1925

95

PASSENGER, MOVEMENT

No. 102.—ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS AT THE PRINCIPAL PORTS FROM
FOREIGN COUNTRIES: Y E A R S E N D E D J U N E 30
[ N O T E . — F i g u r e s for i m m i g r a n t s a n d n o n i m m i g r a n t aliens cover admissions o n l y . I n a d d i t i o n , t h e r e a r e
d e b a r r e d aliens a m o n g t h e arrivals w h o , after being examined, a r e found i n a d m i s s i b l e a n d r e t u r n e d t o
t h e countries w h e n c e t h e y came]
1900-1909, 1910-1914, 1915-1919 1920-1924,J
average
average
average
average

P o r t a n d class

United States, totaL__
U n i t e d S t a t e s citizens
Immigrants
N o n i m m i g r a n t aliens _

1, 080,
166,
820,
73,

018
236
239
544

1,488,422
273, 262
1, 034, 940
180, 220

454,192
131, 643
234, 536
88,013

983,
246,
554,
162,

N e w York
_
U n i t e d S t a t e s citizens.
Immigrants
Nonimmigrant aliens.

812, 848
128, 988
630,141
53, 719

1, 048, 710
173, 578
759,791
115,341

193, 356
55,192
100,970
37,194

Boston
U n i t e d States citizens.
Immigrants
Nonimmigrant aliens.

64, 942
12, 351
47,913
4,678

73, 896
11,498
52, 474
9,925

13,034
2,723
8,801
1,510

Philadelphia.
U n i t e d States citizens.
Immigrants
Nonimmigrant aliens.

24,183
3,510
20, 203
470

54, 823
3,506
48, 547
2,770

Baltimore
U n i t e d S t a t e s citizens.
Immigrants
Nonimmigrant aliens.

44, 707
1, 277
42,994
436

N e w Orleans
U n i t e d S t a t e s citizens.
Immigrants
Nonimmigrant aliens.

i
i
i
i

630
640
920
070

1924

981,
308,
522,
150,

1925

877 1,180, 583
471
301, 281
919
706, 896
487
172, 406

797,674
339, 239
294,314
164,121

571, 942 597, 304
161, 265 211,917
321,403 295, 473
89, 274 89, 914

618,420
205, 362
315, 587
97,471

458,182
219, 861
137, 492
100,829

30, 329
4, 486
24,168
1,675

20, 307
6,041
12, 212
2,054

45, 299
6,507
36, 320
2,472

17.980
6,093
9,023
2, 839

2,385
462
1,667
256

10, 627
1,355
8,597
675

4,003
1,192
2,382
429

10, 628
1,073
8,711
844

1,673
942
409
322

31,2B3
1,126
29, 395
762

914
76
780
58

511
132
317
62

625
188
376
63

725
141
480
104

153
61
68
24

8,422
3, 925
3, 288
1, 209

11,674
7, 837
1,791
2, 046

11,199
6,808
1, 931
2,460

11,052
6,474
1,407
3,171

10, 487
6,945
913
2,629

12,477
7,276
1,180
4,021

11,685
7,948
727
2,990

San F r a n c i s c o . .
U n i t e d S t a t e s citizens.
Immigrant
Nonimmigrant aliens.

10, 729
3,609
5,115
2,005

14, 053
5,389
4,776
3,887

19, 567
5,460
8,442
5,665

24, 738
6,976
7,659
10,103

20, 949
6, 885
6,719
7,345

22, 853
6,980
7, 559
8,214

13,477
5, 589
1, 927
5,961

Seattle
U n i t e d States
Immigrants
Nonimmigrant aliens.

i 4, 537
1667
1 3,136
i 734

4,827
794
2,208
1,625

6,811
614
3,938
2,359

8, 733
1,739
4,046
2,948

7,286
2,246
3, 003
2,037

14, 760
2,971
7,131
4, 658

5,379
1,926
1, 233
2, 220

i Average, 1906 t o 1909.
Source: A n n u a l R e p o r t s of t h e Commissioner General of I m m i g r a t i o n , D e p a r t m e n t of L a b o r .

