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Title:
United States foreign trade
Series Title:
FT ;
Uniform Title:
United States post-war foreign waterborne commerce, January-October 1946
Portion of title:
Water-borne trade by United States port
Physical Description:
v. : ; 28 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of the Census
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census
Place of Publication:
Washington
Creation Date:
April 1952
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Shipping -- Statistics -- United States   ( lcsh )
Commerce -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Jan. 1946-Mar. 1953.
General Note:
Monthly with annual cumulation.
General Note:
Includes: United States post-war foreign waterborne commerce, January-October 1946 (issued 1947).

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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Charles Sawyer, Secretary


CENSUS
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UNITED STATES FOREIGN


APRIL 1952


WATER-BORNE TRADE BY UNITED STATES PORT


COVERAGE


Coverage of Tables 1 and 2

Vessel export figures in Table 1 of this report in-
clude re-exports, trade between Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto
Rico and foreign countries, export shipments to United
States Government agencies and exports under the various
foreign aid programs made on commercial vessels only.
Starting with the statistics for July 1950, export ship-
ments of "Special Category" commodities are excluded from
the export figures in Table 1 of this report. Also ex-
cluded from these figures are shipments to the United
States armed forces abroad for their own use, shipments
of Department of Defense controlled cargo as described
below, shipments between continental United States and
the Territories and Possessions, and shipments between
the Territories and Possessions. Exports by vessel are
credited to the Customs district and port at which the
merchandise was laden.

Vessel import figures in Table 2 of this report are
general imports and represent the total of imports for
immediate consumption plus entries into Customs boned
warehouses. Imports by vessel are credited to the Cus-
toms district and port at which the merchandise was un-
Sladen, even though this may be different from the Customs
District in which the goods were entered into warehouses
or entered for immediate consumption.

Neither the export nor the import figures in Tables
1 and 2 include information on arrivals or departures of
cargo moving in transit under bond through the United
States from one foreign country to another. Information
on such shipments moving by vessel is presented in Report
-FT 981* and included in Table 3 of this report.

Certain export and import shipments are excluded
from the vessel shipping statistics shown in this report
even though the shipments were made by vessel. In this
category are all export shipments valued at under $10),
import shipments valued at under $100 where the shipping
weight is less than 10,000 pounds, shipments of household
and personal effects, shipments by mail, etc. Import
shipments of 10,000 pounds or over are included regard-
less of value.

Export shipments of Department of Defense controlled
cargo and export shipments of "Special Category" commodi-
ties both of which are included in the total United
States export statistics such as in Reports FT 900, 930,
950, 410, 420, etc., are excluded from the export figures


shown in Tables L and 2 of this report, but information
on such shipments is presented in Report PT 976 and in-
cluded in Table 3 of the report. Department of Defense
controlled cargo represents cargo exported by the Depart-
ment of Defense under special foreign aid programs, i.e.
Civilian Supply, Mutual Security, etc., on United States
flag vessels such as Army or Navy transports and commer-
cial vessels chartered by the Department of Defense under
time charter, voyage c'Xarter and space charter arrange-
ments.

Import shipments on Army or Navy transports (vessels
owned and operated by the Army or Navy) which are in-
cluded in the total United States import statistics such
as in Reports FT 900, 950, 110, 120, etc., are not in-
cluded in the import figures shown in this report. How-
ever, any import shipments on vessels chartered by the
Department of Defense under time charter arrangements are
included (export shipments under such arrangements are
exciuded from the export vessel shipping statistics).

Import or export dollar value figures have not been
ad.iusted for change in price level.

Coverage of Table 3

Table 3 presents consolidated shipping weight fig-
ures which include all inbound and outbound shipments in
the water-borne foreign commerce of the United States
with the various exceptions noted in the individual cov-
erage.statements referred to in the following paragraph.
Included in these consolidated figures are the import and
export shipments presented in Tables 1 and 2 of this re-
port; the inbound and outbound shipments or in-transit
merchandise shown in Summary Report FT 981; and the ex-
port shipments of Department of Defense controlled cargo
and non-Department of Defense controlled shipments of
"Special Category" commodities (see January and February
1952 issues of Foreign Trade Statistics Notesj included
in Summary Report FT 976.

For a more complete statement of the coverage of
Table 3, see the preceding coverage statement for Tables
1 and 2 and the coverage statements appearing in Summary
Reports FT 976 and FT 981.

