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CE^-SUS 



OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF 



MASSACHUSETTS : 

1895. 



PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OP 

HORACE G. WADLIN, 

Chief of the Bureau of Statistics of Labor. 

Insectary Library, 
Mass. Agl. College. 



Volume VI. 
The Fisheries, Commerce, and Agriculture. 



BOSTON : 
WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 
1899. 



TABLE OF CO]SrTEXTS. 



Introdvction, 



Page 
xxv-xxvii 



THE FISHERIES. 



THE FISHERIES, . 

Explanation of presentation, 



1-134 
3 



Page 

7 

7,8 



Investments and Products, . 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 

Barnstable, . 

Bourne, 

Brewster, 

Chatham, 8 9 

Dennis, 9 

Eastham, 9^ 10 

Falmouth, 10 

Cities and towns in the countj- of Berkshire, 

Adams, 14 

Becket, 14 

Cheshire, 14 

Clarksburg, 14 

Dalton, 15 

Florida, 15 

Great Barrington, ... 15 

Hancock, 15 

Hinsdale, 15 

Lee, 15 

Lenox, 15 

New Ashford 15 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, . 
Berkley, 
Dartmouth, . 
Dighton, 
Fairhaven, . 
Fall River, 
Freetown, . 

Towns in the county of Dukes 
Chilmark, . 
Cottage City, 
Edgartown, . 
Gay Head, . 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 
Beverly, 
Essex, . 
Gloucester, 
Ipswich, 
Manchester, 
Marblehead, 
Nahant, 
Towns in the county of Franklin, 
Bernardston, .... 29 



18 



17 
17,18 
18 
18 
,19 
19 

21 
21 
22 
22 



24 
24,25 
25 
26 
26 
26 
27 



Harwich , 
Mashpee, 
Orleans, 
Provincetown, 
Sandwich, 
Truro, . 
Wellfleet, 
Yarmouth, . 

New Marlboroug 

North Adams, 

Otis, 

Peru, 

Pittsfiei.d, . 

Richmond, . 

Savo}', . 

Stock bridge, . 

Washington, 

Williamstown, 

Windsor, 



New Bedford, 

Raynham, 

Somerset, 

Swansea, 

Taunton, 

Westport, 

• • • 

Gosnold, 
Tisbury, 
West Tisbury, 



Newbury, 
Newburyport, 
Rock port, 
Rowley, 
Salem, . 
Salisbury, 
Swampscott, . 

Warwick, 



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7-14 

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12 
12 
13 
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14 

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16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
17 
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17 

17-21 
19 

19,20 
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21-24 

22, 23 
23 

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IV 



CENSUS OF 3IASSACIIUSETTS — 1895. 



Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 
Asliburnham, .... 39 

Athol, 39 

Auburn, 39 

Boylston, 39 

Brook field 39 

Clinton, 39 

Dana, 40 

Gardner 40 

Holden, ..... 40 

Leicester 40 

Millljury, 40 

Nortii Brookfield, ... 40 

Oakham, 40 

Paxton, 40 

Petersham 41 

Recapitulation of city and town aggregates. 
Recapitulation of aggregates. For the State and 
Recapitulation by name. For the State, 

Food Fish: By Name, 

Bluetish, 

Clams, 

Cod (fresh and salted), . 
Cusk (fresh and salted). 
Haddock (fresli and salted), . 
Hake (fresh and salted), 
Halibut (fresh, salted, and smoked), 
Herring (fresh and salted), . 

Lobsters 

Mackerel (fresh and salted), . 

Oysters, 

Pollock (fresh and salted), . 

Scollojis, 

Recapitulation. For the State, 



LWKSTMKXTS AND PUODICTS — COU. 




Cities and towns In 


the county of Hampden, 






Page 


Brimlield, . 




29 


CllROPEE, . 




30 


HOLYOKE, . 




30 


Longmeadow, 




30 


Ludlow, 




30 


Monson, 




30 


Towns in the county of Hampshire, 


. 


Amherst, 




31 


Belchertown, 




31 


Goshen, 




31 


Gran by, 




31 


Greenwich, . 




32 


Cities in the count} 


of Middlesex, . 




Mkufoud, . 


. . . > 




Town and county of Nantucket, . 




Towns in the county of Norfolk, . 




Cohasset, 


. 




Towns in the county of Plymouth, 




Duxbury, 


.... 


33,34 


Hingham, . 


.... 


34 


Hull, . 


. 


34 


Kingston, 


.... 


34 


Marion, 


. 


35 


Marsh field, . 


.... 


35 


Mattapoisett, 


. 


35 


Cities and towns in 


the county of Suffolk, . 


Boston, 


.... 


38 


Revere, 


. . 


38 



Montgomery, 

Palmer, . 

Soutliwick, 

Springfield, 

"Westfield, 

"West Springfield, 

AVilbraham, 

Hadley, 
Huntington, 
Plain field, 
South Hadley 
Ware, . 



Middleboroug 

Norwell, 

Plymouth, 

Rochester, 

Scituate, 

Wareham, 



Winthrop, 



Phillipston, 

Princeton, 

Royal ston, 

Rutland, 

Shrewsbury, 

Spencer, 

Sterling, 

Sturbridge, 

Sutton, . 

Upton, . 

Uxbridge, 

Warren, 

West Boy 

West Brook 

Worcester, 



Iston 



Counties, 



h, 



field, 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. V 

Page 

Vessels (Registered) and Boats : By Towns, 65-72 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 67, 63 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 68, 69 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 69 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 69,70 

Cities in the county of Middlesex, 70 

Town and county of Nantucket, 70 

Towns in the county of Norfolk, 70 

Towns in the county of Plymouth, 70, 71 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 71 

Recapitulation. By Counties, 71, 72 • 

Recapitulation. For the State, 72 

Time Engaged in The Fisheries, for Registered Vessels : By Months, . . . 73-80 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 74, 75 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 74, 75 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 74-77 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 76, 77 

Town and county of Nantucket, o . . . 76, 77 

Towns in the county of Plymouth, 76, 77 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 76,77 

Recapitulation. By Counties, 78, 79 

Recapitulation. For the State, . 78, 79 

Partners and Stockholders in Firms and Corporations, 81-88 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 83, 84 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 84 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 85 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex 85, 86 

Cities in the county of Middlesex, 86 

Town and county of Nantucket 86 

Towns in the county of Norfolk 86 

Towns in the county of Plymouth, 86 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk 86, 87 

Recapitulation. By Counties, 87, 88 

Recapitulation. For the State, 88 

Estimated Number of Persons Engaged in the Fisheries : By Towns, . * . . 89-92 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 91 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol 91 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 91 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, '. 91 

Cities in the county of Middlesex, 91 

Town and county of Nantucket, 92 

Towns in the county of Norfolk, 92 

Towns in the county of Plymouth, 92 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 92 

Recapitulation, 92 

TABULAR ANALYSIS, 93-134 

Introduction, 93, 94 

Investments and PnoDrcTS, 94-116 

Principal cities and towns making return 94 

Amounts and percentages of classified investments for the State, 95 

Amounts and percentages of classified products for the State 95 

Value and percentages of details of investments, 96 

Value and percentages of details of products, . . . 96, 97 

Investments and products : By towns (with percentages of products of investments), . 98-102 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 98 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire, 98 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 98, 99 



VI 



CEXSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



iges, 



Investments and TRODrcTs — Con. 

Investments and prodncts : By towns (with percentages of products of investments) - Con 
Towns in the count.v of Dukes, 
Cities and towns in tlie county of Essex, 
Towns in the county of Franlclin, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 
Towns in the county of Hampshire, 
Cities in the county of Middlesex, . 
Town and county of Nantucliet, . 
Towns in the county of Norfolk, . 
Towns in the county of Plymouth, 
Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 
Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 
Recapitulation. For the State and Counties, 
Number of cities and towns representing specified percenta 
Comparative investments in 1885 and 1895 : By towns, 
Towns in the county of Barnstable, 
Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 
Towns in the county of Dukes, 
Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 
Cities in the county of Hampden, . 
Towns in the county of Hampshire, 
Cities in the county of Middlesex, . 
Town and county of Nantucket, . 
Towns in the county of Norfolk, . 
Towns in the county of Plymouth, 
Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk 
Recapitulation. For the State and Counties, 
Number of cities and towns showing gain or loss in investments 
with 1885, 
Comparative value of products in 1885 and 1895 : By towns 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 

Towns in the county of Franklin, . 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 

Towns in the county of Hampshire, 

Cities in the county of Middlesex, . 

Town and county of Nantucket, . 

Towns in the county of Norfolk, . 

Towns in the county of Plymouth, 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 

Recapitulation. For the State and Counties, with number of cities and 
return in 1885 and 1895, 



or loss in 



ue 



and 1895, 



Number of cities and towns showing gain 

compared with 1885 

Investments and products : Comparisons by name — 1885 

Working capital, 

Apparatus, 

Salt and ice, 

Food fish, 

Fish products, 

Food fish products, .... 

Shell fish, 

Wiiale and seal products. 

Other products, .... 

Aggregates 

Explanation of tabular presentation. 
Inland and shore fisheries for the j-ear 1895, 
Comparison Ity name of the inland and shore fisheries for the years 1885 and 1895, 

Preceding table presented for purposes of record only, 



val 



in 1895 as 



of 



compared 



products 



towns makin 



in 1895 as 



Page 

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100, 101 

101, 102 
102 

103-105 
103 
103 
103 

103, 104 
104 
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105 

106-110 

106 

106 

106, 107 
107 
107 
107 

107, 108 
108 
108 
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108 
108 

108, 109 

109, 110 

110 
111-114 
111 
111 
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111, 112 

112, 113 
113 
113 
113 
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114 

lis 

115, 116 
116 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. Vll 

Page 

Fooij Fish : By Name, 116-123 

Consideration of the principal liinds of food fish, giving brief description and statistical 

details of each, 116-121 

Bluefish 116 

Clams, 116 

Cod 116, 117 

disk, o . . . 117 

Haddock, 117 

Hake, 117 

Halibut, 117 

Herring, 118 

Lobsters, 118 

Mackerel, 118-120 

Oysters 120, 121 

Pollock 121 

Scollops 121 

Other edible food fish, 121 

Quantities of fish received at the port of Boston — 1895, 121-123 

Comparisons of quantities and prices, 122, 123 

Vessels (Registered) AND Boats : By Towns, 123-126 

Extent of presentation, 123 

Increase or decrease between 1895 and 1885 for the State as regards number of registered 

vessels 124 

Increase or decrease between 1895 and 1885 for the State as regards tonnage of registered 

vessels, 124 

Increase or decrease between 1895 and 1885 for the State as regards number of boats, . 124, 125 

Number and kinds of vessels carrying boats and number of boats so carried, . . . 125 
Comparative number of boats carried on vessels, and number engaged in the shore 

fisheries, 125 

Increase or decrease between 1895 and 1885 for the State as regards value of registered 

vessels and boats, 125, 126 

Time Engaged in the Fisheries, for Registered Vessels: By Months, . . . 126-128 

Explanation of presentation, 126 

Number of vessels and tonnage engaged specified months in the fishing industry, with 

percentages, 126 

Number of registered vessels for each city and town engaged both in the fisheries and in 

other business, with average number of months engaged in each, .... 127, 128 

Employment of vessels when not engaged in the fisheries, . . . . .~ . . 128 

Partners and Stockholders in Firms and Corporations, 128, 129 

Comparison of firms, corporations, and number of returns for 1885 and 1895, . . . 129 

Estimated Number of Persons Engaged in the Fisheries: By Toavns, . . . 129, 130 

Increase or decrease between 1895 and 1885 for the State and Counties 129, 130 

Three different ways of ascertaining the number of fishermen 130 

Population schedule of the Census, 130 

Aggregate returns from owners of vessels and purchasers at wholesale of fish, . . 130 

The fisheries schedule, 130 

Disablements and Deaths 130, 131 

Number of disablements and deaths by accident during 1895, 131 

The American Whale Fishery, 131 

Products of the whale fishery for 1889 and 1890, 131 

Comparative summary, 131 

Foreign Fishery Trade OF THE United States: 1821-1894 132,133 



viii CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



COMMERCE. 

Page 

COMMERCE, 135-'202 

Coastwise Axn Ocean Commekce. Under American Flag, 137-176 

luvestiiieiits and earnings, 139-115 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 139 

Cities and towns in the countj- of Bristol, 140 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 140 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex 141 

Cities in the county of Middlesex, 142 

Town and county of Nantucket, 142 

Towns in the county of Plymouth, 142 

Cities in the county of Suffolk, 142 

Recapitulation : Investments, 143 

Recapitulation : Earnings, 143-145 

Number and value of vessels, with aggregate and average receipts 146, 147 

Recapitulation, 146, 147 

Number of vessels and tonnage : By kinds of commerce and vessels, .... 148-150 

Recapitulation : By Counties, etc 149,150 

Recapitulation : For the State, 150 

Date of establishment of firms and corporations, 151, 152 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 151 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol 151 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 151 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 151 

Cities in the county of Middlesex, 151 

Town and county of Nantucket, 151 

Towns in the county of Plymouth 152 

Cities in the county of SuflFolk, 152 

Recapitulation. By Counties, 152 

Recapitulation. For the State, 152 

Firms and corporations. Partners and stockholders 153-155 

Towns in the county of Barnstable 153 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 153 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 153 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 153,154 

Cities in the county of Middlesex, 154 

Town and county of Nantucket 154 

Towns in the county of Plymouth, 154 

Cities in the county of SufTolk, 154 

Recapitulation. By Counties 154, 155 

Recapitulation. For the State, 155 

Ownership of vessels, 156-158 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 156 

Cities in the county of Bristol 156 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 156 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex 156 

Town and county of Nantucket, 156 

Town and county of Plymouth 156 

Cities in the county of SuflFolk, 157 

Cities in Other States 157 

Not given 157 

Recajiitulation. By Counties, etc., 157, 158 

Recaiiitulation. For the State, 158 

Officers and crew required to man, 159-161 

Towns in tlie county of Barnstable, 159 

Cities in the county of Bristol, 159 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 159 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex 159 

Town and county of Nantucket 159 

Town and county of Plymiiuth, 159 

Cities in the county of Suflfolk, 159, 160 

Cities in Other States 160 

Not given 160 



TABLE or COJSTENTS. IX 

Coastwise and Ocean Commehce. "Under American Flag — Con. 

Officers and crew required to man — Con. Page 

Recapitulation. By Counties, etc., 160, 161 

Recapitulation. For the State, 161 

Principal ports visited 162-167 

Cargo carried to principal ports, 168-175 

Pilotage and Towage. Under American Flag, 177-184 

Number of vessels and tonnage : B.v kinds of commerce and vessels, .... 179, 180 

Recapitulation. By Counties, etc 179 

Recapitulation. For the State, 180 

Ownership of vessels 181,182 

Recapitulation. By Counties, etc., 181 

Recapitulation. For the State, 182 

Officers and crew required to man, 183, 184 

Recapitulation. By Counties, etc 183 

Recapitulation. For the State, 184 

Ocean Commerce. Under Foreign Flags, 185-191 

Investments and earnings, ■ 187 

Cities in the county of Suffolk, 187 

Number and value of vessels, with aggregate and average receipts 187 

Number of vessels and tonnage : By kinds of commerce and vessels, .... 188 

Recapitulation, 188 

Officers and crew required to man, 189 

Recapitulation, 189 

Ports visited, 190 

Cargo carried to ports visited, 191 

TABULAR ANALYSIS 192-202 

Coastwise and Ocean Commerce. Under American Flag, 192-197 

Explanation of titles, 192 

Investments and earnings, 192, 193 

Number and value of vessels, with aggregate and average receipts, 193, 194 

Number of vessels and tonnage : By kinds of commerce and vessels, .... 194 

Date of establishment of firms and corporations, 194, 195 

Fkms and corporations. Partners and stockholders, 195 

Ownership of vessels, 195 

Officers and crew required to man, . • . . • 195, 196 

Principal ports visited, 196 

Cargo carried to principal ports, 196, 197 

Pilotage and Towage. Under American Flag, 197, 198 

Number of vessels and tonnage : By kinds of commerce and vessels, .... 197 

Ownership of vessels 197 

Officers and crew required to man, 197, 198 

Ocean Commerce. Under Foreign Flags, 198, 199 

Investments and earnings, 198 

Number and value of vessels, with aggregate and average receipts 198 

Number of vessels and tonnage : By kinds of commerce and vessels, .... 198 

Officers and crew required to man, 199 

Ports visited, 199 

Cargo carried to ports visited, 199 

Comparisons for 1885 and 1895, 199-201 

Censuses of commerce, 1885 and 1895, 199 

Number and tonnage of vessels, 200 

Ownership of vessels 200 

Receipts from vessels, 200 

Aggregates, 201 



CEXSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURE: BY TOWNS. 



ticuLTURAL Products and Pkopeutt : Br Towns, . 


• 








. 205-368 


County of Barnstable, 


• > • • • 








. 207-210 


I'age 


Harwich, 








. 208, 209 


Barnstable, 207 


Mashpee, 








209 


Bourne, 






207 


Orleans, 








209 


Brewster, 






207 


Pi-ovincetown, 








209 


Cliatliam, . 






207, 208 


Sandwich, 








210 


Dennis, 






208 


Truro, . 








210 


Eastliam, 






208 


AVellfleet, 








210 


Falmouth, . 






208 


Yarmouth, . 








210 


County of Berkshire, 






• • 










. 211-218 


Adams, 






211 


New Ashford, 








215 


Alford, 






211 


New Marlborough 








215 


Becket, 






211 


North Adams, 








215 


Cheshire, 






211 


Otis, 








215 


Clarksburg, . 






212 


Peru, 








216 


Dal ton. 






212 


Pittsfield, . 








216 


Egremont, . 






212 


Richmond, . 








216 


Florida, 






212 


Sandisfield, . 








216 


Great Barrington, 






213 


Savoy, . 








217 


Hancock, . 






213 


Sheffield, 








217 


Hinsdale, 






213 


Stockbridge, . 








217 


Lanesborough, . 






213 


Tyringham, . 








217 


Lee, 






214 


Washington, 








218 


Lenox 






214 


AVest Stockbridge, 








218 


Monterey, . 






214 


Williamstown, 








218 


Mount Washington, 






214 


Windsor, 








218 


County of Bristol, . 






• • 










. 219-223 


Acushnet, 






219 


New Bedford, 








221 


Attleborough, 






219 


North Attleboroug 


h, 






221 


Berkley, 






219 


Norton , . 








222 


Dartmouth, . 






219 


Raynham, 










222 


Dighton, 






220 


Rehoboth, 


1 








222 


Easton, 






220 


Seekonk, 










222 


Fairhaven, . 






220 


Somerset, 










223 


Fall Riveu, 






220 


Swansea, 










223 


Freetown, . 






221 


Taunton, 










223 


Mansfield, . 






221 


Westport, 










223 


County of Dukes, . 






. 


. 










224, 225 


Chilmark, . 






224 


Gosnold, 










225 


Cottage City, 






224 


Tisbury, 










225 


P^dgartown, . 






224 


West Tisbury 


> 








225 


Gay Head, . 






224 














County of Essex, . 






• • 


• • • . 










225-234 


Amesbury, . 






225, 226 


Merrimac, 










230 


Andover, 






226 


Methuen, 










230 


Beveuly, . 






226 


Middleton, 










231 


Boxford, 






226 


Nahant, 










231 


Bradford, 






226, 227 


Newbury, 










231 


Danvcrs, 






227 


Newburyport, . 








231 


Essex, . 






227 


North Andover, 








232 


Georgetown, 






227 


Peabody, 








232 


Gloicksteh, 






227, 228 


Rock port. 










232 


Groveland, . 






228 


Rowley, 










232 


Hamilton, . 






228 


Salem, . 










233 


Haveiiiiii.l, 






228 


Salisljury, 










233 


Ipswich, 






228, 229 


Saugus, 










233 


Lawkknce, . 






229 


Swampscott, 










233 


Lynx, . 






229 


Topsfield, 










234 


Lynn field, . 






229 


Wenham, 










234 


Manchester, 






230 


West Newbury, . 








234 


Marblehead, 






230 















TABLE OF CONTEXTS. 



XI 



Agricultural Products axd Property: By Towns — Con. 



uouiiij' oi riauRim, 


• • • • 

Page 


Leyden, 


Ashfield, 


. 234, 235 


Monroe, 


Bernardstou, 






235 


Montague, . 


Bucklaiid, . 






235 


New Salem, . 


Cliarlemont, 






235 


Northfield, . 


Colrain, 






235, 236 


Orange, . 


Conway, 






236 


Rowe, . 


Deerfield, 






236 


Shelburne, . 


Erviiig, 






236 


Shutesljury, . 


Gill 






236, 237 


Sunderland, . 


Greenfield, . 






237 


Warwick, 


Hawley, 






237 


Wendell, 


Heath, . . . . 






237 


Whately, 


Leverett, 






237, 238 




County of Hampden, 






. 




Agawam, 






241 


Monson, 


Blandford, . 






241,242 


Montgomery, 


Brimfield, 






242 


Palmer, 


Chester, 






242 


Russell, 


Chicopee, . 






242 


Southwick, . 


East Longmeadow, 






242, 243 


Sprixgfielb, 


Granville, . 






243 


Tolland, 


Hampden, . 






243 


Wales, . 


Holland, 






243 


Westfield, . 


HOLYOKE, . 






243, 244 


West Springfield, 


Longraeadow, 






244 


Wilbraham, . 


Ludlow, 






244 




County of Hampshire, . 






• • 




Amherst, 






247 


Middlefield, . 


Belchertown, 






247, 248 


Northampton, 


Chesterfield, 






248 


Pelham, 


Cummington, 






248 


Plainfield, 


Easthampton, 






248 


Prescott, 


Enfield, 






248, 249 


Southampton, 


Goshen, 






249 


South Hadley, 


Granby, 






249 


Ware, . 


Greenwich, . 






249 


Westhampton, 


Hadley, 






249, 250 


Williamsburg, 


Hatfield, 






250 


Worthington, 


Huntington, 






250 




County of Middlesex, 






• • 


• • * ■ • 


Acton, . . 






253 


Lexington, . 


Arlington, . 






, 253, 254 


Lincoln, 


Ashby, . 






254 


Littleton, 


Ashland, 






254 


Lowell, 


Ayer, . 






254 


Maldex, 


Bedford, 






. 254, 255 


Marlborough, 


Belmont, 






255 


Majnard, 


Billerica, 






255 


Medford, 


Boxborough, 






255 


Melrose, 


Burlington, . 






. 255, 256 


Natick, . 


Camkriuge, 






256 


Newtox, 


Carlisle, 






256 


North Reading, 


Chelmsford, 






256 


Pepperell, 


Concord, 






257 


Reading, 


Dracut, 






257 


Sherborn, 


Dunstable, . 






257 


Shirley, . 


Everett, 






257 


Somerville, 


Framingham, 






258 


Stoneham, . 


Groton , 






258 


Stow, . 


Holliston, 






258 


Sudbury, 


Hopkinton, . 






258 


Tewksbury, . 


Hudson, 






259 


Townsend, . 



Page 
234-241 
238 
238 
238 
239 
239 
239 
239 
210 
240 
240 
240 
241 
241 

241-247 
244 
245 
245 
245 
245 
246 
246 
246 
246 
247 
247 

247-253 
250 
251 
251 
251 
251 
252 
252 
252 
■ 252 
253 
253 

253-267 

259 
259 
259 
260 
260 
260 
260 
261 
261 
261 
261 
262 
262 
262 
262 
263 
263 
263 
263 
264 
264 
264 



Xll 



CEXSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AoKicuLTrRAL PnoDLCTs AND Propehty : By Towns — Con. 
County of Middlesex — Con. 











Page 










Page 


Tyngsborough 264 


"Westford, . 








266 


"Wakefield, . 






265 


Weston, 








266 


"Waltiiam, . 






265 


"SVilmington, . 








266 


Watertown, . 






265 


Winchester, . 








266 


Way land, . 






265 


WOBURN, 








267 


County of Nantucket, 






• • 











267 


Nantucket, . 






. 


. 








267 


County of Norfolk, 






• • 











267-274 


Avon, . 






267 


Millis, . 








271 


Bellingham, 






268 


Milton, . 








271 


Braintree, . 






268 


Needham, 








271 


Brookline, . 






268 


Norfolk, 








272 


Canton, 






268 


Norwood, 








272 


Cohasset, 






269 


QriNCY, 








272 


Dedham, 






269 


Randolph, 








272 


Dover, . 






269 


Sharon, . 








273 


Fox borough, 






269 


Stoughton, . 








273 


Franklin, 






270 


Walpole, 








273 


Holbrook, . 






270 


Wellesley, 








273 


Hyde Park, . 






270 


Weymouth, . 








274 


Medfiekl, . 






270 


Wrentham, . 








274 


Medway, 






271 












County of Plymouth, 






• • 


. 








274-281 


Abington, 






274 


Marshfield, . 








278 


Bridgewater, 






274, 275 


Mattapoisett, 








278 


Brockton, . 






275 


Middleborough, 








278 


Carver, 






275 


Norwell, 








279 


Duxbury, 






275 


Pembroke, . 








279 


East Bridgewater, 






275, 276 


Plymouth, . 








279 


Halifax, 






276 


Plympton, 








279 


Hanover, 






276 


Rochester, 








280 


Hanson, 






276 


Rockland, 








280 


Hingham, . 






276, 277 


Scituate, 








280 


Hull, . 






277 


Wareham, . 








280 


Kingston, 






277 


West Bridgewater 








281 


^ Lakeville, . 






277 


Whitman, 








281 


Marion, 






278 












County of Suffolk, . 






. 


• • • • • 








281, 282 


Boston, 






281 


Revere, . 








282 


Chelsea, 






281, 282 


Winthrop, 








282 


County of "Worcester, 






. 











282-297 


Ashburnham, 






282 


Hubbardston, 








288 


Athol, , 






283 


Lancaster, 








288 


Auburn, 








283 


Leicester, 








288 


Barre, . 








283 


Leominster, . 








288 


Berlin, . 








283 


Lunenburg, . 








289 


Black stone. 








284 


Mendon, 








289 


Bolton,. 








284 


Milford, 








289 


Boylston, 








284 


Millbury, 








289 


Brook field. 








284 


New Braintree, 








290 


Charlton, 








285 


Northborough, 








290 


Clinton, 








285 


Nortlibridge, 








290 


Dana, 








285 


North Brookfield, 








290 


Douglas, 








285 


Oakham, 








291 


Dudley, 








286 


Oxford, . 








291 


FiTcuniuo, 








286 


Paxton, . 








291 


Gardner, 








286 


Petersham, . 








291 


Grafton, 








286 


Phillipston, . 








292 


Hardwick, 








287 


Princeton, 








292 


Harvard, 








287 


Royal ston, . 








292 


Holden, 








2S7 


Rutland, 








292 


Hopedale, 








287 


Shrewsljury, . 








293 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



xin 



Agricultural Products and Property: By Towns — Con. 
Comity of Worcester — Con. 



Southborough, 
South bridge, . 
Spencer, 
Sterling, 
Sturbridge, . 
Sutton, . 
Templeton, . 
Upton, . 
Uxbridge, 



Page 




293 


Warren, 


293 


Webster, 


293 


Westborough, 


294 


West Boylston, 


294 


West Broolifield 


294 


Westminster, 


294 


Wiuchendon, 


295 


Worcester, 


295 





Page 

295 
295 
296 
296 
296 
296 
297 
297 



Recapitulation of city and town aggregates : products, 
Towns in the county of Barnstable, 
Cities and towns in the count}' of Berkshire, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 
Towns in the county of Dukes, 
Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 
Towns in the count}' of Franklin, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 
Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire, 
Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex, 
Town and county of Nantucket, 
Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 
Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 
Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 
Recapitulation of aggregates : products. For the State and 
Recapitulation of city and town aggregates : property, 
Towns in the county of Barnstable, 
Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 
Towns in the county of Dukes, 
Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 
Towns in the county of Franklin, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 
Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire, 
Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex, 
Town and county of Nantucket, 
Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 
Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 
Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 
Recapitulation of aggregates : property. For the State an 
Percentages of value of products of value of property, 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties. 
Comparative values of products and property in 1885 and 
Towns in the county of Barnstable, 
Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 
Towns in the county of Dukes, 
Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 
Towns in the county of Franklin, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 
Cities and towns in tlie county of Hampshire, 
Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex, 
Town and county of Nantucket, 
Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, . 
Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 
Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 
Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 
Recapitulations : products. For the State and counties, 
Recapitulations : property. For the State and counties. 



counties 



1895 



counties 



by towns. 



298-309 
298, 299 
298, 299 
298, 299 
298, 299 
300, 301 
300, 301 
300-303 
302, 303 
302-305 
;i04, 305 
304, 305 
304, 305 
306, 307 
306, 307 
308, 309 
310-315 
310 
310 
310 

310, 311 
311 
311 

311, 312 
312 

312, 313 
313 
313 

313,314 
314 
314 
315 

316-318 
318 

319-325 
319 
319 
319 

319, 320 
320 
320 

320, 321 
321 

321, 322 
322 
322 

322, 323 
323 
323 
324 
325 



xiv CEXSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 

Aouici-LTi-UAL Products an'd Property: By To\v.ns — Con. Page 

Comparative values of classified products in 1885 and 1895 : by counties 326-331 

Animal products, 

ClothiniT, needle work, etc., ^-^ 

Dairy products ^^^ 

Food products, 

Greenhouse products, 

Hothouse and hotbed products ^-' 

Liquors and beverages 

Nurserv products ^■'' 

Poultry products, ''-^ 

Wood products, ~ • • ^-° 

Wooden goods, ^^^ 

Other products, • 

Cereals, ^^^ 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, "^-^ 

Hay, straw, and fodder "^-^ 

Meats and game 

Vegetables ^^^ 

Products from mines, quarries, pits, etc., 330 

Total products : by counties, . 330 

Total products : by classification, 331 

Comparative values of classified property in 1885 and 1895 : by counties 331-333 

Land ^^^ 

Buildings ^^^ 

Machines, implements, etc., .• • • • 332 

Domestic animals, etc., 331. 

Fruit trees and vines, 332 

Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 333 

Total property : by counties, 333 

Total property : by classification, 333 

Comparative values of agricultural property and assessed real estate in 1885 and 1895 : by 

towns, 334-345 

Towns in the county of Barnstable 334, 335 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire, 334, 335 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 334, 335 

Towns in the county of Dukes 336, 337 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 336, 337 

Towns in the county of Franklin 336, 337 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 336-339 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire, 338, 339 

Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex, 338-341 

Town and county of Nantucket 340, 341 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, 340, 341 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 340-343 

Citiesand towns in the county of Suffolk, 342,343 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, . 342, 343 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 344, 345 

TABULAR ANALYSIS 346-367 

Introduction, 346, 347 

Classified titles used in the presentation with principal kinds of products and property 

classified alpliabctically under each, 347-351 

Animal products, 347 

Clothing, needle work, etc., 347 

Dairy products, 347 

Food products, 347 

Greenhouse products, 348 

Hothouse and hotbed products, 348 

Liquors and beverages, 348 

Nursery products, 348 

Poultry products, 348 

Wood products, 348 

Wooden goods, 348 

Other products, 348 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. ^ XV 

TABULAE, ANALYSIS — Con. 

Classified titles used in the presentation with principal kinds of products and property 

classified alphabetically under each — Con. Page 

Cereals 349 

Fruits, beri'ies, and nuts, 349 

Hay, straw, and fodder, 349 

Meats and game, 349 

Vegetables 349 

Products from mines, quarries, pits, etc., 350 

Land, 350 

Buildings, 350 

Machines, implements, etc., 350, 351 

Domestic animals, etc., 351 

Fruit trees and vines, 351 

Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 351 

Information collected on same basis as 1885, 351 

Value of products and property accompanied by percentages, 351 

Products aggregating 25 per cent, or more, of the total products presented in full-face 

type, 351, 352 

Consideration of county and State aggregates, 352 

Total products and property with county percentages of State aggregates, . . . 352 

Classified products and property with percentages 353 

Consideration of the relative bearing of products to property 354 

Comparisons for 1885 and 1895, 354-356 

Comparisons based upon values and not upon quantities, 355 

Relative rank of cities and towns as regards population and value of agricultural products, 356-363 

Comparisons between agricultural realty and assessed real estate 363, 364 

Changes in the character of farm work in Massachusetts, 364 

Value of agricultural property considered as the capital invested by the farmer, . . 364" 
Presentation of agricultural products and property in complete detail for the town of 

Dartmouth, county of Bristol, 365, 366 

Consideration of preceding presentation 367 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS: BY NAME. 

Agricultural Products : By Name 369-426 

Explanation of presentation, 371 

Animal Products, 373-382 

Calf skin?, hides, and pelts, 375-377 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 377 

Manure, 377-379 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 379 

Wool 380, 381 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 381 

Recapitulation : animal products, 381 

Dairy Products, 383-404 

Butter, 385-390 

Recapitulation : butter, for sale. For the State and counties, 390 

Recapitulation : butter, for use. For the State and counties, 390 

Recapitulation : butter, for sale and use. For the State and counties, ... 390 

Cheese 390-392 

Recapitulation : cheese, for sale. For the State and counties, 392 

Recapitulation : cheese, for use. For the State and counties, 392 

Recapitulation : cheese, for sale and use. For the State and counties, . . . 392 

Cream 393-397 

Recapitulation : cream, for sale. For the State and counties, 396 

Recapitulation : cream, for use. For the State and counties 397 

Recapitulation : cream, for sale and use. For the State and counties, ... 397 

Milk • 397-404 

Recapitulation : milk, for sale. For the State and counties, 402 

Recapitulation : milk, for use. For the State and counties, 403 

Recapitulation : milk, for sale and use. For the State and counties 403 

Recapitulation : dairy products, 403 



XVI 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



PoULTliy PllODUCTS, 

Eggs, 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 
Fancy eggs, 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 
Game eggs, 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties. 
Dressed poultry 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties. 
Recapitulation : poultry products. 



Page 

405-414 

407-409 

409 

410, 411 

411 

411 

411 

412-414 

414 

414 



Other Products 

Tobacco 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties. 
Recapitulation : other products, , . . . 



415-417 

417 
417 
417 



Tabular Analyses, 418-426 

Introduction, 418 

Animal products, 418 

Calf skins, hides, and pelts, 418 

Manure 418,419 

Wool, 419 

Dairy products 419-424 

Butter, 419,420 

Cheese, 

Cream, 

Milk 

Comparative values of dairy products for 1845, 1855, 1865, 1875, 1885, and 1895, 

Duplications of value in dairy returns, 

Dairy products repoited as a branch of manufactures, 



420 
420 
421 
421 
422, 423 
424 



Poultry products, 424, 425 



Eggs, 

Fancy eggs. 
Game eggs. 
Dressed poultry, 
Other products. 
Tobacco, • 



424 
424 
425 
425 
425 
425 



Cereals 427-436 

Indian corn, 429-431 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 431 

Oats, 431^33 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 433 

Rye, 433-436 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 435, 436 

Recapitulation : cereals, 436 



Fruits, Berries, and Nuts 437-456 

Apples, J . . . . 439^41 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 441 

Cranberries, ' 411-443 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 443 

Grapes, 443-448 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 448 

Hothouse grapes, 449 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 449 

Pears 449-452 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 452 

Stra\vl)crries, 452-455 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 455 

Recapitulation : fruits, berries, and nuts 455 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. XVU 

Page 

Vegetables, 457-510 

Beans, 459-461 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 461 

String and shell beans 461-464 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 464 

Cabbage 464-467 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 467 

Celery, 467^69 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 469 

Green corn, ^ 469-471 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 471 

Cucumbers 472-476 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 476 

Hothouse cucumbers, 477, 478 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 477,478 

Lettuce, 478-482 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 482 

Onions 482-487 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 487 

Pease, 488, 489 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 489 

Green pease, 489-492 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 492 

Potatoes, 492-494 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 494 

Pumpkins, 495-497 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 497 

Squashes, 497-499 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 499 

Tomatoes, 500-505 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 504, 505 

Table turnips, 505-510 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 509, 510 

Recapitulation : vegetables, 510 



Products from Mixes, Quarries, Pits, Etc., 511-522 

Products of pits and bogs, 513-518 

Clay, 513 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 513 

Gravel, 513-515 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 515 

Muck, 515,516 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 516 

Peat, 516 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 516 

Sand 517, 518 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 518 

Products of quarries 518, 519 

Granite, . 518, 519 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 519 

Stone,- 519 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 519 

Products of ponds, springs, etc., 520,521 

Fish, 520 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 520 

Salt 520, 521 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 521 

Spring water 521 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 521 

Recapitulation : products from mines, quarries, pits, etc., 521, 522 

Recapitulation : for the State. Agricultural products by name, 522 

Recapitulation : for the State. All products with values and percentages, . . . 523 

Recapitulation : for the State. Classified aggregates with values and percentages, . . 524 



xviii CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 

Page 

Tabular Analyses 525-534 

Cereal products, 525, 526 

Indian corn, 525 

Oats 525 

Rye 525, 526 

Comparisons with previous censuses, 526 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 526-528 

Apples, 526 

Cranberries 526, 527 

Grapes 527 

Pears, 527 

Strawberries, 527 

Comparisons with previous censuses, 527, 528 

Vegetables 528-531 

Beans, 528 

String and shell beans, 528 

Cabbage 529 

Celery 529 

Green corn, . 529 

Cucumbers, 529 

Lettuce, 529 

Onions 529,530 

Pease, 530 

Potatoes, 530 

Pumpkins, 530 

Squashes 530 

Tomatoes, 530 

Tal)le turnips, 530, 531 

Comparisons with previous censuses, 531 

Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 531, 532 

Recapitulation : for the State. Agricultural products by name, 532 

Recapitulation : for the State. All products with values and percentages, . . . 532 

Recapitulation : for the State. Classified aggregates with values and percentages, . . 532, 533 



AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY: BY NAME. 

AoRicrLTURAL PROPERTY : By Name, 535-654 

Explanation of presentation, 537 

Land, 539-574 

Cultivated land, 540-551 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 550, 551 

Uncultivated land and woodland 550-561 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 560, 561 

Total cultivated land, uncultivated land, woodland, and unclassified land, . . . 662-573 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 572, 573 

Buildings, • 575-582 

Dwelling-houses 577-579 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 579 

Barns, 580-582 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties 582 

Recapitulation : buildings, 582 

Domestic Animals, Etc., 58.3-616 

Calves 585-587 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 587 

Colts 587-590 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 590 

Cows, 590-592 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 592 

Heifers, 593-595 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 595 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. XIX 

Domestic Animals, Etc. — Con. Page 

Hens and chickens, .595-601 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 600, 601 

Hogs, 601-603 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 603 

Horses, 604-606 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 606 

Lambs 606-608 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 608 

Oxen, 608-610 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 610 

Pigs 610-613 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 613 

Sheep, 613-615 

Recapitulation, For the State and counties, 615 

Recapitulation : domestic animals, etc., 615 

FiuiT Trees and Vines, 617-630 

Apple trees, 619-621 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 621 

Grape vines 621-624 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 624 

Peach trees 624-627 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 626, 627 

Pear trees, 627-629 

Recapitulation For the State and counties, 629 

Recapitulation : fruit trees and vines, 630 

Mines, Quarries, Pits, Etc. 631-643 

Mines 633 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, ........ 633 

Pits and bogs, 633-639 

Clay, 633,634 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 634 

Gravel, 634-636 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 636 

Peat bogs and muck beds, 636, 637 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 637 

Sand, 637-639 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 639 

Quarries, 639-641 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 640, 641 

Ponds, springs, etc., 641, 642 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 642 

Recapitulation: mines, quarries, pits, etc 643 

Recapitulation : for the State. Agricultural property by name, 643 

Recapitulation : for the State. All property with values and percentages, . . . 643, 644 

Recapitulation : for the State. Classified aggregates with values and percentages, . • 644 

Tabular Analyses 645-654 

Introduction, 645 

Land 645-649 

Cultivated land, 645-647 

Relation of each class of cultivated land to the total, 646 

Rank of the different counties as regards all cultivated land and hay land, . . 646 

The values of property affected by its location, 646 

Uncultivated land and woodland, 647-649 

Rank of the different counties as regards uncultivated farm land and woodland, . 647 

Comparative acreage values. For the State and counties 647, 648 

Average value per acre of five main classes of agricultural land 648, 649 

Buildings, 649 

Dwelling-houses, • 649 

Barns, 649 



XX CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 

Tabulak Analyses — Con. Page 

Domestic animals, etc., 649, 650 

Cows 649, 650 

Horses, 650 

Hens and chickens 650 

Fruit trees and vines 650, 651 

Apple trees, 650 

Grape vines, 651 

Peach trees, 651 

Pear trees, 651 

Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 651 

Recapitulation : for the State. Agricultural propertj' l)y name, 651 

Recapitulation : for tlie State. All property with values and percentages, • . . 651 

Recapitulation : for the State. Classified aggregates with values and percentages, . . 651, 652 

Comparative property statistics for 1885 and 1895, 652, 653 

Comparative acreage of agricultural land for 1865, 1875, 1885, and 1895, .... 653, 654 



FARM STATISTICS. 

Farm Land Classified By Acreage : By Towns, 657-680 

Explanation of presentation, 659 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 661-663 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire, 661-663 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, . " 661-666 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 664-666 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 664-666 

Towns in the county of Franklin, 664-669 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 667-669 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire 667-669 

Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex, 667-672 

Town and county of Nantucket 670-672 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, 670-672 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 670-675 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 673-675 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 673-678 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 676-678 

Recapitulation. For the State : with percentages 679 

Comparisons of Farm Acreage: 1885 and 1895, 681-702 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 683 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire 683-685 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 685, 686 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 686 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 686-688 

Towns in the county of Franklin, 688, 689 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 689, 690 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire 691,692 

Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex, 692-694 

Town and county of Nantucket, 694 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, 694-696 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth 696, 697 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 697 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 697-700 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 700, 701 

Total "Wages Paid in Aguict'lture 703-710 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 705 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire 705 

Cities and towns in tlic county of Bristol 706 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 706 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 706 

Towns in tlie county of Franklin, 706 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 706, 707 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire 707 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. XXI 

Total Wages Paid in Agriculture — Con. Page 

Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex, 707, 708 

Town and county of Nantucket 708 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk 708 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth 708 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk 708 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester 708, 709 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 709 

Commercial Fertilizers, 711-718 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 713 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire, 713 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 713 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 714 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 714 

Towns in the county of Franklin 714 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 714, 715 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire, 715 

Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex 715, 716 

Town and county of Nantucket, 716 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk 716 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth 716 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 716 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 716, 717 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 717 

Destruction by Forest Fires, 719-726 

Towns in the county of Barnstable 721 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire 721 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 721 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 722 

Cities and towns in the count}' of Essex, 722 

Towns in the county of Franklin, • 722 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 722, 723 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire, 723 

Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex 723,724 

Town and county of Nantucket 724 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, 724 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 724, 725 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk 725 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 725 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 726 

Classification of Farm Land ; With Comparative Values of Products and 

Property, Acreage, Etc. : By Towns 727-780 

Explanation of presentation, 729 

Towns in the county of Barnstal)le, 731-733 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire, 733-736 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 737-739 

Towns in the county of Dukes, 739, 740 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex 740-745 

Towns in the county of Franklin, 745-748 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 748-751 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire, 751-754 

Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex 754-761 

Town and county of Nantucket, 761 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, 761-765 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 765-768 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 768, 769 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 769-777 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 777-780 

Farms, Market Gardens, Etc. Number Owned, Hired, Worked on Shares, Etc. : 

By Towns 781-832 

Explanation of presentation, 783 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 785-787 



XXll CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 

Farms, Market Gardens, Etc. Number Owned, Hired, Worked on Shares, Etc.: 

By Towns — Con. Page 

Cities and towns in tlie county of Berkshire, 787-790 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol 790-793 

Towns in the county of Dalies 793, 794 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 794-799 

Townsin the county of Franklin, 799-802 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 802-805 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampshire, 805-807 

Cities and towns in the county of Middlesex, 807-814 

Town and county of Nantucket, r 814 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk, 815-818 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 818-821 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 821, 822 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 822-830 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 830-832 

Farms, Market Gardens, Etc. Number Owned, Hired, Etc. ; With Comparative 

Acreage, AND Values OF Products AND Property: By Towns, . . . 833-864 

Explanation of presentation, 835 

Towns in the county of Barnstable, 837, 838 

Cities and towns in the county of Berkshire, 838-840 

Cities and towns in the county of Bristol, 840-842 

Towns in the county of Dukes 842 

Cities and towns in the county of Essex, 842-845 

Towns in the county of Franklin, 845-847 

Cities and towns in the county of Hampden, 847, 848 

Cities and towns in tlie county of Hampshire, 849, 850 

Cities and towns in tlie county of Middlesex, 850-854 

Town and county of Nantucket, 854 

Cities and towns in the county of Norfolk 854-856 

Cities and towns in the county of Plymouth, 856-858 

Cities and towns in the county of Suffolk, 858 

Cities and towns in the county of Worcester, 859-863 

Recapitulation. For the State and counties, 863, 864 

Tabular Analyses 865-883 

Introduction 865 

Condition of agriculture in Massachusetts, 865 

Certain statistics never before presented 865 

Farm land classified by acreage : by towns, 865, 866 

Definition of the terra "farm land," 865 

Comparisons of farm acreage: 1885 and 1895 866,867 

Total wages paid in agriculture, 867 

Commercial fertilizers, 867 

Destruction by forest fires, 868 

Classification of farm land : with comparative values of products and property, acreage, 

etc. ; by towns, 868-873 

Classification of farm land with definitions of terms used in tlie classification, . . 868 

Farms 868 

Farms, dairy 868 

Farms, egg and poultry 868 

Market gardens, 868 

Orchards 868 

Nurseries, 868 

Cranberry bogs 868 

Florists (cut flowers, leaves and vines, flowering plants, etc.), .... 868 

Detached lots, 868 

Mines, quarries, pits, etc 868 

Grass lots, 868 

Wood lots, 868 

Grass and wood lots, 868 

Basis of classification, 868 

Proportion in each class : by number and percentages, 869 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. xxiii 

Tabular Analyses — Con. 

Classification of farm land : with comparative values of products and property, acreage, 
etc ; by towns — Con. 
Agriculture as an investment: comparative relation of products to property as page 

regards classified farm land 870, 871 

Relative rank based on cities and towns reporting largest value for specified 

products, 872, 873 

Comparison of classified values of products with classified acreage, 872-877 

Comparison of classified values of products with classified values of property, . . . 876-880 
Farms, market gardens, etc. Number owned, hired, worked on shares, etc. : by towns, 880 

Farms, market gardens, etc. Number owned, hired, etc. ; with comparative acreage, 

and value of products and property : by towns, 880-882 

Comparative acreage, and values of products and property for farms owned, hired, 

or worked on shares, 881, 882 

Comparison of holdings by residents and non-residents, 882, 883 



THE 

Decennial Census of the Commonwealth. 

1895. 



Volume VI 



IIS^TRODUCTIOI^. 

This volume contains the following sections : 

Part 1. The Fisheries and Commerce. 
Investments and Products. 
Food Fish : By Name. 

Vessels (Registered) and Boats : By Towns. 

Time Engaged in the Fisheries, for Registered Vessels : By Months. 
Partners and Stockholders in Firms and Corporations. 
Estimated Number of Persons Engaged in the Fisheries : By Towns. 
Coastwise and Ocean Commerce. Under American Flag. 
Pilotage and Towage. Under American Flag. 
Ocean Commerce. Under Foreign Flags. 

Part 2. Agriculture. 

Agricultural Products and Property : By Towns. 

Part 3. Agriculture. 

Agricultural Products : By Name. 
Animal Products. 
Dairy Products. 
Poultry Products. 
Other Products.* 

Part 4. Agriculture. 

Agricultural Products : By Name. 
Cereals. 

Fruits, Berries, and Nuts. 
Vegetables. 
Products from Mines, Quarries, Pits, etc. 

* Including certain specified products classified under this title. 

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XXvi CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 

Part 5. Agriculture. 

Agricultural Property : By Name. 
Land. 
Buildings. 

Domestic Animals, etc. 
Fruit Trees and Vines. 
Mines, Quarries, Pits, etc. 
Farm Statistics. , 

Farm Land Classified by Aci'eage : By Towns. 
Comparisons of Farm Acreage : 1885 and 1895. 
Total Wages paid in Agriculture. 
Commercial Fertilizers. 
Destruction by Forest Fires. 
Classification of Farm Land ; With Comparative Values of Products 

and Property, Acreage, etc. : By Towns. 
Farms, Market Gardens, etc. Number Owned, Hired, Worked on 

Shares, etc. : By Towns. 
Farms, Market Gardens, etc. Number Owned, Hired, etc ; With 

Comparative Acreage, and Values of Products and Property : By 

Towns. 

These several Parts have been given to the public in pamphlet form, 
and fully reviewed by the press as serially completed. Although the 
specific separation into Parts is not preserved in the completed volume, 
the different sections follow each other in order named. 

It will be noticed that the volume relates to- two important subjects 
each of which is closely connected with the prosperity of the Common- 
wealth. The development of the Fisheries especially is, from the earliest 
years, interwoven with the history of the State, and the agriculture of 
Massachusetts although largely confined to products consumed within our 
own territorial limits, and obviously controlled by the peculiar local con- 
ditions under which its operations are conducted, nevertheless remains to- 
day as in the past a progressive and important element in our industrial 
and social life. 

Of course, the term "Agriculture" cannot be restricted to the culti- 
vation of the sta})le crops that occupy the chief place in the great farming 
states of the West. In the production of wheat, corn, or other standard 
cereals ^Massachusetts indeed occupies a subordinate place. The enlarge- 
ment of the cites and towns in our })opulous centres is constantly trans- 
forming agricultural land into residential estates, but if the loss in this 
way be disregarded, the number of acres under cultivation here has not 
materially declined within recent years, the aggregate product for the 
year considered, measured in value, is larger than that disclosed in any 
previous Census, and at the present time there are prol)ab]y more persons 
than ever ])efore obtaining a living within the State from the cultivation 
of the ground, the operations of the dairy, the production of poultry and 
eggs, or engaged in other branches which are properly included under 
the statistics of the farm. 



INTEODUCTION^. 



XXVH 



During the last thirty years the industrial development of the State 
has completely changed the social characteristics of Massachusetts, and 
although the competitive influence of the great farms of the West prevents 
the remunerative production of breadstufts here on a large scale, the 
growth of the factory towns and the concentration of population in the 
prosperous cities of the Conmionwealth have brought to the farmer's door 
a constantly enlarging market for vegetables, milk, butter, eggs, and 
fruit, thus compensating, in part, for the decline in other products. The 
agriculture of Massachusetts has not declined. It has simply changed its 
form to meet the ditferent conditions of the time. There is still oppor- 
tunity for its successful prosecution here, and within it energy, enterprise, 
and skill may still find adequate reward. 

The statistics contained in this volume were collected after the 
general work of the Census, relating to the enumeration of the people, 
was completed, by agents especially selected with reference to the techni- 
calities of the work. The greatest possible care has been exercised at 
every stage, in o?'»>r that the results might be both accurate and complete. 
The tabular presentations throughout are accompanied by full analyses in 
text, and as these interpret and explain the figures, they should receive 
the careful attention of the reader. 



Bureau of Statistics of Lakor, 

State House, Boston, 

November, 1899. 



HORACE G. WADLIN, 

Chief. 



THE FISHERIES. 



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THE FISHERIES. 



The statistics of ttie fisheries of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, based upon the returns of the 
Decennial Census of 1S95, are shown hereinafter in six presentations which may be briefly summarized as 
follows : 

Investments ^nd Pkodccts. — Under "Investments" are shown in detail, the working capital invested 
in those cities and towns of the State in which the industry is carried on ; the quantity and value of apparatus 
employed, and the quantity and value of salt and ice used. Under " Products " are shown, for the same cities 
and towns, the quantity and value of food fish, flsh products, food fish products, shell fish, whale and seal 
products, and other products. Tlie recapitulation by name for the State gives, in addition, the average value 
per pound, gallon, etc., the number of persons maiiing return, and the average value (or "stock"; to each 
person in the industry making return. 

Food Fish : Bt Xame. — This presentation shows for each of the thirteen principal food fish, the quan- 
tity and value of the specified catch in each city and town in the State in which the industry was carried on. 

Vessels (Registered) and Boats: By Towns. — The number and kinds of " registered" vessels (which 
comprise those of five tons or over) with the tonnage (net) and value, and the number and kinds of boats 
with their respective values, are shown for each city and town engaged in the industry. 

Time Engaged in The Fisheries, fob Registered Vessels: Bt Months. — In this presentation is 
shown, by cities and towns, and also by kinds of vessels and tonnage, the number of months each fishing vessel 
was actively engaged in the industrj'. 

Partners and Stockholders in Firms and Corporations. — The number and size of firms with the 
total number of partners, and the number and size of corporations with the total number of stockholders are 
given for each city and town; also the number of returns, and the total number of persons interested in the 
fisheries. 

Estimated Number of Persons Engaged in the Fisheries: By Towns. — This presentation shows 
the aggregate number of oflicers and crew required to man the registered vessels reported from the cities and 
towns engaged in the fisheries, the number of fishermen not on registered vessels, usually called "shore" 
fishermen, and the total number of fishermen represented on schedules including those on registered vessels. 

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Investments and Products. 



[5] 



INVESTMENTS AND PEODUCTS. 



County of Barnstable. Town of Barnstable. 



Investments and Products 


. 1 Quantity 


Value 


INTESTMEKTS AND PBODCCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments 








Food Fish — Co\^- 






Working Capital 




• • 


$25,370 


Flounders, . . . lbs. 


1,000 


$25 


Buildings and fixtures, . 

Cash capital, . 

Land, .... 

Oyster beds, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats 


- 


1,972 
1,094 1 
50 ' 
14,925 
7,329 


Herring, . 
Mackerel, . 
Scup, . 
Shad,. 
Squeteague, 
Tautog, . 




. bbls. 
. no. 
. lbs. 
. lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 


50 

31,600 

2,375 

800 

300 

2,850 


100 
2,325 

120 
64 
18 
75 










bbls. 


33 


250 


Apparatus. 




• • 


$3,467 








Cars, tautog 




o 


4 ; 


Fish Products. 


, 


$410 


Hoes and rakes, clam 




- 


34 


Bait, bbls. 


65 


65 


Lines, hand 

Nets, dip . 

gill . 




— 


16 

1 

411 


Menhaden, . . . bbls. 


25 


45 




39 


Squid, .... bbls. 


150 


300 


Pots, eel . 




30 


28 








lobster 
Pushers, pickers, etc., 




191 


231 
84 


Slicll Fish. 


. 


$19,877 


Seines, sweep . 




4 


290 


Clams bu. 


1,090 


669 


Spears, eel 




11 


16 


bbls. 


18 


18 


Tongs, rakes, dredges, etc., 


- 


502 


(quahaugs), . bu. 


120 


108 


Traps, fish 




2 


1,800 


bbls. 


232 


873 


Weirs, 




1 


50 


(razor-fish),, .bbls. 
Lobsters lbs. 


50 
19,466 


300 
1,618 


Salt and Ice. 




• 


$401 


Oysters bu. 

bbls. 


2,589 
1,729 


5,178 
9,812 


Salt (imported), 


bbl 


5. 104 


75 


Oysters, seed . . . bu. 


300 


75 


Ice 


tons 


93 


326 


Scollops, .... gals. 


1,242 


1,226 


Products. 
















Aggregates. 






Food Fish. 




. . 


$6,925 








Alewives, fresh 


bbl 


9. 91 


198 


Investments. 




$29,238 


salted 




bbl 


,. 124 


310 


Working capital, . 


• ■ > 


25,370 


Bass, sea . 




lbs. 


200 


10 


Apparatus, .... 


• • • 


3,467 


striped 






lbs. 


400 


40 


Salt and ice, .... 


• 


401 


Bluelish, . 






lbs. 


34,133 


2,063 








Konito, 
Butterfish, 






lbs. 
lbs. 


200 
1,200 


10 

72 


Products. 




$27,212 


Cod, . 






lbs. 


2,800 


81 


Food fish, .... 


■ • • 


6,925 


Eels, . 






bbh 


s. 26 


80 


Fish products 


• • • 


410 


(skinned), 




bbb 


t. 113>i 


1,084 


Shell fish 


. 


19,877 



County of Barnstable. Town of Bourne. 



Investments. 






Salt and Ice. 






$637 


Working Capital. 


• . 


$46,949 


Salt (imported). 


. bbls. 


277 


343 


Buildings and fixtures, . 


_ 


2,135 


Ice, .... 


. tons 


89 


294 


Cash capital 


_ 


4,503 










Land, 


_ 


480 


Products. 








Machinery, .... 


- 


80 










Oyster beds, .... 


- 


30,915 


Food Fish. 




. 


$9,120 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


- 


8,836 


Alewives, fresh 


. bbls. 


2,988 


2,838 


Apparatus. 


, 


$2,828 


salted 
Bass,. 




. bbls. 
. lbs. 


700 
100 


1,575 
S 


Lines, hand .... 




9 


Bluefish, . 




. lbs. 


900 


70 


Nets, dip 


9 


24 


Cod, . 




.lbs. 


41,450 


844 


Pots, oe 


9 


18 


Eels, . 




. bbls. 


75 


526 


lobster .... 


90 


103 


(skinned). 




. bbls. 


10 


80 


Rakes, clam .... 




45 


Herring, . 




. bbls. 


58 


91 


Spears, eel .... 


_ 


11 


Mackerel, . 




• no. 


21,406 


1,029 


Tongs, rakes, dredges, etc., . 




1,176 




bbls. 


120 


1,200 


A\ eirs 


1 


1,442 


Salmon, . 


.lbs. , 


7 


1 



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CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Barnstable. Town of Bourne — Concluded. 



Investments and Products. 



Quantity 



Food Fish — Con. 

Scup, .... lbs. 
Swordfish, . . . lbs. 
Tautog, .... lbs. 

bbls. 
Other food fish, . . lbs. 



Fish Products. 
Squid bbl8. 

Shell Fish. 

Clame bu. 

(quahaugs), . bbls. 
Lobsters, .... lbs. 



400 

1,350 

750 

84 

500 



97 



350 
1,011 
2.690 



Value 



$16 
81 
75 

141 
50 

496 

$183 
183 

$21,387 

338 

2,136 

269 



Investments and Products. 



Quaiititj- 



Shell Fish — Coa. 
Oj'Btere bbls 



Scollops, 



(shucked), 



gale. 
gals. 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 



Working capital. 
Apparatus, 
Salt and ice, 



Products. 



Food fish. 
Fish productB, 
Shell fish. 



3,003 

725 

4,546 



Value 



$13,380 
1,4;J0 
3,814 



$50,414 

46,949 

2,828 

637 

$30,690 

9,120 

183 

21,387 



County of Barnstable. Town of Brewster. 



Investments. 

Worki7ig Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 

Cash capital 

Machinery, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Cars, eel . 
Nets, dip . 

fyke 
Pots, eel . 

lobster 
Rakes, clam 
Weirs, 



Salt and Ice. 

Salt (Imported), . . bbls. 
Ice tons 

Products. 
Food Fish. 



Alewives, fresh 
salted 
Bluefish, . 
Butterfish, 
Eels, . 

(skinned). 



. bbls. 
. bbls. 
. lbs. 
. bbls. 
. bbls. 
. bbls. 



1 

2 

18 

22 

25 

3 

9 



33 
433 



490 

3 

10,425 

17 

91 

27 



$1,098 

415 
177 
155 
351 

$4,719 

3 
5 

184 

11 

25 

16 

4,475 

$1,538 

39 
1,499 



$5,579 

330 
12 
570 
110 
760 
238 



Food Fish — Con. 



Herring, fresh . 
salted 
Mackerel, . 

Squeteague, 

Tautog, 

Other food fish, 



Squid, 



Fish Products. 



Shell Fish. 



Clams, 

(quahaugs). 
Lobsters, . 



bbls. 

bbls. 

no. 

bbls. 

no. 
, bbls. 
, lbs. 



bbls. 



, bbls. 
bbls. 
no. 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 



Working capital. 
Apparatus, 
Salt and ice. 



Products. 



Food fish. 
Fish products, 
Shell fish, 



900 

100 

46,000 

90 

82 

5 

750 



17 



47 

68 

200 



$500 

250 

2,300 

450 

6 

10 

23 

20 

$30 
30 

$208 

84 

109 

15 



$7,355 

1,098 
4,719 
1,538 

$5,817 

5,579 
30 

208 



County of Barnstable. Town of Ch 


atiiam. 






Investments. 






Salt and Ice. 






$2,402 


Worfrinrj Capital. 


, , 


$60,919 


Salt (imported), 


. bbls. 


1,750 


1,729 


Buildings and fixtures, . 


_ 


3,559 


Ice, .... 


. tons 


247 


673 


Cash capital 


_ 


1,845 










Land, 


_ 


.500 


Products. 








Machinery, .... 
Oyster beds 


- 


319 
19,175 


Food Fish. 




. 


$42,734 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


- 


35,521 


Alewives, . 


. bbls. 


285 


433 








Bluefish, . 




.lbs. 


22,435 


1,046 


Jjipiaratus. 


• 


$16,590 


Cod, fresh 
salted 




. lbs. 
.lbs. 


72,441 
501,742 


1,470 
18,333 


Hutts, tubs, etc.. 


- 


516 


Eels, . 




. bWls. 


8 


50 


Cars, lobster .... 


2 


10 


Flounders, 




. bbls. 


112 


504 


Flakes ft. 


140 


120 


Herring, . 




. bbls. 


700 


950 


Lines, hand .... 


- 


325 


Mackerel, fresh 




. no. 


121,183 


7,907 


Nets 


561 


4,082 


salted 




. bbls. 


990 


11,540 


dip 


- 


12 


Shad, 




. no. 


2,840 


271 


gill 


55 


362 


Turbot, . 




.lbs. 


400 


80 


Pots, lobster .... 


2,687 


2,756 


Other food fish. 








150 


Pushers, pickers, etc., . 


- 


622 










Seines 

purse .... 


2 
6 


250 
3,700 


Finh Products. 




. 


$2,044 


Spears, 


- 


2 


Bait 


. bbls. 


670 


1,330 


Tongs, rakes, dredges, etc., . 


- 


158 ' 


Fisli oil (cod liver), . 


. gals. 


1,679 


434 


Weirs, 


6 


3,675 


Squid, 

1 


.bbls. 


140 


280 



THE FISHERIES. 



9 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Barnstable. Town of Chatham — Concluded. 



Investments and Troducts. 



Shell Fish. 

Clams, .... bu. 

(quahaugs), . bbl^^. 

Lobsters, .... Ibf . 

Oysters bbls. 

(shucked), . . gals. 
Scollops, .... gals. 



Other Products. 
Sea-sveed, dry , . . tons 



Quantity Value 



64 

319 

107,828 

2,035 

400 

17,141 



$37,669 

42 

1,324 

11,176 

9,150 

604 

15,373 



$420 
420 



Investments and Products. 



Quantitj- 



Aggregates, 

Iiirrstments, 

Working capital, 
Apparatus, . . . . 
Bait and ice, .... 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 

Fish products, 

Shellfish, . . . . 

Other products. 



Value 



$79,911 

60,919 

16,590 

2,402 

$82,867 

42,734 

2,044 

37,669 

420 



County of Barnstable. Town op Dennis. 



Investments. 






Pood Pish — Con. 






ITor/cing Capital. 


■ • 


$21,823 


Bass, sea .... lbs. 


100 


$15 


Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, .... 

Machinery 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


555 

2,045 

150 

19,073 


Bluefish, . 
Cod, . 
Eels, . 

(skinned). 
Mackerel, fresh 


. lbs. 
. lbs. 
. bbls. 
. bbls. 
. no. 


70,760 

17,000 

90 

31 

83,565 


3,278 
340 
568 
317 

5,004 


Apparatus. 


• 


$8,004 


salted 
Squeteague, 


. bbls. 
. no. 


675 

48 


7,900 
5 


Cars, eel 


2 


6 


Swordfish, 


.lbs. 


6,325 


365 


Gear, ewordfishing . 


- 


15 


Other food fish, 


. bbls. 


750 


1,000 


Lines, hand .... 


- 


40 








Nets, 


40 


349 


Pish Products. 


. 


$1,000 


dip 

drift 


30 


1 

200 


Squid, .... bbls. 


500 


1,000 


fyke 

gill 


16 
103 


143 
1,180 


Shell Pish. 


. 


$276 


Pots, lobster .... 


101 


61 


Clams (quahaugs), . .bbls. 


5 


20 


Rakes, pushers, dredges, etc.. 


- 


19 


Lobsters, .... lbs. 


1,782 


149 


Seines, 


13 


1,142 


Scollops, .... gals. 


208 


107 


purse .... 


4 


1,500 








Spears, eel .... 


- 


8 








Weirs 


8 


3,340 


Aggregates. 






Sa/t and fee. 


• 


$1,211 


Investments. 




$31,038 


Salt (imported), . .bbls. 
Ice tons 


655 
217 


529 

682 


Working capital. 
Apparatus, .... 
Salt and ice 


. 


21,823 
8,004 
1,211 


Products. 






Products. 




$20,585 


Pood Pish. 


• 


$19,309 


Food fish 




19,309 


Ale wives no. 


21,000 


130 


Fish products, 


• ■ * 


1,000 


bbls. 


136 


387 


Shell fish 


. 


276 



County of Barnstable. Town of Eastham. 



Investments. 

Wor/cing Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures. 

Cash capital. 

Land, 

Machinery, .... 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Ajjparatus. 
1 ars, eel . 

tautog 
Lines, hand 
Xets, . 

fvke 

gill . 
Netting, weir 
Pots, eel . 
Rakes, clam 
Seines, 
Weirs, 



3 

2 

67 

6 

13 

30 
6 
1 

6 



$3,282 

1,185 
631 
175 
363 

928 

$6,958 

15 

3 

4 

217 

48 

20 

6 

12 

41 

92 

6,500 



Salt and Ice. 



Salt (imported), 
Ice, . 



Products. 

Pood Pish. 



Alewives, . 
Bluefish, . 
Butterfish, 
Cod, salted 
Eels, . 

(skinned) 
Flounders, 
Herring, . 
Mackerel, . 

tinker 
Shad, . 



. bbls. 
, tons 



bbls. 

lbs. 
, bbls. 
, lbs. 

bbls. 

bbls. 
, bbls. 
, bbls. 
. no. 
, bbls. 



4 
563 



70 

24,326 

13 

l,20o" 

16 

12 

190 

1,679 

19,422 

8 



$1,695 

3 
1,692 



$7,461 

140 

1,442 

16 

60 

80 

100 

315 

2.975 

i;.585 

14 

1 



10 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Barnstable. Town of Eastham — Concluded. 



IsvESTMESTS AND rRODUCTS. Quantity 



Food Fish — Con. 



Tantog, . 
Other food fieb, 



. bbl8. ' 
.IbB. 
bble. 



Fish Products. 



Livers (dogfish), 
Squid, 



Shell Fish. 



Clams, 



(quahaugs), 



. b'ck'ts.; 
. bbls. 



, bbls. 
, bbls. 



B2^i 
650 
46 



234 
171 



104 
329 



Value 



$622 
13 
98 

$400 

5S 
342 

$805 

208 
597 



IXVESTMKNTS AND PRODUCTS. 



Quantity 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital, . 
Apparatus, .... 
Salt and ice, .... 

Pi'oducts. 

Food fish 

Fish products, 

Shellfish 



County of Barnstable. Town of Falmouth. 



Investments. 

Wo7'/ci!>g Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, • 
Cash capital, .... 

Land, 

Oyster beds, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 
Wharves 

Apparatus. 

Cars, lobster . 

tautog 
Lines, hand 
Nets, . 

dip . 

gill . 
Pots, eel . 

lobster . 
Pushers and pickers. 
Seines, purse . 
sweep . 
Spears, eel 

Tongs, rakes, dredges, etc.. 
Traps, 
Weirs, 



Salt and Ice. 
Salt (imported), . . bble. 



Ice, 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Alewives, fresh 
salted 
Bass, sea . 

striped . 



tons 



, bbls. 

bbls. 
, lbs. 

bbls. 
, no. 



2 
27 



128 
2 

190 
460 

3 
1 

20 

2 
1 



153 
646 



794 

56 

3,016 

5 

20 



$15,606 

300 
3,002 

500 
1,500 

10,287 
17 

$5,452 

6 

111 

29 

25 

128 

24 

196 

533 

2 

1,450 

150 

38 

210 

1,550 

1,000 

$2,175 

162 
2,013 



$13,196 

364 

280 

642 

40 

5 



Food Fish 

Bluefish, . 
Cod, fresh 



— Con. 



Eels, 



salted 



(skinned), 
Flounders, 

Herring, fresh . 
salted 
Mackerel, . 
Perch, 
Scup, . 

Squeteague, 
Tautog, 



Shell Fish. 



Claras, 
Lobsters, 



Oysters, 
Scollops," 



(shucked), 



lbs. 

lbs. 
, lbs. 

lbs. 

bbls. 

bbls. 
, no. 

bbls. 

bbls. 

bbls. 
. no. 
, lbs. 
, lbs. 

bbls. 
.lbs. 
, lbs. 

bbls. 



.bu. 
. no. 
lbs. 
. bbls. 
. gals. 
. gals. 



2,600 

2,000 

5,500 

800 

288 

242 

6,250 

72 

1,925 

250 

13,016 

1,000 

36,750 

50 

10,156 

11,300 



75 

2,500 

41,010 

775 

200 

70 



Aggregates. 

Inrestmeiiis. 

Working capital, . 

Apparatus 

Salt and ice, .... 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 
Shellfish 



County of B.\rnstable. Town of Harwich. 



Investments. 






Salt and Ice. 




. 


$164 


Wiirkiiiij Ciipital. 


, 


$5,737 


Salt (imported). 


. bbls. 


59 


57 


Buildings and fixtures, . 


_ 


85 


Ice 


. tons 


35 


107 


Cash capital, .... 


_ 


282 










Machinery, .... 


_ 


75 










Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


5,295 


Products. 








Apjinratus. 


• • 


$1,575 


Food Fish. 






$8,090 


Butts, tubs, etc.. 


. 


10 










Fla!;es . 






ft. 


40 


7 ' 


Alewives, fresh 


. bbls. 


822 


1,645 


Lines, hand 






. 


- 


46 1 


salted 




. bbls. 


50 


75 


Nets, . 










84 


956 


Bluefish, . 




.lbs. 


22,889 


1,374 


dip . 
fy\ce . 










- 


5 


Cod, fresh 




.lbs. 


18,750 


375 










1 


30 


salted 




. lbs. 


13,440 


540 


Rakes, etc.. 










- 


2 


Eels (skinned), 




. bbls. 


4 


40 


Peincs, 










1 


15 


Flounders, 




. bbls. 


24 


72 


Spears, eel 










1 


4 


Herring, . 




. bbls. 


300 


375 


Weirs, 










1 


500 


; Mackerel, . 




. no. 


41,701 


3,510 



THE FISHERIES. 



11 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Barnstable. Town of Harwich — Concluded. 



Investments and Products. 



Food Fish — Con. 

Shad no. 

Tautog, .... bbls. 

Fish Products. 

Fish oil (cod liver), . gals. 

Squid and other bait fish, bbls. 

Shell Fish. 
Scollops, .... gals. 



Quantity 


Value 


110 
IK 


$78 
6 


. 


$252 


60 
120 


12 
2-10 


. 


$12 


10 


12 



Investments and Products. Quantity 



Aggregates. 

I)ivestments. 



Working capital, 
Apparatus, 
Salt and ice, 



Products. 



Food fish, 
Fish products. 
Shell fish. 



Value 



$7,476 

5,737 

1,575 

164 

$8,354 

8,090 

252 

12 



County of Barnstable. Town of Mashpee. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 

Cash capital 

Oyster beds 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Nets, .... 

gill . . . 

square 
Rods and lines, 
Spears, eel 
Tongs, rakes, dredges, etc.. 



Salt. 
Salt (imported), 

Products. 

Food Fish. 

Alewives, fresh 
salted 
smoked . 



. bbls. 



bbls. 

, bbls. 

bbls. 



4 
12 



25 



44 

189 

30 



$1,765 

175 

48 

1,400 

142 

$127 

1 

38 

12 

1 

8 

67 



30 



1,849 

23 
766 
150 



Food Fish — Con. 

Blueflsh lbs. 

Eels (skinned), . . bbls. 
Pickerel, .... lbs. 



Shell Fish. 

Clams (quahaugs), . .bbls. 
Oysters (planted), . .bbls. 



10,625 

27 

200 



118 
310 



Aggregates, 

Investments, 

Working capital, . 

Apparatus 

Salt 

lYoducts. 

Food fish, , . . . 
Shell fish, . . . . 



$650 

240 

20 



$1,871 

251 
1,620 



$1,922 

1,765 

127 

30 



$3,720 

1,849 
1,871 



County of Barnstable. Town of Orleans. 



Investments. 








Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital 




• • 


$712 


Shad, no. 


247 


$125 


Buildings and fixtures. 




_ 


155 


Tautog bbls. 


94 


345 


Cash capital, . 




- 


43 








Vessels, and outfit, and boats 


- 


514 


Fish Products. 


• 


$80 










Periwinkles, . . . bu. 


80 


80 


Apparatus. 




. 


$789 








Cars, lobster . 




3 


5 


Shell Fish. 


• • 


$2,199 


Hoes and rakes, clam 

Lines, hand 

Nets, .... 

fyke 
Pots, lobster 
Pushers and pickers, 




10 
12 
19 
65 


81 

3? 

68 

80 

4 


Clams bu. 

bbls. 
(quahaugs),, .bbls. 


62 
164 

263 


46 
315 
731 




Lobsters, .... lbs. 
Scollops gals. 


3,441 
695 


287 
820 


Spears, 




3 


5 








eel 




4 


7 


Other Products. 


. . 


$196 


Weirs, 




1 


500 
$12 


Seaweed tons 


14 


196 


Ice. 








Ice 


. tonf 


i 4 


12 


Aggregates. 

Investments. 




$1,513 


Products. 








Working capital, . 


• • • 


712 


Food Fish. 




. . 


$2,357 


Apparatus 

Ice, 


• 


789 
12 


Bluefish, . 


.lbs. 


855 


50 


• • • 




Cod 

Eels 


. lbs 
. bbl 


3,333 

R. 101 


70 
1,205 


Products. 




$4,832 


(skinned), 


. bbl 


8. 28 


366 


Food fish 


• . • 


2,357 


Flounders, 


.bbl 


s. 13 


26 


Fish products. 




SO 


Herring, . 


.bbl 


s. 80 


160 


Shellfish, .... 


. 


2,199 


Mackerel, . 


. no. 


200 


10 


Other products, 


• • • 


196 



12 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Baunstaule. Town of Provixcetown. 



ISVESTMESTS AND PRODUCTS. 



Quantity Value 



Investments. 

]f'or/cing Cupitul. 

Buildings and fixtures, , 

Cash capital 

Laud, 

Machinery, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 
Wharves 



Apparatus. 

Dredges, . 
Gear, whaling 
Lines, hand 
Nets, . 

dip . 

gill . 
Pots, lobster 
Seines, 

purse 
Traps, 
Trawls (beam). 
Trawls and trawl gear, 
"Weirs, 



Salt and Ice. 



Salt (imported), 
Ice, . 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Bass, . 

sea . 
Bluefieh, . 

Butterfish, 

Catfish, . 
Cod, fresh 
salted 
Flounders, 



Haddock, . 
Hake, 
Halibut, . 
Herring, fresh . 
salted 
Mackerel, fresh 



. bbls. 
, tons 



, lbs. 
.lbs. 
, no. 

lbs. 
, lbs. 

bbls. 
, lbs. 
.lbs. 
, lbs. 
, no. 

lbs. 

bbls. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 
. lbs. 
. bbls. 
. bbls. 
. no. 

lbs. 

bbls. 



379 
11 

270 
17 
12 



13 



16,734 
4,628 



To 

84 

812 

39,428 

2,000 

22 

40 

12,427,050 

1,074,560 

10,081 

12,500 

378 

8,556,700 

150,000 

674,509 

18,358 

1,709 

355,324 

55,000 

151 



$257,346 

7,865 

45,864 

2,580 

3,150 

184,267 

13,620 

$47,794 

20 

3,191 

158 

1,645 

16 

6,518 

170 

4.160 

3,150 

4,500 

90 

6,651 

17,525 

$24,380 

12,450 
11,930 



$378,249 

7 

8 

140 

1,803 

100 

126 

1 

125,567 

28,190 

301 

125 

1,197 

81,401 

750 

48,991 

16,495 

2,525 

28,517 

2,250 

795 



IXVESTMEXTS AND PRODUCTS. 



Food Fish — Con 
Mackerel, horse 

salted 
Pollock, fresh . 



salted 
Shad, 
Skates, 
Smelts, 
Swordfish, 
Turbot, . 
Whiting, . 
Other food fish. 



Fish Products. 



Fish oil. 



(cod liver) , 



(dog). 
Livers, flsh 

Menhaden, 
Squid, 



Shell Fish. 



Lobsters, 



, no. 

bbls. 

bbls. 

lbs. 

bbls, 

lbs. 

no. 
, bbls. 

lbs. 
, lbs. 
, lbs. 
, bbls. 

no. 

lbs. 



, bbls. 

gals. 

bbls. 
. gals. 
, b'ck'tB, 

bbls. 
, bbls. 
. bbls. 



, no. 
lbs. 



Whale Products. 

Whale oil (common), . gals. 
(sperm), . gals. 

Whales, .... no. 



Quantity 



493 

4 

2,401 

352,644 

603 

112,000 

51 

2 

111 

25,944 

488 

120 

100 



100 
2,400 

100 

100 
1,575 

400 
1,105 
2,718 



5,122 
507 



8,173 

108,994 

2 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital. 
Apparatus, . . . . 
Salt and ice, .... 

Prodxicts. 

Food fish, .... 

Fish products, 

Shellfish, . . . . 

Whale products. 



Value 



$153 

16 

29,400 

1,928 

796 

1,960 

6 

4 

20 

3,530 

97 

162 

881 

7 

$11,191 

20 

517 

450 

20 

615 

3,200 

1,308 

6,061 

$731 

681 
50 

$44,316 

1,726 
42,340 

250 



$329,520 

257,346 
47,794 
24,380 

$434,487 

378,249 

11,191 

731 

44,316 



County of Barnstable. Town of Sandwich. 






Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital. 


. 


$2,559 1 


Tautog lbs. 


36,000 


$1,0S0 


Buildings and fixtures, . 


_ 


1 
1,432 1 


Other food fish. 


- 


24 


Cash capital 


_ 


455 








Machinerj- 


_ 


40 


Fish Products. 


• 


$468 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


632 


Squid bbls. 


244 


468 


Apparatus. 


. 


$5,109 


Shell Fish. 




$1,116 


Cars, lobster .... 

XetH, gill 

Pots, lobster .... 
Traps, fish .... 


2 

13 

201 

2 


18 

109 

182 

1,800 


Clams, .... bu. 
Lobsters no. 

lbs. 


20 
3,582 

7,862 


20 

35S 
738 


■\Veir8 


3 


3 000 








Salt and Ice. 




$101 


Aggregates. 






Salt (Imported), . .bbls. 
Ice tons 


1 
35 


1 
loj 


Investments. 




$7,769 








Working capital. 


• • • 


2,559 


Products. 






Apparatus, .... 


• ■ • 


5,109 


Food Fish. 


. • 


$3,188 


Salt and ice 


• • • 


101 


Butterfish, . . . lbs. 
Cod lbs. 


100 
5,000 


6 

TOO 


Products. 




$4,772 


Flounders, . . . lbs. 


6,000 


120 


\ Food fish, , , . . 


• • • 


3,1SS 


Herrini; bbls. 


75 


68 


1 Fish products. 


• • • 


4GS 


Mackerel, fresh . . no. 


27,310 


1,790 


Shell fish 


, 


1,116 



THE FISHERIES. 



13 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
CouxTV OF Barnstable. Towx of Tuuro. 



Investments and Products. 



Quimtity 



Investments. 

Workimj ('npital 

Buildings and fixtures, 

Cash capital. 

Land, 

M achinery. 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 



Apparatus. 

Cars, eel . 
Nets, fyke 
gill . 
Pots, lobster 
Spears, eel 
Traps, fish 

Trawls and trawl gear, 
Weirs, 



tSalt and Ice. 



Salt (imported). 
Ice, . 



Products. 

J<'ood Fish. 



Ale wives, . 
Bluefish, . 
Butterfish, 

Cod, . 

Eels, . 

(skinned), 

Flounders, 

Haddock, . 
Halibut, . 



. bbls. 
, tons 



bbls. 

lbs. 
, lbs. 

bbls. 
, lbs. 
. bbls. 
, lbs. 

bbls. 
, lbs. 

bbls. 
, lbs. 
, lbs. 



. 


$57,207 


11 


77 


15 


145 


233 


1,010 


77 


35 


2 


2 





13,500 


- 


23 


21 


42,415 



18 
705 



50 

28,076 

10,000 

16 

146,050 

36 

125 

110 

20,000 

51 

875 

166 



Vahie 



$36,970 

27,045 

652 

100 

600 

8,573 



$2,257 

18 
2.239 



$39,059 

50 

1,548 

100 

94 

2,026 

171 

10 
972 
300 
120 

35 

15 



Investments and Products. 



Food Fish — Con 

Herring, fresh . 
salted 
Mackerel, fresh 



horse 



tinker 
Pollock, . 
Shad, . 
Squeteague, 
Tautog, . 
Other food fish. 



.bbls. 
. bbls. 
. no. 

bbls. 
. no. 

lbs. 

bbls. 
. bbls. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 
. bbls. 
.lbs. 

bbls. 



Fish Products. 

Livers, cod , . . b'ck'ts, 
dogfish. . , b'ck'ts 
Menhaden, . , . bbls. 
Squid bbls. 

Shell Fish. 
Lobsters lbs. 



Quantity 



Value 



Aggregates. 

Inrestme)its. 



Working capital, 
Apparatus, 
Salt and ice. 



Products. 



Food fish. 
Fish products. 
Shell fish, 



8,587 

39 

110,596 

725 

1 

40,000 

17 

62 

716,166 

100 

3,000 

3 

40,000 

36 



10 

200 

6 

2,283 



1,225 



$12,313 

108 

7,758 

6,500 

5 

500 

510 

155 

4,945 

10 

50 

16 

500 

120 

128 

$4,257 

4 

40 

18 

4,195 

$115 
115 



$96,434 

36,970 

57,207 

2,257 



$43,431 

39,059 

4,257 
115 



County of Barnstable 


Town of Wellfleet. 






Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital. 


. 


$34,952 


Flounders, . . .lbs. 


1,000 


$10 


Buildings and fixtures, . 

Cash capital 

Machinery, 

Oyster beds, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats 

AV'harves 


- 


1,920 

1,195 

225 


bbls. 

Herring bbls. 

Mackerel, fresh . .no. 


121 

558 

8,353 


405 
710 

762 


_ 


22,150 

9,312 

150 


lbs. 
salted . . bbls. 

Tautog lbs. 

Whiting bbls. 


1,000 

200 

10,060 

15 


100 

2,060 

333 

27 


Ajijiaratus. 


, . 


$9,650 


Other food fish, . .lbs. 


1,000 


10 


Cars, eel . 
Lines, hand 


8 


10 
8 


Fish Products. 


• • 


$336 


and netting, . 


- 





Menhaden, . . .bbls. 


5 


5 


Nets, dip .... 


o 


4 


Squid bbls. 


169 


331 


fvke 


39 


284 








gill .... 
Pots, eel . 


51 
2 


365 

2 


Shell Fish. 


. 


$31,697 


Seines, sweep . 


2 


1,000 


Clams (quahaugs), . . bbls. 


2,610 


5,366 


Tongs, rakes, dredges, etc.. 


- 


548 


(razor-fish), . . bbls. 


100 


800 


Trawls and trawl gear, . 


- 


24 


Oysters bu. 


271 


243 


^Veirs 


4 


7,400 


bbls. 


5,934 


25,284, 








Scollops, .... gals. 


10 


4 


Salt and Ice. 


s. 192 


$676 
135 








Salt (imported), . . bbb 








Ice ton 


3 129 


541 


Aggregates. 






Products. 






Investments. 




$45,278 


Food Fish. 


• 


$8,518 


Working capital. 




34,952 


Ale wives, fresh . . bblt 


250 


750 


Apparatus, .... 


. . * 


9,650 


salted . . bbU 


202 


602 


Salt and ice 




676 


Blueflsh lbs. 


9,306 


560 i 








Cod, fresh . . . lbs. 


15,450 


325 








salted . . . lbs. 


5,588 


142 1 


Products. 




$40,551 


Eels, bbh 


26 


325 


Food fish, .... 




8,518 


(skinned), . .lbs. 


720 


72 


Fish products. 




336 


bbl. 


113 


1,325 


Shellfish, .... 


• 


31,697 



14 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Barnstable, Town of Yarmouth. 



ISVESTMESTS AND PRODUCTS. 



Quantity 



Investments. 

Working Capital, 

Buildings and fixtures, . 

Casii capital 

Oyster beds, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Cars, eel . 

shrimp 
Lines, hand 
>;ett', fvUe 

gill . 
Pots, eel . 

lobster 
Pushers, pickers, etc., 
Seines, sweep . 
Spears, eel 

Tongs, rakes, and dredges. 
Weirs 



Salt mid Ice. 



Salt (imported), 
Ice, . 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



. bbls. 
. tons 



Alewives, fresh 
salted 
Bass, sea . 
Plueflsh, . 
Cod, . 



. bbls. 
. bbls. 
. no. 
.lbs. 

. lbs. 



205 
30 



24 
4,274 

17 

13,020 

1,200 



Value i IsvESTMESTS ASD Products. 



Quantity 



. 


$5,744 


^ 


100 


- 


379 


_ 


1,000 


- 


4,265 


, 


$1,350 


4 


2 


4 


28 


- 


20 


7 


36 


4 


40 


207 


209 


24 


30 


_ 


61 


6 


372 


- 


44 



500 

$306 

205 
101 



$8,765 

48 

3,483 

8 

701 

55 



Food Fish — Con. 



Eels, . 

(skinned). 

Flounders, 

Mackerel, . 

Scup, 

Swordfish, 

Tautog, 

Other food fish, 



Fish Products. 

Bait, .... 
Shrimps, . 

Shell Fish. 

Clams, 

(quahaugs). 
Lobsters, . 
Scollops, . 



, bbls, 
lbs. 
bbls. 
bbls. 
no. 
lbs. 
lbs. 
bbls. 
lbs. 



. bbls. 
, gals. 



. bu. 
, bbls. 
, lbs. 
gals. 



Aggregates. 
Investments. 



Working capital. 

Apparatus, 
Salt and ice. 



Products. 



Food fish, 
Fish products. 
Shell fish, 



34 

1,800 

311>^ 

30 

35,885 

3,750 

150 

21 

1,625 



193 
275 



20 

1,172 
1,183 



Value 



$146 

180 

2,147 

150 

1,473 

150 

9 

150 

65 



178 
500 

$1,271 

20 

75 

83 

1,093 



$7,400 

5,744 

1,350 

306 

$10,714 

8,765 

678 

1,271 



County of Berkshire. Town of Adams. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$217 
217 



County of Berkshire. Town of Becket. 



Products. 
Food Fish. 



Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook 



.lbs. 
.lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



$257 
257 



County of Berkshire. Town of Cheshire. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Hass, . 

Perch, 

Pickerel, 

Pout, . 

Suckers, 

Trout, 



.lbs. 
.lbs. 
. lbs. 
.IbH. 
. lbs. 
.lbs. 



800 
900 
11,900 
250 
100 
345 



$1,795 

96 

108 

1,325 

30 

15 

221 



Fish Products. 
Bait (shiners), . . .no. 



Aggregates. 



Products. 



Food fish, 
Fish products, 



25,000 



$225 
225 



$2,020 

1,795 
225 



County of Berkshire. Town of Clarksburg. 



Products. 

Food Fish, 
Trout, brook . 



, lbs. 




$30 
30 Food fish. 



Aggregates. 

I'roducts. 



$30 
30 



THE PISHEKIES. 



15 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Contiaued. 
County of Berkshire, Town of Dalton. 



INVESTMESTS AND PRODUCTS. 


Quautitj- 


Value 


ISVESTMESTS AND PeODCCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, .... lbs. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 


200 
300 


$244 

30 
214 


Aggregates. 

Prodiccts. 
Food fish, 


$244 
244 



County op Berkshire. Town of Florida. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$309 
309 



County of Berkshire. Town of Great Barrington. 



Products. 














Food Fisli. 




• 


$523 




Aggregates, 




Bass, .... 

Perch, 
Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook . 


. lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 


500 

300 

2,000 

250 


60 

36 

240 

187 


Food fish. 


Products. 


$523 
523 



County of Berkshire. Town of Hancock. 



Products. 














Food Fish. 




. 


$379 




Aggregates. 




Perch, 
Pickerel, . 

Pout 

Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 
.lbs. 
. lbs. 
.lbs. 


200 

700 

50 

380 


24 

84 

6 

265 


Food fish. 


Products. 


$379 
379 



County of Berkshire. Town of Hinsdale. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$85 
85 



County of Berkshire. Town op Lee. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$37 
37 



County op Berkshire. Town op Lenox. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel lbs. 

Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish. 



$160 
160 



County of Berkshire. Town of New Ashford. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



$7 
7 



16 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRjODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Berkshire. Town op New Marlborough. 



IXVESTMESTS ASD PRODUCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


INVESTMEKTS AXD PRODrCTS. 


Quantitj- 


Value 


Products. 

I'ish Products 
Trout fry, . 


. no. 


165,000 


$825 
825 


Aggregates. 

Products. 

Fieh products, 


$825 
825 


County of Berkshire. City of North Adams. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Bass 

Perch, 
Pickerel, . 


.lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 


15 

50 

1,350 


$565 

2 
6 


Food Fish — Con. 

Pout lbs. 

Trout, brook . . . lbs. 


260 
630 


$31 

378 


Aggregates. 

Products. 

Food fish, 


$565 
565 


County of Berkshire. Town of Otis. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . 


. lbs. 


40 


$30 
30 


Aggregates. 

Product.s. 

Food fish, 


$30 
30 


County of Berkshire. Town of Peru. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 


250 


$187 
187 


Aggregates. 

Products. 

Food fish, 


$187 
187 


County of Berkshire. City of Pittsfield. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 


.lbs. 
. lbs. 
. lbs. 


1,060 
2,560 
7,950 


$2,239 

136 
297 
973 


Food Fish— Con. 

Pout lbs. 

Trout, brook . . . lbs. 


980 
950 


$124 
709 


Bass, .... 

Perch, 

Pickerel, . 


Aggregates. 

Products. 

Food fish 


$2,239 
2,239 


County of Berkshire. Town of Richmond. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 
.lbs. 


200 
80 


$83 

24 
59 


Aggregates. 

I'roducts. 
Food fish, 


$83 
83 


County of Berkshire. Town of Savoy. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 


310 


$198 
198 


Aggregates. 
1 Products. 
Food fish 


$198 
19S 


County of Berkshire. Town of Stockbridge. 


Products. 

Food Fi.sh. 

Trout, brook . 


. lbs. 


10 


$T 
7 


Aggregates. 

/'rodiirt-t. 

Food fish 


$7 
7 



THE FISHERIES. 



17 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Berkshire. Town of Washington. 



Investments and Trodccts. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments and Troducts. 


Quantity 


Value 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, .... lbs. 
Trout, brook . . .lbs. 


150 
147 


$128 

18 
110 


Aggregates. 

Products. 
Food fish 


$128 
128 



County of Berkshire. Town of Williamstown. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

J'rodncts. 



Food fish, 



$33 
33 



County of Berkshire. Town of Windsor. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook 



.lbs. 
.lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



$270 
270 



County op Bristol. Town of Berkley. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Cash capital 

Oyster beds 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 
Seines, sweep .... 
Spears, eel .... 
Sticks and pickling apparatus, 



Salt. 
Salt (imported), 

Products. 

Food Fish. 
Ale wives, salted 
Eels (ekinned;. 



, bbls. 



, bbls. 
• lbs. 



250 



500 

286 



$3,687 

2,450 

1,000 

137 

$342 

300 

2 

40 

$232 
232 



1,250 
29 



Shell Fish. 
Oysters, seed . . . bu. 



6,000 



Aggregates. 

Investments . 

Working capital, , 

Apparatus 

Salt 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 
Shellfish 



$3,000 
3,000 



3,587 
342 
232 



$4,279 

1,279 
3,000 



County of Bristol. Town of Dartmouth. 



Investments. 






Salt and Ice. 






$418 


Working Capital. 


• 


$7,003 


Salt (imported), 
Ice, .... 


. bbls. 
. tons 


20 
138 


35 

3S3 


Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, .... 


- 


260 
4,577 


Products. 








Machinery, .... 


_ 


89 


Food Fish. 




. 


$12,767 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


- 


2,077 


Alewives, . 


. bbls. 


675 


925 








Bass, striped . 


.lbs. 


6,376 


575 








Bluefish, . 


.lbs. 


26,820 


1,573 


Apparatus. 


• , 


$13,999 


Butterfish, 


.lbs. 


45,000 


1,300 








Cod 


.lbs. 


5,333 


160 


Cars, lobster .... 


1 


8 


Eels, .... 


.lbs. 


4,000 


240 


tautog 




2 


4 


(skinned). 


.lbs. 


100 


7 


Hoes and rakes, clam 




- 


4 


Flounders, 


.lbs. 


43,742 


1,231 


Lines, hand 




_ 


6 




bbls. 


220 


755 


Pots, lobster . 




187 


187 


Herring, . 


. bbls. 


146 


246 


Spears, eel 




- 


6 


Mackerel, . 


. no. 


14,367 


756 


Tongs, rakes, and dredges, 




- 


76 


Scup 


.lbs. 


88,948 


2,370 


Traps, fish 




41 


13,700 


Shad,. 


.lbs. 


885 


44 


Trawls and trawl gear, . 






8 


Squeteague, 


.lbs. 


40,350 


1,162 



18 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
CoDNTY OF Bristol. Town of Dartmouth — Concluded. 



Investments and PRODncTs. 



Food Fish — Con. 

Tautog lbs. 

bbls. 

Fish Products. 

Bait, bbls. 

Bquid bbls. 

Shell Fish. 

Clams, .... bu. 

(quahaugs),. . bu. 

Lobeters lbs. 

Scollops gale. 



Quantity Value 



26,134 
200 


$774 
650 


. 


$2,264 


935 
820 


1,109 
1,155 


. 


$2,535 


988 

495 

8,797 

395 


970 
491 
737 
337 



Investments and Phoducts. Quantity Value 



Aggregates, 

Investments. 

Working capital, 
Apparatus, . . . . 
Bait and ice 

Products. 

Food flsh, . . . . 

Fish products, 

Shellfish, . . . . 



$21,420 

7,003 

13,999 

413 

$17,566 

12,767 
2,264 
2,535 



County of Bristol. 


Town op Dighton. 






Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Cash capital 

Oyster beds 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 


• • 

6 

10,000 

444 
3 


$2,428 

1,306 
800 
322 

$828 

731 
50 
20 
12 
15 

$429 

420 
9 


Products. 

Food Fi^h. 
Alewives, fresh . .no. 

salted . . bbls. 
Shad lbs. 

Shell Fish. 
Oysters, seed . . . bu. 


75,000 
1,445 
7,232 

3,000 


$3,828 

300 

3,092 

436 

$1,200 
1,200 


Seines, sweep .... 
Spears and pickling apparatus. 
Sticks (for drying alewives), . 
Sticks and pickling apparatus. 
Tongs, rakes, and dredges, . 

Salt and Ice. 

Salt (imported), . .bbls. 
Ice tons 


Aggregates. 

Investments. 

"Working capital, 

Apparatus, 

Salt and ice, 

Fi-oducts. 

Food fish, 

Shellfish, 


$3,685 

2,428 
828 
429 

$5,028 
3,S28 
1,200 



County of Bristol. Town of Fairhaven. 



Investments. 

Working Capital 

Buildings and fixtures. 

Cash capital, 

Credit capital, . 

Machinery, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Whai-ves 

Appjaratus. 

Butts, tubs, etc., 

Cars, tautog .... 

Flakes ft. 

Flake boxes, .... 
Flake cloths, . . .ft. 
Lines, hand .... 
Spears, eel .... 
Tongs, rakes, and dredges, . 



Salt and Ice. 



Salt (Imported), 
Ice, . 



, bbls. 
, tons 



Products. 
Food Fish . 



Bass, sea 
Bluetish, 



.lbs. 
.lbs. 



2 

2,000 

350 

2,200 



1,667 
302 



4,233 
527 



$20,732 

2,160 
2,581 
50 
60 
9,881 
6,000 

$2,029 

1,000 
18 
115 
105 
220 
120 
13 
43S 

$2,004 

1,100 
904 



$14,855 

217 
37 



Food Fish — Con. 

Cod, salted . . . lbs. 

Eels, lbs. 

(skinned), . . lbs. 
Flounders, . . . bbls. 
Mackerel, salted . . bbls. 

Scup, lbs. 

Squeteague, . . . lbs. 

Tautog, .... lbs. 

Other food fish, fresh . lbs. 

salted . no. 

Shell Fish. 

Clams, . , . . bu. 
(quahaugs), . . bu. 
Scollops gals. 



210,700 

5,20u 

2,512 

250 

268 

17,247 

4,750 

23,845 

3,334 

210,500 



225 
2,852 
7,553 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital. 
Apparatus, .... 
Salt and ice 

Products. 

Food fish 

Shell fish 



$5,268 
260 
252 
492 

4,020 
671 
149 
757 
100 

2,632 

$9,144 

225 
2,225 
6,694 



$24,765 

20,732 
2,029 
2,004 

$23,999 

14,855 
9,144 



County of Bristol. 


City of Fall River. 






Investments. 






Apparatus, 




$3,000 


Working CupitriL 


• 


$6,992 


Seines, sweep .... 
Traps, fish .... 


2 
2 


200 
2,800 


Buildings nnd fixtures, . 


_ 


50 








Cash capital, .... 


_ 


1,567 


Ice. 


. 


$12 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


^ 


5,375 


Ice tons 


4 


12 



THE FISHERIES. 



19 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Bristol. City of Fall River — Concluded. 



IXVEST.MENTS AND PRODUCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


Products. 






Food Fish. 


. 


$4,553 


Alewives, . 
Bass, sea . 

striped . 
Cod, . 
Mackerel, . 
Pollock, . 
Scup, . 


. bbls. 

.lbs. 

.lbs. 

.IbB. 

. no. 

.lbs. 

.lbs. 


500 
8,000 

500 

7,500 

4,500 

2,500 

135,000 


1,000 

320 

50 

188 

270 

25 

2,700 


Fifih Products. 


. 


$1,500 


Menhaden, 


. bbls. 


1,000 


1,500 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital, . 
Apparatus, . . . . 
Ice 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 
Fish products, 



Value 



$10,004 

6,992 

3,000 

12 



$6,053 

4,553 
1,500 



County of Bristol. Town op Freetown. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Cash capital, .... 
Oyster beds, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Spears, eel .... 
Tongs and rakes, 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Eels, 



(skinned), 



, lbs. 
, lbs. 



1,000 
1,000 



$3,006 

1,685 
885 
436 

$27 

2 
25 



25 
70 



Shell Fish. 

Clams (quahaugg), . . bu. 
Oysters, seed . . . bu. 



200 
750 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital, . 
Apparatus 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 
Shell fish, .... 



$369 

16 
353 



$3,033 

3,006 
27 



$464 

95 
369 



County of Bristol. City of New Bedford. 



Investments 








Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital 




. , 


$447,768 


Tautog lbs. 


24,836 


$771 


Buildings and fixtures, 


. 


_ 


567 


Other food fish, . .lbs. 


10,149 


341 


Cash capital, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


- 


185,874 
261,312 


Shell Fish. 




$15,597 


Wharves, . 


• 


— 


15 


Clams bu. 

(quahaugs), . . bu. 


924 
3,344 


874 
2,599 


Apparatus. 




, 


$98,577 


Lobsters lbs. 


55,857 


3,678 


Gear, whaling . 




_ 


96,556 


Scollops gals. 


8,602 


8,446 


Lines, hand 
Pots, eel . 




33 


82 
33 


Whale and Seal Products. 


• 


$294,037 


lobster . 




1,122 


1,122 


Ambergris, . . . lbs. 


40 


4,000 


Spears, eel 






6 


Oil, sea-elephant . . gals. 


22,475 


6,525 


Tongs, rakes, and dredge 


s, . 


- 


778 


Sealskin8(rough-dreB8ed), no. 
■Whalebone, . . . lbs. 


191 
32,400 


955 
123,400 








$253 


Whale oil (common), . gals. 


115,365 


33,430 






' 


(sperm), . . gals. 


290,631 


125,727 


Salt (imported), 
Ice 


bbls. 


3 


5 








.tons 


88 


248 
















Aggregates. 






Products. 








I7ivestments . 




$546,598 


Food Fish. 




. 


$3,563 


Working capital, . 


• • • 


447,768 


Bass, sea . 

Cod 


lbs. 
lbs. 


780 
5,000 


63 
150 


Apparatus 

Salt and ice 


• • • 


98,577 
253 


Eels (skinned). 
Flounders, 


lbs. 
lbs. 


5,860 
250 


396 
13 


Products. 




$313,197 


Mackerel, . 


no. 


17,500 


1,001 


Food fish, .... 


• • • 


3,663 


Scup 


.lbs. 


26,749 


826 


Shellfish 




15,597 


Squeteague, 


lbs. 


60 


2 


Whale and seal products. 




294,037 



County of Bristol. Town of Raynham. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 
Cash capital, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 



$1,265 

1,100 
166 



Apparatus. 

Seines, sweep . 
Sticks and salting gear. 



$228 

135 
93 



20 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Contiuued. 
County of Bristol. Town op Raynham — Concluded. 



IXVESIJIENTS AND PBODUCTS. 



Quantity 



Salt. 
Bait (imported), 

Products. 

Food JFish . 

Alewives, salted 
Bhad, .... 



bbls. 



, bbls. 
, lbs. 



500 



1,100 
6,714 



Value 



$680 
680 



$2,718 

2,375 
343 



Investments and Products. Quantity 



Aggregates. 
Investments. 



Working capital, 
Apparatus, 
Salt, . 



Food fish, 



Products. 



County of Bristol. Town of Somerset. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, .... 
Oyster beds, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Nets, fyke 

sweep 
Pots, eel . 
Seines, sweep . 
Sticks and pickling apparatus 
Tongs, rakes, and dredges, 



Salt. 
Salt (imported), 

Products. 

Food Fish. 

Alewives, fresh 
salted 



. bbls. 



, no. 
bbls. 



16 

2 

140 

2 



125 



250 
250 



$3,960 

300 
1,685 

250 
1,725 

$1,130 

350 
30 
70 

300 
20 

360 

$106 
106 



$1,640 

1 
625 



Food Fish — Con. 

Eels lbs. 

(skinned), . .lbs. 
Perch, .... lbs. 

Scup, lbs. 

Tom-cod lbs. 

Shell Fish. 

Clams (quahaugs) , . . bu. 
Oysters, seed . . . bu. 



Aggregates. 
Ifivestments. 



Working capital, 
Apparatus, 
Salt, . 



Products. 



Food fish. 
Shell fish, 



3,750 

4,830 

4,000 

900 

12,000 



1,045 
2,600 



County of Bristol. 



Town of Swansea. 

Shell Fish. j . 

Clams bu. ! 2,800 

(quahaugs), . bu. j 1,271 

Aggregates. 
Investments, 

Working capital, 

Apparatus 

Products. 

Food fish 

SheUfish 



Investments. 

M'orkintj Capital. 

Cash capita], .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Hoes, rakes, and baskets, clam 
Seinerr, sweep .... 

Products. 
Food Fish, 



Alewives, , 



. no. 



20,000 



$362 

217 
135 

$93 

63 
30 



80 



County of Bristol. City of Taunton. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Cash capital 

VcHhelH, and outfit, and boats, 
Whar\'ee, 

Apparatus. 
Belnes, sweep .... 

Salt. 
Salt (imported), . .bbls. 



50 



$275 
150 



100 
$100 



$49 
49 



Products. 
Food Fish, 



Alewives, fresh 
salted 
Shad, . 



. no. 
. bbls. 
.lbs. 



Aggregates. 

Investments, 
100 it Working capital, . 

Apparatus, .... 
Salt 



Products, 



Food fish, 



50,000 

150 

1,746 



THE FISHERIES. 



21 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Bristol. Town of Westport. 



IXVESTMESTS AND PKODUCTS. 



Quantity 



Investments. 

Wor/cing Capital. 

Cash capital 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 



Apparatus. 

Cars, tautog 
Gear, swordfishing 
Lines, hand 
Nets, dip . 
Pots, lobster 
Rods and reels, 
Seines, 
Spears, eel 
Traps, fish 



Salt and Ice. 

Salt (imported), . . bbls. 
Ice, tons 

Products. 

Food Fish. 



Alewives, , 
Bass, sea . 



. no. 
, lbs. 



95 
1 
o 



13 
92 



7,800 
2,008 



Value 



$5,279 

514 
4,765 

$3,763 

35 

27 

39 

5 

95 

10 

150 

2 

3,400 



16 
49 



$6,846 

78 
161 



IXVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS. 



Quantity Value 



Food Fish — Con. 



Bhiefish, . 
Eels (skinned), 
Flounders, 
Mackerel, fresh 
salted 
Scup, . 
Bqueteague, 
Swordfish, 
Tautog, 



Shell Fish. 



Lobsters, 



. lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 
. no. 
. bbls. 
• lbs. 
. lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 



lbs. 



7,940 

600 

400 

8,000 

170 

136,160 

3,500 

2,200 

82,000 



12,967 



Aggregates. 
Investments. 

Working capital, 
Apparatus, .... 
Salt and ice 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 
Shellfish 



$489 

60 

24 

640 

1,360 

1,305 

114 

105 

2,510 

$773 
77S 



$9,107 

5,279 

3,763 

65 

$7,624 

6,846 

778 







County of : 


3UKES. 


Town of Chilmark. 






Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital. 




$5,130 


Bonito lbs. 


5,800 


$253 


Buildings and fixtures, . 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats 


- 


870 
4,260 


Butterfish, 
Cod, salted 
Eels (skinned), 


.lbs. 
.lbs. 

.lbs. 


7,500 
45,300 
38,450 


370 
1,561 
2,082 


Apparatus. 


. 


$7,659 


Flounders, 
Mackerel, fresh 


.lbs. 
. no. 


22,250 
26,964 


823 
1,961 


Anchors and buoys, 


_ 


20 


salted 


. bbls. 


12 


144 


Cars, eel . 




24 


60 


Perch, 


.lbs. 


