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MEMBERS OF HOUSEHOLDS FOR WHOM DETAILED INFORMATION WAS SECURED.

The table below shows, by general nativity and race of head of household, persons in the households studied and persons for whom detailed information was secured.

TABLE 268.-Persons in households studied and persons for whom detailed information was secured, by general nativity and race of head of household.

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Of the persons for whom detailed information was secured, 82.4 per cent were in the households of foreign-born heads, 12.9 per cent were in households of which the heads were native-born of foreign father, and 4.7 per cent were in households of which the heads were native-born of native father. Of persons in the households of foreign-born heads, a very large proportion were in the households of South Italian and Magyar heads, a considerable proportion in the households of Swedish and Welsh heads, and only a very small proportion in the households of North Italian, Lithuanian, and Polish heads. It will be noted that detailed information was secured for all persons in the households studied.

In the table next presented the sex of persons for whom detailed information was secured is shown, according to general nativity and race of head of household.

TABLE 269.—Sex of persons for whom detailed information was secured, by general nativity and race of head of household.

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Of the persons in the households studied, 56.7 per cent are males. The proportion of males is largest in the households of foreign-born heads, second largest in the households the heads of which are nativeborn of native father, and smallest in the households of which the heads are native-born of foreign father. Of the households of the foreign-born, those of Magyar and South Italian heads have the largest and those of Ruthenian and Welsh heads the smallest proportion of males.

The table following shows persons in the households studied for whom detailed information was secured, by sex and by general nativity and race of individual.

TABLE 270.-Persons for whom detailed information was secured, by sex and by general nativity and race of individual.

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It appears from the above table that 54.9 per cent of the males and 43 per cent of the females for whom information was secured are foreign-born, that 33 per cent of the males and 42.1 per cent of the females are native-born of foreign father, and that 12.1 per cent of the males and 14.9 per cent of the females are native-born of native father. Among the native-born of foreign fathers, both males and females, those of South Italian and Magyar fathers have the largest representation. The South Italians and Magyars, both males and females, have also the largest representation among the foreign-born.

EMPLOYEES FOR WHOM INFORMATION WAS SECURED.

The following table shows the number and percentage of male employees for whom detailed information was secured, by general nativity and race.

TABLE 271.-Male employees of each race for whom information was secured.

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CHAPTER II.

RACIAL DISPLACEMENTS.

Period of residence in the United States of members of immigrant households studied-Racial classification of employees at the present time-[Text Tables 272 to 274 and General Tables 13, 14, and 207].

PERIOD OF RESIDENCE IN THE UNITED STATES OF EMPLOYEES AND MEMBERS OF THEIR HOUSEHOLDS.

The following table shows the per cent of foreign-born male employees in the United States each specified number of years, by race. TABLE 272.-Per cent of foreign-born male employees in the United States each specified number of years, by race.

(STUDY OF EMPLOYEES.)

[By years in the United States is meant years since first arrival in the United States. No deduction is made for time spent abroad. This table includes only races with 40 or more males reporting. The total however, is for all foreign-born.]

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Of the 524 foreign-born male employees of this industry for whom information was obtained, 45.8 per cent have been in the United States less than ten years, 14.7 per cent have been in the United States from ten to nineteen years, and 39.5 per cent have been in the United States twenty years or over.

As between the several races, the small proportions of the English, Germans, and Irish with a residence of less than five years are in striking contrast with the proportion shown by the Poles, which proportion, in turn, is in striking contrast with the very large proportion of Slovenians with this period of residence-the Slovenians, it will be noted, reporting 82.9 per cent as compared with 47.6 per cent of the Poles. Of those who have been in the United States from five to nine years, the Poles with 38.1 per cent show a much larger proportion than do the Slovenians and a very much larger proportion than do the Germans, Irish, or English, while of those who have been in the United States twenty years or over, the Poles and Slovenians each

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