Source Information

Ancestry.com. Puerto Rico, Special Censuses, Agricultural Schedules, 1935 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
Original data:

Schedules of the 1935 Special Censuses of Puerto Rico: The Agricultural Schedules, 1935. (NARA microfilm publication M1882, 136 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

About Puerto Rico, Special Censuses, Agricultural Schedules, 1935

This database contains Puerto Rico non-population schedules from 1935.

Non-population schedules contained in this database include agriculture schedules

In general, data recorded on the non-population schedules covered one year exactly (beginning and ending on June 1) preceding the year of enumeration. The information requested on each schedule changed throughout the years, so you may not necessarily find the same information on the same schedule type for different years.

About the Records:

Agriculture Schedules

Agricultural schedules are useful for both historians and family historians, providing an overall view of the agricultural state of the nation. These schedules recorded statistics on farms, plantations, and market gardens, listing the names of owners, agents, and managers. The type of statistics recorded included the total acreage of land, the value of the farm, machinery and livestock, amount of staples (wool, cotton, grain, etc.) produced, and the value of animals slaughtered, etc.