No. 103.—DEPARTURES OF PASSENGERS FROM THE UNITED STATES FOR
FOREIGN COUNTRIES: Y E A R S E N D E D J U N E 30
1900-1909, 1910-1914, 1915-1919, 1920-1924,
average
average
average
average
Total __
Male
Female..
1

Children
Adults i
Cabin 2
Steerage

3

1922

1923

1924

1925

487,425

904,423

416,948

588,088

654,861

471,187

494,595

549,813

324, 402
163, 023

631, 827
272, 595

319, 331
97, 617

384, 871
203, 217

413, 372
241,489

277, 973
193, 214

304, 290
190, 305

338, 670
211,143

52, 455
434,970

99, 348
805,075

39, 053
377,895

75,863
512, 225

102, 283
552, 578

57, 610
413, 577

51,190
443,405

51, 547
498, 266

193, 822
293, 603

457, 514
446,909

209, 593
207, 355

323, 302
264, 786

325, 514
329, 347

325,068
146,119

346, 392
148, 203

364, 771
185, 042

i Prior t o 1910 t h e division p o i n t is 12 years; from 1910 t o 1917, inclusive, 14 years; thereafter, 16.
2
Figures i n c l u d e d e p a r t u r e s b y rail v i a t h e C a n a d i a n a n d M e x i c a n borders.
Prior t o 1910 d e s i g n a t e d a s " O t h e r t h a n c a b i n p a s s e n g e r s . "

8

Source: Prior t o J u l y 1,1907, t h e B u r e a u of Statistics; s u b s e q u e n t l y , t h e B u r e a u of I m m i g r a t i o n , D e p a r t m e n t of L a b o r ,

1926

PASSESGER IIIOYE~IEST

98

No. l05.-ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS AT THE PRINCIPAL PORTS FROM
FOREIGN COUNTRIES: YEARS E;;Dmn JUl.;E 30
[NOTE.-Figures for immigrants aud nonimmigrant aliens ,,,,ver admissions .only.. IJ? additjo~, tbere are
debarred aliens flmong the nrrn~nls \vho, a.ft':.'! beIng: (:xun.uned, urc fount! llludnussible and returned to
tho countries whonee they camel

II

I

lOOO--l009,lllHO-1914,1 191
19195- /1921)1914 1
I 1923
at~erJ.£e fl,verage 1 ~rvora~ aver~e!

Port nnd class

I'

I
I

1924

19Z5

I O~, .,441k

-u-ru-'t"-d-St-a-te-s-,to-!&-l.-..•-.••-___-_\

019
4l!8, 4221454, 1921962,630 /981,877 1,180,583 797, 674
rmh·(j Statrs cit,zens ______ l']lj,236 I' 27:;' :82 131, 64~ 246, fW) 1303,471
301,281 1339,239
Immi!!mnrs. ___ .. __________ 820,239 1,03{.~40 234,536 554,920 522,gl~
706,896294,314
NonimUllgrant aliens _______ ! 73,
lSI), !riO 88,013 )02,070,150,481
172,406 164,121

l---si.2. k 045, no j193, 3561 .171,942 i597,304

New YO"k .. __________________
84l!
Unite:] Btates citizens ______ 1 128, U8S',
ImmigrnIlts _________________ 1 (Mu,141!
Nonimmigrant l).liens_______ 1 [,3, ill!

I

Bostoll __ . _____________________ ,
Cnite.! St"t~s citizens ______ !
Immigrants __ .... ___________ !
Nonimmigrant aU.cns- ______ i

64,942:
12,351:
47, :1l3 I
4~ 678

Phi}.adcl;>hl~-~---":,---------.!

uUltedSLtesch'zens ______
Immigml"ts__________________
Xonimmigrant alieDs~ __ ~ ___ :

i

Baitimorc _____________________
United. Swtes citizens ______ :
Immigrants___ ...... ________ !
Nonimmigrant aHoIlS_______

1,0. 578
791
115,341

';;3!)~

15';'

jV2j' 161,265 211,917
321,403 295,4ft!
;1;, 1~4 r 89,274 89,914

100,970

73,896
13,OM
1]'·1£8 I 2, 723
52,4741 S,801
9,925
1, ,no

30,829 20,307
4,486
6,041
24,1£8 12,212
1, 675 2,054

2~, !~3

5~. ~2~ II

10, ~~!

