Farm population estimates

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Farm population estimates
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English
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United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Economic Research Service. -- Economic Development Division
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Economic Research Service
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Farm Population Branch
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Economic Research Service. -- Human Resources Branch
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Economic Development Division.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Creation Date:
1946
Frequency:
annual
regular

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Farmers -- Statistics -- United States   ( lcsh )
Population, Rural -- Statistics -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Issuing Body:
Issued --1950-59 by U.S. Agricultural Marketing Service; 1910-62 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service; 1963-64 by the Economic Research Service, Farm Population Branch; 1965-72 by the Economic Research Service, Human Resources Branch.
General Note:
Issues for --1950-59 are U.S. Agricultural Marketing Service AMS 80; 1910-62--1973 are U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service. ERS 130 etc.; 1974- are Agricultural economic report no. 319, etc.

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics












FARM POPULATION ESTIMATES
UNITED STATES AND MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC DrIISIONS
1910.- 1946




Estimates for 1910-42 are identical with those
released in November 1942. Annual estimates
are based on questionnaires returned by farmers
from all parts of the country. Since January
1944, estimates have been adjusted to the level
of farm population of the United States as
estimated jointly by the Bureau of the Census
and the Burea* of Agricultural Economics on the
basis of enumerative surveys.













Washington, D. C.
June 1946


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Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington 25, D. C.

June 1946


FARM POPULATION ESTIMATES
UNITED STATES AND MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS
1910 1946


During 1945, the farm population of the United States showed a net
increase for the first year since 1932, according to estimates of the
Bureau of Agricultural Economics. The number of people living on farms
was estimated as 25,990,000 in January 1946, which was 800,000 more than
at the beginning of 1945. Over.half of the net increase in the farm
population was due to men returning to farms from the armed forces. They
exceeded by 452,000 the number of men who left the farm population during
the year to enter the armed forces. The remaining increase of 348,000
was due to the customary excess of births over deaths in the farm popu-
lation Migration of the civilian population away from farms was just
equal to the migration to farms in 1945.

The year 1945 included about 7 months of the climax of World War II
and about 4H months of rapid military demobilization and industrial
reconversion following the defeat of Japan. While the return to the farm
population of men from the armed forces constituted an important change
in the farm population, the return of workers and their families who had
migrated to work in urban centers during wartime was completely offset
by other persons moving away from farms during the year.

The fact that civilian migration to farms balanced that from farms
is a marked departure from the usual situation In the 25 years from
January 1920 to January 1945 the net loss from farms through migration
(not including men entering or leaving the armed forces) averaged 600,000
a year Even during the 1930-40 decade, when changes in the farm popu-
lation resulted in a level approximately the same in 1940 as in 1930,
there was an average net yearly migration of approximately 375,000. The
balancing of civilian migration from farms in 1945 by migration to farms
resulted from an increase of approximately 264,000 in the number moving
to farms and a decrease of 212,000 in the number moving from farms as com-
pared with the preceding year

Farm population increased in every major geographic division of the
country in 1945. The Pacific Division had the highest rate of increase,
7 percent, followed by the Mountain Division with a 5 percent increase.
The higher rate of increase in these .Western States may have been due in
part to persons moving out to farms from the congested cities of the West
Coast, and in part to some migration of discharged veterans and civilians
from other parts of the country. A War Department survey made in the






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summer of 1944 of soldiers' intentions with respect to place of residence
after the war had indicated that the West would receive relatively more
migrants than the rest of the country.

Five of the seven divisions outside of the West had increases of 3
or 4 percent in farm population during the year. The West North Central
and the South Atlantic Divisions had increases of only 2 percent in both
cases The lack of much variation among divisions outside of the West in
rate of increase in farm population during 1945 is due to the fact that
the increase was mainly return of veterans, and that men from all States
were discharged from the armed forces at fairly uniform rates.

