VITAL STATISTICS OF

THE UNITED STATES
1961
VOLUME I-NATALITY

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
ANTHONY I . CELEBREZZE, SECRETARY

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
LUTHER

L. TERRY,

SURGEON GENERAL

NATIONAL CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS
FORREST E. LINDER, PH. D., Director
THEODORE D. WOOLSEY, Assistant Director

0. K. SAGEN, PH. D., Assistant Director

NATIONAL VITAL STATISTICS DIVISION
0. K. SAGEN, PH. D., Chief
ROBERT
D. GROVE,PIX. D., Assistant Chief
MONROE
G. SIRKEN,PH. D., Surveys and Actuarial Branch
ELEANOR
L. MADIGAN,Computer Applications Branch
J. K. KNEE, Conference and Training Branch

HUGHCARTER,
PH. D., Marriage and Divorce Statistics Branch
LILLIANGURALNICK,
Mortality Statistics Branch
ANDERSS . LUNDE,PB. D., Natality Statistics Branch

HAZEL
V . AUNE,Registration Methods Branch

MARVINC . TEMPLETON,
Statistical Operations Branch
MARSHALL
C . EVANS,Administrative Services

JOHN STORCK,
PH. D., Statf Assistant

Symbols used in tables

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VITAL STATISTICS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1961
VOLUME I- NATALITY
A brief summary of the contents for each section is listed below for the convenience
of the reader. A complete table of contents is shown at the beginning of each section
and is identified by a narrow black edge which can be located easily by fanning the
pages. Each section is paged independently, using the section number as the identifying prefix.

Section 1. Natality-General

Summary

Text discussion, tables, and charts on summary measures of fertility and of char-

acteristics of live births including plurality, legitimacy, seasonal variation, sex
ratio, birth weight, and attendant at birth.
Section 2. Natality-Characteristics
Detailed frequency tabulations for each State, each metropolitan area, and other
geographic areas of the United States. Data a r e shown by color, sex, nativity of
white mother, month, age of mother and of father, birth order, attendant, birth
weight, plurality, and legitimacy.

Section 3. Natality-Local

Area Statistics

Frequency tabulations for each State, county, and city with a population of 10,000
o r more by color and attendant and for urban and rural and metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas within each State by color, attendant, and birth weight.

Section 4. Natality-Puerto

Rico .and Virgin Islands

Trend of the crude birth rate. Frequency tabulations by various characteristics
including sex, month of birth, age of mother and of father, birth order, attendant,
birth weight, and legitimacy.

Section 5. Appendix
Text discussion of factors affecting the collection, classification, and interpretation
of the natality statistics published in this volume. Includes population tables for
computing vital rates.

Section 6. Index
Consolidated indexes of the text and statistical tables in this volume.

GENERAL
RESPONSIBLE
PERSON OR
AGENCY

1

Physician, Other
Professional Attendant, orBospital Authority

PATTERN OF

VITAL: R E G I S T R A T I O N A N D

BIRTH CERTIFICATE

DEATH CERTIFICATE

1. Completes entire certificate in consultation with
parent@). Physician's signature required.
2. Files certificate withlocal
office of district in which
birth occurred.

1. Completes medical certification and signs certificate.
2. Returns certificate to tuneral director.

FETALDEATH
CERTIFICATE
(Stillbirth)

STATISTICS

REPORTING
OFFICIALS

1. Certifies to the cause of
fetal death and signs certificate.
2. Returns certificate to funeral director,

MARRIAGE RECORD

:lerk of Local
Government

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1. Obtains personal facts
about deceased.
2. Takes certificate tophysician for medical certification.
3. Delivers completed certificate to local office of
district where death occurred and obtains burial
permit,

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1. Verifies coyp eteness and
accuracy of certificate,
2. Makes copy, ledger entry,
o r index for local use.
3. Sends certificates to State
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1. Obtains the facts about
fetal death.
2. Takes certificate tophysician for entry of causes
of fetal death.
3. Delivers completed certificate to local office of district where delivery occurred and obtains burial
permit.

1. Verifies completeness and accuracy of certificate.
2. Makes copy, ledger entry, or index for local use.
3. Issues burial permit to funeral director and verifies
return of permit from cemetery attendant.
4. Sends certificates to State Registrar.

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Public Health
Service
National Vital
SQtiStiCS
Division

1. Checks the validity of the marriage
license.
2. Performs the marriage ceremony.
3. Certifies to the facts of the marriage
ceremony.
4. Returns the record+tothelicenseclerk
within the legally prescribed time.

Clerk of
Court

Attorney for
Plainnff

1. Queries incomplete or inconsistent informahon.
2. Maintains files for permanent reference and a s the source of certified copies.
3. Develops vital statistics for use in plannmg, evaluating, and administering State and local health activities and for research studies.
4. Compiles health related statistics for State and civil divisions of State for use of the health department and other agencies and groups
interested in the fields of medical science, public health, demography, and social welfare.
5. Prepares copies of birth, death, fetal death, marriage, and hvorce cerhficates or records for transmission to the National Vital Statistics Division.
1. Prepares and publishes national statistics of births,deaths,fehl deaths, marriages,and dworces; and constructs the official U.S. life
tables and related actuarial tables.
2. Conducts health and social-research studies based on vital records and on sampling surveys W e d to records.
3. Conducts research and methodological studies in v i h l statistics methods including the technical, administrative, and legal aSpects of

vita1 records registration and abministration.
4. hlaintains a continuing technical assistance program to improve the q-ty

DlVORCE ORIANNULMENT
RECORD

1. Receives application for marriage license, and reviews application for
completeness, accuracy, and compliance with law.
2. Issues marriage license, and records
date.
3. Checks completeness of entries about
the marriage ceremony.
4. Sends specified information regarding
marriage to State Registrar.

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City and County health departments use certificates inallocating medical and nursing senices,
followups on infectious diseases, planning programs, measuring effectiveness of services, and
conducting research studies.

State Registrar,
Bureau of Vital
Statisncs*

Marriage
Officiant

IN THE U N I T E D STATES

and usefulness of vital statistics.

1. Provides form for report to plaintiff o r
attorney, o r makes entries on such form
from petition for decree,
2. Verifies entries on return form.
3. Enters information on final decree,
4. Sends completedreporttostate Registrar.
1. Enters personal characterishcs of
spouses.
2. Returns form to Clerk of Court.

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Section I. Natality - General Summary

Figures

1-1.
1-2.
1-3.

1-4.

1-6.
1-6.
1-7.
1-8.
1-9.
1-10,
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Text Tables

Page

1-A. Live births and birth rates, by color: Birth-registration States, 1915-32, and United States, 1933-61-------

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1-B. Live births, birth rates, and fertility rates, by color: United States, 1909-61-----------------------------

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1-C. Age-sex-adjusted birth rates, by color: United States, 1940-61-----------------------------------------

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1-D. Gross and net reproduction rates, by color: United States, 1940-61-------------------------------------

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1-E. Birth rates by age of mother and color: United States, 1940-61-----------------------------------------

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1-F. Birth rates by live-birth order and color: United States, 1940-61- --- ------ ---- ------- -- - ------

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1-G. Median age of mother by live-birth order and color: United States, 1940-61------------------------------

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1-H. Birth rates by age of mother, live-birth order, and color: United States, 1961----------------------------

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1-J. Birth rates by live-birth order, for native white women: United States, 1920-61--------------------------

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1-K. Birth rates by age of mother, for married women: United States, 1950-61--------------------------------

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1-L. Birth rates by age of father and color: United States, 1940-61- ---- ---- - - ---------- - -- - -- -- -- ----

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1-M. Percentage distribution of women by parity, by exact age at beginning of year: United States, 1940, 1950, and

1956-62----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-26
1-N.

Birth probabilities for specified years,by exact age and parity of mother at beginning of year: United States,
1940, 1950, and 1956-61-------------------------------------------------------------------------1-27

1-0. Live births by color and sex: United States, 1935 and 1940-61- ------ ---------- -------- --------

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1-P. Percent completeness of birth registration, by color: United States, 1933-61-----------------------------

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1-Q. Live births and birth rates, by month: United States, 1951-61------------------------------------------1-29
1-R. Birth rates and fertilit$ rates, by month, adjusted for seasonal variation: United States, 1951-61-----------

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1-S. Number and percentage distribution of live births by attendant, by color: United States, 1940-61-----------

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1-T. Percentage distribution of live births by attendant, by color: United States, each division and State, 1961----

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1-U.

Ratio of illegitimate live births, by color: Reporting States, 1940-61 -- ----- - ---------- ------ --

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1-V. Estimated number of illegitimate live births and ratios, by color, and illegitimacy rates: United States,

1940-61----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-33
1-W. Estimated number of illegitimate live births and ratios, by age of mother and color: United States, 1961----

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1-X. Estimated illegitimacy rates by age of mother: United States, 1940,1950, and 1955-61---------------------

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1-Y. Distribution of live births by birth weight, by color, for the United States and each geographic division; and
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by plurality for the United States: 1961------------------------------------------------------------1-Z. Distribution of live births by birth weight, by age of mother and color: United States, 1961----------------1-AA. Birth rates: United States, each division and State, 1950 and 1955-61------------------------------------

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SECTION 1. NATALITY - GENERAL SUMMARY

NATALITY RATES AND

RATIOS, 1961

TOTAL NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS - 4,268,326

CRUDE BIRTH RATE
(per 1,000 population)

23.3

PLURAL DELIVERIES
(per 1,000 live births)

20.2

CRUDE RATE OF NATURAL INCREASE-14.0
(persons per 1,000 population)

HOSPITAL DELIVERIES
]per 100 live births)

GENERAL FERTILITY RATE
(per 1,000 female population 15-44 years)

117.3

ESTIMATED ILLEGITIMACY RATIO
(per 1,000 live births)

56.3

GROSS REPRODUCTION RATE

1,768

ESTIMATED ILLEGITWCY RATE
(per 1,000 unmarried female population)

22.6

NET REPRODUCTION RATE

1,703

NMATURE BIRTHS
(per 100 live births)

SEX RATIO
(males per 1,000 female live births)

1,050

ESTIMATED PERCENT COMPLETENESS
OF BIRTH REGISTRATION

Introduction
The number of births in the population in any year is
determined partly by demographic factors such as age and
sex composition of the population, the number of married
couples and their ages, and by the duration of their marriage
and the number of children already born to them. It is
also determined by social and economic factors. A meaningful picture of the influences of the demographic factors
on the number of births in 1961 can be obtained by applying
the. different measures of fertility described in the text
that fouows.
The statistics for the total United States in 1961 include
Alaska, which became a State in 1959, and Hawaii, which
became a State in 1960.
The rate tables give data for varying periods-some
only for recent years and others back to the earliest years
for which data are available. In many cases corresponding
rates for earlier years will be found in precedingissues
of Volume I of Vital Statistics of the United States.
Adjustment of natality statistics taking into accoulit
underregistration of births was discontinued in 1960 for
reasons discussed in the Technical Appendix. In timetrend tables, data which have been shown on an adjusted

-96.9

7.8

98.9

basis in previous reports are shown in this report a s adjusted through 1959 and are shown on a registered (unadjusted) basis for 1959 and years thereafter. In all tables
data adjusted for underregistration are so indicated; otherwise, the tables include data based only on registered
births.
The initial portions of this section describe the various
measures of fertility applied to annual birth data; the later
portions include annual figures and textual interpretation
of illegitimacy, seasonal variation of births, and such healthrelated items a s the number of plural births, the sex and
birth weight of liveborn children, and the proportion of all
births occurring in hospitals.

The crude birth rate
In 1961 there were 4,268,326 live births registered in
the United States representing an increase of less than 1
percent over the number of births in 1960. The crude birth
rate was 23.3 live births per 1,000 population compared
with the rate of 23.7 in the previous year (table 1-A).
The crude birth rate is of interest primarilyas a component of the rate of natural increase, which is the arith-

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SECTION 1 - NATALITY

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metic difference between the crude birth rate and the crude
death rate. In 1961 the rate ofnaturalincrease in the United
States was 14.0 persons per 1,000 population. The usefulness of the crude birth rate a s a measure of fertility
is somewhat limited by the fact that it does not take into
account the age and sex composition of the population.
Crude birth rates and rates of natural increase for the
United States and selected countries in 1961 were as
follows:

Crude birth
rate

Rate of natural
increase

'Figures for c o u n t r i e s o t h e r than t h e United S t a t e s a f e
b a s e d on d a t a p u b l i s h e d i n Vol. XVI, N o . l l , M o n t h l y B u l l e t i n
o f S t a t i s t i c s , S t a t i s t i c a l O f f i c e of t h e U n i t e d N a t g n s , New
York, November 1962.

The highest rate of natural increase in the United States
since the completion of the birth- and death-registration
areas (1933) was 16.5 in 1947; the lowestrate recorded was
6.8 during the midthirties.

Trend of the crude birth rate
Estimates of the total number of births and the birth
rate in the United States have been made for each year
since 1909. A s shown in table 1-B and figure 1-1, the midthirties separate two contrasting periods of change in the
crude rate. In the earlier period, 1909-33, the rate underwent a marked decline, dropping from 30.0 to 18.4, This
represents a continuation of the downward trend that had
started many years before. Available estimates place the
annual rate in the colonial period at 50 to 57 births per
1,000 inhabitants.2 The only appreciable interruption occurred shortly after the First World War. Following a sharp
drop in 1919, the rate climbed in the next 2 years again
turning downward to reach an alltime low during the depression period. The long-term decline has been characterized a s a genuine demographic revolution, related to
the development of modern society, the rapid development
in arts and sciences, and the adoption of a rational approach
2Dorrald J. Bogue, T h e P o p u l a t i o n o f t h e U n i t s d S t a t e . .
The F r e e Press o f Glencoe, I l l i n o i s , 1959.

FIGURE 1-1

LIVE BIRTHS AND BIRTH RATES: UNITED STATES, 1909-61
RATE

(Includes adjustments for States not in the blrlh-reglstrotlon are0 prior to 1933 Rotes per 1,000 populotlon. Trend h e 8 for 1959-61 based on registered
live births; trend h e 5 for 1909-59 based on live blrths adjusted for underregistration)

NUMBER
5,000,000

4,000,000

3,000,000

c
2,000,000

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SECTION 1 - NATALITY
in individual and family l i ~ i n g .Changes
~
in the reproductive
patterns of persons living in both urban and rural environments, and the increasing and more widespread knowledge
of effective contraceptive methods a r e factors associated
with this secular trend. The movement toward urbanization
was also a factor, since fertility is normallylower in urban
than in rural areas. However, its contribution is regarded
minor by some demographers. The postponement of
marriage and childbearing during the depression of the
1930's was an additional factor in lowering the birth rate.
In the years since the midthirties the rate has recovered
much of the loss that occurredin the two preceding decades.
Initially, there was a slow, irregular, upward movement
through 1940. This was succeeded by a more rapid rise
during the early years of World W a r 11, and by 1943 the
rate was at its wartime peak (22.7). Although some decreases
occurred during the latter years of the war (in part due to
the absence of large numbers of young men from the country
for prolonged periods of time), the rate did not drop substantially. With the end of the Second World War the rate
rose sharply until 1947, when i t reached what is perhaps
the highest point in 25 years. This peak reflects the demobilization of the Armed Forces at the end of 1945 and early
1946, the record number of marriages that followed, and
the high levels of employment and income. The decrease
in the following 3 years was moderate. In 1951 the rate
again moved upward for a few years, and then leveled off
at about 25 per 1,000 population. Since 1958 the rate has
been declining gradually.
The future course of fertility a s reflected in the crude
birth rate will depend upon future marriage and childbearing patterns a s well as upon the age and sex composition
of the population. The Bureau of the Census has taken these
factors into consideration in making its projections of the
future course of the crude birth rate in this country. The
projections a r e based upon two assumed levels of future
fertility, one higher designated Series 11, and one lower
designated Series 111. On the basis of Bureau of the Census
assumptions, the average annual rate per 1,000 midperiod
population would be 24.0 (Series 11) and 22.2 (Series 111)
for the period 1960-65. The corresponding rates for the
period 1965-70 would be 24.9 and 21.8, r e ~ p e c t i v e l y . ~
Age- s e x - adjusted

birth rate

The standardized birth rates in table I-C and figure
1-2 show what the birth rates per 1,000 population would
be in a specified year if there were the same age and sex
distributions a s in 1940. The rates were computed by the
direct method, that is, by multiplying the age-specific birth
rates for females 10-49 years of age in the specified year
by the number of females in the corresponding age group
of the 1940 population. The sum of these products divided
by the total enumerated population of 1940 is the age-sex3Wilson H. G r a b i l l , C l y d e V.
ton, T h e F e r t i l i t y o f A m e r i c a n
and Sons. I I I C . ? lQ6S.

Xiser,
Women

and P a s c a l I(. WhelpN e w York, John W i l e y

411. 9. Bureau o f t.he Census, " I n t e r i m R e v i s e d P r o j e c t i o n s
o f Lhc P o p u l a t i o n o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , b y Age and Sex: 1975
and 19801n C u r r f n t P o p u l a t i o n R e p o r t s
S e r i e s P-25, No. 251,
J u l y 0 , 1962.

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FIGURE 1-2

AGESEX-ADJUSTED BIRTH RATES BY COLOR: UNITED STATES, 1940-61
(Rolcs pnr I.000 popuIoIIon. R i n d llner for 1959-61 bocnd on regititred live births; trend tinet
fa 1940-59 bolnd on llm blrlhl odlualed for und8rraplrtrollonl

idjusted rate. The identical standardized population is used
'or both the white and nonwhite groups, that is, the rates
are not standardized for color.
The main value of the standardized rate is that it may
be compared over a period of years with the knowledge that
the observed differences a r e not attributed to or obscured
by variations in the age and sex composition of the population. Factors such a s the low birth rates of the 1930's.
the large number of births since World War 11, wartime
casualties, changes in the age-specific mortality rates and
net immigration have contributed to changes i n the age and
sex distribution. Females in the reproductive ages, for
example, are a smaller proportion of the population today
than 20 years ago-20 percent compared with 24. While the
total population of the United States has increased 38 percent between 1940 and 1961, the number of females in the
childbearing ages 15-44 years has increased only 14 percent. Moreover, the increase in the female population of
reproductive age was due primarily to gains in the groups
30 years and over. Women in the most fertile age group,
20-24 years, actually decreased by 2.9 percent since 1940;
also at ages 25-29, there was a decrease of 2.8 percent.
The standardized birthrate for all races combined shows
that had the age-sex distribution of the population remained
constant, the birth rate would have risen from 19.4 per
1,000 population in 1940 to 31.0 in 1961. This would have
meant an increase of 60 percent over this periodcompared with an actual increase in the crude rate of 20 percent from 1940 to 1961.
The use of a single standard population for computing
rates for the white and nonwhite groups permits the observation of differences in hypothetical crude rates between
the two groups if the population distributions of each were
the same.

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
Gross and net reproduction rates
A measure frequently used to summarize fertility conditions is the gross reproduction rate. This rate represents the number of daughters a hypothetical cohort of
1,000 women entering the childbearing period together would
have during their lives if (a) theywere subject to a givenset
of age-specific birth rates and (b) none of the cohort w e r e
to die before the completion of the childbearing period?
Thus a cohort of 1,000 women would bear 1,768 daughters
in their lifetime if they experienced the age-specific birth
rates for 1961 and no deaths occurred before the end of the
reproductive-age span. Table 1-D shows that the gross
reproduction rate increased steadily between 1950and 1957,
declined in 1958, and leveled off in the last 3 years. The
rate for nonwhite women has been consistently much higher
than that for white women and _ir! 1961 exceeded the latter
5The gross r e p r o d u c t i o n r a t e may a l s o b e d e f i n e d a s t h e
sum o f t h e a g e - s p e c i f i c b i r t h r a t e s f o r f e n l a l e i n f a n t s p e r
1 , 0 0 0 women of e a c h s i n g l e y e a r o f a g e . I n c o m p u t i n g t h e
gross r e p r o d u c t i o n r a t e s f o r t h i s r e p o r t , t h e a g e - s p e c i f i c
r a t e s f o r t h e 5 - y e a r a g e g r o u p s were m u l t i p l i e d b y 5 and
summed and t h e t o t a l m u l t i p l i e d by t h e p r o p o r t i o n which female b i r t h s formed o f a l l b i r t h s .
FIGURE 1-3

rate by 31.5 percent. In 1940 the difference was 31.4 percent, and in 1950 it was 34.2 percent.
The net reproduction rate is based on the specific
fertility and mortality conditions observed in a specified
year. A rate of 1,000 means that with the age-specific
birth and death rates experienced in the specified year, a
cohort of 1,000 newly born girls would bear just enough
daughters to replace themselves.
A comparison of the net reproduction rate with the gross
reproduction rate affords an indication of the relative loss
sustained by the potential childbearing population through
mortality. The fact that the difference between these two
rates is greater for the nonwhite women than for the white
is an indication of the greater age-specific mortality sustained by the nonwhite female population.
The net reproduction rate, useful a s it in in describing
fertility and mortality conditions, is of limited value a s an
indicator of future population growth. It does not take into
%o o b t a i n t h e n e t r e p r o d u c t i o n r a t e , t h e b i r t h r n t e f o r
e a c h s p e c i f i e d 5 - y e a r age group was m u l t i p l i e d b y 6 nnd by
t h e p r o b a b i l i t y ( a s d e t e r m i n e d from t h e l i f e t a b l e for t h e
year) of women s u r v i v i n g t o t h a t age group. The sum o f t h o s e
p r o d u c t s was t h e n m u l t i p l i e d b y t h e p r o p o r t i o n o f b i r t h s t h a t
were f e m a l e .

FERTILITY RATES: UNITED STATES, 1909-61

. ( ~ a t e sper
RAT

1,000 female population aged 15-44 years. Trend line for 1959-61 based on registered live births; trend line for 1 9 0 9 - 5 9 based
on live births adjusted for underregistration)

170

160

150

I

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140

e@'

140

130

130

I20

120

I10

110

100

100

90

90

80

80

70

70

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account nuptiality, marital duration, parity, childspacing,
and other factors. Where significant short-term changes in
these variables occur, fluctuations in the reproduction rates
can be deceptively large.

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The general fertility rate
A useful measure of fertility is the rate representing
the total number of live births per 1,000 female population
aged 15-44 years. In 1961 this rate, computed on the basis
of registered live births, was 117.3 compared with 118.0
for 1960. In 1950 the rate was 106.2, and during the 1930's
it was a s low a s 75.8 (table 1-B and figure 1-3). Since
1936 there has been a definite upward movement in the
fertility rate despite irregular fluctuations during World
War I1 and the immediate postwar years. The average rate
for the past decade was 116.4 compared with 95.3 for 194049 and 79.7 for 1930-39.

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1-4. By limiting this series of rates to the native white
group, it is possible to study changes without the effect of
the varying fertility patterns of the many foreign-born
women who came to this country in the early part of the
present century. Declines are observed in the rates for all
birth orders for native white women during the 1920's
and early 1930's. Rates for first and second births began
to recover shortly after 1933; third births did not do so
until 1940, and fourth births not until 1943. The rates for
fifth and sixth births remained virtually constant during
the war and immediate postwar period, but have been rising
since the early 1950's. The downward movement of the
rate for seventh births was not halted until 1953, while
for eighth births and above some recovery was observed
by the midfifties. The measurement of these rates only
to the unit position, however, does not permit a precise
indication of the relative change.

Birth rates by age of mother
and live-birth order

General fertility and live-birth order rates
for native white women
Fertility rates for native white women in the United
States from 1920 to 1961 a r e given in table 1-J and figure
'Ansley J. C o a l e and C . Y. Tye, nThe S i g n i f i c a n c e o f AgeP o t t o r n s o f F e r t i l i t y i n High F e r t i l i t y P o p u l a t i o n s , n T h e
M l l b a n k M e m o r i a l F u n d Q u a r t e r l y , October 1961.

Rates by age of mother.-Age-specific
rates relate
(a) the number of births to mothers in a 5-year age group
to (b) the female population of the same age. A comparison
of 1961 rates with those of 1960 shows relatively small
differences. In relation to the rates of 1950, however, the
current figures continue to provide a marked contrast

FIGURE 1-4

BIRTH RATES BY LIVE-BIRTH ORDER, FOR NATIVE WHITE WOMEN: UNITED STATES, 1920-61
(Rates per 1,000 native white female population aged 15-44 years Trend lines for 1960-61 based on registered live births; trend line for

1920-59 based on live births adjusted for underregistrotion)

50

40

40

30

20

IO

0

0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
I920

1930

1940

19 50

1961

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
(table 1-E 2nd figure 1-5). A t a g e s 20-24 years, for example,
there was an increase of'28 percent, and at ages 25-29 an
increase of 19 percent:

1960

1950

15-44 years-- 117.3

118.0

106.2

10.5

89.1
258.1
197.4
112.7
56.2
15.5

81.6
196.6
166.1
103.7
52.9
15.1

8.7
28.4
18.7
9.5
5.1
3.3

88.7
252.5
197.1
113.6
55.6
15.6

30C

500

15c

?IO

10(

zw

151

150

1oc

100

5c

50

,
I

March
1961

March
1950

Percent
increase)
1950-61

1961

15-19 years-----20-24 years-----25-29 years-----30-34years-----35-39 years-----40-44 years------

The percent married in 1950 and 1961 a r e shown below:

0
0

These changes a r e largely a function of two factors: (a) the
proportion of women who were married, and (b) the marital
fertility rates. Between 1950 and 1961, there was a definite
rise in age-specific rates for married women (table I-K).
Year-to-year fluctuations in age-specific rates for married
women are due in part to the sampling variability associated
with estimating the size of the married female population.
There were also moderate increases in the proportion of
married women in the reproductive ages 20 years and over?
'U.S.
B u r e a u o f t h e C e n s u s , " M a r i t a l S t a t u s and F a m i l y
SeriesP-20,
S t a t u s : March 1961, n C u r r e n t P o p u l a t i o n R e p o r t s
No. 114, J a n u a r y 3 1 , 1 9 6 2 .

Among all women (married and unmarried combined), the
most fertile ages in 1961, a s in previous years, were 2024 years. About one out of four women in these ages bore a
child in 1961. For women aged25-29years, the second most
fertile group, about one out of five gave birth during this
year. Ranking third and fourth were women 30-34 and 15-19
years, respectively. The lower rank order of the youngest
age group is heavily influenced, of course, by the relatively
smaller proportion married, In comparison, for married
women fertility is far greater at ages 15-19 than at any
other age. In 1961, 54 percent of these women bore a child
compared with 35 percent a t ages 20-24 and 22 percent at
ages 25-29 years. In 1961, a s inotherrecent years, slightly
more than 7 out of 10 babies were born to mothers under
30 years of age and approximately 9 out of every 10 to
mothers under 35 years. A s shown in table 1-G, the median
age of childbearing in 1961 was 25.4 years.
Number of births and rates by live-birth order.-Small
decreases in the number of second and third births occurred
between 1960 and 1961. These were in contrastto increases
in the number of fourth and subsequent births. Over the
years there has been a gradual shift in the composition of
births by birth order. Only 51 percent of all births were
first and second children in 1961 compared with 62 percent
in 1950. Births of fourth and higher orders now represent
30 percent of the total compared withonly21 percent a decade ago.
Birth rates by live-birth order, per 1,000 femalepopulation aged 15-44 years, are given in table 1-F and figure
1-6 for each year from 1940 through 1961. These figures
show that the rates for third and subsequent births were
substantially greater in 1961 than in 1950, while those for
first and second births dropped a little. Percent changes in
birth rates by live-birth order for selected years a r e a s
follows:

1950

1960

to

to

1961

1961

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
.

A comparison of birth-order rates for the white and nonwhite groups shows that for each group the rates for 1961
were about the same a s those for 1960. Since 1953 the rate
for first births among the nonwhites has been slightly
above the rate for the whites; in earlier years, the reverse
was generally true. This is of interest in view of the findings that the rate of childlessness among nonwhites has
in the past been greater thanamongwhites: andit suggests
the possibility that the latter relationship may be in the
process of change.
The base populations used in computing the foregoing
rates for birth order include all females 15-44 years of
age. They a r e not specific a s to age and parity and include
segments of the female population in which the probability
of having a child of specified order is very low o r is zero.
For example, in computing rates for first births in a given
year, the population base includes females regardless of
their marital status or the number of children they already
had. At least part of the variation in the rates for birth
order in recent years is, therefore, attributable to changes
in composition of the female population by parity a s well
a s age.
Rates by age of mother and live-birth order.-Table
I-H shows birth rates for 1961 by age of mother and livebirth order. These datamay be compared with corresponding
figures for earlier years to assess the effect of changing
age composition of the female population on the rates for
specified birth orders. For example, the rate for first
births, taking all age groups together, was lower in 1961
than in 1950, but the rates for first births among women
aged 15-19 and 20-24 years increased

AGE

-*

?ercent
:hange

-6.6
+6.4
+7.6
-30.1
-43.4
-47.4
-41.7

25.7

37.1

0.7

1.2

28.4

32.1
-

-11.5

21.2
84.9
47.0
16.0
6.0
1.3

19.2
69.4
51.3
27.6
9.6
1.8

+lo.4
+22.3
-18.0
-39.1
-37.5
-27.8

The situation is similar with respect to the rate for second
births. While for all age groups combined, it was 11.5 percent lower in 1961 than in 1950, the rates for second births
among women 15-19 and 20-24 years showed increases of
10.4 and 22.3, respectively. Here, also, i t was only in the
9wiison H. Crabill and P a u l C. Click, nDemographic and
locial Aspects o f Childlessness: Census Data,” M i l b a n k M e m o r i a l F u n d Q u a r t e r l y , J a n u a r y 1959.

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older age groups that a decline occurred. With regard to
rates for third and higher birth orders, the increases
which occurred between 1950 and 1961 reflected gains in
virtually all 5-year age groups.
At all ages, lower birth orders were more prominent
for white than for nonwhite mothers. Data in table 1-H
indicate that first, second, and third births accounted for
almost half of the births among white women through
their early thirties. In the case of white women aged 3034, for example, first, second, and third births accounted
for 47 percent of the total; but they accounted for only
25 percent for nonwhite women. Toward the end of the
fertility cycle, higher birth orders almost completely dominated the nonwhite picture. For nonwhite women 40-44
years of age, sixth births and above comprised 70 percent
of the total births compared with only 39 percent for white
women. The disparity in ages between white and nonwhite
mothers is shown in table 1-G. In 1961 the median age
of the nonwhite mother is lower for every birthorder.
For first and second births the difference is 2 years,
while for third through seventh births it is 3 years o r
more. In 1950 these differences were greater for nearly
all birth orders. The absolute difference (in years) between
the median age of white and nonwhite mothers for 1950
and 1961 is a s follows:
1961

1950

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SECTION 1 - NATALITY

Parity distribution and birth rates by parity
and age of mother
The changes in birth-order rates observed in recent
years are related to changes in the relative size of the
parity group in which such births can occur (table 1-M)
and in the size of the parity rate or birth probability, as
it is also called (table 1-N). "Parity" refers to the number
of live children borne by a woman a s of a particular time.
Two-parity women, for example, a r e those who at the
beginning of the specified year already have two children
and who may therefore have a third during the year. Thus a
factor in the number of third births during any year is the
number of two-parity women at the beginning of the year.
The parity rate is the proportion of such women who have
a third child.
The table above shows that the rate for second births
to women aged 25-29 years declined from 57.3 in 1950
to 47.0 in 1961. It can now be seen that this was not due to
a diminished propensity for women with one child to add
a second but rather to a decrease in the relative number
of women subject to having a second child. Table 1-N shows
that for this age group the birth probability for having a
second child actually increased from 193.8 to 247.8 per
1,000 between 1950 and 1961. And table 1-M shows that
the percent of one-parity women aged 25-29 a s of the beginning of the year decreased from 29.4 in 1950 to 18.5 a s
of January 1, 1962.
The parity data also throw light on other aspects of
the fertility picture. According to figures for 1961 and
earlier years, the chances that a woman with three children
will have another baby are greater, on the average, than
for a woman with two children. Futhermore, this probability continues to increase (up to a point) with each SUCcessive birth. Take, for example, again, women aged 2529. Table 1-N shows that among those with twochildren
at the beginning of 1961 about 180 per 1,000 gave birth
to a third during the year. For those with three children,
the rate was 183; for those with four children, 209; and
s o on. For women with seven children or more, over one
in three had an additional child in 1961.
A departure from the general pattern of increasedrates
with increased parity occurs between second and third births.
The proportion of women with one child who give birth to
a second is consistently greater year after year than the
proportion with two children who have a third.
The percentage distribution of women by parity shown
in table 1-M provides some insight into the change in
family size over the last decade. Among women 30-34
years of age, a steady decline has occurred in the relative
number of women who have only one child, while the proportion with three children or more has increased from
28.0 percent in 1950 to 48.7 a s of January 1, 1962. There
has also been a decline in the percent of women who are
childless in all age groups. In recent years, among women
aged 40-44 years, that is, those reaching the end of their
reproductive span, there has been a rapid decline in the
number who a r e childless-from 20 percent in 1956 to 13

percent in 1962. At ages 35-39 years it is already down
to 12 percent.
January
1962

15-44 years---15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44

years-------years-------years-------years-------years-------years--------

January
1950

Percent

decrease

33.6

40.4

16.8

92.5
46.7
17.4
13.0
12.0
12.5

92.9

0.4
16.2
38.7
40.9
46.4
44.7

55.7
28.4
22.0
22.4
22.6

Birth rates by age of father
A s would be expected, the highest rates occur at a
somewhat older age for men (25-29 years) than for women
(20-24 years). The median age of father was 28,7 in 1961
compared with 25.4 for mothers. There has been a small
drop in this measure over the past two decades; the median
age was 29.8 in 1940 and 29.3 in 1950. A comparison of
the age-specific rates between 1960 and 1961 (table I-L)
shows that the rates for men under 25 decreased; rares for
most other age groups increased.
Between 1950 and 1961 the rates moved up for each
group through age 39. The amount of increase was largest
in the younger age groups:

14.2
142.0
186.7
141.9
87.2

20.3
194.9
234.0
158.3
87.8

1.0

i43.0
t37.3
+25.5
+11.6
-1-0.7
-4.7
-15.3
-16.0
-28.6

J

f
I

Marked changes in the fertility.pattern by age of father
and color have occurred between I940 and 1961, In 1940,
nonwhite males 20-24 years of age had a higher birth rate
than those 25-29 years old; in 1950 the rates for the two
groups were almost equal; by 1961the older group surpassed
the younger group on this measure. Among white males,
those aged 25-29 years have been the most fertile group
for each year data a r e available, but a change has occurred
in the age group ranking second. In 1940 this position was

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
held by the 30-34 year olds, whose rate was 37 percent
higher than the 20-24 year group, which ranked third.
In 1961 the positions of the two were reversed.

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any single birth order with any 5-year ageof mother group.
LIVE-BIRTH ORDER

COLOR AND AGE

Births by sex of child

3d

In 1961, a s in previous years, male births ournumbered
female births. Table 1-0 indicates, however, that there
has been a slight decline in t h w e x ratio since the end of
World War 11. Currently the ratidis 1,050 males, per 1,000
females, compared with 1,058 in 1946. The white group,
rather than the nonwhite, appears to be responsible for this
trend. Among the latter group, the ratio fluctuated somewhat
erratically between 1,011 and 1,028. In the case of white
births, it decreased almost steadily from 1,063 to 1,055.
Various investigations have been carried out a s to the
factors affecting the sex ratio." In particular, the effect
of age of mother, age of father, and birth order have been
studied. The following table based on 1961 data presents
sex ratios, crossclassified with age of mother and birth
order. In general, the sex ratio dropped with an increase in
(1)birth order o r (2) age of mother. However, thisrelationship does not usually p o l d p u e for a crossclassification of

N o v i t z k i a n d A. W. K i m b a l l , # B i r t h Order, P a r e n t a l
and Sex of O f f s p r i n g , " American Jouranl of Human Ocnotica
Vol.
1 0 , No. 3, S e p t e m b e r 1958.

.E''
Ages,

R o b e r t J.

Myers,

-

(IF

E:-

"The E f f e c t

o f Age o f M o t h e r a n d B i r t h

O r d o r o n S e x ILatio a t B i r t h , " M i l b a n k M e m o r i a l

Fund Quarterly.

J u l y 1064.

1,060

1,055
1,048
1,044
1,036
1,038
1,055!!

1,069
1,068
1,070
1,060
1,072
1,101
1,095

1,051
1,049
1,039
1,049

1,044
-

1,058

5
1,oac

1,056

1,042

1,050
1,043
1,050
1,123

1,046

1,063
1,067
1,064
1,068
1,096
1,088

1,068

1,060

1,054
-

1,036

1,037

*

1,051
1,041
1,045

--

1,022

1,010

1,058

1,048

1,040

1,046

1,047

1,070
1,060
1,052
1,043
1,058
1,U7

1,030
1,048
1,048
1,052
1,039
1,067

1,125
1,040
1,047
1,038
1,017
1,024

1,243
1,079
1,037
1,049
1,028
1,090

917
1,083
1,064

1,015

1,003

1,017

1,027
1,016
-

1,020

1,037

1,026
1,028
1,022
1,039
973
1,193

-

1,051
1,038
1,021

1,004
1,014

1,oa

1,033
1,055
814

'994

1,000

I

1058
'963

I

Crude birth rates by month (adjusted to an annual basis)
in the period 1951-61 followed a fairly regular seasonal
pattern (table 1-Q). A s shown by the solid line in figure
1-7, there was a minor peak in February of each year,
a major peak in August or September, and troughs in the
spring and in December-January. This resembles the bimodal distribution observed in the years prior to World

BIRTH RATES BY MONTH, UNADJUSTED AND ADJUSTED FOR SEASONAL VARIATION:
UNITED STATES, 1951-61
Per lP00 estimated

for specifled month)

Populollon

30

30

25

25

20

20

0

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1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

976

Birth r a t e s by month

FIGURE 1-7

( R a t e s on an annual basis

1;OU

-----.
1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

Based on registered births
Adjusted for seosonol variation (1951-59 based on blrths adjusted
for underregistration; 1960-61 based on registered blrths)

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

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War II?l However, in the prewar pattern the lowest rate
was in December, whereas in the more recentperiodthe
annual low was in April or May. Also, monthly fluctuations
were previously more moderate.
Table 1-R and figure 1-7 show the monthly crude birth

FIGURE 1-8

MONTHLY INDEXES OF LIVE BIRTHS BY
LIVE-BIRTH ORDER AND COLOR: UNITED STATES, 1961
INDEX

1

INDEX

1

110

-

105

-

100

-

95

-

90

-

5

I

I

851
J

F

FIRST BIRTH ORDER -1115

7

I
M

1
A

I

I
M

J

SECOND

I

65

I

I

1

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J

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N

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BIRTH ORDER

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1

rates adjusted for seasonal variation. The residual movements represent random variation a s well a s the fertility
response to underlying nonseasonal changes in specific
factors. Monthly fertility rates adjusted for seasonality are
also shown in table I-R. While in any single year the
pattern of these rates would be similar to those of the crude
rate, for use in secular trend analysis, the fertility rate
series is more appropriate.
There is a close resemblance in the seasonal pattern
of births among the different live-birth orders; however,
minor differences exist between the white and nonwhite
births. Among white births, the major and minor peaks
a r e similar for first, second, and third or higher birth
orders. Among nonwhites, for each of these birth orders,
the major peak and trough a r e more prominent, while the
January-December trough is more moderate, compared
with the pattern among white births. In figure 1-8, the
seasonal pattern of births by live-birth order is expressed
in terms of a monthly index standardized to the monthly
average for the year (100.0).
A comparison of the monthly variation in the number
of births in the United States with that of Japan indicates
that the variation is much greater for Japan, with the monthly
index ranging from a high of 122.6 in January 1960 to a low
of 87.6 in June. For the United States the range in 1961 was
from 107.6 in September to 94.5 in May, The monthly
fluctuations noted for the United States a r e comparable to
those of England and Wales. The peak month of birth for
England and Wales, however, is March with a minor peak
in September.
The monthly indices of births for the United States,
England and Wales, and Japan were a s follows:'z

I85

1

UNLTED STA!rES

m c m arD WALEST

SAINI

YOrn

1961

1960

1959

1965

1959

1958

1XA

1CG7

IYJI

fJ7.E

5z.c
'55.4

32.0
55.5
55.6

I

85'
J

I
F

M

A

M

J

J

A

S

O

N

D

'Limited to legitimate live births only. The low ratio in June, J u y , and A'JPIst
of 1958 is attributed to the epidemic Of Asian influenza which occilrred i n the ailtumn of 1957.

12Data f o r England and Wales from P a r t I11 o f t h e R e d i a S t a t i s t i c a l R e v i e w o f E n d l a n d and W s l s a for
1 9 5 9 and 1 9 8 0 .
London, H. Y. S t a t i o n e r y Office, 1 9 0 1 and
t r e r Oensral's

"For a d e t a i l e d d i s c u s s i o n o f s e a s o n a l i t y , see " S e a s o n a l
V a r i a t i o n s o f B i r t h s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , 1948-54, n b y Deward
E. Waggoner and J o s e p h S c h a c h t e r , N a t i o n a l O f f i c e o f V i t a l
S t a t i s t i c s , V i t a l S t a t i s t i c s - - S p e c i a l R e p o r t s V o l . 4 7 , NO.
4, 1 9 5 9 .

1962.
D a t a f o r Japan computed from f i g u r e s p u b l i s h e d in Volume
1 o f V i t a l S t a t i s t i c 8 f o r 1 9 5 8 , 1 9 5 9 , and 1960.
j a p a n , Divis i o n o f H e a l t h and W e l f a r e S t a t i s t i c s , W e l f a r e M i n i s t e r ' s
Secretariat.

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
Plural births

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the nonwhite a r e even greater. Plural births per 1,000
live births by age of mother a r e shown below:

Of the 4,268,326 live births in 1961, 86,100 o r 20.2
per 1,000 live births were from plural deliveries. This
ratio varies somewhat from year to year:
15-44 years-------

Total

White

Nonwhite

20.2
20.4
20.6
20.6
20.5
21.3

19.0
19.3
19.5
19.5
19.4
20.4

26.6
26.3
27.0
27.0
26.7
26.6

15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44

Among the States the ratio ranged from a low of 16.9 in
Hawaii and Utah to a high of 25.1 in Mississippi. (It should
be noted that the foregoing ratios a r e in terms of the number
of live births from plural deliveries.) The geographic
variations in the ratio are partly due to differences in
the racial composition of the population. Orientals have
the lowest twinning rate, whites the next lowest, and
Negroes the highest.
For both the white and nonwhite groups, the sex ratio
of males to females was higher in single than in twin
deliveries :

Single
delivem'es

Twin
deliveries

This may be explained by the greater fetal loss among plural
births, in combination with the fact that fetal deathrates
a r e highest among males. In the 1958 twin birth data, in
which the twin live births and fetal deaths were matched by
mates, the sex ratios for both white and nonwhite twins
were higher--1,025 and 1,033, respectively.
The median weight for births from plural deliveries
(2,430grams) is 880 grams less than for births from single
deliveries (table I-Y), This size difference is due to the
generally earlier termination of pregnancies involving multiple births and the less favorable nutritional environment
of plural births during the gestation period.
The relative frequency of multiple births increased
with age of mother up to ages 35-39. The chances of plural
births a r e almost 2% times a s great a t ages 35-39 than a t
15-19. This situation holds true for both the white and nonwhite groups, except that the differences by age among

yeas----------yeas----------years----------years----------years----------years-----------

Total

White

Nonwhite

20.2

19.0

26.7

12.4
16.8
21.9
26.1
29.9
24.1

11.8
15.7
20.4
24.3
28.4
22.4

14.5
23.2
30.6
36.4
38.8
33.8

Research into the factors associated with twinning has
shown that birth order a s well a s age of mother is a significant ~ a r i a b 1 e . l ~

Attendant at birth
In 1961, 97 births out of every 100 were delivered in
hospitals compared with 56 per 100 in 1940. This striking
increase is believed to be a t least partly responsible for
the substantial declines in infant and maternal mortality
that also took place during these years. The trendin
hospital utilization for obstetrical care is characterized
by a fairly rapid rise through the midforties and a more
gradual increase since (table I-S and figure 1-9). The inhospital movement has been accompanied by a marked
decrease in the proportion of births delivered by nonphysicians. Only 2.1 percent of births were nonmedically
attended in 1961, whereas in 1940 the figure was 9.3 percent.
The proportion of white births delivered in hospitals
is now close to 100 percent, and this has been accomplished
over a relatively short span of years. A s recently a s 1940
only three out of five white births occurred in hospitals.
However, during the war years considerable progress
was made, and by 1948 the proportion had risen to 90 percent. It has since continued to increase and in 1961 stood
a t 99 percent.
With the low rate of hospital utilization prior to 1940
for the nonwhite group, the potential for improvement has
been much greater. Between 1940 and 1961 the proportion
of in-hospital births to nonwhite mothers tripled-from 27
percent to 86 percent. There were also sharp increases
in the proportion of births attended by physicians. Eightynine percent of the nonwhite births were medically attended
in 1961 a s compared with only 51 percent in 1940. For

14J. Yerushalmy and S. E.

Sheerar,

"The R e l a t i o n o f Order

of B i r t h and Age o f P a r e n t s t o t h e F r e q u e n c y o f L i k e - S e x e d
and U n l i k e - S e x e d Twin D e l i v e r i e s , n

Human B i o l o g y

February

1940.

13Alan F. Outtmacher, P r e g n a n c y a n d B i r t h
V i k i n g P r e s s , 1 9 6 7 . p . 277.

New York,

The

Norma McArthur, VThe R e l a t i v e A e t i o l o g i c a l E f f e c t s of Mat e r n a l Age and P a r i t y i n B i n o v u l a r T w i n n i n g , " A n n a l s o f E u g e n i c a . Vol. 18, 1954.

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

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the white group, on the other hand, the proportion of
births attended by physicians has been near 100 percent
for a number of years.
Table 1-T shows the percentage distribution of live
births by attendant and color for geographic areas. The
proportion of births delivered by nonphysicians is generally highest in the Southern States. In Mississippi nearly
one-fourth of all registered births were delivered without
benefit- of medical attendance. In Ahbania and South Carolina, the corresponding proportions were 15 and 13 percent, respectively.
FIGURE 1-9

PERCENT

OF LIVE BIRTHS OCCURRING IN HOSPITALS, BY COLOR:
UNITED STATES, 1940-61

1940

1945

1950

1955

1961

This is primarily due to the sizable number of nonmedical deliveries for the nonwhite group in the South.
In Mississippi, for example, over 99 percent of the white
births compared with only 55 percent of the nonwhite
births were delivered by physicians. Since in these Southern
States nonwhite births form a large proportion of all births
annually, the large number of nonmedical deliveries for
the nonwhites tends to pull down the total proportion of births
attended by physicians.

Illegitimate births
Illegitimate births were first reported for the birthregistration area of the United States in 1917. In that year
20 out of every thousand babies born alive were born out
of wedlock. There has been a more o r less consistent
increase in reported and estimated illegitimate births
since that time. The illegitimacy ratios (the number of
illegitimate live births per 1,000 total live births) for the
years 1930 to 1960 were: 35 for 1930; 38 for 1940; 40
for 1950; and 53 for 1960.
An estimated 240,200 babies were born out of wedlock
i n 1961. This was an increase of 15,900 or 7 percent over

1960, and represented an increase of 150,700 babies o r
168 percent over 1940, the last prewar year, In the 10year period 1942-51, which includes the World War II
period, 1,225,300 illegitimate births occurred; and i n the
more recent period 1952-61, the number rose to an estlmated 1,960,000, an increase of about 60 percent, Ten
years ago, 39 babies out of every thousand born were
illegitimate; in 1961 this number had climbed to 56 babies
per thousand.
These figures are for the United States a s a whole
and a r e based on information from live-birth records
in those States that require reporting on illegitimacy,
In 1961, 34 States and the District of Columbia are included
in the reporting area. The figures include estimates for
the States not reporting this item. A l l figures must be
used with some caution; no adjustments are made for
misstatements concerning legitimacy status on birth certificates or for illegitimate births not registered.
The growth in illegitimate births has been substantial
for both white and nonwhite mothers since 1940 (table
1-V). Illegitimate births to white mothers increased from
40,300 in that year to a record 91,100 in 1961, White
illegitimate births rose during World War 11, then declined
following 1946. Since 1952 the number has steadily increased, the growth i n the past 10 years being 68 percent.
The number of illegitimate births to nonwhite mothers
has tripled since 1940. There were 49,200 births in 1940
and 149,100 in 1961, an increase of over 203 percent.
The proportion of white mothers has increased slightly
since a relatively low point in 1956 when they produced
35 percent of all estimated illegitimate births, By 1961
this proportion had increased to 38 percent. It was accompanied by a corresponding decrease in the nonwhite
category, from 65 percent of total illegitimate births
in 1956 to 62 percent in 1961.
There are several ways of expressing the frequency
of illegitimacy in addition to stating the number of births,
The illegitimacy rate measures illegitimate births per
1,000 unmarried women 15-44 years of age (table 1-XI,
In 1940 this rate was 7.1; by 1950 it had doubled and by
1960 tripled. In 1961, there were 22.6 illegitimate births
per 1,000 women in this category, the highest rate ever
measured in the United States. This rise has beenreflected
in every 5-year age of mother group since 1940, The rdtes
have been affected not only by the successively larger
number of births out of wedlock but also by the accompanying
decreases in the rate base-the unmarried female population of reproductive age.
Another measure for certain types of comparison is the
illegitimacy ratio, the number of illegitimate live births per
1,000 total live births (table I-W). The illegitimacyratio has
risen steadilysince 1951and 1952, when there were 39.1 illegitimate live births per 1,000 total live births. In 1961 this
ratio was 56.3. A similar development is found in both white
and nonwhite groups. The estimated illegitimacy ratio for the
white group in 1951 and 1952 was 16.3; in 1961 it was 25'3,
The ratio for the nonwhites was 183.4 i n 1952 and 223.4 in
1961. The decrease in the nonwhite ratio observed in 1960
has not been maintained.
The proportion of young mothers having illegitimate
children continues to be significant, with almost threc-

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
quarters of the number of mothers being under 25 years
of age. The teenage proportion was the highest in terms
of 5-year age of mother groups. Over 98,OOOillegitimate
babies were born to mothers under 20 years of age; this
figure represented 41 percent of all the estimated illegitimate births in 1961. The age group 15-19 years produced
93,200 estimated illegitimate babies; of these about half
were born to mothers aged 15, 16, and 17 years old, and
the remainder to mothers aged 18 and 19.
The nonwhite teenage group aged 15-19 years has consistently produced more children than the white, but the
relative difference between them has undergone a slight
change in recent years. Ten years ago, in 1952, the number
of illegitimate white births was 19,600 and the number of
nonwhite births was 39,000, representing 33.4 percent and
66.4 percent of the total, respectively. In 1961, the number
of illegitimate births to white girls aged 15 to 19years
was 36,100 and to nonwhite girls was 57,100. The proportion born to white mothers had increased to 38.7 percent and to nonwhite had declined to 61.3 percent in the
IO-year period.
The number of illegitimate births per 1,000 totalbirths
by color are shown in table 1-U for the States whichreport
this item. In 1961, a s in recent years, the District of Columbia had the highest ratio (65.8) for the white group.
The ratio for the nonwhite group was highest in Delaware
(323.5) although this indicated a decline from 1960. Adequate comparisons between the States in terms of these
ratios cannot properly be made as many factors affect
them, such a s the amount of misstatement on the birth
record to conceal legitimacy status, differences in birth
registration completeness between legitimate and illegitimate births, and marital status and age composition of
the female population. Despite these shortcomings, the
available data on illegitimacy provide An insight into the
estent of illegitimacy, aid in the adniinistering or programs
related to children born out of wedlock, and a r e of major
importance to various State and community agencies which
deal with the health and welfare of citizens.

Birth weight
A great majority of the children born in 1961 (more
than 92 percent) weighed over 2,500 grams (table I-Y).
The remaining 7.8 percent represented immature births
(2,500 grams or less) according to the birth weight criterion.16 This group, although constituting a small portion
of total births, represents special health problems since
a large number of infants dying within 28 days of birth a r e
immature a t birth. Only a small proportion of infants
(1.5 percent) weighed over 4,500 grams. Extremely large
babies a r e also subject to higher mortality than average-sized infants.
The peak concentration of births was between 3,001
and 3,500 grams. Nearly two-fifths of the births in 1961
were a t these weights. The median weight for all children
was 3,300 grams.

"SCC d i s c u s s i o n o f ' b i r t h w e i g h t i n t h e T e c h n i c a l Appendix.

1-15

Nonwhite babies weighed on the average 180grams less
a t birth than white babies. The percent of nonwhite infants with birth weights of 2,500 grams o r less was 13.0
compared with 6.9 for white infants. The proportion of
infants falling into the three lowest weight categories
(1,000 grams or less to 2,000 grams) was twice a s great
for nonwhites a s for whites. A t the other end of the weight
scale (4,501 grams or more) the proportions for the white
and nonwhite groups were 1.6 and 1.2 percent, respectively.
Since 1950, the first year for whichdata on birth weight
were available, the percentage of immature babies among
all births in this country has varied only slightly (between
7.5 and 7.8 percent). Among the white group during this
same period the comparable proportion dropped a little
(from 7.2 percent in 1950 to 6.9 in 1961), but the percentages for the nonwhite group increased from 10.4 percent
in 1950 to 13.0 in 1961. Several factors may have contributed to this increase. More precise measuring andreport-.
ing of birth weight may have faken place. There has been
a sizable reduction in the relative number of birth weights
"not stated" for nonwhite infants during this same period.
Improvements in prenatal and obstetrical care made since
1950 would tend to increase the proportion of immature
babies surviving to delivery.
Birth weight by geographic division. -The distribution
of births by weight varied appreciably from area to area
(table 1-Y). Among the nonwhite, the proportion of children
born prematurely ranged from a high of 15.1 percent for
the residents of the Middle Atlantic Division to a low of
10.5 in the Mountain Division. For the white group, the proportion weighing 2,500 grams or less was, however, highest
in the Mountain Division (8.5 percent) and lowest in the
West North Central (6.1 percent).
In all divisions the percentages of immature births
were greater in the nonwhite group than in the white. The
differential between these proportions, however, varied
considerably. It was highest in the MiddIe Atlantic Division
and smallest in the Mountain Division.
The estent to which the variability of immature births
among geographic divisions may be due to differences
in ethnic or race compositions of the areas is not known.
For example, the lowest percentages of immature births
occurred among the nonwhite group in the Mountain and
Pacific Divisions. In these geographic divisions, 67 percent and 47 percent, respectively, of the nonwhite births
are other than Negro, whereas elsewhere in the United
States the vast majority of nonwhite births a r e Negro.
Also noteworthy a r e the comparatively large proportions of nonwhite infants in the Southern divisions falling
into the high birth weight groups (4,501 grams or more).
In most other divisions, the percentages of nonwhite children weighing this much were considerably smaller and
were generally lower than for the white.
Birth weight by age of mother.-Table 1-Z shows that
the percent of immature births was highest among very
young mothers (under 20 years of age). This proportion ,
decreased in each of the next two age groups and increased
thereafter. Average birth weight, however, generally increased with age of mother and did not reflect the rise
in tfie percentage of immature births in the latter repro-

1-16

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
RGURE 1-16

I

CRUDE BIRTH RATES BY STATd: UNITED STATES, 1961

MEDIUM BIRTH RATE
m
2
3
.
5I O 2 5 0

m
2
2
.
0to 23.5

LOW BIRTH RATE

m
2
1
.
5to 22.0
m 2 0 . 9 to 21.5

I

--

..

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
ductive years. Because of the high correlation between age
of mother and birth order, variation in the incidence of
immaturity with age of mother may also be related to
concomitant changes in birth order. This relationship has
been explored in a study based on births in the first 3
months of 1950;'

1-17

population). Increases occurred in only four States and the
District of Columbia. A s in previous years, the crude
birth rate in 1961 varied substantially from State to State
(table 1-AA). Alaska again ranked first with 32.3 births

per 1,000 population, and New Mexico ranked second with'
a rate of 30.5. Oregon again ranked lowest (20.9) among
the States a s it did in 1957, 1958, and 1959.
Birth rates were generally lowest in the Middle Atlantic Division and highest in the Mountain Division. However, there was considerable variability among the States
within some of the divisions (figure 1-10). For example, the
States with both the highestandlowest crude birth rates were
in the Pacific Division. While differences in rates among the
States a r e still sizable, they a r e diminishing. In 1940, the coefficient of variation with regard to the State rates based
on registered births was 15.6 percent compared with 9.8
percent for 1961.l7 This change has resulted in part from
the marked increases since 1940 in areas with low rates
and from decreases in areas with very high rates.

"Jeanne Loeb, "Weight a t B i r t h and S u r v i v a l o f Newborn,
by Age o f Mother and T o t a l - B i r t h Order: U n i t e d S t a t e s , E a r l y
1050,n N a t i o n a l O f f i c e o f v i t a l S t a t i s t i c s , V i t a l S t a t i s t i c s - S p e c i a l R e p o r t s , Vol. 4 7 , No. 2, 1958.

"The c o e f f i c i e n t o f v a r i a t i o n is t h e r a t i o o f t h e s t u n d ard d e v i a t i o n f o r t h e s e r i e s t o t h e a r i t h m e t i c mean f o r t h e
Same s e r i e s e x p r e s s e d a s Q p e r c e n t .

Birth rates by State
Between 1960 and 1961 most States showed a decline

in the crude birth rate (the number of live births per 1,000

1-18

Table

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-A. Live Births and Birth Rates, by Color: Birth-Registration States,
1915-32,and United States, 1933-.61

(Data refer only to births occurring within the specified area. Rates per 1,000 popu!ation residing m area for specified gr
1960 based on population enumerate as of April 1; for all other years estimated as

Elonwhite

p, except as noted. Rates for 1940, 1950, and
July 1)

Total

mite

4,268,326
4,257,850
4 244 796
4:203:812

3,600,864
3 600 744
3:597:430
3,572,306

667,462
657,106
647,366
631,506

23.3
23.7
24.0
24.3

22.2

31.6

22.7
22.1
23.2

8"a

4,254,784
4,163,090
4,047,295
4,017,362

3,621,456
3,545,350
3,458,448
3,443,630

633,328
617,740
588,847
573,732

25.0
24.9
24.6
24.9

23.9
23.8
23.6
23.9

33.9
33.3
33.2
33.2

3,356,772
3,322,658
3,237,072
3,063,627

545,348
524,328
513,778
490,522

24.6
24.7
24.5
23.6

23.7
23.9

32.4
31,O

23.6
22.7

51.0

3,559,529
3,535,068
3,699,940
3,288,672

3,083,722
3,080,326
3,274,620
2,913,645

475,808
454,752
425,320
375,027

23.9
24.2
25.8
23.3

23.2
23.5
25.5
23.0

30.6

2,735,456
2,794,800
2,934,860
2,808,996

2,395,563
2,454,700
2,594,763
2,486,934

339,893
340,100
340,097
322,062

19.5
20.2
21.5
20.8

19.1
19.8
21.2
20.6

23.8
23.6
24.1
23.2

2,93,427
2,360,399
2,265,588
2,286,962

2,204,903
2,067,953
1,982,671
2,005,955

308,524
292,446
282,917
282,007

18.8
17.9
17.3
17.6

18.4
17.5
16.9
17.2

22.6
21.7

2,203,337
2,144,790
2 155 105
2:167:636
2,081,232

1,928,437
1,881,883
1,888,012
1 898 501
1:823:531

274,900
262,907
267,093
269,135
257,701

17.1
16.7
16.9
17.2
16.6

16.7
16.4
16.5
16.7
16.2

20.9
20.1
20.6
20.3

2,074,042
Z,L22,760
2,203,958

251,617
245,515
250,795
245,445

17.4

2,169,920

1,822,425
1,867,245
1,953,163
1,924,475

17.0
17.7
18.6
18.5

21.5
21.0
21.6
21.3

2,233,149
2,137,836
1,856,068
1,878,880

1,982,246
1,925,585
1,707,034
1,731,669

250,903
222,251
149,034
147,Zl.l

19.7
20.5

19.4
20.2
20.2

22.1
23.E

1,930,614
1,792,646
1,774,Sl.I
1,714,261
1,508,874

1,762,872
1,644,034
1,629,387
1,565,446
1,395,523

167,742
148,612
145,524
148,815
L13,351

1,269,363
L,288,7U.
1,280,288
799,817
763,899

104,075
74,338
73,504
19,166
12,405

_.

1,373,438
1,363,649
1,353,792
8l8,983
776,304

1

%or 1941-46, based on population including Armed Forces abroad.
2Alaska included bqinning 1959, and H a w a i i , 1960.
%ased on a 50-percent sample of b i r t h s .
*Increased in number from 1 0 States and t h e D i s t r i c t of Columbia in 1915 t o the e n t i r e conterminous United States i n 1933.

1

18.0

18.9
18.8

20.5
21.3

5C.l
53.9

31.1
29.8

28.3
25.3

21.2
21.i'

xt.2

25.0

21.0

z5.4

22.2
22.1
22.3
24.2
23.7

21.9
21.3
22.1
23.9
23.5

26.3
-r
w.3
25.3
27.6
27.0

22.4
24.7
24.5
24.9
25.0

22.3
24.8
24.5
25.u
25.1

24.3
24.3
z4.3
20.4
18.4

I

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
Table

1-19

1-€3. Live Births, Birth Rates, and Fertility Rates, by Color:
United States, 1909-61

(Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Alaska included begmnmg 1959, and Hawaii, 1960. Birth rates per 1,000 population residing in area for
speclfied group. Fertility rates per 1,000 Iemale population aged 15-44 years rn specified group. Rates for 194'0, 1950, and 1960 are based on population enumerated
5
as of April 1; for all other years estim: sd a5 of July 1 )
1m.m

FERmLI'K*

BESK PATE'

YEAR

Total

White

Nonwhite

Total

white

Nonwhite

Total

white

Nonwhite

7
4,268,326
4,257,850
4,244,796-

3,600,864
3,600,744
3,591,430

4,295,000
4,255,000
4,308,000
4,218,000
4,104,000

3,622,000
3,598,000
3,648,000
3,573,000
3,488,000

4,018,000
3,965,000
3,913,000
3,823,000
3,632,000

3,475,000
3,389,000
3,358,000
3,277,000
3,108,000

3,649,000
3,637,000
3,817,000
3,4ll,OOO
2,858,OL'U

3,136,000
3,141,000
3,347,000
2,990,000
2,471,000

23.3
23.7
24.0

22.2
22.7
22.9

31.6
32.1
32.8

U7.3
U8.0
U8.7

u.3
u3.2
l13.8

153.8
153.6
156.1

673,000
657,000
617,000

24.3
24.6
25.3
25.2
25.0

23.1
23.3
24.1
24.0
23.8

34.1
34.3
35.3
35.4
34.8

120.1
180.1
122.7
120.8
ll8.0

U4.6
l14.8
l17.5
ll5.6
U3.3

162.3
160.5
162.8
160.5
154.8

603,000
575,000
555,000
546,000
524,000

25.3
25.0
25.1
24.9
24.1

24.2
24.0
24.1
23.9
23.0

34.9
34.1
33.7
33.8
33.3

ll7.6
l14.8
ll3.6
m.3
106.2

l13.1
U0.7
109.9
107.5
102.3

152.5
146.8
143.0
141.9
137.3

513,000
495,000
469,000
420,000
388,000

24.5
24.9
26.6
24.1
20.4

23.6
24.0
26.1
23.6
19.7

33.0
32.4
31.2
28.4
26.5

107.1
107.3
U3.3
101.9
85.9

103.6
104.3
lll.8
100.4
83.4

135.1
131.6
125.9
u3.9
106.0

394,000
400,000
384,000
374,000
360,000

21.2
22.7
22.2
20.3
19.4

20.5
22.1
21.5
19.5
18.6

27.4
28.3
27.7
27.3

26.7

88.8
94.3
91.5
83.4
79.9

86.3
92.3
89.5
80.7
71.1

108.5
lll.0
107.6
105.4
102.4

77.6
79.1
77.1
75.8
77.2

14.8
76.5
74.4
73.3
74.5

100.1
100.5
99.4
95.9
98.4

660,000
645,000

2,939,000
3,104,000
2,989,000
2,703,000
2,559,000

,

667,462
657,106
647,366

2,466,000
2,496,000
2,413,000
2,355,000
2,377,000

2,ll7,000
2,148,000
2,071,000
2,027,000
2,092,GoO

349,000
348,000
342,000
328,000
334,000

18.8
19.2
18.7
18.4
18.7

18.0

18.4
17.9
17.6
17.9

26.1
26.3
26.0
25.1
25.8

2,396,000
2,307,000
2,440,000
2,506,000
2,618,000

2,058,000
1,382,000
2,099,000
2,170,000
2,274,000

338,000
325,000
341,000
335,000
344,000

19.0
18.4
19.5
20.2
21.3

18.1
17.6
18.7
19.5
20.6

26.3
25.5
26.9
26.6
27.5

78.5
76.3
81.7
84.6
89.2

75.8
73.7
79.0
82.4
87.1

100.4
97.3
103.0
102.1
105.9

2,582,000
2,674,030
2,802,000
2,839,000
2,909, 000

2.244.000

339,000
349,000
377,000
398,000
403,000

21.2
22.2
23.5
24.2
25.1

20.5
21.5
22.7
23.1
24.1

27.3
28.5
33.4
34.2

89.3
93.8
99.8
102.6
106.6

87.3
91.7
97.1
99.2
103.3

106.1
lll.0
121.7
130.3
134.0

2,319,000
8,910,000
2,882,000
3,055,000
2,950,000

2,577,000
2,531,000
2,507,000
2,651,000
2,566,cOO

401,000
380,000
375,000
398,000
383,000

26.1
26.0
26.2
28.1
27.7

25.1
25.2
25.4
21.3
26.9

34.6
33.2
33.2
35.8
35.0

llo.9

107.8
108.0
108.8
u7.2
325.4

135.6
130.5
130.8
140.8
137.5

2,740,000
2,948,COO
2,944,000
2,964,000
2,965,000

2,387,000
2,588,000
2,587,000
2,599jOOO
2,594,000

353,000
360,000
357,000

26.1
28.2
28.5
29.1
29.5

25.3
27.6
27.9
28.5
28.9

32.4
33.0
32.9

Lu.2
U9.8
121.0
123.4
125.0

2,966,000
2,869, OSU
2,840,000
2,809,001)
2,777,000
2,718,030

2,588,000
2,497,000
2,467,000
2,435,000
2 401 000
2: 344: 000

I

lFur 1317-19 unl. 194l-46, bzccd on populrrtion including Anred Forces abrosd.
2Brwi+3 un t 60-percent nmplc of birthc.

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-------

29.9
29.5
29 8
zg:9
30.1
30.0

1

29.3
28.8
29.0
29.1
29.2
29.2

32.1

-----

----___------

U0.5
Lu.2
U9.8
u7.9

126.6
124.7
125.8

_-----121.8
123.2
124.6
122.4
123.3
123.6
123.8
123.6

3Fi~yra~n( v c rounded t o t h e ncarcnt thouwnd without being 3dJustedtnto-ls which are independently rounded. For 1915-32 figures include adjustments for States not i n
th**~r.(.iitr.itionm 2 ; for paru prior t o 1915, r i m : : am estimates bised on the number of registered births i n the 10 Origin31 regiztration States for the same perrod.
EtitWitur for 1909-34 vcrc pmpved by P. K. whclpton. See "Birth; and Birth Rates i n the Entire United States, 1909 t o 1948," National Office of V i t a l Statistics,
::ti&i.-tic .--fp:ciiFZ RC~CI'Y&~D,
Voln 33. Go. 8
, 1950.