The data presented in this report are preliminary
and subject to revision.


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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
Roy V. Peel, Director






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Table 3.--TOTAL OUTBOUND AND INBOUND SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE IN THE WATER-BC(NE FOREIGN COMMERCE OF THE
UNITED STATES: APRIL 1952

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds)
[Totals are given for all customs districts at which there are vessel shipments. Only those ports are shown whose
combined export ana import tonnage averaged 5 million pounds or more per month during calendar year 1951. Customs
district totals are for all ports in the district including those not shown. Totals represent the sum of
unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from the sums of the rounded amounts]

Qutbound Inbound

Customs rt APRIL MACH 1951 APRIL MARCH 1951
and port APRIL MARCH monthly monthly
1952 1952 monthly 1952 1952
average average

Grand total............................I 19,663.4 19,331.4 20,183.0 18,481.4 17,716.8 18,141.9

North Atlantic Coast Districts........... 7,209.1 10,544.5 9,072.7 13,976.6 13,723.1 13,496.5

Maine and New Hampshire...................... 49.9 51.5 36.4 1,186.7 1,235.3 1,311.9
Portland................................. 49.5 50.8 30.4 1,114.1 1,128.8 1,197.6
Bangor. .................................. ........... ......... .......... .22.r 34.6 30.9
Eastport.................................. 0.4 0.6 0.5 1.5 2.8 4.9
Portsmouth, N. H.......................... .......... ..... ... .......... .12.5 34.6' 37.2
Sea sport............................................ ........ 5.3 33.6 33.5 27.0
Other.................................... .......... .......... I' ) 0.2 0.2 10.8
Massachusetts................................ 32.2 69.1 63.6 8-6.7 1,032.6 899.2
Boston.................................... 32.2 69.1 63.5 838.0 959.1 849.4
Fall River .............. ................ .......... .......... .......... ........ 73.4 43.9
Rhode Island................................. 0.8 0.6 0.5 137.9 181.4 153.6
Providence................................ 0.8 0.6 0.5 137.9 181.4 147.7
Other ..................................... ............ ........ .) ......... ...... ............ 5.9
Connecticut ................................. .......... ( 1 .......... 34..5 220.2 204.4
Bridgeport................................ .......... ......... ......... 102.2 34.1 37.2
New Haven................................. ........ .. f ... ...... 173.0 150.4 124.5
New London................................ ........... .......... 69.3 35.7 42.6
New York..................................... 1,6)5.5 1,815.6 1,805.5 4,752.6 4,517.1 4,256.1
New York.................................. 1,508.5 1,653.6 1,633.7 4, 70o.8 4,450.4 4,217.6
Albany.................................... 96.9 162.0 170.1 45.7 54.0 30.5
Other..................................... ..................... 1.6 *) 12.7 7.9
Philadelphia................................ 568.5 1,104.1 939.5 3,754.0 3,452.6 3,719.9
Philadelphia, Pa .... ..................... 526.5 1,050.6 8'8.4 2,176.5 1,749.0 2,078.1
Chester, Pa............................... .......... ......... 9.0 ........ ............ 2.5
Wilmington, Del ........................... .......... ......... 0.2 10.2 20.7 22.5
Paulsboro, N. J........................... 34.7 37.7 ,40.3 971.2 1,073.1 851.5
Camden, N. J.............................. .......... ............ 0.8 8.2 16.3 28.4
Gloucester City, N. J..................... .......... ......... .......... 6.8 8.5 11.0
Marcus Hook, Pa............................ 6.1 15.6 39.7 559.1 584.9 701.7
Other......... .... ....................... 1.3 0.3 1.0 21.9 ............ 24.2
Maryland..................................... 1,128.0 1,908.1 1,315.0 2,406.7 2,515.5 2,450.8
Baltimore ................................. 1,127.7 1,908.1 1,315.0 2,337.6 2,451.5 2,407.4
Other..................................... 0.2 ......... .......... 69.1 63.9 43.4
Virginia.................................. 3,824.3 5,595.5 4,912.2 517.6 568.6 500.6
Norfolk................................... 1,719.8 2,739.3 2,438.2 415.9 535.8 430.0
Newport News .............................. 2,104.5 2,856.2 2,.69.7 70.8 16.1 52.6
Richmond ............................ ...... ........ ......... .0.1 20.3 ............ 7.8
Alexandria....................... ................ .......... (s) 10.5 13.8 10.2