20,,20.1,
470 i

4S,5!7
2~ 770

!

i
'J"'<OI

44. ~£~ II
J, -"

2,38,5
iv2
1,66,
236

_',DUG

31,2~
1,1_1l

I

70~

58

New Orleans _______ .. ________ ' 18,422 I
United Str.tescitizcllS ______ ' :g,'2S;l~S5 J
Immigmnts_____ ... __ .______
NOllim:migrant aliens _______ ; 11,209

1!,6r~
i,8:){

11.199

J,791
2,046

1.931
2,4ilO

San Francisco .. __ . ____________ '
Fnitecl titawsdtizellS______
Immlb'Tarr.ts _________________
NonimmignllitaEens_______ ,

14.058
5;389
41 77"6
3,887

W,687

4,627
7\14

6,m
614

I

Seattle ______________ ... _______
Fnir"d Stutes c·jtizens ______ :

~~::1:;~f:~d~-i;iiiens~~:: :::

10,7291
3,W9
,s,U5/1
2,005
14,5371
1667

!3;

6,808

5,450
81 442
5,665

45,299
6,507
36,320
2, 472

11,960
6,008

10, SeS
1,0/3

1,673
942

606
220
66
311

153
61

274

68
24

215
36
23

9,023
~ 889

8'711
844

263' 170
149' 289
119; 211
IS 942
7' 577
8' 0"5
3: 340

511

625
186
376
63

480
104

11.052
{j~474
1,407
3,171

10.487

12,477

913
2,629

1,180
4,021

I,2/"6

11,665
7,948
727
2,990

13,269
9,533
7H
2,992

24,738
G,976
7,65g

20,949
B.8H5
6;719

22,853
6,980
I,G5U

13,477
5,589
'9')7

14,884
5,825
2

132

I
I'

53i:7OO

468, lSI!
219,861
l37,492
100,829

},LIZ/

317
62

I

370; 757
304,488
191,018

2,382
429

.,s~o6

2!J,395

~

8,.597
675

914

i

42, ~(a I
4.36)

.

19'6

618,420
205,362
315,587
97,471

4,O?3

1,.'''0

II

7,345

8,733
1,739

7,288
2,246

1

725
141

0;945

10,103

409
322

d~

8,2141 5;96i

9·'1

14,760
2

f~ I i; ~~ g~Z I ~; 81~ t ~~

379
~; 921]
r.

5,548

~,; ~~i ~'22~03L

J

U~
2)108

'

1 .l Yerage, 1901} to 1909.
Source: Annual Reports of the Comm!ssjoner Genera] of Immigration, Department of Labor.

No. l06.-DEPARTURES OF PASSENGERS FROM TEE UlITITED STATES FOR
FOREIGN COUNTRIES: YEARS ENDED JUNE 30

!~:IJ.--

1900--

I 1915-

I 1G20':--11922 II

1009, ' 1914" ! 1919, I 19~i, .
1awrage
j 3"ewgc average! "elUge I

-------!

I

-1--1-

1923

1924

1926

1_ _ _ 1_ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - -

14S7,4251904,~Z3

i

TotaL _________ 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,1416.948
583,088
645
861 _
1471
187
____
_ _,_
: ,_
_
'_
_

i

I

l\.IaJe_________________ 321,402 631,827
F.'emale ______________ I' 163'02312'2'5~5

319,331! 384. 8il /413 372
97,617 203,217 j 241', 'S9
-

193'214
,

Children , __ . _________ 1 ."2,455
liuults 1____________ I' 434,970

39,053
377,S~5

75,8631102 283

57 610

99.348
S05,074

612,225

Mi6i8

:

Cabin ,------------ •. J 193,822
Steerage ' ____________1293' aDa
1
!J

2119,693
207, &55

3203,302/325 51'1
264,786. 329; 3'17

I

~1--:--49
81 3 -235
GOO,
t.l,

.,

_

1'-:SS6=O --190'''0"'' 2°1"1 3 3'10,906

2i7 Ui3 ' 30.4 290

,US' 577
I

457,514
1446,909

192.)

