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- 1840 United States census, Revolutionary War veterans
- 1890 U.S. Census, Civil War Union Veterans and Widows
- Alabama State Census 1855
- Alabama State Census 1866
- California Great Registers 1866-1910
- California State Census 1852
- Colorado State Census 1885
- Florida State Census 1935
- Florida State Census 1945
- Minnesota State Census 1865
- Minnesota State Census 1875
- Minnesota State Census 1885
- Minnesota State Census 1895
- Minnesota State Census 1905
- Minnesota Territorial Census 1857
- South Carolina, legislative papers 1782-1929
- South Carolina, plats for state land grants 1784-1868
- South Dakota State Census 1905
- South Dakota State Census 1915
- South Dakota State Census 1925
- South Dakota State Census 1935
- South Dakota State Census 1945
- US Census 1790
- US Census 1800
- US Census 1810
- US Census 1820
- US Census 1830
- US Census 1840
- US Census 1850
- US Census 1850 Mortality Schedule
- US Census 1850 Slave Schedule
- US Census 1860
- US Census 1870
- US Census 1880
- US Census 1890
- US Census 1900
- US Census 1910
- US Census 1920
- US Census 1930
- US Census 1930 Merchant Seamen schedule
- US Census 1940 (Free Access)
1910 Census Quick Facts
- 1910 U.S. Census Date:
April 15, 1910
(All reported data is “as of” this official date chosen by the census agency)
- 1910 Census Duration:
- 1910 U.S. Census Population:
- President during 1910 Census:
William H. Taft
1910 Census Data: 13th United States Census
- It took approximately $15,968,000 and 70,286 enumerators to complete the 1910 census, producing a total of 11,456 pages in published reports.
- The US population increased by 21 percent from the 1900 census to the 1910 census.
- The 1910 census switched page orientation from portrait to landscape.
Information requested by the 1910 Census
The 1910 census provided information about every individual in the house including:
- Relationship to head of household
- Place of birth (state, territory, or foreign country)
- Parents place of birth (state, territory, or foreign country)
- Whether able to speak English, if not, other language spoken
- Profession, occupation, or trade
- General nature of industry or business
- Whether able to read and write
What was lost from the 1910 Census?
No major loss of records for the 1910 U.S. census.
Famous people in history: Henry Ford
Born July 30, 1863 in Dearborn, Michigan, Henry Ford's launched the Ford Motor Company in 1908. Ford improved upon his first horseless carriage by crafting the Model T, which was affordable, easy to drive, simple to repair, and allowed the Ford Company to post 100 percent gains in the first years of operation.
Arguably Ford's largest impact was on the manufacturing industry itself. He revolutionized manufacturing with the moving assemble line method of mass production. Ford earned his reputation as a leading businessman by attracting skilled workers with unparalleled steady wages and profit sharing. Henry Ford died in 1947 at the age of 83.
Historical events surrounding the 1910 U.S. Census
- May 30, 1911: The Indianapolis 500 auto race is held for the first time.
- April 14, 1912: The Titanic strikes an iceberg and sinks on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean.
- March 12, 1912: The Girl Scouts, formerly known as The American Girl Guides, is formed.
- January 15, 1915: The United States Coast Guard is established replacing the U.S. Life-Saving Services.