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  NARA 1930 Census Microfilm Locator - Welcome Page
Welcome to our comprehensive guide to the 1930 census.
Learn how the census was taken, which records survive today, and how to find microfilm that may contain your family's records.
contains the microfilm lists for the 1930 population schedules and the Soundex indexes, searchable by over 120,000 geographic locations.
1930census.archives.gov   (168 words)

  1930' Dust Bowl
In 1930 and 1931, the decade opened with unparalleled prosperity and growth.
1930 was dry but most of the farmers made a wheat crop.
In September 1930, it rained over five inches in a very short time in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
www.ptsi.net /user/museum/dustbowl.html   (1534 words)

 NARA 1930 Census Microfilm Locator - Frequently Asked Questions Page
The 1930 population schedules are reproduced as National Archives Microfilm Publication T626 (2,667 rolls).
In 1930, the schedules also included the value of the home or the amount of rent paid each month.
The 1930 census asked a person's age at the time of his or her first marriage.
1930census.archives.gov /FAQ.html   (2533 words)

 Search 1930 Census Records
The microfilmed copies are open for research at the National Archives Building in Washington, DC, at 13 of the National Archives regional facilities across the nation, and through the National Archives rental program.
The 1930 census consists of 2,667 rolls of population schedules and 1,587 rolls of Soundex indexes for 12 southern states, totaling 4,254 rolls.
At that time, the microfilmed copies will be opened for research at the National Archives Building in Washington, DC, at thirteen of the National Archives regional facilities across the nation and through the National Archives rental program...
www.1930census.net   (235 words)

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Common errors in allocating ASes The term AS is often confused or even misused as a convenient way of grouping together a set of prefixes which belong under the same administrative umbrella, even if within that group of prefixes there are various different routing policies.
Hawkinson & Bates Best Current Practice [Page 5] RFC 1930 Guidelines for creation of an AS March 1996 * Unique routing policy An AS is only needed when you have a routing policy which is different from that of your border gateway peers.
Those making Hawkinson & Bates Best Current Practice [Page 7] RFC 1930 Guidelines for creation of an AS March 1996 external policy may request the network operators make such AS changes, but the final decision is up to those network operators who manage the prefixes in question, as well as the ASes containing them.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1930.txt   (2734 words)

 Search 1930 United States Federal Census
The 1930 Census was begun on 2 April 1930, with the exception of Alaska, where the official start date was 1 October 1929.
All responses were to reflect the individual's status as of 1 April 1930 (or 1 October 1929 for Alaska), even if the status had changed between the official start date and the day of enumeration.
Inhabitants of reservations were enumerated in the general population schedules but some minor differences in reporting were used: in place of country of birth for the father, the degree of Indian blood was listed and for the country of birth for the mother the tribe was listed.
www.segenealogy.com /_search/census_1930.htm   (376 words)

 Ancestry.com - 1930 United States Federal Census
The 1930 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and is the most recent census available for public access.
The 1930 census began on 2 April 1930 for the general population of the United States.
Servicemen were not recorded with their families in the 1930 census; they were treated as residents of their duty posts.
content.ancestry.com /iexec?htx=List&dbid=6224&ti=0   (1730 words)

 Football World Cup 1930 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first Football World Cup was staged in 1930.
The games were awarded to Uruguay as they were the Olympic champions at the time and since they were celebrating the centenary of their independence.
Because the traditional third-place playoff match was not established until 1934, the 1930 World Cup is unique in not having any games take place between the semi-finals and the Final.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Football_World_Cup_1930   (502 words)

 1930 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1930 (MCMXXX) is a common year starting on Wednesday.
October 5 - British Airship R101 crashed in France en-route to India on its maiden voyage.
November 1 - William Joseph Dess is born in New Castle, PA to Joseph and Mary Dess.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1930   (1794 words)

 The history of Boston Red Sox losses, collapses and defeats.
May 17-May 31, 1930: The Sox lost, 3-2, to the Yankees on May 17, and 5-2 on May 31.
It was the third time during the 1930 season that they lost eight or more games in a row.
September 28, 1930: Babe Ruth returned to the mound at Fenway park, pitching a complete game and winning 9-3 over the Red Sox.
www.soxsuck.com /loss1930.html   (2692 words)

 Beau Brownie
The Kodak Beau Brownie came in two models, the 2 and 2A and were made from 1930 to 1933.
They were styled by the leading American designer Walter Dorwin Teague, who created a modernistic geometric pattern in two tones on the front panel, which was enameled in a color matching the leatherette covering of the rest of the camera.
The rose and green model were only made from 1930 to 1931 and are harder to find.
www.digitalfxinc.com /kodak/html/brwni.html   (127 words)