600 


60 


lobster . 






_ 


92 


Scup, . 


.lbs. 


48,900 


1,991 


Lines, hand 






_ 


71 


Shad, 


.lbs. 


2,850 


217 


Nets, . 






6 


36 


Squeteague, 


.lbs. 


139,000 


5,750 


dip . 






- 


1 


Tautog, . 


.lbs. 


2,200 


110 


gil . . 






- 


114 








Pots, eel . 






252 


351 








lobster . 






785 


1,060 


Shell Fish. 


• • 


$4,335 


Rakes and lines, 
Seines, 

drag 






1 
4 


4 
20 
65 


Clams bu. 

Lobsters, .... lbs. 


25 
73,530 


25 

4,310 


purse . 
Traps, fish 






1 


175 












10 


5,500 








Weirs, eel 






225 


90 


Aggregates. 






Salt and Ice. 


• 


$259 


I7ivestments. 




$13,048 


Salt (domestic), . . bblf 


73 


77 


Working capital. 


. 


5,130 


Ice tons 


48 


182 


Apparatus 

Salt and ice, .... 


• • • 


7,659 
259 


Products. 












Food Fish. 


• • 


$16,261 


Products. 




$20,596 


Bass, sea .... lbs. 


8,000 


573 


Food fish, .... 


■ • • 


16,261 


Bluefish lbs. 


6,000 


366 


Shell fish 


. 


4,335 



County of Dukes. Town of Cottage City. 



Investments. 

M'orking Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 

Land, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 



Apparatus. 
Lines, hand 
Seines, sweep . 



Ice. 



Ice, 



, tons 



$410 

25 

25 

360 



$20 

10 
10 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Cod, . 
Herring, 
Mackerel, 
Perch, 



.lbs. 
. no. 
. bbls. 
. bbls. 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 
Working capital, 

Apparatus 

Ice, 

Products. 
Food fish, .... 



10,000 

5,000 

50 

6 



$820 

300 

50 

350 

120 



$438 

410 

20 

8 

$820 
820 



22 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Dukes. Town of Edgartown. 



INVKSTMKXTS AND PKODUCTS 


Quantity 


Value 


ISVESTMKNTS AXD PRODCCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments. 








Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital 


• 


• 


$15,055 


Cod, fresh . . .lbs. 
salted . . . lbs. 


22,200 
6,000 


$702 
160 


Buildings and fixtures, . 




- 


1,365 


Eels (skinned), . . lbs. 


25, .500 


1,331 


Cash capital, . 




— 


453 


Flounders, . . . lbs. 


40,800 


1,186 


Land 




— 


1,025 


Haddock . . . lbs. 


5,500 


120 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 
Wharves 


- 


12,062 
1.50 


Hake, . . . .lbs. 
Herring, . . . .no. 


1,000 
8,000 


20 
80 








$2,085 


Mackerel, fresh . . no. 


48,900 


3,205 


Apparatus. 




• 


bbls. 


973 


6,057 


Cars, lobster . 




7 


31 


salted . . bbls. 


15 


1.50 


Dredges, . 




191 


539 


Perch, .... bbls. 


33M 


387 


Harpoons and lines, 




- 


86 


Pollock no. 


500 


10 


Lines, hand 




- 


237 


Scup lbs. 


21,200 


872 


Nets 




32 


280 


Smelts lbs. 


112 


10 


fvke 




3 


40 


Squeteague, . . . lbs. 


1.850 


67 


eill . 




1 


40 


Swordflsh, . . . lbs. 


27,970 


1,437 


Pots, lobster . 




2.50 


250 








Rakes, clam 
Seines, drag 




116 

2 


310 
60 


Shell Fish. 


■ 


$17,924 


drop 




1 


150 


Clams, .... bu. 


1,705 


1,705 


Spears, eel 




57 


62 


(quahaugs), . bu. 
Lobsters, .... lbs. 


14,1.54 
5,300 


10,640 
374 


Salt and Ice. 




. 


$350 


Scollops, .... gals. 


3,885 


5,205 


Salt (domestic), 


, bbl 


'. 7 


9 














(imported), 
Ice 


. bbl 
. ton 


s. 7 
3 84 


334 


Aggregates. 

Iiivesimeyits. 




$17,490 
15,055 


Products. 








"Working capital, . 


• • • 


Food Fish. 




• 


$22,538 


Apparatus, .... 
Salt and ice, .... 


• 


2,085 
350 


Alewives, 


. no. 


290,702 


2,038 








Bass, sea . 

striped , 


. lbs. 
• lbs. 


11,. 500 
600 


821 
60 


Prodticis. 




$40,462 


Bluelish, . 


.lbs. 


71,950 


3,769 


Food fish 


... 


22,.538 


Butterfish, 


.lbs 


800 


56 


Shellfish 


. 


17,924 





County of Dukes. 


Town of Gay Head. 






Investments 








Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital 




, , 


$1,942 


Eels (skinned), . . lbs. 


14,900 


$614 


Buildings and fixtures, . 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


470 
1,472 


Flounders, . . . lbs. 

Herring no. 

Mackerel, .... no. 


2,800 

15,000 

6,600 


89 
165 
420 










bbls. 


6 


60 


Apparatus. 




, , 


$1,856 


Perch bbls. 


3 


18 


Cars, lobster . 
Lines, hand 

Kets, gill . 
Pots, lobster 




14 
140 


12 

51 

148 

140 


Scup lbs. 

Shad, .... lbs. 
Squeteague, . . . lbs. 
Tautog lbs. 


10,. 500 
100 

10,000 
800 


420 

8 

400 

40 


Spears, eel 




2 


5 








Traps, fish 




4 


1,-500 

1 


Shell Fish. 
Clams, . . . . bu. 


10 


$440 
10 


Salt and Ice. 




. 


$148 


Lobsters, .... lbs. 


7,500 


430 


Salt (domestic), 
Ice, .... 


bbls. 


73 


89 








tons 


13 


59 
















Aggregates. 






Products. 








Investments. 




$3,946 


Food Fish . 




• 


$4,152 


Working capital, . 


. . ■ 


1,942 


Bass, sea . 


lbs. 


2,000 


160 


Apparatus, .... 


. 


1,S.56 
148 


Bluefish, . 


lbs. 


1,100 


76 


Salt aud ice 


. 


Bonito, 
Butterfish, 


lbs. 
lbs. 


.300 
1,.500 


12 
120 


Products. 




$4,592 


Cod, fre^h 


lbs. 


100 


5 


Food fish, .... 




4,1.52 


salted 


lbs. 


47,600 


1,545 


Shellfish 


. 


440 



County of 


DUKKS. 


Town of Gosnold. 






Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


- 


$9,005 

1,200 
8,105 


Apparatus. 

Cars, lobster .... 

tautog .... 

Lines, hand .... 

1 Pots, lobster .... 


1 

1,090 


$6,496 

132 

5 

64 

1,995 



THE FISHERIES. 



23 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Dukes. Town of Gosnold — Concluded. 



INVKSTMESTS ASl) rKODfUTS. 



Apparatus — Con. 

Pounds and pockets, 
Traps, .... 



Snlt and Ice. 



Salt (imported), 
lee. 



. bbls. 
. tons 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Base, sea . 

Bl^et5^h, . 
Cod, fresh 
i-alted 
Flounders, 
Mackerel, . 
Scup,. 



.lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 
, no. 
.lbs. 



Quantity 



65 
241 



Value 



$2,600 
1,700 



101 
775 



$12,853 



20,600 


1,105 


7,300 


390 


1,000 


40 


900 


40 


17,000 


780 


8,700 


997 


234,900 


6,650 



INVKSTMENTS AND rRODUCTS. 



Food Fish — Con. 



Squeteague, 
Tautog, 



.lbs. 
, lbs. 



Shell Fish. 
Lobsters lbs. 



Quantity 



73,000 
18,445 



165,060 



Aggregates. 

Im'estments. 

Working capital. 
Apparatus, .... 
Salt and ice, .... 

Froducts. 

Food fish, .... 

Shell fish, .... 



Value 



$2,170 
681 

$8,685 
8,685 



$16,677 

9,305 
6,496 

876 

$21,538 

12,853 
8,685 











County of 


Dukes. 


Town of Tisbury. 






Investments. 








Food Fish — Con. 






]Voi'/iing Cnpdtal 




. 


$10,623 


Flounders, . . . lbs. 


207,600 


$5,580 


Buildings and fixtures, . 




- 


1,045 


Haddock, .... lbs. 
Hake .... lbs. 


300 
5,600 
3,000 


9 
172 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats 


- 


9,578 


Herring, .... no. 


45 










bbls. 


20 


40 


Apparatus. 




. 


$3,671 


Mackerel, . . . .no. 


2,900 


266 






3 


15 


bbls. 


492 


3,135 


lobster 






19 


79 


Perch, .... bbls. 


20 


80 








44 


108 


Pollock, salted . . . lbs. 


2,400 


24 


Gear, .swordfishing 








86 
185 


Scup lbs. 

Shad lbs. 


78,400 
500 


3,156 

50 








3 


75 


Squeteague, . . . lbs. 


25,900 


1,079 


drag 
gill . 






3 


90 


Swordfieh, . . . lbs. 


49,450 


2,939 






14 


216 


Tautog, .... lbs. 


7,700 


293 


Pockets, fish . 






1 


10 








Pots, eel . 






103 


133 


Fish Products. 




$630 








450 


450 








RnkpR 








27 


Cuttlefish, . . . bbls. 


25 


50 


Seines, draer 






6 


153 


Dogfish lbs. 


3,000 


30 


drop 
Bpeare, eel 
Traps, eel . 






1 


15 


Menhaden, . . . no. 


2,000 


40 






21 
145 


34 
145 


bbls. 
Squid, .... bbls. 


180 
25 


450 
60 


fish 






6 


1,850 
















Shell Fish. 


, 


$3,516 


Salt and Ice. 




• 


$468 


Clams, .... bu. 


50 


25 


Salt (imported), 


bbl 


3. 50 


63 


(quahaugs), . bu. 


140 


126 


Ice, .... 


ton! 


i 98 


405 


Lobsters lbs. 

Scollops, .... gals. 


40,600 
820 


2,616 
749 


Products. 








Food Fish. 




• 


$30,809 


Aggregates. 






Alewives, fresh 


no. 

bbl 


44,000 

i. 5 


455 
30 


Investments. 




$14,762 


salted 


no. 


25,000 


250 


Working capital, . 


. • 


10,623 


Bass, fea . 




lbs. 


66,925 


4,543 


Apparatus, .... 


... 


3,671 


striped 






lbs. 


400 


60 


Salt and ice 


... 


468 


Bluefish, . 






lbs. 


30,160 


1,691 








Bonito. 
Buttertish, 






lbs. 
lbs. 


8,000 
29,800 


240 
1,126 


Products. 




$34,955 


Cod, fresh 






lbs. 


1,000 


40 


Food fish 


• • 


30,809 


salted 






lbs. 


59,100 


1,231 


Fish products. 


. . . 


630 


Eels (skinned). 




lbs. 


80,000 


4,275 


Shellfish 


• 


3,516 



County of Dukes. Town of West Tisbury. 



Investments. 






Apparatus — Con. 






Working Capital. 


• . 


$2,969 


Gear, ewordfishing . 


^ 


$15 


Buildings and fixtures, . 


- 


440 


Lines, hand 








_ 


37 


Machinery, .... 


- 


60 


1 Nets, . 








2 


20 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


— 


2,469 


drag 
gill . 








3 

8 


30 

80 


Apparatus. 


. 


$5,047 


Pots, eel . 








12 


12 


Cars, eel 


13 


47 


lobster . 








179 


179 


lobster .... 


7 


20 


Pounds, fish . 








1 


100 



24 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Dukes. Towx op West Tisbury — Concluded. 



ISVKST.MENTS AND TliODLXTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments and Products. 


Quantity 


Value 


Apparatus — Con. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Seines, drag ... 


3 


$108 


Perch bbls. 


70 


$1,050 


sweep .... 


1 


30 


Porapano, . 




.lbs. 


.60 


30 


Spears, eel .... 
Traps, eel .... 


6 


13 


Scup, 




.lbs. 


38,200 


1,490 


156 


156 


Shad, 




.lbs. 


550 


47 


fish ... . 


8 


2,800 


Smelts, 




.lbs. 


1,800 


180 


Weirs 


4 


1,400 


Squeteague, 




.lbs. 


76,152 


3,300 








Swordfish, 




.lbs. 


6,000 


360 


Salt and Ice. 


, , 


$148 


Tautog, . 




.lbs. 


3,300 


150 


Salt (Imported), . . bbls. 


14 


18 


Whiting, . 




.lbs. 


10,000 


150 


Ice, tons 


30 


130 


Fish Products. 


. 


$132 


Products. 






Menhaden, . . . no. 


500 


5 


Food Fish. 


. 


$13,612 


Kefuse fish for fertilizers, bbls. 


275 


127 


Alewives no. 


48,000 


455 


Shell Fish. 


, 


S735 


bbls. 
BsBB, sea . . . .lbs. 


10 

11,278 

900 


50 
846 
130 


Lobsters lbs. 


13,500 


735 


striped . 


. lbs. 








Bluefish, . 
Bouito, 


.lbs. 
.lbs. 


5,150 
10,100 


267 

417 


Aggregates. 






Buttertish, 


.lbs. 


9,600 


493 


Investments. 




S8,164 


Cod, salted 
Eels, . 

(skinned), 


. lbs. 
.lbs. 
. bbls. 


13,400 

5,250 
13,000 


346 
159 
672 


Working capital, . 
Apparatus, .... 
ftalt. and i(*p 


• 


2,969 

5,047 

148 


Flounders, 


. lbs. 


40,950 


1,271 




• • a 




Hake, 
Herring, . 


.lbs. 
. no. 


1,200 
2,S00 


32 

40 


Products. 




$14,479 


Mackerel, . 


. no. 


16,534 


1,500 


Food fish, .... 


• • • 


13,612 


bbls. 


28 


157 j 


Fish products. 


• • . 


132 


Mnllet bbls. 


2 


20 


Shellfish 


• 


735 



County of Essex. City of Beverly. 



Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital. 


, , 


$66,775 


Eels (skinned), . .lbs. 


100 


$10 


Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, . 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats 
Wbar\e8 


- 


2,500 

500 

56,275 

7,500 


Haddock, fresh . . lbs. 
salted . . lbs. 
Halibut, .... lbs. 
Herring, .... bbls. 
Mackerel, fresh . . lbs. 


11,000 
60,000 

5,323 
400 

1,000 


220 
500 
379 
215 
gO 


jlpparatus. 


• • 


$4,927 


salted . . bbls. 


43 


600 


Buckets, . 
Butts, 






2 
275 


2 
500 


Fish Products. 


. 


$9,883 


Flakes, 




ft. 


90 


25 


Bait, lbs. 


340,000 


5,100 


Flake cloths, . 




ft. 


100 


5 


Fish oil gals. 


2,000 


503 


Lines, hand 






- 


510 


Livers, cod . . . b'ck'ts. 


900 


180 


Nets, . 






4 


35 


Periwinkles, . . . b'ck'ts. 


20,500 


4,100 


dip . 






4 


4 








Pots, eel . 
Scales, 






2 

2 


1 

10 


Sliell Fish. 


. 


$300 


Seines, sweep . 






1 


125 


Lobsters, .... lbs. 


2,500 


300 


Trans lobster . 






40 


40 








Trawls and trawl gear, 




225 


3,650 








Wheelbarrows, 




5 


20 


Aggregates. 






Salt and Ice. 


. 


$10,437 


Investments. 




$82,139 


Salt (Imported), . . bbh 
Ice tone 


i. 7,948 
1,025 


8,265 
2,172 


Working capital, . 

Apparatus 

Salt and ice 


• ♦ • 
■ • • 


66,775 

4,927 

10,437 


Products. 






Products. 




$99,150 


Food Fish. 


• 


$88,967 


Food fish 




88,967 


Cod, fresh . . . lbs. 


554,000 


10,600 


Fish I'roducts, 




9,883 


salted . . . lbs. 


3,235,690 


76,393 


Shellfish, .... 


• a • 


300 



County of Essex. Town of Essex. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Cash capital, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 



$10,555 

500 
10,055 



Apparatus. 

Baskets and forks, clam 

Lines, hand 

Nets, . . , . , 



$108 

41 

45 
22 



THE FISHERIES. 



25 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Essex. Town of Essex — Concluded. 



Investments and rKODUcis. 



Salt and Ice. 

Salt (imported), . . bbls. 
Ice, tons 

Products. 

Food- Fish. 

Cod, salted . . . lbs. 

Halibut lbs. 

Herring, .... bbls. 

Shell Fish. 
Clame bbls. 



Quantity 



800 
50 



301,000 

20,000 

1,700 



3,080 



Value 



$700 

600 
100 



$13,820 

10,520 
1,600 
1,700 

$4,595 
4,595 



Investments and Products. 



Quantity 



Value 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital, . 
Apparatus, .... 
Salt and ice, .... 

Products. 

Food fish 

Shell fish, .... 



$11,363 

10,555 
lOS 
700 



$18,415 

13,820 
4,595 



County of Essex. City of Gloucester. 



Investments 








Food Fish — Con. 






Wo7'king Capital 


. 


. 


$2,896,273 


Halibut, fresh . . . lbs. 
salted . . . lbs. 


7,267,979 
434,619 


$431,955 
26,704 


Building and fixtures. 




- 


207,650 


smoked . . lbs. 


35,968 


2,223 


Cash capital, . 




- 


360,517 


Herring, fresh . . . no. 


200,000 


3,000 


Credit capital, . 




- 


245,400 


lbs. 


2,506,000 


35,231 


Land, 




- 


143,150 


bbls. 


13,570 


14,473 


Machinery, 




_ 


31,350 


salted. . .lbs. 


100,000 


1,500 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


1,714,556 


bbls. 


3,141 


5,486 


Wharves, . 


* 




193,650 


Mackerel, fresh . . no. 
lbs. 
bbls. 


1,004,805 

20,000 

965 


62.511 
1,900 

8,127 


Appai-atus. 






$182,072 






4,111 


Barrels, . 




956 


881 


salted . .lbs. 


1,304,467 


80,299 


Baskets and forks, clam 






271 


bbls. 


21,813 


272,591 


Butts, 




14,540 


25,285 


Pollock, fresh . . . lbs. 


2,251,805 


13,596 


Cars, lobster . 




3 


20 


salted . . . lbs. 


1,272,535 


21,201 


Flakes, 


ft. * 


20,730 


9,122 


Salmon, .... lbs. 


25 


5 


Flake boxes, 




5,256 


2,612 


Shad, no. 


1,106 


25 


Flake cloths, . 


ft. ■ 


_ 


2,722 


Sturgeon, .... no. 


3 


4 


Gear, swordfishing 




_ 


219 


Swordtish, . . . lbs. 


147,250 


7,026 


Lines, hand 




_ 


6,931 


Other food fish, fresh . lbs. 


14,444,800 


143,398 


Nets, .... 




428 


3,196 


salted . lbs. 


9,574,251 


224,425 


dip , 




90 


426 








gill . 




22 


288 


Fish Products, 


. 


$63,763 


Pans, freezing . 




4,000 


800 


Bait, lbs. 


2,120,690 


42,018 


Pockets, . 




9 


270 


Fish oil gals. 


22,686 


2,847 


Pots, lobster 




935 


803 


(cod liver), . i<als. 


1,415 


177 


Presses, . 




200 


1,200 


bbls. 


110 


1,100 


Pumps, 




2 


200 


Livers, cod . . . b'ck'ts. 


14,429 


2,904 


Scales, 




— 


2,195 


fish . . . b'ck-ts. 


20,987 


4,321 


Seines, purse . 




- 


51,510 


Menhaden, . . . bbls. 


5,364 


5,696 


Spears, eel 




2 


3 


Refuse fish for fertilizers, lbs. 


1,190,250 


4,700 


Traps, 




9 


1,398 








Trawls and trawl gear. 




_ 


66,950 








Tubs, 




1 


1 


Food Fish Products. 


. 


$9,923 


Weirs, 




2 


2,500 


Fish roe, . . . . bbls. 


30 


120 


Wlieelbarrowe, 




~ 


2,269 


Halibut fins, salted . . lbs. 
bbls. 


12,600 
75 


900 

828 


Salt and Ice. 




. 


$169,777 


Halibut flitches, salted . lbs. 
Tongues and sounds. 


113,536 


7,075 


Salt (domestic). 


bbls. 


593 


632 


salted .... lbs. 


15,000 


1,000 


(imported), 


bbls. 


149,174 


112,389 








Ice 


tons 


33,912 


56,756 


Shell Fish. 

Clams, .... bu. 
Lobsters no. 


11,050 
64,250 


$15,115 

5,525 
5,550 


Products. 








lbs. 


54,000 


4,040 


Food Fish. 




• 


$3,124,184 








Alewives, . 
Bluefish, . 




bbls. 
.lbs. 


120 

400 


175 
20 


Aggregates. 






Butterfish, 

Catfish, . 




.lbs. 
, no. 


1,000 
40 


25 

4 


Investments. 




$3,248,122 


Cod, fiesh 




.lbs. 


15,329,112 


264,917 


Working capital, . . . , 


, , 


2,896,273 


salted 




lbs. 


37,945,569 


1,049,935 


Apparatus, 


^ , 


182,072 


Cusk, fresh 




lbs. 


2,179,181 


25,610 


Salt and ice, 


• • 


169,777 


salted 




.lbs. 


649,802 


15,132 








Eels (skinned), 
Flounders, 


.lbs. 
. no. 


5,000 
9,300 


450 
93 


Pt^oducts, 




$3,212,985 


Haddock, fresh 


.lbs. 


2] ,501,938 


316,165 


Food fish 


, , 


3,124,184 


salted 


.lbs. 


1,489,753 


25,757 


Fish products, . . . . 


, , 


63,763 


Hake, fresh 


.lbs. 


4,960,692 


43,336 


Food fish products, 


, , 


9,923 


salted . 


.lbs. 


879,590 


16,774 


Shellfish 


• 


15,115 



26 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS —Continued. 
County of Essex. Town of Ipswich. 



Investments and I'kodlxts. 



Quantity 



Investments. 

Working Capitnl. 

Cash capital 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 



Apparatus. 

Baskets and forks, clam 

Lines, band 

Nets, .... 

dip . 
Trawls and trawl gear. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Cod, . 

Herring, 

Pollock, 



.lbs. 
. bbls. 
.lbs. 



11 
23 



36,000 

9,030 

20,000 



Value 



$1,720 

311 
1,409 

$■447 

340 

6 

26 

60 

15 



$6,305 

670 

5,460 

175 



Investments and Products 



Shell Fish. 



Quantity Value 



Clams, 



, bu. 
bbls. 



47,700 
2,700 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital, . 
Apparatus 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 
Shell fish 



527,900 

23,850 
4,050 



$2,167 

1,720 
447 



$34,205 

6,305 
27,900 



County of Essex. Town of Manchester. 



Investments. 






Shell Fish. 


$1,440 


Working Capital. 


. 


$3,120 


Lobsters, .... lbs. 14,200 


1,440 


Buildings and fixtures, . 


~ 


40 

500 

2,580 






Cash capital 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 






Apparatus. 


, , 


$3,395 


Aggregates. 




Cars, lobster .... 
Pots, lobster .... 


1 

215 


10 

285 


Investmeiits. 


$6,515 


Trawls and trawl gear, . 
Weirs, 


- 


100 
3,000 


Working capital 

Apparatus 


3,120 
3,395 


Products. 










Food Fish. 


, 


$1,900 


Products. 


$3,340 


Herring bbls. 

Mackerel bbls. 


1,000 
20 


1,500 
400 


Food fish 

Shell fish 


1,900 
1,440 



County of Essex. Town of Marblehead. 



Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital. 


. 


$3,512 


Mackerel, . . .no. 


15,000 


$1,580 


Buildings and fixtures, . 


_ 


275 


Pollock lbs. 


169,500 


1,380 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


_ 


3,237 


Salmon, .... lbs. 


30 


3 








Scup lbs. 


1,400 


70 


Apparatus. 


. 


$2,277 


Tautog lbs. 


1,000 


30 


Cars, lobster .... 


_ 


55 








Lines, hand .... 


^ 


50 


Fish Products. 


. 


$24 


Nets, gill 

Pots, lobcter .... 


31 
977 


300 
967 


Menhaden, . . . bbls. 


12 


24 


Traps, fish ... . 


3 


775 








Trawls and trawl gear, . 


- 


130 


Shell Fish. 


. 


$12,971 


Salt and Ice, 


• 


$74 


Lobsters, .... lbs. 


152,100 


12,971 


Salt (imported), . .bbls. 
Ice tons 


49 
10 


44 








30 








Products. 






Aggregates. 






Food Fish. 


. 


$12,341 


Inrestments. 




$5,863 


Bluefi^h lbs. 

Butterfish, . . . lbs. 


900 
2,200 


104 
132 


Working capital, . 
Apparatus, .... 


. 


3,512 
2 277 


Cod lbs. 


301,000 


6,305 


Salt and ice 


■ 


74 


Flounders, . . . lbs. 


8,000 


113 


1 


. . . 




Haddock lbs. 


78,000 


1,560 








Hake lbs. 


2,500 


60 


Products. 




$25,336 


Halibut lbs. 


100 


10 


Food fish 




12 341 


Herring, fresh . . . bbU. 


635 


887 


Fish products. 


' • 


24 


salted . . bbls. 


70 


117 


SheUfish 


. . . 


12,971 



THE PISHERIES. 



27 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Essex. Town of Nahant. 



IXVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


INVKSTMENTS AND PUODUCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Ciipital, 


, 


$664 


Shad lbs. 


7,000 


$560 


Cash capital 


_ 


125 


Tautog, .... lbs. 


500 


20 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


539 


Fish Products. 


, 


$660 


Apiiaratus. 


. 


$1,001 


Menhaden, . . . bbls. 


400 


600 


Cars, lobster .... 


6 


13 


Squid bbls. 


40 


60 


Pots, lobster .... 


188 


188 








Traps, fish .... 


1 


800 


Shell Fish. 


. 


$1,850 








Lobsters lbs. 


21,500 


1,850 


Products. 




$4,367 








Food Fish. 








Alewives no. 


21,000 


105 


Aggregates. 






Bass, sea . 




. lbs. 


150 


12 


Investments. 




$1,665 


striped 
Bluefish, . 




.IbB. 
.lbs. 


100 
130 


10 
11 


Working capital, . 


• • • 


664 


Bouito, 




.lbs. 


50 


3 


Apparatus, .... 


. 


1,001 


Butterfish, 




.lbs. 


1 ,200 


60 








Flounders, 




.lbs. 


3,000 


60 


Products. 




$6,877 


Herring, . 




. no. 


905,000 


2,500 


Food fish 




4,367 


Mackerel, . 




.lbs. 


17,000 


1,020 


Fish products. 


. 


660 


Scup, . 


.lbs. 


100 


6 


Shellfish 


, 


1,850 



County of Essex. Town of Newbury. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Cash capital 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 



Apparatus. 



Forks, 
Tongs, 



I 



35 

45 



$16 
10 



Products. 

Shell Fish. 
Oysters bu. 



Aggregates. 
Investments. 
Working capital, . 
Apparatus, .... 



Products. 



Shell fish, 



900 



$1,800 
1,800 



$96 
80 
16 

$1,800 
1,800 



County of Essex. City of Newburyport, 



Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital. 


, 


$5,010 


Iladdock, .... lbs. 


31,800 


$422 


Buildings and fixtures, . 




1,340 


Hake lbs. 


6,500 


65 


Cash capital, .... 
Ves^sels, and outfit, and boats. 




325 


Herring, .... bbls. 


11,080 


7,630 


- 


3,345 


Mackerel, .... no. 
bbls. 


600 
10 


50 

160 


Apparatus. 


. 


$1,611 


Pollock lbs. 

Smelts lbs. 


62,000 
2,000 


410 
340 


Baskets, forks, and tubs, clam 


_ 


470 




« 




Lines, hand 

Kets, .... 




8 


26 

40 


Fish Products. 




$150 


dip . 




4 


12 


Menhaden, . . . bbls. 


100 


150 


^ fyke. . . 




1 


5 








Pots, eel . 




40 


40 


Shell Fish. 


. 


$34,290 


Seines, drag 

Trawls and trawl gear. 




10 


890 
128 

$493 


Clams (shucked), . . gals. 


112,725 


34,290 


Salt and Ice. 








Bait (imported), . .bbls. 


1 


2 


Aggregates. 






Ice, tons 


173>i 


491 


Investments. 




$7,114 


Products. 






Working capital, . 


. 


5,010 


Food Fish. 


• 


$18,634 


Apparatus, .... 
Salt and ice 


. 


1,611 
493 


Alewives, .... bbls. 


3,050 


5,150 








Bluefish, , . . .no. 


200 
1,600 


100 
100 


Products. 




$53,074 


Cod lbs. 


110,100 


2,037 


Food fish 


. 


18,634 


Eels, lbs. 


37,600 


770 


Fish products. 




150 


(skmned), . .bbls. 


152 


1,500 


Shellfish 


. . • 


34,290 



28 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Essex. Town of Rockport. 



IXVESTMESTS ASD PltODUCTS. 



Investments. 

Working Cajiital. 

BuiklingB and fixtures, . 
Ca8h capital, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparnttis. 

Gear, swordflshing . 

Lines, hand 

Most* cloths, rakes, and tubs. 

Nets, frill ... 

Pots, lobster 

Seines, purse . . 

Traps, lobster . 

Trawls and trawl gear, . 

Weirs, .... 



Salt and Tee. 
Palt (imported), 
lee, .... 

Products. 

Food Fish. 
Cod, . 
disk. 
Haddock, . 
Hake, 
Halibut, . 
Herring, fresh 
salted 



bbls. 
tons 



, lbs. 
.lbs. 

lbs. 
.lbs. 

lbs. 
, bbls. 

bbls. 



Qiiantitj' 



61 

700 

2 

125 



320 
1,177 



1,430,000 

162,000 

2,215,000 

162,000 

16,000 

3,280 

85 



Value 



$26,627 

70 

2,440 

24,117 

$4,559 

30 
70 
34 

446 
765 

1,.500 
125 
589 

1,000 

$2,698 

316 

2,382 



$71,681 

22,900 

1,625 

28,880 

1,625 

1,600 

3,106 

225 



I:n"ESTMEXT3 AND PRODUCTS. 



Quantity Value 



Food Fish — Con. 



Mackerel, fresh 
salted 
Pollock, . 
Swordfish, 



. no. 

. bbls. 

.lbs. 

.lbs. 



Fish Products. 
Livers, cod . . . b'ck'ts, 

Shell Fish. 
Lobsters, .... lbs. 

Othe}- Products. 
Irish moss (carrageen), . bbls. 



44,400 

400 

492,000 

7,000 



200 

70,800 

280 



Aggregates, 

l7ivestments. 

Working capital, . 
Apparatus, . . . . 
Salt and ice, .... 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 

Fish products, 

Shell tish, .... 

Other products^ 



$4,550 

4,000 

2,760 

350 

$40 
40 

$3,900 
3,900 

$1,005 
1,005 



$33,884 

26,627 
4,559 
2,698 

$76,626 

71,681 

40 

3,900 

1,005 



County of Essex. Town of Rowley. 



Investments. 
Working Cajiital. 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Baskets and forks, clam 

Nets 

Trawla and trawl gear, . 



Ice. 



Ice, 



, tons 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Herring, 
Pollock, 



. bbls. 
.lbs. 



300 
3.000 



$148 
148 

$45 

36 
4 
5 

$3 
3 



$330 

300 
30 



Shell Fish. 
Clams, .... bbls. 



1,750 



'< $2,650 
I 2,650 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

M'orking capital. 
Apparatus, .... 
Ice 

Products. 

Food fish 

Shellfish 



$196 

148 

45 

3 



$2,980 

330 
2,650 



County of Essex. City of Salem. 



Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Wirf-/ci)ig Capital. 


. 


$4,199 


Mackerel, fresh . .no. 


4,000 


$440 


Cash capital 


_ 


300 


bbls. 


100 


.500 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


3,899 


salted . . bbls. 
Pollock, .... lbs. 


25 
20,000 


300 
100 


Apparatus. 
Lines, hand .... 


25 


$1,259 
25 


Shell Fish. 


. 


$1,900 


Nets, gill 


62 


512 


Lobsters no. 


4,000 


600 


Pots, lobster .... 


130 


130 


lbs. 


14,900 


1,300 


Seines, 


1 

200 


20 
400 








Traps, lobster .... 








Trawls and trawl gear, . 


- 


172 


Aggregates, 






Salt and Ice. 


, , 


$145 








Salt (imported), . .bbls. 


124 


93 


Investments. 




$5,603 


Ice, tons 


23 


52 


^^ orking capital, . 


• • 


4,199 








Apparatus 




1,2.59 


Products. 






Salt and ice, .... 




145 


Food Fish. 


, . 


$4,715 








Cod lbs. 


125,000 


1,975 


Products. 




$6,615 


Haddock, .... lbs. 


30,000 


400 


Food fish 




4 715 


Herring, salted . . bbls. 


360 


1,000 


Shellfish 


. 


1.900 



THE FISHEKIES. 



29 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Essex. Town of Salisbury. 



Investments and Tuoducts. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Baskets, forks, and tubs, clam 
Pots, lobster .... 

Ice. 
Ice, tons 



Quuntity 



100 



17 



Value 



Investments and Products. 



$544 

203 

10 

331 



$239 

139 
100 



$49 
49 



Products. 

Shell Fish. 



Clams (shucked), 
Lobsters, . 



, gals. 
, no. 



Aggregates. 
Investments. 



Working capital. 
Apparatus, 
Ice, . 



Products. 



Shell fish. 



Quantity 



31,500 
1,200 



Value 



$9,600 

9,480 
120 



$832 

544 

239 

49 

$9,600 
9,600 



County of Essex. Town of Swampscott. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, .... 

Land, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Apjj)aratus. 

Cars, lobster 

Lines, hand 

Nets, gill . 

Pots, lobster 

Seines, purse 

Trawls and trawl gear. 



Salt and Ice. 



Salt (imported). 
Ice, . 



Cod, fresh 

salted 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



. bbls. 
, tons 



.lbs. 
.lbs. 



5 

98 
290 



155 
311 



1,656,000 
12,000 



$17,270 

825 

1,325 

2,225 

12,895 

$5,785 

25 

40 

1,105 

290 

1,300 

3,025 

$822 

114 

708 



$68,960 

33,120 
330 



Food Fish — Con. 



Cusk, 
Flounders, 
Haddock, . 
Herring, . 
Mackerel, fresh 
salted 
Pollock, . 



Shell Fish. 



Lobsters, 



• lbs. 
.lbs. 

• lbs. 

. bbls. 
. no. 
. bbls. 
, lbs. 



lbs. 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 



Working capital. 
Apparatus, 
Salt and ice. 



Products. 



Food fish. 
Shell fish. 



40,000 

22,000 

534,000 

610 

411,000 

280 

92,000 



28,500 



$400 

220 

10,680 

1,220 
19,450 

2, .520 

1,020 

$2,5.55 
2,000 



$23,877 

17,270 

5,785 

822 



$71,515 

68,960 
2,555 



County of Franklin. Town of Bernaudston. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



i Food fish. 



$9 
9 



County of Franklin. Town of Warwick. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel lbs. 

Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



$272 
272 



County of Hampden. Town of Brimfield. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish. 



§11 
11 



30 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County op Hampden. City of Chicopee. 



ISVESTJIENTS AND PRODUCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


I.NVESTMliSTS AX1> PKODfCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Perch, 
Pickerel, . 
J 'out, horned . 
Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 
.lbs. 

.Ibf'. 
.Ib8. 


320 
945 
415 
513 


$574 

42 
126 

53 
353 


Aggregates. 

Products. 
Food fish, 


$574 
.574 



County of Hampden. City of Holyoke. 



Products. 


.Ibe. 
.lbs. 
.Ibe. 


4,000 

375 

2,670 


$1,117 

512 

46 

370 


Food Fish — Con. 
Pout, horned . . . Ibe. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 


1,000 
95 


$120 
69 


Food Fish. 

Base, black 
Perch, 
Pickerel, . 


Aggregates. 

Products. 

Food fish 


$1,117 
1,117 



County of Hampden. Town of Longmeadow. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . .lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fieh, 



$40 
40 



County of Hajipden. Town of Ludlow. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 
.lbs. 


50 
120 


i 

$89 

6 
83 


Aggregates. 

I^-oditcts. 
Food fish 


$89 
89 


County of Hampden. Town of Monson. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 
.lbs. 


210 
115 


$108 

29 
79 


Aggregates. 

Products. 
Food fish 


$103 
108 


County op Hampden. Town op Montgomery. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 


35 


$26 
26 


Aggregates. 

J'roducts. 

Food fish 


$26 
26 


County of Hampden. Town of Palmer. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook . 


.IbB. 

.Ibe. 


850 
325 


$339 

113 

226 


Aggregates. 

J'roducts. 
Food fish, 


$339 
339 


Coltjty of Hampden. Town of Soutuwick. 


Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . 


.Ibe. 


20 


$14 
14 


Aggregates. 

Products. 
Food fish 


$14 
14 



THE FISHERIES. 



31 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County op Hampden. City op Springfikld. 



Investments and Pkoducts. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments and Products. Quantity 


Value 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel lbs. 

Pout, homed . . . lbs. 
Trout, brook . ... lbs. 


500 

50 

766 


$623 

75 

6 

542 


Aggregates. 

Products. 
Food fish 


$623 

623 



County op Hampden. Town of Westfield. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

I'roducta, 



Food fish. 



County of Hampden. Town of West Springfield. 



Products. 

Food Fish . 
Pickerel, .... lbs. 



Trout, brook 



lbs. 



210 
500 




Aggregates. 

Froducts. 



Food fish. 



County op Hampden. Town op Wilbraham. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

I'rodiirts, 



Food fish, 



County op Hampshire. Town op Amherst. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, . . . .lbs. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish, 



County op Hampshire. Town op Belchertown. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook . 



.lbs. 
.lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish, 



County op Hampshire. Town op Goshen. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish, 



County op Hampshire. Town of Granby. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . .lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



32 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Hampshire. Towx of Greenwich. 



IsviiSTMiCNTS A>i) riJODLCis. (Juuntity 


Value 


ISVESTMKNTS AND rRODUCT.S. 


Quantity 


Value 


Products. 
Food Fish. 
Pickerel lbs. 


130 


$20 
20 


Aggregates. 

Products. 

Food fish, 


§20 
20 



County of Hampshire. Town of Hadley. 



Products. 
Food Fish. 



Pickerel, . 
Pout, horned 
Trout, brook 



. lbs. 
.lbs. 
.Iba. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



County of Hampshire. Town of Huntington. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, trook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



County of Hampshire. Town of Plainfield. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . .lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



County of Hampshire. Town of South Hadley. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



County ok HAMrsHiiiE. Town of Ware. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook 



.Ibe. 
.lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish. 



County of Middlesex. City of Medford. 



Investments. 

^y(lrking Capital. 
Buildings and fixtures, . 
( 'ash capital, .... 
Veaaele, and outfit, and boats, 

Apparatus. 

Nets, dip 

8eiDUH, sweep .... 
Weirs 



Ice. 
Ice, tons 



$574 
150 
300 
124 

$460 

10 

150 

300 



$75 



Products. 
Food Fish. 
Alewives bbls. 



Aggregates. 
Inrestments. 
■Working capital, . 

Apparatus 

Ice 



Products. 



Food fish. 



2,400 



County of Nantucket. Town of Nantucket. 



Investments. 

Working Cnpital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, 



$28,894 

4,120 
975 



M'orking Capital — Con. 

Land, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 
Wharves, 



THE FISHERIES. 



33 



INVESTMENTS AND TRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Nantucket. Town of Nantucket — Concluded. 



I.WESTJIENTS AND PRODUCTS 


Quantity 


Value 


Apparatus. 




, , 


$10,176 


Cars, lobster . 




26 


188 


Hoes aud rakes, clam 




- 


307 


Lines, liaud 




- 


313 


Nets, 




61 


987 


dip . 




4 


20 


gill • 




261 


4,838 


Pots, eel . 




7 


6 


lobster . 




1,212 


1,212 


Rakes aud dredges, 




_ 


GOO 


Seines, purse . 




8 


1,145 


sweep . 




4 


295 


Spears, eel 




17 


20 


Trawls and trawl gear. 




- 


245 


Salt and Ice. 




, . 


$1,592 


Salt (imported). 


. bbl 


505 


694 


Ice 


. ton 


s 201 


898 


Products. 








Food Fish. 




. 


$53,617 


Bass, sea . 


.lbs 


160 


15 


striped . 


. lbs. 


600 


48 


Bluefish, . 


. lbs. 


489,975 


27,309 


Bonito, 


.lbs. 


5,600 


250 




bbl 


<i. 22 


90 


Butterfish, 


.lbs 


300 


24 


Cod, fresh 


.lbs 


118,200 


2,760 


salted 


. lbs 


414,100 


8,897 


Eels (skinned), 


.lbs 


52,250 


3,184 


Flounders, 


. lbs 


15,900 


854 


Haddock, . 


. lbs 


94,800 


2,391 


Herring, . 


. no. 


15,000 


190 


Mackerel, . 


. no. 


525 


66 




bbl 


s. 298 


3,695 



Investments and Prodlxts. 



(Juautity Valuf 



Food Fis/i — Con. 

Perch, .... bbls. 
Pollock, fresh . . . lbs. 
salted . . lbs. 

Scup, lbs. 

Squeteague, . . . lbs. 
Swordfish, . . . lbs. 

Fish rrodnrts. 
Sharks no. 

Shell. Fish. 

Clams bu. 

(quahaugs), . bu. 
Lobsters, .... lbs. 
Scollops gals. 

Other Products. 
Kelp (seaweed), . .tons 



109 

29,800 

44,400 

24,600 
4,050 1 
3,800 ' 



20 



718 

1,465 

80,100 

17,240 



50 



Aggregates, 

Investments. 

Working capital, 
Apparatus, . . . . 
Salt aud ice, .... 

Products. 

Food fish, . . . . 
Fish products. 

Shell fish 

Other products. 



$763 
619 
470 

1,476 
212 
304 

$116 
116 

$23,870 

718 

1,273 

6,478 

15,401 



50 



$40,662 

28,894 

10,176 

1,592 

$77,653 

53,617 

116 

23,870 

50 



County of Norfolk. 


Town of Cohasset. 






Investments. 






Shell Fish. 


, , 


$13,520 


^yor/cin;; Cnjiitai. 


. 


$2,072 


Lobsters no. 


135,200 


13,520 


Buildings and fixtures, . 
Casli capital, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


3 
2,745 


505 

220 
1,347 : 

$4,014 

364 

5 

3,645 


Other Products. 
Irish moss (carrageen), . bbls. 


915* 


$3,465 
3,465 


Apparatus. 

Moss cloths, creels, rakes, and 

tubs 

Nets 

Pots, lobster .... 


Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital, 

Apparatus 


$6,086 

2,072 
4,014 


Products. 






Products. 


$17,001 


Food Fish. 
Herring, . . . .no. 


1,600 


$16 
16 


Food fish, ' 16 

Shell fish, ! 13,520 

Other products, 3,465 



COUN 


TY OF Plymouth 


. Town of Duxbuky. 






Investments. 






Apparatus — Con. 






Working Capital. 


, ^ 


$6,205 


Pots, lobster .... 


515 


$680 


Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital 


- 


1,170 
670 


Seines, purse .... 
Trawls and trawl gear, . 


1 


260 
110 


Land, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


- 


800 
3,565 


Salt and Ice. 


• 


$94 






1 


Salt (imported), . .bbls. 


4 


4 


Apparatus. 


, . 


$3,175 


Ice tons 


30 


90 


Cars, lobster .... 


10 


62 


Products. 






Hatching apparatus, 
Hoes and rakes, clam 


- 


2,000 
18 


Food Fish. 


. 


$7,346 


Lines, hand .... 


_ 


4 


Cod, fresh , . . lbs. 


155,000 


3,250 


Nets 


1 


1 


salted . . . lbs. 


1,800 


126 


gill 


4 


40 


Mackerel no. 


76,250 


3,100 



SI 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Plymouth. Town or Duxbury — Concluded. 



Investments and Products. Quantity 



I'ood Ilsh — Con. 

Perch (skinned), . . doz. 
Trout, .... Ibe. 

fixh Products. 

Periwinkles, . . , b'ck'ts. 
Trout fry, .... no. 

Shell Fish. 

Clame bu. 

(razor-fish), . . bbls. 
Lobsters lbs. 



711O 
1,600 



SOO 
55,000,000 



1,295 

6 

88,200 



Value 



$70 

800 I 

$1,695 

320 
1,375 

$5,476 

1,036 

60 

4,380 



Investments and Puoducts. 



Aggregates. 
Investments, 



Working capital, 
Apparatus, 
Salt and ice, 



I'roiJacts. 



Food fish, 
Fish products. 
Shell fish. 



Quantity 



CouMTY OF Plymouth 


. Town of Hingham. 






Investments. 






Shell Fish. 


, , 


$216 


Working Capital. 
Cash capital, .... 


• • 


$125 

10! 
115 ! 


Clams bu. 

Lobsters no. 


180 
900 


108 
108 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 








Apxiaratus. 


• • 


$71 : 


Aggregates. 






Baskets and forks, clam . 
Lines, hand .... 
Poles and lines. 
Pots, lobster .... 


6 
50 


l! 

50 ! 


Inrestmeiits. 

"Working capital, . 
Apparatus 


• • • 


$196 

125 
71 


Products. 

Food Fish. 
Smelts, . , . .lbs. 


25,000 


$3,440 
3,440 ' 


Products. 

Food fish 

Shell fish 


• • • 

• • • 


$3,656 

3,440 
216 



County of Plymouth. Town of Hull. 



Investments. 

Working Capitdl. 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 

Apparatus. 

Cars, lobster .... 
Xets, snap .... 
Poles and lines, 
Pots, lobster .... 

Products. 

Food Fish. 



Perch, 
Bmelts, 



. doz. 
.lbs. 



11 
3 

815 



500 
29,500 



$995 
995 

$1,143 

122 
6 

30 
985 



$3,200 

50 
3,150 



Shell Fish. 
Lobsters lbs. 



Aggregates. 



Investments. 



Working capital. 
Apparatus, 



Products. 



Food fish. 
Shell fish. 



98,300 





County of Plymouth 


. Town of Kingston. 






Investments. 








Fish Products. 


. 


$750 


Workiiiij ('<tjtit(tl. 
Buildings and fixtures, . 

Cash capital 

Land, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


$613 

50 

350 

200 

13 

$66 

25 

32 

4 

5 


t Trout fry, . . . no. 

Shell Fish. 
Clame, .... bu. 


9,887,000 
2,000 


750 

$1,440 
1,440 


Cars, eel . 
Hatching apparatus. 
Hoes and rakes, clam 
Nets, fyke 


• 


3 

1 


Aggregates. 

Investments. 


$701 


Salt. 
flalt (imported). 


bbls. 


• • 
27 


$22 
22 


Working capital, 

Apparatus 

Salt, 


613 
66 
22 


Products. 












Food Fixh. 
Alewives, fresh 

salted 
Eels, 


no. 

bble. 

bble. 


20,000 
80 
25 


$460 
100 
160 
200 


Products. 

Food fish, 

Fish products, . . . ' ' * 
Shellfish, 


$2,650 

460 

750 

1,440 



THE FISHERIES. 



35 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Plymouth. Town op Marion. 



Investments and Pkoducts. 



Investments, 

Working Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . . 
Cash capital, .... 

Land, 

Vessels, aud outfit, and boats, 
Wharves, 



Apparatus , 

Dredges, . 
Lines, hand 
Nets, dip . 
Pots, lobster 
Rakes, clam 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Alewives, 
Bass, . 
Bluefish, . 
Eels (skinned). 



. no. 

.lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 



Quantitj' 



12 



17,550 
400 
400 
150 



Value 



$10,704 

575 

593 

500 

7,736 

1,300 



$794 

751 

5 

10 

24 

4 



$405 

230 
40 
40 
15 



Invkstments and Products. 



Food Fish — Con. 
Scup, .... lbs. 
Tautog lbs. 

Shell Fish. 

Clams (quahaugs), . . bbls. 

Lobsters lbs. 

Oysters (native), . . bu. 
Scollops, ... 



Other Products. 
Shells (scollops), . . bu. 



Quantity 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 



"Working capital, 
Apparatus, 



Products. 



Food fish, 
Shell flsh, 
Other products. 



400 

400 



150 

200 

502 

12,182 



100 



Value 



$40 
40 

$11,547 

225 

30 

496 

10,796 

$30 
30 



$11,498 

10,704 
794 



$11,982 

405 

11,547 

30 



County of Plymouth. Town op Marshfield. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 
Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 



Apparatus. 




Cars, lobster 


. 


Lines, band 


. 


Pots, lobster 


• 


Salt. 




Salt (imported), 


.bbl 


Products. 




Food Fish. 




Cod, fresh 


.lbs 


salted 


.lbs 



761 



1,000 
1,000 



$1,655 

775 

60 

830 

$1,221 

67 

4 

1,150 

$4 
4 



30 
60 



Shell Fish. 
Lobsters lbs. 



68,980 



Aggregates, 
Investments. 

Working capital. 
Apparatus, . . . . 
Salt 

Products. 

Food fish 

Shell fish, .... 



$4,140 
4,140 



$2,880 

1,655 

1,221 

4 



$4,230 

90 
4,140 



County op Plymouth. Town of Mattapoisett. 



Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital. 


• . 


$3,602 


Scup, .... lbs. 
Tautog lbs. 


4,805 
4,034 


$258 
249 


Buildings and fixtures, . 


- 


220 








Cash capital, .... 


- 


410 


Shell Fish. 


, , 


$4,844 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


2,972 


Clams, .... bu. 


11 


11 






! 


(quahaugs), . bu. 


4 


4 


Apparatus. 


. 


$410 


Lobsters, .... lbs. 


2,406 


237 






17 


Oysters (native), . . bu. 


140 


143 


Xets, dip 


_ 


18 ; 


Scollops gals. 


5,314 


4,449 


Pots, lobster .... 


86 


84 








Tongs, rakes, and dredges, . 




291 


Aggregates. 






Products. 






Investments. 




$4,012 


Food Fish. 


. 


$956 


Working capital. 
Apparatus, .... 


. 


3,602 
410 


Alewives, .... no. 


27,750 


303 








bbls. 
Bass, sea .... lbs. 


20 
350 


60 
38 


Products. 




$5,800 


Bluefish lbs. 


225 


18 


Food fish, .... 




956 


Eels (skinned), . . lbs. 


300 


30 


Shell fish 


. 


4,844 



36 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County ok Plymouth. Town of Middleborough. 



I;«VE8TMKKTS AND Pkoducts. | Quantity Value 



Investments. 

}\'or/ciiig Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 

Cash capital 

Vessels, aud outfit, and boats. 



Jpparatus. 

Nets, dip 

Weirs 

Ice. 
Ice tons 



$425 

300 

100 

25 



$510 

10 
500 



Investments and Products. 



Products. 

Food Fin/i. 
Alewives bbls. 



Aggregates. 

Investmenls, 



Working capital, 

Apparatus, 

Ice, 



$75 
75 I Food fish, 



Products. 



Quantity A'alue 



$1,200 
700 1 1,200 



County of Plymouth. Town of Norwell. 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

Cash capital 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 

Appai-utus. 
Seines, sweep .... 

Products. 
Food Fish. 
Alewives, .... bbls. 




Aggregates. 

Investments. 

Working capital, 

Apparatus, . . . , 

Products. 
Food fish, ... 



County of Ply.mouth Town of Plymouth. 



Investments 

Working Capital. 

Buildings and fixtures, 

Cash capital. 

Laud, 

Machinery, 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 



Apparatus 

Cars, eel . 

lobster . 
Hatching apparatus. 
Hoes, rakes, and baskets. 
Lines, hand 



Moss cloths, creels, rakes 

tubs, 
Kets, dip . 

gill . 
Pots, eol . 

lobster 
Pumps, 
f^eiiies, sweep 
Spears, eel 
Traps, eel 
lihh 
Trawls and trawl gear. 



Salt and Ice. 

Salt (Imported), 
Ice 



Products. 

Food Fish. 

Alewives, . 
ButlLTlish, 
Cod, fresh 

salted 
Eels, .... 

(skiuucd), 



, aud 



bbls. 
tons 



, no. 

. no. 
, lbs. 
, lbs. 
, lbs. 
lbs. 



• 


$12,749 


- 


3,935 
3,097 
2,400 


- 


100 


— 


3,217 


, 


$6,996 


4 


19 


26 


291 


- 


1,500 


- 


16 


- 


10 


_ 


266 


- 


30 


14 


123 


1 


10 


1,985 

1 


2,074 
25 


1 


20 


- 


19 


2 


20 


2 


2,520 


— 


53 


, 


$37 


19 


22 


6 


15 




$6,189 


10,000 
200 


40 
4 


21,500 


470 


11,700 


575 


300 


15 


9,800 


630 



Food Fish — Con. 

Herring, .... no. 

Mackerel no. 

Swordrtsli, . . . lbs. 
Trout lbs. 



Other food fish, 



. no. 
lbs. 



Fish Products. 



Bait, . 
Trout fry, . 



Shell Fish. 

Clams, 

(shucked), . 
Lobsters, . 



no. 
lbs. 
bbls. 
, no. 



, bu. 
gals, 
lbs. 



Other Products, 
Irish moss (carrageen), . bbls. 



300 
3,641 
5,000 
6,000 

1,957 
2.600 



56,500 

3,700 

375 

3,575,000,000 



2,349; 1,696 

898; 804 

209,258 10,254 



1,390 



Aggregates. 

Investments. 

W^orking capital, 

•Apparatus, .... 

Salt and ice 

Products. 

Food fish, .... 

Fish products 

Shellfish 

Other products, 



THE FISHERIES. 



37 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Plymouth. Town op Rochester. 



Investments and Troducts. 


Quantity 


Viilue 


Investments and Products. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments. 

Working Cujiital, 




$45 


Aggregates. 




Cash capital, .... 


- 


45 


Investments. 


$56 


Apparatus. 
Nets, dip 


- 


$10 
10 


Working capital, 

Apparatus 


45 

10 


Products. 

Food Fish. 




$72 


Products. 


$72 


Alewlves no. 


18,000 


72 


Food flsh 


72 



County of Plymouth. Town of Scituate. 



Investments. 






Fish Products. 




$248 


Working Capital. 


, . 


$4,862 


Bait no. 


13,800 


63 


Buildincs and fixtures, . 


_ 


1,972 


bbls. 


183 


183 


Cash capital, .... 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


470 
2,420 


Shell Fish. 


. 


$4,590 








Lobsters, .... lbs. 


70,549 


4,590 


Apparatus. 


, . 


$3,136 








Cars, lobster .... 


4 


20 


Other Products. 


• 


$15,354 


Lines, hand .... 


- 


4 


Irish moss (carrageen), . bbls. 


4,470 


15,354 


Moss cloths, creels, rakes, and 












tubs, 


— 


1,102 








Kets, gill 


46 


564 








snap .... 
Pots, lobsier .... 


1 
935 


1,344 


Aggregates. 






Seines, sweep .... 


1 


100 


Investnietits. 




$8,028 


Salt. 


• • 


$30 


■Working capital. 


• • . 


4,862 


Salt (imported), . .bbls. 


28 


30 


Apparatus 

Salt, 


1 ■ 


3,136 
30 


Products. 












Food Fish. 


, . 


$1,411 


Products. 




$21,603 


Alewives, .... bbls. 


125 


313 


Food fish, .... 


. 


1,411 


Cod lbs. 


27,500 


550 


Fish products. 


... 


248 


Mackerel no. 


5,640 


485 


Shell fish, .... 


. 


4,6y0 


Perch, .... no. 


7,560 


63 


Other products. 


. 


15,354 



County of Plymouth 


. Town of Wareham. 






Investments. 






Food Fish — Con. 






Working Capital. 


, , 


$63,953 


Bluefish lbs. 


3,512 


$281 


Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, .... 
Land, 


- 


2,223 

1,830 
100 


Scup lbs. 

Tautog, .... lbs. 
bbls. 


4,366 

2,605 

2 


234 
133 

28 


Oyster beds, . . 
Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


- 


48,183 
11,617 


Shell Fish. 


. 


$44,620 








Oysters bu. 


21,499 


32,016 


Apip}aratus. 


, 


$1,570 


bbls. 


200 


1 ,000 


Forks, oyster .... 
Lines, baud .... 
Kets, dip 






(shucked),. .gals. 


1,369 


2,479 


- 


7 


Oysters, seed . , .bu. 


13,275 


4,180 


4 


10 
16 


Scollops gals. 


5,448 


4,945 


Tongs, rakes, and dredges, . 


- 


1,537 














Salt and Ice. 


, 


$41 


Aggregates. 






Salt (imported), . .bbls. 
Ice, tons 


34 


34 


Investments. 




$65,564 


3 


7 


Working capital, 


. . . 


63,953 








Apparatus, .... 


. . . 


1,670 


Products. 






Salt and ice 


. . . 


41 


Food Fish. 


, ^ 


$965 








Alewives, fresh . . bbls. 


74 


78 


Products. 




$45,585 


salted . . bbls. 


77 


193 


Food fish 




965 


Bass, sea . . . . lbs. 


225 


18 


Shellfish 


. 


44,620 



38 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Suffolk. City of Boston. 



Investments and Troducts 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments and Products. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments. 








Food Fish — Con. 






Worf^hiff Capital. 




• 


$241,556 


Halibut, .... lbs. 
Herring, fresh . . . bbls. 
salted . . bbls. 


269,900 
1,842 


$28,530 
1,904 


Buildings and fixtures, . 




- 


100 


30 


90 


Cash capital, . 


• 


- 


30,150 


Mackerel, fresh . . i^o. 


220,800 


17,430 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


211,306 


bbls. 


249 


3,890 










salted . . bbls. 


999 


14,675 


Apparatus. 




. 


$28,827 


Perch (skinned), . . doz. 


38,000 


3,770 


Baskets and forks, clam . 




_ 


346 


Pollock, .... lbs. 


835,000 


6,925 


Cars, bait .... 




12 


15 


Smelts, .... lbs. 


74,000 


8,674 


lobster . • , 




4 


25 


Swordfish, . . . lbs. 


126,000 


7,500 


Gear, swordfishing 






210 


Other food fish, . . lbs. 


1,146,000 


14,120 


whaling . 




- 


12,250 








Lines, hand 




_ 


48 


Fish Products. 


. 


$45 


Nets, gill .... 




40 


303 


Livers, fish . . . b'ck'ts. 


225 


45 


snap 




31 


74 








Poles and lines. 




- 


121 


Shell Fish. 


. 


$80,780 


Pots, lobster . 




1,340 


1,735 








Seines, .... 




10 


5,500 


Clams, .... bu. 


146,200 


73,050 


drag 




9 


200 


Lobsters, . . . .no. 


70,100 


7,730 


puree . 




1 


450 








Spears, eel 




10 


16 


Whale Products. 


. 


$13,260 


Traps, fish 




1 


60 


Whalebone, . . . lbs. 


2,214 


4,200 


lobster . 




250 


300 


Whale oil (common), . gals. 


10,280 


2,600 


Trawls and trawl gear, . 

Salt and Ice. 
Salt (imported), 






7,li4 

$19,339 
1,107 


(sperm),. .gals. 


14,358 


6,460 


bbl 


• • 

*. 1,680 








Ice 


ton 


3 7,785 


18,232 


Aggregates. 






Products. 








Jiirestments. 




$289,722 


Food Fish. 




• 


$414,716 


Working capital, . 


. » . 


241,556 


Bluefish, . 


.lbs 


44,200 


2,652 


Apparatus, .... 


. 


28,827 


Butterfish, 


lbs 


150 


11 


Salt aud ice 


. 


19,339 


Cod, fresh 


.lbs 


4,226,000 


84,670 








salted 
CuBk, 


. lbs 
.lbs 


275,000 
838,500 


6,000 
10,750 


Products. 




$508,801 


Eels (skinned). 


.lbs 


24,200 


2,200 


Food fish, .... 


c 


414,716 


Flounders, 


.lbs 


20,000 


250 


Fish products, 


. 


45 


Haddock,'. 


.lbs 


10,525,000 


180,100 


Shell fish 


. . 


80,780 


Hake, 


.lbs 


1,769,000 


20,575 


Whale products. 


. • 


13,260 





County of 


Suffolk. Town of Revere. 






Investments. 








Fish Products. 


. . 


$615 


Working Capital 




. 


'$1,460 


Menhaden, . . . bbls. 


410 


615 


C'ash capital 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats, 


- 


125 
1,335 










Apparatus. 




. . 


$1,800 


Aggregates. 




Traps, fish 


• 


2 


1,800 


Jtieestmt'nts. 


$3,260 


Products. 

Food Fish. 






$3,620 


Working capital 

Apparatus 


1,460 
1,<!00 


Bluefish, .... 
Ilerriug, .... 
Mackerel, . 
Scup 


lbs. 
bbls. 
no. 
lbs. 


200 

2,000 

10,01)0 

100 


14 

3,000 
600 

\ 


Products, 

Food fish 

Fish products, 


$4,235 

3,620 
615 



County of Suffolk. Town of Winthrop. 



Investments. 






Apparatus — Con. 






Work lull Ciijiitnl. 


, , 


$2,630 


Hakes, clam 




_ 


sn 


Cash capital, .... 


_ 


500 


Traps, fish 


• 


1 


3,000 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 


" 


2,130 


Products. 

Food Fish. 






$5,400 


Apjiaratus. 


• 


$4,478 


Cod, .... 


. lbs. 


15,000 


450 


Buckets 




12 


Flounders, 


. lbs. 


1,500 


30 


Cars, lobster .... 


14 


160 , 


Herring, . 


bbls. 


3,000 


3,750 


Lines, hand .... 


- 


8 


Mackerel, . 


. no. 


5,000 


500 


Nets, dip 


3 


9 


Perch (skinned). 


doz. 


3,000 


320 


Pots, lobster .... 


819 


1,278 


Pollock, . 


lbs. 


15,000 


350 



THE FISHERIES. 



39 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Suffolk. Town of Wixthrop — Concluded. 



Investments and Products. Qiumtity Value 



Fish Products. 
Periwinkles, . . . b'ck'ts. 



Shell Fish. 



5,500 



Clams, 
Lobsters, . 



bu. 2,000 

, no. 58,300 



$1,100 
1,100 

$7,039 

1,600 
6,439 



Investments and Products. 



Aggregates. 

Jnrfstinents. 
Working capital. 
Apparatus 



Products. 



Food fish, 
Fish products, 
Shell fish. 



Quantity Value 

I 



$7,108 
2,630 
4,478 

$13,539 
5,400 
1,100 
7,039 



County 


of Worcester. 


Town of Ashburnham. 






Products. 


50 
150 

100 


1 

$36 

6 

12 


Fish Products. 
Bait no. 


40,000 


$200 
200 


Food Fish. 

Perch, .... lbs. 
Pickerel, .... lbs. 
Pout, horned . . . lbs. 


Aggregates. 
Products. 

Food fish, 

Fish products, 


$236 
36 

200 



County of Worcester. Town of Athol. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Perch, 
Pickerel, . 
Pout, horned . 
Trout, brook . 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$513 
513 



County of Worcester. Town of Auburn. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



111 
22 



County of AVorcester. Town of Boylston. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



68 



County of Worcester. Town of Brookfield. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Bass, black 
Perch, 
Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook 



. lbs. 
. lbs. 
.lbs. 
.lbs. 




$145 

6 
42 
18 
79 



Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish, 



$145 
145 



County of Worcester. Town of Clinton. 



Products. 

Food Fish . 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 



$6 



Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



40 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Worcester. Town of Dana. 



Investments and I'roddcts. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments and Prodccts. 


Quantity 


Value 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel lbs. 

Trout, brook . . . lbs. 


135 
45 


$55 

21 
34 


Aggregates. 

Products. 
Food fish 


$55 
55 



County of Worcester. Town of Gardner. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 

I'ickerel lbs. 

Pout, horned . . . lbs. 

Fish Products. 
Bait, no. 



100 
100 



10,000 



$24 

12 
12 

$50 



Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish. 



50 ' I Fish products, 



$74 

24 
50 



County of Worcester. Town of Holden. 



Products, 

Food Fish. 



Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook . 



.lbs. 
.lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



$29 

29 



County of Worcester. Town of Leicester. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$12 
12 



County of Worcester. Town of Millbury. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



Pickerel, . 
Trout, brook 



'. lbs. 
. lbs. 




$43 

3 

40 



Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish, 



$43 
43 



County of Worcester. Town op North Brookfield. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Pickerel, .... lbs. 



Trout, brook 



lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fish, 



$72 
72 



County of Worcester. Town of Oakham. 




Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . Iba. 



Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



$26 
26 



County op Worcester. Town of Paxton. 



Products. 
Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food fieb, 



$50 
50 



THE FISHERIES. 



41 



INVESTxMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Worcester. Town of Petersham. 



Investments and Products. Quantity 


Value 


Investments and rKODUCTS. 


Quantity 


Value 


Products. 

Food Fiah. 
Trout, brook . . .lbs. 


50 


$30 
30 


Aggregates. 

Products. 

Food fish 


$30 
80 



County of Worcester. Town of Phillipston. 



Products. 

Food Fis/i. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$21 
21 



County of Worcester. Town of Princeton. 



Products 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, .... lbs. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food flBh, 



$105 
105 



County of Worcester. Town of Royalston. 



Products. 

Food Fis/i. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$51 
61 



County of Worcester. Town of Rutland. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$10 
10 



County op Worcester. Town of Shrewsbury. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel, .... lbs. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$99 
09 



County of Worcester. Town of Spencer. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 

Perch lbs. 

Piclierel, .... lbs. 
I'out, horued . . . lbs. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 
P7'oducts. 



Food fish, 



$178 
178 



County of Worcester. Town of Sterling. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fieh, 



$20 
20 



42 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Worcester. Town of Sturbridge. 



Investments and I'koducts. 


Quantity 


Value 


Investments and Products. 


Quantity 


Value 


Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 


25 


$20 
20 


Aggregates. 

J'rodacts. 

Food fish, 


S20 
20 



County of Worcester. Town of Sutton. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food tish, 



$23 
23 



County of Worcester. Town of Upton. 



Products. 
Food Fish. 



Perch, 
Pickerel, . 
Pout, horned 
Trout, brook 




Aggregates. 
Products. 



Food flsh, 



$27 

27 



County of Worcester. Town of Uxbridge. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



$6 
6 



THE FISHERIES. 



43 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
County of Worcester. Town of "Warren. 



Investments and Tkoducts. 


Quantity 


Value 


INVKSTMENTS AND PRODUCTS. Quantity 


Value 


Products. 

Food Fish. 

Pickerel lbs. 

Trout, brook . . . lbs. 


50 
80 


$65 

7 
58 


Aggregates. 

Products. 
1 Food fish 


$63 
65 



County of Worcester. Town of West Boylston. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 
Pickerel, .... lbs. 



Trout, brook 



lbs. 




Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish. 



49 



County of Worcester. Town of West Brookfield. 



Products. 

Food Fish. 



BasB, black 
Perch, 
Pickerel, . 



, lbs. 
.lbs. 
, lbs. 



1,500 
2,000 
2,500 



$1,219 

180 
240 
350 



Food Fish — Con. 
Pout, horned . . . lbs. 
Trout, brook . . . lbs. 



Aggregates. 

Products. 



Food fish, 



3,000 
125 



$360 
89 



$1,219 
1,219 



County of Worcester. City of Worcester. 



Products. 














Food Fish. 




• 


$668 




Aggregates. 




Perch, 


• lbs. 


230 


28 








Pickerel, . 


• lbs. 


1,620 


209 




Products, 


$668 


Pout, horned . 


.lbs. 


400 


48 






Trout, brook . 


.lbs. 


542 


383 


Food fish, 




668 



44 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES. 



CocsTiES, Cities, and Towns. 



Investments 



Working 
Capital 



Apparatus 



Salt and Ice 



Total 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 

17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 

41 



BARXSTABLK. 



Barnstable, 
Bourne, 
Brewfiter, . 
Chatham, . 
Dennic, 
Eastham, . 
Falmouth, . 
Harwich, . 
Mashpee, . 
Orleans, 
Provincetov.n, 
Santhvich, . 
Truro, 
Wellrteet, . 
Yurmouth, . 



BERKSHIRE. 



Adams, 

Becket, 

Cheshire, . 

Clarkt^burg, 

Dalton, 

Florida, 

Great Barrington, 

Hancock, . 

Hinsdale, . 

Lee, . 

Lenox, 

New Ashford, . 

Xew Marlborough, 

North Adams, 

Otif<, . 

Peru, . 

PiTTSFIELD, 

Richmond, . 
Savoy, 
Stockbridge, 
Washington, 
AVilliamt-town, . 
Windsor, . 



BRISTOL. 



42 Berkley, . 

43 Dartmouth, 

44 Dighton, . 

45 Fairhaven, . 

46 Fall RrnER, 

47 Freetown, . 

48 New Bedford, 

49 Kaynham, . 

50 Somerset, . 

51 Swant-ea, . 

62 Taunton, . 

63 Westport, . 



64 

65 I 

66 I 

67 I 

68 ! 
69 
60 
61 

02 

63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 



DUKES. 



Chilmark, . 
Cottage City, 
Edgartowii, 
Gay Head, . 
Goisnold, . 
Tisbury, . 
West Tisbury, 



$520,832 

25,370 
46,949 

],09S 
60,919 
21,S23 

3,282 
15,606 

5,737 

1,765 

7:2 

257,346 

2,559 
36,970 
34,952 

5.744 



ESSEX. 



Bevtirlt, . 

Essex, 

Gloucester, 

Ipswich, 

Manchester, 

Marble-head, 

Nahaiit, 

Newliury, . 

Newbukypobt 

Rockport, . 

Rowley, 



$502,647 

3,587 

7,003 

2,428 

20,732 

6,992 

3,006 

447,768 

1,265 

3,960 

352 

275 

5,279 

$45,434 

5,130 

410 

15,055 

1,942 

9,305 
10,623 

2,969 

$3,036,497 

66,775 

10,555 

2,806,273 

1,720 

3,120 

3,512 

664 

80 

5,010 

26,627 

148 



$171,619 

3,467 
2,828 
4,719 

16,590 
8,004 
6,958 
5,452 
1,575 
127 
789 

47,794 
5,109 

57,207 
9,650 
1,350 



$124,116 

342 

13,999 

828 

2,029 

3,000 

27 

98,577 

228 

1,130 

93 

100 

3,763 

$26,834 

7,659 
20 
2,085 
1,856 
6,4i16 
3,671 
5,047 

$207,741 

4,927 

108 

182,072 

447 

3,395 

2,277 

1,001 

16 

1,611 

4,559 

45 



$37,985 

401 

637 

1,538 

2,402 

1,211 

1,695 

2,175 

164 

30 

12 

24,380 

101 

2,257 

676 

306 



$4,248 

232 

418 

429 

2,004 

12 

253 
680 
106 

49 
65 



$2,257 

259 
8 
350 
148 
876 
468 
148 

$185,198 

10,437 

700 

169,777 



493 

2,698 

3 



$730,436 

29,238 

50,414 

7,355 

79,911 

31,038 

11,935 

23,233 

7,476 

1,922 

1,513 

329,520 

7,769 

96,434 

45,278 

7,400 



$631,011 

4,161 

21,420 

3,685 

24,765 

10,004 

3,033 

546,598 

2,173 

6,196 

445 

424 

9,107 



$74,525 

13,048 

4:i8 

17,490 

3,946 
16,677 
14,762 

8,164 

$3,429,436 

82,139 

11,363 

3,248,122 

2,167 

6,515 

5,863 

1,665 

96 

7,114 

33,884 

196 



THE FISHERIES. 



45 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES. 









Prodccts 










Food Fish 


Fish Products 


Food Fish 
Products 


Shell Fish 


Whale and Seal 
Products 


Other 
Products 


Total 




$554,399 


$21,329 


- 


$127,570 


$44,316 


$616 


$748,230 


1 


6,925 


410 


_ 


19,877 


_ 


_ 


27,212 


2 


9,120 


183 


- 


21,387 


_ 


_ 


30,690 


3 


5,579 


30 


- 


208 


- 


- 


5,817 


4 


42,734 


2,044 


- 


37,669 


. 


420 


82,867 


5 


19,309 


1,000 


- 


276 


- 


_ 


20,585 


6 


7,461 


400 


- 


805 


. 


«. 


8,666 


7 


13,196 


- 


- 


8,336 


_ 


_ 


21,532 


8 


8,090 


252 


- 


12 


_ 


_ 


8,354 


9 


1,849 


- 


- 


1,871 


. 


_ 


3,720 


10 


2,357 


80 


- 


2,199 


_ 


196 


4,832 


11 


378,249 


11,191 


- 


731 


44,316 


_ 


434,487 


12 


3,188 


468 


- 


1,116 


_ 


. 


4,772 


13 


39,059 


4,257 


- 


115 


_ 


_ 


43,431 


14 


8,518 


336 


- 


31,697 


_ 


_ 


40,551 


15 


8,765 


678 


- 


1,271 


- 


- 


10,714 


16 


$7,783 


$1,050 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$8,833 


17 


217 


~ 


- 


. 


_ 


_ 


217 


18 


257 




- 


- 


- 


. 


257 


19 


1,795 


225 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


2,020 


20 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


30 


21 


244 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2W 


22 


309 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


309 


23 


523 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


523 


24 


379 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


379 


25 


85 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


85 


25 


37 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


37 


27 


160 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


160 


28 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


29 


- 


825 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


825 


30 


565 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


565 


31 


30 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


30 


32 


187 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


187 


33 


2,239 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


2,239 


34 


83 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


83 


35 


i98 


- 


- 




- 


- 


198 


36 


7 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


7 


37 


128 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


128 


38 


33 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


33 


39 


270 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


270 


40 


$52,794 


$3,764 


- 


$38,274 


$294,037 


- 


$388,869 


41 


1,279 


- 


_ 


3,000 


_ 


_ 


4,279 


42 


12,767 


2,264 


- 


2,535 


. _ 


_ 


17,566 


43 


3,828 


- 


- 


1,200 


- 


- 


5,028 


44 


14,855 


- 


- 


9,144 


_ 


_ 


23,999 


45 


4,553 


1,500 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


6,053 


46 


95 


- 


- 


369 


- 


- 


464 


47 


3,563 


- 


- 


15,597 


294,037 


_ 


313,197 


48 


2,718 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2,718 


49 


1,640 


- 


- 


1,946 


_ 


_ 


3,586 


50 


80 


- 


- 


3,705 


. 


_ 


3,785 


51 


570 


- 


- 


_ 


. _ 


«. 


570 


52 


6,846 


— 


— 


778 


- 


- 


7,624 


53 


$101,045 


$762 


- 


$35,635 


- 


- 


$137,442 


54 


16,261 


- 


_ 


4,335 


_ 


_ 


20,596 


55 


820 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


820 


56 


22,538 


- 


- 


17,924 


_ 


. 


40,462 


57 


4,152 


- 


- 


440 


- 


- 


4,592 


58 


12,853 


- 


- 


8,685 


_ 


. 


21,538 


59 


30,809 


630 


- 


3,516 


_ 


_ 


34,955 


60 


13,612 


132 


- 


735 


- 


- 


14,479 


61 


$3,416,204 


$74,520 


$9,923 


$120,866 


- 


$1,005 


$3,622,518 


62 


88,967 


9,883 


_ 


300 






99,150 


63 


13,820 
3,124,184 


63,763 


9,923 


4,595 
15,115 


- 


- 


18,415 
3,212,985 


64 
65 


6,305 


- 


- 


27,900 


_ 


_ 


34,205 


66 


1,900 


- 


.- 


1,440 


- 


_ 


3,340 


67 


12,341 


24 


- 


12,971 


_ 


_ 


25,336 


63 


4,367 


660 


- 


1,850 


- 


- 


6,S77 


69 


— 


— 


— 


1,800 


— 


_ 


1,800 


70 


18,634 


150 


- 


34,290 


-. 


_ 


53,074 


71 


71,681 


40 


- 


3,900 


- 


1,005 


76,626 


72 


330 






2,650 




" 


2,980 


73 



46 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES — Continued. 



CoL-NTiF.s, Cities, and Towns. 



IXVESTMKNTS 



Wiirking 
Capital 



Apparatus 



Salt and Ice 



Total 



ESSEX — Con. 

1 Salem 

2 Salisbury, .... 

3 I Swampscott, 

FRANKLIN". 

5 Bernardston, 

6 Warwick, .... 

HAMPDEX. 

8 Brimfield, .... 

9 ClUCOPEE 

10 HOLYOKE, .... 

11 I Lougmeadow, . 

12 ! Ludlow 

13 Monson 

1-1 Montgomery, 

15 Palmer, .... 

16 Southwick, 

17 Springfield, . 

18 Westfteld, .... 

19 West Springfield, 

20 Wilbraham, 

21 HAMPSHIRE. 

22 I Amherst, .... 

23 Belchertown, . 

24 ! (ioshen, .... 

25 Granby 

26 (rreenwich, 

27 I Had ley 

28 I Huntington, 

29 Plainfield 

80 I South Hadley, . 

31 Ware, 

32 MIDDLESEX. 

33 Medfobd, .... 

84 NANTUCKET, 

35 Nantucket, 

86 NORFOLK. 

37 Cohasset 

38 ! PLYMOUTH. 

39 Duxbury 

40 Hingham, .... 

41 Hull 

42 Kingston, .... 

43 Marion, .... 

44 I Marshtield, 

45 Mattapoisett, 

46 ' Middleborough, 

47 Xorwell 

48 Plymouth 

49 Koclu'stcr 

60 Scituate, .... 

61 Warebam, .... 

62 SUFFOLK. 

53 Boston, .... 

54 Revere 

55 Wiiithrop 

I 

56 ' WORCESTER, 

67 Ashburnham, . 

58 Athol, .... 

59 Auburn, .... 

60 BoyUton 



$4,199 

544 

17,270 



$574 
574 

$28,894 
28,894 

$2,072 
2,072 

$105,968 

6,205 

125 

995 

613 

10,704 

1,655 

3,602 

425 

35 

12,749 

45 

4,862 

63,953 

$245,646 

241,556 
1,460 
2,630 



$1,259 

239 

5,785 



$460 
460 

$10,176 
10,176 

$4,014 
4,014 

$19,202 

3,175 

71 

1,143 

66 

794 

1,221 

410 

510 

100 

6,996 

10 

3,136 

1,570 

$35,105 

28,827 
1,800 

4,478 



$145 

49 

822 



$75 
75 

$1,592 
1.592 



$303 
94 

22 

4 

75 

37 

30 
41 

$19,339 
19,339 



$5,603 

S32 

23,877 



$1,109 
1,109 

$40,662 
40,662 

$6,086 
6,086 

$125,473 

9,474 

196 

2,138 

701 
11,498 

2,880 
4,oi-> 

1,010 

135 

19,782 

55 

8,028 

65,564 

$300,090 

289,722 
3,260 
7,108 



THE FISHEKIES. 



47 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES — Continued. 



Products 




Food Fish 


Fish Products 


Food Fish 
Products 


Shell Fish 


Whale and Seal 
Products 


Other 
Products 


Total 




$4,715 






$1,900 






$6,615 


1 


- 


- 


- 


9,600 


- 


- 


9,600 


2 


68,960 


— 


— 


2,555 


- 


- 


71,515 


3 


$281 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$281 


4 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


9 


6 


272 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


272 


6 


$3,378 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$3,378 


7 


11 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


8 


b^■i: 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


574 


9 


1,117 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


1,117 


10 


40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40 


11 


89 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


89 


12 


108 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


108 


13 


26 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


26 


14 


339 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


339 


15 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


16 


623 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


623 


17 


36 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


36 


18 


379 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


379 


19 


22 


** 


— 


- 


- 


- 


22 


20 


$1,072 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$1,072 


21 


157 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


157 


22 


67 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67 


'23 


67 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


67 


24 


10 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


10 


25 


20 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


26 


263 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


253 


27 


65 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


65 


28 


120 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


120 


29 


105 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


105 


30 


208 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


208 


31 


$3,850 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$3,850 


32 


3,850 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,850 


33 


$53,617 


$116 


- 


$23,870 


- 


$50 


$77,653 


34 


53,617 


116 


- 


23,870 


- 


50 


77,653 


35 


$16 


- 


- 


$13,520 


- 


$3,465 


$17,001 


36 


16 


- 


- 


13,520 


- 


3,465 


17,001 


37 


$26,047 


$18,776 


_ 


$98,797 


- 


$19,879 


$163,499 


38 


7,346 


1,695 


_ 


5,476 


_ 


„ 


14,517 


39 


3,440 


- 


- 


216 


- 


_ 


3,656 


40 


3,200 


- 


- 


9,170 


_ 


_ 


12,370 


41 


460 


750 


- 


1,440 


_ 


_ 


2,650 


42 


405 


- 


- 


11.547 


_ 


30 


11,982 


43 


00 




- 


4,140 


_ 


_ 


4,230 


44 


956 


- 


- 


4,844 


_ 


_ 


5,800 


45 


1,200 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


1,200 


46 


313 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


313 


47 


6,189 


16,083 


_ 


12,754 


_ 


4,495 


39,521 


48 


72 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




72 


49 


1,411 


248 


- 


4,590 


_ 


15,354 


21,603 


50 


965 


- 


— 


44,620 


- 


- 


45,585 


51 


$423,736 


$1,760 


- 


$87,819 


$13,260 


- 


$526,575 


52 


414,716 


45 


_ 


80,780 


13,260 


_ 


508,801 


53 


3,620 


615 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


4,235 


54 


5,400 


1,100 


- 


7,039 


- 


- 


13,539 


55 


$3,692 


$250 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$3,942 


56 


36 


200 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


236 


57 


513 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


513 


58 


22 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


22 


59 


68 


" 


~ 


"■ 


i 


— 


68 


60 



48 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES — Concluded. 



Counties, Cities, akd Towns. 



Investments 



Working 
Capital 



Apparatus 



Salt and Ice 



Total 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1:^ 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 



■WORCESTER — Con. 

Brookfield 

Clinton 

Dana, 

Gardner 

Holdcn 

Leicester 

Millburv, 

North Brookfield, . 

Oakham, 

I'axton, 

I'etersham, .... 
Phillippton, .... 

Princeton, 

Koyalston 

KutUuid, 

Shrewsbury 

Spencer, 

Sterling, 

Hturbridge, .... 

Hutton, 

Upton, 

I'xbridge 

"Warren 

West Boylston, 
West Brookfield, 
Worcester 



RECAPITULATION OF AGGREGATES. FOR THE STATE AND COUNTIES. 




THE FISHERIES. 



49 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES — Concluded. 

Products 



Food Fish 


Fish Products 


Food Fish 
Products 


Shell Fish 


Whale and Seal 
Products 


Other 
Products 


Total ' 


$145 












$145 


1 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


2 


55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55 


3 


24 


$50 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


74 


4 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


5 


12 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


12 


6 


43 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 


7 


72 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


72 


8 


26 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


26 


9 


50 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 


10 


30 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


30 


11 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


12 


105 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


• 


105 


13 


51 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


51 


14 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


15 


99 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


99 


16 


178 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


178 


17 


20 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


18 


20 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


20 


19 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


20 


27 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


27 


21 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


22 


65 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


65 


23 


49 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


49 


24 


1,219 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,219 


25 


668 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


668 


26 



RECAPITULATION OF AGGREGATES. FOR THE STATE AND COUNTIES. 



Products 




Food Fish 


Fish Products 


Food Fish 
Products 


Shell Fish 


Whale and Seal 
I'roducts 


Other 
Products 


Total 




$4,647,914 


$122,327 


$9,923 


$546,351 


$351,613 


$25,015 


$5jJ03,143 


1 


554,399 


21,329 


— 


127,570 


44,316 


616 


748,230 


2 


7,783 


1,050 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


8,833 


3 


52,794 


3,764 


_ 


38,274 


294,037 


_ 


388,869 


4 


101,045 


762 


_ 


35,635 


_ 


_ 


137,442 


5 


3,416,204 


74,520 


9,923 


120,866 


_ 


1,005 


3,622,518 


6 


281 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


281 


7 


3,378 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


3,378 


8 


1,072 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


1,072 


9 


3,850 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,8.50 


10 


53,617 


116 


- 


23,870 


_ 


50 


77,653 


11 


16 


- 


_ 


13,520 


_ 


3,465 


17,001 


12 


26,047 


18,776 


- 


98,797 


- 


19,879 


163,499 


13 


423,736 


1,760 


- 


87,819 


13,260 


- 


626,575 


14 


3,692 


250 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,942 


15 



50 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION BY NAME. POR THE STATE. 



Classification. 



Basis 



Quantity 



Value 



Average 
Value 



Number 

of Persons 

making 

return 



Investments. 

Working Capital. 

BuildingB and fixtures, 

Cash capital, . 

Credit capital. 

Laud, 

Machinery, 

Oyster beds, . 

Vessels, and outfit, and boats. 

Wharves, .... 



Apparatus. 



Anchors and buoys, 

Barrels, 

Baskets, forks, and tuba, clam 

Buckets, 

Butts, tubs, and pickling apparatus. 
Cars, bait 
eel . 



lobster . 

shrimp . 

tautog . 

Flakes, . 
Flake boxes, . 

Flake cloths, = 

Forks, 

oyster . 
Gear, swordflshing 

whaling 
Hatching apparatus. 
Hoes, rakes, and baskets, clam 

Lines, band .... 

Moss cloths, creels, rakes, and tubs. 

Nets, 



dip . 

gill (drift), . 

gill (stationary), 

fyke 
snap 
square . 
sweep . 
Pans, freezing 

Poles and lines. 

Pots, eel . 

lobster . 
Pounds and pockets. 
Presses, . 
Pumps, . 
Pushers, pickers, etc., 

Scales, 

Seines, 

purse . 



sweep .... 

Spears, eel ... . 

Sticks and pickling apparatus, 
Bticks (for drying alewives), 
Tongs, rakes," and dredges. 
Traps, eel . . . 

fish . 

lobster 
Trawls (beam). 
Trawls and trawl gear, . 

Weirs, .... 

eel 

Wheelbarrows, 



feet 
feet 



956 



12 

76 

231 

4 
40 

23,000 

5,606 

21,755 



3,146 

1,710 

298 

30 
2,529 

142 
35 
12 

4,000 
26 

1,080 
23,299 

200 
3 

94 

47 
150 

71 

182 



10,000 

303 
104 

615 
2 

86 

225 
199 



$4,488,564 

286,648 
673,167 
245,450 
155,055 
.36,816 
142,183 
2,725,743 
223,502 



$599,267 

20 

881 

1,645 

14 

27,312 

15 

279 

1,443 

28 

28 

168 

12 

9,389 

2,717 

2,872 

75 

10 

688 

111,997 

3,532 

97S 

6,584 

3,107 

1,766 

12,013 

37 

762 

85 

200 

19,139 

65 

1,338 

82 

12 

150 

800 

17 

162 

1,132 

27,473 

2,980 

1,200 

225 

773 

1,955 

250 

11,349 

65,805 

500 

5,914 

269 

79 

215 

20 

8,237 

,321 

63,253 

3,500 

865 

90 

89,052 

98,022 

3,000 

90 

2,064 

225 



$0.92 



1.25 
3.67 

6.25 

7.00 
4.20 

0.41 
0.48 
0.13 

2.00 



2.09 

7.03 

2.52 

6.67 
7.57 

9.42 
2.34 
1.00 

0.20 
0.65 

1.05 
1.18 

6.00 
75.00 

20.80 

241.47 
438.70 

83.30 
1.48 



0.002 

1.06 
608.20 

1.41 

45.00 

1,139.79 

0.40 
10.37 



583 

738 

13 

52 

41 

100 

2,102 

46 



2 

3 
567 

7 

56 

12 

26 

177 

6 

1 
18 

2 
29 
23 
25 

2 

2 

1 

29 

19 

6 

169 

52 

427 

246 

120 

4 

37 

11 

1 

227 

2 

43 

12 

11 

5 

1 

4 

48 

46 

423 

5 

1 

3 

90 

20 

1 

33 

64 

1 

49 

112 

33 

6 

1 

391 

10 

54 

3 

7 

2 

279 

64 

1 

3 

17 

1 



THE FISHERIES. 



51 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION BY NAME. FOR THE STATE — Continued. 



Classification. 



Basis 



Quantity 



Value 



Average 
Value 



Number 

of Persons 

making 

return 



Average 
Value to 

each 
I'erson 



Investmenta — Con. 

Salt and Ice. 



Salt (domestic), 
(imported), 
Ice, . 



Producta. 

Food Fish. 



Alewives, fresh { 

salted J 

smoked 

Bass 

black 

sea I 

striped j 

Bluefish, j 

Bonito j 

Butterfish | 

Catfish, I 

Cod, fresh 

salted 

Cusk, fresh 

salted 

Eels j 

(skinned), J 

Flounders, 5 

Haddock, fresh 

salted 

Hake, fresh 

salted 

Halibut, fresh 

salted 

smoked 

Herring, fresh 5 

salted j 

Mackerel, fresh J 

horse 5 

salted j 

tinker 

Mullet, 

Perch I 

(skinned), 

Pickerel, . 

Pollock, fresh | 

salted 

Pompano 

Pout, horned \ 

Salmon, \ 

Scup, j 

Shad, j 

Skates ' 

Smelts. . . * 



barrels 
barrels 
tons 



number 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

barrels 

barrels 

pounds 

pounds 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

number 

pounds 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

barrels 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

pounds 

i)arrels 

barrels 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

dozen 

pounds 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

pounds 



746 
184,290 
53,700 >i 



621,052 

50,000 

13,848 

25,000 

9,200 

30 

575 

7,905 

17 

144,609 

5 

20 

9,876 

1,012 

988,267 

30,050 

22 

200 

112,350 

56% 

40 

40 

36,910,069 

44,182,889 

3,219,681 

649,802 

127,400 

816 

211,983 

1,181 

25,631 

486,692 

1,461 

43,584,913 

1,549,753 

7,058,492 

879,590 

8,253,977 

434,619 

35,968 

1,155,700 

2,506,000 

81,783 

100,000 

5,784 

2,872,087 

94,000 

4,277 

494 

40,000 

21 

1,304,467 

28,291 

70 

2 

7,560 

13,445 

241;,- 

42,200 

39,350 

500 

5,061,415 

603 

1,431,335 

60 

7,625 

62 

916,150 

50 

4,427 

27,477 

2 

132,523 



$250,997 

807 
142,348 
107,842 



$4,647,914 

4,387 

200 

20,350 

250 

15,098 

150 

55 

992 

8 

9,567 

40 

5 

978 

240 

54,495 

1,185 

90 

4 

3,995 

346 

4 

1 

567,602 

1,210,517 

38,385 

15,182 

5,177 

6,574 

13,388 

9,949 

544 

13,104 

4,254 

622,383 

26,257 

66,625 

16,774 

513,080 

25,704 

2,223 

6,088 

35,231 

83,178 

1,500 

10,051 

186,956 

5,320 

35,476 

4,111 

158 

500 

526 

86,299 

351,260 

169 

20 

63 

1,292 

2,418 

4,210 

4,852 

10 

34,263 

796 

23,655 

30 

925 

9 

26,045 

410 

506 

1,849 

4 

15,814 



$1.08 
0.77 
2.01 



$0,007 
0.004 
1.470 
0.010 
1.641 
5.000 
0.096 
0.125 
0.471 
0.066 
8.000 
0.250 
0.099 
0.237 
0.055 
0.039 
4.091 
0.020 
0.036 
6.097 
0.100 
0.025 
0.015 
0.027 
0.012 
0.023 
0.041 
8.066 
0.063 
8.424 
0.021 
0.027 
2.912 
0.014 
0.017 
0.009 
0.019 

•0.062 
0.061 
0.062 
0.005 
0.014 
1.017 
0.015 
1.738 
0.065 
0.057 
8.295 

0.320 
0.013 

25.048 
0.066 

12.416 
2.414 

10.000 
0.008 
0.096 

10.012 
0.100 
0.123 
0.020 
0.007 
1.320 
0.017 
0.500 
0.121 
0.145 
0.028 
8.200 
0.114 
0.067 
2.000 
0.119 



26 
331 
625 



22 
1 

55 
1 

29 
1 
3 
7 
1 

85 
1 
1 

21 

7 

251 

22 
2 
2 

28 

7 

1 

1 

370 

169 

97 

12 

34 

50 
113 

62 

6 

105 

30 
232 

12 
116 

12 

86 
5 
1 

16 

7 

165 

1 

36 

317 

7 

78 
1 
3 
1 
2 
4 

65 
2 
1 
1 

17 

14 

14 

41 

1 

137 

2 

21 
1 

15 

8 

152 

4 

8 

19 
1 

66 



$31 
430 
173 



$199 

200 

370 

250 

621 

150 

18 

142 

8 

113 

40 

5 

46 

34 

21T 

64 

45 

2 

143 

40 

4 

1 

1,.534 

7,163 

396 

1,261 

152 

131 

118 

160 

91 

125 

142 

2,683 

2,188 

574 

1,398 

6,966 

5,341 

2,223 

381 

5,033 

504 

1,500 

279 

590 

760 

455 

4,111 

53 

500 

263 

21,575 

5,404 

85 

20 

63 

76 

173 

301 

118 

10 

250 

398 

1,126 

30 

62 

3 

171 

103 

63 

97 

4 

282 



52 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS —Continued. 
RECAPITULATION BY NAME. FOR THE STATE — Coatinued. 



Classification. 



Basis 



Products — Con. 
Food Fish — Con. 

Squeteague, j 

Sturgeon, 

Suckers 

Swordfish, 

Tautog, I 

Tom-cod, 

Trout, brook J 

Turbot 

^Vhiting I 

r 

Other food fish, fresh ....■( 
salted .... I 



Fish Products. 



Bait, , 



Cuttlefish, 
Dogfigh, . 

Fish oil, . 



Livers, 



(cod liver), 
(dog), 



cod 
dogfish 

fish . 



Menhaden, 
Periwinkles, . 

Refuse fish for fertilizers. 

Sharks, .... 

Shrimps 

Squid, .... 
Trout fry. 



Food Fish Products. 

Fish roe, 

Halibut fins, salted . . . . | 

Halibut flitches, salted 

Tongues and sounds, salted 

Shell Fish. 
Clams, I 

(quahaugs), .... J 

(razor-fish) 

(shucked), 

Lobsters, | 

Oysters J 

native 

(planted), 

seed 

(shucked), 

BcoUops 

Whale and Seal Products. 

Ambergris, 

Oil, eea-elcphant 

Sealskins (rough-dressed) 

Whalebone, 



number 

pounds 

number 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

barrels 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

number 
pounds 



number 

pounds 

barrels 

barrels 

pounds 

gallons 

barrels 

gallons 

barrels 

gallons 

buckets 

buckets 

buckets 

biickets 

barrels 

number 

barrels 

buckets 

bushels 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

gallons 

barrels 

number 



Quantity 



barrels 
pounds 
barrels 
pounds 
pounds 



bushels 

barrels 

bushels 

barrels 

barrels 

gallons 

number 

pounds 

bushels 

barrels 

bushels 

barrels 

bushels 

gallons 

gallons 



pounds 
gallons 
number 
pounds 



130 

392,0G8 

3 

100 

408,439 

258,759 

601 

12,000 

19,920 



10,000 

135 

1,957 

15,651,508 

832 

210,500 
9,574,251 



145,300 

2,464^390 

2,541 

25 

3,000 

24,086 

lUO 

5,554 

210 

100 

225 

14,639 

434 

23,462 

400 

2,500 

8,607 

6,300 

2,5S0 

1,190,2:-)0 

275 

20 

275 

7 "^"4- 

3,640,052',000 



30 

12,600 

75 

113,536 

15,000 



221,911 

7,863 

25,090 

5,102!.^ 

156 

145,123 

345,354 

1,606,587 

25,259 

13,676 

642 

310 

25,825 

2,694 

86,544 



Value 



Number 
Average 'of Persons 



Value 



40 

22,475 

191 

34,614 



$11 

14,801 

4 

15 

24,206 

8,460 

2,675 

300 

12,310 

200 

177 

150 

189 

60 

158,681 

1,218 

2,299 

2,632 

224,425 

$122,327 

858 

47,133 

3,605 

50 

30 

3,350 

20 

1,140 

1,550 

20 

45 

2,948 

98 

5,116 

3,200 

45 

10,411 

1,420 

4,180 

4,700 

127 

116 

500 

13,465 

18,200 

$9,923 

120 

900 

828 

7,075 

1,000 

$546,351 

116,678 

11,920 

19,408 

11,707 

1,160 

44,574 

34,371 

107,389 

39,237 

63,241 

639 

1,620 

9,933 

4,933 

79,541 

$351,613 

4,000 

6,525 

955 

127,600 



$0,085 
0.038 
1.333 
0.150 
0.059 
0.033 
4.451 
0.025 
0.618 

0.199 
0.015 
1.400 
0.031 
0.010 
1.464 

0.013 
0.023 



$0,006 
0.019 
1.419 
2.000 
0.010 
0.136 
0.200 
0.205 
7.381 
0.200 
0.200 
0.201 
0.226 
0.218 
8.000 
0.018 
1.210 
0.225 
1.620 
0.004 
0.462 
5.800 
1.818 
1.826 



$4,000 
0.071 

11.040 
0.062 
0.067 



$0,526 
1.516 
0.774 
2.294 
7.436 
0.307 
0.100 
0.067 
1.553 
4.624 
0.995 
5.226 
0.385 
1.831 
0.919 



$100 .000 
0.290 
5.000 
3.686 



making 
return 



Av(rage 

Value to 

each 

Person 



62 
1 
1 

42 
111 

36 
1 

82 
1 
2 
1 
4 
2 
137 
5 

14 
1 
6 



238 
40 

121 

77 

3 

95 

90 

337 
32 
48 
11 
2 
12 
15 

331 



$8 

239 

4 

15 

576 

76 

74 

300 

150 

200 

89 

150 

47 

30 

1,1.58 

244 

164 

2,632 

37,404 



9 


$95 


7 


6,733 


19 


190 


1 


50 


1 


30 


i 


479 


1 


20 


32 


36 


3 


517 


1 


20 


5 


9 


41 


72 


4 


25 


41 


125 


1 


3,200 


2 


23 


21 


496 


7 


203 


3 


1.393 


2 


2,350 


4 


32 


2 


58 


1 


500 


3S 


354 


8 


2,275 



$120 

900 

414 

3,538 

1,000 



S490 

298 

160 

152 

387 

469 

382 

319 

1,226 

1,318 

58 

810 

828 

329 

240 



$4,000 

6,525 

955 

31,900 



* Leas than one one-hundredth of one cent. 



THE FISHERIES. 



53 



INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION BY NAME. FOR THE STATE — Concluded. 



Classification. 



B.isis 



Quantity 



Value 



Average 
Value 



Number 

of rcrsiins 

making 

return 



Average 
Value to 

each 
Person 



Products — Con. 

Vi'ha/c and Seal Products — Con. 

Whale oil (common), . . . . 

(sperm) 

Whales, 

Other Products. 

Irish moss (carrageen), 

Kelp and seaweed, .... 

Shells, scollop 



gallons 
gallons 
number 



barrels 

tons 

bushels 



133,818 
413,983 



7,055 

94 

100 



$37,756 

174,527 

250 



$25,015 

24,319 

666 

30 



$0,282 

0.422 

125.000 



$3,447 
7.085 
0.300 



7 

16 

1 



68 
4 
1 



$5,394 

10,908 

250 



$358 

167 

30 



RECAPITULATION OF AGGREGATES. FOR THE STATE. 



Classification. 



Value 



Aggregates. 

Livestments. 

Working capital 

Apparatus 

Salt and ice 

Products. 

Food fish 

Fish products, 

Food lish products, 

Shell fish, 

Whale and seal products, 

Other products, 



$5,338,828 

4,488,564 
599,267 
250,997 

$5,703,143 

4,647,914 

122,327 

9,923 

546,351 

351,613 

25,015 



Food Fish: By Name. 



[55] 



FOOD FISH: BY ISTAME. 



Bluefish. 



Counties, Cities, 








Counties, Cities, 








AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


BARNSTABLE, 


. 


. 


$15,428 


ESSEX -Con. 








Barnstable, 


pounds 


34,133 


2,063 


Nahaut, 


pounds 


130 


$11 


Bourne, 


pounds 


900 


70 


Newburypobt, 


. 


, , 


200 


Brewster, 




pounds 


10,425 


570 




number 


200 


100 


Chatham, 




pounds 


22.435 


1,046 


j 


pounds 


1,600 


100 


Dennis, 




pounds 


70,760 


3,278 










Eastham, 




pounds 


24,326 


1,442 










Falmouth, 




pounds 


2,600 


133 


NAN-TTTCKET. 


, , 


, 


$27,309 


Harwich, 




pounds 


22,889 


1,374 










Mashpee, 




pounds 


10,625 


650 


Nantucket, 


pounds 


489,975 


27,309 


Orleans, 




pounds 


855 


50 










Provincetown, . 


. 


. , 


1,943 












number 
pounds 


812 
39,428 


140 
1,803 


PLYMOUTH. 


■ 


• 


$339 


Truro, 
Wellfleet, . 


pounds 
pounds 
pounds 


28,076 
9,306 


1,548 
560 


Marion, 


pounds 


400 


40 


Yarmouth, . 


13,020 


701 


Mattapoisett, 
Wareham, . 


pounds 
pounds 


225 
3,512 


18 
281 


BRISTOL. 


■ 


• 


$2,099 


SUFFOLK. 






$2,666 


Dartmouth, 


pounds 


26,820 


1,.573 










Fairhaven, . 


pounds 


527 


37 


Boston, . 


pounds 


44,200 


2,652 


'S\ estpoit, . 


pounds 


7,940 


■ 489 
$6,559 


1 Revere, 


pounds 


200 


14 


. DUKES. 










Chilmark, . 


pounds 


6,000 


366 


RECA 


PITULA' 


riON, 




Edgartown, 
Gay Head, . 
Gosnold, . 


pounds 
pounds 
pounds 


71 950 


3,769 

76 

390 










1,100 
7,300 


1 THE 8' 


FATE. 




$54,735 


Tisburv, . 
"West tisbury, . 


pounds 
pounds 


30,160 
5,150 


1,691 

267 


Barnstable, . 
Bristol, . 
Dukes, . 






15,428 
2,099 
6,559 


ESSEX. 


• 


• 


$335 


Essex, . 
Nantucket, , 






335 

27,309 


Glodcester, . 


pounds 


400 


20 


Plymouth, 






339 


Marblehead, 


pounds 


900 


104 


Suffolk, . 






2,666 



Clams. 



Counties, Cities, 








Counties, Cities, 








AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


BARNSTABLE. 


• 


• 


$14,525 


BARNSTABLE 

— Con. 








Barnstable, 


. 


, . 


1,968 


Eastham, . 




. 


$805 




bushels 


1,090 


669 




barrels 


104 


208 




barrels 


18 


18 


(quahaugs), 


barrels 


329 


597 


(quahaugs), 


bushels 


120 


108 


Falmouth, . 


bushels 


75 


75 




barrels 


232 


873 


Mashpee, . 






251 


(razor-fish), 


barrels 


50 


300 


(quahaugs), 


barrels 


118 


251 


Bourne, 


. 


. 


2,474 • 


Orleans, 


, , 


, , 


1,092 




bushels 


350 


338 




bushels 


62 


46 


(quahaugs), 


barrels 


1,011 


2,136 




barrels 


164 


315 


Brewster, . 


. 


. 


193 


(quahaugs). 


barrels 


263 


731 




barrels 


47 


84 


Sandwich, . 


bushels 


20 


20 


(quahaugs), 


barrels 


58 


109 


Wellfleet, . 






6,166 


Chatham, . 


. 


• 


1,366 


(quahaugs), 


barrels 


2,610 


5,366 




bushels 


64 


42 


(razor-fish), 


barrels 


100 


800 


(quahaugs). 


barrels 


319 


1,324 


Yarmouth, 






95 


Dennis, 


, 


, , 


20 




bushels 


20 


20 


(quahaugs). 


barrels 


5 


20 


(quahaugs), 


barrels 


7ii 


75 



[57] 



58 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



FOOD FISH: BY NAME — Continued. 
Clams — Concluded. 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


BRISTOL. 


, , 


• • 


$11,926 


NANTUCKET. 


. 


f 


$1,991 


Dartmouth, 






1,461 


Nantucket, 


, , 


, , 


1,991 




bushels 


988 


970 




bushels 


718 


718 


(quahaugs), 


bushels 


495 


491 


(quahaugs). 


bushels 


1,465 


1,273 


Fairhaven, . 


bushels 


225 


2,450 
225 










(quahaugs), 


bushels 


2,852 


2,225 


PLYMOUTH. 


. 


• 


$5,384 


Freetown, . 


• 


, 


16 










(quahaugs), 


bushels 


200 


16 


Duxbury, . 


. 


. 


1,096 


New Bedford, 


, 


, , 


3,473 




bushels 


1,295 


1,036 




bushels 


924 


874 


(razor-fieh). 


barrels 


6 


60 


(quahaugs). 


bushels 


3,344 


2,599 


Ilingham, . 


bushels 


180 


108 


Somerset, . 


, , 


, , 


821 


Kingston, . 


bushels 


2,000 


1,440 


(quahaugs). 


bushels 


1,045 


821 


Marion, 


. . 


. 


225 


Swansea, . 






3,705 


(quahaugs). 


barrels 


150 


225 




bushels 


2,800 


2,600 


Mattapoisett, 


. 


. 


15 


(quahaugs). 


bushels 


1,271 


1,100 




bushels 


11 


11 










(quahaugs). 


bushels 


4 


4 










Plymouth, . 


. 


• 


2,500 


DUKES. 




. 


$12,531 




bushels 


2,349 


1,696 










(shucked) , 


gallons 


898 


804 


Chilmark, . 


bushels 


25 


25 










Edgartown, 


, . 


. 


12,345 












bushels 


1,705 


1,705 


SUFFOLK. 


• 


. 


$74,650 


(quahaugs), 


bushels 


14,154 


10,640 










Gav Head, . 


bushels 


10 


10 


Boston, 


bushels 


146,200 


73,050 


Tisbury, . 


bushels 


50 


151 

25 i 


M'inthrop, . 


bushels 


2,000 


1,600 


(quahaugs) , 




140 


126 
















RECAPITULATION. 




ESSEX. 


barrels 


3,080 


$84,440 
4,595 










Essex, 










Gloucester, , 


bushels 


11,050 


5,525 


THE STATE. 




$205,447 


Ipswich, 




. 


27,900 












bushels 


47,700 


23,850 


Barnstable, . 






14,525 




barrels 


2,700 


4,050 


Bristol, . 