Further reduction in the net strength of the armed forces during
1946 is expected to result in a net return of veterans to the farm popu-
lation which may be approximately as great this year as in 1945. Since
birth and death rates do not change rapidly, the natural increase in the
farm population will be approximately the same as in 1945. Thus the farm
population will again show a small or moderate gain during 1946 unless net
movement from farms (excluding men leaving or entering the armed forces)
exceeds considerably the average for the 25 years ending with 1944,

Source of Material

Estimates of moves to and from farms and other types of changes
occurring in the farm population during 1945 were made on the basis of
reports from approximately 10,000 farmers all over the country who gave
information for 53,000 farms, These estimates were adjusted to the level
of farm population of the United States as estimated jointly by the
Bureau of the Census and the Bureau of Agricultural Economics on the
basis of enumerative surveys- Releases on the farm population and related
information are being made by the two Bureaus in a cooperative Census-BAE
Series- Copies of the cooperative releases may be obtained without charge
by request to the Bureau of Agricultural Econonics, United States Department
of Agriculture, Washington 25, D. C.






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Table 1. Farm population in the United States


Year Number of persons : Year Number of persons
: on farms January 1 on farms January 1

1910 1/ 32,076,960 1929 30,220,000
1911 32,110,000 1930 30,169,000
1912 32,210,000 1931 30,485,000
1913 32,270,000 1932 31,028,000
1914 32,320,000 1933 32,033,000
1915 32,440,000 1934 31,945,000
1916 32,530,000 1935 z/ 31,800,907
1917 32,340,000 1936 31,377,000
1918 31,770,000 1937 30,906,000
1919 30,930,000 1938 30,620,000
1920 2/ 31,614,269 1939 30,480,000
1921 31,763,000 1940 30,269,000
1922 31,749,000 1941 29,988,000
1923 31,130,000 1942 29,048,000
1924 30,817,000 1943 26,659,000
1923 30,830,000 1944 3/ 25,521,000
1926 30,619,000 1945 2/ 25,190,000
1927 30,170,000 1946 / 25,990,000
1928 30,188,000


of Agricultural


Estimated, Uo S. Bureau of the Census.
Enumerated, U. S. Bureau of the Census.
SEstimated cooperatively by Bureau.of the Census and Bureau
Economics.






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Table 2. Recent losses and gains in the farm
population of the United States


During period or calendar year : Net loss of farm : Net gain in farm
: population : population

1910 1919 463,000
1920 1924 784,000
1925 1929 661,000
1930 1934 1,632,000
1935 1939 1,532,000
1910 1939 1,808,000
1940 1944 5,079,000

1930 316,000
1931 543,000
1932 1,005,000
1933 88,000
1934 144,000
1935 424,000
1936 471,000
1937 286,000
1938 140,000
1939 211,000
1940 281,000
1941 940,000
1942 2,389,000
1943 1,138,000
1944 331,000
1945 800,000







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Table 5. Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring
in the farm population, and number of persons moving to and
from farms for geographic divisions, 1940-1946


S: Change through Change through
: Farm : natural increase : migration : Change
Area :population: : through
and on : : To : From :farm-to-
year :January 1 :Total:Births:Deaths: Total : ffars: farmn : farm
: : / 2/ 2/ / : movement/

(000) (000) (000) (000) (000) (000) (000) (000)
New England
1946 565
1945 544 5 11 -6 +17 57 -40 -1
1944 540 4 11 -7 +2 31 -29 -2
1943 567 6 12 -31 37 -68 -2
1942 608 4 11 -7 -43 23 -66 -2
1941 614 5 12 -7 -10 28 -38 -1
1940 / 617 3 11 -8 -4 27 -31 -2
Middle Atlantic
1946 1,624
1945 1,578 13 32 -19 +24 98 -74 9
1944 1,575 14 33 -19 -19 64 -83 8
1393 1619 15 33 -18 -65 74 -139 6
1942 1,728 14 33 -19 -121 39 -160 -2
1941 1,768 13 32 -19 -56 60 -116 3
1940 4/ 1,772 12 32 -20 -29 51 -80 13

