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State Records in 1910:
Dist. of Columbia
1910 U.S. Federal Census Records The 1910 census was begun on 15 April 1910. The
enumeration was to be completed within thirty days, or two weeks for
communities with populations of more than five thousand.
The 1910 census schedules record each persons name and relationship
to the head of household; sex; color or race; age at last birthday;
marital status; length of present marriage; if a mother, number of
children and number of living children; birthplace and parents
birthplaces; if foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship
status; language spoken; occupation; type of industry employed in;
whether employer, employee, or self-employed; number of weeks unemployed
in 1909 if applicable; ability to read and write; if attended daytime
school since 1 September 1909; if home was rented or owned; if owned,
whether free or mortgaged; if home was a house or a farm; if a veteran
of the Union or Confederate army or navy; if blind in both eyes, and
if deaf and dumb. The Indian schedule also recorded the tribe and/or