11,926 


Newburtpobt, 


, , 


, 


34,290 


Dukes, . 






12,631 


(shucked). 


gallons 


112,725 


34,290 


Essex, . 






84,440 


Rowlev, 


barrels 


1,750 


2,650 


Nantucket, . 






1,991 


Salisbury, . 


. 


, , 


9,480 


Plymouth, 






5,384 


(shucked). 


gallons 


31,500 


9,480 


Suffolk, . 






74,650 



Cod (Fresh and Salted). 




THE FISHERIES. 



59 



FOOD FISH: BY NAME — Continued. 
Cod (Fresh and Salted) — Concluded. 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



DUKES — Con. 

West Tisbury, . 
(salted), . 

ESSEX. 



Beverly, . 

(fresh), 
(salted), 

Essex, 

(salted), 

Gloucester, 
(fresh), 
(salted), 

Ipswich, 

Marblehead, 

Newburypoet, 

Rockport, . 

Salem, 

Swampscott, 
(fresh), 
(salted), 



NANTUCKET. 

Nantucket, 
(fresh), 
(salted), . 

PLYMOUTH. 

Duxburj-, , 

(fresh), . 
(salted), . 



Basis 



pounds 



pounds 
pounds 



pounds 

pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 



Quantity 



Value 



pounds 
pounds 



pounds 
pounds 



pounds 
pounds 



13,400 



554,000 
3,235,690 



301,000 



15,329,112 

37,945,569 

36,000 

301,000 

110,100 

1,430,000 

125,000 



1,656,000 
12,000 



118,200 
414,100 



155,000 
1,800 



$346 
346 

$1,479,702 

86,993 

10,600 

76,393 

10,520 

10,520 

1,314,852 

264,917 

1,049,935 

670 

6,305 

2,037 

22,900 

1,975 

33,450 

33,120 

330 

$11,657 

11,657 
2,760 
8,897 

$5,061 

3,376 

3,250 

126 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



PLT:M0UTH— Con. 



Marshfield, 
(fresh), 
(salted), 

Plymouth, . 
(fresh), 
(salted), 

Scituate, 



SUFFOLK. 



Boston, 

(fresh), 
(salted), 

Winthrop, . 



Basis 



pounds 
pounds 

pounds 
pounds 
pounds 



pounds 
pounds 
pounds 



Quantity 



1,000 
1,000 

21,500 
11,700 
27,500 



4,226,000 

275,000 

15,000 



RECAPITULATION. 



THE STATE. 



Barnstable, 
Bristol, . 

Dukes, . 
Essex, . 
Nantucket, 
Plymouth, 
Suffolk, . 



Value 



$90 

30 

60 

1,045 

470 

576 

550 



$91,120 

90,670 

84,670 

6,000 

450 



$1,778,119 

178,843 

5,766 

5,970 

1,479,702 

11,657 

5,061 

91,120 



disk (Fresh and Salted). 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


ESSEX. 

Gloucester, . 

(fresh), . 


pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 

pounds 


• . 

2,179,181 

649,802 

162,000 

40,000 

838,500 


$42,767 

40,742 

25,610 

15,132 

1,625 

400 

$10,750 
10,750 


RECAPITULATION. 


(salted), . 
Rockport, . 
Swampscott, 

SUFFOLK. 
Boston, . 


THE STATE. 

Essex, = . . 

Suffolk 


$53,517 

42,767 
10,750 



Haddock (Fresh and Salted). 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



Basis " 



Quantity 



BARNSTABLE. 

Provincetown, . 
Truro, 

DUKES. 

Edgartown, 
Tisbury, . 



ESSEX. 

Beverly, . 

(fresh), 
(salted), . 

Gloucester, , 
(fresh'), 
(salted), . 

Marblehead, 

Neweuhyport, 

Rockport, . 

Salem, 

Swampscott, 



pounds 
pounds 



pounds 
pounds 



pounds 
pounds 



pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 



8,556,700 
875 



5,500 
300 



11,000 
60,000 



21,501,938 

1,489,753 

78,000 

31,800 

2,215,000 

.30,000 

534,000 



Value 



$81,436 

81,401 
35 

$129 

120 
9 

$384,584 

720 

220 

500 

341,922 

316,165 

25,757 

1,560 

422 

28,880 

400 

10,680 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



Basis 



Quantity 



NANTUCKET. 
Nantucket, 

SUFFOLK. 
Boston, 



pounds 



pounds 



94,800 



10,525,000 



RECAPITULATION . 



THE STATE. 

Barnstable 

Dukes, 

Essex, 

Nantucket 

Suffolk, 



Value 



$2,391 
2,391 

$180,100 
180,100 



$648,640 

81,436 

129 

■384,584 

2,391 

180,100 



60 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



FOOD FISH: BY NAME — Continued. 
Hake (Fkesii and Salted). 



CousTiEs, Cities, 
AKD Towns. 



Basis 



Quantity 



BARNSTABLE. 
Provincetown, . . pounds 

DUKES. 

Edgartown, . . pounds 
Tisbury, . . . ' pounds 
M'est Tiebury, . . pounds 



ESSEX. 

Gloucester, . 

(fresh), . . pounds 

(salted), . . pounds 

Marblehead, . . pounds 



150,000 



1,000 
5,600 
1,200 



4,960,692 

879,590 

2,500 



Value 



$750 
750 

$224 

20 

172 

32 

$61,850 

60,110 

43,336 

16,774 

50 



CocKTiES, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



Basis 



ESSEX — Con. 

Newburtport , 
Rockport, . 

SUFFOLK. 
Boston, 



pounds 
pounds 



pounds 



Quantity 



6,500 
162,000 



1,769,000 



RECAPITULATION. 



THE STATE. 



Barnstable, 
Dukes, . 
Essex, . 
Suffolk, . 



Halibut (Fkesh, Salted, and Smoked). 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



BARNSTABLE. 

Provincetown, . 
Truro, 

ESSEX. 



Beverly, . 

Essex, 

Gloucester, 
(fresh), 
(salted), 
(smoked), 

Marblehead, 

Rockport, . 



Basis 



Quantity 



pounds 
pounds 



pounds 
pounds 

pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 
pounds 



674,-509 
166 



5,323 

20,000 

7,267,979 

434,619 

3i,968 

100 

16,000 



Value 



$49,006 

48,991 
15 

$464,471 

379 

1,600 

460,882 

431,955 

26,704 

2,223 

10 

1,600 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



Basis 



Quantity 



SUFFOLK. 



Boston, 



pounds 269,900 



RECAPITULATION. 



THE STATE. 

Barnstable 

Essex, 

Suffolk 



Herring' (Fresh and Salted). 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


BARNSTABLE. 


. 


. 


$40,920 


DUKES. 


, 


. 


$420 


Barnstable, 


barrels 


50 


100 


Cottage City, . 


number 


5,000 


50 


Hourue, 




barrels 


5S 


91 


Edgartown, 


number 


8,000 


80 


Brewster, . 




, 


, , 


750 


Gav Head, . 


number 


15,000 


165 


(fresh), 




barrels 


900 


500 


Tisburv, . 


, 


, 


85 


(salted). 




barrels 


100 


250 




number 


3,000 


45 


Chatham, . 




barrels 


700 


950 




barrels 


20 


40 


Easthara, . 




barrels 


1,679 


2,975 


WestTisburv, . 


number 


2,800 


40 


Falmouth, . 




, 


. 


3,300 










(fresh). 




barrels 


1,925 


3,050 










(salted). 




barrels 


250 


2.50 


ESSEX. 


, , 


, 


$85,510 


Harwich, . 




barrels 


300 


375 


! 








Orleans, 




barrels 


80 


160 


Beverly, . 


barrels 


400 


215 


Provincetown, 




. 


, 


19,020 


Essex, 


barrels 


1,700 


1,700 


(fresh), 




barrels 


18,358 


16,495 


Gloucester, . 


, , 


, , 


59,690 


(salted), 




barrels 


1,709 


2,.525 


(fresh), . 


number 


200,000 


3,000 


Sandwich, . 




barrels 


75 


68 




pounds 


2,506,000 


35,231 


Truro, 




. 


. 


12,421 




barrels 


13,570 


14,473 


(fresh). 




barrels 


8, .587 


12,313 


(salted), . 


pounds 


100,000 


1,500 


(salted), 




barrels 


39 


108 




barrels 


3,141 


5,486 


Wellfleet, , 




barrels 


558 


710 


Ipswich, . 


barrels 


9,030 


5,460 










^iauchestcr, 


barrels 


1,000 


1,.500 










1 Marblehead, 


, , 


, , 


1,004 


BRISTOL. 


. 


, . 


$246 


1 (fresh), . 


barrels 


535 


88T 










(salted), . 


barrels 


70 


117 


Dartmouth, 


barrels 


146 


246 


■ Nahant, 


number 


905,000 


2,500 



THE FISHERIES. 



61 



FOOD FISH: BY NAME — Continued. 
Herring' (Fresh and Salted) — Concluded. 



ConNTiEs, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



Basis 



Quantity 



ESSEX — Con. 



Newbdrtport, 
Rockport, . 

(fresh), 
(salted), 

Rowley, 

Salem, 

(i^alted), 

Swampscott, 



NANTUCKET. 
Nantucket, 

NORFOLK. 
Cohasset, . 

PLYMOUTH. 
PljTnouth, . 



barrels 



barrels 
barrels 
barrels 



barrels 
barrels 



number 



number 



number 



11,080 

3,280 

85 

300 

360 

610 



15,000 



1,600 



300 



Value 



17,530 
3,391 
3,166 
225 
300 
1,000 
1,000 
1,220 

$190 
190 

$16 
16 

$2 
2 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



SUFFOLK. 



BOSTOH, 

(fresh), 
(salted). 

Revere, 

Winthrop, . 



Basis 



Quantity 



barrels 
barrels 
barrels 
barrels 



1,842 

30 

2,000 

3,000 



RECAPITULATION. 



THE STATE. 



Barnstable, 
Bristol, . 
Dukes, . 

Essex, . 
Nantucket, 
Norfolk, 
Plymouth, 
Suffolk, . 



Value 



$8,744 

1,994 
1,904 
90 
3,000 
3,750 



$136,048 

40,920 

246 

420 

85,510 

190 

16 

2 

8,744 



liObsters. 



Counties, Cities, 








Counties, Cities. 








AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


AND TOfl 


NS. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


BARNSTABLE. 


. 


. 


$18,715 


ESSEX - 


-Con. 








Barnstable, 


pounds 


19,466 


1,618 


Salisbury, . 




mimber 


1,200 


$120 


Bourne, 


pounds 


2,690 


269 


Swampscott, 


, , 


pounds 


28,500 


2,555 


Brewster, . 


number 


200 


15 












Chatham, . 


pounds 


167,828 


11,176 












Dennis, 


pounds 


1,782 


149 


NANTUCKET. 


, , 


, ^ 


$6,478 


Falmouth, . 


. 


. 


3,176 














number 


2,500 


250 


Nantucket, 


, , 


pounds 


80,100 


6,478 




pounds 


41,010 


2,926 












Orleans, 


pounds 


3,441 


287 












Provincetown, . 




. 


731 1 


NORFOLK. 


, , 


, ^ 


$13,520 




number 


5,122 


681 1 














pounds 


507 


50 1 


Cohasset, . 




number 


135,200 


13,520 


Sandwich, . 


number 


3,582 


1,096 1 
358 i 














pounds 


7,862 


738 


PLYMOUTH. 


, , 


, , 


$32,909 


Truro, 


pounds 


1,225 


115 












Yarmouth, 


pounds 


1,172 


83 


Duxbury, . 


, , 


pounds 


88,200 


4,380 










Hingham, . 






number 


900 


108 


BRISTOL. 


• 


• 


$5,193 


Hull, . 
Marion, 






pounds 
pounds 


98,300 
200 


9,170 
30 


Dartmouth, 


pounds 
pounds 
pounds 


8,797 


737 


]\Iarshfleld, 






pounds 


68,980 


4,140 


New Bedford, 
Westport, . 


55,857 
12,967 


3,678 
778 


llattapoisett, 
Plymouth, . 
Scituate, . 






pounds 
pounds 
pounds 


2,406 

209,258 

70,649 


237 

10,254 

4,590 


DUKES. 


, 


. 


$17,150 




















SUFFOLK. 


^ , 


. 


$13,169 


Chilmark, . 


pounds 


73,530 


4,310 












Edgartown, 


pounds 


5,300 


374 


Boston, . 




number 


70,100 


7,730 


Gaj- Head, . 


pounds 


7,500 


430 


Winthrop, . 




number 


58,300 


5,439 


Gosnold, . 
Tisburv, . 


pounds 


165,060 


8,685 












pounds 


40,600 


2,616 












Westtisbury, . 


pounds 


13,500 


735 




RECAl 


PITULA" 


riON. 




ESSEX. 


pounds 


2,500 


$34,626 
300 












Beverly, . 












Gloucester, . 


number 


64,250 


9,590 
5,550 




THE 81 


'ATE. 




$141,760 




pounds 


54,000 


4,040 


Barnstable, 








18,715 


Manchester, 


pounds 


14,200 


1,440 


Bristol, . 








5,193 


Marblehead, 


pounds 


152,100 


12,971 


Dukes, . 








17,150 


Nahant, 


pounds 


21,500 


1,850 ' 


Essex, . 








34,626 


Rockport, . 


pounds 


70,800 


3,900 


Nantucket, 








6,478 


Salem, 


, 


. 


1,900 


Norfolk, 








13,520 




number 


4,000 


600 


Plymouth, 








32,909 




pounds 


14,900 


1,300 


Suffolk, . 








13,169 



62 



CEN^SUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



FOOD FISH: BY NAME — Continued. 
Mackerel (Fkksii and Salted). 



CocKTiES, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



Basis 



Qimntity 



BARNSTABLE. 

Barnstable, 
Bourne, 



Brewster, 



Chatham, . 

(fresh), 
(salted), 

Dennis, 

(fresh), 
(salted), 

Eastbam, . 
(fresh), 
(tinker), 

Falmouth, . 

Harwich, . 

Orleans, 

Provincetown, 
(fresh). 



(horse), 

(salted). 
Sandwich, . 
Truro, 

(fresh), 



(horse), 



(tinker), 
Wellfleet, . 
(fresh), 



(salted), 
Yarmouth, 



BRISTOL. 

Dartmouth, 

Fairhaven, . 

(salted), . 

Fall River, 

New Bedfobd, 

Westport, . 
(fresh), 
(salted), . 



DUKES. 



Chilmark, . 

(fresh), 

(salted), 

Cottage City, 

Edgartown, 

(fresh), 

(salted). 
Gay Head, . 



Oosnold, 
Tiebury, 



number 

number 
barrels 

number 
barrels 

number 
barrels 

number 
barrels 

number 

barrels 

number 

number 

number 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

number 

barrels 

barrels 

number 



number 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

barrels 

barrels 



number 
pounds 
barrels 
number 



number 



barrels 

number 

number 



number 
barrels 



number 

barrels 

barrels 

number 

barrels 

barrels 



number 

barrels 

number 



number 
barrels 



31,600 

21,406 
120 

46,000 
90 

121,183 
990 

83,565 
675 

19,422 

8 

13,016 

41,701 

200 

355,324 

55,000 

151 

493 

4 

2,401 

27,310 

110,596 

725 

1 

40,000 

17 

62 

8,353 

1,000 

200 

35,885 



14,367 

268 

4,500 

17,500 

8,000 
170 



26,964 
12 
50 

48,900 

973 

15 

6,600 

6 

8,700 

2,900 
492 



Value 



$128,388 

2,325 

2,229 

1,029 

1,200 

2,750 

2,300 

450 

19,447 

7,907 

11,540 

12,904 

5,004 

7,900 

1,599 

1,585 

14 

870 

3,510 

10 

61,131 

28,517 

2,250 

795 

153 

16 

29,400 

1,790 

15,428 

7,758 

6,500 

5 

500 

510 

155 

2,922 

762 

100 

2,060 

1,473 



$8,046 

755 
4,020 
4,020 

270 
1,001 
2,000 

640 
1.360 



$18,402 

2,105 

1,961 

144 

350 

9,412 

3,205 

6,057 

150 

480 

420 

60 

997 

3,401 

266 

3,135 



CouxTiES, Cities, 
AND Towxs. 



Basis 



Quantity 



DUKES —Con. 
West Tisbury, . 



ESSEX. 



Beverly, . 

(fresh), 
(salted), 
Gloucester, 
(fresh), 



(salted), 

Manchester, 
Marblehead, 
Nahant, 
Newburtport, 



Rockport, . 
(fresh), 
(salted), 

Salem, 

(fresh), 

(salted), 

Swampscott, 

(fresh), 

(salted). 



NANTUCKET. 
Nantucket, 

PLYMOUTH. 

Duxbury, . 
Plj'mouth, . 
Scituate, 

SUFFOLK. 



Boston, 

(fresh), 

(salted), 
Revere, 
AVinthrop, . 



number 
barrels 



pounds 
barrels 

number 
pounds 
barrels 

pounds 

barrels 

barrels 

number 

pounds 

number 
barrels 

number 
barrels 

number 

barrels 

barrels 

number 
barrels 



number 
barrels 



number 
number 
number 



number 

barrels 

barrels 

number 

number 



16,534 
28 



1,000 
43 

1,004,805 

20,000 

965 

1,304,467 

21,813 

20 

15,000 

17,000 

500 
10 

44,400 
400 

4,000 
100 



411,000 

280 



525 
298 



76,250 
3,641 
5.640 



220,800 

249 

999 

10,000 

5,000 



Value 



$1,657 

1,500 

157 

$471,159 

650 

50 

600 

435,.539 

62,511 

1,900 

8,127 

4,111 

86,299 

272,591 

400 

1,580 

1,020 

210 

50 

160 

8,550 

4,550 

4,000 

1,240 

440 

500 

300 

21,970 

19,450 

2,520 

$3,761 

3,761 

66 

3,695 

$3,924 

3,100 
339 
485 

$37,095 

35,995 

17,430 

3,890 

14,675 

600 

500 



RECAPITULATION. 



THE STATE. 



Barnstable, 
Bristol, . 
Dukes, . 
Essex, . 
Nantucket, 
Plymouth, 
Suffolk, . 



$670,775 

128,388 

8,046 

18,402 

471,159 

3,761 

3,924 

37,095 



Oysters. 



CoDNTiES, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


BARNSTABLE. 
Barnstable, 


bushels 
barrels 


2,.589 
1,729 


$71,736 

14,990 i 
5,178 1 
9,812 1 


BARNSTABLE 
-Con. 
Bourne, 

(shucked). 


barrels 
gallons 


3,003 
725 


$14,830 

13,380 

1,450 



THE FISHERIES. 



63 



FOOD FISH: BY NAME — Continued. 
Oysters — Concluded. 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



Basis 



BARNSTABLE 

— Con. 
Chatham, . 



(shucked), 
Falmouth, . 



(shucked), 
Mashpee, . 

f planted), . 
Welllleet, . 



ESSEX. 
Newbury, . 



barrels 
gallons 



barrels 
gallons 



barrels 



bushels 
barrels 



bushels 



Quantity 



2,035 
400 

775 
200 

310 

27i 
5,934 



900 



Value 



$9,754 

9,150 

604 

5,015 

4,615 

400 

1,620 

1,620 

25,527 

243 

25,284 



$1,800 
1,800 



Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 



Basis 



Quantitj- 



PLYMOUTH. 



Marion, 

(native), 
Mattapoisett, 

(native), 
Wareham, . 



(shucked), 



bushels 
bushels 



bushels 
barrels 
gallons 



502 

140 

21,499 

200 

1,369 



RECAPITULATION. 



THE STATE. 



Barnstable, 
Essex, . 
Plymouth, 



Value 



$36,134 

496 

496 

143 

143 

35,495 

32,016 

1,000 

2,479 



$109,670 

71,736 

1,800 

36,134 



Pollock (Fresh and Salted). 



Counties, Cities, 








Counties, Cities, 










Basis 


Quantity 


Viilue 




Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


AND Towns. 






1 


and Towns. 








BARNSTABLE. 


. 


. 


$9,629 


ESSEX -Con. 








Provincetown, . 






4,684 


Salem, 


pounds 


20,000 


$100 


(fresh), . 


pounds 
barrels 


352,644 
603 


1,928 
796 


Swampscott, 


pounds 


92,000 


1,020 


(salted), . 


pounds 


112,000 


1,960 










Truro, 


pounds 


716,166 


4,945 


NANTUCKET. 
Nantucket, 


* * 


• • 


$1,089 
1,089 


BRISTOL. 


. 


, , 


$25 


(fresh), . 


pounds 


29,800 


619 










(salted), . 


pounds 


44,400 


470 


Fall River, . 


pounds 


2,500 


25 


SUFFOLK. 






$7,275 


DUKES. 


, , 


, 


$34 


















Boston, 


pounds 


835,000 


6,925 


Edgartown, 


number 


500 


10 


Winthrop, . 


pounds 


15,000 


350 


Tisbury, 


. 


. 


24 










(salted), . 


pounds 


2,400 


24 


RECA 


PITULA 


TION. 




ESSEX. 


* 


• 


$40,672 
34,797 










Gloucester, . 


THE 8 


TATE. 




$58,724 


(fresh). 


pounds 


2,251,805 


13,596 










(salted), . 


pounds 


1,272,535 


21,201 


Barnstable, . 






9,629 


Ipswich, 


pounds 


20,000 


175 


Bristol, . 






25 


Marblehead, 


pounds 


169,500 


1,380 


Dukes, . 






34 


Neweuryport, 


pounds 


62,000 


410 


Essex, . 






40,672 


Rockport, . 


pounds 


492,000 


2,760 


Nantucket, . 






1,089 


Rowley, . 


pounds 


3,000 


30 


Suffolk, . 






7,276 



Scollops. 



Counties. Cit 


ES, „ . 






Counties, Cities, 








AND Towns 


Basis 


Quantity 


Value 


AND Towns. 


Basis 


Quantity 


\ alue 


BARNSTABl 


LE. . 


. 


$22,519 


BRISTOL. 


. 




$15,477 


Barnstable, 


. gallons 


1,242 


1,226 


Dartmouth, 


gallons 


395 


337 


Bourne, 


. gallons 


4,546 


3,814 


Fairhaven, . 


gallons 


7,5.53 


6,694 


Chatham, 




. gallons 


17,141 


15,373 


New Bedford, 


gallons 


8,602 


8,446 


Dennis, 




. gallons 


208 


107 










Falmouth, 




. gallons 


70 


70 










Harwich, 




. gallons 


10 


12 


DUKES. 


, 


^ , 


$5,954 


Orleans, 




. gallons 


695 


820 










Wellfleet, 




. gallons 


10 


4 


Edgartown, 


gallons 


3,885 


5,205 


Yarmouth, 


. gallons 


1,183 


1,093 


Tisbury, . 


gallons 


820 


749 



64 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



FOOD FISH: BY NAME — Concluded. 
ScoHops — Concluded. 




RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



Classification. 



Value 



THE STATE. 



Bluefish, . 

Clams, 

Cod, 

Cusk, 

Haddock, 

Hake, 

Halibut, . 

Herring, . 

Lobsterp, 

Mackerel, 

Oysters, . 

Pollock, . 

Scollops, . 

Other food fish, 



$5,194,265 

' 54,735 

205,447 

1,778,119 

53,517 
648,640 

83,399 
542,007 
136,048 
141,760 
670,775 
109,670 

58,724 

79,541 
631,883 



Vessels (Registered) and Boats: 



By Towns. 



[65] 



VESSELS (REGISTERED) AND BOATS. 



[" Registered " vessels include only those whose measurement is five tons or more. 
*' registered " at the United States Custom Houses.] 



All such vessels are 



CouxTiES, Cities, 








Counties, Cities, 








Towns, axi> Kinds of 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Towns, and Kinds of 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Vessels and Boats. 








Vessels and Boats. 








BARXSTABLE. 








B ARNSTA BLE - Con. 








Barnstable. 


98 


58.08 


$7,329 


Denuis — Con. 








Vessels. 


9 


68.08 


$3,975 


Boats — Con. 








Catboats, 


5 


30.39 


1,650 


Seine boats, . 


4 


_ 


$1,060 


Sloops, .... 


3 


22.69 


1,325 


Skiffs, .... 


7 


- 


57 


Steamers, 


1 


5.00 


1,000 


Whale boats, . 


2 


- 


100 


Boats. 


89 


- 


$3,354 


Eastbam. 


27 


_ 


$923 


Dories, .... 


23 


_ 


238 










Oyster boats, . 


15 


_ 


265 


Boats. 


27 


_ 


$928 


Row boats. 

Sail boats, 
Seine boats, . 


8 
17 

1 


: 


134 

2,355 

100 


Dories, .... 
Sailboats, 


22 
5 


- 


153 
775 


Skiffs 


25 


_ 


262 


















Falmoiitli. 


95 


80.27 


$10,28r 


Boarne. 


110 


40.45 


$8,836 


















Vessels. 


5 


80.27 


$6,225 


Vessels. 


7 


40.45 


$3,200 


Catboats, 


1 


5.91 


300 


Catboats, 


4 


22.52 


1,800 


Schooners, 


1 


31.18 


1,500 


Sloops 


3 


17.93 


1,400 


Sloops 


2 


26.60 


425 










Steamers, 


1 


16.58 


4,000 


Boats. 


103 


_ 


$5,636 










Dories, .... 


5 




59 


Boats. 


90 


— 


$4,062 


Row boats, 


2 


_ 


119 


Dories 


8 


- 


110 


Sailboats, 


22 


_ 


4,635 


Oyster boats, . 


1 


- 


100 


Scows 


3 


_ 


50 


Row boats. 


12 


- 


1.50 


Sharpies, 


5 


_ 


100 


Sail boats. 


24 


- 


3,015 


Skiffs 


66 


_ 


673 


Seine boats, , 


1 


- 


100 










Sharpies, 


12 


- 


144 


Brewster. 


17 


- 


$351 


Skiffs, .... 
Weir boats, . 


30 

2 


"" 


393 
50 


Boats. 


17 


_ 


$351 










Dories 


12 


_ 


122 


Harwieh. 


26 


42.59 


$5,295 


Sail boats. 

Scows 


1 
1 


- 


25 
100 


Vessels. 


6 


42.59 


$4,350 


Skiffs 


1 


_ 


4 


Catboats, 


3 


22.55 


2,300 


Whale boats, . 


2 


- 


100 


Sloops 


3 


20.04 


2,050 


Cbatham. 


265 


317.55 


$35,521 


Boats. 


20 


- 


$945 










Dories, .... 


11 


_ 


141 


Vessels. 


25 


317.55 


$19,125 


Row boats. 


1 


- 


50 


Catboats, 


20 


107.62 


9,275 


Sail boats. 


3 


- 


670 


Schooners, 


4 


203.28 


J ■ 

9,350 


Skiffs 


4 


- 


24 


Sloops 


1 


6.65 


500 


Weir boats, . 


1 


- 


60 


Boats. 


240 


- 


$16,396 


]TIashpee. 


10 


_ 


$142 


Dories 


157 


_ 


1,855 










Oyster boats, . 


11 


^ 


610 


Boats. 


10 


- 


$142 


Row boats, . 
Sail boats, 


4 
59 


: 


58 
12,760 


Oyster boats, . 
Sail boats. 


2 
2 


- 


30 
60 


Scows 


1 


- 


125 


Skiffs, .... 


6 


_ 


52 


Seine boats, . 


4 


_ 


960 










Skiffs 


4 


_ 


28 


















Orleans. 


27 


- 


$514 


Deimis. 


74 


301.79 


$19,073 


Boats. 


27 


_ 


$514 


Vessels. 


15 


301.79 


$16,620 


Dories 


13 


_ 


121 


Catboats, 

Schooners, 

Sloops 


4 
9 

2 


24.54 

259.30 

17.95 


1,800 

13,920 

900 


Row boats. 

Sail boats. 

Skiffs 


3 

3 

8 


- 


21 
305 

67 


Boats. 


59 


_ 


$2,453 


Provi ncetown. 


486 


3,610.84 


$184,267 


Dories, .... 
Punts, .... 


36 
1 


- 


437 
4 


Vessels. 


59 


3,610.84 


$160,910 


Row boats. 


4 


_ 


115 


Schooners, 


47 


3,472.20 


141,710 


Sail boats. 


4 


_ 


665 


Sloops, .... 


10 


103.76 


6,5ii0 


Scows, .... 


1 


- 


15 


Steamers, 


2 


34.88 


12,700 



[67] 



68 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



VESSELS AND BOATS — Continued. 



CorKTiES, Cities, 








CouKTiES, Cities, 








Towxs, AND Kinds of 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Towns, and Kinds of 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Vesskls and Boats. 








Vessels and Boats. 








BARNSTABLE — Con. 




1 




BRISTOL -Con. 








Proviiioelown-Con. 








Digliton. 


10 


- 


$322 


Boats. 


427 


- 


$23,357 


Boats. 


10 


- 


$322 


Dories 


362 


_ 


6,442 


Row boats. 


6 


_ 


187 


Sail boats, 


32 


- 


5,240 


Seine boats, , 


1 


- 


100 


Scows, .... 


5 


_ 


950 


Skiffs, .... 


3 


- 


35 


Seine boats, . 


7 


- 


1,075 










Steam launches, . 
Whale boats, . 


6 
15 


• 


8,200 
1,450 


Faii-Iiaveii. 


108 


158.58 


$9,881 










Vessels. 


4 


158.58 


$5,750 


SaiKlwlcb. 


19 


- 


$632 


Schooners, 


4 


158.58 


5,750 


Boata. 


19 


- 


$632 


Boats. 


104 


_ 


$4,131 


Dories 

Sail boats. 

Scows, .... 

Seine boats, . 

Skiffs, .... 


8 
5 
1 
2 

1 


- 


139 

280 

25 

110 

3 


Dories 

Row boats. 


53 
5 


- 


530 
52 


- 


Sail boats. 

Skiffs, .... 


26 
20 


~ 


3,375 
174 


Weir boats, . 


2 


- 


75 


















FAL.I, RIVER. 


6 


24.80 


$5,375 


Truro. 


70 


_ 


$8,573 


















Vessels, 


1 


24.80 


$5,000 


Boats. 


70 


- 


$8,573 


Steamers, 


1 


24.80 


5,000 


Dories, .... 


35 


_ 


458 










Punts, .... 


3 


_ 


15 


Boats, 


5 


- 


$375 


Row boats, 

Sail boats. 

Scows, .... 


7 

13 

8 


"* 


30 
3,525 
1,170 


Sail boats, 
Seine boats, . 


2 
3 


- 


150 
225 


Seine boats, . 


1 


_ 


175 










Steam launches, . 


3 


- 


3,200 


Freetotm. 


4 


20.99 


$436 


ll\'t'IlflOOt. 


85 


106.84 


$9,312 


Vessels. 


1 


20.99 


$400 










Schooners, 


1 


20.99 


400 


Vessels. 


8 


106.84 


$4,260 










Catbo.its, 


2 


10.84 


410 


Boats. 


3 


- 


$36 


Schooners, 


1 


61.11 


2,000 


Skiffs, .... 


3 


_ 


36 


Sloops, .... 


5 


34.89 


1,850 










Boats. 


77 


- 


$5,052 


NEW REDFORD. 


290 


7,848.12 


$261,312 


Dories 

Punts, .... 


33 

6 


- 


303 
42 


Vessels. 


47 


7,848.12 


$240,504 


Row boats. 


2 


_ 


55 


Barks 


20 


4,728.84 


134,419 


Sail boats, 


31 


_ 


4,285 


Brigs, 




1 


121.19 


2,500 


Seine boats, . 


1 


_ 


200 


Catboats, 




1 


6.99 


250 


Sharpies, 


1 


- 


150 


Schooners, 




17 


1,441.76 


16,750 


Skiffs 


3 


- 


17 


Ships, . 
Sloops, . 




1 
4 


387.92 
36.53 


500 
1,085 


Ynriiioiitli. 


50 


42.10 


$4,265 


Steamers, 




3 


1,124.89 


85,000 


Vessels. 


5 


42.10 


$2,750 


Bouts. 


243 


- 


$20,808 


Catboats, 

Schooners, 

Sloops 


2 
2 
1 


14.47 

22.00 

5.63 


1,300 

1,200 

250 


Sail boats, 
Seine boats, . 

Skiffs 

Whale boats, . 


41 

1 

60 

141 


- 


7,571 

50 

687 

12,500 


Boats. 


45 


_ 


$1,515 










Dories 


8 


_ 


88 


Ruj'uUaiu. 


6 


- 


$165 


Row boats. 


1 


_ 


25 










t-'ail boats. 


4 


_ 


1,050 


Boats. 


6 


— 


$165 


Skiffs 


32 


- 


352 


Skiffs 


6 


- 


165 


BRISTOL. 








Somerset. 


43 


- 


$1,725 


Rorkley. 


3 


- 


$137 


Boats. 


43 


- 


$1,725 


Boats. 


3 


- 


$137 


Row boats. 
Sail boats. 


21 
4 


- 


968 
360 


Seine boats, . 


1 


_ 


100 


Seine boats, . 


1 


_ 


100 


Skiffs 


2 


- 


37 


Skiffs, .... 


17 


- 


297 


I>nrliiioulh. 


64 


11.63 


$2,077 


Swansea. 


12 


- 


$135 


Vessels. 


1 


11.63 


$300 


Boats. 


12 


- 


$135 


Sloops, .... 


1 


11.63 


300 


Row boats, . 


2 


_ 


50 










Skiffs 


10 


- 


85 


Boats. 


63 


- 


$1,777 










Punts 


2 




30 










Sail boats. 


10 


_ 


1,065 


TAUXTON. 


3 


- 


$25 


Scows 


3 


_ 


50 










Sharpies, . . . ' 


19 


_ 


204 


Boats. 


3 


- 


$25 


Skiffs 

1 


29 


~ 


428 


Row boats, . 


3 


■" 


25 



THE nSHEKIES. 



69 



VESSELS AND BOATS — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, 








Counties, Cities, 








Towns, and Kinds of 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Towns, and Kinds of 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Vessels and Boats. 








Vessels and Boats. 








BRISTOL -Con. 








DUKES — Con. 








IVestport. 


34 


29.75 


$4,765 


^'est Tisbar.T. 


45 


14.88 


$2,469 


Vessels, 


2 


29.75 


$1,300 


Vessels. 


1 


14.88 


$900 


Schooners, , . , 


2 


29.75 


1,300 


Schooners, 


1 


14.88 


900 


Boats. 


32 




$3,465 


Bouts. 


44 


- 


$1,569 


Row boats. 

Sail boats, 

Seine boats, . 

Skiffs 


1 
14 

1 
16 


- 


15 

3,075 

100 

275 


Dories 

Sail boats. 

Scows, .... 

Sharpies, 

Skiffs 


2» 
9 
4 
4 
3 


- 


314 

965 

170 

65 

30 










Whale boats, . 


1 


- 


25 


DUKES. 








ESSEX. 








C'liilinarb:. 


78 


- 


$4,260 


BET£RIiT. 


102 


884.66 


$56,275 


Soats. 


78 


- 


$4,260 


Vessels. 


14 


884.66 


$54,900 


Dories, .... 

Sail boats, 


41 
23 


- 


517 
2,755 


Schooners, 


14 


884.66 


54,900 


Scows, .... 
Skiffs, .... 


2 

7 


- 


150 

58 


Boats. 


88 


- 


$1,375 


Steam launches. 


1 


i. 


700 


Dories 


' 84 


_ 


1,282 


AVhale boats, . 


2 


_ 


40 


Row boats. 


3 


_ 


18 


Yawls, .... 


2 


- 


40 


Seine boats, . 


1 


- 


75 


Cottage City. 


2 


7.35 


$360 


Essex. 


25 


214.85 


$10,055 


Vessels. 


1 


7.35 


$350 


Vessels. 


3 


214.85 


$9,700 


Sloops, .... 


1 


7.35 


350 


Schooners, 


3 


214.85 


9,700 










Boats. 


22 


_ 


$355 


Boats. 


1 


- 


$10 


Dories, .... 


22 


_ 


355 


Skiffs 


1 


- 


10 


















OliOlTCESTEK. 


2,822 


27,893.04 


$1,714,556 


Kdgartown. 


126 


40.47 


$12,062 


















Vessels. 


380 


27,893.04 


$1,647,059 


Vessels. 


6 


40.47 


$2,600 


Schooners, 


357 


27,635.83 


1.628,409 


Cathoats, 


3 


18.11 


1,350 


Sloops, .... 


23 


257.21 


■ 18,650 


Sloops 


3 


22.36 


1,250 


















Boats. 


2,442 


- 


$67,497 


Boats. 


120 




$9,462 


Dories 


2,265 


_ 


30,983 








Sail boats, 


62 


„ 


12,959 


Dories, .... 


23 


- 


303 


Seine boats, . 


111 


_ 


23,350 


Sail boats, 


63 


- 


8,805 


Seine dories, . 


4 


_ 


205 


Sharpies, 


4 


_ 


66 










Skiffs 


30 


- 


288 


Ipswieh. 


74 


- 


$1,409 


day Head. 


25 


- 


$1,472 


Boats. 


74 


- 


$1,409 


Bouts. 


25 


- 


$1,472 


Dories 


74 


- 


1,409 


Dories 


11 


- 


117 


Manchester. 


13 


25.88 


$2,580 


Sail boats, 


11 


. 


1,265 










Scows 


1 


- 


75 


Vessels. 


2 


25.88 


$2,400 


Sharpies, 


1 


_ 


10 










Skiffs, .... 


1 




5 


Schooners, 


1 


13.30 


1,000 










Sloops, .... 


1 


12.58 


1,400 


OoMiiold. 


70 


16.18 


$8,105 


Boats. 


11 


_ 


$180 


Vessels. 


1 


16.18 


$1,000 


Dories 


11 


- 


180 


Schooners, 


1 


16.18 


1,000 


marblehead. 


41 


45.84 


$3,237 


Boats, 


69 


_ 


$7,105 


Vessels. 


4 


45.84 


$2,050 


Dories, .... 


3 


_ 


32 


Schooners, 


3 


39.91 


1,650 


Sail boats. 


25 


_ 


6,575 


Sloops, .... 


1 


5.93 


400 


Skiffs, .... 


41 


_ 


498 


















Boats. 


37 


- 


$1,187 


Tisbury. 


86 


148.90 


$9,578 


Dories, .... 


36 


_ 


887 










Sail boats. 


1 


- 


300 


Vessels. 


12 


148.90 


$6,050 










Catboats, 


4 


23.30 


1,450 


Kaltant. 


9 


54.41 


$539 


Schooners, 

Sloops 


6 
2 


110.75 
14.85 


3,700 
900 


Vessels. 


2 


54.41 


$400 










Schooners, 


1 


49.41 


200 


Boats. 


74 


- 


$3,528 


Sloops, .... 


1 


5.00 


200 


Dories, .... 

Sail boats, 


41 

20 


- 


608 
2,795 


Boats. 


7 


- 


$139 


Skiffs 


13 


- 


125 


Dories 


7 


— 


139 



70 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



VESSELS AND BOATS — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, 
Towns, and Kinds of 
Vessels and Boats. 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Counties, Cities, 

Towns, and Kinds of 

Vessels and Boats. 


Number 


Tonnage 


A'alue 


ESSEX — Con. 








NORFOLK. 








Bfewbury. 


3 


- 


$45 


Cohasset. 


41 


- 


$1,347 


Boats. 


3 


_ 


$45 


Boats. 


41 


- 


$1,347 


Dories 


3 


- 


45 


Dories, .... 
Sail boats. 


40 
1 


- 


1,247 
100 


KEWBITKYI'OKT. 

Vessels. 

Schooners, 

Sloops 


91 

3 

2 
1 


27.95 

27.95 

19.94 
8.01 


$3,345 

$1,440 

740 
700 


PLYMOUTH. 
I>iixbury. 

Vessels. 


35 
1 


12.03 
12.03 


$3,565 
$1,400 


Boats. 


88 


- 


$1,905 


Schooners, 


1 


12.03 


1,400 


Dories, .... 
Seine boats, . 

Rockport. 


80 
8 

97 


378.80 


1,465 
440 

$24,117 


Boats. 

Dories 

Sail boats, 
Seine boats, . 


34 

20 
13 

1 


- 


$2,165 

255 

1,720 

190 


Vessels. 

Schooners, 

Sloops 


15 

13 

2 


• 378. SO 

362.02 
16.78 


$22,050 

21,550 
500 


Hingliaiu. 

Boats. 


6 
6 


- 


$115 
$115 


Boats. 

Dories 

Sail boats, 
Seine boats, . 


82 

77 
3 
2 


- 


$2,067 

992 
575 
500 


Dories, .... 
Sail boats, 

Hull. 


5 

1 

18 


- 


75 
40 

$995 


Roirley. 

Boats. 
Dories, .... 


9 

9 
9 


- 


$148 

$148 
148 


Boats. 

Dories 

Row boats, . 
Sail boats. 


18 

14 
2 
2 


- 


$995 

445 

50 
500 


SXI.KX. 


22 


83.37 


$3,899 


Kiugstou. 


2 


- 


$13 


Vessels. 

Schooners, 

Sloops 

Boats. 
Dories 

SaliHbury. 


4 

2 
o 

18 
IS 

18 


83.37 

57.31 
26.06 


$3,600 

1,800 
1,800 

$299 
299 

$331 


Boats. 
Dories, .... 

::viariou. 

Boats. 

Row boats, 

Sail boats. 

Skiffs 


2 
2 

49 

49 

1 

23 
25 


- 


$13 
13 

$7,736 

$7,726 

10 

7,480 

246 


Boats. 
Dories 


18 
18 


: 


$331 
331 


::tlai'!«lifiel<l. 


19 


- 


$830 


SnanipNCOtt. 

Vessels. 


20 

7 


193.55 
193.55 


$12,895 
$12,300 


Boats. 

Dories, .... 
Sail boats. 


19 

12 

7 


~ 


$830 

220 
610 


Schooners, 

Sloops, .... 


6 

1 


185.69 
7.86 


11,400 
900 


^lattaitoisett. 


31 


14.34 


$2,972 


Boats. 


13 


- 


$595 


Vessels. 


2 


14.34 


$900 


Dories, .... 

Sail boats, 
Seine boats, . 


11 
1 
1 


- 


245 
250 
100 


Catboats, 

Sloops, .... 

Boats. 


1 
1 

29 


6.96 
7.38 


500 
400 

$2,072 


MIDDLESEX. 
MEI>FORD. 

Boats. 


7 
7 


- 


$124 
$124 


Dories, .... 

Row boats, 

Sail boats, 

Skiffs, .... 


1 

2 

12 

14 


- 


10 

38 

1,875 

149 


Dories 

Scows 


4 
3 


- 


100 
24 


mi(l<lIeborou|j:li. 

Boats. 


1 

1 


~ 


$25 
$25 


NANTUCKET. 








Dories 


1 


- 


25 


Nniitii4-kct. 


191 


167.40 


$22,554 


Xorwell. 


1 


_ 


$25 


Vessels. 

CatboatB, 

Sloops 


21 

20 

1 


167.40 

151.82 
15.58 


$14,500 

13,800 
700 


Boats. 
Skiffs 


1 

1 


- 


$25 
25 


Boats. 


170 


- 


$8,054 


Pl.riiioiilli. 


98 


11.78 


$3,217 


Dories 

Pail boats, 

t^kiffs 


126 
34 
10 


[ 


2,020 

5,920 

114 


IV.vSfj/s. 
Schooners, 


1 
1 


11.78 
11.78 


$500 
500 



THE FISHERIES. 



71 



VESSELS AND BOATS — Continued. 



CorNTiES, Cities, 








Counties, Cities, 








Towns, and Kinds of 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Towns, and Kinds op 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


Vessels and Boats. 








Vessels and Boats. 








PLrMOUTH — Con. 








SUFFOLK — Con. 








Plyiiioutli — Con. 








BOSTON — Con. 








Boats. 


97 


_ 


$2,717 


Vessels — Con. 








Dories, .... 


71 


- 


1,030 


Sloops, .... 


7 


70.17 


$2,825 


Row boats. 


4 


- 


62 


Steamers, 


1 


7.91 


3,330 


Sail boats, 


14 


- 


1,420 










Seine boats, . 


1 


- 


125 


Boats. 


387 


- 


$10,451 


Sharpies, 


2 


- 


35 


Dories 


336 


_ 


5,-592 


Skiffs 


5 


~ 


45 


Row boats. 


27 


_ 


559 










Sail boats, 


3 


- 


300 


Scitiiate. 


105 


- 


$2,420 


Seine boats, . , 


10 


- 


1,250 










^VTiale boats, . 


11 


- 


2,750 


Boats. 


105 


- 


$2,420 










Dories, .... 


79 


_ 


865 


Revere. 


5 


22.72 


$1,335 


Sail boats, 


23 


- 


1,520 










Skiffs 


3 


- 


35 


Vessels. 


1 


22.72 


$300 










Schooners, 


1 


22.72 


300 


'%V»reliam. 


143 


- 


$11,617 


















Boats, 


4 


- 


$1,035 


Boats. 


143 


- 


$11,617 


Dories 


2 


_ 


15 


Oyster boats, . 


1 


_ 


100 


Sail boats. 


1 


- 


1,000 


Row boats, 


13 


- 


22 


Seine boats, . 


1 


- 


20 


Sail boats. 


44 


- 


10,510 










Skiffs 


85 


- 


985 


^Vliitlirop. 


30 


35.53 


$2,130 


SUFFOLK. 








Vessels. 


1 


35.53 


$1,000 


BOSTO?;. 


436 


3,408.93 


$211,306 


Steamers, 


1 


35.53 


1,000 


Vessels. 


49 


3,408.93 


$200,855 


Boats. 


29 


- 


$1,130 


Barks 


2 


695.10 


36,000 


Dories, .... 


18 


- 


380 


Brigs 


1 


103.21 


12,000 


Sail boats. 


9 


- 


650 


Schooners, 


38 


2,532.54 


146,700 


Seine boats, . 


2 


" 


100 



RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES. 











Average 










Average 


Counties, and 








Value 


Coonties, and 








\ alue 


Kinds of Vessels 


Num- 
ber 


Tonnage 


Value 


of Each 
Kind 


Kinds of Vessels 


Num- 
ber 


Tonnage 


Value 


ol Kach 
Kind 


AND Boats. 








of Vessel 
or Boat 


and Boats. 








of Vessel 
or Boat 


BARNSTABLE. 


1,459 


4,600.51 


$295,325 


- 


BRISTOL -Con. 










Vessels. 


139 


4,600.51 


$221,415 


~ 


Boats — Con. 










Catboats, 


41 


238.84 


18,835 


$459 


Row boats, . 


38 


_ 


$1,297 


$34 


Schooners, , 


64 


4,049.07 


169,680 


2,651 


Sail boats. 


97 


_ 


15,596 


161 


Sloops, . 


30 


2.56.14 


15,200 


507 


Scows, . 


3 


- 


50 


17 


Steamers, 


4 


56.48 


17,700 


4,425 


Seine boats, . 


8 


_ 


675 


84 












Sharpies, 


19 


_ 


204 


11 


Boats. 


1,320 


- 


$73,910 


_ 


Skiffs, . 


166 


_ 


2,219 


13 


Dories, . 


733 


_ 


10,666 


$15 


Whale boats. 


141 


- 


12,500 


89 


Oyster boats, 


29 


- 


1,005 


35 












Punts, . 


10 


- 


61 


6 












Row boats, . 


44 


- 


757 


17 


DUKES. 


432 


227.78 


$38,306 


. 


Sail boats. 


225 


- 


39,645 


176 












Scows. . 


20 


- 


2,435 


122 


Vessels. 


21 


227.78 


$10,900 


_ 


Seine boats, . 
Sharpies, 
Skiffs, . 


21 

18 

187 


"* 


3,780 

394 

1,932 

11,400 


180 
22 
10 


Catboats, 
Schooners, . 


7 
8 


41.41 
141.81 


2,800 
5,600 


$400 

700 


SteaiB launches, . 


9 


_ 


1,267 


Sloops, . ... 


6 


44.56 


2,500 


417 


Weir boats, . 


5 


_ 


185 


37 












Whale boats, 


19 




1,650 


87 


Boats. 


411 


- 


$27,406 


- 












Dories, . 


142 


_ 


.1,891 


$13 


BRISTOL. 


583 


8,093.87 


$286,355 


_ 


Sail boats, 


151 


_ 


23,160 


153 


Vessels. 


56 


8,093.87 


$253,254 


- 


Scows, . 
Sharpies, 


7 
9 


- 


395 
141 


56 
16 


Barks, . 


20 


4,728.84 


134,419 


$6,721 


Skiffs, . 


96 


_ 


1,014 


11 


Brigs, . 


1 


121.19 


2,500 


2,500 


Steam launches, . 


1 


- 


700 


700 


Catboats, 


1 


6.99 


2.50 


250 


Whale boats. 


3 


_ 


65 


22 


Schooners, . 


24 


1,651.08 


24,200 


1,008 


Yawls, , 


2 


_ 


40 


20 


Ships, . 


1 


387.92 


500 


500 












Sloops, . 


5 


48.16 


1,385 


277 












Steamers, 


4 


1,149.69 


90,000 


22,500 


ESSEX. 


3,346 


29,802.35 


$1,833,431 


- 


Boats. 


527 


- 


$33,101 


- 


Vessels. 


434 


29,802.35 


$1,755,899 


j ~ 


Dories, . 


53 


_ 


530 


$10 


Schooners, . 


402 


29,462.92 


1,731,349 


$4,307 


Punts, . 


2 


— 


30 


15 


Sloops, . 


32 


339.43 


24,550 


767 

1 



72 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



VESSELS AND BOATS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES — Concluded. 











Average 










Average 
Value 

of Each 
Kind 


Counties, and 
Kinds of Vessels 


Num- 
ber 


Tonnage 


Value 


Value 

of Each 

Kind 


Counties, and 
Kinds of Vessels 


Num- 
ber 


Tonnage 


Value 


AND Boats. 








of Vessel 
or Boat 


and Boats. 








ol Vessel 
or Boat 


ESSEX - Con, 










PLYMOUTH. 


508 


38.15 


$33,530 


- 


Boats. 


2,912 


_ 


$77,532 


- 


Vessels. 


4 


38.15 


$2,800 


- 


Dories, . 


2,715 


_ 


38,760 


$14 


Catboats, 


1 


6.96 


500 


$500 


Row boats, . 


3 


_ 


18 


6 


Schooners, . 


2 


23.81 


1,900 


950 


Sail boats, 


67 


- 


14,084 


210 


Sloops, . 


1 


7.38 


400 


400 


Seine boats, . 


123 


- 


24,465 


199 












Seine dories. 


4 


- 


205 


51 


Boats. 


504 


- 


$30,730 


- 












Dories, . 


205 


_ 


2,938 


$14 


MIDDLESEX. 


7 


- 


$124 


— 


Oyster boats. 


1 


- 


100 


100 












Row boats, . 


22 


- 


182 


8 


Boats. 


7 


- 


$124 


— 


Sail boats. 


139 


- 


25,675 


185 












Seine boats, . 


2 


_ 


315 


158 


Dories, . 


4 


- 


100 


$25 


Sharpies, 


2 


_ 


35 


18 


Scows, . 


3 


" 


24 


8 


Skiffs, . 


133 


- 


1,485 


11 


NANTUCKET. 


191 


167.40 $22,554 


- 




















SUFFOLK. 


471 


3,467.18 


$214,771 


_ 


Vessels. 


21 


167.40 


5fl4,oUU 


— 












t'atboats. 


20 


151.82 


13,800 


$690 


Vessels. 


51 


3,467.18 


$202,155 


- 


Sloops, . 


1 


15.58 


700 


700 


Barks, . 


2 


695.10 


36,000 


$18,000 












Brigs, . 


1 


103.21 


12,000 


12,000 


Bouts. 


170 


~ 


$8,054 


~ 


Schooners, . 


39 


2,-555.26 


147,000 


3,769 


Dories, . 


126 


_ 


2,020 


$16 


Sloops, . 


7 


70.17 


2,826 


404 


Sail boats. 


34 


- 


5,920 


174 


Steamers, 


2 


43.44 


4,330 


2,165 


Skiffs, . 


10 


- 


114 


11 






















Boats. 


420 


- 


$12,616 


- 


NORFOLK. 


41 


- 


$1,347 


- 


Dories, . 


356 


_ 


5,987 


$17 












Row boats, . 


27 


_ 


559 


21 


Boats. 


41 


- 


$1,347 


— 


Sail boats. 


13 


- 


1,950 


150 


Dories, . 


40 


_ 


1,247 


$31 


Seine boats, . 


13 


- 


1,370 


105 


Sail boats, . 


1 


— 


100 


100 


Whale boats. 


11 


" 


2,750 


250 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 











Average 










Average 


The State, and 
Kinds of Vessels 


Num- 
ber 


Tonnage 


Value 


Value 

of Each 

Kind 


The State, and 
Kinds of Vessels 


Num- 
ber 


Tonnage 


Value 


Value 

of Each 

Kind 


and Boats. 








of Vessel 
or Boat 


and Boats. 








of Vessel 
or Boat 


THE STATE. 


7,038 


46,397.24 


$2,725,743 


- 


THE STATE-Con. 










Vessels. 


726 


46,397.24 


$2,460,923 


- 


Boats — Con. 










Barks, . 


22 


5,423.94 


170,419 


$7,746 


i Punts, . 


12 


- 


$91 


$8 


Brigs, . 


2 


224.40 


14,500 


7,250 


Row boats, . 


134 


- 


2,813 


21 


Catboats, 


70 


446.02 


36,185 


517 


Sail boats. 


727 


- 


126,130 


173 


Schooners, . 


539 


37,883.95 


2,079,729 


3,858 


Scows, . 


33 


- 


2,904 


88 


Ships, . 


1 


387.92 


600 


500 


Seine boats, . 


167 


- 


30,605 


183 


Sloops, . 


82 


781.42 


47,560 


580 


Seine dories, . 


4 


- 


205 


51 


Steamers, 


10 


1,249.59 


112,030 


11,203 


Sharpies, 


48 


- 


774 


16 












Skiffs, . 


592 


- 


6,764 


11 


Boats. 


6,312 


- 


$264,820 


- 


Steam launches, . 
\\'eir boats, . 


10 
5 


- 


12,100 
185 


1,210 
37 


Dories, . 


4,374 


_ 


64,139 


$15 


M'hale boats. 


174 


_ 


16,965 


98 


Oyster boats, 


30 


- 


1,105 


37 


Yawls, . 


2 


- 


40 


20 



RECAPITULATION. 



The .State, 
AND Counties. 


Number 


Tonnage 


Value 


The State, 
AND Counties. 


Number 


Toiniage 


Value 


THE STATE. 

Barnstable, 

Bristol 

Dukes 

Essex 

Middlesex, 


7,038 

1,459 
583 
432 

3,34fi 

7 


46,397.24 

4,600.. 51 

8,093.87 

227.78 

29,802.35 


$2,725,743 

295,325 

28*3,355 

38,306 

1,833,431 

124 


THE STATE — Con. 

Nantucket, 

Norfolk, .... 

I'lyniouth, 

Suffolk 


191 
41 

508 
471 


167.40 

38.15 
3,467.18 


$22,5,54 

1,347 

33,530 

214,771 



Time Engaged in The Fisheries, 

FOR Registered Vessels: 

By Months. 



[T3] 



74 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



TBIE EXGAGED EN" THE FISHEKIES, FOE REGIS- 
TERED VESSELS: BY MONTHS. 





Counties, Cities, 

Towns, 

AND Kinds of 

Vessels. 


1 JI 


riNTH 


2 3a 


NTHS 


3 Months j 


4 Months 


5 Months 


6 Months 




Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 

Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num-! 

ber of Ton- 

Ves- nage 

sels 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 




BARNSTABLE. 


























1 

2 
3 
4 


Barnstable, 
Catboats, . 
Sloops, 
Steamers, . 


2 

1 
1 


16.14 
7.72 
8.42 


2 

2 


10.69 
10.69 


3 

2 

1 


18.42 

11.98 

6.44 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 
6 

7 


Bourne, . 
Catboats, . 
Sloops, 


- 


: 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


2 
2 


11.23 
11.23 




- 


4 
2 
2 


23.55 
11.29 
12.26 


8 

9 

10 

11 


Chatham, 
Catboats, . 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 


: 


- 


1 

1 


5.07 
5.07 


1 
1 


5.07 
5.07 


- 


- 


2 
2 


10.11 
10.11 


2 
2 


141.81 
141.81 


12 
13 
14 
15 


Dennis, . 
Catboats, , 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 

2 


13.41 
13.41 


4 
1 
3 


41.19 

5.84 

35.35 


2 
2 


177.77 
177.77 


16 
17 
18 
19 
20 


Falmouth, 
Catboats, . 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 
Steamers, . 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


21 
22 
23 


Harwich, 

Catboats, . 
Sloops, 


1 

1 


7.23 
7.23 


1 
1 


6.74 
6.74 


_^ 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


1 
1 


7.51 
7.51 


24 
25 
26 
27 


Provincetown, 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 
Steamers, . 


- 


- 


1 
1 


44.42 
44.42 


- 


- 


4 
4 


378.25 
378.25 


- 


- 


3 
2 

1 


152.98 

145.74 

7.22 


28 
29 
30 
31 


Wellfleet, 
Catboats, 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 


- 


- 


- 


: 


1 

1 


9.76 
9.76 


1 
1 


5.52 
5.52 


- 


_ 


2 

1 
1 


66.23 

61.11 
5.12 


32 
33 
34 


Yarmouth, 
Catboats, . 
Schooners, . 

BRISTOL. 


1 
1 


15.24 
15.24 




- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


6.62 
6.62 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35 
86 


Dartmouth, . 
Sloops, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


37 
38 


Fairhaven, 
Schooners, . 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


39 
40 


Fali, River, , 
Steamers, , 


- 


- 


1 
1 


24.80 
24.80 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


41 

42 


Freetown, 
Schooners, . 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


^ 


^ 


- 


- 




20.99 
20.99 


43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 


New Bedford, 
Barks, 
Brigrt, . 
Catboats, . 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 
Steamers, , 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 

1 


7.58 
7.58 


- 


- 


3 

1 
2 


128.62 

112.05 
16.57 




422.72 
242.54 

6.99 

166.45 

6.74 


60 
61 


Westport, 
Schooners, . 

DUKES. 


^ 


^ 


- 
I - 


* 


1 

1 


11.03 
11.03 




~ 




- 




- 


62 
53 


Cottage City, . 
Sloops, 


- 


- 


— 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


1 _ 


- 


64 
65 
66 


Edgartown, . 

< 'at boats. 
Sloops, 


- 


■■ 


1 
1 


6.84 
6.84 


— 


- 


1 
1 


5.92 
5.92 


- 


_ 


! 2 
1 
1 


12.84 
5.21 
7.63 



THE FISHERIES. 



75 



TI^IE EjN^GAGED m THE FISHERIES, FOR REGIS- 
TERED VESSELS: BY MOIS^THS. 



7 M 


JXTHS 


8 Months 


9 JI 


JNTHS 


10 Months 


11 Months 


12 Months 


Total 


Total 
Amount 

of 
Tonnage 




Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 

Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num-I 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 

Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 




1 
1 


5.00 
5.00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 

1 


7.83 

7.83 


9 
5 
3 
1 


58.08 

30.39 

22.69 

5.00 


1 
2 
3 
4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


5.67 
5.67 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 
4 
3 


40.45 
22.52 
17.93 


5 
6 

7 


3 
2 

1 


66.53 
10.57 
55.96 


1 
1 


5.37 
5.37 


10 
9 

1 


54.72 

49.21 

5.51 


2 
2 


12.11 
12.11 


"" 


^ 


3 

2 

1 


16.76 
10.11 

6.65 


25 

20 

4 

1 


317.55 

107.62 

203.28 

6.65 


8 

9 

10 

11 


6 
1 
3 
1 


48.87 

5.29 

32.30 

11.28 


1 
1 


13.88 
13.88 


- 


- 


^ 


~ 


- 


~* 


1 
1 


6.67 
6.67 


15 
4 
9 
2 


301.79 
24.54 

259.30 
17.95 


12 
13 
14 
15 


1 
1 


5.91 
5.91 


2 

1 

1 


36.90 

31.18 
5.72 


1 

1 


16.58 
16.58 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 
1 
1 

1 
1 


59.39 
5.91 

31.18 
5.72 

16.58 


16 

17 
18 
19 
20 


2 
1 
1 


14.29 
7.81 
6.48 


1 

1 


6.82 
6.82 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 
3 
3 


42.59 
22.55 
20.04 


21 
22 
23 


5 

4 

1 


277.37 

271.94 

5.43 


7 
4 
1 
2 


303.00 

253.87 

14.25 

34.88 


8 

8 


573.84 
573.84 


6 
4 
2 


241.16 

223.83 

17.33 


1 
1 


14.29 
14.29 


20 
16 

4 


1,289.21 
1,245.12 

44.09 


65 

44 
9 
2 


3,274.50 
3,151.30 

88.32 
34.88 


24 
25 
26 
27 


- 


- 


1 
1 


8.12 
8.12 


2 
1 

1 


11.89 
5.32 

6.57 


1 

1 


5.32 
5.32 


— 


- 


- 


- 


8 
2 

1 
5 


106.84 
10.84 
61.11 
34.89 


28 
29 
30 
31 




- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


7.85 
7.85 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


■" 


3 

2 

1 


29.71 
14.47 
15.24 


32 
33 
34 


- 


: 


1 

1 


11.63 
11.63 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 

1 


11.63 
11.63 


35 
36 


- 


- 


4 
4 


158.58 
158.58 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


^ 


_ 


- 


- 


4 
4 


158.58 
158.58 


37 
38 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


. 


_ 


- 


- 


1 
1 


24.80 
24.80 


39 
40 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


1 
1 


20.99 
20.99 


41 
42 


2 
1 

1 


265.42 
138.09 

127.33 


4 
1 

2 
1 


344.13 

226.88 

104.03 
13.22 


2 
1 

1 


346.46 
259.65 

86.81 


2 
2 


468.15 
468.15 


8 
5 

3 


2,609.29 
1,484.40 

1,124.89 


12 
4 
1 

7 


1,489.39 
715.96 
121.19 

652.24 


39 

15 

1 

1 

15 

4 

3 


6,081.76 

3,535.67 

121.19 

6.99 

1,256.49 

36.53 

1,124.89 


43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 


- 


~ 


1 
1 


18.72 
18.72 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


2 
2 


29.75 
29.75 


50 
51 


1 
1 


7.35 
7.35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


7.35 
7.35 


52 
53 


- 


- 


1 
1 


7.89 
7.89 


- 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


6.98 
6.98 


6 
3 

3 


40.47 
18.11 
22.36 


54 
55 

56 

1 



76 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



TIME ENGAGED, FOR VESSELS — Continued. 





CoDSTiES, Cities, 
Towns, 

AST> KrXDS OF 

Vessels. 


1 Month 


a Mokths 


3 Months 


4 Months 


5 Months 


6 Months 




Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 

Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 




DUKES — Con. 






i 




















1 

2 


Gosnold, . 
Schooners, , 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 
4 

5 
6 


Tisbury, . 
Catboats, . 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 

1 


16.49 
16.49 






2 
2 


32.60 
32.60 


- 


_ 
_ 


7 
8 


M'est Tisbury, 
Schooners, . 

ESSEX. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


14.88 
14.88 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 

10 


Beverly, 

Schooners, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


86.60 
86.60 


- 


- 


11 
12 


Essex, 

Schooners, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


13 
14 
15 


Gloucester, . 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 


2 
2 


164.19 
164.19 


1 
1 


14.47 
14.47 


2 
2 


140.69 
140.69 


2 
2 


19.86 
19.86 


7 
7 


430.16 
430.16 


10 
9 

1 


550.46 

541.91 

8.55 


16 
17 


Manchester, . 
Sloops, 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


18 
19 
20 


Marblehead, . 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 


- 


- 


1 
1 


5.74 
5.74 


- 


- 


1 
1 


12.05 
12.05 


: 


: 


1 
1 


22.12 
22.12 


21 
22 


Nahant, . 
Sloops, 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 

24 
25 


Xewburtport, 
Schooners, , 
Sloops, 


1 
1 


8.01 
8.01 


- 


— 


1 

1 


9.67 
9.67 


: 


— 


- 


— 


— 


: 


26 
27 
28 


Rockport, 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 


- 


^ 


— 


— 


— 


- 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


- 


- 


29 
30 
31 


Salem, . 
Schooners, , 
Sloops, 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


1 

1 


47.55 
47.55 


_ 


- 


— 


"• 


- 


- 


32 
33 
34 


Swampscott, , 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 

NANTUCKET. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 

1 


7.86 
7.86 


35 
36 
37 


Nantucket, 
Catboats, . 
Sloops, 

PLYMOUTH. 


- 


" 


3 
3 


33.05 
33.05 


2 
1 
1 


22.37 

6.79 

15.58 


2 
2 


15.34 
15.34 


- 


- 


1 

1 


6.97 
6.97 


38 
39 


Duxbury, 
Schooners, . 


. 


- 


• 


- 


.. 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


40 
41 
42 


Mattapoisett, . 
Catboats, . 
Sloops, 


- 


1 


': 


- 


- 


- 


- 


: 


1 

1 


6.96 
6.96 


- 


^ 


43 ^ Plymouth, 

44 Schooners, , 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


11.78 
11.78 


- 


- 




SUFFOLK. 


























45 
46 
47 

48 . 

49 ' 
50 


Boston, . 
13ark8, 
Brigs. . 
Schooners, . 
Sloops, 
Steamers, . 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


5.02 
6.02 


1 
1 


37.32 
37.32 


6 

2 

4 


175.43 

139.70 
35.73 


51 
52 


Winthrop, 
Steamers, . 


- 


" 1 


-i 


i 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



THE FISHERIES. 



77 



TIME ENGAGED, FOR VESSELS — Continued. 



7 Months 



Ton- 
nage 



45.56 
45.56 



90.65 
90.65 



506.03 

496.05 

9.98 



8 Months 



Num- 
ber of 

Ves- 
sels 



Ton- 
nage 



8.74 
8.74 



11.67 
11.67 



5. 
5.98 



7.38 
7.38 



148.14 



131.30 
8.93 
7.91 

35.53 
35.53 



31 

26 

5 



22.24 

18.10 
6.14 



9 Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



1,710.07 
1,662.94 
47.13 



114.30 
114.30 



14.00 
14.00 



77.32 



70.11 
7.21 



31 

27 

4 



Ton- 
nage 



18.27 
18.27 



10 Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



Ton- 
nage 



113.69 
113.69 



1,477.95 

1,431.80 

46.15 



5.93 
5.93 



10.27 
10.27 



37.78 
21.00 
16.78 



53.11 
53.11 



39.60 
39.60 



97.38 
97.38 



19 

16 

3 

1 
1 



1,298.84 

1,264.59 

34.25 

12.58 
12.58 



H Months 



Num- 
ber of 

Ves- 
sels 



13 
13 



Ton- 
nage 



1,150.28 
1,150.28 



18.04 
18.04 



117.20 
117.20 



la Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



Ton- 
nage 



9 
9 

1 
1 

249 
243 



31 
2 

1 

27 

1 



16.18 
16.18 

13.74 
5.03 

8.71 



593.72 
593.72 

66.80 
66.80 

20,354.65| 
20,272.61, 
82.04' 



217.98 
217.98 



24.15 

9.76 

14.391 

132.58 
132.58 



12.05 
12.05 



12.03 
12.03 



2,751.12 
695.10 
103.21 

1,934.51 
18.30 



Total 
Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



Total 
Amount 

of 
Tonnage 



1 
1 

12 
4 
6 
2 

1 
1 



14 

14 

1 
1 

377 

355 

22 

1 
1 

4 
3 
1 

1 
1 

3 

2 
1 

15 

13 

2 

4 
2 
2 



21 

20 

1 



49 
2 
1 

38 
7 
1 

1 
1 



16.18 
16.18 



148.90 3 

23.30 4 

110.75 5 

14.85 6 

14.88 7 

14.88! 8 



884.66 9 
884.661 10 



66.80 
66.80 



11 
12 



27,817.65' 13 
27,569.69 14 
247.96 15 

12.58; 16 
12.58 17 



45.84 

39.91 

5.93 

5.00 
5.00 



18 
19 
20 

21 
22 



27.95 23 

19.94 24 

8.01 : 25 

378. 80 ' 26 

362.02 27 

16.78 28 

83.37 29 
57.31: 30 
26.06 31 

193.55' 32 

185.69: 33 

7.86 34 



167.40 35 

151.82 36 

15.58 37 



12.03 
12.03 

14.34 



38 
39 

40 



6.961 41 
7.381 42 

11.78: 43 
11.78 44 



3,408.93 

695.10 

103.21 

2,532.54 

70.17 

7.91 



45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 



35.53 51 
35.53 52 



78 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



TIME ENGAGED, FOR VESSELS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES. 





Counties, and 
Kinds of Vessels. 


1 Month 


2 Months 


3 Months 


4 Months 


5 Months 


6 JIonths 




Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


1 


BARNSTABLE. 


4 


38.61 


5 


66.92 


5 


33.25 


10 


415.03 


6 


51.30 


14 


569.83 


2 
3 
4 
5 


Catboats, 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 


2 
1 

1 


14.95 

15.24 

8.42 


3 

1 
1 


15.76 

44.42 

6.74 


3 
2 


17.05 
16.20 


6 
4 


36.78 
378.25 


3 
3 

- 


15.95 
35.35 


3 

7 
4 


18.80 

526.43 

24.60 


6 


BRISTOL. 


- 


- 


1 


24.80 


2 


18.61 


- 


- 


3 


128.62 


6 


443.71 


7 


Barks, 


« 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


242.54 


8 

9 

10 

11 

12 


Brigs, 
Catboats, . 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 


- 


- 


1 


24.80 


2 


18.61 


- 


— 


1 
2 


112.05 
16.57 


1 
3 
1 


6.99 

187.44 

6.74 


13 


DUKES. 


- 


- 


1 


6.84 


2 


31.37 


1 


5.92 


2 


32.60 


2 


12.84 


14 

15 
16 


Catboats, . 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 


~ 




1 


6.84 


2 


31.37 


1 


5.92 


2 


32.60 


1 
1 


5.21 
7.63 


17 


ESSEX. 


3 


172.20 


2 


20.21 


4 


197.91 


3 


31.91 


8 


516.76 


12 


580.44 


18 
19 


Schooners, 
Sloops, . 


2 

1 


164.19 
8.01 


2 


20.21 


4 


197.91 


1 
2 


12.05 
19.86 


8 


516.76 


10 
2 


564.03 
16.41 


20 


XAXTUCKET. 


- 


- 


3 


33.05 


2 


22.37 


2 


15.34 


- 




1 


6.97 


21 
22 


Catboats, . 
Sloops, . 


- 


- 


3 


33.05 


1 
1 


6.79 
15.58 


2 


15.34 


- 


- 


1 


6.97 


23 


PLYMOUTH. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


18.74 


- 


- 


24 
25 
26 


Catboats, . 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


6.96 
11.78 


- 


- 


27 


SUFFOLK. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6.02 


1 


37.32 


6 


175.43 


28 
29 
30 
31 
S2 


Barks, 
Brigs, . 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamess, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5.02 


1 


37.32 


2 
4 


139.70 
35.73 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



The State, and 
Kinds of Vessels. 



1 Month 



Num- 
l)er of 
Ves- 
sels 



Ton- 
nage 



THE STATE. 



Barks, 

Brigs, 

Catboats, 

Schooners, 

Sloops, . 

Steamers, 



210.81 



14.95 

179.43 

16.43 



a Months 


3 Months 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
lier of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


12 


151.82 


15 


303.51 


6 
3 
2 
1 


48.81 
64.63 

24.80 


4 

8 
3 


23.84 

247.89 

31.78 



4 Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



Ton- 
nage 



17 



473.22 



58.04 

395.32 

19.86 



5 Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



22 



4 

16 

2 



Ton- 
nage 



785.34 



22.91 

745.86 

]6.57 



6 Months 



Num- 




ber of 


Ton- 


Ves- 


nage 


sels 





41 

1 



22 
12 



1,789.22 

242.54 

37.97 
1,417.60 
91.11 



THE FISHERIES. 



79 



TIME ENGAGED, FOR VESSELS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES. 



7 Months 



Num- 




ber of 


Ton- 


Ves- 


nage 


sels 





17 

5 
8 
3 
1 



15 

12 
3 



417.97, 

29.58 

360.20 

23.19 

5.00 



265.42 

138.09 

127.33 
62.91 



45.56 
7.35 



622.09 

595.44 
26.65 



5.98 
5.98 

7.38 

7.38 
183.67 



131.30 

8.93 

43.44 



8 Months 


9 Months 


10 Months 


11 Months 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


i 
Ton- 
nage 1 


Num- 
ber of 

Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 


13 


374.09' 


22 


664.88 


10 


264.26 


1 


14.29 


1 
6 

\ 


5.37 

298.93' 

34.91 

34.88 


11 
9 
1 
1 


62.38 

579.35 

6.57 

16.58 


2 

4 
4 


12.11 

223.83, 

28.32 


1 


14.29 


10 


533.06; 


2 


346.46 


2 


468.15 


8 


2,609.29 


1 


226. 8S 


1 


259.65 


2 


468.15 


6 


1,484.40 


7 
2 


281.33 
24.85 


1 


86.81 


- 


- 


3 


1,124.89 


3 


30.13 


3 


18.27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 
2 


16.10' 
14.03 

1 


3 


18.27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


34 


1,824.37 


42 


1,698.73 


20 


1,311.42 


13 


1,150.28' 


29 
5 


1,777.24 
47.13' 

i 


35 

7 


1,629.87 

68.86 


16 

4 


1,264.59 

46.83 


13 


1,150.28 


2 


14.00 


5 


39.60 


3 


18.04 


- 


- 


2 


14.00 


5 


39.60 


3 


18.04 


- 


- 


4 


77.32 


1 


97.38 


1 


117.20 


- 


- 


3 

1 


70.11 
7.21 


1 


97.38 


1 


117.20 


- 


- 


~ 


"" 


-■ 


"" 


"■ 


— 


~ 


— 



18 Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



Ton- 
nage 



25 

2 
16 

7 



12 

4 
1 



271 

264 
7 



2 
2 

1 
1 

31 

2 

1 

27 

1 



1,320.47 

10.11 

1,245.12 

65.24 



1,489.39 

715.96 
121.19 

652.24 



36.90 

12.01 

16.18 
8.71 



21,389.88 

21,293.45 
96.43 



12.05 
12.05 

12.03 
12.03 

2,751.12 

695.10 

103.21 

1,934.51 

18.30 



Total 
Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



Total 
Amount 

of 
Tonnage 



132 

41 
60 
27 

4 



48 

15 
1 
1 

22 
5 
4 



21 



427 

396 
31 



21 

20 
1 



50 

2 

1 

38 

7 
2 



4,230.90 

238.84 

3,721.41 

214.19 

56.46 



6,327.51 



6 



3,535.67 7 

121.191 8 

6.99| 9 

1,465.81! 10 

48.16' 11 

1,149.69 12 



227.78 13 

41.41 14 

141.81 15 

44.56 16 



29,516.20 17 

29,186.02' 18 
330.18! 19 



167.40 20 

151.82 21 
15.58i 22 



38.15 23 

6.96 24 

23.81! 25 

7.38 26 



3,444.46 

695.10 

103.21 

2, .532.. '54 

70.17 

43.44; 



27 

28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



7 Months 



Num- 




ber of 


Ton- 


Ves- 


nage 


sels 





44 

1 

6 

25 

9 

3 



1,555.42 

138.09 

35.56 

1,259.83: 

73.50 

48.44 



8 Months 



Num- 




ber of 


Ton- 


Ves- 
sels 


nage 



66 
1 



2,852.97 
226.88 



3 19.37 

46 2,443.71 

14 128.13 

2 34.88 



9 Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



Ton- 
nage 






75 2,865.32 



19 
46 



259.65 

120.25 

2,393.41, 

75.43: 

16.58 



10 Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 


Ton- 
nage 



36 



5 

21 

8 



2,179.07 

468.15 

30.15 

1,605.62 

75.15 



11 Months 



Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



22 
5 

14 
3 



Ton- 
nage 



3,773.86 
1,484.40 

1,164. 57j 
1.124.89 



12 Months 



Num- 




ber of 


Ton- 


Ves- 


nage 


sels 





346 



316 
16 



27,011.84 

1,411.06 

224.40 

34.17 

25,153.-53 

188.68 



Total 
Num- 
ber of 
Ves- 
sels 



Total 
Amount 

of 
Tonnage 



703 


43,952.40 


17 


4,230.77' 


2 


■224.40 


70 


446.02 


526 


37,071.40 


78 


730.22 


10 


1,249.59 



Partners and Stockholders in 
Firms and Corporations. 



[81, 



PARTNERS AKD STOCKHOLDERS IN FIRMS A:N^D 

CORPORATIONS. 





Firms 


Corporations 




Total 


Counties, Cities, Towns, 










Total 

Number of 

Keturns 


Number of 

Persons 

IntPrested 

in The 


AND NUMBKK OF PERSONS TO A 

FniM OR Corporation. 


Xumbcr 
of Specified 


Xumber of 
Partners 


Xumber 
of Specified 


Number of 
Stockliolders 




Size 




Size 






Fisheries 


BARNSTABLE. 














Barnstable, 


57 


116 


-. 


_ 


57 


116 


1 person 


43 


43 


- 


- 


43 


43 


2 persons, 


10 


20 


- 


- 


10 


20 


3 persons 


1 


3 


- 


- 


1 


3 


7 persons 


1 


7 


- 


- 


1 


7 


18 persons 


1 


18 


- 


- 


1 


18 


25 persons 


1 


25 


- 


- 


1 


25 


Bourne, 


51 


82 


_ 


« 


51 


82 


1 person 


44 


44 


- 


- 


44 


44 


2 persons 


4 


8 


- 


- 


4 


8 


3 perstine, 


2 


6 


- 


- 


2 


6 


24 persons 


1 


24 


- 


- 


1 


24 


Brewster, 


13 


20 


_ 


_ 


13 


20 


1 person, 


8 


8 


- 


- 


8 


8 


2 persons 


4 


8 


- 


- 


4 


8 


4 persons, 


1 


4 


- 


- 


1 


4 


Chatham 


134 


214 


_ 


_ 


134 


214 


1 person, 


91 


91 


- 


- 


91 


91 


2 persons 


37 


74 


- 


- 


37 


74 


3 persons 


1 


3 I 


- 


- 


1 


3 


8 persons, 


2 


16 


- 


. 


2 


16 


9 persons, 


1 


9 


- 


. 


1 


9 


10 persons, 


1 


10 


- 


_ 


1 


10 


11 persons 


1 


11 


- 


- 


1 


11 


Dennis, 


35 


72 


1 


12 


36 


84 


1 person 


23 


23 


- 


- 


23 


23 


2 persons 


7 


14 


- 


- 


7 


14 


3 persons 


2 


6 


_ 


_ 


2 


6 


4 persons, 


1 


4 


- 


_ 


1 


4 


5 persons 


1 


5 


- 


- 


1 


6 


12 persons 


- 


- 


1 


12 


1 


12 


20 persons 


1 


20 


- 


- 


1 


20 


Eastham, 


16 


*32 


_ 


_ 


16 


*32 


1 person 


8 


»8 


- 


- 


8 


•8 


2 persons 


4 


8 


- 


- 


4 


8 


3 persons, 


1 


3 


- 


_ 


1 


3 


4 persons, 


o 


8 


- 


- 


2 


8 


5 persons 


1 


5 


- 


- 


1 


5 


Falmonth, 


52 


230 


_ 


,. 


52 


230 


1 person, 


38 


38 


- 


- 


38 


38 


2 persons, 


7 


14 


- 


- 


7 


14 


3 persons 


2 


6 


- 


- 


2 


6 


4 persons, 


1 


4 


- 


- 


1 


4 


5 persons 


1 


5 


- 


- 


1 


5 


8 persons, 


1 


8 


- 


- 


1 


8 


30 persons 


1 


30 


- 


_ 


1 


30 


125 persons, 


1 


125 


- 


- 


1 


125 


Harwich, 


13 


17 


^ 


_ 


13 


17 


1 person, 


11 


11 


- 


- 


11 


11 


2 persons 


1 


2 


- 


- 


1 


2 


4 persons 


1 


4 


- 


- 


1 


4 


Mashpee, 


20 


22 


^ 


_ 


20 


22 


1 person, 


19 


19 


- 


- 


19 


19 


3 persons 


1 


3 


- 


- 


1 


3 


Orleans, 


24 


29 


^ 


^ 


24 


29 


1 person 


19 


19 


. 


- 


19 


19 


2 persons 


5 


10 


- 


- 


5 


10 


Provincetown 


169 


321 


^ 


.^ 


1(9 


321 


1 person, 


97 


97 


- 


- 


97 


97 


2 persons 


68 


136 


~ 


- 


68 


136 



* Includes one estate. 
[83] 



84 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



PARTNERS AND STOCKHOLDERS — Continued. 





Firms I 


Corporations 




Total 
Number <>( 

Persons 
Interested 

in The 
Fisliories 


CouNTiKs, Cities, Towns, 








Total 

Number of 

Keturns 


and kcmiikr of persons to a 
Firm ob Corporation. 


Ximibpr 

of Specified 

Size 


Number of 
Partners 


Number dumber of 
01 specified stockholders 

Mze 1 1 


BARNSTABLE — Con. 














Provincetown — Con. 














5 persons 


1 


5 


- 


- 


1 


5 


23 persons, . 






1 


23 


- 


- 


1 


23 


30 persons, . 






2 


60 


" 


"" 


2 


60 


Sandwich, 






10 


30 


- 


- 


10 


30 


1 person, . 






7 


7 


- 


- 


7 


7 


7 persons, . 






1 


7 


- 


- 


1 


7 


8 persons, . 






2 


16 


— 


~ 


2 


16 


Truro, 






28 


155 


. 


- 


28 


155 


1 person, . 






21 


21 


- 


- 


21 


21 


2 persons, . 






1 


2 


- 


- 


1 


2 


6 persons, . 






1 


5 


- 


- 


1 


5 


12 persons, . 






1 


12 


- 


- 


1 


12 


22 persons, . 






1 


22 


- 


- 


1 


22 


25 persons, . 






1 


25 


- 


- 


1 


25 


29 persons, . 






1 


29 


- 


- 


1 


29 


39 persons, . 






1 


39 


~ 


~ 


1 


39 


Wellfleet, 






51 


♦75 


- 


_ 


51 


*7o 


1 person, . 






41 


•41 


- 


- 


41 


♦41 


2 persons, . 






8 


16 


• - 


- 


8 


16 


4 persons, . 






1 


4 


- 


- 


1 


4 


14 persons, . 






1 


14 


" 


~ 


1 


14 


Yarmouth, 






35 


92 


- 


- 


35 


92 


1 person, . 






27 


27 


- 


- 


27 


27 


2 persons, . 






6 


12 


- 


- 


6 


12 


3 persons, . 






1 


3 


- 


- 


1 


3 


50 persons, . 






1 


50 


— 


" 


1 


50 


BRISTOL. 














Berkley 


3 


4 


- 


- 


3 


4 


1 person, . 






2 


2 


- 


- 


2 


2 


2 persons, . 






1 


2 


- 


- 


1 


2 


Dartmouth, 






20 


26 


- 


. 


20 


26 


1 person, . 






15 


15 


- 


- 


15 


15 


2 persons, . 






4 


8 


- 


- 


4 


8 


3 persons, . 






1 


3 


- 


- 


1 


3 


Dighton, . 






5 


7 


. 


- 


5 


1 


1 person, . 






3 


3 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 persons, . 






2 


4 


- 


- 


2 


4 


Fairhaven, 






33 


40 


_ 


_ 


33 


40 


1 person, . 






28 


28 


- 


- 


28 


28 


2 persons,. 






4 


8 


- 


- ' 


4 


8 


4 persons, . 






1 


4 


- 


- 


1 


4 


Fall Rn-ER, . 






2 


8 


_ 


_ 


2 


8 


1 person, . 






1 


1 


. 


- 


1 


1 


7 persons, . 






1 


7 


- 


- 


1 


7 


Freetown, 






3 


4 


_ 


^ 


3 


4 


1 person, . 






2 


2 


- 


- 


2 


2 


2 persons, . 






1 


2 


- 


- 


1 


2 


New Bedford, 






71 


90 


_ 


_ 


71 


90 


1 person, . 






57 


57 


- 


- 


57 


57 


2 persons, . 






10 


20 


- 


- 


10 


20 


3 persons, . 






3 


9 


- 


- 


3 


9 


4 persoue, . 






1 


4 


- 


- 


1 


4 


Raynham, 






2 


3 


_ 


_ 


2 


3 


1 person, . 






1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 persons, . 






1 


2 


- 


- 


1 


2 


Somerset, 






10 


12 


_ 


• 


10 


12 


1 person, . 






8 


8 


- 


- 


8 


8 


2 persons, , 






2 


4 


- 


- 


2 


4 


Swansea, . 






4 


9 


_ 


_ 


4 


9 


1 person, . 






3 


3 


- 


- 


3 


3 


6 persons, . 






1 


6 


- 


- 


1 


6 


Taunton, 






1 


4 


- 


_ 


1 


4 


4 persons, . 






1 


4 


- 


- 


1 


4 


Westport, 






16 


18 


• 


_ 


16 


18 


1 person, . 






14 


14 


- 


- 


14 


14 


2 persons, . 






2 


4 


- 


- 


2 


4 





* Includes one estate. 



THE FISHEKIES. 



85 



PARTNERS AND STOCKHOLDERS — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, Towns, 

and nujibkr of persons to a 

Firm or Corporation. 



DUKES. 



Chilmark, 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 

3 persons, . 
i persons, . 

Cottage City, . 
1 person, . 
5 persons, . 

Edgartown, 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 
11 persons, . 
52 persons, . 

Gay Head, 

1 person, . 

3 persons, . 

Gosnold, . 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 

4 persons, . 

Tisbury, . 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 

3 persons, . 

4 persons, . 

West Tisbury, 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 

3 persons, . 
19 persons, . 



ESSEX. 



Beverly, 
1 person, 

Essex, 

1 person, 

Gloucester, 

1 person, 

2 persons, 

3 persons, 

4 persons, 

Ipswich, . 
1 person, 

Manchester, 

1 peri-on, 

Marblehead, 

1 person, 

2 persons, 

Kahant, . 
1 person, 
G persons, 

Newbury, 
1 person, 



Newburtport, 
1 person, . 



Rockport, 
1 person, 

Rowley, . 

1 person, 

Saxem, 

1 person, 

Salisbury, 
1 person, 

Swampscott, 
1 person, 



Firms 



XiimbcT 

of Specitied 

Size 



32 

26 

3 

1 

2 

1 
1 



66 

61 

5 



11 

10 

1 

25 

20 

4 

1 

32 

25 

4 

1 

2 

16 

10 

4 

1 

1 



15 
15 

2S9 

266 

16 

4 

3 

74 

74 



26 

22 

4 



2 
2 

80 
80 



18 
18 

14 

7 



Xumber of 
Partners 



43 

26 



71 
61 

10 



13 

10 

3 

32 
20 



44 

25 

8 

3 



*40 

10 

8 

3 

*19 



15 
15 

*322 

266 

32 

tl2 

tl2 

74 

74 



30 



11 
5 

6 

2 

2 

80 
80 



25 

9 
9 



18 
18 

39 

7 



Corporations 



Number 

of Specified 

Size 



Number of 

StcicklioUlers 



5 

5 

63 



11 
62 



Total 

Number of 

Kcturns 



Total 
Number of 

Persons 
Interested 

in The 
Fisheries 



32 

26 

3 

1 

2 

2 
1 
1 

68 

61 

5 

1 

1 

11 

10 

1 

25 

20 

4 

1 

32 

25 
4 
1 
2 

16 

10 

4 

1 

1 



6 
6 

15 
15 

289 

266 

16 

4 

3 

74 
74 



26 

22 

4 

6 
6 
1 

2 

2 

80 
80 

25 
25 

9 
9 



18 
18 

14 

7 



43 

26 
6 
3 



6 
1 
5 

134 
61 
10 

11 
52 

13 

10 

3 

32 
20 



44 

25 
8 
3 



*40 

10 

8 

3 

*19 



6 

6 

15 
15 

•*322 

266 

32 

tl2 

tl2 

74 
74 



30 

22 



11 
5 
6 

2 
2 

80 
80 

25 
25 

9 
9 



18 
18 

39 
7 



* Includes two estates. 



t Includes one estate. 



86 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



PARTNERS AND STOCKHOLDERS — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, Towns, 

AND Number op Persons to a 

FiKM OR Corporation. 



Firms 



Number 

of Specified 

Size 



ESSEX — Con. 
Swampscott — Con. 

2 pereone, . 

4 personB, . 

5 persons, . 
7 persons, . 

10 persons, . 

MIDDLESEX 

Mbdford, 
1 person, . 

NANTUCKET 



Nantucket, 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 

3 persons, . 

4 persons, . 



NORFOLK, 



Cohasset, . 

1 person, 

2 persons. 



PLYMOUTH 



Duxbury, 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 
4 persons, . 

Hingham, 

1 person, . 

Hull, 

1 person, . 

Kingston, 

1 person, . 

Marion, , 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 

Marshfield, 

1 person, . 

Mattapoisett, . 

1 person, . 

2 persons, . 

Middleborough, 
1 person, . 



Norwell, . 
1 person, 

Plymouth, 

1 person, 

2 persons, 

3 persons, 

4 persons, 

Rochester, 
1 person, 

Bcltuate, . 

1 person, 

2 persons, 

3 persons, 

4 persons, 

Wareham, 

1 person, 

2 persons, 



SUFFOLK. 



Boston, . 

1 person, 

2 persons, 



To 

60 

10 

3 

2 



41 

40 

1 



17 

15 

1 

1 

5 

5 

16 
16 

5 
S 

26 

23 

3 

15 
15 

17 

IS 

4 

1 
1 

1 
1 

55 

45 

7 

1 

2 

1 
1 

55 

40 

8 

5 

2 

40 

34 

6 



136 

128 

5 



Number of 
Partners 



4 

5 

10 



60 

20 

9 

8 



42 
40 





21 
15 

2 
4 

5 
5 

16 
16 

5 
5 

29 

23 

6 

15 
15 

21 

13 

8 

1 
1 

1 
1 

70 

45 

14 

3 

8 

1 
1 

79 
40 
16 
15 



46 
34 
12 



151 

128 

10 



Corporations 



Number 



Number of 



of Specified gtoeujolders 
Size 



17 



Total 

Number of 

Keturns 



75 

60 

10 

3 

2 



41 

40 

1 



17 

15 

1 

1 

5 
6 

16 
16 

5 
5 

26 

23 

3 

15 
15 

17 

13 

4 

1 
1 

1 

1 

55 

45 

7 

1 

2 

1 

1 

55 

40 

8 

5 

2 

40 

34 

6 



137 

128 
5 



THE FISHERIES. 



87 



PARTNERS AND STOCKHOLDERS — Continued. 



ConNTiEs, Cities, Towns, 


Firms 


Corporations 


Total 

Nunil)er of 

Keturns 


Total 
Numljer of 

Persons 
Interested 

in The 
Fisheries 


AND KUMBER OF PeKSONS TO A 

Firm or Corporation. 


Numher 

of Specified 

Size 


Number of 
Partners 


Number 

of Specifled 

Size 


Number of 
Stoeltholders 


SUFFOLK — Con. 














Boston — Con. 














3 persons 

7 persons 

17 persons 


2 

i 


6 
7 


1 


17 


2 

1 
1 


6 

7 

17 


Revere 

5 persons, 


1 

1 


5 
5 




- 


1 
1 


5 
5 


Winthrop 

1 person 

2 persons 


25 

24 

1 


26 

24 

2 


- 


- 


25 
24 

1 


26 

24 

2 



RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES. 



COUN 


TIES, 


AND 






Firms 


Corporations 


Total 

Number of 

Keturns 


Total 
Number of 

Persons 
Interested 

in The 
Fisheries 


Number op Persons to a 
Firm or Corporation. 


Number 

of Specified 

Size 


Number of 
Partners 


Number 

of Specified 

Size 


Number of 
Stocliholders 


BARNSTABLE. 


708 


*1,507 


1 


12 


1 
709 


*1,519 


1 person, 


497 


*497 


_ 


- 


497 


*497 


2 persons, 










162 


324 


- 


- 


162 


324 


3 persons, 










11 


33 


_ 


- 


11 


33 


4 persons, . 










7 


28 


- 


- 


7 


28 


5 persons, , 










5 


25 


- 


- 


5 


25 


7 persons. 










2 


14 


- 


- 


2 


14 


8 persons. 










5 


40 


_ 


- 


5 


40 


9 persons, . 










1 


9 


- 


- 


1 


9 


10 persons, 










1 


10 


- 


- 


1 


10 


11 persons, . 










1 


11 


- 


- 


1 


11 


12 persons, . 










1 


12 


1 


12 


2 


24 


14 persons. 










1 


14 


_ 


- 


1 


14 


18 persons, . 










1 


18 


- 


- 


1 


18 


20 persons, 










1 


20 


- 


- 


1 


20 


22 persons. 










1 


22 


. 


_ 


1 


22 


23 persons. 










1 


23 


- 


- 


1 


23 


24 persons, 










1 


24 


« 


- 


1 


24 


25 persons. 










o 


50 


- 


- 


2 


50 


29 persons, 










1 


29 


- 


- 


1 


29 


30 persons. 










3 


90 


. 


- 


3 


90 


39 persons. 










1 


39 


_ 


- 


1 


39 


50 persons. 










1 


50 


« 


- 


1 


50 


125 persons. 










1 


125 


- 


- 


1 


125 


BRISTOL. 


170 


225 


- 


- 


170 


223 


1 person 


134 


134 


_ 


_ 


134 


134 


2 persons, 










27 


54 


_ 


- 


27 


54 


3 persons, 










4 


12 


. 


_ 


4 


12 


4 persons. 










3 


12 


_ 


. 


3 


12 


6 persons. 










1 


6 


. 


_ 


1 


6 


7 persons. 










1 


7 


- 


- 


1 


7 


DUKES. 


183 


*244 


3 


63 


186 


*312 


1 person, 


153 


153 




_ 


153 


153 


2 persons. 










20 


40 


_ 


- 


20 


40 


3 persons, 










4 


12 


_ 


_ 


4 


12 


4 persons, 










5 


20 


_ 


- 


5 


20 


5 persons, 










_ 


_ 


1 


5 


1 


5 


11 persons. 










_ 


_ 


1 


11 


1 


11 


19 persons, 










1 


*]9 






1 


•19 


62 persons. 










- 


- 


1 


52 


1 


52 


ESSEX. 


580 


*647 


- 


- 


580 


*647 


1 person 


545 


545 


_ 


_ 


545 


545 


2 persons, 










23 


46 


. 


- 


23 


46 


3 persons. 










4 


tl2 


_ 


- 


4 


tl2 


4 persons, 










4 


tl6 


. 


_ 




tl6 


6 persons, 










1 


5 


- 


- 




5 


6 persons. 










1 


6 


_ 


_ 




6 


7 ijersous. 










1 


7 


_ 


_ 




7 


10 persons. 










1 


10 


~ 


- 




10 



* Includes two estates. 



f Includes one estate. 



88 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



PARTNERS AND STOCKHOLDERS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES — Concluded. 



Counties, and 


Firms 


Corporations 


Total 

Number of 

Keturns 


Total 
Number of 

Persons 
Interested 

in The 
Fislieries 


Number of Persons to a 
Firm or Corporation. 


Number 

of Specified 

Size 


Number of 
Partners 


Number 

of Specified 

Size 


Number of 
Stockiiolders 


MIDDLESEX. 


2 


2 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 person, 


2 


2 


- 


- 


2 


2 


NANTUCKET. 


75 


97 


- 


- 


75 


97 


1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons, 


60 

10 

3 

2 


60 

20 

9 

8 


- 


- 


60 

10 

3 

2 


60 

20 

9 

8 


NORFOLK. 


41 


42 


- 


- 


41 


42 


1 person, 

2 persons 


40 

1 


40 
2 


- 


- 


40 

1 


40 
2 


PLYMOUTH. 


254 


310 


- 


- 


254 


310 


1 person, 

2 persons, 

3 persons, 

4 persons 


214 

29 

6 

5 


214 
58 
18 
20 


- 


~ 


214 

29 
6 
5 


214 

58 
18 
20 


SUFFOLK. 


162 


182 


1 


17 


163 


199 


1 person, 

2 persons, . • . . . 

3 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

17 persons, 


152 

6 
2 

1 
1 


152 

12 

6 

5 

7 


1 


17 


152 
6 
2 

1 
1 
1 


152 

12 

6 

5 

7 

17 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



The State, and 

Number of Persons to a 

Firm or Corporation. 



THE STATE. 



1 person, 

2 persons, 
8 persons, 

4 persons, 

5 persons, 

6 persons, 

7 persons, 

8 persons, 

9 persons, 

10 persons, 

11 persons, 

12 persons, 
14 persons, 

17 persons, 

18 persons, 

19 persons, 

20 persons, 

22 persons, 

23 persons, 

24 persons, 

25 persons, 

29 persons, 

30 pert-ons, 
89 persons, 
50 pernoiis, 
52 persons, 

125 persons, 



Firms 



Number 

of Specified 

.size 



Number of 
I'artners 



2,175 

1,797 

278 

34 

26 

7 

2 

5 

5 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 



*3,256 

tl,797 

556 

J102 

1104 

35 

12 

35 

40 

9 

20 

11 

12 

14 

18 
tl9 
20 
22 
23 
24 
50 
29 
90 
39 
50 

125 



Corporations 



Number 
of Specified 



Number of 
Stocliliolders 



11 
12 

17 



52 



Total 

Number of 

Keturns 



Total 
Number of 

Persons 
Interested 

in The 
Fisheries 



2,1S0 

1,797 
278 
34 
26 
8 
2 
5 
5 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 



*3,353 

t],797 

556 

tl02 

J104 

40 

12 

35 

40 

9 

20 

22 

24 

14 

17 

IS 

tl9 

20 

22 

23 

24 

60 

29 

90 

39 

50 

52 

125 



* Includes six estates. 



t Includes two estates. 



X Includes one estate. 



Estimated Number of Persons 
Engaged in The Fisheries: 

By Towns. 



[89] 



ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN 
THE FISHERIES: BY TOWNS. 



[Persons engaged In the " Inland Fisheries " are not included in this presentation.] 





Kkquiked to man Registered Vessels 


Fishermen 

Not on 
Kegistered 


Total Number of 

Fishermen 

represented on 

Schedules including 


Counties, Cities, and Town's. 










Officers 


Crew 


Total 


Vessels 


those on 
Registered \'essels 


BARNSTABLE. 


142 


843 


985 


886 


1,871 


Barnstable, 


11 


13 


24 


66 


90 


Bourne, . 








1 


8 


9 


66 


65 


Brewster, 








_ 


_ 


_ 


15 


15 


Chatham, 








14 


68 


82 


140 


222 


Dennis, . 








16 


64 


80 


30 


110 


Eastham, 








_ 


_ 


_ 


22 


22 


Falmouth, 








5 


7 


12 


84 


96 


Harwich, 








3 


6 


9 


10 


19 


Mashpee, 








_ 


_ 


_ 


21 


21 


Orleans, . 








_ 


_ 


. 


26 


26 


Proviucetown, 








83 


651 


734 


216 


950 


Sandwich, 








_ 


_ 


_ 


23 


23 


Truro, . 








_ 


_ 


_ 


85 


85 


Wellfleet, 








6 


21 


27 


53 


80 


Yarmouth, 








3 


5 


8 


39 


47 


BRISTOL. 


158 


854 


1,012 


213 


1,225 


Berkley, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


6 


Dartmouth, . 








. 


2 


2 


48 


50 


Dighton, 








- 


_ 


_ 


9 


9 


Fairhaven, 








8 


44 


52 


35 


87 


Fall Riter, . 








3 


11 


14 


2 


16 


Freetown, 








1 


1 


2 


2 


4 


New Bedford, 








144 


7S6 


930 


47 


977 


Raynham, 








- 


_ 




3 


3 


Somerset, 








_ 


_ 


_ 


31 


31 


Swansea. 








_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


10 


Taunton, 








-, 


_ 


_ 


3 


3 


Westport, 








2 


10 


12 


17 


29 


DUKES. 


21 


25 


46 


203 


249 


Chllmark, 








47 


47 


Cottage City, . 








1 


1 





1 


3 


Edgartown, . 








6 


6 


12 


73 


85 


Gay Head, 








_ 


_ 


_ 


12 


12 


Gosnold, 








1 


2 


3 


28 


31 


Tisbury, 








12 


14 


26 


26 


52 


"West Tisbury, 








1 


2 


3 


16 


19 


ESSEX. 


444 


5,2S0 


5,724 


542 


6,266 


Beverly 


13 


185 


198 


4 


202 


Essex, . 








1 


14 


15 


18 


33 


Gloucester, 








395 


4,896 


5,291 


208 


5,499 


Ipswich, 








- 


_ 


_ 


84 


84 


Manchester, . 








1 


3 


4 


6 


10 


Marblehead, . 








4 


12 


16 


31 


47 


Nahaut, . 








1 


2 


3 


7 


10 


Newbury, 








_ 






3 


3 


Newburyport, 








3 


7 


10 


128 


138 


Rockport, 








15 


91 


106 


11 


117 


Rowley, . 














9 


9 


Salem", . 








4 


19 


23 


5 


28 


Salisbury, 








_ 






19 


19 


Bwampscott, . 








7 


51 


58 


9 


67 


MIDDLESEX. 


- 


. 


^ 


9 


9 


Medford, 


- 


- 


- 


9 






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CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE FISHERIES — Concluded. 





Kequiked to mas Kec.istered Vessels [ 


Fishermen 

Xot on 
Registered 


Total Xuinbcr of 

Fishermen 

represented on 

Schedules including 


ConNTiEs, Cities, and Towss. 






i 




Officers 


Crew 


Total 


Vessels 


those on 
Registered Vessels 


NANTUCKET. 


21 


24 


45 


80 


125 


Nantucket 


21 


24 


45 


80 


125 


NORFOLK. 


- 


- 


- 


44 


44 


CohasBet 


- 


- 


- 


44 


44 


PLTJIOUTH. 


3 


15 


18 


331 


349 


Dusbnrv, 


2 


10 


12 


16 


2S 


Hingham, 








- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


Hull, 








- 


- 


- 


17 


17 


Kingston, 








- 


- 


- 





5 


Marion, . 








- 


- 


- 


39 


39 


Marshtield, . 








- 


_ 


- 


16 


16 


Mattapoisett, . 








- 


4 


4 


17 


21 


Middleborough, 








- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


Norwell, 








- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Plymouth, 








1 


1 


2 


80 


82 


Rochester, 








- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Scituate, 








- 


- 


- 


78 


78 


Wareham, 








- 


- 


- 


51 


51 


SUFFOLK. 


61 


638 


699 


256 


955 


Boston 


60 


632 


692 


225 


917 


Revere 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


7 


"Winthrop, 


1 


6 


7 


24 


31 



RECAPITULATION. 











1 




Total Number of 






Required to 


MAX Registered vesskls i 


Fishermen 


Fishermen 




n Counties. 








Not on 
Registered 


represented on 
Schedules incUuling 


The State, ak 












Officers 


Crew 


Total 


Vessels 


those on 
Registered Vessels 


THE STATE. 


850 


7,679 


8,529 


2,504 


11,093 


Barnstable, . 




142 


843 


985 


886 


1,871 


Bristol, . 








158 


854 


1,012 


213 


1,225 


Dukes, . 








21 


25 


46 


203 


249 


Essex, . 








444 


5,280 


5,724 


i 542 


6,265 


Middlesex, 








- 


_ 


- 


9 


9 


Nantucket, 








21 


24 


45 


80 


125 


Norfolk, . 








_ 


_ 


_ 


44 


44 


Plvmouth, 








3 


15 


18 


331 


349 


Suffolk, . 








61 


638 


699 


256 


955 



Tabular Analysis. 



Pages 

THE FISHERIES, ... 1-92 

Investments and Pkoducts, 5-54 

Food Fish: By Name, 55-64 

Vessels (Registered) and Boats : By Towns, 65-72 

Time Engaged in The Fisheries, for Registered Vessels : By Months, . 73-80 

Partners and Stockholders in Firms and Corporations, .... 81-88 

Estimated Number of Persons Engaged in The Fisheries : By Towns, . 89-92 



The division of the Census relating to the fisheries has received careful attention 
and supervision from inception to finish. Guided by the experience gained in the 
State Censuses of 1875 and 1885, the Bureau has endeavored to cover such points as 
had, apiDarently, received inadequate treatment in the past, while, at the same time, 
preserving the highest standard of completeness and accuracy in all other parts of the 
work. 

The plan adojjted was to divide the State into districts and place each in the charge 
of a comi3etent si^ecial agent. These agents were instructed, first, to make complete 
lists from the records at the United States Custom Houses of all registered vessels 
engaged in the fisheries. Second, their instructions required them to patrol the coast 
line and ascertain the names of all persons engaged in what is known as the " shore " 
fisheries. Third, they were directed to obtain by inquiries, or by engaging the services 
of persons who could sujjply the necessary information, the names and addresses of all 
persons who, though relying upon some other occupation for their principal means 
of support, yet engaged in fishing during some portion of the Census year which 
ended, as fixed by law, on December 31, 1895. From the owners of the registered 
vessels, and from all individual fishermen, certified returns were obtained ujjon The 
Fisheries schedule, and the tabular presentations to which this analysis applies are 
based upon these certified returns. 

In spite of all these jirecautions and our wish to approach as near as i:)ossible to 
absolute accuracy, we have no hesitation in saying that the value of products actually 
taken by fishermen during the Census year was undoubtedly somewhat larger than the 
figures we report. This is due to two facts : first, that it is impossible, without an 
extravagant outlay of money, to patrol inward from the coast line far enough to reach 
all those persons who may come to the shore to fish ; second, many of the fishermen 
counted by us as being on registered vessels at some time or other during the year, 
engage in shore fishing while vessels are laid up. Thus the same man becomes both 
a " shore " and a " vessel " fisherman. Many fishermen who are not resident in Massa- 
chusetts engage in shore or vessel fishing and return to their native countries, so 
that no trace of them can be obtained. It would be manifestly impossible to follow 
them up and secure returns, as it would also be to endeavor to learn from vessel fisher- 
men, absent on trips, how much fish they caught while fishing from the shore between 

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94 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



trips, or when the vessels were laid up. Two other classes of fishermen may have been 
omitted : those who had left town before the special agent's arrival, leaving no trace 
behind, and also those who died before the special agent's visit. 

