Principal Investigator(s): Warner, Sam Bass Jr.
Summary: This data collection provides information on the characteristics of 1,194 Michigan families in rural places, towns and villages, and the urban areas of Detroit in 1850 and 1880. Data are provided on the geographic location of each household and type of locale, total number of residents in the household, and total number of children of the head of each household. Demographic variables provide information on age, race, place of birth, and occupation of the household head and their... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR00032.v1
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