Definition of Enumerators

1. Noun. (plural of enumerator) ¹



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Definition of Enumerators

1. enumerator [n] - See also: enumerator

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Literary usage of Enumerators

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1. Registration of City School Children: A Consideration of the Subject of the by John Dearling Haney (1910)
"MT INSTRUCTIONS TO enumerators I. enumerators arc expected to do their work accurately and thoroughly. The residence of every child between four and ..."

2. Report by New Hampshire Bureau of Labor, Montana (1895)
"Carroll D. Wright, Commissioner in charge of the US Census Mureau, wrote in reply to my inquiries : The amount paid to enumerators for services in taking ..."

3. The Elements of Statistical Method by Willford Isbell King (1912)
"Selection of enumerators. It is almost unnecessary to remark that the quality ... will depend largely on the character of the enumerators employed. ..."

4. Civil Service Reform in the National Service, 1889-1891 by National Civil Service League, National Civil Service Reform League (U.S.) (1891)
"The great mass of officials, clerks, supervisors, and enumerators came from the ... Even had it been true that it was not possible to select the enumerators ..."

5. Census of the State of Michigan, 1904 by Michigan Dept. of State (1906)
"INSTRUCTIONS TO enumerators. That the preparation made by the Census Division for the collection of information may be fully comprehended, ..."

6. Abstract of the Eleventh Census: 1890 by Carroll Davidson Wright (1896)
"To theso returns of deaths made hy the enumerators there were added from ... It will ho seen that the death rato hased upon tho enumerators' returns (10.80) ..."

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