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12/10/2018 07:53 PM
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1927 BOOK ON IMMIGRANTS PLUS THEIR CHILDREN

Age: 1927

Size: 7 1/8” x 10 1/4”

Rating: 8

Comments: The Department of Commerce and the Bureau of the Census provided information for this book entitled “Immigrants and Their Children – 1920” by Niles Carpenter. It is 432 pages in good condition with some page yellowing. It is a very interesting study based on Census statistics relative to the foreign born and the native white of foreign or mixed parentage. It has interpreted summaries regarding many different statistics including year and geographic distribution of native and foreign stock, marital condition, intermarriage and illegitimacy of different immigrant groups, occupations of the foreign-born population, percent of males and females at age of maximum fecundity and average number of children ever born to mothers of 1920, by color and age of mother, and for white children, by country of birth of mother. Fascinating!!

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