325068

140; 119i

,,,

<)

J.,

'
4.

51 I PO " ' ~
4.l3' 405
4~S1, ~~I
~,
V ,...,66
346 392/ "04 7HS; 203

2501 279

50,470
543, 765

185; og I g6i; gl~
-

Prior to .1910 the division point is 12 years, from 1910 to 1917, inclusive U vears there ft
1
Flgures Include departures by raj} vb the Canadian and Ivlexican borders~
[1- Jcr, 6.
1

a Prior to 1910 designated as "Other thau cabill passengers."
m~~f~}Ci:;:;~:

.

to July 1,1907, the Bureau of Statistics; subsequently, the Bureau of Immigration, Depart.

1928

102

PASSENGER MOVEMENT

No. 110.-ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS AT THE PRINCIPAL PORTSFROlYI
FOREIGN COUNTRIES: YEARS ENDED JUNE 30
[NOTE,-Figures for immigrants a.nd nonimmigrant aliens cover admissions only, In addition, there are
debarred aliens among the a.rrivals :who, aCter being examined, are found inadmissible and returned to
the countries whence they came] '"
1900-1909• 1910-1914,

Port and class

average

average

1920192,1,

191ii-

1919,

1925

1924

average average

1926

1927

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

United States, totaL _________ _ 1,060,019 1,488,422 454, 192
United States citizens ______ 166,236 273,262 131,643
Immigrants. _______________ 820,239 1,034,940 234,536
Nonimmigrant aliens _______ 73,544 180,220
88,013
New York ____________________ 812,848
1,048,710 193,356
United States citizens ______
173,578
55,192
Immigrants _________________ 128,988
630,141
759,791 100,970
Nonimmigrant aliens_______
53,719
115,341
37,194
Boston __________ _____________
64,942
73,896
l3,034
United States citizens ______ 12,351
11,498
2,723
Immigrants _________________
47,913
52,474
8,801
Nonimmigrant aliens _______
4,678
9,925
1,510
Philadelphia __________________
24,183
54,823
2,385
United States citizens ______
3,510
3,506
462
Immigrants_________________
20,203
48,547
1,667
Nonimmigrant aliens _______
470
256
2,770
Baltimore _____________________
44,707
31,283
914
United States citizens ______
1,277
1,126
76
Immigrants _________________
42,994
29,395
780
Nonimmigrant aliens_______
436
762
58
New Orleans _________________
J 8,422
11,674
11,199
United States citizens ______ 13,925
7,837
6,808
Immigrants _________________ 13,288
1,791
1,931
Nonimmigrant aliens ______
11,209
2,046
2,460
San Franoisco _________________
10,129
14,Oli3
19,587
United States citizens ______
3,609
5,389
5,460
Immigrants_________________
5,115
8,442
4,776
Nonimmigrant aliens_______
2,005
3,887
5,665

963,630 1,180,683 797,614 866,863
246,640
301,281 339,239 370,757
554,920
706,896 294,314 304,488
162,070
172,406 164,121 191,618

---- -571,942

~

a

Seattle ________________________

United States citizens ______
Immigrants _________________
Nonimmigrant aliens _______
I