,

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-20
Table 1-C.

Age-Sex-Adjusted Birth Rates, by Color: United States, 1940-61

(Alaska included b e g m i n g 1959, and Hawaii, 1960. Rates per 1,000 populatlon. Computed by the dlrect method, using a s the s t a n d u d population the age distribution of
the female population aged 10-49 years as enumerated m 1940 and the total enumerated population of the United States for that year; s e e text in this section, Based on

YEAR

White

Total

Nonwhite

B I N E AEJUST!D FOR UNDERRB2ISTfiATIOI--Con.

rnISTERED B I N E

Table 1-D. Gross and

-REPRODUCTTON
-White
fonnhite
Total
- -GIMGS

1,768
1,783
1,784

W

1,702
1,720
1,719

31.0
31.2
31.4

29.9
30.2
30.3

38.8
38.8
39.4

31.7
31.7
32.2
31.5

30.5
30.4
30.9

40.9
40.6

30.2

30.5
30.2
29.2
28.6

29.4
29.1
28.2
27.7

40.6
39.0
38.4
36.8

",8

25.3
25.6
25.7

41.3

35.5

NET REPRODUCTLON W

2,238
2,241
2,266

1,801
1,831
1,793

.1,730
1,727
1,758
1,719

2,354
2,334
2,365
2,335

1,736
1,730
1,759
1,724

1,741
1,723
1,665
1,635

1,671
1,657
1,603
1,577

2,251

2,ll4

1,673
1,654
1,594-

2,ffiE

1,561

'Based on a 50-percent sample of births.

x.5
20.3

21.6

21.0

23.0
22.3
20.3
19.4

22.5

19.1
18.8

ning 1959, and Hawaii, 1960. For method of computation, see text in this section)

1

GROSS REPRODUCPION RM!E
YEAR

Total

1,591

1,532

1,505

1,446

2,G25
1,940

1,515

1,461
1,468

1,906
1,846

1,514

1,806

24.9
20.3

Net Reproduction Rates, by Color: United States, 1940-61

(Alaska included be

YEAR

llvnwhitu

YFAR

2,212

1,672

1,668
1,697

1,660
1,613
1,598
1,543
1,514

1513
1:435
1 439

1:435
1 505

1471
1:357
1,39E
1,401

I,EC4
175%

1'741
1:OO

1,568

1,766

1:344

1,432
7.331

1,535

1,406
1,175

1,600

1,W2

1,493

I 132

1:1w

1,249

1,214

1,520

1i163

1,133

1,382
1,334

1,593
1,430

i p e

1185
1'075
1;027

II

I

-

1,435

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

Table

1-21

1-E. Birth Rates by Age of Mother and Color: United

States, 1940-61

(Dab refer only to births occurring within the United States. Alaska mcluded beginning 1959, and Hawall, 1960. Rates are h e blrths per 1,000 female populatlon in specified group, enumerated as of April 1 for 1940, 1950, and 1960 and estlmated as of July 1 for all other years. Figures for age of mother not stated are dmtributed)

'YEAR AllD COLOR

15-44

mars=

l17.3
ll8.0
ll8.7

10-14

15-19

25-29

YKUG

yearc

yLars

30-34

35-39
years

0.6
0
.
6
0.1

88.i

89 .I
89.4

252.:
258.1
257.f

197.
197.
198.

113.
ll2
ll4..

0.:

260.4
258.E
261.C
254.:
242.e
237.4
225.9
219.1
212.6
196.6
200.1
200.:
209.7

o.e

1m.e

51.1

138.9

94.3
91.5
83.4
79.9

0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.7

54.3
61.7
61.1
56.9
54.1

164.0
165.1
145.4
135.6

200..
198.,
200..
195.
190.<
188.!
183.'
180.1
174.:
166.:
165..
163.,
176.1
161.:
132.:
136.:
147.1
142.'
128 :
122.1

115..

0.E
0.7

90.1
91.5
96.C
94.1
89.6
89.E
87.5
85.4
86.2
81.6
83.4
81.E
79.3
59.:

l12.3
m.2
l13.8

0.4
0.4
0.4

79.4
79.4
79.3

247.0
252.8
252.0

193.!
194.!
195.I

llO.1

l14.6
ll4.8
l17.5
l15.6
u3.3
l13.1
UG.7
1b9.9
107.5
102.3
103.6
104.3

80.0

11l.f

55.6

ll2.G
ll4.;
ll.3.c
l13.1
ll4.(

55.c

47.6
45.3

253.5
251.7
253.4
246.7
235.7
231.0
220.2
213.8
207.0
190.4
194.6
195.5
207.9
179.8
134.7
147.9
161.1
162.9
14l.6
131.4

196.:
195.i
197.1
192.4
188.:
186.1
182.3
179.4
173.:
165.1

100.4
83.4
86.3
923
89.5
80.7
77.1

0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.2

163.1
179.1
164.(
133.1
137 .i
150.1
145.f
130.1
123.E

U1.i
107.c
102.f
101.:
103.f
ll3.c
ll0.c
100.5
98.2
100.2
92.:
85.2
83.4

153.8
153.6
156.1

4.0
4.0
4.2

155.3
158.2
161.6

289.7
294.2
297.9

221.3
214.6
219.2

4.4
4.6
5.2
5.2
5.0
5.4
4.9
4.8
5.1
5.1

167.8

308.4
309.4
514.5
308.0
293.5
284.2
267.3
257.7
253.7
242.6
241.3
237.0
223.7
197.3
172.1
182.4
187.2
182.3
175.0
168.5

226.e
221.6
220.9
217.e
209.6
205.9
197.9
188.9
182.1
173.8
167.0
159.6
150.6
139.2
125.4
i26.a
125.1
ll9.6
l18.1
ll6.3

120.1
120.1
122.7
120.8
ll8.0
ll7.6
l14.8
l13.6
m.3
106.2
107.1
107.3
l13.3
101.9
85.9
88.8

U . 8

0.L

1.c

1.c

1.c
1.c
0.E
0.L

1.c
1.c

1.c
1.c

5.1
4.9
4.6
3.7
3.9
3.9
4.0
3.9
4.0
3.7

80.9
85.1
82.8
78.4
78.4
76.4
74.3
75.5
70.0
72.1
71.1
89.8
50.6
42.1
45.3
52.1
51.8

166.8

171.4
171.4
166.1
167.4
163.7
162.1
166.1

163.5
162.8
157.3
146.6
121.9
l17.5
121.5
133.4
131.8
128.3
121.7

151.8

'Rutcv computed by relating total births, regardlenG of age of mother, to femlle population aged 15-44 years.
to female population a@
45.49 years.

'Rntcc cornputfd by r e l u t i n g births to mothere a p d 45 years and over
'Bnucd on a 50-pcrcent sample of births.

165.:

.

U.'
117.!
ll6.1

U.!
ll6 .:
ll2.1
U3.1
106.:
103.'
102.:
103.'

m.!
108.'

100.:
98.:
99.:
91.1
85.:
83.!

109.1
Ill-.(

lll.1

55.1
56.:
57.:

40-44

45-49

mars

years2

15.1

15.:
15.:

0.9
0.9

1.0

58.:
58.:

15.1
15.1

60.!
60.:

16.c

59.'
58.'
57.i
56.:
54.:
52.!
53.!
54.:
58.'
56.!
54.1
52.f
47.L
46..
46.:

15.'
15.1
15.:
15 .:
15.:
15.:
15.:
15:
16.1
16.:
16.L
16.1
15.:
14.;
15 .l
l5.t

1.1
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.4
1.5

53.1
54.c
55.(

14.6
14.;
14.6

0.9

14.t
14.f

0.9
0.9
0.9
1.0

58.!

.:

58.1
57
57.1
56.i
55.:
54.E
52.:
51.4
52.2
53.5
58.4

15.!

15.1

15.2

15.c
15.1
14.i
14.f
14.5
14.5
14.E
15.2
16.1
15.8

1.0
1.0
1.1
1.1

1.6
1.7
1.9

0.8

0.9

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.1
1.0

52.2
47.2
45.1
45.3

15.5
15.0
14.1
14.3
15.C

1.0
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.2
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.6

136.4
135.6
137.4

75.0
74.2
75.8

22.3
22.0
21.1

1.5
1.7
1.8

143.0
140.6
142.7
139.7
134.8
133.0
127.5
124.4
n9.4
ll2.6
107.3
104.1
102.4
99.3
97.1
97.3
93.9
88.1
88.2
83.5

80.0

22.5
22.0
22.1
21.9
21.0
21.2
21.7
21.1
22.3
21.2
21.1
20.4
21.4

2.0
2.0
2.2
2.0
2.2
2.1
2.3
2.4
2.4
2.6
2.5
2.8
3.1
3.5
3.7
3.2
3.7
4.0
4.1
5.2

58.4
56.:
54.1

79.3
81.8

82.0
79.1
76.3
71.5
68.0
67.3
64.3
63.9
62.5
62.7
61.0
61.3
58.4
56.9
54.0
54.1
53.7

16.C

21.8

22.3
21.5
21.5
20.8
21.5
21.5

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-22

Table

1-F. Birth Rates by Live-Birth Order and Color: United States, 1940-61

(Data refer only to births occurring wthin the United States. Alaska mcluded begmning 1959, and Hawail, 1960. Rates are live births per 1,000 female population aged
15-44 years m specified color group, enumerated as of April 1 for 1940, 1950, and 1960 and estimated as of July 1 for all other years. Live-birth order refers to
number of children born ahve to mother. Figures for births of order not stated are distributed, including births that occurred in rnssachusetts, which did not require
reportmg of birth order)

4

LIVE-BIRTH ORDER

1st

TmAL

Registered Births

36

2d

4th

6th m d
7th

5th

14.6
14.6
14.5

8.5
M.3
8.2

7.8
7.6
1.4

14.7
14.4
14.4
13.8
13.3
12.8
11.9
11.2
10.2
9.2

8.3

7.6
7.3
7.1

4.4
4.c

L.8

4.0
5.8
3.7

31.1
31.1
31.5

28.4
29.2
29.9

26.4

31.7
32.2
33.6
33.4
32.7
33.4
33.3
33.9
34.8
33.3
36.2
39.6
46.7
38.5
28.9
30.2
34.7
37.5
32.2
29.3

30.1
30.6
31.6
31.8
31.7
32.3
32.4
32.6
32.5
32.1
32.1
30.9
30.3
27.9
22.9
23.8
25.5
22.9
20.7
20.0

23.2
23.3
23.9
23.5
23.0
22.6
21.8
21.3
18.4
17.1
15.6
14.5
13.4
13.8
13.5
11.9
11.2
10.9

7.9

6.4
6.4

7.9
7.5
7.2
6.8
6.3
5.8
5.3
4.8
4.7
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.4
4.1
4.1
4.1

l13.2
u3.a

30.7
30.8
31.2

28.3
29.2
29.9

22.z
22.7
22.8

14.0
14.1
13.9

7.7
7.5
7.3

U4.6
114.8
117.5
115.6
113.3
113.1
113,7
109.9
107.5
102.3
103.6
104.3
111.8
100.4
83.4
as. 3
92.3
89.5
80.7
17.1

31.3
31.9
33.3
33.1
32.5
33.2
33.2
34.1
34.9
33.3
36.3
39.9
41.8
39.5
29.0
33.4
35 2
38.3
32.5
29.4

30.0
30.6
31.6
31.8
31.9
32.6
32.8
33.0
32.8
32.3
32.2
31.1
30.8
28.5
23.3
24.2
25.9
23.1
20.7

23.0
23.0
23.6
23.3
22.8
22.5
21.5
20.9
19.5
17.9

7.4
7.d
7,9
6.C

20.0

15 7
15.3
14.4
13.2
13.6
13.2
11.5
10.7
16.5

14.0
13.7
13.7
15.1
12.5
12.0
11.1
10.4
9.4
8.4
7.9
7.4
7.4
1.3
7.0
7.1
6.9
6.1
5.9
5.9

153.a
153.6
156.1

33.7
33.6
34.0

28.9
29.3
29.8

23.8
24.0
24.4

18.8

162.3
163.5

35.0
34.6
36.0
35.9
34.8
35.4
33.9
33.1
34.0
33.8
35.4
37.3
38.4
31.1
27.9
28.7

30.8
31.0
31.5
31.5
30.5
29.7
29.2
29.1
30.0
30.3
30.8
29.5
26.2
23.4
23.1

25.3
25.3
25.7
25.1
24.4
24.2
23.8
23.9

19.9
19.6
19.6
19.6
19.2
19.1
18.5

24.0

16.9
15.3
14.0
12.9
12.1

117.3

u8.o
118.7

120.1
120.1

122.7
120.8
118.C
117.6
114.8
113.6
1ll.3
106.2

107.1
107.3
113.3
101.9
85.9

88.8
94.3
91.5
83.4
79.s

u2.3

22.8

23.0

20.0

16.1

8.6
8.0

7.8
1.5

7.6
7.4
6.6

8.1

6.3

6.0

4.5
4.5

4.1

4.1

5.5

3.f.

5.2
6.0
4.7
4.7

3.1,

4.6

3.fT

4.6
4.1
4.8
4.3
4.8

3.1

3.b

3.h

3.7
3.N
4.1)

4.0

4.’)

4.L

3.9

4.7
4.6

4.1
4.3

6.4

1.3

6.1

.i ,h

5.5

1.8

Bzrths Adjusted f o r Underregistration

1E.6

L.C
5.8

5.3
5.0
4.5
4.1
4.0
3.9
4.0
4.0
3.9
4.0
3.9
3.6
3.6
3.6

E.l
5.7
5.1:
5.;
4.E
4.c
4.:

4.L
3.3
3.7
3.E
3.1
3.6
3.E
4.c

4.1
4.:

3.€
3.c
4.1

‘.b

c.7

e.

I

Z.1’

1.5
2.5

2.4
2.5
z.5
*.
G
?
I

1.7
1.1,

2.7
Z.H

3.0
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.2

3.5

.NONWEtm
Registered Births
18.6

19.1

14.1
14.1
14.5

18.4

15.2
15.0
15.2

19.1
19.1
19.1
18.i
17.:
16.6
15.:
14.2
13.:
12.t
12.2
1l.i
11.4
11.:
11.:

18.4
18,;

1c.1
15.1
15.6.

Births Adjusted for Underregistration

162.8

160.5
154.8
152.5
146.8
143.0
141.9
137.3
135.1
131.6
125.9
113.9
106.0
108.5
ll1.0
107.6
105.4
102.4

31.0

31.0
29.8

28.6

21.1
22.2

21.1
20.6
19.6

22.9
21.2
19.4
17.3
16.0
14.7
15.6
15.5
14.9
14.5
14.1

18.0

14.9
14.5
14.2
13.4
12.3
11.3
10.4

9.8
9.2

1i.e

8.8
8.1

11.3
11.7
11.4
10.8
10.6
10.5

8.7
8.6
8.4
8.1
8.0
7.8

16.5
15.3
15.5

14.3

13.3
15.5
12.7
y1.4

12.3
11.0

11.8
11.6
11.t;

11.7
11.9

11.:

11.6

11.c
10.:
l0.C
10.4

11.6,

11.1
11.3
11.3

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
Table

1-23

1-G. Median Age of Mother by Live-Birth Order and Color:
United States, 1940-61

(Alaska included beginning 1959,and Hawaii, 1960. Medians computed from distributions of live births by 5-year age groups of mothers. Live-birth order refers to numb e r of children born ahve to mother. Births of order not stated a r e distributed, includrng births that occurred in Massachusetts, which did not require reporting of
birth order)
LIVE-BIlil'H ORDW
YERR AND COL4lR

Total
2d

1st

5th

4th

6th

and 7th 18th and over

26.2
26.1
26.0

21.4
21.5
21.6
22.2
22.7
23.0

23.8
23.9
24.0
24.9
25.5
25.3

26.7
26.8
27.0
27.6
27.6
27 .I

28.6
28.7
28.8
29.2
29.1
28.7

30.2
30.2
30.3
30 4
30.4
30.4

31.9
31.9
31.9
32.0
32.3
32.8

35.1
35.2
35.2
35.7
36.4
37.0

25.5
25.6
25.7
26.3
26.3
26.3

21.7
21.7
21.8
22.5
23.0
23.4

24.0
24.1
24.3
25.3
2519
25.8

27.0
27.1
27.3
28.0
28.0
27.6

29.1
29.2
29.3
29.7
29.7
29.3

30.9
31.0
31.0
31.2
31.4
31.1

32.7
32.7
32.7
32.9
33.1
33.3

35.9
36.0
36.0
36.5
37.0
37.4

19.9
19.3

22.3
22.3
22.3
22.6
22.6
21.9

24.0
24.0
24.1
24.4
24.1
23.7

25.9
25.9
25.8
26.3
26.0
25.7

27.6
27.7
27.7
27.8
27 .8
27.9

29.6
29.6
29.7
29.6
30.0
30.3

34.0
34.0
34.0
34.4
35.2
35.7

25.4
25.5
25.6

24.7
24.7
24.8
24.9
24.4
24.0

Table

3d

1-H. Birth Rates by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, and Color:
United States, 1961

(Data r e f e r only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample of births. Rates a r e live births per 1,000 female population m specified age
and color group, estimated as of July 1. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to mother. Figures for age of mother and births of order not stated
a r e distributed, including births that occurred rn Massachusetts, which did not require reportina of birth order)
AGE OF KWXER
LIVE-BETE ORDER AID COulR
15-19

20-24

years

25-29

30-34

years

35-39

40-44

years

years

years

years

88.7

252.5

197.1

U3.E

55.f

15.6

61.4
21.2

25.7
47.0
50.5
34.5
19.5
15.6
4.2

8.2

3.L
6.C
9.6

0.7

0.0
0.0

86.3
84.9
48.9
a.2
7.7
3.3
0.3

193.5

5.0
0.9

0.1
4.5

16.E

1o.c
8.1

16.3
9.1

9.E
8.E

U0.4

53.2

14.8

0.9

8.4
17.4
26.3
23.4
15.2
14.0
5.7

3.1
6.1
10.0
10.3
8.2
9.2
6.3

0.7
1.3
2.2
2.5
2.2
2.8
3.0

0.0
0.1

0.2
0.3

22.3

1.5

0.4

79.4

247.0

57.4
17.9
3.5
0.5
0.1
0.0
0.0

89.6
86.3
46.4
17.7
5.3
1.7
0.1

4.0

155.3

289.7

221.3

136.4

75.0

3.8
0.2

90.1
44.4
15.9
4.1

63.1
75.2
65.8
45.2
24.3
14.5
1.6

18.9
29.8
35.6
37.4
34.2
46.3
19.0

6.7

2.7
4.7
6.7
7.8
7.9
15.4
29.8

33.7
28.9
23.8
18.8

/I

0.0
0

0.6
0.1
0.0

l h t c o computed by relating total births regnzdless of age of mother to female population .@a
15-44 years.
"-ten
computea by relatine births to &hers nged 45 years and over & female population aged 45-49 years.

0.0
0.1
0.1

1.3

15.4

0.4
0.0
0.0
0.0

153.8

0.9

2.1
2.4
2.1
3.0
3.9

30.7
28.3
22.2
14.0
6.4
2.9

45-49

years2

25.c
22.6

U2.3

26.7
49.5
52.7
34.1
17.4
ll.l
2.0

1
I

ll.8
15.6
17.3
17.2
32.2
35.5

0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3

0.1
0.1
0.1

0.0
0.0
1.7
1.7
4.0
u.7

1

0.1
0.2

1.0

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-24

Table

1-I. Birth Rates by Live-Birth Order, for Native White Women:
United States, 1920-61

(Datarefer only to births Occurring w i t h the United States. Alaska included beginning 1959, and Hawaii, 1960. Rates are live births per 1,000 native white female population aged 15-44 years, enumeratedasofApri1 l f o r 1940,1950, and 1960 and sstimatedasof April 1for 1941-49 and a s of July 1for all other years. Live-blrthorder
refers to numbei of culdren born alive to mother. Figures for births of order not stated a r e distributed, including births that occurred in Massachusetts, which did
not r e q u r e reporting of birth-order)

YEAR

1
mtsl

LI’mBIRTB OWER

-

1st

Zd

3d

-

5th

4th

6th

kth Ma
ovor

-

7th

EXGISTEP.E2l BIRTHS
114

31
31
31

30

114

31
32
33
33
33

30
31
32
32
32

114

33

33

u1
ll0
108

33
34

33
33
33
32

113
114

ll5
ll5
ll8
ll6

103

35
34

106
114
103

37
41
49
41

a5

30

89

95

32
37

92
83
78

40
34
30

76
78
75
74

30

105

15

104
103
104

ll2
109

14
14

8
8

4
4

2
2

3
3

14

7

4

2

3

23

14

23

14
14

4
4

z

3
3

24
23
23

13

7
7
7
7

13

6

3

23
22
21
20

u.

6

3

5

3

1c

5
5

3

1

2

1

2

1
1
1

12
Y

le

e

17
16

e

4

1

4

8
E
1

15

7

4

25
27
24
21

14
14

7

4

I

12

E

4
4

11

u

E
6

4

19
19
18
18

1C

E

1c
1c

4
4

1c

E
E

17

1c

18
17
18

u
u
u

1

27
29

19
20

12
li

E
E

5
5
6

28
29

20

1
:

E

6

4

25
21
22
22

1:

6
6

4
6

23
24
24

31
29
28
28

30
30
31
32
31

32
36
35

31
31

29
24

eo

23
23

3:

3

If
15

26
24

100

33

23
23
23

4
4
4
4

26

86

29
29

L
1

2
2
2

4

3
d

2

3

3
3

4
4

E

3

1

4

3

z

3
4

z

,

5
5

1

1c

1:

1c

7

5

;

1f
1:
1
:
1C
lf

1c
1c
1(

I

5

4

u
u

7
7
8

7

’Based on a 50-percent sample of births.
“Includes adjustments for S t a t e s not i n the p - t h - r e g i s t r a t i o n area prlor t o 1933. For 1920-39, r a t e s a r e estimates prepared by P. K. WhclptGn.
Pates i n the Fntire United States, 1909 to 1948, National. Office of Vital S t a t i s t i c s , V i t a l Statistics-Special Reports, VOl. 33, 210. 8, 1950.

E

4

tr

4
4

6

4
1

4

14
14

--

3
3

1

4
4

I

1
T

3
J

d
2

3
2

3

4
4
4
1

Sea ‘Births =Id

1,
b
1.

1
1
1

1
tJ

1

UWI

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
Table

1-25

1-K. Birth Rates by Age of Mother, for Married
United States, 1950-61

(Data refer only to birthsoccurrmg within theunited States. A l a s b included beginning 1959, and Hawaii, 1960. Rates are legitimate live births per 1,000 married female
populatlon in specified group, enumerated as of April 1 for 1950 and 1960 and estimated as of July 1 for all other years. Figures for age of mother not stated are
distributed)
AGE OF M
15-44
years'

YEAR

158.1
158.5
161.1

:!I(

15-19
years

20-24
years

492.8
485.1
524.5
468.6
461.4
501.5
459.2
451.9
461.7

11

155.8

143.9

%ton

25-29
years

m
30-34
years

35-39
years

40-44
years

349.1
354.4
646.5

221.2
222.3
219.6

124.6
123.3
125.3

60.9
61.7
63.3

17.1
17 4
17.5

350.2
352.8
356.4
344.9
332.7
335.4
312.7
306.4
304.0
287.9

221.9
226.1
226.2
221.3
218.1
213.3
210.2
209.4
199.3
195.0

126.8
127.1
129.4
127.3
128.0
130.6
126.0
127.3
123.8

64.3
64.7
67.4
68.6
66.9
66.1
64.8
63.9
61.4
60.7

17.7
17.7
18.3
18.6

u8.a

18.1
18.2
18.0
18.0
17.8

17.9

computed by rclntlng t o t a l legitlmrrte births, r e e u d e s s of age o f mother, to married female papulation aged 15-44 years.
G3mple of births.

2Bnncd un a 60-peroent

Table 1-L. Birth Rates by Age of Father and Color: United States,

1940-61

(Dlta refer only to births occurring withm the United States. Alaska mcluded beginning 1959, and Hawaii, 1960. Rates are hve births per 1,000 male population residmg
in area for saecified crouu,
- _ .enumerated as of April 1 for 1940,1950,and 1960 and estimated as of July 1 for 1955,1959, and 1961. Figures for age of father not stated
are distributed)
AGE OF FATBER
YERR AllD COulR
15-19
years'

T

20-24
years

25-29
years

30-34
years

45-49
years

m

ReCiotcmd Births

J

94.c
94.8
95.6

20.3
21.5
21.2

194.9
202.2
201.5

234.0
232.6
233.2

158.3
154.2
154.5

87.f
87.4
89.(

43.0
42.6
43.2

16.e
16.1
17.5

96.7
96.6
87.0
64.7

21.5
20.0
14.2
7.5

203.7
184.1
142.0
91.2

235.4
219.9
186.7
138.2

156.1
153.9
141.9
u3.2

90.1
95.c
87.1
74.4

43.9
46.5
45.1
40.9

88.8
89.8
90.5

18.6
18.7
18.3

187.0
191.1
190.4

226.3
226.7
226.8

152.3
149.6
149.8

82.C
82.e
84.2

18.4
17.0
5.5

191.6
171.8
131.2
81.9

228.0
213.2
181.8
135.0

150.7
149.6
139.3
ll2.4

136.3
136.0
138.6

32.7
41.8
42.5

252.7
284.6
284.8

293.3
278.2
283.8

144.0
159.1
122.6
92.7

44.1
40.7
36.9
24.4

294.8
279.7
231.5
173.6

293.8
277.4
229.3
166.6

91.1
91.7
82.9
61.1

J

ll.1

=I

years

nnd over

6.3
6.2
6.3

1.0
1.0
1.0

17.5
19.:
19.E
19.1

6.5
7.2
7.5
8.2

1.2
1.4
1.9

38.9
39.1
39.8

14.2
14.4
15.2

4.9
5.0
5.1

0.7
0.7
0.7

84.5
90.2
84.3
72.e

40.2
43.2
42.3
39.2

15.4
16.9
17.5

15.2

5.2
6.0
6.4
7.3

0.8
0.9
1.1
1.5

207.3
191.9
195.3

137.4
126.8
131.7

80.6
74.2
75.1

38.9
37.1
38.5

20.1
18.4
18.6

4.4
4.1
4.2

208.4
191.9
166.1
120.4

137.5
140.4
113.1
88.3

78.9
76.5
71.6
56.9

40.6
42.2
38.7
34.7

-20.0
19.0
18.4
18.0

1.1

Births W j w t c d f o r UnderreGIntmtlon

'F&co
ComputCd by r a L t 1 ~
total birth0 r e c ~ ~ U e s r
O.
f age of frrthcr to d e populatlon aged 15-54 ycars.
- k t m computcd by m l s t l n g infmtc with'fatncrn under 20 years of a& t o male papulation aged 15-19 years.
ILL^ on u So-pomcnt GwnplL of b i r t h s .

4.5
4.5

5.1
6.4

I

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-26

Percentage Distribution of Women by Parity, by Exact Age at
Beginning of Year: United States, 1940, 1950, and 1956-62

Tablel-M.

(Alaska includsd beginning 1959, and Hzwaii, 1960. Based on births adjusted for underregistration and numbers of women adjusted for underenumeration and misstatements o g e i n t h e c
Ises. For definition of parity, see text in this section)

PARITY
EXACT AOE OF WOMAN AS OF JANUARY 1 EACE YEAR

mtal
0

20.0
20.4
20.6
20.6
20.8
21.2
21.1
18.6
13.5

14.4
14.2
13.9
13.6
13.3
13.1
12.6
9.2
7.2

8.1
7.8
7.5
7.2
6.9
6.6
6.3
4.5
4.2

4.0
3.8
3.7
5.5
3.3
3.2
3.0
2.3
2.3

92.5
92.3
92.0
91.7
91.5
91.8
92.0
92.9
94.9

5.9
6.1
6.3
6.5
6.7
6 -5
6.4
5.7
4.4

1.4
1.4
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.2
0.6

0.2
0.2

0
0
0

U

24.8
25.2
25.5
25.9
26.0
25.9
25.6
26.5
20.7

17.6
17.8
17.8
17.6
17.4
17.0
16.5
12.7
8.5

7.4
7.3
7.2
7.0

100.0
100.0

46.7
46.3
46.2
46.3
46.7
47.7
49.1
55.7
67.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

17.4
17.9
18.9
19.9
21.1
22.5
23.6
28.4
43.7

18.5
18.8
19.2
19.7
20.4
21.1
22.0
29.4
26.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

U.0
13.7
14.0
14.5
14.8
15.3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
v

0.2
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1

0
0
0
0
0
0

7 or

E

15.2
15.7
16.2
16.8
17.4
18.1
18.6
21.8
19.5

100.0

Unpublished pmvisional data p

5

4

33.6
33.6
33.8
34.3
34.4
34.2
34.9
40.4
49.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

Source:

3

2

1

hiehor
2.1

Z.E

2.0

2.5
2.4

1 'Y
1.8
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.3
1.6

L.C

P,?

2.0

1.3
2.1

0
0

0

,.

I.

1.1

U

u

0
0
0

u

0

U

U

0

0

0

0

0

1,

U

U

,
I

0

0

0

0

0.7
0.7

0.2
0.2

11.1.

0.7

0,Z

1d.1

0.7
0.6
0.6
0.7
0.3
0.2

0.2

0.1

0.2

0.1

6.5
6.1
3.7
2.6

2.5
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.1
1.9
1.0
0.7

0.1
0.1

1j.1

28.0
28.0
27.8
27.6
27.5
24.5
16.2

19.3
18.9
18.3
17.8
17.0
16.2
15.3
10.4
7.4

9.7
9.4
8.9
8.4
7.9
7.3
6.8
4.2
3.7

4.5
4.1
3.3
3.6
3.4
3.2
2.9
1.8
1.7

l.V
1.7
1.7

25.4
25.9
26.5
27.0
27.6
28.2
28.6
26.4
20.1

21.9
21.5
21.1
20.6
20.1
19.4
18.9
14.1
10.6

13.1
12.5

22.0
30.2

12.9
13.6
14.5
15.5
16.5
17.5
18.7
23.6
25.1

12.p
ll.3
10.6
10.0
9.4
6.8
6 .l

12.0
ll.9
12.0
12.o
12.6
13.7
15.3
22.4
22.9

14.0
15.0
15.8
16.7
17.4
18.2
18.7
21.7
22.8

25.2
25.8
26.3
26.7
27.0
26.8
26.5
23.9
20.6

20.6
20.4
20.1
19.8
19.3
18.7
18.0
14.1
12.5

12.7
12.2
U.8
ll.4
10.9
10.4
9.9
7.6
7.9

6.7
6.4
6 .I

3.7
3.5
5.3

5.8

3,2

5.5
5.2
5.0
4.0
4.6

3.0

12.5
14.1
15.8
17.8
19.1
19. I
20.2

17.1
17.5
17.9
18.2
18.7
19.4
20.0
22.2
19.9

25.6
25.4
25.1
24.6
24.2
24.1
23 .8
21.8
19.2

18.7
18.1
17.4
16.7

ll.2
10.7
10.2
9.7
9.3
8.9
8.6
7.7
9.1

15.4

22.6

20.2

27.7
28.0

6.8

16.1
15.6
15.1
12.9
13.3

b.1

,1

0.1
0.1

1.1;
1.h
1.3
1.i

0
I,

1.:
1.1

1.1
1.U
U.J

O.H

I

. ,1

U.9

La.',

0.7

u.4

6.6

3.4

3'7

6.2

5.2

5.4

5.8
5.4
5.1
4.1
4.4
3.3
3.4

3.0

5,1

6.0
5.7
5.4
5.2
4.9
4.7
4.6
4.4
5.5

d by P. K. Whelptan, Scripps Foundation f o r Research i n Population Pmblems, Iliami University, Ctcford, Ohio,

7 .e
Z.6

Z.4
2.2

1.a
?.

*.I_

.

2.9
2.7
'1.5

.

:'.,I

iI

P.5
1'.4
2.1,
2 .3

!,,I
4.t1
4.c
4.4
4.2
4.1
5,11

3.b

3.3

t.&

3.4

Z.8,

3.2

5.3

3.1
2.9
2.9
2.8

5.1
4.3

2.8

2.3
4.1

4.u
4.8
4.3
5.5

a.7

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-27

Birth Probabilities for Specified Years, by Exact Age and Parity of
Mother at Beginning of Year: United States, 1940, 1950, and 1956-61

Tablel-N.

(Alaska included beginning 1959, and Hawali, 1960. Based on births adjusted for underreglstratlon and numbers of women adjusted for underenumeration and mlsstatements ofage in the censuses. Probabllities are the number of births per 1,000 eshmated female population in specified parity and exact age group. Figures in the "0
writy" column show the probabliity of first births to "0parity" women, those m the "1 parity" column show the probabihty of second births to "1 parity" women,
etc. For definition of parity, see text in tlus section)

0

91.1
90.1

SO.(
91.(

7 or

2

1
179.:
178.c
175.1
172.;
173.4

3

loa.!
109.:

ll0.:

4

102.4
104.:
105.!
106.1

144.2
99.4

109.:
ill.!
llO.1
97.:
78.1

66.2
67.4
69.f
70.i
74.f
72.f
60.4
40.E

356.2
356.t
351.f
344.:
353.1
357.1
321.f
257.C

363.1
364.I
360.1
347 .e
355.1
361.4
319.f
360.1

403.:
396.:
398.1
393.:
398.:
392.:
337.:

183.E

336.:
341.4
335.:
331.:
337.E
329.1
257.c
191.2

277.t
28U
272.f
269.t
275.E
267.1
236.E
221.:

296.1
299.1
291.1
287.5
295.:
294.:
284.1
298.1

96.1
94.1
80.i
57.f

186.1
185.E

189.c
194.7
187.E
141. E
91.E

142.E
140.2
140.C
138.7
139.2

168.1

134.4
129.9

247.E
252.?
255.2
253.c
253.E
244.E
i93.e

83.1

125.t

58.9
61.2
63.6
65.2
67.9
70.1
64.6
47.7

121.4

25.4
27.1
29.4
29.7
29.3
27.3
24.9
18.3
5.1

4.8
4.6
4.3
4.8
4.6
5.1
3.7

179.:

66.:

182.f

1a.c

183.5

180.E
177.1
178.E
173.:
144.C
122.4

186.1

182.i
184.C
182.1
1682

94.E
95.c
97.7

104.E

120.1
l19.8
120.1
123.4
122.0
n3.7
71.6

101.1

40.0
39.1
40.5
42.5
44.2
45.0
43.6
26.5

37.5
38.1
39.9
41.5
43.6
44.5
40.9
28.3

7.2
7.3
7.4
7.6
7.6
8.1
7.6
4.6

106.1

106.f
97.:

98.9

99.8

87.2
64.7

8.0

8.3
8.6
8.6

9.3
9.8
8.4
5.9

169.f

103.E

108.1
109.5
l12.2
L12.C
972
872
49.1
51.7
53.6
54.9
58.0

57.7
51.9
40.2
13.0
13.6
14.0
14.1
15.0

14.3
12.9
9.7

5

6

109.1

129.E

ll0.6

129.4
135.9

113.9
l14.7
l18.4
ll8.9
105.1
94.1

136.1
141.3
140.0
124.6
n7.2

higher

1452
147.1
153.7
152.0
158.4
159.7
136.7
122.0

183.2
162.1
190.7
187.4
193.1
192.4

182.1
165.5

389.7
406.0
397.6
392.3
414.4
403.6
402.9
505.7

445.7
444.4
465.1
423.5
448.7
459.5
(=)

208.9
207.6
213.1
213.2
217.5
218.3
212.6
214.9

257.9
258.3
261.8
260.1
266.8
273.3
273.6
276.2

300.1
303.2
310.3
308.5
317.8
325.0
322.3
308.3

366.9
352.1
372.3
384.8
384.6
385.4
364.0
390.9

121.3
123.7
128.8
129.3
134.8
135.9
120.3
n4.9

158.7
161.5
169.2
169.6
178.2
179.6
162.6

197.9
201.1
209.5
2u.4
218.7
219.3
205.1
200.0

277.2
282.4
291.1
288.7
296.0

ll8.5
120.3
124.8
124.3
126.9
129.6
ll9.0
109.4

192.9
195.1
200.3
196.3
206.5
207.5
214.5

40.1
39.4
40.9
40.6
41.0
39.9
33.7
31.1

75.0
76.5
77.8
77.4
80.7
81.1
60.3
77.6

67.2
66.2
71.3
71.9
74.7
74.8
66.2
57.7
19.9
20.6

20.7
21.2
21.2
21.9

la.5
14.2

166.8

92.7
93.9
98.5
98.9

101.7
99.8
93.3
88.8

P)

29.1

30.9
30.7
30.5
32.1
31.4
26.5
23.2

Wot computed.

Source: Unpublished provisional data prepared by P. IC. Wnelpton, Scripps Foundation for Research in Poplation Problems, Eliami University, OxPord, Ohio.

294.6

291.3
286.6

208.7

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-28

Table

1-0. Live Births by Color and Sex: United States, 1935 and 1940-61
(Data refer onlv to births occurring within the United States. Alaska mcluded beginning 1959. and Hawaii, 1960)

b-

II

I

YEAR

Female

1,000

M

e

Males per
1,000

M e

Fenule

females

1,055
1,055
1,054

337,480
331,516
327,398

329,982
325,590
319,968

1,763,000
1,752,000
1,775,000
1,738,000

1,054
1,054
1,055
1,056

340,000

1,846,000
1,873,000
1,835,000

332,000
325,000

1,791,000
1,785,000
1,743,000
1,726,000

1,696,000
1,690,000
1,647,000
1,632,000

1,056
1,056
1,058

1,052
1,054
1,054
1,054

1,684,000
1,598,000

1,593,000
1,510,000
1,523,000
1,527,000

1,055

1,541,000
1,722,000

1,625,000

1,058
1,055
1,055

1,272,000
1,310,000

1,449,000
1,199,000
1,235,000

1,050
1,049
1,049

1,848,794
1,845,192
1,846,240

2,199,000
2,179,000
2,207,000
2,162,000

2,096,000
2,076,000
2,101,000
2,056,000

1,049

1,859,000

1,050

2,103,000
2,090,000
2,034,000
2,005,000

2,001,000
1,988,000
1,931,000

1,051
1,051

1,908,000

1,051

1,960,000
1,863,000
1,872,000
1,866,000

1,863,000
1,768,000
1,777,000
1,771,000

1,960,000

1,857,000
1,657,000
1,391,000
1,430,000

1,510,000

1,055

1,452,000
1,316,000
1,246,000
1,158,000

1,058
1,053
1,054
1,053

1,313,000
1,219,000

I

1,751,190
1,752,552

2,082,052
2,078,142
2,071,158

1,593,000
1,537,000
1,387,000

Female

females

2,186,274
2,179,708
2,173,638

1,754,000
1,467,000
1,509,000

Table

Males per

1,050
1,052

1,053

1,613,000
1,615,000

1,391,000
1,341,000
1,198,000
1,131,000

1,049,000

1,752,070

1,313,000
1,263,000
1,l32,000
1,067,000
993,000

Maleo per
1,000
female3

1,023
1,018
1,023

L#QZ!

326,000

1,Gu.
1,015

318,000

1,025

305,000

1,gz0
1,020
1,025

1,057

3ll,OOQ
305,000
291,000
279,000

1,058
1,058
1,059
1,058

276,000
265,000
259,000
251,000

271,000
259,000

1,060
1,063
1,061
1,060

238,000
223,000
196,000
199,000

1,059
1,062

203,000
195,000

3,058
1,060

189,000

1,056

332,000
334,000
327,000

182,000
170,000

293,000
284,000
276,000

1,GI.l

i,om
1,0;5

254,oa~

1,WZ

244,000

1,v1d

232,000
208,000

1,025
1,W 4
1,0zg

192,000
195,000

1,025

197,000
189,OGO
184,000
178,000
165,000

1,033
1,027
1,013
1,gz1

1,OLfl

1-P. Percent Completeness of Birth Registration, by Color:
United States, 1933-61
io. Data fc

140 and i9!

based on results of nationwide tests oI.registratloncomp1

mess. Data for othoryca

estimated)

I 1

Total

White

Tot&

Whitc

Plomhito
83.2

98.9
95.9
98.8
98.8
98.8

99.3
99.3
99.3
99.3

94.0

95.7
98.6
98.5
98.4

99.2
99.2
99.1

93.0
92.3

94.0

81'3

99.0
99.0

91.6
91.3

93.4
33.1

81.1
80.8
80.4

91.1

92.5
02.4
92.2
92.0

98.3

98.1

97.9
97.6
97.2

96.9

07.c
86.3
85.0
83.8

99.3

95.8
98.6
98.3
98.1
97.8

90.2

82.6

e0.2
79.9
79.6

79.3

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

Table 1-Q.

1-29

Live Births and Birth Rates, by Month: United States, 1951-61

(Data refer only to births occurrmg within the United States. Alaska mcluded beginning 1959, and E
cept 1955. Rates on an annual basis per 1,000 population residng in area. Annual rate for 1960
based on population estimated a s of July 1. Monthly rates based on estimated population for spei

raii, 1960. Based on a 50-percent sample of births for all years exsedon pi dation enumerated as of April 1; all other annual rates
ied month

I

1960

1959

4,257,850

4,244,796

345,376
329,642
349,918
327,202
333,120
332,728
374,214
392,230
387,350
370,552
349,854
365,664

1956

1957

4,163,090

349 334
322:706
358,192
331,144
337,614
342,814
373,766
360,078
377,220
368,198
345,688
358,042

23.3
-

23.7

24.0

22.9
23.5
23.3
22.4
22.1
22.8
24.0
24.8
25.0
23.7
22.9
22.7

22.8
23.3
23.1
22.3
21.9
22.6
24.5
25.7
26.2
24.2
23.6
23.6

23.5
24.0
24.0
22.9
22.6
23.7
24.9
25.3
25.9
24.4
23.7
23.7

344,236‘
319,968
347,378
326,178
342,518
338,316
360,960
367,878
378,ll8
373,azo
346,600
357,842

346,462
317,380
348,378
331,212
344,740
348,054
380,020
38l,448
377,002
376,254
348,158
355,676

I

24.1
24.5
24.2
23.8
23.9
24.9
26.3
26.3

4,047,295

367:221

24.9
23.6
24.2
23.7
23.0
23.3
23.8
24.5
25.0

EEEE

24.1
24.7
24.5
22.6
22.3
24.4
26.1
27.0
27.2
26.0
24.9
24.9

4,011,562

331,570
302,318
323,668
305,006
318,444
327,008
358,920
363,278
358,568
351,858
335,140
341,584

24.6

3,902,120

3,846,986

322,488
296,312
315,132
286,962
307,382
321,246
354,464
356.450

3ll,626
300,218
317,178
292,028
300,366
3ll,340
345,452
350.476
343;682

:gig
319,966
339,776

24.6

24.9

24.2
23
4.66
22.1
22.9
24.7
26.4
26.5
26.6
24.7
24.4
25.1

25.6
25.1

24.8
24.5

3,750,850

I :~%&.:~
I
315,148

I 1

I

328;708
329,166
304,302
312,044

2‘4.7

24.5

23.8
24.5

E/:

23.5
24.1
24.1

22.8
24.4
26.2
26.5
26.8
25.4
24.5
24.3

23.6
24.1
24.4
25.2
25.6
26.0
25.2
24.0
23.8

Table 1-R. Birth Rates and Fertility Rates, by Month, Adjusted for Seasonal

Variation: United States, 1951-61
(Data refer only to births occurrmg witbin the United States. Alaska mcluded begmning 1959, and Hawaii, 1960. Based on a 50-percent sample of births for all years exeshmated population residing in area for specified month. Birth rates based on total population; fertility rates based on
cept 1965. Rates on an annual basis per 1,000
.
female population aged 15-44 years)
REGISTERED BIRDiS

----1961

1960

23.6
23.7
23.9
23.7
23.5
23.5
23.3
23.2
22.8
23.1
23.1
22.7

23.6
23.5
23.6
23.6
23.3
23.2
23.8
24.1
23.9

l18.3
ll8.6
ll9.6
U8.8
ll8.0
l17.8
l16.8
ll6.1
l14.5
l16.0
l15.9
l13.9

l17.2
ll6 .8
l17.4
l17.4
ll6.1

23.6

23.8
23.9

U . 8

118.5
120.3
l19.3
l17.8
l18.8
l19.5

1959

1959

BI5TlE ADJUSTED FOR ~iDERXEGISTRATION

_-

24.7
24.9
24.7
24.7
24.9
24.5
24.0
24.0
24.6

24.3
24.3
24.6
24.3
24.0
24.2
24.1
23.9
23.7
23.7
23.8
23.8

24.6
24.6
24.9
24.6
24.3
24.5
24.4
24.2
24.0
24.0
24.1
24.1

24.6
24.6

l19.7
l19.2
121.1
l19.7
U8.2
U9.6
U9.3
l18.3
u7.5
u7.5
l18.2
l18.3

121.1
120.7
122.5
121.1
l19.7
121.0
120.7
l19.7
ll9.0
ll9.0
ll9.6
l19.7

120.4
121.1
120.3
120.6
121.7
l19.7
l17.4
l17.2
120.4
121.1
120.7
120.8

24.7

---

1Y52

1958

1951

25.3
25.1
25.3
25.7
25.5
25.6
25.6
25.2
25.0
25.2
25.1
24.9

25.2
25.3
25.7
24.6
23.8
25 .I.
25.4
25.7
25.4
25.4
25.3
25.4

24.8
25.0
25.2
25.2
25.2
24.8
24.6
24.9
25.0
24.9
25.2
25.1

25.4
25.1
25.0
25.4
25.3
25.3
25.3
25.2
25.3
25.2
25.6
25.3

25.1
25.1
24.8
24.4
24.9
25.3
25.5
25.2
25.0
24.4
25.0
25.8

24.7
25.0
25.3
25.2
24.8
25.2
25.4
25.3
25.3
25.1
25.2
25 .I

24.4
24.7
25.1
25.8
26.2
25.3
24.6
24.5
24.6
24 .E
24.7
24.7

122.2
121.2
122.3
124.3
123.4
124.1
124.2
122.3
121.5
122.6
122.0

120.2
120.4
122.7
l17.6
ll4.1
120.2
121.9
123.3
122.2
122.3
121.9
122.5

l16.3
ll7.6
l18.5
l18.6
ll8.6
ll6.9
116.3
ll7.9
l18.4
ll8.0
l19.6
l19.4

l17.2
ll6.1
ll5.8
l17.8
l17.1
l17.7
l17.7
l17.1
l17.7
l17.9
ll9.8
l18.5

u4.3
114.2
112.9
m.3

m.0
112.3
m.7
113.4
m.9
113.6
114.6
114.5
114.5
113.6
114.3
114.1

108.4
109.6
111.9
114.7

1w.1

113.6
116.0

116.6
115.6

114.9
112.3
ll5.1
118.8

116.6

112.9
109.7
109.5
u0.0

m.2
110.5
110.8

--

-

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-30

Tabls

1-S.

Number and Percentage Distribution of Live Births by Attendant,
b y Color: United States, 1940-61
(Data r e f e r only to births occurring within the United States. Alaska included b e g m i n g 1959,

id Hawaii, 1960)

I
R
R
m
R AmPIDED BY-

YEAR AND COLOR

Total live

physician
in
hospitnl'

4, 4?68,32C
4,257,85C
4,L44,78t
4,233,81i
4,254,784
4,163,OSC

4,135,126
4,124,368
4,090,754
4,036,668
4,070,436
3,959,428

Mfdwife,
other,
and not
s-oecified

Physicim
in
hospital'

43,614
49,336
56,244
64,554
75,114
85,406

89,586
94,146
97,798
102,590
109,234
ll8,256

96.9
96.6

100,756
118,478
135,70C
162,002
234,548

127,729
139,366
145,058

Physicisn
not i n
hospital

l.U&dife,
other,
und not
cpcci f k d

1.0

8.1

1.2
1.3

1.5

Z,L'
2.3
2.4

1.8

d.65

Z.1

Z.B

2.5
2.9

3.2

169,336

94.4
93.6
92.8
91.7
9o.c

3.5
4.2
5.5

3.7
4.x
4.5

88.2
86.7
85.6
84.8
82.4

7.1
8.1
9.1
10.1
12.2

6.0
5.1

323,434
375,407
402,758

176,635
182,468
186,428
187,603
177,693

432,89E
493,463
615,754
693,921
759,986
825,271

176,972
188,374
203,524
208,242
215,722
218,363

78.8
75.6
72.1
67.E
61.2
55.E

14.7
17.7

6.7

21.0

E.?

24.7
30.2

I .4

35.5

3.3

3,600,864
3,630,744
3,597,43c
3,572,306
3,621,456
3,545,35c

22,952
26,646
29,772
36,404
42,816
49,322

16,796
18,286
18,748
20 128

3.E

0.7

b.5
0.5

9.M

0.5

3,458,448
3,443,63C
3,356,772
3,322,658
3,237,372

60,738
73,690

86,500
3;181;098
3,056,516

136,458
141,602

26,294
29,568
32,092
35,102
38,954

57.5
97.0
96.5
95.7
94.4

3,063,627
3,083,711
3,080,316
3,274,62C
2,913,645

2,841,930
2,825,078
2,784,865
2,925,374
2,538,882

181,279
214,198
248,093
300,198
327,585

40,418
44,445
47,358
49,948
47,178

92.8
91.6
90.4
89.3
87.1

329,147
414,895
534,177
616,533
688,188
754,746

47,487
52,723
58,273
62,310
68,583
74,530

84.3
81.0
77.2
72.7
65.7
59.9

13.7
1C.3
e3.c
24,M

20 662

4,047,29:
4,317,362
3,932,12(
3,846,988
3,750,55:
3,554,145
3,559,525
3,535,068
3,699,94:
3,288,671
2,735,45€
2,794,80(
2,934,86(
2,808,SSf
2,513,42i
2,363,395

3.125.975

251,539

289,981

1;537:719
1,316,768

2,395,563
2,454,73c
2,594,763
2,486,934
2,204,903
2,067,953

155,830

36.4
96.0
95.7
95.1

5.6

6.3
5.1
5.4

fc.5

8.6

1.5
1.Z

0.1.

a's12

22:998

1.4

D.C

1.8
i.1

1.1.Id

5.1,

G.'I

.

2.G

1

3.L
4,4

1.1

5.3

1.3
1,4
1.1

C.D

8.1
0.z
11.z

'I

1 .i'

1.5
1.1,

1.0

1.1
2.;'

31.i:

i .s
3.1

36.6

3.1.

16.'1

667 462
6571106
647,366
631,506
633,328
617,743

574,013
558,556
541,844
520,894
513,408
486,398

22:693
26,472
28,153
32,298
36,084

72 790
751860
79,050
82,462
87,622
95,258

86.0
85.0
83.7
82.5
81.1
78.7

3.1
3.5
4.1
4.5
5.1
5.8

588,847
573,732
545,348
524,328
513,778

447,394
419,146
383,182
348,058
320,483

40,018
44,788
49,230
55,542
62,946

191,435
109,798
112,966
123,728
130,352

76.3
73.1
75.3
66.4
62.4

6.8

17.;

7.8
9.0
10.6
12.3

1.1.1

493,522
475,838
454,752
425,323
375,067

284,045
262,002
240,341
212,556
169,341

73,263
75,783
75,341
75,209
75,174

136,217
138,323
139,070
138,555
135,512

57.9
55.1
52.9
49.7
45.2

14.3
15.9

1j.3

lF.C

51.1,

17.7
20.0

32.6.

339,893
343,100
340,097
322,062
308,524
292,446

136,665
125,881
113,269
98,712
89,587
78,091

73,743
78,568
81,577
77,418
71,798
70,525

129,485
135,651
145,251
145,932
147,139
143,830

43.2
37.0
33.3
33.6
29.0
26.7

21.7

38.1

23.1
24.9
24.0
23<3
24.1

fJ.9

'It i s assumed that all births i n hospitals or institutions are attended by physicians.
2&sed on a 50-percent sample of births.

Physician
not i n
hospital

PERCEIiT ATIEIIDED BY-

11,5

1.2

13.1
13.u
15.4

1j.7

13.9
15.4
21.8

54.h

4"7

45.3
47.7
4Y.2

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
Table

1-T. Percentage Distribution of Live Births by Attendant, by Color:
United States, Each Division and State, 1961
(BY place

DMfiIOII AlD SPlllE

of residence. Data r e f e r onlv to b i r t h s occurr

'hysician
in

lospitall

lit

1-31

'hysician
not in
10spital

blidwife

Other
ana not
;pecified

within

he United States.

wsician
in
.ospitall

bysician
not in
IOSPital

Based on a 50-nercent sample)

Midwife

Other
ana not
.pecified

wsician
in
l0SPitsll

hysician
not i n
,ospital

Other
and not
,pecifiea

96.9

1.0

1.9

0.2

98.9

0.6

0.4

0.1

86.0

99.6
99.3
99.1
99.2
92.8
87.1
94.3
98.2
99.1

0.4
0.6
0.9
0.6
1.8
2.5
1.4
0.7
0.5

0.0
0.0

0.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.4

99.6
99.4
99.4
99.4
98.9
97.3
96.5
98.3
99.3

0.3
0.5

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.3
1.2
2.2

0.0
0.1

0.6

0.4

0.0

0.2

99.0
98.3
96.7
96.5
78.3
62.7
86.0
95.8
97.8

0.7

98.8
99.8
98.5
99.7
99.6
99.8

98.8
100.0
100.0
98.9
98.9
99.2

0.6
0
0
1.0
0.8
0.7

98.2
97.8
98.9

1.5
1.4
1.0

0.0
0.1

0.0

0.3
0.6
0.1

99.3
97.0
94.2
98.0
98.2

0.5
2.4
5.5
1.8
1.7

0.0
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.1

0.2
0.5
0.2
0.1
0.1

99.8
99.1
95.0
98.5
95.0
99.1
99.0

0.1
0.6
2.4
0.6
1.0
0.5
0.6

0.2
2.3
0
2.0
0.1
0.1

2.5
1.2
3.8
3.8
6.8
7.9
4.9
2.7

0.0
0.1
5.2
10.2

4.0
0.6

0.5

0.1

0.3

1.2
0.2

0
0

0.1

1.5
0.2
0.3
0.2

0
0
0.0
0.0

99.3
99.3
99.3

0.6

0.0

0.5

0.0

0.6

99.3
99.1
98.3
99.4
99.7

0.6
0.8
1.6
0.5
0.3

99.7
99.6
98.1
99.8
99.0
99.7
99.6

0.2
0.3
1.4
0.1
0.4
0.3
0.3

98.6
98.2
99.0
93.5
96.9
92.5
83.7
88.6
94.3

0.4
1.0
1.0
1.5
1.9
2.4
3.8
2.2
1.1

94.7
95.5
82.5
72.7

0.0
0.0
0.0
3.1
0.0

98.8
99.8
98.5
99.8
99.7
99.8

0.a

0.1
0.1
0.0

0.0
0.0

0.1
0.1

0.0

0.1

0.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.2

0.6

0.5
0.7
1.3

1.1
0.7
0.5
1.2
0.2

0
0

1.5

0
0

0.0
0.0

0.1
0.1
0.3

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1

0.2
0.2
0.2

0.0
0

99.5
99.6
99.3

0.4
0.4
0.6

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.1

99.3
99.3
99.1
99.6
99.7

0.6
0.7
0.9
0.4
0.2

0.0

0.0
0.1

0.0
0.1

99.7
99.7
98.6
99.8
99.3
99.7
99.6

0.2
0.3
1.2
0.1
0.3
0.3
0.3

12.2
9.1
4.3

0.1
0.1
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.1
0.3
0.1
0.3

99.4
99.3
99.7
98.6
97.2
99.4
98.8
99.1
98.9

2.4
2.1
2.6
3.0

2.6
2.2
14.8
24.2

0.3
0.2
0.2
0.2

95.1
93.3
98.1
99.0

2.1

87.5
96.4
98.2
93.8

3.6
0.6
0.7
1.4

8.7
2.9
0.8
4.3

0.3
0.1
0.2

98.0
99.6
99.0
95.0

1.5
0.2

99.3
99.1
99.6
99.0
95.4
97.2
98.9
99.7

0.4
0.5
0.2
0.5
1.3

0.2
0.0
0.0
0.2
2.3
0.9
0.1
0.0

0.4
0.1
0.2
1.0
0.8
0.4
0.1

99.4
99.1
99.6
99.0
95.4
97.7
99.1
99.8

99.5
99.3
99.2
90.8
99.4

0.3
0.4

0.0
0.0
0.0
5.3
0

0.1
0.2
0.2
3.2
0.2

99.6
99.5
99.2
99.2
99.8

1.1
0.6
0.2

0.6
0.7
0.3

0.0
0.4

0.0
0.4
0.0

0.0
0.9
0.7
0.0

4.8
0.8

5.0

0.0

0.5
0.1

i o anoumcd that al?. birthe occurring in hospitals oi i n s t i t u t i o n s are attended by physicians.

0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0

0.0
0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0
0.1
0.0
0.3
0.0

0.0
0.1
0.0
0.1

0.0

0.0
0.0

0.1

0.1

0.3
0.3
0.5

0.1
0.0
0.1

95.2
94.3
98.7
77.8
91.3
77.3
62.8
10.0
82.4

2.5
0.5
0.8
0.4

0.2
0.1
0.0
0.1

91.3
85.9
56.2
50.2

0.6

0.4
0.2
0.2

1.3

3.3

0.1
0.0
0.2
0.4

0.4
0.5
0.2
0.5
1.3

0.2

0.1
0.4

0.3
2.4

1.1

0.8

0.3
0.6

0.3
0.8
1.8
0.4
0.9
0.6
0.5

1.1
1.1
0.5

0.3
0.1
0.0
0.5
0.7

0.0
0

0.6
0.1

0
0

0.3
0.5

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.6

0.2

0.4
0.1

0

0

0.1
0

0.1
0.4

0.1

0.2
0.9
0.4
0.3
0.1
0.1

0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1

3.1
0.8
1.3
3.0
1.6
4.6
5.2
2.5

0.s

1.0

10.4

0.5

0.1
0.0
0.1
1.5
16.7
31.7
10.8
1.4
0.6

0.1
0.3
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.3
0.6

0
0
0
0

0
0.1

0

3.4
3.0
0
17.8
4.1

2.0
0.8
0.6

0
0
0.1
0.3
0.1

0.1
0.2
0.3

0.9
1.9
0.3
0.4

28.5
24.9
15.1

0.4
0.3
0.0
0.6
0.7
0.3
0.7
0.2
0.8

5.1
5.1

3.5
8.0
38.3
44.5

0.4
0.3
0.4
0.3

62.5
91.5
93.4
87.1

8.5
1.3
1.7
2.0

28.3
7.1
4.4
9.9

0.7
0.2
0.6
1.0

98.1
98.7
98.7
98.6
95.0
94.5
91.9
98.8

0.4
0.6
0
0.8

0.0
0
0.7
0.1
1.4
1.9
4.2
0.2

0.6
0.6

0.7
0.5
2.4
3.0
2.6
0.2

0.1
0.3
0.0
15.8
0

0.2
0.6
0.5
9.5
0.3

99.3
98.1
98.7
73.6
99.3

4.9
5.8

1.1
0.7
1.3
0.8
0.4
0.9
0.8

1.1
0.4

15.6

Table

*

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-32

1-U. Ratio of Illegitimate Live Births, by Color: Reporting States,
1940-61

(By place of residence.

Data refer only to illegitimate births occurrmg withm the reporting area. Ratios per 1,000 total live births in specified group,
quencies less than 20 are underlmed)

ab
1961'

Lu.6
(44.7)

---

_-_

---

---

16.7
(ll.4;

-__----

1960'

271.2
(ll3.2)

(12.3

---

---_-----

mwhite

Totd

Wte

'Onirhit.5

17.7

185.o

172.7

12.9

207.7

195.4

___
___
---

15.8

---------

mi 7 2

1950

White

Ratlos for fre-

---

---

---

--_

77.3
113.8
79.6
(79.5

24.0
31.7
17 .a
(13.4:

40.3
10.6
-17.0
85.2
------*
--(27.3)
(24.2
--(41.2)
--[2:;
(21.7)
--(15.C
(17.6)

(46;;)
(12C.C)

(70.5)
(96.Y)

88.7
207.3
95.7

29.8
65.8
29.4

323.5
268.4
281.1

88.4
204.9
94.9

29.9
55.8
27.4

347.7
272.4
277.1

(59.3)

(36.9:

(69.2)

(52.4)

(37.6

(59.0)

65.4
26.2

23.6
27.5
23.0

276.2
217.3
212.5

59.7
40.3
22.4

21.2
26.3
20.2

261.6
194.5
161.0

16.4
16.5
15.4

2u .1
152.5
123.0

18.3
15.8

28.8
53.4
95.3
31.7
42.3

19.1
31.0
15.0
31.2
25 .o

169.1
291.5
214.5
66.7
l8l.8

26.4
50.4
90.1
27.1
37.5

17.3
30.6
17.9
27.1
21.7

152.2
258.6
204.4
32.3

12.6
21.5
12.4
28.7

14U.4
196.7
175.1
101.7
136.8

17.2
28.7
82.0
29.2
2Z.Y

15.7
28.9
18.7

29.5
138.9
57.9

25.8
13.5
22.4

223.0
246.0
283.1

28.4
138.9
57.5

24.9
14.2
21.3

212.7
244.3
285.4

38.3

20.3

36.6

19.3

9.1
15.3
(13.71
13.9

215.5
173.4
226.3
(145.4)
127.1

21.5
90.7
27.0
(19.7)
13.3

20.0
14-7
19.4
(15.8
4,1

40.6

___

18.2

___

180.4

---

36.1

14.4

___

177.5

12.3

---

128.8

15.4
(34.1

90.3
26.3
48.0

23.1
20.6
27.2

237.7
158.8
224.3

90.3
25.3
43.7

22.5
21.5
24.7

238.1
121.8
206.3

24.0

192.3
158.1
146.8

25.6
(36.6)
81.3
23.1
22.2

lE.O

131.6

--

---

---

---

---

(157.2)

35.3

136.4
228.6
194.1
274.2

30.8
41.8
31.6
120.8

27.2
22.9
22.8
20.4

131.7
202.7
241.9
258.4

165.U

128.5

24.8
26.5
22.7

(31.2)
13.4
33.9
23.9

(17.U

38.7
46.6

---

178.9

1b9.5

12.4
24.4
21.3
25.8

13,.0
138.8
185.5

32.2
91.9
54.5
16.2

18.4
30.3
24.9
14.9

195.3
308.3
222.0
71.0

31.3
86.9
51.5
15.6

16.1
27.4
23.3
13.7

226.1

---

___

43.1

___

33.3

--_

80.4
33.4

66.7

--_-_

__-

---

26.9
28.8
53.4
18.2
(17.2)

__--_

-_-

244.2
105.8
321.2
152.6
(104.6)

---

_--

_--

_-_

__-

79 .I
25.2
(23.0)

---

__-

---

--_

25.3
24.7
47.6
19.4
(19.7

---

---

155.3

_--

295.9
223.5
104.3

--_

241.0
96.4
292.1
163.7

(ll8.1)

'Based on a 50-percent sample of births.
"Figures for 1940 shown in table LU, Volume I, 1960, were by place of occurrence rather than place of residence.
%dudes only those States reporting legitimacy status for a l l 4 years.
4Data exclude a significant but unlmoxn number of illegitimate births ermneously classified as legitimate.

----_

18.0

18.8

17.1
17.6

--_
15.3

19.8
20.4
20.6

318.4
218.2
230.8
(188.1)

---

--<

-----

124.5
2G7.7

12.2
21.8
14.6
9.2
(21.7)

(4uU.u)

22.2
14.9
40.0
15.4
(10.2)

194.8
85.3
171.3
145.5
(08.9)

162,3
205.8
156.0
54.7
-

71.4
95 '7
62 -3
(77.5)

--(10.8)
2c.s

18.9
46.2
23.7
7.2
(32.1)
73.3
15.5
43.3
2u.u
.-<

26.3
27.4
15.6
(15.7

3'2',.4
814.5
174.6

(171.C)

_-i

(1U.C

18.2
14.5
15.1
12 '1

21.1

-

27.6

2U.6

15.3
19.7
16.2
L.7

(32-1.

&
1L7.G
120.4
145.8

143.3
171.5
175* c

15R.4
121.3
133.5
150.3

133.3
(85.2)
111'7
14C.U
(11J.51
194.3
l,i6.3

7G.t;

74.0
1'JZ.I
124.1
+J

26 .c

l'J7.tI

15.5

V'J.2
1JS.4

44.4
10.6

---

--1S5.Z

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

Table 1-V.

1-33

Estimated Number of Illegitimate Live Births and Ratios, by Color,
and Illegitimacy Rates: United States, 1940-61

I

(Data r e k r only to births occurring withm the United States. Alaska lncluded beginning 1959, and Hawai 1960. Estimates are rounded to the nearest hundred without
being adjusted to group totals which zre mdependentl rounded)
9

RPLTIOl
YEAR

Total

11

Rate2

~

Bonwhite

White

White

Nonwhite

240,200
224,300
220,600
208,700

91,100
82,500
79,600
74,600

149 1CO
141:8ou

134,lOC

49.6

201,700
193,500
183,300
176,600

70 800
67z500
64,200
62,700

130,900
126 000
u9'2oo

47.4
46.5

u3:goo

44.0

56,600
54,100
52,600
53,500

104,200
96,200
93,900
88,100

39.1
39.1
39.8

16.3

129,70:,
131,900
125,200
L17,1w

53,500
54,800
60,500
61,400
56,400

79,700
74 900
71:500
63,800
60,900

37.4
36.7

1c6,203
98,100
96,500
95,700
89,500

49,600
42,800
42,000
41,990
40,300

55,600
55,400
54,500
53,800
49,200

:i i i
141,600

I

133,200

25.3
22.9
22.1
20.9

223.4
215.8
218.0
212.3

22.6
21.8
22.1
21.0

19.6
19.0
18.6
18.8

206.7
204.0
202.4
198.5

20.9
20.2
19.3
18.3

16.9

191.1
183.4
182.8
179.6

17.0

16.3
17.5

38.1
42.9

17.3
17.8
18.5
21.1
23.6

167.5
164.7
168.0
170.1
179.3

13.3
12.5
12.1
10.9
10.1

37.6
33.4
34.3
38.1
37.9

20.2
16.5
16.9
19.0
19.5

m,ioo

35.7

15.6
15.1
14.1

9.0
8.3
8.0
7.8
7.1

'Fzr 1 ow totd ~ v births
e
i n specified group.
%r 1'UOU unmarried fern& population aged 15-44 y e a r s , e n w r a % d as of April 1 f o r 1940, 1933, and 19€Q, and estimated as of July 1 for all other years.
'Rwcd'm 0 SO-percent cyaple of birth;.
A

Tablel-W.

