User:National Institute sandbox 17Z

From FamilySearch Wiki

(Difference between revisions)
m
(3 intermediate revisions by one user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
{{Infobox NIFGS|June 2012| {{US: Occupational Records}} |Beverly Rice, CG}}  
 
{{Infobox NIFGS|June 2012| {{US: Occupational Records}} |Beverly Rice, CG}}  
  
=== The Schedules by Year: ===
+
=== The Schedules by Year:<br>Population and Non-Population Schedules  ===
 
+
==== Population and Non-Population Schedules  ====
+
  
 
=== 1900-1930  ===
 
=== 1900-1930  ===
Line 67: Line 65:
 
*Ownership of Home
 
*Ownership of Home
  
:*Owned or Rented
+
:*Owned or Rented  
 
:*Farm or House
 
:*Farm or House
  
Line 80: Line 78:
 
[[Image:Census17Z.jpg|center|Census17Z.jpg]]<br>  
 
[[Image:Census17Z.jpg|center|Census17Z.jpg]]<br>  
  
 +
<br>
 +
 +
=== References  ===
 +
 +
<references />
  
 
<br>______________________________________________________________<br>  
 
<br>______________________________________________________________<br>  
Line 86: Line 89:
  
 
We welcome updates and additions to this Wiki page.<br>  
 
We welcome updates and additions to this Wiki page.<br>  
 
  
 
[[Category:United_States_Census]]
 
[[Category:United_States_Census]]

Revision as of 03:57, 23 January 2014

 
National Institute for Genealogical StudiesNational Institute for Genealogical Studies.gif

The original content for this article was contributed by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies in June 2012. It is an excerpt from their course US: Occupational Records  by Beverly Rice, CG. The Institute offers over 200 comprehensive genealogy courses for a fee ($).

The Schedules by Year:
Population and Non-Population Schedules

1900-1930

The population schedules for 1900 and after are the only schedules[1] that have survived. Without the additional information that is provided by the non-population schedules, agriculture, manufacture, and social statistics the information from the population schedules will need to rely on other sources to complete the occupational data. These other sources will be discussed in the following sections.

Questions from the 1900 Population Schedule related to occupations:

  • Name of the Individual
  • Occupation, Trade or Profession of each person ten years of age or over
  • Education
  • Can read (previously this was cannot)
  • Can write (previously this was cannot)
  • Can speak English
  • Ownership of Home
  • Owned or Rented
  • Farm or House

Questions from the 1910 Population Schedule related to occupations:

  • Name of Individual
  • Occupation
  • Trade, profession, or particular kind of work done by person, as spinner, salesman, laborer, etc.
  • General nature of industry, business or establishment in which this person works as cotton mill, dry goods store, farm, etc.
  • Ownership of Home
  • Owned or Rented
  • Farm or House

Questions from the 1920 Population Schedule related to occupations:

  • Name of Individual
  • Occupation
a. Trade, profession or particular kind of work done by person, as spinner, salesman, laborer, etc.
b. Industry, business, or establishment, in which this person works as cotton mill, dry goods store, farm, etc.
c. Employer, salary or wage, worker or working on won account
  • Ownership of Home
  • Owned or Rented
  • Farm or House

Questions from the 1930 Population Schedule related to occupations:

  • Name of Individual
  • Occupation and Industry
a. Occupation --Trade, profession or particular kind of work done by person, as spinner, salesman, laborer, etc.
b. Industry or business as cotton mills, dry goods store, shipyard, public schools, etc.
  • Class of Worker (Employer, worker, owner )
  • Employment,
a. whether actually at work yesterday for the last regular working day (yes or no)
b. If not, line number on Unemployment Schedule
  • Ownership of Home
  • Owned or Rented
  • Farm or House

Charles E. Sanders household, 1880 U.S. census, Santa Clara County, California population schedule, Gilroy Township (outside city), enumeration district 258, supervisor’s district 1, sheet 37 (page 414A), dwelling 235, family 235, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 82

Sanders17Z.jpg


Charles E. Sanders, 1880 U.S. census, Santa Clara County, California agriculture schedule, Gilroy Township, enumeration district 258, supervisor’s district 1, sheet 20, line 3; California microfilm C131, reel 1 California History Room, California State Library, Sacramento, California.

Census17Z.jpg


References

  1. exception is the Minnesota manufacture schedule for 1900


______________________________________________________________

Information in this Wiki page is excerpted from the online course US: Occupational Records offered by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies. To learn more about this course or other courses available from the Institute, see our website. We can be contacted at wiki@genealogicalstudies.com

We welcome updates and additions to this Wiki page.