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HAPTER V.-Canastota, N. Y.-South Italian onion growers:

Page. Table 34. Value of property brought to Canastota by South Italians, net

value of property now owned, and number of years since first lease or
purchase.

154 Table 35. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical South Italian families, Canastota, N. Y.

162, 163 RAPTER VI.-Lyons and Clyde, N. Y.-South Italian truck farmers: Table 36. Value of property brought to Lyons and Clyde by South Italians,

net value of property now owned, and number of years since first lease
or purchase..

173 Table 37. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical South Italian families, Lyons and Clyde, N. Y...

182-185 CHAPTER VII –Port Byron, N. Y.-South Italian small farmers:

Table 38. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical South Italian families, Port Byron, N. Y...

196, 197 CHAPTER VIII.-South Glastonbury, Conn.-North Italian fruit growers: Table 39. Condition of land and size of farms first rented or purchased by North Italians, South Glastonbury, Conn.....

201 Table 40. Classification of farms, by values of specified farm products

produced and sold, North Italian farmers, South Glastonbury, Conn.... 205 Table 41. Condition of land and size of farms now rented or owned by 26 North Italians, South Glastonbury, Conn...

208 Table 42. Condition of land, size of farms, and average value of 24 farms owned by North Italians, South Glastonbury, Conn...

209 Table 43. Value of property brought to South Glastonbury by North

Italians, net value of property now owned, and number of years since
first lease or purchase..

209 Table 44. Classification of live stock kept by 25 North Italian farmers, South Glastonbury, Conn...

210 Table 45. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical North Italian families, South Glastonbury, Conn..

216-219 CHAPTER IX.- Johnston Township, R. I. --South Italian small farmers:

Table 46. Range of assessments, Italian farmers, Johnston Township, R. I.,
1909..

226 Table 47. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical Italian families, Olneyville, R. I.....

230-233 CHAPTER X.-Italians in the Southern States: Table 48. List of Italian rural communities in the South investigated by the Immigration Commission, 1909

235 Table 49. White male breadwinners in the Southern States having one or both parents born in Italy..

237 Table 50. Number of North and South Italian immigrants destined to

States specified, and alien North and South Italian residents of such
States leaving the United States, fiscal year 1909..

238 CHAPTER XII.—St. Helena, N. C.-North Italian truck growers:

Table 51. Normal monthly and annual temperature and precipitation
and dates of first and last killing frosts, Wilmington, N. C..

257 Table 52. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical North Italian families, St. Helena, N. C.......

264, 265 CHAPTER XIII.-Independence, La. -South Italian strawberry growers: Table 53. First purchase of land, condition, size of farms, and price paid, South Italians, Independence, La.

269 Table 54. Classification of farms by values of specified farm products produced and sold...

273 Table 55. Value of property brought to Independence by South Italians, net value of property now owned, and number of years since first lease or purchase.

280 Table 56. Literacy of persons 10 years of age or over, by sex and general nativity and race of individual..

283 Table 57. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical South Italian families, Independence and Hammond, La.......

287 CHAPTER XIV.-Kenner, La.-South Italian truck gardeners:

Table 58. Economic history and present financial condition of certain
typical South Italian families, Kenner, La...

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Page CHAPTER XV.-Daphne, Ala., and scattered settlements, South Italian truck farmers: Table 59. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical South Italian families, Daphne, Ala......

302, 303 CHAPTER XVI.-Yazoo-Mississippi Delta-Italian cotton growers:

Table 60. Summary of the Italian colonies visited in the Delta region.... 303 Table 61. Classification of farms, by values, of specified farm products produced and sold, Italian farmers in the Yazoo Delta....

313 Table 62. Value of property brought to locality, net value of property

now owned, and number of years since first lease or purchase, North and
South Italians in the Yazoo Delta...

314 CHAPTER XVII.--Sunnyside, Ark.-North Italian cotton growers:

Table 63. General condition of 20 Italian families and 20 negro families renting cotton farms, Sunnyside, Ark.....

326, 327 Table 64. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical North Italian families, Sunnyside, Ark..

336, 337 CHAPTER XVIII.-Gracie, Ark., Millikens Bend, and Shreveport, La., and scattered settlements of Italian cotton growers: Table 65. Economic condition of certain typical Italian tenants, Gracie, Ark..

341 CHAPTER XIX.-Italian rural settlements in Texas:

Table 66. Economic condition of certain typical North Italian families,
Montague, Tex.....

318 Table 67. Economic condition of certain typical North Italian families, League City, Tex.

343 Table 68. Economic condition of certain typical South Italian families, Bryan, Tex...

352 Table 69. Economic condition of certain typical South Italian families, Dickinson, Tex..

357 CHAPTER XXI.—Marshfield, Mo.-North Italian and German:

Table 70. Economic history and present financial condition of certain

typical North Italian and German families, Marshfield, Mo...... 374, 375 CHAPTER XXII.--Knobview, Mo.-North Italian fruit growers:

Table 71. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical North Italian families, Knobview, Mo....

383 CHAPTER XXIII.-Paradise Ridge, Tenn.-North Italian truck gardeners:

Table 72. Italians engaged in gainful occupations, Tennessee, 1900..... 385 CHAPTER XXIV.Genoa, Wis.- North Italian general farmers:

Table 73. Assessments of property owned by 38 North Italian families,
Genoa, Wis., by classified values, 1909..

401 Table 74. Number of North Italian farmers, Genoa, Wis., who owned property of specified values, 1909...

402 Table 75. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical North Italian families, Genoa, Wis.....

406-409 CHAPTER XXV.--Cumberland, Wis.-South Italians on the North Wisconsin cut-over lands: Table 76. Number of cheese factories and creameries in Barron County, Wis., and the value of products specified, by years.

417 Table 77. Assessor's values, land and improvements owned by South Italians, Cumberland, Wis., 1909...

419 Table 78. Economic history and present financial condition of certain typical South Italian families, Cumberland, Wis...

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PRESENTED BY MR. DILLINGHAM

JUNE 15, 1910.–Referred to the Committee on Immigration

and ordered to be printed, with illustrations

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

1911

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