Thus, it will be seen, such omissions as may have been made are unavoidable. We 
have generall}' found the estimates of persons engaged in the industry to be in excess 
of the results obtained in the Census. We in no way impugn the honesty of those who 
make these estimates, nor should they doubt the conscientious efforts which have been 
made to secure complete retui-ns in the Ceniius. The absolute, but unattainable, truth 
lies somewhere between the facts as recorded and the estimates. We do not consider 
the omissions as materially important, however, either as affecting the statistics, or 
the deductions that may be drawn from them relative to the industry. Hundreds and 
possibly thousands of men engage in the fisheries when the financial inducement is 
sufficient, and other hundreds or thousands forsake the industry for more j^rotitable 
employment. Many step from the fishing schooner to the foreign bound shij), the ocean 
liner, or the man-of-war. Fishing vessels are employed in carrying freight, jjassengers, 
or excursion parties when this is found more remunerative than fishing. Again, the 
presence or absence of certain varieties of fish has a marked influence on " the catch,'' 
and in considering the totals for any Census year, and particularly in comparing returns 
for two or more Census years, the variation in the kinds of vessels forming the fishing 
fleet, in the number of persons engaged in the industry, and the abundance or scarcity 
of fish in their accustomed haunts must be taken into consideration. 

Investments and Froduds. 

To measure the manufacturing industries of the State, we ascertain the capital in- 
vested and the value of goods made and work done ; the status of agriculture is indicated 
by the values of agricultural products and property ; and the condition of the fisheries 
is shown by analogous figures representing investments and value of products. Of 
course otlier statistics are obtained relating to Manufactures, Agriculture, and The Fish- 
eries, but none so i^lainly show the practical results of an industry as the fig'ures indi- 
cating the amount of money invested and the result of such investment. 

On pages 7-43 the investments and products in detail, and under classified heads, 
are sliown for each city and town in the State engaged in the fisheries. A recapitula- 
tion of city and town aggregates is given on pages 44-49 ; a recapitulation for the State 
and counties appears on pages 48 and 49, and a recapitulation for tlie State, by the 
name of each class of investment and each kind of product, will be found on pages 
50-53. 

The total capital invested in the fisheries in Massachusetts in the year 1895 was 
$5,338,828, while the total value of the i)roduct of the fisheries during the same year 
was $5,703,143. There were 145 cities and towns engaged in the industry, but 82.68 
per cent of the investments and 78 . 37 per cent of the value of product were returned by 
four cities and towns. These facts are fully shown in the following table : 



Cities and Towns. 


Counties 


INVESTMENTS 


Peoducts 












Amounts I'ercent- 


Amounts 


Percent- 
ages 


Provincetown, .... 


Barnstable 


$329,520 


6.17 


$434,487 


7.62 


Xew Bedi-ord, .... 


Bristol . 


546,398 


10.24 


313,197 


5.49 


Glovcesteu, 


Essex 


3,248,122 


60.84 


3,212,985 


56.34 


Boston 


Suffolk . 


289,722 


5.43 


508,801 


8.92 


Other cities and towns (141), 


- 


924,866 


17.32 


1,233,673 


21.63 


Totals, 


$5,338,828 


100.00 


$5,703,143 


100.00 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



95 



The county of Essex had 64.24: per cent of the total investment and 63.52 per cent 
of the total value of i^roducts. It sliould be noted that no investments were reported 
from the counties of Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, and Worcester. These, 
as is well-known, are not maritime counties, but are wholly inland, and the industry as 
carried on in these counties is usually designated as " the inland fisheries." The food 
fish taken by the inland fishermen are caught in brooks, ponds, and rivers, and no more 
investment is usually required than for the purchase of hooks and lines, although in 
many cases small row boats are used. As stated in the first part of this analj'sis, un- 
doubtedly many fishermen have been omitted for the various reasons there given, and 
it is probable that more of such omissions occurred in the case of the inland fisheries 
than in any other division of the industry. But this is manifestly unavoidable. The 
" inland fisherman " in nearly every instance has another business or occupation. In no 
way could all of them be located and returns secured excepting by a house to house 
canvass as is done in the taking of the popi;lation. Another method, although it would 
not be complete, would l)e to have lists of the members of all fish clubs or associations 
reported to the Fish and Game Commissioners, and to have such lists made available 
to the Bureau in Census years. 

In the subjoined table we show, for the State, the amounts and percentages, respec- 
tively, for the various elements included under the general designation of " Invest- 
ments."' 



Classification of Investments. 



Amounts 



Percentages 



Working capital, 
Apparatus, . 
Salt and ice, 

Totals, 



$4,488,564 
599,267 
250,997 



$5,338,828 



84.07 

11,23 

4.70 



100.00 



A similar presentation for " Products " follows : 



Classification of Products. 



Amounts 


Percentages 


$4,647,914 


81.50 


122,327 


2.14 


9,923 


0.17 


546,351 


9.58 


351,613 


6.17 


25,015 


0,44 


$5,703,143 


100.00 



Food tish, . 

Fish products, , 

Food fish pi-oducts, 

Shellfish, , 

Whale and seal products, 

Other products, . 

Totals, 



The edible products, including food fish, food fish products, shell fish, and carrageen 
(included under "Other Products") represented a value of $5,228,507, or 91.68 per 
cent of the value of all x^roducts. 

We have considered the general or condensed classifications only under the two 
subjects under analysis — viz., investments and jjroducts. An examination of details 
will show that they are often imjiortant and worthy of more extended consideration. 
We bring together in the table which follows the principal details under investments, 
showing value in each case, and also the percentage of the classification under which 
they appear, and the percentage of total investments. 



96 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



Dktails of Investments. 



Classification 



Land, buildings, fixtures, and macliiuery, 

Cash and credit capital, 

Vessels, and outfit, and l)oats, 

Oyster beds, 

"Wharves, 

Pounds and pockets, 

Gear, swordfishing and whaling 

Pots and traps, 

"Weirs, 

Lines, poles, nets, and seines, . . . . 

Trawls and trawl gear, 

Forks, spears, tongs, rakes, hoes, dredges, etc., 
"Wheelbarrows, cars, etc., for moving fish, 
Apparatus for dr.ving and pickling products, 
Barrels, kegs, etc., for packing products, 

Other apparatus, 

Salt 

Ice, 



Working capita' 
"Working capita 
"Working capital 
"Working capita 
"Working capita 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Apparatus . 
Salt and ice 
Salt and ice 



Value 



$478,519 

918,617 

2,725,743 

142,183 

223,502 

2,980 

112,685 

96,544 

101,112 

127,301 

89,142 

11,998 

4,262 

45,166 

895 

7,182 

143,155 

107,842 



Percentages of — 



Classifi- 1 Total 
cation Total , Investments 



10.66 

20.46 

60.73 

3.17 

4.98 

0.50 

18.80 

16.11 

16.87 

21.24 

14.88 

2.00 

0.71 

7.54 

0.15 

1.20 

57.03 

42.97 



8.96 
17.21 
51.06 
2.66 
4.19 
0.06 
2.11 
1.81 
1.89 
2.38 
1.67 
0.22 
0.08 
0.85 
0.02 
0.13 
2.68 
2.02 



Upon examination we find that cash and credit capital forms 20.46 per cent of 
■working capital, and 17.21 per cent of total investments. Vessels and outfit and boats 
represent 60.73 per cent of working capital, and .51.06 per cent of total investments. 
Lines, poles, nets, and seines form 21 . 24 per cent of the value of apparatus, but only 2 . 38 
per cent of total investments. The combined value of salt and ice is 4.70 per cent of 
total investments. The other lines may be read in a similar manner, and supply a 
complete financial analysis of the investments required to carry on the fishing industry. 

The following table for " Products " is prepared on the same plan as the one for 
" Investments " shown above : 









Percentages of — 


Details op Products. 


Classification 


^ alue 


Classifi- 
cation Total 


Total 
Prottucts 


Alewives 


Food fish .... 


$40,435 


0.87 


0.71 


Bass, . 










Food fish . 






11,640 


0.25 


0.20 


Bluefish, 








. 1 Food fish . 






54,735 


1.18 


0.96 


Butterfish, 








. Food fish. 






4 345 


0.09 


0.08 


Cod, . 








. 1 Food fish . 






1,778,119 


38.26 


31.18 


Cusk, . 








. 1 Food fish . 






j 53.517 


1.15 


0.94 


Eels, . 










Food fish . 






35,088 


0.76 


0.62 


Flounders, 








. 


Food fish . 






17,902 


0.39 


0.31 


Haddock, 










Food fish . 






048,640 


13.96 


11.37 


Hake, . 










Food fish . 






83,399 


1.79 


1.46 


Halibut, 










Food fish • 






542,007 


11.66 


9.50 


Herring, 










Food fish . 






136,048 


2.93 


2.39 


Mackerel, 










Food fish . 






670,775 


14.43 


11.76 


Perch, . 










Food fish . 






7,983 


0.17 


0.14 


Pickerel, 








. Food fish . 






4,852 


0.10 


0.09 


Pollock, 








. Food flsh . 






58,724 


1.26 


1.03 


Scup, . 








. Food fish . 

1 






26,455 


0.57 


0.46 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



97 





Classification 




PERCKXTAGE.S OF — 


Details of Products. 


Value 


Classifl- 
cation Total 


Tot;il 
Products 


Smelts, ...... 


Food fish .... 


1 
$15,814 


0.34 


0.28 


Squeteague, . 




Food fish .... 


14,812 


0.32 1 

1 


0.26 


Swordfish, .... 




Food fish .... 


24,206 


0.52 


0.42 


Tautog, 




Food fish .... 


11,135 


0.24 


0.20 


Trout 




Food fish .... 


12,510 


0.27 


0.22 


Other food fish, .... 




Food fish .... 


394,773 


8.49 


6.92 


Bait, 




Fish products . 


51,596 


42.18 


0.90 


Fish oil 




Fish products . 


6,080 


4.97 


0.11 


Livers, 




Fish products . 


11,407 


9.32 


0.20 


Menhaden, 




Fish products . 


10,456 


8.55 


0.18 


Periwinkles, 




Fish products . 


5,600 


4.58 


0.10 


Refuse fish for fertilizers, . 




Fish products . 


4,827 


3.94 


0.08 


Squid, 




Fish products . 


13,465 


11.01 


0.24 


Trout fry, .... 




Fish products . 


18,200 


14.88 


0.32 


Other fish products, . '. 




Fish products . 


690 


0.57 


0.01 


Food fish products, 




Food fish products . 


9,923 


100.00 


0.17 


Clams, 




Shell fish .... 


205,447 


37.60 


3.60 


Lobsters, .... 




Shell fish .... 


141,760 


25.95 


2.49 


O.vsters, .... 




Shell fish .... 


119,603 


21.89 


2.10 


Scollops, .... 




Shell fish .... 


79.541 


14.56 


1.39 


Whalebone 




Whale and seal products 


127,600 


36.29 


2.24 


Whale oil 




Whale and seal products 


212,283 


60.37 


3.72 


Other whale and seal products. 




Whale and seal products 


11,730 


3.34 


0.21 


Irish moss (carrageen), 




Other products 


24,319 


97.22 


0.43 


Other products, . 




Other products 


696 


2.78 


0.01 



We find that the value of cod cau<2;ht is 38. 2G per cent of the total value of food fish, 
and 31 . 18 per cent of the total value of all fishery products. The value of the mackerel 
catch was 14.43 per cent of the value of food fish, and 11.76 per cent of the total value 
of all fishery products. The comparative percentages for haddock are 13. 9G and 11.37, 
showing that in the year 189.5 the value of haddock caught apiJi'oximated very closely 
to the value of the mackerel catch. The value of bait was but 0.90 per cent of the total 
value of all products of the fisheries. Clams represent 3.60, lobsters 2.49, and oysters 
2.10 per cent of the total value of all fishery products. Whale oil, once a leading 
product of the fisheries, now represents but 3.72 per cent of the total value of all 
products of the fisheries. A careful survey of the table will enable the reader to 
ascertain similar ratios for all the products of the fishing industry in the Commonwealth 
for the Census year 1895. 

We next present a table which shows for each city and town in the State in which 
the fishing industry was carried on in the Census year 189.3, the total investment, the 
total product, and the percentage of value of product of amount invested. To insure 
the proper reading of this table we present a brief illustration of the correct method of 
using the figures . In the town of Barnstable we see that the total investment was $29,238 
and the total product was $27,212 ; this means that for each dollar in money invested 
there was a product return of 93^^^ cents, or 93 . 07 per cent. In the town of Chatham, the 
investment was $79,911, and the product was worth $82,867, which means a product return 
of $1.03 -|- for each dollar invested, or 103.70 per cent. The reader must remember, 
however, that this product return is not " profit " in the sense in which that word is gener- 
ally used. Out of this product return must come an allowance for the labor of catching 
the fish. On the vessels, the crew usually receive one-third, or 33.33 per cent. The 
shore fisherman, on the other hand, gets the whole amount for which his catch is sold. 



98 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



hwestments and Products: By Towns. 



Counties, Cities, axd Towns. 


Investments 


Products 


Percentages of 

Products 
of Investments 


BARNSTABLE. 


^730,436 


$748,230 


102.44 


Barnstable, 


29,238 


27,212 


93.07 


Bourne, 










50,414 


30,690 


60.88 


Brewster, 










7,355 


5,817 


79.09 


Chatham, 










79,911 


82,867 


103.70 


Dennis, . 










31,038 


20,585 


66.32 


Easthani, 










11,935 


8,666 


72.61 


Falmouth, . 










23,233 


21,532 


92.68 


Harwich, 










7,476 


8,354 


111.74 


Mash pee, 










1,922 


3,720 


193.55 


Orleans, 










1,513 


4,832 


319.37 


rrovincetown. 










329,520 


434,487 


131.85 


Sandwich, . 










7,769 


4,772 


61.42 


Truro, . 










96,434 


43,431 


45.04 


Wellfleet, 










45,278 


40,551 


89.56 


Yarmouth, . 










7,400 


10,714 


144.78 


BERKSHIRE.* 


- 


$8,833 


- 


Adams, 


- 


217 


- 


Becket, . 










- 


257 


- 


Cheshire, 










- 


2,020 


- 


Clarksburg, . 










- 


30 


- 


Dal ton, . 










- 


244 


- 


Florida, 










- 


309 


- 


Great Barringtou, 










- 


523 


- 


Hancock, 










- 


379 


- 


Hinsdale, 










- 


85 


- 


Lee, 










- 


37 


- 


Lenox, . 










- 


160 


- 


New Ashford, 










- 


7 


- 


New Marlborough 


t 








- 


825 


- 


North Adams, 










- 


565 


- 


Otis, 










- 


30 


- 


Peru, . 










- 


187 


- 


PiTTSFIELD, . 










- 


2,239 


- 


Richmond, . 










- 


83 


- 


Savoy, . 










- 


198 


- 


Stockbridge, 










- 


7 


- 


Washington, 










- 


128 


- 


Williamstown, 










- 


33 


- 


Windsor, 










- 


270 


- 


BRISTOL. 


$631,011 


$388,869 


61.63 


Berkle)-, 


4,161 


4,279 


102.84 


Dartmouth, . 










21,420 


17,566 


82.01 


Dighton, 










3,685 


5,028 


136.45 


Fairhaven, . 










24,765 


23,999 


96.91 


Fall Rivek, 










10,004 


6,053 


60.51 


Freetown, 










3,033 


464 


15.30 



• The fisheries in this county were " Inland " and no investments were returned. See page 95, ante. 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



99 



Investments and Products : By Towns — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 


Investments 


Products 


Percentages of 

Products 
of Investments 


BRISTOL — Con. 








New Bedford, 




$546,598 


$313,197 


57.30 


Raynham, . 












2,173 


2,718 


125.08 


Somerset, 












5,196 


3,586 


69.01 


Swansea, 












445 


3,785 


850.56 


Taixton, 












424 


570 


134.43 


Westport, 












9,107 


7,624 


83.72 


DUKES. 


$74,525 


$137,442 


184.42 


Chilmark, 


13,048 


20,596 


157.85 


Cottage City, 












438 


820 


187.21 


Edgartown, . 












17,490 


40,462 


231.34 


Gay Head, . 












3,946 


4,592 


116.37 


Gosnold, 












16,677 


21,538 


129.15 


Tisbury, 












14,762 


34,955 


236.79 


West Tisbury, 












8,164 


14,479 


177.35 


ESSEX. 


$3,429,436 


$3,622,518 


105.63 


Beverly 


82,139 


99,150 


120.71 


Essex, . 












11,363 


18,415 


162.06 


Gloucester, 












3,248,122 


3,212,985 


98.92 


Ipswich, 












2,167 


34,205 


1,578.45 


Mancliester, . 












6,515 


3,340 


51.27 


Marblehead, 












5,863 


25,336 


432.13 


Nahant, 












1,665 


6,877 


413.03 


Newbury, 












96 


1,800 


1,875.00 


Newbiryport, 












7,114 


53,074 


746.05 


Rockport, 












33,884 


76,626 


226.14 


Rowley, 












196 


2,980 


1,520.41 


Salem, . 












5,603 


6,615 


118.06 


Salisbury, 












832 


9,600 


1,153.85 


Swampscott, 












23,877 


71,515 


299.51 


FRANKLIN 


« 


- 


$281 


- 


Bernardston, 


• • • 


_ 


9 


_ 


Warwick, 


. 


- 


272 


- 


HAMPDEN. 


* 


- 


$3,378 


- 


Brimfield 


... 


_ 


11 


_ 


Chicopee, . 












_ 


574 


_ 


flOLYOKE, . 












- 


1,117 


- 


Longmeadow, 












_ 


40 


— 


Ludlow, 












_ 


89 


_ 


Monson, 












_ 


108 


- 


Montgomery, 












- 


26 


- 


Palmer, 












- 


339 


- 


Southwick, . 












- 


14 


_ 


Springfield, 












_ 


623 


- 


Westfield, . 












_ 


36 


- 


West Springfield, 










- 


379 


- 


Wilbraham, . 










- 


22 


- 



See foot-note, page 98, ante. 



100 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



Investments and Products : By Towns — Contiuued. 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. Investments 


Products 


Peroeiitasres of 

I'roiluets 
of Investments 


HAMPSHIRE.* 


- 


$1,072 


- 


Amherst 


- 


157 


_ 


BelchertoMii, 












- 


67 


- 


Goshen, 












- 


67 


- 


Granl)y, 












- 


10 


- 


Greenwich, . 












- 


20 


- 


Hadley, 












- 


253 


- 


Huntington, . 












- 


65 


- 


Plainfield, 












- 


120 


- 


South Hadley, 












- 


105 


- 


Ware, . 












- 


208 


- 


MIDDLESEX. 


$1,109 


$3,850 


347.16 


Medford, 


1,109 


3,850 


347.16 


NANTUCKET. 


$40,662 


$77,653 


190.97 


Nantucket, 


40,662 


77,653 


190.97 


NORFOLK. 


$6,086 


$17,001 


279.35 


Cohasset 


6,086 


17,001 


279.35 


PLYMOUTH. 


$125,473 


$163,499 


130.31 


Duxbury, 


9,474 


14,517 


153.23 


Hingham, 












196 


3,656 


1,865.31 


Hull, . 












2,138 


12,370 


578.58 


Kingston, 












701 


2,650 


378.03 


Marion, 












11,498 


11,982 


104.21 


Marshfield, , 












2,880 


4,230 


146.88 


Mattapoisett, 












4,012 


5,800 


144.57 


Middleborougli, 












1,010 


1,200 


118.81 


Norwell, 












135 


313 


231.85 


Plymouth, . 












19,782 


39,521 


199.78 


Rochester, . 












55 


72 


130.91 


Scituate, 












8,028 


21,603 


269.10 


Wareham, . 












65,564 


45,585 


69.53 


SUFFOLK. 


$300,090 


$526,575 


175.47 


Boston, 


289,722 


508,801 


175.62 


Revere, 


3,260 


4,235 


129.91 


"VVinthrop 


7,108 


13,539 


190.48 


AVORCESTER.* 


- 


$3,942 


- 




_ 


236 


_ 


Athol, . 












- 


513 


- 


Auburn, 












_ 


22 


_ 


Boylston, 












_ 


68 


_ 


Brooklielil, . 












_ 


145 


«. 


Clinton, 












_ 


6 


_ 


Dana, . 












— 


55 


.. 


Gardner, 












- 


74 


- 



* See foot-note, page 98, ante. 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



101 





Investments and Products : By Towns — Concludecl 


• 


Counties, Cities, and Towns. 


Investments 


rrocUicts 


Percfiitaecs of 

l'ri>iiiiL-ts 
of Investments 


WORCESTER — Con. 








Holden 


- 


$29 


- 


Leicester, 












- 


12 




Millbury, 












- 


43 


- 


North Brookfield, 












- 


72 


- 


Oakham, 












- 


26 


- 


Paxton, 












- 


50 


- 


Petersham, . 












- 


30 


- 


Phillipston, . 












- 


21 


- 


Princeton, 












- 


105 


- 


Royalston, . 












- 


51 


- 


Rutland, 












- 


10 


- 


Shrewsbury, 












- 


99 




Spencer, 












- 


178 




Sterling, 












- 


20 


- 


Sturbridge, . 












- 


20 


- 


Sutton, . 












- 


23 


- 


L'pton, , 












- 


27 


- 


Uxbridge, . 












- 


6 


■ - 


Warren, 












- 


65 


- 


West Boylston, 












- 


49 


- 


West Brookfield, 












- 


1,219 


- 


Worcester, 














6G8 


- 



The town of Provincetown, and the cities of New Bedford, Gloucester, and Boston, 
as shown on page 94, a?ite, had 78.37 per cent of the total product of the fisheries. The 
percentages of products of investments in these four places were as follows : Province- 
town, 131.85; New Bedford, 57.30; Gloucester, 98.92; and Boston, 175.62. These 
places had 82.68 per cent of the total money investment. If we deduct the fisherman's 
usual " lay " of one-third of the i^roduct, the resulting percentages of product value 
of money investment are as follows: Provincetown, 87.90; New Bedford, 38; 20; 
Gloucester, 65.95 ; and Boston, 117.08. 

The State and county percentages are shown in the recaiiitulation which follows : 









Percentages of 


The State, and Counties. 


Investments 


Products 


Products 
of Investments 


THE STATE. 


$5,338,828 


$5,703,143 


106.82 


Barnstable 


730,436 


748,230 


102.44 


Berkshire, 
















- 


8,833 


- 


Bristol, . 
















031,011 


388,869 


G1.63 


Dukes, . 
















74,525 


137,442 


184.42 


Essex, . 
















3,429,436 


3,622,518 


105.63 


Franklin, 
















- 


281 


- 


Hampden, 
















- 


3,378 


- 


Hampshire, 
















- 


1,072 


- 


Middlesex, 
















1,109 


3,850 


347.16 



102 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



The State, and Coukties. 



Investments 



Troducts 



rercentuKCS of 

Products 
of Invcstinints 



Nantucket, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Suffolk, 

Worcester, 



6,086 
125,473 
300,090 



§77,653 

17,001 

163,499 

526,575 

3,942 



190.97 
279.35 
130.31 
175.47 



Considering percentages only, and omitting comparative value of product in the 
coimties, the coimty of Middlesex shows the largest product return, relative to the 
amoimt of capital reported, namely, 34:7. 16 per cent. Norfolk County comes next -with 
279 . 35 per cent, but in the case of both counties the investments and products are very 
small when compared with counties like Barnstable, Bristol, Essex, and Suffolk. The 
State percentage is lOG .82. If the usual " lay " of one-third is deducted it would indicate 
an average gross income upon the amount of capital rejiorted in the fishing industry of 
71.22 per cent. This in no way indicates net profits, for the loss of vessels, their 
depreciation in value, and the loss and wear and tear of boats and ajiparatus are large 
items and materially affect the net profits. Our puri^ose in attempting to indicate to 
some desfree the income of the fisheries has not been with the intention of disclosing 
private business, or to intimate that the profits are excessive. Biit we wish to call 
attention to the evident fact that the fishing industry is profitable, and that all jjroper 
means should be emplo^'ed both by the State and nation to foster it by wise legislation. 
It is the fashion to speak of the decadence of our fisheries, but, as we have previously 
stated, in all comparisons of Census figures very much depends upon whether the Census 
year was a "good" or "poor" fish year. Again, a reduction in prices has a marked 
influence on the figures compared. In fact, the most indicative and manifestlj' lair way 
to comjjare the fisheries for two or more Census years is to compare quant Hies and this 
is done on pages 122 and 123, post. 

In the next table the cities and towns reporting inland fisheries are omitted. Con- 
sidering the State line showing percentages of products of investments, we find but 
one town reported less than 25 per cent ; one town reported 25 but less than 50 per 
cent ; nine towns 60 but less than 75 per cent ; eight towns 75 but less than 100 per 
cent ; while 48 towns, or 71.64 per cent of the 67 considered, reported 100 or more per 
cent. 





Ndmber of Cities and Towns Kepkesenting 








Specified Percentages: 




Total 














Number of 


The State, ano Countiu 


*• Under 


25 

per cent 
but under 


50 

per cent 
but under 


75 

per cent 
but under 


100 

per cent and 


Cities and 
Towns 




per cent 


SO 

per cent 


75 

per cent 


lOO 

per cent 


over 




THE STATE. 


1 


1 


9 


8 


48 


: 67 


Barnstable, . 


- 


1 


4 


4 


6 


15 


Bristol, 




1 


- 


3 


3 


5 


12 


Dukes, 




. 


- 


- 


- 


7 


7 


Essex, . 




. 


- 


1 


1 


12 


14 


Middlesex, . 




. 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


1 


Nantucket, . 




. 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


1 


Norfolk, 




. 


- 


- 


— 


1 


' 1 


riyuiouth, . 




. 


- 


1 


- 


12 


; ^'"^ 


Suffolk, 




• 


- 


- 


- 


3 


1 3 



TABtJLAR ANALYSIS. 



103 



"We continue our consideration of investments and products, presenting next a table 
which shows the amount invested in the fisheries in the years 1885 and 1895 for each 
city and town engaged in the industry in the years specified. We present also the 
increase or decrease in amount in 1895 as compared with 1885, with corresponding per- 
centages. 

Comparative Investments in 1885 and 1895 : By Towns. 





Investments 


INCKEASE (+), OR DECREASE (-), IN 

1895 AS Compared with 1885 


CotTNTiEs, Cities, and Towns. 


issr> 


1895 


Amounts 


Percentages 


BARNSTABLE. 


$2,009,437 


$730,436 


—$1,279,001 


—63.65 


Barnstable 


42,741 


29,238 


—13,503 


—31.59 


Bourne, 












40,824 


50,414 


+9,590 


+23.49 


Brewster, 












12,815 


7,355 


—5,460 


—42.61 


Chatham, 












121,008 


79,911 


-41,097 


—33.96 


Dennis, 












79,400 


31,038 


—48,362 


—60.91 


Eastham, 












42,538 


11,935 


—30,603 


—71.94 


Falmouth, . 












35,012 


23,233 


—11,779 


—33.64 


Harwich, 












115,264 


7,476 


—107,788 


—93.51 


Mashpee, 












4,219 


1,922 


—2,297 


—54.44 


Orleans, 












6,608 


1,513 


—5,095 


—77.10 


Provincetown, 












964,573 


329,520 


—635,053 


—65.84 


Sandwich, . 












4,199 


7,769 


+3,570 


+85.02 


Truro, . 












89,616 


96,434 


+6,818 


+7.61 


Wellfleet, . 












443,107 


45,278 


—397,829 


-89.78 


Yarmouth, . 












7,513 


7,400 


—113 


—1.50 


BRISTOL. 


$1,521,970 


$631,011 


—$890,959 


—58.54 


Berkley 


980 


4,161 


+3,181 


+324.59 


Dartmouth, . 












40,662 


21,420 


—19,242 


—47.32 


Dighton, 












8,702 


3,685 


-5,017 


—57.65 


Fairhaven, . 












25,641 


24,765 


—876 


—3.42 


Fall River, 












10,300 


10,004 


—296 


—2.87 


Freetown, . 












- 


3,033 


+3,033 


- 


New Bedford, 












1,424,421 


546,598 


—877,823 


—61.63 


Raynham, . 












1,710 


2,173 


+463 


+27.08 


Somerset, 












- 


5,196 


+5,196 


- 


Swansea, 












342 


445 


+103 


+30.12 


Taixton, 












5,092 


424 


—4,668 


—91.67 


Westport, . 












4,120 


9,107 


+4,987 


+ 121.04 


DUKES 


• 


$174,721 


$74,525 


—$100,196 


—57.35 


Chilmark, . 


. 


5,278 


13,048 


+7,770 


+147.21 


Cottage City, 












- 


438 


+438 


- 


Edgartown, . 












146,933 


17,490 


—129,443 


—88.10 


Gay Head, . 












1,631 


3,946 


+2,315 


+141.94 


Gosnold, 












7,938 


16,677 


+8,739 


+110.09 


Tisbury, 












12,941 


14,762 


+1,821 


+ 14.07 


West Tisbury, 












- 


8,164 


+8,164 


- 


ESSEX 




$4,239,493 


$3,429,436 


—$810,057 


—19.11 


Beverly, . 


. 


37,888 


82,139 


+44,251 


+116.79 


Essex, . 


. 


3,150 


11,363 . 


+8,213 


+260.73 


Gloucester, 


3,966,943 


3,248,122 


—718,821 


—18.12 



104 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



Comparative Investments in 1885 and 1895 : By Towns — Concluded. 













IKVESTMENTS 


INXRKASK (+), OR Dl-XKKASK (— ), IN 
iH»5 AS COMl'AKKD WITH 1»S5 


CousTiKS, Cities, and iowns. 




1 








iHsa 


1895 


Amounts 


Percentages 


ESSEX — Con. 




! 






Ipswich, 


$2,200 


$2,167 


—$33 


—1.50 


Lynx, . 










5,760 


1 


—5,760 


- 


Manchester, 










2,186 


6,515 


+4,329 


+198.03 


Marl)lehead, 










25,852 


5,863 


—19,989 


—77.32 


Xahant, 










810 


1,665 


+855 


+105.56 


Newbuiy, 










- 


96 


+96 


- 


Newburyport, 










24,977 


7,114 


—17,863 


—71.52 


Rockport, . 










86,984 


33,884 


—53,100 


—61.05 


Rowley, 










40 


196 


+156 


+390.00 


Salem, 










11,368 


5,603 


—5,765 


—50.71 


Salisbury, . 










180 


832 


+652 


+362.22 


Swampscott, 










71,155 


23,877 


-47,278 


—66.44 


HAMPDEX. 


$85 


- 


—$85 


- 


Chicopee, 


85 


- 


—85 


- 


HAMPSHIRE. 


flO 


- 


—$10 


- 


Huntington, 


10 


- 


—10 


- 


MIDDLESEX. 


$430 


$1,109 


+$679 


+ 157.91 


Medfokd, 


430 


1,109 


+679 


+ 157.91 


XAXTUCKET. 


$45,900 


$40,662 


— $5,238 


—11.41 


Nantucket, 


45,900 


40,662 


—5,238 


—11.41 


NORFOLK. 


$69,801 


$6,086 


—$63,715 


—91.28 


Cohasset, 


69,751 


6,086 


—63,665 


—91.27 


Weymouth, 


50 


- 


—50 


- 


PLYMOUTH. 


$189,340 


$125,473 


—$63,867 


—33.73 


Duxbnry 


10,580 


9,474 


—1,106 


—10.45 


Hingham, 








8 


196 


+188 


+2,350.00 


Hull, . 








17,086 


2,138 


—14,948 


—87.49 


Kingston, 








14,975 


701 


-14,274 


—95.32 


Marion, 








2,340 


11,498 


+9,158 


+391.37 


Marshfielcl, . 








4,946 


2,880 


—2,066 


-41.77 


Mattapoisett, 








2,027 


4,012 


+1,985 


+97.93 


Middleborough, . 








150 


1,010 


+860 


+573.33 


Norwell, 








- 


135 


+135 


- 


Plymouth, . 








28,580 


19,782 


—8,798 


—30.78 


Rochester, . 








- 


55 


+55 


- 


Scituate, 








35,618 


8,028 


—27,590 


—77.46 


Wareham, . 








73,030 


65,564 


—7,466 


—10.22 


SUFFOLK. 


$409,394 


$300,090 


—$109,304 


—26.70 


Boston, 


397,374 


289,722 


—107,652 


-27.09 


Revere, 


- 


3,260 


+3,260 


- 


Winthrop 


12,020 


7,108 


—4,912 


—40.87 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



105 



We shall confine our analysis of this table to the recapitulation for the State and 
counties, which follows : 



The Statu, and Countiks. 


Investments 


Increase (+), or Decrease (— ), in 
1893 AS Compared with 188.5 


188.5 


189.5 


Amounts 


Percentages 


THE STATE. 


$8,660,581 


$5,338,828 


—$3,321,753 


—38.35 


Barnstable 


2,009,437 


730,436 


—1,279,001 


—63.65 


Bristol, 












1,521,970 


631,011 


—890,959 


—58.54 


Dukes, . 












174,721 


74,525 


—100,196 


—57.35 


Essex, . 












4,239,493 


3,429,436 


—810,057 


—19.11 


Hampden, 












85 


- 


—85 


- 


Hampsliire, 












10 


- 


—10 


- 


Middlesex, . 












430 


1,109 


+679 


+157.91 


Nantucket, 












45 900 


40,662 


—5,238 


—11.41 


Norfolk, 












69,801 


6,086 


— 63,715 


—91.28 


Pl3'mouth, 












189,340 


125,473 


—63,867 


-33.73 


Suffolk, 












409,394 


300,090 


—109,304 


—26.70 



The total amount reported as being invested in the fisheries in 1885 was $8,660,581. 
The returns for the year 1895 show a total of $5,338,828. The decrease is $3,321,753, or 
38.35 per cent. Examining the counties, we find that in one onlj'-, Middlesex, was there 
an increase, but the amounts involved in both years were small and have no influence 
upon the industry. The largest percentage of decrease is shown in the county of Xor- 
folk ; then follow, in order named, the counties of Barnstable, Bristol, Dukes, Plymouth, 
Suftblk, Essex, and Nantucket. The counties of Hampden and Hampshire which re- 
ported investments in 1885 have none in 1895. The counties of Berkshire, Franklin, 
and Worcester had no investments in 1885 ; in 1895 they reported the value of products 
only for inland fisheries, the amount invested being simply in hooks and lines, for which 
the value was not asked. 

The following table gives the number of cities and towns showing an increase or 
decrease in investments in 1895 as compared with 1885, by counties and for the State : 



The State, and Counties. 



Number nf 

Cities iiiul Towns 

Showing (Jain 



Xumtjer of 

Cities anil Towns 

Sliowin;,' Loss 



Total Numl)cr 

of Cities and Towns 

Considered 



THE STATE. 

Barnstable 

Bristol, 

Dukes, 

Essex, 

Middlesex, .... 
Nantucliet, .... 
Norfolk, .... 

Plymouth 

Suffolk 



30 

3 

6 
6 
7 
1 



39 

12 
6 
1 
8 

1 
2 

7 
2 



69 

15 
12 
7 
15 
1 
1 
2 

13 
3 



There are 69 cities and towns considered in this table of which 30 show a gain, and 
39 a loss in the amounts invested in the fisheries. The cities and towns making returns 
of inland fisheries are not given in this table for reasons previously stated. 



lOG 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



We next pass to the consideration of the comparative value of the products of the 
fisheries in the years 1885 and 1895. 

Comparative Value of Products in 1885 and 1895: By Toions. 











Products 


Increase (+), or. Decrease (— ), in 

1895 AS COMl'ARED WITH 188.1 


Counties, Cities, axd towns. 












188.5 


1895 


Amounts 


Percentages 


BARN 


STABLE, 


$1,245,319 


$748,230 


—$497,089 


—39.92 


Barnstable, . 


• . • ■ 


38,289 


27,212 


—11,077 


—28.93 


Bourne, 








24,418 


30,690 


+6,272 


+25,69 


Brewster, 








15,411 


5,817 


—9,594 


—62.25 


Chatham, 








98,322 


82,867 


—15,455 


—15.72 


Dennis, 








47,395 


20,585 


—26,810 


—56.57 


Eastham, 








39,453 


8,666 


—30,787 


—78.03 


Falmouth, . 








16,078 


21,532 


+5,454 


+33.92 


Harwich, 








55,691 


8,354 


—47,337 


-85.00 


Mashpee, 








1,027 


3.720 


+2,693 


+262,22 


Orleans, 








6,256 


4,832 


—1,424 


—22.76 


Provincetown, 








628,454 


434,487 


—193,967 


—30.86 


Sandwich, . 








12,000 


4,772 


-7,228 


—60.23 


Truro, . 








89,508 


43,431 


-46,077 


—51.48 


Well fleet, . 








165,874 


40,551 


—125,323 


—75.55 


Yarmouth, . 








7,143 


10,714 


+3,571 


+49.99 


BERKSHIRE. 


- 


$8,833 


+$8,8.33 


- 


Adams, 


- 


217 


+217 


- 


Becket, 








- 


257 


+257 


- 


Cheshire, 








— 


2,020 


+2,020 


- 


Clarksburg, . 








- 


30 


+30 


- 


Dalton, 








- 


244 


+244 


- 


Florida, 








- 


309 


-1-309 


- 


Great Barrington 








- 


523 


+523 


- 


Hancock, 








- 


379 


+379 


- 


Hinsdale, 








- 


85 


+85 


- 


Lee, 








- 


37 


+37 


- 


Lenox, 








- 


160 


+160 


- 


New Ashford, 








- 


1 


+7 


- 


New Marlborong] 


■^i 






- 


825 


+825 


- 


North Adams, 








- 


565 


+565 


- 


Otis, . 








- 


30 


+30 


- 


Fern, . 








- 


187 


+187 


- 


PiTTSFIELD, 








- 


2,239 


+2,239 


- 


Richmond, . 








- 


83 


+83 


- 


Savoy, . 








- 


198 


+198 


- 


Stockbridge, 








- 


7 


+7 


- 


Washington, 








- 


128 


+128 


- 


"Williamstown, 








- 


33 


+33 


- 


AVindsor, 








- 


270 


+270 


- 


BRISTOL. 


$1,325,868 


$388,869 


—$936,999 


—70.67 


Berkley, 7,093 


4,279 


—2,814 


—39.67 


Dartmouth, 17,79i 


17,566 


—228 


-1.28 


Dighton 7,212 


5,028 


—2,184 


—30.28 


Fairhaven, 24,91-1 


23,999 


—915 


—3,67 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



107 



Comparative Value of Products in 1885 and 1895 : By Towns — Continued. 











Troducts 


iNcr.EASE (+), OR Decrease (— ). is 
189.5 AS Compared with 1885 


Counties, Cities, and towns. 












1885 


1895 


Amounts 


Percentages 


BRISTOL — Con. 










Fall River, 


. . 


$7,740 


$6,053 


—$1,687 


—21.80 


Freetown, . 








1,266 


464 


—802 


—63.35 


New Bedford, 








1,235,109 


313,197 


—921,912 


—74.64 


Raynham, . 








4,609 


2,718 


—1,891 


—41.03 


Somerset, 








4,169 


3,586 


—583 


—13.98 


Swansea, 








2,521 


3,785 


+1,264 


+50.14 


Tauntox, 








8,455 


570 


—7,885 


—93.26 


"NA'estport, 








4,986 


7,624 


+2,638 


+52.91 


DUKES. 


$112,103 


$137,442 


+$25,339 


+22.60 


Cliilmark, 


11,080 


20,596 


+9,516 


+85.88 


Cottage City, 








- 


820 


+820 


- 


Edgartown, . 








67,529 


40,462 


—27,067 


—40.08 


Gay Head, . 








2,442 


4,592 


+2,150 


+88.04 


Gosnold, 








15,822 


21,538 


+5,716 


+36.13 


Tisbury, 








15,230 


34,955 


+19,725 


+ 129.51 


West Tisbury, 








- 


14,479 


+14,479 


- 


ESSEX. 


$3,076,907 


$3,622,518 


+$545,611 


+17.73 


Beverly, 


35,498 


99,150 


+63,652 


+179.31 


Essex, . 








12,244 


18,415 


+6,171 


+50.40 


Glovcestek, 








2,667,164 


3,212,985 


+545,821 


+20.46 


Ipswich, 








21,784 


34,205 


+12,421 


+57.02 


Lynx, . 








3,600 


- 


—3,600 


- 


Manchester, . 








3,356 


3,340 


—16 


—0.48 


Marblehead, 








20,245 


25,336 


+5,091 


+25.15 


Nahant, 








9,062 


6,877 


—2,185 


—24.11 


Newbury, 








6,000 


1,800 


—4,200 


—70.00 


Newburyport, 








58,232 


53,074 


—5,158 


—8.86 


Rockport, 








104,657 


76,626 


—28,031 


—26.78 


Rowley, 








4,454 


2,980 


—1,474 


—33.09 


Salem, 








22,300 


6,615 


—15,685 


—70.34 


Salisbury, . 








2,320 


9,600 


+7,280 


+313.79 


Swampscott, 








105,991 


71,515 


—34,476 


—32.53 


FRANKLIN. 


- 


$281 


+$281 


- 


Bernardston, 


- 


9 


+9 


- 


Warwick, 


- 


272 


+272 


- 


HAMPDEN. 


flOO 


$3,378 


+$3,278 


+3,278.00 


Brimfield, 


- 


11 


+11 


- 


Chicopee, . 


• 






100 


574 


+474 


+474.00 


Holyoke, . 








- 


1.117 


+1,117 


- 


Longmeadow, 








- 


40 


+40 


- 


Ludlow, 








- 


89 


+89 


- 


Mouson, 








- 


108 


+108 


- 


Montgomery, 








- 


26 


+26 


- 


Palmer, 








- 


339 


+339 


- 


Southwiek, . 








- 


14 


+14 


— 



108 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



Comparative Value of Products in 1885 and 1895: By Towns — Continued. 









Increase (-}-), or I 


)i;cRi;\si; { — ), in 




PRODu^xo 1 


189.J AS COMI'ARKD WITH IMJJ.'i 


CoDNTiES, Cities, and Towns. 












1S85 


18»S 


Amounts 


Percentages 


HAMPDEN — Con. 










Springfield, 


- 


$623 


+$623 


- 


"WestlieUl, 


- 


36 


+36 


- 


West Springfield 


- 


379 


+379 


- 


Wilbraham, 


- 


22 


+22 


- 


HAMPSHIRE. 


$332 


$1,072 


+$740 


+222.89 


Amherst, 


- 


157 


+157 


- 


Belchertown, 


- 


67 


+67 


- 


Goshen 


- 


67 


+67 


- 


Granby, 


- 


10 


+10 


- 


Greenwich, 


- 


20 


+20 


- 


Hadlev, 


- 


253 


+253 


- 


Huntington, 


160 


65 


—95 


—59.38 


Plainfield, 


- 


120 


+120 


- 




172 


105 


—67 


—38.95 


Ware, 


- 


208 


+208 


- 


MIDDLESEX. 


|1,260 


$3,850 


+$2,590 


+20.56 


Medfoed 


1,260 


3,850 


+2,590 


+20.56 


NANTUCKET. 


$35,389 


$77,653 


+$42,264 


+119.43 


Nantuclcet, 


35,389 


77,653 


+42,264 


+119.43 


NORFOLK. 


129,997 


$17,001 


—$12,996 


43.32 


Cohasset, 


29,855 


17,001 


—12,854 


—43.05 


Weymouth, 


142 


- 


—142 


- 




$169,343 


$163,499 


—$5,844 


—3.45 


Duxbury, 


21,150 


14,517 


—6,633 


—31.36 


Hingham, 








270 


3,656 


+3,386 


+1,254.07 


Hull, . 








14,658 


12,370 


—2,288 


—15.61 


Kingston, 








8,115 


2,650 


—5,465 


—67.34 


Marion, 








5,819 


11,982 


+6,163 


+105.93 


Marshfield, . 








11,141 


4,230 


—6,911 


—62.03 


Mattapoisett, 








1,153 


5,800 


+4,647 


-1-403.04 


Middleborough, . 








250 


1,200 


+950 


+380.00 


Norwell, 








- 


313 


+313 


- 


Plymouth, . 








15,233 


39,521 


+24,288 


+159.44 


Rochester, . 








- 


72 


+72 


- 


Scituate, 








43,378 


21,603 


—21,775 


—50.20 


Wareham, . 








48,176 


45,585 


—2,591 


—5.38 


SUFFOLK. 


$466,074 


$526,575 


+$60,501 


+12.98 




445,224 


508,801 


+63,577 


+14.28 


Revere, 


- 


4,235 


+4,235 


- 


Winthrop, 


20,850 


13,539 


—7,311 


—35.06 


WORCESTER. 


- 


$3,942 


+$3,942 


- 


Ashbnrnham, 


- 


236 


+236 


- 




- 


513 


+513 


- 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



109 



Comparative Value of Products in 1885 and 1895: By Totvns — Coucluded. 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



Pkoducts 



188S 



1895 



AVORCESTER 

Auburn, 

Bojistou, 

Brookfield, 

Clinton, 

Dana, . 

Gardner, 

Holden, 

Leicester, 

Millbury, 

North Broolvtield, 

Oalvham, 

Pax ton, 

Petersham, 

Phillipston, 

Princeton, 

Royalston, 

Rutland, 

Shrewsbury, 

Spencer, 

Sterling, 

Sturbridge, 

Sutton, 

Upton, . 

Uxbridge, 

Warren, 

West Boylston, 

West Brookfield, 

Worcester, 



■Con. 



$22 

68 

145 

6 

55 

74 

29 

12 

43 

72 

26 

50 

30 

21 

105 

51 

10 

99 

178 

20 

20 

23 

27 

6 

65 

49 

1,219 

668 



iNCTiK.ASE (-f).()R DeCUEASE (— ), IN 
I8M5 AS Compared with 18S.5 



Amounts 



+$22 

+68 

+145 

+6 

+55 

+74 

+29 

+ 12 

+43 

+72 

+26 

+50 

+30 

+21 

+105 

+51 

+10 

+99 

+ 178 

+20 

+20 

+23 

+27 

+6 

+65 

+49 

+1,219 

+668 



Tercentages 



A recapitulation for the State and counties follows : 





COHNTIKS. 




X CM HE I! 

OF Cities and Towns 
Making Ketukn 


Products 


Intreasi 
Decrease (- 
Compared 


(+), or 

), in 1895 AS 

with 1885 




1885 


1893 


1885 


1895 


Amounts 


reroentages 


THE STATE. 


67 


145 


$6,462,692 


$5,703,143 


—$759,549 


—11.75 


Barnstable, 


15 


15 


1,245,319 


748,230 ; 


' 497,089 


—39.92 


Berkshire, 








- 


23 


- 


8,833 


+8,833 


- 


Bristol, . 








12 


12 


1,325,868 


388,869 


—936,999 


—70.67 


Dukes, . 








5 


7 


112,103 


137,442 


+25,339 


+22.60 


Essex, 








15 


14 


3,076,907 


3,622,518 


+545.611 


+ 17.73 


Franklin, 








- 


2 


- 


281 


+281 


- 


Hampden, 








1 


13 


100 


3,378 


+3,278 


+3,278.00 


Hampshire, 








2 


10 


332 


1,072 


+740 


+222.89 


Middlesex, 








1 


1 


1,260 


3,850 


+2,590 


+20.56 


Nantucket, 








1 


1 


35,389 


77,653 


+42,264 


+119.43 



110 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



The State, and Counties. 


NCMBER 

OF Cities axo Towns 
Making Return 


Products 


Increase (+), or 

Decrease (— ), in 1895 as 

Compared with 1885 




1885 


1895 


1885 


1895 


Amounts 


Terceiitages 


Norfolk, .... 
Plymouth, 

Suffolk 

Worcester, 


2 

11 

2 


1 
13 

3 
30 


1 

$29,997 

169,343 

i 466,074 


$17,001 

163,499 

526,575 

3,942 


—$12,996 

—5,844 

+60,501 

+3,942 


—43.32 

—3.45 

+ 12,98 



The total value of the product of the fisheries in 1885 was $6,462,692. In 1895, the 
value was $5,703,143, showing a decrease of $759,549, or 11.75 per cent. The counties 
of Dukes, Essex, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Nantucket, and Suffolk, show an 
increase in the values of products in 1895 as compared with 1885. The increases in the 
counties of Hampden and Hampshire appear very large when percentages are considered, 
but they are derived from small amounts which have no appreciable effect upon the 
industry as a whole. The counties of Barnstable, Bristol, Norfolk, and Plymouth show 
decreases in the value of products in the year 1895 as compared with 1885. The counties 
of Berkshire, Franklin, and Worcester, Avhich reported the product of inland fisheries 
in 1895, did not make returns in 1885. 

The table which follows gives, for the State and counties, the number of cities and 
towns showing gains or losses respectively, in the value of jiroducts, in 1895 as compared 
with 1885 : 



The State, and Counties. 



Number of 

Cities and Towns 

Showing Gain 



Number of 

Cities and Towns 

Siiowing Loss 



Total 



THE STATE. 

Barnstable 

Bristol, 

Dukes, 

Essex, 

Middlesex 

Nantucket, .... 
Norfolk, . . . . 
Plymouth, . . . . 
Suffolk, . . . . 



29 

4 
2 
6 
6 
1 
1 

7 
2 



40 

11 

10 

1 

9 



2 
6 
1 



69 

15 

12 
7 

15 
1 
1 
2 

13 
3 



The number of cities and towns showing a gain in the valvie of products in 1895 as 
compared with 1885 is 29, while 40 show a loss. The cities and towns making returns 
of value of inland fisheries are not included in this table. 

In the preceding tables varying mmibers of cities and towns have been considered, 
in the analyses of which explanations of omissions have been made. In order to more 
fully exj^lain these variations, we would state that in comparing the statistics of the 
fisheries for the years 1885 and 1895, there are 147 cities and towns considered ; of these 
66 made returns for both 1885 and 1895, two made returns in 1885 but not in 1895, and 
79 made returns in 1895 but not in 1885. 

Thus far our consideration of investments and products has been limited to presen- 
tations for, and comparisons between, cities and towns for the Census year 1895, and 
the preceding Census year, 1885. 

The table next presented considers investments and products by name for the two 
Census periods previously referred to. It shows the increase or decrease, both by 
amounts and percentages, for each kind of investment and each article of product in 
1895 as compared with 1885. 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



Ill 



The totals for each of the general headings under investments and products are 
obviously the same as in the presentation for towns, and do not call for further consid- 
eration here. 



Iiicestments and Products: Comparisons by Name. 1885 and 1895. 





V *T 




Increase (+), on 


Decrease (— ), 




VALuc 


IN 1895 AS COMPARKD WITH 1885 


Classification. 












1883 


1895 


Ainoimts 


Percentages 


Investments. 




1 






Woi'king Capital. 




$7,652,089 


$4,488,564 


—$3,163,525 


—41.34 


Buildings and fixtures, 


. . 


326,595 


286,648 


—39,947 


—12.23 


Cash capital. 






1,105,284 


673,167 


—432,117 


—39.10 


Credit capital, 






448,873 


245,450 


—203,423 


--45.32 


Implements and tools. 






119,513 


- 


—119,513 


- 


Land, .... 






147,354 


155,055 


+7,701 


+5.23 


Machinery, . 






13,732 


36,816 


+23,084 


+ 168.10 


Oyster beds, 






41,127 


142,183 


+ 101,056 


+245.72 


Vessels, and outfit, and boats, . 




4,993,016 


2,725,743 


-2,267,273 


—45.41 


Wharves, 




456,595 


223,502 


—233,093 


-51.05 


Apparatus. 


$725,152 


$599,267 


—$125,885 


—17.36 


Barrels, hogsheads, etc., 


320 


895 


+575 


+179.69 


Butts, tubs, and pickling apparatus, . 


3,705 


27,312 


+23,607 


+637.17 


Cars (bait, eel, lobster, etc.). 


1,064 


1,973 


+909 


+85.43 


Flakes, flake boxes, cloths, etc.. 


1,489 


15,073 


+13,584 


+912.29 


Gear (clam, oyster, and scollop), 


3,047 


11,650 


+8,603 


+282.34 


Gear (swordfishing and whaling), 


182 


112,685 


+112,503 


+61,814.84 


Hatching apparatus, .... 


- 


3,532 


+3,532 


- 


Kettles and pans. 




5 


800 


+795 


+15,900.00 


Lines and poles, . 




17,913 


9,870 


—8,043 


—44.90 


Moss gathering apparatus, . 




- 


1,991 


+1,991 


- 


Nets (dip, fyke, gill, etc.), . 




54,044 


33,863 


—20,181 


—37.34 


Pots (eel and lobster) , 




32,517 


28,605 


—3,912 


—12.03 


Pounds and pockets, . 




55,349 


2,980 


—52,369 


—94.62 


Presses, .... 




- 


1,200 


+1,200 


- 


Scales, 




- 


2,205 


+2,205 


- 


Seines (purse and sweep), . 




333,563 


83,568 ' 


—249,995 


—74.95 


Spears (eel), 




19 


348 


+329 


+1,731.58 


Sticks and pickling apparatus, 




1,650 


215 


—1,435 


-86.97 


Traps (eel, fish, and lobster). 




16,182 


67,939 


+51,757 


+319.84 


Trawls and trawl gear. 




70,861 


89,162 


+18,301 


+25.83 


Weirs, 




133,242 


101,112 


—32,130 


—24.11 


Wheelbarrows, . 




- 


2,289 


+2,289 


- 


Salt and Ice. 


$283,340 


$250,997 


— $32,343 


—11.41 


Salt (domestic), 


16,071 


807 


-15,264 


—94.98 


(imported), 


186,049 


142,348 


—43,701 


—23.49 


Ice, 


81,220 


107,842 


+26,622 


+32.78 


Products. 










Food Fish. 


$4,566,679 


$4,647,914 


+$81,235 


+ 1.78 


Alewives, 


45,085 


40,435 


—4,650 


—10.31 


Bass, 


16,162 


11,640 


—4,522 


—27.98 



112 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



Investmeijts and Prodiicts : Comparisons by Xame. 1885 and 1895 — Coutimied. 





Va 




INCRKASK (+), lilt 


Dkcrkase (— ), 






IN 1895 AS Co.MI'AHlCI) WITH 1885 


Cl.ASSIKICATION. 












1883 


1895 


Amounts 


rercentages 


Products — Con. 










Food Fish — Con 












Biuefish, 


• • 


$139,523 


$54,735 


—$84,788 


-60.77 


Bonito, 










516 


1,275 


+759 


+147.09 


Butterfish, 










910 


4,345 


+3,435 


+377.47 


Carp, . 










448 


- 


—448 


- 


Catfish, 










225 


5 


—220 


-97.78 


Cod, . 










1,681,386 


1,778,119 


+96,733 


+5.75 


Gunners, 










14,400 


- 


—14,400 


- 


Cask, . 










21,736 


53,517 


+31,781 


+ 146.21 


Eels, . 










13,676 


35,088 


+21,412 


+ 156.57 


Flounders, 










17,579 


17,902 


+323 


+ 1.84 


Haddock, 










367,093 


648,640 


+281,547 


+76.70 


Hake, . 










28,728 


83,399 


+54,671 


+190.31 


Halibut, 










474,751 


542,007 


+67,256 


+ 14.17 


Herring, 










93,033 


136,048 


+43,015 


+46.24 


Kingfish, 










30 


- 


-30 


- 


Mackerel, 










1,574,183 


670,775 


—903,408 


—57.39 


Mullet, . 










- 


20 


+20 


- 


Perch, . 










4,035 


7,983 


+3,948 


+97.84 


Pickerel, 










76 


4,852 


+4,776 


+6,284.21 


Pollock, 










40,859 


58,724 


+ 17,865 


+43.72 


Poinpano, 










- 


30 


+30 


- 


Pout, horned 










- 


925 


+925 


- 


Salmon, > 










29 


9 


-20 


—68.97 


Scup, . 










288 


26,455 


+26,167 


+9,085.76 


Shad, . 










4,822 


2,355 


-2,467 


—51.16 


Skates, . 










890 


4 


—886 


—99.55 


Smelts, 










3,622 


15,814 


+12,192 


+336.61 


Squeteague, 










6,204 


14,812 


+8,608 


+ 138.75 


Sturgeon, 










17 


4 


-13 


—76.47 


Suckers, 










- 


15 


+ 15 


- 


Swordfisli, 










5,062 


24,206 


+19,144 


+378.19 


Tautog, 










8,423 


11,135 


+2,712 


+32.20 


Tom-cod, 










50 


300 


+250 


+500.00 


Trout, . 










65 


12,510 


+ 12,445 


+ 19,146.15 


Turbot, 










70 


177 


+107 


+ 152.86 


Whiting, 










- 


339 


+339 


- 


Other food fisli, . 








2,703 


389,315 


+386,612 


+14,303.07 


1- 


VsA Products. 


$227,782 


$122,327 


—$105,455 


—46.30 


Bait, . 





41,743 


51,596 


+9,853 


+23.60 


Cuttlefish, 










- 


50 


+50 


- 


Doirfish, 










9G0 


30 


—930 


—96.88 


Fisii guano. 










19,002 




—19,002 


- 


Fish oil. 










70,958 


6,080 


—64,878 


—91.43 


Glue, . 










410 


- 


—410 


_ 


Livers, . 










4,290 


11,407 


+7,117 


+ 165.90 


Menhaden, 










81,2G6 


10,456 


—70,810 


—87.13 


Periwinkles, 








- 


5,600 


+ 5,600 


- 



TABULAE ANALYSIS. 



113 



Investments and Products : Comjxirisons by Name. 1885 and 1895 — Coucluded. 





Value 


Increase (+), or Decrease (— ), 

IN 1895 AS CoMPAHEl) WITH 1885 


Classification. 


1885 


1895 


Amounts 


Percentages 


Products — Con. 










Fish Products — Coa. 










Refuse fish for fertilizers, . 


$8,650 


$4,827 


—$3,823 


—44.20 


Sharks, 


- 


116 


+116 


- 


Shrimps,* 


- 


500 


+500 


- 


Squid, 


503 


13,465 


+12,962 


+2,576.94 


Trout fry, 


- 


18,200 


+18,200 


- 


Food Fish Products. 


$2,357 


$9,923 


+$7,566 


+321.00 


Fish roe, 


580 


120 


-^60 


—79.31 


Halibut fins, 


11 


1,728 


+1,717 


+15,609.09 


Halibut flitclies, salted 


- 


7,075 


+7,075 


- 


Sounds, 


168 


- 


—168 


- 


Tongues and sounds, .... 


1,598 


1,000 


-598 


—37.42 


Shell Fish. 


$359,257 


$546,351 


+$187,094 


+52.08 


Clams 


122,169 


205,447 


+83,278 


+68.17 




134,83i 


141,760 


+6,926 


+5.14 


Oysters, 


89,322 


119,603 


+30,281 


+33.90 




12,886 


79,541 


+66,655 


+517.27 


Shrimps, 


16 


- 


—16 


- 




30 


- 


—30 


- 


Whale and Seal Products. 


$1,270,543 


$351,613 


—$918,930 


—72.33 


Ambergris, 


28,748 


4,000 


-24,748 


—86.09 


Grampuses, 


60 


- 


—60 


- 


Oil, sea-elephant 


- 


6,525 


+6,525 


- 


Seals, 


155 


- 


—155 


- 


Sealskins (rough-dressed), . 


- 


955 


+955 


- 




463,117 


127,600 


—335,517 


—72.45 


"Whale oil, 


776,195 


212,283 


—563,912 


—72.65 


Whales 


- 


250 


+250 


- 


Whale oil, whalebone, etc., 


2,268 


- 


—2,268 


- 


Other Products. 


$36,074 


$25,015 


—$11,059 


—30.66 




34,293 


24,319 


—9,974 


—29.08 


Kelp and seaweed, .... 


965 


666 


—299 


—30.98 


Shells 


816 


30 


—786 


—96.32 


Aggregates. 










Investments. 


$8,660,581 


$5,338,828 


—$3,321,753 


—38.35 


Working capital, .... 


7,652,089 


4,488,564 


—3,163,525 


—41.34 


Apparatus, 


725,152 


599,267 


—125,885 


—17.36 




283,340 


250,997 


—32,343 


—11.41 


Products. 


$6,462,692 


$5,703,143 


—$759,549 


—11.75 


Food fish, 


4,566,679 


4,647,914 


+81,235 


+1.78 




227,782 


122,327 


— 105,455 


—46.30 


Food fish products, .... 


2,357 


9,923 


+7,566 


+321.00 


Shell fish, 


359,257 


546,351 


+187,094 


+52.08 


Whale and seal products, . 


1,270,543 


351,613 


—918,930 


—72.33 


Other products, 


36,074 


25,015 


—11,059 


—30.66 



* Classified under " Shell Fish " in 1885. 



114 CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 18i)5. 

The decrease in working capital in 189o as compared witli 1885 is $3,163,525, or 
41.34 per cent. Laml, machinery, and oyster beds show increases, but all the other 
items under working capital show material decrease, ranging from 12.23 per cent in 
the case of buildings and fixtures, to 51.05 in the case of wharves. The falling off of 
the vessels engaged in the fisheries amounts to 82,207,273, or -45.41 per cent. 

The decrease in the value of apparatus in 18'J5 as compared with 1885 is $125,885, or 
17.36 per cent. There are 22 details included under the general heading " apparatus ; " 
10 of these details show an increase, and seven a decrease in 1895 as compared with 
1885 ; in the case of five details comparisons are not possible as their value was returned 
in only one Census period (1895). 

It Avill be noted that salt, both domestic and imported, shows a decrease, while ice 
shows an increase in value in 1895 as compared with 1885. 

The first classification under products relates to food fish, the catch of which in 1895 
as compared with 1885 shows an increase in value of $81,235, or 1.78 percent. The 
number of ditterent food fish considered is 39, of which 22 show an increase in value, 
and nine a decrease in value in 1895 as compared with 1885. In the case of eight 
species of food fish, comparisons were not possible, three of them being returned in the 
1885 Census onh", and five in that for 1895 only. In the comparisons for food fish, and 
in those relating to other fishery j^roducts, as well as in the jjrevious considerations of 
details of investments, the ijercentages of increase and decrease should not be used as 
indicative of gain or loss except when taken in conjunction with the amounts upon 
which the percentages are based. For instance, the value placed opposite a detail of 
investment or kind of product may be $100 in 1885 and $1,000 in 1895. This shows an 
increase of $900 or nine hundred per cent. This percentage is very large comparatively, 
but, as will be seen, it is based upon small values. 

Considering the principal kinds of food fish showing marked increases in the value 
of the 1895 catch as compared Avitli the 1885, we find haddock with a gain of 76.70 per 
cent; herring, 46.24 per cent; halibut, 14.17 per cent; and cod, 5.75 per cent. The 
most marked decreases are bluefish, 60.77 per cent; mackerel, 57.39 per cent; and 
alewives, 10.31 per cent. 

Fish products show a decrease in value of $105,455 in 1895 as compared with 1885, 
or 46.30 jjer cent. There are 14 details included under this classification, of which 
three show an increase and four a decrease ; in the case of seven, comparisons were not 
possible as in five details the value was returned in 1895 only, and two in 1885 only. 
The most marked increase is in the case of bait, 23.60 per cent. The value of the 
menhaden catch shows a large falling otf, 87. 13 per cent. 

Food fish products show an increase of $7,566, or 321 per cent. Of the five details, 
one shows an increase, two a decrease, while in the case of two, comparisons are not 
possible as one was returned in 1895 only, and the other in 1885 only. An examination 
of the details will disclose the relative percentages of inci'ease or decrease. 

Shell fish products show an increase in value of $187,094, or 52.08 per cent. Of the 
six details, four show an increase. Comparisons cannot be made as regards the other 
two, for they were returned in 1885 only. The percentages of increase are as follows : 
scollops, 517.27 ; clams, 68.17; oysters, 33.90 ; and lobstei'S, 5.14. The percentage of 
increase in the value of scollops is very large but an examination will show that it is 
sustained by a corresponding increase in value amounting to $66,655. 

Whale and seal products show a decrease in 1895 as compared with 1885 of $918,930, 
or 72.33 per cent. Of the nine details, three show a decrease in 1895, while in the case 
of six, comparisons cannot be made, three making no returns in 1885, and a correspond- 
ing mmiber in 1895. The decreases, in percentages, are as follows : ambergris, 86.09 ; 
whale oil, 72.65 ; and Avhalebone, 72.45. 

Other jjroducts include three details, all of which show a decrease, amounting in 
the aggregate to $11,059, or 30.06 per cent. Carrageen, known also as sea moss or 
Irish moss, declined in value from $34,293 in 1885 to $24,319 in 1895, a decrease of 29.08 
per cent. 



TABULAIl ANALYSIS. 



115 



A recapitulation of aggregates with wliich the coinparisons of investments and 
products by name closes (see page 113) has been previously analyzed in detail. 

From the report of the Commissioners of Inland Fisheries and Game for the year 
1895, we extract the following table : 



Tidand and Shore Fisheries for the Year 1895. 



Kinds of Fish. 


Pounds and 

Weirs 


Gill Xets 

and 
Sea Seines 


Jlerrimac 
River Seines 


Taunton 
IJiver Seines 


Otiier 
Fresli Water 

Seines 


Totals 


Alewives, 


1,000,958 


111,806 


49 


1,201,697 


491,084 


2,805,594 


Bluefisb, . 








2G,024 


23,549 


- 


- 


- 


49,573 


Flounders and flatfish. 








356,933 


106,570 


- 


- 


- 


463,503 


Mackerel, 








786,987 


353,709 


- 


- 


- 


1,140,756 


Menhaden, 








1,052,983 


207,987 


70,400 


- 


- 


1,331,370 


Scup, 








1,464,697 


690 


- 


600 


- 


1,465,987 


Sea herring, . 








22,182,517 


957,582 


1,223,600 


- 


- 


24,363,699 


Shad, 








14,823 


18,109 


94 


3,804 


- 


36,830 


Spanish mackerel, . 








58 


3 


- 


- 


- 


61 


Squeteague, . 








145,331 


2,123 


- 


- 


- 


147,454 


Squid, 








3,006,544 


68,882 


- 


- 


- 


3,075,426 


Striped bass, . 








2,465 


209 


3 


2 


- 


2,679 


Tautog, . 








435,267 


823 


- 


- 


- 


436,090 


Other edil)le or bait fish, 






4,209,153 


584,402 8,963,240 


- 


- 


13,756,795 


Number of persons making return, 


102 


144 


6 


8 


5 


265 



We bring into comparison with the report for 1895 similar returns for 1885 made to 
the same board of commissioners. The table shows the increases or decreases, by amounts 
and percentages, for each kind of fish considered in 1895 as compared with 1885 on the 
basis of number, as the returns to the commissioners do not state either weight or value. 




There are 14 kinds of food fish considered, of which 10 show an increase, and three 
a decrease as regards number caught in 1895 as compared with 1885. No comparisons 
are possible as regards one species as the catch was returned for 1895 only. The two 



116 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



preceding tables are presented for purposes of record only, as it is impossible to institute 
reliable comparisons for tlie returns made under the Census law and those made to the 
Commissioners of Inland Fisheries and Game ; as catch reckoned simply by number 
cannot be compared, it is evident, with the catch reckoned by weight and value. It is 
well-known that many of the fish caught in weirs and pounds are so small that they are 
turned back into tlie sea again. At other times, the catch is so large that there is no 
demand for them as an article of food, and they are sold at merely nominal rates as 
fertilizers. 

Food Fish : By Name. 

This presentation covers pages 55 to 64. It considers 13 of the principal kinds of 
food fish obtained by those engaged in the Massachusetts fisheries during the Census 
year 1895. The table shows each city and town making return, together with the quan- 
tity and value of tlie catch for each place specified. 

We shall consider each kind of fish separately, preceding the statistical details with 
a brief description, partly scientific and partly popular, drawn from information issued 
in jirint by the United States Census Ofiice and the United States Commission of Fish 
and Fisheries. 

Bluefish. 

[Pomatonius saltatrix. — Avery gamey food fish found on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Bluefish vary in 
weight from 1 to 20 pounds, according to season and locality. Large numbers are caught during the summer 
months with nets, traps, seines, and hand lines.] 

The number of cities and towns reporting the catch of bluefish was 33, with a total 
value of $54,735. The town of Xantucket reported the largest catch, having a value of 
$27,309. 

Clams. 

[A moUusk largely used for food and bait; found on all our coasts. There are various species most of 
which are edible. The fishing or digging these bivalves forms an important Industry in both the Atlantic and 
Pacific states. Dredges, rakes, tongs, hoes, forks, and baskets are used in gathering them. Large quantities 
are salted or pickled and sold for bait.] 

There are 37 cities and towns which report the quantity of clams dug. The total 
value was $205,447. The largest values reported are as follows : Boston, $73,050 ; Xew- 
buryport, $34,290 ; Ipswich, $27,900 ; and Edgartown, $12,345. 

Cod (Fresh and Salted). 

[ Gadus callarias. — One of the most important food fishes of the United States. It is caught on both the 
eastern and western coasts, but most extensively along the coasts of the Middle States, New England, and British 
America. It varies in weight from 3 to 75 pounds. It is caught with hand lines, trawls, nets, etc., and is sold 
fresh, ])ickled, salted, and dried. Food preparations, such as boneless and desiccated fish, are also made from 
cod. The sounds arc used in the manufacture of glue.] 

The value of the codfish catch was reported from 40 cities and towns, amounting 
in the aggregate to $1,778,119. Gloucester holds the post of pre-eminence in this ti'ade, 
the value of its catch reaching $1,314,852, or 73.95 per cent of the entire catch. 

The following table shows the New England catch of cured cod and other groimd 
fish landed at New England ports for the year 1895. We are indebted for this table to 
the Report of the Boston Fish Bureau for the year 1895. 



States. 


Vessels on 
Grand and 

West- 
ern liuiiks 

(Number) 


Vessels on 

New V.\\R- 

land Shore 

and Georges 

Banks 

(Number) 


Total Sail 
(Number) 


Total Crew 
(Number) 


Catcli on 
Grand and 

West- 
ern Banks 

(Quintals) 


Ciitcli on 
New Kns- 

land Shore Total Catch 
and Georges 
Banks 

(Quintals) (Quintals) 


Massachusetts, 

Maine 


101 
11 


252 
24 


346 

55 


6,002 
G96 


188,369 
22,100 


237,610 
36,900 


425,979 
59,000 


Totals, . 


112 


276 


401 


6,698 


210,469 


274,510 


484,979 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



117 



From a Review of the Foreign Fishery Trade of the United States by Charles H. 
Stevenson, published in Washington in 1896, we extract the following table relating to 
the codfish trade of the United States for the years 1885 to 1894 : 



Year Ending 


Imports for Consump- 
tion 


Domestic 


Exports 


Balanck of Trade* 


Average Value 
PER 100 Pounds 


June 30 — 


Pounds 


Viilue 


Pounds 


Value 


Pounds 


Viilue 


Imports 


Exports 


1885, . 


32,326,686 


$943,116 


18,178,987 


$724,858 


+14,147,699 


+$218,258 


$2.92 


$3.99 


1886, . 


10,998,072 


286,505 


15,664,195 


602,934 


—4,666,123 


—316,429 


2,61 


3.85 


1887, . 


8,997,750 


264,260 


' 16,943,748 


587,082 


; —7,945,998 


—322,822 


2.94 


3.46 


1888, . 


10,446,892 


316,259 


17,820,883 


819,559 


-7,373,991 


—503,300 


3.03 


4.70 


1889. . 


9,752,941 


317,687 


15,625,928 


754,619 


—5,872,987 


-436,932 


3,26 


4.83 


1890, . 


8,303,585 


247,327 


17,030,019 


793,186 


—8,726,434 


—545,859 


2,98 


4.66 


1891, . 


6,845,576 


254,074 


' 17,313,170 


890,277 


—10,467,594 


-636,203 


; 3.71 


5.14 


189-2, . 


5,804,548 


229,255 


14,435,878 


765,199 


—8,631,330 


—535,944 


4.95 


5.30 


1893, . 


7,433,163 


291,531 


14,853,627 


728,475 


—7,420,464 


—436,944 


3.92 


4,90 


1894, . 


5,468,750 


202,725 


14,733,648 


704,652 


—9,264,898 


—501,927 


3.71 


4.78 


Totals, . 


106,377,963 


!$3,352,739 


162,600,083 


$7,370,841 


—56,222,120 


—$4,018,102 


- 


- 



* In balance of trade, + indicates excess of imports over exports, and — indicates excess of exports over imports. 

disk (FuESii AND Salted). 

[£i-osmius 6»'o.s)?ie. — A deep -water food flsh found in the Atlantic ocean north of Capo Cod. They are 
taken in small quantities, and are generally sold salted. Leather, oil, and glue are valuable products.] 

But four cities and towns report the catch of cusk, the aggregate value being $53,517, 
of which $40,742 is credited to the city of Gloucester. 

Haddock. 

\_Melavograminus aglijinus. — A food fish found in the Atlantic north of the Delaware capes. It averages 
in weight from 4 to 6 pounds. It is extensively caught for a fresh food fish, and is also salted, pickled, and 
dried. When slack-salted and smoked, it is sold under the name of " Haddie. 
manufacture of glue. Trawls and hand lines are used in catching them.] 



The sounds are used in the 



A total catch of $648,640 worth of haddock is rejjorted from 13 cities and towns. 
Gloucester leads, with a catch valued at $341,922 ; Boston is second, with a value of 
$180,100 ; and Proviucetown third, with a value of $81,401. 



Hake (Fresh axd Salted). 

[Phycis. — A food fish found off the Atlantic coast from Newfoundland to Cape Ilatteras. They average 
from lyi to 2 feet in length and 3 to 4 pounds in weight, and are caught at night near muddy bottoms with trawls 
and hand lines and in weirs and traps. They are eatuu fresh, and are salted and dried, and pickled in barrels. 
The sound, or air-bladder, is of gnat commercial importance in the manufacture of isinglass.] 

There were nine cities and towns making returns of the catch of this fish, the 
aggregate value being $83,399, of which Gloucester reported a value of $60,110, and 
Boston, $20,575. 

Halibut. 

[ffippof/lossiis vulgaris. — The largest and most valuable of the flatfishes; found in the Xorth Atlan- 
tic and Pacific oceans. It is one of the largest species used for food, sometimes weighing over 300 pounds. 
The average weight is from 50 to 75 pounds. It is caught with trawls and hand lines. There are three grades 
of halibut. The " White," which has its under side immaculate, is considered best, and brings the highest 
price; the " Gray " is blotched on the under side and sells for a third less; the " Sour" is tainted, and brings 
only about one-fourth as much as the " White." Small young fish, weighing from 10 to 20 pounds, are called 
" Chickens," and are much sought after by epicures. Halibut are sold fresh, and are also cured and smoked; 
the napes are pickled. An oil used for currying purposes is made from the head, and the residue is iised as a 
fertilizer under the name of " chum."] 

There were eight cities and towns reporting the value of the catch of halibut, which 
aggregated $542,007. Gloucester leads in this branch of the fisheries, with a product 
value of $460,882, or 85.03 per cent of the total catch. 



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189; 



Herring. 

[Clupea harejigiis.—A very important food fish found in the North Atlantic as far south as Sandy Hook; 
it is never found in brackinli or fresh waters. Tliey weigh from ' o to 1 pound; average length 10 inches. 
They are caught in pounds, trapo, weirs, and gill nets, and by torching. As a food fish they are used fresh, 
salted, pickled, smoked, and canned; used also extensively for ijait in the cod, haddock, halibut, cattish, and 
hake fisheries.] 

The herrino: catch was reijorted froni 3G cities and towns, the value aggregating 
$136,048. Of this, Gloucester is credited with a value of #59,690, and Provincetowu 
with a value of $19,020. 

Lobsters. 

[Ifomarus americatiMS. — A crustacean of great economic importance, found on the Atlantic coast from 
Delaware to Labrador. It averages about 11 inches in length and about 2 pounds in weight, but the size varies 
with localities and seasons. It is caught in pots and traps especially constructed for this fishery. The refuse 
of the canneries is mucli valued as a fertilizer.] 

The catch of lobsters was returned by 41 cities and towns. Of a total catch valued 
at 8141,760, Cohasset is credited with a value of $13,520 ; Marblehead, §12,971 ; Chat- 
ham, $11,176 ; and Plymouth, $10,254. 

"We make the following extract from the Report of the Chief of Massachusetts Dis- 
trict Police for the year 1896 : 

By authority of Chapter 389 of the Acts of 1888, an additional district police officer was appointed 
for service under the direction of the Commissioners on Inland Fisheries and Game. The total num- 
ber of cases investigated was Gl ; total number of arrests, 17 ; amount of fines imposed, $70.5 ; numl^er 
of short lobsters seized, 21,204; number of egg-bearing lobsters seized, 300; number of lobster eggs 
planted, 9,000,000; blanks furnished to fishermen and rettirned bv them, 1,000. 

3Iackerel. 

[Scornber scomhrnx.—A very important food fish found in the North Atlantic south to Cape Hatteras. 
They range from 9 to 18 inches in length and i^ to 3 pounds in weight, and are caught in purse seines, pounds, 
weirs, gill nets, etc., and with hook and line. They are sold fresh, salted, pickled, and canned, and are some- 
times used for bait. When pickled they are sold in barrels (200 pounds), half -barrels, kits (20 pounds), etc.] 

The mackerel catch was returned from 42 cities and towns. The aggregate value 
was 8670,775. As has been previously stated, the catch in the year 1895 was much 
l^elow the average, and to this fact may be wholly attributed the decrease in the value 
of the products of the fisheries in 1895 as compared with 1SS5. The value of the catch 
in 1885 was $1,574,183. This shows a decrease in 1895 of $903,408. Taking the fish- 
eries as a whole, as has been previously shown, the decrease in the value of products 
in 1895 as compared with 1885 was $759,549. It will be seen that the decrease in the 
mackerel catch accounts for this deficit, and also olsliged the other liranches of the fish- 
ing industry to compensate for a still greater deficit in the mackerel catch, amounting 
to $143,859. 

From the Reports of the Boston Fish Bureau and the American Fish Bureau of 
Gloucester, we have comjjiled the following table shoAving the total number of jjarrels 
of pickled mackerel inspected from the years 1809 to 1894, both inclusive. Values are 
given from the years 1830 to 1894. 



Yeaks. 


IJAKRKI.S of MACKliUEL 
INSI'KCTED 


Yeaks. 

1 


BAEREr.S OF 
IXSPE 


Mackerel 

CTED 


Total 


Total VaUic 


Total 


Total Value 


1800, .... 

1810 

1811 

1S12, .... 
isi.-j, .... 
1814 


8,225 

12,552io 
17,401 

5,881 

3,7.')6'L. 

1,339 




1815 

1816 

1817 

1818 

1819 

1820 


16,0591,2 
30,969 
37,362 
46,348 
100,111 
115,641 


- 



TABULAE ANALYSIS. 



119 











Haukki.s of Mackkhkl 
jnsi-ected 


1 










lUiniKLS OF JIackkrel 
Inspected 


lEARS. 






"iiSAliS. 








Total 


Total Value 




Total 


Total Value 


1821 


111,00914 


_ 


1858, .... 


130,320-i'8 


$1,729,546 ■ 


1822, 








160,29111. 


- 


1859, 










97,58978 


1,255,077 


1823, 








145,006 


- 


1800, 










236,362-"s 


2,251,056 


1824, 








191,6501/. 


- 


1861, 










197,09Ps 


1,116,850 


1825, 








254,384U 


- 


1862, 










260 ,935" s 


1,597,410 


1826, 








158,7401,2 


- 


1863, 










306,68511 


2,878,773 


1827, 








190,304V. 


- 


1864, 










274,622-i4 


5,935,527 


182S, 








237,324VL. 


- 


1865, 










256,566--?i 


4,729,841 


1829, 








225,977 


- 


1866, 










231,681»s 


4,324,790 


1830, 








308,463li 


$1,119,470 


1867, 










210,165i2i 


2,961,933 


1831, 








383,548 Vi 


1,589,936 


1868, 










179,849iy24 


2,522,151 


1832, 








222,452 


977,795 


1869, 










231,2861,4 


3,248,315 


1S33, 








222,93211. 


976,935 


1870, 










322,037ys 


3,744,197 


1834, 








252,879VL. 


1,16."),842 


1871, 










259,4111,12 


2,233,055 


1835, 








194,800 i/u 


1,030,560 


1872, 










181,8791/s 


1,948,416 


1836, 








174,4101,1. 


1,268,388 


1873, 










185,487% 


2,799,083 


1837, 








138,15712 


803,653 


1874, 










258,7561,1 


2,657,615 


1838, 








110,7401.1 


925,002 


1875, 










125,801-12 


1,310,140 


1839, 








74,268li 


719,204 


1876, 










225,385-y2i 


1,650,306 


1840, 








50,4911.;.. 


473,345 


1877, 










97,8213s 


1,137,.516 


1841, 








55,537 


518,300 


1878, 










133,734->31.i 


1,034,144 


1842, 








75,543 


493,979 


1879, 










166,730-Q 


892,957 


1843, 








04,451 


549,419 


1880, 










224,7941.4 


1,474,152 


1844, 








86,3811,4 


634,502 


1881, 










273,5621/2 


1,601,081 


1845, 








202,30234 


1,883,669 


1882, 










260,081% 


2,741,445 


1846, 








179,511vi 


1,094,585 


1883, 










117,7001/2 


1,619,754 


1847, 








251,9171/2 


2,259,958 


1884, 










308,701-11 


1,853,753 


1848, 








300,130^;s 


1,858,500 


1885, 










227,797i.s 


1,230,558 


1849, 








208,947 


1,500,126 


1886, 










66,0.34 


600,420 


1850, 








242,572 


1,777,517 


1887, 










77,48Si-r,„ 


923,189 


1S51, 








329,244% 


2,249,511 


1888, 










50,3831/1 


881,531 


1852, 








197,400 


1,491,923 


1889, 










27,067i%o 


622,547 


1853, 








133,34014 


1,207,975 


1890, 










38,793^2 


469,327 


1854, 








151,814% 


1,343,535 


1891, 










56,964% 


512,618 


1855, 








213,996-!i 


2,129,084 


1892, 










67,4221,2 


1,011,337 


1856, 








215,4731.4 


2,064,581 


1893, 










70,124 


1,192,108 


1857, 








168,172.;^; 


2,162,738 


1S94, 








67,632 


1,074,048 



We present next a table taken from the Report of the Boston Fish Bureau for 1895, 
■which shows for that year, by countries, tlie catch in barrels of fresh and salted 
mackerel. 



CorSTHIES. 



Salt JIackerel 



liaiTtls 



Fresh Mackerel 



Barrels 



United States, 

Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, 

Magdalen Islands, 

Ireland. 

Norway, 

England, 

Scotland, 

Totals, 



and Prince Edward Island, 



24,939 
17,000 
4,500 
35,000 
4,500 
3,000 
4,000 

92,939 



12,000 
7,000 

156,189 

10,000 

185,806 

866 

371,861 



120 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



From the same report we reproduce a table which shows for the years 1894 and 
1895, bj- months, the receipts of imports of salted mackerel in barrels at Boston, New 
York, and Philadelphia. 





BOSTOK 


New 


York 


Philadelphia 


Totals 


Months. 




















1894 


1895 


1894 


1895 


1894 


1895 


1894 


1895 


January, .... 


3,030 


1,194 


1,879 


2,920 


885 


1,982 


5,794 


6,096 


February, 










1,887 


885 


3,836 


2,237 


350 


1,427 


6,073 


4,549 


March, . 










1,645 


1,000 


2,750 


1,306 


1,374 


487 


5,769 


2,793 


April, . 










188 


9 


538 


178 


100 


875 


826 


1,062 


May, . 










297 


- 


719 


- 


550 


200 


1,566 


200 


June, 










374 


710 


273 


209 


600 


346 


1,247 


1,265 


July, , 










3,344 


2,251 


408 


632 


600 


641 


4,352 


3,524 


August, 










6,839 


2,570 


1,549 


237 


1,374 


168 


9,762 


2,975 


September, 










9,474 


0,618 


5,741 


3,347 


2,422 


1,949 


17,637 


11,914 


October, 










14,424 


5,010 


10,284 


4,859 


4,407 


4,424 


29,115 


14,893 


November, 










2,921 


5,596 


4,305 


3,233 


1,738 


1,575 


8,964 


10,404 


December, 










1.496 


1,537 


792 


1,101 


907 


1,492 


3,195 


4,130 


Totals, 


45,919 


27,980 


33,074 


20,259 


15,307 


15,566 


94,300 


63,805 



The following table, also drawn from the 1895 Report of the Boston Fish Bureau, 
shows the imports of salted mackerel at the port of Boston, by months, for the years 1894 
and 1895, from Great Britain, Xova Scotia, Cape Breton, Prince Edward Island, and Japan : 



Months 






Great Britain 


Nova Scotia, 

Cai'u Bkkton, and 

rniNCE Edward 

Island 


Japan 


Totals 




1894 


1895 


1894 


1895 


1894 


1895 


1894 i 1895 


January, 

February, 

March, . 

April, . 

May, 

June, . 

July, 

August, 

September, 

October, 

November, 

December, 








483 
1,553 
1,227 
100 
287 
124 

903 

4,702 

497 

944 


890 
331 
342 

114 

1,083 
3,561 
4,387 
1,089 


2,547 

334 

418 

88 

10 

250 

3,344 

6,839 

8,.571 

9,722 

2,424 

552 


304 

554 

658 

9 

710 
2,111 
2,570 
5,535 
2,049 
1,209 

448 


" 


26 


3,030 

1,887 

1,645 

188 

297 

374 

3,344 

6,839 

9,474 

14,424 

2,921 

1,496 


1,194 

885 

1,000 

9 

710 
2,251 
2,570 
6,618 
5,610 
5,596 
1,537 


Totals, 


10,820 


11,797 


35,099 


16,157 j 

1 


26 


45,919 


27,980 



Oysters. 

[The most important bivalve found on the coast. There are two classes, "Natives" and "Plaute." The 
former are found on the entire coast ; the latter in localities where the cultivation of the oyster is particularly 
profitable. Oysters are obtained by dredging, raking, and tonging, and are very extensively used in the can- 
ning industry. The shells are used in maniifncturing lime and cement and for building highways. Native 
oysters will open about oue gallon to the buehel; plants do somewhat better.] 

The products of the oyster industry amounted to $109,670, being reported from 10 
cities and towns. Wareham leads, with a product value of S35,495, and Welllieet ranks 
second, with a i)roduct value of $25,527. 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



121 



The following table, drawn from Mr. Stevenson's Review, shows the number of bar- 
rels of oysters exported from the United States to Europe from 1879 to 1894, inclusive : 



Year Ending June 30 — 


Barrels 


Year Ending June 30 — 


Barrels 


1879 


50,063 


1887 


100,906 


1880, . 






67,116 


1888, . 










99,123 


1881, . 






70,768 


1889, . 










103,109 


1882, . 






65,012 


1890, . 










122,163 


1883, . 






64,437 


1891, . 










98,802 


1884, . 






, 71,021 


1892, . 










109,657 


1885, . 






98,802 


1893. . 










68,966 


1886, . 






98,997 


1894, . 










75,428 



Pollock. 

[roUachinn virens. — X food fish of importance, found mainly off the New England coast. It sometimes 
occurs as far south as Virginia. The average weight of the fish is about 10 pouuds. They are caught with 
seines, nets, and hand lines. For food they are sold fresh, salted, and dried. The sounds are used in the 
manufacture of glue, the livers are sold in large quantities for the manufacture of oil, and the tongues are cut 
out and sold fresh.] 

The catch of pollock was returned by 16 cities and towns. The product value for 
the State was $58,724, of which Gloucester reported a product of $34,797, or .59.26 per 
cent of the entire catch. 

Scollops. 

[Pecten inrnJians. —An edible bivalve found off the coasts of Long Island, Rhode Island, and southern 
Massachusetts in paying quantities ; less numerous South. It is obtained by dredging and raking. The power- 
ful central muscle by which the animal opens and closes its shell forms the edible portion. The shells are of 
commercial value. The rims or refuse are used for fertilizers.] 

There were 18 cities and towns which reported the product value of scollops taken. 
The aggregate was f 79,541. The product values were nearly the same in the towns of 
Nantucket and Chatham, being $15,401 and $15,373, respectively. 

Other Edible Food Fish. 

Other edible food lish to the value of $631,883 was reported, but the value of each 
kind was not sufficiently large to warrant its presentation by name. 

From the Report of the Boston Fish Bureau for 1895 we reproduce a table showing 
the quantities of fish received at the port of Boston during the year 1895, classified as 
home and foreign. 

Quayitities of Fish Received at the Port of Boston — 1895. 



Varieties. 



189.5 



Home Total Foreign Total Grand Total 



Salt or Cured Fish. 
Mackerel, bbls.. 

Codfish, quintals, .... 
Smoked lierring, boxes. 
Herring, libls., .... 
Ale wives, bbls., .... 
Hake, quintals, .... 
Salmon, bbls., .... 

Trout, bbls 

Pollock, quintals, .... 
Bloaters, boxes, .... 



1,395 

45,146 

793,914 

5,285 

1,869 

1,178 

115 

1,163 
38,119 



27,068 

44,438 

7,022 

10,967 

10 

1,602 

1,204 

2 

11,885 



28,463 

89,584 
800,936 

16,252 
1,879 
1,178 
1,717 
1,204 
1,165 

50,004 



122 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



Qxantlties of Fish Received at the Port of Boston — lS9o — Continued. 



Vakiktiks. 



1895 



nomc Total 



Foreign Total 



Grand Total 



Salt ok Cured Fisu — Con, 
Haddock, quintals, .... 
Other cured tish, bbls., .... 
Other cured fish, boxes. 

Fresh and Frozen Fish. 

Mackerel, bbls., 

Salmon, boxes 

Smelts, boxes, 

Frozen herring, bbls., . . . . 

Haddock, cwts., 

Codfish, cwts., 

Hake, cwts 

Cusk, cwts., 

Halibut, cwts 

Pollock, cwts., 

Swordlish, lbs., 



762 

3,385 

14,498 

9,392 

49 

2,061 

4,469 

348,770 

193,155 

100,008 

30,786 

13,147 

8,038 

836,900 



1,012 
5,593 

7,299 
3,623 

26,875 
25,266 



762 

4,397 

20,091 

16,691 

3,672 

28,936 

29,735 

348,770 

193,155 

100,008 

30,786 

13,147 

8,038 

836,900 



The comparisons of the catch of fish for the years 1885 and 1895 have been based 
upon the value of the j^roduct. It has been deemed advisable, however, to make a 
further comparison, as regards food fish, by quantity and price. We have therefore 
brought into a table the 13 kinds of food fish included in the presentation " Food Fish : 

Comparisons of Quantities and Prices. 




Of the 13 kinds of food fish considered, eight show an increase in quantity- They 
follow in order named: haddock, 24,231,900 pounds; herring, 16.216,.553 in number; 
hake, 4,700,601 pounds; cod, 3,303,702 pounds; cusk, 3,238,270 pounds; pollock, 
1,945,430 pounds; clams, 119,021 bushels; and scollops, 68,273 gallons. The decreases 
in quantity are as follows: halibut, 2,007,358 pounds ; bluefish, 1,793,027 pounds; lob- 
sters, 1.257.137 i)Ounds; mackerel, 334,970^ barrels; and oysters, 15,742 bushels. 

;Mack('rel show an increase in value of 8;7.84 per barrel in 1895 as compared with 
1885 ; oysters, 51 cents per bushel ; scollops, 21 cents j^er gallon ; clams, seven cents per 
bushel; lobsters, 2 ^V cents per pound; halibut, two cents per pound; bluefish, X of a 
cent per pound ; and hake, ^% of a cent per pound. 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



123 



Quantities of Fish Received at the Port of Boston — 1895 — Coucluded. 





1895 


Yarikties. 










Home Total 


Foreign Total 


Graiul Total 


Fresh axd Frozen Fish — Con. 








Other fresli fisli, bbls., 


15,367 


243 


15,610 


Other fresh tish, boxes, . .... 


8,368 


1,385 


9,753 


Shad, bbls., 


3,497 


349 


3,846 


Alewives, bbls., 


655 


- 


655 


Canxed Fish. 








Lobsters, boxes, 


7,523 


17,128 


24,651 


Mackerel, boxes, 


1,845 


35 


1,880 


Clams, boxes, 


1,126 


278 


1,404 


Other canned tish, boxes 


164,728 


2,170 


166,898 


Shell Fish. 








Live lobsters, crates, 


10,617 


28,144 


38,761 


Clams, bbls., 


9,090 


204 


9,294 


Oj'sters, ))bls., 


19,719 


6 


19,725 


Other shell fish, bbls., 


4,682 


1 


4,683 



By Xame."' The table shows the quantities and values in 1885 and 1895 for each kind of 
fish specified, together with the increase or decrease by quantities and values in 1895 as 
compared with 1885 ; the average price per basis in 1885 and 1895, and the increase or 
decrease in average price per basis. 



Comparisons of Quantities and Prices. 





1 




1 


IN'CKEASE (+), 


OR Decrease (- 


-). IX 1895 




Total 


^ ALUE 


AVEKAGE Price I'Ei: r.Asis 


AS COMI-AIIED WITH 1885 




1885 


1895 


1885 


1895 


Quantity 


Value 


Average Price 




$139,523 


$54,735 


$0,050 


$0.0.55 


—1,793,027 


— $84,788 


+$0,005 


1 


122,169 


205,447 


0.481 


0.551 


+119,021 


+83,278 


+0.070 


2 


1,681,386 


1,778,119 


0.022 


0.022 


+3..363,762 


+96,733 


= 


3 


21,736 


53,517 


0.034 


0.014 


+3,238,276 


+31,781 


—0.020 


4 


367,093 


648.640 


0.018 


0.014 


+24,231,990 


+281,547 


—0.004 


5 


28,728 


83.399 


0.009 


O.Oll 


+4,706,661 


+54,671 


+0.002 


6 


474,751 


542,007 


0.042 


0.062 


—2,667,358 


+67,256 


+0.020 


V 


93,033 


136,048 


0.009 


0.005 


+16,216,5.53 


+43,015 


—0.004 


8 


1.34,834 


141,760 


0.040 


0.067 


-1,2.57,137 


+6,926 


+0.027 


y 


1,.574,183 


670,775 


4.021 


11.863 


— 334,970i 


—903,408 


+7.842 


10 


89,322 


109 670 


1.027 


1.510 


—15,742 


+20,348 


+0.513 


11 


40,859 


58,724 


0.009 


0.009 


+1.945,430 


+ 17,865 


= 


12 


12,886 


79,541 


0.705 


0.919 


+68,273 


+66,655 


+0.214 


13 



The decreases in average price in 1895 as compared with 1885 are as follows : cusk, 
two cents per pound ; herring, ^^ of ^ ^^ut apiece ; and haddock, ^*g of a cent j^er pound. 
The price of cod and of pollock per pound was the same in 1895 as in 1885. 

Vessels (JRegisiercd) and Boats : Bji Toiims. 
This presentation covers pages Go to 72. It shows, for each city and town engaged in 
the fisheries, the kinds of vessels, the number of each kind owned in the city or town 
specified, and the aggregate tonnage and value for each kind of vessel. The table also 
shows, with the exception of tonnage, a similar line of facts for boats of all kinds used 
in the fisheries, either on vessels or engaged in the shore fisheries. 



124 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



For purposes of analysis we will consider the recapitulation for the State on page 72. 
The number of registered vessels engaged in the Usheries in the Census year 1895 was 
726 ; of these, 539, or 74.24 per cent, were schooners, so that type of vessel must be 
regarded as particularly suited to the needs of the industry. The total tonnage of the 726 
registered vessels was 46,;397.24 and the total value reached $2,460,923. The total ton- 
nage of the 539 schooners was 37,883.95 and the total value $2,079,729, being 81.65 per cent 
of the total tonnage of all vessels, and 84.51 per cent of the total value of all vessels. 

The total number of boats used in the fisheries was 6,312, with an aggregate value 
of $264,820. Of these, 4,374 were dories (a flat-bottomed boat usually accommodating 
two men, with or without a sail), or 69.30 per cent of the whole number of boats. There 
were 727 sail boats returned, 167 seine boats, 592 skiffs, and 174 whale boats. 

The average value of barks engaged in the fisheries was $7,746 ; of brigs, $7,250 ; of 
schooners, $3,858 ; and of steamers, $11,203. The average value of dories Avas $15 ; of 
sail boats, $173 ; of seine boats, $183 ; of skiffs, $11 ; and of whale boats, $98. 

The following table supplies a comparison as regards the mimber of registered 
vessels in 1895 as compared with 1885, with increases and decreases both by number 
and percentages : 





^;L•MBHR 


IXCREASE (+), OR DECREASE (— ), 

IX 189.5 AS Compared with 1885 


Classification. 


1885 


189.5 


Number 


Percentages 


Registered Vessels. 

Schooners 

Other vessels 


866 

736 
130 


726 

539 

187 


—140 

—197 
+57 


—16.17 

-26.77 
+43.85 



The table shows a decrease in the number of registered vessels amounting to 140, or 
16.17 per cent. The number of schooners in 1895 as compared with 1885 has decreased 
197, or 26.77 per cent, while " Other Vessels" show an increase of 57, or 43.85 per cent. 

A similar table is shown as reo-ards tonnajre. 





TOSXAGE 


IXCREASE (+), OK DECREASE (— ), 

IX 1895 AS Compared with 1885 














188.5 


189.5 


Number 


Percentages 


Registered Vessels. 


68,211.49 


46,397.24 


—21,814.25 


—31.98 


Schooners 


47,767.28 


37,883.95 


—9,883.33 


—20.69 


Other vessels 


20,444.21 


8,513.29 


—11,930.92 


—58.36 



A comparison by number of vessels might not be conclusive, but the preceding 
comparison as regards tonnage shows distinctly a marked decrease in the capacity of the 
fishing fleet. The decline in 1895 as compared with 1885 for all classes of vessels is 
21,814.25 tons, or 31.98 per cent; in schooners, 9,883.33 tons, or 20.69 per cent; in 
" Other Vessels," 11,930.92 tons, or .58.36 per cent. 

We present next a comparative showing of the number of boats engaged in the 
fi.sheries in 1885 and in 1895. 



Classificatiox. 


XlMUEU 


IxcuEASE (+). OR Decrease (— ), 
IX 1895 AS Compared with 188.5 


1885 


1895 


Xumber 


Percentages 


Boats. 

Dories, 

Sail boats, .... 


5,806 

4,-531 

293 


6,312 

4,374 

727 


+506 
-157 
+434 


+ S.72 

-3.47 

+148.12 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



125 





XUMBlil; 


Increase (+), ou Decrease ( — ), 
1 IN 189.'} as Compared with 188.5 


Classification. 


1885 1895 

1 


! Xumbir Percentages 


Boats — Coil. 
Seine boats, .... 
Skiffs, ..... 
"Whale 1-ioats, .... 
Other boats 


539 
17 
10 

416 


167 
592 
174 

278 


—372 
+575 
+164 
—138 


-<39.02 
+3,382.35 
+1,640.00 

—33.17 



The increase in the number of boats is 506, or 8.72 per cent. This in itself is not 
very indicative. An examination of the kinds of boats shows that there have been 
marked increases in the number of skiffs, sail boats, and whale boats. There is a slight 
decrease in dories, and a marked falling- off in the number of seine boats. These 
variations may be due in a great degree to a difference in classification, and too much 
dependence should not be placed upon the returns for any one class of boats. 

The next table shows the number of vessels classified by kinds carrying boats, and 
the number of boats so carried. 



The State, and Kinds of Vessels. 



Number of 
Specified Vessels 

Having 
Boats Attached 



^Number of Boats 



The State. 
Registered Vessels. 

Barks, 

Brigs, 

Catboats, 

Schooners, 

Sloops, 

Steamers, 




3,438 

88 

6 

111 

3,044 

154 

35 



A comparative number of boats carried on vessels, and the nimiber engaged in the 
shore fisheries are shown in the table which follows : 



The State. 


Number of 
Boats Attached 
to Regis- 
tered Vessels 


Number of Boats 

Engaged 
in Sliore Fishing 


Total 

Number of 

Boats 


Percentage of 
Boats on Regis- 
tered Vessels 
of Total Number 


Percentage of 
Boats Engaged in 

Shore Fishing 
of Total Number 


The State, .... 


3,438 


2,874 


6,312 


54.47 


45.53 



Of 6,312, the total number of boats returned in 1895, there were 3,438, or 54.47 per 
cent, carried on registered vessels ; and 2,874, or 45.53 per cent, engaged in the shoi'e 
fisheries. 

We now present the comparative values of registered vessels and boats for the years 
1885 and 1895. 





Values 


Increase (+), or Decrease (— ), 
in 1895 as Comi'AREd with 188.5 


Classification. 


1885 


1895 


Amounts 


Percentages 


Registered vessels, .- » 
Boats, 


$4,708,305 
284,711 


$2,460,923 
264,820 


—$2,247,382 
—19,891 


—47.73 
—6.99 



126 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



The decrease ia the value of registered vessels has been S2,247,oS2, or 47.73 percent. 
The decrease in the value of boats has been !?I9,8!)1, or 6.99 per cent; if we consider 
the combined value of vessels and boats as representing the value of the fishing fleet, we 
find a net decrease of $2,267,273, or 45.41 per cent. 

Tiiiti: EnycKjcd in the Fisheries, for licgistered Vessels: By Months. 

This presentation is on pages 73 to 79 inclusive. It shows for each city and town 
engaged in the fishing industry in 1895, the number of registered vessels classified by 
kinds engaged in the fisheries one month, two months, three months, up to 12 mouths, 
or the entire year, and the aggregate tonnage, by kinds of vessels so engaged for the 
number of months specified. The table shows also the total number of vessels and 
total amount of tonnage. 

In order to show the projjer reading of the table we will consider the presentation 
for the city of Gloucester, on pages 76 and 77. The total number of vessels Avas 377, 
with a total tonnage of 27,817.65. 

Of these 377 vessels, there were 249, with a total tonnage of 20,354.65, which were 
eno-a^ed the entire 12 months in the fisheries. There were 13 vessels with an aofffre- 
gate tonnage of 1,150.28 engaged 11 months ; there were 19 vessels with an aggregate 
toimage of 1,298.84 that were employed 10 months ; there were 31 vessels emj^loyed for 
nine months only ; 31 for eight months, 10 for seven months, 10 for six months, seven 
for five months, two for four months, two for three months, one for two months, and two 
for one month. 

We shall conclude our analysis of this feature with the State recapitulation on images 
78 and 79. If the statement were made that there were 703 vessels, with a combined 
tonnage of 43,952.40, engaged in the fishing industry in the State in the year 1895, the 
casual reader Avould infer that the number of vessels mentioned were emjiloyed for the 
entire year, but the following table drawn from the recapitulation referred to presents 
the matter in a for ditterent li^ht : 







Tonnage 


Percentages uf — 


1 


Vessels 


Tonnage 


One mouth, .... 
Two months, .... 
Three months, .... 
Four months, .... 
Five montlis, .... 
Six months, .... 
Seven months, .... 
Eight months, .... 
Nine months, .... 

Ten months 

Eleven months. 
Twelve months, 


7 
12 
15 
17 
22 
41 
44 
66 
75 
36 
22 
346 


210.81 

151.82 

303.51 

473.22 

785.34 

1,789.22 

1,555.42 

2,852.97 

2,865.32 

2,179.07 

3,773.86 

27,011.84 


0.99 
1.71 
2.13 
2.42 
3.13 
5.83 
6.26 
9.39 

10.67 
5.12 
3.13 

49.22 


0.48 
0.34 
0.69 
1.08 
1.79 
4.07 
3.54 
6.49 
6.52 
4.96 
8.58 
61.46 


' Totals 


703 


43,952.40 


100.00 


100.00 



We find that 49.22 percent of the vessels and 61.46 percent of the total tonnage 
were employed 12 months; 3.13 percent of the vessels and 8.58 per cent of the ton- 
nage were employed 11 months ; 5.12 per cent of the vessels and 4.96 per cent of the 
tonnage were employed 10 months; while 42.53 per cent of the vessels and 25 per 
cent of the tonnage were employed for nine months or less. 

Bringing the entire fishing fleet of registered vessels to an average for the year, it 
represents an employment of 9.62 months, and 80.19 per cent of the total number of 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



127 



vessels, and 88.15 per cent of the aggregate tonnage engaged. This is the true criterion 
by which to judge the products of the fishing fleet. Comparative figures do not exist 
for 1885 except as regards number of vessels, but it will be possible as regards time and 
commission to make a complete comjiarison when the next State Census is taken. 

We next jiresent a table which shows for each city and town reporting registered 
vessels, the number of such vessels engaged both in the fisheries and in other business, 
that is, either laid up or pursuing some other branch of industry. The table also shows 
the average number of months each vessel was engaged in the fisheries, and the average 
number of months engaged in other branches of industry. 



CouNTiKs, Cities, Towns, and the State. 


Number of Vessels 


Average Number of 

Months each Vessel was 

Eupaged 

in The Fishpi-ies 


Average Number of 

Months each Vessel was 

Engaged in 

Otlier Business than 

The Fisheries 


BARNSTABLE. 








Barnstable, 


8' 


2.75 


9.25 


Bourne, 












7 


6.00 


6.00 


Chatham, . 












22 


7.55 


4.45 


Dennis, 












U 


5.93 


6.07 


Falmouth, 












5 


8.80 


3.20 


Harwich, . 












6 


5.17 


6.83 


Provincetown, . 












39 


6.92 


5.08 


Wellfleet, . 












8 


6.88 


5.12 


Yarmouth, 












5 


2.80 


9.20 


BRISTOL 










Dartmouth, 


... 


1 


8.00 


4.00 


Fairhaven, 












i 


8.00 


4.00 


Fall River, 












1 


2,00 


10.00 


Freetown, . 












1 


6.00 


6.00 


New Bedford, 












35 


6.29 


5.71 


"Westport, . 












2 


5.50 


6.50 


DUKES. 








Cottage City, 


1 


7.00 


5.00 


Edgar town, 


5 


5.20 


6.80 


Tisbur}", 


10 


7.00 


5.00 


West Tisbury, . - 


1 


3.00 


9.00 


ESSEX. 








Beverly, 


5 


7.40 


4.60 


Essex, 












2 


- 


12.00 


Gloucester, . 












131 


7.96 


4.04 


Manchester, 












2 


5.00 


7.00 


Marblehead, 












4 


5.25 


6.75 


Nahant, . 












2 


3.50 


8.50 


NEWBVRVrORT, 












3 


4.33 


7.67 


Rockport, . 












8 


8.38 


3.62 


Salem, 












2 


5.00 


7.00 


Swampscott, 












i 


8.25 


3.75 


NANTUCKET. 








Nantucket, 


19 


6.53 


5.47 


PLYMOUTH. 








Mattapoisett, 


2 


6.00 


6.00 


Plymouth, 


1 


5.00 


7.00 



128 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



CorsTiES, Cities, Towns, and the State. 



Number of Vessels 



Average Number of 

Months each Vessel was 

Kii(,'a«c(l 

in Tlie Fisheries 



Average Xumber of 

Months each Vessel was 

Engaged in 

Other Business than 

The Fisheries 



SUFFOLK. 

