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TABLE 14.—Employees of each race for whom information was secured, by ser—Continued.

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France.
Germany.
Greece.
Ireland.
Italy..
Netherlands.
Norway.
Russia.
Scotland
Spain.
Sweden
Switzerland.

Wales.
Foreign-born, by race:

Albanian..
Armenian.
Bohemian and Moravian.
Bosnian..
Bulgarian.
Canadian, French.
Canadian, Other
Croatian
Danish..
Dutch..
English
Finnish
Flemish.
French.
German..
Greek..
Hebrew, Russian..
Hebrew, Other..
Irish
Italian, North.
Italian, South.
Lithuanian..,
Macedonian.
Magyar.
Montenegrin
Norwegian
Persian
Polish..
Roumanian
Russian
Ruthenian
Scotch
Scotch-Irish.
Servian.
Slovak
Slovenian
Spanish.
Swedish.
Syrian.
Turkish.
Welsh.
Austrian (race not specified).
Belgian (race not specified).
Swiss (race not specified)..

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Number of male employees for whom detailed information was secured, by general nativity and race.

(This chart shows only races represented by 200 or more employees.)

GENERAL NATIVITY AND RACE

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NATIVE-BORN OF NATIVE FATHER

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BY COUNTRY OF BIRTH OF FATHER

ENGLAND
GERMANY
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RUSSIA

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FOREIGN-BORN, BY RACE

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GERMAN
GREEK
IRISH
ITALIAN, NORTH
ITALIAN, SOUTH
LITHUANIAN
MAGYAR
POLISH
RUSSIAN
SLOVAK
SWEDISH

Of 26,795 persons employed in the manufacture of agricultural implements for whom information was secured, 25,560 are males and 1,235 are females. Of both the males and females the largest proportion are foreign-born and the smallest proportion native negroes born of native father, there being a slightly larger proportion of native whites born of native father than of native males born of foreign father, and a somewhat larger proportion of native-born of foreign father than of native white females born of native father. Of the several races which compose the foreign-born, the Polish show the largest proportion of both males and females, no other race showing as high as 10 per cent of either. Of the native-born of foreign father, those whose fathers were born in Germany constitute the largest proportion of both males and females.

The geographical distribution of the several races employed in the industry is set forth in the following table, which shows, by locality and by sex, the race of employees for whom information was secured:

TABLE 15.- Race of employees for whom information was secured, by locality and by sex.

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TABLE 15.-Race of employees for whom information was secured, by locality and by sex

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Foreign-born, by race-Contd.

Dutch.
English..
Finnish
Flemish
French
German.
Greek.
Hebrew, Russian.
Hebrew, Other.
Irish....
Italian, North
Italian, South
Lithuanian.
Macedonian
Magyar..
Montenegrin.
Norwegian.
Persian.
Polish
Roumanian
Russian..
Ruthenian.
Scotch...
Scotch-Irish
Servian..
Slovak.
Slovenian..
Spanish.
Swedish
Syrian..
Turkish
Welsh
Austrian (race not speci-

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Belgian (race not speci-

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Of the total number of employees in each locality for whom information was secured, 47.8 per cent of those in the East, 62.2 per cent of those in the Middle West, and 59.6 per cent of the employees of the total industry are of foreign birth. The employees who are nativeborn of foreign father show 22.3 per cent in the Ěast, 19.7 per cent in the West, and 20.2 per cent in the whole industry of the total number of employees for whom information was secured. The employees who are native whites born of native father show 29.6 per cent in the East, 17.2 per cent in the Middle West, and 19.4 per cent in the total. The negroes who are native-born of native father show 0.2 per cent in

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the East, 0.9 per cent in the Middle West, and 0.8 per cent of the total number of employees for whom information was secured in the whole industry.

Of the employees who are native-born of foreign father, those whose fathers were born in Ireland show 9.1 per cent in the East, those whose fathers were born in Germany 11.3 per cent in the Middle West, and 10.1 per cent in the total for the whole industry, while no native-born employees whose fathers were born in other specified countries show over 5 per cent in either locality.

Of the foreign-born employees, the Poles show the largest proportion for whom information was secured in each locality, or 12.4 per cent in the East, 21.2 per cent in the Middle West, and 19.6 per cent in the total for the whole industry. In the East the Irish show the next highest per cent, and in the Middle West and in the total the Germans the second highest per cent, while no employees who are of other specified races show over 5.1 per cent in the East or over 7.3 per cent in the Middle West.

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