Estimated Number of Illegitimate Live Births and Ratios, by Age of
Mother and Color: United States, 1961

(Dntn reIor only to births occurring withinthe United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Estimates are rounded to the nearest hundred without being adlusted to group
totals which are mdependently rounded. Ratios per 1,000 total live blrths rn specified group)

I

IIUIBER

W E OP 1,iolZw
Total

1

White
91,100

1

llonwhitc
149,100

I

PATIO

1

!&tal
56.3

I

White
25.3
498.6
76.5
123.8
59.4
24.2
12.5
11.4
13.6

16.6

Nonwhite
223.4

.

816.5
439.2
561.7
355.7
209.4
143.5
132.0
129.9
126.7

e.

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-34
Table

1-X. Estimated Illegitimacy Rates by Age of Mother: United States,
1940,1950, and 1955-61

(Data refer only to births occurrmg wthm the United States. Alaska included beginning 1959, and Hawaii, 1960. Rates are illegitimate live births per 1,000 UnnIarried
female population m speclfied group, enumerated a s of April 1 for 1940, 1950, and 1960 and estimated a s of July 1 f o r all other years. Figures for age Of mother not
stated are distrihuted)
AGE OF MOTHER
YEAR
15-19 years

10-14 years

20-24 years

22.6
21.8

0.6
0.6

16.0
15.7

19.3

0.6
0.6

15.0

14.1
10.1
7.1

41.2
40.3
33.7
21.3
15.3
9.5

12.6
9.5
7.4

0.5
0.4

25-29 years

30-34 ycars

44.8
42.0
32.1
19.9
12.1
7.2

35-39 yews

28.9
27.5
22.2
13.3
7.1

15.1

3.8

13.9
10.7
7.2

3.6
217

4.1

5.1

3.4

1 .c
1.2

2.0

'Rates computed by relatug total births regazdless of age of mother t o unmarried female population aged 15-44 years.
'Rates compuzed by relating births t o moihers aged 40 years and o x r io unmarried female population-aged 40-44 years.
%ased on a 50-percent sample of births.

1-Y. Distribution of Live Births by Birth Weight, by Color, for the
United States and Each Geographic Division; and by Plurality for the
United States: 1961

Table

(Bv ulace of residence. Data refer only to bvths occurring within the Umted States. Based on a 50-percent sampIe. Figures for birth weight not stated are distributed)

1,000

1,001-

or less

1,5012,000

grams

2,0012,500
gms

2,500
gms

r less

2,5013,000
grams

3,0013,500

grams

0.5
1.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

0.5
0.4
0.8
4.6
4.1
6.4

100.0
100.0

100.0

100.0
100.0
100.o
100.0
100.0
100.0

3;370
3,380
3,160
3,270
3,320
3,150
3,300
3,340
3,180
3,300
3,330
3,160
3,240
3,250
3,160
3,310
3,330
3,170

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

1.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

0.5
0.9
0.5
0.4
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.9
0.5
0.4
0.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

1.2
1.0
2.1
14.0
13.4
16.0

4.7
4.1
7.7
29.9
29.2
32.4

6.9
ll.7
54.2
52.1
62.6

1.1
0.5
0.5
1.0
5.8
5.3

7.8

1.4
1.3
2.8
1.5
1.3
2.9
1.4
1.2
2.7
1.2
1.1
2.3
1.8
1.4

0.5
0.5
1.2
0.6
0.5
1.4
0.6

0.5
0.5
1.2
0.6
0.5
1.4
0.6
0.5
1.2
0.5
0.4

100.0
100.0

17.6

2.5

6.9
13.0

1.3

0.5
1.3
0.5
0.5
1.1
0.8
0.6

0.6

1.1

2.6
1.6

0.7

0.6
1.1

1.3
2.2
1.5
1.3
2.4
1.5
1.4
1.9
1.4
1.3
2.1

0.7
0.5
1.1
0.6
0.6
0.9

0.5

0.6

0.5
0.8

0.5
0.8

I

4.9
4.8
8.0
5.4
4.8
9.4
4.8
4.3
8.8
4.3
4.0
8.2
5.9
4.8
8.4
5.7
4.7
8.2
5.4
4.6
0.3
6.0

6.0
6.9
4.8
4.4
7.2

6 .O

7.3
7.1

13.1
8.1
7.1

15.1
7.3
6.5
14.0

6.5
6.1
12.6
9.0

7.3
12.9
8.5
7.0
12.2
8.1
6.8
12.6

8.6
8.5
10.5
7.2
6.7

11.0

- ---

'Computed to nearest 10 g m s on basis of exact conversion of interval limits fmm pounds and ounces.
2Eqruvalents of the gram weights in term of pounds and ounces are as follows:
1,000 grams o r l e s s

1,001-1,500 grams
1,501-2,000 grams
2,001-2,500 grams
2,501-3,OOO grams

2 lb. 3
lb. 4
lb. 5
lb. 7
=5
lb. 9
=2
=3
=4

OZ.
OZ.
OZ.
OZ.
OZ.

or less
3 lb.
4 lb.
- 5 lb.
- 6 lb.

--

4 OZ.
6 OZ.
8

OZ.

9 OZ.

3,001-3,500
3,501-4,000
4,0014,500
4,501-5,000
5,001 grams

=6

lb. 10 02.

--

7 lb. ll O Z .
8 lb. 13 OZ.
lb. 1 4 O Z .
9 lb. 1 4 O Z .
= 9 lb. 15 OZ.
U
. lb. 0 OZ.
or nure =ll lb. 1 OZ. or more

gram
grams
grams
grams

= 7 lb. 12 02.

=8

4,5015,000

5,001

grams

grams

tr more

grama

____.

4.6
8.4

0.5

4,0014,500

26.4
7.3
1.3
'0.2
----

7.8
1.5
5.2
---

100.0
100.0

3,5014,000

25.4

38.3
37.3

27.9
18.7

7.8
4.4

1.4
1.0

0.2
0.Z

18.6
17.4
25.4
29.2
30.2
25.2

38.6
38,7
38.0
13.7
14.7
10.0

26.9
28.4
19.1

7.4
8.0
4.5
0.3
0.3
0.2

1.4
1.4

0.Z
0.2
0.2

0.1

0

18.9
18.6
26.2
19.9
18.8
27.5
17.6

38.8
38.8
39.4
38.8
39.0
37.4
37.6
37.6
37.7
37.1
37.0
37.9
37.9
38.3
36.9
36.9
37.6
35.3
38.2
38.5
37.0
39.9
40.0
38.9
38.6
38.5
39.6

26.6
27.0
17.1
25.3
26.7
16.3
21.7
29.0
17.6
29.4
30.1
19.0
24.9
27.4
19.0

7.0
7r 2

1.2
1.2

011

16.5
26.5

16.0
15.4
24.8
20.1
18.1
25.0
19.2
17.1
24.2
19.0
17.5
24.5
21.7
21.4
25.9
18.3
17.4
25.0

2.6

2.8
1.9

3.6
6.6
7.1
3.2
8.1
8.7
3.5
9.0
9.3
4.7
6.8
1.4
4.7
7.5

26.1
28.5
20.3
26.2
28.0
19.5
23.3
23.6
19.6
27.1
28.2
19.6

-

8.1
6 .I

.

1.1
0.0
0.0

os

1 .I
1,2
0.5
1.5
1.6
0.6

0.0
0.0

0.2
0.1
0,1
0.1
0.1
G.2

0.2

0.1

1.7

0.Z

1.8

0.Z

0.8

0,1
0.2

1.3
1.3

0.Z

1*3
1.6
15

0,2
0.z

1.8

0.2

012

7.1
7.7
4.9
5.4
5.5
4.2

1.4

0.2

1.4

0.2
0.2

0,1

0.1
0.1
0.1

1.3

1.2

0.1

7.8

13

4.1

0.6

0.1
0.1

1.2

0,9
0.9

---

SECTION 1 - NATALITY
Table 1-2.

1-35

Distribution of Live Births b y Birth Weight, by Age of Mother

and Color:United States, 1961
(Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Figures for age of mother and birth weight not stated are distributed)

I

I

PERCElmAG3 DI~TKIELI'I'IOl~BY BIFSE WEICE@

I

AGE OF 1,IOTBER AND COLOR

1,5012,000
grams

or l e s s

2,0012,500
grams

2,500
grams

)r less

2,5013,000
grams

----

100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0
100.0

2.0
1.1
0.9
1.0
1.0
0.8
0.8
1.9

2.1
1.4

1.1
1.0
1.1

1.0
0.9
0.7

1.5

5.2

7.8

18.8

38.1

3.4
1.9
1.4
1.3
1.4
1.6
1.7
2.2

10.1
6.3
5.0
4.8
5.1
5.4
5.8
5.3

17.3
9.8
7.4
7.1
7.6
8.2
8.6
9.0

28.4
21.6
19.4
18.1
17.4
17.0
16.3

35.9
39.5
39.7
38.2
36.2
34.4
33.3
32.4

1.3

4.6

6.9

2.8
1.6
1.2
1.1
1.3
1.4
1.6
2.1

7.5
5.3
4.4
4.3
4.6
5.0
5.4
4.8

2.5
3.7
3.0
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.2
2.8

'Computed to nearest 10 grms on

basis of exact conversion of interval limits fmm pounds and
of grm weights in terms of pounds and ouncus are as follow,:

%quivalontc
1,WO grams or less = 2 lb. 3 02. or less
1,001-1,500 grams
2 lb. 4 02. - 3 l b .
1,501-2,OW rams
= 3 lb. 5 OZ. - 4 lb.
2,001-2,500 grams
4 lb. 7 02.
5 lb.
2,501-3,000 grams = 5 lb. 9 02.
6 lb.

-

4

02.

6

02.

8

02.
02.

9

3,001-3,500
3,501-4,000
4,001-4,500
4,501-5,000
5,001 grams

3,0013,500
grams

grams = 6
grams = 7
grams = 8
grams = 9
or rope =ll

lb. 10
lb. 12
lb. 14

lb. 15
lb. 1

16.9

-

I

3,5014,030

4,0014,500

4,5015,030

epms

grama

Bpms

0.1

23.3
26.0
27.3
27.9
28.0
28.1
27.3

1.4
1.8

.38.3!

27.9

7.8

13.6
9.3
6.5
6.3
6.8
7.5
8.1
8.1

20.9
19.3
18.2
17.2
16.7
16.3
15.7
17.0

39 8
40:l
39.9
38.2

22.1
25.9
27.4
28.5

3.3
5.7
6.9
8.2

8.4

13.0

25.4

37.3

u.7

19.4
15.6
12.8
ll.8
12.3
12.0
ll.8
13.5

33.0
30.2
26.8
23.6
22.0
21.0
19.4
16.4

8.4
7.5
7.8
7.6
7.9
8.2

--

OUIICCJ.
02.
02.
02.

02.
02.

-

7 lb. ll 02.
8 lb. 13 0 2 .
9 lb. 14 02.
ll lb. 0 02.
or more

0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.6

17.6

10.1

0.2
-

26.4

15.8

I

5,001
grams
N
r more

1

0.3
1.4
0.3
0.7
1.0
1.4

27.3

0.2
0
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.6
0.4
0.2
-

0.1

36.0
30.8

5.0
6.2
7.4

1.1
1.6

2.0
1.9

0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.4
0

SECTION 1 - NATALITY

1-36

Table 1-AA. Birth Rates: United States, Each Division and State, 1950 and

1955-61

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring withm the United States. Based on a 5O-p.rcent sample for all years except 1950 and 1955. Rates are live
births per
1,000
population
in each area. enumerated as of April 1 for 1950 and 1960 and estimated as of July 1 for all other vears)
.
.
.
_

.

RATES BASED ON
ED@.!I!SG~I

BIRTHS

.

RATES BASED ON BIFTHS ADJUSTED FOR U I I D ~ G 1 S T R A T I O ; I

DIVISION AND 8TXE3
1961

1960

1959

1959

1958

1957

1956

1955

1350

23.:

23.7

24.c

24.3

24 .E

25.;

25.1

25.1

22.1
31.f

22.7
32.1

22.5
32.E

23.1
34.1

23.3
36 .3

24.2
35.:

24.c
35.4

23.1
34.1

22.:
21.1
23.5
23.5
23.5
24 .l
24.E
26.1
23.1

22.5
21.5
24.2
24.0
24.2
24.4
25.4
27.3
23.6

22.5
21.E
24.E
24.4
24 .E
25 .l
25.E
27.1
23.1

22.7
21.9
24.8
24.5
25.2
25.5
26.5
27.9
23.4

23.3
22.4
25.c
24.1
25.5
25.7
26.7
28.C
23.6

23.1
22.t
26.;
24.4
26.:
26
27.:
28.4
24.:

23.4
22.2
25.9
24.4
26.7
26.6
27.9
28.E
24.3

23.:
22.(
25 '1
24.!
26.
27.1
27.1
29 ,j
23.t

21.0

23.5
22.4
23.E
22.5
21.2
21.9

24.0
22.8
24 .
I
22.4
21.4
22.4

24 .I
22.4
24.5
22.5

24.6
22.6
24.9
23.2
21.4
23.5

24.:
22.1
25.:

23.;

23.3
2117
23.3
25.6

22.:
24.f

24.1
22.9
24.7
23.4
21.6
23.9

24.:
22.:
25.:
22d

21.;

23.5

22.1

24.2
22.4
24.6
22.5
21.9
22.7

23.5

25.2

21.3
21.1

21.4
21.8

21.C

21.3

21.1
22.C
22.C

21.8
22.0
22.1

22.1
22.6
22.7

22.:
23.:
23.4

21.6
22.8
23.0

21.4
22.;
22.:

22.4
2013
a.2

23.:

23.8
24.2
23.7
25.0
25.2

24.2
24.4
24.1
25.6
25.2

24.3
24.6
24.2
25.8
25.3

24.6
24.7
24.1
26.7
25.0

26.4
25,;
25.1
27.1
25 .E

25.9
25.7
24.7
27.9
25.2

24.5

23.E
24.5

23.1
24.3
24.5
24.8
22.9
22.2
25.9
25.6
24.1
22.8

25.7
23.3
22.7
26.3
25.9
24.3
23.3

26.2
23.5
23.0
27.1
26.5
24.3
24.3

26.2
23.6
23.2
27.1
26.8
24.4
24.4

25.5
22.9
23.1
26.7
26.1
23.9
24.2

26.C
23.:
23 .I
26.C
262

25.5
23.5
22.9
26.6
26.7
24.5
25.3

25.9
24.4
26.8
23.9
24.2
24.9
25.2
22.3

25.9
24.9
26.0
24.1
21.2
24.1
25.1
25.3
23.3

26.8
25.3
26.2
24.6
22.6
24.6
25.5
25.5
23.5

26.9
25.4
26.6
24.9
23.0
25.2
27.2
26.4
23.9

27.1
25.7
26.0
25.1
24.0
25.5
27.7
26.8
24.0

27.E
26.3
26.7
25.E
23.9
26.2
29.2
27.6
24.9

27.9
24.9
2;. '9
26.6
24.1
27.3
30.2
28.4

23.2
22.8
24.4
26.9

23.8
23.0
24.7
27.2

24.5
23.4
25.4
28.1

25.0
23.7
25.9
28.5

25.4
23.9
26.1
28.3

26.C
24.5
27.c
28.9

26.1
25.0
27.5
29.7

*r
U.2

2s.9
Z.6

27.1
31.0

30.4

22.8
26.8

22.9
28.4
22.3
26.4

24.7
29.0
22.7
27.0

24.9
29.3
22.5
27.1

25.2
29.8
22.9
28.2

26.3
S'J.3
23.6
28.4

2Z.B
30.::
23.4
2Y.Z

27.1
23r7

25.2

22.7
27.7
21.9
26.0

25.5
24.7
25.3
25.1
30.5
26.5
28.9
27.0

25.9
25.7
25.8
24.5
32.3
28.2
29.5
25.5

26.5
26.1
25.3
24.3
32.6
27.6
29.3
25.3

26.6
26.4
25.5
24.6
34.0
29.2
29.6
25.9

26.1
26.2
25.5
25.1
33.0
29.9
30.1
26.2

27.6
26.5
25.7
24.8
33.5
30.6
31.3
26.7

27.6
27.2
26.6
25.6
34.2
30.9
31.3
26.Y

28.2
28.4
27.5
25.7
33.4
50.8
31.5
26.8

2c.5

22.4
20.9
23.3
32.3
26.8

22.9
21.7
23.7
33.4
27.2

23.3
20.9
23.4
28.6
(27.6

24.3
22.0
24.8
(35.9
(29.2

24.3
22.6
24.5
(36.2:
(30.1:

23.2
23 .
I
24.0
(34.7
(30.2

23.e

21.1

21.6

21.9

23.4

23.7

21.0

21.1

23.6
30.1
(27.6)

23.9
(34.6,
(27.6:

.<

23.E
25.1

25.1

25.1
24rl
27.:
25.:
25,5

23.5
22.5
27.:
27.9
22.5
25.5

21.5

24.4
26.5
26.9
23.8
27.c
30.3
28.3
24.8
26.0

24 r

'

l

23.0
33.3

20.7

23.7
24.0
26.3
27.5
27.3
Z8.8
23.5

22.0
n
*d
r.d c

24.2
26.3
24.1

22.2
21.7
27.7

Z4,l

23,2
24.2
23 64
2Z.G
25.4

ZiZh
27.3
31.2

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28.1

23.3
27.6

27.6
2; ,5
28.4
34.5

32.1

31.1
23.4

Section 2. Natality - Characteristics: Tables

-

2 2. Live births by month: United States and each State, 1961-

--- ---- - ----------- --- -- ---- ---- ------ -- ---

2-6

2-3. Live birthsby month and color: United States and each State, 1961------------------------------------

2-7

2-4. Live births by specified race and sex: United States and each State, 1961------------------------------

2-9

2-5. Live births by plurality of birth and color: United States and each State, 1961--------------------------

2-10

2-6. Live births by birth weight, plurality of birth, color, and sex: United States, 1961----------------------

2-11

2-5'.

2-12

Live births by birth weight, age of mother, plurality of birth, and color: United States, 1961-------------

2-8. Live birth6 by birth weight and color: United States and each State, 1961------------------------------

2-14

2-9. Live births by month, age of mother, live-birth order, and color: United States, 1961-------------------

2-16

2-11. Live births by age of mother, live-birth order, color, and nativity of white mother: Each State, 1961-----

2-20

2-12. Live births by single year of age of mother, live-birth order, color, and nativity of white mother: United
States, 1961-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2-52

2-17, Live births by age of father, age of mother, sex of child, and color: United States, 1961-----------------

2-83

2-18. Live births by age of father, sex of child, and color: United States and each State, 1961-----------------

2-85

2-20, Illegitimate live births by live-birth order and color: 35 reporting States, 1961------------------------

2-101
2-1

SECTION 2 - NATALETY

2-3

Table .%I.

Live Births by State of Occurrence Distributed According to
State of Residence: United' Sfates and Each State, 1961

(Based on a 50-ru

n t samph

Unit of residence is defined as the count^ or coanty equivalent of which the mother was a resident)

.

BImE!m
5ta
births

Births t o

occunilq

Ln county

in

State

residents
,ccurEfllg
Of

residence

Intra-

Total

state

.

noncesidellts

c.

ffiiz

L,268,326

3,563,622

70#,704

8,894

80,096
7,502
36,644
41,454
380,856

11,202
6,934
34,864
33,816
352,916

. 1,7801

46,510
56,224
ll,876
33,576
ll5,678

29,802
50,790
10,9W
18,668
108,518

16,708
5,434
916
l4,9Q8
7,160

14&€
4388
440

101,640
17,518
16,736
234,646
ll2,818

75,776
17,508
13,518
205,530
94,448

25,864
7u
3,218
29,U6
18,310

2394
50
2366

64,156
48,312
72,886
89,030
24,036

49,214
39,404
56,070
60,906
20,476

69,228
ll7,970
191,804
86,380
59,998

101,188

568

1,638,
27,940

72

7,320
558
1372
5,554

27,120

2

.-.

34

4
I36
938

Eg

14,942
8,908
16,816
28,U4
3,560

12,464
6,662
13,062
26,992
2,456

2,418
2,246
3,754 ,
1,U2
1,104

2
2
50
34
10

46,296
94,026
160,054
65,064
50,262

22,932
23,944
31,750
21,316
9,736

19,,736
2~1,994
30,136
18,928
8,372

3,196
2,950
1,014
2,388
1,364

4
14

34,336
2,374
6,816
658
2,176

27,006
2906
5,712
406
1,056

1,330
168
1,104
252
1,120

24

17,196
34,428
8,092
13,426

66,852
14,822
27,552
7,434
11,250

130,326
29,496
364,076
u,712
16,310

106,542
26,546
329,498
95,172
u,424

23,784
2,950
34,578
15,940
4,946

22,260
2,332

6

30,178
14,476
3,870

1,524
618
4,400
1,464
1,076

229,014
50,264
31,736
242,312
19,330

194,916
41,656
31,730
199,288
15,542

34,098
8,608
6,006
43,024
3,188

30,704
7,850
4,984
36,926
2,140

3,394
758
1,022
6,098
1,648

59,192
11,530
83,774
245,662
26,114

52,532
12,092
70,118
222,530
22,786

1,260
5,438
13,056
23,132
3,928

5,808
4,632
9,332
21,620
3,332

1,452
806
3,724
1,512
596

9,166
91,458
64,982
40,004
98,198
8,446

7,660
47,832
58,656
30,176
83,202
7,652

1,506
43,626
6,326
9,828
14,996
794

994
41,292
5,438
6,506
13,064
530

512
2,334
888
3,322
1,932
264

___ -

ma.

:l&Z

4
40

14

10

'
4

14
20

38

2
14
10
2

12
26
126

4
2

418

22
2

12
6

216
2

2
2

12

158
4
2
16
2
6
22
114
4
22

4
4

2
2

2
288
4

2

2

12

92
50
20

16
4
18

2
10
4

2

22
2
314
6

4
28

184

32

2
8

30

2
_
.

8

f

2

2
2
6

500

2
40
2

12

14
104
12
14

e

8

52

4

4

2

18
2

4
6

60

4
2

40
12

224

1,494
10
2
2

20
16
22

2
2
6
2

682
2

2
2

84
8
10
208
2

42
4
46

10

2

8

14

2

6

8
2

10
16

46

2
2

4

26
2

4
24

70
2

2

2
8

12

10

34

12

24

4
134

4
2
58
18
6
4
12

12

6

46

38

30

360

16
6

18
32

4
6

4
2
382
196

24
14
24
56
46

2

6

8

70

152

32

136
8
2

12
2

2
36
20
2

- -

14
-

2

6
2

4
8
4
8

2

2

4

322

8

2

4

6

8

2

2
82

8

2

2
14

6

6

2
20
2

20

4

...2 ....
...
36
10

2

10

14
4
454
12
2

818
-

282

8

6
2

2

58

.674

6
18
114
6
20

2
38

4
2

Fla.

16
6
14
4

18

2

2
2

D.Q.

2

.4

8
6

Del.

... ...
12
4
1c
46
4
2
...
2
f
1E
...
2
2
E
2
...8

6

4
4

:ann.

- - - - - - L,134 .,570
602 .,742
514
- --- ?,720
2
22
14
462
8
2
2

1(

54
2

2,730
20 ,
65if ' 1
5,812
3,150

- -

Ark.

- 710
.-. ... 10
...4 ... 1444
e
9E
4
...

539,zaa

I

ldabo
-

State of reddeuce
- - - - - - -

204

2

4

6

2
32
62

2
2

4

24
10

4

2

12

6

76

4
58
4

6

12

8

2
36

-

-

10
8

2
-

2
94

18

2

282

6

4

2
20

-

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-4

2-1. Live Births by State of Occurrence Distributed According to
State of Residence: United States and Each State, 1961-Continued

Table
l

(Based

a 50-percent sample. Unit of residence is defined a s the county or county equivalent of which the mother was a resident)
B
R
I m TO NOmSIDENJS-Continued,

OF GCCUEZXCE

Interstate noaresidents-Continued.

.
Kans

End.

Ill.

. w.

6,608
2,626
3,922
2,302
1,862
-_
.

40

I8

12

8

32
4

6

2

10

6
2
6

2
78

2

-

2

10

4

6

4

22

20
4

340

4

6
2
14

6

. 6_

26
2

36

8

32
92

60

64

30

64

--

32
196
9,898

24

8

8

10

4
34

56

60

138

4
24

2

la

2
4

18
2
198

8

6

...4

710

10

16

20

10

-4

56

2
8

-

6

4
2

2

L16

34

4

4

32
20

8

2,266

86

204
4

8

6

630

8

24
4
2
34

...
12

2

6
6

2

2

578

38

24

6

3,290

4
6

6
4

4
2

14
2
22
16

la
8

68
14

...
lI.6
2

8

16
8
12

...
28
4

2
26
10
100

...2
2

4

230
2

80

16

14
14

4
14

10
...
4

18

30

74

2

2
6

6

6

26
22

56
2

4

4

168

828
2

2

2

6

2

14

2
8

2
12

2
10

26
2
36
4
2

10
130
6

8

8

2
6

6

28

552
2
2

10
152
2

6

6

28
2
2

12

8

2

2

752

12

208

10

134

14

252

2

l,OE4

_.

20

E

2

ma

4

84

2

10

36

6

c

34

224

4

20
76

4

22

2

6

4

2

4

2
54

530

4
30
104
4

,640

2

40
22
4

6

76
2

4

18

30

8

6

4
2

22
2

-

8

2

976
4

20

802

20

4

18

24

26

10
4

4
2

32
.l8

90
276
2
2

4
2

8

818

22
42

4
2

12

2

...

.,.22

6

2

40

4
2

28
2

.I.

6

4
6
2
4
12

2
4

2
56

2

4
20

12

12

88
2

440

6

8

2
36
14
2

2

2

a,.

2
2
78

2

4
2

8

12
4

e,,

2

760

6

6

6

...

8

2

4
2,436
16

d , ,

2

6

2
2

2

2

28

300

6

2

3,634

lo

20

12

18

2

E
10

E
2

18

z
E

2

2
2
4

2

92

4
504
8

22E
24

6

6

4

2
' 6

36

14
e4
2

728

8

2
56

2
--L

3E
4
18

8

8

2

2

4

6
2
492

2
2
6

4

18

52
8

4
10

6

6

6

-

30
4

4

6

6

8

538

4
12
6

2
12

4

20

6

302

... ...
2

20

56
2

108

940
12

2
4

-

122

2
410

4

12
12

12

6

2
310
10

8

10

2

2

.

64

2

16

IJ.
Hex,

6
6

138
582

6

6

28

4

48
2

2

2
28

6

114
2

4

30

54

2
10
2

2

2
6

2

-

2

2
.

4

10

-

8 -

6

2

2

2

4

.2
4
4
288

12

2

214

...88 ...4
10
20

186

2

2

4

236
34
32
38

-

8

18

2
2

2
14
134

2,362
2,120
980
--

,398
-

---uont.
Rebr. Kev.
N.H.
340 1,210
244
,E08 6,578
--

6

82

2

_
.

MO.

4

16

878

1,464
-

MSS.

16

10

... 1,042
...

620 ll,716

- -

Mch.

12

4

1,788

1,054
-

-

6

16

2

La.

8

28
26

2
2

State of residence-Continued

-

8

2

4

2
2

4
30

36

2

4
2

4
-4 - - - - -2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-5
~

Table 2-1. Live Births by State of Occurrence Distributed According to
State of Residence: United States1 and Each State, 1961-Continued

:

(Based on a 50-percent sample. Unit of residence is defined as the county or county equivalent of which the mother was a resident)

I

FXFSIiS To NOliRTSDRfi'S-C!on~inued

.

7-

Total
births
to

H.

N.C.

ihi0

31rla.

Dak.
--

residence-Continued

State of

-

- - - -

S.C.

)reg.

- - - - --

8.

Utah

6

32

4

6

8

4
2
8

2

1c

2

2

E

l€

4
602
14

3.86

6

E

62
668
6
26

44
2

4

82
4

52
2

36

2E

20

1

2
2

4

66

28

18

1c

14

98

26

92
6
2
8
76
42
48
8
248
14

6

2

12

38

8

6
56
16
6

2
26
2
4

2
64

2
16

34

2
2
6
2

,012
8

66
2

2
2

1c
34

4

12

2

2

2
42

64
10

4
282
16
20

2

12C
498
8
2
506
22
24

4
26
98
4
2
50
2
2

2
2
4
84

2

6
4

10
2

6

8
2

2

26

4

6

6

4
472
50

2

4

12
6

602

2
106

86
4
2
504

6

--

-4-

856

82
2

14
2

16

2
22

2

212

90
SS'I

10
2
2

10
2

44

-

2

14
4
510
26

8

46

12

26
8
4.

8

54
2
,978

4
4

8

L

2
2
2

I

2
8

-

588
-

-

8

-

12
2
2

6

2
2
6

12

28
20
8
2
4

2
4

24

14E

80

226

--

--

22

4

2

2

2
4
4
484

2
4

--

1,014
4

2
-

1,158

12

8

--

-

3 0
4

16
8
160

6

-

1. Va.

6

2
42

28

42

30

6
2
6
6

2
k,852
6

4

w.

wis.

10

2

E

2

6

2

48
2

92

2
4

8
102
12

4,268,326
80,690
7,564
36,906
40,944
381,606
44,652
57,120
11,854
20,372
ll6,656
100,584

10

18

678
18
4

28
76
320
22

4

6

2

14

4

4
2

68

ll0

4
4

156
2
114

4
2
10

2

2

32
2

12

172
14
18

356
2

6

.6

2

- -

4
4

12
6
8

718
38
6

314
10
18

12

16

2

8

60
2
6

4

26

12
2

12
4

2

6

48

14

8

2
4
2

4
4
2
4

4

2
4

54
6

474
2
4

80

4

44

6

16

814

4

4

2

34
2
2

... ...
4

e

2

2
12

...2 ...2 10
...
4
428
4

56

10
20
80

2
540

12

12

8

63,540
49,988
71,434
88,952
23,552

12

4

30
294

28
6
8
58

2

2
10
578
708

600

18

198
2
26

380
4
4

2
32

4
22

16,902
237,382
ll2,294

364

4

24

22

32

2

74

x1
14
22

4
2
4

16

10

12

4

36

2

8
2
4
238

2

28
2

252

2

6
8

432

-

4

ioe
10

...
- 866 ...6 ...

2

4

2

8

8
-

6

le

2

2

60
2
22
14

8

48
- 4

166

2
-

46

hnh.

2

E
74

4

4

54

.

17,616

-

6

306

E
43E
3E

248

2

... ...
... ...- 10
...

2
4

6
2

2

4
26

4

. . -

42

2
78

L

36

64

4

30

--

20

292

6

2
22

6
282

2
2

190
40
4
14
4

10
2

4

...
16
... ...

56
8
12
14

Il2

204

2

14

10

4
14
404

22

vn

residents

_
.

14

14
2
4

vt.

- - - 2,352
34f
962
732 1,930
2,12E
378
- - - - ---

Dslr.
- L,590
91E
--

1,632
1,272
1,546
824
.
,
a
-- - - -

-

- -

-

2

780
2

2
2
4

4
2
2

16
2
2
2
2
570
2

14
2
4
2

90

26
2
10
2

... ...

2

-

2

6

_
.

2

77,748
ll6,484
193,152
86,112
59,614
97,056
17,368
34,534
8,084
13,914

135,380
29,942
362 520
lll:880
16,566
229,920
51,052
37 538
240:270
18,370
59.930
17;642
82,248
246,444
26,466
9,386
97,054
65,056
39,034
96,394
8,560

... -

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-6

Table 2-2.

-- lk

Lve Births by Month:United States and Each State, 1961
-

%yplace of occurri

:e. Based on a 50-percent sampl,

,268,326

Z7,SOZ

80,096
7.502
36i644
41,454

!353,286

11

380,856,

6,930
626

3,222
3,590
30,778

46,510
56,224
ll,876
33,576
-,I578

10,122

101,640
17,578
16 736
234:646
u2,818

8,762
1,488
1296
19:318
9,392

3,654
4,454
1,008
2,728

86,330
59,998

5,772
9,448
15,678
6,890
5,248

541,990
6,158

6,340
582
2,830
3,306
28,$l6

3,476
4,424
956
2,510
9,178

3>aso
4,882

1
1
3,680

4,610

946

2 850
19:296
984

7,7w
1,252

2,610
8,104

590
2 946
3:148
31,240
3,978
4,736
932
2,694
8,246

8,812

5,576
4 126
6:192
6,814
2,IX

8,352
1528

2,618

3:026

614
988

1,176

5 9 6
3,628
5,750
5,772
2,126

668

10,414
’2,592
29,308
9,318
1,336

10 094

18:496
1,242

10 892
2:454
31 168
9:442
1,436

229,014
50,264
37,736
242,312
19,330

18,950
4,160
2,998
20,312
1,570

17,828
3,834
2,788
18,666
1,476

19,760
4,066
3,306
20,776
1,676

18,604
3 688

59,792
17,530
83,774
245,662
26,714

5,258
1,418
7 182
21:254
2,072

4,680
1,286

4,406

18,972

4,928
1,468
7,108
19,562

17,586

2,046

2,282

2,228

9 166

662

91:458
64,982
40 004
98:198
8,446

7,564
5,004
3,314
7,868
696

762
6,972
4,930
3,128
7,646

894
7,628
5,682
3,394
8,678
748

750
7,126
5,508
3,230
8,114

6,284

666

8,744
1,534
1,436
20,406
9,896

3:238
19,900
1,550
1,358
6,440

668
I

9,432
1460
1:470
21,300

:%I

4,198
4 688
1:066
2 962

u:cso

9,334
1586
1:470
20,874
9,828

4,026
4,820
976
2 854
i0:916

4 998
3’750
St752

5 596

8 034

2:066

2:040

8:694
2,156

8’502
2:078

8 030
1:944

6,E81
9,982
16.300

6,0181
10,132
16.136

3:078
7%

9 126
1’492
3:u2
730

8 870
1’470
3:022
726

1,226

7,938
1478
2:770
674

6 l96l
6 0741
10’138 10’368

161844

8 958
1’486
2:992
694
1,102

161952

9 380
1’558

1,206

1,138

1,132

10 710
2:576
30 646
8:714
1,462

12:4561
1458

Uz.:6%
E . ~ oU~
2:5521
E94

U 084

31 992
10:152
1,460

31 992
10:328
1,454

31 322
lO:WJ8
1,390

BO 556

18,978
3,678
3,330
20,044
1,624

18,308
3 896
3:246
19,532
1,564

19,988
4 356
3:280
21,222
1,732

20,604
4 5 s
3:376
21 422
1:738

19 734
4,570
3’064
21:096
1,666

19,400
4,658
3 114
20:630

4,468
1,418
6 314
18:ZZZ
2,410

4,722
1,458
6 488
18:604
2,342

748
7,162
5,708
3,290
8,064
746

776
7,152
5 612
3:278
7,806
748

750
8,324
5 324
3’506
8:642
674

18 166

10 634

~

lig%l

10 806
2:426
30 972
8:786
1,368

846
8,394
5 668
3:662
8,642
762

10:o:c

3 ,
4,506
378
2 E12
ioi270

9,758

1,102

792
8,164
5 502
3:470
8,606
710

4,438
972
2 712

20:516

5,684

10,182

3,c~o

8,908
1,620
1466

5 898

620

8:466
1,298

1:074
3 092
io:636

5 572
4’342
6:4861

2:600

29 816

3,036
9,434

4,040
5 0lZ

4,872
3 766
5’728
6’550

7,834
1370

10 602
2:360

1:050

8,698

6 020
2:040

7,670
1,368
2,692
608
1,064

130,326
29,496
364,076
m,7lZ
16,370

2:zoz

8354
1380
1’500

5,488
1o,cQ2
15 610
6’ 820
4:63C

1,228

28 lO6

4,106
4 914

9,062

5,316
8,894
14,858
6,674
4,766
7,718

3,978
4,700
934
2,716
8,372

1a:zzs

17,900
5,070
3,804
5,638
6 964
1:702

69,228
U7,970
l91,804

-

-

1,388

1,626

776
7,948
5 470
3’352
8:274
732

43386

2,910

4,450
3:Gefi

19 504
1:478

13 408

4,698
1,328
6 844

5,012
1484
7:lOS

20:870
2,140

21
2:WA
114

726
7,458
5 070
3’126
7:888
664

E84
7,566
5 504
3:254
7,670
632

1:E3l

I

. .

I

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

0 ab le 2-3. Live

. '2-7

,

Births by Month and Color: United States and Each State,
' 1961
.efer only to birth

Unit
-

:turn

7.

:ent sample)

?

Feb

Apr.

N Y

-

341,990 373,52

385,484 377,621

289,882 312,91
52,108 60,60

523,968 318,1&
61,516 59,W

6,35
3,a
2,53

6,6t
4,2:

285,e:

49,2E

7,564
5,090
2,474

63
41'

581

6?

401

44

22

111

S

6C
42
17

.2,9i
2,5c
45
3,3c

2,821

2,37>
45
3,291
2,27
1,02

381,606
337,686
43,920

3484
21,21
3,62

44,652
42,902
1,750

3,471
3,34

131

28&9

25, 01
3,171

3,341
3,231

u
t

68(

E41

4%
24t

44t

2,s
2,38
46

2,80
2,37
42

2,964
2,510
454

3J6:

3,311
2,79t
51t

3,27f

3,Ol

2, Fix

2,60

50:

3,480
2,954
526

2,94
2,09

3,ll6

2,2t

2,89
2,oc

3,820
2,724
1,096

3,77C
2,106
1,07i

31,51
27,8$
3,61

30,lC
26,7C
3,39

3,69
3,53
15

3,53
3,39
13

1,o:

98

1,22f

U6,656

10,20

9,s

85,850
30,806

7,2@
2,941

6,720
4,160
2,560
630
422

6%

951
771

1,412
43t
1,034

6,6E

460
204

1,018

1,711
48:

6,871
4,391
2,411

6M

u,854
9,474
20,372
6,140
14,232

298,392
56,006

38f

495
4,56

la

1,5&
4,86
2,681

392,2i
54,2€

594
412
182

39
81

17

85

2,16
66

7J.l
2,661

1,548
4,682
2,866

DeC.

512,93*
57,181

43
23

4,471
4J4
33.

82:

:z

Nov

- 570,U8
546,5:
354,398
- -

7,16*
4,45
2,lX

4,48
4,151
32

19:

5931
3,61
2,2C

291,6i
50,7:

Oct.

6,222
3,930
2,292

57,120
52,846
4,274

2,330

Sept.

304,a
55,5(

6,91
4.73
2,73

1

Aug.

215,37
52,u
80,690
50,600
30,WO

3,24
2,71
53

July

360,3(
335,li
342,4c
- -327,50

36,906
31,238
5,668

June

- - _
.

I

19f

4, 28
2,4c
61
40
21

208

464

47

2,928
2,558
370

3,74t
2,68(
1,06E

3,40
2,43
91

3,486
2,554
932

954

3,634
2,49r
1&4(

31,s

31,312
27,670
3,642

33,261
29,46:
3,80:

33,914
30,030
3,884

33,88E
29,92f
3,96(

33,251
29,41(
3,781

31,48
27,76
3,71

32,486

3,85

3,816
3,644
172

3,904
3,76t
13E

3,842
3,612
170

4,054
3,91C

3,86C
3,712
148

3,50
3,378
12

3,778
3,610
168

5,130
4,668
462

4,784
4,432

4,91E
4,574
342

4,54
4,16
38

4,578
4,228
350

81E
2N

1,064
852

868

968
760

991
7D

982
762

212

204

208

211

220

1,868

1,782

1,132
512

1,24@

1,754
558
1,196

1,671
521

1,322

1,882
556
1,326

1,151

1,220

10,190
7,868
2,922

U,198

u,ozs

10,09s

6,486
1,962

9,528
6,868
2,658

2,976

8,090
2,938

2,593

10,340
7,422
2,918

85

21,72
3,63
3,71

14

=

2,152

4,68
4,37
31

4,
4,45
36

4,766
4,502
264

4,98(
4,58E
394

95
13
22

93

920
752
168

1,01€

74
191
1,518
411

1,644
522
1,122

144

351

1,072

28,800

3,686

1,75

l,58

48
l,Z6

1,071

8,151
6,17
1,971

8,3@
6,29,

2,531

9,s
6,97
2,37

7,631
.4,991
2,6S

8,032
5,148
2,884

8,64C
5,468
3,174

9,330
6,008
3,322

9,238
5,944
3,294

8,790
5,718
3,012

8,191
5,261
2,92:

8,466
5,390
3,076

6,68(

511

2,011

8,448

544

534

8,222

1,5M

100,584
64,368
36,226

8,661

5,42f
3,ZM

7,634
4,694
2,94(

8,36
5,33
3,03

1,601
4,9u

17,616
5,418

1,491
46:
1,02f

1,254
39E

1,51
51

1,38
391
99

1,401
421
97.

1,374
428
946

1,532
43c
1,102

1,472
434
1,033

1,594
508
1,086

1,624
478
1,146

1,441
451
991

1,538
500
1,038

1,341
1,331

1,491
1,471

1,518
1,489
34

1,454
1,426

1,486
1,440
46

1,464
1,432
32

1,470
1,442

1,281

28

2:

1,408
1,394
14

12,198

16,902

85t

1,m

1,oo

316

1,30:
1,27f
2f

237,382
198,088
39,294

19,496
16,012
3,424

18,U4

20,25(

1s,066

16,88t

3,048

3,364

112,294
103,044
9,250

9,3&
8,502
860

8,748
7,992
756

63 540
62:486
1,ffiC

5,184
5,=4
70

5,002
4,920

49,988
46,748
3,240

4,026
3,760
266

ll,434
65,300

6,088

16,588

1,16€

1f

1,1944

2,681

1

21

L8,946
L5,904
3,044

18,89E
15, 78f
3,uc

3,56(
8,761
791

8,98C

8,918

8,652

8,22i

70C

696

7,932
720

5,564
5,491
I1

5,072
4,988

4,924
4,826

4,856
4,768

98

88

3,946
3,692
254

4,26E
4,

3,76C
3,5m

26E

26C

3,894
3,648
246

6,lCf
5,592
514

5,638
5,240
396

82

8,28C

e€

28

1,26f

18,414 20,662
15,536 17,150
2,938
3,512

22,586
18,108
3,478

zL,072
17,648
3,424

?0,778
.1,386
3,392

L9,36C
.6,032
3,328

19,746
16,514
3,232

9,910
9,108
802

10,088
9,274
814

9,816
9,034

812

9,692
8,942
750

9,362
8,598
764

9,206
8,422
784

5,498
5,392
106

5,834
5,730
lop

5,610
5,510
100

5,514
5,412
102

5,22c

5,262
5,184
78

3,664
218

4,556
4,222
334

4,414
4,192
282

4,404
4,126
278

4,454
4,132
322

4,
3,828
256

4,240
3,984

5,698
5,234
464

5,644
5,134
510

6,350
5,796
554

6,356
5,806.
552

8,322
5,734

6,116
5,616
500

5,806
5,286
520

5,726
5,224
502

5,918
3,806
2,172

6,552

8,066

8,500

8,082

4,002
2,550

4,778
3,288

8,732
5,3,578

5,268
3,232

4,934
3,148

7,620
4,686
2,934

7,948
4,792
3,156

1,938
1,918
20

1,e l 2
1,802
10

1,834
1,802
32

3,882

5,152
68

256

6,134

5,572
516

5,526
5,008
518

88,952
53,996
34,956

7,984
4,788
3,196

6,966
4,138
2,828

6,774
4,082
2,692

5,750
3,568

33,552

23,222
330

1,964
1,940
24

1,618
1,654
24

2,064
2,024

2,086
2,058
28

2,014
1,918
36

2,020
1,996
24

1,996
1,956
40

2,090
2,010

2,056

40

20

32

77,748
60,310
11,438

6,386
4,810
1,516

6,016
4,684
1,332

6,498
5,082
1,416

6,020
4,748
1,272

6,246
4,776
1,410

6,150

4,800
1,350

6,992
5,382
1,610

6,868
5,346
1,522

1,528

5,444

6,754
5,232
1,522

6,324
4,882
1,442

6,522
5,064
1,458

U6,484
m,102
4,382

9,304
9,020
284

8,728
8,420
308

.0,258

9,636
9,332
304

9,864
9,500

9,868 10,034
9,488
9,598
380
436

.0,250
9,828
422

9,878
9,482
396

9,988
9,560
428

9,162
8,826
336

9,514
9,138
376

193,152
171,832
21,320

15,776
13,980
1,196

.4,980

8,800
.4,908
1,892

5,860
4,124
1,736

16,298
14,564
1,734

15,716

1,774

!l,W 16,444
5,260 14,100
1,826
1,744

6,246
4,522
1,724

5,480
3,788
1,692

15,552
13,900
1,652

86,lJ.Z
8p1498
1,614

si874
6,7lO

6,656
6,538

7,680
1,522

6,956
6,808
148

7,m4
6,922

6,810
6,676

7,436
7,282
I54

7,320
1,194
126

7,150
7,024

1,190
7,084

126

106

164

3,206

UB

9,910
348

158

2,182

364

3-32

13,888

1,828

134

16,914
14,992
1,922
7,526
7,412
u 4

588

2,024

6,972

7,460
7,326
134

I

2-8

.

Table 2-3.‘ Live

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Births by Month and Color’: United- States and Each State,
1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Dat

‘feronly to births

curring within
Feb

AREA AND COLOR

.

Diu.

-

Unitf Itates. ased on a 50-percent sa l e )
- - 71 act .
Des.
W
May
-I
- AW.

rune

APT.

d

7:314
1,230

17,368
16,025

1438
1:320

1 232

1542
1:414

1,348

118

1,390
1,294
96

1,380
3,278
102

1,500
1,386
114

1,494
1,364
130

2,586
2,464
122

2,782
2,656
126

620
544
76

674
590
84

140
670
584
86

604
520
84

652

622

584

559

68

72

13 914

1170
1z162
8

101c

13:854
60

135,380
ll6,692
18,688

362,520
313,314
49,206
76,850

35,030
16,566

L5,886
680

1 178

1 072

1 1E4

1:174
4

I:OEC

1:150
G

4

1,480
9,978

10,850

io,m

9,378
1,472

8,256

2 6W
2:300
300

2,450
282

2 444
2i170
2E8

1182
1:178
4

74

2,244
2,016
22€

2,508
2,224
284

2,398
2,128
270

!8,02€

io, 974

34,36€
3,661

!6 942
4:032

!9,694
!5,946
3,746

30,612
26 780
4:032

30,486
26,276
4,210

31,870
27,334
4,536

31,872
27,534
4,338

31,212
$6,918
4,294

i0,378
!6,228
4,150

28,796
24 854
3:942

29,178
25 tC4
4:u4

9,366
6,312
3,054

8 494
5:79€
2,69€

9 468
6’548
2:91€

8,496
5,870
2,626

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5‘992
2:768

8,730

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1 0 332
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10,030

2,646

9,824
6,826
2,938

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2,796

0,274
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678,

4,646
3,974
672

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31958
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2,788
2,696
92

3,290
3,156

3 210
31094
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3,308
3,194
114

3%

3 256
3:164
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3,346
3,236

3,058
2,936

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6,456
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17’278
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592
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9,594
1,418

1:OfX
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566

240,270
214,614
25,656

728
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670

634

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1,384
9,896
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29,220
25,072
4,148

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1,126

2,440
2,194
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1,352

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9,190
1,578

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592
92

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1,026

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992

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2,736
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120

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2,682

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2,134

34,534
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2,058
2,320

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2,650

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2:600

7:026
1,226

4,844
2,328

5,458
2,402
3,056

5,200
2,300
2,900

2,500

5,220

5,436
2,470
2,966

59,614
27,464
32,150

134
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2,084

1 402

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297€
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17,642
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2,2l€

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2,164

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6,598
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332

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2,87L
17f

3,35c
3,181

3,14€
3,OZE
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3,194
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161

150

160

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67L
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764
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664
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766
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34

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3:140
2,088

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21072

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2 1 190
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350
646
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8,354
6,380
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5,496
5,196
300
3,332
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184
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362
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4,760
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262

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-

SECTION 2 - NATALITY
Table 2-4. Live Births by

2-9

Specified Race and Sex: United States and Each State,
‘1961

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurri

mR
R
m

m5

within the United States. Based on a 50-percent 8ar

INDIAN

NEORO

-

-

emale

Male

Female

1,268,326

2,186,274

2,082,052

1,848,794

1,752,070

80,690
7,564
36,906
40,944
381,606

41,394
3,808
18,896
21,048
195,696

39,296
3,756
18,010
19,896
185,910

26,122
2,570
15,996
14,794
173,312

24,478
2,520
15,242
13,998
164,374

15,228
120
854
6,224
15,910

804

318
1,934

2
392
1,872

5,870
15,390

8
868

864

44,652
57,120

21,650
27,982
5,716
10,058
56,578

22,U8
27,000
4,938
3,176
44,518

20,784
25,846
4,536
2,964
41,334

652
2,074
1,186
7,046
15,428

674
2,076
1,156
6,984
15,124

100

20,372
ll6,656

23,002
29,138
6,138
10,314
60,078

100,584
17,618
16,902
237,382
ll2,294

51,426
9,128
8,586
120,880
57,552

49,158
8,488
8,316
ll6,502
54,742

33,330
2,796
8,434

18,030

52,842

31,038
2,622
8,152
96,940
50,202

10
19,164
4,834

18,060
114
26
19,076
4,476

63,540
49,988
71,434
88,952
23,552

32,300
25,674
36,432
45,360
12,072

31,240
24,314
35,002
43,592
&480

31,764
24,082
33,258
27,780
ll,902

30,722
22,666
32,042
26,216
ll,320

460
1,420
3,120
17,482
E2

77,748
ll6,484
193,152
86,ll2
59,614

39,994
59,824
98,844
43,880
30,382

37,754
56,660
94,308
42,232
29,232

31,186
57,63C
88,llC
43,OSC
14,2OE

29,124
54,472
83,722
41,448
13,258

97,056
17,368
34,534
8,084
13,914

49Ja92
8,914
17,576
4,126
6,944

47,164
8,454
16,958
3,958
6,970

43,078
8,19C
15,788
3,63E
6,93C

135,380
29,942
362,520
16,566

69,518
15,232
185,440
57,774
8,602

65,862
14,710
177,083
54,106
7,964

229,920
51,052
37,538
240,270
18,370

ll7,448
26,156
19,320
122,936
9,516

m,472
24,896
D3,218
ll7,364

59,930
17,642
82,248
246,444
26,466

30 932
9:u6
42,226
125,962
13,552

9,386
97,054
65,056
39,034
98,394
8,560

4,734
50,176
33,442
20,22c
50,172
4,532

lll,WO

Female

Male

Female

=,-

---71,

-

--- i
6,540
6,094
8,382
7,738
308,6oO 302,472
10,798
3,160
3,012
1
0
,
6
6
6
- -Male

Male

Total

14,790
132

6

6

6

82
8
2
14

We

emale

2
4
56
10
1,320

2
40
8
1,276

8

8

18

We

‘emale

20
14
28
4
2,430

16
26
26
10
2,264

58
14

50
16
12
18
36

Male

‘emale

16
’782
28
8

1,856
66

26
2
54
38

10

2684
26
4
1,742
52
32

38

8

4
2
34
14

12
90
104

4
26
92
86
6

4
378
4
86
12

28
2,016
36
222
38

26
1,774
34

8

10
426
4
120
14

442
1,478
2,906
17,278
70

34
58
2
26
30

34

8
10

2
62
28

12
12
2

20
4

8
6

24
66
22
26
36

16

80

8,634
1,984
10,444
366
16,098

8,442
1,970
10,318
368
15,894

24
26
92
376
56

32
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54
46
70
34
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58
46
12

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40,746
7,830
16,160
3,474
6,924

6,720
34
632
328

20
654
ll2

26
14
16
30

2

2

36
20
20
6
2

30

8
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14
4
4
2

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e

6,320
34
644
316
26

60,134
13,554
160,751
39,918
8,264

56,558
13,036
152,562
36,932
7,622

9,160
344
23,666
17,054
38

48

50
4
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92
38
136
64
14

66
30
150
62
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76
26
174
38

62
12
142
36
2

105,29c
22,421
18,654
109,88€
9,wE

100,288
121 396
17:594
104,726

48

62
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28,998
8,526
40,022

18,W
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120,482

107,3l€
13,2e

12,914
4,652
46,878
31,614
18,814
48,222
4,028

101,148

33,02(

4,724

37,9@
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484%
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318
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142
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9,124
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23,564
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696
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692
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ll,966
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12,768
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12,014
2,266
296
12,364
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28
1,180
232
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1,180
192
20
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16,728
7,840
31,000
101,978
12,589

12,882

12,224
20
8,982
18,194

16

10
648
6
74
190

4,644
35,170
29,712
17,854
46,348
3,868

4

8,480

1E
9,16C
18,294
68
12,06€
868
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1,641
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64

4
ll,564

818
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1,590
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656
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160

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494
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44
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2
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64
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18
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88

254

220
94

2
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88

8

‘Includen 126 births t o Aleuts and 612 births t o Eskimos. (In addition, there vere 38 births t o Aleuts and Eskimos residing i n other
s
i n other
(In addition, there vere 38 births to Aleuts and F s ~ o residing
“ I U d U d C S 132 births t o Aleuts and 514 births to Pslrimos.
‘Includes 2,498 births to BaVaiian.5 and Part-Bawaiiana. (In addition, there vere 336 births to Havaiians and F’nrt-Hawaiians residing
‘Includes 2,424 birthe t o Hnvaiiane and F%rt-IEavaiiann. (In addition, there vere 336 births to Havaiians and Part-Hawaiiann residing
‘An eatimtd 100 births for this State were emneounly CIEseified an white instead of Indian.

52

I1

3c

31

52
44

68
E

W8

24
46
32
22
22

60
34

18
18
12
14

66

4

4

18

12
51
12

18
142
42

ll8
44

2

2

6

2
24
444

8
8

E
102

3c
26C

1c

3E

1c
8

States.)
States.)
i n other States.)
i n other States.)

18

10
10

60

264
4
42
12

8

44
32

20
‘3,762
12
122
16

26
43,574

10
38
30
26
18

14
32

70
58
86
36

8

18
60
136
24
16
4
12
70
12
2
58
256
2
32
8

8

96
22

18
6
34
66

74
56
50
4
16

24
12
2

48
20’
54
120
18

14
8

12

66
24
2
60

222
4
12
2

-

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-10

Table 2-5. Live-Births by[Plurality of Birth

and Color: United States and Each State,

11961
ly place of residence. Data refer

to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent s a
SINGLE LIVE

ALLLIVEBmcEs

Total
4,268,326

Nonwhite

White

3,600,864

667,462

%tal

II

mite

4II
4 l.82 226

LIVE B I R T B IN

BIREB

3,532.510

649.716

1

84,926

I

lWIN DECJvERIEc;

Total

67,442

17,484

760
ll8
618
516
6,604

876
236
452
2,310

822
976
168
136
1,510

68
316
800

35,256
nr,992 '
314
38,312
6,976

1,976
292
3w
4,360
2476

1,028
92
298
3,398
1,902

948
200
2
962
274

61,166
45,!3I8
E4,020
52,960
22,734

1,018
3,=
5,938
33,928
322

1,324
916

1,290

1,454

1,262
1,030

34
98
192

1,018

482

8

76,222
ll4,428
188,856
84,392
58,120

59,248
llOJ36
168,162
82,820
26,962

16,974
4,292
20,694
1,572
31,158

1,512
2,028
4,224
1,696
1,442

1,054
1,942

458
86

3,6.lO

1,656
490

614
40
952

60

95,078
17,054
33,876
7,892
13,638

82,216
15,734
32,320
6,960
13,580

12,862
1,320
1,556
932
58

1,960
306
652
192
272

1,590
278
622
150
270

116,692
26,590
313,314
76,850
15,886

18,688

132,736

3,352
49,206
35,030
680

109,586
16,214

ll4,530
26,108
307,188
75,526
15,558

18,206
3,300
47,962
54,060
656

2,602
532
7,272
2,254
348

2440
480
6,046 '
1,298
324

229,920
51,052
37,538
240,270
18,370

205,578
43,818
36,248
214,614
17,618

24,342
7,234
1,290
25,656
752

225,100
50,054
36,880
235,308
17,984

201,478
43,030
35,616
210,312
17,246

23,622
7,024
1,264
24,996
738

4,748
986
658
4,882
382

4,036
780
632
4,230

59,930
17,642
82,248
246,444
26,466

34,728
16,270
64,020
209,294
25,846

28,202
1,372
18,228
37,150
623

58,760
17,324

24,838
1,350
17,724
36,162
608

1-51

241,762
26,018

34,222
15,974
62,WO
205,600
25&lO

9,386
97,054
65,056
39,034
98,394
8,560

9,368
73,15€
61,238
37,104

9,214
95,026
63,832
38,148
96,338
8,400

9,196
71,788
60,102
36,294
92,566
8,098

18
23,238

28,792
337,686

30,090
2,474
5,668
12,152
43,920

79,192
7,396
36,172
40,034
373,830

49,838
4,970
30,608
28,270
330,990

Y,764
42,840

44,652
57,120
11,854
20,372
ll6,656

42,902
52,846
9,474
6,140
85,850

1,750
4,274
2,380
14,232
30,806

43,768
55,994
11,614
19,918
44,306

42,072
51,856
9,302
6,W
84,508

1,696
4,138
2,312
13,914
29,998

lD0,584
17,616
16,902
237,382
y2,294

64,368
8,418
16,586
198,088
103,044

36,216
12,198
316
39,294
9,250

98,584
17,318
16,602
232,950
110,100

63,328
5,326
16,288
194,63&
101,l24

63,540
49,988
71,434
88,952
23,552

62,486
46,748
65,SW
53,996
23,222

1,054
3,240
6,134
34,956

333

62,184
49,060
69,958
86,888
23,056

77,748
ll6,484
193,152
' 86,llZ
59,614

60,310
L22,102
171,832
84,498
27,464

17,438
4,382
21,320
1,614
32,150

97,056
17,368
34,534
8,084
13,914

83,824
16,020
32,948
7,llO
13,854

13,232
1,348
1,586
974

135,380
29,942
362,520
lll,880
16,566

50,5W
8,090
31,238

94,54C

a,=

--

.

18
23,896
3,818
1,930
3,854
306

. .

80,554

29,354

3,zm
1,854
qmz

1,106

2,048
490

3I2

1,700
4,626
448

ffl8

568

496
294

1,204
3,646
436
172
1,362

,

i

;

302.

1,174

Nonwhite

912

,

262

.-

1,494
166
722
892
7,672

80,690
7,564
36,906
40,944
381,606

miter

1,llo

800
1,942
156

-

734
48
104
376
1,068

4
2
12
18
104

2
2
12

z

6

12

32

I2

-

54

8

8

130

20
4
2
40

14
4

6

32

8

24

12

12

26

18

52
18

32
12
22

30
12
18

2

16

G

10

6

6

14
28
72
24
52

24
EO
22
12

370
28
30
42
2

18

18

8

8

c

6

72

z

8

4

E
4

1Z
7.
40

6

G

4

4

462
52
1,226
956
24

42
2
98
40
4

22

712
206
26
652
14

72
12

64

E

8

4

80
4

72
4

8

658
18
496
983
12

16

10

c

6
14
56

2
E
48

4
5

654
88
76
ll2
4

12
26
10
32

eo

2
80

1&

26

I4

4

8

ZE
10
32

8

4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-11

'

'Table 2-6. Live Births by,Birth Weight, Plurality of Birth, Color, and Sex:
'

United States, 1961 -

\

(Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample)
BIELE lli?Z&
PL%MZ'l'Y OF BIm, COLOR, AND 8 M

1)

or less

2,

wo

S-

2,0012,500

S-

2,5013, wo
S-

3,0013,500

s-

3,5014,000
Brama

4,0014,500
Brams

7,174
2

13,906
528

196,650

38,35€

5,038

7,378

196,494
154
2

38,33(
2€

5,036
2

7,112
260
6

ll3,160

18,24E

2,138

7,074

ll3,082

18,24C

2,138

6,794
268
12

632,046

6.178

10,348

611,514
20,426
106

6,176
2

10,004
330
14

1,125,184

309,810

19,OlC
3,764
172

22,134
4,772
222

50,266
ll,574
356

195,160
25,276
260

775,808 1,609,642 1,122,980
24,836
1 1 , 722
10~
2,20:/
ll8

309,576

2,186,274

12,OZE

13,856

30,596

99,052

351,484

795,700

636,136

2,142,960
42,760
554

10,04f
1,904
7E

11,436
2,338
82

24,856
5,566
174

87,200
11,716
136

338,642
12,776

789,016
6,676
8

634,792
1,342
2

2,082,052

10, 91E

13,272

31,600

121,644

449,278

825,674

489,048

8,964
1,86C
94

10,698
2,434
140

25,410
6,008
182

107,960
13,560
124

437,166
12,060
52

820,626
5,0341
14

488,188

19,588
-

45,582

165,090

15,962
3,468
158

36,462
8,848
272

145,236
19,646
208

-IF
1,848,794
1,814,342
34,038
414

649,716
17,484
262

1
1)

328,618
8,722
140

66

8,750

10,128

22,660

74,382

275,984

7,308
1,392
50

8,414
1,664
50

18,240
4,284
136

65,156

265,484
10,442

9,460

22,922

90,708

7,548
1,804
108

18,222
4,564
136

7,540

6,172
1,304
64

2,738
512
28

23;

1

E

4,392

5,384

14

4,390
2

5,228
152

101,944

15,596

1,786

4,964

435,784
714
2

101,886
58

15,592

1,786

4,776
178

-

247,190

123,962

29,370

6,842

164,294
4,410
12

245,430
1,758
2

123,630
332

29,330
40

24,670

75,500

125,968

71,414

22,044
2,596
30

73,158
2,334
8

124,970
996
2

71,226
188

121,222

52,548

ll,2l6

34,15C

356,062

704,452

436,500

80,080
10,526
102

346,030
9,984
48

700,166
4,272
14

16,614

55,605

168,716

13,804
2,726
84

49,924
5,630
52

3,728

7,936

3,022
674
32

6,616
1,2EB
38

9,120
106

58

329,982

3,242

3,812

8,678

30,936

93,216

2,666

3,150
630
32

7,188
1,444
46

27,880
3,034
22

91,136
2,076

aEqniw.lents of the gnun weights in t e r n of pound6 ana Duces are ea follars:
1,000 gram o r less E 2 lb. 3 O Z . or less
3,W1-31500 grams
1,001-1,500 grama = 2 lb. 4 02.
3 lb. 4 02.
3,5014,000 grame
1,501-2,OW slams
3 lb. 5 02.
4 lh. 6 02.
*,001-4,500 grams
2,001-2,500 g= 4 lh. 7 O Z . 5 lb. E 02.
4,501-5,000 grama
2,501-3,Mx) grams = 5 lb. 9 02.
6 lb. 9 02.
5,001 grams o r mre

--

41

lh. 10 0 2 .
7 lb. 11OZ.
lb. 1 2 02.
8 lb. 13 02.
lb. 1 4 02.
9 lb. 14 O Z .
lb. 15 oz.
U lh. 0 02.
= U lb. 1 OZ. or more

=6

=7
=8
=9

14,452

18

563,566
178,360
1,~;l
1341

321 098
8:762/1
122

560
16

1,621,374

664,046
5,6801

5,404
1,072
44

Not
stated

56,57(
31

800,762

/j

-

-

220,696

2,039 266
42:166
620

5,001
Swre

ir

7,176
-

62,196

I/

4,5015,000
S=

56,60i

27,12E
-

4,182,226
84,926
1,174

---

1,501-

22,94f

4,268,326

Dingle live births-.-------------------------Live births in M n deliveries---------------Live births i n other plural deliveries--------

1,0011,500
S-

4.

4

10

-998

4,104

6,828
14

998

3,902
198
4

18,154

4,192

646

1,994

18,134
20

4,180
12

646

1,884
108
2

2,650

352

2,110

352

2,018
90
2

.

2-12

,

y-

Table2-7.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Live Births by Birth Weight, Age of Mother, Plurality of Bii-th, and
Color: United States,
.,.. !1961

i(Data refer only to births Occur

~

$within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Figures for age of mother not stated are distributed)

I
1,501-

1,0011,500

2,000
8-

-

2,0012,500

2,5013,030

3,0013,500

3,5014,000

4,500

8-

8-

8-

8-

g
-

Lwm
- -

309,810

---

--8-

27,128
-

677,264

132
4,038
7,082
5,404
3,834
1,934
478
36

148
5,418
8,750
5,808
4,022
2,316
632
34

62,196
220,696
800,762
250
ll,524
19,628
13,836
9,638
5,614
1,592
114

16,426

19,588

4,5015,000

4,001-

621,374 .J25,184
-

166
29,800
92,664
83,366
59,230
34,250
9,746
570

34

632,046

374,184

1,003,222

584
90,628
223,608
159,030
95,960
48,962
12,534
728

1,110
188,448
490,654
353,772

2,308

2,660

38,024
71,444
51,546
34,116

129,712
279,808
195,170
117,626

19,152

' 60,208

5,386
272
6

15,250

236,716
571,242
4ll,710
244,170
122,024
31,162

860

1,656

20

45,582

165,090
210
24,998
53,870
40,012
26,448
15,064
4,280

280,440

49,760

6,178

10,348

121,806
337,530
263,302
166,818
87,066
22,894
1,162
28

92
26,148
85,336
75,680
53,106
30,300
8,672
494
12

8
3,420

248
1,170
1,590

16
1,576
3,280
2,496
1,692

123,961

29,370

6,842

998

55E

4

54

17,958
36,734
31,46€
21,428
12,19€
3,384
218

12
E42
1,306
1,686
1,538
1,084

5G

782
1,252

4

12

7,540

15,614

55,606

168,716

90

98

540

1,4U
1,980
1,466
1,002
438
ll0

1,846
2,282
1,556
1,064
556

170
3,882
5,034
3,448
2,400
1,346
310

1,55C
48,268
80,58€
57,98
35,47E
18,364
4,741

68

1,524
39,084
56,200
36,140
21,666
11,246
2,716
l32

' 2

8

li

.u

74
3,052
7,328
7,686
6,124
3,950
1,074
76
6

99,270
53,884
14,338
806

52

19,010
7,378
594,272
,420,816
,058,050
659,602
345,098

91,842
5,038
130

132
6

10
6

108
3,302
5,860
4,560
3,142
1,596
402
32

24

22,134
50,266
134

4,732
7,132
4,626
3,132
1,834
514
30

230
10,238
16,082
10,626
7,406
4,294
1,284
98

8

13,026
17,574
11,534
7,668

4,088
1,106

775,808
195,160
732
35,720
63,944
44,664
29,030
16,082
4,722
260
6

,609,64:

,122198(

309,576

2,651
236,ll!
568,331
408,24:
241,49:
120,284
30,831
1,64!

1,171
139,671
373,841

166
29,780
92,630
83,304
59,178
34,194
9,758
570

20

3

36,462

\145,23E

4:
3,09(
5,274
3,396
2,321
L4OL
406

7c

2OE

6,68E

233,306
78,182
4,244
7E

32
2,m
4,224
3,334
2,306
1,252
314
24
2

23,314
48,044
34,584
22,49E
12,6lE
3,771
19E

578
89,32C
217,91€
153r082
91153C
46,36€
12,OoE
704

4

12

649,716

5,404

6,17:

2,774
466,14e
,215,08€

908,74€
563,942

13,606

22

76

149;302

1,184
1,636
1,226
636

344
88

794
52

84,926
84
7,374
23,964
23,348
17,366
10,458
2,246
80
6

llr871
7,93(
5,556
3,231
1,032
7f
13,804

49,924

9:
1,64:
1,851
1,231
801
421
101

162
3,55(
4,21(
2,691
1,85(

52E
12,4ot
15,90(
10,08(

1,06;

3,464

I

2:

e

25:

6,s
3%
61

3,764
-

4,771
-

24
TZC

1,174
81C

64€
314
7c
4

612,514

1,
61

.

