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The 1920 (federal) census is the 14th population census conducted in the United States. Enumerators were given one month, starting on January 1, 1920 to travel around the state and collect census information. Some of the data collected in this census includes: name, relation to head of household, whether home owned or rented, gender, color or race, age at last birthday, marital status, year of immigration, whether naturalized or alien, year of naturalization, school status, able to read or write, birthplace, mother tongue, whether able to speak English, trade or profession, employed in what industry, salary or wage information, and farm schedule.
There are 63,678 names listed.
|Citation:||Source: 14th census, Yakima County, 1920. http://www.sos.wa.gov/library/catalog.aspx - 14th census of population, 1920, Washington [microform] / [United States Census Office] Pub Info Washington, D.C. : Bureau of the Census, Micro-Film Laboratory, [196-?] WSL NW Microfilm, NW MICRO 929.3797 CENSUS 1920, reels 26-27.|