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1 See explanatory notes on page 90.

2 Age unknown omitted.



5, 693 9,



1,023



287

589

102

23

10

3

1



1,548



219
792
271
29



40



74,767 I 74,628



3, 504 I 33, .



13, 034

12, 026

123

284

27

6,348

1,673

1,127



743
2



13
27
56
204



13, 032

12,021

123

284

27

6,346

1,573

1,127



743
2
6
6

13

27

66

204



67,304 88,843



30, 187 42, 178



21, 206

2,986

331

502

213

3,899



133
43
52
45

146
157
107
359



5,489

30, 784

803

712

248

3,060
843

3,505



1,046

106

174

76

427
626
502
342



7,266



801
1,696

114
37
20

204

121

281



686



235



'Includes Bohemia.

■• Includes Newfoundland.



20, 782



7,825



5,336
976

28
156

33
910
347

177



16,241



6,104



4,672
538

46
152

28
333
176

363



14
3

14
2

6

10

2

287



675



369
106
18
20
2
36
32



GENERAL TABLES— STATES AND TERRITORIES.



251



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED
PARENTAGE: 1900— Continued. '

DISTRICT or COLUMBIA-Continued."





AGE PERIODS.^




Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PERSONS HAVING EITHER BOTH PARENTS BORN AS SPECIFIED OR ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.'




10 to
15

years.


16 to
24

years.


25 to

44
years.


45 to
64

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary .8


Canada'!


Canada'
(Frenoli).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


Scandi-
navia.'


Other
cotm-
tries.o




8

3'

7

i
4
3
4
19

5
5
3

1

779


358
66
47
139
298

118
41
47
355
459

87

157

39

9

12, 872


785
443
139
648
747

180
107
243
542
1,678

345

230

121

39

19,033


253
359
72
300
343

56
30
140
159
606

140
65
67
68

7,493


37
67
14
62
46

5
2
31
14

78

39
U

14
25

964


998

593

92

779

1,102

279
144
351
617
1,947

131
285
14B
142

35, 030


1

1


10
4

1
2

1


2


91
103
18
63
108

U

9

19

85

191

193

44
47


123
77
49
65
66

12
13
10
57
203

25
17
14


Ill
114
92
216
129

17
9

73
275
342

47
97
16


I
7
21
3


1

1


3

8


7
2
2

1
7


14
4

4
2
8

3
4
1
4
30

17
8
7


29

13

7

13
11

7
1
8

22
70

7
9
2


73




75




1








2


1


4

1
2
1

3'

116
3






78




2
















2
8
7

43
4
2


i'

8




SO




4
27

1


3
10


3
9

14


81
82


3

15

1


1




1




85












86


33


146


22


1,643


862


2, 610


66


15


60


76


208


340


87


2


3

662


10
1,365


24
312


11
.55


25
1,825








13
154


3
121


6
159






1

1








88


7


23


1


7




5


42


41


89


679


28
109
465

7,860


84
160
949

11,264


31
33

155

4,965


3

5

29

657


106

220

1,252

23,401


1


1
3
10

42




14
40
82

479


10
12
72

224


6
21
111

952


1
2
3

9




1


1

1
2

46


1
3
36

94


4

6

24

78


90




91


6

8


1
9






9?


2


5


93


2

36

""b37"
138


22

77

68

1,163

472

7

6,003

2,686


207
232
119

3,576

484

60

6,482

3,612


216

201

68

2,126

277

42

1,969

1,329


36
19
6
287
77
3
221

144


369

392

190

7,061

1,079

78

14,058

6,687






2


32
28
13
20
58
17
290

673


28

22
7
9

60
1

99

347


38
67
47
78
78
13
611

921


i'


1






4
2
2

11
9
2

64

69


6

12
2

7
15


94




4

1

1

16




1


95


1








96


1
1


1
2
1
3

24






3

1


97


1




1


98
99


6
10


18
55


5
8


1
9


3
38


41
16


32

156


100
101


6
33

""¥3

1

60


265
1,128
20
826
370

1,671


198
2,391
201
383
309

2,782


13
1,050
169
36
26

863




330
3,695
191
869
513

4,092




5

33

3

3

• 9

26


1
6


60
214

98
151

39

424


24
191
10
61
55

167


54
494

92
168

69

672


1

8

I

1

16


2'

7'


2
3
8
25




4
37

4
13

4

63


11

94
6
24
17

65


102


92

38

1

2

87


8


12


103
104


1


1


3

1

9


106
106


8


4


4


15


107


""'"26'
10
1
5
6


53
780
191
195
231

84


148
1,633
121
238
409
104


74
508

22

45
144

18


4
44


189
2,405
203
296
654
119








19

184

66

31

47
38


17
74
16
25
19
6


47
249

38
115

59

25










3

29
3
4
6
3


4

27
11

4
10

6


108


2
8


11
2
2
7


1


5




3

1

4'

5


3
1
2
2
1


109
110


2

24
2


1
1


2'

8


1
2
1


111




112


2


113










FLORIDA.



11,281


43,470


70,900


31,406


5,883


146,114


111


522


76


2,134


2,661


1,281


812


18


130


756


8,638


837


8,481


18,916


27,557


16, 740


3,613


72,717


15


85


15


528


751


252


40


5


23


180


853


144


8,077

.......

35
301
41

6


11,951
2,950
72
365
133
2,816
515

512


5,147
16,292
536
658
220
3,519
988

2,657


1,876
13,316
497
205
84
418
268

1,548


481
2,909

140
11
12
22
32

360


26,869

34,104

881

1,202

469

7,177

1,857

4,301


3
6
2


24

46

9

3


3

6
4
2


133

310

77

4

1

2


138
464
118
11
2
3
4

201


46

171

26

8


9
17
9


2
1


4
6
1
10


35

87

55

1


290

264

66

13

7

3'

156


21
92
20

2


3




2




1






1


1


6
1

62






98


1
12




7


31


6


100




7


27


i'


23
13
14
11

55

65

32

218


697
84
133

75

313
359
303
384


444
47
75
36

189
356
238
103


96
12
16

7

52
60
86
20


1,145
140
198
111

630
644
691
671




5


2


16
4
6
2

10
22
8
9


31

4

18

7

31
52
23
10


22
1
6
3

10
34
6
6






3


2
1
3


31
5
5
2

12
39
20


10
1
3
3

9

18
7








1
























7
5
3
4










2
14

1




1


3

2
1








1
2


3



1





'Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
"Includes all other foreign countries.



' The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.
« See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.



252



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 41 TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

AGE PERIODS, AND

rLORIDA— Continued.



BEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.



MALES— Continuea.
Domestic and personal service

Barbers and hairdressers

Bartenders

Hotel keepers

Laborers (not specified) '

Lannderers

Restaurant and saloon keepera

Servants and waiters

Soldiers, sailors, and marines (U.S.)

Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc

Trade and transportation

Agents

Bankers and brokers

Boatmen and sailors ^

Bookkeepers, clerks, stenographers, etc'
Commercial travelers

Draymen, hackmen, teamsters, etc

Foremen and overseers

Hostlers

Hucksters and peddlers

Livery stable keepers

Merchants and dealers

Messengers and errand and oifice boys .

Officials of banks and companies

Packers and shippers

Porters and helpers (in stores, etc.)

Salesmen

Steam railroad employees

Telegraph and telephone operators

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.7

Bakers

Blacksmiths

Boot and shoe makers and repairers

Butchers

Carpenters and joiners

Coopers

Engineers and firemen (not locomotive)

tMshermen and oystermen ?

Machinists

Manufacturers and oHicials, etc

Masons (brick and stone)

Miners and quarrymen

Painters, glaziers, and varnishers

Plumbers and gas and steam fitters

Printers, lithographers, and pressmen..

Saw and planing mill employees

Tailors

Tobacco and cigar factory operatives . .
Turpentine distillers

FEMALES'

Agricultural pursuits

Agricultural laborers '

Farmers, planters, and overseers

Professional service

Musicians and teachers of music

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service . . .

