Immigrants in industries

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1911
 

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Page 132 - Under 1 year .... 1 and under 2 2 and under 3 3 and under 4 4 and under 5 . . 5 and under 6 6 and under 7 7 and under 8 . .' 8 and under 9 .... 9 and under 10 10 and under...
Page 381 - This table shows wages or earnings for the period Indicated, but no account Is taken of voluntary lost time or lost tune from shutdowns or other causes.
Page 200 - One room. Two rooms. Three rooms. Four, rooms Five rooms. Six rooms. Seven rooms or over.
Page 417 - The camps are on sidings, ladders being raised to the open doorways. So long as the work is within several miles of the camp, the car is not moved, the men traveling to and fro on hand cars; but when necessary, a...
Page 464 - ... and boarders or lodgers. The term " family " as used throughout these tables refers in general to the immediate family composed of husband, wife, and children. Groups of persons among whom none of these relations exist are not considered families. Households in which complicated relationships exist have been resolved into the component immediate families. Remnants of families maintaining a home are considered families when either husband or wife is present. The general tables show results of...
Page 240 - Rate in respect of property of the annual rateable value of £ 1 and under £'2 ; £2 and under £3 ; £3 and under £4 ; £4 and under £5 ; £5 and under £6 ; £6 and under £7 ; £7 and under £8 ; £8 and...
Page 514 - States 5 years or over and who were 21 years of age or over at time of coming, by race.

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