The 2007 US Census says there were about 291M people in the US, with an average of 2.6 persons per household. That makes about 112 Million HOUSHOLDS in the US. Not quite families, maybe...
This document: http://www.census.gov/prod/2001pubs/c2kbr01-8.pdf
is from the 2000 Census. It says there are a total of 105.5 million households including 71.8 million family households, or 68.1% of total households. It goes on to break the family households into "married-couple", "female householder, no male present" and "male householder, no female present."
If the 2007 Census puts households at 112 million and the percentage of family households remains the same is it was in 2000, it's likely there are about 76.3 million family households in the US.
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America's Sixty Families was created in 1937.
It has changed america in many ways. it has brought families and friends together. that is how baseball has changed america
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First Families of America - 1922 was released on: USA: 29 January 1922
Many Chinese immigrants were miners. They mainly migrated to America seeking a better life for their families..and to obtain wealth.
The ideas of Enlightenment encouraged many people in America to think logically. They used reason to arrive at the truth of many things that mattered to their well-being and the well-being of their families.
Many Chinese men (they left their families in China) came to America seeking gold, during the California Gold Rush of 1849.
They gather with their families and nieghbors.
Many families, from Scotland, Canada, Poland etc. moved to America because it was a free country
Vanderbilts and other families became wealthy and powerful in America for different reasons. Most families made their money in growing businesses like oil, newspaper and railroads. Once the families had money, they were able to turn that into power.