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2,693

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2,155

127

169

61

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1,751

461

262

85
626
121
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82

21

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6 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark,
e Includes all other foreign countries.



' See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9. .

8 The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.



586



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEAES OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

PERIODS, AND PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING

KASrSAS CITT, MO.— Continued.



8EX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS,



MALES— Continued.
Trade and transportation — Cont' d.



Salesmen

Steam railroad employees

Stenograpliers 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. . .

Brewers and maltsters

Brick and tile makers, etc



Butchers

Butter and cheese makers .

Cabinetmakers

Carpenters and joiners

Confectioners



Engineers and firemen (not locomotive)
Harness and saddlemakers and repairers

Iron and steel workers '

Machinists

Manufacturers and officials, etc



Marble and stone cutters

Masons (brick and stone)

Meat and fruit packers, canners, etc.

Millers

Miners and quarrymen



Painters, glaziers, and vamishers .

Paper hangers

Photographers

Plasterers



Plumbers and gas and steam fitters

Printers, lithographers, and pressmen.

Saw and planing mill employees

Steam boiler makers



Tailors

Tin plate and tinware makers ,

Tobacco and cigar factory operatives.
Upholsterers ,



FEMALES ».

Agricultural pursuits .
Professional service



Artists and teachers of art

Musicians and teachers of music ,

Physicians and surgeons ,

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc

Domestic and personal service

Boarding and lodging house keepers . . .

Housekeepers and stewardesses '

Laborers (not specified) '

Laundresses

Nurses and midwives

Servants and waitresses

Trade and transportation

Bookkeepers and accountants '

Clerks and copyists'

Merchants and dealers

Messengers, packers, porters, etc

Saleswomen

Stenographers and typewriters '

Telegraph and telephone operators

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.'

Bookbinders

Confectioners

Dressmakers

Milliners

Seamstresses

Tailoresses



Aggre-
gate.



2,973
1,920
329
870
72
327

15, 319



340
514
257
84
116

421

91

147

2,131

177

771
229
275
551
1,219

215
914
468
88
190



294
103
208

630
883
70
77

490
294
191
146

16,169



32
1,217



249

78

666

8,077



681
273
136

2,160
362

4,398

3,506



552
423
121
97
1,005
983
170

3,327



68
109
1,199
291
871
206



NATIVE WHITE.



Native
parents.'



2,028

1,209

240

690

49

233

8,177



123
211

73
9

50

169
37
38
1,462
92

470
142
137
307
710

70
323
211
57
64

738
220



266
609
42
34

101
163
73



7,588



Foreign
parents.'



13

820



53
172

69
436

2,351



360
121
42
387
179
1,182

2,298



285
52
63
635
701
99

2,106



47
63
777
166
.586
122



618
385
77
112
16
78



99
147
43
17
17

122
18
16

306



132

55

59

141

248

47
136
73
12
24

165
40
24
25

168
191
22
28

64
91
58
45

1,192



For-
eign
white.



319

292

12

64



3,148



11

48

IS

135

1,149



102
64
10

203
64

680

941



150

106

24

38

292

246

61

862



20

41
277

97
177

64



112
125
136
53
19

109
34
94

327
33

115
32
64
99

234

76
189
80
17
29

116
18
16
25

81

71

4

15

319
39
51
28

1,690



COLORED.'



Total.



15
4
27

22

267

101

2



3

3,689



18

82

75

728

264



36
30

44
6
77
36
10

283



1

5
107
27
69
20



Negro.



3, 518



47
50
66

1,478
34

1,808

13



' See explanatory notes on page 427.
' Age unknown omitted.



54



15

4

27

22

267

104

2



70



47
50
66

1,478
33

1,808

13



CONJUGAL CONDITION.



Single
and UU'
known



1,565
596
265
262
32
166

5,393



156
177
78
30
43

161
41
31

494
85

179
92
113
230
196

90
259
246
26
56

427
114
43
58

266
449
22
28

161

146

86

65

10, 332



Married.



16
955



44
178

26
605

4,321



79
136

76

682

203

3,081

2,991



482
375
27
89
861
901
164

2,049



568
235
518
134



1,319

1,228

67

588

36

165

9,118



178
310
152
50
73

246
48

106

1,468

85

553
122
165



116
576
197
68
122

663

170

54

126

246
404
46
46

311
137

97
77



Wid-
owed.



66
83
5
14
4
5

691



11
130



29
15

1,496



147
34
22

613
46



5
9
262
28
128
30



159
5



Di-
vorced.



3,005



6
116



33

787



612
224



2
7
324
23
195
40



1
117

1
3
4
1



UNEMPLOYED.'