84

3,471
3,091
2.141

45

1,261

1,58

1

11

30

1
1

u
2,292
7.451
6,801
5,021
3,011
651
1:

187,661
98,854
26,U.'
1,371
4(

280,246

l,Y
187,951
488,12
350,77
206,47
102,20

611
121,78
337,15
262,79
166,32

26,s

22,81

92
26,732
85,310
, 75,624
53,062
30,258
8,664
494
10

86,72

1,39
2

U3,63

1,522
38,75(

1,54
48,E

55

55,06f

80,21

34,BOf
20,76f
10,672
2,57(

57,47

12f

35,02
18,07
4,68
25
1

17,94
36,68
31,36
21,x

12s

3,37
21
1

-11,71

2,2C

12,820

13,224
10,708
7,204
2,248
124

29,33c
74
3,048
7,320

358
16

2C

4,062
14,322
14,904
12,234
8,278
Z160€

14C

18

144
242
266
224
62

4
304
1,314
1,832

I
3,421
12,811

13,22(
10,70,
7,191
2,241

12.
6,821

1,

64
1,50
1,68

1,531
1,08
35
1

3
-

9%
318
32
2

4,104

860
616
390

144
6

13,806

48
2,272

4,362
3,242

1,806

2,216

1,374
522
10

1,270
456
38
2

6,176

10,004

4

49,74:

6,116

231

460

56,57C
7,174
-

7,68C

3,936
1,074
76
E

1,542
1,150

4

16

999,351

,364,21

245,43

24,854
25,271
11,578
-

1:
1,25:

294,16(

164,294

f

6

616

2,098
128,070
272,986
187,890
ll2,298
57,038
14,576
832

15,961

,532,SlC

25c

i,ao8

8,288

38
2

6,520

22

304
11314
1,832

462

86

247,lX

56

4,062
14,326
141910
12,246

14,452

18

667,462

1,406

4

522

28

204

7,176

20

18

26
2

26,420

5696GZ

1,374

80
7,642
14,594
10,388
7,238
4,268
1,282
90

208,692

-tea

2,606
140
4

50
3,572
6,468
4,252
2,958
1,760
500

103,660

Wt

rflms

2,358
4,532
3,556
2,328
1,32C

42
2,620
5,102
3,938
2,832
1,496
368

577;994
301,866
79,976
4,312

,001

8-

1,174
139,764
374,264
294,768
188,246
99,264
26,278
1,380
46

750

8

600,864

-

-

248
1,17C
1,59C
1,54C
1,lSK

4EC
3E
9%
4

5t

144
24:
ICE
224
61

1

16
1,524
3,174
2,4m
1,626
900
312

32
2
3,902
32
748

i,m
824

5m
370

144
6

528

_
I

1
1
lr6&

60

6

ZC

z
a&

618M

29%

34

1ED

7,25!
5J9i
3,131
67:

3,46

41
60
57
41
9

21

2,66

1,7?
32
3

61

52
5€

e

1
1

112
. 100

54

6

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table 2-7.

2-13

Live Births by Birth Weight, Age of Mother, Plurality of Birth, and
Color: United States, 1961 -Continued

zqLq-F&

(Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Figures for age of mother not stated are distributed)

N E OF

m,
P-TY

OF BIFQ!E, AND C O U B

lbOtal

l,&

2,001-

grams

22

or less

67,442
34
5,498
19,126
18,702

13,816
8,422
1,770
68

2,692

3,468
8

10

486
836
592
490
228
48
2

472

1,824
600
334
92
4

3,001-

19,646

' 20,426

4
930
2,672
2,370

4
1,674
5,788

8

998
244
14

5,360
3,900
2,410
502
8

9,952

5,001
Brams

492
2,526
2,996
2,212
1,450
264
12

68
370
502
492

1,758

stated

330
52

4
4

332

40

14

UO

18

4

376
468
454
288

46

6
6
6
14

80
4

2

1E
2E
5f
44
42
E

346

Hot

or Wre

1E

1,308
5,668
5,922
4,400
2,570
526
24

6

104

e

2

76
56
36
6

6

17,484

1,072

50

14
234
338
218

1,876
4,sm
4,646
3,550
2,036
476

4,5015,000

4,001-

g
-

8,848

1,616

3,501-

158
86

22

2,726

5,630

4,410

8
322
806
728
532
270
2

14
620
1,662
1,446
1,124
606
154
4

2
334
1,132
1,332
892
568
146
4

356

260

ll8

34
ll2
84
52

10
50
76
62
54

6

8

22
26
36
32
2

6
200
404
306
244
120
24

12

2

1,174

172

222

74
2 74
308
296
194
26

16

14

48
34
44
24

80
52

58

68

4

58

22

:I

198
2

104
86

64
14

1I: I

34
2
2
8

64
36
44

2

18

18

1
2
2

6

46
28
2

912

128

158

272

208

106

14

60
218
234
236
138
24

16
42
12
36
16

10
60

24
50
88

10
38
68

22

32

34

66

50

2
2
10

20

2

38
6

36

6

6

30
26
2

262

44

64

84

52

12

4

14
56
74

8

4
20
20
12

10

22
8

8

6
6

2
2

12
2

2

26

2

60
56

6

18

12

24

8

18

12

14

18

2

2

lEqtivalcnts of the gweights i n terms o r punas
1,000 grama o r less = 2 Ib. 3 OZ. or less
1,001-1,500 gram =2 lb. 4 02.
3 lb. 4 OZ.
1,501-2,OW
2,001-2,500 g r a m
2,501-3,MX) grams

083-004 0

- 63 - 2

-

3 lb. 5
= 4 lb. 7
= 5 lb. 9

02.
02.
02.

-- 6
-- 5 Ib.
4 lb.
lb. 8
6
9

02.
02.
02.

ana ounces are BB

3,001-3,500 g r a m
3,501-4,ooO
4,0014,500
4,501-5,000 grsme

5,OoL

-

f o m :

o r mre

--

ii OZ.

02.
7 lb.
8 lb. W
lb. 1 4 02.
9 lb. 1 4
lb. 15 OZ.
ll lb. 0
=ll lb. 1 0 2 . or wre

=6

lb. 10

= 7 lb. 12 02.
=8
=9

OZ.
OZ.
OZ.

'

'

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-14.

Table"2-8. 'Live Births by Birth Weight and Color; United States and Each State,

1961
(By place of res

nce. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample)

A E ====I==
II

P m A AM) COLOR

1,ool-

l,s_oo

or less-

B
I
m WIG&

1,5012,030

-grams

grams

I
4
2,0012,500

2,5013,WO

3,0013,500

e-

e-

grsms

3,5014,000
B=

4,0014,500

5,000

grams

g-.

5,001

4,501-

%Tot

e-

stated

rmfe

-

_e

220,696

800,762

,622,374

-

,125,184

-

309,810

56,602

'I,176
-

14.452

165,090
55,606

632,046
168,716

,374,184
247,190

,001,222
123,962

280,440
29,370

49,760
6,842

6,178

io,34a

938

4,104

15,384
8,390
6,994

29,082
18,802
10.280

20.744'
14,644
6,100

6,232
4,166
2,066

1,458
820
638

146
72

612

4,686
2,276
2,410

E59
i90
368

380
220
160
1,912
1,574
338

1,222
834
378
7,182
5,826
1,356

2,872
1,968
904
14,402
12,288
2,ll4

2,088
1,464
624
9,410
8,166
1,244

546
354
192
2,472
2,210
262

128

ia

86

6
4

190
146
44

126
94
32
468
394
74

268
166
102

616
388
228

2,146
1,254
892

7,282
4,682
2,600

14,566
10,426
4,140

10,686
8,078
2,608

3,260
2,410

706
478
228

108
EC

1,102
746

850

46

356

5,240
4,252
988

18,282
15,088
3,194

70,194
59,130
ll,064

147,224
129,926
17,298

103.186
94,744
8,442

27,804
26,074
1,730

4,622
4,348
274

5cc
462

410

2,230
1,822
408

328
274
54

44,652
42,902
1,750

206
186
20

344
322
22

766
708
58

3,300
3,120
180

11,172
10,628
544

8,922
8,706
216

1,822
1,784
38

268
262
6

34

57,120
52,846
4,274

336
278
58

360
292
68

772
638
134

2,984
2,604
380

ll,016
9,872
1,144

17,760
17,098
662
22,564
20,956
1,608

14,584
13,888
696

3,744
3,594
150

570
546
24

70
6E
4

le0
112

=,e54
9,474
2,380

70
38
32

68
36
32

242
168
74

572
384
188

2,388
1,718
670

4,550
3,634
916

2,994
2,616
378

782
716

138
130
8

14

36

20,372
6,140
14,232

236
46
190

234
44
190

464
92
372

1,580
364
1,216

4,956
1,168
3,788

7,752
2,340
5,412

3,948
1,574
2,374

914
428
486

11z

ll6.656

676
394
282
540
276
264

890
580
310
746
374
372

2,068
1,248
820
1,744
848
896

6,512
4,000
2,512
5,944
2,880
3,064

22,780
15,312
7,468
19,688
10,820
8,868

43,866
32,534
11,332
37,448
24,278
13,170

30,196
23,354
6,242

1,530
1,186
344

25,058
18.352
6,706

7,928
6,512
1,416
6,886
5,216
1,670

17,616
5,4m
12,198

102
36
66

102
32
70

264
84
180

1,140
302
838

4,322
1,080
3,242

7,064
2,096
4,968

3,742
I,412
2,330

756
320
436

104
54
50

16,902
16,586
316

74
68
6

98
96
2

222
218
4

832
814
18

3,022
2,942
80

6,738
6,640
98

4,480
4,402
78

1,116
1,094
22

188
184
4

237,382
198,088
39,294

1,436
988
448

1,592
1,094
498

3,482
2,406
1,076

ll,518
8,158
3,360

43,412
32,970
10,442

90,336
75,440
14,896

63,428
56,516
6,912

18,302
16,930
1,372

3,354
3,108
246

27,128

62,196

16,426
6,520

19,588
7,540

45,582
16,614

432
220
222

620
284
336

1,248
636

7,564
5,090
2,474
36,906
31,238
5,668

42
26
16
184
144
40

44
28

40,944
28,792
12,152

204
104

381,606
337,686
43,920

1,976

80,690
50,600
30.0901/

85,850

30,806
100 584
64:368
36,216

100
1,566

1

16

42
414
364
50

66

44
68

1,666

912
754

74

52

4.5

4

58

34

llG
10
10E

220
78
142

58
54
4

8

12

2
2

2
26
16
1c

14
l50
24
126

154

66

10E

24
32

48
208
13C
7.5

C5C

12

8

12
le
1E

6
llC

282
374
2

414
39c
24

ll2

4
108
88

20

\

ll2.294
103,044
3,250

492
400
92

618
532
86

1,448
1,208
240

5,044
4,290
754

18.906
16,498
2,408

42,248
38,774
3,474

31,770
30,058
1,712

9,436
9,070
366

1,722
1,676
46

204
194
1c

406
344
E2

63,540
62,486
1,054

298
290
8

318
306
12

738
716
22

2,416
2,334
82

9,284
9,028
256

23,244
22,810
434

19,356
19,178
178

6,336
6,290
46

1,182
1,176

lac

185

17E

6

180
8

49,988
46,748
3>240

212
28

220
192
28

590
512
78

2,088
1,832
256

8,306
7,478
828

19,154
17,870
1,284

14,450
U.868
582

4,074
3,944
130

762
742
20

2
102

504
404
100

1,040
888
152

3,742
3,204
538

13.124
11,416
1,708

26,492
24,254
2,238

19,288
18,232
1,056

5,480
5,252
228

1,110

6,134

364
302
62

88,952
53,996
34,956

482
198
284

668
248
420

1,598
684
914

5,678
2,638
3,040

18,168
9,222
8,946

33,884
20,920
12,964

21,474
15,014
6,460

5,686
4,200
1,486

1.018
686
332

23,552
23,222
330

92
88
4

132
130
2

322
316
6

1,116
1,100
16

8,768
8,650
ll8

296
296

42

454

42

140

452
252
200

628
382
246

1,324
816
508

4,654
3,040
1,614

29,490
23,140
6,350

6,544
6,470
74
19,336
16,440
2,896

1,796
1,770
26

77,748
60,310
17,438

3,990
3,920
70
16,128
ll,196
4,932

4,656
4,130
526

858
744
114

126
104
22

ll6,484
ll2,102
4,382

594
548
46

572
534
38

1,542
1,430
ll2

5,472
5,150
322

22,534
20,828
1,106

44,886
43,108
1,778

30,870
30,ll8
752

7,982
7,836
146

1,400
1,384
16

180
178
2

988
64

193,152
171,832
21,320
86,112
84,498
1,614

1,152
888
264
386
370
16

1,178
924

9,320
7,436
1,884
3,358
3,242
116

33,242
27,704
12,804
12,472
332

71,444
63,400
8,044
31,092
30,496
596

53,982
50,llZ
3.870
26,662
26,304
358

16,242
15,478
764
8,400
8,276
124

3,166
3,016

472
462
10

2,680
2,174
506
898
872
26

1,624
1,604
20

376
362
14
224
218
6

370
338
32
192
182
10

59,614
27 464
32:1561

280
94
186

472
140
332

944
322
622

3,810
1,328
2,482

ll,704
4,356
7,348

21,574
10,322
ll.252

14,934
7,946
6,988

4,502
2.394
2,108

1,060
438
622

160
EO

174

100

110

71,434
65,300

See footnote at end of table.

184

254

.

5,538

1,084
26

sa

30

4

28
2

1EC
E4
6
134

130
llU
20
162

92
42

94
E8

14

150

96
66

30
1,&2

E4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table 2-8.

2- 15

Live Births by Birth Weight and Color,:United States and Each State,

1961.-Continued
(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring withm the United States. Based on a 50-percent sampIe)

AREA

AND COLOR

13,914
13,854

1,0011,500

1,5012,000

2,0012,500

2,5013,000

3,0013,500

3 501-

g-

w=m

g=

gmms

g=

Bramb

542
386
156
84
68
16

596
440

94
10

170
154
16

222
200
22

3,362
3,102
26(

6,851
6,W

4,436
4,094
342

1,142
1,036
106

176
164

502

34
2E
f

102
80
22

5,642
5.22f
414

12,95c
12,364
58E

9,552
9,306
246

2.886
2.824
62

504
492
12

6(
5E

528
444
84

5%

1,8M

1,544
264

1,758
1,596
162

418
368
5C

4
4

34
28

8(

3,158
2,79E
36(

62

47E
594
594

2,57E
2,562

5,302
5,27E
24

3.852
3,834

1,04C
1,038
2

14C

14

18

136

14

18

52,474
4S,63(
6,844

34,768
31,632
3,136

9,068
8,452

1,510
1,410
100

14f

466
288
178

6,086
5,522
564
87,090
79,054
8,036

1,214
1,134
80

182
166

21.742
20,216
1,526

3,582
3,348
234

24
2(
4
41f
36f
52

86C
81C
5(

200
188
12

452
426
26

1.59(
1,464
12t

54
44
10

54
52
2

180
144
36

74
74

92
92

212
212

13,42(
3,46(

18

12

se

6

4

2

7,122
5,39(
1,732

26,30E
21,242

506

2,llE

442
64

1,87€
23E

7,312
6.4%

2,332
1,658
674

5,618
4,206
1,412

20,564
15,942
4,622

76,612
63,20(
13,412

11,97c
10,592
1,37€
141,58C
123,191
i8,38e

644
348
296

852
486

2,078

1,338

366

940

6,598
3,694
2,901

22,29C
13,81€
8,472

42,724
29,742
12,982

27,672
20,952
6,720

7,412
5,624
1,788

1,338
906
432

174
9f
7E

62
58
4

80
76

194
186

1,472
1,392
80

3E
3(

236

4,790
4,624
166

262
252

8

2,752
2,624
128

6,031

10

E

229,920
205,578
24,342

1.324
994
330

3,252
2,544
708

11,39€
9,088
2,312

41,824
35,164
6,66C

86,70C
77,662
9,038

62,718
58,750
3,968

17,398
16,628
770

3,032
2,910
122

51,052
43,m
7,234

196

I
1,370
1,040
330
286
222
64

664
632
32

6,248

15,886
680

610
474
136

2,344
1,892
452

8,87C
7,422
1,448

19,238
2,752

14,180
12,566
1,614

4,124
3,638
486

458
440

1,51c
1,43C

6,128
5,842
284

14,146
13,644
502

ll,014
10,744
270

91,742
82,184
9,558

1,924
1,424
500

29,942
26.590
3,352

138

236
202
34

Lm

20
2,140

1,440
700

16,566

37,538
36,248
1,290

134

62
,

172
164

190

180

5,06E

858

16,486

8

10

18

8C

240,270
214,614

1,446
1,030

1,502
1,162
340

3,396
2,578
83.8

11,921
9,541
2,38C

43,79c

250
228
22

972
918

3,608

54

3,394
212

6,92C
6,622
298

36,61E

.

616

16

33f

158
60
98
842
692

150
100
44

56
6

6

412
401
1(

492
398
94

716
612
104

72

416
304
ll2

3,188
3,096
92

592
580
12

9c
84
6

52
44

64,752
60,764
3,988

17,742
16,936
806

3,092
3,002
90

39c
384

496
414
82

4,784
4,664
120

1,356
1,332
24

256
248
8

le

6E
4

8

25,656

416

18,370
17,618
752

e4
80
4

90
86
4

59,930
34,728
25,202

318
164
154

400
186
214

984
422
562

3,578
1,634
1,944

12,094
6,024
6,070

22,182
13,350
8,832

14,568
9,532
5,036

4,102
2,644
1,458

942
482
460

114

17,642
15,270
1,372

74

106

e4

660

6,446
5,978
468

1,708
1,570

22

2,67C
2,480
190

5,308
4,920

8

196
158
28

704

66

388

138

298
266
32

52
48
4

392
260
132
1,244
920
324

576

15,868
ll,132
4,736
46,226
37,030
9,196

30,948
24,324
6,624
94,298
80,694
13,604

21,356
18,068
3,288
64,766
57,794
6,972

5,790
4,972
818
17,024
15,380
1,644

1,044
812
232
3,296
2,854
442

146

32
32

456
422
34

24
24

22
22

186
94
92
110
106

82,248
64,020
18,228
246,444
209,294
37,150
26,466

25,846

82
82

264
254
10

4,972
4,802
170

10,598
10,358
240

6,754
6,648
106

1,636
1,620
16

130
130

1,276
1,240
36
468
466
2

1,686

3,598
3,590

2,512
2,506

726
726

274
272
2
102
102

8

6

5,440
3,530
1,910

19,494
13,746
5,748
ll,326
10,442
884

37,636
28,716
8,320
25,144
23,656
1,488

24,038
19,376
4,662

6,210
5,022
1,188

1,166
894
272

142
106
36

18,098
17,312
786

5,050
4,886
164

816

86

788
28

84
2

14,374
33,662
712
36,252
34,784
1,468

10,078
9,750
326
29,018
28,276
742

2,922
2,860
62

514
508

66

8,946

8,768
178

1,586
1,550
36

3,468
3,310
98

1,974
1,932
42

392
370
22

34
30
4

97,054
73,158
23,896

502
316
186

65,056

312
274
38

686
390
296
332
300
32

1,554
968

654
608
46

2,246
2,062

1,138
1,036
102

4,190
3,850
640

7,560
7,022
538
15.570
14,720
850

128
124
4

496
474
22

1,938
1,836
102

39,034
37,104
1,930
98,394
94,540
3,854

226
200
26

270
254

496
454
42

558
500

8,560

54

8,254
306

50

58
52

0%.

02.
OZ.

1,686

586

800

704
96

16

58

2,982
2,686
296

le4

-lb.
-- lb.
lb.
13
gnune = lb.
-8 lb.
lb.
15
ll lb. 0
grams
or mre =ll lb. 1
or mre
6

foollovs:

3,001-3,500 grams
3,5014,000
4,0014,500 grams
4,501-5,WO
5,001 grams

=8

10 OZ.
1 2 02.
14 02.

7

-9

lb.

02.
OZ.

7

1
102.

8

0%.

9

1 4 02.
OZ,

-

6

50

1,268
804
464

6

56

80
30
218
158

116
56

648
238
410

30
454
376
78

122

4,576
2,968

34
28
6

118

12,750
9,644
3,106

2

02.

62

3,564
2,636
928

60

ana ounces are as

52

1,554
1,162
392

62

lEquivnlente o r the gram weights in t e r n of pounds

le

1,606

18

4

44

6

1,332
850
482

9,386
9,368

61,238
3,818

7,172

218

358

620

-

mt

stated

22:
214
f

216

858
582
276

76,850
35,030

= 2 33. 3 OZ. o r lees
= 2 lb. 4 02. 3 lb. 4
= 3 Ib. 5 08.
4 lb. 6
= 4 lb. 7 0 2 .
5 lb. 8
= 5 lb. 9 O Z .
6 lb. 9

g-

1,63C
1,548
82

196
20

736
504
232

u1,880

1,001-1,500 gnuns

5,000

gramg

7,948
7.46C
48€

16,88[

135,380
116,692
18,688

362,520
93,314
49,2m

1,WO g m m e or less

4,501-

4,0014,500

27,132
24,750
2,382

4,69E
3,49E
1,20[

14

1,501-2,OCQ grdmri
2,001-2,500 g m
2,501-3,000 gram

I

35,92€
30,97€
4.3%

1,260
932
328

156
104

4;OW

62
4
268
252

16
4
2
2

60

4

126
ll.6
10
372
350
22
14
14

--

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-16

Table.2-9. Live Births by Month,: Age of Mother, ‘Live-BirthOrder, and

Color:

United States, 1961
(Datarefer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to motha. Births whlch
occurred in Massachusetts a r e included in the “Not stated” classification for birth order because this State did not require reporting of the item. Fignresfor age of mothor not
stated a r e distributed)

.

-

-

&a.

July

4
1
4,268,326

353,286

373,522

7,46211
6281
5661
6721
6M(
5741
540
601,720
49,912
45,838
50,7L6
47,240
48,626 48,474
1,445.054
l17.280 108.744 120.032 l13.140 llS.682 l17.344

672
53,732
!28.332
93,928
58,232
30,416
7,768
432

31,892
97.302
60,622
31,596
486

95,32c
58.854
31,561
8,214
45c

10

10

5,181

30;670
8,046

28;072
7,416

I-

2,808
471.706

294,620

1,;g:;3211
577.994
301.866

30;638
8,086

275,372

304,816

‘$1 4El

27;548
7,404

4g/

138

3,600,864

335,120

385,484 577,62€ 37O,ll4 546,556 154,338
-----

342,404 341,990

355;750
94,ll4

327,502 360,322

285,834

198

28;300
7,232

27;298
7,222
41;

i12,918

234
42,176
.08,756
79.948
49.326
25,606
6,498
366
8

256
222
35.416
39.758
37.488
71,440
92;2761 102;7681
79,192
97;4941
74,210

210
210
38.762 38.456
75,478
99;7861100;790
74.908

48,306
25.784

45,482
23.948

46,664
24.176

49,458
26.044

46,090
23.628

45,742
23.252

72c
53,43€
.29,061

602
51,17C
125,984
94,214
58,536
50.982
8.228
39c
8

i23,968
68,184 312,934
--

291,672 289,882

256
38.292
75,830
98;9981

672
54,586

256
42,800
12.426
83,036
51,396
26,638
6,992
416
8

308
42,Olf
10,30C
81.39C
50,156
26,678
6.952
37s

6

236
40,07C

L08,llO
80,624
50,096
26,462
7,000
332
4

‘1

667,462
130,014
210,622
154,022
99,270

53,884
14,138

1,099,688

58,666

52,130

55,506

49,286

50,732

372
ll,620

416

39.864

17,314

382
9,752
15,646

13,294
8,898
4,886
1,258
52
4

368
10,422
16,468
ll,764
7,750
4,124
1,150
70
14

12,608

llJ80

8,420
4,594
1,120
68

7,270
3,920

18,282

10,958

1,080

8

54
2

52,108

330
10.018
15,896 16,554
l l , 8 4 4 12,176
7,558
7,864
4,124
4,046
984 1,042
88
76
10
2

88,912

83,146

92,796

87,784

89,382

7,076
408,640
478.658
135,720
46,750
18,398
4,222

598
33,822
37,592

546
514
33.266 32,908
38,834 39,656

ll,030

ll,050 ll,042

6

636
34,808
40,118
ll.372
3,910
1,606
336
10

570
32.616
37,906

W6

542
31,226
35.382
10,266
3,896
1,470
330
32

954,754

ll,052
3,950
1,542
350

z
/
76,132

3,762
1,514
312
22

89,734

3,804
1,506
354
20

3.772
1,458
364
20

2

57,180
60.604
61.516
59,444
438

ll,556
19,576

13,980
8,906
4,810
1,270
66
2

416
q786
19,466
14,266
9,226
4,958
1.326
70
2

412
ll,422
18,762
13.93c
8.698
4,884
1,262
72
2

650
35,994
43,426
I4866
3.960
1,558
320
16

632
37.102
43,680
12,156
4,144
1.572

358
22
2

244
30,372
39.448
10,996
3,666
1,404
314

13,052
4.806
1,936
404
22
4

,I,

1,002,556

356

6,814
3.820
1,130
466
170
22
2

346
6,248
3.484

1.004
378
184
42
4
2

390
6,460
3.694
1,056
418
170
34
2

352
5,656
3,348
956
336
138
28
2
2

16

22
2

2

-

344
5,566
3,436
1,054
364

310
5,560
3,478

422
6,436
4,268

1.060

.1,104

150
36
4

-

38.866
10,756
3,532
1,538
334
24

382
6.694
4,260
1,202
466

328

410

388
6,730
4,232
1,160
478

134

162

168

186

22
4

36

44

34

79,676

81,820 81,272

07,550
87,898
90.084
-

22

24

q724
39,410
21,298
8,318
3,188
576
24

10,626

l8
26
ll,152 ll,426
38,272 38,014
20,928 20,456
7.878
7,876
2,968
2,888
566
580
30
12
2

14
12.924
41.704
21,294
8.268
3,074

-

30
4

602
18

28

28

12,828

12,470
p1,744
21,482
7,928
3,224

42,886

2l.Sffi
8,452
3,270
682
30
2

642
30
2

Si20
li:
56.00;

330

ll,lOO

10,592

10,024

17,874
13,590
8,440
4,520
1,228
58
4

17,100
12,440
8,120
4,590
1,174
78

17.W

3,982
1,594
378
18

218
28,084
38,138
10,486
3,590

1,416
352
18

336
6,268

3.956
1,146

12,~50
8 120

,

4,C38
1,244
64

2

ll,632

84,560

28

54,284

ll.958

29,806

190

--

3Z,SE8
38,298
ll’238
3,896

16
10,656
35,920
18.912
7,704
2,986
608
18

c

34,sSz
42,094

76,820

604

30,760
102,400
7G.456
47,904
25,330
C,Y72

36.50C
43,lZE

16
u,900
38,644
20,318
7,984
3,064

622

?98,332

232
37,704
100,328
75,172
47,374
24,320
6,730
346

E10

82,576

37,550
20,380
7,688
2,770

292.272

554

298

414
14

400

86,468
84,952
82,302
85,154
-

228
29,558
39,158
10.762
3,550
1,396
284

56,024
29,9ca
8,216

--

68C

3,998
1,724
368
24

530
49,632
LCO,OB~
09,406

366

12,838 13,200 13,224 12,302
--4,380
74,854
45,476

6

97,790
99,668
98,378
94,604 88.206
-

-

71,454

E32
48,296
U7,428
87,612
55,494
28,700
7,964
424

1,404
384
8

76,488

220
26,288
34,678
10,130
3,498
1,254
352

8

83,209

544
33,678
38,54E
ll,OM
3,676
1,450
360

ia
77,000

180
27,338

34,EEE
9,876
3.304

1,304
320
14

12.288
-ll,718

390
6,080
3,620

1,048

392

398

178
26

150
32

364

6,342
3,890
1,132
372
146
48
4

82,240
-86,608

34
12,316
40,802
W,516

8,090
3,172
648
30

82,462

10
ll.620
38,828
19,722
7,564

?2
ll,674

2,883
592

2,804
628

22

24

33,566
i9,m
7,762

1

-

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table,2-,9. Live Births by

21
,7

Month,,Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order; and Color;
United States, 1961-Con.
(See headnote at begmning of table)

-Mar.

31,656
17,432
7,034
2,708
566
16

I"
AL
54,232
20,578
8,514
3,374
592
26

?,166,082

10,854

4,646

181,798

Apr.

June

-

67,252
74,366
. 7,840 8,7104

124,388

~

34,962
19,598
7,616
2,916
536
24

10,194
9,569
-

16
2,816
4,264
1,480
670
278
42
2

18
3,014
4,448
1,700
702
272
40

70,562

72.166
71,446
-

7,91C
33,588
18,872
7,mc
2,51€
564
28
4

8,298
34,124
19,316
7,186
2,694
528

2
8,444
33,838
18,848
7,156
2,598
546

16

12

-

9,644
9,826
-

6

9,114

2C
2,856
4,148

1,50€
6oE

1,812
592
274
38
4

.67,536

--82,966

71,212

8
3,956
37,442
54,026
41,632
23,616
6,478
362
16

14
4,184
40,554
59,130
45,650
25,844
7,174
400
16

2
4,208
38,576
55,344
42,540
23,826
6,312
390
14

.36,666

49,878

2
2,598
28,722
44,746
34,930
19, ssp
5,412
298
4
30,870
1,358
8,720
9,280
6,702
3,662

1,066
64
12

1c
3,998
37,684
53,93c
41,91C
23,264
6,488
372
4

78,560

- L70,984
8
4,140
39,674
55,586
41,958
22,952
6,278
382

6

- --

76,596

75,900

71.106

71,956

6
9,310
36,902
19,630
7,208
2,936
574
28
2

10
9,094
36,162
19.714
7,390
2,914
588
28

6
8,656
34,310
18,076
6,890
2,614
538

8
8,658
34,904
1
8
,
D
7,046
2,624
576
22

10,954

10,708

10,154

22
3,160
4,842
1,852
720
288
68
2

16
2,982
4,176
1,608
720
290
34

.91,700

24
3,222
4,640
1,802
700
258
60

2

188,902

16

4
2,964
4,518
1,546
674
268
54
6

4,dI
43.202
60;768
46,004
25,784
6,846
398
10

4,656
45.326
63;240
48,026
26,754
7,278
434
6

61;880
46,928
26,614
7,204
396
6

61;066
46,464
26,216
7,202
342
8

56;652
44,034
24,414
6,988
394
6

58;516
44,586
25,624
7,220
372
14

4
2,618
29,348
45,214
35,584
19,736
5,476
322
4

2
2,766
30,264
46,166
36,038
20,126
5,402
310
4

4
2,664
30,774
46,078
35,142
19,330
5,292
310
4

4
2,900
34,532
51,004
39,416
22,204
6,044
326
4

8
2,892
33,810
50,424
39,ll6
22,132
6,060
286
4

2,760
31,340
46,906
36,986
20,452
5,900
322

33,088

29,354

30,134

31,386

35,266

34,170

32.432

8
1,568
9,660
10,876
7,512
4,410
1,160
70
2

6
1,610
9,278
10,642
7,348
4,084
1,142
56
4

1,380
8,336
8,716
6,326
3,528
1,012

50

1,442
8,312
9,178
6,502
3,700
910
80
10

24
3,016
4,662
1,764
716
270
52
2

182,648

6
2,700
31,382
49,278
38,350
21,692
6,128
334
8

4
1,476
8,900
9,508
6,816
3,622
986
72
2

10,506

177,110

L39,598

6

Dec.

12

41,078

8
1,484
9,172
9,852
7.300
4,152
1,046
66
8

,

Nov.

38,306

--

6

67,66C

76,536

2

24
2,716
3,962

254
4c
2

T

111
Oct.

Sept.

151,430

158,940

56,434

154,732

144,678

6

6

6
1,548
8,962
9,746
7,048
3,962
1,088
72

149,436
2
2,774
32,830
48,462
37,554
21,402
6,076
324
12
33,212
2
1,566
9,142
10,054
7,032
4,222
1,144

4%
2

2-18

'

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table 2-1O.j'Live Births by Age of

Mother, Live-Birth Order, Sex of Child, Color,
and Nativity of White Mother:'United States, 1961

(Data refer only to T i s occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refer6 to number of children horn alive tomother. Birthswhichoccurred in Massachusetts are included in the"Not stated"
iification for birth order because this State did not require reporting of the item. Figures for age of mother not
stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distribu
. . .
.
m - B I R T H OHDW

1
4,268,32

1,099,6f

789,85

7246
601,72
1,445,05
l,081,70
677,26
355,75
94,U
5,U
13

7,Oi
408,64
478,6E
135,71
46,75

Z,386,27.

567,34

3,871
309,551
741,831
553,40
345,951

12,W

21

281

1
1

rn,OZl

47,921

2,ZC

514,43
142
72,661
243,15:

127,051
48,76:
ie,63:

3,586

292,164
703,22€
528,304
39,306
174,721
46,18€
2,504
64
3,600,864
2,8O€

471,708
1,234,432

927,684
577,994
301,868
79,978
4,312

1,512
243,596
635,224
475,448
295,948
153,854
40,948

511
21

403,411

I

262J.3:

3,191

184,J.S

129,89t
61,451
13,921
551
1

60,581

93,941
66,091
30,95:
7,031

52,896

421
22,041
53,141
45,541
25,441
6,431
291

54

12

7,504
28,59C
29,lM
18,35(
4,87E

2,172
14,48C
19,071

89(
U,58(

44
5,634
18,604
17,680

28,lOi

12,002

28,39(

6,488
1,734
82
6

16,714
134,136
130,94E
69,616
28,866
5,89C
246

4

1C

954,75.

878.168

687,562

434,22c

2,691
333,781
433,18:

58
104,456
a9,108
227,516
86,998

6
20,512
226,48C
243,366
131,448
54,164
U,09C
484

2

158,354

sl,o92

117,402

76,916
44,476
U, 344

12

8

6

351,866

221,324

122,908

4
10,408
L25,910
124,562
67,392
27,606
5,726
254

1,458
44,084
81,000
59,804
28,176
6,490

184
13,330
41,282
39,376
22,550
5,916

306

266

33,006

3, 8 1 1

6,758

194

260
8

451,422

1,456

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4
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599,208
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14,556
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224,526
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233,456
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84,396
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42,384
77,354
57,598
27,710
6,338
212
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16,038
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142
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2

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239,486
613,378
451,676
278,754
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426,746

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253,Ut

461,39€

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230,186
121,036
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Not stated

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29,244
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436
12
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10

3,424
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22,210

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228
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2

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6

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748
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12,902
9,766
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202

260

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14,382
16,812
7,754
594
12

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22
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16,934

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6 284
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24
4,702
16,970
15,928

10,920
6,898

1,642
72
10
108,734
44
9,578
38,308
30,802
20,980

Uj262
3,016

142
8

55,808
22

4,980
1CJB54
15,870
10,786
5,756

1,534
74

2

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

. 2-19

Table2-10. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Bkfh Order, ,Sexof Child,'Color,
and Nativity of White Mother: United States, 1961n-c~n,
(see headnote at beginning of table)
LIVE-BIRTB ORDER

Total
3

1,675,99t

441,206

406,750

1,271
224,291
578,3U
429,182
265,882
138,501
36,57C
1,941
3f

1,224
158,726
200,436
54,120
17,964
6,956
1,638
80
2

24
49,602
196,650
104,048
38,872
14,552
2,882
118
2

155,906

41,798

40,782

34
5,568
1L1,160

6
1,720
W,800
13,856
7,450
3,278

44

7,928
42,74c
46,82E
33,352
19,746
4,958
30C

10,984
4,778
1,906
346
22

640

32

12

79,834
2C
4,nc

21,846

23,772
17,194
10,236
2,500
150

21,606

20,786

18
2,916
9,414
5,556
2,498
I,028
162

864
7 002
7,042
5,748
1,782
330

14

8

,

4

321,618
2
9,928

5

204,750

7

6

u3,098

Not stated

60,392

32,614

22
3, 088
17,176
21,568
14,314
4,008
208
8

2
784
7,258
12,088
9,238
3,070
172

2lP
6

148
12,070
38,580
36,126
20,798
5,124
250

2

4,382
13,530
16,508
7,430
642
4

28,660

16,462

8,898

4,922

2,910

4,510

64
2,072
5,164
5,038
3,302
780
42

8
640
2,478
2,904
2,212
626
30

2
186
1,258
1,632
1,422
394
28

48
632
1,000
948
'
I 264
18

36
424
1,430
1,752
788
78
2

8,316

4,518

2,568

1,524

2,310

28
322
542
498
128

16
218
754
898
376
46
2

U3,938
60,384
24,63a
4,960

2
324

6,016
9,910
7,556
4,006
806
38
2
14,582

24
3,818
20,894
23,054
16,lSB
9,510
2,458
150

20,192

16
2,652
8,746
5,488
2,280
878
184

19,996
6
856

2
146
3,008
5,042
3,884
2,078
402
20

6,798
6~Cl4
3,702
1,486

8

310
24

667,462

144,934

:124,388

4,654
130,014
220,622
154,022
99,270
53,884
14,138
806
52

4,380
74,854
45,476
13,052
4,806
1,936
404
22
4

210
36,860
54,232
20,578
8,514
3,374
592
26

337,480

73,992

2,364
65.960
106;614
77,954
50,olo
27,114
6,980
394
30

2,224
38,114
23,146
6,848

329,982

70,942

61,376

2,220
64,054
104,008
76,068
49,260
26,710
7,158
4l2
22

2,156
36,740
22,330
6,208
2,358
944
200

96
18,196
26,740
10,176
4,176
1,710
270
10

6

2,448
992
204
14
2

a

21

14,078

52,826
22

1,268
41,368
74,750
55,162
26,03C
5,976
192
4

107,562

2

8

2

352
1,248
1,490
1,084
322
14

U O
660
838
738
208
12

6

6

76,072

42,744

248

8,146

4,380

2,354

1,386

2,200

178
3,008
4,868
3,672
1,928
4op
18
2

28
1,016
2,604
2,436
1,680
362
20

288
1,230
1,414
1,128
304

76
598
794

20

186

458
450
136

20
206
676

16

16

12

102.290

4,598
16,048
14,932
10,194
5,476
1,482
68
6

6,964
2
242
1,782
2,120
1,564
920
314

12
8

3,624
138
860
1,124
838
498
154
8

4

3,340
2

684

310

854
412
32

104
922
996
726
422
160
4
4

-

81,030

60,780

46,098

33,332

69,174

10
13,244
47,452
24,542
11,302
4,744
954
34
8

3,406
32,622
25,804
12,496
5,570
1,092
38
2

528
17,500
23,586
12,428
5,632
1,064
42

94
7 710
19,248
12,166
5,538
1,276
60

1,142
13,106
25,668
21,274
7,412
532
28

1,744

6

24
2,744
12,712
11,122
5,420
1,256
52
2

63,012

51,552

40,808

30,432

23,190

17,010

34,142

2,742

u 4
18,664
21,492
10,402
4,338
1,664
322
16

4

242
8,718
I4866
6,164
2,896
522
24

42
3,970
9,730
6,060
2,682
680
22

6
1,396
6,532
5,628
2,844
580
24

4
614
8,552
12,966
10,680
3,652
258
16

2

2

,

12

6,634

1,738

23,886
12,398
5,742
2,436
428
18
6

16,502
12,940
6,286
2,776
546
18
2

50,738

40,222

30,348

22,908

16,322

34,432

1,668
16,120
12,864
6, 210
2,794
546
20

288
8,782
11,720
6,264
2,736
542
18

52
3,740
9,518
6,106
2,856
596
38
2

18
1,348
6,180
5,494
2,576
676
28
2

8
528
6,554
12,702
10,594
3,760
274
12

4

6

2

5,436

54
992

1,394
768'
396
88

22
516
890
686
378
204
46

2,694
32
476
'e54
708
390
192
42

SECTION 2 - NATALITY.

2-20
Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of- White
Mother:
Each State, 1961
- .
-.
-.

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother. Figures for age of mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

2

3

8,951

5,576

93c
5,516
4,wc
2,038
772
1%
12

198
2,676
3,038
1,926
912
194
8

32
1,052
2,060
1,458
778
184
12

9,538

5,576

2,930

358
3,366
3,334
1.68C
650
140
8

1,192
1,97C
1,494
702

9,454

5,514

2,026
6,364
3,198
1,192
420
82
4
4

358
3.334
3,312
1,658
646
138
8

1,948
1,476
692
154
8

e4

62

18.462
4
3,864
8,660
3,864
1,456
510
96
4
4
13,420

50,130

II

2,036
6,424
3,232
1.212
426
82
4
4
15,548

6

5

4

13,290

13,658

56

154
8

4
308
968
940
556
144

10

7

3.688

8
410
1,416

1,126
566
160
2

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446
330
98
2

2

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6

lo

12
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2

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5,090
4

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1,852
1,350
800

410
104

1,360

2,646

142
1,484
1,066
432
210
4c

28
744
1,092
518
222
40
2

8
350
998
680
236
62

2
96
588
656
290
68
8

1,010

570

388

12

2
76
242

6
158
288
170
84
24

4
4,758
4
548
1,770
1,248
722
368
94
4

1,290
4
402
568
a 4
74
22
6

1,136
122
568
278

U6
40
12

:I

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36

3,376

730

4
416
590
230
88
26
6

4
308
958
926
550
138

6

20

988

670

18
430
304
152
76
8

6
150
264

156
74
20

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2

4

184

4

4
2
4

2

6

268
402
2c€
96
24

ti

4

10
14

6

110

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20
22
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568
770
266

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98
332
498
244
42

2

12

792
2,588
2,032
1,312
632

36
164
292
246
94

62

a

34
22
22

1,756

1,218

12

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7,564

8

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8

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4,624
2,750

a

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86

4,120

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840

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536
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416
444
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824

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2.540

lot atated

1,340

2,894

74
6,664
6,530
1,608
468
160
44

56

and over

832

74
9,128
17,838
11,704
6,790
3,530
988
74
4

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I

2,334

1,708

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1,580
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DO
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,

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140

150

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102

82
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4

46
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354

174

90

86

2
8
24
42
10

16
2

12

34

6

132

46

2
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106

70

38

66
14
2

38
14

20
12
2

334

166

82

80

34
124
98
64
12
2

6
42
68
36
14

2
12
34
20
12
2

2
8
24

.-

36
10

4
4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table

2-2 1

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of reeidence. Data refer only to births
mother. 1

ccurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
pres for a
f mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are dmtributed)
LIVE-BIRTH 0

wtal
I.

3

2

5

4

9 and over

Not stated

NASXA-Continued
!4lU%l-ContInued
332

18
82
102
78
42

2C

8

8

4
2
2

4
4

4

8
8
2
2

280

216

214

158

2
42

18
94

70

98

62

60

14
22

4
40
24
20
8
2

12
22
16
10
2

8
24
14

35(

362

16
14
4

10

10

2.474

396

226
736
682
512
222
80
16

152

36,906

9,016

8,122

6.914

4,634

2,942

40
5,624
12,722
9,142
5.604
2,894
806
68
6

38
3,800
3.786

2
1,380
4,126
1,762
586
222
42
2

366
2,748
2,250
1,028
410
108
4

52
1,320
1,704
998
442
116
2

480
1,146
838
368
92
8

31,238

8,040

7,248

6,140

3,964

2,406

20
4,888
10,950
7,714
4,584
2,382
650
48
2

20
3,356
3,398
854
272
120
14
6

1,184
552
210
40
2

288
2,364
2,032
952
396
104
4

36
1,038
1,484
894
398
ll2
2

8
334

1,610

29,134

7,616

6,818

5,712

3,674

2,208

20
4,744
10,332
7,062
4,206
2,154
572
42
2

20
3,262
3,200
772
234
ll2

1,156
3,462
1,476
500
184
38
2

272
2,240
1,858
894
358
92
4

32
970
1,388
826
356

100

8
304
830
678
306
74

2

8

2,104

424

430

428

290

190

ll6

144

94
198
82
38
8
4

28
1.98
w4
52
26
2

16
124
180
58
38
12

4
68
96
68
42
12

30
70
52
36

50

618
652
378
228
78
6

l80
36
22
4
2

46
192
78
28
4
2

940

298
132
16
6

10
6

3,650

874

18
444
388
86
26
12
2

2
196
476
152

160
8,942
14,124
8,308
5,288
3,122
942
56
2

44
16

i

2
72

64

19P

14

6

i,"
12

1,816

1,206

2.190

10

2
24
306
764
762
294
32

10

300

14
16
18
10

2.

6

900
730
342
84

1,350

802

120
456
466

20
200
310
210

8

-

1,234

1

1,244

44

2
12
172
406
460
176
14
2

14
14
6
2
2
6

1,110

36
12
12
2
2
2

48

2
12
160
354
418
152

6

10

72;

226
52
4

6

2

976

40,944

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ll0

492

6

20
736
1,772
1,428
1,020

512

42
10
2

6

ll0
114
38
12

6

2

5,668

156
20
4

20

180
108

6

34

+
12
2

ll,490

6,084
4,104
792
238
102
22

2,158
4,648
1,636
614
208
34

774
78
384
218
76
14
4

670
16

282
22@
104

44
4

76

134

24
26

12
52
42
24
4

8

10

536

-I

466

2
4,

946

a
2
2
4

22

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2
146
246

12

w

108

358
302

26
8

2
12
8

ll8
18
4

6,65'4

4,254

536
2,880
1,958
874
332
72
2

126
1,388
1,364
832
428
ll2
4

2,656

1,862

1

3.8
648
944
632
308
104
2

292

7:

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1,302

3,356

76
440
428
280
76
2

52
522
1,126
1,168
452
36

62
6
16

26
8
2
4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-22
Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(Q place of residence. Data refer only to births occurringwithin the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children horn alive to
mother. 1 ures for q
f mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

mtal
3

5

4

lot stated

ARWWSAS-Continued
28,792
42
6,238
10,716
5,872
3,432
1,886
568
36
2

42
4,602
3,572
686
210
82

16

1,344

3,872
1,480
544
186
26

2
2

266
512
458
234
88
2

886

8

244
2,078
1,644
778
302
68
2

30
794
1,026
690
368
104
2

264
508
454
234
86
2

44

26

12

20
20

8
12
4
2

2
4
4

54

20
80
58
30

14
30
10
4

6
20
12
12
2
2

1.856

102
1,482
532

10
814
776

106

156

28
20
6

70
22
8

4

51yl/

434

14
128
168
142
50
2

8
82
298
366

8

1,338
3,852
1,468
532
184
24

58

2,276

30
802
1,038
694
370
104
2
3,014

210

118

244
2,098
1,664
778
306
68
2
5,116

42
4,588
3,542
676
206
82
16
2
2

12.152

1,568

7,398

9,156

42
6,W8
10,636
5,814
3,402
1,868
564
36
2

4

3,040

1,556

28,582

ia

5,160

200

160
20

500

28

2
68
280
280
194
56

14
128
164
142
50

8

16

a2
296
362

2

6

2

20

6

4

6

4

2

8
2

160

4

6
2

1.494

1.214

1.088

970

798

2.422

34
6

292
782
294
96
26
4

8
10

10

96
586
326
138
58
8
2

382
432
174
74
16

6
802
292

107,568

97,054

74,752

46,470

25,236

510
39,644
44,818
14,696
5,314
2,080
478
28

12
13,628
45,362
23,838
9,606
3,850
724
34

2
3,094
26,584
24,748
13,382
5,748
1,126
66
2

530
10,636
16,730
ll,696
5,584
1,248
46

72
3,524
8,678
7,510
4,408
998
44
2

337.686

97,OoS

86,900

67.168

40.846

21.592

324
50,196
118,498
84,930
50,718
26,394

320
35,774
40,942
12,990
4,656
1,858
438
28

4
ll,608
41,368
21,328
8,490
3,418
652
32

2,406
23,738
22,608
12,144
5,200
1,014
58

346
8,848
14,932
10,538
5,016
1,124
42

46
2,646
7,346
6,674
3,954
886
38
2

4
714
3,314
3,694
2,626
676
24
4

178
1,360
2,172
1,590
476
12

.

-

4

16

524
56,996
132,404
96,344
57,774
30,ffiZ
7,168
334
10

302
8

8
16
2
2

928

381,606

6,316

25

13,402

96
14
14

38
14
14
2

I2

54
1.020
2,346
2,720
1,048

12
10
32
4

12

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68
2

308,296

88,512

79,310

61,764

37,646

19,768

9,968

5,108

6,152

316
48,358
U0,176
76,060
44,724
23,000
5,410
244
8

312
34,462
37,352
10,834
3,684
1,494
352
22

4
11,202
38,708
18,830
7,200
2,802
542
22

2,318
22,400
20,732
10,852
4,522
890
50

318
8,378
13,804
9,620
4,502
992
32

42
2,462
6,796
6,088
3,570
774
34
2

4
656
2,972
3,330
2,372
610
20
4

164
1,186
1,926
1,416
404
12

48
876
2,020
2,310
844
52
2

29,390

8,494

7,590

5,404

3,200

1,824

1,088

680

1,106

4

8

8
1,312
3,590
2,156
972
364
86

406
2,660
2,498
1,290

88
1,338
1,876
1,292
678
124
8

28
470
1,128
918
514
132
10

4
184
550
586
384
112
4

58
342
364
254

14
174
246
174
72

6
144
326
410
204

2
2

1,838
8,322
8,870
5,994
3,394
906
58

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6
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616
110
10

66
4

68

12

16

e

30
4

12
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY
Table

2-2 3

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to birth
mother.

ccurring witbin the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Lwe-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
w e s for a
Imother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)
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Total

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10,56i

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3,87(
3,87t
1,7M
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3,991
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7,586
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2,14(
1,23L
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12,12(

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6,568
16,108
11,226
6.546
3;242
874
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4,68f
5,27(
1,431
496
174
28

42,902

11,734

32
6,248
15,596
10,724

31
4,494

3,644
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5,626

181

1,786
1,79f

1,l5t
56t
121

26
878
1,332
836
454
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4

6

11,072

8,862

5,54(

2,942

1,48i
5,60t
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2,944
1,562
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1,466

2,516

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82t
63t
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1,7E

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526
500
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568
902
744
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1,414

284
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474

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276
342
230

196
490
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204

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12

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1,336

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452
476
198
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1,318

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2,178

1,59E

1,396
5,44c
2,582
91c
28C
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304
3,WC
2,834
1,516
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124

44
1,32C
1,97C
1,252
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6
356
1,014
814
454

152

128

6

4

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506
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92
6

10,38C

8,274

5,198

2,700

1,566

900

1,378
5,332
2,486
862
266
48

302
3,112
2,754
1,430
550
120

6

28

16

250
318

182

6

350
996
780
438
124
6

2
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502
492
358
90

8

44
1,296
1,928
1,220
562
144
4

310

288

252

134

78

50

30

336
328

150

18
108
96
48
14
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2
48
80
88
30
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24
42
32
28

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18

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82
34
10
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1,750

386

404

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4
192
112
56

3,138
852

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26

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41,772

ll,424

32
6,198

32
4,464
5,008
1,294

15,260

10,396
5,992
3,022
820
52
1,130

268
116

320

512
502
286

104

446
158
22

16
6

22

8

4
14
12
2

6

16
4

2
2

336

208

164

114

50

32

22
46
32
10
4

16

1,952

998

30

130
110
44

16
6

12
46
88
56
4
2

54

66
46
20

14,622

14,804

11,816

7,488

24
4,682
17,814

24
3,326
7,178

1,066

2,644

204
2,872
4 386

24
1,034

16,354
10,940
5,778
1,460

938
410
98
4

2,868

384
1,094
1,176
904
220
12

52.846

13,776

~

2,558

862
166
8

1,216
260

10

2,364
1,176
322
10

13,842

11,020

6,936

12
4,070
16,218
15,288
10,330
5,444
1.416

3,006
6,824
2,536
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388

880
5,516
4,486
1,974

92

68

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164
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78

18

57,120

68

216

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96
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4,656
2,062

326
218
80

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86

5,984

256

6

168

3,790

2
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478
738

814

116

10

8
808
2,364
2,280
1,146
320
10

20

12

78

140

88

12

6

3,376

1,664

836

266
948
1,084

46
348

12
150

660

298

468

286
84
6

130
12

4
2

2
2
4
2
2

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41

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2

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12

2
2

8

26
216
356
306

850
216

12

442
472
194
12

12

2,512
4,186
2,766
1,174
256

6

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5,331

6,260

2
2
10
2

128
6

8,528

1,376
48C

22

6
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1,080
860

10,668

5,158

10

82
232
256

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10

6

4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-2 4

Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born aUve to
mother.
ures for a( t mother not stated and nativ% of khite motheriot stated are distributed)

lbtal
4

6

1

2

3

49,016

12,594

12,762

10,246

12
3,908
15,200
14,054
9,574
4,926
1,288
54

12
2,874
6,288
2,202
810
330
74
4

856
5,196
4,082
1,772
706
146
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2,400
3,902
2,544
1,056
224
8

8
774
2,244
2,152
1,054
298
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892
1,028
786
196
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3,830

1,182

1,080

774

398

206

162
1,018
1,234
756
518
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132
536
334

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320
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6,538

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7

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EBE

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80

50
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174

3,170

1,568

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260

44
332
630
432
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288
264
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26

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230
238

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132

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284
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18

18
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92
22
2

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4.274

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962

796

552

414

288

162

244

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1,596

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320
354

186
468
170
88
48
2

88
360
200
102
42
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226
194
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118
146
92
54
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2,916

2,486

1,440

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1,066

108

610
334

24
22

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11,854
38
1,588
3,864
3.088
1,970
1,014
280
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9.474
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1,wo
3,112
2,592
1,672
844
238
12

34
994
1.284

410
148
46
22

2,434
4
706
1,142
382

136
42
22

2,362

4
990
3,004
2,498
1,602
790
222
12

4
700
1,102
368

130
36
22

352

72

10
108
94
70
54
16

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40
14

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588
752
496
298
170
42

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1,254
778
298

2

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16

4

28
2

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342
482
350
178
46
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2,482

2,064

1,158

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282

418

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272
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1,974

1,120

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318
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1

SECTION 2 - NATALITY
Table

2-2 5

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring anthin the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother. : p r e s for a
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7c
5c

16

104

2c

E

24
44
16

12

E

16
14

4

11

14
14
4

30
10

li

4

6

2

2

3,694

106
2,832
4.738
3,288
1,974
1,052
2.28

102

3,356
-

1,826

778

282

1oc

986
626

638
560

154
92

1,392
526
298
148

262

350

8

12
2

ll6
26
2

142
32
4

31,624

28,288

21,692

14,288

410
13,454
12,464
3,324
1,302
544
122
4

24
5,196

2
1,372
8,126
6,720
3,598
1,562
294
18

254
4,092
4,854
3,232
1,516
328

1,246
44C

12

2

.

E

1c

1,096

796

554

13,010
6,224
2.638
976
216
4

776

30

2

126

44

16

324
222
98
24

210
166
100
34

190
272

20
2

12

-

4,818

2,912

52
1,686

8
612

ZlO

2,862

1,764

1,052

2,014

1,408
822
190
14

616
168
6

250

10

72
2
2

8,022

1,148

222

4,958
6

2
858

6

ll0
1,004

16
12

1,720
1,528
550
44

6
8

2

25,548

22,934

86

80

2

13,718
30,540
20,790
12,684
6,398

3,170
10,726
5,562
2,402
868

76

9,890
10,822
2,996
1,166
482
LIO
2

8l,174

23,920

84
13,374
29,124
19,472
U.,718
5,898
1,430
74

80
9,620
10,132
2,626
952
40%

1,558

2

6

2

85.850

4

2
4

284
404
246
134

2

336,656

2

2

2,302

1,652

2
2

2

E

14,232

6

100
2

17,090

10,378

582

4,924

2,370

1,154

1,412

40

660
1,634

120

18

1,512

166
430
534
248

16
6
6
6

10

790
586
128
12

44
296
350
336
122
6

16

4,748

2,286

2,126

1,354

ll6
714
756
564
124
12

44

16
164

4

200

256

4

74
2,316
3,622
2,766
1,308
284

18

8

21,444

16,312

9,946

5,818

5,774
3,262
1,380

2

898
210

734

2

3,106
10,192
5,100
2,102
766
172
4

572

5,676
5,496
3,064
1,268
218
18

,

74
2,276
3,502
2,620

1,200
266
8

656
1.576
1,458
850
198
10

288

344
326

416

120

510
232

4

16

38
2
2
16

6
6
6

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-2 6

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued
(By place of residence. Data refer only to birth,
mother.

:curring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born allve to
ures for ai
I mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)
LIvE-BIFxll ORDER
Fatal.

4

3

4,676
2
344
1,416
1,328
966
500
128

I

6

5

1,490

778

432

176

e4

270
690
370
214
74
10

64
534
462
300
102
28

10
142
278
198
ll2
38

40
120
146
108
18

4
58
54
48
12

34

4,602

3,910

330
3,564
1,642
328

22

1.628

28

58

22
4

8
6
10
2
2

14
24

3,098

2,448

1,758

52

8
492
1,030
6l8
236
62

4
20

2

30,806
356
6.626

9,786
7,026
4,092
2,322
560
36

136
62

12

2,026

2,284
662
236
108
16

and over

790
2,308
946
336
182

38

180
1.776
1,232
466
208
44
4

1,026

1,228
502
250
40

28,370

23&2

406
13,456
10,718
2,566
836
322

16
5,060
ll,132
5,042

64.368

20,494

82
n.942
23,170
15,506
8,556
4,130

1.m

80
8,720
8,608
2,102
670
258
56

63,200

20,204

82
ll.878
22;780
14,964
8,308
4,030
1,054
64

80
8,672
8,476
2,032
638
250
56

1,168
64
390
342

5,546

756
508
280
46

2

UJ24

92
838

1,290
934
302
28
2

4,420

2,998

5,872

80

28

10

940
2,072
1.976
734
66

16

6

592
3,722
1,220
698
184
4

180
1,032
2,028

238
4

1,440
2,454
1,688
764
188
10

17,544

12 * 258

6,914

3,370

1,690

886

1,174

38

2,640
8,414
4,320
1,562
494
106
8

504
4,088
4,326
2,318
840
176

2

398
1,188
1,042
568
158
10

YB
508

562
ll2
2

26
206
302
268
74
10

16
10
6
4

6

54
1.504
2,510
1,792
852
198
4

17,182

ll,990

6,766

3,306

1,672

882

2,624

8.278
4,200
1,496
476
100
8

504
4,006
4,242
2,250
810
172
6

54
1,470
2,466
1,746
830
196
4

396
1,172
1,018
552
152
10

ll6
504
556
386
108
2

26
204

300
268
74
10

4
140
300
458
236
24

290

362

268

148

64

18

4

10

48
132
70
32

16
136
120

82

34
44
46
22

2
4
6

2
2

4

2

2
16
24
16
6

2,730

2,llZ

4,698

66

64

248

16

2
166

2

424
20,198
34,314
22,990
13,674
7,002
1,872
ll0

2
2

2

2

100,584

r t stated

17,334

1,850

584
ll8
10

6,570

2

1,352

6,706
5.376
2,700
992
202

278
3,438
3,842
2,272
1.052

4

26

606

142

22
8
8

2

66

e4

6

388

6

4
140
304

462
238
24
1,164
2

34
2
16
8
4
4

4

2
2

6

68
30
4

7,876

6,268

5,076

4,210

3,200

326
4,736
2,llO
464
166
64
10

16
2,420
2,718
722
288
90
12
2

848
2,618
1,050
382
152

224
1,934
1,332
480
200
40

1,042
1,266
646
196
30

414
1,224
658
310
72
2

154
826
726
338
68

2
76
800
1,768
1,514
496
42

4,304

3,364

2,204

1,290

708

396

494

2

408
1,860
1,256
580

102
1,048
1,162
728
278
46

14
452
778
590
292
74

2

2

2

68
292
220
104
22
2

100
24

a

36,216
342
8,256
ll,144
7,684
5,U8
2,872
754
46
17,616

4,854

22
1,910
5,824
5,062
3,172
1,312
296
18

22
1,386
2,154
898
296

78
20

18

162

38

26

4

Z

4

4

2

20

26

120
148

eo
20
2

92
198
150
44
8

46

6
18
10

4
8

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table

2-27

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-bmth order refers to number of children born alive to
?xes for a
mother.
if mother not stated and nativity of white mother not 6tated are distributed)
LXVE-BIRIW ORTW
AREA, EOE OF lW13EFi8 COLDR, AM) HAlTVJXf OF
IilIImHOTBGR

mtal
2

1

5,418

1.6M

4
544
2,218

4
40€
922

1,508

25€
7c

3

1,422

1,081

u2
.

3%

601

7

6

5

4

171

9 and over

6

56

24

73€
40€

38(

1U

5(

2;

24€

10€

54

1

8

1sf
7€

Lli

64

4E

2
2

32
14
4

2C

34

412
17f
72

4

1E

14

22

3t
6

5,120

1,616

1,32€

1,004

56f

31f

16€

6

58

4
534
2,126
1,400
702
282
68
4

4
402
896
232
66

lC€
70C
372

24
36C
384

9E
23E

5c

166

148

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14

32

6C

4

14

1c

6E

llC
4E

22
5c
6C
2.5

1

102

1.2

6

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8
32
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298

66

94

76

42

6

1c

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4
38
36
12

8
12
10
8
4

4
2
2

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2C
28
12
12
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966

530

33;

46
238

101

748
314
78
4

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92

108

26
24

u.4

46
32
10

4

12,198

17c

2,882

2,284

1,596

18
1,366
3,606
3,554
2,424
998

978
1,232
642
226
58

78
668

218

16

296
1,122
a48
466
128
22

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348
530
432
216
52
4

8

ia

750
550
206
32

14

16,902
16
-~
2,840
6,194
3,994
2,264
1,192
382
20

4,272
16
1,938
1,820

350
84
44
20

3,804
718
2,068
700
218
80
20

60
2

24
268
268
184
58
2

1,368

198
506
426
176

158

208

176

36

2

54
2

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121
61

l€

436

2
84

166
136
40
8

404

1E
94

549

10

132
26
I

10

788

392

528

16
9c

10
54

w2

148
202

2

20
260
266
182
59
2

1,338

770

380

508

20
258
258

14

10

88
128

180

122

54
142
192

52

2

522
204
46
2

196
496
420
170
54
2

2

26
2

104
6

64

56

30

18

12

20

2

2
2
4
4

6
10

2,316

704
2,038
684
208
78

164
1,414

600

20

I8

36
2

906
536
206
54
2

3,656

3,184

2,260

164
1,382
1,052
394
154
36

444

134

7

1,068
406

158

12

5,990
3,800
2,142

14
1,886
1,750
328
76

1,l36

36

698
2,022
642
200
76

356
16

20

18

366

94

I2

30
99
114
62
3t3
22
2

24
42

6
14
42

32

e

16

26

4

14

8

2

12
4

16

204
518

2

56
156
208
109

3,248

2,766

74
14
2

804

414

3,728

4,U.O

156

1,404

12
814
922
544

1,084

14
1,910
1,792
344
BO
44

14

358
300
120
26

166
1,436

4,204

16,220

162

2,356

14
2,796
3,914
2,204
1,174
378
18

102

3,296

16,586

6,088

Not stated

,

60

126
26
2

106
8

12
594

880

-

2

2
10
6
6

8

6

6

6

2

6

6
2
2
2
2

2
2

14
6
2
2
2
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-28

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color,
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued
(J3y place of residence. Data refer only to births
mother. I

and Nativity

:curring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born allve to
f mother not stated and nativib of white mother not stated are distributed)

~

2

3.