14,537
1667
13,136
1734

4,621
794
2,208
1,625

6,911
614
3,938
2,359

916,621
378,520
335,175
202,826

161,265
321,403
8\),274

818,420
205,362
315,587
97,471

458,182
219,861
137,492
100,829

531,700
263,170
149,289
119,241

566,819
269,026
165,510
132,283

30,329
4,486
24,168
1,675

.45,299
6,507
36,320
2,472

17,960
6,098
9,023
2,839

18,942
7,577
8,025
3,340

19,55/J

10,627
1,355
8,597
675

10,628
1,073
8,711
844

1,673
942
409
322

606
229
66
311

511
132
317
62

725
141
480
104

153
61
68
24

274
215
36
23

154
69
45
40

11,062

12,477
7,276

13,269
9,533
744
2,992

13,202
9,278
903
3,021

7,251
8,080
4,224

8411
370

100
173

4,021

11,665
7,948
727
2,990

24,738
6,976
7,659
10,103

22,853
6,980
7,659
8,214

13,477
5,589
1,927
5,961

14,864
5,825
2,114
6,895

18,116
8,065
2,512
7,539

8,733
1,739
4,046
2,948

14,760
2,971
7,131
4,658

5,379
1,926
1,233
2,220

5,548
1,996
1,444
2,108

6,748
3,154
1,011
2,583

6,474
1,407
3,171

1,180

Average, 1900 to 1909.

Source: Annual Reports of the Commissionel' General of Immigration, Department of Labor.

No. 111.-DEPARTURES OF PASSENGERS FROM THE UNITED STATES FOR
FOREIGN COUNTRIES: YEARS ENDED JUNE 30
1900-

1910-

1909,

1914,

1911i-

1920-

1919,

19U,

average average average average

\

1923

1924:

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

TotaL _________ 487,426

1925

1921

--- --- -

904,423 416,948 588, asa 471,187 494,595 549,813
- - - ---- --- - - MalL _______________ -----324,402 631,827 319,331 384,871 277,973 304,290 ----

Femalo ______________ 163,023
Children 1____________ 52,455

1926

600,235

623,296

349,956
250,279

361,966

272,595

97,617

203,217

193,214

100,305

338,670
211,143

99,348
805,074

39,053
377,895

75,863
512,225

57,610
413,577

51,190
443,405

51,547
498,266

Oabin 3______________
457,514
Steerage 8____________ 193,822
29~, 603 446,909

56,470
543,765

563,573

209,593
207,355

323,302
264,786

325,068
146,119

346,392
148,203

364,771
185,042

399,033
201,202

410,125
213,171

A.dults 1______________

434,970

261,330

59,728

..

PrlOl' to 1910 the dIVIsion point is 12 years, from 1910 to 1917, inclusive, 14 years thereafter 10
Fignres include departures by rail via tho Canadian and Mexican borders'
,- ,
a Prior to 1910 designated as "Other than cabin passengers."
.
1

2

m~~f~tL!'b'~~: to July 1,1907, the Bureau of Statistics; subsequently, the Bureau of Immigration, Depart.

1929

104

PA.SSENGER MOVEMENT

No. 114.-ARIUVALS OF PASSENGERS AT THE PRINOIPAL PORTS FROM
FOREIGN COUNTRIES: YEARS ENDED JUNE 30
NOTE.-Figures for immigrants and nonlmmlgrant aliens cover admissions only. In addition, there are
debarred aUens among tlJe arrivals who, after b~lng examined, are found inadmissible and returned to
the countries whence they cume
1900-1000, 1010-1014,

Port and class

average

average

United States, MaL __________ 1,080,019 1,488,422
United States citizens ______
273,202
Immigrants ________________ 160,2:l6
820,230 1,034, O~O
NoniIllUligraut aliens _______
73,544
180,220
New York ____________________

United Stutes cltizens ______
Immigmnts _________________
Nonimmigrant alions _______
United Stutes citizens ______
Immigrants _________________
N ollimmlgrant aliens. ______
Philadelphia __________________
United States citizens ______
Immigrants _________________
Nonimllligrant uJions_______
Baltimore_____________________
United Stutos citizons ______
Immigrants _________________
N oni1ll1lligrant aliens _______
Orleans _________________