East North Central
1946 4,183
1945 4,033 42 84 -42 +85 289 -204 23
1944 4,000 41 83 -42 -33 171 =204 25
1943 4,146 30 78 -48 -198 183 -381 22
1942 4,465 36 85 -49 -382 157 -539 27
1941 4,574 41 85 -44 -178 152 -330 28
1940 4/ 4,589 38 84 -46 -83 132 -215 30
West North Central
1946 4,077
1945 3,989 58 91 -33 +15 231 -216 15
1944 4,064 60 94 -34 -149 124 -273 14
1943 4,220 60 93 -33 -230 144 -374 14
1942 4,528 60 99 -39 379 135 -514 11
1941 4,641 59 95 -36 -199 114 -313 27
1940 4/ 4,676 53 89 -36 -98 94 -192 10
South Atlantic
1946 5,179
1945 5,067 86 136 -50 +77 281 -204 -51
1944 5,164 78 128 -50 -128 126 --254 -47
1943 5,376 80 130 -50 -231 148 -379 -61
1942 5,822 100 151 -51 -500 117 -617 -46
1941 5,988 108 168 -60 -243 124 -367 -31
1940 6,025 102 166 -64 -128 104 -232 -11
(Continued)





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Table 5. -


Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring
in the farm population, and number of persons moving to and
from farms for geographic divisions, 1940-1946 (Continued)


S: Change through Change through
Farm : natural increase : migration : Change
Area populationn: through
and g on : : 2 : To : From a farm-to-
year :January 1 :Total:Births DeathsI Total a farms : farms l farm
Ss : o o/, I/ 2/ : / s movement 2/

(000) (000) (000) (000) (000) (000) (000) (000)


East South
1946
1945
1944
1943
1942
1941
1940 4/


Central


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1
1
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West South Central
1946
1945
1944
1943
1942
1941
1940 4/
Mountain
1946
1945
1944
1943
1942
19i
190. 4/
Pacific
1946
1945
19 44
1943
1942.
1941
1940 4/


94399
.,251
4,331
4,557
4,972
5,174
5,238

3,864
3,750
3,881
4,178
4,700
4,914
5,008

937
891
907
929
1,041
L,095
1,102


L,162
L,087
1,059
1,067
1,184
1,220
L,242


103
107
117
123
143
143


95
93
107
116
120
124


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21
20
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26
26



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21
20
20
21
21


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-41
-43
-44
-52
-52


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-45
-46


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-11
-12
-13


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-129
-295
-491
-283
-137


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-376
-589
-261
-142



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-34
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411
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-47
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119
118
90
90
84


283
126
180
132
136
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63
95
59
45
37


124
93
115
67
65
50


-152
-248
-413
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-373
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-323
-556
-721
-397
-253


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97
-134
-196
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IT Includes persons who entered the armed forces.
/ Includes persons who returned from the armed forces.
/ The net movement of persons from farms in one geographic division to farms in
other divisions,
4/ Farm population January l, adjusted on the basis of Census enumeration of April 1.

Revised estimates of changes in the farm population during 1942 and of the level of
farm population in January 1943 for major geographic divisions were issued in July
1945 Estimates for prior years are identical with those released in March 1943.







:: .:.C e ..r-:.Ju es' : a:.:; of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940

SChange through : Change 'through :Change
:natural increase : migration :Change :through
LAea Farm : : :Depart-:through :change in
and population: : Net Arrivals: ures :farm-to.-:classifi-
ar: on :Total:Births:Deaths; farm- : from : for farmm cation
:January : : nonfarm :nonfarm :nonfarm:move= .of resi-
:migration: areas : areas :ment 1/ :dence
_______________ _________________ _______________ i2/
000's 000's 0009s 000's 000's 000's 000's 000's 000's

United States

1940 3/ 30,269
1939 30,480 410 710 -300 491 805 -1,296 -130
1938 30,620 405 709 -304 -420 823 -1,243 -125
1937 30,906 375 703 -328 -529 872 -1,401 -132
1936 31,377 363 703 -340 =690 719 -1,409 -144