68

3

4

76

48

14
32
16
10
2
2

2
22
16
8

61,140

57,098

46,258

356
20,786
27,810
7,878
2,798
1,256
248
8

4
6,894
27,064
14,550
5,696
2,410
456
24

52.784

2
44
106
80
60
18
4
2

2
28
28
6
4

237,382

6

5

and over

7

40

36

16

12

20

14
16
8
2

6
12
18

4
8
2
2

4
2
6

2
8
6
2
2

30,296

18,300

10,352

5,938

7,940

288

42
2,364
6,%8
5.654
3,078
794
18
2

2
808
3,204
3,638
2,104
560
36

232
1,548
2.172
1,540
418
28

76
1,090
2,908
2.768
1,026
12

10
10
4
4

7,452

3.972

4.484

50

360
1,988
2,802
1,774
496
32

70
788
1,518
1,232
338
26

12
376
1,528
1,756
760
52

12
10

7,178

3,842

4,264

50

10.718
8,014
3,922
860
48

149,784

40.012

25,216

952
12,182
14,700
8,100
3,366

104
4.388
9,070
7,280
3,534
794

22
2

46

6,446

14.334

'

6

4,810
23,872
13,246
5,218
2,204
410
24

188,314

49,900

47,020

38,070

24,190

96
22,006
64,668
49,162
31,676
16,420
4,068
224
4

94
16,212
23,850
6,338
2,212
982
206

4,724
23,004
12,274
4,680
1,962
358
18

944
ll,842
14,060
7,566
3,042
592
22
2

104
4,302
8,754
6,948
3,310
716
46

10
1,220
4,670
4,618
2,592
670
18
2

358
1,928
2,710
1,686
466
30

68
766
1,466
1,186
330
26

12
362
1,468
1.656
718
48

9.774

2.884

2,764

1,942

1,026

534

274

130

220

86
868
972
538
242
52

8
340
640
534
324
96

86
316
332
224
68

22
150
174

2
60
92
88
30
2

2
22
52
46
8

I

39,294
268
7.278
12,732
9,494
5,798,
2.994
698
32

m.294
132,
17,056
39,986
27,334
16,782
8,624
2,238
140
21

103,044
86
15,404
37,192
25,090
15,282
7,840
2,014
W6

- 1

1

I

350
1,244
794
322
152
22

688

10
1,242
4,820
4,792
2,742
708
18
2

W.800

12

a

4
2

z

3-50

38

6

8,356
262
4,224
2,716
746
264
122
20

12
16

2

94
16,562
25,094
7,132
2,534
1.134
228

2,968
2,104
1,326
356
12

EO

4
1,704
15,148
16,278
8,688
3,658
756
24
2

96
22,450
67,232
52.130
33,780
17,746
4,424
226
4

6

it stated

7,314
4
2.084
3,192
1,304
478
206
46

2

1Z

14
60
100
42
4

6.246

5.080

3.966

2,900

1,966

3,456

10

752
2,966
1,578
588
292
68
2

184
2.058
1,648
734
388
66
2

32
1,122
1,528
862
336
86

2
448
1,216
836
330
64

162
760
654
308

4

4

2

64
114
1,380
1,012
266
20

22,038

14,230

8,420

4,790

2,902

3,690

130
3,442
5.282
3,474
1,544
338
20

12
1,088
3,080
2,494
1,402
324
20

4
332
1.600
1,528
1,020

102
758
1.072
760
196
14

32
490
1,262
1,278
582
44
2
2.726

2

ao

28.946

27,060

120
ll,912
12,618
2,882
954
380
76
4

12
4,052
13,984
5,878
2,192
158
8

870
8,300
7,334
3,792
1.458
270
14

27,ll4

25,462

20,524

13,ll4

7,480

4,034

2,396

BO

6

10,914
12,072
2,724
902
350
68
4

3,616
13,260
5,614
2,074
738
146
8

708
7,598
6,958
3.598
1,398
250
14

ea
3,046
4,902
3,310
1,426
322
20

6
844
2,726
2,270
1,308
306
20

2
216
1,258
1,352
932
258
16

60
570
892
686
174
14

776

12
10
8
4
2

890
16

16
312
876
996
486
40

2
2

218
7.5
88
30
14
6

4

194
70
80
26

8
6
4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY
Table

2-29

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer Only to births occurrmg within the UNted States. Baaed on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother. Figures for age of mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

I

LmE-BIr5i

oww

~

2

3

4

25,042

6

5

bt stated

20,162

12,924

7,344

3,936

2,350

2,690

6
3,598
l3,ll2
5,472
2,006
702
138
8

704
7,508
6,822
3,518
1,354
242
14

88
3,020
4,838
3,258
1,390
312
18

6
838
2,690
2,228
1,264
298
20

212
1,236
1,318
910
246
14

60
556
880
668
172
14

16
310
868
982
476
38

420

362

190

136

98

46

36

4

1S

4
90
136
80
44
8

26
64
52
36

2
4
22
34
22
12
2

14
12
18
2

2
8
14

2
2

756

506

964

148

142
68
36
8

10

6

36
42
44
8

2
1,598
6
436
724
264
ll8
38
12

15,154
1,906
8,240
3,512
1,024
374
98

44
5,786
7,566
1,700
422
212
56
2

, and over

7

1.514
162
702
376
194
60
20

12.354

1.ll6

940

190
70
80
26
6
4
4

10
2
24

2

42
396
380
164
118
16

6
244
354
224
94
18

342
176
88
32

42
188
180
74
22

16
178
386
282
96
4
2

8,642

5,018

2,748

1,622

1,970

16
320
644
454
170
18

8
170
616
780
356

226

376
4,566
4,510
1,942
810
142
8

46

2

1,830
3,360
2,208
948
238
12

494
1,752
1,688
810
256
16

122
784
1,016
630
184
12

14,918

12,176

8,504

4.918

2,670

1,842
8,142
3,466

356
4,482
4,462
1,922
808
138
8

38
1,768
3,326
2,184
940
236
12

2
464
1,714
1,670
800
252
16

ll0
748
996
620
184
12

16
312
630
450
170
18

8
152
588
770
346
34
2

12

1,000

370
98

1,596

38
2
1,900

4

15,652

14,736

12,076

8,420

4,874

2,648

1,584

1,884

14

44
5,770
7,504
1,666
404
206
56
2

1,834
8,076
3,398
970
364
94

354
4,466
4,420
1,894

2
460
1,710
1,646
794
246
16

ll0
742
992
612
180
12

16
310
630
444
166
18

8
152
584
760
346
34

12

134
8

38
1,760
3,294
2,160
924
232
12

136

182

100

84

44

22

12

16

2

16

8

62

66

34
18

68
30

4
10

4

6

6
4
8
4

2

6

8
32
24
16
4

4
4
24

6

2
16
42
28
8
4

236

178

138

100

7s

26

70

2

64
98
46
24
4

20
84
48
20
2
4

8
62
34
24
8
2

30
38
18

12
36
20
10

8
14
4

18
28

2

800

6

2

2
6

4
2

226

10

4

10
10

4

693-004 0

- 63 - 3

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-30

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color,
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued
(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring v
mother. 1 pres for a

L

the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample.

and Nativity

Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to

I mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated a r e distributed)

m-mORDER
Total
5

1
49,988

13,136

12,184

10,068

6,490

36
7,444
18,026
12,484
7,289
3,614
1,040
56
4

34
5,224
5,934
1,370
378
140
50

2
1,766
6,332
2,758
958
290
74

376
3.676
3,634
1,602
624

76
1,448
2,472
1,638
676
178

46,748

12,498

20
6,844
16,996
ll,670
6,786
3,374
1.004
52
2

18
4,914
5,728
1,300
350
136
46
6

45,844

12,274

6

504
1,270
1,158
618
174
4

1,800

2
96
534

652
390
120

6

1.078

26
242
406
310

90
4

1,490

18

ll.508

-i
ll.222

904

224

286

46
320
268
164
88
16

22
114

3.30
46

3,380

50
1,322
2,312
1,560
644
176
2

388
1,164
1,062
594
168

9,366

5,974

322
3,392
3,410
1,506
580

50
1,310
2,290
1,520
630
172

1,600

922

2
62
454

16
188

14

6

4
C

1.2%

2

z
14

- 1
322
3,456
3,480

1

4

6

4.892
5,614
1.W
334

6,066

9,554

2 1
1,556
6,020
2,642
924
286
74

;ot stated

198
490
566
198
30

2

2
1,532
5,892
2,548
894
276
74
4

20
6,798
16,676
ll,402
6,622
3,286
988
52

3.728

and over

7

6

I

600

4
124

e
2

4

346
284
84
4

400

360
U8
4

3,318

1,578

906

1,194

2

1,038
572
162
4

2
62
450
592
354
114
4

16
184
344
276
82
4

124
392
468
182
28

92

62

22

16

12

8
24
22
6

4
8
6
4

4
2
8

z

8
4

ZOO

156

284

34

10
54

472
182
28

2

- I

156

188

386

1,156

12

4
6
L

2

Under
15-19

2

66
16
6

10

3,240

638

676

514

424

348

16

16
310
206
70
28
4
4

210
312

ll6

54
220
w4
60
26

26
126
160
78
32
2

116
106
96
24
6

30

2

600

1,030
83.4
498
240
36
4
2
71.434

158
13,372
24,126
15.836
10,154
5,864
1,796
126
2

2

34
4

80
52
30
2
2

6

26

74
90
94

6

16

60

2
2

19,242

16,436

148
9,124
7,368
1,744
598
WO
44

10
3,250
8.086
3,364
1,152
468

6

2

104

I

12.314

I

760
4,972
3,760
1,964
728
126

8,382

5,070

148
2,378
2,938
1,836
874
198

20
856
1,844
1.384
744
w2

1,056
658
156

94
590
872
546
170

10

10

IO

10

3,294

2,282

4,216

lea

22
446
1,270
1,620
782
74

Ct

70
284
1,130

20
22

IC
4

2

65,300

17,998

114
12,014
22,312
14,570
9,222
5,294
1,654

32.4
8,350
7,068
1,680
548
192
40

i

7,546

4,426

2,872

1,952

220
962
940
592
148

62
482
750
498
152

10

8

2,840

1,940

218
958
932
582
140

62
482
742
496

150

10

8

3.582

194

~~

6

2,882
7,594
3,184
1,096
424
102
2

64,746

17,868

15,146

114
IL,982
22,164
14,396
9,llZ
5,224
1,634
ll8
2

114
8,326
7,004
1,658
536
186
38

u.8

2

6

2,876
7,538
3,136
1,080
412
102
2

606

100

10

4,592
3.594
1,858

2,016
2,710
1,706
818
186

674
1,604
1.250
684
194
10

10

ll,320

7,492

4,382

604

100
2,008
2,688
1,696
810
180
10

674
1,584
1,240
670
194
10

4,574
3,538
1,820
664

ll6

E6
E6
20
22

20
334
1,EZ
1,394
712
68
2

16

3,566

192

10

4

EE

20
334
1,044
1,388
710
68
2

E6
18
22

16
4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-31'

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued
(BY place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children horn alive to
mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)
mother. E we8 for q

-

LIVE-BIRIX ORDKR

AREA, ME OF MOIIW, COIDR, AND NAlWITf OF
wBITEM318w

Total

I

1

3

2

554

130

138

126

32
148
174
ll0
70
20

24
64
22
12
6
2

6

56
48
16
12

2
18
56
38
12

6.134

1,244

1.152

44

34
774
300
64
50
18
4

10
368
492
180
56
44
2

8

8
2
2

8
6
2

32

8'
22
10
8
6

20
10
14

2
4
8
10

868

836

644

422

330

634

154
380
166

48
362
228
130
56
12

10
182
240
134
60
18

64
168
116
66
8

32
108
122

2
ll2
218
226
70

106

52
10

48
18
2

40
1,464
2,738
1,884
946
182
4

8

10

252
3,530
4,098
2,330
1,014
176
22

590
1,810
1,424
752
200
6

6
226
1,026
1,ll4
608
192
12

2
72
1,084
2,258
2,010
766
48

13,100

10,876

7,320

3 * 924

2.150

1,128

1,396

38
5,716
6,296
1,402
456
154
24

2
1,872
6,942
2,860
1,002
342
76
4

386
4,174
3,848
1,694
670
96
8

62
1,682
2,794
1,828
796
142
16

4
448
1,362
1,244
712
150
4

776
460
134
2

24
254
466
280
98
6

446
564
218
12

13,918

12,898

10,740

7,214

3,868

2,130

1,ll2

1,380

38
5,688
6,230
1,356
430
152
24

2
1,862
6,872
2,788
966
330
74
4

384
4,146
3,790
1,664
654
94

4
448
1,344
1,220
700
148
4

118
652
772
454
132

8

62
1,664
2,762
1,794
780
138
14

2

24
250
462
276
94
6

4
152
438
556
218
12

106

56

20

16

16

18
24
12
2

8
4
6
2

4
4
4
4

8
8

2.u
15,000
31,020
21,142
12,926
6,766
1,766
108
6

208
9,822
8,634
1,874
568
224
36
2

10
3,742
9,704
3,570
1,240
430
96
4

53,996

14,086

40
8,046
19,694
13,336
7,912
3.978
938
52
53,276

1,U8
6,792
4,932
2,104
782

ll8

ll.422

ll8
660

8

10

4

4

202

136

40
182
238
166
76
16
2

28
66
46
26
2

1C
7c
72
36
12
2

2
28
58
30
16
2

7,282

5,698

4,980

4,102

3,334

2,640

2,056

170
4,106
2,338
472
ll2
70
12
2

E

1,87C
2,761
71C
23E
BE
2c

732

36
1,016
1,376
640
234
32

8
472
1,15c
64f
292

2

190
1,848
1.304
502
218
34
6

4

6
202
772
648
328
94
6

2
6E
932
1.812
1,44E
54E
3E

23,552

6,080

5,31E

4,528

3,282

1,856

1,oBC

55E

71C

16
3,308
8,152
6,052
3,66C
1,85€
484
24

16
2,400
2,726
632
208
80
16
2

6s

2,73c
1,251
461
152
3:

16C
1,634
1,65E
73c
284
62

32
734
1,210
852
380
74

4
188
714
564
290
90
6

5C
3K
374
23(
7c

2,618
1,084
41C
Il2
22

4
2

66

16

152

168

56
6

10

6

720

34.956

2

6

6,246

15,856

,t etated

2

3,184

18,796

8,006

16

44

4,790

21,368

19,512
13,098
7,746
3,902
922
50

12

54

7,258

88,952

40

and over

7

6

5

4

4.85C

6
6
4

16

4
2
6
4

E

If
121
211

174
2t
t

94
24E
25;
101
1(

144
24
72
22
10
14
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-3 2

Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(Ey place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring witbin the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother. Figures for age of mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

mal

2

1

3

23,222

6,012

16
3,290
8,072
5,912
3,602
1,830
476
24

16
2,384
2,710
604
204
78
14
2

W,916

5,756

16
3,218
7,704
5,524
3,332
1,662
438
22

16
2,334
2,590
550

1,306

256

286

72
368
388

50
120
54

270

16

168

14
2

12
140
78
42
14

6

5

4

5.248

4,460

3,232

1,832

688
2,704

158
1,610
1,626
722
282
62

32
724
1,190
838
376
72

4
184
702

1,W8
456
150
32

558
288
90
6

and over

1,066

540

688

50
344
366
230
76

16
Ll8
204
170
26
6

2
88
244
242
102

984

496

632

48
322
344
208
62

16
ll6
186
150
22

2
84
824
218
96

6

8

44

56

2

4
20
24
6
2

rt stated

144
24
72
22

10

14
2

10

-

38

188

64
12
2

4,962

4,200

3,022

676
2,564
1,140
414
136
32

154
1,550
1,518
660
262
56

30
688
1,106
788
342
68

68

la

16

80
140
58
26

16

8

77.748
236
ll,780
25,128
19,614
12,458
6,744
1,698
88
2

28
4
2
2

20,620

666
518
270
88

4
60

108
62
20
6

-

82

2
36
84
50

4
36
40

18

34

18

4

2

2
22
22
22
14

20
4

50

24

14

16

zz

26
34
6
2

2
24
32
8
2

10
20
14
4

4
12
6
2

4
8

4
8
4

10

2
844
4,812
4,888
2,900

2,814
8,086
4,868
1,978
798
164

1,168

4

10

60,310

16,830

15,584

12,084

54
7,936
19,544
15,766
10,052
5,498
1,388
72

52
5,746
7,472
2,312
842
318
86
2

1,764
6,746
4,400
1,788
734
146
6

58,314

16,354

14,984

54
7,874
19,034
9,584
5,206
1,330
66

52
5,710
7,268
2,162
792
282
86
2

1,742
6,526
4,226
1,672
682
132
4

1,996

476

600

468

62
510
600
468
292
58
6

36
204
150
50
36

22
220
174

4
66
168
162
52

9,810

5.796

3,424

196
2,224
3,190
2,528
1,392
270

24
962
1,966
1,594
1,018
220
12

6
390
1,084
986
766
180

7,590

4.006

2.122

60
1,272
2,584
2,224
1,204
238

8
364
1,290
1,276
866
190
12

10

12

2

6
4
2

2

2

10

2

6

68

14,910

66

22
10
12

4

68

18,728

132
20

100

260

282
14

15,166

4

180

6

2
330

1,732

E8

1,828

2,564

102
524
652
412
132
6

40
490
858
804

1,012

1,034

48

12
102
258
422
222

24
4
4
6
2

6

12
196
400
290
108
6

2,066

984

1,020

42

12
194
390
278

20

10

350

14
28

10
6

6
4

22

2

2

350
3,540
4,290
2,582
1,056

250
14

U,616

8

7,362

3,886

8
102
588
678
602
146

18

2

ll6

52
14
2

34s
3,474
4,122
2.420

1.004
234
14

16

60

8

1,258
2.516
2,156
1,134
232

362
1,266
1.230
830

l.80

102
576
664
576
142

104

12
102
256
414
218

6

10

6

6

I8

228

120

56

28

14

14
68
68
70
6
2

2
24
46
36
10
2

12
14
26
4

8

2
4
E

2

fi

4
2

2
10

2

12
4

8

4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-3 3

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color,
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued
:

and Nativity

(By place of resldence. Data refer only to births occurring withm the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Lwe-birth order refers to number of children born ahve to
mother. I pres fo; age of mother not stated and nativity of white motheriot stated are dstributed)
AREA, ME OF

mm, COLOR,

LIIIE-BIRTH 0

I I I

AND nATNppy OF

WBElmmR

3

2

17,438

3,790

3,144

182
3,844
5,584
3,848
2,406
1,246
310

172
2,136
1,012
282
u 4
62

10
1,050
1,340
468
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2,220

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31,752
30,054
20,542
10,982
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1,720
2,054
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1,474
1,148
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46,454

43,830

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50,220
32,644
16,992
4,336
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218
17,154
20,884
5,510
1,844
696
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16

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56
9,780
34,946
33,256
22,740
12,204
3,336

1,302

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676
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496
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34
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52
68
26

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38
26

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and over

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252
322
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1,530

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34,432
32,866
82,500
12,074
3,292
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14

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40

30

26

110,662

2
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36
26

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52
68
26
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342

254

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168
108
38
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98
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64
26
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21,846
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29,890
20,326
10,854
2,910
140
8

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216
1,700
2,032
1,520
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310
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18

18

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2

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1,466
1,144
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38,306

26,760

16,474

9,340

5,126

6,798

6

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21,936
10,686
3,876
1,570
296
16

1,200
13,434
13,310
6,896
2,878
566
22

188
5,548
9,954
7,162
3,184
694
30

22
1,942
5,780
5,148
2,858
708
16

548
2,770
3,418
2.044
534
26

158
1,292
1,948
1,324
374
30

910
2,348
2,434
1,018
50

171,832

41,810

39,938

34,904

14,400

7,780

4,046

4,704

76
20,128
58,352
45,102
29,124
14,966
3,914
180

76

4,368
20,314
9,948
3,592
1,424
278
14

830
12,018
12,424
6,478

348
2,172
2,960
1,796
480
24

74
890
1,554
1,138
352
28

10
468
1,540
1,792
850
44

14,790
19,460
5,062
1,670
626
122
4

2,610
522
22

'tknnnchueetts did not. require reporting of birth order. Birth order dnta s h m are for births in other

24,196

100
4,664
9,108
6,678
2,974
644
28
States

18
1.440
5,022
4,638
2,602
664
16

64

16

to residents of Massachusetts.

38

28
8
4
4
4

54
12
24
8
4
4
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-3 4

Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By pkce of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born auve to
mother. Figures for age of mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

I

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4

5

23,264

13,870

164,778

40,lBO

38,042

33,426

70
19,772
56,636
43,176
27,466
13,834
3,656
168

70
14,520
18,762
4,646
1,514
546
118
4

4,300
19,646
9,334
3,228
1,274
246
14

822
ll,760
11,910
6,064
2,360
488
22

4,600
8,874
6,336
2,732
598
24

7,054

1,630

1,896

1,478

6

6

80
4

68
668
614
364
150
32

8
258
514
414
250
34

4,644

3,892

3,402

346
1,736
1,926
1,658
1,132
258
32
W,320

270
698

416
156

2,026
422
16

142
2,364
1,424
448
174
70
20
2

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3,906
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3

3,904

4,526

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1,416
4,920
4,450
2,442
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346
2,152
2,856
1,682
454
24

72
866
1,518
1,084
338
26

10
466
1,498
1,710
802
40

24

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530

266

142

178

2

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2.34
342
242
46
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102
188
160
54
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20

104

2
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46
54
14
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82
48
4

100

2.564

2.074

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12

114
26

1.560

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598
458
248
54
2

84
402
354
186
22
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2

2

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2,094

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1,622
738
284

145
18
2

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1,416
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418
268
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88

884
846
484

WO
50
2

16,626

11,974

305
5,802
6,226
2,868
1,134
266
24

46
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4 674
3z246
1,356
386

4
502
758
510
256

44

2,616

28
442
808
642
168
6
3,490

7,750

4,626

16

634
2,652
2,706
1,368
364
26

146
1,288
1,704
1,102
364
22

26
476
976
772
342
24

4
274
1,156
1,296
712
48

16,368

12,762

7,620

4.524

2,534

3.350

40
2,170
4,602
3,214
1,334
386
16

6W
2,600
2,670
1,356
364
26

144
1,248
1,662
1,088
360
22

20
448
944
756
342
24

4
254
1,096
1,256
692
48

8
12

2

302
5,676
6,148
2,832
1,126
262
22

7,522

4,446

2,498

3,300

38

142
1,244
1,636
1,054
20

20
444
936
738
336
24

4
254
1,084
1,230
682
46

36

50

4
8
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6

12

18,788

24
5,852
10,260
2,568
798
280
66
4

82,884

19,486

l8,OOZ

16,020

11,572

24
7,936
28,370
22,020
14,322
7,522
2,530

1,764
9,740
4,498
1,366
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114
2

302
5,604
5,998
2,752
1,092
250
22

40
2,150
4,528
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1:296
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160

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5,816
10,106
2,462
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262
64
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596
2,582
2,626
1,332
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340

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120
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156
68
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18
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7,514

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and over

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4,638
1,462
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72
32
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2
258

14

20
60
40
20

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-3 5

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity

of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued
(By place of residence. Data refer only to birtk
mother.

AREA, AOE OF WTE&

COWR, AMI NA!PNTCY OF
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688

516
198

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2

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2

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9,696
2,458
756
332
86

2

2

2

2

21,oop

29,308
20,240

322
26

2

83,824

12,646

2,108
1,188

346
1,350
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142
6

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.

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2,532
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278
766
972
456
44
2
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6

648
2,014

1,868

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294
26

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718
218
6

34

446
682

508
198
12

14
278
758
962
450
42
2

32

2
10
12
6
2

30

2
10
12
4
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-3 6
Table 2-11. Live

Births by Age of Mother, Live-3irth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only t o Wtbs seeming within #theUnitedstates. Based on a 50-aercent samde. Live-birth order refers to number of children born aHve to
mother. . apes for ag
mother not 9tated.ananativityof &e mothernot stated are distributed)

-

1

.
2

1,142
46
328
300

248
166
52
2

-

13,232
126
2,646
4,110
3,038
2,004

1,034
264
8
2

302
34
124
70
48
20
6

--

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320
11,462
776
180
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3

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10

290

124

2

8

3
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16
46
36
16
10

2,410

L,.982

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94
50
16

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34

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274
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56
66
60

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422
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5

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2,630

1,51f

776

998

82

18

424
55E
362
e4

172
316
196
72
2

4
148

24
3,4,306
946
228
98
26
2

2
294
974
838
412
108
2

6

330
340
168
8

14

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table

2-3 7

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to birth

mother.

:curring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
f mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)
ures for 4

M

I

32.948

8,464

lot stated

3

2

8,202

6,50E

4,356

2,43€

928
4,470
1,880
636
224
60

132
2,372
2,53c
924
44E
94

12
860
1,734
1,062
546
138

22c
9oc
811
394

4

E

4

8,026

6,378

4,276

916
4,394
1,830
610

13C
2,338
2,484
89E
432
9c

14

LE

3-8
4,034
12,240
8,570
4,768
2,550
134
34

2,956
4,23c
914
22C
9E
2E

32,330

8,314

16
3,992
12,038
8,386
4,678
2,482
706
32

18
2,93c
4,16C

d

4

e

1,702
1,050
532
130
4

618

15c

176

128

80

44

22

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42
202
184
90
68
28
2

L

14
32
12
14

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4
14

8
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88C

21c
9c
26

2E
7c
34

1c
8

226
56

12

L

76
50
26
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46
26
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4

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2,394

838

Zlf
88C

2
94
282
306
148

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1%

6

8

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284

336

242

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76
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88
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1,626

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286
348
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84
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8,084

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14
1,310
2,896
1 970
1:178
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146

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920
896
298
120
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6
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608

210

192

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182
168

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7,llO

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1,174
2,552
1,700
I,046
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128
6
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850
824
276
ll6
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252
894
408

68
546
494

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250

78
20

98
24

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226
296
220
82
24

6,758

2,020

1,714

1,410

814

8
1,154
2,450
1,592
970
454
122
6
2

8
246

68
524
462
240
92
24

4

374
134
72
20

IO

6

1,480

854

454

46
144

158
88
18

2
2

836

776
254
96
42
6

868

352

108

96

20
102
108
76
40
6

14
48
22
20
4

26
34
24

10

74
24

6

6

6

22
32

432

46

2

6 1

2
2

14
2

12
e46

2
8

8

1.586

526
454
188

2
94
290
310
156

82
14

138

8

2
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-3 8
Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to birth
mother.

:curring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
ures for a(
I mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

mal

974

180

6
136
344
270

6
70
72

132

68

-22

4
6

18

13,914

3,398

16
1,850
4,630
3,726

16
1,324
1,486
356
132
58

2,186
1,160

336
8

3

2

1

26

4

222

146

38
108
54
14

18

6
2

4

3,178
346
1,536
872
294
106
24

5

150

7

6

90

and over

80

32

8

2

62

60

14
40

8

20

26

28
2

22
38
10
14
4

6

52

20

8

22

6

6
4

24

1,040

482

268

282

16
350
352
210
52

20
138
196
96
30

1,760

78
940
994
428
196
48

8
312
672
486
226

56

3,384
16

1,842
4,612
3,710
2,168
1,160
336
8
2

1,318

13,320

3,280

16
1,812
4,456
3,550

16
1,296
1,430
338
122
56
22

2,082

1,082
316
4

1,484
356
126
58
26

3,166

2,664

346
1,528
870
292
106
24

76
932
988
424
196
48

1,754

8C
9c
2C

1,038

482

266

76
348
352
210
52

20

138
196
96
30

4
72
8C
9c
2C

30
156
160

86
78
20

2

3,014

2,570

344
1,474
808

266
98
24

3.52

94

22
54
la
4

2

2

54
62
26

36

2

8

4

244
134
18

256

100
64
6

1,694

988

460

26C

264

8
304
644
476
208
54

76
336
338
190
48

18
136

4
71
78
86
2C

24
82
94
58

16

790

90
184

92
30

26

18
10
2

60

50

22

6

8

6

254
230
130

72
14

12
14

2

4

20

2

2

2

14

12
4

2
4

4
6

c

6
2

2

6

2

2

4

2

2

L

2
2

2,364

2,832

280
1,154
1,564
1,178
278

76
536
81C
742
186

24
398
1,026
974
392

10

14

18

3,374

1,604

1,648

118
680
1,282
1,036
252

22

242
576
594
162

12
148

6

8

20

2

8

6

2
2

8
6
4

4

36.006

35.992

27.726

16.660

154
8 592
17&
6,404
2,550
942
a8
8

6
2,726
14,158
11,520
5,212
1,988
368

32

4

8
26
6
18

12

2

14

.-

2

18
16
18

2

12

9.062

634
6,558
10,164
6,836
2,906
592
36

104
2,514
5,380
5,262
2,740

10
798
2,646
3,058

622

38

508
26

24,552

14,366

7,448

288
5,210
9,246
6,456
2,746
570
36

38
1,656
4,620
4,838
2,588
588
38

4

2,016

4.466
2

272
50
95
E6

32
20

c

2

116,692

31,670

31,888

48
8,790
35,334
33,630
23,652
12,208
2,888
140

46
6,634
15,512
5,914
2,364
888

2

2

24
82

2

104

14

162

022

4

60

160
12,118
41,644
38,268
26,350
13,506
3,170

218

2

4

135.380

256
244
134
78
16

94

2

534

26
84
100
64
6
2

8

312
670
482
226
56

822

94

2

16

8

4

74

2

13,854

14

36

2,684

st etated

204
8

1,786
12,306
10,684
4,896
1,854
348
10
2

24

536
660
282
10

242
40
92
62
28
14
6

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-39

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-CCpntinued
(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring anthin the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother. Figures for ;y
E mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

mal
6

rot stated

4

22,912

13,544

7,140

3,208

1,524

1,574

226

282
5,008
8,720
5,908
2,440
522
32

38
1,608
4,456
4,504
2,372
532
34

4
394
1,986
2,574
1,716
444
22

lla
664
1,216
974
230
6

22
232
560
552
160
8

12
146
510
632
264

40
86
58
22
14
6

2,606

1,640

822

308

166

80

74

188
1,W8
772
318
108
12
2

50
706
980
558
266
46

6
202
526
548
306
48
4

48
164
334
216
56
4

12
48
102
112
32
2

16
66
62
22

10
26
42
2

2
26
28
18

L3,688

4,436

4,104

3,174

760

1,184

112
3,328
6,310
4,638
2,698
1,298
282
22

108
1,958
1,626
490
186
54
14

4
940
1,852
836
316
134
20
2

54

760
424
152
34

12
250
490
314
110
8

29,942

7,196

6,700

5,468

3,690

40
4,678
10,404
7,304
4,390
2,376
696
54

38
3,202
2,866
742
230
84
32
2

2
1,174
3 542
1:312
484
150
36

236
2 340
1:7&
786
286
56
2

56
1,038
1,468
758
304
66

26,590

6,590

6,160

4,542

3,312

30
4,244
9,374
6,430
3,834
2,058
580
40

28
2,900
2,656
684
212
76
32
2

2
1,078
3,248
1,204
448
144
36

206
2,070
1,614
726
272
52
2

52
910
1,300
708
276
66

25,460

6,346

5,946

4,714

3,150

28
4,164
9,028
6,118
3,604
1,934
548
36

28
2,846
2,546
636
188
68
32
2

202
1,988
1,534
696
244
48
2

50
882
1,238
658
260
62

1,130

228

162

4
82
80
30
28
4

2

108,442

29,032

29,282

48
8,546
33,222
31,108
21,668
11,068
2,652
128
2

46
6,446
14,374
5,142
2,046
780
192
6

2

1,736
11,600
9,704
4,338
1,588
302

8,250

2,538

244
2,112
2,522
1,984
1,140
236
12

10
2

1,058
3,146
1,160
412
. l 3 4
36

5

2,294

1,614

346

66

1,348
9l8
380
160
22

858

6
392
612
382
188
32
2

2
162
474
282
142
26
4

294
234
148
24
6

10

944

1.984

6

132
566
498
296
64
8

36
298
332
200
74
4

24
232
656
738
302
32

2,022

1,298

742

1,502

102
442
426
268
54
6

24
230
250
172
62
4

20
186
498
560

1,222

714

1,416

96

20
174
462
538
204

6

24
220
246
160
60
4

86

76

28

86

2
28
62
50
16
4

16
28
24
14
4

28
24
12
6

10
4
12
2

12
36
22
12
4

342

266

202

482

80
152
78
26
4
2

30
124
72
28

12
68
82
28

10

12

4
46
158
178
86
10

244

214

54
110
48

230

24

124
32
4

8

2
20
102
44
36
10

3,352

606

540

526

378

10
434
1,030
874
556
318

10
302
210
58
18
8

96
294
108
36
6

30
270
148
60
14
4

4
128
168

116
14

1,092

I

1,564

2
80
346
312

-

2,364

7

and over

3

1

SO
28

4
416
920
638
314
66

4
336
768
560
288
62
4
1,936
4
320
740
536
274
58
4

4
8
2
6
2

216

22

16
4

414
402
256
48

.

6

2
4

18

6

2

2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-40

Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother. Figures for age of mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

Total

~

1

2

3

I

5

6

7

23,792

12,496

7,018

8,232

8

2
208
1,618
2,564
1,9?4
608
24

68
1,084
2,992
2,922
1,072
94

5,430

5,900

101,628

95,030

70,862

43,016

390
33,854
u5,232
102,572
67,404
34,306
8,320
430
12

376
24,448
48,256
18,362
6,886
2,638
624
38

8
7,520
38,568
30,120
12,932
4,914
932
36

4
1,550
17,844
25,634
16,986
7,286
1,482
70
6

240
7,w2
14 692
12:680
6,748
1,602
50
2

34
2,462
7 484
7:804
4,736
1,202
68
2

313,314

88,536

37,142

19,880

362,520

83,724

62,270

154
19,566
43,066
16,560
6,204
2,372
578
36

5,396
33,526
27,730
l.l,768
4,424
848
32

2
876
14,368
23,164
15,688
6,712
1,390
68
2

104
5,076
12,728
U,564
6,146
1,472
50
2

79,554

8

.

672
3,454
4,482
3,038
790

50

and over

10,024

14

1 562
6 014
6,844
4 282
1:104
58
2

5,602

384

76

140

1,940
1,558
494
20

36
596
1,952
2,108
836
74

24

18,846

9,586

5,268
31,446
24,688
10,024
3,682
704
30

104
4,946
12,124
10,796
5,526
1,324
40
2

14
1,546
5,830
6,476
3,926
998
54
2

4
354
2,374
3,582
2,570
658
42
2

26,024

8,982

7,882

4,784

2,280

1,034

438

302

298

2
858

2
722
3,776
2,624
1,224
526

130

16
184

4
88

2
28
78
152
38
4

2
4
96
134
56
6

1,588

2,332

8

2

8
628
1,556
1,568
868
142
14

49,206

13,092

I4306

8,592

234
7,848
11 014
Et136
7,470
3,672
790

222
4,882
5,190
1,802
682
266
46
2

8
2,124
5,042
2,390
1,164
490
84
4

2
674
3,476
2,470
1,298
574
92
2
4
19,480

12,368

7,078
54
1,442
2,584
1,820
956
222

3,866

38
4

u1,eeo

768
620
148

368

150

356
106

30

4

146
48
2

5,874

3,912

136
1.926
1;964

20
900
1,470
960
454
98

4
314
992
750
322
84

10

6
4,384

1,U6
602
130

32,778

27.162

382
14,532
12,978
3,450
988
366
78
4

16
5,042
12,174
6,530
2,396
822
174

1,342
7,312
5,926
3,312
1,334
244

8

10

282
3,608
4,164
2 686
1:328
288
12

76.850

25,128

22.108

14,554

8,246

86
13,326
27,838
18,748
10,374
5,064

2
2,744
9,644
5,752
2,098
710
150

556
4,846
4,888
2,910
1,132
222
10

78
1,776
2,882
2,138
1,U2
248

70

84
9,914
10,916
3,006
836
306
62
4

75,842

24,862

20,766

14,360

8,120

3,822

86
13,268
27,452
18,432
10,204
5,006
1,324
70

84
9,882
10,752
2,956
818
304
62
4

2
2,722
9,514
5,628
2,042
704
146
8

552
4,776
4,826
2,864
1,122

78
1,760
2,830
2,106
1,090
244

18
482
1,332
1,188
628
174

8

.-

220
10

2,472

46
146

UO
C8
30
8

46

1,040

98
66
26
8

C

12

z

8

38

2

398
22,270
38,420
26,004
15 336
8:128
2,196
126
2

1,344

40s

5,128

34,862

U O

30
8

38
600
2,048
2,242
892
80

2
868
13,740
22,608
14,120
5,844
1,248
54
2

604

124
78

78
1,068
2,018
1,710
532
24

57,486

128

2
52
152

4
358
2,462
3,732
2,716
706
44
2

75,842

8,142
5,988
3,548
792
50

446

~

152
18,844
39,290
13,936
4,990
1,846
468
28

6,644

atated

2

154
25,148
91,574
82,294
53,946
27,086
6,738
342
8

287,290

Dt

~~

18

1,ao

724

184
8

1,826

30
484
944
680

6
E

14
IO

180
14

2,838
2
204
884
970
580
190

8

898

5,728

56
818
1,950
2,012
814
76
2

64

16
20
16
4

6

z

1,188

30

6
104

14
8

486

134

1,556

556
562
444
122

2
16
196
310
274
94

8

6

324
452
280
22

1,808

892

1,178

34

6

14
12

104

8

1,196
634
176

12

12

626
1,632

2
130
550
546
284
76

U8
8

2
16
196
308
270
94

6

16

322
448
276
22

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

'Tible

2-41

2-11. Live Births by Age :03 Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of white Mofher: Each State, 1961-Continued

,BYd a c e of residence.

Datarefer only to births occurringwithin themnited States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born ahve to
r mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated a r e distributed)

266
58
386
316
170
58
20

3

2

1

I

4

194

342

126

44

4
24

32

22

4

164

130

70

16

50
18
2

124
56

62
46
10
2

52
32
22
4

6

4

4,322

7,650

6,054

298
4,618
2,062

14
2,298
2,530
778
298
112
24

786
2,466
1,038
402
202
32

1,282
548

3,524

3,048

444
152
60
16

-

3,846

4,926

204
3832

7

6

5

I

18

and over

6

10

2
4

2

4

8
6

6

2

4

3,212

2,558

1,940

4,540

492
1,076

188
688

50
714
1,626
1,560
534
54
2

-

bt stated

4

4

4

36
9558

1,ZZB

648

216
40

ea4
322
46

280
62

660
306
96
2

2,SOS

1,528

854

596

6

126
590
492
230
80
10

42
238
318
198
56
2

2,212

1,470

ll6

854

10

8

1,442

1,852

390
114

26
12
2

378
1,972
828
228
92
26

70
1,228

1,080
458
180
30
2

-

3,724
8
1,376

1,816
374

m
26

u

3,420

2,942

8
1,366
1,780
362
98
24

Iz

358
1,922
800
226
88
26

6B
1,164

9.0

36
!.E
LZ

-3

84

212
4

280
300
176
12

806

552

750

6

2

116
194
164
68
4

70
234
270
164

166
70

3.80
30

12
426
944
558
192
74

2

-

6

LO

40
216
300
192
56
2

2,874

2,170

1,440

792

542

732

L14
550
466
220

40
216
298

6
ll6

184

164
64
4

2
70
230
262
158

1,
446

3,356

564
476
224
80

2
2
2
2
2

10

10

356
1,886
780
222
86
26

88

1,150
1,020
436

170
28

64

-

2
36
20
4
2

%

188

2

10

52
2

60

30

14

10

18

14
32
10

14
10

2

10

4

8

2
72

2

6

138

-

2

3,652

12
498
982
574
194
80

80

2
2
2
2
2

10

2

2

6

4
8

4

4

6

48

44

104

14
46
30
22
2

F

-

88
194
194
3.32

rsF

20
50
28
2

2
64
28
12

--4

-

2

57,692

229,920

335

37,398
19,112
4,968
222
4

106

15

20

28,832

1W

36

.so

E
:;

z 2

'

328
20,2@&
26,788

7,026

32
$8

10

26

22

22

16

16

18

2
6

6

18
6

45,668

30,594

17,760

10,096

1,578
15,664
16,154

292
6,704
ll,228
7,996
3,612
724
36

38
2,226
6,022
5,552
3,136
762
24

2
706
3,034
3,486
2,800
632
36

4

-55,384
8
6,702

26,888

2,222
894
222

14,W
5,360
1,986
370

8

6

58

8,164

3,358
728
20

2

2
2

5,480

7,166

184
1,378
2,064
1,392

42
884

82

16
2,550

2,532

448

1,078

14

78

32
24
4
2
4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-42
Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother. Figures for age of mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

Total

1

41,520

27,348

206

5,456
24,694
13,188
5,006
1,856
342

8

6

1,154
13,790
15,086
7,638
3,150
684
I8

146
5,508
10,142
7,408
3,416
692
34
2
26,704

52,446

156

156

24,462

17,672
25,042
6,500

202

2,040
822

-

4
51,204

49,028

40,494

1556
24,242
69,864
52,492
32,416
16,718
4,406

156
17,502
24,482

5,420
24,180

13,626

196

4,720
1,732
310

200

8

6

200,558

6,180

1,920
760

144
5,432
9,968
7,3,272

1,146

12,660

14,724
7,350
2,988

664

644
16

34

220

1,330
1,482
1,132
670
184

1,242

1,520

170
560
320

1,026

36
514
528

120

286

62
10

124
32

180
4,370
8,040
5,840

3,850
1,664
378
20

2
76
174
220
144

8
288
162
40

28

3,246

5,246
172
2,532
1,746
526
la2

72
16

15,188

104
10,164
19,100
u,546
5,966
3,202

168

892

54

1,246
2,194
876
354
130

424
1,874
1,068

6,262
5,-

1,154
388
152
30

28

15,146

8,302

4,280

5,330

1,584

678
24

424
2,392
2,934
1,954
564
34

98
930
1,658
1,178
402
14

292

128

88

12
58

2
20
48
48
10

20

5,102
4,922
2, e l 6

2,002

574
34

14
28
24
4
2

4

70
10

10

28

514
1,720
2,076
944
64
2

22
4
2
4

74

6

-

4
U O
78
34

666

la

2
280

44
2

2

2ca

I

2,322

862

9,568

I

5,574

520
242
50

30
24

2
6
30
28

22

8

U2

1,762

12

622
504

198
58

86

so

436
376
190
24

364

2

2,922

2,294

1,632

800
428
126

1,016

1,752

2

120
598

8

38
314
320
250
e4
10

1,086

610

528

310
66

G

14

2

748
402
128
8

2,060

6,226

2,632
758

360
3, J18
2,878

42
1,146

316

512

72
2

106

1,822
1,072
458
96

4

6

1,286

6,226

5,542

=,e36

8,298

2,

354
3,280
2,814
1,250
494

6,144

4,568

22
200

2
18
12
10

558
656
278
36
2

8

960

42

10
66

16

8

850
612
352

328
312
254

172
196

98
288
372

ll8

60
6

62
4

168

6

2,276

1,078

602

934

16

8
98

12

280

8

26

40

10
344
848
3pB

102

u.8

66
324
368
254

4

6

6

60
6

172
192
158
60
4

18

8

8

26

4
2

l4

2

4

692

54
2

-

688

166

230

166

66

56

36
76
54
16
4

12

82

6
38

86

E4

36

36
18
4

2
8
34
10
8
4

66
2

-

160

1,138

372
148
30

2,546
722
308

602

358

164
26

6

2
2

10
4

42

14

2

8

14
12
8
8

346

1,778
1,062
450
92

1,lzo

-

12
520
1,750
2,104
952
64
2

630

526

-

13,350

146

9,708
4,856
2,518

I

98
942
1,688
1,202
424
14

2

58

58
20

426
2,412
'2,982

20

76

58

13,496

124

1,596
5,160
5,032
2,894
712
24

1,U6

58

206
224

5,404

12
508

43,130
8,692

4,368

1,196

13,662

16,550

lot stated

and over

8,430

l,OS6
588
196
32

74

58
8,748
16,756
9,932
4,980
2,576
712
54
2

15,438

I

2

-

51,ffiz

644

E4
362

2

24,342

7

6

2

4
5,020

5

50,548

205,578

n,194
53,974
33,548
17,448
4,590

&I=

LIVE-BIRIIIORDER

4
4

8

8

SECTION 2 - NATALITY
Table

2-43

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer Only tQbirths.occurring anthin the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
pres for a
I mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)
I

LNE-BIRTB ORDER

Total
2

1

31,538
34
5,938
14,29C
8,75C
5,06C
2,666
75c

sc

1,284

1,104

940

628

546

40
836
502
90
38

2

2
150
556
250
96
40
10

20
422
3L6
114

2
54
210

60

2
162
266
136
50

8

10

402
612

16

116
52
30

4

10

-

9,152

1,646

4,958

1,342
4,926
1,956
626
232
70

258
3,088
2,592

32
1,256

1,lJ.o

1,208
612

9,956

8,896

4,864

280
106
24
4

1,286
4,816
1,894
606
228
66

192

22
142
124
90
22
6

14
102
210
284
U O

1,282

698

888

100

304
62

28
132
216
178
74

4
112
284,
314
158

4

6

10

16

2,489

1,210

636

790

296
854
788
442
100
4

52
380
420
290

250
286
148

6

22
122
252
156
74
10

156

56
6
2

rot stated

8

2
4
2

10
2

34
4,300
4,592
908
294
108
24
.4

8%

406

2

10,264

24
4,190
4,464

I and over

7

6

5

4

1,526

24
5,lM
i3,81e
8,408
2,552
732
50

3

460
134
4

1,715
128
6

4,806
234
3,008
2,540
2,084

446
130
4

2,624

26
1,212
1,660
1,LBZ
592
128
6

452

26

6

24
4

62

2
88

6
6

2
6

16

3s,248

9,690

8,624

7,256

4,684

2,434

1,114

610

754

22

24

24
4,150
4,328
808
252

1,264
4,730
1,806
550

230
2,960
2,488
1,026
424
124
4

26
1,204
1,632
1,336
562
120
4

296
835
172
428

52
374
408
212

2
66

62

4

6

LO

228
278
144
16

4
6
4
2

98

22
122
244
142
70

50

36

26

36

2

18

6
12
18

2
22
8
4

2

8
14
4

12

62

98

2

8

6
10
24
22

2
24
34

5,674
13,600
8,156

4,618
2,424
I04
48
1,000

100

zzz

24
4

62

266

272

190

22
86
88
56
16
4

4
48
52
58
22
6

66

40

278
252
246
128
28
2

136

1,290

308

256

2M)

10

10
1LO

56

128

UO

44

62
20
14
4

24
80
52
26
14
4

56
26
20

62,980

60,090

48,108

30,504

11,378

9,410

228
19,040
29,268
9,286
3,468
1,324
352
14

4
6,198
26,240
17,064
7,230
2,770
510
14

2
1,398
17,286
10,458
4,556
804
40

222
5,342
10,588
8,936
4,364
1,014
36

34
1,746
5,302
5,832
3,540
888
36

530
2,516
3,390
2,310

6

2

27,316

15,122

1, 720

U.0

14
1,168
4,950
5,346
3,290

2
288
1,836
2,916
2,076
552
38
2

56

28
6

2

-

23ti
26,918
76,950
64,044
43,258
22,706
5,830
312
14
214,614
109.
21,132
68,UO
58,028
39,446
20,844
5,346
296
8

8

28
46
30
8

16
14
2

2

14

240,270

6

13,558

56,754

54,950

43,790

96
15,872
27,244
8,130
3,220
1,254
324
14

4
4,790
24,074
16,130

2
936
ll,690
16,164
9,882
4,322
754
36
4

6,804

2,590
546

12

140

2

6

44

34
68
28
10

26
24
14

28

10

5,U8

6,490

192

144
1,168

42

l.8
80

118

56

1,498
478
24

2,U6
2,334
1,106
U O
4

22
10
2

4,088

4,132

142

4

8

616

38
2

1,806

2
4,214
9,518

a,326
4,138
976
34

azo

34

8

56

12

718

416

384
1,428
1,854
948

24

104

1,504

1,310

2

64
38
20
10

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-44

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued
(By place oi residence. Data refer only to births occurring
- within the United States. Based on a 50-11ercent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born allve to
mother. Figures for aj f mother not stated andnativitg of white mother hot stated a r e distributed)