UnitaL! States ciLizens ______
Immigrants _________________
Nonimmigl'ant alicns _______
San Franci$Qo _________________
United Statos citizens ______
Immigrants _________________
Nonimmigrnnt ul1ens _______
Seattle ________________________
United States citizens ______
Immigrants _________________
Nonimmigrant ulitws ___
w

mo-

19U,

404, 192
131, ~4a
234,536
88.013

1925

1926

___

128,988
630,141
53,719

17:t, 578
759,791

64,949
12,351
47,913

4,678

73,896
11,498
52,474
9,925

24.,183
0,510
20,203

115,341

55,192
100,970
87,194
13,034
2,723
8,801

963,680 797,674 666,863

335,175

161,265 219,801 263,170
321,403 137,492 149,289
89,274 ](lO,829 11U,241

666,819
269,026
165,510
132,283

17,980

30,329

18,949

6,098
9,023
2,839

7,577
S, 026

1,510

4,486
24,168
1,675

54,823

2, SBa

10,627

1,673

606

3,506

462
1,667
256

8,597

409

675

322

311
274
215

942

1,355

914

611

76

lIi3

132
317
62

61
68

24

86
23

18,422

11,674
7,B37

11,199
6,808
1,ml
2, 460

11,062

11,66.

13,269

6,474
1,407
8,171

2, 990

19,587
5,400

24,788

1,791

11,209

2,018

10,729
3,600
0,115
2,005

14,OoS

14,557
I (j67

4,621

1313(;

2,2U8
I, t;25

1734

5,389
4,776
3,887

791

8,442
5, OM

6,911
614
3,038
2,359

6,976
7,659
10,103

7,918
727

IS, 477
5,5S9

14,864

1,927

2,114

5, DOL

8,783

6,S79

1,730
4,046

1,926
1,233
2,220

2,048

9,533
·744
2,992
6,825

9S1,li8ft
430,955
801,255
193,376

--690,376
299,272
157,887
133,217

22,381

10,986

4,224

5,680
5,695

643
370

202

173

222

154

166

8,080

100

66

81,288
1,126
29,39'5
702

13,025

1928

19,555
7,251

229

44,707
1,277
42,994

780
58

202,826

3,340

470

13,238

916, figl
378,520

246, ~'10 33U, 239 370,757
554,920 294,314 804,488
162,070 164,121, 191,018

48,647
2,770

436

1927

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

----- -----812,848 1,048,710 1&3,366 1i71,942 468,189 Ml,700

1Ioston ________________________

N~w

19151919,

average average

69
45

40

la, 202
9,278

903
3,021

18,116
8,065
2,512
7,530

6,895
6,648
1,OUO
1,444
2,108

060
96

69
52

45

18,742
9,829

1,045
2,868

17,000
6,943
2,312

7,745

6, 1~B
3,154

2,306

2,583

2,458

I, all

5,2Sa
522

Avcruge, 1906 to 1009.
Source: Annulll Reports of the Commissioner General of Immigration, Department of Labor.

1

No, 115.-DEPARTURES OF PASSENGERS FROM THE UNITED STATES FOR
FOREIGN COUNTRIES: YEARS El'IDED JUl'!];J 30
lU60-

19119,
HYDl'uge

lS10-

1914,

19161919,

1921)lOU,

average average average

1924

1925

1nO

1821

1928

- - - - - - --- --- --- ------ --487,425 904,423 416,948 688,OBS 494,696 M9,613 BOO, 230 623.290 70S, 931
--- - - - --- - - - -----:Malc_________________
324,402 cal,827 319,331 384,871 304,290 33B,aj'()
TDlaL __________

Female ______________ 163,023
OllU{ll'Qll '--__________

52,405
Adults 1______________ 434,970
Cabin ! ______________
Steerage , ____________ 193,822
203,603

272,5U5

D7,017

99,348
805,074

377,895

457,514
446, DO!)

209,503
207,365

39,053

340,956

2V3,217

190,305

211,143

75,868
512,225

51,190
443,405

51,547
498,266

543,765

328,302
264,786

346,892
148,203

364,771
185,042

201,202

250,279

DO,470

399,033

-

801,900
201,330

297,446

59,723
563,573

55,237
648,694

410,125
213,171

248,717

400,485

455,214

1 Prior to lQlO the division point is 12 ycars, from 1910 to 1917, inclusive, 14 years, theroafter 16
, Figures include departures by rail via the Oanadian and Mexican bOl'ders.
' .
a Prior to 1UIO designated as "Other than cabin passengers."

m~~r;;;.ei_!£~~: to July 1, 1007, tho Bureau of Statistics; subsequently, the Buroau of Immigration, Depart-

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