In 1930 there were 8,394 students at the school, almost twice the number in 1920.
For coaches Ulbrickson and Bolles, that meant there were twice the number of crew candidates available on campus, and twice the opportunity to find the one or two men that might mean the difference between victory and defeat next spring.
The managerial role began to disappear in the sixties when many of the responsibilities were slowly outsourced to athletic department oversight staff.
www.huskycrew.com /1930.htm   (7067 words)

 Amazon.com: 1930: Music: Merzbow   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In that respect, it is worth noting that 1930, if you can get through it once, particularly lends itself to being listened to again and again.
1930 is an excellent noise composition with plenty of rhythmic sounds and a lot of variation in texture and frequency.
1930 is the perfect example of the noise genre- sound without familiarity.
www.amazon.com /1930-Merzbow/dp/B0000067WP   (1984 words)

 Baseball Almanac - Year In Review : 1930 American League
On May 12, 1930, Milt Shoffner became the first pitcher in history to balk three times during the same inning — third inning versus the Athletics.
On June 13, 1930, two previous batting champions were traded for one another for the first time ever.
Those two batting champions were Goose Goslin and Heinie Manush and we invite you to examine their batting titles.
www.baseball-almanac.com /yearly/yr1930a.shtml   (790 words)

 Chessmetrics Ratings: December 31, 1930   (Site not responding. Last check: )
These ratings, calculated as of December 31, 1930, incorporate all games (against rated opponents) played in the time between January 1, 1930 and December 31, 1930, along with the ratings that were already calculated as of December 31, 1929.
Rating is the calculated rating for the player, as of December 31, 1930.
If a player's age is displayed as a link, that means that this rating was active at the time of their next birthday.
www.chessmetrics.com /DL/DL81.htm   (554 words)

 George County, Mississippi 1930 (T626-1144) Team Census Transcription
The 1930 census has Soundex Cards for only 12 of the states and there is no national index.
It will take researchers a long time to find the name they are looking for without an index or Soundex Card to let them know what page number they need.
Because of this, the Census Project is initiating a brief transcription of selected 1930 columns.
www.us-census.org /states/mississippi/teams/George1930-T626-1144.htm   (154 words)

 AEGiS-NEWSDAY: HIV's Roots Traced to 1930 / Analysis refutes one theory on origin
San Francisco--Based on mathematical analysis using the world's largest computer, scientists have concluded that the virus that sparked the AIDS pandemic first surfaced in people sometime around 1930, probably in Central Africa.
Nirvana put the date of origin at 1930, with a statistical range of error that could put it as early as 1915 or as late as 1942.
Nirvana also told the scientists that the virus is older in Haiti than in the United States, possibly appearing on the Caribbean island in the early 1960s.
www.aegis.com /news/newsday/2000/ND000202.html   (948 words)

 1930 Athletic Index
In 1930, Frank Wykoff was a Sophomore at the University of Southern California when he set a new World Record in the 100 yard dash that stood undefeated for 17 years.
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A month earlier at the A.A.U. Southern Pacific Track Meet, Frank Wykoff set a new World Record in the 100 yard dash that was being disputed, and during the NCAA Championships on 6-7-30 he equaled his pending World Record of 9.4s that cinched that the record would hold.
frankwykoff.com /1930.htm   (422 words)

 1930 Census :: 1930 U.S. Federal Census :: 1930 Free Census Resources
The 1930 Census of the United States was the Fifteenth Enumeration of the United States population, as required at least every 10 years by the United States Constitution.
Others were among the first to show up the following morning to search 1930 Census schedules for their family living in the midst of the Great Depression.
1870 • 1880 • 1890 • 1900 • 1910 • 1920 • 1930 • 1940
www.1930census.com /1930_census.php   (301 words)

 Most Popular Names of the 1930's   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The data comes from a 5% sampling of Social Security card applications with dates of birth from January 1930 through December 1939.
The total number of males in the sample is 593,621 and the total number of females is 580,848.
Criteria to be included in the sample is simply that a Social Security card application was filed, that the year of birth was between 1930 and 1939, and that the birth was on US soil.
www.ssa.gov /OACT/babynames/1999/top1000of30s.html   (243 words)

 1930   (Site not responding. Last check: )
You may think you are quite unimportant in the world’s eyes, but when we read the Book, we find quite a number of people who were shaping to become very useful and valuable in God’s eyes, and now are remembered and spoken of more than Kings and Rulers of their time.
On May 5, 1930 she set off on a solo flight to Darwin; eventually missed the record by three days.
Financial troubles seem to become more marked everywhere with France in the spotlight for bank closings, (as they had been the envy spot, because of her being richest in gold), which some were blaming her for, All the revolutionary countries frankly say it was the financial and industrial conditions which made them possible.
home.earthlink.net /~truth444/WmILetters/WmI1930.html   (19099 words)