AREA, POE

OF lm!rBKR,

cm,

WiImEKlPBER

AND

-

LTVE-BII(III WDER

OF

2

1

3

5

1

7

6
~~~

55,356
94

15,73E

26,652
8,326
3,032
1,196
324

14

1,398
2
134

592
414

le8
58
10

-

53,522
2
4,736
23,642
15,654
6>526
2,428
520
10

14
1,162
4,398
5,242
3,208
790
32

1,428

1,005

528

276

2
52
432
476
276
162
26

2
4
54
140
160
140
30

52
104
82
30

8

3 s

338
292
182
44
6

5,140

4,328

1,408
2,166
934
426
160

462
1,868
1,122
576
234
50
4
2

132
556
248

70
28

18,370
6

1,728
5,876
4,m
3,526
2,022

474
30

-

4
1,602
5,670
4,512
3,406
1,942
454
28

16,-

6
4244

2,300
676
272
u 2
34
4

334
2,016

1,

486
244
42

3,692

3,168

2,282

1,690

1,030

1,270

696

380

e4

12
182

2
86
138

2

306
1,882

50
866
1,246

448

806

220
28

372
78

556

2
2,080

lA

1,758

468

6

1,200

648

350

382

72
296

160

78
126
104

42
130

66

ll0

2

2

cge

170
142

108
80
32

596

io

6

178
l40
108
80
12

446

262

320
60
6

150
64

40

144
5a

6

2

8

1,150

634

336

360

5EE

76

40
126

7c
158
136
106
78
12

2

6

158
258
142
64

m

102

136

38
2

54

6

4

156

102

14

14

22

22
64
46
24

10
26

2

2

2

4

8

4

fl

2

2

22
10

2
10
1c
18

ia

42
2

272
160

30
2
20

40
16
10

4

752

-

18
40

72
158
168
62
8

2

64
56
30

12

2

2

1,uo

2

4
38

2,256

324
464
330
62
6

3,420

10

2

4

686
752
414
72

6
350

3,984

70
24

72

158
ti

4,288

22
100

82

162

2
8

8

480

736
404
70

240

104

54

852

26
275

22

234

2
312

le4

34

38
2
2

50
888
1,310

228

16

130

934

226

308
1,946
1,166
478
232
38

800

34

1,

1,070
610

2,182

2

3%

1,410

2,854

30
394
688

3,576

32

ci:

-

6
242
660
474

4,168

102

12

2,024
542

56
774
1,466
1,214
414

2

288
1,812

2

1,128

4
1,164
2,268
664
268
ll2
34
2

4
1,142
2,168
594
244

kit stated

4,EEO

36
2
2

m

ma OW

4,006

6

66
934
1,338
666
404
82

396
78
2

7,558

2

4,516

4
1,576
5,454
4,272
3,240
1,826
422
24

166
ll6
32

24
2

4,33

4,

14,846

106
4,160
9,378
8,166
3,998
946
34

2

3,168
2,024

26,788

928
11,556
15,826
9,590
4,140
710
30
4

6,226

42,784

i
~

2

8
4

4
2
2

4
132

166

lJ.6

100

50

30

6
22

2
8
12

86

2

80
32

12
4

2

26
70
46
8

16
46
28
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6

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2-4 6

Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-vercent samvle. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother. 1 ures f o i age of mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

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2-47

SECTION 2 - NATALITY
Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
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SECTION 12 - NATALm

2-4'8

%bk

211. Line Births by Age of Mo.fhe~,.Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
o f White Mother: Each Skate, 1961-,Conhued

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er
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2,220

6

2
138
592
768
532
184
4

520
1,416
1,192
712

208
14

974

1,412

46
62

70
18

14
2
2
ll8

20
26

6

268

140
406
540
294
24
2

322
290
62
6

28
42
12
12

2
2

SECTION 2 -.NATALITY
Table

2-49,

2-11. Live Births hy Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State,, 1961-Continued

(By place of residence. Data refer only t o birth! ccurringanthintke United States. Based.on a 50-percent sample. Uve-birth orderrefers to number-of children born alive to
mother. : w e s for a
if moiher not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed).

Totbl.

L

3

13,292

71,38Q

22,241

19,168

72

7c

2
2,446

=,168

8,P4

25,380
17,496
10,392
5,356
1,452
62
2

9,ffiC
2,784
914
33€
71

1,778

53E

100
506

7(
24c
131

158
156

506
368
260
38

23,896

.

2

51

4c

8,8l6

8,048

418
4,334
4,582
2,628
1,122
202

62

468

394

218

70

5E

12'

22

8
82
124
ll.4
56
10

22
66

4
12
18
28
8

-

-

1C

2
4

2
4
10
2

76
54
2

65,056

17,474

44

44

9,344
24,260
16,280
9,066
4,750
1,228

6,694
7,758
2,074

Z18
100
12
2

16,250

-

3,732

606
1,794
750
374
168
40

13,254

84
38
8

3,016
172
l,U4
958
434
194

44

8,500

84

252
44
4

61,238

16,620

15,442

12,566

32
8,812
23,104
15,224
8,388
4,446
1,154
78

32
6,358
7,478
1,928
540
238
42
4

2,000
8,228
3,454

1,168
498
84

388
4,854
4,302
1,996
832
186

10

8

902
224
10

58,312

15,926

14,644

ll,920

7,612

30
8,654
22,300
14,376
7 742
4:060

30
6,250
7,188
1,728
480
208

382
4,710
4,060
752

50
1,862
2,694
1,770
812

1,090

38

1,956
7,934
3,234
1,012
424
78

166

60

4

6

6

2,926

694

798

646

2

2
108
290
200

44

6

294
220

60

156

30
4

18
3.818

854

12
532
1,156

1,056
678
304
74
6

146
64
14
2

13L
581

754
50f

26
266
318
284
62

-

6

14
2f
E

6

2,398

h.712

1,198

22
800
872
454
228
40
2

f
352
69C

LIS

-

4,504

-

410

506
346

5E

188
38
2

ise

'2,ae

1,238

.

440

5,ll8
4,490
2,124
880
194
8

54
2,078
3,204
1,976
944
234
10

6
560
1,610
1,336
802
176

l?r

542
1 7E
14

8,012

4,160

2,212

50

6

1,928
3,010

484
1,484
1,246
754
172
14

2
102
658
754

1,888

6

10
10

18

6

732

816

508

680

2

238
32

8

6

170
482
498

6
4

-

3oa
104
4

-

>,OS4

w2
20

-

lJ-06

2

700

216

166

168

8

14

12

4

400

180

92

48

66
ll6
ll8

32

le

12

74
6
4

144
242
152
80
20
2

90

54

8

6

36
30
6
2

22
10
4

808

688

488

206

144

284

62
26

100
68
40

84
24
2

52
264

14

-

6 ,
68

2
8
22
18
10
8

4

150

128
48

8

10

76
126
90
48
4

-

34
74
62
34
2

-_

--

26

-

8
6
4
4
2

--

2

-

-

-

194
88
42

26

172

2
96
360
412
162

-

~

382
430

4

304

-

2
2

8
6
4
4
2

20

280
410

20
268,
388
272
94

188

-

8
32
318
472

2
102
640
718
478

140
336
222

-

28

6

344

6

1,390

i,osa

2

-

26
34
28

1,046

80

2
2
2

2
72
450
830

2,120

8

-

96

3,980

1,166

2
2

2,304

2

L36

20
28

402
530
292
24
2

282
98
4

1,e44

ll2

40

174
14

476
1,452

stated

138

2,140
8,564
3,676
1,252
522
86
10

646
386
64

6

6

-

NO%,

-

17L
4

1,136

9

1,394

268
4

4
1,554
1,798
620

804

962

516

4,308

848

2,16(

1,404
1,174
684
200
14

192
2,SSf
1,368
39c
146
62

158

5,998

8. an8 over

7

2,726
2,186

5,132

604

6

1,666

4,974
2,006
746
176
2

196
5,344
7,550
5,264
3,198
1,820
486
38

ie

5

4

2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-50

Table

2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1961-Continued

(BY
place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a IO-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
..
mother. E ures for age of mother not stated and,nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)

.

I

2

1
39,034

10,846

52
6,788
33,412
9,050
5,586
3,100
978
68

52
4,868
4,414
994
344
144
30

37.104

10,454

4

3
9,230

258
64

6,778
330
2,604
2,386
1,080
472
106

4

4,584

56

2,776

1,184
1,716
1,062
472
86
8

2
444
1,020
758
438
U O
4

ana over

I

6

5

1,720

1,056

100

2
28
292
392
248
86

4

8

2
142
552
582
338

It stated

2,020

24

10

2
8

192
652
730
396
40

10

24

8.922

6,488

4.292

2.580

1.582

944

1,818

1,432
4,432
2,044
692
256
62
4

294
2,482
2,U6
1,036
454
106

44
1,078
1,614
1,020
450
78
8

2
406
928

4

2
128
496
540
324
88
4

2
16
260
350
228
80
8

10
164
570
672
364
38

8,864

6,424

4,258

2,570

1,576

932

1,432
4,414
2,016
682
254
62
4

294
2,462
2,098
1,022
442
106

44
1,074
1,600
1,014
440
78

2
128
496
538
320
88
4

2
16
258
346
224
78

8

2
406
926
712
416
104
4

8

10
164
568
672
364
38

10

6

12

2

-

p

~~

38
6,426
12,852
8,608
5,262
2,942
93.0
66

38
4,648
4,292
976
332
140
28

36,856

10,392

38
6,416
12,786
8,526
5 210
2:906
908
66

38
4,638
4,268
958
324
138
28

248

62

58

64

34

10
66
82
52
36
2

10
24
18
8
2

18
28
10
2

20
18
14
12

4
14

6
10

2
6
2

2
4

2
4
4
2

1,930

392

308

290

292

196

138

n2

14

14
220
122
18
12
4
2

94
146
44
20
2
2

36
122
70
44
18

102
42
22
8

38
92
40
20
6

14
56
42
14
12

12
32
42
20

1,816

6

28
82
58
32
2

W,598

18,616

13,520

8,928

5,250

3,120

50
6,704
' U,962
2,936
926
338
66
4

2
2,002
ll,422
5 488
1:828
658
190
8

392
6,334
6,876
3,406
1,280
308
20

54
2,444
5,196
3,724
1,698
392
12

4
780
3,222
2,854
1,628
440
14

196
1,536
1 938
1:184
376
20

660
1,228
862
304

16

22
442
I 390
1i578
796
54

94.540

22.222

20,934

18,052

13,008

8,512

4,982

2,864

3,884

36
2,266
5,016
3,622
1,668
388
12

4
676
3,026
2* 758
1,598
436
14

158
1,398
1,870
1,162
374
20

30
564
1,132
824
298
16

10
354
1 226
1i478
762
54

4,282

94
24

50

20

2

6,376
ll,654
2,862
896
334
66
4

1,834
ll,ll4
5,374
1,772
644
186
8

332
6,036
6,750
3,344
1,268
302
20

92,516

22,692

20,378

17,660

12,768

8,370

4,902

2,826

3,828

22
8,494
31,462
24 788
16:174
8,688
2,744
144

20
6,292
ll 424
2:742
830
318
62
4

2

330
5,974
6 604
3:246
1,202
284
20

36
2,246
4,938
3,552
1,606
378
12

4
670
2,996
2,708
1,558
420
14

158
1 386
1:840
1,134
364
20

30
558
1,120
810
294
14

10
348
1 220
1:444
762
54

608

4

12
106

22,966

178
6

2
8

10

292

52
9,180
33,242
26,364
17,298
9,234
2,876
148

1,808
10,918
5 198
1:660

24

2

98,394

22
8,606
31,976
25,362
16.628

2
8
10
4

32
18
8

8
4

9z
24
32
18

E
8

2

92

24
32
10
8
0

2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

A

2-5 1

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color, and Nativity
of White Mother: Each State, 1962-Continued
(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers to number of children born alive to
mother.
p r e s for a
E mother not stated and nativity of white mother not stated are distributed)
LWE-BIRTE ORDER
AREl\r

4

M E OF MOllw, COLORI AND NATIVITY OF
!nIlEMmFml

msl
2

1

3

6

5

4

~~

2,024

520

556

392

240

142

80

lli

84
230

26
196
176
.u2
36
8
2

2
62
146
98
66
I8

20
78
70
62
10

6
30
50
40
16

12
30
26
10

664

564

512

416

268

168
308
114
56
14
4

60
298
126
62
12
6

18
178
180
102
30
4

104
186
92
30
4

38
133
68
22
2

1.716

1.124

624

320

304
1,122
478
134
64
6
2

74
740
598
194
90
20

2
272
458
224
l34
30
4

104

2

22
102
ll6
62
16
2

2,060

1,660

1,100

602

300

304

72
712
584
184
88
20

2
258
450
222
134
30
4

96
236
166
22
2

20
98
104
80
16
2

514
574
454
296
7c
4

120
66

16
4

3.854

774

3c
574
1,266
1,002
67C
250

30
328
308
74
30
4

62

V

8,560

2,262

2
1,370
3,226
2,196
1,010

2
990
960
222
54
26
8

600

136
20
8.254

2,1778;

2
1,320
3 104
2z126
968
58C
136
18

2
942
928
218
52
24

8,070
2

1,310
3,044
2,078
938
556
124
18

8

2,126
2
940
898
U O
46
22
8

2.110

1,086

464
134
64
6
2

246
168
82
22

80

2,004

1,626

1,074

800

294

296
1,068
452
122

72
704
570
182
82
16

2
256
440
214
130
28
4

94
236
166

80
22
2

20
94
104
58
16
2
6

60

4
2

184

48

56

34

26

2

10

2
30
8

8
18
12
12
4
2

8
14
2
6
4

2
10

2

50

56

24

36
14

2
28
14

60
48

30
24
12

6

306

88

50
122
70
42
20

48
32
4
2
2

2

2

10

2

4

8
4
2

14
8
2

2

22

20

8

2
4
12
2

10
2
2

SECTJ!ON 2 - NATALITY

A

Tab1e.Z-12. Live Births by Siqle Year of Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order,Color,
and Nativity ’ of White Mother:.United States, 1961
Based on a IO-percent sample. Live-birth o r d e r r e f e r s to number of children born alive to mother, Births which
occurred.mMassachusett8 are included insthe “Not stated” classification for b i r t h o r d e r because t h i s State did not r e q u i r e reporting of t h e item. Figures for age of mother
nut- s t a t e d and nativity of white mother not s t a t e d are distributed)

(Data refer only tubirths occurring within the United Statea..
~

--

- _._

_.

--

-

-

-

. - .

mal

4
y

4,268,326
7,462
1 9 316
53:IX
105,462
180,734
243,092

1,099,688

1,002,556

4

3
789,852

5

515,250

6

301,166

7

174,406

7,076
17,492
44,766
80,118
121,U8
145,146

268
1,524
6,924
20,340
44,972
67,556

16
74
648
3,012
9,626
20,396

54
324
1,466
4,308

22
136
694

10
20
98

280.312
295;796
298,104
296,298
274,544

135,72.2
114,490
95,198
76,050
57,198

90,412
102,264
101,604
96,008
83,052

35,154
48,638
58,316
66,094
65,730

10,148
17,220
24,432
31,668
35,622

2,180
4,832
7,982
12,438
15,756

420
1,064
2,332
4,426
6,166

257,802
238,084
209,666
195,742
180,412

43,294
33,000
24,138
19,300
15,988

71,198
59,284
46,704
38,812
32,096

63,932
60,124
52,336
48,174
43,342

38,250
38,754
37,178
35,798
54,178

19,598
21,042
21,114
21,836
21,088

8,730
10,614
11,286
12,546
12,706

167,048
150,264
132,828
l20;@56
106,268

33,322
10,948
8,930
7,336
6,214

27,358
22,140
18,136
15,306
12,572

38,432
32,810
27,542
23,714
20,252

31,984
29,428
25,784
22,862
19,840

20,676
19,386
17,868
16,686
14,728

95,086
83,338
70,156
59,382
47,788

5,238
4,472
3,500
2,954
2,234

10,822
8,738
6,876
5,704
4,240

17,178
14,354
11,390
9,000
6,986

17,178
14,824
12,136
9,722
7,596

36,322
24,836
16,582
10,598
5,776
2,964

1,760
1,098
742
378
244
128

3,122
1,940
1,162
764
362
170

4,966
3,172
2,150
1,184
572
326

1,292
496

56
16
12
4

66
30
14
6

8

,

1

8 and

103,218

over

Not stated

161,056

121,134

6
10

218
716
1,63E
3,584
4,858

2

100

8

8

6
26

34

6,150

74
198
458
922

6,996
7,498
7,862
7,922

3,496
4,778
5,862
6,666
7,426

1,774
2,950
4,312
6,056
7,630

7,530
7,518
6,716
6,554
5,958

12,670
12,380
ll,422
11,130
9,974

7,570
7,786
7,386
7,414
6,956

9,304
10,304
ll,108
12,196
12,098

5’732
5,082
4,652
4 I 212
3,654

13,478
31,590
10,184
8,290
6,566

9,198
8,330
7,284
6,248
5,144

6,344
5,872
4,916
4,614
3,626

12,368
12,320
11,258
10,754
9,646

3,282
2,838
Z,612
2,036
1,750

5,682
3,786
2,274
1,452
726
356

4,818
3,290
2,178
1,362
760
326

3,720
2,700
1,658
1,040
548
300

2,908
2,080
1,376
844
494
278

8,020
5,858
4,468
3,170
1,868
984

1,326
912
574
404
2GZ
96

130
48
18
4
10

168
46
24
6

138
56
22
8
18

104

10

114
48
26
4
20

492
190
124
56
46

24
24
6
4
10

954,754

878,168

687,562

434,220

240.386

128,308

69,886

2,808
10,382
35,724
79,088
144,420
202,092

2,696
9,664
31,288
63,108
102,132
127,594

58
544
3,586
13,066
33,228
54,032

6
12
228
1,356
5,354
13,562

2
4
8
102
548
2,092

4
6
50
272

26

8

2
2

1,442
3,106
4,504

235,724
250,616
256,176
254,958
236,958

121,274
102,918
86,768
69,876
52,346

75,978
89,128
90,868
86,940
76,194

25,644
38,308
48,304
56,572
57,652

5,938
10,882
17,456
23,754
28,438

932
2,326
4,400
7,602
10,428

116
392
986
2,054
3,150

40
66
170
470
834

12
26
52
148
306

5.795
Si570
7,172
7,542
7,610

222,136
204,818
179,458
166,740
154,532

39,476
29,828
21,762
17,224
14,378

65,456
54,522
42,748
35,438
29,352

57,314
54,488
47,718
43,984
39,862

31,572
32,926
32&4
31,370
30,372

13,990
15,788
16,446
17,404
17,464

4,966
6,536
7,288
8,582
9,262

1,536
2,406
3,238
3,820
4,516

632
1,090
1,674
2,622
3,598

7,194
7,234
6,470
6,296
5,728

142,822
128,700
113,048
103,182
90,242

11,988
9,798
8,008
6,612
5,538

24,862
20,272
16,438
13,958
ll,468

35,390
30,132
25,402
21,900
18,624

28,764
26,528
23,348
20,734
18,028

17,324
16,738
15,354
14,630
12,870

9,484
9,696
9,064
9,042
8,124

4,968
5,330
5,150
5,384
5,158

4,488
5,312
5,778
6,852
6,912

4,894
4,506
4,070
3,520

2,592
2,002

9,832
7,938
6,206
5,148
3,882

15,798
13,194
10,520
8,274
6,378

15,546
13,502
11,056
8,802
6,980

11,962
10,236
9,032
7,404
5,842

7,620
7,074
6,248
5,308
4,416

4,814
4,576
3,908
3,638
3,016

7,362
7,510
7 I 154
6,764
6,302

13,188
2,758
2,514
2,016
1,708

2,856
1,790
1,072
700

4,578
2,912
1,962
1,lX
522

5,258
3,496
2,084
1,326
664

4,404
2,998
1,984
1,256
704

3,170
2,350
1,456
926
488

2,384
1,766
1,172
706
418

5,316
3,966
3,062
2,252
1,376

1,SZ
890

308
102
46
24
4
12

338
118

300

246
96
30
18
2
2

718

96

46
22

270
134
38
16
6
12

364

46
16

24
24
E
4
16

98
138
3,600,864

80,806
70,816
59,774
49,946
40,524

I

1

30,870
21,166
14,002
9,012
4,926

1,602
1,000

2,552
1,102
404
190

lltl
50
12

€4

4
4

-86

344
218

10

340
158
60
26
12
4
8

10

38
22
2
4

91,882

4

ll5,693
46
158

154
10

8

92.
218
544
1,294
2,176

6

610

a

136
66
30
18.

.(.

5,554

c

556
586
196

$.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-5 3

T & I ~ 2-12. Live Births by Single Year of Age of Mother,Live-Birth Order,color,
and Nativity of White Mother: 'United States,,1961-Con.
(See headnote at begming of table)

2

1

3

5

4

6

3 and over

7

3,444,958

912,956

837,386

658,902

417,758

231,488

2,764
10,zse
35,236
77,954
142,13C
19?,2oC

2,662
9,556
30,870
62,202
100,484
125,106

52
532
3,544
12,896
32,740
53,024

4
10
220
1,342
5,278
13,338

2
4
8
96
544
2,038

4
6
50
264

24

8

229,804
242,724
247,36€
245,171
226,624

U7,958
99,074
83,026
66,102
48,862

74,284
86,656
67,884
83,780
72,704

25,104
37,394
47,124
54,980
65,862

5,832
10,632
17,064
23,166
27,702

904
2,246
4,264
7,426
10,186

114
380
966
1,990
3,060

36
66
166
452

2ll,684
194,46E
170,072
158,14C
146,604

36,460
27,166
19,566
15,492
12,978

62,142
51,292
39,988
33,034
27,204

55,248
52,388
45,720
42,026
38,074

30,620
31,836
31,080
30,402
29,252

13,574
15,334
15,906
16,864
16,936

4,602
6,324
7#2
8,276
8,932

1,472
2,308
3,104
3,670
4,330

1,600

135,000
121,426
106,462
96,976
84,778

10,608
6,710
7,050
5,862
4,946

22,892
18,644
15,024
12,694
10,394

33,554
28,454
23,870
20,562
17,452

27,728
25,424
22,368
19,708
17,116

16,786
16,166
14,698
14,056
12,306

9,194
9,352
8,766
8,686
7,760

75,790
66,244
55,936
46,358
37,792

4,158
3,552
2,756
2,318
1,770

8,904
7,142
5,582
4,612
3,488

14,732
12,224
9,728
7,560
5,914

14,706
12,768
10,430
8,168
6,510

U,406
9,766
8,574
7,000
5,516

7,340
6,754

28,822
19,838
13,144
8,574
4,640
2,390

1,446
916
586
318
204
102

2,564
1,636
962
650
306
140

4,226
2,698
1,828
1,052
460
284

4,902
3,270
1,966
1,276
634
316

1,022
368
174
58
74

44
12
10
4

52
22
12
2

94

108

44
20
4

4

8

155,906

41,798

40,782

44
124
488
1,134

39

6

108
418
906

12
42

106,734

2
2

44
156
690
1,404
3,032
4,396

12
24
46
142
284

6,560
6,252
6,806
7,132
7,152

608
1,046
2,502
3,436

6,738
6,764
6,064
5,874
5,362

4,800
5,134
4,962
5,140
4,954

4,276
5,086
6,500
6,500
6,650

5,162
4,556
4,204
3,778
3,280

5,000
4,144

4,578
4,348
3,732
3,460
2,886

7,002
7,138
6,622
6,376
5,982

2,960
2,552
2,304
1,864
1,582

4,156
2,804
1,890
1,194
672
286

3,022
2,226
1,378
900
470
258

2,280
1,700
1,118
666
398
238

5,056
3,788
2,904
2,138
1,298
674

1,168
798
512
360
178
92

142
42
22

122

90

348

30
14

39

8

10
6

12

126
60
28
16

22
20
6
2

10

30
14
2
2

26,660

16,462

4,922

2,910

4,510

2,290

1,648

3,692

2,488

488
1,008

5,920
7,892
8,808
9,786
10,334

3,316
3,844
3,742
9,774
3,484

1,694
2,472
2,984
3,160
3,490

540
914
1,180
1,592
1,790

106
250
392

10,452
10,360

2,996
2,662
2,194
1,732
1,400

3,314
3,230
2,760
2,404
2,148

2,066
2,100
1,998
1,958
1,788

952
1,090
1,034
968
1,120

1,380

1,970
1,728
1,414
1,264
1,074

1,836
1,678
1,532
1,338
1,172

1,036

926
796
624
536
394

1,066
970
792
714
464

156
82
66
26
x4

292
J.54

16

18
8
4

9,386

8,600
8,028
7,822
7,274
6,206

1,088
958
760

5,464

592

5,016
4,572
3,838
3,588
2,732

526

6,586

1,328
858

438

286
162
80
36
16
6
12

%76
398
274
232

6

--

rn
50
34

-2

8

6,006

16
6

812

---

2
2
8
14
76
224

170

66,976

87,372

8,898

123,386

Not stated

6
4
54

688

736

8
6,964
2

2

20
38
74
108

8

2

28

2
12

4

ll6
174
242

l.8

64
90

4
18
22

22

230
318
366
410
468

416
454

164
212
246
306
330

64
98
134
150
166

24
44
74
120
162

456
470
406
422
366

290
344
298
356

168
196

212
226
278
352
362

592
338
302
292
240

80

540

540
528

2
6
6

536
572
656
574
564

344

188
244
204

280
320
242
308
272

236
228
176
178
3.30

260

470

554
470
458
404
326

372
312
386
320

228
206
210
152
124

352
214
134
64
42

SS6
226
ll8
50
30

246
192
94
62
32

148
124
78
26

104
66
54
20
20

260
178
158
L14

134
92
44
26

18

18

24
8
2
4

22

14
12
4

12
12
4

8

44
16
10

4
2
4

2

1,104
960
1,'026

912
638
734

626
6%

10

8
2

-

--

18

6

--

4

6

2
2

2

8

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-5 4

Table

2-12. Live Births by Single Year of Age of Mother, Live-Birth Order, Color,
and Nativity of White Mother: United States, 1 9 6 k o n .

,

(See headnote at beginning of table)
-..

1 -

AGE OF MCEIER, COLOR, AND hWFiIlY OF
lmTE3mrKER

Total

E

LIVE-BIRTH ORDEfl
-

3

4

5

6

81,030

60,780

46,098

144,934

124,388

102.290

4,380
7,828
13,478
17,010
18,986
17,552

210
980
3,338
7,274
ll,744
13,524

10
62
420
1,656
4,272
6,834

4
46
222
918
2,216

44,588
45,180
41,928
41,340
37,586

14,448
ll,572
8,430
6,174
4,852

14,434
13,136
10,736
9,068
6,858

9,510
10,330
10,012
9,522
8,078

4,210
6,338
6,976
7,914
7,184

35,666
33,266
30,208
29,w2
25,880

3,818
3,172
2,376
2,076
1,610

5,742
4,762
3,956
3,374
2,744

6,618
5,636
4,618
4,190
3,480

6,678
5,828
5,064
4,428
3,806

24,226
21,564
19,780
17,674
16,026

1,334
1,150
922
724
676

2,496
1,868
1,698
1,348
1,104

3,042
2,678
2,140
1,814
1,628

3,220
2,990
2,436
2,128
1,812

14,280
12,522
10,382
9,436
7,264

554
444
344
362
232

990
800
670
556
358

1,380
1,160
870
726
608

1,632
1,322
1,080
920
616

5,452
3,670
2,580
1,586

158
98
88
34
26

266
150

388
260
188
68
50

10
6
4
2

12
6

I8
12.

4
2

2

667.462
4,654
8,934
17,392
26,374
36,314
41,000

850

412
190
92
78
34
52

90

64
22

2

8 and

over

llot stated

c

I

2

4l

7

8

6
18

4
8

54
60
106
194
278
354

2,372
3,016

52
152
374
824
1,342

22
48
146
310
616

360
426
326
320
312

5,608
5,254
4,668
4,432
3,624

3,764
4,078
3,998
3,964
3,444

1,960
2,372
2,624
2,846
2,910

1,142
1,860
2,638
3,434
4,032

336
304
266
258
230

3,352
2,648
2,514
2,056

2,602
2,456
2,236
2,030
1,798

4,816
4,992
5,330
5,344
5,186

178
189
146
142

1,858

3,186
2,684
2,358
2,088
1,850

1,516
1,354
1,152
886
724

1,578
1,256
1,036
940
728

1,530
1,296
1,008
976
610

5,006
4,810
4,124
3,990
3,344

94
80
98
80
44

424
290
190
126
62

414
294
194
106
56

550
350
202
114

524
314

2,704
1,892
1,406
918
492

18
12
2
2
4
2

26
14

30
4
18

2

6

32
8
8
4

2
6

2

4
16

86
422

2
20
72
304
672
1,346

60

204

138
76

,

114

4

24

22
18
18

E

2E6
128

54
58
26
28

c

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-5 5

Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Metropolitan .and Nonmetropolitan Counties: United States and Each State, 1961

Table 2-13.' h v e

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring withm the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Figures for age of mother not stated a r e distrlbuted. "MetroPolltan counties" include all counties that a r e in standard metropolitan statistical areas (metropolitan State economic areas for New England). "Nonmetroplitan counties" include all other counties. For defhtions of I: ropolitan and nonmetropolitan counties, see Technical Appendix)

I
AREA AND COLOR

Total

15-19

20-24

25-29

years

years

years

ye-

4,268,326

7,46

601,72

1,445,O:

3,600,864
667,462

2,BC
4,65

471,7C
130,Ol

1,234,45

2,728,380

4,39
1,46
2,93
306
1'34
1:72

345,Ol
263,s

910,99

2,290,262

438,ll8
1 539 946
1:310:602

229,344

80,690
50,600
30,090
37,166
22,798
14,368
43,524
27,802
15,722

W0,62

1,081,7C
927,6€
154,Oi
718,33
813,34

ZE

138

577,994
99,270

301,86
53,88

79 97
14:13

4,31
8C

86

455,448
389,904
65 544

234,Ol
200,64
33,37
121,73

57,31
49,65
7,65
36,80
30 32
6:48

2,79
2,42
37
2,32

363,36
314 33
49:03

221:816
168,090

33,726

20,51

26
7
18

15,46

27,OO
18,OO
9,oo

18,14
32,83
6,30

ll,500
6,876
4,624

6,32
3,57
2,75

13

6,41
3,62
2,78
9,05
5,52
3,52

12,45
8,lO
4,s
14,54

8,s
5,68
3,17

9,89

6,15
3,13

5,658
3,338
2,320
5,842
3,538
2,304

21

10

12
4
81

79
561

7,564
5,090
2,474

79
561
221

221

4,65

9,28

years
and over

50

5,u

69,05

9,15

years

94,u

48,34

6,30

45-49

355,7:

208,s

104,99

40-44

years

677,264

769,42
141 56
534:06
465,OC

81,66
256,70

1,564
5,090
2,474

36,906
31,238
5,668

101,22

2/30
1,56

1,24
3,52
2,Ol
1,50

1 87
1:oo
81
80
42
37
1,07
57
50

1,89

52
78

58
20
60
28

43

32

12

4
4

7
4
4
2

2
2

1
8

5
2

2
2

2,58
1,85
73

1,s
68

512

63
41
22

2,58

2,03

1,

1
,
s

1,312
800
512

63
41

lo

22

81

1
1

5,604
4,584
1,020

2,89

801
651

61

6

41

151

21

2
4

3,760
3,422
338
1,844

2,OD
1,ffi:

521
481
3:

4:

2

31

2

281

21

4

16:

11

122

11

4

51
31
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2

1,23t

94:
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371
146
1oi
41
7%
46E
33(

11
11

731

2,03

68

1,312
800

18

2

10
8

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1
21

41
21
21

5,628

12,72

9,141

4,881
731

10,951

7,7L
1,421

25,156

21

23,102
2,054
32,750

1:
1'

8,70:
8,031

8,136

I
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3,871
3,50*
37.
1,741
1,38r
36;

4,021
2,9X
1,101

6,22:
5,741
471
2,921
1,961
95:

8,94:
6,231
2,70'

14,12r
10,711
3,40f

8,301
5,a7:
2,43E

5,288
3,432
1,856

3E
9f

1,65t
1,17(
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7,28t
5,06E
2,21f

3,191
2,551
63
10,93i
8,ls
2,772

1,981
1,452
53:
6,32!
4,42(

1,124
794
330
4,164
2,638

1,9&

1,526

591
396
201
2,526
1,49(
1,03t

524
324

56,99€
50,lSE

132 404
lls:49a

6,80(

l3,SM

96,344
84,93(
32,414

57,774
50,718
7,056

30,052
26,394
3,656

7,Uf
6,31E
851

334
302
31

10

20[

330,242
289,190

434

84,50(
73,82E
10,671

16

51,024
44,454
6,570
6,750
6,264
486

26,311
22,934
3,37€
3,74c
3,46C
28C

6,26(
5,46€
792
9M
84€
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27E
24E
3c
5€
54
2

8

182
9c
72

47,53E
41,16(
6,378
9,46C
9,03€
424

ll3 89t

41,052

44,652
42,902
1,750

36
32
4

6,56€
6,246
3zc

16,10€

32,22E
10,724
501

6,546
6,260

3,241
3,138
104

874
852
22

51
52

30,838
29,256

18

4,OSC
3,794

8,122
7,678
444
3,104
3,046

4,794
4,534

566

3c
3c

1,752
1,726
26

2,306
2,WS
9c
936
922
14

3,614
40,944
28,792

12,152
8,736
6,486
2,250
32,208
22,306
9,902
381,606
337,686
43,920

51,364
48,496
2,868

1,582
13,814
13,646
168

1'

16(
4:
U
E
2E
4

22

134

251

14
4
18

18

296

2,478
2,454
24

1,77

66'

1oo:aa

13,052

18,514
17,66C
854
15,596
512

10,912
10,444
468

5,196
5,152
44

32,844
ll,lOi
742

56

1,162
682

286

260

2,38
51

15:
891
531
361
3,12:
1,881

546
ZC
308
306
2

57,120
52,846
4,274

17,814

16,354

16,218

612

1,596

1,066

10,940
10,330
610

5,778
5,444
334

1460

15,288

12

44,424
40,486
3,938

24

12
12

3,414
2,836
578

13 560
12:086
1,474
4,254
4,132

8,756
8,200
556
2,184
2,130
54

4,604
4,292
312
1 174

1168

122

12,842
U,876
966
3,512
3,412
100

24
12

4,682
4,070

12,696

1,268

12,360
336

1,234
34

ll,ffi4
9,474

2,380
7,962
6,580
1,382
3,892
2,894
998

lcounty equivalents.

Under 15

1:152
22

1:416
44
1;128
40
292
288
4

41
2f
1E

22
22

68
68

56
56

12
12

38

1,588

4
34

1,000

3,864
3,322
752

3,088
2,592
496

1,970
1,672
298

1,014
844
170

280

12

588

238
42

12

26
4
22

990
630
360
598
370
228

2,452
2,030
422
1,412
1,082
330

2,128
1,830
298
960
762

1,380
1,222
158
590
450
140

786
682
104
228
162
66

168
170
18
92

12

12
12

198

68

24

12

.

2

2
2

8
2
8

2
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-5 6

Table 2-1.3..Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Metropolitan ,and Non-

metropolitan Counties: United States and Each State, 1961,-Conh
(See headnote at beginning of table)
AOE
AFOU AND COIllR

Total
Under15

25-29
years

20-24
ye-

15-19
years

Years

OF MOTHW

3054

40-44
years

35-39
years

years

45-49
years

50 years
and over

20,372
6,140
14,232

110
4
106

3,698
866
2,832

7,160
2,422
4,738

4 776
1:488
3,288

2,812
838
1,974

1,438
386
1,052

362
134
228

14
2
12

2

116,656
85,850
30,806

442
86
356

20,344
13,718
6,626

40,326
30,540
9,786

27,816
20,790
7,026

16,776
12,684
4,092

8,720
6,398
2,322

2,118
1,558
560

112

2

76
36

2

75,158
56,244
18,914
41,498
29,606
11,892

254
42
222
188
44
144

12,172
8,342
3,830
8,172
5,376
2,796

25,882
19,718
6,164
14,444
10,822
3,622

18,282
13,864
4,418
9,534
6,926
2,608

11,290
8,728
2,562
5,486
3,956
1,530

5,776
4,398
1,378
2,944
2,000
944

1,424
1,098
326
694
460
234

76
54
22
36

100,584
64,368
36,226

424
82
‘342

20,198
11,942
8,256

34,314
23,170
11,144

22,990
15,306
7,684

13,674
8,556
5,118

7,002
4,130
2,872

1,872
1,ll8
754

110
64
46

48,704
33,656
15,048
51,880
30,712
21,168

184
34
150
240
48
192

8,836
5,640
3,196
ll,362
6,302
5,060

17,016
12,088
4,928
17,298
ll,082
6,226

ll,866
8,530
3,336
ll,124
6,776
4,348

6,868
4,766

3,216
2,100

1,ll6

6,806
3,790
3,016

3,786
2,030
1,756

688
480
208
1,184
638
546

50
18

, 2,102

1,312
314
998

296

3,554

3,172
748
2,424

18
4
14

4,274
1,390
2,884
788
118
670

2,582
676
1,906
590
72
518

1,088
274
814
224
40
184

254
72
182
42
6
36

2
14
2
2

3 994
3:914
80

2,264
2,204

1,192
1,174
18

382
378
4

20
18
2

3 994
3i914
80

2,264
2,204

1192

60

18

382
378
4

20
18

106
79,964
67,232
12,732

61,624
52,130
9,494

39,578
33,780
5,798

20,740
17,746
2,994

5,122
4,424
698

258
226
32

4
4

50,268
41,038
9,230
ll,356
ll,o92
264

32,516
26,902
5,614
7,062
6,878
184

16,948
14,080
2,868
3,792
3,666
126

4,002
3,330
672
1 120
1:094
26

192
160
32

2
Z

66
66

2

27,334
25,090
2,244

16,782
15,282
1,500

8,624
7,840
784

2,238
2,014
224

140
136

2

4

2

14,118
12,140
1,978
13,216
12,950
266

9,150
7,776
1,374
7,632
7,506
126

4,706
3,988
718
3,918
3,852

1,214
1,014
200
1,024

78
74
4

62

1,000

6Z

66

24

5 062

22
4
18

1:sos

2

1,626
502
1,124
284
42
242

16,902
16,586
316

16
14
2

2,840
2,796
44

6,194
6,088

16,902
16,586
316

16

2,840
2,796

6,194
6,088

237,382
198,088
39,294

364
96
268

189,580
151,466
38,ll4
47,802
46,622
1,180

328
60
258
46
36
10

112,294

132
86
46

20
4

16
2

103,044
9,250

14
2

1

4

4

17,056
15,404
1,652

106

39,986
37,192
2,794

76
34
42
56
52
4

60

1:174

18
218

2

2
Z

22
14

12
80
46

34

16

2

z

2
2

2
2

48
44
4

8,244
8,024
220

22,920
22,568
352

16 134
15:880
254

9 566
9:416
150

5,020
4,970
50

1 500

106

1:480
20

102
4

24,034
23,186
848
39,506
39,300
206

22
20
2
26
24
2

3,206
3,014
192
5,038
5,010
28

8,796
8,510
286
14,124
14,058
66

6,176
5,972
204
9,958
9,908
50

3,558
3,450
108
6,008
5,966
42

1,772
1,732
40
3,248
3,238

476
462
14
1,024
1,018

28
26

10

6

49,988
46,748
3,240

36
20

7,444
6,844

600

18,026
16,996
1,930

12,484
11,670
814

7,284
6,786
498

3,614
3,374
240

1,040

16

21,152
18,930
2,222
28,836
27,818
1,018

18
6
12
18
14
4

2,894
2,474
420
4,550
4,370
180

7,392
6,694
698
10,634
10,302
332

5,538
4,988
550
6,946
6,682
264

3,240
2,902
338
4,044
3,884

422
392
30
618
612

28
26
2
28

26

4
2

160

1,620
1,448
172
1,994
1;926
68

6

2

2

71,434
65,300
6,134

158
114
44

13,372
12,014
1,358

24,126
22,312
1,814

15,836
14,570
1,266

10,154
9,222
932

5,864
5,294
570

1,796
1,654
142

126
118

2
2

25,934
22,748
3,186
45,500
42,552
2,948

68
42
26
90
72
18

4,026
3,278
748
9,346
8,736
610

8,806
7,856

6,360
5,680
680
9,476
8,890
586

4,040
3,590
450
6,ll4
5,632
482

2,090
1,812
278
3,774
3,482
292

528
474
54
1,268
1,180
88

950
15,320
14,456
864

1,oa
36

2
78
76
2

2
2

56
52
4

4
2
2

8
16
16

110
102
8

2
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-5 '7

Table 2-13. Live Births by
- - Age of Mother and Color, for Metropolitan and Non#metropolitanCounties: United States and Each State, 1961-Con,_ *

(See headnote at beginning of table)
POE OF MOTHER
AREA AND COLOR

mtal

88,952

53,99E
34,95t
43,742
26,99f
16,746
45,21C
27,OOC
18,21C
23,552
23,221
33c

Under 15

15-13

Years

years
211
41
171
91
11

81

121
31
91
11

3

4,362
4,318
44

25-29
years

20-24
years

15,ooc
8,046
6,954

31,02C
19,694
ll,326

2l,142
13,338
7,808

6,988
3,604
3,384
8,012
4,442
3,570
3,308
3,290
18

8,152
8,072

80

6,052
5,912
14C

538
536
2
2,770
2,754
16

1,400
1,388
12
6,752
6,684
68

1 176
1:164
12
4,876
4,748
128

a34

40-44
years

35-39
year6

years

45-49
years

50 year8
and over

12,92€
7,912
5,014

6,768
3,978
2,188

1,768
938
828

10E
5€

6

6,472
4,098
2,376
6,454
3,818
2,638

' 3,262
2,106
1,156
3,504
1,872
1,632

712
428
286
1,054
512
542

5c
28
24
58
26
32

6

3 660
3:602
58

1 856

484
476
8

24
24

706
700

1:83C
26

90
90

6
6

2,954
2,902
52

444
432
12
1 412
1:398
14

394
386
8

18
18

1,698
1,388
310

88
72
16

70

6

19,19(

1'

18,904
288

1'

77,748
60,31C
17,438

231
54
18;

ll,780
7,936
3,844

25,128
19,544
5,584

19,614
15,766
3,848

12,458
10,052
2,406

6,744
5,498
1,246

61,168

1%
4!
141
4t

8,632
5,588
3,044
3,148
2,348
800

19 472
14:950
4,ez
5,656
4,594
1,062

15,758
12,564
3,194
3,856
3,202
654

10,206
8,224
1,982
2,252
1,828
424

5,518
4,498
1,020
1,226
1,000
226

1,322
1,094
228
376
294
82

9,780

34,946
33,472
1,474

33,256
32 108
1:148

22,740
22,080
660

12,204
11,874
330

33,938
32,498
1,440

32,340
31 230

1,008

916
878
38

22,164
21,522
642
576
558
18

I4952
11,628
324
252
246

104
100
4

6

6

47,018
14,15C
16,580
13,292
3,288
116,484
112,102
4,382

1I

3t
5t
3t

9,100

1E

680

113,260
108,984
4,276
3,224
3,118
106

54
3
E

9,420
8,746
674
360
354

193,152
171,832
21,320
141,998
122,230
19,768
51,154
49,602
1,552

44
136
44
32

86,112
84,498
1,614

32
24

46,800
45,702
1,098
39,312
38,796
516

1t

1:11d

14
18

2
14

14

3,232
3,164

146
146

14
14

88

64,516
58,352
6,164

50,220
45,102

32,644
29,124
3,520

16,992
14,966
2,026

4,336
3,914
422

196

5,U8

18C

16,614
13,008
3,606
7,410
7,llO
300

45,930
40,250
5,680
18,586
18,102
484

37,720
32,982
4,738
12,500
12,120
380

25,076
21,788
3,288
7,568
7,336
232

13,158
11,236
1,922
3,834
3,730
104

3,190
2,804
386
1,146
36

130
118
12
66
62
4

8,240
7,986
254

29,304
28,784
520

22,916
22,518
398

14,964
14,684
280

7,872
7,748
124

2,618
2,590
28

166
164
2

18
12
6
14
12
2

4,194
4,048
146
4,046
3,938

16,378
16,024
354
12,926
12,760
166

12 824
12:538
286
10,092
9,980
ll2

8,120
7,928
192
6,844
6,756

4,060
3,962
3,812
3,786
26

1,152
1,138
14
1,466
1,452
14

54
52
2
ll2

59,614
27,464
32,150

312
26
286

ll,658
4,682
6,976

19,338

13,028
6,620
6,408

8,416
3,692
4,724

5,062
1,848
3,214

1,690
554
1,136

5,634
2,814
2,820
53,980
24,650
29,330

22
2
20
290
24
266

926
344
582
10,732
4,338
6,394

1,948
1,030

818
398
420
7,598
3,294
4,304

442
226
216
4,620
1,622
2,998

UO

17,390
8,980
8,410

1,368
764
604
11,660
5,856
5,804

97,056
83,824
13,232

182
56
126

15,292
12,646
2,646

33,418
29,308
4,llO

23,278
20,240
3,038

14,690
12,686
2,004

7,822
6,788
1,034

60,978
49,720
11,258
36,078
34,104
1,974

122
24

8,478
6,322
2,156
6,814
6,324
490

20,898
17,308
3,590
12,520
12,000
520

15,352
12,714
2,638
7,926
7,526
400

9?730
8,004
1,726
4,960
4,682
278

5,032
4,182
2,790
2,606
184

192
944
872
72

17,368
16,020
1,348

20
14

2,452
2,224
228

6,356

5,894
462

4,238
3,910
326

2,406
2,204
202

1,432
1,352
80

446
404
42

20
18
2

4,428
4,252
176
12,940
ll 768
1:172

2

576
540
36
1,876
1,684
192

1,652
1,598
54
4,704
4,296
408

1,104
1,064
40
3,132
2,846
286

628
598
30
1,778

368

92

358

88

6
6

10
1,064
994
70

4
354
316
38

14
12
2

98
60
32
28

6

2

18
14
4

10,010
9,328

918

88

1,606

172

850

2

152
152

24,024
2O,ll8
3,906

1oB

2

3,336
3,264
72

224
76
14€

98

2

16
2

974
34

8

6

56

6

12

6

52

1,llo

6

180

16

ll2

30
76

4
2
2

105
30
76

4
2
2

1,988

ll8
110

264

8

4
2
2

1,308

56
50
6
62

50
60
1,580
504
1,076
2,252

1,ll6

106

60
2

2
2
2
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-5 8

Births by Age of Mother and Color, -for Metropolitan and Non.metropolitan Counties: United States
, . and Each State, 196140n.

Table 2-13. Lwe

(See headnote at beginning of table)
AOEOFMOTHW

Total

AReA AND COLOR

34,534
32,948

Under 15

15-19

20-24

;years

years

ye-

24
1
E
E

4,322
4,034
284

15,664
14,286
1,378
18,870

1E

1,88L

1:

1,611

4

26E

E

E

2,442
2,42:
2(

6,85(

18,662
8084
7:UO
974

14

1,3U

2,89E

E
E

1,174
13E

2,551
344

6,306
5,524
782
1,778

1L

1,OlE

2,214
1,94E
26C

1,586

208

E

88E

4
4

12E

1,586

294
28E

192

E

13,914
13,854

1E
1E

60
4,316
4,308
8

L

9,546
52

14

135,380

16C
4E
l l 2

12,l.X

13E
4(
9f

9,39(

Xi986
30,802

1,37E
1,37L
E

21

28,100

E

2,702

14

29,942

4c
3c

26,590

8,79C
3,32E

6,51€
2,872
2,72E
2,271
45E
4,678
4,244
434

12,761
12,24(
524

229,920
205,578
24,342

336

156
180

161,144

268

138,320
22,824
68,776
67 2581

166

1;518

102
68

54
14

E

233

ll€

212

102
If

26

33E
336

4

4

18
42€
42f

ll(

731
732

22f
22E

t
E

3,17(
2,886
285

1%
14L
22

z

2 47(

121

2

2:24<
23(
701
641
51

1M

6%
58C

llc

29,22:

10,411
6,34:
1,07L
3,mt
2,86E

664

20,122
17,830
2,292
6,228
5,822
406

7,304
6,43(
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7,816
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471

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88’592

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ll6,692
18,688

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25-29
years

2

38

202

4
4

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3,326

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118

358

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6

2
2
2
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-5 9

Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Metropolitan ,and Nonmetropolitan Counties: United States and Each State, 1961-~0n,,

Table 2-13.

at beginning of table)

(See headnote

AOE OF MOTHER
AREA AND COLOR

Total

Under 15
Pars

15-19

20-24

25-29

years

years

years

3034
years

35-39

40-44

45-49

years

years

ye-

50 yeare
and over

51,052
43,818
7,234

104
58
46

10,164
8,748
1,416

lS,,lOO
16,756
2,344

U,546
9,932
1,614

5,966
4,980
986

3,202
2,576

892
712
180

74
54
20

4
2

626

24,970
21,342
3,628
26,082
22,476
3,606

36
12
24
68
46
22

4,474
3,782
692
5,690
4,966
724

9,524
8,290
1,234
9,576
8,466

2,990
2,522
468
2,976
2,456
518

1,538
1,258
280
1,664
1,318
346

354
280
74
538
432
106

38
28
10
36
26

2
2

1,llo

6,014
5,168
846
5,532
4,764
768

10

37,538
36,248
1,290

34
24
10

5,938
5,740
198

14,290
13,878
412

8,750
8,408
342

5,060
4,864
196

2,666
2,552
114

750
732

50
50

19,180
18,376
804
18,358
17,872
486

16
18
16
2

2,750
2,626
124
3,188
3&4
74

7 180
.6:926
254
7,llO
6,952
158

4,658
4,426
232
4,092
3,982

2,748
2,652
96
2,312
2,212

400
388
12
350
344

110

100

1,400
1,322
78
1,266
1,230
36

240,270
214,614
25,656

238
104
134

26,918
21,732
5,186

76,950
68,810
8,140

64,044
58,028

6,016

43,258
39,446
3,812

22,706
20,844
1,862

5,830
5,346
484

312
296
16

14
8
6

187,954
163,212
24,742
52,316
51,402
914

192
64
128
46
40

19,866
14,810
5,056
7,052
6,922
130

59,042
51,186
7,856
17,908
17,624
284

51,098
45,328
5,770
12,946
12,700
246

34,952
31,276
3,676
8,306
8,170
136

18,014
16,242
1,772
4,692
4,602
90

4,548
4,086
462
1 282
1:260
22

230
214

12
6

16

6

82
82

2
2

18,370
17,618
752

6

1,728
1,602
126

5,876
5,670
206

4,718
4,512
2ffi

3,516
3,406
110

2,022
1,942

474
454
20

30
28
2

15,190
14,608
582
3,180
3,010
170

4
4

1,362
1,266
96

4,796
4,636

2,962
2,874

2

366
336
30

396
376
20
78
78

24
22
2
6
6

2

1,080
1,034
46

3,950
3,788
162
768

59,930
34,728
25,202

204
36
168

12,150
6,146
6,004

20,250
13,408
6,842
39,680
21,320
18,360

46
4
42
158
32
126

17,642
16,270
1,372
2,424
2,400
24
15,218
13,870
1,348
82,248
64,020
18,228

8
8

6

4
2

.

80

2

2
2

18
28
28
22
22

6

44

554
532
22

1,696
1,642
54
326
300
26

20,344
12,792
7,552

13,414
8,256
5,158

8,124
4,624
3,500

4,376
2,240
2,136

1,254
608
646

60
26
34

3,826
2,146
1,680
8,324
4,000
4,324

6 950
4z912
2,038
13,394
7,880
5,514

4,744
3,288
1,456
8,670
4,968
3,702

2,840
1,914
926
5,284
2,710
2,574

1,460
902
558
2,916
1,338
1,578

374
238
136
880
370
510

10
4
50
22
28

14
12
2

2,128
1,932
196

6,004
5,594
410

4,496
4,w4
362

2,828
2,616
212

1,616
1,486
130

514
456
58

42
40
2

4
4

296
286
10
1,832
1,646
186

806
802
4
5,198
4,792
406

622
618
4
3,874
3,516
358

450
446
4
2,378
2,170
208

196
194
2
1,420
1,292
128

46
46

4
4

468
410
58

38
36
2

28,040
22,302
5,738

19,416
15,376
4,040

ll,202
8,658
2,544

6,040
4,608
5,432

1 688

102
82
20

4

2,790
1,970
820
3,250
2,638
612

622
424
198

32
20
12
70
62
8

4

224

14
10
4

10
8

2
252

15,504

108

U,558

144

3,946

160

724

88

1:328
360

4
4

6
4
4

4

40,052
28,058
ll,994
42,196
35,962
6,234

126
34
92
126
74
52

7,036
4,428
2,608
8,468
7,130
1,338

13 794
9:914
3,880
14,246
12,388
1,858

9,896
7,190
2,706
9,520
8,186
1,334

5,752
4,078
1,674
5,450
4,580
870

246,444
209,294
37,150

652
346
306

41,998
34,474
7,524

85,714
73,636
12,078

59,616
51,252
8,364

35,120
29,920
5,200

18,502
15,620
2,882

4,604
3,852
752

166,592
140,220
26,372
79,852
69,074
10,778

414
200
214
238
146
92

27,198
21,898
5,300
14,800
12,576
2,224

58,196
49,426
8,770
27,518
24,210
3,308

41,332
35,198
6,134
18,284
16,054
2,230

24,146
20,544
3,602
10,974
9,376
1,598

12,384
10,488
1,896
6,ll8
5,132
986

2,800
2,366
434
1,804
1,486
318

ll8
96
22

4
4

106

10

88
18

4

26,466
25,846
620

12
10

3,510
3,432
78

9,282
9,086
196

6,726
6,588
138

4,040
3,928
ll2

2,248
2,168
80

608
594
14

40
40

17,798
17,534
264
8,668
8,312

10
8
2
2
2

2,426
2,392
34
1,084

6,226

2,926
130

2,744
2,688
56
1,296
1,240
56

1,488
1,448
40
760
720
40

388
386
2
220
208
12

24
24

1,040

4,492
4,428
64
2,234
2,160
74

356

2

44

6,160

66
3,056

1,066
904
162

184
40

16
3.6

4

6

2-60

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

.

4

Table2-13.' Lve Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Metropolitan and Non-

metropolitan Counties: United States and Each State, 1961-Con.
(See headnote at beginning of table)

AGE OF
ARB3 AND COIiJR

mtal

I

Under 15
Years

15-19
ye-

9,386
9,368
18

8
8

9,386
9,368
18

20-24
years

25-23
years

40-44
years

35-39
years

1,228
1,226
2

3,322
3,32c
2

2,382
2,374
8

1,458
1,454
4

728
724

8
8

1,228
1,226
2

3,322
3,320
2

2,382
2,374
8

1,458
1,454
4

97,054
73,158
23,896

268
72
196

16,612
11,268
5,344

33,436
25,886
7,550

23,266
18,002
5,264

13,958
10,760
3,198

52,108
40,220
11,888
44,946
32,938
12,008

136
28
108
132
44
88

7,942
5,436
2,506
8,670
5,832
2,838

17,852
14,058
3,794
15,584
11,828
3,756

13,052
10,408
2,644
10,214
7,594
2,620

65,056
61,238
3,818

44
32
12

9,344
8,812
532

24,260
23,104
1,156

16,280
15,224
1,056

30
18
12
14
14

5,466
5,120
346
3,878
3,692
186

15,530
14,752
838
8,670
8,352
318

39,034
37,104
1,930

52
38
14

6,788
6,426
362

12,560
Il,956

22
20
2
30
18
12

98,394
94,540

4549

50 years
and over

years

8

24f
24E

14

14

2
2

726
724
2

24E
24E

14
14

2
2

7,436
5,616
1,820

1,978
1,49C
486

1oc

2

62

2

4,110
3,184
926
3,326
2,432
894

986
776
21c
990
714
276

9,066
8,388
678

4,750
4,446
304

1,228
1,154
74

84
78

10,830
10,068
762
5,450
5,156
294

6,170
5,646
524
2,896
2,742
154

3,214
2,978
236
1,536
1,468
68

774
726
48
454
428
26

46
46

13,412
12,852
560

3,050
8,608
442

5,586
5,262
324

3,100
2,942
158

978
910

68
66
2

2,000
1,878
122
4,788
4,548
240

4,432
4,250
182
8,980
8,602
378

3,110
2,946
164
5,940
5,662
278

1,864
1,778
86
3,722
3,484
238

858
824
34
2,242
2,m
124

260
246
14
718
664
54

14
14

52
22
30

9,180
8,606
574

33,242
31,976
1,266

26,364
25,362
1,002

17,298
16,628
670

9,234
8,984
250

2,876
2,814
62

148
148

47,650
44,278
3,372
50,744
50,262
482

32
2
30
20
20

4,170
3,668
502
5,010
4,938
72

16,220
1,120
17,022
16,876
146

13,330
12,436
894
13,034
12,926
108

8,500
7,926
574
8,798
8,702
96

4,170
3,964
206
5,064
5,020
44

1,174
1,128
46
1,702
1,686
16

54
54

8,560
8,254
306

2
2

1,370
1,320
50

3,226
3,104
122

2,196
2,l26
70

1,010

600
580
20

136

20
18
2

8,560
8,254
306

2
2

1,370
1,320
50

3,226
3,104
122

2 196
.2:126
70

1,010

600

968
42

136

580
20

136

604
26,474
25,148
1,326

.

15,100

968
42

1

68

136

38
46
32

14
54

30

24

6

38
32
6

54
52
2

94
94

20
18
2

z
2

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-6 1

TabIeZ-14. Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961
(By pkCe of residence. Data refer only to births occurrlng within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Figures for age of mother not stated are distnbuted. Areas
shown are those listed in Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas issued in 1961 by the Bureau of the Budget, except for New England, where areas are metropolitan State economic areas as established by the Bureau of the Census in 1960. For definition of areas, s e e Technlcal Appendix)

c
AREA AND COIclR

mtal

Uder 15
Pars

15-19

20-24

25-29

years

ye-

years

30 years

aud over
~~

I

2,728,38(

4,396

345,016

910,99C

718.338

455,448

234,014

57,310

2,79

18

2,230,262
438,lll

1,462
2,934

263,350
81,666

769,424
141,566

615,348
104,99C

389,904
65,544

200,644
33,370

49,652
7,658

2,42
37

58

3,m
2,981
20E

2
4

668
626
42

12,OU

12

1,450

10,73(
1,28€

2
10

1,162
288

18

474
2%

18
12

2 6I.E
1:67C
94E
13,998
13,391
60C
8,222
7,816
406

*
..

6

4
8
8

6
2

9 674
9:512
162

4
2

2,830
2,808
22

2

4,016
3,726
290
4,574
4,156
418

2

2,792
2,486

x16
26,288
18,508
7,780

2

1,214

350
316

64

778
724
54

4,182
3,718
464

3,172
2,934
238

180

910
620
290

874
432
242

1,272
1,176
96

4,318
4,142
176

3,984
3,816

1,196
1,150
46

2,882
2,746

2,130

1,150

136

1,108
1,070
38

::z
48

42
42

34

132
122
10

1,976
1,768
208

988
926
62

232
214

342
210
132

164

34
24
10

90

74

2,712

1,348

340

1

1,306
42

326
14

1

96
1,226
1,170
56

610

2,002
128

580

166
158

30

8

2,576
2,540
36

1,746
1,720
26

870
862
8

228
224
4

I

56

14

54

U

372
370
2

960
954

700
696
4

478
470
8

248
248

6

6
4
2

742
686
56

1,562
1,454
108

972
902
70

472
440
32

212
198
14

2

498
436
62

1,698
1,554

1,248
1,136
112

756
694
62

294
262
32

76
72
4

526
446

1,002
912

612

394
346

80

90

200.
112
28

48
44
4

2

8

2
6
90
24
66

144

4,430
2,802
1,628

8,968
6,350
2,618

2
2

2,616

168

562
50

48
3,890
2,798
1,092

6,704
4 966
1:738

2

.

1,280
538

374
280
94

1,a.8

1

44
36
8

i

E

E

1,114
836
278

810
188

520
380
140

296
238
58

14

5,294
3 352
1:742

26
4
22

1,094
690
404

1,732
1,196
536

1,278
914
364

732
480
252

358
226
132

70
40
30

4
2
2

5,504
4,640

12
6
6
10

916

2,196
1,914
282

1,276

702
580
122

322
256
66

74
60
14

6
4
2

2 776
2&2
224

1,638
1,460
178
10,526
1712
2t8I.4

1,022
906

514
448
66

146
132
14

14
10
4

3,466
2,586
880

828

44

644

32

184
102

12

7,790
7,786
41,960
29,402
12,558
6,210
3,916
2,294

2,910
2,904
6
7,622
5,690
1,932

8;
2

178
36
142

12
2
10
2

2
22
2
20

1,992
1,950
42
5,196
5,160
36

4
4

734
182

1,670

I

1,488
la2 I
6,758
3,984
2,774

13,520
9 508
4:012

896
454
442

2,316
1,514
802

336
336

1,046
1,042
4

1,086
190

1,560

116
6,640
4,900
1,740
872
572
300

446
310

82

68

*

E
4
L

136

50
32

6
4
2

424
422
2

222
222

86
86

8
8

1,862
1,398
464

1,134

630
450

140
96
44

8
6
2

5lZ
300

12

310
304
6

182
2

1,424
1,416
8

1,006
9%
12

468
466
2

114

8

llz

8

1,010
550

786
786

846
288

180

le4

48
48

2

14,664
8,756
5,908

56
8

48

3,544
2,276
1,268

2,376
1,356
1,020

1,126
592
534

306
164
142

14
6
8

71,030
67,964
3,066

34
22
12

21,006
20,242
764

14 430
13:996
434

7 572
7i342
230

1,998
1,946
52

92
92

14,046
12,720
1,326

4
4

2 966

1 580
1:482
98

422
412
10

6,164
5,960

204

8

4

3 932
3;sss

344
1,722

1,676
4

46

2:762
204
1,082
1,054
28

2
2

14

382
244
138

1

2
2

I

8
2
6

622

20

18

3 218
2:334
824

864

I

-

608

174

592

170

16

4

20
20

14'
14

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-6 2

Table2-14. Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Areas of the United States: 196-1-Continued
AGE OF MVlTBR

AREA

AND COLOR

15-19
ye-

1,468
1,462
6

1,026
1,010
16

556
556

130
130

6
ti

2,558
2,046
512

8,296
7,500
796

5,714
5,246
468

3,oPO
2,620
220

702
656
46

40
56
4

974
830
144

9,642
8,630
1,012
2,606
2,442
164

1,968
1,844

1,180
1,098
82

686
654
32

184

E

174
10

c

4
4

452
442
10

1,360
1,342
18

534
526
8

50
50

2
2

2

396

1,112

234
230
4
236
222
14
510
258
252
354

48
44
4

2
2

148
80
68
120
ll0
10
134
98
36
78
60
18
3,302
2,712
590
632
554
78
908
790
ll8
58
58

2

46
14
32
2
2

344
2
18
2

52
1,282

16

610

1,054
58
2,310
1,528
782
2,048
1,936

6

672
938
868
70
1,178
572

x)

606

646

12
4
8
274
42
232
58
36
22
86
10

1,412
1,052
360

2,386
1,924
462

17,152
10,878
6,274
3,282
2,562
720

50,158
38,864
ll,294
8,880

14

12
2
36

40,812
32,432
8,380
7,072
6,174
898

656
162

4,930
4,276
654

2,660
2,318
342

952
868
84
5,080
3,726

2,132
2,026

1,522
1,446

106

76

1,354

10,054
7,954
2,140

6,938
5,584
1,354

1,064
1,014
50
3,688
2,946
742

892
844
48

2,340
2,254
86

1,620
1,558
62

2,216
1,892
324

6,100
5,322
778

4,668
4,100
568

1,026
982
44
2,664
2,356
308

456
408
48
3,242
2,984
258

928
866
62
8,936
8.5U
418

640
590
50
6,744
6,350
394

410
378
32
3,956
3,724
232

954
e58
96

2,410
2,292

1,716

886

10,082
7,186
2,896
254
234

27,156
22,832
4,324

8

92
40
52
2
2
'

1,270
13,456
10,765
2,690
964
926

n,3w
9,302
1,998
716
684

890
890

23,970
20,334
3,636
564
564

828
58
17,142
14,518
2,624
412.
412

1,590
1,560
30

1,060
1,038
22

lla

2

656
644

108

2

12

2,126
2,096
30

2,638
1622
1:016
12,536

6
6

454
226
228
1,508
1,430

320
4,028
3,916

78

ll2

18
14
4

452
356
96

6,642
5,756
886

8

6,126

816

2,6W
2,084
516

20

124,
28
96

538
380

890
576
314
712
466
246

12

10
10

1,104
818
286

1,494
1,026
468
1,430
1,020
410

7,610

336
18

1,892
1,380
512
1,484
1,222
262

2,170
1,476
694
2,336
1,700
636

6

12
4

1,572
978
594
1,454
1,344
90

384
360
24
91Q
526
388
874
826
48

32

18
32

16

2,216
1,570

1,064
1,046
18
828
754
74

38

3,870
2,526
1,344
390
360
30
1,146
600
546
1,222
834
388

16
2
14
24

40
18
22

112

124

26 794
21'734
5:060
4,776
4,090
686
7,442
6,184
1,258
378
362
16

76

,

50 years
and over

45-49
years

40-44

ye-

1,654
1,630
4

10
2

l2,LIO
426

3559
ye=

3034
years

622
616
6

12

6,234

25-29
ye=-

2024
ye-

1,622
94

158

13904
ll:328
2,576
2,338
2,052
286
3,972
3,458
514
222
220
2
494

2
2
10

E
4
158
128
50
24
22
2
42
42
6
6

4
2
2
4
4

1,212

282
256

140

26
154

10
2
8

362

zoo

162

i,on

654
632
22

8

148

6

6
418
336
82

2

18
16

482
478
4

154

E

148
6

6

1,298
1,130
168

296
266

8
ti

30
50

2

1,808
1,425
382

204
188
16

1,856
1,772
84

4
448
428
108
100
8
2,156
1,826
330
76
76

578
568
10

212
210
2
50

634

346

216

422
212
3,288

220

124

18

126

92

32
254
248

32

22
22

20

452
434
18
9,296
7,714
1,582
260
258
2

:
E

2

46

612

3,158
150

6
6

u 4
72
42
68
32
36

304
190

932

2,248
2,184
64

2

6

4
2
2
84
74

10
2
2

10
10

8

8

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-6 3

Table2-14 Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Standard Metropolitan

Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961-Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)

AGE
AREA AND COLOR

Under 15

Years

15-19
Y-'

2
2

e
4
4
2
2

464
420
44
722
718
4
648
578
7c
908
886
22

312
312
1,352
1,154
198

7,684
5,288

2,396

1,528
1,376

32
4
28
2

266

152

2

6,130
5,564
566
13,544
ll 532

2

2:012
9,350
8,522
828

2,118
1,684
434
3,510
2,500
1,010
15,172
12,318
2,854
9,714
9,060
654
2,436
2,302
134
3,778
3,740
38
6,002

4,460
1,542
5,312
4 062
1:250
4,886
4,574
312

2

22
8
14
16

10
6
8
2
6

34
770
644
126
2,490
2,066
424
1,620
1,472
148
444
328
ll6
574

14
4
10
22

384
190
1,848

10
12

1,444

a0
2

18
2
2

22
2

10
6
6

10
8
2

7,612
6,868
744

6

15,926
14,678
1,248

8
2

14,906
5,020
9,886
33,106
24,476
8,630

20

5,602
5,408
194
3,728
12,984

1,176
668
508
300

6

6

4
16

102
36
66

:~
6

4
4
34
14
20

10

4
6

404
1,070
976
94
338
308
30
246
246

974
660
314
1,024
698
326
740
708
32

20-24

25-29

years

years

1,880

'

1,802
78
1,636
1,620
16
1,476
1,366
IlC
2,618
2,558
60
1,090
1,088
2
3,606
3,184
422
2,434
1,670
764
562
536
26

OF MOTRW

years

1,52
1,47
5
93
91

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7
2,06
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1,076
1,018
58
498
492
6
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614
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1,492
1,484
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422

2,871
2,471
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214

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1,38
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16
998
912
86
1,678
1,408
270
1,342
1,198
144
304
248
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2,042
1,870
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4,956
4,268
688
3,202
2,960
242
702
600
102
1,174
848
326
5,042
4,218
824
3,356
3,120
236
952
9l4
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1,240

2f
1,072

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1,05€

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1,054
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1,608
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5,371
2,911
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2,24:
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and over

6
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1,122

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1,078
232

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15
14

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1,834
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years

374
128
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246

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580
402
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426
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45-49

502

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888
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years

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794
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62
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6

2

6

6

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-64

c

Table 2dM.' Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961-Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)
AGE OF MOTHW

Total

AREA AND COIOR

303%

3539

40-44

45-49

years

years

years

years

926
344
582

1,948
1,030
918

1,368
764

12,858
9,302
3,556

58
6

2,290
1,546
744

4,588
3,476

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3,092

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1,414
1,404

4,232
3,978
254

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2

26,402
22,192
4,210

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3,076

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800

576
526

50
38

7,826
7,536
290
2,672
2,654

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996

2

40
252
250
2

4,012
3,422
590

542

296
276

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1,712

532
470
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562

6,E46

4,030
3,414

586

7,836
1,376

5,6E4

982

616

346

938

610
392

402

234
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442
226
216

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18

424

818
398
420

50 years
and over

34

362
352

8,182
7,394
788

la

604

4,454
3,832
622

12

2,612
2,556
56

.

25-29

years

22
2
20

5,634

-

20-24

years

1,12€
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5,7E
3,2E4
2,446

4,12€
2,372
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2,426

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26
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4
4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-65

Table2-14. Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Standard Metropolitan

Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961-Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)

AREA AND COLOR

Total

Under 15

25-29

years

years

1,698
1,50E
19c
30,376
27,436
2,94C
40,508
39,51C
998
8,762
5,256
3,506
2,850
1,726
1,124
4,108
2,050
2,058
2,732
2,528
204
4,070
5,624
446
9,560
7,360
2,200
36,442
28,374
8,068
14,452
13,088
1,364
23,162
14,092
9,070
6,170
4,294
1,876
222,056
l80,454
41,602
16,550
U,780
4,770
2,400
2,214
186
3,166
3,090
76,
12,964
ll,020
1,944
13,586
12,332
1,254
8,456
6,662
1,794

2
2

294
242
52
2,686
2,148
438

49(
434
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10,31t
9,33f
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482
442
40
8,626
7,844
782

16
12
4

3,520
3,386

lJ.,246
10,990
256

34
10

1,472
848
624

14,15C
13,821
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24
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12
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60

8
6

2
36

134

l:064

2,072
1,286
786

3054

35-33

40-44

45-49

years

Years

years

yearn

*

286
264
22
5,480
4,992
488

184

618
420
198
920
464
456

428
228
200
634
308
326

514
462
52
588
498
90

1,106
1,054
52
1,420
1,306

590
540
50
980
872
108

332
314
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628
542
86

1,598
1,166
432
3,230
1,804
1,426
1,212
1,014
198
3,546
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1:752
1,016
642
374
19,652
12,988
6,664

3,284
2,514
770
ll 374
8’628
2:746
4,552
4,028
524
7,856
4,812
2,984
2 226

2,552
2,014
638
10 264
8:248
2,016
4,098
3,776
322

1,386
1,098
288
7 042

5:aso

1,152
2,708
2,538

170
3,630
2,306
1,324
866
606
260
42,036
35,746
6,290

638
69 630
55:158
14,472

5,670
3,570
2,100
1,498
1,084
414
64,378
54,224
10,156

2,942
1,954
988
458
414
44
490
480
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5,752
4 288
1:464
946
884
62
1,110
1,094

3,946
2,890
1,056
556
516
40
710
692

16

18

2,382
2,020
362
1,702
1,456
246
1,430
1,034
396

5,066
4,386
680
4,936
4,526
410
2,916
2,358
558

3,080
2,630
450
3,650
3,292
358
2,040
1,646
394

2,368
1,656
712
296
272
24
508
494
14
1,456
1,230
226
1,950
1,808
142
1,270
1,014
256

2

1,586
1,280
306

6,942
6,334
608

7,122
6,672
450

18

1po

4
14

894
286
1,072
976
96

2,386
1,954
452
2,408
2,302
106

1452
1:130
322
1762
1:65$

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6,334
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2,918
2,636
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4,762
3,854
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320
320

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24,386
6,576
6,268

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22,632
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4,530
4,172
358

2,602
2,416
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3,490
3,402
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28
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7,084
6,910
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534
264
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694
338
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50 yearn
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954
942
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122
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700
418
282

4
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2
2

50
26
24

98
86
344
142
202

78
32
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144
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36
26
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334
298
36

108
102
6

582
458
124
3 580
3i026
554
1,492
1,366
126
1,962
1,264
698
428
294

120
94
26
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746
102
364

1

542

1

126

3
2

2
2

1

22
432
272
160

3
1

1

134

1l2
78
34

20 888
17:766
3,122

4,966
4,268
698

24’
2L
2

1,200
788
412
lJ.8
110

264
188
76
14

1
1

8
4
4

1

12

8

2

266
250

76

76

16
762
608
154
1,054
982
72

178
128
50
268
246
22

612
468
144

156

f

126

E

5,106
4,864
242

2,672
2,572
100

666

760
590
170
1,102
1,028
74
18,672
15,628
3,044
2,722
2,464
258

372
262
110
532
502
30

104
68
36
108
104
4

9,580
8,122

2,370
1,976
394
376
356
20
1198

1,458

1,482
1,348
114

9,696
9,034
662
640
632
8

5,074
4,740
334
352
352

538
536

13 692
12:716
976
e40
832
8
1,176
1,164

706
700

444
452

2

12

6

12

11
1
1
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1c
f

30
646
20

2
2

42
42

E
4
2

2
2

96
82
14
34
34

8
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54
52
2
2
2

2
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70
98
98

90
90

6
6

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1:lZe

6

2
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-66

Table2&.

Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961-Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)

AGE
AREA AND COLOR

OF

M

"=T"T""

m

Total

Under 15
Years
17 090
16:304
786

If
E

e

15-13
years
2,331
2,212

23-29

years
4,234
4,012
222

2,514'
2,414
100

1

1:222
7f

382
370
12

24
24

1,361
1,268
9f

4,798
4,636
16C

3,95c
3,788
162

2,962
2,874

1,698
1,641
54

306
376
20

24
22
2

462
460
2

24f

82
82

4
4

662
644
1E

460
448

22(
224

60

2
2

12

4

4

4

3 048
3:028
20

2

352

2

35c

2,884
2,?30
1%
3,612
3,370
242

2

4,246
2 918
1:328

22

1,074
1,07C

824
814
4

45f
45c

1,012

1,ooc

1c

88

40f
361
44

1,204
1,u.C
94

942

888
54

638
598
40

33:
32E

e

60E
324
484

i,o7e
78E
292

656
474
182

3u

14

1,462
1,07E
384

20(
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1,77E
1,7U
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1,438
1,404

916
896
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4

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70E

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2
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24

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32E
24

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1,5u
83C
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3,072
2,104
968

768
74

112

8

110

8

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166

54

12

2,39C
1,752
638

336
306
30
1,526
1,096
430

706
478
228

4
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96
62

768
674
94

510
450
60

252
216
36

56
52
4

528
480
48

u.0
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1,204
992
212

4,164
3,776
388

5,934
3,608
326

2,474
2,292
182

5,442
5,024
418

4
2
2

772
694
78

1,880
1,722

158

1,402
1,306
96

13,806

30
20
10

1,880
190

4,994
4,612
382

3,600
3,210
390

6

642
514
128

1,824
1,620
204

544
332

708
670

12

38

1z360
5,160
4,530
630

6

1,970
1,ea2
88
50,312
40 402
9:910

u.4
22
92

u.,584
34416
168

6

1,736
1,642
94

6

6

1,690

6,528
4,586
1,942

16,576
13,518
3,058

e4

404
394
1C

34

14

1,132

84

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6
4
2

950
182

346

60

74
44
30

456

12 446

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2
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13,534
12,328
1,206

24E

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5,408
5,238
170

3 176
2:690
486

3n

6,28E
6,045
24E

14,608
582

2

and oyer

years

12C

15,190

2,294
2,102
192
9 414
6:372
3,042

2024

ye-

1,352

2
50

2
2

4

380
374
6

12

852
802
50

432
404
28

92
86
6

8

2,030
1,780
250

1,008
892

254
232
22

10

1,354

828

100

394
3i4
50

108

138
444

260
246
14

1,216

728

428
16
12,940
2,296

8,468
6,918
1,550

10,644

lJ.6

104
4

164

48

160

44

4

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4,492
3,728

1,w

164

936
198

974
952
22

230
228
2

18
16
2

2

12
8

84

1,me

2

12

8

10

4
4
2
2

56
48

4
2

8

2

1,584
1,562
22

4,042
3,996
46

2,958
2,922
36

1,774
1,734
40

362
326

614
592
22

426
412
14

194

lJ.6

182

36

12

108
8

3,030
2,738
292

6,568
6,078
490

4,810
4,486
324

3,140
2,928
212

412
390
22

24
22
2

2

1,780
128

3 424
3:146
278

7 190
6i720
470

4,894
4,528
366

2,714
2,510
204

1 478
1:346
132

384
360
24

22
20
2

4
4

4,138
3,818
320

9,928
9,056
872

6,738
6,054
684

3,920
3,462
458

1,-

10

1,732
172

506
470
36

22
22

63,514
52,256
ll,258

122
56
66

8,284
6,578
1,706

21,488
17 972
3i516

18,582
17,738
844
4,822
4,588
234

22
22

2,156
2,084
72

6,100
5,870
230

4
2
2

656
640

1,678
1,592
86

5,228
3 242
lis86
4,066
4,042
24

22

19,934
18,458
1,476

6

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34
6

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24

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18

1:482

6

27,184
24 632
2:552

25 656
23'896
1:760

28

18

16
1,078

604
22
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474
278
274

14
20
14

2 940
2:718
222
1,414
646
768 1

1,894
1,252
642
1,148
1,146
2
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8:918
524

16,458
13,718
2,740

10,408
8,464

1,908

16
16

2

1,944

5,430
4,416
1,014

5,270
5,002
268
1,290
1,220
70

3,136
2,964
172

1,504
1,416
88

382
368
14

10

2

10

2

706
672
34

412
388
24

68

8

66

8

1,086

8

746
468
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846
842
4

6 870
6:418
452

678
408
1,160

1,152

734

j

1,260
998
262

64

64
10

2

310
174

88
64
24

492
488
4

140

3,824
3,490
334

2,068
1,886
182

460
420
40

32
32

956
564
392

396
232
164

78
48

10
6
4

. 136

4
2
2

158
2

30

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-6’7

Table 244.’ Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961-Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)

I
AfLEA AND COLOR

AGE OF MOTHW

Total

Under 15
Years

2044

15-19
yeam

2,696

3:

2,638
58

34

2,424
2,400
24

2F
2E

5,336
4,784
552

61
52

6,280

years

91
Si

6,026
254

206
2,702

2,646
56

662
640
22
622

450

1:

1

446

E

4

4

4

1,71
1,56
15

1,410
1,260
150

1,002

95
91
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2,29

1,494
1,414

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49
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12,262
2,952

44
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2,212

474

21
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52

26

1

614

354
346
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15
14

5

6
736
666
70

392
364
28

21
18

4
3

3,276
3,094
182

2,050
1,926
124

1,21
1,17

32
30

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54
33

7
7

1,681
1,70;

936

626

588

50

38

1
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1,182

752
646
106

39
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1,026

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156
4,006
3,856

150

2,808
2,680
128

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1,18(
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1,956
1,732
224

1,120
968
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2,73(
2,074

5,4a
4,344
1,OSf

3,556
2,950

2,056
1,694
362

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1,978
1,338
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10,640

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2,726
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1,584

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1,496
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1,270
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2,434
2,272

1,692
1,574

1,038
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1,596
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570
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480

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SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-68

Table2-,1?4.Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961-Continued
(See'herodnote at kginning a€.table)

AREA

m

COLOR

mtal
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years

15-19
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years
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280

1,344
1,244

100
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2,466
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255,856
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130,436
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728
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318
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978
284
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46

1,562
1,364
198
672
514
158
2,470
2,450
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876
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220
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1,288

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Newark, H.J., Jersey City, N.J.,
and Paterson-ClfftonSassaic, N.J.-andk
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SECTION' 2 - NATALITY
,

TabI.-e 2-15. Live Births by Live-Birtb Order and Color, ,'forMetropolitan and
Nonmetmpolikan Counties: United, States and Each State, 1961'

(By place of residence. D a b r e f e r only to birth occurring vnthin the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-blrth order refers to number of cluldren born alive to
mother. "Metropolihcounties'r include all counties that are in s t a n W metrouolitan statistical areas (metropolitan State economic areas for New England). "Nonmetropol:tropoIitanagd nonmetropollb coun&es, see Technical Appendix)
itan counties" include alz other counties. For finitions of

AHBA

AND COLOR

I

Total

4,268,326

1,099,688

1,002,556

5

4

3

2

1

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6

and over

)t stated

789,852

515,250

301,166

174,406

103,218

161,056

121,134

3,600 864
667:462

954 754
144:934

878 168
124:388

687 562
102:290

434,220
81,030

240 386
60:780

128 308
46:098

69 886
33:332

91 882
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2,290,262
43893
1,539,946
1,310,602
229,344

704,506
605,848
98,658
395,182
348,906
46,276

647,058
560,368
86,690
355,498
317,800
37,698

508,074
437,296
70,778
281,778
250,266
31,512

325,698
271,006
54,692
189,552
163,214
26,338

186,012
145,808
40,204
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94,578
20,576

103,574
75,086
28,488
70,832
53,222
17,610

58,982
39,214
19,768
44,236
30,672
13,564

79,802
45,572
34,230
81,254
46,310
34,944

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4,610
6,460
5,634
826

80,690

18,462
13,420
5,042

13,658
9,538
4,120

8,952
5,576
3,376

5,576
2,930
2,646

3,688
1,354
2,334

2,540
832
1,708

5,612
1,218
4,394

108

30,090

22,094
15,670
6,424

37,166
22,798
14,368
43,524
27,802
15,722