1935 4/ 31,801 375 707 -332 -642 825 -1,467 -157
1934 31,945 383 727 -344 -415 783 -1,198 -112
1933 32,033 375 701 -326 -482 951 -1,433 19
1932 31,028 398 726 -328 325 1,544 -1,219 282
1931 30,485 387 721 -334 -79 1,683 -1,762 235

1930 2/ 30,169 377 721 '344 325 1,740 -2,065 264
1929 30,220 426 750 -324 -477 1,604 -2,081 -
1928 30,188 454 757 -303 -422 1,698 -2,120 -
1927 30,170 475 763 -288 -457 1,705 -2,162 -
1926 30,619 458 782 -324 -907 1,427 -2,334 -

1925 30,830 491 795 -304 -702 1,336 -2,038 -
1924 30,817 500 801 -301 -487 1,581 -2,068 -
1923 31,130 494 810 -316 -807 1,355 -2,162 -
1922 31,749 518 826 -308 -1,137 1,115 -2,252 -
1921 31,763 550 854 -304 -564 759 -1,323 -
1920 31,614 485 825 -340 -336 560 -896 -

(Continued)





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Table 6, Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940 (Continued)


0

Area : Farm :
and :populations
year on :
January 1 i
0 as
000's


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natural increase __
S 8 Net
a s 8 Net


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smigrations
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from a for farm cation
onfarm snonfarmsmove- sof resi-
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New England


1940 3/
1939
1938
1937
1936

1935 4/
1934
1933
1932
1931

1930 2/
1929
1928
1927
1926

1925
1924
1923
1922
1921
1920


(Continued)


617
624
641
649
675

711
712
691
640
605

568
583'
586
589
604

610
604
608
623
629
626


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-21
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33
35

37


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30
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-34

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24
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Taole 6, Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940 (Continued)

3 .Change through a Change through 2Change
s natural increase : migration _Change through
Area s Farm a a g sDepart-sthrough changes in
and Tpopulation: a s Net -ArrivalsS ures farm-to- slassifi-
year s on -TotalsBirths.Deaths: farm= s from : for farm station
January 1 : x : nonfarm -nnnfarm -nonfarm-move- tof resi-
Ss .migrations areas s areas .ment 1/::dence

000 s 000o s 000 000s 000's 000's 00Os 0009s 000's

Middle Atlantic

1940 2/ 1,772
1939 1,790 9 31- -22 -8 72 =80 11 -30
1938 1,791 9 31 -22 6 69 -63 8 -24
1937 1,807 9 30 -21 -6 68 -74 9 -28
1936 1,845 7 29 -22 -23 51 -74 6 -28

1935 4/ 1,904 5 27 -22 -35 61 -96 8 -37
1934 1,930 3 27 -24 -9 58 -67 4 -24
1933 1,931 4 28 -24 -12 72 -84 7 0
1932 1,815 6 29 -23 45 110 -65 1 64
1931 1,768 6 30 -24 -7 91 98 1 47

1930 / 1,692 7 31 -24 a 108 -100 1 60
1929 1,714 6 29 -23 -28 112 -140 -
1928 1,731 9 30 -21 -26 104 -130 -
1927 1,748 10 30 -20 -27 97 -124 -
1926 1,791 8 31 -23 -51 104 -155 =

1925 1,807 10 31 -21 -26 102 -128
1924 1,825 10 31 -21 =28 110 -138 -
1923 1,852 10 32 -22 -37 103 -140 -
1922. 1,891 12 33 -21 -51 96 -147 -
1921 1,912 12 33 -21 -33, 36 -69 =
1920 1,893 8 32 -24 11 45 -34 -

(Continued)






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Table 6. -


Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940 (Continued)


: Change through : Change through : :Change
Natural increase : migration :Change :through
Area Farm : : : :Depart-:through :change in
and population : : Net :Arrivals: ures :farm-to-:classifi-
year : n :Total:Births:Deaths: farm- : from : for :farm scation
:January 1 : : nonfarm :nonfarm :nonfarm:move- :of resi-
:migration: areas : areas :ment 1/ :dence