264



43
6
6
68
10
119



1 to8

months.



147
155

27

100

8

22



35
15
6
26

46
4
17
582
17

71
20
33
53
66

48

249

79



236
73
5
70

77
85



4 to 6

months.



1,754



3
395



802



2
19
28

291
34

419



10

16
104

31
118

16



96
126
12
30
1
18



16

37

8

6

13

20
1

16

431

13

42
6
12
17
35

76

3M

84

4

44

232
81
1
61

60
73
2



7 to 12

monthS:



1,149



63



32
608



6
11
25

228
44

287

158



817



85
54
100
18



' Includes Bohemia.

* Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



587



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
60,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued.



KANSAS CITY, MO.— Continued.



AGE PERlODa.2


Persons

of native

parent-

age.i


PERSONS HAVING EITHEB BOTH PARENTS BOBN AS aPECIFIED OB ONE PABENT BOBN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!




10 to
15

years.


16 to

years.


26 to

H
years.


45 to
64

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary.s


Canada*
(Eng-
lisli).


Canada*
(French).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
Hia.

36
1
1


Bcandl-
navia.s


Other
coun-
tries."




63
6

2

2"

235


910
236
192
112
13
111

2,895


1,612

1,289

129

678

53

191

8,311


363

373

6

73

6

22

8,438


22
16


2,036

1,243

241

694

49

233

9,069


20
5
2


43

22
5
8
1
7

220


5
7
3
2
2
1

60


347
95
18
37
6
19

2,249


154
102
18
37
3
18

967


160
330
20
59
9
32

1,214


11
6
1
1


12

1
1


49
63
6
13
1
5
1

678


26

11
6

7
1

1

282


74

34

7

12


62
63

54


1


55








56


1
438


4
114


1

48


2

48


147


4
343


57
58


8
3
2
4
2

2
2
2
4
3

1
2
9
4

2"

21

2'

10
9
2
2

8
35

i'

5
14
3
2

475


83
104
28
16

28

109
32
12

178
63

80
51
74
166
52

31
117

148

8

29

194
84
15
20

131

277

18

11

80
95
43
42

6,295


203

287

121

62

68

243

43

85

1,021

84

479
111
162
284
673

128

503

259

49

97

615
161
66
109

342
487
42
54

283
133
110

74

7,468


43

102

84

9

17

62
10
37
804
24

198
60
27
88

441

49

260

38

30

66

201
39
16
73

47
75
10
11

104
48
30
23

1,746


3

18
22

3

1

6

3

11

124

3

12
5
3
10
53

7
31
2
1
6

19

1
3
4

1
9


129

242

78

14

79

190

39

38

1,499

96

523
143
152
311

737

92
689
315

59
137

758
236
63
168

281

622

44

34

108

164

82

72

11,260


7
2
7
5

1

8


6
5
2


2
2
2

1


121
98
65
47
12

125
14
62

213

28

69
44
26
99
167

41

109

51

13

6

90
19
6
9

56
78
6
6

121
62
66
35

1,309


20
17
16
2
1

16
7
7
126
9

49
9
36
43
109

28
52
17
6
14

65
9
12
10

43
48
4

8

38
11
4
9

696


24
77
17
5
9

27
10
5
118
20

71
18
27
40
101

31
91
40
2
24

37
6
6

16

102
60
9
19

18
22
17
11

1,397


2

6

13


1
1
7


4

1

24

2


9
32
21

1


11
14
8
6
6

21
7
3

23
6

8
2
9
8
17

4

13
7
1

12
2
2
1

6
12

14
4
3
6

191


4
17
7
1
6

10
1
3

35
6

18
5
5
20
35

3
12
1
2
2

18

12

5

8

16

23

3

2

10
6
4
4

348


59
60
61
6''


2

4

1






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1
1


1


2


5


12
11
26
70
8

18
1

11
19
16

4
30
19
2
1

46
2
5
6

16
12
2
6

74
8
6

2

596


64

65


3

9








66


26
6

11

1

9

7

26

3

8


10
1

3

1
1
1
7






3

1


67


2




68


1
1


69


1


3




70

71


2
6

6
4
5

1
2

3






1
9

1


79






T\


1
3
2


1


74


3


75


1


4


76


2
4

8
6

5

1

7
21
2
2

4
4




77










78


1
2






1


79






80










81












8?


1

1


3
1




1
2


3'


83
84

85














86


18
3
5

4

147


16

7
2




6


17


64
2
10

70


87


4


88


3

28


4
1

31


89


6
231




90


55


47


91





11
398


10
698


10

107


1
7


16
889


2
3






7
72


4
51


3

84










1
17




9?