9,988
6,978
3,010
12,106
8,692
3,414

8,710
6,254
2,456
9,752
7,166
2,586

6,586
4,522
2,064
7,072

2,600
1,274
1,326
2,976

1,686

1,320

550
1,136
2,002
804
1,198

1,162
286
876
1,378
546
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2,104
340
1,764
3,508
878
2,630

28
20

2,056

4,302
2,574
1,728
4,650
3,002
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80
42
38

7,564
5,090
2,474

1,756
1,360
396

1,584
1,234

1,412

1,010

1,050
362

570
354
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174
214

248
90

350

730
280

158

578
86
492

18
12
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7,564
5,090
2,474

1,756
1,360
396

1,584
1,234
350

1,412
1,050
362

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354

388
174
214

248
90
158

578
86
492

18
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2,942
2,406
536

1,816
1,350
466

1,206
802
404

2,190
1,244
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66

50,600

5,016

1,656

730
280

62
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8,040
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8,122
7,248
874

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6,140
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4,634
3,964
670

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6,086
405
2,524
1,954
570

5,734
5,366
368
2,388
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4,902
4,600
302
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1,540
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124
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1,856

6,654

5,160

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1,568

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4,254
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1,088

1,862
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1,302
504
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2-70

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table 2-15.

Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color, for Metropolitan and
Nonmetropolitan Counties:, United States and Each State, 1961,-Continued
I

(See headnote at beginning of table)
,

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22,03€
20,524

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1,361
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9,884
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372
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320
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178
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3,721
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24,034
23,18€
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39,SM
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620
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k

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184

180
4

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-11

abl le '2-15. Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color, for Metropolitan and
Nonmetropolitan Counties: United States and Each State, 1961-Continued
-_

(See headnote at be.gJ+ng of table)
Lm-m o

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43,742
26,998
16,746
45,210
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330
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18,904
285

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10,87E
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792
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6,77
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6,32
2,72

7,994
5,492
2,502
7,861
5,384
2,47€

5,54

5,31
5,24
6

4,52€
4,46C

338

1,85f
1,832

1,081

551

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24

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68E

5
68

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67

216

92
86

96
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614
598
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4,938
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97'
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61,168

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14,811
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16,580
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3,288

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33,484

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3,424
2,122

1,82€
1,011

1,302

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772

1,41c
754
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9,544
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1,531

381

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466
452
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2,214
472
1,742
4,032
924
3,106

6

324
356

6
115,020
ll0,662
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40

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30

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107,584
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42
32
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22

1,712

22

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100,954
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436

193,152
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39,936
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24,19f

16,474
14,400
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9,340
7,780
1,560

5,126

2,564

34,060
29,734
4,326
12,394
12,076
318

32,444
28,821
3,621
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28,126
24,976

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17,EC
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12,232
10,318
1,914

3,826
2,834
992
1,300
1,212
88

170

ffi,n2
84,498
1,614

20,202
19,852
350

3,490
3,350
140

46,800

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242
8,542
8,434
108

7,20€

4,242

7,04E
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4,082
160

18,78E
18,44E
340

16 626
16:368
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212

7,750
7,620
130

4,626
4,524
102

2,616
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10,706

9,400
9,230
170

2,260

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1,306

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7,226

7,986
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7,138

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97,056
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18,330
16,348
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60,978
49,720

7,596
6,170
1,426
4,220
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228

22,676
2,650
15 476

14,612

ll,766

l33:250
2,226

12,506

10,030

ll.258

36;078
34,104
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9,850
9,426
424

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17,368
16,020
1,348

4,220
3,986
234

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3,676

4.428
4;252
176
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ll,768
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1,166
3,122

1,052

2hh~sochusettsdid not re@re reporting Of birth o d e r .

44
3,054
2,864
190

3lrth o d e r data shorn

4,046
1,080

252

10,180
9,928

24,650
29,330

53;980

4

6,800
5,372
1,428
2,540
2,408
132

3,150

990
570
420
8,470
4,852
3,618

880

48

680

26

BE

566
12,406

62

26

90

181

8

1,446

96
96

30
30

181

268

8,092
5,760

48

40
40

276

13,852

144
144

21

16C

6

59,614
27,464
32,150

8

%E

551

45,702
1,098
39.312
38;796
516

24
16

264

364

122,230

8
8

50E

8

41,810

32
16
16

882

452
444

8

Not stated

318

4,382

u2,102

rc

852
84C
12
3,676
3,62C
56

4,34
4,28

77,748
60,310
17,438

14,150

4

1

2,106

1,736
6,564
6,318
246

8,498
304

236

1,012
40
2,860
2,664
196

are fc

.

608

286

86

3,930
3,886
44

72
2,366
2,336
30

4 554
1:674

3,356

2,880

2,526

830

82

52

1,510
1,480
30
2,636
442
2,194

7,054
700

156
12

6,354

144

396
18
378

4

204

188

6,658

2,596

3,n4
776
2,338

176
2,432
414
2,018

7,228
5,954
1,274

4,186
3,220
966

4,776
3,680

1,096
2,452
2,274
178

12

5,976

140

2,620
1,896
724

4,094
2,532
1,562

42
32
10

2,648
1,824
824
1,538
1,396
142

1,652

622
968

2,426
1,212
1,214
1,668

18
8

866

1,320

1,030

102

16
14
2
20

1,348
1,240

812
696

484
432

648
478

182

108

116

52

170

922
894
28
2,588

590
566
24
1,824
1,666
158

W

158

106
104
2
378
328
50

108

154
4
654
542
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Lrths In other States to residents of Msssachusetts.

26

348

2,414
2,232

2,366
222

4
152

682

3,510
3,260
250

302
14
1,032
938
94

20

20

68

242
54

28

40
40

88
20
540
390
E O

20

10
10

10
10

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-7 2

Table'2-15. Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color, for Metropolitan and
Nonmetropolitan Counties: United States and Each State, 1961-Continued
. -

... (See headnote at beginning of table)
dK3A AND C0U)R

mal
1

2

3

5

4

6

34,534
32,948
1,586

8,74f
8,464
284

8,53f
8,2Oi
33f

6,74E
6,50E
241

4,566
4,356
2lC

2,63C
2,43E
19:

15,664
14,286
1,378
18,870
18,662
208

4,204
3,95c
254
4,544
4,514
3c

3,95€
3,664
291
4,581
4,53E
44

2,931
2,714
21€

2,05E
1,872

1,131
96E

184

164

3,alE
3,792
24

2,51C
2,484
26

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1,47C
2E

8,084
7,UO
974

2,306
2,12€
18C

2,031
1,81C
221

1,62E
1,48C
148

1,004
854
150

544
454
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6,306
5,524
782
1,778
1,586
192

1,88E
1,74C
14E
42c
38E
32

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44

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668
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13,914
13,854

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2,664
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60

3,39E
3,384
14

4,315
4,308
8
9,598
9,546
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996
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2,400
2,388
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976
976

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832

596
596

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56
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8E
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14
14

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292

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564
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482
482

26€
26E

282
278
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822

378
378

138

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106
106

170
170

15C

176
172
4

652
652

2 832
1:648

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2

6
2,202
2,190
12

1,846
1,832
14

1,164
1,158
6

662
660
2

344
344

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31:570
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35 992

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4,104

27,726
24,552
3,174

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1,614

4,466
3,374
1,092

2 364
1:804
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1,184

272
242
30

104,578
88,592
15,986
30,802
28,100
2,702

28,856
24,960
3,896
7,150
6,610
540

28,052
24,502
3,550
7,940
7,386
554

20,954
18,224
2,730
6,772
6,328
444

12,448
10,520
1,928
4,212
3,846
366

6,832
5,434
1,398
2,230
2,014
216

3,322
2,418
906
1,144
958

186

1,732
1,124
608
632
480
152

2,184
1,240
944
648
408
240

198
172
26
74
70
4

29,942
26,590
3,352

7,196
6,590
606

6,700
6,160

5,468

540

4,942
526

3,690
3,312
378

2,364
2,022
342

1,564
1,298
266

944
742
202

1,984
1,502
482

32
22
10

8,222
7,406
21,720
18,774
2,946

2,212
2,118
e4
4,984
4,472
512

2,024
1,936
88
4,676
4,224
452

1,464
1,390
74
4,004
3,552
452

1,074
1,032
42
2,616
2,280
336

614
566
48
1,750
1,456
294

366
338
28
1,198
960
238

188
180
8
756
562
194

274
252
22
1,710
1,250
460

6
4
2
26

362,520
313,314
49,206

101,628
88,536
13,092

95,030
83,724
I4306

70,862
62,270
8,592

43,016
37,142
5,874

23,792
19,880
3,912

12,496
10,024
2,472

7,018
5,430
1,588

8,232
5,903
2,332

446

306,908
259,478
47,430
55,612
53,836
1,776

88,250
75,526
12,724
15,378
13,010
368

81,650
70,734
10,916
13,380
12,990
390

60,044
51,714
8,330
10,818
10,556
262

35,534
29,898
5,636
7,482
7,244
238

19,322
15,556
3,766
4,470
4,324
146

9,922
7,580
2,342
2,574
2,444

5,558
4,052
1,506
1,460
1,378
82

6,388
4,214
2,174

240

1,m
158

2%
204
2

lll,880
76,850
35,030

32,778
25,128
7,650

27,162
21,108
6,054

19,480
14,554
4,926

12,368
8,246
4,122

7,078
3,866
3,212

4,384
1,826
2,558

2,838
898
1,940

5,728
1,188
4,540

E4
36
28

27,470
19,680
7,790
84,410
57,170
27,240

8,228
6,436
1,792
24,550
18,692
5,858

7,282
5,752
1,530
19,880
15,356
4,524

4,914
3,732
1,182
14,566
10,822
3,744

3,UZ
2,U6
996
9,256
6,130
3,126

1,638
858
780
5,440
3,008
2,432

934
426
508
3,450
1,400
2,050

500
344
2,338
742
1,596

844
196
648
4,884
932
3,892

16,566
15,886
680

3,846
3,724
122

3,524
3,420
104

3,048
2,942
106

2,306
2,212
94

1,528
1,470
58

854
806
48

596
552
44

854
750
104

1,776
1,774
2
14,790
14,uZ
678

532
532

402
402

324
324

224
214

80
80

42
42

52
52

3,314
3,192
122

3,122
3,018
104

2,724
2,618
106

2,092
1,998
94

130
128
2
1,398
1,342
56

774
726
48

554
510
44

104

129,920
205,578
24,342

57,692
52,446
5,246

55,384
50,548
4,836

45,666
41,520
4,146

30,594
27,348
3,246

17,760
15,438
2,322

10,096
8,430
1,666

5,480
4,368
1,U2

7 166
5:404
1,762

82
76

161,144
138,320
22,824
68,776
67,258
1,518

40,892
35,938
4,954
16,800
16,508
292

39,046
34,530
4,516
16,338
16,018
320

32,124
28,226
3,898
13,542
13,294
248

21,530
18,476
3,054
9,064
8,872
192

12,292
10,106
2,186
5,468
5,332
136

6,878
5,328
1,550
3,228
3,102
ll6

3,770
2,736
1,034
1,710
1,632
78

4,560
2,934
1,626

52
46
6
30

31:asa

152
2

130

156

1,686

802
698

2,606
2,470
136

18
8
408

38

2w

36

18
8

10
46

28
18
10
10

10
10

E

30

cc

F
e.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

.2-13

2-15. Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color, for Metropolitan and
Nonmetropolitan Counties: United States and Each State, 1961- Continued

Table

(See headnote at beginning of table)
LIVE-BETK ORDW

AREA AND COLOR

Total
2

1

51,05
43,81
7,23
24,97
21,34
3,62
26,08

22,47
3,608
37,53
36,241
1,291

19,181
18,371
80
18,s
17,87:
481

3

15,181

13,351

13,66:

12,061
l,2&

1,521

7,551
6,771
78:
7,63(
6,881
744
10,264

9,951
30L
5,4S(

6,651

5,93f
7x
6,7N
6,121
572
9,152
8,891
25E

4

5

6

9,561
8,464
1,1@

5,574
4,634
94(

2,92:

4,8U
4,23C
572
4,751
4,221
532

2,72(
2,24t
48t

1,752
960
792

50
42

1,401
1,074
321

74:
48:

43.

20

26(

171

636
312
324

2,854

1,522

58:

2,394
46t

1,22(

891
6@
2a

7,6G
7,44E
2oc

4,95C
4,80E

2,6%

1,28:

2,484
14(

1,ZU

2,53E

1,254
1,152
1%
1,37t
1,332
3f

67f

31f

6%

281

4:
601
571
3(

3(
38:

152

30:

ll(

BE

62,98C
56,754
6,22E

48,108
43,79c
4,31E

30,504
27,318
3,18€

17,37€

25,651

60,09C
54,95c
5J4C

187,958
163,Z.l:
24,741
52,311
51,40:
91’

49,34c
43,31C
6,03C
13,64C
13,444
19E

47,061
42,094
4,868
13,028
12,856
172

37,856
33,678
4,180

18,37(
17,611
75:

4,648
4,516
132

15 19(

19C
4,814
4,704

2,4%
BE

2,42c
2,Sf

64

15,122
2,25E

72

1,27C
1,2oc
7c

69f
64C

3,838
3,736
102

3 652
3:sio
142

3 092
3:OU

1 936

1 054

5%

1:866

1:ooc

80

3,18t
3,01(
17(

810

682
658
24

600
564
36

70
346
316
30

5%
4(

59,93(
34,72C

16,560

13,430
9,240
4,190

9,908
6,702
3,206

4,774
3,582

2,998

3,508
2,634
874
6,400
4,068
2,332

3,608
3,4=

3,352
3,128

20,25t

13,401
6,842
39,68C
21,32(
18,36C

5,754
4,180
1,574
10,806

6,870
3,936

1,192
8,656
5,658

17,641
16,27C
1,372

4,132
3,864

2,424
2,400
24

12
3,476
3,220
256

2

15,218

13,870
1,348
62,248

1,612

2,092
2,OU

7C

5C

131
122
1C

280

212

276
4

2,864

2,218

2,644

2,034
184

60

256

608

1,080

298
56
242
40

198

28

882

12

3,190
410
2,780

258
28

230

778
614
164

26
2

860
738

122

494
416
78

710
548
162

5,372
3,650
1,722

3,448
2,084
1,364

1,216

28

2

10,866

56,200
7,892

52,080
6,788

13,808

8,122

37,150

29,320
24,460
4,860

17,342

203,294

45,356
39,580
5,776

3,534

2,744

166,592

43,866

=,=

40,510
35,484

20 200
16:622

q524
9,038
2,486

20,226

18,358

31,336
27,030
4,306
14,020

17,968
2,258

16,596

12,550

1,762

1,470

7,092
5,170
1,922
3,774
2,952
822

26,466
25,846

6584

5,390

6Z440

5,266

3,904
3,824

620

1M;

124

4,962
4,866
96

17 798
17:534
264

4,668
4,605
62

3,634
3,576

3,378
3,322

2,626

58

56

8,668

1,916

8,312
356

1,834

1,756
1,690

1,584
1,544
40

3,578
9,120
7,838
1,282

4,270
3,662

1,466
1,344
122

58,868

8,942

340

22

68

866

66

54

66

1,230

82

2
256

84

64,092

5,026

82

e4

2,752
1,536

26,372
79,852
69,074
10,778

64

130
130

4,486
2,990
1,496
4,456
3,746
710

M,220

2E
5E

212

7,214
5,372
1,842
6,934

=,a

342

78

9,804
7,650
2,154
10,402
9,308
1,094

6,068

386
322

500

6,736

12,4l2
llJ82

2

324
29E

868

2,206

2,486

598
596

86

122

2,708

ll,342
8,856

468
382

578

ll,440

28,058
ll,994
4
7
w
55,6,234

38(
35t
3t

990

16,958
3,248

40,052

20

18
2

1,678
1,556
122

488
484
4

2

16
16

68

594
164
43c
1,431
31C
1,128

506

8

58

492
452
40

1,544

802
332
470
1,898
53c
1,368

504

2

1,612

1,332
708
624
2,782
1,146
1,636

14,148

ll.B>”228

3;

784
4,252
2,300
1,952

2,366
1,582

862

20,206

as,ozo

35(

2,032
474
1,558

656

23,754
20,038
3,716

10

2,70C

644

220

396
338

1,838

224

202

24

2,260

201

3,102
2,900

26

790
98

4,ll4
1,854

3,882
2,736

2,498
2,310
188

268

888

6:

172
124
48

2,282
2,182
1oc

6,618

691
63f

u
t

4,878
3,188
1,690

3,692
3,576

ll,050
5,510

30
24
6

3,881
2,894
992
1,232
1,194
3t

4,354
4,168
166

25,202

648
468

7,315
5,70C

6,528
10E

780
30

2

341

192
142
50

10,252

54
216
200
16

18

6,490
4,732
1,758

10,ll4
138

582

1,l.M

5,llf
4,08f
1,03t

13,574
ll,432
2,142
3,804
3,69C
114

ll.6

26,

8

9,4l(
7,72(
1,69t

23,868
ZO,~SE
3,OBC
6,636

14Z601

Not stated

1,011
611
401

62f

240,271
214,61,

5,252

OVW

1,63:
1,081
541

2,29!

3,88C
3,764
UT
3,76E
3,681
84

4,66C
4,492
16f
4,492
4,404

3 and

7

28

26
2

2,320

4,026

1,212

1,880

22

1,108

2,146

10

1,648
774
874

1,096
408

14
12

2,620

1,800

2,ll4
506

1,310
490

1,224
804
420

1,696
460
1,236
2,330
1,420
910

688

32

2

18
10
8

6,942
5,042
1,900

13,404

254

9,808

194

3,596

60

4,386
3,104

7,566

ll2

5,446

91
18
142
100
42

1,282
2,556

618

2,120
5,838
4,362
1,476

2,456
48

1,470
1,438
32

704

840

108

680

772

24

68

104
4

1 594
1:574

912
930

12

54

258

286

48

28

558
538
20

486
14
340

1,230

910
882

432
422
10
272

500

20

50

14

54

4

80

2,594
32
1,278

5,818

4,770
1,048
2,504

1,938

54
54

I

I

2-14

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table 2 4 5. Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color,tfor Metropolitan and
.Nonmetropolitan Counties’: United States and Each State, 1961’-Continued
(See headnote at h e w i n g of table)

AREA AND COraR

Total
3

2

1

9,386
9,368
18

2,322

2,m

2,306

2,090
6

9,386

2,312

2,096

9,368
le

2,306
6

2,090

97,054
73,158
23,896
52,108
40,220

6

1,720
1,718

1,322
1,320

2

2

354
554

a3
83

818
818

446
446

230
228

354
354

8B
89

27,910
22,778
5,l32

23,944
19,636
4,308

17,4IB
13,686

U,282
8,266

3,732

3,016

15,304

13,158
10,996
2,162
10,786
8,640
2,146

9,900
7,930
1,970
7,518
5,756
1,762

4,584
1,542
5,156
3,682
1,474

13,254

8,500

12,566
688

8,012

8,598

5,442
5,086
356
3,058

1,628

2,926
132

1,534
94

4,584
4,292
292

2,776
2,580
196

1,720
1,582

1,056
944

138

112

1,504
1,404
lo0
3,080

832
752

432
404

80

1,944

28
1,288

254
226
28
802

2,888

1,828

2,488

65,056
61,238

17,474
16,620

16,250
15,442

3,818

854

808

q482
10,846
636
5,992
5,774
218

10,706
10,082
624
5,544
5,360
184

39,034

10,846

9,230

37,104
1,930

10,454

8,922

6,778
6,488

392

308

290

3,676
3,568
108
7,170

3,192
3,078
u4

6,886

5,844
194

284

22,986

6,038

8,088

510
4,656
4,478
178

2,296

2,192

104
4,482
4,296
186

22,212
714

21,598
20,934
664

18,616
18,052

47 650
44Z278
3,372
50,744

ll,884
U,192

10,948
10,366

9,3&
8,868

50,262

692

582

q102

U,O20
82

10.650
l0;568
82

2,262
2,174

2,110
2,060

306

88

50

8,560

2.262
.2;174
88

2,UO

306

230
228
2

2

12,008

8,254

446
446

1,322
1,320

10,m

8,754

818

2

32,938

8,560

818

7

1,720
1,718

12,660
2,644
l2.,606

482

6

6

ll,888
44,946

98,394
94,540
3,854

5

4

2,060
50

564

6,126

488

192
13,520
13,008

512
6,374
5,910
464
7,146

2

6,466
4,068
2,398

3,932
2,220
1,712

3,352
2,142
1,220
3,ll4
1,926
1,188

1,922

4,504
4,160
344

2,418

2,876
2,626

250

116
8,928

8,512
416

2,172
974
1,198

1,296
314
922
2,420
1,058
1,382

74

2,222

1,238
1,094

e,”

206

144

1,390
1,106
284

1,490
1,338
152
928
874
54

742
656

1,158
852

86

496
438
58

714

76
64

22
138

w

28
L.3

2

10

622

10

152
616

IQ

484

1C

132
2,020

1,818
202

368
336
42
1 E52
1:492

2

24
24

c
C

10
18

1,178
ll0

718
84

160

5,250
4,982
268

3,120
2,864
256

4,282
3,884
398

94

2 186

1,284

1 614

3G

1Z958

1,062
222

1:ZSC
328
2,668
2,598
70

58
53

48

1,716
1,660
56

i,iz4
1,100
24

624

320

188

602
22

300

180

20

8

1,716
1,660
56

1,124
1,100
24

624
602
22

320
300
20

180
8

7,098

214
ll8
fli

974
418
556
1,198
556
642

1,062
860
2,010

3,966
3,602
364
4,962
4,910
52

490
9,238
9,184
74

3 716
1:412
2,304

228

3,064
3,024
40

1,836

1,802
34

188

216
178
38

OZ

2
34
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-15

Table 2-16. Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color, for Standard Metropolitan

Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961

LIVE-BTTCPH ORDW

Total
2

1

3

2,128,380

704,506

647,058

2,290,262
438,ll8

605,848
98,658

560,368
86,690

3,190
2,982
208

1,054

854

1,000

54

1

5

4

I

U4,674

54,692

145,808
40,204

75 086
28:4ffl

39,214
19,761

45 572
34:230

110,064
4,610

310

190
174

78

68
28

2
2

16

40
36
4

96

16
968
846
122

492
402
90

170
92
78

1 070

820

566
538

54

28

282
28

2,958
2,650
308
710
498
212

2 992
2:750
242

2,462
2,238
224
458
332
126

1 710
1:516
194
306
200
106

3 458
3:324
134

3 410
3:312
98

2 830
2:724

1 940
1:850

106

90

8 222
1:816

2 212

2 024

2:lle

1:936

406

94

88

1 464
1:390
74

9,674
9,512

2,670
2,626

2,686
2,656
30

13 998
13:398
603

604
456
148

'

62

238
178
60

2
2

lle
46

196
148
48
92
24

158
22

2

72

68

136

2

1:014
56

526
484
42

310
286
24

398
352
46

56
52
4

1 014
1:032
42

614
566
48

366
338
28

188
180
8

274

6

252
22

4

1,992
1,962
30

1,210
1,190

614
598

16

ll2
104
8

126
120
6

8
8

20

256
248
8

550
548
2

376
374
2

202
202

e6
84
2

74
74

92

174
734
40

464
424
40

242
218
24

136
lJ.2
24

58
42
16

U6

128
106

78

78

60

62

22

18

16

58

162

44

2 830
2:808
22

770
766
4

680
672

4 016
3:726
290

1 162

1 062

60

56

4,574
4,156
418

.I 470

1 228
1:m

778

100

60

534
476
58

280
254
26

2,792
2,486
306
26 288
18:508

950
864
86

698
636
62

498
438
60

330
290
40

134
ll2

ea
78

34
22

22

10

12

7 570
5:tleS
1,682

6 674

4,964
3,672
1,292

2 970

1,518

1,614
910
704

982
454
528

3 218
4394
824

838
644
194

798
640
158

638
484
154

416
308
108

182
130

52

5 294
3:552
1,142

1 644

1,192

398

310

984
152
232

554
340
214

340
182
158

130

5,504
4,640
864

1,732
1,554
118

1 344
1:XO
184

940

350
262

144

132

582
478
104

88

72

7 790
7:004

2 086
1:9le
168

1 816

I 446

1:728
148

1:332
114

898

526
460
66

354
300
54

41 960
29:402
12,558

ll 076

9 996

7 868

8:312
2,764

3 252
1:964

2,310

1,288

6 210
3:916
2,294

1 620

1 442

1:096
524

1:006

2,910
2,904
6

672
670
2

596
596

7 622
5:690
1,932

1,850

1,920
1,580
340

1484

1,992
1,950
42

520
510
10

450

412

442
8

406
6

5 196

1 318
1:312

1 334

1 068

1:326

7,780

786

1:roz

1:352
ll8

1:246

1,452

398

8

1:006

5$6

882

7:686

436

118

808

5:az
2,056

2
2

30

2
2

650
186
464

44
14
858

6

206
652

4
2

148
92
56

74
54
40

120
58
62

4
4

2.m

144
36
108

212
26

6

186

6

208
136
72

2
2

316

4
2

ea

216

130
96
34
224

.

118

270

46

106

2

1 926
1:ou

1,050
476

1,386
384

914

574

1,002

50
36
14

234

178
56
122

284
68
216

106
106

402
400
2

276
274
2

164
164

86

954
704
250

588
400

324
182
142

190
86

3ffi
96

104

210

282
274
8

140
136
4

78
78

54
54

56
50

646
640

23a
224

ll0
ll0

76
76

4
4

6

410
406
4

1,672
968
704

1,046
454
592

702
88

4
4

86
84
2

68
68

1:les

296

4 028
2:736
1,292

3 494

2 620

2:456
1,038

1:19a

7 1 030
67i964
3,066

190
188
2

150
144

14,046
12,720
1,326

3,660
3,342
318

3,668
3,400

2,934

268

214

6 164

20

8
8

4
4

lllnsochuootts did not require reporting of birth order.

86

250

14,664
8,756
5,908

18
2

5 356
3:720
1,636

4

284

1:062
6

5:960
204

816
82

88

498
248

8

6

2:032
938

2

838
554

1,ll6
786
330
608
608

6

5:160
36

tot s t a t e d

79,802

271,006

2,618
1,670
948

and over

58,982

437,296
70,778

1,288

1

103,574

325,698

10,130

7

186,012

508,074

12,018

6

822

2,720

102
132

188

86

6

2
4

6

6

.

644

454

164
480

88
366

32
32

8
8

8

8

8

8

1,846
1,668
178

968
836
132

450
310
80

258
206
52

240
160

6

2

6

2

Birth order data shown a m for b i r t h s ' i n other States to residents of t h i s area.

614

80

70 480
61:424
3,056
22

18
4
6 124
5:922
202

1

2-7 6

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table 2-16. Live Births by Live-Birth Order.and Color, for Standard Metropolitan

Statistical Areas of the United States: 196lrColrtinued
-

(See headnote at beginning of table)

-

LIvE-BmiTlORDw
2

1

3

4

7

3 and over

ilct stated

~

5,454
5,420

1,074
1,068

1,024
1,014
10

828
824
4

692
688
4

512
512

6,666
666

7,u2
6,540
572

6,140
5,612
528

4,134
3,744
390

2,652
2,346
306

1,194
95c

7,606
7,050
556

1,934
1,806
126

1,872
1,752
120

1,552

610

3,700
3,642
58

1,028
1,012
16

970
952
18

734
726
8

1,040
970
70
508
500
8

292
26C
32
JlE

3 00%
2:780
228
6,756
3,982
2,774

1,036
980
56

558
514

302

44

592

756
716
40
1,508
1,044
464

1,122
802
320

36
752
434
318

5,788
5,438
350
7,100
4,824
2,276

1,720
1,652
68

1,508
1,436
72

994
948
46

658
606
52

396
338

1,514
532

2,046

1,850
1,410
440

1,288
964
324

846
564
282

460
214
246

6,652

5,280
1,372

2,064
1,722
342

1,744
1,494
250

1,220
998
222

684
506
178

152 554
m:ll8
34,436

39 136
3l:734
7,402

36,556
30,042
6,514

29 436
23:sso
5,486

27 062
23:lOO
3,962
41 076
33:078
7,998

6 776
5:990
786
10,504
8,646
1,858

6 128
4372
756
10 056
8:382
1,674

2,734
2,616
ll8
6,328
4,058
2,270

708
676
32
1,852
1,288
564

716
698
18

6,158
4,262
1,896
18 368
15:776
2,592
6 494

34

6

30,040
26,950
3,090

6:148
346
28 136
22:028
6,108
6,522
6,272
250
17 290
15:090
2,200
2 688

2:476
212
25,220
23,8lO
1,410
6 540
6:146
394
90,010
74,512
15,498
2 438

2:436
2
6,234
6,126
108
2 638
1:622
1,016
12,536

12,llo
426

7,332

1,456

96

266

364

sse

29E

660
658
2

2
2

566
156

750
524
226

4
2

144

15R
128

4
4

2.9:

6

568
42
230
226

4
176
166
10
510
254
256

244

114
4

Be

722

104
4c

2

30

56
56

56
56

.

46
3c
16

44

2
2

36
8

70
18
316
104
212

me

412

2U
18
2

218

126

IEC

XI2

2

202

142

16

24

*

252
90
162

14
124
32
92

228
36
192

6

382
256
126

234

iza

144
90

7c
58

19 510
l5:006
4,504

I
t 858

6 742
4:2x
2,508

3 966
2:314
1,652

5044
4:312
672
8,390
7,040
1,350

3 540
3:054
486
5 526
4:490
1,036

2,214
1,806
40%
2,966

1432
1:W
296
1 698
l:178
520

816
608

324
310
14
738
500
238

220

?%
386

568
544
24
1,088
792
296

1,990
1,556
434
5 078
4:4a2
596

1 408
1:084
324
4,568
4,026
542

1,056
760
296
3 696
3:222
474

708
470
238
2,412
2 016
396

418
244
174
1,258
1,018
240

74

222
26
196
360
236
124

1 498
1:4l6
82

1 328
1:WZ
16

1154
1:092
62

814
782
32

538
484
54

346
338
8

230
220
10

582
560
22

7,826
6,524
1,302

7 338
s:210
1,128

5 596
4:542
1,054

3 376
2:486
890

1 646
1:046
600

996
564
432

576
288
288

770
358
412

12
10
2

1,630
1,582
48

1,172
1,128
44
3 456
3:080
376

866
838
28
2,302
1,992
310

514
480
34
1 274
1:ffi4
220

278
270
8

162
148
14

202
172

2

4 410
3:980
430

1,696
1,652
44
4 388
3z9l.2
476

650
5L8
132

404
124

400
268
132

710
670
40

652
620
32

580
540
40

326
300
26

210
196
14

ll0
98
12

48
28
20

50
22
28

2
2

7 080
6:768

6,500
348

5 046
4:7e4
262

3,124
2,954
170

1,498
1,374
124

892
806

312

582
512
70

1,776
1,702
74

1,652
1,566
86

1,294
1,212
82

882
836
46

442
408
34

250
196
34

494
458
36
L28
104
14

4
2
2
2
2

21,176
17,646
3,530
514
514

.20,384
17,530
2,484
484

17,844
15,396
2,448

12,376
10,554
1,822

7,874
6,400
1,474

4,436
3 554
1:osz

2,580
1,804
776

3 306
1:802
1,504

456
456

326
326

242
240
2

188
188

106
106

122
122

1,346
1,334
12

1,268
1,252

914
892

16

22

194
190
4
72
8
64

180
170
10

456

588
584
4
138
50
88

314
306
8

832
578
254

1,422
1,390
32
694
480
214

3,036
2,938
98

2,646
2,540
106

1,062
1,022
40

676
656

392
382
10

80Z
790
12

6,152

.

~

310

264
154

146

ll0

2,264
2,194
IO

1,608
1,542
66

sa

4394
3,464

90

206

80

14
410
206

10
234
98
136
206
78
128

204

658

512
146

86

80
26

54

20

2%

4c

206

886
564
322
50
50
178
54

124
146
42
104
334
260

280

4a4
72

196
90
106
5 312
2'416
2:896
1,108
760
348
1,032
552
480

z

6

38
28
10
4
2
2

18
14
4

56
52
4
380
60
320
4
2
2

2

50

144
120
24

34

26
8

8
8

98

4

12

4

86
50
46
4

1

SECTION 2 - NATALm
'

_._- 2- 16. Live
Table

2-11

Births by Lve-Birth Order q d Color, for Standard Metropolitan

Statistical Areas of the United Stafes: 1961-Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)
~33mi3ioFml?

ARFA AM) COLOR

Total
2

1

5,701
5,43
261

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124

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44

801
34

501
16

24
2

110
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94
93

8%
816
E

516

264

561
1

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60
60

72
72

1
1204
96
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16
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120

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5CE

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146
42

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82

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6

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1
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12

12

12

6
6

62
62

532
532

364
364

13
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70
70

78
78

2 381

244
176

354
234
120

1924

4,38(
4,011
36:

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8,261
8,06:

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2,851

84
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2,ffi(

202
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1:906

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892

551

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1 871
1:45
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1,046

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308

280

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252

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391
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8,522
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2,500
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15,172
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178
164
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544
492

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702
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3,751
3,361
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620
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374
320
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811
641
17(

682
512
170

422

1:241

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231
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2,ll4

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2,928

2,224

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2,520

408

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4

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194
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136

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271
31

368
82
286

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32
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182

218
164
54

154
28

10
10

20

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226

268

134

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92

124

471
42:
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302

510

268

442

34

68

140
96
44

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52

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30
22

92
46
46

460
344
ll6

238
146
92

161
%

104

152

1,988
1,670
318

1,272
990
282

822
544
27E

1,442

74

7/34
7,662
192

154
140
14

2
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4

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62

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318

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154

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660
512
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198

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150

122

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132
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72

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146
114
32

122
78
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578
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288
230

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242
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512

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414

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2:302
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1,082

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242

4 886
4574
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1232

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48

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6:868
744

2,198
1,994
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1 962
1:s12

1552
1:410

3,938
3,722

3,972
3,682

15,926
14,678
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W6

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5,020

1,588

9,886

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4,246

150

290

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920

142

3,268
3,008
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876
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196

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114

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334
36

1,844

5,602

1,682

5,408
194

1,650

2:984
144
18 506
15:016

lkesnchueetts did not require reporting of birth order.

8 680
6:836

32

1,046

890

100

562
50

1,926

932

108
1,070

546

290

1,284

780

50

120

202
178
24

612

2 822
1:004
1,818

33 106
24:476
8,630

4(

300
264
36

3,714
1,334
2,380

3 728

- 63 - 0

29,

stated

50

1

2:07
21

ll:532
2,012

093-094 0

2

6E

YOt

E

1,361

8,981

3 ana over

7

6

1,24

4,l.x
4,061
4

10,35i

5

4

226

,

298
58

148
404

240

62

10

4

60

56
94

56

4

2

2 204
1:430
774

1,422
774

218
200

122

220

120

18

2

212
8

2

36

350
334
16

424
330
94

180
128
52

126

70
36
34

146
44
102

10
4
6

3 646
3:050

2 368

860

8

596

452

548
374
174

652
356

656

14f2
1:104
368

686
670
16

704
646
58

430
404
26

250
220
30

122

84
7s
6

102

2

80
22

2

610

1:916

866

648

66
60
603
254

108
14

s r t h order aata shown are for births in other States to residents of this area.

*

12
2

8

296

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-18

Table2r16. Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color, for Standard Metropolitan

'Statistical Areas of the United states: 1961-Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)

.

m

-

m

~

mal
2

1
5,634
2,814
2,820

1,446
880

12,858
9,302
3,556
13,142
I4378
1,764

3,526
2,774
752
3,920
3,536
384

5,768
5,686
82

566

1,442

.

4

3

990

5

1,306
824
482

570

608
286
322

438
154

420

3 038

2 426

1548

928
586
342
782

452

284

and over

242
54
188

204
28
176

396
18
378

518

532
132
400
326

2,244
288

1,166

622

316

1%

238

160

136

68

140

2

1,336
1,318
18

1llo

772
756

460
454

, 280

272

150
148

zl4
204

16

6

8

2

10

4
4.

1 054

870
824
46

576

316
290

134

52

544

48

32

26

12

84
64
20

684

932
492
440

5,198
4,522
676

3,280
2,724
556

1,936

2,612
2,556
56

654
648
6

574

542
534
8

8 182
7:394
788

2 470

1 454

1:ow

568

6

1:096
14

450
1,404

6,472
5,640
832

286

232

122

52

1,508

998
702

468

428

296

216

3'80
362

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ll6

212

ll0

56
56

E6

18

6

6

908
790

252

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438
82

164
130
34

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199
98

206

134
72

174
82
92

160
54
106

230

154

w4

210
20

148

194

6

20

1:340
114

4 228
3:204
1,024

994
806
188

934
752
182

e58
708
150

564
436
128

106

6,372
6,244
128

1,658
1,632

1,678
1,658
20

1,236
1,220

798
788

404
394

16

10

10

7 826
7:536
290

2,164
2,llO
54

1 880
1:822

1444
1:406
38

1 066

314

180

290

162

214
182

44

562
540
22

24

18

32

2,672
2,654
18
4,012
3,422

570
570

504
500
4

380
380

222
220

150
150

92
92

266
264

1168
1:062

982
850

590

Lo6

132

92
38
54

2 972

1,016

666

2:518
454

934
82

3 334

58

488
478
10
740
658
82

570
96

586
482
104

848

620

2,330
274

1,036
930
106
646
602
44

4 368
4:226
142

1358
1:322
36

I210
1:178
32

6,478
4,608
1,870

1,970
1,560

5 568
5:100
468

138

58

442

234

1W

38

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58

38

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288
232
56

186
148
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48
30

376
300
76
314
288
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128

902
870
32

488
466
22

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6

1,124
876
248

678
480
198

408

240

208

200

96
144

154
38

410

1,572
1,282
290

330
68
262

1 302
1:222

1,190
1,130

I 138

816

60

100

740
76

288
244
'44

154
130

80

512
478
34

4l,O18
36,100
4,918

31,360
27,686
3,674

19,318
16,628
2,690

J0,436
8,132
1,704

5 306

2 934
2:2EO

4,284
3,808
476
1,218
1,150
68

3 492

1 426

904
832
72

2 334
1:976
358
590
524
66

18,ll4
15,580
2,534
5,160
4,622
538

4,524
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SECTION 2 - NATALITY
Table 2-16,

2-19

Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color,,for Standard Metropolitan:
Statistical Areas of the United States: 196.1-Corrtinued
(See headnote at beginning of table)

iI
ARER AUD COIDR

mtal
3

2

1

4

5

7

6

3 ana over

1,698
1,508
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420
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7:154
598

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6:640
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3:610
406

2 386

1 3c6

2:056

1:ll6
190

774
574

40,508
39,510
998

10,224
9,994
230

9,270
9,056
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5,624
5,484
140

3,260
3,178

1,944

82

66

936
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48

8 762
5Z256
3,506

2 088
1:462
626

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1,068
630
438

690
396
294

494
196
298

238

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1,124

820
580
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606
420
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350
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654
430
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96

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172
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6
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4,070
3,624
446

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850
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9,560
7,360
2,200

2,838
2,360
478

2 332
1:916
416

1,072
780
292

36,442
28,374
8,068

10,266

9,940
8,080
1,860

4 132
3:186
946

2,360

1,128

538

1,660
700

736
392

286

1 4 452

3 820

1 918

928
798

492

224

1,364

238

3 870
3:540
330

23 162
14:092
9,070

5 814
3:m
1,928

5 074
3:470
1,596

1,348

6 170
4:294
1,876

1 724
1:294
430

1570

1,154

320

838
316

67 348
11,496

6 1 346
51:462
9,884

16,550
11,780
4,770

4 650
3:608
1,042

2,400
2,214
186

598
570

600

28

40

3,166
3,090
76

774
752
22

12 964

3,332
3,512
420

222 056
180:454
41,602

ll.:ozo

1,944

55:852

22

252

202

116
86

1,328
286

696

690
246
444

766
496
270

400
23.4
186

240

126

104

40
86

170
46
124

20
12
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35:474
7,340

23 914

12 400
9:204
3,196

6 480
4:590

3 530

1,246

4 074
2:402
1,672

I50

1,890

3 960
3:180
780

3 046
2:326
720

2,020
1,424
596

1,164

688
312
376

396
142
254

606
104
502

20
8
12

640

530
500
30

320
284
36

122

70
62

18

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70
54
16

2

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672
658
14

622
604

478
470
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306
304
2

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3,474
3,106
368
3 358
3:096
262

2,478
2,194

1 416
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708
540

284

258

168

2,492
2,306

1 884

186

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1,076.
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156

1,032
832

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2,812

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1 688

1:636
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1:430
258

24,144
22,416
1,728

6,538

6,748
6,326
422

6 278
4:886
1,392

1 778

6 994

180

130

3 008
1:910
1,098

19:064
4,850

1:718

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676
488

10

362
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2

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324
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74
108

4
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312
102
210
348
260
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64

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542

1,434
1,292
142

618

342

532

254
88

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1:374
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1,148
960

678
518
160

440
286
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76

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72
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506
466
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262
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32

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128
22

218
160
58

99 830
79:194
20,636

25 932
20i952
4,980

24 652

12 676

7,502
5,672

4 184
2:ex
1,350

2 182
1:340
842

18 326
16:784
1,542

4,616
4,324
292

4,152
3,888
264

19 836
16:332
3,504
3 544
3:314
230

856

49,920
45,564
4,356

12,958

12,530

10,370
9,658
712

6,426
5,886
540

3,680
3,340
340

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318
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3,216
3,192

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674
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1,824
1,558
266

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‘Ehnnachuaettn did not r e d r e reporting of birth older.

8

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90
42

540
446
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14

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796
158

1,150

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192

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348

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28
22
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3,164
3,140
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88

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90

48
48

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4

4

220

92

w8
2

Birth order data shorn are for births in other States to resident5 of t h i s area.

64

1,324

24

4,362
4,318
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10

314

3,012
2,796
216

62

2

240
134

342

206
136

5,040
4,760
280

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122
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82
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62

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394
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304

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1,220
524

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2:022
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6,132
406

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1,862
344
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4,160

8 456
1,794

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176
48

3,404
3,184

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388
104

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220

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124
500

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824
782
42

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12
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1,070
62

108
110

2,732
2,528
204

2,056

1,132

286

448

8,210

22
20
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158
128

1,096
648

62

976
680
296

510

2,050

626
40

64
46
18

352
158

2,058

586
332

Yot stated

2-80

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

.

Table 2-16.
- - Live Births by Live-Birth

Order and Color,,'for Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Areas of the United States:- 19611-Continued
.

- _(See
- .-headnote at beginning of table)
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2,830
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3,612

3,370
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170
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2,102
192

9,414
6,372
3,042

3,176
2,690
486

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3,364
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- .2-81.

1

Table 2-16. Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color, for Standard Metropolitan'

Statistical Areas of the United States: 1961 -Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)

Total
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958
908
50

776
726
50

496
466

314

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106
10

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76
16

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84
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298

30

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3 391

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3,002
2,70C
302

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sa

258
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8

186

10

16

ll,610
10,962
648

648

3,748
3,502
246

884

832
52

6

5 358
4:680
678
1 4 384
13:734
650

1512
1:372
l40

1 334

960

1:200

850
ll0

640
542
98

380
314

212
172
40

120
92

198
136

66

28

62

3 568

3 224
3$8

2,056
1,960
96

1204

1:136
68

638

368

590
48

352
16

470

96

2 e40
4744
96

390
80

14
2

8 162

2 346
2:uz

1 996

1652

524
460
64

274

152
128
24

13%
104

2
2

34

2
2

3:420
148

134

2
16

1:822
174

1:498
154

1,078
966
ll2

4 196
3:596
600

3 934
3:350

2 864
2:396
468

1 910
1$6
354

1,026
710
316

510
298
212

322
164

450
190

158

260

-

3%
150

582

68

244
14

90
10

58
10

82

26

150
WO
20

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26

414
386
28

258

556

558
532

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1:338
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550
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226

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226

146

ll2

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80

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56

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54
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9,210
1,430

2,662
2,320
342

2 284
2:078
206

2 058

1,390

522
240
82

466
288
178

4,104
3,750

1,214

1,046
964

7:m
726
15 214
12:262

2,952

314

5,826
4,620
1,206
6 830

6:3l8
512
9,034
7,804
1,230

2 520
1:540
980

134

584

920
776

536
434

168

144

102

760
702

480
440

312

126

268

110
16
1%

1,222

1,n2
102
1,772
1,466
306

82

58

40

1552
250

1,084
896
188

592
460
132

44
394
266
128

1 876
1:762
n 4

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1:478
104

1358
1:286
72

830

518
456
62

2,610

2 510
2:262

1 746
1z562
184

1,016

248

850
166

2,330
280

50

208

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1:302

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766
64

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66
58

66
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..
.. -100
76

2
2

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8

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98
52
46

134
64

70

4
2

236

174

252

216

I44

206

4
4

20

30

46

506

288

385

186
102

146
100
46

206
122

120

ll0
e4

96'

6

6

6

e4

618

422

448

66
88

78

68
16
52

114
20
94

2
2

170

260
162

la

216

282
162
120

154

548

518
368

482

324

192

114

130

98

58

70
12
58

54
12
42

SO
12
78

4

150
1610

1564
1:538

358

200

616.

258

332
26

192

232
26

4
4

26

976
948
28

652

13768
42

1878
1:824
54

3,300
2,678
622

958
830
128

810
700

574
492
82

360
290
70

244
174
70

146

ll0

62

82
46
36

53,858
37,024
16,834
3,4m
3,158
242

15,785

13,332
9,700
3,632

9,898
7,148
2,750

6434
4:266
2,168

,108
,110
998

,160
478
682

836
176
60

778
734

672
634

510
478

158

44

38

32

16

5,060
3,378
1,682

1,216
920
296

1,234
924
310

936
672
264

196

3,566

940
926
14

.', '3J6

452

852

1848

1:150
698

7 700
73454
246

3,464
102

l h s a c h u a e t t s d i d not require reporting of b i r t h order.

BJ

764

U,606
4,180

352

874
22

order data shown a r e f c

226

1

,.

, W96
20

.. .
bi-q'in

c

112
80

646

450

442
.LO

56

36

3,508

2,136
1,372
276
244
32
346
196

150
268

8

4

122

4

60
62

2
2

1,564
542
1,022

68
38
30

66
64
2

102

2

84

2

2 2

170

1M)

72
98

272
44
228

6

84

142

134

la
6'

142
136

74
64

98

2

260

86

2

8

6

10

12

e r State5 to reaidents of t h i s area.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-82 ’

Table’2-1!6.,’Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color, for Standard Metropolitan
Statistical Areas of the United States; lgC,,i*.&ontinued’
,

(See headnote at beginning of tabie)

-

.. .

I

le__

Total
3

5

4

6

7

rot stated

8,590
7,726
864

2,060
1,950

2,150
1,970

1,772
1,646

180

126

130

642
536
106

332
264
68

194
134

ll0

EC1

84

3484
3:206
278

1104
1:056
48

1,006

634

354

190

940
66

584

310

5E

36

62
16

62
5cI

50

160
30

78

5 a0
5z780

1596
1:590
6

1582
1z570

672
670
2

408
404
4

174
174

12

1ll4
1:U
2

2:040
380

2 222
1:92a
294

1,930
1,632
298

1,194
976
228

556

424
294

108

130

102

158

1 448

1286

868

648
220

248
126
122

92

4f

114
28
BE

2
2

258

500
322
178

32
7€

320
68
68

54
54

56
56

42
42

c

18
18

1cI
1cI

8
8

1 2 EM
12i474

5,352
5,142

1,410

704.
676
28

348
320
28

130
4
4

18

12cI
10€I
12

124

50

1,090
1,064
26

228

220

1,334
1,300
34

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2 710

2,760

2 292

1 622

802

2:068

1:428
194

130

u 4

294
198
98

0

2z462
248

2,524

1,304

19E
2 5 EI
I
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17,964
13,702
4,262

9,080
6,528
2,552

4,881
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5,714
3,348

368

2,368

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2:631

3,746

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2,786

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9,380
7,692
1,688
4,692
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1,322

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12,754

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130
1,360

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236

224

39 896
32Z932
6,964

60,834
51,388
9,446
32 364
26:470
5,894

309,704
25,856

53,848
167 726
130z436
37,290

42 718
34:766
7,952

.

I

34,406
28,052

6,354
21,498
16,676
4,822

664

752

%I

200

.XI

aid not r e d r e repoTMng of birth order. BLrth o d e r data show are f o r births in other States t0 realdents of t h i s area.
E m k , N.J., Jersey City, N.J., and patemon-Qiiton-Wssaic,
2Comprleed of four standara metmp0lLte.n statistical. axasSTev York, N.Y.,
Middlesex end Somerset Counties, N.J.

‘M?.ssachusetts

‘ ~ ~ ~ r i sofe two
d s t m metmpolLtan s t a t i s t i d areas-~hicago, Lu.,and Gery-Hapnnond-Fast Chicago, Ind.

308
224

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20

12

144

ti

140
4

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22f

308

114

z

150

114
114

f

110

2

14

/I

0

316

44
30
14

IJ.J.-and

two Mnmetmpo~taneountien,

SECTION 2 - NATALITY.

2-8 3

Table 2-11. Live Births by Age of Father, Age of Mother; Sex of Child, and'
Color: United States,, 1961
(Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a IO-percent sample. Figures for age of mother not stated a r e distributed)

4,268,326
7,462
601,720
1,445,054

I I.

15-19

20-24

years

years

l31,2lc

L,014,26C

L,180,84C

71

34
2(

1,872
ll4,414
14,44f
401
51
2c

1

;
: ;2

30-34

25-29

years
-

yearn
864J7C
-

506,392
28
2,974
27,214
91,014
217,408

884
333,302
632,354
42,98C
3,898
73€
1OC
2
4

12c
60,258
570,494
494,664
49,212
5,458
600

32
10,200
124,250
387,686
303,300
35,854
2,756

3c
6

80
12

234,848

16

l.l9,698

43,01(

2,186,274

4c

67,888

521,050

605,736

442,448

251,858

3,876
309,556
74l,838
553,402
345,958

li

1,034

59,078
7,52c
212
32
12

5,254
64,224
198,440
154,780
18,292
1,394
40
8

12
1,542
13,910
46,052
lll,108
78,996
6,124
U.0
4

10
484
3,892
ll,466
30,936
52,230
20,302
368

2

74
30,970
292,628
253,668
25,268
2,806
310
10
2

16

14

452
171,538
324,798
21,928
1,906
374
50

421,722

248,534

f

4

181,028
47,928
2,614
74

E

2,082,052

31

63,322

493,210

575,104

22

838
55,338
6,928
19c

432
161,764
307,556
21,052
1,988
364
50
2
2

46
29,286
277,866
240,996
23,944
2,652

3,386
292,164
703,216
528,304
331,306
174,722
46,186
2,504
64
3,600,864

577;994
301 866
79:976
4,312
86

1,848,794

2

E
4

8

I!

1

1,512
243,596
635,224
475,448
295,948
153,854
40.948

1,752,070
1,296
228,llO
599,208
452,236
282,046
148,012
39,028
2,092
42

2C

2
48

109,564
946
95,57c
12,668
324
42

578
282,952
556,694
36,492
3,194

12

590
80

L, 037,536

760,208

435,9461

197,664

72
50,472
502,022
437,586
42 254
4:d78
520
26

20
8,394
105,982
341,912
269,980
31,446
2,404
62

16
2,390
21,642
74,812
189,016
137,ll8
10,772
174

8

726
5,8U
17,568
48,998
88,734
35,138

6

8

6

6

2

2
2

28

56,754

453,546

533,146

389,818

4
14

538

298
146,094
286,470
18,758
1,576
308
42

52
26,104
258,034
224,696
21,622
2,360
266
10
2

12

4

49,436
6,574
172
26
8

11

880,584

102
6

1,208

6
1,248
ll,056
38,088
96,864
69,758
5,492

28
4

88
2
213,344

4,326
54,850
175,274
138,064
16,052

20

52,810

427,038

504,390

370,390

12

408
46,134
6,094
152

280
136,858
270,224
17,734

20

8

16

1,618
282
38
2
2

24,368
243,988
212,890
20,632
2,218
254
16
4

133,676

143,304

306
50,350
75,660
6,488
702
148
20

48
9,784
68,472
57,078
6,958

4
4

4

2

667.462

24

21,646

4,654
130,014
210,622
154,022
99,270
53,884
14,138

18

926
18,844
1,778
78
10

2

2

8

2

806
52

2

337,480

12

2,384
65,960
106,614
77,954
50,010
27,174
6,980
394
30

8

2

80
4

2

U.,=
496
9,640
946
40
6
4

8,122

15,30(
12,062

1,07f

L

16
100,942

34,62€

10,764

5,034

41,534

658

4
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2,998

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8,666

2,7E

25,328
45,196

18,018
324

8
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12,811
10,821

1,02f
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33,281

446

44

186

12
4

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10,15€

4,694

39,222

2
62
234
496
1,002

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14,962
12,824
5,264
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1,550
1,164
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3,488
3,108
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2

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2,284
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894

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2,936
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7,424
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8,384

35,256

66
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18,756

16,202
28,392
18,364
1,278
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192
1,796
5,476
ll,072
13,898
4,652
84
6

596
15,718
13,704
5,626
3,208
2,048
594
40

248
510
1,004
1,716
1,286
206
4

386
1,010
1,824
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29fl
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7,964
l4;244
9,238
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5€

4
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2,100
4,138
5,812
3,506
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18,268
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33,320
4,408
352

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9,374
23,166
16,716
2,240

134

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102

34€
942
2,09c
3,59E
3,22c
49f

4

16,760
-

52,630

4

1,148
30,680
26,528
10,890
6,316
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37,184

22
4,866
34,594
28,972
3,646

86

2
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482
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2,450
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8,902
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334
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4,068
51,132
166,638
131,916
15,394
1,196
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25,444
38,328
3,170
332

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10
1,142
10,586
36,724
92,152
67,360
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86
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2
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880

222,6021

4,464
78,820
64,270
30,106
17,982
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210
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2,260

7f
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4,64€
3,914
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20
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4
160
714
1,606
3,192
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3,406
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stated

545

13,81(

434
3,722
ll,578
29,134
50,402
19,488
374
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5,926

191
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3,816

41,656

16

L
and over

,

uS,150

1,432
13,304
106,300
76,486

26
14,536

10

189,246
148,520
17,562
1,362
40
4

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1,125

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2,98L
4,796
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166
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60,026

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2,621
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31,041
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50-54

yeare

918
7,614
23,044
60,070
102,632
39,790
742
* 22

1,081,706
677,264
355,750
94,ll4
5,m
138

155,482

45-49

years

-28,341
84,661
-

58

19,216
1,690

1,604

IO8

170
8

-

32
196
552
896
1,202
796
94

786
476
58

4

10

22
128
298

610

1,664
ai392
18,952
9,886
5,854
3,222
834

46
4

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-84

Table 2-17. Live

Births by Age af Father,,Ageof Mother, Sex of Child, and
Colo_r:United States,
__ .1961-~0n.

(Mrefer only to births occurring within the United States.
I

Based on a 50-percentsampk. Figures for age of mother not etated are dfstributed)

It
AGE OF Fllllw
20-24
years

'329,982

12

10,512

66,172

2,290

10
2

430
9,204
832
38
4
4

152
24,906
37,332
3,318
370
82
12

=,a

104,008
76.068
49;260
26,710
7,158
412
22

4549
years

8,376
58
368

2,718

' 994

2,368

-I

2,042
2,976
1,786
152

50-56

55 years

years

and over

3,652
2
26
190
458
928
1,160
808
76
4

1

*t
stated

2,256

63,358

16
2
104

23,648
1,662
18.790
9;33
5,812
3,199

502
576
698
480
56
2

85C

E2

10

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

T&I@ 2-18. Live

2-8 5

Births by Age of Father, Sex of Child, and Color,:United

States

and Each State, 1961

s

(By place of res ence. Data refer b y €ub i i s occurring within the United States. Based cm a 50-percent sample)
AGE OF PA!mm

---

OXOR, W m SEX
Under15
JreU5

20-24

-

4,268,326

72

2,186,274
2,082,052

40
32

67,886
€3,321

521,05(

3,600,854
1,848,794
1,752,070
667 462
337:480
329,982

,48

109,561
56,754
52,811
21,641

880,StU

80,690

-

1,161

2

1,89

28
20

24
12
12
2
2

41,394
39,296
50,600
26,122
24,478
30,090
15,272
14,818

2

2,471
1,3U

971
8e!
6U
27:

101
51
51

9t
4:
51
1(

5,090
2,570

2,520
2,474
1,238
1,236
36,906

18,896
18,010
31,238
15,996
15,242
5,668
2,900
2,768

493,21(
453,54f
427,031
133,671

67,5@
66,172

ll,l%
lo,%

34:

7,564
3,808
3,756

25-29
-5

605,73€
575,lW

442,44€
421,721

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533,146
504,39(
143,3@
72,591
70,714

760,20€

19,346

13,29f

10,ou
9,3W

6,56(

14,142
7,241
8,89f
5,31f
2,671
2,64:

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7,43(
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5,07(
2,614
2,451

1,514
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1,22:
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1,6Zt
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5m
28f

291
14f
14f

6
4
2

1,431
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67t

9,618
4,93c
4,68(

10,31C
5,25€

2
2

1,23!
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8,42f
4,304
4,121
1,19(
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8,98f
4,592
4,394
1,324

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196

lo(:
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40,944
21,048
19,896

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28,792
14,794
13,998
12,152

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ax

681

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12f

6,254

5,898

3M

5,054

664

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9,728
5,034
4,694
4,624
2,388
2,236

80,756
41,534
39,222
128,412
65,054
63,358

8,424
4,336
4,088

4,482
2,398

1,832
924
908

796
392
404

540
254
286

10,032
5,068
4,964

5.416

2,730
1,452
1,278
1,752
946
806

948
478
470

356

208
232

206
90
U6
334
164
170

1,106
570
536
8,926
4,498
4,428

3i_l

2,084

2;842
2,574

1

74

18

44
30

6

398
192

12

206

540

260

122
138

34
16

2

268

74
32
42

18

2

86
38
48

40

16

28

6
10

60
30
30
338
162
176

3,442
1,716
1,726
676

360
316

180
92
88

890
442

1,592
804
788
344
172
172

984

29,138
27,982

522
462

10,816
5,664
5,152

16,572
8,424
8,148

898
480
41B

5,252

9,944

46
90

106

556
298

378

4,176

202

2,158

258

176

2,018

602

264
142

m

688

19,246
9,816
9,430

6,850
3,524
3,326

2,540
1,322
1,218

516

16 642

5,678

8:5601
8,082
2,604

2,878

1,846
944
902
694
378
316

782
414
368

35,322
33,832
8,578
4,33E
4,24c

4,474
4,070

304

21,508

2,800
4,744
2,438
2,306
4,514
2.354

zjo

1,980

408
426

2,068

812

.1,024

396
416
22

230
104
126

74
38
36

7,922
4,056
3,868

3,624
1,758
1,866
3,430
1,648

86

4,692
872

42
44

412

13,530
7,898
7,632
1,042
526

460

516

13,036
6,636
6,400
650
314
336

7,494
3,844
3,650
428
212
216

528

1,062

146
13,686

2,798
1,174
646
834

158

. 6,950
6,736

250

2,142

1,044

1,782

122

292
I56
136

266
128
138

204
148
96

56
40

32

4,214
2,140
2,074
624
332
292

610
318
292
564

286
278
46
32
14

10

16

6

4

8
8

1,052

304

u2

554

134

498

170

56
56

&028

980
514
466

290

102

1,142

126

50

552

52

590
906
468.
438

2,048
1,020

194

72

164
14

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40
32

8
6

174
98

44

18

1,066

26

10

546

76

18

8

520

150

32
20

lo

84

2,512
1,340
1,172

1,340

684

690

328
356

9,474
4,938
4,536

210

2,080

2,198

1,132

126
84

1,034
1,046

2,796
1,470
1,326

1,192
1,006

590
542

568
272
296

2,380

46

430

444

314

208

U6

24

12
12

30
18

228

222
222

148
166

100
108

56

14

6

60

10

6

220

352

~ 4,838
2,472
2,366

10

3,240
1,692
1,548

-

,

618

364
324
3,488
1,794
1,694

12

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1,252
1,266

l,m

1

80
48

156
102

1,200

92
72
214
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256
122
134

6,138
5,716

650

554

1,058
516
542

584

1,128

464
236
228
262
292

812

1,456
1,342

1,018
498
520

44
46

310
292
456
206

81%

57,120

76

90
102
36,
66

1,464
752
712
838
440
398

12,884

206
202

122

90

2,798

1,256
1,348

52
50

180

92

4,65f
2,321
2,334
1,554

2,826

102

668

326
342
222
ll6

120

1,llo

38,286
19,578
18,708
5,626

884
866

282.
126
156

212

448

2,302
1,192

544

1,750

12

3,926

43,912
22,404

6,630
6,234
538
268
270

90

1,936
976
960

742

5,848

184
172
440

70

77,732
39,66C
38,071

53,594

7,424
3,772
3,652

160

7,782
4,052
3,73c
1,91€
968
94€

1,044
954

10,358

440
214
226

8 998

4i608
4,388
3,998

884
446

458

13,810

1,886

6,21C
3,134
3,07€

4,632
4,216

258

20,922
10,764

9,69€

U,612
5,966
5,646
408

-

67,908
34,626
33,282
16,760
8,384
8,376

4,671

1,568
e38
130

*

197,664
100,942
96,722
37,184
18,756
18,428

5,02c

42,902
22,m
20,784

2,136

435,946
222,602
213,w
70,446
35,256
35,190

5,341

12,020
6,172

4,274
2,138

106,588
102,580

5,652

1,670
890
780

-

7,422
6,930

10,994

44,652
23,002
21,650

25,8L6

14,536

2,076
42,0427

8,848

93f

966

43,010
41,658

7,081
3,70€
3,378

13,422
6,898
6,524

2

ll9,698
ll3,lSO

272
396
198
198

69,W

13,21c
6,894
6,3U
1,90f

209,168

1,17i
59f
574
52f
271
258

97,852
50,182
47,87C
12,068
6,142
5,924

8
6
2
4
2

14,352

936
466
470

90,OlE
46,394
43,621
10,291
5,291
5,OM

u35,9u)
337,686
173,312
164,374
43,920
22,384
21,536

28,346

1,70(
87C
83(

6J2i

stated

84,668

1,494
1,514

3,19C
2,921
964
612
45:

and over

234,848

506,392

1,86(

109,91E
56,324

4

27,000

9,551
4,851
4,70(
3,744
1,884

100,301
51,688
48,621

381,606
195,696

52,846

6,736

15,Ll.f
7,861
7,254

12
8

389,83€
370,39(
103,96i
52,63(
51,331

19,461
9,922
9,531

5

4
2
2

90-34

Yyears
-131,21( ,014,26(
.,180,84(
864,17(
--

84
66

10
6

4

6
6
8
4
4

298
144

154
768
402
366

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-86
-

~able2-1'8.Live 'Births by Age of Father, Sex of ChiId,,and Color:.'United States

and_..Each State, 1961-Continued
(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample)
AGE OF FAIDLER

m, corn,

AmSM

-

Total
20-24
;Ye=

15-19
Y-6

45-49
years

25-29
years

50-54

55 years

years

and over

68
44

mt
etatea

614
310
304

4,408
2,302
2,106

4,644
2,348
2,296

2,948
1,474
1,474

1,858
858
1,000

884
472
412

340
180
160

110
64
46

196
U O
86

1,656

1,060
560
500

330
188
142
554
2%
270

34
22

914
974

632
320
312
1,226
538
688

L14
62
52
226

218

1,684
860
824
2,724
1,442
1,282

3,566
1,796
1,770

28,324
14,608
13,716

30,330
15,918
14,412

21,576
lO,900
10,678

12,736
6,522
6,214

5,936
3,022
2,914

2,442
1,196
1,246

880

2,750
1,400
1,350
816
396
420

22,290
11,608
10,682
6,034
3,000
3,054

24,102

9,978
5,076
4,902
2,758
1,446
1,312

4,494
2,300
2,194

3,024

17,228
8,826
8,412
4,348
2,084
2,264

1,656
81B
838
786
378
408

558
310
248
322
174
148

100,584
51,426
49,158

3,858
2,030
1,828

25,986
13,200
12,786

25,684
13,278
12,406

16,716
8,538
8,178

3,940
4,966
4,974

5,154
2,706
2,448

2,012
1,W6

704
352
352

414
22f

10,110

Is€

E,o3a

64,368

2,600
1,402
1,198
' 1,258
628
630

28,538
9,396
8,942
7,648
3,804

18,728
9,812
8,916
6,956
3,466
3,490

Ll,966
6,094
5,872
4,750
2,444
2,306

6,522
3,554
3,168
3,418
1,612
1,806

3,350
1,690
1,460
2,004
1,016

1,202

382
166
166
372
186

204
126
BE

21c
108
102

1,32C
E94
632
0,790
4 333
4:400

358
166
192

3,712
1,940
1,772

4,866

3,752

2,270
1,166
1,104

992
524
468

442
244

214

198

U6

I€
5c
48

932
470
4ca

92
54

454

210

4
2
2

lOa

266

2 9 4

48
24
24
394

6

38

1,528
822
706

15e

20,372
10,314
10,058
3,176
2,964
14,232

4la
200

7,094
4

116,656

2
2

85,850
44,516.

4
2
2

30,806

33, 330
31,038
36,216
18,096
18,120

17,616
9,128

3,844

850

806
2,988
1,498
1,490

12,714

%E
3,204

I>@Pa

1,442

722
720

988

2,540

1,950

2,326

1,802

1,120
564
556
2,632
1,386
1,246

234

ll8

1,1,066

1,764
890
874
3,102
1,650
1,452

220
l,s16
932
884

92
782
406
376

690
326
364

4,762
2,412
2,350

4,808
2,390
2,418

3,160
1,602
1,558

1,760
926
8 3

682
320
362
8
6
2

4,712
2,394
2,318
50
18
32

4,720
2,362
2,358
88
28
60

3,098
1,566
1,532
62
36
26

1,708
890

442

7,430
3,828
3,602

55,310
28,433
26,900

67,590
34,350
33,240

52,198
26,420
25,778

30,542
15,622
14,920

13,692

2

E
:

45,876
23,616
22,260
9,434
4,794
4,640

57,594
29,366
28,228

2

5,280
2,718
2,562