South Atlantic Coast Districts........... 249.5 340.9 330.2 728.1 806.1 726.7

North Carolina.................. .. ........................ 2.5 7.0 24.9 48.5 55.2
wilmington, N. C.......................... .......... "2.5 7.0 9.4 25.0 30.6
Morehead City......................... ... ..... ........ ......... 15.5 23.4 24.6
South Carolina ............................... 62.3 142.3 149.6 257.0 245.5 182.4
Charleston............................... 52.3 133.7 1 137.2 256.2 245.5 182.4
Georgetown................................. 10.0 8.6 12.5 0.8 ........... ..........
Georgia........................................ 54.8 54.7 44.0 191.0 271.5 233.6
Savannah ................................ ... 54.8 46.2 44.0 191.0 271.5 233.5
Florida'................................... 132.5 11i.4 129.5 255.2 240.6 255.6
Jacksonville.............................. 57.8 6'.7 35.8 125.0 112.8 126.7
Miami..................................... 10.0 8.9 10.3 50.6 24.9 54.7
West Palm Beach............................ 62.1 67.1 54.2 34.7 33.3 25.8
Pert F'/erglades....................... .....0.1 0.1 2".9 44.9 69.6 48.3
Gulf Coast Districts..................... 5,221.0 5,24".5 '.,127.0 2,099.4 2,136.6 1,840.8
Floridal.................................... 213.6 305.3 302.2 530.. 35.9 75.4
Tampa ..................................... 200.6 202.5 248.9 45.3 23.3 50.5
Pensacola................................. 10.2 37.0 15.6 5.1 7.1 13.6
Bocagrande................................ .......... 64.4 29.7 ........ ............ ..........
Panama City. ............................... 1.9 1.2 6.2 ........ 5.5 11.2
Mobile....................................... 93.2 123.5 111.3 457.5 510.7 514.1
Mobile, Ala............................... 92.0' 105.6 104.5 450.6 485.1 .44.3
Gulfport, Miss............................ 1.3 17.9 6.7 4.3 25.1 69.2

See footnotes at end of table.




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Table 3.--TOGIL OLTrBOUND AND INBOUND SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE TN THE WATER-BORNE FOREIGN COMRCE OF THE
UNITED STATES: APE IL 1952

(Shipping weign-L ir. millions of pounds)

Outbound Inbound
Customs district
and port APRIL MARCH 1991 APRIL MARCH 1951
1952 1952 h1952 192 monthly
average average

Gulf Coast Districts--Continued

New Orleans... .............................. 1,231.4 1,350.3 1,121.2 1,u92.6 1,113.2 83S.g
New Orleans, La........................... 889.2 972.2 863.9 826.2 822.3 62/.7
Baton Rouge, La.......................... ;j.0 7-.3 118.9 202.5 241.9 129.2
Pert Sulphur, La .......................... 107.1 47.. 55.4 0.I 0.4
Other.................................... 185.1 256.1 7c.8 65.7 48.3 80.5
St. Louis .................................... .... .... ......... ........ ......... ...........
Sabine....................................... 519.2 356.0 407.0 4.9 17.7 10.2
Port Arthur, Tex........................... 309.1 73.5 228.6 .......... ......... 1.2
Orange, Tex............................... l-. 7.3 8.9 .......... ......... 1.2
Beaumont, Tex ............................. 9a.4 4 .2 92.0 4.9 4.3 1.7
Lake Charles, La ......................... 99.o 2. 1 ,7.5 ......... 13.4 6.0
Galveston ................................... 3,096.5 3,050.7 2,095.5 442.4 410.2 364.8
Galveston, Tex ............................ 1,105.9 1,357.0 873.8 51.8 26.4 55.4
Houston, Tex.............................. 1,308.4 1,263.3 894.2 390.6 354.8 245.3
Freeport, Tex ............................. 126.7 59.9 64.5 ...... ........ 1.7
Corpus Christi, Tex....................... 193.1 238.6 150.4 .......... 29.0 6.7
Texas City, Tex........................... 362.4 131.9 112.7 .......... ........ 5.6
Laredo ....................................... 67.... 2.7 89.7 51.6 48.8 38.3
Brownsville, Tex .......................... &....8 .3 7,..1 51.3 4., 37.4
Part Isabel............................... 0..3 40. 1i5 5 0.5 0.8