 1930 New York Yankees Roster by Baseball Almanac
It is a comprehensive team roster and player names are sorted by the fielding position where the most number of games were played during the regular season.
The 1930 New York Yankees played 154 games during the regular season, won 86 games, lost 68 games, and finished in third position.
They played their home games at Yankee Stadium (Park Factors: 96/93) where 1,169,230 fans witnessed their 1930 Yankees finish the season with a.558 winning percentage.
www.baseball-almanac.com /teamstats/roster.php?y=1930&t=NYA   (384 words)

 1930 World Cup
On 26 May 1928 in Amsterdam, the FIFA congress voted that a new tournament was to be organized in 1930 which was to be open to all member nations.
As holders of the Olympic title and the fact that 1930 marked its 100 years of independence it was appropriate to choose Uruguay to host the first tournament.
Although the news was greeted enthusiastically in all football-playing countries, many European nations harbored reservations about the prospect of crossing the Atlantic, a journey which promised to be long, tiring and costly.
www.soccerhall.org /history/WorldCup_1930.htm   (721 words)

 The Sporting News: Baseball History of the World Series
While it took longer to get back to the top than Mack ever imagined, the Athletics made the most of their re-entry into baseball's elite (the team's poorest record from 1927 through 1932 was 91-63).
Mack's team nearly upset the heavily favored New York Yankees in the 1928 pennant race, then breezed to the flag in 1929 and won comfortably in 1930.
However, everyone was making contact in 1930, baseball's Year of the Hitter if ever such a designation applied.
www.sportingnews.com /archives/worldseries/1930.html   (1007 words)

 A Bit of History for Global Warmers: Look at 1930 -- 08/04/2006
"From June 1 to August 31, 1930, 21 days had high temperatures that were 100 degrees or above" in the metropolitan Washington, D.C., area, Patrick Michaels, senior fellow for environmental studies at the libertarian Cato Institute, told Cybercast News Service.
The summer of 1930 also marked the beginning of the longest drought of the 20th century.
Along with an unusual upper-air pattern, the Washington, D.C., area "was exceedingly dry" during the summer of 1930, Michaels stated.
www.cnsnews.com /ViewNation.asp?Page=/Nation/archive/200608/NAT20060804c.html   (996 words)

 Media History Timeline: 1930s   (Site not responding. Last check: )
1930: "Golden Age" of radio begins in U.S. Hollywood tightens self-censorship with the Motion Picture Code.
1930: José Ortega y Gasset's The Revolt of the Masses will lead to his exile from Spain.
1930: Dashiell Hammett invents the hard-boiled detective with The Maltese Falcon.
www.mediahistory.umn.edu /time/1930s.html   (2590 words)

 Notes on West Chester Borough Council Meeting Minutes, 1930
Borough Council voted 6-0 to require plumbers to report new water connections within one week or else lose their license to work in the Borough.
Borough Council gave permission to the owner of the Tom Thumb Golf Course in Sharpless Park, and the Knights of Pythias, who plan to hold a carnival in the Borough, to rent the Borough tank to haul water from elsewhere in the county.
Borough engineer Colesworthy told Borough Council that the water supply was in critical condition and recommended that they spend $3,500 for a pump and pipe to draw water from Ridley Creek.
courses.wcupa.edu /jones/his480/notes/boro1930.htm   (4322 words)

 Cub Scout History - The Virtual Cub Scout Leader's Handbook
The "Cubbing Program" was introduced by the Boy Scouts of America in 1930, but its roots go all the way back to the first days of Scouting.
With the early success of the Boy Scouts for boys 12 and over, there was popular demand for a "younger boy program" for the siblings of Scouts.
1930 The national Executive Board heard the Hurt committee Report and approved the Cub program "controlled experiment" as of February 10.
www.geocities.com /~pack215/hist-cshistory.html   (3334 words)

 Alfred Wegener
After the war, Wegener returned to Marburg, but became frustrated with the obstacles to advancement placed in his way; in 1924 he accepted a specially created professorship in meteorology and geophysics at the University of Graz, in Austria.
Wegener made what was to be his last expedition to Greenland in 1930.
While returning from a rescue expedition that brought food to a party of his colleagues camped in the middle of the Greenland icecap, he died, a day or two after his fiftieth birthday.
www.ucmp.berkeley.edu /history/wegener.html   (1288 words)

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