B03T0X, .... 

Revere, .... 
Winthrop, 



THE STATE. 



Barnstable, 

Bristol, 

Dukes, 

Essex, 

Nantucket, 

Plymouth, 

Suffolk, . 



18 
1 
1 

380 
114 

44 

17 
163 

19 
. 3 

20 



6.89 

7.00 

6.88 
6.27 
6.34 
6.24 
7.61 
6.53 
5.67 
6.55 



5.11 

12.00 

5.00 

5.12 
5.73 
5.66 
5.76 
^.39 
5.47 
6.33 
5.45 



From the recapitulation for the State Ave learn that there were 380 vessels not en- 
gaged in the fishing industry the entire year ; of these, 23 vessels, although nominally 
belonging to the fishing fleet, were " laid up " the entire year. The 357 vessels engaged 
both in the fisheries and in other business devoted, on the average, 6.88 months to fish- 
ing, and 5.12 months to other business. 

The nature of this " Other Business," which inclvides the 23 vessels laid up for the 
entire year, and 284 vessels laid up for a portion of the year, is summarized in the fol- 
lowing table which shows the number of vessels and the total number of months eno-ao-ed 
in the sjjecified branches of employment or unemployment : 



The State, and Emplotment of Vessels when 
NOT Engaged in The Fisheries. 



Total Number of 

Vessels 



Total Number of 
Months 



THE STATE. 

Building and repairs, .... 

Laid up, 

Lost, ....... 

Towage 

Towage and laid up, .... 

Transportation, 

Transportation and laid up, 

Not given, 




1,947 

23 

1,485 
15 
34 
3 
301 
73 
13 



The total iishing capacity of the fleet expressed in months would l)e indicated by 
720 vessels multiplied by 12, or a product of 8,712 mouths. There were 23 vessels laid 
up for the entire year which represent 27G months. The time for 357 other vessels 
engaged in other Inisiness aiuounts to 1,671 months. These two items added together 
make 1,947 months, which indicates the period of non-employment in the fisheries of 
726 vessels. In other words, these 726 vessels were actually engaged in the fishing 
industry 6,765 months, or 77.65 per cent of the Census year. 



Partners and Stockholders in Firms and CorjMrations. 

This presentation extends from page 81 to page 88. It shows for each city and town 
engaged in the fishing industry the number of finiis, classified as regards the number 
of partners, and the total number of partners together with a similar classification of 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



129 



the number of corporations, and total number of stockholders. There are also shown 
total number of retui-ns, which means the combined number of lirms and corporations, 
and the total number of persons interested in the lisheries, which means the combined 
nvimber of jjartners and stockholders. 

A recapitulation by counties is given on pages 87 and 88, and a recapitulation for 
the State on the last-named page. The size of firms and corporations ranges from one 
to 125 persons. The number of firms making returns was 2,175, with 3,25(3 partners. 
There were five corporations, with 97 stockholders. The combined number of firms and 
corporations was 2,180, the partners and stockholders numbering 3,353. Among the 
13artners constituting firms, there were six estates included. 

The following table shows comparisons, as far as possible, regarding firms and cor- 
porations for the years 1885 and 1895 : 



" 


Total Number op 
Returns 


Total Number of 
Firms 


Total Number op 
Partners in Firms 


Total Number of 
Corporations 


The State. 


1885 


1895 


1885 


1895 


1885 


1895 


1885 


1895 


The State, .... 


*877 


2,180 


809 


2,175 


947 


3,2.56 


27 


5 



* Includes 41 city, town, or village returns besides firms and corporations. 

The total number of firms in 1885 was 809 ; in 1895, 2,175, an increase in 1895 of 
1,366, or 168.85 per cent. The decrease in the number of corporations in 1895 was 22. 
The total number of returns in 1885, including 41 city, town, or village returns, was 877 ; 
in 1895, 2,180, an increase of 1,303, or 148.57 per cent. The increase in the number of 
firms is no doubt due to the fact that the 41 city, town, or village returns in 1885 were 
returned by firms in 1895. A portion of the increase is also due to the increased efforts 
made in 1895 to secure a more complete enumeration. 

Estimated Number of Persons Engaged in the Fisheries : By Towns. 

This presentation covers pages 89 to 92 inclusive. We have used the term " Esti- 
mated " in presenting the number of persons engaged in the fisheries for the year 1895. 

The presentation shows for each city and town the number of officers and crew 
required to man the registered vessels as returned by the owners of the vessels ; the 
number of fishermen not on registered vessels ; and the total number of fishermen repre- 
sented on schedules including those on registered vessels. 

A reference to the recaiiitulation on page 92 shows the following totals : oflicerSi 
850; crew, 7,679 ; combined officers and crew on registered vessels, 8,529. The number 
of fishermen not on registered vessels was 2,564. Of the total number of fishermen, 
76.89 per cent were on registered vessels, and 23.11 per cent were engaged in the shore 
fisheries. 

We present a comparative table for the years 1885 and 1895. The statistics for 1885 
included non-resident fishermen, shore laborers, factory hands (in-door work), and 
curers and packers (not in factories) ; but these have been dropjied in our comjiarison 
and only the figure showing resident fishermen has been used. 





Estimated Number of Persons 
Engaged in The Fisheries 


Increase (+), or Decrease (— ), 
IN 1895 AS Compared with InSSi 


The State, and Counties. 












1885 


1895 


Number 


Percentages 


THE STATE. 


11,743 


11,093 


-650 


— 5.54 


Barnstable, .... 


2,631 


1,871 


—760 


—28.89 


Bristol, 


1,606 


1,225 


—381 


—23.72 



130 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 





Estimated Xumber of Persons 
Engaged in The Fisheries 


Increase (+), ok Decrease (— ), 
IN 189.5 AS Compared with 1885 


The State, and Counties. 


1885 


1895 


Number 


Percentages 


Dukes, 

Essex, 

Middlesex, .... 
Nantucket, .... 

Norfolk 

Plymouth, .... 
Suffolk 


157 
5,697 
6 
225 
106 
483 
832 


249 

6,266 

9 

125 

44 

349 

955 


+92 

+569 

+3 

—100 

—62 
—134 
+123 


+58.60 
+9.99 
+50.00 
—44.44 
—58.49 
-27.74 
+14.78 



The returns for the two 3-ears are very nearly equal, 1895 showing a decrease of 650, 
or 5.54 per cent. 

As stated previously, we have used the tenn " estimated " in regard to the number 
of persons engaged in the fisheries, and it has been used advisedly. There are three 
diQerent ways of ascertaining the number of fishermen, of which each has elements of 
truthfulness, while all three, statisticall}'^ considered, are but approximations, or estimates. 
The first way is the population schedule of the Census. The casvial reader would expect 
the figure given under occupations to show the number of fishermen, but it must be 
remembered that the population schedule enumerates only resident fishermen. Again, 
the popuhition schedule considers as a man's occupation that ui)on which he depends 
princii)ally for a livelihood ; but a farmer who works eight months upon his farm, and 
fishes for four months would call himself a farmer ; a carpenter out of a job who made 
a three months' fishing trip would be called a carpenter. It is plainly evident, then, that 
tlie Census population schedule must necessarily report less than the actual number of 
fishermen. 

Another way is to aggregate the returns from owners of vessels and purchasers at 
wholesale of fish ; but here we meet another difficulty. The owners of vessels would 
include both resident or native fishermen, and non-resident or fishermen who are not citi- 
zens of this country. Again, if a fisherman is employed by two or more firms during the 
same year, he is rej^orted by each, and duplications occur. The same objections apply to 
returns made by dealers who purchase fish from the fishermen, for they include both 
citizens and those who are not, and difi"ej.'ent firms report the same individuals. 

The third way is that adopted by the Census Bureau in filling out the schedule 
relating to the fisheries. We have accepted the returns of the owners of vessels as to 
the number of ofllcers and crew required to man their vessels, necessarily including 
many fishermen who are not citizens, and Avho do not appear upon the population 
schedule. To ascertain the shore fishermen, the most strenuous efforts have been made 
in every maritime city and town to learn the name of every person engaged in catching 
fish for sale during any part of the Census year. Parties have been employed who were 
acquainted with their respective towns to accompany our special agents, and point 
out the residences of fishermen. But many fishermen live in towns not contiguous to the 
shore, and no doubt have been omitted. There have also been omitted those who had 
left the town and gone into other business, as well as some Avhose names were not 
olitained by our special agents. 

We consider the third Avay, however, as statistically the most exact. The number of 
fishermen from the population schedules for the Census of 1895 has not, as 3-et, l^een 
ascertained, but a further consideration of this subject will be made in that part of the 
analysis of Volume IV of the Census which relates to the occupations of the peoj^le. 



Di.mblcmcnts and Deaths. 

The Census schedule for The Fisheries called for the number of disablements and 
deaths bi/ accident during the Census year 1895. The particulars, not suflicieut for a 
tabular presentation, are shown in the following table : 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



131 



Cities and Towns. 


Number of 

Disablements by 

Accident 


Number of Deaths 
by Accident 


Number of Lives 
Lost 


Beverly 

Boston, 

Gloucester, 

New Bedford, 

Provincetown, 


4 
1 


5 

77 
1 
2 


2 

4 

94 

2 


Totals 


5 


85 


102 



The total number of disablements bj accident reported was five ; number of deaths 
by accident, 85. In the right-hand column of the table is given the " number of lives, 
lost" as reported to the Boston Fish Bureau, but this total, 102, includes, we are in- 
formed, deaths from natural causes as well as those from accident. The returns of dis- 
ablements and deaths from accident in 1885 were very incomplete. 

The American Whale Fishery. 
The following table, extracted from official sources, shows the products of the whale 
fishery, by customs districts in this State, and also for other American cities engaged in 
that fishery for 1889 and 1890 : 







Spekji Oil 


Whalebone 


Totals 


CcsTOMS Districts. 
















1889 


1890 


1889 


1890 


1889 


1890 


Barnstable, Mass., 


$42,614 


$9,619 


— 


$84 


$42,614 


$9,703 


Beaufort, S. C, . 




- 


2,363 


- 


- 


- 


2,363 


Boston, Mass., 




35,436 


7,502 


$1,500 


11,650* 


36,936 


19,152 


New Bedford, Mass., . 




253,249 


201,942 


13,188 


28,560 


266,387 


290,502 


New Loudon, Conn., . 




- 


- 


6,660 


50 


6,660 


50 


New York, N. Y., 




28,299 


42,887 


- 


9,000 


28,299 


51,887 


Portland and Falmouth, Me 


•» • 


5,710 


- 


- 


- 


5,710 


- 


Edgartown, Mass., 




6,669 


- 


- 


- 


6,669 


- 


Brunswick, Ga., . 




1,839 


- 


- 


- 


1,839 


- 


San Francisco, Cal., 




5,541 


6,777 


489,618 


366,310 


495,159 
$890,273 


373,087 


Totals, . 


$379,357 


$331,090 


$510,916 


$415,654 


$746,744 



The meaning of this table may be most adequately shown by the following compara- 
tive summary : 





Amounts 


Percentages 


Years and Products. 


ilassachu- 

actts 


Otlier states 


Total 


Massachu- 
setts 


other States 


Total 


1889. 

Sperm oil, 

Whalebone, 

1890. 

Sperm oil, 

Whalebone, 


$352,606 

337,908 

14,638 

$319,357 

279,063 

40,294 


$537,667 

41,389 

496,278 

$427,387 

52,027 

375,360 


$890,273 
379,357 
510,916 

$746,744 
331,090 
415,654 


39.61 
89.09 

2.87 

42.77 

84.29 

9.69 


60.39 
10.91 
97.13 

57.23 
15.71 
90.31 


100.00 
100.00 
100.00 

100.00 
100.00 
100.00 



The products of the Massachusetts whale fishery for the years 1885 and 1895 have 
been shown and compared on page 113, ante. 



132 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



Foreign Fishery Trade of the United States : 1821-1894. 

The following table is drawn from the rejiort referred to on page 117, ante. It is 
appended as a matter of record as showing for a long jDcriod, for the entire country, 
the maonitiide of our national trade in fish. 



Year Ending — 


Imports 


Foreign 
Exports 


Imports for 
Consumption 


Domestic 
Exports 


Excess of Im- 
ports for 

Consumption 

Over ])omestic 

Exports 


Excess of 
Domestic Ex- 
ports Over 
Imports for 
Consumption 


Sept. 30, 1821, , 


$13,186 


$3,080 


$10,106 


$1,499,188 




$1,489,082 


1822, 




19,255 


1,463 


17,792 


1,389,579 


- 


1,371,787 


1823, 




31,914 


260 


31,654 


1,658,224 


- 


1,626,-570 


1824, 




43,411 


4,761 


38,650 


1,610,990 


- 


1,-572,340 


1825, 




29,500 


383 


29,117 


1,595,065 


- 


1,565,948 


1826, 




18,841 


590 


18,251 


1,473,388 


- 


1,455,137 


1827, 




24,971 


1,704 


23,267 


1,575,332 


- 


1,552,065 


1828, 




10,469 


400 


10,069 


1,693,980 


- 


1,68-3,911 


1829, 




16,182 


- 


16,182 


1,817,100 


- 


1,800,918 


1S30, 




27,624 


3,774 


23,850 


1,725,270 


- 


1,701,420 


1831, 




49,421 


276 


49,145 


1,889,472 


- 


1,840,-327 


1832, 




28,584 


972 


27,612 


2,558,5.38 


- 


2,5-30,926 


1833, 




45,649 


4,552 


41,097 


2,402,469 


- 


2,361,372 


183t, 




42,955 


1,800 


41,155 


2,071,493 


- 


2,030,-3-38 


1835, 




88,279 


21,576 


66,703 


2,174,-524 


- 


2,107,821 


1836, 




115,894 


65,379 


50,515 


2,666,058 


- 


2,615,543 


1837, 




98,044 


9,260 


88,784 


2,711,452 


- 


2,622,668 


1838, 




96,571 


800 


95,771 


3,175,576 


- 


3,079,805 


1839, 




342,755 


9,034 


333,721 


1,917,969 




1,584,248 


1840, 




275,352 


7,062 


268,290 


3,199,170 


- 


2,930,880 


1841, 




225,036 


15,188 


209,848 


2,846,851 


- 


2,637,003 


1842, 




128.533 


7,476 


121,057 


2,823,010 


- 


2,701,953 


June 30, 1843, 




91,871 


1,643 


90 228 


2,112,548 


- 


2,022,320 


1844, 




264,227 


3,164 


261,063 


3,350,-501 


- 


3,089,438 


1845, 




290,165 


321 


289,844 


4,507,124 


- 


4,217,2-56 


1846, 




288,834 


213 


288,621 


3,453,398 


- 


3,164,777 


1847, 




481,607 


100,028 


381,579 


3,468,033 


- 


3,086,454 


1848, 




832,508 


246,865 


585,643 


1,980,963 




1,395,319 


1849, 




645,917 


135,706 


510,211 


2,-547,654 


- 


2,037,443 


1850, 




561,125 


143,948 


417,177 


2,824,818 


- 


2,407,641 


1851, 




782,751 


173,359 


609,392 


3,294,691 


- 


2,685,299 


18.-.2, 




622,734 


208,004 


414,730 


2,282,442 


- 


1,867,612 


1853, 




1,142,541 


363,859 


778,682 


3,279,413 


- 


2,500,731 


1854, 




1,177,677 


381,724 


795,953 


3,044,301 


- 


2,248,348 


18.55, 




1,0.55,113 


354,080 


701,033 


3,516,894 


- 


2,815,861 


1856, 




2,269,184 


279,278 


1,989,906 


3,-3-56,797 


- 


1,366,891 


18.57, 




2,143,1.35 


262,965 


1,880,170 


3,739,644 


- 


1,859,474 


1858, 




2,289,678 


2.30,.580 


2,059,098 


3,-550,295 


- 


1,491,197 


1859, 




2,646,358 


199,716 


2,446,642 


4,462,974 


- 


2,016,332 


1860, . 




2,724,824 


242,421 


2,482,403 


4,156,480 


- 


1,674,077 


1861, 




2,211,265 


184,798 


2,026,467 


4,4-51,, 515 


- 


2,425,0 i8 


1862, 




1,-328,525 


56,076 


1,272,449 


3,987,298 


- 


2,714,849 


1863, . 




1,464,372 


131,260 


1,333,112 


5,056,006 


- 


3,722,894 


1864, . 




2,078,991 


138,804 


1,940,187 


4,306,303 


- 


2,366,116 


1805, . 




2,583,860 


144,150 


2,439,710 


4,795,619 


- 


2,355,909 


1866, . 




4,375,109 


129,019 


4,216,090 


3,562,519 


$683,571 


- 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



133 



Year Exdixg — 


Imports 


Foreiim 

Exports 


Imports for 
Consumption 


Domestic 
Exports 


Excess of Im- 
ports for 

Consumption 

Over Domestic 

Exports 


Excess of 
Domestic Ex- 
ports Over 
Imports for 
Consumption 


June 30, 1867, 


$2,330,077 


$429,951 


$1,900,126 


$3,663,634 


_ 


$1,763,508 


1868, . 




1,658,766 


353,890 


1,304,876 


3,717,248 


- 


2,412,372 


1869, . 




2,790,357 


312,498 


2,411,309 


3,001,720 


- 


590,411 


1870, . 




3,070,407 


315,844 


2,685,523 


2,870,517 


- 


184,994 


1871, . 




2,897,293 


376,018 


2,461,276 


2,994,037 


- 


532,761 


1872, . 




2,754,277 


347,136 


2,433,970 


3,443,171 


- 


1,009,201 


1873, . 




3,726,183 


544,690 


3,176,280 


3,320,406 


- 


144,126 


1874, . 




3,874,239 


206,800 


3,666,301 


3,566,743 


$99,558 


- 


1875, . 




3,704,028 


217,456 


3,597,688 


4,844,847 


- 


1,247,139 


1876, . 




3,255,831 


153,492 


3,177,309 


5,806,445 


- 


2,629,136 


1877, . 




2,935,269 


235,781 


2,796,990 


5,734,675 


- 


2,937,685 


1878, . 




3,788,836 


237,034 


3,592,079 


6,436,248 


- 


2,844,169 


1879, . 




3,839,368 


298,759 


3,546,276 


6,281,288 


- 


2,735,012 


1880, . 




4,374,973 


244,242 


4,115,454 


5,248,131 


- 


1,132,677 


1881, . 




4,995,860 


210,166 


4,759,133 


5,554,834 


- 


795,701 


1882, . 




0,142,311 


361,480 


4,771,871 


6,213,358 


- 


1,441,487 


1883, . 




6,050,780 


356,213 


5,647,650 


6,279,720 


- 


632,070 


1884, . 




6,713,176 


447,815 


6,361,715 


5,664,885 


696,830 


- 


1885, . 




5,900,429 


328,514 


5,647,123 


6,018,745 


•~ 


371,622 


1886, 




4,604,843 


376,675 


4,084,719 


5,264,646 


- 


1,179,927 


1887, 




5,162,125 


455,115 


4,732,719 


5,154,180 


- 


421,361 


1888, 




5,808,813 


514,350 


5,183,610 


5,518,552 


- 


334,942 


1889, 




5,790,558 


326,679 


5,364,345 


7,063,339 


- 


1,698,994 


1890, 




6,355,955 


552,195 


5,811,560 


7,458,385 


- 


1,646,825 


1891, 




7,511,608 


435,063 


6,980,035 


6,210,577 


769,458 


- 


1892, 




7,107,456 


391,699 


6,687,446 


5,403.587 


1,283,859 


- 


1893, 




8,227,195 


416,941 


7,708,189 


5,541,378 


2,166,811 


- 


1894, 




6,926,807 


621,408 


6,276,903 


4,258,306 


2,018,597 


- 


Totals, 


$167,422,617 


$14,339,675 


$152,735,501 


$274,096,530 


- 


$121,361,029 



COMMERCE 



[135] 



Coastwise and Ocean Commerce. 
Under American Flag. 



INYESTMEIJ^TS A]S"D EARNINGS. 



COUNTY OF BARNSTABLE. 

[The column headed "Value" gives the amount of cash capital invested, the value of vessels including 
outfit, and the amounts received for the transportation of freight or passengers.] 



Town of Barnstable. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 8; registered at" Home Ports as follows: 
Barnstable, 8.] 



Investments and Earnings. 


Value 


Inrestments. 

Cash capital 

Vessels Including outfit. 

Earnings. 
Freight 


$31,456 

4,946 
26,510 

$22,132 
22,132 



Tovf n of Bourne. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 2; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Barnstable, 2 ] 



Investments. 

Cash capital, . 
Vessels including outfit, 



Earnings. 



Freight, 




Town of CliatUani. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 3; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Chatham, 3.1 



Inrestments. 

Cash capital, . 

Vessels including outfit. 



Earnings. 



Freight, 




Town of Dennis. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 21 ; registered at Home Ports as follows : 
Dennis, 20; Boston, l.J 



In-rest>nents. 



Cash capital, . 

Land, .... 

Vessels including outfit, 

Wharves, 



Ear7iings. 



Freight, 



$423,509 

8,589 

200 

411,520 

3,200 

$182,202 
182.202 



Town of FalinoutU. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 3; registered at Home Ports as follovv's : 
Barnstable, 3.] 



Investments and Earnings. 


Value 


Inrestments. 


$1,982 


Cash capital, 

Vessels including outfit. 


182 
1,800 


Earnings. 


$691 


Freight, 


691 



Town of Ilarwieli. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 1; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Barnstable, 1.] 



Investments, 

Cash capital, . 
Vessels including outfit. 



Earnings. 



Freight, 



$1,310 

10 
1,300 

$408 
408 



Town of Provineetown. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 5 ; registered at Home Ports as follows : 
Provincetowu,4; Barnstable, 1.] 



Investments. 

Cash capital, . 

Vessels including outfit. 



Earnings. 



Freight, , 



$28,995 

1,495 
27,500 

$20,400 
20,400 



Town of Well fleet. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 1 ; registered at Home Ports as follows : 
Barnstable, 1.] 



Investments. 

Cash capital, . 

Vessels including outfit, 



Earnings. 



Freight, 



$3,650 

150 
3,500 

$1,200 
1,200 



[139] 



140 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND EARNINGS — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BRISTOL. 



Town or Olghton. 

[Niimber of veBsels, owued wholly or in part in 
this town, 4; regiBtered at Home Ports as follows: 
Fall Hiver, 4.] 



IXVESTMEXTS AND EARNINGS. 


Value 


Iiirestments. 

Cash capital, 

Vessels including outfit, 

Earnings. 
Freight 


$10,990 

240 
10,750 

$13,064 
13,064 



<'lt.T or FAI^Ii RIVER. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or In part in 
this citv, 28 ; reKistered at Home Ports as follows : 
Fall River, 28.] 



Investmeiita. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 

Cash capital, . 

Credit capital, 

Land, . ... 

Vessels Including outfit, 

■Wharves, 



Earnings. 



Freight, . 
Paesengers, 



$3,314,089 

98,425 

256,751 

3,500 

137,000 

2,741,451 

"6,962 

$1,928,017 

911,987 
1,016,030 



City of XEW KEOFORD. 

[Kumber of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this city, 32; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
New Bedford, 32.] 



In vestments. 

Buildings and fixtures, . 
Cash capital, . 
Vessels including outfit, 
Wharves, 

Earnings. 

Freight, .... 
Passengers, 



$288,470 

330 

11,332 

267,658 

9,150 

$231,871 

145,439 
80,432 



Town of Somerset. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 5; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Fall River, 5.] 



Investments akd Earnings. 



Value 



Investments. 
Cash capital, . 
Vessels including outfit. 



Freight, 



Earnings. 



$91,031 

8,181 

82,850 

$37,451 
37,451 



Town of Svf-ansea. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part In 
this town, 1; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Fall River, 1.] 



Investme7its. 
Cash capital, . 
Vessels including outfit, 



Freight, 



Earnings. 



$14,880 

380 

14,500 

$4,800 
4.800 



Cit.v of TAl'XTOX. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this city, 32; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Fall River, 32.] 



Inrestments. 
Buildings and fixtures, 
Cash capital, . 
Vessels including outfit, 
Wharves, 



Freight, 



Eariiings. 



$428,339 

11,100 

8,874 

407,665 

700 

$346,255 
346.255 



Town of Westport. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 2; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
New Bedford, 2.] 



divestments. 
Cash capital, . 
Vessels including outfit, 



Freight, . 



Enriiings. 



$2,560 

60 

2,500 

$3,658 
3.658 



COUNTY OF DUKES. 



Town of C'liilniark. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 2; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
New Bedford, 1; Edgartown, 1.] 



Inrestments. 




$1,350 


Vessels Including outfit, 


. 


1,350 


Earnings. 




$730 


Freight 


• 


730 



Town of K«lKnrtowii. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 14; reijistered at Home Ports as follows: 
Edgartowu, 7; not registered, 7.] 



Inrestments. 

Buildings and fixtures, 
<'ash capital, . 
Land, .... 
Vessels including outfit, 
WTiarves, 




Town of Edgrartown — Con. 



Earnings. 



Freight, . 
Passengers, 



$14,000 

12,825 
1,175 



Town of Tisbnr.T. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 12; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Edgartown, 10; not registered, 2.] 



Investments. 

Buildings and fixtures. 

Cash capital, . 

Vessels including outfit. 



Earnings. 



Freight, . 
Passengers, 



$14,300 

50 

200 

14,050 



$6,860 

5,055 
1,805 



COMMERCE. 



141 



INVESTMENTS AND EARNINGS — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX. 



City of BEVERI^V. 

[Number of vessels, owned whollj' or in part in 
this city, 3; registered at Home Ports as f olio we : 
Salem, 3.J 


City of liYXN. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or In part in 
th 8 city, 9 ; registered at Home Ports as follows : 
Marblehead, 9.j 


Investments and Eaknings. 


A'alue 


Investments and Earnings. 


Value 


Investments. 

Cash capital 

Vessels including outfit. 

Earnings. 
Freight, 


$10,700 

150 
10,550 

$8,690 
8,690 


Investments. 

Buildings and fixtures, 

Cash capital, 

Credit capital 

Vessels Including outfit, 

Earnings. 

Freight, 

Passengers, 


$101,968 

655 

22,306 

2,000 

77,007 

$81,248 


Town of Brnclford. 


72,328 
8,920 


[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in j 
th s town, 1 ; registered at Home Ports as follows : 
Newburj-port, l.J 


Town of Iflstrbleiiead. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
th 8 town, 7; registered at Home Ports as follows: 


Investments. 

Cash capital, 

Vessels including outfit, 

Earnings. 
Freight 


$3,000 

500 
2,500 

$4,109 
4,109 


Marblehead, 7. J 


Investments. 

Buildings and fixtures. 

Cash capital, 

Vessels including outfit. 

Wharves, 

Earnings. 
Passengers, 


$17,350 

700 

1,200 

11,950 

3,500 

$6,459 








6,459 


City of OIiOUCESTER. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this city, 56; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Gloucester, 23; not registered, 33.] 




City of NEWBURYPOKT. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this city, 15; registered at Home Porte as follows: 
Newburyport, 11; not registered, 4.] 




$359,825 

7,000 

5,600 

51,000 

110,100 

112,225 

73,900 

$112,199 

102,174 
10,025 


Inrestments. 

Buildings and fixtures. 

Cash capital 

Credit capital, 

Land, 

Vessels including outfit, 

Wharves, 


Investments. 

Cash capital 

Vessels including outfit, 

E<irnings. 

Freight 

Passengers 


$114,100 

6,100 
108,000 

$66,875 

66,675 
200 


Earnings. 

Freight 

Passengers 




Town of Roobport. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 




this town, 7; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Gloucester, 7.] 




Town of Ipswich. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 1 ; registered at Home Ports as follows : 
Newburyport, l.J 


Investments. 

Cash capital 

Vessels including outfit, 

Earnings. 
Freight 


$33,768 

568 
33,200 


Investments. 

Cash capital, 

Vessels including outfit, 

Earnings. 
Passengers, 


$3,400 

400 
3,000 

$1,750 
1,750 


$20,650 
20,650 




City of SAIiEW. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
th 8 city, 2; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Salem, 2.] 


City of liAW^REXCE. 

Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 


Investments. 

Cash capital 

Vessels including outfit. 


$3,400 

200 
3,200 




th s city, 2; not registered, 2.] 


Town of $iwanip.<icott. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 2; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Marblehead, 2.] 


Investments. 

Buildings and fixtures. 

Cash capital, 

Vessels including outfit, 

"Wharves, 

Earnings. 
Passengers, 


$3,550 

500 
200 

2,700 
150 

$2,200 
2,200 


Investmeiits. 
Vessels including outfit, 

Earnings. 
Passengers 


$1,900 
1,900 

$1,705 
1,705 



142 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895, 



INVESTMENTS AND EARNINGS — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



Vity of I.OWEI.1U. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this city, 1 ; registered at Home Ports as follows ; 
Newbiiryport, l.J 



ISVESTMESTS AND EaRNISGS. 



Investments. 

Cash capital, . 

Vessels including outfit. 

Wharves, 

Kfirnings. 
Passengers, . 




City of MAI.»E3f. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this city, 4; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Fall River, 4.] 



IKVESTMEXTS AND EARNINGS. 


Value 


Investments. 

Cash capital, 

Vessels including outfit, 


$92,550 

8,000 
84,550 



Earnings. 



Freight, 



$54,500 
54,500 



COUNTY OF NANTUCKET. 



Town of Kantnoket. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 27; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Nantucket, 23; not registered, 4.] 



Investments. 



Cash capital, 
Land, 




Town of Xantucket — Con. 



Investments — Con. 
Vessels including outfit, 
■^Tiarves, . . . . 



Earnings. 



Freight, . 
Passengers, 



$26,750 
1,050 

$17,274 

8,876 
8,398 



COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH. 



Town of Abington. 




Town of Clarion — Con. 


[Number of vessels, owned whoUj' or in part in 
this town, 5; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Plymouth, 6.] 


Earnings. 
Freight 


$1,474 
1,474 


Investmeiits. 


$7,670 

1,620 
6,050 

$10,436 
10,436 


Cash capital 

Vessels including outfit, 

Earnings. 
Freight, 


Town of IrVareliaiu. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 3; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
New Bedford, 3.J 




Town of M»rion. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this town, 1; registered at Home Ports as follows: ; 
New Bedford, l.J 


Investments. 

' Cash capital, ....... 

Vessels including outfit, 

1 Earnings. 
Freight, 


$4,490 

290 
4,200 


Investments. 

Cash capital 

Vessels including outfit. 


$2,650 

150 

2,500 


$4,416 
4,416 



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. 



Vity of ROSTOX. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this city, 317; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Boston, 293; Baltimore, Md., o; Savannah, Ga., 4; 
Gardiner, Me., 3; not registered, 12.] 



Investments. 
Buildings and fixtures. 
Cash capital, . 
Credit capital, 
Lund, .... 
Vessels including outfit, 
Whar\'es, 



Earnings. 



Freight, . 
Passengers, 



$8,882,026 

193,800 

794,722 

37,540 

104,714 

7,656,321 

94,929 

$6,097,750 

5,158,.531 

939,219 



City of CH EIiSEA. 

[Number of vessels, owned wholly or in part in 
this city, 1; registered at Home Ports as follows: 
Boston, 1.] 



Investments . 

Cash capital, . 
Vessels including outfit. 



Earnings. 



Freight, 



$15,500 

500 
15,000 



$24,000 
24,000 



COMMERCE. 



143 



INVESTMENTS AND EARNINGS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION : INVESTMENTS. 



The State, 
Counties, Cities, 


Buildings 
and 


Cash 


Credit 


Total 
Cash and 


Land 


Vessels 
Including 


Wharves 


Total 


AXD Towns. 


Fixtures 


Capital 


Capital 


Credit 
Capital 




Outfit 




Investments 


THE STATE. 


$313,235 


$1,150,870 


$94,040 


$1,244,910 


$352,414 


$12,220,132 


I 
$263,741 


$14,394,432 


Barnstable. 


- 


$19,634 


- 


$19,634 


$200 


$487,330 


$3,200 


$510,364 


Barnstable, 




4,946 


- 


4,946 


- 


26,510 




31,456 


Bourne, . 


_ 


4,212 


- 


4,212 


- 


13,500 




17,712 


Chatham, 


- 


50 


- 


50 


- 


1,700 


- 


1,750 


Dennis, . 


- 


8,589 


- 


8,589 


200 


411,520 


3,200 


423,509 


Falmouth, 


_ 


182 


- 


182 


- 


1,800 


- 


1,982 


Harwich, . 


- 


10 


- 


10 


- 


1,.300 


- 


1,310 


Provincetown, 


_ 


1,495 


- 


1,495 


_ 


27,500 


- 


28,995 


AVelltieet, 


- 


150 


- 


150 


- 


3,500 


- 


3,650 


Bristol. 


$109,855 


$285,818 


$3,500 


$289,318 


$137,000 


$3,527,374 


$86,812 


$4,1.50,359 


Dighton, . 


_ 


240 


- 


240 


- 


10,750 


_ 


10,990 


Fall River, . 


98,425 


256,751 


3,500 


260,251 


137,000 


2,741,451 


76,962 


3,314,089 


New 15EDroRD, 


330 


11,332 


- 


11,332 


- 


267,658 


9,150 


288,470 


Somerset, 


- 


8,181 


- 


8,181 


- 


82,8.50 


- 


91,031 


Swansea, . 


- 


380 


- 


380 


- 


14,.5O0 


- 


14,880 


Taunton, 


11,100 


8,874 


- 


8,874 


- 


407,685 


700 


428,339 


"Westport, 




60 


- 


60 


- 


2,500 


- 


2,560 


Dukes. 


$725 


$712 


- 


$712 


$200 


$41,825 


$150 


$43,612 


Chilmark, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,350 


- 


1,350 


Kdgartown, 


675 


512 


- 


512 


200 


26,425 


150 


27,962 


Tiebury, . 


50 


200 


— 


200 


- 


14,050 


- 


14,300 


Essex. 


$8,855 


$37,224 


$53,000 


$90,224 


$110,100 


$366,232 


$77,550 


$662,961 


Beverly, 


_ 


150 


- 


150 


- 


10,550 


- 


10,700 


Bradford, 


- 


500 


- 


500 


- 


2,500 


_ 


3,000 


Gloucester, . 


7,000 


5,600 


51,000 


56,600 


110,100 


112,225 


73,900 


3.59,825 


Ipswich, . 


- 


400 


- 


400 


- 


3,000 


- 


3,400 


Lawrence, . 


500 


200 


- 


200 


- 


2,700 


150 


3,.5.50 


Lynn, 


655 


22,306 


2,000 


24,306 


- 


77,007 


- 


101,968 


Marblehead, . 


700 


1,200 




1,200 


- 


11,950 


3,500 


17,350 


Newburyport, 


- 


6,100 


- 


6,100 


- 


108,000 


- 


114,100 


Rockport, 


- 


568 




568 


- 


33,200 


- 


33,768 


Salem, 


- 


200 


- 


200 


- 


3,200 


- 


3,400 


Swampscott, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,900 


- 


1,900 


Middlesex. 


- 


$8,100 


- 


$8,100 


- 


$86,550 


$50 


$94,700 


Lowell, . 


- 


100 


- 


100 


- 


2,000 


50 


2,150 


Malden, . . . 


- 


8,000 


- 


8,000 


- 


84,550 


- 


92,550 


Nantucket. 


- 


$2,100 


- 


$2,100 


$200 


$26,750 


$1,050 


$30,100 


Nantucket, 


- 


2,100 

1 


- 


2,100 


200 


26,750 


1,050 


30,100 


Plymouth. 


- 


$2,060 


- 


$2,060 


- 


$12,750 


- 


$14,810 


Abington, 


- 


1,620 


- 


1,620 


- 


6,050 


- 


7,670 


Marion, 


- 


150 


- 


1.50 


- 


2,.500 


- 


2,650 


"Wareham, 


- 


290 


- 


290 


- 


4,200 


- 


4,490 


Suffolk. 


$193,800 


$795,222 


$37,540 


$832,762 


$104,714 


$7,671,321 


$94,929 


$8,897,-526 


Boston, . 


193,800 


794,722 


37,.540 


832,262 


104,714 


7,656,.321 


94,929 


8,882,026 


Chelsea, 


~ 


500 

1 


~ 


500 


~ 


15,000 


— 


15,500 





RECAPITULATION : EARNINGS. 



The State, Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



Earnings from 

Treight 



Earnings from 
russeiigers 



Total 
Earnhigs 



THE STATE. 

Barnstable. 

Barnstable 

Bourne, 

Chatham, 

Dennis, 

Falmouth, 

Harwich 

Provincetown, .... 
Wellfleet 



$7,253,503 

$235,380 

22,132 

7,322 

1,025 

182,202 

691 

408 

20,400 

1,200 



$2,085,818 



$9,3.39,321 

$235,380 

22,132 

7,322 

1,025 

182,202 

691 

408 

20,400 

1,200 



144 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



INVESTMENTS AND EARNINGS — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION : EARNINGS — Continued. 



Thk State, Coukties, Cities, and Towks. 



Earnings from 
Freight 



Earnings from 
Passengers 



Total 
Earnings 



Bristol. 

Di^hton 

Fall Kiver, .... 
Nkw Bedford, 

Soineruet 

Swansea, 

Taunton 

Westport 

Dukes. 

Chilraark, 

Edgartown, .... 
Tisbury 

Essex. 

Beverly, 

Bradford 

Gloucester, .... 

Ipswich, 

Lawrence, .... 

Lynn, 

Marblehead, .... 



$1,462,654 

13,064 

911,987 

145,439 

37,451 

4,800 

346,255 

3,658 

$18,610 

730 

12,825 

5,055 

$274,626 

8,690 

4,109 

102,174 



72,328 



$1,102,462 



1,016,030 
86,432 



$2,980 

1,175 
1,805 

$31,259 



10,025 
1,750 
2,200 
8,920 
6,459 



$2,565,116 

13,064 

1,928,017 

231,871 

37,451 

4,800 

346,255 

3,658 

$21,590 

730 

14,000 

6,860 



$305,885 

8,690 
4,109 
112,199 
1,750 
2,200 
81,248 
6,459 



COMMERCE. 



145 



INVESTMENTS AND EARNINGS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION : EARNINGS — Concluded. 



Thk State, Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



Earnings from 
Kreight 



Earnings from 
Passengers 



Total 
Earnings 



Essex — Con. 

Newburtport, 

Rockport, 

Swampscott 

Middlesex. 

Lowell, 

Malden, 

Nantucket. 
Nantucket, .... 

Plymouth. 

Abington, 

Marion, ..... 
AYareham, 

Suffolk. 

Boston 

Chelsea, 



|66,67.5 
20,650 



$54,500 

54,500 

$8,876 
8,876 

$16,326 

10,436 
1,474 
4,416 

$5,182,531 

5,15S,.531 
24,000 



$200 
1,705 

$1,500 
1,500 

$8,398 
8,398 



$939,219 
939,219 



$66,875 

20,650 

1,705 

$56,000 

1,500 
54,500 

$17,274 
17,274 

$16,326 

10,436 
1,474 
4,416 

$6,121,750 

6,097,750 
24,000 



116 



CEXSUS OP MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



i^UMBER AXD VALUE OF VESSELS, WITH AGGRE- 
GATE AND AVERAGE RECEIPTS. 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 



BARNSTABLE. 



Barnstable, 
Bourne, 
Chatham, . 
Dennis, 
Falmouth, 
Harwich, . 
Provinci'town, 
WeUfleet, . 



BRISTOL. 



Dighton, . 
Fall River, . 
New Bedford, 
SoDierset, . 
Swansea, . 
Taunton, 
Westport, 



DUKES. 



19 ] Chilmark, 

20 Edgartown, 

21 Tisbury, . 



22 

23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 

33 

34 
35 

36 
37 

38 

39 
40 
41 

42 

43 

44 



ESSEX. 



Beverly, 

Bradford, . 

Gloucester, 

Ipswich, . 

Lawrence, 

Lynn, 

Marblehead, 

Newburtport 

Rockport, 

Swampscott, 



MIDDLESEX. 



Lowell, 
Malden, 



XANTUCKET. 
Nantucket, 



PLYMOUTH. 



Abingtou, 

Marion, 

M'areham, 



SUFFOLK. 



Boston, . 
Chelsea, , 



Number of Vessels Cakrting 



Freight 
Only 



I'assengers |Freight and 
Only I Passengers 



41 

7 
2 
3 
20 
2 
1 
5 
1 



4 
13 
19 

5 

1 
32 

2 

12 



58 



14 

7 



5 
1 
3 

257 

256 
1 



12 

I 
5 

42 



2S 
1 
2 
2 



1 
1 

20 
20 



22 
22 



14 



33 
33 



Total 



41 

7 

O 

3 

20 
2 

i 

6 
1 



4 
•22 
31 

5 

1 
32 

2 

25 

2 
11 

12 

101 

2 
1 

55 
1 
2 
9 
7 

IS 
7 
2 



1 
4 

25 
25 



5 
1 
3 

312 

311 
1 



Value of Vessei.-s 

CAlfRTING 



Freight 
Only 



Passengers 
Only 



$484,530 

25,510 
13,500 

1,700 
410,020 

1,500 

1,300 
27,500 

3,500 

$907,865 

10,750 

303,100 

86,500 

82,850 

14,500 

407,665 

2,500 

$26,350 

1,350 

20,000 

5,000 

$290,575 

7,050 

2,500 

96,525 



65,300 

86,000 
33,200 



$84,550 

84,550 

$12,100 
12,100 

$12,750 

6,050 
2,500 
4,200 

$3,281,043 

3,266,043 
15.000 



$27,600 

22,500 
5,100 



$3,475 

1,925 
1,550 

$46,557 



15,300 

3,000 

2,700 

11,707 

11,950 



1,900 

$2,000 
2,000 

$12,400 
12,400 



$355,000 
355,000 



RECAPITULATION. 







Counties. 


Number of Vessels Cark\ 


ING 


Value of Vessels 
Carrying 
























Freight 


Passengers 


Freight and 


Total 


Freight 


Passengers 








Only 


Only 


Passengers 




Only 


Only 


45 


THE STATE. 


461 


104 


50 


615 


$5,099,763 


$447,032 


46 


Barnntable, 




41 


_ 


_ 


41 


484,530 


_ 


47 


Bristol, . 








76 


7 


14 


97 


907,885 


27,600 


48 


Dukes, 








12 


12 


1 


25 


26,350 


3,475 


49 


Emhcx, 








58 


42 


1 


101 


290,575 


46,557 


50 


Middlesex, 








4 


1 


_ 


5 


84,550 


2,000 


61 


Nantucket, 








4 


20 


1 


25 


12,100 


12,400 


52 


Plymouth, 








9 


- 


- 


9 


12,750 


- 


63 


Suffolk, . 








257 


22 


33 


812 


3,281,043 


355,000 



COMMERCE. 



1^7 



NUMBER A:N'D YALUE OF VESSELS, WITH AGGRE- 
GATE AND AVERAGE RECEIPTS. 



Value ov 


Vessels 1 


Freight 


Passengers 1 


Amount 


Average 


Percentages 




Cakrting 1 










Received for 


Gross 


of Gross 
Earnings of 
















freifc'iu 


Earnings 




Freight aiul 


Total 


Tons 


Amount 


Numljer 


Amount 


and 


per 


Value 




Passeiitrors 


Carried 


Keceivcd 


Carried 


Ueceived 


Passengers 


Vessel 


of Vessels 




— 


$484,530 


273,952 


$235,380 


_ 


_ 


$235,380 


$5,741 


48.58 


1 


_ 


25,510 


24,318 


22,132 


_ 


- 


22,132 


3,162 


86.76 


2 


_ 


13,500 


7,409 


7,322 


- 


- 


7,322 


3,661 


54.24 


3 


- 


1,700 


803 


1,025 


- 


- 


1,025 


342 


60.29 


I 


_ 


410,020 


233,018 


182,202 


- 


- 


182,202 


9,110 


44.44 


& 


_ 


1,500 


714 


691 


_ 


_ 


691 


346 


46.07 


6 


_ 


1,300 


600 


408 


- 


- 


408 


408 


31.38 


7 


_ 


27,500 


6,740 


20,400 


- 


- 


20,400 


4,080 


74.18 


8 


- 


3,500 


850 


1,200 


- 


- 


1,200 


1,200 


34.29 


9 


$2,535,059 


$3,470,524 


1,173,661 


$1,462,654 


636,124 


$1,102,462 


$2,565,116 


$26,444 


73.91 


10' 


_ 


10,750 


15,255 


13,004 


- 


_ 


13,064 


3,260 


121.53 


11 


2,360,001 


2,685,601 


467,410 


911,987 


485,673 


1,016,030 


1,928,017 


87,637 


71.79 


12 


175,058 


266,658 


115,339 


145,439 


150,451 


86,432 


231,871 


7,480 


86.95 


13 


_ 


82,850 


58,773 


37,451 


- 


- 


37,451 


7,490 


45.20 


14 


_ 


14,500 


4,275 


4,800 


_ 


_ 


4,800 


4,800 


33.10 


15 


_ 


407,665 


508,009 


346,255 


- 


- 


346,255 


10,820 


84.94 


16 


- 


2,500 


4,600 


3,658 


- 


- 


3,658 


1,829 


146.32 


17 


$7,500 


$37,325 


12,075 


$18,610 


3,930 


$2,980 


$21,590 


$864 


57.84 


18 


_ 


1,350 


395 


730 


_ 


_ 


730 


365 


54.07 


19 


_ 


21,925 


8,200 


12,825 


1,130 


1,175 


14,000 


1,273 


63.85 


20 


7,500 


14,050 


3,480 


5,055 


2,800 


1,805 


6,860 


572 


48.83 


21 


$32,000 


$359,132 


411,170 


$274,626 


375,037 


$31,259 


$305,885 


$3,029 


85.17 


22 


_ 


7,050 


15,000 


8,690 


- 


- 


8,690 


4,345 


123.26 


23 


_ 


2,500 


3,000 


4,109 


- 


- 


; 4,109 


4,109 


164.36 


24 


_ 


111,825 


161,879 


102,174 


167,110 


10,025 


1 112,199 


2,040 


100.33 


25 


_ 


3,000 


- 


_ 


10,500 


1,750 


1,750 


1,750 


58.33 


26 


_ 


2,700 


_ 


_ 


22,000 


2,200 


2,200 


1,100 


81.48 


27 


_ 


77,007 


82,583 


72,328 


89,209 


8,920 


81,248 


9,028 


105.51 


28 


_ 


11,950 


- 


- 


84,512 


6,459 


6,459 


923 


64.05 


29 


22,000 


108,000 


78,225 


66,675 


1 


200 


66,875 


4,458 


61.92 


30 


_ 


33,200 


70,483 


20,650 


_ 


_ 


20,650 


2,950 


62.20 


31 


- 


1,900 


- 


- 


1,705 


1,705 


1,705 


853 


89.74 


32 


- 


$86,550 


65,000 


$54,500 


6,000 


$1,500 


$56,000 


$11,200 


64.70 


33 


_ 


2,000 


— 


_ 


6,000 


1,500 


1,500 


1,500 


75.00 


34 


- 


84,550 


65,000 


54,500 


- 


- 


54,500 


13,625 


64.46 


35 


$850 


$25,350 


8,889 


$8,876 


11,658 


$8,398 


$17,274 


$691 


68.14 


36 


850 


25,350 


8,889 


8,876 


11,658 


8,398 


17,274 


691 


68.14 


37 


- 


$12,750 


13,881 


$16,326 


- 


- 


$16,326 


$1,814 


128.05 


38 


_ 


6,050 


7,400 


10,436 


- 


_ 


10,436 


2,087 


172.50 


39 


_ 


2,500 


1,316 


1,474 


- 


- 


1,474 


1,474 


58.96 


40 


- 


4,200 


5,165 


4,416 


- 


- 


4,416 


1,472 


105.14 


41 


$3,974,778 


$7,610,821 


3,035,549 


$5,182,531 


*6,730,880 


$939,219 


$6,121,750 


$19,621 


80.43 


42 


3,974,778 


7,595,821 


3,003,549 


5,158,531 


*6,730,880 


939,219 


6,097,750 


19,607 


80.28 


43 


- 


15,000 


32,000 


24,000 


~ 


- 


24,000 


24,000 


160.00 


44 



RECAPITULATION. 



\'alue of 


Vessels 


Freight 


Passengers 1 


Amount 


Average 


Percentages 




Carrying 










Received for 


Gross 


of Gross 
















Freight 


Earnings 


Earnint-'s of 




Freight and 


Total 


Tons 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


and 


per 


Value 




Passengers 




Carried 


Koceived 


Carried 


Received 


Passengers 


Vessel 


of Vessels 




$6,540,187 


$12,086,982 


4,994,177 


$7,253,503 


*7,763,629 


$2,085,818 


$9,339,321 


$15,186 


77.27 


45 


- 


484,530 


273,952 


235,380 


_ 


_ ; 


235,380 


5,741 


48.58 


48 


2,535,059 


3,470,524 


1,173,661 


1,462,654 


636,124 


1,102,462 ] 


2,565,116 


26,444 


73.91 


47 


7,000 


37,325 


12,075 


18,610 


3,930 


2,980 


21, .590 


864 


57.84 


48 


22,000 


359,132 


411,170 


274,626 


375,037 


31,259 


305,885 


3,029 


85.17 


49 


- 


86,5.50 


65,000 


54,.500 


6,000 


1,500 


56,000 


11,200 


64.70 


bU 


850 


25,350 


8,889 


8,876 


11,658 


8,398 


17,274 


691 


68.14 


51 




12,750 


13,881 


16,326 


_ 


- 


16,326 


1,814 


128.05 


52 


3,974,778 


7,610,821 


3,035,549 


5,182,531 


*6,730,880 


939,219 


6,121,750 


19,621 


80.43 


53 



* 2.171,604 railroad passengers carried free. 



148 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



NUMBER OF VESSELS AKD TONI^AGE: BY KmDS 
OF COMMERCE AND VESSELS. 

[Omissions in tonnage are shown by the foot-notes which follow the table.] 



COL'NTIES, ETC., HOME TOKTS, 

AND Classification or Commebce 
AND Vessels. 



BARXSTABLE. 
Itariistnblo. 

Coasticise. 



Schooners, 
Scowg, . 
Sloops, . 



Coastwise and Ocean. 
Schooners, . . . . 



Chnthaiu. 

Codsticixe. 



Schooners, 



I>oiiiiis. 

Coasticise. 
Schooners, . . . , 

Coastwise and Ocean. 
Schooners 

ProTiiieetowu. 

Ocean. • 
Schooners, . . . , 



BRISTOL. 
FAI.T., RIVER. 

Cotisiirise. 



Barges, 

Schooners, . . . . 

Sloops, 

Steamers 

Ocea7i. 
Barkentines 

NEYV Bi:nFORl>. 

Coasticise. 



Barges, . 
Schooncre, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 
Yawls, . 



Ocean. 
Barks 

Coastwise and Ocean. 
Schooners 

Dl'KES. 
Edsrartonu. 

Coastwise. 

Catboats 

Schooners, . . . . 
Steamers, . . . . 



Coastwise and Ocean. 



Barks, . 
Brigs, . 
Schooners, 



Number 

of 
Vessels 



16 

15 

12 
1 
2 

1 

1 

3 
3 
3 

20 
18 
18 

2 
2 

4 
4 
4 



74 
73 

9 
41 

6 
17 

1 
1 

39 
34 

4 

17 
6 
6 
1 

2 



18 

15 

4 
9 
2 



Tonnage 



2,069.70 

1,792.89 

1,7.54.60 
15.8a 
22.40 

276.81 
276.81 

48.23 
48.23 
48.23 

11,175.91 
9,555 63 
9,555.63 

1,620.28 
1,620.28 

636.47 

636.47 
636.47 



49,668.97 

49,0.56.79 

3,762.51 

22,644.00 

81.91 

22,568.37 

612.18 
612.18 

12,016.02 

9,531.97 

3,401.28 

3,192.29 

73.08 

2,859.19 

6.13 

1,895.44 
1,895.44 

588.61 
588.61 



1,014.95 

456.02 

24.46 

405.18 

26.38 

558.93 

104.02 
101.70 
3.53.21 



Counties, etc., Home Ports, 

AND Classification op Commerce 

AND Vessels. 



Xumber 

of 
Vessels 



ESSEX. 
Ol.OlTrE.STER. 

Coasticise. 



Bargee, . 
Lighters, 
Schooners, 
Scows, . 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 



Itlarbletiead. 

Coastwise. 



Schooners 

Sloops, 

Steamers, . . . . 

Coasticise and Oceaii. 
Steamers 

BfEWBURXPORT. 

Coastwise. 

Barges 

Schooners, . . . . 
Steamers 



Ocean. 



Barks, 



Schooners , 



SAI<E:a. 

Coastwise. 

Ocean. 



Ships, 



NANTUCKET, 
Nautueket. 

Coasticise. 

Catboats, 
Schooners, 

Sloops 

Steamers, 

PLYMOUTH. 
Pl:rinoutIi. 

Coastwise. 
Schooners, 

SUFFOLK. 
BOKTOX. 

Coasticise. 



Barges, . 
Barkentines, . 
Brigs, 
Oiitboats, 
Lighters, 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 



Ocean. 



Barkentines, 
Barks, . 



30 

30 

2 
2 

7 

3 

10 

6 

18 

17 

11 
1 

5 

1 
1 

14 

11 

6 
1 

4 

3 
3 

5 
4 

4 

1 
1 



23 

23 

17 
3 
2 
1 



295 

207 

27 

2 

1 

1 

1 

107 

22 

46 

44 

6 
15 



Tonnage 



3,088.82 

3,088.82 

266.91 
77.75 
1,366.74 
237.91 
728.27 
3S1.24 

2,491.38 

2,043.37 

1,941.53 

7.86 

93.98 

448.01 
448.01 

4,373.99 

1,226.22 

945.81 
116.36 
164.05 

3,147.77 
3,147.77 

1,563.98 
593.47 
593.47 

970.51 
970.51 



588.91 

588.91 

134.79 

424.11 

21.62 

8.39 



408.92 
408.92 
408.92 



157,226.06 

103,465.30 

29,438.27 

918.03 

695.54 

5.35 

78.00 

32,759.21 

1,204.80 

38,376.30 

29,280.67 

3,367.43 
10,620.00 



COMMERCE. 



149 



VESSELS, TONNAGE, AND KINDS OF COMMERCE — Continued. 



Counties, etc., Home Ports, 

AND Classification of Commerce 

AND Vessels. 



SUFFOLK — Con. 

BOSTON — Con. 

Ocean — Con. 

lii'ige 

Schooners 

Ships, 

Coastioise and Ocean. 

Barges, 

Barkentines, .... 

Barks, 

Brigs, 

Schooners, .... 
Ships, 

OTHER STzi.TE8. 
BAIiTOlORE, MI>. 

CoaHwUe. 
Steamers, .... 



Number 
of 

Vessels 



8 
8 
7 

44 

2 
1 
6 
3 

30 
2 



Tonnasre 



2,567.63 
2,949.29 
9,776.32 

24,480.09 

620.50 

408.42 

3,362.61 

1,232.65 

15,955.91 

2,900.00 



15,000.00 
15,000.00 
15,000.00 



Counties, etc., Home Ports, xumijer 
AND Classification of Commerce T of 
AND Vessels. Vessels 



OTHER STATES — Con. 
OARDI^k'ER, TIE. 
Coastioise. 
Steamers 

SAVANXAII, OA. 

Coastwise . 
Steamers, .... 

NOT GIVEN". 
Not Oiven. 

Coastioise. 

Barges, . 

CatboatB, 

Lighters, 

Sail boats. 

Schooners, 

Sloops, . 

Steamers, 



*64 

*64 

4 
12 

tl2 
1 
9 

t24 



Tonnage 



3,260.00 
3,200.00 
3,260.00 

10,835.01 
10,835.01 
10,835.01 

196.30 
196.30 

38.30 
150.00 

8.00 



RECAPITULATION: BY COUNTIES, ETC. 



Counties, etc., and 


Number 




Counties, etc., and ^-^j^,,^^ 




Classification op Commerce 


of 


Tonnage 


Classification of Commerce 


of 


Tonnage 


AND Vessels. 


Vessels 




and Vessels. 


Vessels 




BARNSTABLE. 


43 


13,930.31 


ESSEX. 


67 


11,518.17 


Coastwise. 


36 


11,396.75 


Coastwise. 


62 


6,951.88 


Schooners, 


33 


11,358.46 


Barges, 


8 


1,212.72 


Scows, 


1 


15.89 


Lighters, 






2 


77.75 


Sloops 


2 


22.40 


Schooners, 
Scows, . 






23 
3 


4,048.10 
237.91 


Ocean, 


4 


636.47 


Sloops, . 






11 


736.13 


Schooners 


4 


636.47 


Steamers, 






15 


639.27 


Coastwise and Ocean. 


3 


1,897.09 


Ocean. 


4 


4,118.28 


Schooners, 


3 


1,897.09 


Barks 

Ships, 


3 

1 


3,147.77 
970.51 


BRISTOL. 


113 


61,684.99 


Coastwise and Ocean. 


1 


448.01 


Coastwise. 


107 


58,588.76 


Steamers 


1 


44S.01 


Barges 


13 


7,183.79 








Schooners 


58 


25,836.29 


NANTUCKET. 


23 


588.91 


Sloops 

Steamers, 


12 
23 


154.99 
25,427.56 


Coastwise. 


23 


588.91 


Tawls 


1 


6.13 


Catboats 


17 


134.79 








Schooners, 


3 


424.11 


Ocean. 


3 


2,.507.62 


Sloops, 


2 


21.62 


Barkentines 


1 


612.18 


Steamers 


1 


8.39 


Barks, 


2 


1,895.44 














PLYMOUTH. 


5 


408.92 


Coastwise and Ocean. 


3 


588.61 


Coastwise. 


5 


408.92 


Schooners, 


3 


588.61 


Schooners 


5 


408.92 


DUKES. 


18 


1,014.95 


SUFFOLK. 


295 


157,226.06 


Coastwise. 


15 


456.02 


Coastwise . 


207 


103,465.30 


Catboats, 

Schooners, 

Steamers, 


4 
9 
2 


24.46 

405.18 1 

26.38 


Barges, . 
Barkentines, . 
Brigs, 






27 

2 

1 


29,438.27 
918.03 
595.54 


Coastwise and Ocean. 


3 


558.93 


(Catboats, 
Lighters, 






1 

1 


5.35 

78.00 


Barks 


1 


104.02 


Schooners, 






107 


32,759.21 


Brigs 


1 


101.70 


Sloops, . 






22 


1,294.60 


Schooners 


1 


353.21 


Steamers, 






46 


38,376.30 



* Includes 49 vessels, tonnage not given. 
t Includes 11 lighters, tonnage not given. 
X Includes 22 sloops, tonnage not given. 



150 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



VESSELS, TONNAGE, AND KINDS OF COMMERCE — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION: BY COUNTIES, ETC. — Concluded. 



Counties, etc., and 

Classification of Commerce 

AND Vessels. 



SUFFOLK -Con. 
Ocean. 



Barkentinee, 
Barks, . 
Brigs, . 
Schooners, 
Ships, . 



Coastwise and Ocean 



Barges, . 
Barkentiiies, 
Barks, . 
Brigs, . 
Schooners, 
Ships, 



X umber 

of 
Vessels 



44 

6 

15 

8 

8 



44 

2 
1 
6 
3 
30 
2 



Tonnnge 



29,280. 

3,367. 
10,620. 
2,567. 
2,949. 
9,776, 



24,480.09 

620, 

408 

3,362, 

1,232 

15,955, 

2.900, 



Counties, etc., and 

Classification of Commerce 

AND Vessels. 



OTHER STATES. 

Coastwise. 
Steamers, 



NOT GIVEN. 

Coasticise. 



Barges, . 

Catboats, 
Lighters, 
Sail boats, 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 



Xumber 

of 
Vessels 



12 
12 
12 

*64 

*64 

4 
12 

tl2 
1 
9 

t24 



Tonnajre 



29,095.01 
29,095.01 
29,095.01 

196.30 
196.30 

38.30 
150.00 

8.00 



* Includes 49 vessels, tonnage not g^iven. 
t Includes 11 lighters, tonnage not given. 
X Includes 22 sloops, tonnage not given. 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



The State, and Classification 
OF Commerce and Vessels. 



THE STATE. 



Coasticise 



Barges, . 
Barbentines, 
Brigs, . 
Catboats, 
Lighters, 
Sail boats, 
Schooners, 
Scows, . 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 
Yawls, . 



Ocean, 



Barkcntincs, 
Barks, 



Number 

of 
Vessels 



*640 

*531 

t52 
2 

1 

34 

tl5 

1 

§247 

4 

1173 

irioi 
1 

55 

7 
20 



Tonnage 



275,663.62 

211,147.85 

87,814.78 
918.03 
595.54 
202.90 
305.75 

75,240.27 

253.80 

2,237.74 

03,572.91 

6.13 

36,543.04 

3,979.61 
15.663.21 



The State, and Classification 
OF Commerce and Vessels. 



THE STATE— Con. 
Ocean — Con. 



Brigs, . 

Schooners, 

Ships, 



Barges, . 

Barkentines, . 

Barks, 

Brigs, 

Schooners, 

Ships, 

Steamers, 



Number 

of 
Vessels 



Coastwise and Ocean. 



8 

12 

8 



54 

2 
1 

7 
4 
87 
2 
1 



Tonnage 



2,567.63 

3,-585.76 

10,746.83 



27,972.73 

620.50 

408.42 

3,466.63 

1,334.35 

18,794.82 

2,900.00 

448.01 



* Inchides 40 vessels, tonnage not given. 
X Includes 11 lighters, tonnage not given. 
II Includes 22 sloops, tonnage not given. 



t Includes 4 barges, tonnage not given. 
§ Includes 9 schooners, tonnage not given. 
IT Includes 2 steamers, tonnage not given. 



COMMERCE. 



151 



DATE OF ESTABLISHMEN^T OF FIRMS AKD 

CORPORATIO:^rS. 



COUNTY OF BARNSTABLE. [35 Returns.] 



Cities and Towns. 


Number 

EstablislK'tl in Wars 

Specififii 


Cities axi> Towns. 


Number 

Established in Years 

Specified 


Barnstable 

Bonrne, 

Chatham 

Dennis 


1882/1, 1883/1, 1890/1, 
1891/1, 1892/1, 1894/2. 
18S9/1, 1892/1. 
1866/1, 1870/1, 1872/1. 
1841/1, 1856/1, 1863/1, 
1868/1, 1872/1, 1874/1, 
1879/1, 1880/2, 1883/1, 


Dennis — Con., 

Falmouth, .... 

Harwich, 

Provincetown, .... 

Wellfleet 


1884/1, 1888/1, 1889/1, 

1890/1. 

1875/1, 1888/1, 1893/1. 

1891/1. 

1874/1, 1875/1, 1884/1, 

1892/1. 

1868/1. 



COUNTY OF BRISTOL. [58 Returns.] 



Dighton, . 
Fall Eitek, . 

New Bedford, 



187.3/1,1874/1, 1878/1, 

1879/1. 

1845/1, 1850/1, 1875/1, 

1884/1, 1889/2, 1890/3, 

1891/1, 1892/1, 1893/1, 

not given/2. 

1875/1, 1S78/1, 1880/1, 

1881/1, 1883/1, 1884/1, 

1885/3, 1886/1, 1887/1, 



New Bedford — Con., 

Somerset, ... 
Swansea, ... 
Taunton, 

Westport, . 



1888/1, 
1893/3, 
1876/1, 
1891/1. 
1871/1, 
1880/1, 
1884/1, 
1890/2, 
1889/1, 



1890/1, 1892/1, 
1894/1, 189.5/1. 
1889/1, 1890/1. 

1874/1, 1875/1, 
1881/1, 1882/3, 
1885/2, 18S8/1, 
1S93/1. 
1894/1. 



COUNTY OF DUKES. [21 Returns.] 



Chilmark, . 
Edgartown, 



1882/1, 1894/1. 
1840/1, 1853/1, 1860/1, 
1881/1, 1891/3. 



Tisbury, 



1850/1, 1880/2, 1883/1, 
188.5/1, 1886/1, 1890/2, 
1891/1, 1892/2, 1894/1. 



COUNTY OF ESSEX. [70 Returns.] 



Beverly, 


1828/1, 1864/1, 1890/1. 


Lynn, 


1871/1, 1884/1, 1885/1, 


Bradford, 


1888/1. 




1889/1, 1890/], 1892/1, 


Gloucester 


1670/1, 1845/1, 1870/1, 




1894/1. 




1876/1,1878/1,1879/1, 


Marblehead, .... 


18.50/1,1878/1,1886/1, 




18S0/5, 1882/4, 1885/8, 




1891/1, 1894/1. 




18S7/1, 1888/1, 1889/2, 


Newburyport, 


1877/1, 1882/1, 1894/1, 




1890/8, 1891/4, 1892/3, 




1895/1. 




1893/1. 


Rockport, 


1870/1, 189.5/1. 


Ipswich, 


1878/1. 


Salem, 


1890/1. 


Lawrence, .... 


1886/1. 


Swampscott 


1886/1, 1893/1. 





COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 


[2 Returns.] 




Lowell, 


1884/1. 


Malden, 


. 


. 1853/1. 



COUNTY OF NANTUCKET. [27 Returns.] 



Nantucket, 



1870/1, 1875/1, 1876/2, 
1877/3, 1880/1, 1881/1, 
1882/1, 1884/1, 1885/1, 



Nantucket — Con., 



1886/2, 1887/2, 1889/3, 
1890/1, 1891/1, 1892/4, 
1895/2. 



152 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT OF FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS — Concluded. 
COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH. [5 Returns.] 



Cities and Towks. 


Xiimbor 

Established in Years 

.Specified 


CiTiKS AND Towns. 


Xumber 

Established in Years 

Specified 


Abington, 

Marion 


1874/1. 
1886/1. 


Wareham 


1871/1, 1888,a, 1895/1. 



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. [120 Returns.] 



Boston 


1638/1, 1824/1, 1825/1, 


Boston — Con 


1876/3, 1878/3, 1879/4, 




1836/1, 1846/1, 1850/1, 




1880/2, 1881/1, 1882/1, 




1852/3, 1853/1, 1854/1, 




1SS3/2. 1884/4, 1885/3, 




1856/1,1858/1,1860/1, 




1880/6, 1887/7, 1888/2, 




1861/1,1863/1, 1K64/2, 




1889/6, 1890/6, 1891/3, 




1865/3, 1868/3, 1869/1, 




1892/7, 1893/3, 1894/2, 




1870/4, 1871/1, 1872/5, 




1895/8. 


, 


1873/5, 1874/2, 1875/4, 


Chelsea 


1893/1. 



RECAPITULATION. BY 


COUNTIES. [338 Returns.] 


Counties. 


Number 

Established in Years 

.Specified 


Counties. 


Xiimber 

Establislicd in Years 

Specified 


Barnstable 

Brietol, 

Dukes 

Essex, 


1841/1, 1856/1, 1863/1, 
1866/1,1868/2,1870/1, 
1872/2, 1874/2, 1875/2, 
1879/1, 1880/2, 1882/1, 
1883/2, 1884/2, 1888/2, 
1889/2, 1890/2, 1891/2, 
1892/3, 1893/1, 1894/2. 
1845/1, 1850/1, 1871/1, 
1873/1, 1874/2, 1875/3, 
1876/1, 1878/2, 1879/1, 
1880/2, 1881/2, 1882/3, 
1883/1,1884/3,1885/5, 
1886/1,1887/1,1888/2, 
1889/4, 1890/7, 1891/2, 
1892/2, 1893/5, 1S94/2, 
1895/1, not givcn/2. 
1840/1,1850/1,1853/1, 
1860/1,1880/2,1881/1, 
1882/1, 1883/1, 1885/1, 
1886/1, 1890/2, 1891/4, 
1892/2, 1894/2. 
1670/1, 1828/1, 1845/1, 
1850/1, 1864/1, 1870/2, 
1871/1, 1876/1, 1877/1, 
1878/3, 1879/1, 1880/5, 
1882/5, 1884/1, 1885/9, 
1886/3, 1887/1, 1888/2, 


Essex — Con., 

Middlesex, .... 
Nantucket 

Plymouth 

Suffolk, 


1889/3, 1890/11,1891/5, 
1892/4, 1893/2, 1894/3, 
189.5/2. 

1853/1, 1884/1. 
1870/1, 1875/1, 1876/2, 
1877/3, 1880/1, 1881/1, 
1882/1, 1884/1, 1885/1, 
1886/2, 1887/2, 1889/3, 
1890/1, 1891/1, 1892/4, 
1895/2. 

1871/1, 1874/1, 1886/1, 
1888/1, 1895/1. 
1638/1, 1824/1, 182.5/1, 
1836/1, 18t6/l, lti.50/1, 
1852/3, 1853/1, 18.54/1, 
1856/1, 1858/1, 1860/1, 
1861/1, 1863/1, 1864/2, 
186.5/3, 1868/3, 1869/1, 
1870/4, 1871/1, 1872/5, 
1873/5, 1874/2, 1875/4, 
1876/3, 1878/3, 1879/4, 
1880/2, 1881/1, 1882/1, 
1883/2, 1884/4, 188.5/3, 
1886/6, 1887/7, 1888/2, 
1889/6, 1890/6, 1891/3, 
1892/7, 1893/4, 1894/2, 
1895/8. 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. [338 Returns.] 





Number 




Number 


The State. 


Established in Years 


The State. 


Established in Y'ears 




Specified 




Specified 


The State 


1638/1,1670/1,1824/1, 


The State — Con., . 


187.3/6, 1874/7, 187.5/10, 




1825/1,1828/1,1836/1, 




1876/7, 1877/4, 1878/8, 




1840/1, 1841/1, 1845/2, 




1879/7, 1880/14,1881/5, 




1846/1, 1850/4, 18.52/3, 




1882/12, 1883/6, 1884/12, 




1853/3, 1854/1, 1856/2, 




1885/19, 1886/14, 1887/11, 




1858/1,1860/2,1861/1, 




1888/9, 1889/18, 1890/29, 




1863/2, 1864/3, 186.5/3, 




1891/17, 1892/22, 1893/12, 




1806/1,1868/5,1869/1, 




1894/11, 1895/14, not giv- 




1870/8, 1871/4, 1872/7, 




en/2. 



COMMERCE. 



153 



FIRMS AND CORPORATIOIS'S. PAETNERS AND 

STOCKHOLDERS. 



Counties, Citiks, 
Towns, and Kinds op Commerce. 



Number of 
Firms 



Xumbcr of 
Partners 



BARNSTABLE 

Barnetable, 
Coastwise, . 

Bourne 

CoastwiBe, . 
Coastwise and ocean, 

Chatham, .... 
Coastwise, . 

Dennis, .... 
Coastwise, . 
Coastwise and ocean, 

Falmouth, 
Coastwise, . 

Harwich, .... 
Coastwise, . 

Provincetown,. 
Coastwise, . 
Ocean, 

Wellfleet, 

Coastwise, . 

BRISTOL. 

Dighton, . . . -. 
Coastwise, . 

Fall River, . 
Coastwise, . 

New Bedford, 

Coastwise, . 

Ocean, 

Coastwise and ocean, 

Somerset, 

Coastwise, . 

Swansea, . . . . 
Coastwise, . 

Taunton, 
Coastwise, . 
Coastwise and ocean, 

Westport, 

Coastwise, . 

DUKES. 

Chilmark, 

Coastwise, . 

Edgartown, 
Coastwise, . 
Coastwise and ocean, 

Tisbiiry, . . . , 

Coastwise, . 

ESSEX. 

Beverly, 

Coastwise, . 

Bradford, 

Coastwise, . 

Gloucester, . 
Coastwise, . 



2 
1 
1 

3 
3 

l-l 

12 

2 

3 
3 

1 
1 

4 
1 
3 

1 
1 



4 
4 

11 
11 

16 
12 



3 
3 

1 
1 

14 

14 



2 
2 

7 
5 
2 

12 
12 



3 
3 

1 
1 

41 
41 



10 
10 

2 
1 
1 

3 
3 

27 

25 

2 

9 
9 

1 
1 

10 
1 
9 

1 
1 



4 
4 

13 
13 

16 

12 

2 

2 



1 
1 

14 
14 



Number of 
Corporations 



35 
54 

37 

37 



3 
3 

1 

1 

42 

42 



Number of 
Stockliolders 



61 
61 

1S6 
172 

14 



10 
10 



Total 

Number of 

Iteturns 



Total 
Number of 
Partners 
and Stock- 
holders 



133 
133 



14 
12 

2 

3 
3 

1 
1 

4 
1 

3 

1 
1 



4 

4 

14 

14 

19 

14 

2 

3 

3 
3 

1 
1 

15 

14 

1 



2 
2 

7 
5 
2 

12 
12 



3 
3 

1 
1 

43 
43 



10 

10 

2 
1 
1 

3 
3 

27 

25 

2 

9 
9 

1 
1 

10 
1 



4 
4 

74 
74 

202 

184 

2 

16 

3 
3 

1 

1 

24 
14 
10 

2 
2 



89 
35 
54 

37 
37 



3 
3 

1 
1 

175 
175 



154 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



FIRMS, CORPORATIONS, PARTNERS, AND STOCKHOLDERS — Continued. 















Total 


CorsTiES, Cities, 
TowKs, AND Kinds of Commerce. 


Number of 
Firms 


Number of 
Partners 


Number of 
Corporations 


Number of 
Stockholders 


Total 

Number of 

Keturns 

1 


Number of 
Partners 

and Stock- 
holfU-rs 


ESSEX — Con. 












. 


Ipswich 

Coastwise, 


1 
1 


3 

3 


— 


— 


1 
1 


3 

3 


Lawrence, 

Coastwise 


1 

1 


1 
1 


- 


- 


1 

1 


1 
1 


Lynn, 

Coastwise 

Coastwise and ocean, 


5 

5 


73 
73 


2 
1 
1 


17 

14 

3 


7 
6 

1 


90 

87 

3 


Marblehead 

Coastwise, 


5 
5 


7 
7 


- 


- 


5 
5 


7 
7 


Newbuutpobt, .... 

Coastwise 

Ocean 


3 
2 
1 


3 
2 
1 


1 

1 


5 
5 


4 
3 
1 


8 
7 

1 


Roclcport 

Coastwise, 


- 


- 


2 
2 


25 
25 


2 
2 


25 
25 


Coastwise 


1 
1 


1 
1 


- 


- 


1 

1 


1 
1 


Swampscott, 

Coastwise, 


2 
2 


3 
3 


- 


- 


2 
2 


3 
3 


MIDDLESEX. 














Lowell, 

Coastwise 


1 
1 


1 
1 


- 


- 


1 
1 


1 

1 


Maldex 


1 
1 


1 
1 


- 


~ 


1 
1 


1 
1 


XANTUCKET. 














Nantucket 

Coastwise 


27 
27 


31 
31 


- 


— 


27 
27 


31 
31 


PLYMOUTH. 














Abington, 

Coastwise, 


1 
1 


2 
2 


- 


- 


1 
1 


2 
2 


Marion 

Coastwise 


1 

1 


1 
1 


- 


- 


1 

1 


I 


Wareham, ..... 
Coastwise, 


3 
3 


5 
5 


- 


- 


3 
3 


5 
5 


SUFFOLK. 






1 








Boston, 

Coastwise 

Ocean, 

Coastwise and ocean, 


103 
75 
10 

18 


126 
90 
14 
22 


16 
13 

3 


1,546 
1,292 

254 


119 
88 
10 
21 


1,672 

1,382 

14 

276 


Chelsea, 

Coastwise 


1 

1 


2 
2 


"~ 


~ 


1 

1 


2 
2 



RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES. 



Counties, and Kinds of 
commebce. 



BARNSTABLE. 



Coastwise, 

Ocean, 

Coastwise and ocean, 

BRISTOL. 

Coastwise, 

Ocean, 

Coastwise and ocean. 



Number of 
Firms 



35 

29 
3 
3 



51 

47 
3 
2 



Number of 

Partners 



63 

51 
9 
3 



53 

49 
2 
2 



Number of I Number of 
Corporations Stockholders 



257 
233 

21 



Total 

Number of 

Keturns 



35 

29 
3 
3 



58 

52 
2 
4 



Total 

Number of 
I'artners 

and Stock- 
holders 



63 

51 
9 
3 



310 

282 

2 

26 



COMMERCE. 



155 



FIRMS, CORPORATIONS, PARTNERS, AND STOCKHOLDERS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES — Concluded. 















Total 


Counties, and Kinds of 
Commerce. 


Number of 
Firms 


Number of 
Partners 


Number of 
Corporations 


Number of 
Stoclvliolders 


Total 

Number of 

Keturns 


Number of 
I'artners 
and Stock- 
holders 


DUKES. 


21 


128 


_ 


_ 


21 


128 


Coastwise, 

Coastwise and ocean. 


19 


74 
54 


- 


- 


19 
2 


74 
54 


ESSEX. 


63 


137 


i 


180 


70 


317 


Coastwise 

Ocean 

Coastwise and ocean. 


62 
1 


136 
1 


6 

1 


177 
3 


68 
1 
1 


313 
1 
3 


MIDDLESEX. 


2 


2 


- 


_ 


o 


2 


Coastwise, 

Coastwise and ocean, 


1 
1 


1 
1 


- 


— 


1 

1 


1 

1 


NAJSTTUCKET. 


27 


31 


_ 


_ 


27 


31 


Coastwise, 


27 


31 


- 


- 


27 


31 


TLrMOUTH. 


5 


8 


_ 


- 


5 


8 


Coastwise, 


5 


8 


- 


- 


5 


8 


SUFFOLK. 


104 


128 


16 


1,546 


120 


1,674 


Coastwise, 

Ocean, 

Coastwise and ocean. 


76 
10 
IS 


92 
14 
22 


13 
3 


1,292 
254 


89 
10 

; 21 

1 


1,384 

14 

276 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



156 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



OWNERSHIP OF YESSELS. 



Counties, Etc., Home Ports, and Kinds 
OF Vessels. 



Number of 

Vessels 



BARNSTABLE. 



Barnstable, . 
Schooners, 
Scows, . 
Sloops, . 

Chatham, 
Schooners, 

Dennis, 

Schooners, 

Provincetown, 
Schooners, 



BRISTOL 



NANTUCKET. 



Nantucket, . 
CutboQts, 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 



Fall Rivbr, 
Barges, . 
Barkentines, 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 

New Bedford, 
Barges, . 
Barks, 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 
Yawls, . 



DUKES, 

Edgartown, . 
Harks, 
Brigs, 
Catboats, 
Schooners, 
Steamers, 

ESSEX. 

Gloucesteb, 
Barges, . 
Lighters, 
Schooners, 
Scows, . 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 

Marblehcad, 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 

NEWnURTPORT, . 

Barges, . 
Barks, 
Schooners, 
Steamers, 

Salem, 

Schooners, 
Ships, 



PLYMOUTH. 



Plymouth, . 
Schooners, 



16 

1.3 

1 



3 
3 

20 
20 

4 

4 



74 
9 
1 

41 
6 

17 

39 
4 
2 

20 
6 
6 
1 



18 
1 
1 
4 

10 
2 



30 
2 
2 

7 

3 

10 



18 

11 

1 



14 
6 
3 
1 

4 

.5 
4 
1 



23 

17 

3 



Amount Owned I5y- 



Citizens of 
Massachusetts 



$33,474 

31,824 

1,000 

650 

1,27.5 
1,275 

228,280 
228,280 

20,625 
20,625 



$3,240,164 

83,000 

10,000 

484,163 

1,700 

2,661,301 

271,442 

20,000 

12,908 

62,376 

5,350 

169,808 

1,000 



$32,100 
1,000 
1,000 
1,500 
21,400 
7.200 



$130,622 
7,400 
11,500 
35,435 
6,063 
18,600 
51,624 

89,627 

42,520 

900 

46,207 

106,500 

15,000 

72,000 

2,500 

17,000 

11,500 
8,000 
3,500 



$21,094 

9,000 

10,094 

900 

1,100 



$6,050 
6,050 



Citizens of 
Other States 



$15,136 
15,136 



425 
425 

143,240 
143,240 

4,875 

4,875 



$101,602 

100,402 

1,200 

6,366 

1,092 
3,474 

1,800 



$6,400 



4,600 
1,800 



$1,603 



940 

187 

476 

1,230 
1,230 



Foreisniers 



2,250 
2,250 



$3,300 
3,300 



Total Value 



$1,406 
1,406 



$48,610 

46,960 

1,000 

650 

1,700 
1,700 

371,520 
371,520 

25,500 
25.500 



$3,341,766 

83,000 

10,000 

584,565 

1,700 

2,662,601 

277,808 

20,000 

14,000 

65,850 

5,350 

171,608 

1.000 



$38,500 
1,000 
1,000 
1,500 
26,000 
9,000 



$132,225 
7,400 
11,500 
36,375 
6,2.50 
18,600 
52,100 

90,857 

43,750 

900 

46,297 

106,-500 

15,000 

72,000 

2,500 

17,000 

13,750 

10,250 

3,500 



$25,800 

12,300 

11,500 

900 

1,100 



$6,0.50 
6,050 



COMMERCE. 



157 



OWNERSHIP OF VESSELS — Continued. 



CouxTiiis, Etc., Home Ports, akd Kinds 

OF Vessels. 



Not given, 
Barges, . 
Catboats, 
Lighters, 
Sail boats, 
Schooners, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 



NOT GIVEN. 



Xumher of 
Vessels 



SUFFOLK. 

BOSTOX, .... 

Barges, . . . . , 
Barkentlnes, . . . , 

Barks 

Brigs, . . . . , 
Catboats, . . . , 
Lighters, . . . , 
Schooners, ... 
Ships, . . . . , 

Sloops 

Steamers, . . . , 

OTHER STATES. 

Baltimore, Md., 
Steamers, 

Gardiner, Me., 
Steamers, 

Savannah, Ga., . 

Steamers, 



295 
29 

9 
21 
12 

1 

1 
145 

9 

22 
46 



64 
4 

12 

12 
1 
9 

24 
2 



AMonNT Owned Bt — 



Citizens of 
Massachusetts 



$4,199,343 

318,358 

72,151 

217,063 

74,584 

200 

7,500 

1,054,477 

186,222 

41,352 

2,227,436 



$299,761 
299,761 

23,900 
23,900 



$49,425 
9,000 
3,125 
21,200 
200 
3,600 
9,600 
2,700 



Citizens of 
Other States 



$1,100,778 
30,942 
33,849 
70,958 
17,708 



323,051 

73,778 

750 

549,742 



$1,160,239 
1,160,23U 

206,100 
206,100 

700,000 
700,000 



Foreigners 



Total Value 



$5,300,121 

349,300 

106,000 

288,021 

92,292 

200 

7,500 

1,377,528 

200,000 

42,102 

2,777,178 



$1,460,000 
1,460,000 

230,000 
230,000 

700,000 
700,000 



$49,425 
9,000 
3,125 
21,200 
200 
3,600 
9,600 
2.700 



RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES, ETC. 



Counties, Etc., and Kinds of Vessels. 



BARNSTABLE. 

Scboroners, .... 

Scows, 

Sloops, .... 

BRISTOL. 

Barges, .... 

Barlientines, 

Barks, ..... 

Schooners, .... 

Sloops, .... 

Steamers, .... 

Yawls 



DUKES. 



Barks, . 
Brigs, . 
Catboats, 
Schooners, 
Steamers, 



ESSEX. 

Bargee, 

Barks 

Lighters, 

Schooners, , 

Scows, .... 

Ships, .... 

Sloops, 

Steamers, . . 



Number of 
Vessels 



43 

40 
1 
2 



113 

13 

1 

2 

61 

12 

23 

1 



18 

1 
1 

4 

10 

2 



67 

8 

3 

2 

23 

3 

1 

11 

16 



Amount Owned Br — 



Citizens of 
Massachusetts 



$283,654 

282,004 

1,000 

650 

$3,511,606 

103,000 

10,000 

12,908 

546,539 

7,050 

2,831,109 

1,000 

$32,100 

1,000 
1,000 
1,.500 
21,400 
7,200 

$338,249 

22,400 

72,000 

11,500 

88,455 

6,063 

3,500 

19,500 

114,831 



Citizens of Foreigners 
Other States " 



$163,676 
163,676 



$107,968 

1,092 
103,876 

3,000 
$6,400 



4,600 
1.800 



$5,083 



4,420 
187 



476 



Total Value 



$447,330 

445,680 

1,000 

650 

$3,619,574 

103,000 

10,000 

14,000 

650,415 

7,050 

2,834,109 

1,000 

$38,500 

1,000 
1,000 
1,.500 
26,000 
9,000 

$343,332 

22,400 
72,000 

n,r)00 

92,875 
6,250 
3,500 

19,. 500 
115,.'>07 



158 



CEXSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



OWNERSHIP OF VESSELS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES, ETC. — Concluded. 



CorxTiEs, Etc., and Kinds of Vessels. 



NANTUCKET. 

Catboats 

Schooners, 

Sloops, 

Steamers 

PLYMOUTH. 
Schooners 

SUFFOLK. 

Barges 

Barkeutines, . . . . 

Barks, 

Brigs, 

Catboats 

Lighters, 

Schooners 

Ships, 

Sloops, 

Steamers, 

OTHER STATES. 
Steamers 

NOT GIVEN. 

Barges, 

Catboats 

Lighters, 

Sail boats, 

Schooners, . . . . , 

Sloops, 

Steamers 



Number of 

Vessels 



23 

17 
3 
2 
1 



5 
5 

295 

29 

9 

21 

12 

1 

1 

145 

9 

22 

46 

12 
12 

64 

4 
12 
12 

1 

9 
24 

2 



Amount Owned Bv- 



Citizens of 
Massachusetts 



$21,094 

9,000 

10,094 

900 

1,100 

$6,050 
6,050 

$4,199,343 

318,358 

72,151 

217,063 

74,584 

200 

7,500 

1,054,477 

186,222 

41,352 

2,227,436 

$323,661 
323,661 

$49,425 

9,000 
3,125 
21,200 
200 
3,600 
9,600 
2,700 



Citizens of 
Other States 



$3,300 
3,300 



$1,100,778 

30,942 
33,849 
70,958 
17,708 



323,051 

73,778 

750 

549,742 

$2,066,339 
2,066,339 



Foreigners 



$1,406 
1,406 



Total Value 



$25,800 

12,300 

11,500 

900 

1,100 

$6,050 
6,050 

$5,300,121 

349,300 

106,000 

288,021 

92,292 

200 

7,500 

1,377,528 

260,000 

42,102 

2,777,178 

$2,390,000 
2,390,000 

$49,425 

9,000 
3,125 
21,200 
200 
3,600 
9,600 
2,700 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



The State, and Kinds of Vessels. 



Number of 
Vessels 



THE STATE. 

Bargee, .... 
Barkentines, 

Harks, 

Brigs, 

Catboats, .... 
Lighters, .... 

Bail boats 

Schooners, .... 

Scows 

Ships 

Sloops, .... 
Steamers, .... 
Yawls 



640 

54 
10 
27 
13 
34 
15 

1 
296 

4 

10 

73 

102 

1 



Amount Owned By 



Citizens of I Citizens of ForeiKners 
tassachusetts! Other .States 



Mass. 



$8,765,182 



$3,453,544 



452,758 


30,942 


82,151 


33,849 


302,971 


72,050 


75,584 


17,708 


13,825 


3,300 


40,200 


_ 


200 


_ 


2,012,619 


599,623 


7,063 


187 


189,722 


73,778 


79,052 


750 


5,508,037 


2,621,357 


1,000 


- 



$1,406 



1,406 



Total Value 



$12,220,132 

483,700 

116,000 

375,021 

93,292 

17,125 

40,200 

200 

2,613,648 

7,250 

263,500 

79,802 

8,129,394 

1,000 



COMMERCE. 



159 



OFFICERS A:N'D CREW REQUIRED TO MA"N". 



CorsTiEs, Etc., Home Ports, asd Kinds of 

Vessels. 



Xumbcr of 
Vessels 



BARNSTABLE. 

Barnstable, .... 
Schooners, .... 

Scows 

Sloops, .... 

Chatham, 

Schooners, .... 

Dennis, 

Schooners 

Provincetown, .... 
Schooners 

BRISTOL. 

Fall Riveu 

Barges, .... 
Barkentiues, 

Schooners, .... 
Sloops, .... 
Steamers 

New Bedford, 

Barges, .... 

Barks 

Schooners 

Sloops, .... 
Steamers, .... 
Yawls, 

DUKES. 

Edgartown 

Catboats, .... 

Schooners 

Steamers 

ESSEX. 

Gloucester 

Barges, .... 
Lighters, .... 

Schooners 

Scows, 

Sloops, .... 

Steamers, .... 

Marblehead, .... 

Schooners, .... 

Sloops, .... 

Steamers, .... 

Newburtport, 

Barks, 

Schooners 

Steamers 

Salem, 

Schooners, .... 

NANTUCKET. 

Nantucket, .... 
Catboats, .... 

Schoouern 

Sloops, .... 

PLYMOrTH. 

Plymouth, .... 
Schooners 

SUFFOLK. 

Boston, 

Barges, .... 

Barkentines, 



15 

12 

1 

2 

3 
3 

20 
20 

4 
i 



9 
1 

41 
2 

16 

38 
i 
2 

20 
6 
5 
1 



16 
4 
9 
2 



29 
2 
2 
7 
2 

10 
6 

18 

11 

1 

6 



21 

17 

3 

1 



290 

29 

9 



Number op Persons Required to Max 



Officers 



Crew 



Total 



23 

20 

1 

2 

3 
3 

52 
52 



353 



2 

249 

66 
4 
6 

32 
5 

18 
1 



18 
3 

11 
4 



36 

2 
4 

10 
2 

10 



32 

16 

1 

15 

21 

12 

1 



23 

17 

5 

1 



731 

44 
27 



38 

35 

1 

2 

5 
5 

85 
85 

17 
17 



1,273 

27 

6 

173 

4 

1,063 

157 
11 
20 
61 

7 

57 

1 



23 
4 

16 
3 



85 
6 
2 

29 
3 

28 

17 

52 
33 

19 

54 

38 

4 

12 

7 
7 



26 

17 

8 

1 



1,907 

77 
56 



61 

55 

2 

4 



137 
137 

25 
25 



1,626 

27 

10 

271 

6 

1,312 

223 
15 
26 
93 
12 
75 
2 



41 

7 

27 

7 



121 



5 
38 
25 

84 

49 

1 

34 

75 

50 

5 

20 

10 
10 



49 

34 

13 

2 



17 
17 



2,638 

121 

83 



160 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



OFFICERS AND CREW REQUIRED TO MAN — Continued. 



CocNTiES, Etc., Home Ports, and Kinds of 
Vksskls. 



SUFFOLK — Con. 

BosTOX — Con. 

Barks, 

Britrs, 

Ciit'boals, .... 
Lighters, .... 

fc^chooners 

Ships 

Sloops, . . , . 

Steamers, .... 

OTHER STATES. 

Baltimore, Md 

Steamers 

Gardiner, Me., 

Steamers 

Savannah, Ga., 

Steamers 

XOT GIVEN. 

Not given, .... 

Catboats 

Lighters, .... 

Sail boats, .... 

Schooners, .... 

Sloops, .... 

Steamers, .... 



Kumber of 

Vi-ssels 



21 

12 

1 

1 

14.5 

9 

21 

42 



60 

12 

12 

1 

9 

24 

2 



NCMBKK OF I'EKSONS KeQCIRKD TO MAN 



Officers 



63 
33 

1 

300 
28 
16 

219 



35 
35 

23 
23 

20 
20 



49 
12 
1 
1 
9 
24 
2 



Crew 



167 

66 

1 

1 

643 

155 

42 

699 



1.50 
150 

83 
83 

174 
174 



51 
5 

12 
2 

7 
18 



Total 



230 

99 

1 

2 

943 

183 

58 

918 



185 
185 

106 
106 

194 
194 



100 
17 
13 
3 
16 
42 



RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES, ETC. 



Counties, Etc., and Kinds of Vkssels. 



Kumbcr of 
Vessels 



BARNSTABLE. 

Schooners, . . . . 

Scows 

Sloops, 

BRISTOL. 

Barges, 

Barkentines, . . . . 

Barks, 

Schooners, . . . . 

Sloops, 

Steamers 

Yawls, 

DUKES. 

Catboats, 

Schooners 

Steamers, 

ESSEX. 

Barges 

Barks, 

Lighters, 

Schooners, . . . . 

Scows, 

Sloops, 

Steamers 

NANTUCKET. 

Catboats, 

Schooners, .... 
Sloops 



42 

39 
1 

9 



107 

13 
1 
2 

CI 
8 

21 
1 



15 

4 
9 
2 



2 
3 
2 

21 

2 

11 

16 

21 

17 
3 
1 



Sdmbek of Persons Required to Max 



Officers 



86 

83 
1 
o 



419 

4 

4 

6 

130 

267 
1 



18 

3 

11 

4 



92 

2 
12 

4 
30 

2 
11 
31 

23 

17 
5 
1 



Crew 



145 

142 
1 
2 

1,4:30 

3S 

6 

20 

234 

11 

1,120 

1 

23 

4 

16 



198 

6 

38 

2 

73 

3 

28 

48 

26 

17 
8 
1 



Total 



231 

225 
2 
4 



1,849 

42 

10 

26 

364 

18 

1,-387 

2 

41 



290 

8 
50 


103 

5 
39 
79 

49 

34 

13 

2 



COMMERCE. 



161 



OFFICERS AND CREW REQUIRED TO MAN — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES, ETC. —Concluded. 



Coi'N'TiES, Etc., and Kinds of Vessels. 



PLYMOUTH. 
Schooners 

SUFFOLK. 

Barges, 

Barkentines 

Bai'ks, 

Brigs 

Catboats, 

Lighters, 

Schooners, .... 

Ships, 

Sloops, 

Steamers, 

OTHER STATES. 
Steamers, 

XOT GIVEX. 

Catboats, 

Lighters, 

Sail boats, .... 

Schooners, .... 

Sloops, 

Steamers, 



X umber of 

Vessels 



5 
5 

290 

•29 

9 

21 

12 

1 

1 

145 

9 

21 

42 

12 
12 

60 

12 

12 

1 

9 

24 

o 



SujiBEK OF Persons Keiiuired to Man 



Officers 



731 

44 
27 
63 
33 

1 

300 
28 
16 

219 

78 
78 

49 

12 
1 
1 
9 

24 



Crew 



9 
9 

1,907 

77 

56 
167 

66 

1 

1 

643 

155 

42 
699 

407 
407 

51 

5 
12 

2 

7 
18 

7 



Total 



17 
17 

2,638 

121 

• 83 

230 

99 

1 

2 

943 

183 

58 

918 

485 
485 

100 

17 

13 

3 

16 

42 

9 



RKCAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



The State, and Kinds of Vessels. 



Xunibcr of 
Vessels 



THE STATE. 

Bargee 

Barkentines 

Barks, 

Brigs 

( atboats, 

Lighters, 

Sail boats, . . . . 

Schooners 

Scows, 

Ships 

Sloops, 

Steamers 

Yawls 



44 
10 
26 
12 
34 
15 

1 
292 

3 

9 
67 
95 

1 



Number op Persons Kequired to Man 



Officers 



1,504 

50 
31 
81 
33 
32 

6 

1 
576 

3 

28 

61 

601 

1 



Crew 



4,196 

121 

62 

225 

66 

27 

15 

2 

1,132 

4 

155 

102 

2,284 

1 



Total 



5,700 

171 

93 

306 

99 

59 

21 

3 

1,708 

7 

183 

163 

2,885 



162 



CENSUS OP MASSACHUSETTS — -1895. 



PRINCIPAL PORTS YISITED. 



Ports in Massachusetts to Pouts in 



Divisions, States, ani> Countkiks. 



Number of 

Vessels 



Tonnage 



Number 

of Other Ports 

Visited 



Xorth Atlantic Division. 



Maseachueetts, 

Massachusetts (no tonnage reported) , . 

Maine, 

New Hampshire (no tonnage reported), 

Rhode Island 

Rhode Island and New York, 

Connecticut, 

New York 

Pennsylvania, 



South Atlantic Division. 



Maryland, . 
Maryland and Virgin iii 
Virginia, . 
South Carolina, 
Georgia, . 
Florida, 



Jiritish A liter ica . 



New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia, 

British Possessions (not specified), 
British Provinces (not specified), . 



West Indies. 



Cuba 

Haiti, 

Jamaica, .... 
Trinidad, .... 
West Indies (not specified), 



South America. 



Dutch (iuiana, . 
French Guiana, 
Uruguay, . 
Rio de la Plata ports, 
Argentine Republic, 



West Coast of Africa : 
Ascension Island, 
Cape Verde Islands, 
Not specified. 



A fried. 



308 

184 

40 
22 
"l 
16 
6 
4 
24 
11 

14 

1 
5 
2 

1 



14 

3 

2 
1 
2 
6 



72,505.36 
20,909.79 

6,892.28 

2,675.03 

14,604.99 

73.96 

17,456.92 

9,892.39 

22,703.94 

122.43 

15,000.00 

912.95 

349.92 

4,089.91 

2,228.73 

1,799.43 

240.75 

922.38 

94.94 

541.36 

6,059.88 

1.422.48 
403.27 
413.97 
706.59 

3,113.57 

4,199.62 

294.73 
399.37 
698.52 
874.53 
1,932.47 

2,476.88 

539.31 

199.75 

1,737.82 



2 

14 

11 

2 
29 
14 



12 

1 
6 
1 
5 



36 

11 

2 

2 

6 

15 

22 

3 

10 
1 



18 

2 

3 
13 



Ports in Maine to Ports in — 






Xorth Atlantic Division. 


125 


54,548.55 


314 


Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

Pennsylvania, 


33 
1 

1 
31 
59 


9,765.98 

102.48 

241.05 

10,109.92 

34,329.12 


51 
1 
4 

81 
177 


South Atlantic Division. 


14 


8,350.91 


41 


Maryland, 

District of (,'olumbia, , 

Virginia, 


3 

8 
3 


901.05 
5,485.12 
1,964.74 


10 
21 

10 


West Indies. 


3 » 


2,240.55 


8 


West Indies (not specified) 


3 


2,240.55 


8 



Ports in New Hampshire to Ports ig — 



Xorth Atlantic Division. 



Maine, 
New York, 



306.66 

57.04 
249 . 62 



COMMERCE. 



163 



PRINCIPAL PORTS VISITED — Continued. 
Ports in Rhode Island to Ports in — 



Divisions, States, and Countries. 



Number of 

Vessels 



Toniiiige 



Number 

of Othm- Ports 

Visited 



Xorth Atlantic Division. 

MassachusettB 

Maine, 

Pennsylvania, 



3,ftl8.85 

88.37 

102.48 

3,328.00 



Ports in Connecticut to Ports in- 



MassachuBetts, . 
Rhode Island, . 
New York, 


Xorth Atlantic Division. 


9 

7 
1 
1 


2,347.19 

1,-544. ge 

716.00 
86.37 


15 

9 
4 
2 



PoKTs IX New York to Ports in 

Xorth Atlantic Division. 

Massachusetts 

Maine, 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New Jersey, 

Pennsylvania 

South Atlantic Division. 

Maryland, 

District of Columbia, 

Georgia, 

South Central Division. 
Alabama 

West Indies. 

Antigua 

Cuba, 

Haiti 

Trinidad, 

Windward Islands, 

AVest Indies (not specified) 

Jfexico. 
Mexico (not specified), 

South America. 

Dutch Guiana, 

Brazil, 

Argentine Republic, 

J'Stirojte, 

Great Kritain, 

Mediterranean ports, 

Africa. 
West Coast of Africa : 

The Azores, 

Canary Islands, 

South Africa, 

Asia. 

China, 

Siam, \ 

Islands of the Pacific Ocean. 

Hawaii, j 

Java '.'.','.'. 1 



86 

58 
13 

10 
1 
2 



1 
1 
2 

1 
1 

21 

1 
2 
5 
1 
1 
11 

1 
1 



28,020.14 

20,212.64 

2,774.29 

3,875.98 

122.70 

371.23 

663.30 

7,570.78 

472.47 

353.21 

6,745.10 

159.75 
159.75 

8,247.61 

444.70 
571.68 

1,121.87 
455.91 
831.65 

4,821.80 

609.47 
609.47 

3,387.19 

243.38 

2,340.53 

803.28 

1,797.99 

574.99 
1,223.00 

5,559.67 

528.16 

869.16 

4,162. 35 

6,633.32 

5,563.32 
1,070.00 

2,468.61 

960.61 
1,308.00 



160 

101 

23 

28 

3 

4 

1 



10 

4 
6 



2 
2 

65 

2 
8 

17 
5 
1 

32 

1 

1 

11 

3 

6 
2 



5 
3 

11 

1 
3 

7 



164 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



PRINCIPAL PORTS VISITED — Continued. 
Ports ix New Jersey to Ports in — 



DivisiOKS, States, akd Countries. 



Number of 
Vessels 



Tonnage 



Number 
of Other Ports 
' Visited 



Xorth Atlantic Division. 



Maesactausetts, . 
New Hampshire, 
Bbode leland, . 



South Atlantic Division. 



Florida, 



West Indies. 
West Indies (not specified) , . 



34 

'24 
2 



11,229.59 

6,392.06 
1,387.60 
3,449.93 

1,010.81 
1,010.81 

348.04 
348.04 



Ports in Pennsylvania to Ports in — 



North Atlantic Division. 



Massachusetts, 
Maine, 

Rhode Island, 
New York, 



South Atlantic Division. 



Georgia, 
Florida, 



South Central Division. 



Louisiana, . 
Nova Scotia, 



British America. 



West Indies. 



Cuba 

Jamaica, .... 
West Indies (not specified). 



South America. 



Colombia, . 
Argentine Uepublic, 



Europe. 



Portugal, 
Spain, 



144 


81,443.78 


114 

10 

9 

11 


63,934.43 
5,565.62 
7,389.48 
4,554.25 


6 


3,836.68 


2 

4 


1,045.74 
2,790.94 


1 


519.54 


1 


519.54 


1 


276.00 


1 


276.00 


19 


10,790.48 


9 

1 
9 


5,228.45 

279.07 

5,282.96 


2 


1,062.73 


1 
1 


460.61 
602.12 


3 


1,563.03 


2 

1 


1,142.85 
420.18 



Ports in New England (not specified) to Ports in — 



Massachusetts, 



North Atlantic Divisioti. 




133.33 
133.38 



Ports in Delaware to Ports in 



North Atlantic Division. 



Massachusetts, 



West Indies. 
West Indies (not specified), . 




705.10 


705.10 


279.07 


279.07 



Ports in Maryland to Ports in — 



North Atlantic Division. 



Massachusetts, 
Maine, 



43 

35 
1 



30,471.18 

24,416.65 
902.00 



COMMERCE. 



165 



PRINCIPAL PORTS VISITED — Coutinued. 
Ports in Maryland to Ports in — Concluded. 



Divisions, Statks, ani> Countries. 



Number of 

Vessels 



Tonnage 



Number 

of Other Ports 

Visited 



Rhode Island, 
New York, 



Xorth Atlantic Dicision — Con. 



iSout/i Central Division. 



Texas, 



4,065.29 
1,087.24 

472.47 
472.47 



16 
6 

4 
4 



Ports in Virginia to Ports in — 






North Atlantic Division. 


80 


70,634.84 


193 


Massachusetts 

Maine, 

Rhode Island, 

Connecticut 

New York, 


66 
2 
9 
1 
2 


59,528.14 

972.40 

8,591.88 

801.89 

740.53 


140 

10 

31 

4 

8 


South Central Division, 


1 


588.09 


2 


Texas, 


1 


588.09 


2 


British America. 


1 


481.28 


4 


Nova Scotia 


1 


481.28 


4 


West Indies, 


7 


3,864.44 


26 


Cuba, 

West Indies (not specified), 


6 
2 


3,114.66 
749.78 


18 

S 


}Ci(ro2:ie. 


1 


1,223.00 


3 


Spain 


1 


1,223.00 


3 



Ports in North Carolina to Ports in — 



New York, 



Xorth Atlantic Division. 






Ports in South Carolina 


TO Ports in — 








Xorth Atlantic Division. 


11 




5,614.18 


28 


MasBachusetts, . 
New York, 




8 
3 




4,433.62 
1,180.56 


18 
10 




South Atlantic Division. 


2 




838.62 


6 


Maryland, . 
North Carolina, 




1 
1 




382.71 
455.91 


5 





Ports in Georgia to Ports in — 






Massachusetts, . 
Maine, 

Rhode Island, . 
New York, 


Xorth Atlantic Division. 


26 

23 
1 

1 

1 


12,894.85 

11,415.98 
458.62 
640.90 
379.35 


50 

42 
2 
3 
3 



Ports in Florida to Ports in — 



Xorth Atlantic Division. 


12 


6,968.60 


49 


Massachusetts 

New York, 

New Jersey 


10 

1 
1 


5,485.32 

472.47 

1,010.81 


41 

4 
4 


West Indies, 


2 


750.64 


8 


West Indies (not specified), 


2 


750.64 


8 



16(5 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



PRINCIPAL PORTS VISITED — Continued. 
Ports in Alabama to Ports in — 



Divisions, States, and Countries. 



Number of 
Vessels 



Tonnage 



Numbur 
of Other Ports 

Visited 



North Atlantic Division . 



MaesachusettB, , 
New York, 



West Indies, 

Cuba 

West Indies (not specified), . 



1,060.56 

588.09 
472.47 



1,962.71 

1,450.96 
511.75 



Ports in Mississippi to Ports in — 



North Atlantic Division. 



Massachusetts, 




360.00 
360.00 



Ports in Louisiana to Ports in 



North Atlantic Division. 



New York, 




574.99 
574.99 



Ports in British America to Ports in — 



North Atlantic Division. 



Massachusetts, . 
New Hampshire, 
New York, 
Pennsylvania, . 



South Atlantic Division. 



Maryland, 



South America, 



Argentine Republic, 






2,766.66 


4 

1 
4 

1 


830.42 

468.75 

1,191.49 

276.00 


1 


82.48 


1 


82.48 


3 


1,562.63 


3 


1,562.68 



Ports in West Indies to 


» Ports in- 


— 




North Atlantic Division. 


80 


37,901.61 


259 


Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

New York 

Pennsylvania 


38 

2 

27 

13 


18,032.45 

681.26 

11,685.76 

7,502.14 


109 

5 

92 

53 


South Atlantic Division. 


5 


1,678.60 


12 


Maryland 

District of Columbia, 

South Carolina, 

Florida 


2 
1 

1 
1 


695.52 
667.86 
122.60 
292.62 


5 
3 

4 


South Central Division. 


1 


493.03 


3 


Louisiana, 


1 


493.03 


3 



Ports in Mexico to Ports in ■ 



North Atlantic Division. 