2,150

44,744
22,670
22,074
7,454
3,750
3,704

112,294
57,552
54,742

4,422
2,388
2,0%

30,246
15,458
14,788

31,298
16,004
15,294

21,502
10,878

lO3,w

- :z

4,064

29,220

19,794
9,996
9,798
1,708

164

28,502
14,566
l3,936
1,744
892
852

2,128
1,100
1,028
2,098
1,082
1,016
30

8,488

5,418
2,796
2,622
12,198
6,332
5,866

xu

16,902
8,586
8,316
16,586
8,434
8,152
516
152

'

164
237,382
120,880
m,502

4

198,088
101,148
96,940
39,294
19,732
19,562

2

52,842

50,202
3,250
4,710
4,540
63,540
32,300
31,240
62,486
31,764
30,722
1,054
556
518

4

2

358
194

2
2

2
2

18
12

9,996

4,984
5,012

10,624

ll8
108

966

604
598
810
442
368

878
452
426

368
200
168

52
46

862

368
200
168

5,622
2,876
2,746

2,076
1,074

1,002

662
328
3%

1,838

544

956

270
274

16,620
8,458
8,162

18,s

12,452
6,358
6,094

7,074
3,420
3,654

3,382
1,784
1,598

1,146
556
590

16,402
8,372
8,030
218
86
132

18,300
9,378
8,922
254

. 12,308

6,964
3,370
3,614

3,336
1,758
1,578
46
26

1,126
544
582
20

E-4

20

8

90
50
40

11E)

120

12

5,464
2,858
2,626

2,466
1,296
1,170

396
406

46,748

2

1,670

13,026
6,710
6,316
822
380
442

23,742
7,138
6,604
916
482

9,198
4,4,544
558
282
276

5,-

2,266
1,192
1,074
200
104
96

740
364
316
62
32
30

1,&8

434

340
198
142

12,518
6,412
6,106

9,756
4,936
4,820

1,592

38
Z€

1c

1,m

882
238

2,700
2,454
330
l58
172

802

11E)

58
60

08

104
740
' 382
W8

3,738
1,910
1,828
1,046
488
558

512
488
360
160
200

61084

14
28
4E

11,362
5,756
5,606
2,=
1,198
1,132

532

u8

3,m

25,870
13,322
12,548
4,672
2,300
2,372

826

w6

7,880

4,088

6,738

882

6,278
6,030
144
80
64

lll3f8

6,354

1,012
1,076
9,514
9,040

2,512

1,346

66E

5,038
2,566
2,472
584
310
274

2,088

10,422
5,4l4
5,008

1,360
672
688

11,434
5,860
5,574
1,084
552

14,992
14,218

1c
44C
2x
224

4,7&
2,398
2,386

52
36
16

4,498
2,262
2,236
406
190
216
4,032
2,072
2,020

38

420
16
10
6

14,658
7,620
7,038

158
72
86

98

2E

14
14
4c
3c

92
50
42
6
2
4

818

13,848
7,090
6,758

m

98

U O

1,828
912
916
840

186

174

2

2

464
396

220

2

22,666
3,240

16
42
34

6
208
98

49,988
25,674
24,314
24,082

12

24

28

1c

?A6

182
124

31.
16

la
331
332

3,WC
1,892
I,914

48C
238
242
186
9E

1,102

9c

812

27€

3,670

126

1,982
1,680

w2

232
126
106
46
26

2,142

1,040
1,W
E2

2,se

1,316
1,072
1,282

cco

20

616

292

128

136
l56

70
58

1,762
DO2
BE0

288

rn

1,524

E4
54

I82

10
6
4

2%

288
I52
136

ll0
62

146

48

3%

262

86
58
28
24

E02

154
4
2
2

142

120
26
10
16

742

E O
U8
5;52

284
3lfJ

144

4

E8

20

76

1

,

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table,2-18. Live

2-87'

Births by Age of Father, Sex of Child,land Color :United Sta€es:
and Each State, 196
__ l-'-Continued
--

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring witlun the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample)

I

yeam

2
2
2

20-24

25-29

30-34

45-49

50-54

years

Y-

Para

years

2,626
1,306
1,320

U8,696
9,676
9,020

18,178
9,404
8,774

12,714
6,4Z
6,30i

8,148
4,094
4,054

4,174
2,084
2,09(

1,731
86C
872

2,464
1,226
1,238
162
. 80

17,108
8,828
8,280
1,070
576
494

Il,88f

7,550
3,800
3,760
598
294
304

3,83(
1,90t
1,921
344
17t

1,582
771
81C
15C
8€

82

17,650
9,m
8,532
1,046
558
488

2,732
1,422
1,310

21,152
10,734
10,418

22,658
U,994
10,864

15,96(

1,656

14,208
7,260

10,932
5,324
5,02E
2,441
2,58€

6,416
3,240
3,176
3,510
1,770
1,740

5,98:
5,m
82f
43(
391

8,05(

7,91(

161

62

4,761
2,38(
2,381

1,864

2,77€
1,4X
1,364
1,98E
96€

906
444
462
958
464
494

90E

956

,

741
37E
3%

_I
and over

stated.

456
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15,654
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6,830
3,536
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230
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4,636
4,516
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758
734

3,128
1,524
1,604
624
296
328

130
122

24,716
12,496
12,220

19,042

ll,222

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5,628

9,222

5,594

5,458
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2,698

1,908
912
996

558
284
274

174
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78

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140

24,376
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160

18,732
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1,632

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26,198
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21,666
11,248
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2,296
1,246
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23,692
12,074
U,618
2,506
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1,250

1,060

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544
446
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49,892
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446

r

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302
144

44

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6,944

158

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yew

1,588
1,436

384
188
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m

17,492

6,458

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2,584
2,600

12,868

6,602

2,932
1,46€
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7,956

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240

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344
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2,880
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1,634
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1,362
694
668
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590
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592
610

18,508
9,594
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5,192
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2,592
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358
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350

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272
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312

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572
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260

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682
376
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200
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542
302
240
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810
296

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.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-88

Table 2-18. '[Live Births by Age of Father, Sex of Child,,and Co1or;United States
and Each State, 1961-continued
(By place of re:

m, COLOR,

ANDSM

nce. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a IO-percent sample)

-

lbtal

unaer15
;ye-

AGE OF FAOEXR

20-24

25-29

40-44

ye-

Y-

ye-

i5 years
rd oyer

4549
years

17,368
8,914
8,454

476
262
214

4,310
2,248
2,062

4,858
2,508
.2,350

3,438
1,756
1,682

2,052
1,018
1,034

1,032
504
528

418
218
200

126

16,020

442
240
202
34
22
12

4,076
2,126
1,950
234
122

4,542

3,178

956

2,350

1,606

384
196

2,192
316
158
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1,572
260
E O
110

1,926
958
968

1,074
588
486

8,962
4,598
4,364

10,344

17,576
16,958

5,138

6,922
3,466
3,456

32,W
16,788
16,160
1,586
788
798

1,022
558
464
52
30
22

8,590
4,420
4,170
372
178
194

9,910
4,994
4,916
434

6,684
3,340
3,344
238

212

222

126
LE

8,084
4,126
3,958

282
3.54
128

2,090
1,040
1,050

2,272
1,172
1,100

7,UO
3,636
3,474
974
490 '
484

274
148

1,902
960
942
188

'2,006

8,190

7,830
1,348
724
624
34,5%

33,914
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6,970
=
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6,930
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198
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83f
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26f

21,030
10,018
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2,012
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33,861
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2,264
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362,520
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313,314
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2,671

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34C

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3,004

22,036
11,508
10,528
6,728
3,392
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22,541
11,62:
10,92'
6,971
334'
3,43

14,661
7,73
6,941
4,961
2,531
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7,746
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3,856
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1,820

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101
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3,710
1,896
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4,791
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3,588
1,852
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15,886
8,264
7,622

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286

564
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8,602
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46

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

Table 2-18.

12-89

,

'Live Births by Age of' Fatherisex of Child,,.andColor:,United States
and Each State, 1961--Continued
.

'

(By place of res mce.

Data r e f e r only

1

.

to births occurring within the United States. Based on a 50-percent sample)
AGE OF FA!TE%

%tal

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years

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years

3034

35-39

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years

45-49
yews

55

50-54
years

y.e
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ana ever

Not
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638
324
314

8,858
4,470
4,388
4,988
2,540
2,448
3,870
1,930
1,940

220
92

2,712
1,398
1,314

229,920
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112,472

3,390
3,164

55,302
28,OZC
27,282

65,256
33,394
31,862

47,814
24,644
23,170

27,544
14,066
13,478

12,448
6,364
6,084

4,162
2,100
2,062

1,'344
676

205,578
105,290
100,288
24,342
12,158
12,184

5,794
3,022
2,772
760
368
392

50,332
25,614
24,7l€
4,97c
2,406
2,564

59,626
30,546
29,080
5,630
2,848
2,782

43,576
22,492
21,084
4,238
2,152
2,086

24,810
12,688
12,122
2,734
1,378
1,356

ll,190
5,760
5,430
1,258
604
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3,626
1,828
1,798
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272
264

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98

526
260
266
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51,052
26,156
24,896

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1,186
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15,438
7,990
7,446

13,932
7,098
6,834

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4,284
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4,490
2,288
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23292
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178

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43,818
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776
730

12,480
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1,896
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1,854

686
358
328
198
82
ll6

302
170
132
84
38
46

144
64
80
76
28
48

1,196
584

1,452
730
722

7,286
3,698
3,588
1,112
586
526

37,538
19,320
18,218

1,272
672
600

10,554

10,578
5,456
5,122

6,788
3,572
3,216

3,850
1,936
I,914

1,970
996
974

340

216
324
102

82
42
40

1,484
752
732

36,248
18,654
17,594
1,290

1,238
646
592

10,294
5,258
5,036
260

204
112
92

u8

8

142

64
92

1,906
960
946
64
36
28

710
388
322

26

6,554
3,470
3,084
234
102
132

3,694
-1,872
1,822

666
624

10,264
5,264
5,000
314
192
122

76
38
38
6
4
2

1,308
646
662
175
106
70

7,122
3,666
3,456

51,572
26,584
24,988

67,472
34,446
33,026

53,874
27,748
26,126

32,333
16,476
13,854

14,502
7,122
7,380

4,668
2,420
2,248

1,314

556

6,856

660
654

278
278

3,502
3,354

5,922
3,056
2.866
1;200
610
590

45,894
23,648
22,246
5,678
2,936
2,742

61,494
31,374
30,120
5,978
3,072
2,906

49,478
25,526
23,952
4,396
2,222
2,174

29,400

13,120

15,016

6,458
6,662
1,382

1,052
534
518
262
126
136

446
226
220
IJ.0
52

3.670
-,--~
1,896
1,774
3,186

718

4,m
2,150
1,984
534
270
264

58

1,580

408
198
210

3,962
2,006
1,956

5,028
2,688
2,340

4,078
2,080
1,998

2,678
1,378
1,300

1,174
626
548

270
138
132

82
46
36

32
24
8

658
332
326

392
192
200

3,828
1,936
1,892

3,974
2,032
1,942
104
48
56

2,592
1,344
1,248
86
34
52

4134

256
l30

80
46

126

34

14
8
6

2

16

28
22
6
4
2
2

506
248
258
152
84
68

380
182

222
120
102

7,922
4,046
3,876

108
52
56

866
472
a94
7,056
3,574
3,482

5

-

5,376
5,178

34

240,270
122,906
u7,364

4

214,614
109,888
104,726
25,656
13,018
12,638

4
4

4

6,112

944

910
438
228
210

156

14,384
2 930
1:460
1,470

664

34

12

16

2
10

134

6
10

70
64

1,808
920

888

14,550
7,542
7,008

14,986
7,70i!
7,284

9,956
5,176
4,780

5,970
3,142
2,828

2,994
1,510
1,484

1,140
590
550

1,224
614
610
584
306
278

9,924
5,120
4,804
4,626
2,422
2,204

10,332

6,588
3,430
3,158
3,368
1,746
1,622

3,430
1,876
1,554
2,540
1,266
1,274

1,548
758
790
1,446
752

522
266
256

17,642
9,U6
8,526

502
260
242

3,946
2,046
1,900

4,740
2,418
2,322

3,686

2,332
1,230
1,102

1,182
600
582

402

16,270
8,430
7,840
1,372
686
686

474
244
230
28
16

4,472
2,292
2,180
268
126
142

3,440
1822
1:6U
246
122
124

2,204
1,156
1,048

12

3,726
1,928
1,798
220
ll8
102

1,074
542
532
108
58
50

82,248
42,226
40,022

2,914
1,546
1,368

21,uo
10,940
10,170

20,846
10,706
10,140

14,068
7,194
6,874

8,438
4,228
4,210

64,020
33.020
31;000
18,228
9,206
9,022

2,462
'1,296
1,186
452
250
202

17,862
9,298
8,564
3,248
1,642
1,606

17,688
9,134
8,554
3,158
1,572
1,586

U,672
5,996
5,676
2,396

63,648
32,714
30,934
56,222
28,932
27,290
7,426
3,782
3,@4

59,930
30,932
28,998

2

2

2
2

12
10
2
,6
6

18;646
18,504

6
4
2

5,om
4,886
9'904
8,776
4,450
4,326

1,128
568
560

I

5,318
5,014
4,654
2,384
2,270

694

136

18

16

752
378
374

540
570
234

. 404
744

4,828
2,586
2,242
200
102
98

602
532
40
24

668

2

198

-

186

618

94
92
194

324
294

106

88

114
68
46

612
1,516

814
702

1;606

160
80
80

70

336
178
178
46
10
36

l3a

48
28
20
22
6

16

338
176
162
284
140
144

4,w
2,062
2,092

1,820
938
882

720
372
348

496
294
202

7,682
3,946
3,736

1,198

6,840
3,436
3,404
1,598
792
806

3,242
1,608
1,634
912
454
458

1,348
700
648
472
238
234

512
268
244
208
104
104

364
20%
160
132
90
42

2,030
1,080
950
5,652
2,866
2,786

67,346
34,548
32,798

45,406
23,250
22,156

26,098
13,212
12,886

12,268
6,202

6,066

5,102
2,546
2,556

1,958
978
980

1,100
562
538

13,602
6,922
6,680

59,522
30,706
28,U
7,824
3,842
3,982

40,070
20,514
19,556
5,336
2,136
2,600

22,652
U,498

10,244
5,250
4,994
2,024
952
1,072

4,126
2,080
2,046
976
466
510

1,550
770
780
408
208
200

832
406
426

5,294
2,704
2,590
8,308
4,218
4,090

1,944
1,742

1,198

128

74
54

u,=

3,446

1;714
1,732

~

188
214

64
74
22
16
6

34
36

968

156
u2

622
316
306

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-90
Table%B.
-

Live Births by .Age of Father, Sex of Child, and Color: United States
. and Each State, 1961,-Continued
,

(By place of residence. Data refer only to births occurring within the United States. Based on a IO-percent sample)
AGE OF FATBHI
35-39
Ye==

20-24
Ye==
26,466
13.552

11

25,846

13,266
12,580
620
286
334
9,386
4,733
4,652
9,368
4,724
4,644

'

40-44
ye-

6,584
3,404
3,uc

7,750
3,968
3,782

5,406
2,772
2,634

3,168

48E
912
498
474

6,472
3,358
3,n4

5,288
2,714
2,574
LIE
56
60

3,102
1,582
1,520

941

504

45-49

50-54

Yews

ye-

1,480
756
724

482
228
254
452
212
240

28
38

1,432
732
700
48
24
24

1,610
1,558

md ev@r stated
106

44
E2

Ea
44
24

452
222
210

3%
1%

LE

112

6

12

46
66

7,588
3,894
3,694
162
74
88

260
sl0
15C

2,286
1,182
1,104

2,728
1,390
1,338

1,958
988
970

1,008

488

476
532

242
246

108

34
42

26C
llC
l5c

2,282

2,722
1,386
1,336

1,952
984
966

1,008

488
242
246

204
96
108

76
34
42

6

6

144
2

4
2

4
2

2

U,54C

26,176
13,502
12,674

18,204
9,534
8,67C

10,178
5,w
5>c44

4,966
2,556
2,410

1,762
932
830

19,336
10,132
9,204
4,666
2,330
2,336

21,334

14,768
7,732
7,034
3,438
1,802
1,636

7,852
3,968
2,326
1,166
1,160

3,698
1,914
1,7e4
1,268
642
626

1,300

10,296
4,842
2,464
2,?78

17,45€
9,046
8,392

19,344
10,028
9,316

12,308

7,054
3,596
3,458

3,080
1,516
1,564

1,128

364

578
550

196
168

126
90
E6

18,328
9,538
8,790

U,624

2,866
1,398
1,468
214

286

522
494

lG2

156

72

130

50

rnG
412

la
c

POD

96

56
56

78
40
38

24

490
526

6,586
3,380
3,206
468
216
252

1,016

5,915
5,706
684
350
334

322

2,652

18
lo

1,182
1,lOC
4
4

8

97,054
50,176
46,878

2,974
1,542
1,432

13,158
37,988
35,170
23,896

2,254
1J5E
1,096
72c

12,188

38p

ll,708

336

65,056
33,442
31,614

1,002

2,002

1,m

24,W2
12,462

u,m

66

476
532

3,884

6,268
6,040

.

30
16
14
204
96

688
612

462

244
a8

s4
40
5rL

I2
4
8

76

102
e4

2,014

104

5,872
3,014
2,s9

6,964
3,538
3,426

4,570
2,366
2,204

2,360

972

1,100

530

1,m

442

382
208
174

37,104
19,250
17,854
1,930
970
960

1,156
606
550
42
24

8,454
4,950
4,504
262

6,708
3,418
3,290
256
120

4,390
2,280
2,slo
180

2,218

I24

9,610
5,028
4,582
286
146
140

136

94

920
510
410
52
20
32

98,394
50,172
43,222

1,950
1,046
904

21,576
10,964
10,612

28,356
14,390
13,966

21,738
ll,090
10,648

12,772

94,540
48,W
46,348
3,854
1,980
1,874

l,@O

20,868
10,604
10,264
708
360

27,456
13,932
13,524
900
458
442

21,014
10,698
33,316
724
392
332

990
860

1W
56
44

138

338

I

86

6,530

142
70
72

2,034
3,268
3,076

1,018
1,016

12,366
6,322
6&4
406
208
198

6,140
3,=4
2,986
204

1,974
982
992
60
36

6,242

114
90

24

le4

422
216
206
198
100
95

9,896
5,174
4,722

I.@

320

30

18

7,EsG

9,716
5,088
4,628

1,UO
1,108

144

48

4,062
3,024

1,2oc
632
568

uz

1BE

10

2%

39,a
20,220
18,824

m

530

48
30

13.c

48
40

1,016

26
22

E O

16,715
8,674
8,042
722
372
350

-88

4a

620
316

1,914
954

188

304

81,238
31,526
29,712
3,1,916
1,902

960

E2
40
22
E
4
2

ea

42
E2

1,oba
3GC

2,812

1,UB
1,032
l,Er*l
914

ew

ica

1,333

154

1,316

350
178
152
52
30
22

ma
160
Ea

1,mu

558
328
250

196
100
9C

~ ~ 0 7 0
1,450

518

116
90
8G
20

21170

324
214
40

2o,u:

l,02*

34

624

8
26

329
2%

1,432

1,llE
1,0c2

G32

24
16

10

322

10

370

8,560
4,532
4,028

356
180
176

2,3=4
1,222
1,132

2,578
1,390

1,816

906
506

384

174

34

100

12

794

400

156

74

22

26
14
12

l38

228

1,188

a=,

2,274
1,176
1,098
80
46

1,546
782
764
64
34

880

372

228
154
12

168
96
72

34
12

24
14

22

10

160

16

34

2,506
1,364
1,142
7e
26
46

496

306
146

336
176
160
20
4

s14
52
E2
24
12

4,386
3,868

30

384
26
10
16

10

2

6

4
2

2
2

64
74

1z

SECTION 2 - NATALITY
'

Table

2-9 1

2-19. Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and '
Rural Areas and Specified Urban Places:-35 Reporting States, 1961

(By place of residence. Data refer only to illegitimate births occurring within the r e p o r h g area. Based on a 50-percent sample. Specified urban places arc those with populations 01 50,000 or more in 1960. Figures for white and nonwhite ape shown separately for each State, urban and r k a l total, and specified urban place inwhich the 1960 populatinn for nonwhite formed 10 p.ercent of the total or numbered 10,000 or more. For definitions of areas, see Technical Appendix. Figures for age of mother not stated are distrlbuted)
I
15-19 YmRi

-

L6

9,004

3,476
3w

8,160

4141

4,516
372
1,204
90
.~

l,ll4
88

103

1 l,tll
30
4

8
80

4

86
18

68
594

70

1,708

16
4

400
46
4
42

194
16

years
ll,582

15,276

3,534
8,048

5,084
10,192

.8

years

years

*
,

17,928
-

16,840

52,676

23,914

6,800

6,826
10,014

19,686
32,990

7,458
16,456

ll,128

762

950

790

2,630

1,302

94

u8

668

832

94
696

278
2,352

92
1,210

390
40
350
98

456
44
412

364
42
322
82
8
74

1,308
144
1,164
330
34
296

650
36
614
162

154

10

18

14

2

4
14
24

304

16
80

12

80

86

14

12

126
12
114
6

2

14

12

6

34

8

2

16

4
30
236
38
198
140

2

6

18

years
years

56
652

l
z
:4

2

19

608

288

46
4

~7 years

25-29

20-24

AREh ANLl COWR

38

2
54

2

6

8

16

32
26

2
14
66
10
56
38
4
34.
14

8
8

8

16
194
20
174

12
48
20

26

16

12

68
148
68

10
88

16

680

80

1,768
236
1,532

172

66

156

122
8
114
304
40
264

12
180

4

104

14

16

58
280

32
72

4
10

4

4

12

12

12

10

140
34

40

6

6

16
4

1c16

22
64
14
50

4
2
2

44

2
4

4
4

10

18

4

12

36

12

12

12

6

12

6
6

20
4
16

86

2
10

6
80

24
2
22
24
4
20

46

62

88

114

ll6

320

132

8

18
394
152

24

6

4

148
1,980
164

1,815
4,488
412
4,016
338

40
4
36
74

8

198
24
174

426

1.052

1601

560

400

8

16

8
2

7,368
1,546
5,822
326
* 76
250

58
1,032
234
798
906
220
686
66
242
72

170

2
10
46
4
42
28
2
26

8
6
2

20
106
24
318
u2
266
248
48
200
6
102
26
76

8
2
50
10
40
22
10

12
6
6

504
1,322

154
1,188

284
652
56
596

176
4
172

130

48

8

14

28

ll6

6
42

36

8

62
20
42
44

60

Is6

68
16

10

16

8

32
4

28

42
10

4

126

18

46
10
36
42

12

12

66

24

6
2
4
22
2
20

272
42
230
10
2

302

20
148
426
52
374

42
90

10

372

ls

102
218

8

2,590
514
2,076

18

22
94

4
14
2

216
24
192

38
570

70
18

38
76

16
20
8

4,134

16
168

20

70

18

2,520
8,630

22
-

16

8
122
42

18

18

18

16

8

4
38
10
28

4
42
8
34

274

344

10
264

24
320

182

908

132
650

182
726

486

18
4
14
52

8

66

52
50

120

34

10
56
14
42

386

338

18

30
356

-

24
330

U O

6
34

2
108
242
10
232

2
32
76
4
72

20

+-I-+-

12

10

12

10

50

48

8

26
2

12

700

3841

1961

58
642

32

2
44

1.026

150

36
98
1,292

166

48
290

1,126

64C
14C
5oC
24

2,134
538
1,596

1,176
220
956
50

2C

622
172
450
30
8
22

E

io

72
20
52
50
4
46

68
10
58
60
10
50

92
28
54

98
46
5c
62
14
4E

L

4

22
4

28

2E

2C

8

E

E

18

20

2C

E

44

354

6

64
26
38

134

570
92
478
24
4
20
6

1c

ls

2
26
6
20

320
1,310

6E

6

6

32
2
30

1,690

4

la

12

862
2,334

2
36

10

12

3,196

38

16
18

20

512
646

68

8

ls

958

418

64
8

52
50
10
40
18
6

148
48
100
38

254
794

1,048

50
42
2
40

70

18

El
18

164
372
54
318

.

.

44
24
14
10

2

16

14
190
16
174
494
74
420

130

66
2

2

6
64

24
10

6

8
204
58
2
56
2

6
170
4

2,344

212

12
460

176

1

70

l32
68

12

7,932

14
14
4
10

46
32
4
28

524
412

I

472

8

8
60

14,152

80
22
58
20
296
84
212
294
9c
204
32
66
24
42

12

734
598
=28
6/

$I

--

2
2-.
2

8
8
-46

;

104

18
32
4
146

12

12
134
162
36
126
16
26

e
I.€

84
96
22
74
4
24

50
66
16
50

2
10

12
6
6

8

4

14
2

20

12

2
2

.

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-92

2-19.

Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and
Rural Areas and Specified Urban Places: 35 Reporting States, 1961--Continued

Table

(See headnote

AREA AHD

corn

at beginning of table)

Total
16 years

306
34
272
340
78
262
558
156
402
140
26
114
3,394
534
2,860
3,782
974
2,808

-

4

98

6

20

6

4
4

92
126

2
4
8

20

3s-

4

92

4
28
2
26
4

4
14

le4

14

48
136
40

6

L7 years

28

28
2
26
42
8
34
46

8

10

6

20

36

8

6

30
10
4

6
262
36
226
338
90
248

268
408
114
294

12
6
6

6

6

24
36

34

4

136
166
24
142

8
236
24
212
296
64
232

402

40

E4

IlO

100

88

308

154

106

42

10

20
80

14
74

56
252

22
84

10
32

4

40

16
94

46

344

8
56

208
34
174

18

60

56
6
50
52

a

c

24

8

24

12
EO
64
12

20

6

48
4

64

52

6
la

8
2

16
2

208
40
168
196
36
160
12

26

18

50
14
36
50
14
36

72

198

24
6
la
22

4

8

2

40
2
38

4
50
8
42

rn

126

58

la

s4

l64
10

18

28
422
78
344

10
194
24
170

22
22

15,526

5,144

476

8la

1,810
3,334

114
362

238
580

4,642
1,392
3,250
24
4
3,420
680
2,740
4
42
132
16
ll6
16
2
14

440

762

12

34
4
30
2

18
2
102
58
24
4
58
22

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2
2

240

214
26
lee
14
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8

2
2

2

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354
4

568
2

352
56
296

536
90

2
12

446
10

8

52
56

336
68

1,122

1,362

1,366

400
722

528
834

530
836

1,200
394
806
8

1,236
424

1,ON

294
710
2
2
734
140
594
2
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28
28
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4
2
2
24
10

890
192
698
14
22
4
18
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2
6
6

46

18

464
248
502
418

18
28
36
28

6
120
60
60
56
44

6

e4

8

12

12

4,844

78

1,946

194

322

474

3%

44
34

1,162
784.

108
86

lee
134

3 942
1:978

64

30

1,9E4

34

1,540
782
758
30

160
76
84
2

6
24
62
114
48

2
4

6
8

12

16
4
12
26

152
90
1%
1:l&
720
1,176

2
2
36
12
24
24

956

220

-

30
70

165
320

150
170

.

2
2
2

66

456

12

80

4

376

8

66

2
22

1,268
464
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rn

6
16
2

162
34
128
32
542

816
326
56

2

22
18
4

6

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20
8

158
106
52

rn

2,540
2,"l

8
2
908
202
706
2

20
6
3,238
672
2,566

4
2,016
246
1,770

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36

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6
26

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16

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16

6

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2

8

24

16

4

168

2
2
6
122

26

88

E8

54
30
554
368

12
4
202
146
56

186

rn

368
308
60

136
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24

2

1c
10
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352

210

78

318
278

170
182

rn

612

EC
22

1,308
706
602
32

494
220
274
20

302
122
L80

114
ID
96
2

10
22
64

rn

28

12

12

132

394

60
72
20

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2

596

62
56
140
26
114

38
10

80
72

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, 20

390
214
176
4
30
26
14
12

10
8

4
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48
32
16

382
200
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10
2
8
10
38
18
20
46
4
42
10
126

4

24
20
286
168

-

c

48
24

130

lea
6

12

646
94
552

2

358
170

8

1,270
176
1,094
2
18
48

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48
4

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72
10'

130

8

250
122

54

850
la2
664

76
10

972

86
6

1,554
1,26d
285

8

298
232

66

c

128
14
8

288
lea

8

2

8

280
194

la
4
102
36

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28
2

1,584

2
16
4
54
24
30

88

4,298
3,0321
1,266

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2
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22
10
12
34
10
24
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128
42

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812

476

8

92
28

76

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106

108

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106
24

2

2
10

46
4

6
44

712

68
6

16
2
2

6

4
32
8
24

50

20
10
10
4
18
4
186
134
52
162
13e
28

100

20
34
10
24
46
22
24
12
2
10
288
50
238
336
140
196

1,258
la8
1070
1:544
432
1,

10

6

20

6

10

230
156

24
2
22
30

19 years

94
10
84
128

14
10,952
1,924
9,028
22
140
458
38

L8 years

*L4

6

6

14
A6
54
32
22

D
8
20
2

66
6

52

60
2
132

98

c

EO
40
20
2
2

2

12

2

a

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D
2
6
la
2

46

16

4

10

6
64

2

la

98

2
2
E
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY
Table 2-19.

2-93

Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and

Rural Areas and Specified Urban Places: 35 Reporting States, 1961--Continued
(See headnote at beginnlng of table)

1
1
-

-

15-19 YEARS

--

25-29
years

20-24

years
Total

1,070
856
214
902
856
46

1
4

1,664

21

1:

76
30
46
64
402
310
92
406
38n
26

690

616
74

15 yeam

-

4
f

34
3:

2C

1c

2

e

26

u6

170

l€
70
52

90
76
14

136

138

120

120

16

le
6

6

8

10

2

4

6

6

10
4

20
10
10

4
12
34
28

6

2
4

e

30

12

34

12

34

2

10
6
4
22
20
2

12

374

354

192
160

234
140

174
66

108
4
24
6

96

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22
74
4

32

34
28
6

e4
6
6
2
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56
14
42
48
14
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144
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80
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346
94
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86

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68
60

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178
126
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14
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400
330
70
30
10
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78
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22
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166

144
420
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64

32
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6

44

e4

136
40

136

-

96
712

136
686

366
2,430

1,870
290
1,580

184
18
166
12

324

500
68
432
40

500
96
404
32

1,654

280
22

362
64
298
22

8

8

12

22

22

40
10
4
6
22

24
2

ll6

le

la

18
60
14
46

le

32
2
30

22

108

lJ.4

168

40
14

258
1,396
124

136
36

78

128

98
42
56
132

126

2,796

'

84

44
688

6

4
2
2

%I
106
40
66
8

32

16
24
10
14
2

8

6

2

2
4
2
2

6

44
14
30
46
16

30
106
70
36

14
6
8

24
22
2

356

80

746
78

394
34
360
26

224
28

56

668
64

16

64
2
62
594
142
452

24
2
22
244
38
206

128

12

54

2
14

136

8

6
4
2
2
2
2
2

634

16

la4
56

6

14

106

26

32

48
28
20
6
4
2
2
le

j 1,156

12
2

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1,262

2
62
20
4

38

6

100

210

20

48

122
508
372

36
192
146
46

-+
212

ll0

84
48

10

8
6

22
4
18
108
30

8

8

6

124

6

10

6

94
6
22
8
14
70
28
42

6

2
6

8

2

234
82
152

22
4
le
82
24
58
68
22
46
176

8
8

6
2
4
4
20

8

8

292
96
196
14
14

54

4

12
6

22
16
6
6

592
234
358
32
52
22
30
276
78
198
232

74
546

26
80

50
22
28
34
26

178

60
488

lo

12

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288

2

48
36
62
44
18
30
22
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60
18
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222
280

390
2,720

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40

28
14
14
4
6
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20
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606
494

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120
24
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106
4
102
654
170
464

64
32
32
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2

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190
164

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44

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128

6

502

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20
20

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40

36
14
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10

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48

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76

94

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and over

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10

134
144

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years

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382
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132

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102
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102

74

96
58
38
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26

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26

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276
266
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320

230

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42
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46

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348

6

10
36
46
46

62
84
146
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142

470
1,776
1,284
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6
6

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12

206
16

840

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122
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740
1,296

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e

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404
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66
40
92
62
30
198
154
44
148

156
104
386
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180
460
332
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266
236
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572
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6

2
8

86

2

1c

10

6

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44
168
230
230

892
548

24

--

98
414
454
454

--

19 years

f

104

e

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u

3E

86

17 years

14
4E
4c

4f
31
14

2f
1E

1,440

__.

f

460
386
74
32
22
34
114
78
36
14
32

362
222
140
48

16 years

26
8
8
22

196

12
44

4

8

4

2
2

8

120

8
52

12

16

lo8

36

22

8

10

4
6

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-94

Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and
Rural Areas and Specified Urban Places: 35 Reporting States, 1961-Continued
(See headnote at beginning of table)
-

Table 2-19.

15-19 YEAILS
AREA AND COLOR

-

Total

years
16 years

17 years

42

48
4

44
128

34
8
26

1,240

42
50
4
46
128

6

16

122

208

t
$

702
80
622
1,970

196
38

ffio

1,774
3,450
264
3,186

54

lo0
1,140

76s

lo

280

724
22

10

268

338

222 1
408
390
~

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-- 72

22

28
4

72

8
8

18
16

24
24

4
4
14

2
6
12
14

14

12

16
32

18
8
2
2

6
6
2
4

-

106

32
28
26
2

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6

126

12

26

6

16

18

38
10

6

6

8
4

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82
26

14
2

10

56

12

8

-

10

180

248

80
2
78
8
2
6

3,578

156
3,422

1,156
76
1,080
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24
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14
4

10

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6

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22
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112
102
10

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54

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308

320

858

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172

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126

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118
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588
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258
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62

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48

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24
248
48
4

322
18
304
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138

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60

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16

6
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90
98
82

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90
80
10
56
62
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82
14

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704
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38
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200
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144

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36

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3%
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34

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2
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242
212

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152

238
172

#
138

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142

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6

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7,910

22
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6

360

126

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656

4
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60

2,180
360
1912
1:678
234

38
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6

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232
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246
670
614
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98
286
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18
16
28
26
2

734
340
3%
2

4

18

18

2,022
956
1,066
20

44
16
16

1,6%

122
2

46
46
42
4

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404
416
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2
4
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542
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2
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124

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6

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672
270
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362
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20

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24
24

34

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2
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40
220
24
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54

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2-9 5

~2~1.9, Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and
Rural 'Areas and Specified Urban Places: 35 Reporting States, 1961-Continued

Td&

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SECTION 2 - NATALITY

d

Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and
Rural Areas and Specified Urban Places: 35 Reporting States, 1961--Continued

Table 2-19.

(See headnote at beginning of table)
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SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-97

Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and
Rural Areas and Specified Urban Places: 35 Reporting States, 1961-Continued

Table 2-19.

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86

66

3 566
1:234
2,332
12
28
22
80
8

6

6

E
72
12

38

72
60
92
28
64
2
20
30

6

6

20

10

20
8

6

4
14
4
10

2
2

2
4

12
4
8
4

288
526
502
24

6
6

11,192

5 328
St864

126

8 983

160

3'368
5:612
22
72

40

120
2

la

30

246
36
210

8

2
4
2

166
266

100
la6
8

2
2

48
lI.2

lz

6
8

20
4,568

92

846

8

3,722
914
282
632
u.4
54
10
42
122
2,060
1,482
578
2,212
1,960
252

e4
20
6

14
2
2
30
14

16

34
28
6

612

6

466
146
6
4
2

2
2
4

7,700
790

>

8
6

1,740
1,282
458

White----.
Nonwhite-.

-

Jnder 13

Total

6,910

'Olaesified aa urban under a special r u l e .

-I-

144

1,882
302
1,580
380
124
256
50
14
4
10
56
778
552
226
894
796
98

10
8
20
38
36
2

646
-

990

4f

14
26
72
72

6
6
8

14

12

8

24

2
210
20
190
36
4
32
4

2
320
34
286
54
14
40
8

2
2
2
76
48
28
50
38

6

8

10
2

12

418
82
336
72
18
54
8
2
2
4

4

508
98
410
96
30

2
24
4
20
16
24
8
16
2
2
4
2
2
426
68
358
122
58

176
114
62
192

168

2

e

30

92
36
56
2

56
22
34
4

lz

270
390
2
4
4
4
2
26

8
18
18

6

8

16

22
22

2
14
6

12

12

8
4

4
8

4

6
2

10

10

6

6

2

32

20

22

4

8

8

4
2
2
2
2

6
8

1,462
328

1,134

288
92
196
38

66

64
10
6

4
12
232
178
54
266
232

2
22
30
694
522
172
724
646
78

34

86

6

60
60

20
4

24

la

u.0
14

6

2
14
208
E4
54
262
248
14

10

58
28
124

20
16
28
8
20

10

2

16C

6
4

6

164

6C

i,ue 3,6X
1,258
-

6

4
20

1oc

18

4
630
lZ6
504
126
30

96
6

14
4
14
260
174

298
48
250
56
18
38
14
2
4

2
160
28
132
32
6

26
6
4

44
6

38
12
6

6
2
2
4
32
24

276
234
42

126
44
124
108
16

2
4
96
70
26

110
100
10

50
48
2

86

12
170

8

192

16

46

46

40

44

176

102

80

42

14

138
54

8

34
12

38
8

26
14

32

132
44

80
22

66

36

14

6

10
4

162
m
50
16
10
94
50

14
6

40
30
10
6
2
22

32
24

38
28
10
2
4
22

94
72
22
4

lZ

6

44
6
36
30
26

8

10
2
8

8
2
8
14
14

144
104
40
14
14
80
42
38
8
28
32
28
4

72
58
14
2
10
40
26
14

32
26

4
4
14

38
24
14
4

3,344

8

8

12
4
2
2
2

6

4
2

8

424

660

890

40
384

60

52
838

600

24
12

12

12

16
6

2
8

2
2

900
94
806

10
6

4
2

814
2,094
98
718

240
1,854

8

58
40

18

6
6

14
10
4
2

10

12

6

8

4

4

2

24

20

8
8

8
8

14
10

850

498

314

98

100
750

46
452

34
280

12

10

86

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-9 8

Illegitimate Lime Birfhs by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and
Rural Areas and Specified Urban Places 35 &porting States, 1961-continued

Table 2-19.

-

1
;,-'l5
Y-

25-29

20-24
YearS

f

'

,

yasrs

.9 ye3I.a

' 4oyarll

30254

95-39

rcan '

years

,mdm¶r

I
52
6
46

2+74
276
2,198
462

10

18
444

10
12

304
46
258
240
30
210
1,468
182
1 286
Si226
514
4,712

2
10
2
2
28
4
24
106
8
98

&,lo6
110

120

16

996
188

10
130

z04
ZO
4
26
4
2
-2

114

6
108

8
180
148

656
78
578
2,582
234
2,348

314

'LSO

20

u3

190

296

z2
228
40
2
38
20

2lO

-

32

54

32
22
2

54

20

58

26

20
2

26

20
32

16

18

410

26
170
12
158
576
34
542

32
158
20
138
650
72
578

80

I36

la

16

70

120
450

304
24

980

--

40

64

42
2
40
38
8
30
20
4
16

-

709.
90
614
142

8

134
70

18
52

66
10

900
36
264

54
2
62
40
4
36
30

388

a0

168
36

36
22
4

18
16

go

3i

10
80

4
50

26

6

26
8

6

8
8

4

-

4

4
2

6

4

12

6

z

114
12
102
310
26

48

538

284

40
224
24
200

20
2
10
64

EO
1,240

24
176
24
152
550
64
486

L22
20
92
602

64

56
426
54
372
1,390

2

8

8
56

204

16

20

46

56

66

204

78

46

18

12

I36
68

14

16
4

26
20

40
16

40
26

106
98

24
54

16

8

6

30

10

E

100

10

32
22

16
14
2

0
6

10
12

e4
62
22
42
42

8

2

24
20
4

1z

8
2

24
22

38

82

10
10

6

300
268

4
2

258
192
66
124

2
2
2

52
48

10

6

12

4

12

310

104
54

6
6

10

22
4

202

4
2
2

18

108

w

178

6

568

w

222

2

50

-

6
4

18

12
12

18
20

10

120
44

28
40
6

6

42
20
22

76

34

20
24

18

8
8
30
2
28

4

8

2

4
6

4

6

6

6

7,560

146

2,672
-

298

454

550

702

668

2,228

1,238

760

420

96

1,940
5,620

26
120

716
11,956

48
250

116

150
400

192
476

590
1,638

306

338

210
492

932

172
588

98
322

, 641

4,924
846
4,078
470

94
10

1,668
302
1,366

202

300
64
236

8%

530

180

20

414
78
336
46

64

2
4
2
2

398
78
320
38
4
34
22
12
10

294
46
248
28
4
24
18

84
6

406
276
94
182
2,362

46

144
2,218
700
152
548

46

1,ll6

16
16

154

20

36

96
40
56
776
52
724
226
54
172
390

lo

16

354
70
284.
32
4
28
28

4

12

10

12

100

122

16
160

12
190

26

44
8

8

100
26
4
22
46
8
38
96
36

114
46
10
36
72
34
38

14
146
42
10
32
92
30
62
196
80

.

1,448
260

1,m
146

142
692
54

10

18

12

36
20

128
80

12
8

28
52
704
44
660
220
56
164
298
114

42
40
14
26
420
30
390

196

198

20
176
58
16
42
84
26
58
304
152
172

10
188
54

64
254
114
140

184
780
330
450

192
70
122
404
164
240

1,244

1,228

3,970

14
40
96
32

128
16

llz

IO
460
54
2
52
36
6

30

2
2

4
2

16

2
54
4
30

w

12

2

236
64

132
44
8
36
70

46
128
32
96

56

16
40

2

248

18

32

2

z
14
10

1,542

24
6
18
52
.16
36

15,426

356

5,216
8,210

106
250

1,880

xa

3,096

320

300
562

420
742

504
740

496
732

1,580
2,390

770
1,220

500
732

288
412

9z
ll0

ll,158
4,592
6,566

280
86

4,106
1,614
2,492
22
46

392
I38
254

726
254
472

968
358
610
2

1,000

1,020
436
584.

1,650
686
964

596
254
342

S O

22

3,336
1,422
I,914
14
32
78
46
32
74

1,040

194

4

16

18

58
62

392
724
2,636

1,094

44
2

130
260

1,

414
590

4,976

114
274
128
146
224
28
196
208

8

Ita

2
6
6

58
60
e4

1,626

34

8

314
1,252

34

556
612

10
15

270
342
214

4

12
6
4
2
74
22
52

38
176
2,718
666
2,052

158
74
e4
12

8
2

6

.

8

52
102
862

6

Ils
1,162
-

28

428
572
8
20
26

12

12

16

14
16

18
6

20
14

6

6
18

8

4
14

6

20

8
76
82
646

12

16

16

64

124

144

136

10

18

510

54
6
34

106
30
42

16

8
34
10

22
122
28
56
22

m

252
96

156
66
12
54
932
260
672

12

.70

60

480
-

E4

66
42
24
36
32

18
4

20

34

4
90
22

8
E4

68

ll0

2
-6

2

26
6
20
228
60
168
4

12

12

6
6
10

8

16

10

8

2

6
4
4

44

4

16
16
164
38
126
24
74
34
40

16

6
8
38
20

10

22

102
128

40
126
52
74

40
16

1,990

1,232

700

202

230

458
582

8
20

6

10

28
36
2

10

10
12

34

8

34
6

8

2

12
2

104

174
78
96
72

64

66

42
22
42

34

30
8

32
14

22
12

8

12

64
860
216
644
28
44

30
450
66
364

12

12
32

12
8

14
242
42
200
14
14
4

16
.lo

12

10

12

10

200
60

260
74

240

le6

2

2

16
10
6

20
12
8

4
6

2
4

10
20

4

2

a

10
8

376

158

30

18

22
62
58

42
46

16

72

30

102

510

w

24

10
6

108
26
82
82

48

4

2

12
16

20

24
230
54
176

150

4

._.

30

e4

4

14

2
14

2
2

10
6
2

128
26
102

32
14

10

6
4
2

2
6

2

2
4
2

'

!

t:

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

,2-99

Table 2-19.

Illegitimate Live Births by Age of Mother and Color, for Urban and
Rural Areas and.Specified Urban Places: 35 Reporting States, 1961-Continued

<

(See headnote at beginning of table)
15-19 YEAFS

T
o
w

10
32
4
28
38
320
234
86
36

16 years

15 Y-

604

2
8
2
30
22
8

8
2
6
4
108

44
64
88

22
66

14
170
158

12
126

118
8
28
E4
34
44
40
4

8
6

50
36
14

12
2
10
10
96

78
18
6

6

8

6

34

6

6
78
60

208
60
148

.Is0

34
70

10
242
108
134
194
62
w2

122

ne

132

154

244
76
168

8
8
4
2
2
8
272

8

u)

14
2
12

2
8
4
4

18
302
152

150
192
42

166
76
90
104

6

6

2
2
6
42
22
20
52
20
32
4
-

48

140

58

40

14

48

42
6

122

54

14

4

18

4

32
8

10
8

18
18

34

102
92
10
16
62
24
38
30

42
38
4
6
26

28

10
10

2
2

8
2
4
4

2

2
2
4
4
4
4

4

4
10
4

32
30
2
8

12
12
10
8

32
32
8
20
4

16
16

2

6

2
4
4
2

2,254

1,076

588

356
66
290

24

594

258
818

E4

476

648
1,606

310
54
256

340
80
260

396
ll0
286
18
8
10
14
10
2
8
20

318
94
224
16
10
6
18
6
4
2
20
14
6
28
2
. 26
50
10
40
20

1,204
384
820
48
26
22
56
34
20
14
80
46

610
130
480
26
6
20

208
36
172
6

42
8
34
4

6

4

34

16
28
10

10
4
18
10
2

8
4
2

18
60

6
54
30
2
28
64
4

6
14
6

6
14
6

8
34
2
32
68

12
56
26
2
24
88

12
8
20
20
80
16
64
26
4
22
86
16
70
8
2
6
114
40

132

182

242

284

Il.2

148

162
20

206
36

240
44

86

114
96

166
132
34
66
48
18
22
28
50
42
8

190
160
30
66
46
20
24
36

18
L4

168

6

198

6

8

182

2
4
6
6

64
62
106
192

4
10
6
2
4

20

70
18
40
30
10
6
8

34
26
8

18
46
38
8
6
24
38
34
4

74

E4

60
4

542
93
252
16

*

6

10
10
10
2
8
14
4
10
16

70

6

4

2

4
12

2

128

E4

338

182

630

284

180

100

516
114

210'
74

154.

60

24

26

20

12

460
364
96
222
158
64
58
42
138

204
146
58
86
50
36
26
34

721

26
16
10
8
2

128

50
8

168
86

18

ll0
28
82
58

410
120
290

36
28

94

16
10

434

2
10
48
10
38
32
4
28
48
4
44
6
2
4
46
10
36
148
30
llE

6
80
30
50
422
120
302

20
64
4
60

64

10

10
2
8
16

8
50
144

756

60

64
4
60
236
68

12

22
64
262
26
236
64
24
40
274
100
174
1,050
264
186

904

s4
16

94
-

740
214
526

24
70
286
66
220

ll8

2
2

806

6

592
474

12
10
2

230
576

M
2
32
162
20
142

26
16
10
14
8

16

184

20
2

1512
1:180
332
630
432

16

8

-

778

12

30
2
28
6

10

6
8

16
4

596

2

2
18

18
10
14
I2
2

22

-

120

2
2
10
30
4
26
20

30
4
6

2
8

164
28

36

12

48

10
58
8
4
4
92
32
60
438
104
334

232

4
50
36
14
2

38

162
22
140
10
6
4
10

1,268

4

362
190
192
340
84
256

12
8
2
6

12

4
126

6
2
4
4
90
56
34
10

22
758
354
404
634
Is8
476

8
8
2
6
8
182
62
120
136
46
90

254

6

18

28

14
2

2
16

2
24

96
28
14
4
10
22
4
18

la

8

6
18

6
28
24
302
228
74
20
4
16

42

1,526
360
1,166
54
28
26
74
38
10
28
62
36
26
114
8

286
1,718
430

228
470
416
54

2
6
2
4
14
66
38
28

18

42
282

128

40 years
snd over

35-39
years

30-34
Years

19 years

18

790
2,454

288
48
240
122
lo
L12
312
36
276
48
18
30
414

18 years

12
2

3,244
324
-

106

17 years

-

2
34
46
10
36
42
1,058
454
604
870
266

25-29
years

20-24
years

AREA AND COLOR

10

10
E4
34
4
30
172
52
120

466

56'

16
76
22
54

36
4
32
74
8

66
16
6

10
74
30
44
246

w 2I
106
24

2

E'
28

421
38
4

56

16

::'

I:

12
22
201

8
8
2

2
16
2
14
2
2

8
4
4
52
16
56

36
-

6

4
2

12
10
2

.

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

2-100

Illegitimate Live Births by Age of,Mother and Color, for Urban and
Rural Areas and Specified Urban Places: 35 Reporting States, 1961-Continued

Table 2-19.

(See headnote at beginning of table)

Total

312
282
30

1,744
1,196

548

17 years

18 years

3c
2c

44
42

68
66
2

7’

1c

2

71

an3 over

19 years

9
81

1’

17q
152
18

48
46
2

28
24
4

10

64
16
378

2w

140

40

80

7c

148

2le

29

281

5E

122

l2

26

23:
6:

23(
51

260

208

168
50

IlE

28

358
262
96
80

54
44
10

%
64

154
90

3(
24

€4

16
18
10

84
58
26
10
6
6
62
46
16

10;

36
208
152
56
660
548
112

24
1E
E
E
2
2
14
10
4
46
40
6

44
32
12
8
4
4
28
20
8

78

134
ll0

16

24

942

64

144

18
30

738
204

46

18

106
38

34

688
496
192

54

100

4
30

10

34

10
40
330

106

26

446
494
62
6
14
544
566
526
40

16 years

810

38

940

Years

-

1,018

34

1,722
588

15-19 YEARS

6

170
160
32

2
14
14

6
260
254
242

26

4

8

94

1

I
62

19:

w

176

96
69

3t

2t

54

16

170

274

29C

52

234
4c

234
56

136
90
46

2
2
30
14
16
4

6
2
4
48
20
28
6

2

186

212

148
38
2
2

156
56
2
2

4

14

16

74
32
42
10

78
50
28
6

100
54
46

2
82
88
86
2

4

4

82
54
28
224

3(

66

10

5:

It
1%
16L

34

10

40
16
16

14
4

1(

la

16

112

5:

36

12
66

16

71
24
24

778

30
44
40
4

46

12

6

34
28
6

22
-

6
86
78
78

80

-.

68

12
624
448
176

16
14
32
358

186
172
16
6
4
178
198
182

182
102
80
6
4

16
IlO
36
14

2

16

44
46
36
10

8
2

1321
80
52
2
2
10
72
28

E6
44

12
4
4
4

50

44

la
12

4

4

2
40
20

18

10
24
24

14

10
4
4

10
1-3

34
25

0

30

I

13
fi

22
28

6
4
14

0
C

10

10
10

2

22

54

24

16

10

2

54
12

10
2

20
2

18

42

4

12
4

10

2

12

25
4

44
40
4
22
14
8

10

14

34

8
2
2
2

14

14
14

‘rata exclude a sidficant but unknown h b e r of i i l e g L t 3 k t b births ermneously classified as legitimate.

8
6
2

8
4
4

28
6
20
14
6

2
2

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

c

2-101

Table 2-2'0. Illegitimate Live Births by Live-Birth Order and Color:,35 Reporting
'

States, 1961

(By place of res'iaence. Data refer only i o illegltimate births occurring within the reporting area. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers tonumber of chldren

-~

AREA b
m

corn

born ahve t o mother)

Total

2

173,332

83,244

30,804

59,842
U3,490

38,104

45,M
3,744

9,

844
8,160

EL€

3,12E

3==
5'

1

6

7

I and over

rot

stated

18,618

12,79C

9,OM

6,530

4,282

7,628

436

8,864
21,940

4,852
13,766

3,19E
9,594

1,942
7,ffiE

1,092
5,438

690
3,592

978
6,650

124
312

1,608
104
1,504

1,026
48
978

7ci
34
671

4%

458
10
448

306
10
296

654
4
650

14

1E

471

14

338
58
280

17C
42
12E

54
4
50

38
4
34

2C

14

12

10

18

2

1E

4
IC

10

10

18

2

1,052
282
770

434
178

222
52
170

134
20
U4

34
6
2E

52
8

54

30
2
28

82
10
72

1,798
26E
1,528

846

224

202

150
2
148

2

68
778

488
30
458

4,636
1,62C
3, O l E

1,978
384
1,594

1,300
226
1,074

6

56C
108
452

142
20
122

86
18
68

e44

258

6,548
3,128
3,418

1,750
344
1,406

62

E

2

44

4

6

22C

196.

102
2
100

74c
7c
67C

528
38
490

338
12
326

672
14
658

76
12

58

38

18

6

64

42

32

36
10
26

48
10
38

1,414

234
1,180

1,074
140
934

868
98
770

540
52
488

826
58
768

'

414
24
39c

952

152
80C

2
2

2
4
2

28
20
8

4, e44
2,834
2,010

2,558
1,728
83C

774
4l2
362

504
248
256

344
172
172

23c
102
128

168
62
106

u 2
56
56

126
34
92

81,664
1,440
224

1,022
946
76

242

136

196

104
32

98
76
22

66
50
16

40
24
16

28
22
6

32
22
10

1,440
892
548

210
IJ.6
94

l38
66

72

122
70
52

78
36
42

62
22
40

32

l9C

48
14
34

3,812
2,024
1,788

1,836
1,216
620

672
304
368

352
132
220

126
178

3w

220
76
144

134
48
86

54

la4
68
ll6

8,480
970
7,510

3,602
660
2,942

1,514
142
1,372

956
72
884

676
32
644

478
22
456

376
18
360

292
6
286

580
16
564

4
2

746
724
22

398
386
12

108
106
2

88
86
2

62
60

26
26

12
12

26
24

22
20
2

4
4

2

1,394
578

704
270
434

410

256

146

IJ.2
144

64

82

90
26
64

146
40
106

16

214
196
148
Ill0
38

68
50
18

58
46
12

22
12
10

48
20
28

2
2

306
2
304

568
4
564

60
2
58

180
22
158

376
32

6
2
4

4
2
2

6

72
20
52

92
22
70

8,176
4,300
3,876

750
560

5,014
2,988
2,026

46

816

2

8

24
98
44

1,602
1,460
142

372
306

66

220
174
46

8,282
372
7,910

3,322
270
3,052

1,584
50
1,534

980
24
956

610

460
16

392

4

606

444

392

5,624
1,878
3,746

2,450
1,UZ
1,268

976
266
710

598

452

U O

336
74
262

250

148
450

310
144

146
58

32
12
20

32

166

62
22
40

5,496
2,124
3,372

3,088
1,466
1,622

1,092
320
772

574

144

440

288
92
196

U O

120
20
100

10,100

5,192
1,230
3,962

1,850

1,080
124
956

624
68
556

$00
46
354

274
14
260.

152
10
142

274
32
242

24
8
16

14
6
8

4
2
2

6

4
2

16
8
8

1,774
8,325

1,454
1,278
176

88

2,100
250

134

342
8

24

42
208

28
12
16
34

344

10
2
6

8
8

6

274
238
36

58
14

40
18
22

5,718
3,474
2,244

2,ow
918
1,082

1,172
472
700

802
292
510

552
194
358

326
u 4
212

200
58
142

270
58
212

856
782
74

230
185
44

150
132
18

92
78

54
48

38
32

14
8

14

6

6

6

20
12
8

44

12

26

16
10
4
4

2
2

2-102

SECTION 2 - NATALITY

1

Table 222,O- Illegitimate Live

Births by Live-Birth Order and Color. 35 Reporting
States,:196,l-Continued

(By place of residence. Data r e f e r only to illegitimate births occurring within the reporting area. Based on a 50-percent sample. Live-birth order refers tonumber of children
born alive to mother)
LNE-BIRTH -0
Total.

1
uJ92
5,328
5,864

6,208
3,512
2,696

612
466

292
242
50

100

146
7,700
790
6,910

3,524
490
3,034

1,506
u 2
1,394

762
.I6

568

308

300
268

218

84
40

90

44

70
20
50

1,560

3,040
1,086
1,954

1,372
320
1,052

6,148
2,9w
3,248

2,370

1,940
5,620
13,426

5,216

8, 210

234
a 4
20

430
386

44
7,804
1,968
5,836

3,554

1,756
2,298

2,170
1,766

1,238
1,074
154

404

.."-%ta

exclude a signifhat

bGt

unlmovn lnunber

214

6

688

1,128
424
704

70
30

90
72

18

686

316

154

246

84
232

44
u0

62

24
5

184

10

38
24
14

32
26

14
8

16
10
6

28
14
14

e

6

542
46
496

376
22
354

284
12
212

204
14
190

392

no

374

llcl

44

24
10
14

10

10

16

2

10

10

14

520
98
422

374
50
324

250

514
45
466

4

212

720

522

360

€40

92
268

160
480

sr,
12
eo

8
36
632

336

690

496

844

540
1,034

68

62

46
40

6

6

1,450
288
1,162

886

320
248
72

464
122
342

854

1,526

1,056
326
730

z

Q

138
384

42
38
4

16
12

12
10
2

6

E

6

4

488
80
408

300

116

318

42

E 4
732

590
108
482

26
274

16

36

160

282

4
35

54
20
34

*

1W
78

2
2

4

z

206

L54

106

52

150

ll6

40
28

38

82
24

38

46

14

12

130
84
46

70
34
36

50

8

18
6

46
28

10

12

18

2

10
8

1,324

480

278

168

1,lW
216

360
120

184

620

94

ll0
58

2,3lO
1,722
588

1,564

324
200
124

160
100
60

50

70
34
36

174
142
32

96
82
14

20

E
.

18
12

4

6

16
14
2

12
8
4

blr&

18

2

38

z

204

1,982

62 illegitimate

6

516

2,602

1,288
276

lot stated

246
442

164
1,574

I and over

7

em%ously classified'aa legitimate.

88
38

18

22
28

2

22

2

22

20

z

!

Section 3. NataZity -Locud Area Statistics: TabGes
General Tables

Page

3-1. Live births by attendant and color: United States, each State and county,
3-2
and specified urban places, 1961-____________-___________________

3-2. Live births by attendant, birth weight, and color, for urban and rural
areas, and population-size groups (United States only), in metropolitan
and nonmetropolitan counties: United States and each State, 1961----- 3-59
3-1

SECTION 3 .NATALITY

3-2

Table

3.1. Live Births by Attendant and Color: United States, Each State and
County. and Specified Urban Places. 1961
.

.

(Data refer only to births occurring within the United States Based on a 50-percent sample Specified urban places are those mth populations Of10.000 or moroin lDEOnnd n r v
mcornorated unless otherwise noted Fieures for white and nonwhite areshown senarately for those counties and urban places in whichthe 1960populntionsPornonwhito 1orrrrf.d
10-percent or more of the total or numbered 10. 000 or more)

.

~

B I R m BY PLACE OF RFSmCE

11

Total

births
AREA AM) COLOR

Attendant

Total
births

by county

dF&l

Attendant
not in

of
occurrence

hospital'

AM)

by county

COIOR

of
occurrence

hospital
and not

Total
births

specified

.
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UNITED STATES
WHITE
NONWHITE

ALABAMA

WHITE
NONWHITE

AUTAUGA

4,268 9326

49268 1326

3,6001864
667,462

3.600. 064
6 6 7 . 462

...... ......
80.096

301Q90

376
146
230
978
612
366
588
202
386
220
60
160
534
318
74
244

BALOWIN

WHITE
NONWHITE

BARBOUR

WHITE
NONWHITE

WHITE
NONWHITE

BLOUNT
BULLOCK

WHITE
NONWHITE

CALHOUN

WHITE
NONWHITE a .

WHITE
NONWHITE

CHILTON

WHITE
NONWHITE

CHOCTAW

WHITE
NONWHITE

CLARKE

WHITE
NONWHITE
WHITE
NONWHITE

CLEBURNE
COFFEE

WHITE
NONWHITE

WHITE
NONWHITE a .

COOSA

430
166
264
194
80
114
792
584
208
198
134
64

232
166
66
132
80
52
688
578
110
160
132
36

198

370
138
232
66

.

66
1.104
854
250

COVINGTON

WHITE
NONWHITE

.
.
.

ANOALUSIA

.
.
.

WHITE
NONWHITE

SEE FOOTNOTES AT EN0 Of

824
232
298
248
50
758
576
182

108
12
96
34
2
32
74
10
64
90
12
78
12
2
10
78
10
68

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

WHITE
NONWHITE e .

336
238
98
2.252

...
'ABLE
-I

.....
..... .....

.....

OF COUNTY

..
.................
.......
..................
..............
..................... ....
WHITE
NONWHITE

428

1. 030
698
332
1 . 222

WHITE
NONWHITE
CULLMAN
CULLMAN
BALANCE OF COUNTY
DALE
WHITE ..e..
NONWHITE a.

.

198
62

.

62
104
6
98
30
2
28

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DALLAS

10
298
148
10
138
6
218
2
216

626
514
112
308
248
60
318
266
52
966
812
154
286
246
40
680
566
114

-

.

196
6
190
268
50
218
308

734
526
208
342
250
92
392
276
116

780
584
196

CONECUH

382
294
88
962
802
160
318
230
88
220
176
44
518
144
68
76

384
216
168

.
.
.
._
.
.
.
.-

WHITE .e
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY 0 .
WHITE.e.
NONWHITE
COLBERT
WHITE
NONWHITE
SHEFFIELO
WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE
NONWHITE

952
13. 170

30
16
14
94
18
76
188
16
172
360
36
324
32
2
30
12

-

ENTERPRISE

49,648
169920

286
262
24
410
378
32
234
152
82
380
274
106
240
194
46
238

594
244
350
2 t 360
19834
526
1.074
702
372

.

. ....
.....

ALABAMA..CON
COVINGTON..CON
BALANCE
CRENSHAW

316
278
38
504
396
108
422
168
254
740
310
430
272
196
76
250

866
442
424

'CHEROKEt

14.122

240
206
34
512
414
98
358
120
238
802
354
448
242
166
76
46

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
..
.
.
.
.
.

WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
i
WHITt...
NONWHITE
CHAMBERS
WHITE
.NONWHITE

66,568

96
714
416
298

554

ANNISTON

852
378
626
240
386
368
186
182
524
362
70
252

5 7 4 . 010

3 9 . 748
93.452

1.132
154
826
420
406

.....

WHITE
NONWHITE

.....
578
300
278

133. 200

258
6
252
108
10
98
44
4
40
64
6
58
112
4
108

670
284
386
2.518

BUTLER

CLAY

80.690

50.336

WHITE
NONWHITE

BI B B

!j .........
4,135 9 126

WHITE
NONWHITE

SELMA

WHITE.
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE
NONWHITE
DE KALB
ELMORE
WHITE
NONWHITE a.
ESCAMBIA
WHITE
NONWHITE
ETOWAH

NONWHITE
WHITE

GADSOEN

WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
FAYETTE
WHITE
NONWHITE
FRANKLIN
GENEVA
WHITE
NONWHITE
GREENE
WHITE
NONWHITE
HALE

WHITE
NONWHITE

HENRY

WHITE
NONWHITE

HOUSTON

WHITE
NONWHITE

OOTHAN

WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE
NONWHITE
JACKSON
JEFFERSON

WHITE
NONWHITE

BESSEMER

WHITE
NONWHITE

BIRMINGHAM

WHITE
NONWHITE

FAIRFIELD

WHITE
NONWHITE

HOMEWOOO

WHITE
NONWHITE
MOUNTAIN BROOK
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE
NONWHITE e .
LAMAR

WHITE
NONWHITE e .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
142
48
94
896

...

.
.
.
1.034
824
210
lr862
760
1.102

.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
...
..684
492
194
298
1.270
872
398
2.060
1 , 634
426

.
.
.

...
...
...
300
228
72
606
382
268
114
324

.

324
468
6
462
280
84
196
1.504
1.022
482

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
754

1 4 , 936
9.064
5 , 872

.
.
.
.
.
.

...
.
.
.
.
.
.
...
.
.
.
...
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
...
.
.
.

.
..
...

.
.
.
172
132
40

594
450
144
272
150
122
936
146
790
944
746
198
1. 702
646
1. 056
754
298
456
948
348
600
940
730
386
344

1. 094

706
388

.....

2. 118

434
1 . 262
902
360
856
326
252
74
508
466
340
126
356
26
330

604
106
498
398
158
240
11276
786
490
750
476
274
526
310
216
806

.....
.....

14.664

5 . 908
802
262
540

4. 126

5.20

446
74
174
144
30
926
146
780
828
726

IO2
972
644
328

fioa

2 ~ a

2iO
464
346
118
912
456
374
82
940
696
244
1.868
1.632

236
19082
878

204
786
246
220
26
500
340
320
20
54

26

74
4

70
YB

ir
92
10

.

10
116
20

96
710
2
~ Z R

.

146

246
484

z

482
28

274
12
262
154

IO
144
240
57
198
180-

24
156
70

BO
32
4e
8

126
ZO

1t6

302
1

28

3G2

146

45n
4
454
148

I02
44
250
152
98
940
770
180

596
472
124
354
298
56
744
13.758
8. 7 3 2
5.026
668
262
406

7.410

31794
346
170
176
410
356
54
306
4.880
3i536
1 * 344

41114
31296
326
170
156
402
356
46
306
41646
31524
11122

284
220
64

238
202
36

€8

142
326

IC
310
154
4
180

112
12
IbG
62
906
24
882
134

.

134
510
12
498

.

20
20

.
8

0

234
12
222

46
18
28

3-3

SECTION 3 .NATALITY
Table 3.1.

Live Births by Attendant and Color: United States, Each State and
County. and Specified Urban Places. 1961-Con .
(See headnote at begming of table)
B’JRW BY PIACE OF RFSIDREE

11

Total
birth3
by county

Total

Of

Fbpician

b-s

in
hospital’

ALABAMA.CON

..............
.....
............
.....
....
................
....
...................... ....
..............
.....
..............
.....
.....
.....

LAUOERDALE

WHITE
NONWHITE

FLORENCE

WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
LAWRENCE
WHITE
NONWHITE.,
LEE
WHITE
NONWHITE.,
AUBURN
WHITE
NONWHITE.,
OPELIKA
WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHJTE
NONWHITE.,

<

....
1.80

.
.
.
.
30

...
,..

51
36’
14,
1.06,
62’
431

...

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

-.
...

.
.
I

................
.....
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.....
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..
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.
.
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..
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..
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.
.
.
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.
.
.......
.
.
...
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.....
.
.
.
.
.
.......
.
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.....
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.....
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...
....... .
....
.......
...................
.......
..............
....... ....
....
.......... .....
..
..................
.......
.

LIMESTONE

WHITE
NONWHITE.#

LOWNOES

WHITE
NONWHITE.,

MACON

WHITE
NONWHITE

MADISON

WHITE
NONWHITE . a

HUNTSVILLE

WHITE
NONWHITE e .
BALANCE OF COUNTY .e..
WHITE
NONWHITE
MARENGO

WHITE
NONWHITE

MARION
MARSHALL
MOBILE

871
701
161
381
I

38;
1.011
41
97(
3.611
2r90(
711

I

72r
22f
496
49E
lr63€

8188C

WHITE
NONWHITE

CHICKASAW
MOBILE

5. 394
3.48L

*

WHITE
NONWHITE

PRICHARO

WHITE
NONWHITE .a
BALANCE OF COUNTY.e.
WHITE
NONWHITE
MONROE

WHITE
NONWHITE e.

MONTGOMERY

WHITE
NONWHITE a.

MONTGOMERY

WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE
NONWHITE
MORGAN
WHITE
NONWHITE
DECATUR
WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE
COUNTY

..

PERRY

WHITE
NONWHITE

PICKENS

WHITE
NONWHITE

SEE FOOTNOTES AT EN0 OF TABLE

568
178
390
4.722
2r 694
2.028

I

I

I

19538
1,288
250

I

I

390
70
320
432
142
290

AREA AND COIOR

Attendant
not in
hospital
and not
specified

Attendant

Total
births
by county

Attendant

.

Total
births

Of

Physician

in
hospital’

.
.....................
..
.................
.......
....
.....
..
.................
.....
..................
.......

Attendant
not in
hospihL

and not
specified

ALA8AMA.CON

1.558
1.302
256
808
636
172
750
622
446
176
1.228
678
550
390
306
84
342
182
160
496
190
306

.

1.470
1. 276
194
768
632
136
702
504
412
92
1.034
678
356
370
306
64
292
182
110
372
190
182

892
714
178
490
54
436
542
96
446
3.728
21984
744
2.460
2. 128
332
1.268
856
412

790
692
98
130
54
76
396
96
300
3.244
2. 924
320
2. 312
2 8 120
192
932
804
128

704
210
494
482
1.162
8.762
5. 256
3.506
258
5 9 274
3.140
2 v 134
1.220
404
816
2. 010
1.456
554

270
206
64
464

612
208
404
4.108
2.050
2.058
3.324
1.876
1.448
784
174
610
1.504
11272
232
726
592
134
778
446
108
338
562
252
310

.....
.....

81206
5~226
29980
254
5.070
3. 140
19034
402
632
1.848
1.430
418

300
200
100
2.904
2.034
870

.....
19866
696
342
168
174
19354
1.248
106
644
590
54
710

.

150
104
46

340
248
92

81
21

PIKE

WHITE ..e..
NONWHITE

6;

TROY

4(
1

2f

1lE
31
81

191
194
2(
2c
5c
5c

124
124
102
22
8C

360

WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE
NONWHITE
IANOOLPH
WHITE
NONWHITE
IUSSELL

WHITE
NONWHITE
PHENIX
C
.
.I T Y
WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE
NONWHITE
j T CLAIR
WHITE..e..
NONWHITE
jHEL8Y
WHITE
NONWHITE e .

..........
.......
....
.....
..................

.

..
...................
.....
.....
..................
..
............
.....

360
146
146
484

WHITE
NONWHITE

IALLADEGA

WHITE ..e..
NONWHITE

60

424
148
8
140
336
52
284

SYLACAUGA

WHITE
NONWHITE

434
4
430
18

34
556
30
526
4
204

.

204
186
2
184
162
26
136
312
8
304
1.204
16
1.188
762
10
752
442
6
436
150
24
126
82
2
80
68
296
4
292
222
4
218

IALLAPOOSA

..

...............
.....

..
.......
.......
..
..
.................
..
...........
.....
..
.........
...................
.....
..
...............
.....
....
...............
.......
...................
.....
....................
...........
.......
.
......
.......

WHITE
NONWHITE
ALEXANDER C I T Y
WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE ..a*.
NONWHITE
IUSCALOOSA
WHITE .e
NONWHITE
TOSCALOOSA
WHITE
NONWHITE
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE
NONWHITE
IALKER

WHITE
NONWHITE

JASPER

WHITE
NONWHITE . a
BALANCE OF COUNTY
IASHINGTON
WHITE
NONWHITE
IILCOX
WHITE
NONWHITE
IINSTON

ALASKA2

WHITE
NONWHITE

)IST

2 s KETCHIKAN3

WHITE
NONWHITE

790
444
346

...
.
..
...

..
.
.
.
.
.
330
202
128
852
298
554

...
.
..
...
-.
...
.
.
.
452
320
132
632
406
226
472
46
426
1,738
1.062
676

.
.

...
.
..
...

...
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
898
632
266

...

.
.
.
.
.

.
..
.
..
...
2.768
1r754
1.014

.
.
.
.
.
.
...
.
.
.

...
.
.
.

1.146
1.006
140

...
...
...
.
.
.
266
152
114
496

606
272
334
180
92
88
426
180
246
412
256
156

3 24

258
66

116
92
24
208
166
42
346
248
98

282
14
268
64

.

64
218
14
204
66
8

58
458

234

808
528
280
504
352
152
304
176
128
528
420
108
676
578
98

510
70
440
1.658
988
670
278
224
54
388
218
170
992
546
446

170
102
11480
972
508
242
218
24
366
216
150
872
538
334

340
2
338
178
16
162
36
6
30
22
2
20
120
8
112

1.266
528
738
630
352
278
636
176
460
560
424
136
836
602

68

.

458
126

.
.

126
332
332
32
4
28
160
20
136

132
14
118
22

780
492
288
246
172
74
534
320
214
21520

118
2 9 336

980

802

178
96

494
834
526
308

96

....... .
.....
.....
.....
590
922
532
390

136
236
186
50

384
256
128
552

30

68

466
452

484
346

648
478
170
224
172
52
424

.....
.....
.....
306

1* 208

.

22
110
14
96
184
6

.

88
6

82

118

48
30
18

236
186
50
972
322
244
78
116
66
50
342

48
62
12
50
436
2
434
4

..... .....

.
.
.

7.502

7,564

61868

696

5r040
29462

2.474

1.820

42
654

326
196
130

348

318

206
142

204
114

30
2
28

3-4

SECTION 3 .NATALITY

Table

3.1. Live Births by Attendant and Color: United States, Each State and
County. and Specified Urban Places. 196.1-Con.
BjZLZiS BY PLVE OF RESDZNCE

Attendant

Total
births
by county

AREA AND COLOR

Of

occurrence

ALASKA~.CON

.
.

WHITE
NONWHITE
12. KENAI-COOK

OIST

OISS
OIST
OIST

.

21.
22s
239

.

249

APACHE

.......

68
30
38

62
30
32

6

56
44
12

64
46
18

64
46
18

74
52
22

66
40
26

64
40
24

2

138
3.018

144
2.892
1.610
1.282

142

2
20
12
8

8

e

6

WHITE ..e..
NONWHITE e.

FLAGSTAFF
BALANCE OF COUNTY
WHITE .e.
NONWHITE a .
,ILA.r
WHITE
NONWHITE
RAHAM
WHITE
NONWHITE
REENLEE
WHITE
NONWHITE.

GLENOALE
MESA
PHOENIX

WHITE
NONWHITE

2

74
68
6

124
106
18
236
162
74

196
158
38
232
158
74

190
158
32
224
158
66

6

116
50
66
130

134
54
80
150
24
126

106
54
52
118
24
94

28

.

44
120
2
118
1.438

-.

.

I
-

i
-

18
2
16
82

4
78
174

.

292
12
280
84

4
80
124
28
96
1.416
296
220
76
11120
54
8

46
82
4
78
198
10

38
6
32
76
4
72
28
10
18
94
24
70
66

2

WHITE
NONWHITE

1.412
237
1.175
1.572

1.428
200
1.228
1.642
362
Is280

SEE FOOTNOTES AT EN0 OF TABLE.

.....

64

31.238
5. 668

..

32

48
24
2
22
12

296
220
76

4

31,233
5.411

COCHISE
DOUGLAS
BALANCE OF COUNTY ..e.

.....

144

WHITE
NONWHITE

28
32

8
88
48

80

36.906

8

96

190
24
166
148

.

8

4

174
180
26
154
80

188

6

196
192
36
4
32
100
26
74

......
..........
.....

35 1866

.....
196

358
lr268

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......
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..
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..
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.....
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..
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