The 1910 census was taken over the course of 30 days, beginning on April 15, 1910. Areas with populations above 5,000 people were expected to complete the census in half that time.
The 1910 census did not provide the same level of detail as did the 1900 census. However, it still provides a helpful list of information for genealogical researchers.
Information collected includes household relationship, sex, age, race, and marital status. It also includes birthplace information, immigration information and information on both occupations and real estate holdings.