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Oklahoma Census: 1910 & 1920: 1910 Oklahoma Census

Information from the Federal Censuses of Oklahoma in 1910 and 1920.

Oklahoma Population Statistics from the 1910 Federal Census

Oklahoma Population Statistics from the 1910 Federal Census

 

Source: United States. Bureau of the Census. Thirteenth census of the United States taken in the year 1910. Vol. 3. Population 1910. Reports by states, with statistics for counties, cities and other civil divisions. Nebraska - Wyoming, Alaska, Hawaii, and Porto [sic] Rico. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1913, p. 433-484.

Chapter 1: Number of Inhabitants

Chapter 2: Composition and Characteristics of the Population


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CONTENTS

 

Chapter One: Number of Inhabitants
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MAPS TABLES

Per Cent of Increase or Decrease of Population of Oklahoma, By Counties, 1907-1910

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1. Population of Minor Civil Divisions: 1910, 1907, 1900 and 1890

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Density of Population of Oklahoma, By Counties: 1910

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2. Population of Incorporated Places: 1910, 1907, 1900 and 1890

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Source: United States. Bureau of the Census. Thirteenth census of the United States taken in the year 1910. Vol. 3. Population 1910. Reports by states, with statistics for counties, cities and other civil divisions. Nebraska - Wyoming, Alaska, Hawaii, and Porto [sic] Rico. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1913, p. 433-458.

Chapter Two: Composition and Characteristics
of the Population

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SUMMARY TABLES DETAILED TABLES
1. Color, Nativity, and Parentage

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I.  Composition and Characteristics of the Population For the State and For Counties

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2. Sex, For the State and Principal Cities

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II. Composition and Characteristics of the Population For Cities of 25,000 or More

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3. Native Population, Distinguished as Born In State or Outside State

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III. Composition and Characteristics of the Population For Cities of 10,000 to 25,000

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4. State or Division of Birth

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IV. Composition and Characteristics of the Population For Cities of 2,500 to 10,000

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5. Foreign White Stock, By Nationality

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V. Composition and Characteristics of the Population For Wards of Oklahoma City

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6.  Males of Voting or Militia Ages

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7. Age, For the State

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Notes on Counties

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8. Age, For Urban and Rural Population

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9. School Attendance

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10. Illiterate Persons 10 Years of Age and Over

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Per Cent of Negroes in Total Population of Oklahoma, By Counties: 1910

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11. Marital Condition of Persons 15 Years of Age and Over

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12. Age, For Cities of 25,000 or More

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13. Marital Condition, For Cities of 25,000 or More

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14. Indian, Chinese and Japanese Population for Principal Counties

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Source: United States. Bureau of the Census. Thirteenth census of the United States taken in the year 1910. Vol. 3. Population 1910. Reports by states, with statistics for counties, cities and other civil divisions. Nebraska - Wyoming, Alaska, Hawaii, and Porto [sic] Rico. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1913, p 459-484.