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RESPONDENT NUMBER 01

Taken from: Mexican-Americans in Transition: Migration and Employment in Michigan Cities, 1968-1969.

INTERVIEWER CODE NUMBER

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COUNTY CODE

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HOUSE LOCATION

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NUMBER OF CALLBACKS

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IS THE "JEFE" ALSO PRINCIPAL BREADWINNER

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1A. WHAT KIND OF NEIGHBORHOOD IS THIS?

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1B. TYPE OF TRAFFIC ON R'S STREET

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1C. RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

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ON FARMS ONLY:CLASSIFICATION

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1D. TYPE OF STRUCTURE IN WHICH R LIVES

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CONDITION OF THE HOUSE EXTERIOR

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2. YEAR MARRIED

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3. NON-IMMEDIATE FAMILY IN HOUSE

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3A. TOTAL PERSONS LIVING IN HOUSE

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4. OTHER CHILDREN NOT LIVING AT HOME

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5. FATHER'S OCCUPATION

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6. FATHERS EDUCATION

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7. NUMBER TIMES CHANGE TOWN OF RESIDENCE

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8. WHERE DID YOU LIVE LONGEST UNTIL 16

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9. IN [PLACE...] DID YOU LIVE

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10. UNTIL 16 EVER WORK W/MIGRANTS

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11. PLACE YOU CONSIDER HOME TOWN NOW

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12. FAMILY OR RELATIVES LIVING IN...NOW

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13. NOW OWN ANY PROPERTY

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