and losses between 1950 and 1960.
1960 Census: Per Capita and Median Family Income in 1959
Mississippi ranked lowest in per capita ($967) and median family income ($2,884). Nevada was highest per capita ($2,356). Alaska was highest median ($7,305).
1960 Census: Age of the Foreign Stock by Country of Origin
Of the 34 million persons of foreign stock, about 10 million were foreign born and the remaining were natives whose mother or father or both were foreign born.
National Census Survival Rates, by Color and Sex, for 1950 to 1960
This report provides census survival rates, 1950 to 1960, for: Total population of the United States, by color and sex and total Negro population, by sex.
Population of Voting Age and Votes Cast for President 1964 and 1960
This report provides statistics, by States, on the population of voting age, and on votes cast for President, 1960 and 1964; also for counties, 1960.
1960 Census of Population: Nonwhite Population by Race
This subject report presents statistics on social & economic characteristics of each of the nonwhite races – Negroes, Indians, Japanese, Chinese, and Filipinos.
1960 Census: Nativity and Parentage of the Foreign Stock
Data are shown separately for native persons of native parentage, native persons of foreign or mixed parentage, and foreign-born persons.
1960 Census: Population, Mother Tongue of the Foreign Born
Stats by age, sex, color, years of school completed, and country of birth for the U.S. and regions. A distribution is shown for States and certain SMSAs.
1960 Census: Population, Puerto Ricans in the United States
Stats on age, residence in 1955, years of school completed, school enrollment, marital status, relationship to head of household, employment status, etc.