Boarding and lodging house keepers.

Hotel keepers

Housekeeper and stewardesses '

Laborers (not specified) '

Laundresses

Nurses and midwives

Servants and waitresses



Trade and transportation.



Bookkeepers, clerks, stenographers, etc'

Merchants and dealers

Saleswomen



Aggre-
gate.



32,413



647
831
200
26, 664
239

321

2,145

743

753

22,288



710

281

1,616

2,962

254

8,523
464
163
149
182

4,437
234
376
197

382
1,763
3,797

268

28,673



243
784
238
363
4,215



1,257

1, 805

700

1,602

466
1,193
813
229
878

3,244

195

4,626

3,185

37, 681



9,766
3,160



2,108



1,669
17, 919



626

127

467

2,850

7,359

711

6,245

902



370
169
202



NATIVE WHITE.



Native
parents.!



104

103

146

6,457

44

96
130
423
505

12, 194



652
201
531
2,152
208

1,130
409
29
49
134

2,873

78

803

37



1,367

1,627

240

10, 727



62
418

58

186

2,415

186
664
797
476
1,155

142
179
878
185
288

1,122
19
274
347



3,217



1,759
1,408

1,383



141
1,069



329



249
804



178
6.50



596



259

81

186



Foreign
parents.!



789



24
35
11
360
1

26
21
192
64

1,692



76

81

170

345

21

94
23

4
' 4

9

392

14
.34
26

2
170
101
20



23
52
17
18
262

2
102
134



102
87
44

71

10

692

4



24
121



For-
eign
white.



COLORED. 1



Total.



1,007 22,436



67
46
36
450
18

66

91

118

72



362

141

8

19, 297

176

184

1,903

10

112

6,294



329

292

20

71

20

2



807
2

84
124

4

109

61

7

4,697



7
97
217



22
46
116
20

17

68

78

2,807



35
163



19
114



485

173

5

2,228

12

128

80

22

365

140

4

11

818

127

2,118

1

11,406



71
196

99
120
,160

242
394
657



287
961
218
37
29

1,998

98

958

2, 834

26, 852



7,991
1,670



21
866



15, 402



128
6

169
2,033
7,001

494
5,479

94



Negro.i



1 See explanatory notes on page 90.

2 Age unknown omitted.



22, 209



352
141



134

1,897

10

112

6,298



486
173

5

2,228

12

128

30

22

364

140

4

11

818

127

2,118

1

11,403



71
196

99
120
,150

242
394



48

287
961
218
87
29

1,998

93

951

2,834

26,844



7,989
1,670

403



21
366

15, 396

128
6

169
2,032
7,001

494
5,478

94



Single
and un-
known.



CONJUGAL CONDITION.



16, 019



199

166

23

12, 960

153

78

1,268

676

279

8,948



213
55

496

i;678

76

1,373
81
86
31
50

979

210

111

81

182
1,164
1,600

166

10,954



85
175

62
109
992

114
461
698
258
274

107
761
264
119
193



2,001
1,626



16, 779



6,632



6,284



129
1,315

6,482

62

10

203

1,103

1,615

288

3,179

582



295

27

1,58



Married.



14, 514



317

166

169

12, 029

72

222
752
56
425



463
200
933
1,193
174

1,962

368

67

104

126

8,242
23
265
105

136

561

2,067

98

16,222



144
511
147
222
2,904

245
747

1,004
402

1,164

326
898
496
102
172

1,598

113

2,444

1,414

10, 316



3,182



678
350



49
240



5,569



119

62

60

643

2,990

161

1,489

166



Wid-
owed.



1,465
14



20
111



46
851



169
18
10
13

5

208
1



12

35

114

4



18
46
28
19
301

26
42
100
37
61



32

59

7

13

104

11

172

127



3,172



1,008
2,113



22
106



6, 404



332
62

189

576
2,529

243
1,420

141



Di-
vorced.



120



19
736



464



12
3

15

29
225

19
167

14



UNEMPLOYED.'



1 toS
months.