000 00 000's 000's 000's 000ss 000's 000's 000's 0004s


East. North Central


2040 3/
)939
19]7
19Qq


)93' 4/
3934
1933
1932
19 3

1930 3/
1929
1928
1929

192t

1923
1922
1921
1920


4-589
4,603
4.61)
4,663
4,732

4.769
4,.813
4,829
4.608
41516

4 ,442
4,429
4,487
4,477
4.,550

4,598
4.587
4 621
4,698
4,826
4 914


-46
-47
-49
-51

-51
-54
=51
-52
-53

-53
-50
-47
-44
-50

-47
-47
=49
-47
=47
-52


-50
-33
-76
-04

-84
-81
-69
135
18

-7
-24
-99
-34
-113

-93
-35
-79
-126
-180
-132


127
143
142
135

139
126
178
305
274

283
261
214
275
211

252
297
264
229
104
96


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-176
-218
=219

-223
-207
=247
=170
-256

-290
-285
-313
=309
-324

-345
-332
-343
-355
-284
-228


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-20
-24
-25

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50
40

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Table 6, Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1C,0 (Continued)

: Change through : Change through : sChange
: : natural increase : migration :Change :through
Area: Farm : :Depart-:through change in
and :population: : Net -Arrivals: ures sfarm-to-:classifi-
year : on :Total:Births:Deaths: farm- from : for :farm :cation
:January 1 : : : nonfarm :nonfarm :nonfarm:move- :of resi-
S: :migration: areas : areas sment 1/ :dence
: : : : .. : 2/
0's 0t s00' 000's s 000's 000S 0 000s s 000s

West North Central

1940 2/ 4,676
1939 4 ,684 57 93 -36 =83 94 -177 16 2
1938 4,716 58 94 -36 -97 110 -207 4 3
1937 4,866 51- 96 -45 -173 96 -269 -31 3
1936 5,005 51 100 -49 -163 90 -253 -27 0

1935 4/ 5,109 57 102 -45 -139 108 -247 -22 0
1934 5158 60 109 -49 -99 133 -232 -2 -8
1933 5,167 61 107 _46 -68 126 =194 -2 0
1932 5,088 64 110 -46 19 232 -213 0
1931 5 007 66 112 -46 22 351 -329 -7 0

1930 2/ 5,030 66 113 -47 -79 339 -418 --10 0
1929 5,034 73 117 44 .77 294 -371 -
1928 5,019 77 118 -41 -62 311 -373
1927 5,055 80 3119 -39 ,116 301 -417
1926 5,098 78 122 .44 121 249 -370

1925 5,134 83 124 -41 -119 242 -361
1924 5,133 84 125 -41 278 -361
1923 5 163 84 127 -43 114 238 -352
1922 5,223 87 129 -42 -147 191 -338
1921 5 226 92 133 -41 95 134 -229
1920 5,171 82 129 -47 -27 124 =151

(Continued)







Table 6. Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940 (Continued)

: Change through : Change through sChange
; natural increase : migration :Change :through
Area : Farm : :Depart-:through :change in
and :population: : Net :Arrivals: ures :farm-to-=classifi-
year : on :Total:Births Deaths: farm- : from : for :farm :cation
:January 1 : nonfa&m :nonfarm :nonfarm:move- :of resi-
: : migration: areas : areas :ment 1/ :dence
2/
000's 000!s 900 s 000 s 000 s 000's 000's 000's 000 s

South Atlantic

1940 3/ 6 025
1939 6.096 105 169 --4 -111 106 -217 -32 33
1938 6 14. 104 168 64 97 117 214 -2-1 .T
1937 6 160 95 167 72 65 128 -193 -15 30
1936 6.207 89 164 75 124 98 -222 22 14

1935 4/ 6 204 89 161 -72 -68 139 -207 14 32
1934 6,187 92 165 -73 69 119 -188 20 26
1933 6 196 88 154 -66 10; 149 254 8 0
1932 6 004 93 161 -68 44 205 -161 9 64
1931 5 913 86 156 -70 -79 154 233 0 62