Massachusetts, . 




886.28 
886.28 



COMMERCE. 



167 



PRINCIPAL PORTS VISITED — Concluded. 
Ports in South America to Ports in — 



Divisions, States, and Countries. 



Number of 

Vessels 



Tonnage 



Number 

of Otlier Ports 

Visiteil 



MasBachueette, 
New York, 



Virginia, 



Xorth Atlantic DivUion. 



South Atlantic Division. 



16 

12 
4 



9,487.31 

7,618.75 
1,868.56 



294.73 
294.73 



37 

21 
16 



Ports in Europe to Ports in — 



Massachusetts, 
New York, 



Spain, 



JVbriA Atlantic Division. 



Europe. 




1,382.75 

1,223.00 
159.75 



493.03 
493.03 



Ports in Africa to Ports in 



Xortli Atlantic Division. 



Massachusetts, 




2,449.67 
2,449.67 



Ports in Asia to Ports in — 



New York, 



Maryland, 



yorth Atlantic Division. 



South Atlantic Division. 




',886.32 
,886.32 

960.61 
960.61 



Ports in Islands of the Pacific Ocean to Ports in- 



New York, 
Pennsylvania, 



Xorth Atlantic Division, 




5,107.12 

3,384.12 
1,723.00 



168 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



CARGO CARRIED TO PRINCIPAL PORTS. 



Classification of Cargo and Pours. 



Animal Refune, GrenHe, etc. 
Porte in Massachusetts to ports in >[asBachusetts, 

Apples iitiil Oynterx. 
Ports in Connecticut to ports in Massachusetts, . 

Anphalt. 

Forts in AVest Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . 
Ports in West Indies to ports in Xe«- York, 
Ports in West Indies to ports in Pennsylvania, . 
Ports in West Indies to ports in District of Columbia, 
Ports in West Indies to ports in Louisiana, . 

linrreh. 
Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts, , 

Bitrreh and Stone. 
Ports in Maine to ports in New Y''ork 



Bone-black and WlUting. 
Ports in New YorTc to ports in Maine, . 



Hrickt. 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Maine, . 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Rhode Island, 
Ports in New Y^^ork to ports in Massachusetts, . 
Ports in New Jersej' to jiorts in Massachusetts, . 

Sricka, Clay, and Stone. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Rhode Island, 

Brickx, Conl, Liiml/( r, nnd Siind. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Brirkii and Wood. 
Ports in Rhode Island to ports in Massachusetts, 

Building Materials and Grocer lea. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Cane, Coffee, Dyestuffs, arid Indigo. 
Ports in Asia to ports in New York, 



C'lsk'K, Stone, <dc. 
Porte in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Cement. 

Ports in Maine to ports in New York, . 
Ports in Maine to ports in Pennsylvania, 
Ports in New York to i)orts in Mai^pachusetts, . 
Ports in New York to ports in Maine, . 
Ports in New Y'ork to ports in Alabama, 

Cement and Granite. 
Ports In Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Ci'iiient, Gravel, nnd Sand. 
Ports in New England to ports in Massachusetts, 

Cement, Iron, ami l.ntnhir. 
Porte in New York to ports in District of Columbia, 

Cement and Stone, 
Ports in Maine to ports in New York, . 



Number of 
Vessels 



Tonnajrt- 



Number 

of Other I'orts 

Visited 



548.28 
548.28 

17.87 

17.87 

4,383.80 

408.43 

1,876.76 

1,037.72 

567.86 

493.03 

122.70 
122.70 

766.08 
766.08 

144.58 
144. 5S 

555.93 

209.23 

190.74 

77.98 

77.98 

27.92 
27.92 

22.58 
22.-58 

29.33 
29.33 

52.88 



1,508.00 
1,508.00 

10.58 
10.58 

1,558.35 

938.40 
241.05 
119.22 
99.93 
159.75 

30.00 
30.00 

133.38 
133.38 

363.21 
353.21 

198.81 
198.81 



COMMERCE. 



169 



CARGO CARRIED TO PRINCIPAL PORTS — Continued. 



Classification of Cargo and I'orts. 



Number of 
Vessels 



Tonnage 



Xumber 

of Other Ports 

Visited 



Clay. 

Ports iu New York to ports in Connecticut, 
Ports iu New Jersey to ports iu Massachusetts, 



Cluij (did (h'linlte. 
Ports in Maine to ports in New York, . 

Cliiy, Iron, an.<l Wood, 
Ports in MassachuBetts to ports iu Massachusetts, 

Clay ami Lime. 
Ports in Pennsylvania to ports in Massachusetts, 

Coal. 

Ports in ^fassachusett8 to ports in Massachusetts, 

Ports in Massacliusetts to ports iu Maine, . 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in lihode Island, 

Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in Florida, . 

Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in West Indies, . 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Africa, . 

Ports iu Maine to ports iu Pennsylvania, 

Ports iu Connecticut to ports iu ifaseachusetts, . 

Ports iu t'onnecticut to ports in lihode Island, . 

Ports iu New York to ports in Massachusetts, 

Ports in New York to ports in Maine, . 

Ports iu New York to ports in Rliode Island, 

Ports in New York to ports in Pennsylvania, 

Ports in New York to ports in West Indies, 

Ports in New York to ports iu Mexico, 

Ports in New York to ports in tSoutli America, . 

Ports iu New Jersey to ports in Massacliusetts, . 

Ports iu New Jersey to ports in New Hampshire, 

Ports in New Jersey to ports iu lihode Island, . 

Ports in New Jersey to ports in Florida, 

Ports iu I'ennsylvania to ports iu Massachusetts, 

Ports iu Pennsylvania to ports in Maine, 

Ports in Pennsylvania to ports in lihode Island, . 

Ports in Pennsylvania to \iovXi iu New York, 

Ports in I'eiinsylvania to ports in (feorgia, . 

Ports in Pennsylvania to ports iu Florida, . 

Ports iu Pennsylvania to ports in Louisiana, 

Ports in Pennsylvania to ports iu British America, 

Ports iu Pennsylvania to ports in West Indies, . 

Ports iu Pennsylvania to ports iu Soutli America, 

Ports iu Pennsylvauia to ports in Kurope, . 

Porta in Maryland to ports iu Massachusetts, 

Ports in Maryland to jjorts iu Maine, . 

Ports in Maryland to ports in lihode Island, 

Ports in Maryland to ports iu New York, 

Ports in ^[aryland to ports in 'I'exas, . 

Ports iu Virginia to ports in Massachusetts, 

Ports in Virginia to ports iu Maine, 

Ports in Virginia to ports iu Rhode Island, . 

Ports in Virginia to ports iu Connecticut, 

Ports in Virginia to ports in New York, 

Ports in Virginia to ports in Texas, 

Ports in Virginia to ports in British America, 

Ports in Virginia to ports iu West Indies, . 

Ports in Virginia to ports in Kurope, . 

Ports in Alabama to ports in West Indies, . 

Ports iu British America to ports iu South America, 

Ports iu West Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . 

Ports iu Europe to ports in Europe, 

Coal, (rrain , and Ifay. 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu Massachusetts, 
Ports iu Massachusetts to ports iu lihode Island, 

Coal, Grain, and Lnniher. 
Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts, . 

Coal, (ri-ain, and Woinl , 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Coal and Granite. 
Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts, . 



1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

•412 

♦21 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
39 
9 
9 
1 
2 
1 
2 
13 
2 

7 

1 

106 

10 

9 
10 

2 

3 
1 
1 

19 
1 
1 

32 
1 
3 
2 

1 

64 
2 



1 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 

2 
1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
1 



J, 253.59 

122.70 
1,130.89 

160.69 
160.69 

21.88 
21.88 

176.36 
176.36 

2f)l,56.T.31 

7,.545.81 

299.58 

121.20 

876.80 

1,481.74 

199.75 

.526.95 

1,426.75 

716.00 

16,826.62 

2,34.3.12 

3,799.55 

375.00 

931.47 

609.47 

758.06 

4,966.87 

1,387.60 

3,318.53 

1,010.81 

61,421.19 

5,565.62 

7,389.48 

4,243.19 

1,045.74 

2,288.65 

519.54 

276.00 

10,790.48 

602.12 

420.18 

23,312.15 

902.00 

3,798.12 

1,087.24 

472.47 

,59..3rj3.79 

972 40 

7,949.28 

81)1.89 

740.53 

588.09 

481.28 

:;,864.44 

1,223.00 

.5112.29 

414.76 

514.68 

493.03 

62.39 

42.73 
19.66 

62.28 
62.28 

16.05 
16.05 

224.95 
224.95 



13 

3 
10 



3 

3 

1,013 

1 
2 
2 
4 
3 
4 

1 

4 
72 
16 
26 

5 
1 

5 
35 

I 
21 

4 

266 

30 

26 

28 

5 
12 

5 

2 
70 



92 
3 

11 

6 

4 

135 

10 

28 
4 
8 
2 
4 

26 
3 
4 
5 
2 
3 

2 



* Includes four vessels, no tonnage or other ports reported. 



170 



CEXSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 181)5. 



CARGO CARRIED TO PRINCIPAL PORTvS — Continued. 



Cr.Assii-icATios OK Cai!GO and Torts. 



Number of 

Vessols 



'J'oniiase 



Numbpr 

of Other Ports 

Visiteil 



CoqI mid Iron, 

Ports in Pennsylvania to ports in MasBachusetts, 
Ports in Maryland to ports in Massachusetts, 

I'lHtland Iron J'ipe. 
Ports in Peunej'lvania to ports in Massachusetts, 

(Jodl and Lumber. 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in New York, . 
Ports in Connecticut to ports in ^[assachusetts, . 
Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts, . 

Cofil (111(1 Oysters. 
Ports in Connecticut to ports in Massachusetts, . 

('ixtl, (inil Stone. 

Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts, . 
Ports in Pennsylvania to ports in New York, 

Corrxt, 

Ports in "West Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . 
Ports in .South America to i)orts in Massacliusetts, 

Cocoa uiitl Sugar. 
Ports in West Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . 

Coroannt'i. 
Ports in AVest Indies to ports in Pennsylvania, . 

Cnojierage, 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in West Indies, . 
Ports iu Maine to ports in Virginia, 
Ports ill Maine to ports in West Indies, 
Ports iu New York to ports iu West Indies, 
Ports in New Jersey to ports in West Indies, 

Cooperage and Lumber. 
Ports in Alabanaa to ports in West Indies, . 

('firk' and O/ires. 
Ports in Europe to ports in New York, 

Cor» . 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Maryland, 

Cotton. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Cotton (tiiil Jiah'd J>rij Goods. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu Rhode Island, 

Eitrthenn-are Pipe and Lumber, 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Maine, . 

Fertilher-f, 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massacliusetts, 
Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts, . 
Ports in New York to ports in Maryland, 
Ports in Maryland to ports in Massachusetts, 

yertilizer^ and Guano. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in British America, 

Firewood, 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Fixli and Fiali Oil. 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Rhode Island, 
Ports in Rhode Island to ports in Massachusetts, 



4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 



4 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

•13 

*10 
1 



2-18.57 

119.22 
129.35 

333.85 
333.85 

163.33 

61.73 
22.04 
79.56 

15.88 
15.88 

804.67 

493.61 
311.06 

1,27S.33 

46S.75 
809.58 

468.75 
468.75 

399.37 
399.37 

3,175.06 

1,511.57 
468.75 
431.94 
414.76 
348.04 

1.59.75 
159.75 

159.75 
159.75 

122.4:3 
122.43 

150.14 
150.14 

58.77 
58.77 

99.16 
99.16 

1,465.07 

648.79 
221.38 
472.47 
122.43 

94.94 
94.94 

20.78 
20.78 

295.20 

262.56 

25.59 

7.05 



* Includes one vessel, no tonnage or other ports reported. 



COMMERCE. 



171 



CARGO CARRIED TO PRINCIPAL PORTS — Continued. 





Number of 




Number 


Ci.AssiKicATiox oi' Cargo and Ports. 


Vessels 


Ton n age 


of Otlier Ports 
Visited 


Msh, Flour, Grain, and Salt. 




6.19 


_^ 


Porte in Massachusetts to ports in MassachusettB, 




6.19 


- 


Fix/i, <r'r<ihi, 1(11(1 I'rovixioiis. 




16.64 


., 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, . . , 




16.64 


" 


Fix/i, (rrort'vli's, and Suit. 




7.27 


. 


Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, . . 




7.27 




>V.v/i Kllil (tIKIIIO. 


*3 


8.51 


_ 


Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 


*3 


8.51 


- 


Finh Wnste. 


5 


_ 


_ 


Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 


5 


- 


- 


Fruit and JS^utn. 


5 


1,031.61 


10 


Ports in Pennsylvania to ports in Massachusetts, 


1 


153.65 


1 


Ports in West Indies to ports in Massachusetts 


1 


162.77 


2 


Ports in West Indies to ports iu New York, .... 


2 


592.59 


7 


Ports in West Indies to ports in South Carolina, 


1 


122.60 




General Jferr/iaiidiae. 


57 


41,967.66 


80 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 


3 


102.90 


__ 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Maine, . 








3 


271.12 


2 


Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in New Yorlc, . 








8 


12,.546.29 


2 


Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in Penusylvania, 








3 


3,328.00 


3 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in British America, 








4 


1,245.61 


8 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in "West Indies, . 








3 


1,092.00 


5 


Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in South America, 








2 


694.10 


13 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Africa, . 










1,349.31 


2 


Ports in Rhode Island to ports in Pennsylvania, . 










3,328.00 


3 


Ports in New York to ports in West Indies, 










3,424.37 


25 


Ports in New Y^ork to ports in South America, . 










1,311.00 


1 


Ports in New York to ports in Africa, . 










2,290.77 


5 


Ports in New Y'^ork to ports in Asia, 










1,. 500. 00 


_ 


Ports in New Y^ork to ports in Islands of the Pacific ( 


)ceai 


1, 






960.61 


1 


Ports in Virginia to ports in Massachusetts, 










86.37 


2 


Ports iu West Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . 










1,615.96 


3 


Ports in West Indies to ports in Pennsylvania, . 










444.70 


2 


Ports in South America to ports in Massachusetts, 










1,770.16 


1 


Ports in Africa to ports in Massachusetts, . 










876.53 




Ports in Asia to ports in New Y'ork, 










2,649.32 


2 


Ports in Islauds of the Pacific Ocean to ports in New Y'ork, 






1,080.54 


- 


(rencvdl .Vin/KUidise and Cocoa. 




889.58 


1 


Ports in Islands of the Pacific Ocean to ports in New Y'ork, 




889.58 


1 


General Jferchandhe, Grain, and Iluy. 




242.84 


3 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Maine, 




105.57 


.„ 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Khode Island, 




25.15 


1 


Ports in Rhode Island to ports iu Massachusetts, 




25.15 


1 


Ports in New Jersey to ports in Massachusetts 




86.97 


1 


General M^erchnndise and Keronene. 




889.58 


1 


Ports in New York to ports in Africa 




889.58 


1 


General Merchandise, Kerosene, and Rum, 




982.00 


1 


Ports in New York to ports in Africa 




982.00 


1 


General Merchandise and Lognwod. 




438.62 


6 


Ports in West Indies to ports in Massachusetts 




249.62 


6 


Ports in West ludies to ports in New York 




189.00 


1 


(reneral Merchandise and Lumber. 




153.65 


1 


Ports in New Y'ork to ports iu West Indies 




153.65 


1 


General Merchandise and Oysters. 




. 62.28 


1 


Ports in Connecticut to ports in Massachusetts 




62.28 


1 


General Merchandise and, Passengers. 


50 


63,159.58 


2 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, . 


19 


6,590.68 


. 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports la Maine 


5 


4,896.40 


~ 



Includes two vessels, no tonnage or other ports reported. 



172 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



CARGO CARRIED TO PRINCIPAL PORTS — Continued. 



Classification of Cargo and Ports. 



Xiimbcr of 
Vessels 



Tonnage 



General Merchundine and J'assengers — Con. 

Ports in Massachiisctte to ports in Rhode Isl.ind, 

Ports In Massachusetts to ports in Khode Island and New York, 

Ports in Masnachnsetts to ports in t'ennsylvauia, 

Ports in Massachnsettw to ports in Maryland and Virginia, 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in (jeorgia, .... 

Ports in Maine to ports in Massachusetts, .... 

Ports in New York to ports in Georgia, .... 

Ports in New York to ports in Africa, 

Ports in Africa to ports in Massachusetts 

General ^ferchn»dilse and Rattan. 
Ports in Asia to ports in New York, 



General Jferchandise and Tea. 
Ports in Asia to ports in ^faryland. 



Ports in Massacliusetts to ports in ^^assachusetts, 
Ports in Rhode Island to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in New York to ports in Rhode Island, 



Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 



Massacliusetts 
Massachusetts 
Massachusetts 
Massachusetts 
Massachusetts 
Maine to ports 
Maine to ports 
Maine to ports 
Maine to ports 
Maine to ports 
Maine to ports 



Oranite. 

to ports in Massachusetts, 
to ports in Maine, . 
to ports in Rhode Island 
to ports in New York, 
to ports in Florida, . 
in Massachusetts, . 
in Rhode Island, 
in Connecticut, 
in New York, . 
in Pennsylvania, 
in Maryland, . 



Grim He and Liimher. 
Ports in Maine to ports in Massachusetts, 

Granite, Lumber, and Stone. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Grarel. 

Ports in Maine to ports in Massachusetts 

Ports in New Hampshire to ports in Maine, . . . . 

Gravel and Satid. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, . , 

Gravel (iiul Stone. 
Ports in Maine to ports in Massachusetts 

(riixno. 

Ports in West Indies to ports in Massachusetts 

Ports in South America to ports in Massachusetts, 

Ports in South America to jxirts in Virginia, . . . , 

Ports in Maine to ports in Massachusetts, 

//ellip. 

Ports in AVest Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . . . . 
Ports in It^landK of the Pacitic Ocean to ports in New York, 
Ports in Islands < f the I'acirtc (7cean to ports in Pennsj-lvania, . 

Hides and Wool. 

Ports in South America to ports in Sfassachusetts, 

Ports in South America to ports in New York, . . . . 



Ports in Maine to ports in Xew York, . 
Ports in Maine to ports in Pennsylvania, 



2 
6 
3 
h 
2 
3 
2 
1 
2 

2 
2 

1 
1 



4 
1 

65 

4 
51 



1,554.51 

14,604.99 

4,856.00 

15,000.00 

4,089.91 

3,260.00 

6,745.10 

528.16 

1,033.83 

2,381.00 
2,381.00 

960.61 
960.61 

413.62 



297.23 
297.23 

184.12 
184.12 

135.13 

78.09 
57.04 

97.31 
97.31 

82.87 
82.87 

1,412.91 

559.09 
559.09 
294.73 

229.37 
229.37 

4,204.77 

1,067.77 
1,414.00 
1,723.00 

3,320.52 

2,4.51.36 

S69.16 

41,067.94 

2,260.94 
31,825.89 



Xumber 

of Other Ports 

Visited 





15.58 


. 




26.84 


2 




294.77 


3 




, 76.43 


2 


41 


7,375.43 


58 


21 


1,593.25 


- 




3S8.11 


2 




519.54 


5 




2,406.35 


13 




519.54 


5 




427.09 


4 




102.48 


1 




241.05 


4 




587.91 


11 




399.37 


10 




190.74 


3 



1 

1 

2 
2 

1 
1 



187 

15 
145 



COMMERCE. 



173 



CARGO CARRIED TO PRINCIPAL PORTS — Continued. 



ClASSIFIOATION of CaROO and I'OKTS. 



Ice — Con. 

Ports in Maine to ports in District of Columbia, . 
Ports in Maine to ports in Virginia, 

Ice and Lumber. 
Porte in Massachusetts to ports in South America, 

Iron. 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Maine, . 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in West Indies, . 
Ports in New York to ports in West Indies, 
Ports in Xew Jersey to jjorts in Massachusetts, . 
Ports in New Jersey to ports in liliode Island, . 
Ports in Pennsylvania to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in Pennsylvania to ports in Soutli America, 
Ports in Delaware to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in Virginia to ports in Rhode Island, . 

Iron Pipe. 

Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts, . 
Porte in Pennsylvania to ports in Massachusetts, 

Iron liails. 
Porte in Delaware to ports in West Indies, . 

Kerosene. 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in South America, 

Ports in New York to ports in West Indies, 

Ports in New York to ports in Europe, 

Ports in New York to ports in Africa, . 

Ports in New York to ports in Asia, 

Ports in Pennsylvania to ports in Europe, . 

Lime and Lumber. 
Ports in Maine to ports in Massachueette, . 

Lobsters. 
Ports in British America to ports in Maeeachueetts, 

Logjcood. 

Ports in West Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . 
Ports in West Indies to ports in Rhode Island, . 
Ports in West Indies to ports in New York, 
Ports in South America to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in South America to ports in New York, . 

Logwood and Sugar. 
Ports in West Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . 



Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Forts in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports ia 
Ports in 
Ports in 



Lumber. 

Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 
Massachusetts to ports in Maine, . 
Massachusetts to ports in New York, . 
Massachusetts to ports in Virginia, 
Massachusetts to ports in South Carolina, 
Massachusetts to ports in Florida, . 
Massachusetts to ports in West Indies, . 
Massachusetts to ports in South America, 
M assachusetts to ports in Africa, . 
Maine to ports in Massachusetts, . 
Maine to ports in New York, . 
Maine to ports in West Indies, 
Rhode Island to ports in Maine, 
New York to ports in Massachusetts, . 
New York to ports in Pennsylvania, 
New York to ports in West Indies, 
New York to ports in South America, . 
New York to jiorts in Europe, 
Pennsylvania to ports in Florida, . 
Maryland to ports in Rhode Island, 
North Carolina to ports in New York, . 
South Carolina to ports in Massachusetts, 
South Carolina to ports in New York, . 
Georgia to ports in Massachusetts, 
Georgia to ports in Maine, 
Georgia to ports in Rhode Island, . 



Number of 

Vessels 



1 
1 

10 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 

2 
2 

1 
1 

15 

8 
1 
4 
1 
1 

2 
2 

98 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
1 
7 
2 
2 
1 
4 
1 
6 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
23 
1 
1 



TiiMiiafie 



Number 

of Other Ports 

Visited 



5,485.12 
1,495.99 



53 
53 



4,098.12 

348.68 
493.03 
122.43 
129.35 
131.40 
1,064.92 
460.61 
705.10 
642.60 

825.93 

160.69 
665.24 

279.07 
279.07 

8,271.08 

574.99 

1,389.77 

574.99 

869.16 

3,719.32 

1,142.85 

227.87 
227.87 

25.91 
25.91 

3,506.43 

1,808.65 
279.07 
821.05 
348.04 
249.62 



21 
6 



28 

1 
3 
5 
2 
3 
4 
5 
2 
3 



3 
6 

3 
3 

25 

6 
1 
5 
3 
3 
8 

1 
1 



40 

19 
3 

10 
3 

5 



380.78 


4 


380.78 


4 


41,187.13 


211 


6.35 


_ 


81.07 


1 


331.58 


1 


876.80 


2 


349.92 


1 


832.39 


2 


1,481.54 


10 


2,056.00 


4 


52S.45 


3 


662.59 


8 


311.55 


2 


1,808.61 


6 


102.48 


1 


709.16 


6 


283.30 


1 


1,811.16 


23 


1,318.13 


5 


1,223.00 


3 


502.29 


4 


76.43 


2 


375.38 


2 


1,746.68 


8 


827.35 


4 


11,415.98 


42 


45S.62 


2 


640.90 


3 



174 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



CARGO CARRIED TO PRINCIPAL PORTS — Continued. 



C'LASStKICATMN OK t'AHGO AND ToKTS. 



Xumber of 
Vessi-ls 



Tonnage 



Xumber 
ofOthtr Ports 

Visitod 



Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports iu 
Ports iu 
Ports in 
Ports iu 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports in 
Ports iu 
Ports in 



Litiuher — Cou. 

Georgia to ports iu New York, 
Floridii to ports in Massacliiisetts, . 
Florida to ports iu AVe* Indies, 
Alabama to ports in M assachusetts, 
^Uabaraa to ports in New York, 
Alabama to jjorts in AVest Indies, . 
Mist^issippi to ports in Massacliiisetts, . 
British Anu-iica to ports iu Massachusetts, 
British America to ports iu New York, . 
British America to ports iu Pennsylvania, 
British America to ports iu Maryland, . 
British America to ports in South America, 
Asia to ports iu New York, 



Lumber and Oysters. 
Ports in Massacluisetts to ports in Connecticut, . 

Larahvr and Phosphate. 
Ports in Florida to ports iu Massachusetts, .... 

Malimjuiiy. 
Ports in Mexico to ports in Massachusetts 

Mails and Passengers. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 

Molasses and Sugar. 
Ports in West Indies to ports in Massachusetts, . . , 

Oyxtirs. 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Connecticut, . 

Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in Virginia, 

Ports in Connecticut to ports in New York, 

Ports in Virginia to ports in Massachusetts, . . 

Oysters and Shells. 

Ports in Massaclnisetts to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in Massaclnisetts to ports in lihode Island, 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Couueclicut, . 

Passengers. 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu New Hampshire, . 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu Khodc Island, 

Petroleum. 

Ports iu New York to ports in Asia, . . . " . 
Ports in New Y'ork to ports in Islauds of the Pacific Ocean, 



Phosphate. 

Ports in Maryland to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in Maryland to ports in Rhode Island, 
Ports in North Carolina to ports in New York, . 
Ports in South Carolina to ports iu Massachusetts, 
Ports in South Carolina to ports in New Y^ork, . 
Ports in South Carolina to ports in Maryland, 
Ports in South Carolina to ports in North Carolina, 
Ports in Florida to i)orts in Massachusetts, , 
Ports iu Florida to ports in New York, 
Ports in Florida to ports iu New Jersey, 

Plaster. 



Ports in Maine to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in Maine to ports iu New York, . 



Plaster and lluilroud Ties. 
Ports in New IlarapBhire to ports in New Y'ork, 

Railroad Ties. 

Porto in Maine to ports in Maryland 

Ports m British America to ports iu New Hampshire, 



1 
■1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
3 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

2 
2 

1 
1 

1 
1 



*104 

tl02 

1 



1 
1 

18 

1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 



379.35 

1,662.80 

750.64 

588.09 

472.47 

1,300.67 

360.00 

804.51 

1,191.49 

276.00 

82.48 

1,147.92 

1,348.00 

26.80 
26.80 

374.59 
374.59 

886.28 
886.28 

38.15 
38.15 

431.94 
431.94 

237.02 

36.. 52 
36.15 
86.37 
77.98 

78.85 

8.21 
60.00 
10.64 

2,091.63 
2,085.06 

6.57 

2,922.00 

1,414.00 
1,508.00 

10,309.35 

852.72 
190.74 
455.91 

2,686.94 
353.21 
382.71 
455.91 

3,447.93 
472.47 

1,010.81 

1,644.97 

1,109.65 
535.32 

249.62 
249.62 

806.14 

337.39 
468.75 



• Includes 29 vessels, no tonnage or other ports reported, 
t Includes 28 vessels, no tonnage or other ports reported. 



COMMERCE. 



175 



CARGO CARRIED TO PRINCIPAL PORTS — Concluded. 



Classification ov Cargo and Torts. 


Number of 
Vessels 


Tonnage 


Number 

of Other Ports 

Visited 


I{u»i. 


1 


399.37 


10 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu Africa 


1 


399.37 


10 


,^(i/t. 


11 


6,922.97 


30 


Ports iu Maseaclnisetts to ports iu Maine 

Ports in "West I udies to ports iu Massachusetts 

Ports in West Indies to ports iu Rhode J eland, .... 
Ports iu AVest Indies to ports iu New York, .... 

Ports iu AVest Indies to ports iu Pennsylvania 

Ports in West Indies to ports in Maryland 

Ports iu Europe to ports in Massachusetts 


2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 

1 


140.91 
1,886.60 
402.19 
705.59 
869.16 
695.52 
1,223.00 


2 

9 
2 
6 
3 
5 
3 


Su nd. 


15 


1,748.99 


10 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Massachusetts, 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Rhode Island, 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu New York 

Ports iu Maine to ports in ^^assachusetts 

Ports in Maine to ports in New York, 

Ports in New York to ports in Massachusetts 


9 
1 
1 



1 
1 


60S. 89 
20.16 
240.00 
140.91 
307.31 
431.72 


2 
2 
3 
3 


ShdU. 


1 


45.22 


_ 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu Rhode Island, 


1 


45.22 


- 


St uvea. 


4 


560.16 


6 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Maine 

Ports in Maine to ports iu Massachusetts 

Ports in New York to ports in Maine, 


1 
1 

2 


52.45 
321.05 

186.66 


4 
2 


Stone. 


44 


13,579.39 


100 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu Massachusetts, 

Ports iu Massachusetts to ports in New York, .... 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports in I'ennsylvania, 

Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu ]?ritish America, . 

Ports in Maine to ports in Massachusetts, 

Ports in Maine to ports in New York, 

Ports iu Maine to ports iu reuusylvauia, 

Ports in Maine to ports in Maryland, 

Ports in New York to ports iu Massachusetts 

Ports in New York to ports in New Jersey, .... 


2 
5 
5 
1 
9 
13 
5 
1 
1 
2 


100.97 

1,870.97 

1,708.39 

458.88 

2,929.26 

4,042.91 

1,335.86 

372.92 

388.00 

371.23 


11 
11 

o 

21 
30 
14 

4 
2 

4 


Sugar. 


41 


21,878.01 


145 


Ports in Louisiana to ports in New York, 

Ports in West Indies to ports iu Maesaci^iisetts 

Ports in West Indies to ports in New York, .... 
Ports iu AVest Indies to ports iu Pennsylvania, .... 

Ports iu West Indies to ports in Florida, 

Ports iu South America to ports in New York 


1 
14 
15 

8 

1 
2 


574.99 

8,008.66 

7,500.77 

4,751.19 

292.62 

749.78 


5 

48 

47 

33 

4 

8 


Tar. 


1 


66.65 


_ 


Ports in Massachusetts to ports iu Massachusetts, 


1 


66.65 


- 


Whale Oil. 


2 


539.31 


2 


Ports in Africa to ports in Massachusetts, 


•7 


539.31 


2 


Wool. 


2 


1,680.52 


2 


Ports in South America to ports in Massachusetts, . 


2 


1,680.52 


2 



Pilotage and Towage. 
Under American Flag. 



[177] 



NUMBER OF VESSELS AND TONNAGE: BY KINDS 
OF COMMERCE AND VESSELS. 



Counties, Etc., Home Ports, 

AND Classification op Commekce 

AND Vessels. 

BRISTOL. 
FAL.Ii RIV£R. 

Coastwise. 
Steamers, 

Coastwise and Ocean. 
Steamers, 

XEW BEDFORW. 

Coastwise. 
Steamers 

Coastwise and Ocean. 
Steamers 

ESSEX. 
OLiOlTCEiiiTKR. 

Coastwise. 

Sloops, 

Steamers 

Steamer tugs, , . . . 

::flarbleliea<l. 

CoastiLHse. 
Steamer tugs, .... 



Number 

of 
Vessels 



Tonnage 



54.76 
54.76 

82.49 
82.49 



92.70 
92.70 

183.08 
183.08 



188.74 

45.63 

16.70 

126.41 



18.33 
18.33 



Counties, Etc., Home Ports, 
AND Classification of Commerce 
and Vessels. " 



NEWerRYPORT. 

Coastwise. 
Steamer tugs, 

SAL.E3I. 

Coastwise. 
Steamer tugs, 

PLYMOUTH. 
Plyiuouth. 

Coastwise. 
Steamers, 

SUFFOLK. 
BO.STON. 

Coastwise. 



Schooners, 
Steamers, 
Steamer tugs. 



Ocean. 
Steamer tuge, 

OTHER STATES. 
EL.L.SWORTIf, 9IE. 

Coastwise. 
Steamers, .... 



Number 

of 
Vessels 



Tonnage 



*55 

8 
9 

*38 

12 
12 



63.34 
63.34 



19.11 
19.11 



32.67 
32.67 



2,047.83 

607.78 

149.17 

1,290.88 

733.33 
733.33 



23.48 
23.48 



EECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES, ETC. 



Counties, Etc., and 

Classification of Commerce 
AND Vessels. 


Number 

of 
Vessels 


Tonnage 


Counties, Etc., and 

Classification of Commerce 

and A''essels. 


Number 

of 
Vessels 


Tonnage 


BRISTOL. 

Coastwise. 

Steamers 

Coastwise and Ocean. 
Steamers 

ESSEX. 

Coastwise. 

Sloops, 

Steamers 

Steamer tugs 

PLYMOUTH. 

Coastwise. 

Steamers, 


9 
5 
5 

4 

4 

14 

14 
4 
1 
9 

1 
1 
1 


413.03 
147.46 
147.46 

265.57 
265.57 

289.52 

289.52 

45.63 

16.70 

227.19 

32.67 
32.67 
32.67 


SUFFOLK. 

Coastwise. 

Schooners 

Steamers, 

Steamer tugs, .... 

Ocean. 
Steamer tugs, .... 

OTHKR STATES. 

Coastwise. 

Steamers, 


*67 

*55 

8 

9 

*38 

12 

12 

1 

1 
1 


2,781.16 

2,047.83 

607.78 

149.17 

1,290.88 

733.33 
733.33 

23.48 
23.48 
23.48 



* Includes one vessel, tonnage not given. 
[179] 



180 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



VESSELS, TONNAGE, AND KINDS OF COMMERCE — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



The State, and Classification 
OF Commerce akd Vessels. 



THE STATE. 
Coastwise. 



SchoonerB, 
Sloops, . 
Steamers, 
Steamer tuge, 



Number 

of 
Vessels 



*92 

*76 

8 

4 

17 

*47 



Tonnage 



3,539.86 

2,540.96 

607.78 

45.63 

369.48 

1,518.07 



The State, and Classification 
OF Commerce and Vessels. 



Ocean. 
Steamer tugs, 

Coastwise and Ocean. 
Steamers, . . . . 



Number 

of 
Vessels 



12 
12 

4 
4 



Tonnage 



733.33 
733.33 

265.57 
265.57 



* Includes one vessel, tonnage not given. 



COMMERCE. 



181 



OWIS'ERSHIP OF YBSSELS. 



Counties, Etc., Home Ports, and Kinds 

OF Vessels. 



BRISTOL. 

Fall River, .... 
Steamers, .... 

New Bedford, 

Steamers, .... 

ESSEX. 

Gloucester, .... 

Sloops 

Steamers 

Steamer tugs, 

Marblehead, .... 
Steamer tugs, 

Newburtport, 

Steamer tugs, 

Salem 

Steamer tugs, 

PLYMOUTH. 

Plymouth, .... 
Steamers 

SUFFOLK. 

Boston 

Schooners, .... 

Steamers 

Steamer tugs, 

OTHER STATES. 

Ells-worth, Me., . 

Steamers 



Number of 
Ves.seLs 



67 
8 
9 

60 



Amount Owned By — 



Citizens of 
JIassachusctts 



$39,000 
39,000 

48,500 
48,500 



$33,700 

2,100 

5,000 

26,600 

4,500 
4,500 

26,000 
26,000 

3,500 
3,500 



$4,000 
4,000 



$637,666 

93,100 

30,900 

513,666 



$2,200 
2,200 



Citizens of 
Other .States 



$80,809 

1,500 
79,309 



Total Value 



$39,000 
39,000 

48,500 
48,500 



$33,700 

2,100 

5,000 

26,600 

4,500 
4,500 

28,000 
26,000 

3,500 
3,500 



$4,000 
4,000 



$718,475 

93,100 

32,400 

592,976 



$2,200 
2,200 



RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES, ETC. 



Counties, Etc., and Kinds of Vessels. 



BRISTOL. 
Steamers, 

ESSEX. 

Sloops, 

Steamers 

Steamer tugs, .... 

PLYMOUTH, 
Steamers 

SUFFOLK. 

Schooners, .... 

Steamers, 

Steamer tugs 

OTHER STATES. 
Steamers 



Number of 
Vessels 



9 
9 

14 

4 
1 
9 

1 

1 

67 

8 

9 

50 

1 
1 



Amount Owned Br- 



Citizens of 
Massachusetts 



$87,500 
87,500 

$67,700 

2,100 

6,000 

60,600 

$4,000 
4,000 

$637,666 

93,100 

30,900 

513,666 

$2,200 
2,200 



Citizens of 
Other States 



$80,809 

1,500 
79,309 



Total Value 



$87,500 
87,500 

$67,700 

2,100 

5,000 

60,600 

$4,000 
4,000 

$718,475 

93,100 

32,400 

592,975 

$2,200 

2,200 



182 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



OWNERSHIP OF VESSELS — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



The State, and Kinds of Vessels. 



THE STATE. 

Schooners 

Sloops, 

Bteumers, 

Steamer tugs, . 



Number of 

Vtsscis 



92 

8 

4 

21 

59 



Amount Owned Bv 



Citizens of 

IMassactuisctts 



$799,066 

93,100 

2,100 

129,600 

574,266 



Citizens of 
Otlier States 



$80,809 



1,500 
79,309 



Total Value 



$879,875 

93,100 

2,100 

131,100 

653,575 



COMMERCE. 



183 



OFFICERS AND CREW REQUIRED TO MAN. 



Counties, Etc., Home Ports, axd Kinds 
OK Vessels. 



Number of 
Vessels 



BRISTOL. 

Fail River, .... 
Steamers, .... 

New Bedford, 

Steamers, .... 

ESSEX. 

Gloucester, .... 

Sloops, 

Steamers, .... 
Steamer tugs, 

Marblehead, .... 
Steamer tugs, 

NE WBURTPOBT , 

Steamer tugs, 

Salem, 

Steamer tugs, 

PLYMOUTH. 

Plymouth, .... 

Steamers, .... 

SUFFOLK. 
BOSTOK, 

Schooners, .... 
Steamers, .... 
Steamer tugs, 

OTHER STATES. 

Ellsworth, Me 

Steamers 



67 
8 
9 

50 



Number or Persons Required to 3Ian 



Officers 



11 

4 
2 
5 

2 
2 

6 
6 

2 
2 



121 
32 
16 
73 



Crew 



12 
12 

24 
24 



16 
3 
2 

11 



311 
39 
22 

250 



Total 



20 
20 

30 
30 



2T 

7 

4 

16 

4 
4 

15 
15 

5 
6 



432 
71 
38 

323 



RECAPITULATION. BY COUNTIES, ETC. 







NtniBER or 


Persons Required to ilAN 


Counties, Etc., and Kinds of Vessels. 


Number of 


















Officers 


Crew 


Total 


BRISTOL. 


8 


14 


36 


50 


Steamers 


8 


14 


36 


50 


ESSEX. 


14 


21 


30 


51 


Sloops, 

Steamers, 

Steamer tugs, 


4 

1 
9 


4 

2 
15 


3 

2 

25 


7 

4 

40 


PLYMOUTH. 


1 


2 


2 


4 


Steamers 


1 


2 


2 


4 


SUFFOLK. 


67 


121 


311 


432 


Schooners 

Steamers, 

Steamer tugs, 


8 

9 

50 


32 

16 
73 


39 

22 

250 


71 

38 

323 


OTHER ST.'^TES. 


1 


2 


o 


4 


Steamers 


1 


2 


2 


4 



1S4: 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



OFFICERS AND CREW REQUIRED TO MAN — Concluded. 
RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE. 



The State, and 


KixDS OF Vessels. 


Xumber of 
Vessels 


Number of 


Persons Required to 3Ian 


Officers 


Crew 


Total 


THE 

SchoonerB, 
Sloops, 


STATE. 


91 

8 

4 

20 

59 


160 

32 

4 
36 

88 


381 

39 
3 

64 
275 


541 

VI 

7 


Steamers 

Steamer tugs, 


100 
363 



Ocean Commerce. Under Foreign Flags. 



[185] 



mVESTMENTS A^D EARNINGS. 



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. 

City of BOSTON. 

[Number of vessels returned, 01; registered at Home Ports as follows: Liverpool, Eng.,31; Glasgow, 
Scot., 13; Great Britain, n. «., 12; Yarmouth, K. S., 3; Halifax, N. S., 1; Antigua, W. I., 1.] 



Investments and Eakkings. 



Value 



Vessels including outfit, 



Freight, . 
Passengers, 



I}ivestnie7Us. 



Earnings. 



$14,464,000 
14,464,000 

$6,014,074 

4,775,985 
1,238,089 



NUMBER AND VALUE OF VESSELS, WITH AGGRE- 
GATE AND AVERAGE RECEIPTS. 



Counties and 
Cities. 


KuMBER OF Vessels Cakkving 


Value of Vessels Cakrving 


Freight 
Only 


Freight and 
Passengers 


Total 


Freight 
Only 


Freight and 
Passengers 


Total 


SUFFOLK. 
Boston, . 


44 
44 


17 
17 


61 
61 


$12,124,500 
12,124,500 


$2,339,500 
2,339,500 


$14,464,000 
14,464,000 



NUMBER AND VALUE OF VESSELS, WITH AGGREGATE AND AVERAGE 

RECEIPTS — Concluded. 



Counties and 

Cities. 


Freight 


Passengers 


Amount 
Received 

for Freight 
and 

Passengers 


Average 
Gross 

Earnings 

per 

Vessel 


Percentage 
of Gross 


Tons 
Carried 


Amount 
Keceived 


Number 
Carried 


Amount 
Keceived 


Earnings of 

Value 
of Vessels 


SUFFOLK. 
Boston, . 


*1,247,057 
*1,247,057 


$4,775,985 
4,775,985 


81,446 
81,446 


$1,238,089 
1,238,089 


$6,014,074 
6,014,074 


$98,591 
98,591 


41.58 

41.58 



* Number of tons of freight carried by 12 vessels not stated. 

[187] 



i.88 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



NUMBER OF VESSELS AND TONNAGE: BY 
KINDS OF COMMERCE AND VESSELS. 



Home Ports 


AND 


Classification of Commerce and Vessels. 


Number of 
Vessels 


Tonnage 








ANTIGUA, W. I. 












Ocean. 


1 


232.00 










1 


232.00 


x>rigB, 






GLASGOW, SCOT. 












Ocean. 


13 


43,243.79 


Steamers, 








13 


43,243.79 


GREAT BRITAIN (Not Specified). 










Ocean. 


12 


22,915.00 


Steamers, 








12 


22,915.00 








HALIFAX, N, S. 












Ocean. 


1 


1,738.00 


Steamers, 




• 




1 


1,738.00 








LIVERPOOL, ENG. 












Ocean . 


31 


143,302.05 


Steamers, 








31 


143,302.08 






YARMOUTH, N. S. 










Ocean. 


3 


2,897.00 










1 
2 


1,417.00 


Rtpamprs 








1,480.00 













RECAPITULATION. 



Home Ports and Classification of Commerce and Vessels. 




Tonnage 



FOREIGN PORTS. 
Ocean. 



Barks, 
Brigs, 
Steamers, 



214,327.87 
214,327.87 

1,417.00 

232.00 
212,678.87 



COMMERCE. 



189 



OFFICERS AND CREW REQUIRED TO MA:^^. 



Home Ports and Kinds of Vessels. 



ANTIGUA, W. I. 
Brigs, 

GLASGOW, SCOT. 
Steamers, 

GREAT BRITAIN (Not Specified) 
Steamers, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 
Steamers, 

LIVERPOOL, ENG. 
Steamers 

YARMOUTH, N. S. 

Barks 

Steamers, 



Number of 
Vessels 



1 
1 

13 
13 

12 

12 

1 
1 

31 
31 



Number of Persons Required to Man 



Officers 



2 
2 

106 
106 

66 
66 

9 
9 

291 
291 

16 

2 

14 



Crew 



639 
639 

318 
318 

36 
36 

1,755 
1,755 



5 
91 



Total 



10 
10 

745 
745 

384 
384 

45 
45 

2,046 
2,048 

112 

7 
105 



EECAPITULATION. 



Home Ports and Kinds of Vessels. 



Number of 

Vessels 



FOREIGN PORTS. 

Barks 

Brigs, 

Steamers, .... 



61 

1 

1 

59 



Number of Persons Required to Man 



Officers 



Crew 



Total 



490 
2 
2 

486 



2,852 

5 

8 

2,839 



3,342 

7 

10 

3,325 



190 



CENSUS or MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



PORTS yiSITED. 



Ports in Massachusetts to Ports in — 



Foreign Countries. 


Number of 

Vessels 


Tonnage 


Number 

of Other Ports 

Visited 


British America. 
British Provincee (not specified) 

West Indies. 
West Indies (not specified) 

Europe. 

England, 

Great Britain (not specified) , 


3 
3 

6 
6 

50 

9 
41 


3,218.00 
3,218.00 

6,307.00 
6,307.00 

203,153.87 

43,698.87 
159,455.00 


III II II 



Ports in New York to Ports in- 



China, 



Asia. 




Ports in British America to Ports in — 



West Indies. 
"West Indies (not specified) 


1 

1 


232.00 
232.00 


1 

1 


Ports 


IN 


West Indies 


TO 


Ports in — 






British America. 
Nova Scotia, . 


1 
1 


232.00 
232.00 


1 
1 







COMMERCE. 



191 



CAEGO CARRIED TO PORTS YISITED. 



Classification of Cargo and Ports. 



Xumbcr of 

Vessels 



Tonnage 



Number 

of Other Ports 

Visited 



Cattle and Ge7ieral Jferc/uindlse. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Europe, . 



Fish and General Merchandise. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in British America, . 

Fruit, General Merchandise, and Passengers. 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in West Indies, . 

General Merchandise. 
Porte in Massachusetts to ports in Europe, . . . 



General Merchandise and Kerosene. 
Ports in New York to ports in Asia, 



General Merckaridise and Passengers. 

Ports in Massacliusetts to ports in British America, 
Ports in Massachusetts to ports in Europe, . 



Lvmher. 
Ports in British America to ports in West Indies, 

Molasses. 
Ports in West Indies to ports in British America, 



42 
42 

2 
2 

6 
6 

1 

1 

1 

1 



168,192.66 
168,192.66 

1,480.00 
1,480.00 

6,307.00 
6,307.00 

2,459.00 
2,459.00 

1,417.00 
1,417.00 

34,240.21 

1,738.00 
32,502.21 

232.00 
232.00 

232.00 
232.00 



Tabulae Analysis. 



Pages 

COMMERCE 135-191 

Coastwise and Ocean Commerce. Under American Flag, . . . 137-176 

Pilotage and Towage. Under American Flag, 177-184 

Ocean Commerce. Under Foreign Flags, 185-191 



Coastwise and Ocean Commerce. Under American Flag. 
Under this sectional title are included all vessels flying the American flag, engaged 
in commerce, exclusive of pilotage and towage, registered at the customs ports of 
Massachusetts; and all such vessels below the registry standard (imder five tons) , if 
owned wholly or in part by citizens of Massachusetts. Under coastwise commerce is 
included all vessels plying between ports on the American seaboard, while ocean com- 
merce includes vessels sailing between American and foreign ports. The returns 
comprise nine tabular presentations, each of which will be analyzed separately. 

Investments and Earnirigs. 

The first presentation relates to investments and earnings and is contained on pages 
139-145. The presentation shows, by cities and towns, the investments in coastwise 
and ocean commerce under the American flag, classified so as to show the following 
details : Buildings and fixtures, cash capital, credit capital, total cash and credit capital, 
land, vessels including outfit, wharves, aiad total investments ; and also earnings classi- 
fied so as to show whether derived from freight or passengers, with total earnings. 
Recapitulations with county and State aggregates appear on pages 143-14:5. 

Confining our attention in this analysis to these recapitulations we note that the in- 
vestments in coastwise and ocean commerce under the American flag for the State 
include, in an aggregate of $14,394,432, the following details : Buildings and fixtui'cs, 
§313,235; cash capital, $1,1.50,870 ; credit capital, §94,040; land, S352,414; vessels 
including outfit, $12,220,132 ; and wharves, $263,741. The cash and credit capital 
aggregate $1,244,910. It may be stated here that owing to omissions in the returns 
made on commerce, all of these amounts representing details of investment are smaller 
than actual figures would show. This is particular!}- true in regard to cash and credit 
capital, as over 30 jier cent of the firms and corporations did not include these two items 
in their returns. 

The total investments by counties are as follows : Barnstable, $510,364 ; Bristol, 
84,150,.359; Dukes, «43,G12 ; Essex, 8652,961 ; Middlesex, $94,700 ; Nantucket, $30,100; 
Plymouth, *14,810; and Sufi"olk, $8,897,526. It should be explained that in tabulating 
the investments by cities and towns, and therefore in making up the recapitulation by 
counties, the city or town in which the managing owner lived has been credited with 
the investment. The same explanation applies to the statistics of earnings. The port 
or ports at which the vessels, owned either wholly or in part in the several cities and 
towns, were registered is shown by a note preceding the statistics for the city or town, 
in the main presentation. 

Naturally, Suffolk County exceeds all others in the aggregate value of the invest- 
ments, and these are mainly credited to the city of Boston. The only investments 

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193 



reported in the county outside of Boston are cash capital $500, and vessels including 
outfit, f 15,000, from the city of Chelsea. 

With respect to earnings, the total amount reported for the State is $9,339,321 ; the 
amount derived from freight being $7,253,503, and from passengers, $2,085,818. In 
terms of percentages therefore, 77.67 per cent of the earnings is from freight and 22.33 
per cent from passengers. 

The earnings by counties are as follows : Barnstable, $235,380, wholly from freight ; 
BristoI,$2,565,116, of which f 1,4(52,654 represents freight and $1,102,462 passenger earn- 
ings ; Dukes, $21,590, the earnings from freight being $18,610 and from passengers 
12,980 ; Essex, $305,885, including f 274,626 from freight and $31,259 from passengers ; 
Middlesex, $56,000, of which $54,500 is from freight and $1,500 from passengers ; Nan- 
tucket, $17,274, the earnings from freight being $8,876 and from passengers $8,398; 
Plymouth, $16,326 wholly from freight; and Suffolk, $6,121,750, including $5,182,631 
from freight and $939,219 from passengers. 

There were 25 vessels reported and included in the returns relating to investments 
which were laid up or otherwise withdrawn from regular freight or passenger service 
during the Census year 1895, and, of course, from these no earnings were returned. 
These vessels are distributed by cities and towns as follows : Barnstable, Dennis, Fal- 
mouth, New Bedford, Beverly, and Gloucester, one each ; Fall River and Boston, six 
each ; Edgartown, three ; Nantucket and Salem, two each. 

Ntimber and Value of Vessels, tvith Aggregate and Average Beceipts, 
The second tabular presentation relating to coastwise and ocean commerce under 
the American flag shows the number and value of vessels carrying freight only, passen- 
gers only, and both freight and passengers, with earnings from freight and passengers 
separately and in the aggregate, the tons of freight carried, the number of passengers 
carried, the average gross earnings per vessel, and the percentages of gross earnings 
of value of vessels. This presentation, pages 146 and 147, is by counties, cities, and 
towns, followed by the State and county recapitulation. 

For the State, the returns include 461 vessels carrying freight only; 104 carrying 
passengers only ; and 50 carrying both freight and passengers ; the aggregate number 
of vessels engaged in carrying freight or passengers or both being 615, having an 
aggregate value of $12,086,982. The aggregate value of the investment in vessels and 
outfit as reported in the preceding presentation was $12,220,132, but this included cer- 
tain vessels which were laid up during the Census year and others not engaged in 
carrying either freight or passengers and therefore not reporting earnings, the number 
of such vessels, with values, being as follpws : 



Cities and Towns. 


Number of 

Vessels 


Aggregate 
Value 


Condition during Census Year 


Barnstable, 


1 


f 1,000 


Laid up. 


Dennis, . 










1 


1,500 


Anchor sweeping and wrecking. 


Falmouth, 










1 


300 


In use by scientific parties, etc. 


Fall River, . 










6 


55,850 


Laid up, 5 ; dock construction, etc., 1. 


New Bedford, 










1 


1,000 


Laid up. 


Edgartown, . 










3 


4,500 


Laid up. 


Beverly, 










1 


3,500 


Laid up. 


Gloucester, . 










1 


400 


Laid up. 


Salem, . 










2 


3,200 


Laid up. 


Nantucket, 










2 


1,400 


Laid up. 


Boston, , 










6 


60,500 


Laid up. 



The value of vessels carrying freight only is $5,099,763 ; passengers only, $447,032 ; 
and passengers and freight together, $6,540,187. In the aggregate there were 4,994,177 



194 CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 

tons of freight carried and 7,763,629 passengers transported, the earnings from each 
branch of the traffic, respectively, being $7,253,503, and $2,085,818, as shown in the pre- 
ceding presentation. The aggregate amount received for freight and passenger traffic 
was, as previously stated, $9,339,321, the average gross earnings per vessel being 
$15,186, equivalent to 77.27 per cent gross on the value of vessels. 

The percentages of gross earnings of value of vessels, by counties, are as follows : 
Barnstable, 48.58 ; Bristol, 73.91 ; Dukes, 57.84 ; Essex, 85.17; Middlesex, 64.70; Nan- 
tucket, 68.14; Plymouth, 128.05; and Suffolk, 80.43. These gross percentages do not 
in any way indicate net profit, as the latter depends upon expenses for wages, coal, 
food, and other supplies, wharfage, pilotage, etc. ; all of which must be met out of gross 
earnings. 

Number of Vessels and Tonnage: By Kinds of Commerce and Vessels, 

This is the third tabular presentation relating to coastwise and ocean commerce 
under the American flag. It is contained upon pages 148-150, the statistics being by 
cities and towns, with county aggregates, and a recapitulation for the State, given upon 
page 150. 

Referring to this recapitulation we note that of the entire mimber of vessels, 640, 
returns as to tonnage are not given for 49, the others, 591 in number, showing an aggre- 
gate tonnage of 275,663.62. 

The aggregate tonnage of the vessels engaged in coastwise traffic only (excluding 
from the grand total, 531, the 49 vessels for which tonnage is not reported), is 211,- 
147.86 ; of the 55 vessels engaged in ocean traffic only, 36,543.04 ; and of the 54 vessels 
engaged in both coastwise and ocean traffic, 27,972.73. 

Of the vessels engaged in coastwise commerce only, the largest aggregate tonnage 
is returned by the steamers. There are 101 such steamers, returns as to tonnage being 
supplied for all but two of them. The tonnage of the other 99 aggregates 93,572.91, or 
44.32 per cent of the total tonnage reported for the vessels engaged in coastwise traffic 
under the American flag. The next largest aggregate amount of coastwise tonnage 
is covered by the schooners, 247 in number, 238 reporting tonnage amounting to 
75,240.27. Next to the schooners rank the 52 coastwise barges, from four of which 
tonnage is not reported, the tonnage of the others aggregating 37,814.78. The other 
vessels in the coastwise traffic, flying the American flag include two barkentines, 34 
catboats, 15 lighters, four scows, 73 sloojis, together with one brig, one yawl, and one 
sail boat, not otherwise described. 

In ocean commerce exclusively, under the American flag, the returns show 55 ves- 
sels, aggregating 36,543.04 tonnage, and including seven barkentines, tonnage 3,979.61 ; 
20 barks, tonnage 15,663.21; eight brigs, tonnage 2,567.63; 12 schooners, tonnage 
3,585.76 ; and eight ships, tonnage 10,746.83. 

The number of vessels in both coastwise and ocean traffic is 54, the aggregate ton- 
nage being 27,972.73. These include two barges, one barkentine, seven barks, four 
brigs, 37 schooners (aggregate tonnage 18,794.82, or 67.19 percent of the total), two 
ships, and one steamer. 

Date of Establishment of Firms and Corporations. 

This presentation, pages 151 and 152, shows for the number of firms and corporations 
engaged in commerce under the American flag, the dates of establishment with the 
number established in each specified year, classified by cities and towns according to the 
residence of the managing owner, with recapitulations by counties and for the State. 

This table is chiefly valuable as showing the continuity of the firms or corporations 
existing in 1895, the Census year. A few points from the recapitulation, page 152, may 
be summarized. 

The firms or corporations in existence in 1895 include two which date their origin 
from early colonial times, one having been established in 1638 and one in 1670. The 
first is credited to Boston and the other to Gloucester. There are, besides these, nine 



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195 



which were established prior to 1850, all of them having originated within the present 
century, as follows: two in 1845, and one in each of the years 1824, 1825, 1828, 1836, 
1840, 1841, and 1846. 

Of the existing firms or corporations 14 were established in the decade 1850-1859, 
the others, not previously referred to, originating in the decades subsequent to 1859, as 
follows: 1860-1869, 18; 1870-1879, 68; 1880-1889, 120; and subsequent to 1889, 105. 
There were two firms or corporations for which the date of establishment was 
unobtainable. 

Firms and Corporations. Partners and Stockholders. 

This presentation, contained on pages 153-155, shows the number of firms, and the 
number of corporations engaged in specified kinds of commerce, together with the 
number of partners and stockholders in such firms and corporations, the total number 
of returns, and the aggregate number of partners and stockholders, by cities and towns, 
with county and State recapitiilations. 

For the State, the number of firms is 308, including 550 partners ; the number of 
corporations is 30, with 1,983 stockholders, the establishments thus aggregating 338, 
with 2,533 partners and stockholders. The firms interested in coastwise commerce only, 
number 266, with 442 partners ; and the corporations 24, with 1,702 stockholders. There 
are 16 firms engaged in ocean commerce only, with 26 partners ; while there are 26 
firms, with 82 partners, and six corporations, with 281 stockholders, engaged in both 
coastwise and ocean commerce. Of course, it will be borne in mind that this presenta- 
tion, like others of the series we are now reviewing, relates to commerce under the 
American flag. 

Owtiershij} of Vessels. 

The presentation, included on pages 156-158, shows, as will be seen by reference to 
the recapitulation for the State, page 158, that of the 640 vessels engaged in coastwise or 
ocean commerce under the American flag, the aggregate value is $12,220,132 ; the 
amount owned by citizens of Massachusetts represents $8,765,182 ; and the amount 
owned by citizens of other States, $3,453,544; while $1,406 represents the aggregate 
interest in ownership of foreigners. The foreign ownership is confined entirely to the 
schooners credited to Nantucket, as shown by the county recapitulation, pages 157 and 
158. Of the interest held by citizens of other States, $2,066,339, or 59.83 per cent of the 
entire amount, is in steamers Avhose home ports are in other States. The balance of the 
interest of citizens of other States, aggregating $1,387,205, is distributed among vessels 
whose home ports are in difi'erent counties as shown in the following summary, which 
also gives the kinds of vessels, with aggregate amount owned by citizens of other States : 



Barnstable, 


schooners. 






$163,676 


Nantucket, catboats, 


$3,300 


Bristol, 


barks, . 






1,092 


Suffolk, . barges, 


30,942 




schooners. 






103,876 


barkentines, 


33,849 




steamers, 






3,000 


barks, . 


70,958 


Dukes, 


schooners, 






4,600 


brigs, . 


17,708 




steamers. 






1,800 


schooners, . 


323,051 


Essex, 


schooners, 






4,420 


ships, . 


73,778 




scows, 






187 


sloops, 


750 




steamers, 






476 


steamers, . 


. 549,742 



Officers and Crew Required to Man. 
This presentation, the seventh in the series relating to commerce under the American 
flag, shows by home ports the number of vessels, classified by kinds, with the number 
of men required to man them, classified as ofiicers and crew. The presentation covers 
pages 159-161, the recapitulation by counties and for the State appearing on pages 160 
and 161. Only the vessels carrying crews in service during the Census year are 
included in the presentation, aggregating 609 ; 25 vessels of the entire fleet being out 
of commission during the year, as previously stated, and there being six barges in 
service but without crews. 



196 CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1 81),">. 

It requires 5,700 men to man these 609 vessels, 1,5U4 being officers, and 4,196 in the 
crews. The steamers take a larger number than any other type of vessel, the aggregate 
being 2,885, including 601 officers, and 2,284 comprising the crews. Next to the steamers 
rank the schooners, 292 in number, requiring 1,708 men, of whom 576 are officers, and 
1,132 forming the crews. These two t^^pes of vessels require 80.58 per cent of the 
aggregate number of men required to man the vessels of the fleet which were in 
commission under the American flag during the Census year. 

Principal Ports Visited. , 

The presentation, pages 162-167, shows the principal ports visited, classified by 
divisions, states, and countries, with number of vessels and tonnage. We summarize 
the aggregates under tlie diff"erent subheads as follows: the number of vessels sailing 
from ports in Massachusetts to ports in the North Atlantic States was 308, tonnage 
72,505,36 ; the number sailing to ports within the South Atlantic States was 14, tonnage 
22,703.94. There wei'e also six vessels which sailed from ports in Massachusetts to 
ports in British America, tonnage 1,799.43 ; 14 to ports in the West Indies, tonnage 
6,059.88; seven to ports in South America, tonnage 4,199.62; and seven to ports in 
Africa, tonnage 2,476.88. The presentation of course shows in detail the principal ports 
visited under each of the subheads specified, and also shows the number of other ports 
visited. 

Besides the Massachusetts vessels plying from Massachusetts ports to the ports 
above specified, the statistics also include Massachusetts vessels plying from ports in 
Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsyl- 
vania, ports in New England (not specified), Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Caro- 
lina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana to other 
United States and foreign i)orts ; also from ports in British America, West Indies, 
Mexico, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and ports in islands of the Pacific Ocean 
to various American and foreign ports. 

Cargo Carried to Prvicipal Ports. 
This tabular presentation covers pages 168-175. It shows quite fully the nature of 
the commerce carried on under the American flag in which Massachusetts is interested 
through ownership, The statistics are classified by cargo and ports, so as to show the 
number of vessels, with tonnage, engaged in transportation of the various specified 
cargoes between the ports specified, and the number of other ports visited. It is impos- 
sible to analyze this table in detail, nor is such analysis needed. Several of the ijrincipal 
lines may be referred to, however. There are 412 vessels (the tonnage of four not being 
reported), with an aggregate tonnage of 251,565.31, which were devoted to the transpor- 
tation of coal mainl}' from ports in ^Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, 
Maryland, and Virginia to various coastwise ports in America, and to South America, 
West Indies, British America, and Europe. The number of vessels carrying general 
merchandise only is 57, aggregate tonnage 41,967.66, the traffic being mainly from 
ports in Massachusetts and New York to coastwise ports, and to ports in British 
America, West Indies, South America, and to islands of the Pacific Ocean. Besides 
these, there are 50 vessels which carried general merchandise and i^asseugers, the 
aggregate tonnage being 63,159.58, mainly from ports of Massachusetts to coastwise 
ports ; 41 vessels, aggregate tonnage 7,375.43, carried granite from ports in Massachu- 
setts and Maine to coastwi.se ports; 44 others, aggregate tonnage 13,579.39, carried 
stone from ports in Massachusetts, Maine, and New York to other coastwise ports, and 
to British America ; 65 vessels, aggregate tonnage 41,067.94, carried ice from ports in 
Maine to ports in New York, Pennsylvania, and the South ; while one vessel, tonnage 
874.53, carried ice and lumber from ports in Massachusetts to ports in South America. 
Fifteen vessels, aggregate tonnage 3,506.43, were engaged in the transportation of 
logwood from ports in the West Indies and South America to Massachusetts, Rhode 
Island, and New York ; two others, tonnage 380.78, brought logwood and sugar from 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 197 

the West Indies to Massachusetts; while 41, aggregate tonnage 21,878.01, brouo-ht 
sugar from ports in Louisiana, West Indies, and South America mainly to Massachusetts 
and New York. Ninety-eight vessels, aggregate tonnage 41,187.13, carried lumber 
mainly from ports in the North to tliose in the South, or the reverse, while others car- 
ried cargoes of which lumber formed a part. The number of vessels carryiuo- passen- 
gers was 104, the aggregate tonnage reported being 2,091.63, not including, however, 
29 vessels for which no tonnage was reported. Most of these vessels were eno-ao-ed in 
local passenger traffic between ports in Massachusetts. 

Pilotage and Towage. Under American Flag. 
The returns relating to commerce under the above sectional head are included in 
three tabular presentations. As in the tables which have preceded them, the informa- 
tion is given by home ports, with county and State recapitulations. 

Number of Vessels and Tonnage : By Kinds of Commerce and Vessels. 

This showing is contained upon pages 179 and 180, the recapitulation for the State 
appearing upon page 180. This recapitulation shows that the entire number of vessels 
engaged in pilotage and towage under the American flag is 92, the aggregate tonnage 
returned being 3,539. 86, the tonnage of one vessel being omitted in this aggregate. In the 
coastwise traffic, exclusively, there are 76 vessels employed, comprising eight schooners, 
aggregate tonnage 607.78 ; four sloops, aggregate tonnage 45.63 ; 17 steamers, agore- 
gate tonnage 369.48; and 47 steamer tugs, of which the aggregate tonnage returned 
(one vessel being omitted) is 1,518.07. In the ocean traffic, exclusively, 12 steamer 
tugs are employed, having an aggregate tonnage of 733.33. Besides these, there are 
four vessels employed in both coastwise and ocean traffic, having an aggregate tonnage 
of 265.57. 

Of the entire number of vessels, namely 92, returned as engaged in pilotage and tow- 
age, for the State, 67 are credited to the city of Boston, no others being returned from 
Suffolk County ; and the aggregate tonnage returned is 2,781.16, the tonnage of one 
vessel being omitted. Of these 67 vessels, 55 were engaged in coastwise traffic, including 
eight schooners, nine steamers, and 38 steamer tugs ; and 12 in ocean traffic, these being 



steamer tugs. 



Oivnership of Vessels. 

This presentation is shown upon pages 181 and 182. The recapitulation for the State 
appears upon page 182 and shows that the aggregate value of the vessels engaged in 
pilotage and towage is $879,875, of which $799,066 represents the amount owned by 
citizens of Massachusetts, and f 80,809 that owned by citizens of other States. The 
ownership of citizens of other States is confined to the investment of Sl,500 in steamers, 
and $79,309 in steamer tugs. The amounts owned by citizens of Massachusetts repre- 
sent in detail the following: Eight schooners, aggregate value $93,100; four sloops, 
aggregate value $2,100; investments in steamers aggregating $129,600, and in steamer 
tugs aggregating $574,266. The total number of vessels, as shown in the preceding pres- 
entation, is 92 ; of steamers, 21 ; of steamer tugs, 59 ; a part of the value of the steamers 
and steamer tugs, as just stated, is held by citizens of other States, the aggregate value 
of the former being $131,100, and of the latter, $653,575. Of the total value of the ves- 
sels engaged in pilotage and towage, $718,475, or 81.66 per cent, is credited to the city 
of Boston. 

Officers atid Crew Required to Man. 
The presentation under this title appears upon pages 183 and 184. It shows, by 
home ports, the number and kinds of vessels, and the number of persons required to 
man the specitied vessels, classified as to officers and crew. The recapitulation for the 
State, given on page 184, summarizes the returns for 91 vessels, one vessel being laid 
up during the Census year 1895, and therefore not being included in the returns relative 
to officers and crew. The number of persons required to man these 91 vessels is 541, 



198 CENSUS OF 3IASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



160 being classified as officers and 381 as crew. By classes, the statistics are as fol- 
lows: Eight schooners, requiring 32 officers and 39 in the crew, aggregating 71 : four 
sloops, requiring four officers and three in the crew, aggregating seven ; 20 steamers, 
requiring 36 officers and 64 in the crew, aggregating 100 ; 59 steamer tugs, requiring 
88 officers and 275 in the crew, aggregating 363. Of the total number of men required 
to man the vessels returned in the aggregate for the State, -432 (as shown on page 183), 
or 79.85 per cent, are required for vessels returned from the city of Boston. 

Ocean Commerce. Under Foreign Flags. 

Under this final sectional head there are six tabular presentations relating to com- 
merce. They include the operations of regularly established lines only, having resident 
ao-ents in Massachusetts, and for that reason no returns appear except from the chief 
port, Boston. 

It is impossible to include in the Census returns the operations of foreign vessels 
■which may have taken cargoes in or ont of Massachusetts ports when not connected 
with established lines having resident agents here, as no data are of record enabling 
the Census office to make up a return, the only information in existence relating to such 
vessels being that contained on the manifests on the files at the custom houses. It will 
be understood that the Census returns under this head do not make a complete exhibit 
of the ocean commerce of the State carried on in foreign vessels, but of only that part 
which, as explained, is included within the operations of the regularly established lines 
of vessels. The presentations will now be considered seriatim. 

Investments and Earnijigs. 
This presentation appears upon page 187. It relates entirely to the city of Boston and 
the county of Suftblk, no ocean commerce under foreign flags being returned from any 
other port for the reasons previously stated. As shown in the note preceding the table, 
the number of vessels reported is 61 ; registered at home ports as follows : Liverpool, 
Eng., 31 : Glasgow, Scot., 13 ; Great Britain, n. s., 12 ; Yarmouth, i\ . S., 3 ; Halifax, X. S., 
1 ; Antigua, W. I., 1. The aggregate value of these vessels including outfit, as returned, 
is $14,464,000, and the earnings for the Census year aggregate $6,014,074, including 
$4,775,985 received from freight traffic and $1,238,089 received from passengers. 

Nimiber and Value of Vessels, with Aggregate and Average Seceipts. 
The statistics appear upon page 187. They show that of the total number of vessels, 
namely, 61, 44 were engaged in carrying freight only, and 17 both freight and passen- 
gers. The value of the vessels carrying freight only is $12,124,500, and of those carry- 
ing freight and passengers, f 2,339,500. The aggregate number of tons of freight car- 
vied, excluding 12 vessels, for which returns Avere not available, is 1,247,057, and the 
i"eceipts for freight traffic, $4,775,985. The aggregate number of passengers carried 
was 81,446, and the receipts for passenger traffic f 1,238,089. The aggregate amount 
received for freight and passengers was $6,014,074 ; the average gross earnings per 
vessel being $98,591, and the percentage of gro.ss earnings of value of vessels 41.58. It 
was necessary in some cases to estimate values and earnings, and, for that reason, the 
amounts given are less rather than greater than the actual. 

Number of Vessels and Tonnage : By Kinds of Commerce and Vessels. 

This presentation is shown upon page 188. In the aggregate, 61 vessels are in- 
cluded, comprising one bark, tonnage 1,417; one brig, tonnage 232 ; and 59 steamers, 
tomiage 212.678.87 ; the aggregate tonnage of all the vessels being 214,327.87. The 
largest number of vessels, as well as the largest aggregate tonnage, is credited to 
Liverpool, England, the vessels numbering 31 with an aggregate tonnage of 143,302.08, 
or 66.H6 percent of the total tonnage returned. The vessels credited to Glasgow, Scot- 
land, rank next (o those from Uverpool, numbering in the aggregate 13 steamers, with 
an aggregate tonnage of 43,243.79. 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 199 



Officers and Crew Required to Man. 

This presentation, contained upon page 189, gives the statistics of the vessels en- 
gaged in commerce under foreign flags, classified by kinds according to their several 
home ports, with the number of persons required to man such vessels in the aggregate, 
and classified as officers and crew. The 61 vessels credited to foreign ports require 
3,342 men, of whom 490 are classed as ofiicers and 2,852 as crew ; seven men are 
required upon the bark, and 10 upon the brig ; the others, 3,325 in number, are re- 
quired to man the steamers, which, in the aggregate, number 59, the number of officers 
required being 486 and the number comprising the crew, 2,839. 



Ports Visited. 
The presentation under this title, appearing upon page 190, shows for the 61 
vessels presented in the preceding tables, engaged in commerce under foreign flags, 
the ports visited, as well as the ports from which the vessels sailed during the Census 
year, with tonnage and number of other ports visited. The information may be sum- 
marized as follows : Out of the 61 vessels, there were 59 which sailed from ports in Mas- 
sachusetts to ports in British America, West Indies, or Europe ; of these, three sailed 
to the British Provinces, the aggregate tonnage being 3,218 ; six to the West Indies, 
aggregate tonnage 6,307 ; and 50 to European ports, either England or Great Britain 
(not specified), aggregate tonnage 203,153.87. There was one vessel which sailed from 
New York to China, aggregate tonnage 1,417 ; one which sailed between a port in 
British America and a port in the West Indies, aggregate tonnage 232 ; and one which 
sailed from a port in the West Indies to a port iu Nova Scotia, aggregate tonnage 232. 



Cargo Carried to Ports Visited. 

This final presentation of the series relating to the commerce of Massachusetts under 
foreign flags shows the number of vessels, tonnage, and number of other ports visited, 
with a classification of cargo carried and ports from whence the vessels sailed and to 
which they were destined. The statistics appear upon page 191. Of the 61 vessels, 42, 
the aggregate tonnage being 168,192.66, carried cattle and general merchandise from 
ports in Massachusetts to ports in Europe ; two, aggregate tonnage 1,480, carried fish 
and general merchandise from ports in Massachusetts to ports in British America ; six, 
tonnage 6,307, carried fruit, general merchandise, and passengers from ports in Massa- 
chusetts to ports in West Indies ; one, tonnage 2,459, general merchandise from ports in 
Massachusetts to ports in Europe ; one, tonnage 1,417, general merchandise and kero- 
sene from ports in New York to ports in Asia ; one, tonnage 232, lumber from a 
port in British America to a port in the West Indies ; bringing on the return voyage 
molasses from the West Indies to British America. Besides these, there were eight ves- 
sels, aggregate tonnage 34,240.21, which carried general merchandise and passengers 
from ports in Massachusetts to ports in British America and Europe, the last-named com- 
prising seven vessels, aggregate tonnage 32,502.21. 



Comparisons for 1885 and 1895. 

We present a series of four tables which supply comparisons for certain elements 
appearing in the Censuses of commerce in the years 1885 and 1895. To conform with 
the returns made in 1885 we have excluded, in this comparison, all vessels from our 
1895 showing that were not actually engaged in commerce during the Census year ; the 
latter includes vessels engaged in pilotage and towage, besides those laid up, etc. 
These comparisons are for State aggregates only. 

The first table shows the number of vessels and tonnage, classified by kinds of com- 
merce, with increases or decreases in 1895 as compared with 1885. 



200 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



Number and Tosmagk of Vessels and 

"Vears, with Increase (+), or Decrease (— ), 

IN 189S AS Compared with 1885. 



Kinds of Commerce 



Coastwise 



OcfHll 



Number of Vessels. 

1885, 

1895 

Increase (+), or decrease (— ), 

Tonnage of Vessels. 

1885, 

1895 

Increase (+), or decrease (— ), 



461 
509 

+48 

171,660.37 

202,095.26 

+30,434.89 



259 

115 

—144 



323,864.62 

249,900.40 

—73,964.22 



Coastwise 

and 

Ocean 



77 

52 

—25 



30,674.83 

27,767.01 

—2,907.82 



Aggregates 



797 

676 

—121 



526,199.82 

479,762.67 

—46,437.15 



The number of vessels engaged in coastwise commerce shows an increase of 48 in 
1895 over 1885. Ocean commerce, on the other hand, shows a decrease of 144 vessels 
in the decade mentioned. Similarly, the number engaged both in coastwise and ocean 
commerce has fallen off 25 vessels in the period considered. In the aggregate, the 
number of vessels engaged in commerce in 1895 shows a decrease of 121 as compared 
with 1885. 

Coastwise commerce shows an increase of 30,434.89 tons; ocean commerce, a 
decrease of 73,964.22 tons; coastwise and ocean commerce, a decrease of 2,907.82 
tons. The aggregate tonnage of vessels in 1895 shows a decrease of 46,437.15 as 
compared with 1885. 

The next table presents the total value of the vessels, classified as to ownership. 



Ownership of Vessels and Years, 

WITH Decrease (— ), 
IN 1895 AS Compared with 188.5. 



Ownership of Vessels. 

1885, 

1895, 

Decrease ( — ) , . 



Amount Owned By — 



citizens 

of 

Massachusetts 



^9,765,319 
9,062,758 
—702,561 



Citizens 

of 

Other States 



$3,928,031 
3,597,318 
—330,713 



Foreigners 



$14,217,254 
13,890.906 
—326,348 



Total Value 



$27,910,604 

26,550,982 

—1,359,622 



As would naturally be inferred from the fact that commerce shows a falling off in 
1895 as compared with 1885 in number of vessels and tonnage, the value of vessels shows 
a decrease in aggregate holdings of $1,359,622. An examination of the table shows 
general decreases for the three classes of ownership considered. 

The third table presents the receipts for the transportation of freight and passengers 
separately, and combined. 



Heceipts from Vessels and Years, 

WITH INCRKASK (-j-), 

IN 1895 AS Compared with 1885. 


Amount 

Keceivcd lor 

Freight 


Amount 

Keceived from 

Passengers 


Amount 

Heceived for 

Kreiiilit and 

from J'assengers 


Receipts from Vessels. 

1885 

1895, 

Increase (+) 


$10,731,637 

12,029,488 

+1,297,851 


$2,184,337 

3,323,907 

+1,139,570 


$12,915,974 

15,353,395 

+2,437,42] 



TABULAR ANALYSIS. 



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Uniform increases may be noted in the preceding table. Despite the falling off in 
the number of vessels, the increase in business done has been marked. The joint 
receipts for freight and from passengers in 1895 shows an increase of $2,437,421 over 
those reported in 1885. 

In the fourth and final table we summarize the aggregates for the three preceding 
showings. 



Aggregates and Years, 

WITH Increase (+), or Decrease (— ), 

IN 1895 AS Compared with 188.1. 



Number 

of 
Vessels 



Value 
of 

Vessels 



Tonnage 

of 
Vessels 



Receipts 
from 

Vessels 



Aggregates. 

1885, 

1895, 

Increase (+), or decrease ( — ), . 



797 

676 

-121 



$27,910,604 

26,550,982 

—1,359,622 



526,199.82 

479,762.67 

—46,437.15 



$12,915,974 

15,353,395 

+2,437,421 



AGRICULTURE. 



[203] 



Agricultural Products and Property: 



BY TOWNS. 



[205] 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS A:N"D PROPERTY. 



COUNTY OF BARNSTABLE. 

[In the case of those classified products, where the value is twenty-five or more per cent of the total 
value of products in a city or town, both tlie values and percentages are printed In full face type. 
In the column of percentages an asterisk (*) indicates less than one one-hundredth of one per cent.] 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Propektt. 




ages 


Town of Barnstable. 






Town of Bourne — Con. 






Products. 


$199,524 


100.00 


Property. 


$314,230 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


7,406 


3.71 


Land 


178,346 


56.76 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Buildings 


110,794 


35.26 


Dairy products 


36,558 


18.32 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


6,165 


1.96 


Food products, .... 


21 


0.01 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


11,876 


3.78 


Greenhouse products, . 


250 


0.12 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


6,949 


2.21 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


95 


0.05 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


100 


o.oa 


Liquors and beverages, 


9 


0.01 








Nursery products. 


20 


0.01 


Town of Brewster. 






Poultry products 


18,829 


9.44 


Products. 


$41,403 


100.00 


Wood products, .... 


7,582 


3.80 


Animal products, .... 


1,053 


2.54 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


212 


0.11 


Dairy products 


5,437 


13.13 


Cereals, 


5,136 


2.57 


Food products, .... 


- 




Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


56,694 


28.41 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


39,564 


19.83 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Meats and game, .... 


6,877 


3.45 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Vegetables 


19,876 


9.96 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Poultry products, .... 


3,629 


8.77 


pits, etc., 


395 


0.20 


Wood products 


1,103 


2.66 








Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Property. 


$5.50,912 


100.00 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Land, 


289,378 


52.53 


Cereals, 


263 


0.64 


Buildings, 


170,955 


31.03 


Fruits, ben-ies, and nuts, . 


21,563 


.■S2.08 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


33,624 


6.10 


Ilay, straw, and fodder. 


3,.564 


8.61 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


49,209 


8.93 


Meats and game 


790 


1.91 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


5,871 


1.07 


Vegetables, 


4,001 


9.66 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,875 


0.34 


Products from mines, quarries, 












pits, etc 


_ 


_ 


Tow^n of Bourne. 












Products. 


$57,485 


100.00 


Property. 


$167,968 


100.00 


Animal products 


3,667 


6.38 


Land 


119,944 


71.41 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


20 


0.04 


Buildings 


31,780 


18.92 


Dairy products 


10,480 


18.23 


Machines, implements, etc., 


6,527 


3.88 


Food products, .... 


2,950 


5.13 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


8,663 


5.16 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


1,054 


0.63 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 








Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Town of Cbathani. 






Poultry products 


3,886 


6.76 


Products. 


$.'58,112 


100.00 


Wood products, . . . . 


1,122 


1.95 


Animal products, .... 


2,679 


4.61 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


5 


0.01 


Other products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


12,569 


21.63 


Cereals 


387 


0.67 


Food products, .... 


1,350 


2.32 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


21,151 


36.79 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


8,426 


14.66 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Meats and game, . . . . 


846 


1.47 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Vegetables, 


4,538 


7.90 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Poultry products, .... 


9,507 


16.36 


pits, etc 


12 


0.02 


Wood products 


2,275 


3.92 



[207] 



208 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BARNSTABLE — Continued. 



Cities, Towss, Products 


' Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND PKOPEBTT. 




ages 


Town of rhathaiii — C 


on. 




Town of Eastham — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Wooden goods, . 


. 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Other products, . 


$262 


0.45 


Poultry products 


$13,041 


22.59 


Cereals 


299 


0.51 


Wood products 


1,143 


1.98 


Fruits, berries, and nuts. 


13,504 


23.24 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


9,402 


16.18 


Other products 


- 


- 


Meats and game, . 


240 


0.41 


Cereals, 


50 


0.09 


Vegetables, . 


5,969 


10.27 


Fruits, berries, and nuts,- . 


487 


0.84 


Products from mines, quai 


Ties, 




Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


6,890 


11.93 


pits, etc 


51 


0.09 


Meats and game 


197 


0.34 








Vegetables 


21,950 


38.01 


Property. 


$286,518 


100.00 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Land 


. 103,083 


35.98 


pits, etc 


_ 


_ 


Buildings, 


147,492 


51.48 








Machines, implements, etc 


15,459 


5.39 


Property. 


$145,714 


100.00 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


19,274 


6.73 


Land, 


63,830 


43.81 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


675 


0.23 


Buildings 


61,958 


42.52 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 


535 


0.19 


Machines, implements, etc., 


6,865 


4.71 








Domestic animals, etc., 


11,001 


7.55 


Town of Dennid. 






Fruit trees and vines, . 


2,024 


1.39 


Products. 


$55,065 


100.00 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


36 


0.03 


Animal products, . 


2,549 


4.63 








Clothing, needle work, etc. 


1 • ~ 


- 


Town of Falmontli. 






Dairy products, . 


8,211 


14.91 


Products. 


$159,845 


100.00 


Food products. 


106 


0.19 


Animal products 


8,670 


5.42 


Greenhouse products, . 


. 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


100 


0.06 


Hothouse and hotbed proc 


lucts. 


- 


Dairy products 


28,879 


18.07 


Liquors and beverages, 


. 


- 


Food products 


5,113 


3.20 


Nursery products. 


142 


0.26 


Greenhouse products, . 


6,391 


4.00 


Poultry products, . 


6,531 


11.86 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


40 


0.03 


Wood products, . 


1,419 


2.58 


Liquors and beverages. 


31 


0.02 


Wooden goods, . 


. 


- 


Nursery products. 


750 


0.47 


Other products, . 


. 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


10,285 


6.43 


Cereals 


231 


0.42 


Wood products, .... 


4,781 


2.99 


Fruits, berries, and nuts. 


32,861 


41.58 


Wooden goods, .... 


277 


0.17 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


7,046 


12.79 


Other products, . . . . 


47 


0.03 


Meats and game, . 


1,018 


1.85 


Cereals 


1,107 


0.69 


Vegetables, . 


4,751 


8.63 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


40,S11 


31.16 


Products from mines, qua 


rries, 




Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


24,486 


15.32 


pits, etc 


200 


0.36 


Meats and game, .... 


3,485 


2.18 








Vegetables, 


15,289 


9.57 


Property. 


$293,837 


100.00 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Land, .... 


129,207 


43.97 


pits, etc. 


303 


0.19 


Buildings, 


137,477 


46.79 








Machines, implements, etc 


;., . 8,9a3 


3.06 


Property. 


$669,281 


100.00 


Domestic animals, etc. 


14,791 


5.03 


Land 


311,976 


46.61 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,079 


1.05 


Buildings 


293,954 


43.92 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 


300 


0.10 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


17,254 


2.58 








Domestic animals, etc.. 


31,551 


4.72 


Town of Kant ham 


1. 




Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,311 


1.84 


Products. 


$57,742 


100.00 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,235 


0.33 


Animal products, . 


2,099 


3.64 








Clothing, needle work, etc 


., 


- 


Town of Harwich, 






Dairy products, . 


11,873 


20.56 


Products. 


$139,237 


100.00 


Food products. 


. 


- 


Animal products, . . . . 


3,574 


2.57 


Greenhouse products, . 


. 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


83 


0.06 


Hothouse and hotbed pro 


ducts, 12 


0.02 


Dairy products 


9,104 


6.54 


Liquor.f and beverages, 


— 


- 


Food products, . . . . 


650 


0.47 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



209 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BARNSTABLE — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


VtllUG 


Percent- 


AND Propertt. 


ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Harn-icli — Con. 






Town of Orleans — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Greenhouse products, . 


$25 


0.02 


Dairy products, .... 


$9,660 


86. .55 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


5 


* 


Food products 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


100 


0.28 


Kursery products. 




255 


0.18 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, . 




13,353 


9.59 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Wood products, . 




7,730 


5.55 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Wooden goods. 




3,386 


2.43 


Poultry products 


18,897 


33.79 


Other products, . 




1,334 


0.96 


Wood products 


649 


1.78 


Cereals 




314 


0.23 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, 




79,988 


57.40 


Other products, .... 


63 


0.17 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 




10,227 


7.35 


Cereals, 


828 


2.28 


Meats and game, . 




1,2SS 


92 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,870 


5.14 


Vegetables, . 




7,911 


5.68 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


6,012 


16.52 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Meats and game, .... 


443 


1.22 


pits, etc., 


7(5 


0.05 


Vegetables, 


3,181 


8.74 


Property. 


$586,218 


100.00 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Land 


281,760 


48.06 


pits, etc. 


~ 


~ 


Buildings 


250,834 


42.79 








Machines, implements, etc.. 


24,365 


4.16 


Property. 


$154,215 


100.00 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


24,993 


4.26 


Land 


56,890 


36.89 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,001 


0.68 


Buildings 


74,856 


48.54 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


265 


0.05 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


6,531 


4.23 








Domestic animals, etc.. 


13,288 


8.62 


Town of Maslipee. 






Fruit trees and vines, . 


2,650 


1.72 


Products. 


$25,187 


100.00 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Animal products, .... 


681 


2.70 








Clothing, needle work, etc., 


_ 


_ 








^ 






Town of Provincetown. 






Dairy products 


1,261 


5.01 








Food products 


75 


030 


Products. 


$32,752 


100.00 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Animal products 


1,591 


4.86 




- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


_ 


Dairy products 


4,824 


14.73 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Food products 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


933 


3.70 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Wood products, .... 


128 


0..5] 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


_ 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Cereals 


282 


1.12 


Poultry products, .... 


6,021 


18.38 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


18,780 


74.. 56 


Wood products 


12 


0.04 


Hay, 8ti-aw, and fodder, . 


1,328 


5.27 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Meats and game, .... 


440 


1.75 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Vegetables, 


1,279 


5.08 


Cereals 


3 


0.01 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,840 


8.67 


pits, etc 


_ 


_ 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


ia,43.> 


37.97 


Property. 


$126,697 


100.00 


Meats and game 

Vegetables, 


039 
4,387 


1.95 
13.39 


Land, 


98,341 


77.62 








Buildings 


22,835 


18.02 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Machines, implements, etc.. 


1,404 


1.11 


pits, etc., 






Domestic animals, etc., 


2,638 


2.08 








Fruit trees and vines, . 


1,479 


1.17 


Property. 


§87,631 


100.00 








Land, 


38,693 


44.15 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


_ 


_ 














Buildings 


37,290 


42.55 


Town of Orleans. 






Machines, implements, etc.. 


2,100 


2.40 


Products. 


$36,389 


100.00 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


6,875 


7.85 


Animal products 


1,286 


3.53 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


2,673 


3.05 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


~ 



210 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BARNSTABLE — Concluded. 



Cities, Toivks, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Prodccts, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town of Kandwicli. 






Town of Wellfleet. 






Products. 


$33,112 


100.00 


Products. 


$46,4.57 


100.00 


Animal products 


859 


2.59 


Animal products 


1,183 


2.55 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


5,900 


17.82 


Dairy products, .... 


12,433 


26.74 


Food products 


o 


0.01 


Food products 


72 


0.15 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


233 


0.50 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


18 


0.05 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


42 


0.13 


Liquors and beverages. 


51 


O.ll 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


2,702 


8.16 


Poultry products, . 


11,800 


25.41 


Wood products 


2,464 


7.44 


Wood products, .... 


1,110 


2.39 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


577 


1.74 


Cereals, 


7 


0.02 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


9,5S8 


28.96 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,041 


13.00 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


6,454 


19.49 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


5,417 


11.66 


Meats and game, .... 


942 


2.84 


Meats and game, .... 


710 


1.53 


Vegetables 


3,264 


9.86 


Vegetables 


7,405 


15.9* 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc. 


300 


0.91 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


$207,247 


100.00 


Property. 


$149,567 


lOO.OO 


Land 


108,273 


■52.24 


Land 


32,415 


21.67 


Buildings 


79,737 


38.47 


Buildings 


86,658 


57.94 


Machines, implements, etc., 


4,714 


2.28 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


5,150 


3.44 


Domestic animals, etc., 


8,068 


3.89 


Domestic animals, etc., 


13,699 


9.16 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


5,505 


2.66 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


11,645 


7.79 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


950 


0.46 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Town of Truro. 






Town of Yarniontb. 






Products. 


$60,666 


100.00 


Products. 


$50,945 


100.00 


Animal products 


1,847 


3.04 


Animal products 


2,313 


4.54 


Clothing, needle worJi, etc.. 


- 


~ 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


_ 


Dairy products, .... 


19,898 


32.80 


Dairy products, .... 


8,617 


16.91 


Food products, .... 


10 


0.02 


Food products 


43 


0.08 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,075 


2.11 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


40 


0.08 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 




Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


860 


1.69 


Poultry products 


11,303 


18.63 


Poultry products 


2,731 


5.36 


Wood products 


980 


1.62 


Wood products 


1,363 


2.6S 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


43 


0.07 


Cereals 


251 


0.49 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


8,346 


13.76 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


23,568 


50.19 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


6,013 


9.91 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


4,958 


9.73 


Meats and game 


1,236 


2.04 


Meats and game 


719 


1.41 


Vegetables 


10,984 


18.11 


Vegetables, 


2,407 


4.73 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


t 


- 


Property. 


$145,430 


100.00 


Property. 


$360,704 


100.00 


Land 


49,020 


83.71 


Land 


201,019 


.■in. 73 


Buildings 


67,153 


46.17 


Buildings 


135,242 


37.49 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


5,917 


4.07 


Machines, implements, etc., 


7,522 


2.09 


Domestic animals, etc., 


16,986 


11.68 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


13,045 


3.62 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


6,354 


4.37 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,876 


1.07 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 



PRODUCTS AND PKOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



211 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Tofvii of Adams. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, ben'ies, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pita, etc., . 

Ton-n of Alford. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, . . . , 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 



$181,3.50 

6,190 

109 

65,a51 

3,147 

400 

.53 

1,488 

14,064 

6,032 

126 

426 

3,565 

5,709 

55,504 

6,780 

15,277 

229 

$972,909 
524,998 
251,043 
27,581 
54,167 
98,845 
16,275 



$68,068 
3,944 

81,198 

1,232 

40 
640 

6,445 

2,479 

6 

50 
5,837 
1,887 
19,063 
2,444 
2,793 

10 

$225,973 

108,504 

76,049 

8,632 

22,603 

10,055 

130 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 

3.36 

0.06 

35.39 

1.71 
0.22 
0.03 
0.81 

7.63 
3.27 
0.07 
0.23 
1.93 
3.09 
30.11 
3.68 
8.29 

0.12 

100.00 

.53.96 

25.80 

2.84 

5.57 

10.16 

1.67 



100.00 
5.79 

31.14 

l.Sl 

0.06 
0.94 

9.47 
3.64 
0.01 
0.07 
8.58 
2.77 

as.oi 

3.59 
4.10 

0.02 

100.00 

48.02 

33.a5 

3.82 

10.00 

4.45 

0.06 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of Becket. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 



Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Chcsliire. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery jiroducts, 
Poultry products, 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 



Valne 



$95,837 

4,161 

34 

31,186 

1,594 

10 
546 

3,280 
17,134 

44 

709 

2,101 

20,797 

3,496 

7,515 

3,230 

$313,558 

144,142 

106,158 

13,831 

29,256 

9,8.56 

10,315 



$149,527 
5,554 

62,003 

1,360 



1,249 



6,807 


4.55 


7,427 


4.97 


4,840 


3.24 


5,002 


3.34 


38,318 


2.5.63 


6,521 


4.36 


10,396 


6.95 



50 

$539,274 

267,305 

194,605 

14,304 

46,877 

14,933 

1,250 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
4.34 
0.04 

32.54 

1.66 

0.01 
0.57 

3.42 
17.88 

0.05 
0.74 
2.19 
21.70 
3.65 
7.84 

3.37 

lOO.OO 
45.97 
33.86 
4.41 
9.33 
3.14 
3.29 



100.00 
3.71 

41.47 

0.91 



0.84 



0.03 

100.00 
49.57 
36.09 
2.65 
8.69 
2.77 
0.-23 



-^y . 



2] 2 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE — Continued. 



CiTiKs, Towns, Pkodccts, 

AND PrOPERTV. 



Tofru of Clarksburg. 

J'roducts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., . . . 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Dalton. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clotliiug, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereal !^ 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$92,013 

3,494 

104 

34,786 

1,448 

46 
816 

5,427 

7,936 

135 

497 

1,560 

22,677 

2,618 

6,899 

3,630 

$385,165 

189,523 

139,051 

13,225 

23,790 

8,276 

11,300 



$126,003 
8,033 

30,148 

1,117 
385 
107 

1,005 



100.00 
3.80 
0.11 

37.74 

1.57 

0.05 
0.89 

5.90 
8.62 
0.15 

0.54 

1.70 

24.65 

2.84 
7.50 

3.94 

100.00 
49.21 
36.10 
3.43 
6.18 
2.15 
2.93 



100.00 
0.37 

39.80 

0.89 
0.31 
0.08 
0.80 



7,292 5.79 
10,206 8.10 



2,758 

2,220 

32,481 

1,779 
8,302 

170 

$455,.388 

240,573 

144,408 

11,006 

31,462 

25,739 

2,200 



2.19 

1.76 

85.78 

1.41 

6.59 

0.13 

100.00 
52.83 
31.71 
2.42 
6.91 
5.65 
0.48 



Cities, Towns, Proddcts, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Tonu of Ei^remont. 

J'roducts. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Ilay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quari'ies, pits, etc., . 

Tofrn of Florida. 

Products. 
Animal jiroducts, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., . . . . . 

Pro2)erty. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$183,196 

7,468 

76,373 

2,615 



387 



Percent- 
ages 



8,829 


4.82 


4,626 


2.52 


12,577 


6.87 


3,795 


2.07 


34,911 


89.97 


6,682 


3.65 


4,733 


2.58 



$574,921 

259,181 

209,830 

15,209 

59,699 

31,002 



$62,630 
2,1.54 

81,767 

794 



457 

3.599 
5,063 

21 

555 

720 

18,663 

3,567 
5,268 



$149,474 

88,572 

31,203 

7,300 

18,125 

4,274 



100.00 
4.08 

41.80 

1.43 



0.21 



100.00 
45.08 
36.50 

2.65 
10.38 

5.39 



100.00 
3.44 

34.75 

1.27 



0.73 

5.75 

8.08 

0.03 
0.89 
1.15 
89.80 
5.70 
8.41 



100.00 
59.26 
20.87 

4.88 
12.13 

2.86 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



213 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Town's, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Oreat Barrington 

Prochicts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 
Land 



Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town or Hancock. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, ... 
Wooden goods, ... 
Other products, ... 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 



$247,780 

11,358 

45 

8.5,970 

6,644 

2,0(!5 

.369 

1,266 

11,655 

9,404 

2 

103 

15,152 

5,233 

73,686 

6,042 

18,093 

693 

$1,169,830 

587,751 

394,935 

23,692 

122,966 

34,961 

5,525 



$80,970 
4,141 

28,102 

846 



492 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



100.00 
4.58 
0.02 

34.70 

2.68 
0.83 
0.15 
0.51 

4.70 
3.80 

* 

0.04 

6.12 

2.11 

29.74 

2.44 
7.30 

0.28 

100.00 

50.24 

33.76 

2.03 

10.51 

2.99 

0.47 



100.00 
.5.11 

34.71 

1.05 



0.61 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Pkopeuty. 



Value 



3,993 


4.93 


5,152 


6.36 


12 


0.01 


5,617 


6.94 


2,114 


2.61 


18,509 


22.86 


4,113 


5.08 


7,879 


9.73 



$359,521 

204,439 

110,106 

10,901 

28,699 

5,326 

50 



100.00 
56.87 
30.63 
3.03 
7.98 
1.48 
0.01 



Toi%-n of Hinsdale. 

Products, 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of lianesborougli. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, . 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$119,839 
5,248 

46,629 

1,797 



1,225 

5,121 
6,343 

926 

3,075 

2,098 

31,724 

5,739 
9,914 



$347,315 

132,897 

142,060 

18,032 

41,041 

13,285 



$149,026 
5,462 

61,316 

1,662 

68 
1,422 

6,250 
3,668 

5 

7,252 

5,296 

41,590 

5,358 
9,677 



$542,352 

282,746 

185,628 

13,100 

38,277 

22,351 

250 



214 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Prodccts, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND PrOPEBTY. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Tonu of liee. 






Town of Monterey. 






Products. 


$215,711 


100.00 


Products. 


$94,432 


100.00 


Animal products, . . . • 


9,011 


4.18 


Animal products 


4,024 


4.26 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


67,598 


31.33 


Dairy products 


31,303 


33.15 


Food products 


2,846 


1.32 


Food products, .... 


1,558 


1.65 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


41 


0.02 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


1,982 


0.92 


Liquors and beverages, 


749 


0.79 


Nursery products. 


20 


0.01 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


12,364 


5.73 


Poultry products, .... 


4,105 


4.35 


Wood products 


11,349 


5.26 


Wood products 


5,524 


5.85 


Wooden goods, .... 


13 


0.01 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


447 


0.21 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


7,022 


3.25 


Cereals 


3,867 


4.09 


Fruits, ben-ies, and nuts, . 


7,484 


3.47 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,442 


2.59 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


S9,S4a 


27.79 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


31,276 


33.12 


Meats and game, .... 


4,740 


2.20 


Meats and game 


3,720 


3.94 


Vegetables 


15,540 


7.20 


Vegetables 


5,864 


6.21 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc 


15,318 


7.10 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Property. 


$782,710 


100.00 


Property. 


$519,629 


100.00 


Land, 


352,001 


44.97 


Laud 


266,175 


51.22 


Buildings 


319,503 


40.82 


Buildings 


182,024 


35.03 


Machines, implements, etc., 


22,590 


2.88 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


19,385 


3.73 


Domestic animals, etc., 


50,694 


6.48 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


41,526 


7.99 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


18,287 


2.34 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10,519 


2.03 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


19,635 


2.51 


Miue.s, quarries, pits, etc., . 
Town of 9Iount W'asliiug- 


"■ 


^ 


Town of lienox. 






ton. 






Products. 


$171,804 


100.00 


Products. 


$16,099 


100.00 


Animal products 


6,704 


3.90 


Animal products, .... 


648 


4.02 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


51,337 


29.88 


Dairy products, .... 


4,651 


28.89 


Food products 


2,395 


1.40 


Food products, .... 


360 


2.24 


Greenhouse products, . 


12,050 


7.01 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


407 


0.24 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


986 


0.57 


Liquors and beverages. 


20 


0.12 


Nursery products, 


670 


0.39 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


8,739 


5.09 


Poultry products, .... 


1,520 


9.44 




3,733 


2.17 


Wood products 


964 


5.99 


"Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


5 


0.03 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


6,803 


3.96 


Cereals, 


1,265 


7.86 


Fruits, beiTies, and nuts, . 


4,607 


2.68 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


66 


0.41 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


51,109 


29.75 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


4,622 


38.71 


Meats and game, . . . . 


5,155 


3.00 


Meats and game 


1,004 


6.24 


Vegetables, 


17,109 


9.96 


Vegetables 


974 


6.05 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quan-ies. 






pits, etc 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Propert]/. 


$1,159,479 


100.00 


Property. 


$117,359 


100.00 




675,135 


58.23 


Land 


54,590 


46.52 


Buildings, 


392,444 


33.85 


Buildings, 


52,156 


44.44 


Machines, implements, etc., 


24,755 


2.13 


Machines, Implements, etc., 


2,428 


2.07 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


48,900 


4.22 


Domestic animals, etc., 


6,482 


5.52 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


17,145 


1.48 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


1,703 


1.45 




1,100 


0.09 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


~ 


~ 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



215 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Tonn of Bfcw AsUford. 






City of NORTH ADAMM. 






Products. 


$21,638 


100.00 


Products. 


$145,817 


100.00 


A uimal products, .... 


1,183 


5.47 


Animal products 


4,581 


3.14 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


6,985 


33.S8 


Dairy products, .... 


.'^9,600 


40.87 


Food products, .... 


10 


0.05 


Food products 


1,480 


1.01 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,089 


0.75 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


691 


0.47 


Liquors and beverages, 


119 


0.55 


Liquors and beverages. 


55 


0.04 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


100 


0.07 


Poultry products 


1,199 


5.54 


Poultry pi-oducts, .... 


6,148 


4.22 


Wood products, .... 


1,710 


7.90 


Wood products 


7,542 


5.17 


Wooden goods, . « . . 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


15 


0.01 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


1,362 


6.29 


Cereals, 


3,261 


2.24 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


656 


3.03 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,566 


1.76 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


6,013 


37.79 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


41,337 


38.35 


Meats and game 


679 


3.14 


Meats and game 


3,li52 


2.16 


Vegetables, 


1,722 


7.96 


Vegetables 


12,816 


8.79 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


- 


- 


pits, etc 


1,384 


0.95 


Property. 


$83,993 


100.00 


Property. 


$847,033 


100.00 


Land, 


44,220 


52.65 


Land, 


510,103 


60.22 


Buildings, 


25,690 


30.58 


Buildings 


239,072 


28.22 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


3,194 


3.80 


Machines, implements, etc., 


22,121 


2.61 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


9,102 


10.84 


Domestic animals, etc., 


37,407 


4.42 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


1,787 


2.13 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


28,530 


3.37 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


9,800 


1.16 


Town of »w :HarIboi'' 

Ollgll. 






Town of Otis. 






Products. 


$213,927 


100.00 


Products. 


$59,383 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


11,460 


5.36 


Animal products 


3,506 


5.91 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


197 


0.09 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


75,01.5 


35. 07 


Dairy products 


17,453 


39.39 


Food products 


4,344 


2.03 


Food products 


1,884 


3.17 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


2,574 


1.20 


Liquors and beverages. 


357 


0.60 


Nursery products. 


- 




Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


8,009 


3.74 


Poultry products, .... 


5,344 


9.00 


Wood products, .... 


18,880 


8.83 


Wood products 


7,157 


12.05 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


1 


« 


Other products 


5 


* 


Other products, .... 


79 


0.13 


Cereals 


11,572 


5.41 


Cereals, 


849 


1.43 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


5,079 


2.37 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


899 


1..52 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


59,983 


38.04 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


15,380 


35.73 


Meats and game, .... 


6,473 


3.03 


Meats and game, .... 


3,057 


5.15 


Vegetables, 


10,337 


4.83 


Vegetables 


3,517 


5.92 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Property. 


$910,317 


100.00 


Property. 


$245,607 


100.00 


Land, 


427,494 


46.96 


Land 


122,102 


49.71 


Buildings 


321,499 


35.32 


Buildings 


85,366 


34.76 


Machines, implements, etc., 


34,005 


3.73 


Machines, implements, etc., 


8,511 


3.47 


Domestic animals, etc 


103,084 


11.32 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


24,540 


9.99 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


23,910 


2.63 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


5,038 


2.05 




325 


0.04 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


50 


0.02 



216 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Pkodccts, 


Viiliic 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Prodccts, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Proi>ertt. 




ages 


AND Propertt. 




ages 


Tumi of Peru. 






Town of Ricbniond. 






Products. 


$56,414 


100.00 


Products. 


$84,811 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


2,347 


4.16 


Animal products 


3,768 


4.43 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


19,777 


35.06 


Dairy products, .... 


30,466 


35.92 


Food products, .... 


980 


1.74 


Food products 


832 


0.98 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and liotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


246 


0.43 


Liquors and beverages, 


248 


0.29 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


2,235 


3.96 


Poultry products 


7,678 


9.05 


Wood products 


5,197 


9.21 


Wood products, .... 


3,016 


3.56 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


44 


0.08 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


771 


1.37 


Cereals 


7,193 


8.48 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


54f; 


0.97 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,485 


4.11 


Hay, stiaw, and fodder, . 


18,903 


33.31 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


ai,6i9 


25.49 


Meats and game, .... 


2,322 


4.11 


Meats and game 


2,472 


2.92 


Vegetables 


3,046 


5.40 


Vegetables 


4,044 


4.77 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Property. 


$159,050 


100.00 


Property. 


$300,350 


100.00 


Land 


83,866 


52.73 


Land 


132,034 


43.96 


Buildings, 


48,105 


30.25 


Buildings, 


120,445 


40.10 


Machines, implements, etc., 


4,572 


2.87 


Machines, implements, etc., 


13,135 


4.37 


Domestic animals, etc., 


19,078 


11.99 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


28,297 


9.42 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,429 


2.16 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


6,439 


2.15 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quan-ies, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


City of I»ITT.SFIEI,». 






Town of Sstnclisfield. 






Products. 


$290,640 


100.00 


Products. 


$123,150 


100.00 


Animal products 


8,497 


2.92 


Animal products 


5,667 


4.60' 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


45 


0.04 


Dairy products, .... 


84,4S4 


29.05 


Dairy products, .... 


.50,907 


41.34 


Food products 


4,800 


1.65 


Food products, .... 


4,133 


3.36 


Greenhouse products, . 


11,032 


3.80 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


855 


0.29 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


3,519 


1.21 


Liquors and beverages, 


791 


0.64 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


16,142 


5.55 


Poultry products, .... 


5,861 


4.76 




5,710 


1.97 


Wood iiroducts 


8,703 


7.07 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


5 


* 


Other products, .... 


118 


0.09 


Cereals, 


12,066 


4.15 


Cereals, 


1,597 


1.30 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,357 


2.19 


Fruits, ben-ies, and nuts, . 


1,537 


1.25 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


98,383 


33.83 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


31,823 


25.84 


Meats and game 


5,835 


2.01 


Meats and game, . . . . 