5,802



16

13

1

5,508

10



10

4

177

122



12

9

88

16

51

318

16



49

11

16

834

44

104

287

41

63



161
21
28

669

7

2,168

472

4,792



1,987



1,846
133



6
1
17
367
805
94
635



4to6
months.



4

191

1

21

1,068



237
12



38
37
6
17

13
75
156
12



17
664

11
48
626
36
34



91

139

10

23

421

8

711

269



1,414
90



28
773

1,863



5

4

19

341

766

128



7 to 12
months.



" Includes Bohemia.
^Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— STATES AND TERRITORIES.



253



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED,

PARENTAGE: 1900— Continued

FLOKIDA-Continued.



AGE PEKIODS. 2



10 to
15

years.



223

"ii

624



16 to

years.



10, 922



9,251
43

30
760
408
132

5,969



16
135



6

23
6S
18
9

087



81

6

167

97

4,122



2,826
2,813



2
6

1,106



118



83

14

309

1,078

34

1,055
69
58
17
22

641
76
66
61

139

835

1,215

121

7,161



25 to
44

years.



45 to
64

years.



66 years
and
over.



14,619



852

194

71

11,867

149

180
863
305
394

11,402



55

114

17

90

474

77
294
426
161
110

60
543
133

92
123

1,211

36

1 1,344

1,112

11, 571



3,879



368
117
771
1,372
157

1,773

321

75

68

116

2,484

17

214

124

129

704

2,169

118

14, 766



4,195



83



92
,230



101

250

26

192

1,668



118

345

83

188

2,082

218
744
887
354
919

256
550
427
98
180

1,588

109

2,504

1,724

14, 098



3,631
212



942



816
5,273



32

3

119

784
1,817

213
2,285



200
13
102



3,502



2,294
1,149



696
7,607



253
63

194

773
3,742

201
2,312

362



205
103
361
344
57

606
82
17
51
37

1,196
5



21
138
318

15

6,265



56
214
107

64
1,381

79
186
374
144
431

133
72

209
31

51

318

34

545

235

6,440



2,335



855
1,440



223



29
136

3,233



202
54
127
361
1,407
232
818

106



140
81



Persons
of native
parent-
age.'



26 II
641
2

9
38

2
15



13
46
26
5
226

5
18
62
29



164
352



602



37
7

26

73
163

63
127



30, 074



439
244
164
25, 436
102

221

1, 927

429

610

18, 124



570
201
783
2,318
213

3, 297

421

164

78

156

3,219
209
307

45

319
1,471
3,640

241

20, 898



PERSONS HAVING EITHEK BOTH PARENTS BORN AS SPECIFIED OK ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.



Austria-
Hun-
gary.'



114
607
146
296
1,461

374
,041
.,135

512
,201

411
,135
683
170
314

i.lll

94

590

!,177

1,330



745
072



160
419



4.64
99

396 1
,326 !
,661 I

639
,912

684



281
112
148



5 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
° Includes all other foreign countries.



Canada *
(Eng-
lisli).



' 16



12



Canada ^] Ger-
( French), many.



303



2

39

2

1
1
9
3

169



48



1


4


2


27




33


2


31


8


58



16
22

8
124

1

17
12
72
22



25
22
31
120
17

19

7



249
1
4
3

1
66
25



Great
Britain.



17

«i
1

7 \

10

21



6
5
9
147
2

G
14
37
20



Ire-
land.



262



46
29
80
127



725



15

31

4

6

168



4
121
27



Italy.



1

124



168



10
214



70



Po-
land.



Rus-
sia.



46



Scandi-
navia. ^



Other
coun-
tries. *



Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!



248



996

18



1 I
2
16



24
12

672
31

229



4 ' 20

6 I 11

.-.! 13



49
32


7
7


11


3


436


53


131


1


57


5


166


9


25


26


31


15


1,660


233


25


8


6


7


447


36


209


48


3


3


148


12


4


2


4


1


15


3


5


1


438


39


13


5


3


5


137


2


8




70


27


13


16


1


2


4,909


268


63


5


32


-9


18


4


28


2


239


47


2


1


46


22


425


14


12


16


99


17


16


3


4




60


20


4


3


12


6


26


3


30


3


3,688


45


4





162
9
1



'See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9. K„innm,>,, tr, that c'aqs whether specified

8 The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that c.ass, wneiue p



or not.



