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US Census Guide
Guide, Clues & Finding Aid for the U. S. Federal Census 1790-1930.
1920 Ancestry Census Records Search
Search the 1920 United States Federal Census
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Many names are misspelled in the index. It may be incorrect on the original census, the handwriting may have difficult to decipher, or the microfilm may have been too faded to read correctly. Use these hints to expand your search.
Census Date - January 1, 1920
Population - 106,021,537
US States - 48
Relation to head of household
Whether home owned or rented; if owned, whether free or mortgaged
Color or race
Age at last birthday
Year of immigration
Whether naturalized or alien
If naturalized, year of naturalization A or AL - Alien; NA - Naturalized; NR - Not Reported; PA - First Papers Filed
Whether attended school since 1 September 1919
Whether able to read; whether able to write
Birthplace (state, territory or country), and mother tongue
Birthplaces (state, territory or country) and mother tongues of parents
Whether able to speak English
Trade, profession or type of work done
Employed in what industry
Whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account
Number of farm schedule
1920 Census Search Help
---W (white) ---B (black) ---Mu (mulatto) ---In (Indian) ---Ch (Chinese) ---Jp (Japanese) ---Fil (Filipino) ---Hin (Hin) ---K (Korean) ---Ot (Other)
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