40


5


2




6


14


34


93


4'

208


22

92

8

223

2,768


43
136

51
390

3,840


3

16
17
48

1,136




53
188

60
487

6,852




4
6
1
18

52




6
12

6
41

677


2
9
5
24

220


io'

1
60

647


1
1










2
9
3
15

134


94


1

1
4

103




1




4


4
2
4

443


5

io'

84

6
4
2

17
6

45

46


95




96


2
23


3

14






13


97


13


5


98


8'

29

"'iib'

149


25
68
62
537
79
1,973

1,924


318
138
64

1,113
179

1,929

1,316


223
62
20

428
84

280

104


15
5
2
38
10
29

10


397
171
108

1,861
212

2,978

2,312




6
7


4


45
20
6
69
40
379

304


30
12
4
25
37
102

183


61

31

8

117
23

389

319


1
1
5
2

4'

11


i'

2
1

17


1
1
1
3
2
6

37


8
14


23
12
3
15
11
67

96


99




1(K»






101


2
1
19

12


6

6

26

85


3
1
6

12


29
11
377

73


102
103
104

105


8
36

1
37
61

4

1

113


291
260
15
52
686
551
106

1,194


240
120

66

8

360

418

62

1,604


12
6
33




366
288
53
53
636
703
99

2,192




23
6




50
26
19
10
110
69
12

349


26

22

6

6

40
66
13

133


48
44
10
9
92
79
26

344


2
2
4


2
2
5


4
3
9


9
8
3
8
28
14
3

66


5
4
3

2
18
10

1

44


17
12
8
6
25
18


106


1
6


4
2
1

4

1


2


107
108


2
22
26

6

54




lOil


17
8

1

389


1


1

4
6

16


3


8


18
3


110

in








6 1112


26


15


2


9


14


84


113


1
6
8
13
26
5


47

77

221

149

313

87


19
20
760
113
411
93


1

5

206

16

108

20




47
63
816
167
624
122




3
2
14
6
8
4


2
1
3
2
2
2


3
19

108
54
74
30


2
4
56
13
31
3


6
8
118
25
81
24








2

2
23

6
17

9


5"

19

6

7


3
4
34
10
10
9


114


1
4


1
2
1
3
1








115




6


1
3
6
2


116
117


12
1





3


118
119









s Norway, Svreden, and Denmark.
• Includes all other foreign countries.



' See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9,
8 The totals for each class include a:



all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.



588



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEAES OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

PERIODS, AND PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING



LAWRENCE, MASS.





SEX AND SELECTED 0CCDPATI0N3.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE


WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


COLOKED.l


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED.'




Native
parents.i


Foreign
parents.1


Total.


Negro.'


Single
and, un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


lto8

months.


4to6
months.


7 to 12
months.


1


MALES'


20, 111


3,074


4,919


12,031


87


29


8,317


10,997


768


29


2,389


1,004


506




Agricultural pursuits


?


196


27


38


131






65


123


8




36


40


8




Agricultural laborers ^






8


125
525


10
214


32
161


83
149






64
227


68
282


8
15


1


23

17


32
5


5
6


4


Professional service


1


1






fi


57
82

2,352


18
36

238


15
24

478


28
22

1,569


1


1


28
30

800


27
50

1,408


2
2

141










fi












7


Domestic and personal service


77


19


8


330


186


110


«


134
122
58
69
1,463

85
54
133
198

3,649


15
10
20
9
89

12
6

12
61

1,041


61

63

9

15

240

9

13
20
41

1,053


68
49
29
31
1,132

8
34
89
96

1,552






38

62

8

13

498

53
17
67
30

1,404


90
64
43
39

867

31
36
62

156

2,116


5
6
7
7
98

1
2
4
10

123


1


4
3


1
4




q








2


in


Hotel and boarding house keepers






11


4
2

56
1
12


4
2

i'

10




4
802






1?




175


100


13




14










1
2
3

44


IS




2

7


10
2

93


3
3

61


ifi


Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc


17


3


3






18


181

69

617

660

94

78
752

68
626
417

74

13,389


61
42
191
93
24

5
174

14
160
158

36

1,564


44

10

218

141

22

19
173

23
249

73

22

3,189


76
17
108
326
47

54
404

31
217
185

17

8,640






47

11

292

168

32

27
176

34
369
132

18

5,821


126
60
212
369
58

48
542

31
247
271

64

7,069


8
8
10
23
4

3
82

3
10
12

2

481


s'

2'

2"

18


3
2
5
33

6

2
5
4
6
16
4

1,913


1




19


Bankers, brokers, of&cials of banks, etc. .
Bookkeepers, clerks, stenographers, etc. 8

Draymen, hackmen, teamsters, etc

Hostlers








'0






5

15

3

5
2
2
11
14


3

5
4


■'1






00


1


1


?.S




"?•(


Merchants and dealers


1


1


2
1

15
10


"")


Packers and shippers . .