South Pacific Coast Districts ......... .. 1,3i.i ,719.9 1,75.3 -.38.9 466.9 50'.9
San Diego .......... ........................ 0.1 I 0. 1 22.9 .. 2.3
Los Angeles ................................. 1 ,0'..8 987.6 1,205. 1"C.8 18L.3 2?3.5
Los Angeles, Calif........................ 293.0 351.2 556. I 130.6 138.4 170.9
Port San Luis, Cal f.... .................. 27.6 .......... -8.0 ........ ......... ...
Long Beach, Calif......................... 469..1 503.0 472.0 46.2 45.9 60.2
El Segundo, Calif ......................... 102.1 43.9 11.5 .......... ......... 2.4
Ventura, Calif............................. 15.7 .......... 9.2 i .......... ......... ... ...
Morro, Calif............................... 84.9 89.1 103.2 .......... .......... ...........
San Francisco............................... 524.2 "32.3 5.8.3 239.2 277.2 274.1
San Francisco............................. 120.1 125.9 154.9 119.9 118.2 132.4
Stockton, Calif ........................... 13.4 3 .0 43.9 ......... ......... 1.2
Oakland, Calif ............................ o0.7 58.3 71.1 9.5 21.6 21.1
Richmond, Calif.......................... 199.6 183.4 110.0 59.5 132.0 84.9
Alameda, Calif ............................ 21.2 36.3 24.3 1." 0.1 5.2
Martinez, Calif ........................... 77.4 79.6 62.3 ... ...... ........ .........
Redwood City .............................. ......... .......... 2 .3 20.9 ......... 18.9
Selby, Calif............................... 1w) .. I (') 27.8 5.3 10.2
Other .................. .................. 30.4 209.8 46.9 .......... .......... (")
North Pacific Coast Districts ............ i1,01.6 1.130.9 898.5 259.6 300.1 262.0
Oregon ....................................... 655.4 727.9 587.6 15.9 25.0 22.8
Astoria................... ................ 45..2 3t. 1 32.5 .......... 0.2 1.6
Newport, Oreg.............................. 15.5 3.1 9.2 .......... ......... ...........
Coos Bay ................................... 65.8 27 9 57.2 0.1 0.8 0.1
Portland.................................. 226.8 349.9 298.0 8.0 16.0 18.1
Langview, Wash.................. ......... 168.9 194.3 102.5 4.7 4.2 2.1
Vancouver, Wash ........................... 133.3 112.3 79.2 3.2 ......... ()
Other. ... ................................. ......... 4.3 9.1 .......... 3.7 1.0
Uashingtc..a................................. 416.1 403.0 310.8 243.7 275.0 239.2
Seattle................................... 164.4 215.8 143.1 50.8 53.0 59.3
Tacamsa.................................... 224.5 151.6 114.5 33.4 71.2 61.1
Aberdeen-Hoquiam.......................... 11.7 13.3 15.6 ......... ......... 0.7
Bellgham ............................... 5.1 6.9 6.7 60. 57.5 47.4
Everett................................... 3.0 3.0 5.4 18.0 23.2 12.0
Port Angeles.............................. 2.1 1.2 3.5 6.8 5.4 8.5
Port Townsend............................. *) ......... () 64.0 49.2 44.5
South Bend................................ 1.8 3.4 6.7 1.8 4.6 0.3
Olympia................................... 0.4 4.3 10.5 .......... 1.2 (*)
Other..................................... 2.7 2.8 3.4 5.4 ......... 1.8
Great Lakes Districts .................... 4273.1 293.7 3,944.4 792.9 154.3 1,143.7
St. Lawrence................................. 36.8 53.0 40.0 9.7 1.4 65.5
Ogdensburg, N. Y.......................... 36.8 53.0 40.0 9.7 15.4 47.3
Waddington, N. Y .......................... ......... ............ ....- ..... .......... ......... 18.2
Rochester..... .............. ..................... 345.2 .......... 530.4 .......... .......... 3.1
Oawego, N. Y .............................. 39.3 .......... 109.4 .......... ........ 1.4
Rochester, N. Y........................ ... 122.4 .......... 208.6 .......... ......... 1.6
Sodus Point, N. Y......................... 183.5 ........... 212.4 .......... ... ... ... ... ..
Buffalo.................................... 90.1 .......... 88.1 413.1 105.4 320.5
Buffalo, N. Y............................. 90.1 .......... 88.1 409.4 105.4 296.3
Other............................. .... ......... .......... .......... 3.7 ......... 24.3
See footnotes at end of table.