254



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 41.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEAES OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

AGE PERIODS, AND
FLORIDA— Continued.





SEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


COLORED. 1


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED. 1




Native
parents, i


Foreign
parents. 1


Total.


Negro.i


Single
and un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


1 toS

months.


4 to 6
months.


7 to 12
months.


87


FEMALES— Continued.

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.^


3,672


1,318


326


726


1,202


1,202


l',512


1,100


862


98


717


363


87


88


1,335
173
861
934


622
135
364
66


129
25
53

104


62

11

75

660


522
2

369
204


522

2

369

204


500

87

314

477


421
48
281
268


360

35

241

176


64

3

25

13


114

5

112

465


99

5

92

133


23

7

20

28


89


Milliners


qo


Seamstresses


91


Tobacco and cigar factory operatives . .



GEORGIA.



35
36
37
38
39

40
41
42
43
44

45
46
47
48
49

50
61
52
63

54
55
66
57



MALES" 645,932



Agricultural pursuits .



Agricultural laborers'

Farmers, planters, and overseers

Gardeners, florists, nuraerymen, etc . . .

Lumbermen and raftsmen

Turpentine farmers and laborers

Wood choppers



Professional service.



Clergymen

Dentists

Electricians

Engineers (civil, etc.) and surveyors.
Journalists



Lawyers

Musicians and teachers of music

Officials (government)

Physicians and surgeons

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service



Barbers and hairdressers .

Bartenders

Bootblacks

Hotel keepers

Janitors and sextons



Laborers (not specified) '

Launderers

Nurses

Restaurant keepers



Saloon keepers

Servants and waiters

Soldiers, sailors, and marines (U.S.) .
Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc. .



Trade and transportation.



Agents

Bankers and brokers

Boatmen and .sailors '

Bookkeepers and accountants 7
Clerks and copyists '



Commercial travelers

Draymen, hackmen, teamsters, etc.

Foremen and overseers

Hostlers

Hucksters and peddlers



Livery stable keepers

Merchants anddealers (exc. wholesale)

Merchants and dealers (wholesale)

Messengers and errand and office boys
Officials of banks and companies



Packers and shippers

Porters and helpers (in stores, etc.) .

Salesmen

Steam railroad employees



Stenographers and typewriters ^

Street railway employees

Telegraph and telephone linemen . .
Telegraph and telephone operators ,



Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.'