1930 3/ 5 864 85 157 -72 76 176 -252 0 62
1929 5 900 94 162 68 130 185 -315
1928 5 910 100 163 63 110 198 308
1927 5 880 105 165 60 75 211 290
1926 6 011 100 168 68 233 155 -388

1925 6 136 108 171 63 -231 170 401
1924 6 125 110 173 63 -99 219 '318
1923 6,242 108 174 66 225 185 410 -
1922 6 47L. 113 178 65 345 146 491
1921 6 973 121 184 63 118 87 205
1920 6 417 107 198 71 53 48 101

(Continued)






.- 15 -


Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population, and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940 (Continued)


9

Area : Farm :
and :population:


Change through
natural increase
: :


S Change through :
: migration :Change
: s: Depart-:through
S Net :Arrivals: ures :farm-to


year : on :Total:Births:Deaths: farm- s from
:January 1 : : nonfarm :nonfarm
: : : :migration: areas
S S a


000 s


: for :f
:nonfarm:m
: areas :n
s


000 s 000 s 000 s 000's 000's, .000's..


:Change
.through
:change in
-classifio


'arm :cation
iove- :of resi-
ient 1/ :dence
002/
.0001s.,.08Q~Os.


East South Central


1940
1939
1938
1937
1936


2/ 5,238
5,293
5,283
51291
5,291


1935 4/
1934
1933
1932
1931


1930
1929
1928
1927
1926

1925
1924
1923
1922
1921
1920


5,335
5,304
5 .314
5 178
5:.103

5,052
5.027
4.992
4 979
5,057

5,089
5,088
5,135
5.227
5,239
5.183


91
89
87
86

87
86
83
89
81

77
93
97
100
99

105
106
105
109
116
104


144
143
142
142

143
143
137
143
136

136
148
149
150
154

157
158
159
162
168
162


-53


-56

-56
-57
-54
.54


-59
=55
-52
-50
-55

-52
52
-54
53
-.52
-58,


-126
57
-80
-87

-118
-37
76
26
-22.

-43
-68
-62
-87
-177

-137
-105
-152
201
-128
-48


97
113
108
94

109
83
115
190
m145

171
160
195
194
120

100
153
118
80
41
46


-223
-'170
-188
-181

-227
-120
-191
-164
=167

-214
-228
-257
-281
-297

-237
-258
-270
-281
-169
-94


-10
-34
9
-5

-2
-12
-17
1
0

0


-10
8
"9
-9

-11
-6
0
20
16

17


(Continued)


Table 6, -


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.16 .


Table 6, -


Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population, and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940 (Continued)


: Change through : Change through : Change
: natural increase : migration :Change : through
Area : Farm : Depart-sthrough :change in
and population: Net -Arrivals: ures :farm -to- :classifi.-
year : on :Total:Births:Deaths: farm : from : for :famn :cation
:January 1 : : : nonfarm :nonfarm :nonfarm:movee :of resi-
S:migrations areas : areas :ment 1/ -dene.e
s 2/
000's '000's 000:s 000 s 000s 000 3s 000s 000's 000's

West South Central

1940 / s 008
1939 5.066 81 128 -47 117 141 -258 -24 2
1938 5.114 80 128 48 --123 126 --249 -7 2
1937 5. 160 7' 129 -52 -122 146 -268 -- 3
1936 5.281 79 131 -52 169 112 -281 .31 0

1935 4/ 5 388 85 136 -51 -41 138 --279 51 0
1934 5. .16 91 144 .53 66 149 _215 46 -7
1933 5 463 85 137 .52 96 170 -266 .-36 0
1932 5 341 90 142 52 30 275 -245 2 0
1931 5.262 92 34 53 365 -372 .6 0

1930 3/ 5,279 87 142 -55 94 300 -394 -6 0
1929 590 9 7 149 52 -.112 281 -393
1928 5.2&4 302. 150 4.8 55 300 355
1927 5 2,5 105 151 -L6 107 278 385
192( 5 34.1 103 155 -52 ?01 261 462

