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1930 Characteristics of the Population

1930 Census

  • Vol I - Number and Distribution of Inhabitants, Florida. Total population for states, counties, and townships or other minor civil divisions; for urban and rural areas; and for cities and other incorporated places (pages193-219)
    e.g., Orange County's 27 precincts in 1930 included: South Orlando, North Orlando, Winter Park, Eatonville, Lake Maitland, Lockhart, Fairville, Clarcona, Ocoee, Winter Garden, Oakland, Vineland, Gotha, Windermere, Apopka, Bay Ridge, Zellwood, Taft, Pine Castle, Belle Isle, Edgewood, Conway, Union Park, Bithlo, Christmas, Barton Falls, East Orlo Vista, West Orlo Vista
  • Vol II - General Report. Statistics by Subject
  • Vol III - Composition and Characteristics of the Population, Florida. (pages 393-451)
    reported for counties, 3 large cities (Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa) and 11 smaller cities (Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Key West, Lakeland, Orlando, Pensacola, St. Augustine, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Tallahassee, West Palm Beach), plus limited data for smaller incorporated places
  • Vol IV - Occupations, Florida. (pages 335-373)
    reported for Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Pensacola, St. Petersburg, Tampa, & West Palm Beach
  • Vol V - General Report on Occupations
  • Vol VI - Families and Dwellings, Florida. (pages 265-292)
    reported for counties, 3 large cities (Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa) and 11 smaller cities (Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Key West, Lakeland, Orlando, Pensacola, St. Augustine, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Tallahassee, West Palm Beach), plus limited data for smaller incorporated places

1930 Housing Characteristics

1930 Census

  • Vol VI - Families and Dwellings, Florida. (pages 265-292)
    reported for counties, 3 large cities (Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa) and 11 smaller cities (Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Key West, Lakeland, Orlando, Pensacola, St. Augustine, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Tallahassee, West Palm Beach), plus limited data for smaller incorporated places

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