4,957 


4.02 


Vegetables 


30,630 


10.54 


Vegetables, 


6,983 


5.67 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






Ijits, etc 


2,385 


0.82 


pits, etc 


28 


0.02 


Property. 


$1,716,593 


100.00 


Property. 


$375,071 


100.00 


Land 


711,307 


41.44 


Land 


159,461 


42.52 




771,775 


44.96 


Buildings 


147,626 


39.36 


Machines, implements, etc., 


49,661 


2.89 


Machines, implements, etc., 


13,172 


3.51 


Domestic animals, etc., 


158,189 


9.22 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


43,708 


11.65 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


18,561 


1.08 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,879 


2.63 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


7,100 


0.41 


Jlines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,225 


0.33 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



217 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Tkoducts, 
AND Propektt. 



Value 



Town Of Savoy. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairj- products, . 
Food products, 
Greenliouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, ... 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quari-ies, pits, etc., . 

Town of SIiefHeld. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$85,3.55 
4,121 

31,391 

1,115 



222 



5,766 


6.76 


9,076 


10.63 


71 


O.OS 


193 


0.23 


345 


0.40 


744 


0.S7 


33,037 


3.^.83 


2,621 


3.07 


7,753 


9.08 



$186,108 
98,751 
44,933 
10,674 
25,444 
6,281 
25 



$268,518 
11,758 

86,398 

7,007 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
4.S3 

36.G6 

1.31 



0.26 



100.00 

.53.06 

24.14 

5.74 

13.67 

3.38 

0.01 



100.00 
4.38 

33.18 

2.61 



1,679 



14,611 


5.44 


11,702 


4.36 


427 


0.16 


22,506 


8.38 


7,591 


2.83 


75,973 


38.39 


12,937 


4.82 


15,929 


5.93 



$1,331,179 

681,001 

457,585 

42,310 

112,847 

36,436 

1,000 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property'. 



0.62 



100.00 
51.16 
34.37 

3.18 
8.48 
2.74 
0.07 



Tonsil of Stockbridge. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products. 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Proi^erty. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Tyriugliaiii. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hotliouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetaljles, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$237,008 

9,093 

200 

6.5, .503 

1,186 

6,900 

431 

724 

10,318 
5,083 

766 
11,305 

4,823 

78,687 

4,528 

26,011 

11,450 

$1,368,097 
606,037 
632,001 
29,003 
73,161 
16,394 
11,501 



$73,009 

2,826 

34,034 

1,663 



387 

2,267 
3,219 
6 
2,074 
1,997 
2,868 
36,371 
1,945 
3,4.52 



$281,562 

157,285 

83,728 

8,576 

23,912 

8,011 

50 



100.00 

3.84 

O.OS 

37.64 

0.50 
2.91 
0.18 
0.31 

4.35 
2.14 

0.32 

4.77 

2.04 

33.30 

1.91 
10.98 

4.83 

100.00 
44.30 
46.19 
2.12 
5.35 
1.20 
0.84 



100.00 
3.87 

33.93 

2.28 



0.53 

3.10 
4.41 
0.01 
2.84 
2.74 
3.93 
3.5.98 
2.66 
4.73 



100.00 
55.86 
29.74 
3.05 
8.49 
2.84 
0.02 



218 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Vslll6 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Washington. 






Town of Willianistown. 






Products. 


$97,940 


100.00 


Products. 


$364,446 


100.00 


Animal products 


4,987 


5.09 


Animal products, .... 


13,944 


3.83 


Clotliing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


91 


0.03 


Dairy products 


36,226 


36.99 


Dairy products 


129,391 


35.50 


Food products, .... 


559 


0.57 


Food products, .... 


8,104 


2.22 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


90 


0.03 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


665 


0.18 


Liquors and beverages. 


388 


0.40 


Liquors and beverages, 


2,865 


0.79 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


4,569 


4.66 


Poultry products 


18,380 


5.04 


Wood products, .... 


8,719 


8.90 


Wood products 


11,960 


3.28 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


147 


0.04 


Other products, .... 


58 


0.06 


Other products, . . . . 


376 


0.10 


Cereals, 


3,405 


3.48 


Cereals 


12,612 


3.46 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


558 


0.57 


Fruits, beiTies, and nuts, . 


15,287 


4.19 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


29,442 


30.06 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


99,003 


27.17 


Meats and game, .... 


2,585 


2.64 


Meats and game 


9,811 


2.69 


Vegetables 


6,444 


6.58 


Vegetables 


41,023 


11.26 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


697 


0.19 


Propei-ty. 


$302,381 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,764,831 


100.00 


Land, 


173,257 


57.30 


Land 


932,030 


52.81 


Buildings, 


89,010 


29.44 


Buildings, 


501,492 


28.42 


Machines, Implements, etc.. 


9,118 


3.01 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


50,758 


2.88 


Domestic animals, etc., 


28,933 


9.57 


Domestic animals, etc., 


97,457 


5.52 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


2,063 


0.68 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


156,699 


8.88 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


26,395 


1.49 


Town of YVest Stockbridge. 






Town of Wiuflsor. 






Products. 


$81,461 


100.00 


Products. 


$104,516 


100.00 


Animal products 


3,202 


3.93 


Animal products, .... 


3,939 


3.77 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


100 


0.12 


Clothing, needle work,' etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


26,736 


32.82 


Dairy products 


47,037 


45.00 


Food products 


1,398 


1.72 


Food products, .... 


766 


0.73 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


20 


0.02 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


1,169 


1.44 


Liquors and beverages, 


191 


0.18 


Mursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


4,583 


5 63 


Poultry products 


6.185 


5.92 


Wood products 


3,699 


4.54 


Wood products, .... 


2,475 


2.37 


Wooden goods 


36 


0.04 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Other products 


2 


* 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


4,735 


5.81 


Cereals, 


1,422 


1.36 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,110 


3.82 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


554 


0.53 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


23,144 


28.41 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


31,760 


30.39 


Meats and game 


3,637 


4.47 


Meats and game 


3,817 


3.66 


A'egetables, 


5,759 


7.07 


Vegetables 


6,370 


6.10 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


131 


0.16 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Property. 


$398,657 


100.00 


Property. 


$225,424 


100.00 


Land, 


17,3,174 


43.44 


Land 


118,280 


52.47 


Buildings, 


153,366 


38.47 


Buildings, 


60,400 


26.79 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


9,180 


2.30 


Machines, implements, etc., 


10,886 


4.83 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


29,740 


7.46 


Domestic animals, etc., 


28,849 


12.80 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


20,762 


5.21 


Fvuit trees and vines, . 


7,009 


3.11 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


12,435 


3.12 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 



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219 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BRISTOL. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propertt. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Towu of Acusbnet. 






Town of Berkley. 






l^roducts. 


$234,817 


100.00 


Products. 


$148,923 


100.00 


Animal products, . . . . 


13,475 


5.74 


Animal products 


4,685 


3.15 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


225 


0.09 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


19 


0.01 


Dairy products 


41,906 


17.85 


Dairy products, .... 


43,170 


88.99 


Food products 


2,674 


1.14 


Food products 


248 


0.17 


Greenhouse products, . 


20 


0.01 


Greenhouse products, . 


300 


0.20 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


866 


0.58 


Liquors and beverages. 


244 


0.10 


Liquors and beverages, 


267 


0.18 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


31,599 


13.46 


Poultry products 


27,209 


1S.27 


Wood products, .... 


33,624 


14.32 


Wood products, .... 


8,406 


5.64 


Wooden goods, .... 


230 


0.10 


Wooden goods, .... 


198 


0.13 


Other products, .... 


61 


0.03 


Other products, .... 


12 


0.01 


Cereals 


3,543 


1.51 


Cereals 


2,798 


1.88 


Fruits, berries, and nuta, . 


18,908 


8.05 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


12,418 


8.34 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


51,497 


21.93 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


27,958 


18.77 


Meats and game, .... 


3,369 


1.43 


Meats and game, .... 


2,661 


1.79 


Vegetables 


31,064 


13.23 


Vegetables, 


17,635 


11.84 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


2,378 


1.01 


pits, etc., 


73 


0.05 


Property. 


$891,823 


100.00 


Property. 


$547,692 


100.00 


Land, 


374,135 


41.95 


Land 


225,453 


41.16 


Buildings, 


389,141 


43.64 


Buildings, 


252,470 


46.10 


Machines, implements, etc., 


38,178 


4.28 


Machines, implements, etc., 


23,262 


4.25 


Domestic animals, etc., 


49,802 


5.58 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


36,583 


6.68 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


29,481 


3.31 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


8,034 


1.47 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


11,085 


1.24 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,890 


0.34 


Town of AttleborouiTli. 






Town of Dartnionth. 






Products. 


$190,575 


100.00 


Products. 


$697,407 


100.00 


Animal products 


7,941 


4.17 


Animal products 


52,165 


7.48 


Clothing, needle work, etc, 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


42 


0.01 


Dairy products 


83,777 


43.96 


Dairy products, .... 


172,661 


24.76 


Food products 


1,134 


0..'i9 


Food products 


4,955 


0.71 


Greenhouse products, . 


3,000 


1.57 


Greenhouse products, . 


300 


0.04 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


29 


0.01 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


750 


0.11 


Liquors and beverages. 


176 


0.09 


Liquors and beverages. 


272 


0.04 


Nursery products, . . 


- 


- 


Nursery products, . . 


130 


0.02 


Poultry products, .... 


28,908 


15.17 


Poultry products, . . 


72,433 


10.39 


Wood products, , . . . 


6,973 


3.66 


Wood products 


69,493 


9.96 


Wooden goods 




- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other pi-oducts, .... 




- 


Other products, .... 


2,911 


0.42 


Cereals, 


1,503 


0.79 


Cereals, 


15,084 


2.16 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,412 


1.27 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


12,842 


1.84 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


37,520 


19.69 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


170,602 


24.46 


Meats and game, .... 


138 


0.07 


Meats and game 


10,210 


1.46 


Vegetables 


16,879 


8.86 


Vegetables 


102,612 


14.71 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


185 


0.10 


pits, etc 


9,945 


1.43 


Property. 


$577,459 


100.00 


Property. 


$2,605,971 


100.00 




203,957 


.35.32 


Land, 


1,309,855 


50.26 


Buildings, 


297,555 


51 ..53 


Buildings, 


999,419 


38.35 


Machines, implements, etc., 


20,051 


3.47 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


95,323 


3.66 


Domestic animals, etc., 


42,677 


7.39 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


163,354 


6.27 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,409 


2.15 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


30,280 


1.16 




810 


0.14 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


7.740 


0.30 



220 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BRISTOL — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Prodccts, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Propertt. 




ages 


Tonn of Digrliton. 






Town of Fairhaven. 






I'rotltictn. 


$212,593 


100.00 


/'redacts. 


$179,446 


100.00 


Animal products, . . . . 


4,707 


2.21 


Animal products, .... 


11,124 


6.20 


Clothinjr, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


27,244 


12.82 


Dairy products, .... 


38,699 


21.57 


Food products, .... 


1,855 


0.87 


Food products, .... 


1,943 


1.08 


Greenliouse products, . 


4,310 


2.03 


Greenhouse products, . 


330 


0.18 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


8,334 


3.92 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


115 


0.06 


Liquors and beverages, 


305 


0.14 


Liquors and beverages. 


33 


0.02 


Nursery products. 


3,190 


1.50 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


32,784 


15.42 


Poultry products, .... 


29,051 


16.19 


Wood products 


10,698 


5.03 


Wood products 


15,399 


8.58 


Wooden goods 


413 


0.19 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products 


30 


0.02 


Cereals, 


2,528 


1.19 


Cereals 


2,005 


1.12 


Fruits, ben-ies, and nuts, . 


42,290 


19.89 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,609 


4.24 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


32,037 


15.07 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


44,205 


24.63 


Meats and game 


3,4.i4 


1.63 


Meats and game, .... 


2,644 


1.47 


Vegetables 


35,543 


16.72 


Vegetables, 


26,249 


14.63 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc. 


2,901 


1.37 


pits, etc., 


10 


0.01 


Property. 


$704,004 


100.00 


Property. 


$780,999 


100.00 


Land, 


267,406 


37.98 


Land 


386,910 


49.54 


Buildings 


347,118 


49.31 


Buildings, 


318,519 


40.78 


Machines, implements, etc., 


34,149 


4.85 


Machines, implements, etc., 


26,980 


3.45 


Domestic animals, etc., 


41,793 


5.94 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


37,851 


4.85 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10,038 


1.42 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10,.589 


1.36 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,500 


0.50 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


150 


0.02 


Town of Easton. 






City of FAtli RIVER. 






Products. 


$181,944 


100.00 


Products. 


$164,739 


100.00 


Animal products 


8,779 


4.83 


Animal products 


2,568 


1..56 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


96 


0.06 


Dairy products, .... 


53,394 


29.3.5 


Dairy products, .... 


35,698 


21.67 


Food products 


1,592 


0.87 


Food products 


140 


0.09 


Greenhouse products, . 


3,025 


1.66 


Greenhouse products, . 


17,795 


10.80 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


7 


* 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


649 


0.39 


Liquors and beverages, 


18 


0.01 


Liquors and beverages. 


706 


0.43 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


26,971 


14.82 


Poultry products, .... 


23,624 


14.34 


Wood products 


20,681 


11.37 


Wood products 


18,614 


11.30 


Wooden goods, .... 


3 


* 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


200 


0.11 


Other products 


130 


0.08 


Cereals, 


623 


0.34 


Cereals 


2,115 


1.28 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


8,970 


4.93 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,845 


2.33 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


42,712 


23.48 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


31,248 


18.97 


Meats and game, .... 


2,725 


1.50 


Meats and game, .... 


2,294 


1.39 


Vegetables, 


11,992 


6.59 


Vegetables 


23,689 


14.38 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


252 


0.14 


pits, etc 


1,528 


0.93 


Prope7-ti/. 


$788,349 


100.00 


Property. 


$837,760 


100.00 


Land 


.342,804 


43.48 


Land 


545,510 


65.11 




347,705 


44.11 


Buildings 


214,.397 


25.59 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


29,201 


3.71 


Machines, implements, etc., 


23,690 


2.83 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


45,222 


5.74 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


40,708 


4.86 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


20,127 


2.55 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


8,020 


0.96 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc, . 


3,230 


0.41 


Mines, quarrie.«, pits, etc., . 


5,435 


0.65 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



221 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BRISTOL — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AXD Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Freetown. 

I'roducts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Creenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . . . • 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, i^its, etc., . 

Town of 9Iansfiel€l, 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$108,991 
2,619 

18,018 
42 

48 
36 

20,943 
25,099 



623 
8,409 

18,628 
1,461 

13,044 

21 

$345,939 

199,386 

107,839 

12,186 

21,358 

5,020 

150 



$71,107 
3,335 

19,978 

83 

1,950 

1,376 

35 

860 

10,623 

4,634 

820 

376 

3,644 

17,371 

702 
4,106 

1,214 

$352,420 

134,715 

175,740 

12,445 

22,859 

3,631 

3,030 



100.00 
2.40 

16.53 
0.04 

0.04 
0.03 

19.22 
23.03 



0.57 
7.72 

17.09 
1.34 

11.97 

0.02 

100.00 
57.64 
31.17 
3.52 
6.18 
1.45 
0.04 



100.00 
4.69 

28.10 

0.12 
2.74 
1.93 
0.05 
1.21 
14.94 
6.52 
1.15 

0.53 

5.12 

24.43 

0.99 

5.77 

1.71 

100.00 
38.22 
49.87 
3.53 
6.49 
1.03 
0.86 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 




City of BTETT BEDFORD. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
INIines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of TTortb Attlebor- 
ongh. 

Products. 

Animal products, . 

Clothing, needle work, etc.. 

Dairy products, . 

Food products, ... 

Greenhouse products, . 

Hothouse and hotbed products 

Liquors and beverages, 

Nursery products, 

Poultry products. 

Wood products, 

Wooden goods. 

Other products, 

Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 

Hay, straw, and fodder. 

Meats and game, . 

Vegetables, . 

Products from mines, quarries, 

pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$212,558 
10,078 

54,118 

1,600 

40,985 

1,485 

1,499 

19,505 
7,323 



1,407 
5,813 

38,156 
5,783 

24,056 

750 

$1,885,172 

1,324,337 

460,235 

37,.518 

47,023 

11,5.59 

4,500 



$150,254 
8,9,53 

63,899 

577 
818 
159 
326 

22,615 
3,633 



2,075 

4,514 

31,470 

915 

9,243 

1,057 

$707,496 

294,4.54 

321,450 

22,752 

38,879 

28,161 

1,800 



999 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY - 
COUNTY OF BRISTOL — Continued. 



Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Pkodccts, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, rRODCCTS, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND PrOPERTT. 




ages 


AND Pkopkktt. 




ages 


Tofvn of ISTortou. 






Town of Retaobotb. 






Products. 


$137,513 


100.00 


Products. 


$456,180 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


4,433 


3.22 


Animal products 


15,153 


3.32 


Clothing, needle worli, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc, 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


43,886 


31.19 


Dairy products, .... 


130,689 


33.03 


Food products, .... 


657 


0.48 


Food products, .... 


1,065 


0.23 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . . . 


125 


0.03 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


32 


0.02 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


2,724 


0.60 


Liquors and beverages, 


265 


0.19 


Liquors and beverages. 


768 


0.17 


Nursery products, 


77 


0.06 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


25,925 


18.85 


Poultry products 


68,426 


15.00 


Wood products, .... 


18,703 


13.60 


Wood products 


23,151 


5.07 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


175 


0.04 


Other products 


77 


0.06 


Other products, .... 


93 


0.02 


Cereals 


1,345 


0.98 


Cereals, 


9,214 


2.02 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


5,280 


3.84 


Fruits, hemes, and nuts, . 


36,680 


8.04 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


29,995 


21.81 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


88,437 


19.39 


Meats and game 


1.768 


1.28 


Meats and game, .... 


6,201 


1.36 


Vegetables 


5,484 


3.99 


Vegetables, 


63,196 


11.66 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


586 


0.43 


pits, etc 


83 


0.02 


Property. 


$513,255 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,293,776 


100.00 


Land, 


223,388 


43.52 


Land 


546,665 


42.25 


Buildings 


214,362 


41.76 


Buildings, 


536,252 


41.45 


Machines, Implements, etc., 


26,891 


5.24 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


72,303 


5.59 


Domestic animals, etc., 


39,549 


7.71 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


118,456 


9.16 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,925 


0.96 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


18,695 


1.44 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


4,140 


0.81 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,405 


0.11 


Town of Rayntiam. 






Town of .Seekonb. 






Products. 


$131,759 


100.00 


Products. 


$334,273 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


7,656 


5.81 


Animal products, .... 


11,208 


3.35 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


41,485 


31.49 


Dairy products 


130,939 


39.18 


Food products 


196 


0.15 


Food products, .... 


629 


0.19 


Greenhouse products, . 


120 


0.09 


Greenhouse products, . 


5,650 


1.69 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


107 


0.08 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


1,931 


0.58 


Liquors and beverages. 


26 


0.02 


Liquors and beverages, 


380 


0.11 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


12,450 


9.45 


Poultry products 


30,075 


9.00 


Wood products, .... 


9,220 


7.00 


Wood products 


10,236 


3.06 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


300 


0.23 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


453 


0.34 


Cereals, 


4,354 


1.30 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


12,872 


9.77 


Fiuits, berries, and nuts, . 


13,135 


3.93 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


37,438 


28.41 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


68,433 


20.47 


Meats and game 


1,197 


0.91 


Meats and game 


4,947 


1.48 


Vegetables 


8,200 


6.22 


Vegetables 


52,064 


15.58 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


39 


0.03 


pits, etc 


272 


0.08 


Property. 


$691,647 


100.00 


Property. 


$998,083 


100.00 


Land, 


290,761 


42.04 


Land, 


407,925 


40.87 


Buildings, 


311,893 


45.09 


Buildings, 


414,764 


41.56 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


24,918 


3.60 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


60,898 


6.10 


Domestic animals, etc., 


37,175 


5.38 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


96,987 


9.72 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


26,642 


3.85 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,834 


1.28 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


258 


0.04 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


4,675 


0.47 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



223 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF BRISTOL — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


To<n-ii of Somerset. 






City of TAUNTON. 






Products. 


$213,392 


100.00 


Products. 


$294,267 


100.00 


Animal products, . . . . 


3,949 


1.85 


Animal products, .... 


7,989 


2.72 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


37,373 


17.51 


Dairy products, .... 


80,270 


27.88 


Food products, .... 


' 604 


0.28 


Food products 


4,541 


1.54 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


24,688 


8.39 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


1,300 


0.61 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


156 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages. 


374 


0.18 


Liquors and beverages. 


672 


0.23 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


3 


* 


Poultry products 


15,206 


7.13 


Poultry products 


47,620 


16.18 


Wood products 


5,301 


2.49 


Wood products, .... 


16,725 


5.68 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


693 


0.24 


Other products, . . . . 


6 


* 


Other products, .... 


743 


0.25 


Cereals 


6,640 


3.11 


Cereals, 


1,520 


0.52 


Fruits, ben-ies, and nuts, . 


36,407 


17.06 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


13,225 


4.50 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


47,356 


22.19 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


58,683 


19.94 


Meats and game, .... 


1,703 


0.80 


Meats and game, .... 


6,865 


2.33 


Vegetables, 


56,681 


36.56 


Vegetables, 


29,224 


9.93 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


492 


0.23 


pits, etc., 


650 


0.22 


Property. 


$616,779 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,233,530 


100.00 


Land 


348,390 


56.49 


Land, 


478,113 


38.76 


Buildings, 


195,719 


31.73 


Buildings 


616,245 


49.96 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


28,895 


4.68 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


47,406 


3.84 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


35,774 


5.80 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


78,522 


6.37 


Fruit ti-ees and vines, . 


7,201 


1.17 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,929 


0.80 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


800 


0.13 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,315 


0.27 


Town of Swansea. 






Town of Tfestport. 






Products. 


$363,793 


100.00 


Products. 


$523,460 


100.00 


Animal products 


9,605 


2.64 


Animal products, .... 


14,414 


2.75 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


84,208 


23.15 


Dairy products, .... 


113,998 


21.78 


Food products, .... 


1,002 


0.28 


Food products, .... 


1,531 


0.29 


Greenhouse products, . 


529 


0.14 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


4,846 


1.33 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


1,544 


0.42 


Liquors and beverages, 


590 


0.11 


Kursery products. 


- 


~ 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


51,933 


14.28 


Poultry products 


143,150 


87.16 




12,543 


3.45 


Wood products 


30,004 


5.73 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


315 


0.06 


Other products 


95 


0.03 


Other products, .... 


4,612 


0.88 


Cereals 


8,950 


2.46 


Cereals 


12,799 


2.45 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


36,409 


10.01 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


11,850 


2.26 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


78,924 


21.69 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


114,056 


21.79 


Meats and game, .... 


3,239 


0.89 


Meats and game 


6,430 


1.23 


"Vegetables 


69,584 


19.13 


Vegetables 


69,200 


13.22 








Products fi-om mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


382 


0.10 


pits, etc., 


1,511 


0.29 


Property. 


$1,020,403 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,164,487 


100.00 


Land, 


488,775 


47.90 


Land, 


490,420 


42.12 


Buildings, 


383,435 


37.58 


Buildings 


467,332 


40.13 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


57,722 


5.66 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


67,698 


5.81 


Domestic animals, etc., 


79,264 


7.77 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


120,716 


10.37 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


8,487 


0.83 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


14,021 


1.20 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,720 


0.26 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


4,300 


0.37 



224 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF DUKES. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 

AND rROPEHTY. 



Town of Cliilniark. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
AVoo<l products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Cottage City 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenliouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, Implements, etc , 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



V^alue 



$42,058 
4,097 

7,138 
553 



10 



Percent- 
ages 



5,286 


12.57 


760 


1.81 


1,242 


2.95 


469 


1.12 


i3,sai 


36.19 


1,9.33 


4.60 


4,6S4 


11.14 



665 

$265,435 

127,346 

107,070 

9,413 

18,523 

1,183 

1,900 



847,117 
1,772 

12,28.t 

980 

4,200 

265 



4,922 
905 



268 
2,147 
8,457 
1,095 
9,823 



$135,062 
65,.591 
50,970 

6,930 
10,056 

1,509 



100.00 
9.74 

16.97 
1.31 



0.02 



1.58 

100.00 
47.98 
40.34 
3 55 
6.98 
0.44 
0.71 



100.00 
3.76 

86.07 

2.08 
8.91 
56 



10.45 
1.92 



0.57 
4.56 

17.95 
2.32 

20.85 



100.00 

48..50 

37.74 

5.13 

7.45 

1.12 



Cities, Towns, Puoducts, 
AND Property. 



Town of Edgartown. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Oay Head. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery pi'oducts, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



$57,780 
3,559 

ao,i38 

150 
100 



$217,376 

125,570 

63,960 

8,449 

18,906 

431 



$7,746 
420 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
6.16 

34.S9 

0.26 
0.17 



6,478 


11.21 


1,697 


2.94 


780 


1.35 


1,278 


2.21 


13,122 


22.71 


2,919 


5.05 


7,539 


13.05 



100.00 

57.77 

29.42 

3.89 

8.72 

0.20 



100.00 
5.42 



8,468 31.86 



$30,750 

10,415 

14,440 

2,296 

3,568 

31 



801 


10.34 


177 


2.28 


112 


1.45 


17 


0.22 


8,243 


88.96 


439 


5.67 


1,069 


13.80 



100.00 
33.87 
46.96 

7.47 
11.60 

0.10 



PRODUCTS AND PliOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



225 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY 
COUNTY OF DUKES — Concluded. 



Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Oosuold. 






Town of Tisbury — Con. 






Products. 


$13,376 


100.00 


Products — Con. 






Animal products, .... 


1,686 


12.61 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


$4,562 


21.05 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


4,252 


19.61 


Dairy products, .... 


4,169 


31.17 


Meats and game, .... 


515 


2.38 


Food products 


1,580 


11.81 


Vegetables 


2,276 


10.50 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Property. 


$119,520 


100.00 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Land, 


80,511 


67.36 


Poultry products, .... 


1,049 


7.84 


Buildings, 


28,235 


23.62 


Wood products 


260 


1.94 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


3,466 


2.90 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


5,206 


4.36 


Other products, .... 


15 


0.11 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


2,102 


1.76 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Fruits, beiTies, and nuts, . 


148 


1.11 








Hay, straw, and fodder, 


2,360 


17.64 


Town of West Tisbury. 






Meats and game, .... 


1,130 


8.45 


Prodiicts. 


$81,938 


100.00 


Vegetables 


979 


7.32 


Animal products 


3,965 


4.84 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


pits, etc 


■" 


~ 


Dairy products, .... 


18,724 


22.85 


Property. 


$153,385 


100.00 


Food products, .... 


570 


0.70 


Land 


105,388 


69.16 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Buildings, 


30,912 


20.29 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Machines, implements, etc., 


1,650 


1.08 


Liquors and beverages. 


24 


0.03 


Domestic animals, etc., _. 


9,205 


6.04 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


5,230 


3.43 


Poultry products, .... 


10,684 


13.04 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 




_ 


Wood products, . . '. . 


2,298 


2.80 








Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Town of Tlsbury. 






Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Products. 


$21,678 


100.00 


Cereals, 


1,343 


1.64 


Animal products, .... 


722 


3.33 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


10,131 


12.36 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


_ 


_ 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


19,958 


24.36 


Dairy products 


4,848 


22.36 


Meats and game 


3,494 


4.26 


Food products 


_ 


„ 


Vegetables 


10,562 


12.89 


Greenhouse products, . 


_ 


_ 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


pits, etc. 


185 


0.23 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Property. 


$355,717 


100.00 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Land, 


181,744 


51.09 




3,417 


15.76 


Buildings 


124,700 


35.06 


Wood products, .... 


933 


4.30 


Machines, implements, etc., 


14,460 


4.06 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc., 


25,636 


7.21 


Other products 


- 


- 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


6,177 


1.74 


Cereals, 


153 


0.71 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,000 


0.S4 



COUNTY OF ESSEX. 



Town of Amesbnry. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products. 
Liquors and beverages, 



$133,497 


100.00 


6,.509 


4.88 


34,561 


85.89 


1,833 


1.37 


550 


0.41 


69 


0.05 


1,185 


0.89 



Town of Amesbnry — Con 

Products — Con. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 
Fruits, berries, and nuts. 




226 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND I'ROI'EKTT. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Ameabary — Con. 






City of BEVERIiY — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Hay, straw, and fodder. 


933,937 


23.41 


Cereals 


$221 


0.09 


Meats and game, .... 


2,275 


1.71 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


9,908 


4.28 


Vegetables 


22,688 


17.00 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


29,998 


12.95 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Meats and game 


833 


0.36 


pits, etc., 


208 


0.16 


Vegetables, 


59,847 


23.83 


Property. 
Land 


$681,761 
256,430 


100.00 
37.61 


Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 


786 


0.34 


Buildings, 


307,716 


45.14 


Property. 


$1,832,530 


100.00 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


21,012 


3.08 


Land 


1,301,711 


71.03 


Domestic animals, etc., 


37,230 


5.46 


Buildings, 


392,746 


21,4* 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


57,763 


8.47 


Machines, implements, etc., 


47,906 


2.61 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,610 


0.24 


Domestic animals, etc., 


54,021 


2.95 


Town of Andover. 

Products, 


$301,566 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


27,241 
8,905 


1.49 
0.49 


Animal products 


13,814 


4.58 


Town of Boxford. 






Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


52 


0.02 


Products. 


$137,409 


100.00 


Dairy products 


87,038 


88.86 


Animal products 


7,808 


5.68 


Food products 


313 


0.10 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


10,900 


3.62 


Dairy products, .... 


35,230 


23.65 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


100 


0.03 


Food products 


1,067 


0.78 


Liquors and beverages. 


37 


0.01 


Greenhouse products, . 


~ 


- 


Nursery products. 


10,145 


3.36 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


,313 


023 


Poultry products, .... 


3,749 


1.24 


Liquors and beverages. 


296 


0.22 


Wood products, .... 


7,822 


2.59 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 




_ 


Poultry products, .... 


15,079 


10.97 


Other products 






Wood products 


11,156 


8.12 




1,210 


0.40 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,794 


0.93 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


S3,076 


27.55 


Cereals, 


3,105 


2.26 


Meats and game, .... 


747 


0.25 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,770 


5.66 


Vegetables 


79,419 


26.34 


Hay, sti-aw, and fodder, 


33,953 


24.71 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Meats and game, .... 


3,233 


2.36 


pits, etc 


350 


0.12 


Vegetables 


18,129 


13.19f 


Property. 
Land 


$696,669 
330,264 


100.00 
47.41 


Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 


250 


0.18 


Buildings 


240,725 


34.55 


Property. 


$725,038 


100.00 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


43,271 


6.21 


Land 


3;i7,320 


46.63 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


63,897 


9.17 


Buildings, 


241,607 


33.32 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


15,012 


2.16 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


32,774 


4.52 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,500 


0.50 


Domestic animals, etc., 


46,895 


6.47 


City of BEVERIiY. 

Products. 


$231,556 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


64,987 
1,455 


8.9e 
0.20 


Animal products 


6,570 


2.84 


Town of Bradford. 






Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


8 


* 


Products. 


$60,079 


lOO.OO 


Dairy products, .... 


75,693 


32.69 


Animal products, .... 


2,844 


4.73 


Food products 


111 


0.05 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


23,893 


10.32 


Dairy products 


20,905 


34.80 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


849 


0.37 


Food products 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


690 


0.30 


Greenhouse products, . 


2,700 


4.49 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 




Poultry products 


18,556 


8.01 


Liquors and beverages. 


40 


0.07 


Wood products 


3,444 


1.49 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


717 


1.19 


Other products 


149 


O.OG 


Wood products 


408 


0.68 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



227 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


1 
Value 


Percent- 

agfs 


Cities, Towns, PROoncTS, 
AND Property. 


1 
Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town of Bradford — Con. 






Town of Essex — Coe 


. 




Products — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Poultry products, . 


$9,131 


8.59 


Other products 


- 


- 


Wood products, . 


4,975 


4.68 


Cereals, 


$91 


0.16 


Wooden goods, 


5 


« 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,074 


1.79 


Other products. 


70 


0.07 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


18,576 


30.9a 


Cereals, .... 


1,041 


0.98 


Meats and game 


265 


0.44 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, 


5,065 


4.77 


Vegetables 


12,256 


20.40 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


3S,a83 


30.37 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Meats and game, . 


762 


0.72 


pits, etc 


200 


0.33 


Vegetables, . 


9,408 


8.85 


Property. 
Land 


$176,128 
90,865 


100.00 
51.59 


Products from mines, quai 
pits, etc 


•ries, 

1,950 


1.83 


Buildings, 


59,275 


33.65 


Property. 


$409,455 


100.00 


Machines, implements, etc., 


9,819 


5.58 


Land, .... 


203,112 


49.61 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


11,106 


6.31 


Buildings, 


146,266 


35.72 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,863 


2.19 


Machines, implements, etc. 


, . 15,474 


3.78 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,200 


0.68 


Domestic animals, etc., 


29,470 


7.20 


Town of Danvers. 

Products. 


$287,282 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 


14,675 

458 


3.58 
0.11 


Animal products, .... 


12,909 


4.49 


Town of Oeorgetow 


n. 




Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Products. 


$50,881 


100.00 


Dairy products 


96,446 


33.37 


Animal products, . 


3,387 


6.66 


Food products, .... 


275 


0.10 


Clothing, needle work, etc. 


, . 1,200 


2.36 


Greenhouse products, . 


6,450 


2.25 


Dairy products, . 


ia,836 


25.87 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


613 


0.21 


Food products. 


826 


1.62 


Liquors and beverages, 


50 


0.02 


Greenhouse products, . 


. 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed prod 


ucts. 


- 


Poultry products 


12,900 


4.49 


Liquors and beverages. 


378 


0.74 


Wood products 


623 


0.22 


Nursery products. 


. 


- 


'Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Poultry products, . 


5,172 


10.16 


Other products, .... 


2,055 


0.72 


Wood products, . 


3,432 


6.75 


Cereals 


443 


0.15 


Wooden goods. 


. 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


12,540 


4.37 


Other products, . 


3 


0.01 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


48,189 


16.77 


Cereals, .... 


1,024 


2.01 


Meats and game, .... 


3,162 


1.10 


Fruits, berries, and nuts. 


2,296 


4.51 




90,302 


31.30 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


14,817 


87.94 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Meats and game, . 


1,312 


2.58 


pits, etc., 


125 


0.04 


Vegetables, . 


4,707 


9.25 


Property. 
Land 


$813,139 
366,181 


100.00 
45.03 


Products from mines, qua 
pits, etc 


rries, 

71 


0.14 


Buildings, 


.321,170 


39.50 


Property. 


$323,029 


100.00 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


39,018 


4.80 


Land 


151,080 


46.77 


Domestic animals, etc., 


65,121 


8.01 


Buildings, 


124,018 


38.39 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


19,374 


2.38 


Macliines, implements, etc 


13,642 


4.22 


Mines, guarries, pits, etc, . 


2,275 


0.28 


Domestic animals, etc., 


17,905 


5.54 


Town of Essex. 
Products. 


$106,288 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quan-ies, pits, etc.. 


15,809 
575 


4.90 
0.18 


Animal products, .... 


4,850 


4.56 


City of eiiOUCESiTe 


R. 




Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Products. 


$198,421 


lOO.OO 


Dairy products, .... 


35,907 


33.78 


Animal products, . 


4,319 


2.18 


Food products 


315 


0.30 


Clothing, needle work, etc 


■ • ~ 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


262 


0.25 


Dairy products, . 


. 102,379 


31.. 59 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


171 


0.16 


Food pi-oducts. 


.^il 


0.28 


Liquors and beverages. 


94 


0.09 


Greenhouse products, . 


6,500 


3.28 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed prod 


acts, 538 


0.27 



228 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



City of ClIiOUCESTER-Con 

Products — Con. 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, .... 
Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Oroveland. 

Prodticts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Hamilton. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 



$724 

410 

18,107 

3,-2-29 

5 

229 

26 

9,7.'3S 

23,104 

1,853 

21, .594 

5,21.'i 

$628,641 

303,234 

245,048 

30,445 

42,143 

3,936 

3,835 



$.51,287 

2,350 

100 

11,273 

164 

800 

207 



.5,717 


11.15 


2,530 


4.93 


,580 


1.13 


1,933 


3.77 


18,014 


s.-i-ia 


1,.524 


2.97 


6,095 


11.89 



$346,727 

126,897 

163,226 

8,387 

17,199 

30,863 

155 



$97,815 

4,278 

344 



0.36 
0.21 
9.12 
1.63 

* 

0.12 
0.01 
4.91 

11.64 
0.93 

10.88 

2.63 

100.00 
48.24 
38.98 
4.84 
6.70 
0.63 
0.61 

100.00 
4.58 
0.20 
21.98 
0.32 
1.56 

0.40 



100.00 
36.60 
47:08 
2.42 
4.96 
8.90 
0.04 



100.00 
4 37 

31.90 

0.35 



Cities, Towns, Products, 

AND PbOPEBTT. 



Town of Ilaiuilton — Con. 
Products — Con. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products, 
Liquors and Ijeverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

City of HAVERHlIiL.. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clotliing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of IpHwich. 

Products. 
Aiiiniiil products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$11 

363 

150 

11,603 

6,694 



1,539 

3,.369 

27,111 

1,258 
9,510 

327 

$.539,187 

264,933 

211,166 

16,704 

29,109 

14,875 

2,400 



$226,725 

13,129 

790 

09,810 

3,0.59 

7,600 

565 

1,343 

16,345 
5,896 

20 

2,759 

7,832 

07,449 

7,043 
22,098 

981 

$1,407,939 
656,435 
513,281 
48,075 
84,637 
54,836 
50,675 



$238,419 
15,225 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



229 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, I'rodlcts, 
ASD Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Toim of Ipswicli — Con 

Products — Con. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

City of liAWREJfOE. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quames, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



#64,138 

610 
1,600 

462 

150 

23,695 

5,225 

10 

7,990 

14,586 

78,388 

1,408 

23,812 

1,130 

$928,613 

434,007 

334,695 

52,224 

76,273 

25,364 

6,050 



$61,102 

1,170 

600 

10,964 

229 

26,850 

180 

10,000 

1,687 

20 

579 

96 

4,782 

352 

3,570 

23 

$167,877 

81,055 

69,203 

7,693 

8,628 

598 

100 



S6.90 

0.2G 
0.67 

0.19 
0.06 
9.94 
2.19 

* 

3.35 

6.12 

33.88 

0.59 
9.99 

0.47 

100.00 
46.74 
36.04 
5.63 
8.21 
2.73 
0.65 



100.00 

1.92 

0.98 

17.94 

0.37 

43.94 
0.29 

16.37 
2.76 
0.03 

0.95 

0.16 
7.83 
0.58 
5.84 

0.04 

100.00 
48.64 
41.22 
4.5S 
5.14 
0.36 
0.06 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



City of IrYNN. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Iiyiinfield. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products fi'oni mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Laud, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



$73,032 
1,050 

8,965 

87 

33,195 

422 

100 

8,611 

414 

12 

1,250 

6,707 

520 

9,718 

1,975 

$455,665 

256,255 

156,957 

17,635 

10,980 

2,088 

11,750 



$83,424 

4,068 

25 

36,210 

50 



Percent- 
ages 



15 
9,097 
2,128 



2,376 

19,.501 

648 

9,306 



$237,953 
110,420 
86,775 
11,365 
17,712 
11,,581 
100 



100.00 
1.45 

12.27 

0.12 

45.45 

0.5S 

0.14 

11.79 

0.57 

0.02 

1.71 

9.13 

0.71 

13.31 

2.70 

100.00 
56.24 
34.44 
3.87 
2.41 
0.46 
2.58 



100.00 
4,88 
0.03 

43.40 

0.06 



0.03 

10.90 

2.55 



2.85 
23.38 

0.78 
11.15 



100.00 
46.40 
36.47 
4.78 
7.44 
4.87 
0.04 



230 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of Kancliester. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, ueedle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
"Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . . 

Cereals 

Fruits, ben-ies, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quaiTies, 
pits, etc., 



Property. 
Land, •, ■• 
Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 

Town of Itlarbleheacl. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
I'oultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



$35,006 
79S 

14,181 

26 
3,7.')0 

82 

4,244 
1,904 



2,816 

4,725 

519 

1,936 



$156,589 

62,863 

80,170 

5,210 

7,462 

864 

20 



$106,632 
2,498 

33,349 

1,618 
3,940 

48 
432 

16 
6,572 



523 

4,317 

16,464 

963 

35,873 

19 

$428,234 

268,475 

111,847 

14,850 

21,129 

ii,oa3 

850 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
2.28 

40.51 

0.08 
10.71 

0.23 

12.12 

5.44 



8.05 

13.50 

1.48 

5.53 

0.07 

100.00 
40.14 
51.20 
3.33 
4.77 
0.55 
0.01 



100.00 
2.34 

31.27 

1.52 
3.69 
0.05 
0.41 
0.02 
6.16 



0.49 

4.05 

15.44 

0.90 

33.64 

0.02 

100.00 
62.69 
26.12 
3.47 
4.93 
2.59 
0.20 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propertt. 



Town of Merrimac. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of ITIetliuen. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game. 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$74,662 

4,140 

330 

23,144 

4,166 

26 
354 

6,072 
7,126 



906 

2,095 

15,397 

1,259 

9,643 



$315,063 

145,545 

114,617 

11,255 

18,689 

24,212 

745 



$372,746 
12,990 

131,735 

350 
3,940 

440 
229 

33,821 

2,666 

3,&53 

2,050 

12,967 

97,461 

5,434 

42,620 



100.00 
5.55 
0.44 

31.00 

5.58 

0.03 
0.47 

8.13 
9.54 



1.21 
2.81 

20.62 
1.69 

12.92 

0.01 

100.00 
46.20 
36.38 
3.57 
5.93 
7.68 
0.24 



100.00 
3.48 

35.34 

0.09 
1.06 
0.12 
0.06 

9.07 
0.72 

0.98 

0.55 

3.48 

26.15 

1.46 
11.43 



22,390 


6.01 


,022,728 


100.00 


702,894 


34.75 


876,625 


43.34 


107,525 


5.32 


124,295 


6.14 


209,869 


10.38 


1,520 


0.07 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



231 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property-. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town of Middleton. 






Towii o£ Newbury. 






Products. 


$92,095 


100.00 


Products. 


$193,527 


100.00 


Animal products 


3,230 


3.51 


Animal products, .... 


11,044 


5.70 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


1,020 


1.11 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


15,425 


16.75 


Dairy products 


48,479 


85.08 


Food products, .... 


4S1 


0.52 


Food products 


1,655 


0.85 


Oreenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


600 


0.31 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


90 


0.10 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


123 


0.06 


Liquors and beverages, 


451 


0.49 


Liquors and beverages, 


1,301 


0.67 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


9,736 


10.57 


Poultry products, .... 


8,077 


4.17 


Wood products 


8,385 


9.10 


Wood products, .... 


2,876 


1.48 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 




Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


6,900 


7.49 


Other products 


1,553 


0.80 


■Cereals 


1,124 


1.22 


Cereals 


1,352 


0.70 


Truits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,058 


3.32 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


24,417 


12.61 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


19,087 


20.73 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


60,163 


31.09 


Meats and game 


986 


1.07 


Meats and game, .... 


2,515 


1.30 


Vegetables 


22,099 


24.00 


Vegetables 


29,279 


15.13 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


23 


0.02 


pits, etc., 


98 


0.05 


Property. 


$418,310 


100.00 


Property. 


$863,579 


100.00 


Land, 


208,108 


49.75 


Land 


441,638 


51.14 


Buildings 


151,772 


36.28 


Buildings 


232,111 


26.88 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


^ 17,519 


4.19 


Macliines, implements, etc., 


33,721 


3.90 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


20,455 


4.89 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


63,200 


7.32 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


17,756 


4.24 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


91,959 


10.65 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,700 


0.65 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


950 


0.11 


Town of Ufaltant. 






City of BfKWBCKYPORT. 






Products. 


$9,874 


100.00 


Products. 


$91,840 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


112 


1.13 


Animal products 


4,398 


4.79 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


5,739 


58.13 


Dairy products 


24,770 


36.97 


Food products, .... 


- 


- 


Footl products 


643 


0.70 


Greenhouse products, . 


3,800 


38.49 


Greenhouse products, . 


7,288 


7.94 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


41 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


417 


0.45 


Kursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


800 


0.87 




38 


0.39 


Poultry products 


11,429 


12.44 


Wood products, .... 


- 


- 


Wood products 


386 


0.42 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Cereals 


1,091 


1.19 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,150 


6.70 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


185 


1.87 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


17,388 


18.93 


Meats and game 


- 


- 


Meats and game 


1,993 


2.17 


Vegetables, 


- 


- 


Vegetables 


14,593 


15.89 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc. 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


453 


0.49 


Property. 


$49,550 


100.00 


Property. 


$496,019 


100.00 


Land 


33,900 


68.42 


Land 


207,108 


41.75 


Buildings 


12,860 


25.95 


Buildings 


199,182 


40.16 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


955 


1.93 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


18,247 


3.68 


Domestic animals, etc., 


1,835 


3.70 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


25,437 


5.13 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


- 




Fruit trees and vines, . 


43,645 


8.80 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,400 


0.48 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



189 



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AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Prodccts, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Tkoperty. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Kortli Andover. 


• 




Town of Rockport. 






Products. 


$260,286 


100.00 


Prodticts. 


$40,993 


100.00 


Animal protlucts, .... 


12,896 


4.95 


Animal products, .... 


722 


1.76 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


114,657 


44.05 


Dairy products 


14,241 


34.74 


Food products 


2,180 


0.84 


Food products, .... 


75 


0.18 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,700 


0.65 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


50 


0.02 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Li(luor9 and beverages. 


819 


0.32 


Liquors and beverages, 


110 


0.27 


Nursery products. 


69 


0.03 


Nursery products. 




- 


Poultry products 


13,006 


5.00 


Poultry products 


2,676 


6.53 


AVood products, .... 


11,567 


4.44 


Wood products, .... 


350 


0.85 


^Vooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


188 


0.07 


Other products 


40 


0.10 


Cereals, 


1,.'537 


0.59 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,461 


2.87 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,124 


5.18 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


64,390 


24.74 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


5,967 


14.56 


Meats and game, .... 


2,918 


1.12 


Meats and game, .... 


99 


0.24 


Vegetables 


26,656 


10.24 


Vegetables 


14,484 


35.33 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


192 


0.07 


pits, etc., 


105 


0.26 


Property. 


$996,401 


100.00 


Property. 


$347,319 


100.00 


Land, 


506,050 


50.79 


Land, 


289,956 


83.48 


Buildings 


336,653 


33.78 


Buildings, 


45,893 


13.21 


Machines, implements, etc., 


30,491 


3.06 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


4,635 


1.34 


Domestic animals, etc., 


68,429 


6.87 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


5,260 


1.52 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


54,003 


5.42 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


1,425 


0.41 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


775 


0.08 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


150 


0.0* 


Town of Peabody. 






Town of Rowley. 






Products. 


$271,170 


100.00 


Products. 


$90,141 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


9,642 


3.55 


Animal products 


4,353 


4.8S 


Clothing, needle work, etc, 


240 


0.09 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


63,030 


23.24 


Dairy products 


23,207 


27.96 


Food products 


2,272 


0.84 


Food products 


927 


1.03 


Greenhouse products, . 


8,250 


3.04 


Greenhouse products, . 


320 


0.35 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


1,361 


0.50 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


393 


0.44 


Liquors and beverages. 


456 


0.17 


Liquors and beverages. 


697 


0.77 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


50 


0.06 


Poultry products 


26,177 


9.65 


Poultry products, .... 


6,037 


6.70 




7,521 


2.77 


Wood products, .... 


3,377 


3.75 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


701 


0.26 


Other products 


1 


* 


Cereals, 


1,643 


0.61 


Cereals 


1,297 


1.44 


Fruits, benies, and nuts, . 


10,596 


3.91 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


10,168 


11. 2S 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


53,085 


19.58 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


26,682 


29.60 


Meats and game, .... 


2,351 


0.87 


Meats and game 


2,120 


2.35 


Vegetables, 


82,571 


30.45 


Vegetables 


8,460 


9.38 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc 


1,274 


0.47 


pits, etc 


52 


0.06 


Property. 


$1,289,663 


100.00 


Property. 


$405,833 


100.00 




647,922 


50.24 


Land, 


191,994 


47.31 


IJuildings 


448,355 


34.76 


Buildings, 


131,736 


32.46 


Machines, implements, etc., 


46,294 


3.59 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


18,781 


4.63 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


83,043 


6.44 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


26,923 


6.63 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


51,274 


3.98 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


35,739 


8.81 




12,775 


0.99 


jNIines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


660 


0.16 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



233 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 

AND PkOPEBTT. 



City of SA1.E1M. 

l^roducts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Salisbury. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, beiTies, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
"Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



$109,785 
3,037 

39,333 

105 

27,090 

227 

63 

7,360 

5,963 

495 

105 

72 

2,049 

13.296 

418 

9,952 



$1,002,295 

543,432 

407,816 

14,772 

23,493 

10,532 

2,250 

$107,615 

5,661 

1,416 

22,579 

1,256 

5 

858 

17,3.52 
5,869 



1,618 

9,985 

26,903 

2,241 
11,831 

42 

$465,223 

208,436 

165,432 

18,290 

28,796 

43,969 

300 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 

2.77 

36.03 

0.10 
24.67 
0.21 
0.06 
6.70 
5.43 
0.45 

0.10 
0.06 
1.87 
12.11 
0.38 
9.06 



100.00 
54.22 
40.69 
1.47 
2.34 
1.05 
0.23 



100.00 

5.26 

1.32 

20.98 

1.17 

0.01 
0.80 

16.12 
5.45 



1.50 
9.28 

as.oo 

2.08 
10.99 

0.04 

100.00 
44.80 
35.56 
3.93 ' 
6.19 
9.45 
0.07 



Cities, Towns, Product.s, 
AND Property. 



Tunii of Saugns. 

Prod^icts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Swampscott. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, ... 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



$131,085 
4,566 

70,037 

361 

50 
30 

12,472 
3,002 

50 

1,772 
22,852 

2,173 
13,630 

100 

$415,589 

231,580 

125,857 

16,454 

35,188 

4,485 

2,025 



$29,501 
738 

8,330 

5,790 
10 



2,057 
50 

711 

949 
4,785 

6,053 



$667,262 

575,504 

79,110 

4,722 

5,294 

2,632 



234 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF ESSEX — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


ASD Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Topsfield. 






Town of Wenbam —Con. 






Products. 


$168,942 


100.00 


Products — Con. 






Animal products 


10,655 


6.31 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


$3,473 


4.05 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


20,021 


23.36 


Dairy products, .... 


33,032 


31.39 


Meats and game, .... 


1,244 


1.45 


Food products, .... 


1,400 


0.83 


Vegetables 


10,605 


12.37 


Greenhouse products, . 


800 


0.47 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


172 


0.20 


Liquors and beverages, 


614 


0.36 


Property. 


$286,624 


100.00 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Land 


117,272 


40.91 


Poultry products, .... 


24,488 


14.50 


Buildings 


120,110 


41.91 


Wood products 


2,906 


1.72 


Machines, implements, etc., 


12,395 


4.32 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


23,175 


8.09 


Other products 


30 


0.02 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,722 


4.44 


Cereals, 


4,618 


2.73 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


950 


0.33 


Fruits, benies, and nuts, . 


9,740 


5.77 








Hay, straw, and fodder, 


37,022 


21.91 


Town of West Newbury. 






Meats and game 


48 


0.03 


Products. 


$166,466 


100.00 


Vegetables, 


23,589 


13.96 


Animal products, .... 


10,413 


6.26 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Clothing, needle work, etc., 


1,018 


0.61 


pits, etc 


~ 


~ 


Dairy products 


41,691 


25.04 


Property. 


$485,450 


100.00 


Food products 


1,134 


0.68 


Land, 


197,350 


40.65 


Greenhouse products, . 


2,500 


1.50 


Buildings 


174,780 


36.00 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


218 


0.13 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


31,622 


6.52 


Liquors and beverages, 


1,160 


0.70 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


56,643 


11.67 


Nursery products, 


1,673 


1.01 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


24,455 


5.04 


Poultry products, .... 


8,990 


5.40 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


600 


0.12 


Wood products 


3,613 


2.17 








Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Town of Wenhaiu. 






Other products 


152 


0.09 


Products. 


$85,716 


100.00 


Cereals 


5,428 


3.26 


Animal products 


3,976 


4.64 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


18,786 


11.29 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


_ 


_ 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


47,717 


28.66 


Dairy products, .... 


34,104 


39.79 


Meats and game, .... 


3,301 


1.98 


Food products 


278 


0.33 


Vegetables, 


18,413 


11.06 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


_ 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


pits, etc 


259 


0.16 


Liquors and beverages, 


325 


0.38 


Property. 


$762,639 


100.00 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Land 


309,555 


40.59 




8,960 


10.45 


Buildings, 


301,487 


39.53 


Wood products 


1,665 


1.94 


Machines, implements, etc., 


37,214 


4.88 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc., 


53,217 


6.98 


Other products 


- 


- 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


57,846 


7.58 


Cereals 


893 


1.04 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,320 


0.44 



COUNTY OF FRANKLIN. 



Town of Asbflcld. 






Town of Aabfleld — Con. 






Products. 


$246,791 


100.00 


Products — Con. 






Animal products, .... 


15,336 


6.22 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


61 


0.03 


Poultry products, . 




$9,484 


3.84 


Dairy products 


10S,393 


43.92 


Wood pi-oducts, . 




15,004 


6.08 


Food products 


2,9.53 


1.19 


AVooden goods, 




878 


0.36 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Other products, . 




1,485 


0.60 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


55 


0.02 


Cereals 




4,431 


1.80 


Liquors and beverages. 


101 


0.04 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, 




7,924 


3.21 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TO^VTSTS. 



235 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Aslifleld — Con. 

Products — Con. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game. 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Pi'operty. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Bernardstou. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other pi-oducts. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Buckland. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 



$66,440 

7,4.'i8 
6,73S 

50 

$fi08,263 

226,750 

218,408 

36,009 

86,309 

40,387 

400 



$163,847 

9,936 

18 

58,788 
3,109 

10 
1,094 

8,701 

19,072 

16 

7,181 

8,572 

34,161 

5,308 

7,877 

10 

$452,161 

204,267 

153,163 

20,501 

48,975 

24,205 

1,050 



$131,453 

8,199 

291 

48,085 

1,838 
800 
105 
127 

4,671 

9,054 

24 

240 



36.92 

3.02 
2.73 

0.03 

100.00 

37.28 

35.91 

5.92 

14.19 

6.64 

0.06 



100.00 
6.06 
0.01 

35.87 

1.90 

0.01 
0.67 

5.31 

11.64 

0.01 

4.38 
5.23 
20.85 
3.24 
4.81 

0.01 

100.00 

45.18 

33.87 

4.54 

10.83 

5.35 

0.23 



100.00 

6.24 

0.22 

36.58 

1.40 
0.61 
0.08 
0.09 

3 55 
6.89 
0.02 
0.18 



Cities, Towns, Prodocts, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of Buckland — Con. 
Products — Con. 

Cereals 

Fruits, beri'ies, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Cbarleniont. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Colfaiu. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 



$3,011 

7,140 

36,961 

5,387 
5,323 

197 

$337,745 

131,093 

113,175 

22.236 

47,396 

23,545 

300 



$143,119 
7,932 

55,858 

1,878 



328 

5,385 

14,674 

213 

448 

5,118 

5,529 

35,882 

4,581 

5,293 



$409,773 

183,750 

126,796 

20,299 

51,435 

26,693 

800 



$225,015 
13,704 

89,737 

7,704 



713 

8,383 
13,055 



236 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products 
AND Property. 


' Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town of Colraim — Con. 






Town of neerfield — ( 


^'on. 




Products — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Poultry products, . 


$8,745 


2.43 


Other products 


$376 


0.17 


Wood products. 


10,810 


3.00 


Cereals 


9,287 


4.13 


Wooden goods. 


6 


* 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


10,570 


4.70 


Other products, 


53,046 


14.74 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


54,4.38 


24.19 


Cereals 


22,256 


6.18 


Meats and game 


5,179 


2.30 


Fruits, berries, and nuts. 


7,985 


2.22 


Vegetables 


11,879 


0.28 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


87,565 


24.33 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Meats and game, . 


9,323 


2.59 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Vegetables, . 


32,176 


8.94 


Property. 
Laud, 


$472,123 
205,304 


100.00 
43.49 


Products from mines, quai 
pits, etc 


Ties, 


- 


Buildings 


123,3.57 


26.13 


Property. 


$1,334,907 


lOO.OO 


Machines, implements, etc., 


27,725 


5.87 


Land, .... 


638,067 


47.80 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


76,294 


16.16 


Buildings, 


514,9.55 


38..58 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


39,443 


S.35 


Machines, implements, etc. 


52,205 


3.91 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


103,1.36 


7.72 








Fruit trees and vines, . 


26,544 


1.99 


Town of Conway. 


$228,065 


100.00 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 


. 


- 


Animal products, .... 


12,969 


5.69 


Town of Ervini;. 






Clothing, needle work, etc., 


197 


0.09 


Prodiicts. 


$31,071 


100.00 


Dairy products 


96,151 


42.16 


Animal products, . 


1,813 


5.83 


Food products, .... 


2,196 


0.96 


Clothing, needle work, etc. 


1 • ~ 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


150 


0.06 


Dairy products, . 


10,585 


34.07 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


37 


0.02 


Food products, 


920 


2.96 


Liquors and beverages. 


220 


0.10 


Greenhouse products, . 


. 


- 




- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed prod 


ucts. 


- 


Poultry products 


6,751 


2.96 


Liquors and beverages. 


496 


1.60 


Wood products 


10,946 


4.80 


Nursery products. 


. 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Poultry products, . 


2,140 


6.89 




16,961 


7.44 


Wood products, . 


1,392 


4.48 


Cereals 


5,346 


2.34 


Wooden goods, 


. 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,153 


2.70 


Other products, . 


. 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


60,586 


36.56 


Cereals 


522 


1.68 


Meats and game, .... 


3,770 


1.65 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, 


. . 1,633 


5.26 


Vegetables 


5,632 


2.47 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


7,986 


25.70 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Meats and game, . 


1,300 


4.18 


pits, etc. 


- 


- 


Vegetables, . ... 


2,264 


7.29 


Property. 
Land, 


$525,861 
247,810 


100.00 
47.13 


Products from mines, quai 
pits, etc 


Ties, 

20 


0.06 


Buildings 


139,584 


26.54 


ProjJerty. 


$127,841 


100.00 


Machines, Implements, etc., 


27,604 


5.25 


Land 


64,537 


50.48 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


88,364 


16.80 


Buildings, 


40,050 


31.3.? 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


22,499 


4.28 


INIachines, implements, etc. 


, . . 4,888 


3.82 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


9,721 


7.60 


Town of I>ccrnel<I. 

I'rodiicts. 


$359,048 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, (juarries, pits, etc.. 


8,545 
100 


6.69 
0.08 


Animal products 


17,419 


4.84 


Town of 4>ill. 






Clothing, needle work, etc. 


34 


0.01 


Products. 


$159,751 


100.00 


Dairy products 


100,786 


38.00 


Animal products, . 


9,980 


6.25 


Food products 


6,825 


1.90 


Clotliing, needle work, etc. 


» • ~ 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


10 


* 


Dairy products, . 


57,513 


36.00 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


150 


0.04 


Food products. 


1,472 


0.92 


Liquors and beverages, 


2,735 


0.76 


Greenhouse products, . 


. 


- 


Nursery products. 


77 


0.02 


Hotliouse and hotbed prod 


ucts, 93 


0.06 



PRODUCTS AND PllOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



237 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN — Continued. 



Cities, Town.s, Proi>uct.s, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, PuoDncTS, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town of «111 — Con. 






Town of Hawley — Con. 






Pro(hicts — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Liquors and beverages. 


$752 


0.47 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


$10 


0.01 


Poultry products 


8,071 


5.05 


Liquors and beverages, 


52 


0.06 


"Wood products 


14,049 


8.79 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


4,083 


4.80 


Other products, .... 


148 


0.09 


Wood products, .... 


7,706 


9.06 


Cereals 


5,199 


3.26 


Wooden goods, . ... 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


8,148 


5.10 


Other products 


Ill 


0.13 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


39,759 


24.89 


Cereals, 


2,461 


2.90 


Meats and game 


3,186 


1.99 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,384 


5.16 


Vegetables, 


11,351 


7.11 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


21,734 


23.56 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Meats and game, .... 


2,279 


2.68 


pits, etc., 


30 


0.02 


Vegetables, 


3,353 


3.94 


Property. 
Land, 


$434,1.55 
203,736 


100.00 
46.93 


Products fi-om mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 


- 


- 


Buildings 


148,360 


34.17 


Property. 


$199,207 


100.00 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


20,285 


4.67 


Land, 


98,750 


49.57 


Domestic animals, etc., 


48,702 


11.22 


Buildings 


41,075 


20.62 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,297 


2.83 


Machines, implements, etc., 


13,104 


6.58 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


775 


0.18 


Domestic animals, etc., 


31,978 


16.05 


Town or Oreenfield. 

Products. 


$239,672 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


14,300 


7.18 


Animal products, .... 


16,922 


7.06 


Town of Heath. 






Clothing, needle work, etc., 


15 


0.01 


Products. 


$108,769 


100.00 


Dairy products, .... 


80,359 


33.. 53 


Animal products, .... 


7,188 


6.61 


Food products, .... 


2,801 


1.17 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


143 


0.13 


Greenhouse products, . 


3,700 


1..54 


Dairy products, .... 


40,712 


37.43 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


209 


0.09 


Food products 


2,350 


2.16 


Liquors and beverages. 


1,013 


0.42 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


10,169 


4.24 


Liquors and beverages, 


446 


0.41 


Wood products, .... 


17,935 


7.48 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


6 


* 


Poultry products, .... 


3,311 


3.04 


Other products, .... 


3,042 


1.27 


Wood products 


8,752 


8.05 


Cereals, 


8,713 


3.64 


Wooden goods, .... 


1 


* 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


9,474 


3.95 


Other products 


103 


0.10 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


66,869 


27.90 


Cereals, 


3,926 


3.61 




3,590 


1..50 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,299 


3.95 


Vegetables 


14,767 


6.16 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


28,304 


26.02 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Meats and game 


4,298 


3.95 


pits, etc 


88 


0.04 


Vegetables 


4,936 


4.54 


Proiierty. 


$697,330 


100.00 


Products from mines, quaiTies, 






Land, 


321,909 


46.16 


pits, etc., 


- 


— 


Buildings 


237,745 


34.09 


Property. 


$245,379 


100.00 


Machines, implements, etc., 


37,230 


5.34 


Land 


95,133 


38.77 


Domestic animals, etc., 


77,363 


11.10 


Buildings, 


67,261 


27.41 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


21,4.58 


3.08 


Machines, implements, etc., 


16,560 


6.75 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,625 


0.23 


Domestic auimals, etc.. 


42,501 


17.32 


Town of Hawley. 

Products. 


$85,035 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


23,924 


9.75 


Animal products, .... 


4,143 


4.87 


Town of liererett. 






Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Products. 


$94,659 


100.00 


Dairy products, . . . . 


3S,138 


38.97 


Animal products, .... 


4,498 


4.75 


Food products 


1,581 


1.86 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


92 


0.10 



238 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of lieverett — Con. 






Town of Monroe. 






Products — Con. 






Products. 


$26,997 


100.00 


Dairy products 


887,611 


29.17 


Animal products, .... 


1,469 


5.44 


Food products 


3,419 


3.61 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


_ 


_ 


Dairy products, .... 


9,01O 


33.37 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


^ 


_ 


Food products 


516 


1.91 


Liquors and beverages, 


533 


0.56 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


_ 


__ 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


6,775 


7.16 


Liquors and beverages, 


210 


0.78 


Wood products 


9,742 


10.29 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


AVooden goods 


34 


0.04 


Poultry products 


1,176 


4.36 


Other products, .... 


1,680 


1.78 


Wood products 


5,427 


20.10 


Cereals, 


3,780 


3.99 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,559 


2.70 


Other products, .... 


24 


0.09 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


2.5,267 


26.69 


Cereals 


215 


0.80 


Meats and game, .... 


3,548 


3.75 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


555 


2.05 


Vegetables, 


5,121 


5.41 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


5,920 


21.93 


Products from mines, quarries, 






ISIeats and game, .... 


929 


3.44 


pits, etc. 


- 


- 


Vegetables, 

Products from mines, quarries, 


1,546 


5.73 


Property. 


$254,851 


100.00 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Land, 


137,898 


54.11 


Property. 


$74,419 


100.00 


Buildings 


63,957 


25.09 


Land 


36,040 


48.43 


Machines, implements, etc., 


15,491 


6.08 


Buildings, 


23,448 


31.51 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


26,749 


10.50 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


3,518 


4.73 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10,756 


4.22 


Domestic animals, etc., 


8,376 


11.25 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,037 


4.08 








Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Town of lieyden. 






Town of montagrne. 






Products. 


$76,110 


100.00 














Products. 


$174,810 


100.00 


Animal products 


5,061 


6.65 


Animal products 


9,097 


5.20 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


80 


0.05 


Dairy products, .... 


26,434 


34.73 


Dairy products, .... 


54,277 


31.05 


Food products 


2,484 


3.26 


Food products, .... 


5,237 


3.00 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


300 


0.17 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


452 


0.26 




144 


0.19 


Liquors and beverages, 


919 


0.53 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


145 


0.08 


Poultry products, .... 


3,418 


4.49 


Poultry products, .... 


7,407 


4.24 


Wood products, .... 


4,691 


6.16 


Wood products 


7,624 


4.36 


Woocien goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


_ 


_ 


Other products 


30 


0.04 


Other products 


2,804 


1.60 


Cereals 


3,901 


5.13 


Cereals 


7,211 


4.12 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,027 


3.98 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, • 


9,414 


5.39 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


20,535 


26.98 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


44,599 


25.51 


Meats and game, .... 


1,182 


l.-W 


Meats and game 


5,168 


2.96 


Vegetables 


5,203 


6.84 


Vegetables, 


19,986 


11.43 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc. 


— 


— 


pits, etc., . . • • • 


90 


0.05 


Property. 


$194,069 


100.00 


Property. 


$500,462 


100.00 


Land 


105,393 


54.31 


Land 


206,902 


41.34 


Buildings, 


38,474 


19.82 


Buildings 


186,784 


37.32 


Machines, implements, etc., 


10,660 


5.49 


Machines, implements, etc., 


24,358 


4.87 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


30,326 


15.63 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


50,195 


10.03 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,216 


4.75 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


31,698 


6.33 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


— 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


525 


0.11 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



239 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Prodccts, 


Value 


Percent- 


AKD Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Toirn of New Salem. 






Town of Orangre. 






Products. 


$103,-212 


100.00 


Products. 


$165,438 


100.00 


Animal products 


4,311 


4.18 


Animal products, .... 


5,800 


3.51 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


175 


0.17 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


25 


0.01 


Dairy products 


21,564 


20.89 


Dairy ijroducts 


67,278 


40.67 


Food products, .... 


2,2.55 


2.18 


Food products, .... 


1,769 


1.07 


Greenhouse products, . 


275 


0.27 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


23 


0.01 


Liquors and beverages, 


518 


0.50 


Liquors and beverages, 


647 


0.39 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


9,039 


8.76 


Poultry products 


8,010 


4.84 


Wood products, .... 


23,706 


22.97 


Wood products, .... 


25,709 


15.54 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


22 


0.02 


Other products 


14 


0.01 


Cereals, 


1,949 


1.89 


Cereals, 


2,379 


1.44 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,138 


3.04 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,460 


2.09 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


87,433 


26.58 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


37,969 


22.95 


Meats and game. 


3,453 


3.34 


Meats and game 


3,908 


2.36 


Vegetables, 


5,374 


5.21 


Vegetables, 


8,268 


5.00 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc. 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


179 


O.H 


Property. 


$287,592 


100.00 


Property. 


$.575,013 


100.00 


Land, 


141,265 


49.12 


Land, 


322,013 


56.00 


Buildings, 


84,980 


29.55 


Buildings 


184,215 


32.04 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


16,105 


5.62 


Machines, implements, etc., 


19,828 


3.45 


Domestic animals, etc., 


28,770 


10.00 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


39,039 


6.79 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


16,412 


5.71 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,343 


1.62 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


575 


O.IO 


Town of Noi'tliaeld. 






Town of Rowe. 






Products. 


$197,032 


100.00 


Products. 


$70,744 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


12,653 


6.42 


Animal products, .... 


3,744 


5.2» 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


7 


0.01 


Dairy products, . . . . 


59,394 


30.14 


Dairy products 


21,924 


30.99 


Food products, .... 


3,641 


1.85 


Food products 


2,648 


3.74 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


27 


0.01 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


1,310 


0.67 


Liquors and beverages. 


559 


0.79 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, . . . . 


10,849 


5.51 


Poultry products 


3,482 


4.92 


Wood products 


10,, 596 


5.38 


Wood products, . . . . 


10,579 


14.95 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


720 


0.37 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Other products 


1,296 


0.66 


Other products, . . . . 


37 


0.05 


Cereals, 


10,090 


5.12 


Cereals 


934 


1.32 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,136 


3.11 


Fruits, berries, aud nuts, . 


2,438 


3.45 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


53,101 


27.97 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


18,731 


26.48 


Meats and game 


7,804 


3.96 


Meats and game 


3,123 


4.42 


Vegetables, 


17,387 


8.82 


Vegetables 


2,535 


3.58 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


28 


0.01 


pits, etc., 


3 


0.01 


Property. 


$618,659 


100.00 


Property. 


$178,042 


100.00 




273,447 


44.20 


Laud, 


74,951 


42.10 


Buildings 


237,974 


38.47 


Buildings 


55,846 


31.37 


Machines, implements, etc., 


21,913 


3.54 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


9,095 


5.11 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


56,437 


9.12 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


21,543 


12.10 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


28,718 


4.64 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


16,602 


9.32 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc, . 


170 


0.03 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


5 


* 



240 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN — Continued. 



Cities, Towks, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


ASD Propertv. 




ages 


AKD Property. 
t 




ages 


Town of Slielburne. 






Town or Snnderland. 






Products. 


$177,744 


100.00 


Products. 


$259,899 


100.00 


Animal products 


9,759 


5.49 


Animal products, .... 


6,901 


2.65 


Clothing, needlework, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


T7,866 


4S.N1 


Dairy products, .... 


82,171 


31.62 


rood products, .... 


2,9G7 


1.67 


Food products 


2,677 


1.03 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


25 


0.01 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


366 


0.14 


Liquors and beverages, 


153 


0.09 


Liquors and beverages. 


110 


0.04 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nur.'*ery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


5,577 


3.14 


Poultry products, .... 


6,125 


2.36 


Wood products 


12,084 


6.80 


Wood products, .... 


3,900 


1.50 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


5 


* 


Other products, .... 


28,457 


10.95 


Cereals, 


8,750 


4.92 


Cereals 


10,806 


4.16 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,014 


2.26 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,995 


3.08 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


47,077 


26.48 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


59,056 


22.72 


Meats and game 


4,526 


2.55 


Meats and game 


3,905 


1.50 


Vegetables 


4,966 


2.79 


Vegetables 


47,264 


18.19 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


- 


- 


pits, etc 


141 


0.05 


Property. 


$432,273 


100.00 


Property. 


$565,158 


100.00 


Land, 


227,240 


.52.57 


Land, 


258,395 


45.72 


Buildings 


87,229 


20.18 


Buildings, 


166,385 


29.44 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


22,402 


5.18 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


45,866 


8.12 


Domestic animals, etc., 


72,932 


16.87 


Domestic animals, etc., 


72,037 


12.75 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


21,970 


5.08 


Fruit ti-ees and vines, . 


20,025 


3.54 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


500 


0.12 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,450 


0.43 


Town of Slintesbary. 






Town of Warwich. 






Products. 


$45,064 


100.00 


Prodticts. 


$109,098 


100.00 


Animal products 


1,839 


4.08 


Animal products 


4,688 


4.30 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


167 


0.37 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


345 


0.32 


Dairy products 


9,239 


20.50 


Dairy products 


18,264 


16.74 


Food products 


1,040 


2.31 


Food products, .... 


1,667 


1.53 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


170 


0.16 


Liquors and beverages. 


344 


0.76 


Liquors and beverages. 


264 


0.24 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


71 


0.06 


Poultry products 


3,210 


7.12 


Poultry products, .... 


5,719 


5.24 


AVood products, .... 


11,671 


3.5.90 


Wood products 


43,074 


39.48 


Wooden goods, .... 


107 


0.37 


Wooden goods, .... 


12 


0.01 


Other products, .... 


30 


0.07 


Other products 


36 


0.03 


Cereals, 


577 


1.28 


Cereals, 


1,177 


1.08 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


937 


2.08 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,677 


2.45 


Ilay, straw, and fodder, 


ll,G.->7 


8.1.87 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


20,160 


18.48 


Meats and game, .... 


1,.'5G2 


3.47 


Meats and game 


2,744 


2.52 


Vegetables 


2,619 


5.81 


Vegetables 


8,030 


7.36 


Products from mines, quairles. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


5 


0.01 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


$194,268 


100.00 


Property. 


$379,733 


100.00 




127,393 


65.58 


Land 


226,571 


59.67 


Buildings, 


42,455 


21.85 


Buildings, 


103,5.52 


27.27 


Machines, Implements, etc.. 


6,(35 


3.41 


Machines, implements, etc., 


12,7.54 


3.36 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


12,757 


6.57 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


22,271 


5.86 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,928 


2..54 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


14,.585 


3. 84 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


100 


0.05 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


— 


- 



PKODUCTS AND PliOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



2il 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF FRANKLIN — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 




Percent- 


AND Pkopertt. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Toivn of Wendell. 






Town of Wliatcly. 






Products. 


$63,837 


100.00 


Products. 


$171,179 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


3,010 


4.72 


Animal products 


9,151 


5.31 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


423 


0.66 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


_ 


Dairy products 


11,677 


18.29 


Dairy products, .... 


4.5, .579 


26.63 


Food products, .... 


1,612 


2.53 


Food products 


4,298 


2.51 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


156 


0.09 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


33 


0.02 


Liquors and beverages, 


455 


0.71 


Liquors and beverages. 


1,501 


0.88 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery prodiicts. 


- 


_ 


Poultry products 


3,838 


6.01 


Poultry products, . 


4,430 


2.59 


Wood products, .... 


19,233 


30.1S 


Wood products, .... 


5,198 


3.04 


Wooden goods 


7 


0.01 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


18 


0.03 


Other products 


41,160 


24.04 


Cereals 


984 


1..54 


Cereals 


6,424 


3.75 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,984 


4.67 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


5,201 


3.04 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


12,686 


19.87 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


33,994 


19.86 


Meats and game 


2,531 


3.97 


Meats and game 


4,229 


2.47 


Vegetables 


4,380 


6.86 


Vegetables 


9,825 


5.74 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


$227,912 


100.00 


Property. 


$570,398 


100.00 


Land, 


137,815 


60.47 


Laud, 


241,294 


42.30 


Buildings, 


53,671 


23.55 


Buildings, 


256,174 


44.91 


Machines, implements, etc., 


10,526 


4.62 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


22,087 


3.87 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


14,963 


6.56 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


41,501 


7.28 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10,937 


4.80 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,342 


1.64 


Mines.-'quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 



COUNTY OF HAMPDEN. 



Town of Agawam. 






Town of Agawam — Con. 






Products. 


$457,053 


100.00 


Property — Con. 






Animal products 


15,037 


3.29 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


$66,303 


4.39 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


119,175 


7.88 


Dairy products 


103,996 


22.75 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


42,939 


2.84 


Food products, .... 


6,644 


1.46 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


650 


0.04 


Greenhouse products, . 


100 


0.02 








Hothouse and hotbed products, 


_ 


_ 


Town of Blandford. 






Liquors and beverages. 


2,833 


0.62 


Products. 


$143,970 


100.00 


Nursery products. 


105 


0.02 


Animal products 


9,175 


6.37 


Poultry products, .... 


25,889 


5.67 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


10 


0.01 


Wood products 


6,799 


1.49 


Dairy products, .... 


.50,945 


35.39 


Wooden goods 


_ 


_ 


Food products 


4,100 


2.85 


Other products, .... 


44,441 


9.72 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


23,091 


5.05 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Fruits, ben-ies, and nuts, . 


45,549 


9.97 


Liquors and beverages. 


788 


0.55 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


120,352 


26.33 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Meats and game, .... 


6,358 


1.39 


Poultry products, .... 


6,739 


4.68 


Vegetables, 


55,816 


12.21 


Wood products 


12,406 


8.62 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Wooden goods 


14 


0.01 


pits, etc., 


43 


0.01 


Other products, .... 


30 


0.02 




Cereals 


4,374 


3.04 


Property. 


$1,511,300 


100.00 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,777 


1.93 


Land, 


684,259 


45.28 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


37,080 


25.75 


Buildings 


597,974 


39.57 


Meats and game, .... 


7,417 


5.15 



242 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPDEN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 

AXn PitOPERTT. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propertt. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town of BlandfortI — Con. 






Town of Chester — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Vegetables 


$7,765 


5.39 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


$21,738 


23.75 


Products from mines, quames, 






Meats and game, .... 


3,2.59 


3.56 


pits, etc 


350 


0.24 


Vegetables, 


5,363 


5.86 


Property. 
Land, 


$568,620 
266,693 


100.00 
46.90 


Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 


16 


0.02 


Buildings 


215,986 


37.98 


Property. 


$287,801 


100.00 


Machines, implements, etc., 


14,588 


2.56 


Land, 


117,911 


40.97 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


54,288 


9.55 


Buildings 


114,116 


39.65 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


13,565 


2.39 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


10,239 


3.56 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,500 


0.62 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


34,093 


11.84 


Ton n of Brimfield. 

Products. 


$180,431 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


11,417 
25 


3.97 
0.01 


Animal products 


10,373 


5.75 


City of CHICOPEE. 






Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Products. 


$182,848 


100.00 


Dairy products, .... 


62,378 


34.57 


Animal products 


5,902 


3.23 


Food products, .... 


3,181 


1.76 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


48,867 


86.40 




44 


0.03 


Food products 


2,433 


1.33 


Liquors and beverages. 


530 


0.29 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,251 


0.68 


Kursery products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


525 


0.29 


Poultry products, .... 


7,436 


4.12 


Liquors and beverages. 


1,133 


0.62 


Wood products 


11,872 


6.58 


Nursery products. 


275 


0.15 




- 


- 


Poultry pi-oducts 


10,993 


6.01 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Wood products, .... 


8,040 


4.40 


Cereals 


8,130 


4.51 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,243 


1.24 


Other products 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


.53,783 


89.78 


Cereals 


12,613 


6.90 


Meats and game, .... 


10,053 


5.57 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


8,980 


4.91 


Vegetables 


10,413 


5.77 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


48,966 


86.78 


Products from mines, quari-ies, 






Meats and game 


6,998 


3.83 


pits, etc., 


55 


0.03 


Vegetables, 


26,452 


14.46 


Property. 
Land 


$568,593 
212,666 


100.00 
37.40 


Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 


20 


0.01 


Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 

Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


263,343 

23,867 

51,200 

16,4.57 

1,060 


46.32 
4.20 
9.00 
2.89 
0.19 


Property. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 


$936,516 

505,542 

325,268 

27,307 

58,492 


100.00 

.53.98 

34.73 

2.92 

6.24 


Toivn of Chester. 

Products. 


$91,523 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


18,807 
1,100 


2.01 
0.12 


Animal products 

Clothing, needle work, etc., 


3,111 


3.40 


Toirn of Kast lioug- 
uiendow. 






Dairy products, .... 


36,.?».'> 


39.99 


Products. 


$124,286 


100.00 


Food products, .... 


2,823 


3.08 


Animal products, .... 


4,229 


3.40 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


43,517 


35.01 


Lifjuors and beverages. 


533 


0.58 


Food products 


1,443 


1.16 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


4,537 


4.96 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


134 


0.11 


Wood products, .... 


7,223 


7.89 


Liquors and beverages, 


444 


0.36 


Wooden goods, .... 
Other products, .... 


115 


0.13 


Nursery products, 
Poultry products. 


9,.577 


7.71 


Cereals, 


2,428 


2.65 


Wood products, .... 


5,559 


4 47 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,782 


4.13 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



243 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPDEN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of East l<ong- 
meadow — Con. 

Products — Con. 

Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 

Hay, straw, and fodder, 

Meats and game, . 

Vegetables, . 

Products from mines, quarries, 

pits, etc., 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Oranville. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products. 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of HanipdeD. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products. 
Liquors and beverages. 



Percent- 
ages 



$900 
8,023 
4,394 

30,889 
635 

10,977 



3,565 



$496,496 

225,1,59 

202,239 

21,782 

33,049 

9,667 

4,600 



$130,441 

4,588 

41,978 

2,757 



1,669 



54 

$426,394 

145,744 

169,741 

18,014 

44,943 

45,607 

2,345 



$141,111 
4,850 

38,399 

2,461 



1,662 



0.73 
6.46 
3.54 
24.85 
0.51 
8.83 

2.87 

100.00 

45.35 

40.73 

4.39 

6.65 
1.95 
0.93 



100.00 
3.52 

33.18 

2.11 



1.28 



7,786 


5.97 


8,544 


6.55 


821 


0.63 


3,341 


2..56 


8,986 


6.89 


32,550 


24.95 


7,301 


5.60 


10,066 


7.72 



0.04 

100.00 
34.18 
39.81 

4.22 
10.54 
10.70 

0.55 



100.00 
3.44 

S7.33 

1.74 



1.18 



Cities, Towns, Proddcts, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Hampden — Con 

Products — Co-a. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, .... 
Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Holland. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, ... 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 



etc. 



Property. 
Land, 
Buildings, 

Machines, implements 
Domestic animals, etc. 
Fruit ti'ees and vines. 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

City of HOI.YOKE. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 



$10,554 
17,737 

\,(m 

7,432 

5,629 

36,137 

4,194 
10,700 

103 

$539,175 

220,580 

201,980 

26,626 

42,087 

47,532 

420 



$28,224 
1,293 



7.48 
12.57 

0.75 

5.27 

3.99 

33.61 

2.97 
7.58 

0.07 

100.00 

40.91 

37.46 

4.94 

7.80 
8.81 
0.08 



100.00 
4..5S 



7,770 27..^3 

74 0.97 



267 



1,336 


4.73 


2,126 


7.53 


6 


0.02 


1,232 


4.37 


479 


1.70 


10,038 


3.'>.53 


1,349 


4.78 


2,064 


7.31 



131,036 

76,356 

37,782 

3,639 

10,367 

2,742 

150 



$144,244 
6,465 

50,939 

827 



95 



100.00 
."18.27 
28.83 
2.78 
7.91 
2.09 
0.12 



100.00 
4.48 

3.).31 

0.57 



2U 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPDEN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propeutt. 



City of IIOL.YOKI: — Con. 

Products — Con. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products, 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetiibles, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines,- implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of liongriueadow. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other jjroducts. 
Cereals, . 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, ... 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of liutllow. 

Prodttcts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 



Value 


Percent- 
ages 


$14,476 


10.04 


325 


0.23 


700 


0.49 


70 


0.05 


6,691 


4.64 


9,755 


6.76 


4,876 


3.38 


3,441 


2.39 


30,005 


20.80 


2,328 


1.61 


13,246 


9.18 


100 


0.07 


$482,283 


100.00 


210,691 


43.69 


207,575 


43.04 


15,063 


3.12 


37,185 


7.71 


9,669 


2.00 


2,100 


0.44 


$59,973 


100.00 


1,652 


2.75 


17,874 


88.80 


220 


0.37 


600 


1.00 


240 


0.40 


20 


0.03 


4,353 


7.26 


515 


0.86 


661 


1.10 


3,157 


5.26 


2,979 


4.97 


19,758 


38.94 


3,421 


5.70 


5,029 


8.39 


100 


0.17 


$496,978 


100.00 


225,054 


4.').41 


227,588 


45.79 


10,395 


2.09 


25,618 


5.16 


6,223 


1.25 


1,,500 


0.30 


$202,012 


100.00 


9,160 


4.54 


- 


- 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Toivn of liUdlow — Con 

Products — Con. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, ... 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc. 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of ITIonson. 

Prodticts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 
Land, 
Buildings, 

Machines, implements 
Domestic animals, etc. 
Fruit trees and vines. 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 



etc., 



Value 



$79,589 

1,846 
21 

1,495 

27 

8,827 

9,320 



12,219 

4,157 

59,808 

5,439 
10,710 



^702,142 

328,106 

265,863 

29,266 

63,251 

15,606 

50 



$289,711 
9,988 

88,068 

4,364 

315 

56 
2,404 

17,998 

35,457 

34 

73 

10,762 

10,631 

81,738 

9,950 

17,819 



1,045,335 

463,836 

386,107 

43,907 

80,737 

70,588 

160 



Percent- 
ages 



39.40 

0.91 
0.01 

0.74 
0.01 
4.37 
4.61 



6.05 

2.06 

89.31 

2.69 
5.30 



100.00 
46.73 
37.86 
4.17 
9.01 
2.22 
0.01 



100.00 
3.45 

30.40 

1.51 
0.11 
0.02 
0.83 

6.21 
12.24 
0.01 
0.03 
3.71 
3.67 
88.81 
3.43 
6.15 

0.02 

100.00 
44.37 
36.94 
4.20 
7.72 
6.75 
0.02 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



245 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPDEN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


VillUG 


Percent- 


AND Propertt. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Montgomery. 






Town of Russell. 






Products. 


$54,257 


100.00 


Products. 


$30,874 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


1,844 


3.40 


Animal products 


1,019 


3.30 


ClothiDg, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


ao,286 


37.39 


Dairy products, .... 


7,704 


24.95 


Food products, .... 


756 


1.39 


Food products 


19 


0.06 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


LiqUors and beverages, 


432 


0.80 


Liquors and beverages. 


194 


0.63 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


2,554 


4.71 


Poultry products 


1,367 


4.43 


Wood products 


6,202 


11.43 


Wood products, .... 


5,996 


19.42 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


962 


1.77 


Cereals, 


550 


1.78 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,307 


4.25 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,330 


4.31 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


12,336 


22.74 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


9,303 


30.13 


Meats and game, .... 


3,375 


6.22 


Meats and game, .... 


1,124 


3.64 


Vegetables 


3,203 


5.90 


Vegetables 


2,208 


7.35 


Products fi-oni mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Property. 


$178,488 


100.00 


Property. 


$129,419 


100.00 


Land, 


89,259 


50.01 


Land, 


60,426 


46.69 


Buildings 


57,222 


32,06 


Buildings, 


48,643 


37.59 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


7,762 


4.35 


Machines, implements, etc, 


5,837 


4.51 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


20,438 


11.45 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


H.-WS 


8.93 


Fruit trees and vines, . . ■ . 


3,807 


2.13 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


2,950 


2.28 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Town of Palmer. 






Town of .«iontliwick. 






Products. 


$135,571 


100.00 


Products. 


$228,472 


100.00 


Animal products 


5,930 


4.37 


Animal products, .... 


11,349 


4.97 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


42,396 


31.27 


Dairy products 


76,985 


33.69 


Food products 


2,750 


2.03 


Food products, .... 


1,551 


0.68 


Greenhouse products, . 


591 


0.44 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,250 


0.55 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


98 


0.07 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


1,211 


0.89 


Liquors and beverages, 


453 


0.20 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


1,050 


0.46 


Poultry products 


9,421 


6.95 


Poultry products, .... 


11,328 


4.96 




7,774 


5.73 


Wood products 


17,467 


7.64 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products 


26,423 


11.56 


Cereals 


5,522 


4.07 


Cereals, 


9,957 


4.36 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,317 


3.19 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


5,443 


2.38 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


40,387 


29.79 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


42,535 


18.62 


Meats and game, .... 


3,.t46 


2.62 


Meats and game, .... 


5,247 


2.30 


Vegetables, 


11,345 


8.37 


Vegetables, 


17,409 


7.62 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


283 


0.21 


pits, etc., 


25 


0.01 


Property. 


$558,752 


100.00 


Property. 


$658,555 


100.00 


Land, 


229,895 


41.15 


Land, 


269,355 


40.90 


Buildings, 


251,233 


44.96 


Buildings 


284,465 


43.20 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


15,526 


2.78 


Machines, implements, etc., 


24,357 


3.70 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


44,420 


7.95 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


60,813 


9.23 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


17,288 


3.09 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


18,690 


2.84 




390 


0.07 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


875 


0.13 



2i6 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPDEN — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


City of SPRIXUFIELD. 






Town of Ht^ales. 






Products. 


$177,436 


100.00 


Products. 


$61,735 


100.00 


Animal products 


7,179 


4.05 


Animal products 


3,702 


6.00 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


38,757 


21.84 


Dairy products, .... 


18,196 


89.47 


Food products, .... 


1,192 


0.67 


Food products 


820 


1.33 


Greenhouse products, . 


27,862 


15.70 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


1,436 


0.81 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and bevei-ages, 


1,173 


0.66 


Liquors and beverages, 


299 


0.48 


Nursery products. 


3,836 


2.16 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


13,041 


7.35 


Poultry products 


2,847 


4.61 


Wood products 


2,616 


1.47 


Wood products 


7,554 


12.24 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


293 


0.17 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


7,055 


4.48 


Cereals, 


1,326 


2.15 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


9,657 


5.44 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


892 


1.44 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


26,609 


15.00 


Hay, sti-aw, and fodder, 


18,830 


30.49 


Meats and game, .... 


6,078 


3.43 


Meats and game 


2,547 


4.13 


A'egetables 


29,305 


16.5-2 


Vegetables 


4,732 


7.66 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


447 


0.25 


pits, etc 


*" 


- 


Property. 


$881,618 


100.00 


Property. 


$228,468 


100.00 


Land, 


419,471 


47.58 


Land 


77,745 


34.03 


Buildings, 


342,921 


38.90 


Buildings, 


116,418 


50.95 


Machines, implements, etc., 


35,467 


4.02 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


9,816 


4.30 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


49,466 


5.61 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


18,924 


8.28 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


28,361 


3.22 


Fruit trees and vines,.. 


5,390 


2.36 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


5,932 


0.67 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


175 


0.08 


Town of Tollaud. 






Town of IVestfield. 






Products. 


$46,540 


100.00 


Products. 


$378,575 


100.00 


Animal products 


2,046 


4.40 


Animal products 


16,641 


4.40 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


250 


0.07 


Dairy products 


13,938 


29.99 


Dairy pi-oducts, .... 


103,735 


27.93 


Food products, .... 


2,246 


4.82 


Food products, .... 


1,194 


0.33 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


250 


0.07 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed jiroducts. 


405 


0.11 


Liquors and beverages. 


460 


0.99 


Liquors and beverages. 


979 


0.26 


Nursery products. 


- 




Nursery products. 


9 


* 


Poultry products, .... 


1,963 


4.22 


Poultry products 


13,2,55 


3.50 




2,855 


6.13 


Wood products, .... 


25,301 


6.68 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


80 


0.17 


Other products 


.57,484 


15.18 


Cereals 


827 


1.78 


Cereals 


22,008 


5.81 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,227 


2.64 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


9,726 


2..57 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


14,.'>S6 


31.34 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


87,048 


22.99 


Meats and game 


2,324 


4.99 


Meats and game 


10,746 


2.84 


Vegetables, 


3,968 


8.53 


Vegetables 


27,511 


7.27 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc 


13 


* 


Property. 


$180,658 


100.00 


Proiterty. 


$1,233,217 


100.00 




85,794 


47.49 


Land 


.557,0.53 


45.17 


Buildings 


.57,755 


31.97 


Buildings 


499,016 


40.47 


Machines, implements, etc., 


7,174 


3.97 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


40,624 


3.29 


Domestic animals, etc., 


20,647 


11.43 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


108,908 


8.83 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,288 


.5.14 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


23,116 


1.87 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Jliues, quarries, pits, etc., . 


4,500 


0.37 



PRODUCTS AND PKOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



247 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPDEN — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Pkopeett. 


Vahie 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town or West Spriiigr- 












field. 






Town of ^Vilbraham. 






Products. 


$315,.597 


100.00 


Products. 


$175,158 


100.00 


Animal products 


10,145 


3.21 


Animal products, .... 


7,388 


4.22 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


72,444 


22.96 


Dairy products 


49,427 


88.22 


Food products, .... 


1,298 


0.41 


Food products 


3,531 


2.02 


Greenliouse products, . 


1,150 


0.36 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


810 


0.26 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


693 


0.22 


Liquors and beverages, 


1,870 


1.07 


Kursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, 


5,402 


1.71 


Poultry products, .... 


15,797 


9.02 


Wood products, .... 


12,166 


3.86 


Wood products 


10,9.39 


6.24 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


5 


* 


Other products, .... 


4,650 


1.47 


Other products 


82 


0.05 


Cereals 


10,314 


3.27 


Cereals 


11,266 


6.43 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


9,476 


3.00 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,711 


4.40 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


52,151 


16.52 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


43,16.') 


25.78 


Meats and game 


3,802 


1.21 


Meats and game, 


4,634 


2.64 


Vegetables, 


131,036 


41.53 


Vegetables, 


17,228 


9.84 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


40 


0.01 


pits, etc. 


115 


0.07 


Property. 


$1,092,584 


100.00 


Property. 


$790,151 


100.00 


Land, 


552,907 


50.60 


Land 


330,251 


41.80 


Buildings 


416,233 


38.10 


Buildings 


317,353 


40.16 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


29,216 


2.67 


Machines, implements, etc., 


33,.536 


4.25 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


66,315 


6.07 


Domestic animals, etc., 


50,969 


6.45 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


25,638 


2.35 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


57,621 


7.29 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,275 


0.21 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


421 


0.05 



COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE. 



Town of Amliei'St. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, ... 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 



Property. 



Land, 
Buildings, 



$360,565 


100.00 


19,299 


5.35 


169,206 


46.93 


388 


0.11 


2,500 


0.69 


905 


0.25 


1,226 


0.34 


475 


0.13 


12,547 


3.48 


4,394 


1.22 


5,173 


1.44 


16,662 


4.62 


6,842 


1.90 


94,322 


26.16 


7,245 


2.01 


19,301 


5.35 


80 


0.02 


$968,081 


100.00 


454,185 


46.92 


381,071 


39.36 



Town of Amherst — Con. 
Property — Con. 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Belchertow^u. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 



$35,536 

87,589 

9,300 

400 

$324,926 
15,869 

183,147 

10,478 

378 

205 

2,826 

106 

15,621 

21,820 

20 

305 

11,380 

9,471 

81,323 

9,655 



248 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of Belchertown-Con. 

Products — Coil. 

Vegetables, 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Macliines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Toivii of Cbestei'field. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenliouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . . . 

"Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc 



J'roperty. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Cuniinington. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle worl;, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
AVood products, . 
Wooden goods, ... 
Other products, ... 
Cereals 



Value 


Percent- 
ages 


$21,931 


6.75 


191 


0.06 


$957,907 


100.00 


413,421 


43.16 


375,955 


39.25 


46,1^5 


4.82 


87,523 


9.13 


32,953 


3.44 


1,890 


0.20 


$107,051 


100.00 


7,158 


6.69 


39,276 


36.69 


5,105 


4.77 


874 


0.82 


2,796 


2.61 


10,838 


10.12 


1 


0.01 


17 


0.01 


2,230 


2.08 


2,898 


2.71 


27,338 


23.54 


4,610 


4.30 


3,904 


3.65 


$358,005 


100.00 


142,044 


39.68 


132,646 


37.05 


16,250 


4.54 


33,014 


9.22 


34,051 


9.51 


$105,973 


100.00 


3,771 


3.56 


46,4.58 


43.84 


5,826 


O.50 


1 


* 


442 


0.42 


4,253 


4.01 


6,292 


5.94 


105 


0.10 


12 


0.01 


2,484 


2.34 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of Comniington-Con. 

Products — Con. 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 

Meats and game 

Vegetables, 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Toivn of Eastlminpton. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle worlj, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
AVooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Propet-ty. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quaiTies, pits, etc., . 

Town of Enfleld. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle worls, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood produ(;ts, 



$2,561 

24,911 

4,975 

3,882 



$290,703 

107,546 

123,010 

8,730 

34,012 

17,405 



$187,354 

6,168 

30 

78,820 

1,971 

1,200 

46 

802 

170 

6,026 

5,914 

2,210 
6,839 
5,951 
54,990 
3,440 
12,715 

62 

$548,942 

199,430 

216,942 

48,445 

52,232 

29,993 

1,900 

$66,820 
3,451 

23,002 

1,977 

4 

278 

3,975 
1,663 



Percent- 
ases 



2.42 

23.51 

4.69 

3.66 



100.00 
37.00 
42.31 

3.00 
11.70 

5.99 



100.00 

3.29 

0.01 

42.07 

1.05 
0.64 
0.02 
0.43 
0.09 
3.22 
3.16 

1.18 

3.65 

3.18 

29.35 

1.S4 
6.79 

0.03 

100.00 
36..33 
39.52 
8.83 
9.51 
5.46 
0.35 



100.00 
5.16 

34.42 

2.96 



0.42 

5.95 
2.49 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



249 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE ~ Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Enfield — Con. 
Products — Cou. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pita, etc., . 

Toirn of Oostaen. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Oranby. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products. 



$3,320 

3,471 

18,707 

2,63S 
4,334 



$221,375 

100,150 

82,341 

10,650 

24,695 

3,539 



$64,474 
4,730 

26,261 

1,427 



614 

2,281 
4,969 



563 

1,850 

16,.331 

2,786 
2,472 



$186,723 
80,775 
60,050 
12,725 
19,963 
13,210 



$210,428 
11,078 

90,496 

3,736 

14 



4.97 

5.19 

28.00 

3.95 
6.49 



100.00 

45.24 

37.19 

4.81 

11.16 

1.60 



100.00 
7.34 

40.73 

2.21 



0.95 

3.54 
7.71 



0.87 

2.87 

2.5.63 

4.32 
3.83 



100.00 
43.26 
32,16 

6.82 
10.69 

7.07 



100.00 
5.26 

43.00 

1.77 

0.01 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of Oranby — Con 

Products — Con. 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Grceiiwicli. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, ... 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, ... 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Hartley. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.; 



Value 



$917 

6,704 
13,470 

24 
8,346 
5,824 

47,298 

7,584 

14,882 

55 

$644,415 

323,491 

218,262 

24,349 

64,969 

12,509 

835 



$52,141 

2,236 

20 

20,643 

1,588 



162 

4,123 

1,633 
38 

2,006 

1,524 

13.533 

1,157 
3,456 



$170,439 

70,861 

69,386 

8,192 

19,099 

2,901 



$416,802 
16,694 



250 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Towxs, Pkodccts, 
AND Property. 



Town or Itadley — Con. 
Products — Con. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Kursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 



Town or Hatfield. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenliouse products, . 
Hothouse and liotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 


Percent- 
ages 


$133,386 


39..?8 


2,089 


0..'iO 


127 


0.03 


648 


0.16 


20 


* 


15,135 


3.63 


5,298 


1.27 


78,973 


18.95 


31,831 


7.64 


10,238 


2.46 


89,252 


21.41 


3,558 


0.85 


39,643 


9.51 


10 


* 


$1,069,814 


100.00 


552,280 


51.62 


380,065 


35.53 


41,034 


3.84 


89,162 


8.33 


7,173 


0.67 


100 


0.01 


$304,863 


100.00 


8,140 


2.67 


30,951 


10.15 


3,040 


1.00 


55 


0.02 


1,067 


0.35 


5,737 


1.88 


6,413 


2.10 


138,393 


51.96 


13,294 


4.36 


2,962 


0.97 


41,468 


13.60 


4,104 


1.35 


29,240 


9.59 


$1,017,401 


100.00 


438,837 


43.13 


476,488 


46.84 


34,519 


3.39 


63,584 


6.25 


3,973 


0.39 




- 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town or Huntingrion. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Mursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, » 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town or ^liddlefield. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, Implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$81,542 
3,295 

37,.330 

2,874 



796 



4,044 


4.96 


9,001 


11.04 


2,248 


2.76 


2,599 


3.19 


31,363 


36.30 


3,008 


3.69 


4,540 


5.57 



225 

$293,178 

106,932 

132,181 

12,110 

29,475 

12,430 

50 



$73,670 
3,216 

37,438 

2,930 



100.00 
4.04 

33.79 

3.52 



0.97 



383 



3,122 


4.24 


3,773 


5.12 


929 


1.26 


2,182 


2.96 


30,980 


38.48 


2,943 


3.99 


5,784 


7.85 



$235,402 
93,802 
95,2,55 
8,743 
26,444 
11,158 



0.27 

100.00 

36.47 

45.09 

4.13 

10.05 

4.24 

0.02 



100.00 
4.37 

37.33 

3.98 



0.52 



100.00 
39.85 
40.47 

3.71 
11.23 

4.74 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



251 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



City or BfOKTHAMPTOBT. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products- 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
"Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
IDits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Towu of Peltaain. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$356,816 
13,982 

114,714 

3,255 

12,285 

72'J 

1,482 

82 

12,967 

10,812 

210 

10,781 

13,890 

9,4.i0 

113,393 

6,017 

27,971 

2,796 

$1,447,076 
637,645 

588,222 

64,928 

90,578 

56,118 

9,585 



$57,9.iS 

2,922 

51 

11,122 

1,140 



287 

4,285 

12,492 

25 

33 

1,599 



100.00 
3.92 

3a. 15 

0.91 
3.44 
0.21 
0.42 
0.02 
3.63 
3.03 
0.06 
3.02 
3.89 
2.65 
32.34 
1.69 
7.84 

0.78 

100.00 
44.06 
40.65 
4.49 
6.26 
3.88 
0.66 



100.00 

5.04 

0.09 

19.19 

1.97 



0.50 

739 
2..55 
0.04 
0.06 
2.76 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



1,075 


1.85 


17,558 


30.3S 


1,865 


3.22 


3,510 


6.06 


$188,599 


100.00 


101,059 


53.59 


51,607 


27.36 


9,299 


4.93 


16,183 


8.58 


7,051 


3.74 


3,400 


1.80 



Town of I>lainfiel<l. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other ijroducts, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, beri'ies, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game. 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Tonu of Hrescott. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., ...... 

Property. 
Land, .... 
Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$78,002 


100.00 


2,677 


3.43 


30 


0.04 


S7,438 


48.00 


3,499 


4.49 



234 

3,129 
3,404 

3 

1,514 

1,103 

18,600 

4,287 
2,084 



$190,359 
77,208 
71,365 
6,052 
25,297 
10,387 
50 



$63,186 

4,238 

164 

19,006 
1,530 



190 



4,806 


7.61 


3,327 


5.27 


14 


0.03 


27 


0.04 


1,885 


2.98 


1,407 


2.23 


30,681 


33.73 


2,504 


3.96 


3,357 


5.31 



50 

$189,149 

102,681 

43,530 

8,050 

23,73b 

11,100 

50 



0.30 

4.01 
4.36 

« 

1.94 
1.41 

23.85 
5.50 
2.67 



100.00 

40.56 

37.49 

3.18 

13.29 

5.46 

0.02 



100.00 
6.71 
0.26 

30.08 
2.42 



0.30 



0.08 

100.00 

54.28 

23.01 

4.26 

12.55 

5.87 

0.03 



252 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



189." 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE — Continued. 



Cities, Towxs, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Tonn of Sonthniiipton. 

Product.'!. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood pi-oducts, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Ilay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries 
ints, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Soutb Iladley. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, Implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$262,934 


100.00 


9,131 


3.47 


63 


0.02 


113,113 


4».78 


2,919 


1.11 


178 


0.07 


972 


0.37 


8,221 


3.13 


15,537 


5.91 


10,177 


3.S7 


7,618 


2.90 


7,377 


2.81 


63,500 


24.15 


6,718 


2.55 


15,212 


5.79 



198 

$669,655 

274,715 

228,557 

60,046 

70,929 

32,008 

3,400 



$260,010 
8,185 

113,253 

1,.5.57 

60 
1,039 

10,163 
2,687 

380 

8,261 

13,044 

77,711 

3,337 
20,305 

28 

$725,669 

309,735 

259,636 

52,755 

70,195 

32,048 

1,300 



Percent- 
ages 



0.07 

100.00 

41.02 

34.13 

8.97 

10.59 

4.78 

0.51 



100.00 
3.15 

43.56 

0.60 

0.03 
0.40 

3.91 
1.03 

0.14 

3.18 

5.02 

29.89 

1.28 
7.81 

0.01 

100.00 

42.68 

3.5.78 

7.27 

9.67 

4.42 

• 0.18 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propertt. 



Town of Ware. 

I'roducts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Tow^n of Westhamptou. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products. 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

BuiWlings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$159,576 

5,871 

75 

63,530 

1,166 

1,157 

306 

1,729 

8,447 
8,476 



6,921 

4,625 

40,656 

3,262 
13,342 

11 

$525,928 

206,160 

235,835 

19,578 

48,141 

14,774 

1,440 



$101,607 
4,600 

43,186 

2,582 



366 



130 

$318,591 
140,176 
94,700 
22,102 
31,099 
27,964 
2,550 



100.00 
3.68 
0.05 

39.81 
0.73 
0.73 
0.19 
1.08 

5.29 
5.31 

* 

4.34 

2.90 

23.48 

2.04 
8.36 

0.01 

100.00 
39.20 
44.84 
3.72 
9.15 
2.81 
0.28 



100.00 
4.53 

42. 50 

2. .54 



0.36 



3,700 


3.64 


9,889 


9.73 


857 


0.84 


2,301 


2.27 


2,9.56 


2.91 


25,344 


24.94 


2,364 


2.33 


3,3.32 


3.28 



0.13 

100.00 
44.00 
29.72 
6.94 
9.76 
8.78 
0.80 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



253 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Tow^n of Williamsburg. 

l^rodiccts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Oreenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed jjroducts 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 
Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$147,438 


100.00 


6,553 


4.44 


31,198 


34.73 


2,.591 


1.76 


581 


0.39 


6,776 


4.60 


9,192 


6/23 


1,254 


0.85 


2,842 


1.93 


6,610 


4.48 


47,640 


sa.si 


4,785 


3.25 


7,274 


4.93 


142 


0.10 


$487,584 


100.00 


174,735 


35.84 


163,859 


33.61 


39,534 


8.11 


44,714 


9.17 


61,542 


12.62 


3,200 


0.65 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of WortUiugton. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$124,095 
4,519 

51,184 

7,591 



341 

5,851 
5,639 



3,985 

2,669 

33,661 

5,170 
3,485 



$357,803 

136,188 

145,186 

10,415 

41,947 

24,067 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



Town of Acton. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Oreenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 



Property. 