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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Table 3.-T&TAL OUTBOUND AND INBOUND SHIPEsNTS OF MERCHANDISE IN THE KATER-B(RE FPOEIGN CoC9WC OF THE
UNITED STATES: APRIL 1952

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds)


Outbound Inbound

Custom district
and part APRIL MARCH 1951 APRIL MARCH 1
1952Monthly AP ` L. 'MR
195 192 amnth 1952 1952
average aage .

Great Lakes Districts-Continued

Duluth and Superior.................... .... 198.0 ......... 446.9 1A5.7 3.6 80.3
Duluth, Minn.............................. 95.4 ......... 75.7 95.1 3.6 28.1
Ashland, Wis8............................. .......... ...... .. 24.8 ........ ........... 10.1
International Falls, Minn......................... ......... .. ......... ......... ....... 15.4
Superior, Wies............................. 102.5 ......... 342.6 50.6 ........... 26.7
Wisconsin .................................... 11.3 ......... 5.0 14.7 ........... 84.5
Milwaukee, Wie............................ 11.3 ......... 4.5 6.8 ........... 36.3
Marinette...................... .......... .. .............. ..... () ........ .... ...... 10.4
Green Bay ................................. ... ....... ......... 0.5 7.9 ..........9
Manitowoc. .................... .............. ......... .... ......... ... ..... ... ......... 6.
Michigan ............................ ....... 213.2 6.0 468.5 30.9 (*) 95,7
Detroit................................... 52.3 6.0 24.6 10.0 ........... 72.4
Bay City................................. 10.5 ......... 6.9 ........ ........... ........
Escanaba .................................. 44.2 ......... 89.4 ...... .... ...... .......
Marquette........................................ ......... 13.5 ................... ........
Algnac ................... ............. 1.2 (*) 20.2
iuskegon.................................. 14.6 ......... 14.5 ........ ....... ....... 5.7
Calcite.................................. 21.5 ......... 146.6 ........ .......... 0.1
Preeque Isle............................. 68.8 ......... 123.7 ....... ........ .........
Chicago.............................. .......... 277.9 ......... 237.7 98.5 29.9 151.9
Chicago, Ill.............................. 264.5 ....... .. 234.1 98.5 29.9 124.3
East Chicago, Ind......................... 13.4 ... .... 3.6 ...... ............ 25.2
Ohio......................................... 3,100.7 234.7 2,127.8 80.2 ............ 342.2
Cleveland..................... ........... 12.5 ......... 11.1 21.6 ............ 101.8
Toledo ................................... 1,473.8 64.6 927.5 3.7 ........... 17.8
Erie, Pa ................ ....... ........ 150.7 ......... 106.2 ....... ........... 4.
Sanduslky.................................. 306.2 24.9 231.4 (*) ........... (W)
Ashtabula........................... .......... 658.0 73.5 352.5 41.3 ........... 82.6
Conneaut. ................................. 20.0 .... ... 70.0 ........ ........... .........
Fairport.................................. 68.5 3.1 121.3 ........ .......... .........
Huron. ... .......... ............... ....... 18.1 .. ... 13.1 ........ ........... 40.6
Lorain.................................... 392.9 58.6 294.7 13.7 ........... 45.2

U. 5. Territories and Possessesi
Districts ............................ 108.0 56.9 55.9 185.9 129.6 162.2

Puerto Rico.................................. 106.3 55.6 50.0 175.7 102.4 128.1
Mayaguez ................................. .......... 9.6 (*) 23.9 1.9 6.7
Ponce..................................... 35.3 21.2 33.4 30.6 0.7 23.0
San Juan.................................. 23.1 24.8 11.9 120.1 .96.1 90.4
Havaii ....................................... 1.7 1.3 5.4 10.2 27.2 33.3
Honoliulu.................................. 1.4 1.3 4.3 6.5 10.9 24.6
ilo...................................... .................. 0.2 1.8 8.3 4.8
Alaska...................................... (*) () 0.4 (*) (*) 0.9

*Denotes less than 50,000 pounds, less than 50,000 dollars.
'Florlda Atlanti Coast port total aould be added to Forida Gulf Coast prt totals to abtala total shipa at
through the Cuetoe Distriot at Florida.


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