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INDUSTRY CODE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

BUDGET NUMBER

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

STATE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

NATIONALITY

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

HUSBAND'S OCCUPATION

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

WIFE'S CONDITION

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

CHILDREN WORKING

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

CHILDREN IN SCHOOL

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

CHILDREN AT HOME

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

CHILDREN UNKNOWN

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

BOARDERS

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

TOTAL IN FAMILY

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

HUSBAND'S AGE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

WIFE'S AGE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

FIRST CHILD'S AGE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

FIRST CHILD'S SEX

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

SECOND CHILD'S AGE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

SECOND CHILD'S SEX

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

THIRD CHILD'S AGE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

THIRD CHILD'S SEX

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

FOURTH CHILD'S AGE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

FOURTH CHILD'S SEX

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

FIFTH CHILD'S AGE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

FIFTH CHILD'S SEX

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

SIXTH CHILD'S AGE

Taken from: Cost of Living of Industrial Workers in the United States and Europe, 1888-1890 - Analytic Variables.

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