?fi








■>?


Steam railroad employees


1


1


?R


Street railway employees


29


Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.^


6


6


712


338


sn


120
171
463
318
106

988

1,968

265

59

217

715
236
68
324
415

266
51
237
129
119

101
866
54
3,162
667

10, 143


11
24
40
71

7

239
131
49
20
27

172

86

7

32

99

27
2
32
16
17

6
45

3
142
33

1,242


32
38
132
70
43

166
467
37
12
57

207
49
17
64

134

64
17
120
46
55

18
238

20
628
148

3,427


77
109
290
177

56

683
1,370
178
27
133

336
101
34
228
182

176
32
86
69
47

74
683

31

2,382

488

5,442






47
48
194
143
59

249

1,125

63

37

71

264
30
15
95

158

100
18

118
67
60

30
422

21

1,613

366

7,672


71
113
244
159

47

695
784
199
20
135

414
194
38
203
239

148
32

113
68
66

67
423

32

1,566

267

1,670


2

9

25

15


i'

i'


4
6
76
76
4

206

276

9

6

26

56
7
9
96
94

28

15

20

6

5

7
93

2
661
100

1,311


2
10
14
22

4

114

64
2
2
9

14
1
8
88
66

8
14
20
2
2

8
46


3

5
7
8


^1









32


Bleachery and dye works operatives . . .

Boot and shoe makers and repairers

Butchers


1


1


M







S'>


Carpenters and joiners






43
58
12
2
11

34
11
5
26
16

18
1
6

4
4

4
21

1

79
33

760


1
1

1

3

1

2'

4'

2

41


35
55
6
3

6

19
8
3
11
10

7
6
3
4
2

2
21

1
72
24

268


?fi


Cotton mill operatives




'


37


Engineers and firemen (not locomotive)
Harness and saddle makers and repairers
Iron and steel workers^


1


1


?0














■11


Manufacturers and officials, etc

Marble and stone cutters






42














•11


Painters, glaziers, and varnishers












•16


Plasterers








Plumbers and gas and steam fitters —






48






44


Printers, lithographers, and pressmen. .








4


4


SI


Textile mill operatives (n. o. «.»)

Tin plate and tinware makers


'S''






63


Woolen mill operatives






lis"

36
429








85


FEMALES'


32


32


Agricultural pursuits


fifi


1
357






1

60






1
331








1
95






57


Professional service


147


160






16


8


2


8


10




Musicians and teachers of music

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service

Boarding and lodging house keepers . . .
Housekeepers and stewardesses 8








68
269

1,349


26
106

246


24
128

194


8
36

882






62
260

858


8

6

223


3
1

267


2

11


8
90

78


5
1

50


1

8

27








60


27


27


fil


128
170
73
121
821


30
46
15
41
104


9

11

18

21

126


89
109
88
59
573






24
84
18
76
642


60
29

27
14

87


68

64
27
30

88


1
3

1
2
4


1
1

10
18
45




2


62
63
64
65


4
2


4
2


5"

8
14
25




2
10
11













' See explanatory notes on page 427.
s Age unknown omitted.



' Includes Bohemia.

* Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



589



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued.



LATTRENCE, MASS.



AGE PERIODS.^


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PERSONS HAVINO EITHER BOTH PARENTS BOBN A3 SPECIFIED OE 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.


66 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary. 3


Canada *

IfsSf:


Canada <
(French).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


Scandi-
navia.!'


Other
coun-
tries."




787


4,959


9,950


3,953


485


8,106


59


553


3,244


1,494


3,413


5,582


442


205


382


69


961


601


1


3


34


71


72


16


28


2


7


63


7


16


53


7


2




4


3


4


2


3


30
91


40
301


43
109


9
24


11
214


2


6
17,


35
27


6
32


9
73


43

124


6


1


3


2

1


2

17


3

17


3

4










15


2
9

388


1,226


17
19

638


2
4

81


18
36

257




3
1

48


1
7

447


4
3

80


2
8

213


17
21

1,001






2


,


7
2

115


3
4

56


5










fi


2


66


27


86


5


7


.......

