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Table 31.—Naturalized citizens permanently departed, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by occupations and race or people

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Actors.
Architects.
Clergy
Editors.
Electricians.
Engineers (professional).
Lawyers...
Literary and scientific persons.
Musicians.
Physicians.
Sculptors and artists.
Teachers.
Other professional.

Skilled, total.

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Barbers and hairdressers.
Blacksmiths
Butchers.....
Cabinetmakers
Carpenters and joiners.
Cigar makers...
Clerks and accountants.
Dressmakers.-----
Engineers (locomotive,
and stationary)....
Furriers and sur workers

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Gardeners.---
Hat and cap makers.
Iron and steel workers.
Jewelers.
Machinists.
Mariners.
Masons.
Mechanics (not specified)
Metal workers (other than iron,

steel, and tin)
Millers.
Milliners
Miners.--
Painters and glaziers.
Photographers.
Plasterers
Plumbers
Printers.
Seamstresses
Shoemakers.
Stokers
Stonecutters.
Tailors.----
Tobacco workers.
Upholsterers
Watch and clock makers.
Weavers and spinners.
Woodworkers (not specified).
Other skilled

Miscellaneous, total
Agents
Bankenen, hackmen, and teamsters.
Farmers.
Farm laborers.
Fishermen.
Hotel keepers
Laborers.------
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers
Servants.
Other miscellaneous
No occupation (including women

and children)

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TABLE 32.—Native-born citizens permanently departed, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by occupations and race or people

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TABLE 33.— Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by countries of last permanent residence and occupations

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All occupations.

Professional, total.
Actors.
Architects
Clergy.
Editors
Electricians
Engineers (professional).
Lawyers
Literary and scientific persons.
Musicians
Officials (Government).
Physicians.
Sculptors and artists.
Teachers..
Other professional.

Skilled, total
Bakers..
Barbers and hairdressers,
Blacksmiths
Bookbinders
Brewers..
Butchers
Cabinetmakers.
Carpenters and joiners.
Cigarette makers.
Cigar makers.
Cigar packers.
Clerks and accountants.
Dressmakers
Engineers (locomotive, marine, and stationary)
Furriers and fur workers

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TABLE 33.-Immigrant aliens admitted, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by countries of last permanent residence and occupations—Continued

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Great Britain and North

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Ireland

England

Scotland

Wales

Greece

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2,380

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2,335
2, 142
1, 372
1,732
4, 258

338
2, 134
1, 545

104
187
267
639
706

198
1,042
1, 260

326

188
1, 912

76
151
270

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Occupation

Gardeners.
Hat and cap makers.
Iron and steel workers
Jewelers.
Locksmiths.
Machinists.
Mariners.
Masons
Mechanics (not specified).
Metal workers (other than iron, steel, and tin).
Millers..
Milliners.
Miners.
Painters and glaziers.
Pattern makers.
Photographers..
Plasterers
Plumbers
Printers.
Saddlers and harness inakers.
Seamstresses
Shoemakers.
Stokers.
Stonecutters
Tailors.
Tanners and curriers.
Textile workers (not specified).
Tinners..
Tobacco workers.
Upholsterers
Watch and clock makers

544
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640

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282
2, 330
1,073

845
1,214
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149

224
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108
274
255
160
630
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195

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