Catalog Record: Religious bodies: 1906 | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Religious bodies: 1906 ....

Corporate Author: United States.
Related Names: Hunt, William Chamberlin 1856-
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Govt. print. off., 1910.
Subjects: Ecclesiastical geography > United States
Sects > United States
Church statistics > United States
United States > Religion
Note: Includes statistics of Sunday schools; a compilation of the average annual salaries paid to ministers; a statement of the languages used in the conduct of church services; and a sketch of the missionary, educational, and philanthropic work of the various denominations, both at home and abroad.
Limited information of this character was first published in the census report for 1850, and similar information was included in the reports for 1860, 1870, and 1890. The essential results of the present inquiry were published in Census bulletin no. 103, 1909.
Compiled from material collected by the Bureau of the census under the authority of section 7 of the permanent census act.
The work was conducted under the supervision of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population.
At head of title: Department of commerce and labor. Bureau of the census. E. Dana Durand, director. Special reports.
Physical Description: 2 v. tables, diagrs. 31 cm.
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