1

B2


32
23

2

4

248

12
5

37
9

823


96
87
25
24
708

60

37

69

102

2,033


6

12

27

29

425

12
11
26
80

643




15
10
20
13
91

12
7
22
61

1,044






32
8
6


16
11
2
6
26

i'

8
9

188


16
11
7
12
98

6
9
16
33

446


35
71
14
25
695

5
21
48
67

1,056


4








8
1
6


8
9
2
1
22

1
3
3
6

99


8






1

1
2
24

1








9


4

2

65












in












11


2


363

4

7

14

9

480


56


26


81


4


26

66
4
14


12

13


1

1
7

95








2
2




14




5
12

133


i'

22


1




!.■>







Ifi


«


4


126


8


38


17


.......

5
2

4
2

1
14

1

667


18
2
189
94
13

12
73
25
259
88
B

3,623


94

35

265

356

61

53
434

38
294
242

59

6,319


59
16
47
96
14

8
211

4
57
76
10

2,491


9

16

5

8

4

1
32


61
42
191
93
25

5
175

14
160
159

35

1,563




6
1

15
27

4


10
2

30
126
20

7
99

6
106
62

6

2,227


8
3
32
21
1

6
56

4
44

3

2

1,187


41
7
94
47
4

4
94
IS
79
31

7

2,666


45

13

130

220

39

19
183

24
157
14B

16

3,348


1

1
1




B




1


3


18






19








2
2


2
6
1

1
19


20
17


2(1


2






21








2?


1
2






34
71
2
11




1
20


23


16

3

28

18

6

348


14


3


1


24
25


2
9


1


B


1


1
1


6

2


27
6
2

426


26
27










28


269


49


347


172


217


51


788


29


3

3

17

13

1

4

199

3

6

6

2
6

4

i'

13
1

'"'sb'

1

202

35

585


35

25
103

87
38

137

754

27

22

46

172
11
4
38

88

67
8
80
43
35

15
267

16
992
225

4,473


65

92

238

■ 153

55

529
763
154
18
139

357
119
34
189
229

140
30

128
54
69

■52

358

21

1,437

285

4,028


16
44
98
54
11

269

228

76

12

30

162
89
17
88
79

62
12
23
17
13

27
143

14
470
113

952


1
7
6
9

1

49

18

5

1

2

18
17
3
6
12

3

1
4
2

1

7
8
2
50
9

83


11
24
41
71

7

239

132

50

20

27

172
86
7

32
99

27
2
32
15
17

9
45

3
143
33

1,273




1

5

13

11

5

67


25
57
22
89
14

292
592
26
18
27

63
15
IB
82
75

35
6

12
5
7

10
174

12
227

31

1,766


32
6
9
12
19

78

108

3

2

4

32
16

21"

21

4

ig'

7
11

15

97
10

463
106

B38


26
21
113
30
14

128
369
48
10
29

231

62

2

21

67

31
3
50
64
36

21
231

13
675
167

1,406


13
BO
196

71
40

132
406
119

7
102

IBO
34
32
144
111

121
38

101
22
41

23
211

32
632
206

3,615


4


1


1
1
9
13
1

1

23

1




5


1

7
15
4
5

83

63

3

2
5

29
9


,30






31


1


19
6


5"


4
1


22
5


32
33


1

3
5


34






3
8


12

172

2


36


io

1


46
1


36
37






»


1
1


4

21
11


1


6

1
2


8

8

5


3

9
4
2


1

2
2


39

40
41




42




3
16

7
1
9
3
3

1
21

1

39
10

412


4




1


10
14

1
1
2
2


6
6

8


4;-




6


4'!


2


5


17


8


45




46












12
8
4

6
62

3
78
16

442


47










3


4t










4!




2
8


2
4


5
10




7
3


50


2


3


51


26
3

33


272
12

135


82
4

96


70
33

93


2
1

30


443
45

305


53
54

55




1
143














1
14




















5f


173


37


1


147




13


8


46


121












8


5'
















23


24
114

370


25
130

590


8
22

305




26
105

271




3

9

115


1

12

90


4
3

47


10
29

149


13

105

688












1
6

43


.V


1

54














K




4




4


17


21


6C






i'

'""22'


3
19.
13

17
308


70
65
23
60
358


45
64
32
38
116


9

22

4

6

12


30

49
16
42
122




9
9
2
19

75


14
4
B
2

61


B
10
5
6
21


15
23
9
16
79


44
65
33
28
407


1
2






1
3
1
2
10


2
2

ie'


7
2
2
6
27


61






1


65




«;




1






64






3


6E



^Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.

sincludes all other foreign countries.

'The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specined or not.



8See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.
■ Not otherwise specified.



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