Bakers

Blacksmiths

Boot and shoe makers and repairers

Brick and tile makers, etc

Butchers



422, 630



196, 665

210,590

405

1,327

10,768

2,528

15, 499



3,310
619
383
396
361

2,385
280
1,627
2,885
2,979

73, 709



1,437
608
192
302
491

68,237
4.52
203
294

240
7, .696

593
2,597

67, 296



3,201

987

703

2,686

6,934

1,531

8,506

978

681

769

454

12, 464

481

994

1,406

242
2,741
6,813
11,515

674
732
247
867

66, 898



381
3,499
1,229

757
1,062



219, 133



84,957
131,554



1,289
350

11, 629



1,366
486
322
330
309

2,259
124
1,372
2,665
2,088

15, 984



263
245
2
268
51

11,760
116
89
73

132

336

385

2,062

42, 416



2,723

814

264

2,327

6, 665

1,289
2,051

884
97

321

403

9,874

371

474

1,262

121
56

5,867
1,829

.585
630
170
814

39, 925



90

2, 151
454
116
602



1,263



334
869



451



241
16



32

11

70

160



179

72

36

220

629

145
61
43
7
7

17
616
62



8

7

459

252



721



201, 418



559
44
9



201,402



111, 176

77, 608

148

668

9,472

2,176

3,037



18
10

242
12

7
27

59

29

65

151

:,760



38
2,104



52
100
27
2
46



142
121
244



46

23

6

142



1,228
54
12
43

6

6

306

68

11

7



1,847



1,834
15
19



33
73
54
106



56, 289



190

12

424

45, 994
308
104

187

17

■ 7,219

83

224

19,038



187

5

272

17

396

14

6, 357

28

572

299

25

746

4

465

19

107
2,673

191
6,366



111,173

77,606

148

668

9,466

2,176

3,037



1,834
16
19



73

64

106

834

66, 152



76


163


72


1,176


84


664


1


639


62


353



1,116

208

190

12

424

45, 994
176
104
183

17

7,218

83

224

19,004



17
394

14
li.357

28
572
298

25

717

4

466

19

107
2,673

189
6,366



23, 021



163
1,176
664
639
353



263, 742



356, 544 24, 289



175,462 232,681



152, 193

16,843

71

439

4,716

1,018

4,434



337
183
203
138
128

660
142
286
601
1,644

33, 292



461
240
180
37
114

25,786
236
119



65

4,753

612

577

26, 905



],098

191

344

1,325

4,271

454
2,934
147
332
226

131
3, 016
98
9.68
382

111
1,611
4,206
3,437

674
261
110
483

23, 649



1 See explanatory notes on page 90.

2 Age unknown omitted.



134
704
299

317
2R2



39, 057

186,264

294

821

6,660

1,340

10, 220



2,761
316
172
235
202

1,696
123
1,137
2,101
1,332

35,962



918
343
11
261
335

28,801

184

76

196

165

2,450

74

1,851

37, 710



1,936

687

319

1,263

2,480

1,013

5,169

796

309

464

299

8,921

364

30

971

122
1,125
2,444
7,560

97
456
128
374



797
394
739



4,952
8,219



365
159



796



203

18

7

23

20

122
14
97

171
95



48
21
1
13
41

3,434

31

9

18

10

362

7

164

2,516



1,357



37
93
164

59
389
34



22

606

19

6

50



93
159
473

8
13

9
10



17
191
127
40
40



264

1

4

27

11

49



216
1



5
166



11
4

19

6
23
1
4
1

2
22



200



72,257



46,604



34,418

9,919

17

116

1,689

432

865



17
26
19
11
673



13,339



66
26
10
3
49

12, 469
13
15
4

4

571

10



119

6

47

57

186

60
747
28
29
63

8
127

5
76
11



161
246



30
.66
16

48



40,285



19
205
109
168

54



23,949



20,362

2,685

27

66

724

172

753



6,886



32
6

5
18

7

21
15
29
8
601



12

17

6

13

8,148
17
18
10

2

299

4

42



162

9

26

71

154

32

325

8

17



7
130

7

84
25

12
112
224
426

17

37

9

17

4,954



6
138

61
115

59



1,302



2,458
727



6
7
6

12
314



1,162
2



28
667



41

7

2
24
72
136

7
12

6
18



"Includes Bohemia.

< Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— STATES AND TERRITORIES.



255



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED,

PARENTAGE: 1900— Continued.

FLOBID A— Continued.



AGE PERIODS. 2


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PEESONS


HAVING EITHER BOTH PARENTS BORN AS SPECIFIED OR ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!




10 to
15

years.


16 to
21

years.


25 to
44

years.


45 to

64
years.


66 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary. 3


Canada *

lish).


Canada ••
(French).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


Scandi-
navia, s


Other
coun-
tries, «




1531


1,093


1,720


543


55

12
5

27
3


2,326


4


17


2


51


70


66


239




2


7


7.56


43


8'


5

1

14
102


360

45

238

369


729

88

442

865


233
34

140
96


1,078
137
670
211


1
1


9
1
5


1


26
10
10
3


39
6

13
6


29
8
13


1




1


4

1
1


128

5

138

468


18
4
9
9


8i


1


1
236








1






91














GEOKGIA.


77,462


176,409


244,098


119,466


26,215


631,293


263


400


67


4,096


2,629


3,674


183


98



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