1950 Census of Agriculture


The 1950 Census of Agriculture was issued in five volumes. Detailed holdings and locations are described below.

Volumes which contain tables specifically about New York are highlighted.

  • Volume 1
    Counties and State Economic Areas. 34 pts.
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    • Part 1. New England States.
    • Part 2. Middle Atlantic States.
    • Part 3. Ohio.
    • Part 4. Indiana.
    • Part 5. Illinois.
    • Part 6. Michigan.
    • Part 7. Wisconsin.
    • Part 8. Minnesota.
    • Part 9. Iowa.
    • Part 10. Missouri.
    • Part 11. North and South Dakota.
    • Part 12. Nebraska.
    • Part 13. Kansas.
    • Part 14. Delaware, Maryland and District of Columbia.
    • Part 15. Virginia and West Virginia.
    • Part 16. North and south Carolina.
    • Part 17. Georgia.
    • Part 18. Florida.
    • Part 19. Kentucky.
    • Part 20. Tennessee.
    • Part 21. Alabama.
    • Part 22. Mississippi.
    • Part 23. Arkansas.
    • Part 24. Kentucky.
    • Part 25. Oklahoma.
    • Part 26. Texas.
    • Part 27. Montana.
    • Part 28. Idaho.
    • Part 29. Wyoming and Colorado.
    • Part 30. New Mexico and Arizona.
    • Part 31. Utah and Nevada.
    • Part 32. Washington and Oregon.
    • Part 33. California.
  • Volume 2
    General Report, Statistics by Subjects.

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  • Volume 3
    Irrigation of Agricultural Lands. 18 pts.
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  • Volume 4
    Drainage of Agricultural Lands.

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  • Volume 5
    Special Reports. 10 pts.
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    • Part 1. Horticultural Specialties.
    • Part 2. Multiple-Unit Operations.
    • Part 3. Ranking of Agriculture Counties.
    • Part 4. Land Utilization -- A Graphic Summary.
    • Part 5. Farm Tenure -- A Graphic Summary.
    • Part 6. Agriculture 1950 -- A Graphic Summary.
    • Part 7. Irrigation 1950 -- A Graphic Summary.
    • Part 8. Farm-Mortage Debt.
    • Part 9. Economic Class and Type of Farm -- A Graphic Summary.
    • Part 10. Farms and Farm Characteristics by Economic Subregions.

A portfolio of maps was also published: