Overview - 1900 Census
Index of Questions
Census of Population and Housing
Negro Population of Fifty Cities: 1880 to 1930 Release N-34. 1 page.
United States., & McKenney, N. D. R. (1979). The social and economic status of the Black population in the United States: An historical view, 1790-1978. Washington: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 270 pages.
Volume 2: Population Pt 2: Ages, School, Militia, and Voting Ages, Conjugal Condition, School Attendance, Illiteracy,
Cannot Speak English, Occupations, Dwellings and Families, Proprietorship of Homes. 754 pages
Title Page [PDF] , Full Document [ZIP, 173.1 MB]
United States. (1966). A century of population growth from the first census of the United States to the twelfth, 1790-1900. New York, N.Y: Johnson Reprint Corp. 303 pages : illustrations, maps
Child labor in the District of Columbia based on unpublished information derived from the schedules of the twelfth census: 1900 (1906) (Bulletin 68) 21 pages.
Child labor in the United States based on unpublished information derived from the schedules of the twelfth census: 1900 (1907) (Bulletin 69) 200 pages.
Education of the Negro, 1869-1903. Office of Education.
United States., Willcox, W. F., Hill, J. A., & Hall, F. S. (1905). Illiteracy in the United States. Washington: Govt. Print. Off. 54 pages.
Insane and feeble-minded in hospitals and institutions, 1904. (Special reports) 232 pages.
Paupers in almshouses, 1904. (Special reports) 237 pages.
Prisoners and juvenile delinquents in institutions, 1904. (Special reports) 298 pages.
A Census Bureau employee sorts punch cards for tabulation by the agency's electronic tabulators. (link)
Howard University, Washington, D.C., ca. 1900 - elementary school students exercise. (link)
Negro family, Grant's Town, Nassau, WI (link)
Photo shows three men standing at the entrance to the business establishment of "Chas. F. Gardner Electrician and Locksmith" at 2933 State Street, Chicago, Illinois. (link)
City Population 1900 (link)