1925 5 302 109 158 -49 -68 217 --285
1924 5.30s 111 159 148 134 235 -349
1923 5338 1.09 160 51 -1&2 209 -351
1922 5.392 Uli 163 -49 -168 188 356
1921 5 270 120 169 49 2 215 213 -
1920 5,228 109 161 54 -67 131 .198

(Continued)







Table 60 -


Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring in
the farm population and number of persons moving to and from farms
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940 (Continued)


.Change through : Change through- Change
Natural increase : migration s Change through
Area : Farm s s :Depart,- through change in
and :population s Net -Arrivals: ures sfa'-i-to-s-olassifi-
year on .Total:Births:Deaths: farm- from s for :fam: station
:January 1 nonfa nonfarm nofam nonfarm:move sof resi-
g migration; areas g areas gment 1/.sdence

000s 000: .000's. 000s 0s 00' 000s 000's 000' s 000's

Mountain

1940 / 1,02
1939 1,102 15 26 -11 17 57 -74 8 6
1938 1,101 14 26 -12 14 47 661 6 -5
1937 1.123 13 25 -12 .28 48 76 0 7
1936 1.154 14 26 -12 .38 42 -80 0 -7

1935 4/ 1,188 15 28 -13 40 42 82 .2 -7
1934 1,208 15 28 L 22 42 64 -7 .6
1933 1.214 15 27 -12 29 50 79 8 0
1932 1,191 15 27 12 -16 86 %0"2 10 14
1931 1 147 16 28 -12 8 111 103 9 11

1930 3/ 1,122 16 29 -13 "7 134 -141 3 13
1929 1,130 20 32 .12 -28 130 -158
1928 1,12 20 32 12 2 164 -166
1927 1.09 21 32 11 18 143 161
1926 l100 21 33 12 12 137 149

1 <. 1,108 21 33 12 -29 106 135
1924 109 22 33 -11 23 134 -157
1923 1,124 22 34 12 -37 107 -144
1922 1,155 23 35 -12 79 133
1921 1152 24 36 12 21 4 70
1920 1D168 22 35 -13 -38 26 -64

(Continued)




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Table 6. -


Annual estimates of the farm population, births and deaths occurring:in
the farm population and number of persons moving to and from farms:.
for the United States and geographic divisions, 1920 1940 (Continued)


SChange through a Change through : :Change
: natural increase __ migration :Change :through
Area g Farm s: : : sDepart-:through change in
and :p.?ulations : Net :Arrivals: ures sfarm-to-=slassifi-
year : on :Total:Births2Deaths: farm- from : for :farm :cation
:January 1 : s s nonfarm .nonfarm anonfarm:move- :of resi-
: migration: areas : areas :ment I/ :dence
00 0- 00 003 000 00 sa 2/
0000s 000s 000's 00s 000 0s 000's 000"s 000's 000's


Pacific

1940 3/
1939
1938
1937
1936

1935 A/
1934
1933
1932
1931

1930 3/
1929
1928
1927
1926

1925
1924
1923
1922
1921
1920


1,242
1,222
1,218
1,202
1,187

1,193
1,217
1 228
1. 163


1 ...24
1,,113

1,088
1,063

1,046
1.,, 041
1,0471
1 047
1..066
1 038
1 014


-13
13
-13
.14

-14
-13
13
13
1-1
13
12


i2
11


12
-132
-11
12

t2
-13


9
-9
10
-1

9
-29
29
29
10

.26
7
0
13.
19

11
-2
-13
S26
20
18


71
64
99
64

60
52
66
103
146

182
136
163
147
141

106
106
90
73
62
40


-13
-16
-19
-14

-15
-15
0
37
24

31


-62
7?3
-.89
465

~69
-81
-95
"74
-156

-208
-129
-163
-134
-122

"95
-108
S-103
-99
-42
-22


71 The net movement of persons from farms in one geographic division to farms in
another division. The figures on farm-to-farm movement were not tabulated separately,
before 1930,
2/ Estimated for 1930 -- 1939 only,
1/ Farm population January 1, adjusted on the basis of Census enumeration of
April 1.
/ Farm population January 1, as enumerated by United States Bureau of the Census.


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