Land, 
Buildings, 



$206,667 


100.00 


15,431 


7.47 


10 


* 


79,196 


38.33 


4,433 


2.14 


60 


0.03 


66 


0.03 


14,174 


6.86 


4,041 


1.96 


1,000 


0.48 


30 


0.01 


1,,503 


0.73 


11,789 


5.70 


33,.'}63 


26.89 


931 


0.45 


18,363 


8.89 


i i 


0.04 


$773,280 


100.00 


255,405 


33.03 


299,427 


38.72 



Town of Acton — Con. 
Property — Con. 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Arlington. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 
Cei-eals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 



$30,642 

71,517 

114,974 

1,315 

$375,247 
7,185 

15,120 

5,850 



2,302 
262 

1,600 

2,264 
3,2.50 
2,055 



254: 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towks, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town of Arliiigrton — Con. 






Town of Ashland — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Vegetables, 


$334,899 


89.2.5 


Cereals, 


$2,132 


2.33 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Fruits, hemes, and nuts, . 


2,107 


2.30 


pits, etc 


460 


0.12 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


87,947 


30.S1 


Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc, 


$1,369,905 

849,317 

414,190 

54,130 


100.00 

62.00 

30.23 

3.95 


Meats and game, .... 

Vegetables, 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 


1,516 
5,410 

2,900 


1.65 
5.91 

3.17 


Domestic animals, etc., 


41,0(59 


3.00 


Property. 


$503,194 


loo.oa 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


5,699 


0.42 


Land, 


207,610 


41.26 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


5,500 


0.40 


Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 


232,625 

14,798 


46.23 
2.94 


Town of Asliby. 






Domestic animals, etc., 


23,392 


4.65 


Products. 


$138,337 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


24,552 


4.88 


Animal products 


8,276 


5.98 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


217 


0.04 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products 


174 
45,461 


0.13 
33.86 


Town of Ayer. 






Food products 


1,194 


0.86 


Products. 


$27,113 


100.00 


Greenhouse products, . 


30 


0.02 


Animal products 


1,453 


5.36 




15 


0.01 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 


813 


0.,59 


Dairy products 

Food products, .... 


7,958 

353 


89.33 

1.30 


Poultry products, .... 


14,053 


10.16 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,300 


4.79 


Wood products 


9,062 


6.55 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


170 


0.63 


Wooden goods, .... 


67 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages, 


76 


0.28 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Cereals 


3,513 


2.54 


Poultry products 


3,056 


11.27 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,864 


4.96 


Wood products, .... 


1,018 


3.75 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


34,335 


24.82 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Meats and game, .... 


4,094 


2.96 


Other products 


5 


0.02 


Vegetables, 


10,384 


7.51 


Cereals, 


785 


2.90 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


278 


103 


pits, etc., 





* 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


7,838 


88.96 


Property. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 


$511,074 

222,262 

200,970 

24,575 

43,772 

18,720 


100.00 

43.49 

39.32 

4.81 

8.57 

3.66 


Meats and game, .... 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 
Land 


106 
2,559 

150 

$147,043 
73,598 


0.39 
9.44 

0.55 

100.00 
50.05 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


775 


0.15 


Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 


55,851 
5,565 


37.98 
3.79 


Town of AHhIan<l. 






Domestic animals, etc., 


9,326 


6.34 


J'i'oducts. 
Animal products 


$91,588 
5,146 


100.00 
5.62 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, (juarries, pits, etc., . 


2,278 
425 


1.55 
0.29 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


200 


0.22 








Dairy products, .... 


30,4.11 


33.2.'} 


Town of Bedfftrd. 






Food products 


490 


0..53 


Products. 


$181,598 


100.00 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Animal products 


8,329 


4.59 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


21 


0.02 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


96 


0.10 


Dairy products, .... 


«2,743 


34.55 


Nursery i)roducts. 


- 


- 


Food products, .... 


350 


0.19 


Poultry products, . 


9,046 


9.88 


Greenhouse products, . 


2,000 


1.10 


Wood pro<lucts 


3,926 


4.29 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


127 


0.07 


Other products, .... 


200 


0.22 


Nursery products, 


24,000 


13.22 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



255 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of Bedford — Con. 
Products — Con. 
Poultry products, 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Belmont. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Billerica. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 



^7,536 
4,260 



262 

4,665 
41,184 

1,004 
25,073 

65 

$723,697 

331,317 

213,533 

27.069 

56,035 

94,593 

1,150 



$290,239 
3,346 

9,148 

680 

15,625 

5,211 

13,922 

1,700 

2,836 

25 

180 

3 

36,359 

10,375 

4,553 

1S6,276 



$1,098,363 

581,120 

349,049 

38,621 

38,798 
90,775 



$257,659 

8,063 

100 

76,670 

79 
595 



Percent- 
ages 



4.15 
2.35 



0.14 
2.57 

22.68 
0.55 

13.81 

0.03 

100.00 

45.78 

29.51 

3.74 

7.74 

13.07 

0.16 



100.00 
1.15 

3.15 

0.23 
5.38 
1.80 

4.80 
0.59 
».98 
0.01 

0.06 

* 

12.53 

3.57 

l.,57 

64.18 



100.00 

52.91 

31.78 

3.52 

3.53 

8.26 



100.00 

3.13 

0.04 

89.76 

0.03 
0.23 



Cities, Towns, PRonncTs, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of Billerica — Con. 
Products — Con. 
Hothouse and liotbed products. 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 

pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Boxborongrli. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game. 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Burlington. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 



$491 

74 

800 

23,947 

11,800 

8 

600 

1,324 

24,.343 

63,344 

2,634 

40,767 

20 

1,431,861 

510,211 

.599,264 

75,753 

72,856 

173,477 

300 



$89,689 
7,897 

40,246 

174 

3 

50 

6,939 

2,621 

7 

5 

1,267 

2,788 

S3,604 

395 

3,678 

15 

$357,573 

148,136 

115,182 

11,163 

34,293 

48,478 

321 



$133,876 

5,688 



25(3 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, To^-ns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AKi) Propertv. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Burlingrton — Con. 






Town of Carlisle. 






Products — Con. 






Products. 


$102,121 


100.00 


Dairy products, .... 


§43,2.^7 


31.57 


Animal products, . . . . 


6,511 


6.38 


Food products, .... 


- 


- 


Clotliing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,900 


1.42 


Dairy products, . . . . 


40,752 


39.90 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


125 


0.09 


Food products 


595 


0.58 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse aud hotbed products, 


120 


0.12 


Poultry products, .... 


2,.^19 


1.88 


Liquors and beverages, 


52 


0.05 


Wood products 


2,735 


2.04 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


7,307 


7.15 


Other products, . . , . 


- 


- 


Wood products 


5,409 


5.30 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


8 


0.01 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,6S4 


3.50 


Other products, .... 


205 


0.20 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


16,151 


12.06 


Cereals 


959 


0.94 


Meats and game, .... 


858 


0.64 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,749 


3.67 


Vegetables, 


56,959 


42.55 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


29,458 


28.85 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Meats and game 


406 


0.40 


pits, etc 


— 


- 


Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 


6,362 


6.23 


Property. 


S296,780 


100.00 


pits, etc 


228 


0.22 


Land 


159,3.58 


53.70 








Buildings, 


82,890 


27.93 


Property. 


$360,908 


100.00 








Land, 


174,430 


48.33 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


16,377 


5.52 








Domestic animals, etc.. 


28,150 


9.48 


Buildings, 


125,454 


34.76 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10,005 


3.37 


Macliines, implements, etc.. 


13,648 


3.78 








Domestic animals, etc., 


33,654 


9.33 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


— 


_ 














Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,747 


3.53 








Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


975 


0.27 


City of CA.1IBRIDOE. 






Town of Clielnisford. 






Products. 


$117,327 


100.00 














Products, 


$237,848 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


338 


0.29 








Clothing, needle work, etc., 






Animal products 


12,982 


5.46 


Dairy products 


4,084 


3.48 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Food products, .... 






Dairy products 


62,786 


26.40 


Greenhouse products, . 


lOl.OOO 


86.08 


Food products 


954 


0.40 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 






Greenhouse products, . 


2,lU0 


0.88 








Hothouse and hotbed products. 


4.59 


0.19 


Nursery products. 






Liquors and beverages. 


444 


0.19 


Poultry products 


288 


0.25 


Nursery products, 


7,000 


2.94 


Wood products, .... 






PoTi'.try products, . 


27,091 


11.39 


Wooden goods, .... 






Wood products 


9,485 


3.99 


Other products 


_ 




Wooden goods, .... 


*~ 


— 


Cereals, 






Other products 


304 


0.13 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


646 


0.55 


Cereals 


1,197 


0.50 


Hay, straw, and fo<lder, 


145 


0.12 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


12,460 


5.24 


IMeats and game, .... 


466 


0.40 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


62,439 


26.25 


Vegetables, 


7,985 


6.81 


Meats and game, .... 


3,417 


1.44 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Vegetables 


33,829 


14.22 




2,375 


2.02 


Products from mines, quarries, 












pits, etc., 


901 


0.38 


Property. 


$395,611 


100. 00 


Property. 


$1,812,664 


100.00 


Land 


251, .565 


63..59 


Land, 


826,980 


45.62 


Buildings, 


123,500 


31.22 


Buildings, 


751,805 


41.48 


Machines, implements, etc., 


14,352 


3.63 


Machines, implements, etc., 


70,315 


3.88 




2,728 


0.69 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


78,373 


4.32 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


1,866 


0.47 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


75,186 


4.15 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,600 


0.40 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


10,005 


0..55 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



257 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Concord. 






Town of Dunstable. 






Products. 


$406,.569 


100.00 


Products. 


$104,213 


100.00 


Animal pi-oducts 


28,fi.'J7 


7.05 


Animal products 


6,042 


5.80 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy producta, .... 


108,4.t4 


86.67 


Dairy pi-oducts 


89,781 


38.17 


Food products 


•2,.!:57 


0.58 


Food products 


315 


0.30 


Greenhouse products, . 


4,800 


1.18 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


1,180 


0.29 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


405 


0.10 


Liquors and beverages. 


503 


0.54 


Nursery products, 


3,050 


0.75 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


13,971 


3.44 


Poultry products 


8,432 


8.09 


Wood products, .... 


9,868 


2.43 


Wood products 


5,890 


5.65 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


U,40S 


3.54 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


1,098 


0.27 


Cereals, 


2,322 


2.23 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


24,489 


6.02 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,105 


1.12 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


77,260 


19.00 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


31,803 


30.. i8 


Meats and game 


4,684 


1.15 


Meats and game, .... 


1,411 


1.35 


"Vegetables 


110,901 


27.88 


Vegetables 


6,489 


6.23 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc. 


1,027 


0.25 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


$1,297,7.54 


100.00 


Property. 


$370,028 


100.00 


Land, 


553,522 


42.65 


Land 


172,0.50 


46.50 


Buildings 


477,892 


36.83 


Buildings 


120,350 


32.52 


Machines, implements, etc., 


65,015 


5.01 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


14,174 


3.83 


Domestic animals, etc., 


125,611 


9.68 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


35,275 


9.53 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


71,115 


5.48 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


28,153 


7.61 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


4,599 


0.35 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


20 


0.01 


Town of Dracat. 






City of EVERETT. 






Products. 


$288,995 


100.00 


Products. 


$50,959 


100.00 


Animal products 


13,901 


4.81 


Animal products, .... 


450 


0.88 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


101,038 


34.97 


Dairy products 


1,835 


3.60 


Food products 


3,677 


1.27 


Food products, .... 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


500 


0.17 


Greenhouse products, . 


29,03.) 


56.96 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


120 


0.04 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


360 


0.71 


Liquors and beverages. 


842 


0.29 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


2,500 


4.90 


Poultry products, . . . . 


17,528 


6.07 


Poultry products 


473 


0.93 


Wood products, . . . . 


13,341 


4.62 


Wood products 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


1,800 


0.62 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


1 


* 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


1,737 


0.60 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,867 


2 38 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


697 


1.37 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


73,266 


a.j.35 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


1,894 


3.72 


Meats and game, . . . . 


11,525 


3.99 


Meats and game, .... 


- 


- 


Vegetables, 


42,062 


14.76 


Vegetables, 


5,760 


11.30 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


170 


0.06 


pits, etc., 


7,965 


15.a3 


Property. 


$1,358,531 


100.00 


Property. 


$363,220 


lOO.OO 


Laud 


668,095 


49.18 


Land, 


292,816 


811.62 


Buildings, 


434,989 


32.02 


Buildings, 


42,386 


11.67 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


62,799 


4.62 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


6,764 


1.86 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


83,564 


6.15 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


2,762 


0.76 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


107,984 


7.95 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


242 


0.07 


]Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,100 


0.08 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


18,250 


5.02 



258 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND PliOPERTT. 




ages 


AND Propertt. 




ages 


Town or Framinghani. 






Town of Ilolliston. 






Products. 


$336,674 


100.00 


Products. 


$143,3.57 


100.00 


Animal products 


21,666 


6.43 


Animal products 


8,691 


6.06 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


.'512 


0.15 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


2,460 


1.72 


Dairy products 


93,910 


38.49 


Dairy products 


50,341 


35.36 


Food products 


3,4.'J8 


1.03 


Food products, .... 


239 


0.17 


Greenhouse products, . 


26,045 


7.74 


Greenhouse products, . 


2,391 


1.67 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


2,632 


0.78 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


2,662 


1.86 


Liquors and beverages, 


526 


0.16 


Liquors and beverages, 


147 


0.10 


Nursery products, 


1,180 


0.35 


Nursery products. 


800 


0.56 


Poultry products 


26,305 


7.81 


Poultry products, .... 


12,690 


8.85 


Wood products 


5,793 


1.72 


Wood products, .... 


4,936 


3.44 


Wooden goods, .... 


18 


* 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


8 


^ 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals, . . . . 


11,805 


3.51 


Cereals, 


1,670 


1.16 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


9,795 


2.91 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,294 


2.99 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


95,232 


28.29 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


40.975 


38.38 


Meats and game 


3,981 


1.18 


Meats and game, .... 


1,663 


1.16 


Vegetables 


31,064 


9.23 


Vegetables, ..... 


9,130 


6.37 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc 


744 


0.22 


pits, etc., 


68 


0.05 


Property. 


$1,909,219 


100.00 


Property. 


$675,454 


100.00 


Land, 


777,887 


40.74 


Land, 


275,290 


40.76 


Buildings, 


841,188 


44.06 


Buildings, 


319,208 


47.26 


Machines, implements, etc, 


62,275 


3.26 


Machines, implements, etc., 


22,667 


3.35 


Domestic animals, etc., 


102,060 


5.35 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


33,293 


4.93 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


119,289 


6.25 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


24,046 


3.56 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


6,.520 


0.34 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


950 


0.14 


Town or Oroton. 






Town of Ilopkinton. 






Products. 


$194,218 


100.00 


Products. 


$179,861 


100.00 


Animal products 


13,977 


7.19 


Animal products 


10,761 


5.98 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


250 


0.13 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


325 


0.18 


Dairy products, .... 


48.903 


3.>.18 


Dairy products 


65.781 


36.57 


Food products 


3,923 


2.02 


Food products 


896 


0.50 


Greenhouse products, . 


2,200 


1.13 


Greenhouse products, . 


700 


0.39 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


92 


0.05 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


1,193 


0.67 


Liquors and beverages, 


195 


0.10 


Liquors and beverages. 


720 


0.40 


Nursei-y products. 


100 


0.05 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


13,008 


6.70 


Poultry products, .... 


17,810 


9.90 


Wood products 


10,521 


5.42 


Wood products, .... 


13,362 


7.43 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


3,847 


1.98 


Cereals 


3,693 


2.05 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,520 


336 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,495 


2.50 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


71,8S6 


36.99 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


44,773 


24.89 


Meats and game, . . . . 


4,785 


2.46 


Meats and game 


2,447 


1.36 


Vegetables, 


13,848 


7.13 


Vegetables 


12,848 


7.15 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products fiom mines, quarries, 






pits, etc., 


214 


0.11 


pits, etc., 


57 


0.03 


Property. 


$1,324,547 


100.00 


Property. 


$853,042 


100.00 


Land 


613,964 


46..35 


Land 


425,071 


49.83 


Buildings 


!)29,445 


39.97 


Buildings 


332,880 


39.02 


Macliines, implements, etc.. 


43,.501 


3.28 


IMachiues, implements, etc.. 


27,111 


3.18 


Domestic animals, etc., 


69,464 


5.25 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


41,030 


4.81 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


66,516 


5.02 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


24,925 


2.92 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,657 


0.13 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,025 


0.24 



PKODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



259 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Totvn of Hudson. 






Town of liincoln. 






Products. 


$92,202 


100.00 


Products. 


$246,331 


100.00 


Animal products 


4, .510 


4.89 


Animal products 


14,359 


5.83 


Clothiug, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothiug, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


27,560 


29.89 


Dairy products, .... 


69,446 


28.19 


Food products, .... 


127 


0.14 


Food products, .... 


1,880 


0.76 


Greenliouse products, . 


510 


0.55 


Greenhouse products, . 


7,550 


3.07 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


277 


0.30 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


338 


0.14 


Liquors and beverages, 


47 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages. 


58 


0.02 


Nursery products. 


20 


0.02 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


10,187 


11.05 


Poultry products, 


16,682 


6.77 


Wood products 


3,534 


3.83 


Wood products, .... 


8,744 


3.55 


Wooden goods, .... 


5 


0.01 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


768 


0.31 


Cereals 


1,222 


1.32 


Cereals 


1,301 


0.5S 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,803 


8.46 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


18,220 


7.40 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


23,039 


24.99 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


.51,199 


20.79 


Meats and game 


1,539 


1.67 


Meats and game 


5,623 


2.28 


Vegetables, 


11,429 


12.40 


Vegetables 


50,038 


20.31 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


393 


0.43 


pits, etc., 


125 


0.05 


Property. 


$533,365 


100.00 


Property. 


$999,195 


100.00 


Land, 


228,250 


42.79 


Land 


480,451 


48.08 


Buildings 


218,868 


41.04 


Buildings 


367,413 


36.77 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


18,209 


3.41 


Machines, implements, etc., 


35,779 


3.58 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


32,119 


6.02 


Domestic animals, etc., 


72,936 


7.30 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


31,069 


5.83 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


40,746 


4.0S 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


4,8.50 


0.91 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,870 


0.19 


Tonu of liexiiigton. 






Town of Iiittleton. 






Products. 


$270,738 


100.00 


Products. 


$218,070 


100.00 


Animal products 


13,145 


4.86 


Animal products, .... 


15,827 


7.26 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc, 


- 


- 


Dairy products, . . . . 


83,186 


31.46 


Dairy products 


86,2.54 


39.33 


Food products, .... 


750 


0.28 


Food products 


760 


0.35 


Greenhouse products, . 


5,746 


2.12 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


780 


0.29 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


16 


0.01 


Liquors and beverages, 


113 


0.04 


Liquors and beverages. 


132 


0.06 


Nursery products, 


100 


0.04 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


13,469 


4.98 


Poultry products, .... 


10,271 


4.71 


Wood products 


2,411 


0.89 


Wood products 


6,786 


3.11 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


646 


0.24 


Cereals 


2,198 


1.01 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


5,399 


1.99 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


12,819 


5.88 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


55,404 


20.46 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


71,899 


32.97 


Meats and game, . . . . 


4,993 


1.84 


Meats and game 


1,339 


0.61 


Vegetables 


74,.546 


aT..!* 


Vegetables 


9,765 


4.48 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


8,050 


2.97 


pits, etc., 


4 


* 


Property. 


$1,051,696 


100.00 


Property. 


$839,458 


100.05 




481,570 


45.79 


Land 


305,143 


36.35 


Buildings 


386,532 


36.76 


Buildings 


278,388 


33.16 


Machines, implements, etc., 


42,722 


4.06 


Machines, implements, etc., 


25,403 


3.03 


Domestic animals, etc., 


82,550 


7.85 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


78,901 


9.40 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


53,979 


5.13 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


151,523 


1S.05 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


4,343 


0.41 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


100 


0.01 



260 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Proddcts, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AKD Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


City of liOWEIili. 






City of IfIARl.BOROU«If. 






Products. 


$79,087 


100.00 


Products. 


$168,068 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


1,929 


2.44 


Animal products, .... 


5,455 


3.24 


Clotliing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


.505 


0.30 


Dairy products, .... 


11,437 


14.46 


Dairy products 


5a,o.io 


30.97 


Food products, .... 


85 


0.11 


Food products 


139 


0.08 


Greenhouse products, . 


83.026 


39.11 


Greenhouse products, . 


7,090 


4.22 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


431 


0.55 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


80 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages. 


28 


0.04 


Liquors and beverages. 


82 


0.05 


Nursery products. 


575 


0.73 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


6,533 


8.26 


Poultry products, .... 


14,251 


8.48 


Wood products 


1,363 


1.72 


Wood products, .... 


8,619 


5.13 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


255 


0.32 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Cereals 


4,422 


2.63 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,485 


3.14 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


11,279 


6.71 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


13,589 


17.18 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


39,695 


23.62 


Meats and game, .... 


350 


0.44 


Meats and game 


3,121 


1.86 


Vegetables 


16,782 


21.22 


Vegetables 


20,501 


12.20 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


219 


028 


pits, etc. 


779 


0.46 


Property. 


$674,352 


100.00 


Property. 


$688,557 


100.00 


Land, 


421,700 


62..53 


Land, 


358,108 


52.01 


Buildings 


198,425 


29.42 


Buildings 


228,769 


33.23 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


19,295 


2.86 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


24,114 


3.50 


Domestic animals, etc., 


21,480 


3.19 


Domestic animals, etc., 


43,544 


6.32 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,152 


0.47 


i Fruit trees and vines, . 


28,112 


4.08 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


10,300 


1.53 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


5,910 


0.86 


City of DIAL.OEN. 






Town of JHaynard. 






Products. 


$78,615 


100.00 


Products. 


$63,853 


100.00 


Animal products 


799 


1.02 


Animal products, . 


5,349 


8.38 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


2,979 


3.79 


Dairy products, .... 


26,558 


41.59 


Food products 


- 


- 


Food products, .... 


20 


0.03 


Grecnhou.se products, . 


59,280 


75.41 


Greenhouse products, . 


775 


1.21 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


25 


0.03 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


133 


0.21 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


58 


0.09 


Nursery products. 


200 


0.25 


j Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


1,905 


2.42 


Poultry products, .... 


1,759 


2.75 




40 


0.05 


Wood products 


1,185 


1.86 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


45 


0.06 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


265 


0.42 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


162 


0.21 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,430 


5..37 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


2,123 


2.70 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


18,616 


29.15 


Meats and game, . . . . 


795 


101 


Meats and game. 


488 


0.76 


Vegetables 


1,262 


1.60 


Vegetables 


.5,182 


8.12 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc • . . 


9,000 


11.45 


pits, etc. 


35 


0.06 


Property. 


$179,306 


100.00 


Property. 


$332,502 


100.00 


Land 


94,850 


.52.90 


Land, 


158,003 


47.54 


Buildings 


39,881 


22.24 


' Buildings 


115,457 


34.72 


Machines, Implements, etc.. 


12.624 


7.04 


Machines, implements, etc., 


11,851 


3.56 


Domestic animals, etc., 


3,973 


2.21 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


27,196 


8.18 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


478 


0.27 


: Fruit trees and vines, . 


19,135 


5.76 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


27,500 


15.34 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


800 


0.24 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



261 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, PRODncxs, 


Vahie 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


City or ^lEDFORD. 






Town of Nsitieh. 






Products. 


$77,666 


100.00 


Products. 


$244,970 


100.00 


Animal products 


1,500 


1.93 


Animal products, .... 


13,772 


5.62 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


285 


0.12 


Dairy products, .... 


11,946 


15.38 


Dairy products, .... 


67,517 


87.56 


Food products 


8 


0.01 


Food products 


233 


0.10 


Greenhouse products, . 


23,850 


30.71 


Greenhouse products, . 


58,915 


24.05 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


49 


0.03 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


618 


0.25 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


84 


0.03 


Poultry products, .... 


2,730 


3.52 


Poultry products 


36,867 


15.05 


"Wood products, .... 


1,024 


1.32 


Wood products 


4,864 


1.99 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


1 


* 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, . . , . 


10 


* 


Cereals 


14 


0.02 


Cereals 


2,402 


0.98 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,365 


1.76 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


5,556 


2.27 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


6,714 


8.64 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


38,135 


15.57 


Meats and game 


- 


- 


Meats and game 


1,525 


0.62 


Vegetables, 


3S,313 


36.71 


Vegetables 


18,012 


5.31 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


1,125 


0.46 


Property. 


$705,753 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,190,767 


100.00 


Land 


521,310 


73.86 


Land, 


458,053 


38.47 


Buildings, 


144,7.57 


20.51 


Buildings, 


573,736 


48.18 


Machines, implements, etc., 


12,816 


1.82 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


38,458 


3.23 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


10,792 


1.53 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


66,326 


5..57 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


16,078 


2.28 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


50,419 


4.23 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 




Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,775 


0.32 


Town of Melrose. 






City of BTEWTOBT. 






Products. 


$33,222 


100.00 


Products. 


$326,658 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


504 


1.52 


Animal products 


12,107 


3.71 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


549 


1.65 


Dairy products, .... 


138,133 


42.89 


Food products, .... 


- 


- 


Food products 


270 


0.08 


Greenhouse products, . 


15,000 


45.13 


Greenhouse products, . 


41,761 


12.78 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 




Hothouse and hotbed products, 


407 


0.12 


Liquors and beverages, 


11 


0.03 


Liquors and beverages. 


504 


0.15 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


20 


0.01 


Poultry products 


397 


1.20 


Poultry products 


13,200 


4.04 


Wood products, .... 


75 


0.23 


Wood products, .... 


2,406 


0.74 


Wooden goods 


_ 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


90 


0.27 


Other products 


227 


0.07 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


495 


0.15 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


187 


0.56 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


15,351 


4.70 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


2,945 


8.86 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


40,822 


12.50 


Meats and game, .... 


600 


1.81 


Meats and game, .... 


1,978 


0.60 


Vegetables 


10,080 


30.34 


Vegetables 


37,.'?23 


11.43 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


2,784 


8.38 


pits, etc 


21,654 


6.63 


Property. 


$225,576 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,763,903 


100.00 




154,895 


68.66 


Land, 


1,070,605 


60.70 


Buildings, 


58,687 


26.02 


Buildings, ..... 


450,184 


25.52 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


7,068 


3.13 


Machines, implements, etc., 


44,650 


2.53 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


2,680 


1.19 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


70,093 


3.97 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


246 


0.11 


Fruit ti'ces and vines, . 


48,721 


2.76 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,000 


0.89 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


79,650 


4.52 



262 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Pkoddcts, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Tonn of North Readine- 






Town of Beadingr. 






Products. 


$116,634 


100.00 


Products. 


$152,505 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


5,981 


5.13 


Animal products, .... 


5,327 


3.49 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


1,065 


0.91 


Clothing, needle work, etc. 


225 


0.15 


Dairy products 


33,946 


88.8.5 


Dairy products, .... 


36,717 


24.08 


Food products, .... 


1,380 


1.18 


Food products 


895 


0.59 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


4,375 


2.87 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


96 


0.08 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


535 


0.35 


Liquors and beverages. 


678 


0.58 


Liquors and beverages, 


127 


0.08 


Nursery products. 


200 


0.17 


Nursery products. 


48,000 


37.54 


Poultry products, .... 


16,304 


13.98 


Poultry products, .... 


10,563 


6.93 


Wood products 


10,953 


9.39 


Wood products, .... 


3,903 


2.56 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 




Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


1,485 


1.28 


Cereals, 


762 


0.50 


Fruits, beiTies, and nuts, . 


7,862 


6.74 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,484 


4.91 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


22,251 


19.08 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


19,865 


13.02 


Meats and game, .... 


1,913 


1.64 


Meats and game, .... 


1,552 


1.02 


Vegetables, 


13,335 


11.43 


Vegetables, 


17,725 


11.62 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


185 


0.16 


pits, etc., 


450 


0.29 


Proiterty, 


$539,408 


100.00 


Property. 


$679,148 


100.00 


Land, 


232,213 


43.05 


Land 


242,045 


35.64 


Buildings, 


215,770 


40.00 


Buildings 


339,871 


50.04 


Machines, implements, etc, 


28,208 


5.23 


Machines, implements, etc., 


27,608 


4.07 


Domestic animals, etc., 


34,123 


6.33 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


33,212 


4.89 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


27,014 


5.01 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


33,582 


4.94 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,050 


0.38 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,830 


0.42 


Town of Pepperell. 






Town of Slierborn. 






Products. 


$182,309 


100.00 


Products. 


$193,981 


100.00 


Animal products 


11,746 


6.44 


Animal products, .... 


15,724 


8.11 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


61,S61 


33.93 


Dairy products 


71,794 


37.01 


Food products 


4,851 


2.66 


Food products 


562 


0.29 


Greenhouse products, . 


350 


0.19 


Greenhouse products, . 


104 


0.05 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


24 


0.02 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


40 


0.02 


Liquors and beverages. 


15 


0.01 


Liquors and beverages, 


1,068 


0.55 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, . . . . 


15,720 


8.62 


Poultry products, .... 


13,787 


7.11 


Wood |)ro(lucts 


6,116 


3.36 


Wood products 


5,278 


2.72 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products 


200 


0.11 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


4,125 


2.26 


Cereals, 


3,506 


1.81 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,333 


1.83 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


16,176 


8.34 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


61,936 


33.97 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


49,1.'>8 


8.J.34 


Meats and game 


3,308 


1.S2 


Meats and game 


2,801 


1.44 


Vegetables, 


8,701 


4.77 


Vegetables 


13,701 


7.06 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


23 


0.01 


pits, etc, 


282 


0.15 


Pr<yptrty. 


$898,513 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,044,967 


100.00 


Land, 


352,140 


39.19 


Land 


452,088 


43.26 


Buildings 


436,837 


48.62 


Buildings 


401,382 


38.41 


Machines, implements, etc., 


30,611 


3.41 


Machines, implements, etc., 


34,.")77 


3.31 


Domestic animals, etc., 


45,660 


5.08 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


66,61)1 


6.38 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


32,720 


3.64 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


87,244 


8.35 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


545 


0.06 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc, . 


2,985 


0.29 



PRODUCTS AND PKOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



2(33 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value ' 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of .Shirley. 






Town of Stoneliaiu. 






Products. 


$81,075 


100.00 


Products. 


$69,867 


100.00 


Animal products 


4,387 


5.41 


Animal products 


2,604 


3.73 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


25,009 


30.8.5 


Dairy products, . . . 


25,078 


35.89 


Food products 


361 


0.44 


Food products 


- 


- 


Greeniiouse products, . 


300 


0.37 


Greenhouse products, . 


21,770 


31.16 


Hotiiouse and liotbed products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


77 


0.09 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


8,545 


10.54 


Poultry products. 


2,818 


4.03 


Wood products, .... 


4,348 


5.36 


Wood products, .... 


20 


0.03 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


2,415 


2.98 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,014 


4.95 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


100 


0.14 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


84,72.5 


30.30 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


6,308 


9.03 


Meats and game, .... 


1,180 


1.4C 


Meats and game, .... 


287 


0.41 


Vegetables, 


5,684 


7.01 


Vegetables 


10,882 


15.58 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


30 


0.04 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Property. 


$390,455 


100.00 


Property. 


$207,.538 


100.00 


Land 


196,380 


50.29 


Land 


117,9.50 


56.83 


Buildings, 


140,825 


36.07 


Buildings 


69,400 


33.44 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


10,815 


2.77 


Machines, implements, etc., 


9,863 


4.75 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


27,362 


7.01 


Domestic animals, etc., 


10,325 


4.98 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


14,073 


3.60 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,000 


0.26 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


City of SOJlERVIIiliE. 






Town of Stow. 






Products. 


$45,915 


100.00 


Products. 


$131,.V26 


100.00 


Animal products 


246 


0.54 


Animal products, .... 


6,250 


4.75 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


10,780 


23.48 


Dairy products 


51,810 


39.39 


Food products, .... 


- 


- 


Food products, .... 


15 


0.01 


Greenhouse products, . 


26,800 


58.37 


Greenhouse products, . 


465 


0.35 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


215 


0.16 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


132 


0.10 


Kursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 




139 


0.30 


Poultry products, . . . . 


6,611 


5.03 


Wood products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Wood products, . . . . 


6,466 


4.92 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Other products, . . , . 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


1,376 


1.05 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


10,899 


8.29 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


35,212 


28.77 


Meats and game 


- 


- 


Meats and game 


784 


0..59 


Vegetables, 


50 


0.11 


Vegetables, 


11,254 


8.56 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quaiTies, 






pits, etc. 


7,900 


17.20 


pits, etc 


37 


0.03 


Property. 


$149,492 


100.00 


Property. 


$537,729 


100.00 


Land 


97,800 


65.42 


Land 


254,325 


47.30 


Buildings 


27,119 


18.14 


Buildings, 


187,266 


34.83 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


3,575 


2.39 


Machines, implements, etc., 


21,156 


3.93 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


1,898 


1.27 


Domestic animals, etc., 


39,687 


7.38 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


- 


- 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


34,425 


6.40 




19,100 


12.78 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


870 


0.16 



264 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Pboddcts, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Sadbury. 






Tonrn of Townsend. 






Products. 


$264,583 


100.00 


Products. 


$138,685 


100.00 


Animal products 


18,72G 


7.08 


Animal products 


5,454 


3.93 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


72,499 


27.40 


Dairy products, .... 


26,895 


19.39 


Food products 


1,471 


0..56 


Food products, .... 


73 


0.05 


Greenhouse products, . 


13,430 


5.08 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


446 


0.17 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


248 


0.09 


Liquors and beverages, 


18 


0.02 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


12,237 


4.62 


Poultry products 


1,787 


1.29 


Wood products 


9,073 


3.43 


Wood products 


3,273 


2.36 


Wooden goods, .... 


32 


0.01 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


640 


0.24 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


2,497 


0.94 


Cereals, 


30 


0.02 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


8,012 


3.03 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,180 


5.18 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


64,266 


24.29 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


78,733 


56.77 


Meats and game 


1,824 


0.69 


Meats and game 


- 


- 


"Vegetables, 


59,042 


22.32 


Vegetables 


15,242 


10.99 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., . . . , . 


140 


0.05 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


$879,420 


100.00 


Property. 


$348,944 


100.00 


Land 


302,017 


34.34 


Land 


171,135 


49.04 


Buildings 


377,597 


42.94 


Buildings, 


117,598 


33.70 


Machines, implements, etc., 


50,223 


5.71 


Machines, implements, etc., 


28,508 


8.17 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


99,601 


11.33 


Domestic animals, etc., 


20,066 


5.75 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


46,612 


5.30 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


11,587 


3.32 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,370 


0.38 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


50 


0.02 


Town of Tewksbury. 






Town of Tyngrsborongli. 






Products. 


$251,277 


100.00 


Products. 


$87,436 


100.00 


Animal products 


11,146 


4.44 


Animal products 


4,400 


5.03 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


45,072 


17.94 


Dairy products 


3S,018 


32.04 


Food product.*, .... 


3,013 


1.20 


Food products, .... 


1,078 


1.23 


Greenhouse products, . 


18,175 


7.23 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


2,507 


1.00 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


150 


0.06 


Liquors and beverages, 


271 


0.31 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


16,212 


6.45 


Poultry products, .... 


9,110 


10.42 




6,757 


2.69 


Wood products 


3,129 


3.58 


Wooden goods, .... 




- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products 




- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


1,770 


0.70 


Cereals, 


1,649 


1.89 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


0,264 


3.69 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,060 


2.36 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


.55,104 


21.95 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


26,937 


30.81 


Meats and game 


5,1.57 


2.05 


Meats and game. 


1,210 


1.38 


Vegetables, 


76.623 


30.49 


Vegetables, 


9,484 


10.85 








Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


267 


0.11 


])its, etc 


90 


0.10 


Property. 


$1,230,425 


100.00 


Property. 


$637,586 


100.00 




574,118 


46.43 


Land 


259,730 


40.74 


Buililings, 


476,489 


38.54 


Buildings, 


237,735 


37.29 


^lachines, implements, etc.. 


61,323 


4.96 


Machines, implements, etc., 


36,356 


5.70 


Domestic animals, etc., 


60,418 


4.89 


Domestic animals, etc., 


41,650 


6.53 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


56,827 


4..59 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


53,134 


8.33 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


7,250 


0..59 


Mines, (juarries, pits, etc., . 


8,975 


1.41 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



265 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Pkoperty. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 

ayos 


TowD of T\'akefield. 






Town of Watertowu. 






Products. 


$,■55,656 


100.00 


Products. 


$195,681 


100.00 


Animal products 


2,440 


4.38 


Animal products 


1,769 


0.90 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


31,100 


37.91 


Dairy products 


19,875 


10.16 


Food products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Food products 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


13,479 


24.22 


Greenhouse products, . 


27,800 


14.21 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


155 


0.28 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


316 


0.16 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


5,726 


10.29 


Poultry products. 


2,071 


1.06 


"Wood products, . . . . 


177 


0.32 


Wood products, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


194 


0.35 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,899 


3.52 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


9,160 


16.46 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


9,725 


4.97 


Meats and game 


238 


0.43 


Meats and game, .... 


1,580 


0.81 


Vegetables 


2,909 


5.22 


Vegetables, 


12.5,346 


64.06 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


78 


0.14 


pits, etc., 


300 


0.15 


Property. 


$238,315 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,111,384 


100.00 


Land, 


116,568 


48.92 


Land, 


835,904 


75.21 


Buildings, 


93,134 


39.08 


Buildings, 


218,989 


19.71 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


8,322 


3.49 


jNlachines, implements, etc., 


21,232 


1.91 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


10,803 


4.53 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


19,798 


1.78 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


5,788 


2.43 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,461 


1.12 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,700 


1.55 


Mines, (luarries, pits, etc., . 


3,000 


0.27 


City of WA1.THAM. 






Town of Wayland. 






Products, 


$253,740 


100.00 


Products. 


$179,362 


100.00 


Animal products 


13,777 


5.43 


Animal products, .... 


10,362 


5.78 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


200 


O.U 


Dairy products, .... 


85,741 


33.79 


Dairy products 


.58,892 


32.83 


Food products 


4,242 


1.67 


Food products, .... 


495 


0.28 


Greenhouse products, . 


28,800 


11.35 


Greenhouse products, . 


5,000 


2.79 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


1,575 


0.62 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


10 


0.01 


Liquors and beverages. 


136 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages, 


255 


0.14 


Nursery products. 


3,030 


1.19 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


13,019 


5.13 


Poultry products, .... 


16,537 


9.22 


Wood products 


2,638 


1.04 


Wood products 


4,171 


2.33 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


130 


0.05 


Other products 


500 


0.28 


Cereals, 


867 


0.34 


Cereals, 


3,181 


1.77 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,584 


2.60 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,772 


2.66 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


44,628 


17.59 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


51,683 


38.81 


Meats and game, .... 


6,643 


2.62 


Meats and game 


2,495 


1.39 


Vegetables 


41,094 


16.20 


Vegetables 


20,790 


11.59 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


836 


0.33 


pits, etc. 


20 


0.01 


Property. 


$1,210,895 


100.00 


Property. 


$770,287 


100.00 


Land 


629,550 


51.99 


Land 


325,390 


42.24 


Buildings, 


412,367 


34.05 


Buildings, 


299,203 


38.85 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


43,414 


3. .59 


Machines, implements, etc., 


32,811 


4.26 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


69,878 


5.77 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


69,193 


S.98 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


35,811 


2.96 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


40,680 


5.28 




19,875 


1.64 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


3,010 


0.39 



2(56 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Westrord. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothiug, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . "■. 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 



Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town or 'Westou. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
■Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, ... 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Macliines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$211,456 
7,014 

51,788 

•211 

22'2 

203 

3,266 

20,676 
10,050 

8 

2,929 

29,879 

64,678 

1,696 
18,836 



$1,122,207 

323,578 

464,602 

60,039 

59,322 

214,666 



$245,704 
14,395 

84,836 

2,772 

4,000 

397 

381 

630 

18,792 

5,418 

1,259 

2,395 

11,170 

66,361 

5,254 
26,985 

59 

$1,271,414 

601,675 

452,485 

39,630 

85,517 

24,947 

7,160 



100.00 
3.32 

24.49 
0.10 
0.10 
0.10 
1.54 

9.78 
4.75 

* 

1..39 

14.13 

30.59 

0.80 
8.91 



100.00 

28.83 

41.40 

5.35 

5.29 

19.13 



100.00 
5.86 

34.53 

1.13 
1.87 
0.16 
0.15 
0.26 
7.65 
2.21 

0.51 

0.97 

4.55 

27.01 

2.14 
10.98 

0.02 

100.00 
.52.04 
35.59 
3.12 
C.73 
1.96 
0.56 



Cities, Towns, PRonncTS, 
AND Propertt. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of WiliuiugtoU' 

Prodiicts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.j 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of ■Winchester. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 
Land, .... 

Buildings 

Ma(!hiuc8, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$84,743 

3,919 

15 

18,215 

i.oas 

2,715 

268 

90 

8,739 
9.999 

15 

775 
9,771 

15,829 
2,641 

10,282 

387 

$639,722 

322,838 

247,759 

22,188 

26,452 

15,785 

4,700 



$194,036 
3,916 

29,576 

33,800 
344 



2,599 
930 

497 

1,823 

6,119 

130 

114,303 



$418,153 

226,637 

142,582 

27,261 

20,118 

1,555 



100.00 
4.62 
0.02 
21.49 
1.28 
3.20 
0.32 
0.11 

10.31 
11.80 

0.02 

0.91 

11.53 

18.68 

3.12 

12.13 

0.46 

100.00 
50.47 
38.73 
3.47 
4.13 
2.47 
0.73 



100.00 
2.02 

15.24 

17.42 
0.18 



1.34 
0.48 

0.25 

0.94 

3.15 

0.07 

58.91 



100.00 

54.20 

34.10 

6.52 

4.81 

0.37 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



267 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


City or TVOBlJBBr. 






City of WOBIJRN — Con. 






Products. 


$185,193 


100.00 


Products — Con. 






Animal products 


4,431 


2.39 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


$3,316 


1.79 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


8,560 


4.62 


Dairy products 


24,606 


13.29 


Meats and game, .... 


1,029 


0.56 


Food products 


2 


* 


"Vegetables, 


88,310 


47.68 


Greenhouse products, . 


34,125 


18.43 


Products from mines, quarries^ 






Hothouse and hotbed products, 


4,490 


2.42 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Property. 


$621,020 


100.00 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Land, 


363,845 


58.59 


Poultry products 


15,352 


8.29 


Buildings, 


184,658 


29.78 


Wood j)roducts, .... 


815 


0.44 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


20,922 


3.37 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc., 


46,297 


7.46 


Other products, .... 


67 


0.04 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,798 


0.77 


Cereals 


90 


0.05 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


500 


0.08 



COUNTY OF NANTUCKET. 



TovFn of NantnclEet. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 



$144,071 


100.00 


5,497 


3.82 


350 


0.24 


48,020 


33.33 


192 


0.13 


585 


0.41 


45 


0.03 


21,007 


14.58 


20 


0.02 


1,242 


0.86 


2,613 


1.81 



Tonm of Bf aiitncliet — Con. 

Products — Con. 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . . . . 

Vegetables, 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$1,947 

34,833 

4,852 

22,518 

350 

$355,126 

189,199 

114,461 

16,115 

34,622 

429 

300 



COUNTY OF NORFOLK. 



Toirn of Avon. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, 
Wood products, 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 



$47,649 


100.00 


2,255 


4.73 


15,108 


31.71 


500 


1.05 


5,635 


11.83 


1,711 


3.59 


60 


0.13 



Town of Avon — Con. 
Products — Con. 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, .... 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 

pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$674 
13,400 

3,565 
4,741 



$206,596 

71,643 

104,290 

10,652 

16,186 

3,825 



268 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF NORFOLK — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Pkopertv. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Bellingrtiam. 






Town of Brookline. 






I'roducts. 


$105,599 


100.00 


Products. 


$128,059 


100.00 


Animal iiroducts 


5,125 


4.85 


Animal products 


3,386 


2.64 


Cflothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


43,630 


41.31 


Dairy products, .... 


53,846 


41.87 


Food products 


535 


0.51 


Food products, .... 


95 


0.07 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


39,405 


30.77 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


4 


* 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


305 


0.24 


Liquors and beverages. 


416 


0.39 


Liquors and beverages. 


54 


0.04 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Xursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


7,552 


7.15 


Poultry products 


1,761 


1.37 


Wood products, .... 


11, .390 


10.79 


Wood products 


548 


0.43 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


300 


0.24 


Cereals, 


1,828 


1.73 


Cereals 


20 


0.02 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


804 


0.76 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,808 


3.76 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


23,863 


22.60 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


12,528 


9.78 


Meats and game 


769 


0.73 


Meats and game 


- 


- 


"Vegetables 


9,693 


9.18 


Vegetables, 


11,758 


9.18 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc. 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


245 


0.19 


Property. 


$308,7!^ 


100.00 


Property. 


$646,576 


100.00 


Land 


117,973 


38.21 


Land 


389,000 


60.16 


Buildings 


144,880 


46.93 


Buildings, 


201,294 


31.13 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


10,942 


3.54 


Machines, implements, etc., 


12,410 


1.92 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


30,518 


9.89 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


27,911 


4.32 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,315 


1.40 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


14,161 


2.19 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


100 


0.03 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,800 


0.23 


Town of Brsiintree. 






Town of Canton. 






Products. 


$167,416 


100.00 


Products. 


$90,492 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


8,095 


4.83 


Animal products, . . . . 


5,075 


5.61 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


200 


0.22 


Dairy products 


45,854 


27.39 


Dairy jiroducts 


87,823 


30.7S 


Food products, .... 


- 


- 


Food products 


6 


0.01 


Greenhouse products, . 


4,730 


2.83 


Greenhouse products, . 


5,000 


5.52 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


3 


« 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


1 


0.01 


Xursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


15,767 


9.42 


Poultry products, .... 


4,963 


5.48 




3,668 


2.19 


Wood products 


3,it04 


4.31 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


l.iO 


0.17 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,622 


2.76 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


634 


0.70 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


25,859 


15.45 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


34,602 


38.84 


Meats and game 


35,684 


21.31 


Meats and game. 


2,703 


2.99 


Vegetables 


23,137 


13.82 


Vegetables, 


5,422 


5.99 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


- 


— 


Property. 


$503,725 


100.00 


Property. 


$492,481 


100.00 


Land, 


192,078 


38.13 


Land, 


300,302 


60.98 


Buildings 


217,427 


43.16 


Buildings, 


149,010 


30.26 


Macliines, implements, etc., 


28,935 


5.75 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


14,104 


2.86 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


58,922 


11.70 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


25,592 


5.20 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


6,303 


1.26 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,473 


0.70 


Mine-s, quarries, pits, etc, . 


- 


- 


Mines, (luarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


~ 



PRODUCTS AND PKOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF NORFOLK — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Towu of Coliasset. 

Prodiicts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 

"Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Towu of Dedbani. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 
I'Cereals, . 

'Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit ti-ees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 


Percent- 
ages 


$39,358 


100.00 


1,259 


3.20 


9,159 


23.27 


4,500 


11.43 


2,450 


6.22 


4,403 


11.19 


1,227 


3.12 


286 


0.73 


58 


0.15 


8,971 


22.79 


598 


1..52 


6,447 


16.38 


$201,589 


100.00 


109,074 


54.11 


73,350 


36.39 


7,265 


3.60 


9,110 


4.52 


2,790 


1.38 


$260,818 


100.00 


13,371 


5.13 


400 


0.15 


118,844 


45.36 


7,249 


2.78 


8,720 


3.34 


173 


0.07 


95 


0.04 


18,800 


7.21 


5,765 


2.21 


553 


0.21 


1,559 


0.60 


64,028 


24.55 


1,539 


0.59 


19,572 


7.50 


150 


0.06 


$1,315,9.59 


100.00 


782,780 


,59.48 


408,996 


31.08 


29,856 


2.27 


83,265 


6.33 


8,152 


0.62 


2,910 


0.22 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of Dover. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products, , 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Foacborongrli. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



$147,646 
9,549 

51,930 

050 
6,900 

17 

17,469 

4,667 



1,045 

411 

41,357 

2,163 
11,488 



$569,843 

263,338 

227,980 

20,701 

46,295 

11,529 



$105,082 

5,728 

310 

38,933 

275 

9,225 

793 

40 

10,979 

4,977 

156 

7 

5,54 

4,535 

23,390 

1,494 

9,669 

28 

$566,714 

267,310 

241,831 

19,261 

33,J00 

5,087 



270 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF NORFOLK — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Vnliip 


Percent- 


Cities, Towss, Proddcts, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND PROPERTr. 


Y ajuc 


ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Franklin. 






Town of Hyde Park. 






Proditcts. 


$130,738 


100.00 


Products. 


$10,704 


100.00 


Animal products 


10,046 


7.68 


Animal products 


60 


0.5S 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


40,833 


31.23 


Dairy products 


610 


5.70 


Food products, .... 


347 


0.27 


Food products 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


425 


0.32 


Greenhouse products, . 


8,806 


82.27 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


889 


0.30 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


175 


1.64 


Liquors and beverages, 


•JIO 


0.16 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


100 


0.08 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


7,621 


5.83 


Poultry products 


248 


2.32 


Wood products 


11,637 


8.90 


Wood products, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


4,258 


3.26 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,227 


4.76 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


237 


2.21 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


3.5.499 


27.15 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


10 


0.09 


Meats and game 


1,550 


1.19 


Meats and game, .... 


- 


- 


Vegetables 


11,065 


8.46 


Vegetables 


558 


5.21 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc 


532 


0.41 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


$495,375 


100.00 


Property. 


$174,.344 


100.00 


Land, 


227,674 


45.96 


Land 


146,487 


84.02 


Buildings, 


197,988 


39.97 


Buildings, 


26,160 


15.01 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


15,388 


3.11 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


1,222 


0.70 


Domestic animals, etc., 


44,826 


9.05 


Domestic animals, etc., 


300 


0.17 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


8,084 


1.63 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


175 


0.10 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,415 


0.28 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Town of Holbrook. 






Town of 9Iedfield. 






Products. 


$54,625 


100.00 


Products. 


$69,096 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


2,759 


5.05 


Animal products 


4,929 


7.13 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


10,704 


19.60 


Dairy products 


26,189 


37.90 


Fooil products 


- 


- 


Food products 


83 


0.12 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,800 


3.30 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,100 


1.59 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


33 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


35 


0.05 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


8,318 


15.23 


Poultry products 


4,228 


6.12 


Wood products 


4,820 


8.82 


Wood products 


3,352 


4.85 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


770 


1.12 


Fruits, beiTies, and nuts, . 


312 


0.57 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,034 


1..50 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


12,042 


22.04 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


21,430 


31.02 


Meats and game, . . . . 


9,371 


17.15 


Meats and game 


774 


1.12 


Vegetables, 


4,499 


8.24 


Vegetables, 


5,019 


7.26 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


- 


- 


pits, etc 


120 


0.17 


Property. 


$188,922 


100.00 


Property. 


$298,248 


lOO.OO 




71,990 


38.11 


Land 


120,288 


40.33 


Buildings 


83,400 


44.14 


Buildings 


142,060 


47.63 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


10,337 


5.47 


Machines, implements, etc., 


8,368 


2.81 


Domestic animals, etc., 


21,687 


11.48 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


23,523 


7.89 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


1,508 


0.80 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,159 


1.06 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Miuen, quarries, pits, etc., . 


850 


0.28 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



271 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF NORFOLK — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Medway. 






Town of Milton. 






Products. 


$77,287 


100.00 


Products. 


$134,667 


100.00 


Animal products 


4,410 


5.71 


Animal products 


5,306 


3.94 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


27,869 


36.06 


Dairy products 


70,102 


52.06 


Food products 


348 


0.45 


Food products 


775 


0..57 


Greenhouse j)roducts, . 


2,150 


2.78 


Greenhouse products, . 


21,900 


16.26 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


117 


0.15 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


12 


0.01 


Liquors and beverages, 


70 


0.09 


Liquors and beverages. 


6 


* 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


300 


0.22 


Poultry products 


6,969 


9.02 


Poultry products, .... 


4,204 


3.12 


Wood products, .... 


3,249 


4.20 


Wood products 


575 


0.43 


"Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


948 


1.23 


Cereals 


25 


0.02 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,525 


1.97 


Fruits, berries, aad nuts, . 


2,085 


1.55 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


21,392 


27.55 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


21,664 


16.09 


Meats and game, .... 


760 


0.98 


Meats and game 


821 


0.61 


Vegetables, 


7,566 


9.79 


Vegetables 


6,892 


5.12 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


14 


0.02 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


$275,252 


100.00 


Property. 


$1,222,229 


100.00 


Land, 


94,336 


34.27 


Land, 


912,775 


74.68 


Buildings, 


144, ,537 


52.51 


Buildings 


232,558 


19.03 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


9,162 


3.33 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


19,218 


1.57 


Domestic animals, etc., 


20,444 


7.43 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


49,889 


4.08 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


6,623 


2.41 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


7,789 


0.64 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


150 


0.05 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


~ 


- 


Town of jMillia. 






Town of Needliani. 






Products. 


$74,367 


100.00 


Products. 


$219,004 


100.00 


Animal products, . . . . 


4,713 


6.34 


Animal products 


11,692 


5.34 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needlework, etc.. 


600 


0.27 


Dairy products, . . . . 


26,718 


35.93 


Dairy products 


67,731 


30.93 


Food products, .... 


15 


0.02 


Food products 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


19,4.50 


8.88 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


140 


0.06 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


2,940 


1.34 


Poultry products 


3,867 


5.20 


Poultry products, .... 


22,733 


10.38 


Wood products 


6,043 


8.13 


Wood products, .... 


2,397 


1.10 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


30 


0.01 


Cereals 


673 


0.90 


Cereals, 


903 


0.41 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


336 


0.45 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,732 


0.79 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


27,129 


36.48 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


47,775 


21.82 


Meats and game 


731 


0.98 


Meats and game 


9,4.i0 


4. .32 


Vegetables 


4,140 


5.57 


Vegetables 


31,431 


14.35 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


2 


* 


pits, etc., 


- 


~ 


Property. 


$360,386 


100.00 


Property. 


$797,202 


100.00 




161,752 


44.88 


Land, 


400,539 


50.24 


Buildings 


152,940 


42.44 


Buildings 


305,837 


38.37 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


11,902 


3.30 


Machines, implements, etc., 


26,401 


331 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


21,905 


6.08 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


53,.')S6 


6.72 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


11,852 


3.29 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10,839 


1.36 




35 


0.01 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 







272 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF NORFOLK — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Korfolk. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothiug, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, . 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Korwood. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruitri, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$72,789 
5,101 

21,895 

85U 

400 

274 

14 

7,719 
5,607 



850 

96h 

21,339 

1,134 
6,733 



^279,937 

119,187 

122,193 

10,294 

22,703 

5,290 

270 



$75,030 
4,165 

22,124 

3,750 
155 



100.00 
7.01 

30.08 

1.17 
0.55 
0.38 
0.02 

10.60 
7.70 



1.17 

1.33 

39.18 

1.56 
9.25 



100.00 
42.57 
43.65 
3.68 
8.11 
1.89 
0.10 



100.00 
5.55 

29.49 

5.00 
0.21 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



48 


0.06 


5,000 


6.67 


4,351 


5.80 


2,554 


3.40 


405 


0.54 


722 


0.96 


23,996 


31.98 


703 


0.94 


6,777 


9.03 


280 


0.37 


$355,451 


100.00 


212,355 


59.74 


112,145 


31.55 


11,236 


3.16 


17,356 


4.89 


1,109 


0.31 


1,250 


0.35 



Value 



City of QUIJrCY. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle woi"k, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Randolpli. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
V^egetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$77,007 
2,656 

41,432 



120 

$347,029 

219,920 

99,007 

8,082 

13,752 

3,968 

2,300 



$62,645 
2,745 

17,520 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
3.45 

53.80 



4,600 


5.97 


100 


0.13 


8 


0.01 


1,650 


2.14 


2,304 


2.99 


105 


0.14 


4 


* 


1,368 


1.78 


13,035 


16.93 


344 


0.45 


9,281 


12.05 



18,150 


28.97 


225 


0.36 


1,555 


2.48 


852 


1.36 


60 


0.10 


240 


0.38 


9,619 


15.35 


6,200 


9.90 


5,479 


8.75 



$188,793 
70,660 
90,750 

8,841 
16,816 

1,726 



0.16 

100.00 
63.37 
28.53 
2.33 
3.96 
1.15 
0.66 



100.00 
4.38 

27.97 



100.00 

37.43 

48.07 

4.68 

8.91 

0.91 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



273 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF NORFOLK — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of Sharon. 






1 

Town of TValpole. 






Products. 


$100,805 


100.00 


Products. 


$126,823 


100.00 


Animal products 


b,^o2 


5.50 


Animal products, .... 


8,062 


6.36 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


38,446 


28.20 


Dairy products 


43,679 


36.08 


Food products, .... 


SO 


0.08 


Food products, .... 


110 


0.09 


Greenhouse pi'oducts, . 


5,300 


5.26 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


_ 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


5,190 


5.15 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


60 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


23 


0.02 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


110 


0.09 


Poultry products, .... 


6,769 


6.71 


Poultry products 


12,523 


9.87 


Wood products 


6,860 


6.80 


Wood products 


7,565 


5.97 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals 


268 


0.27 


Cereals, 


144 


0.11 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,670 


7.60 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,010 


2.37 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


18,649 


18.49 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


34,887 


86.99 


Meats and game 


871 


0.86 


Meats and game 


2,824 


2.22 


Vegetables, 


15,210 


15.08 


Vegetables 


12,470 


9.83 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


- 




pits, etc., 


16 


0.01 


Property. 


$603,204 


100 00 


Property. 


$611,306 


100.00 


Land 


279,694 


46.37 


Land 


276,280 


45.19 


Buildings, 


271,079 


44.94 


Buildings, 


277,275 


45.36 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


16,685 


2.77 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


18,914 


3.09 


Domestic animals, etc., 


23,358 


3.87 


Domestic animals, etc., 


35,213 


5.76 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


11,788 


1.95 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,524 


0.58 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


600 


0.10 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


100 


0.02 


Town of Stonshton. 






Town of Wellesley. 






Products. 


$117,076 


100.00 


Products. 


$95,539 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


3,269 


2.79 


Animal products 


7,088 


7.42 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


170 


0.15 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


34,974 


89.87 


Dairy products 


30,016 


31.48 


Food products, .... 


110 


0.09 


Food products 


251 


0.26 


Greenhouse products, . 


8,815 


7.53 


Greenhouse products, . 


23,400 


24.49 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


47 


0.04 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


74 


0.06 


Liquors and beverages. 


42 


0.04 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


i,4a3 


1.53 


Poultry products, .... 


12,312 


10.52 


Poultry products, .... 


5,500 


5.76 


Wood products, .... 


7,764 


6.63 


Wood products, .... 


1,928 


2.02 


Wooden goods, .... 


125 


0.11 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products, ... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


288 


0.25 


Cereals . 


1,027 


1.07 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,382 


6.31 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,527 


1.60 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


25,149 


21.48 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


16,870 


17.66 


Meats and game 


763 


0.65 


Meats and game 


1,315 


1.38 


Vegetables, 


7,824 


6.68 


Vegetables, 


4,953 


5.18 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits', etc., 


8,010 


6.84 


pits, etc., 


1.59 


0.17 


Property. 


$451,646 


100.00 


Property. 


$579,201 


100.00 




190,674 


42.22 


Land, 


229,613 


39.64 


Buildings, 


211,276 


46.78 


Buildings 


289,4,39 


49.97 


Machines, implements, etc., 


12,201 


2.70 


Machines, implements, etc., 


18,1.30 


3.13 


Domestic animals, etc., 


24,435 


5.41 


Domestic animals, etc., 


25,585 


4.42 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10.667 


2.36 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


13,184 


2.28 




2,.393 


0.53 


Mines, quan-ies, pits, etc., . 


3,250 


0.56 



274 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF NORFOLK — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, PnoDncTs, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of Weyntoatb. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greeniiouse i)roduct8, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$135,914 
5,370 

43,250 



96 

$382,937 

119,715 

189,065 

29,219 

40,976 

3,932 

30 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
3.95 

31.82 



8,375 


6.16 


150 


0.11 


19,389 


14.27 


4,149 


3.05 


53 


0.04 


2,251 


1.66 


27,501 


20.23 


7,318 


5.39 


18,012 


13.25 



0.07 

100.00 

31.26 

49.37 

7.63 

10.70 

1.03 

0.01 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of Wrentliani. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$131,222 

7,427 

38,436 

32 

1,200 

500 

178 

27,694 
10,334 



640 

1,968 

29,019 

1,945 

9,049 

2,800 

$582,607 

259,664 

256,490 

17,571 

43,.506 

5,076 

300 



Pereeiit- 

ayes 



COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH. 



Town of Abingtou. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 



Property. 



Land, 

Buildings, 



$72,829 


100.00 


2,535 


3.48 


23,763 


3S.63 


2,100 


2.88 


925 


1.27 


30 


0.04 


3,450 


4.74 


8,927 


12.26 


4,883 


6.71 


916 


1.26 


14,925 


20.49 


1,335 


1.83 


9,040 


12.41 


$272,309 


100.00 


90,438 


33.21 


141,411 


51.93 



Town of Ablngton — Con. 
Property — Con. 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Briclgewater. 

J'rodttcts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood protlucts, . 
Wooden goods, ... 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game. 



$15,724 

19,006 

5,730 



$159,022 
5,653 

45,S94 



500 

15,598 

11,858 

15 

1,754 

2,413 

44,003 

4,534 



PRODUCTS AND PKOPERTT BY TOWNS. 



275 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH ~ Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Toirn of Bridgrewater-Con. 






Town of Carirep — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Vegetables 


$26,293 


16.53 


Cereals 


$326 


0.12 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


227,718 


83.56 


pits, etc 


205 


0.13 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


9,671 


3.55 


Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 


$594,437 

252,178 

261,107 

31,494 


100.00 

42.42 

43.92 

5.30 


Meats and game, .... 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 


792 
5,433 


0.29 
1.99 


Domestic animals, etc., 


41,133 


6.92 


Property. 


$931,380 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


7,225 


1.22 


Land 


769,333 


82.60 


Jlines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,300 


0.22 


Buildings, . . . . 


121,501 


13.05 








Machines, implements, etc., 


18,803 


2.02 


City or BBOCKTOK. 






Domestic animals, etc.. 


16,377 


1.76 


Products. 


$143,170 

5,683 


100.00 
3.97 


Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


5,346 

20 


0.57 

t 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, .... 


69,379 


48.46 


Town of Duxbnry. 






Food products, .... 


94 


0.07 


Products. 


$123,076 


lOO.OO 




1,850 


1.29 


Animal products 


6,024 


4.89 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 




- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


1,500 


1.22 


Liquors and beverages, 


3 


* 


Dairy products, .... 


21,873 


17.77 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Food products, .... 


4,090 


3.32 


Poultry products, .... 


8,968 


6.26 


Greenhouse products, . 


725 


0.59 


Wood products 


7,952 


5.55 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


_ 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


15 


0.01 


Other products 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Cereals 


79 


0.06 


Poultry products. 


11,490 


9.34 


Fruits, ben-ies, and nuts, . 


5,845 


4.08 


Wood products, .... 


12,445 


10.11 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


30,450 


21.27 


Wooden goods 


- 


_ 


Meats and game 


581 


0.41 


Other products, .... 


267 


0.22 


Vegetables 


12,286 


8.58 


Cereals, 


927 


0.75 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


26,155 


21.25 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


24,006 


19.51 


Property. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc.. 


$381,341 

169,004 

139,971 

20,182 


100.00 

44.32 

36.71 

5.29 


Meats and game 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 


1,472 
11,433 

654 


1.20 
9.29 

0.53 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


46,195 


12.11 


Property. 


$574,380 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


5,989 


1.57 


Land 


259,993 


45.27 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Buildings 


241,784 


42.09 








Machines, implements, etc., 


17,172 


2.99 


Town of Carver. 






Domestic animals, etc., 


.30,240 


5.27 


Products. 


$272,508 


100.00 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


19,956 


3.47 


Animal products, .... 


2,998 


1.10 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


5,235 


0.91 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


_ 








Dairy products, .... 


7,417 


2.72 


Town of East Brldgewater. 






Food products 


1,810 


0.67 


Products. 


$139,043 


100.00 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Animal products, .... 


5,316 


3.82 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


30 


0.01 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


_ 


_ 


Liquors and beverages. 


91 


0.03 


Dairy products 


43,125 


31.02 


Nursery products. 


212 


0.08 


Food products, .... 


_ 


_ 


Poultry products, .... 


4,921 


1.81 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,390 


1.00 


Wood products, .... 


11,095 


4.07 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


105 


0.08 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


— 


_ 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 



276 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town or East Bridge water 

— Con. 
Products — Con. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuta, 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Laud, 

Buildings, .... 
Maciiines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Halifax. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc., .... 



Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc, 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town or Hanover. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 



Value 


Percent- 
ages 


$20,589 


14.81 


7,835 


5.63 


963 


0.69 


2,119 


1.52 


33,571 


24.14 


2,038 


1.47 


21,992 


15.82 


$528,967 


100.00 


194,435 


36.76 


266,785 


50.43 


28,140 


5.32 


33,483 


6.33 


6,124 


1.16 


$117,651 


100.00 


3,088 


2.63 


15,344 


13.04 


12 


0.01 


60 


0.05 


28,881 


24.55 


11,112 


9.45 


402 


0.34 


1,404 


1.19 


8,021 


6.82 


28,699 


24.39 


2,001 


1.70 


18,627 


15.83 


$415,877 


100.00 


162,322 


39.03 


188,349 


45.29 


27,714 


6.67 


23,.'>90 


5.67 


13,902 


3.34 


$108,410 


100.00 


4,7.')0 


4. ,38 


29,81S 


87.50 


200 


0.18 


275 


0.25 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propertt. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Hanover — Con. 

Products — Con. 
Hothouse and hotbed products, 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Hanson. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

I>and, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of llingrliuni. 

J'roduci.i. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 



$100 

142 

270 

11,216 

19,293 



194 

7,179 

24,427 

2,089 

8,462 



$537,273 

218,499 

251,967 

26,030 

32,037 

8,740 



$130,375 
4,751 

22,590 



22,770 
8,052 

60 

773 

1S,200 

34,38.') 

15,441 



$592,939 

170,592 

338,690 

38,852 

34,0.35 

10,770 



$183,064 
5,604 



PRODUCTS AND PKOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



277 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued, 
COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Prodccts, 
AND Tropertt. 



Value 



Percent- 
I ages 



Tovvn of Iliiigrbam — Con. 
Products — Con. 
Dairy products, 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Hull. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle vi'ork, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 



Property. 
Land, .... 

Buildings, 
Machines, implements, etc. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 



55 

2,S25 

169 

8 

185 

13,539 

7,259 

387 

662 

5,915 

41,409 

3,919 

24,925 

5,850 

$638,126 

299,999 

238,706 

28,458 

49,988 

8,975 

12,000 



$13,688 
732 

9,6S4 



452 



2,310 

95 

415 



594,767 

70,055 

20,728 

916 

3,028 

40 



38.43 

0.03 
1.54 
0.09 
* 

0.10 

7.40 
3.97 

0.21 
0.36 
3.23 

22.62 
2.14 

13.62 

3.20 

100.00 
47.01 
37.41 
4.46 
7.83 
1.41 
1.88 



100.00 
5.35 

70.73 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



3.30 



16.88 
0.69 
3.03 



100.00 

73.92 

21.87 

0.97 

3.20 

0.04 



Town of King.«toii. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Lakeville. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$72,778 

5,028 

40 

18,368 

756 

200 

28 

21 

7,746 

5,507 

13 

629 

9,258 

17,060 

1,385 

6,622 

117 

$425,588 

170,183 

208,816 

14,624 

21,469 

9,751 

745 



$113,366 
3,244 

23,467 
1,090 



278 

500 

18,766 

13,617 

1,075 

2,722 

13,483 

23,242 

2,598 

9,270 

14 

$515,197 

239,724 

218,928 

19,084 

25,761 

10,160 

1,540 



100.00 
6.91 
0.06 

33.24 

1.04 
0.27 
0.04 
0.03 

10.64 
7.57 
0.02 

0.86 

12.72 

23.44 

1.90 

9.10 

0.16 

100.00 
39.99 
49.07 
3.44 
5.04 
2.29 
0.17 



100.00 
2.86 

20.70 
0.96 



0.25 

0.44 

16.56 

12.01 

0.95 

2.40 
11.89 
20.50 

2.29 

8.18 

0.01 

100.00 
46.53 
42.49 
3.71 
5.00 
1.97 
0.30 



278 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propertt. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of IMarion. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, • 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, (juarries, 
pits, etc., 

Propertij. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of 3IarsblieI<l. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$52,587 
2,315 

11,015 
920 
400 



6,719 
13,546 



236 
4,068 
8,825 
1,160 
3,380 

1 

$429,730 

280,211 

117,735 

11,171 

15,698 

4,890 

25 



$127,066 
8,754 



100.00 
4.40 

20.95 
1.75 
0.76 



12.78 
25.76 



0.45 
7.73 
16.78 
2.21 
6.43 



100.00 

65.21 

27.40 

2.60 

3.65 

1.14 

* 



100.00 
6.89 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propertt. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



31,763 


i 
itS.OO 


2,984 


2.35 


600 


0.47 


130 


0.10 


10 


0.01 


9 


0.01 


13,868 


10.91 


5,216 


4.11 


839 


0.66 


2,183 


1.71 


7,260 


5.71 


38,638 


30.40 


1,446 


1.14 


13,176 


10.37 


200 


0.16 


$642,848 


100.00 


274,320 


42.67 


269,901 


41.99 


21,909 


3.41 


39,9i7 


6.21 


34,786 


5.41 


1,985 


0.31 



Town of :Nattapoisett. 

Pi-oducts. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery iiroducts. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property, 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of 3f iddleboroasli 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 



$85,218 
5,215 

18,007 
661 

4 
51 

17,216 
8,201 

148 

910 

4,096 

21,524 

2,707 
6,466 

12 

$5.35,005 

300,029 

173,321 

18,755 

30,447 

12,203 

2.i0 



$168,iJ66 
6,482 

28,392 

3,657 

1,825 

100 

30 

16,248 
18,738 



834 

28,908 

41,107 

1,657 

20,597 



$563,208 

234,781 

246,292 

30,951 

42,047 

9,087 

50 



100.00 
6.12 

21.13 
0.78 



0.06 

20.20 
9.62 

0.17 

1.07 

4.81 

25.26 

3.18 
7.59 

0.01 

100.00 
56.08 
32.40 
3.50 
5.69 
2.28 
0.05 



100.00 
3.85 

16.84 
2.17 

1.08 
O.OG 

n.oi 

9.64 
11.12 



0.49 
17.15 
24.39 

0.98 
12.22 



100.00 
41.69 
43.73 
5.49 
7.47 
1.61 
0.01 



PRODUCTS AND PKOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



279 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propektt. 



Towu of Norwell. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game. 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Towii of Pembroke. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 
Cereals, . 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc 



Property. 
Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$68,337 
1,665 

9,004 
4.i0 



1,300 


1.90 


16,519 


24.17 


4,694 


6.S7 


491 


0.72 


467 


0.68 


2,159 


3.16 


10,679 


15.63 


1,192 


1.74 


19,708 


as.84 



$199,214 

110,243 

55,356 

9,306 

14,239 

8,970 

1,100 

$60,949 
2,622 

16,161 

590 

400 

75 

13 

13,527 

5,790 



449 

1,592 

11,862 

1,291 

6,482 

95 

$346,287 

168,384 

135,240 

11,012 

18,662 

11,189 

1,800 



100.00 
2.44 

13.18 
0.66 



0.01 

100.00 
55.34 
27.79 
4.67 
7.15 
4.50 
0.55 



100.00 
4.30 

36.52 

0.97 
0.66 
0.12 
0.02 

22.19 
9.50 



0.74 
2.61 

19.46 
2.12 

10.63 

0.16 

100.00 
48.63 
39.05 
3.18 
5.39 
3.23 
0.52 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of Plymoutli. 

J'roducts. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Plympton. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products. 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$153,961 
4,349 

17,059 
610 
430 
137 

4,600 
7,001 
4,461 

102 

501 

91,832 

14,139 

910 

7,720 

90 

$567,053 

374,880 

144,098 

17,670 

18,901 

10,294 

1,210 

$49,491 
1,737 

5,401 
1.59 



5,706 
4,944 



127 
15,311 

10,.596 

501 

5,009 



$185,371 
64,599 
91,552 
10,289 
14,768 
4,163 



100.00 

2.82 

11.08 
0.40 
0.28 
0.09 

2.99 
4.55 
2.90 

0.07 

0.32 

59.66 

9.18 
0.59 
5.01 

0.06 

100.00 
66.11 
25.41 
3.12 
3.33 
1.82 
0.21 



100.00 
3.51 

10.91 
0.32 



11.53 
9.99 



0.26 
30.94 

21.41 

1.01 

10.12 



100.00 

34.85 

49.39 

5.55 

7.97 

2.24 



280 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, PRonncxs, 
AND Propbrtt. 



Value 



Toivn of Roc'bestei*. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings^ .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Tovrn of Rockland. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, ... 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$189,537 
6,195 

35,118 
2,145 

399 
307 

16,2,30 
19,270 



2,470 
.■i8,071 

29,685 

2,402 

17,245 



$771,333 

449,593 

234,733 

31,479 

38,277 

17,251 



$45,829 
1,605 

16,123 

3,275 



150 
4,643 
1,884 



170 

10.966 

538 

6,473 



$175,144 

64,665 

87,030 

9,332 

13,142 

975 



Percent- 



100.00 
3.27 

18.!53 
1.13 

0.21 
0.16 

8.56 
10.17 



1.30 
30.64 

15.66 
1.27 
9.10 



100.00 

58.29 

30.43 

4.08 

4.96 

2.24 



100.00 
3.50 

33.19 

7.15 



0.33 

10.13 

4.11 



0.37 
23.93 

1.17 
14.12 



100.00 

36.92 

49.09 

5.33 

7.50 

56 



Cities, Towns, Proddcts, 
AND Property. 



Town of Scltaate. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and -hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products. 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Wareliaiu. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Gi'eenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



$117,467 
3,485 

19,869 



1,125 


0.96 


180 


0.15 


9,872 


8.40 


3,661 


3.12 


4,997 


4.2& 


716 


0.61 


10,030 


8.54 


22,107 


18.82 


2,305 


1.96 


39,091 


33.28 



29 

$549,151 

283,343 

179,152 

25,680 

30,718 

29,358 

900 



$165,391 
792 

3,846 
1,012 



2,802 



1,904 


1.15 


3,398 


2.05 


3,400 


2.06 


6 


* 


68 


0.04 


7.883 


83.37 


7,778 


4.70 


322 


0.20 


2,178 


1.32 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
2.97 

16.91 



0.03 

100.00 
51.60 
32.62 
4.68 
5.59 
5.35 
0.16 



100.00 
0.48 

2.33 
0.61 



1.69 



$561,126 

485,309 

59,326 

8,276 

6,600 

1.615 



100.00 

86.49 

10.57 

1.47 

1.18 

0.29 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



281 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of West Bridgrewater . 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
"Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

. Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 


Percent- 
ages 


$226,969 


100.00 


8,377 


3.69 


91, .575 


40.35 


42 


0.02 


2,050 


0.90 


390 


0.17 


ft 


* 


9,908 


4.37 


8,655 


3.81 


1,493 


0.66 


5,700 


2.51 


51,956 


22.89 


2,159 


0.95 


44,657 


19.68 


$548,936 


100.00 


232,179 


42.30 


227,775 


41.49 


31,881 


5.81 


.'50,608 


9.22 


6,493 


1.18 


■■ 


~ 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of Wbitnian. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products. 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, ... 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, <and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$80,675 
2,570 

S8,064 

10,5.50 



10,520 
4,223 
1,621 



666 

17,850 

650 

3,961 



$192,728 
66,850 
91,970 
11,608 
19,586 
2,714 



Percent- 
ages 



34.79 

13.08 



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. 



City of BOSTOX. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
^'roducts from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 



Property. 



Land, 
Buildings, 



$615,562 


100.00 


17,769 


2.89 


128,682 


20.90 


10,050 


1.63 


892,590 


47.53 


965 


0.16 


4,000 


0.65 


7,890 


1.28 


6,209 


1.01 


5,561 


0.90 


3,848 


0.62 


363 


0.06 


16,475 


2.68 


42,963 


6.98 


9,480 


1.54 


67,567 


10.98 


1,150 


0.19 


$8,149,885 


100.00 


6,788,840 


83.30 


1,134,377 


13.92 



City of BO.STOJT — Con. 
Property — Con. 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

City of CHEliSEA. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 



$84,140 
64,889 
53,139 
24,500 



$15,225 
493 

2,885 

7,935 

722 



166 

1,642 

479 



282 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Proddcts, 
AND Propertv. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


City of CHEIiSEA — Con. 






Town of Kevere — Con. 






Products — Con. 






Property — Con. 






Vegetables 


$613 


4.03 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


$15,792 


2.03 


Products from mine's, quarries, 






Domestic animals, etc.. 


16,692 


2.15 


pits, etc 


300 


1.97 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


33,499 


4.32 


I'roperti/. 


$455,576 


100.00 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


100 


0.01 


Laud, 


395,513 


86.82 








Buildings, 


48,111 


10.56 


Town of IVinthrop. 






Machines, implements, etc.. 


4,057 


0.89 


Products. 


$7,483 


100.00 


Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


4,140 

755 

3,000 


0.91 
0.16 
0.66 


Animal products, .... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products 


184 
a, 807 


2.46 
89.49 


Towu of Revere. 






Food products, .... 


- 


- 


Products. 


$94,921 


100.00 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,0.50 


14.03 


Animal products 


1,425 


1.50 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


315 


4.21 




- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Dairy products, . . . . 


2,789 


2.94 


Nursery pi-oducts. 


- 


- 


Food products 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


623 


8.33 


Greenhouse products, . 


230 


0.24 


Wood products, .... 


- 


- 




- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


1,126 


1.19 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


722 


9.65 


Wood products 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


681 


9.10 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Meats and game, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Vegetables, 


1,701 


22.73 


Cereals 


- 


- 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


7,971 


8.40 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


11,083 


11.68 








Meats and game 


1,795 


1 .89 


Property. 


$160,319 


100.00 


Vegetables, 


68,402 


72.06 


Land, 


123,573 


77.08 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Buildings 


28,537 


17.80 


pits, etc., 


100 


0.10 


Machines, implements, etc., 


1,591 


0.99 


Property. 


$776,100 


100.00 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


2,042 


1.27 


Land, 


600,000 


77.31 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,576 


2.86 


Buildings, 


110,017 


14.18 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


— 


— 



COUNTY OF WORCESTER. 



Town of Aslibiirnliuni. 






Town of Aslibarntaam-Con. 






Products. 


$80,852 


100.00 


Products — Con. 






Animal products 


3,828 


4.73 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


$414 


0.51 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


_ 


_ 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


84,508 


30.31 


Dairy products 


88.34.> 


35.06 


Meats and game, .... 


2,4.32 




3.01 


Food products 


401 


0..50 


Vegetables 


8,493 


10..50 


Greenhouse products, . 


_ 


_ 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


~" 


"■ 


Liquors and beverages. 


72 


0.09 


Property. 


$383,974 


100.00 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Land, 


197,292 


51.38 


Poultry products, .... 


5,207 


6.44 


Buildings, 


146,530 


38.16 


Wood products 


6,1.56 


7.61 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


12,607 


3.29 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


22,968 


5.98 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,077 


1.06 


Cereals 


1,002 


1.24 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


500 


0.13 



PRODUCTS AND PKOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



283 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Toif n of Athol. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Olothing, needle woi'k, etc., 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 
Land, .... 
Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 

To^fii of Aubarii. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery pi'oducts. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$160,732 

5,957 

152 

48,3S5 

1,003 
550 
146 
750 

13,540 
39,562 

41 

1,790 

3,442 

31,525 

4,188 
9,433 

368 

$526,324 

228,410 

204,087 

23,720 

44,476 

23,331 

2,300 



$168,821 
6,123 



100.00 
3.71 
0.10 

30.04 

0.62 
0.34 
0.09 
0.47 

8.42 
24.61 

0.03 
1.11 
2.14 
19.61 
2.61 
5.87 

0.23 

100.00 
43.40 
38.77 
4.51 
8.45 
4.43 
0.44 



100.00 
3.63 



58,673 1 34.76 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



2,975 


1.76 


50 


0.03 


2,795 


1.66 


339 


0.20 


9,647 


5.71 


8,397 


4.97 


4,361 


2.58 


6,471 


3.83 


40,478 


23.98 


3,121 


1.85 


25,391 


15.04 


470,746 


100.00 


250,443 


53.20 


148,342 


31.51 


21,217 


4.51 


38,998 


8.28 


11,746 


2.50 


- 


— 



Toivu of Barre. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood ijroducts, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, 

Machines, implements, etc 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc.. 

Town of Berlin. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products. 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 




$265,411 

15,001 

99 

93,018 

1,444 

175 

95 

664 

10,575 
17,769 



5,269 

8,864 

91,298 

5,710 
15,430 



$935,727 
472,364 



Percent- 
ages 



297,609 


31.81 


36,467 


3.90 


112,237 


11.99 


17,050 


1.82 


$124,578 


100.00 


11,201 


8.99 


576 


0.46 


36,113 


28.99 


702 


0.56 


2,984 


2.40 


580 


0.47 


18 


0.01 


16,343 


13.12 


3,765 


3.02 


500 


0.40 


3,755 


3.01 


4,277 


3.43 


29,526 


23.70 


734 


0.59 


13,498 


10.84 


6 


0.01 


$553,667 


100.00 


200,830 


36.27 


235,343 


42.51 


25,292 


4. .57 


39,921 


7.21 


52,181 


9.42 


100 


0.02 



284 



CENSUS OP MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value ' 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of BlackHtoue. 






Town of Bojiston. 






Pi-oducts. 


$125,976 


100.00 


Products. 


$160,603 


100.00 


Animal products 


5,620 


4.46 


Animal products, .... 


9,111 


5.67 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


103 


0.08 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


35,384 


38.09 


Dairy products 


65,164 


40.58 


Food products 


523 


0.42 


Food products 


83 


0.05 


Greenhouse products, . 


2,100 


1.67 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


805 


0.64 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages, 


546 


0.43 


Liquoi-s and beverages. 


205 


0.13 


Nursery products. 


50 


0.04 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products. 


17,298 


13.73 


Poultry products 


10,302 


6.41 


Wood products, .... 


13,581 


10.78 


Wood products 


7,116 


4.43 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 




- 


Cereals 


1,346 


1.07 


Cereals, 


3,596 


2.24 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,965 


3.15 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,127 


2.57 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


26,924 


21.37 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


46,846 


29.17 


Meats and game, .... 


1,894 


1.50 


Meats and game 


2,746 


1.71 


Vegetables, 


15,592 


12.38 


Vegetables 


11,307 


7.04 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


245 


0.19 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


§583,275 


100.00 


Property. 


$511,353 


100.00 


Land, 


263,478 


45.17 


Land, 


267,426 


52.30 


Buildings, 


200,792 


34.43 


Buildings, 


171,198 


33.48 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


25,483 


4.37 


Machines, implements, etc. 


15,263 


2.98 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


42,632 


7.31 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


45,139 


8.83 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


48,890 


8.38 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,327 


2.41 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,000 


0.34 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Town of Bolton. 






Town of Broobfleld. 






Products. 


$166,465 


100.00 


Products. 


$161,940 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


18,340 


11.02 


Animal products 


7,596 


4.69 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


590 


0.36 


Dairy products 


.58,861 


35.36 


Dairy products, .... 


41,558 


25.66 


Food products, .... 


436 


0.26 


Food products 


1,263 


0.78 


Greenhouse products, . 


201 


0.12 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


143 


0.09 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


157 


0.10 


Liquors and beverages. 


20 


0.01 


Liquors and beverages. 


379 


0.23 


Nui-sery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


19,056 


11.45 


Poultry products, .... 


9,993 


6.17 


Wood products, . . . . 


6,357 


3.82 


Wood products, .... 


28,815 


17.79 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


60 


0.04 


Other products, . . . . 


- 


- 


Other products 


24 


0.02 


Cereals 


3,424 


2.06 


Cereals 


4,141 


2.56 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,675 


2.81 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,974 


1.22 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


45,136 


27.11 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


41,291 


25.SO 


Meats and game, . . . . 


1,672 


1.00 


Meats and game 


6,964 


4.30 


Vegetables, 


8,130 


4.88 


Vegetables, 


17,076 


10.54 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


14 


0.01 


pits, etc., 


59 


0.04 


Property. 


$674,288 


100.00 


Property. 


$593,248 


100.00 




282,796 


41.94 


Land 


272,670 


45.96 


Buildings, 


237.845 


35.27 


Buildings, 


239,545 


40.38 


Machines, Implements, etc., 


30,092 


4.46 


Machines, implements, etc., 


19,748 


3.33 


Domestic animals, etc., 


51,870 


7.69 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


46,518 


7.S4 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


71,575 


10.62 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


13,697 


2.31 




110 


0.02 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,070 


0.18 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



285 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Troducts, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Prodocts, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Phoperty. 




ages 


Town of Charlton. 






Tofrn of Dana. 






Products. 


$289,375 


100.00 


Products. 


$51,403 


100.00 


Animal products 


18,380 


6.35 


Animal products, .... 


1,7.32 


3.37 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


80 


0.16 


Dairy products 


111,086 


38.a9 


Dairy products, .... 


1.1,643 


30.43 


Food products, .... 


•2,101 


0.72 


Food products 


667 


1.30 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


12 


0.02 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


486 


0.17 


Liquors and beverages. 


270 


0.52 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


20,623 


7.13 


Poultry products, .... 


4,013 


7.81 


Wood products, .... 


11,275 


3.90 


Wood products, .... 


6,013 


11.70 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


12 


0.02 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products 


14 


0.03 


Cereals 


7,485 


2.58 


Cereals, 


1,401 


2.73 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4, .308 


1.49 


Fruits, beii-ies, and nuts, . 


665 


1.29 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


90,889 


31.41 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


15,183 


29.54 


Meats and game, .... 


(!,095 


2.42 


Meats and game 


1,220 


2. .37 


Vegetables, 


15,727 


5.43 


Vegetables, 


4,466 


8.69 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


20 


0.01 


pits, etc 


12 


0.02 


Property. 


$1,041,719 


100.00 


Property. 


$209,508 


100.00 


Land 


5.56,053 


53.38 


Land, 


94,317 


45.02 


Buildings, 


300,981 


28.89 


Buildings, 


86,977 


41.52 


Machines, implements, etc., 


49,105 


4.72 


Machines, implements, etc., 


8,306 


3.96 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


84,494 


8.11 


Domestic animals, etc., 


16,836 


8.04 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


.50,336 


4.83 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


3,027 


1.44 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


7.50 


0.07 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


45 


0.02 


Town of Clinton. 






Town of Douglas. 






Products. 


$54,008 


100.00 


Products. 


$81,633 


100.00 


Animal products 


3,806 


7.05 


Animal products, .... 


3,289 


4.03 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


14,5.^7 


26.95 


Dairy products 


16,464 


20.17 


Food products, .... 


43 


0.08 


Food products, .... 


843 


1.03 


Greenhouse products, . 


7,400 


13.70 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


255 


0.47 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


172 


0,21 


Liquors and beverages. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


817 


1.00 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 




8,435 


15.62 


Poultry products 


8,946 


10.96 


Wood products, .... 


2,694 


4.99 


Wood products, .... 


15,267 


18.70 


Wooden goods 


- 


_ 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


7 


0.01 


Cereals, 


545 


1.01 


Cereals 


2,078 


2.55 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


776 


1.44 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,822 


2.23 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


10,437 


19.33 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


80,649 


25.29 


Meats and game, .... 


714 


1.32 


Meats and game 


3,394 


4.16 




4,096 


7..58 


Vegetables, 


7,832 


9.59 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


250 


0.46 


pits, etc., 


53 


0.07 


Property. 


$349,564 


100.00 


Property. 


$453,386 


100.00 


Land, 


154,606 


44.23 


Land, 


239,370 


52.80 


Buildings, 


157,137 


44.95 


Buildings, 


164,809 


36.35 


Machines, implements, etc., 


7,646 


2.19 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


15,219 


3.36 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


12,949 


3.71 


Domestic animals, etc., 


22,043 


4.86 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


13,226 


3.78 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


11,295 


2.49 




4,000 


1.14 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


650 


0.14 



286 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town or Dudley. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

City or FITCHBURO. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land 

liuildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 

Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pita, etc., . 



$194,444 
11,021 

86,79S 

2,477 



547 



9,751 


5.02 


5,131 


2.64 


4,.W1 


2.32 


3,175 


l.()3 


Rl,102 


36.38 


9,573 


4 92 


10,233 


5.26 



141 

$565,204 

261,309 

216,363 

26,532 

49,862 

9,863 

1,275 



100.00 
5.67 

44.64 

1.27 



0.28 



0.07 

100.00 
46.23 
38.28 
4.69 
8.82 
1.75 
0.23 



Cities, Towns, PRonncTs, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$169,231 100.00 
5,339 

59,887 

455 

7,150 

146 

325 

9,028 
8,084 



1,003 
8,062 

41,544 
2,295 

24,944 

369 

$897,828 

514,143 

290,844 

26,272 

41,628 

20,941 

4,000 



3.15 

35.39 

0.27 
4 22 
0.09 
0.19 

5.33 

4.78 



0.59 
5.12 

24.55 
1.36 

14.74 

0.22 

100.00 
57.26 
32.39 
2.93 
4.64 
2.33 
0.45 



Town or darduer. 

Products. 
Animal products, . . • . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, ... 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town or Cararton. 

J'roducts. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruit.s, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$114,656 
6,131 

45,990 

751 
4,000 

O 

226 

5,910 
9,310 

217 

610 

1,520 

30,833 

1,912 

5,827 

1,417 

$474,325 

235,967 

168,382 

19,469 

38,072 

7,547 

4,888 

$236,263 

12,428 

75 

80,995 

3,370 

4,249 

485 

2,948 

16,039 
13,035 



6,755 

10,771 

61,098 

2,217 
21,765 

33 

$927,224 

365,048 

367,230 

39,323 

84, ,372 

50,6a5 

566 



100.00 
5.35 

40.11 

0.66 
3.49 

« 

0.20 

5.15 
8.12 

0.19 

0.53 

1.32 

36.89 

1.67 
5.08 

1.24 

100.00 
49.75 
35.50 
4.10 
8.03 
1.59 
1.03 



100.00 
5.2e 
0.03 

34.38 
1.43 
1.80 
0.20 
1.25 

6.79 
5.52 



2.86 
4. .56 
35.86 
0.94 
9.21 

0.01 

100.00 
39.37 
41.76 
4.24 
9.10 
5.47 
0.06 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



287 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Coatiuued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Pkopektt. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Town.s, Product.s, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Town of Hardtviok. 






Town of Ilolden. 






Products. 


$249,690 


100.00 


Products. 


$165,516 


100.00 


Animal products 


1.3,457 


5.39 


Animal products, . 


8,549 


5.1T 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


20 


O.Ol 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


89,399 


35.80 


Dairy products 


67,135 


40..'>0 


Food products 


3,668 


1.47 


Food products 


202 


0.12 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


450 


0.27 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


30 


0.01 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


175 


O.U 


Liquors and beverages, 


1,530 


0.61 


Liquors and beverages, 


604 


0.36 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


7,121 


2.85 


Poultry products, .... 


15,851 


9.58 


Wood products, .... 


20,811 


8.33 


Wood products 


10,810 


6.5a 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


195 


0.08 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


9,042 


3.62 


Cereals 


2,479 


1.50 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


11,559 


4.63 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,604 


1.57 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


78,597 


29.08 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


41,455 


85.05 


Meats and game 


7,890 


3.16 


Meats and game 


3,914 


2.36 


Vegetables, 


12,309 


4.93 


Vegetables 


11,288 


6.82 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


62 


0.03 


pits, etc. 


- 


- 


Property. 


$851,746 


100.00 


Property. 


$583,672 


lOO.Ofr 


Land 


389,525 


45.73 


Land 


325,918 


55.84 


Buildings 


306,545 


35.99 


Buildings, 


181,9.33 


31.17 


Machines, implements, etc., 


29,448 


3.46 


Macliines, implements, etc.. 


17,156 


2.94 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


89,605 


10.52 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


48,032 


8.23 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


36,433 


4.28 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


10,633 


1.82 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


190 


0.02 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Town of Harvard. 






Town of Hopedale. 






Products. 


$223,121 


100.00 


Products. 


$26,032 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


24,316 


10.90 


Animal products 


1,185 


4.55 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


200 


0.09 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


76,883 


34.46 


Dairy products 


I0,060 


38.65 


Food products, .... 


1,977 


0.89 


Food products 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


225 


0.10 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


33 


0.01 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


127 


O.OG 


Liquors and beverages. 


77 


0.30 


Nursery products. 


10 


* 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products 


13,.563 


6.08 


Poultry products, .... 


2,626 


10.09 


Wood products 


9,031 


4.05 


Wood products, .... 


1,570 


6.03 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


5,559 


2.49 


Cereals 


657 


2.52 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


16,067 


7.20 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


315 


1.21 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


61,390 


87.51 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


6,545 


25.14 


Meats and game, 


1,399 


U.63 


Meats and game 


79 


0.30 


Vegetables, 


12,279 


5..50 


Vegetables 


1,948 


7.48 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc. 


62 


0.03 


pits, etc 


970 


3.73 


Pro^yerty. 


$1,061,988 


100.00 


Property. 


$116,779 


100.00 


Land 


399,782 


37.65 


Land 


52,046 


44.57 


Buildings, 


406,845 


38.31 


Buildings, 


51,295 


43.93 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


43,984 


4.14 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


3,730 


3.19 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


75,196 


7.08 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


7,346 


6.29 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


135,941 


12.80 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


1,937 


1.66 




240 


0.02 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc ; . 


425 


0.36 



288 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value ' 


Percent- 


AND Propkkty. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Tovrn or IIiibbardHtoii. 






Town of Eieicester. 






J'roclucts. 


$172,073 


100.00 


Products. 


$155,955 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


10,884 


6.32 


Animal products 


7,403 


4.75 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


150 


0.09 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


56,149 


32.63 


Dairy products 


54,418 


34.89 


Food products, .... 


2,003 


1.16 


Food products, .... 


616 


0.40 


Greenliouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


3,400 


2.18 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


6 


* 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


82 


0.05 


Liquors and beverages, 


391 


0.23 


Liquors and beverages. 


114 


0.07 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, 


15,808 


9.19 


Poultry products, .... 


8,&51 


5.68 


Wood products, .... 


16,752 


9.74 


Wood products, .... 


11,719 


7. .51 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


329 


0.19 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


1,681 


0.98 


Cereals 


1,852 


1.19 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,326 


1.93 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,731 


1.11 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


58,847 


30.71 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


56,154 


36.01 


Meats and game, .... 


3,299 


1.92 


Meats and game 


1,469 


0.94 


Vegetables, 


8,427 


4.90 


Vegetables, 


8,146 


5.22 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


21 


0.01 


pits, etc 


- 


- 


Property. 


$690,164 


100.00 


Property. 


$623,304 


100.00 


Land 


344,424 


49.91 


Land, 


310,512 


49.82 


Buildings, 


248,624 


36.02 


Buildings, 


229,281 


36.78 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


28,971 


4.20 


Machines, implements, etc., 


26,312 


4.22 


Domestic animals, etc., 


53,722 


7.78 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


31,901 


5.12 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


13,118 


1.90 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


25,298 


4.06 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,305 


0.19 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Town of liancaster. 






Town of lieominster. 






Products. 


$179,871 


100.00 


Prodttcts. 


$243,568 


100.00 


Animal products 


16,122 


8.96 


Animal products, .... 


9,385 


3.85 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


100 


0.04 


Dairy products 


41,780 


23.23 


Dairy products, .... 


61,985 


25.45 


Food products 


630 


0.35 


Food products 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


12,600 


7.01 


Greenhouse products, . 


8,120 


3.34 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


150 


0.08 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


29 


0.02 


Liquors and beverages, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


23,608 


13.12 


Poultry products 


1,762 


0.72 


Wood products 


9,510 


5.29 


Wood products 


1,786 


0.73 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . . 


246 


0.14 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


4,608 


2.56 


Cereals, 


- 


- 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,849 


2.14 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,407 


0.99 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


40,283 


27.40 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


102,082 


41.91 


Meats and game 


1,580 


0.88 


Meats and game, . . . . 


362 


0.15 


Vegetables, 


15,046 


8.36 


Vegetables 


.55,579 


22.82 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


830 


0.46 


pits, etc., 


- 


- 


Property. 


$1,197,926 


100.00 


Property. 


$649,605 


100.00 


Land, 


492,470 


41.11 


Land, 


325,080 


50.04 


Buildings, 


481,615 


40.21 


Buildings, 


232,790 


35.84 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


33.072 


2.76 


Machines, implements, etc., 


42,738 


6.58 


Domestic animals, etc., 


145,460 


12.14 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


37,122 


5.71 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


37,409 


3.12 


Fruit trees aiul vines, . 


11,875 


1.83 




7,900 


0.66 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


" 


" 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



289 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Town of liunenburgr. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothiug, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Laud, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of IHendon. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood pi'oducts, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quaiTles, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 



Percent- 
ages 



$250,854 
10,322 

76,i>47 

3,077 

1,000 

168 

755 

475 

21,788 

17,971 

1,035 

20 

5,213 

19,347 

3,024 
22,466 

90 

$893,338 

437,552 

292,416 

32,123 

66,897 

63,450 

900 



$115,717 

8,015 

50 

40,261 

126 



125 



16,740 


14.47 


5,317 


4.59 


1,554 


1..34 


4,578 


3.96 


33,949 


28.47 


412 


0.36 


5,580 


4.82 



10 

$479,821 

212,087 

182,629 

22,933 

37,459 

24,613 

100 



100.00 
4.11 

30. .11 

1.58 
0.40 
0.07 
0.30 
0.19 
8.69 
7.16 
0.41 
0.01 
2.08 
7.71 
S6..57 
1.21 
8.96 

0.04 

100.00 
48.98 
32.73 
3.60 
7.49 
7.10 
0.10 

100.00 

6.93 

0.04 

34.79 

0.11 



0.11 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



0.01 

100.00 
44.20 
38.06 

4.78 
7.81 
5.13 
0.02 



Town of JHllford. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, ueedle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quari'ies, pits, etc., . 

Town of ITIlIIbnry. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$75,780 

2,787 

1,330 

29,660 

28 

350 
542 

4,5G6 
3,108 

604 

644 

2,582 

16,092 
365 

13,121 

1 

$304,242 
141,297 

122,883 

7,444 

18,618 

8,950 

5,050 



$153,603 
8,153 

61,532 

2,666 
31 

48 
865 

6,877 
6,481 



2.744 

5,381 

43,273 

1,250 
14,232 

50 

$510,807 

232,463 

184,873 

17,975 

43,301 

31,r)15 

680 



100.00 

3.68 

1.75 

39.14 

0.04 

0.46 
0.72 

6.03 
4.10 

0.80 
0.S5 
3.41 

21.23 
0.48 

17.31 



100.00 
46.44 
40.39 
2.45 
6.12 
2.94 
1.66 



100.00 
5.31 

40.07 

1.74 

0.02 
0.03 
0.56 

4.48 
4.22 



1.79 

3.50 

28.17 

0.81 
9.27 

0.03 

100.00 
45.51 
36.19 
3.52 
8.48 
6.17 
0.13 



290 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Pkoducts, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Vol IIP 


Percent- 


AND Propertt. 




ages 


AND PKOPERir. 




ages 


Town of Xeiv Braiutree. 






Town of 9fortIibridg:e. 






Products. 


$171,881 


100.00 


Products. 


$98,186 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


10,634 


6.19 


Animal jjroducts 


3,500 


3.57 


Clothing, ueedle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


63,3S6 


36.30 


Dairy products 


38,521 


39.23 


Food products, . . . . 


3,063 


1.78 


Food products 


813 


0.83 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


6,475 


0.59 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


212 


0.22 


Liquors and beverages. 


570 


0.33 


Liquors and beverages. 


81 


0.08 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, 


4,779 


2.78 


Poultry products 


5,830 


5.94 


Wood products 


17,199 


10.01 


Wood products 


6,914 


7.04 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


12 


0.01 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


o 


* 


Cereals 


7,946 


4.63 


Cereals 


1,198 


1.22 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,402 


1.9S 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,798 


2.85 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


50,078 


29.14 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


22,785 


23.21 


Meats and game, .... 


5,247 


3.05 


Meats and game, .... 


1,322 


1.35 


Vegetables, 


6,551 


3.81 


Vegetables 


7,090 


7.22 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


6 


* 


pits, etc 


632 


0.64 


Property. 


$512,505 


100.00 


Property. 


$409,455 


100.00 


Land, 


232,975 


45.40 


Land, 


211,836 


51.73 


Buildings 


164,056 


32.01 


Buildings, 


153,041 


37.38 


Machines, implements, etc., 


21,553 


4.21 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


12,541 


3.06 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


76,539 


14.93 


Domestic animals, etc., 


25,720 


6.28 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


17,272 


3.37 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


5,512 


1.35 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


110 


0.02 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


805 


0.20 


Town of NortUborougli. 






Town of North Brookfield. 






Products. 


$165,183 


100.00 


Products. 


$151,7.50 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


12,264 


7.42 


Animal products, .... 


8,725 


5.75 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


25 


0.02 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


LW 


0.10 


Dairy products 


46,687 


28.86 


Dairy products, .... 


64,59.'> 


42.57 


Food products, .... 


110 


0.07 


Food products 


1,330 


0.88 


Greenhouse products, . 


100 


0.06 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


20 


0.01 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


- 


- 


Liquors and beverages. 


6 


* 


Liquors and beverages. 


424 


0.28 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


18,561 


11.24 


Poultry products, .... 


6,584 


4.34 




11,450 


6.93 


Wood products, .... 


5,889 


3.88 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


40 


0.02 


Other products, .... 


40 


0.03 


Cereals, 


4,155 


2.52 


Cereals, 


4,137 


2.72 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,867 


2.34 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,002 


1.98 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


48,64» 


29.4.5 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


43,162 


29.76 


Meats and game 


714 


0.43 


Meats and game, .... 


5,487 


3.61 


Vegetables, 


18,497 


11.20 


Vegetables, 


6,224 


4.10 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


. 44 


0.03 


pits, etc., 


1 


* 


Property. 


$767,040 


100.00 


Property. 


$585,557 


100.00 


Land 


332,359 


43.33 


Land 


287,363 


49.07 


Buildings, 


285,690 


37.24 


Buildings, 


208,841 


35.67 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


29,421 


3.84 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


19,679 


3.36 


Domesti(; animals, etc.. 


54,503 


7.11 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


50,691 


8.66 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


62,348 


8.13 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


18,933 


3.23 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,725 


0.35 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


,50 


0.01 



PRODUCTS a;nd property by towns. 



291 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Propertv. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, PRonncTS, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Toivii of Oakliaiu. 






Town of Paxtoii. 






Products. 


$87,830 


100.00 


Products. 


$69,422 


100.00 


Animal products 


3,509 


3.99 


Animal products, .... 


3,0,58 


4.41 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


1()9 


0.19 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


38,308 


32.23 


Dairy products, .... 


2t,604 


3.5.44 


Food products 


(i8i) 


0.78 


Food products, .... 


433 


0.63 


Greenliouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Ilotlioase and liotbed products, 


2 


* 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


25 


0.04 


Liquors and beverages, 


254 


0.29 


Liquors and beverages, 


10 


0.01 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


6,488 


7.39 


Poultry products, .... 


6,390 


9.20 


Wood products 


9,886 


11.26 


Wood products, .... 


2,873 


4.14 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


(Jther products 


- 


- 


Other products 


- 


- 


Cereals, 


1,710 


1.95 


Cereals 


1,140 


1.64 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


l,is:? 


1.35 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


393 


0.57 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


86,970 


30.71 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


34,213 


34.88 


Meats and game, .... 


4,483 


5.10 


Meats and game 


1,400 


2.02 


Vegetables 


4,184 


4.76 


Vegetables, 


4,738 


6.83 


Products fi-om mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


145 


0.21 


Property. 


$304,009 


100.00 


Property. 


$277,286 


100.00 


Land 


165,661 


54..50 


Land 


159,648 


57.57 


Buildings, 


83,764 


27.55 


Buildings, 


74,489 


26.86 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


9,993 


3.29 


Machines, implements, etc., 


9,344 


3.37 


Domestic animals, etc., 


31,3,58 


10.31 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


27,052 


9.76 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


13,233 


4.35 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


6,433 


2.32 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


320 


0.12 


Town of Oxforfl. 






Town of Petersliani. 






Products. 


$120,255 


100.00 


Products. 


$141,761 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


6,694 


5..57 


Animal products, .... 


4,396 


3.10 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


124 


0.09 


Dairy products 


3.5,343 


29.39 


Dairy products, .... 


28,861 


20.36 


Food products, .... 


1,450 


l.il 


Food products 


1,330 


0.94 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


210 


0.15 


Liquors and beverages, 


593 


0.49 


Liquors and beverages. 


821 


0.58 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


9,195 


7.65 


Poultry products 


7,891 


5.57 




10,886 


9.05 


Wood products 


36,101 


25.47 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


43 


0.03 


Other products, .... 


3 


* 


Other products, .... 


54 


0.04 


Cereals, 


3,476 


2.89 


Cereals 


2,685 


1.89 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,117 


1.76 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


2,431 


1.71 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


36,839 


30.63 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


42,008 


29.63 


Meats and game. 


5,151 


4.28 


Meats and game, .... 


4,908 


3.46 


Vegetables, 


8,516 


7.08 


Vegetables, 


9,765 


6.89 


Products from mines, quai-ries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


133 


0.09 


Property. 


$543,.531 


100.00 


Property. 


$630,769 


100.00 


Land, 


274,680 


50.54 


Land, 


320,751 


50.85 


Buildings, . . . . . 


204,906 


37.70 


Buildings, 


2,35,497 


37.34 


Machines, implements, etc., 


19,961 


3.67 


Machines, implements, etc., 


19,964 


3.17 


Domestic^animals, etc., 


34,681 


6.38 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


43,910 


6.96 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,303 


1.71 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,042 


1.43 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,605 


0.25 



292 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Town of PhillipHton 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products. 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Princeton. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle vrork, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food ijroducts, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



$88,628 

4,053 

6 

24,»89 

1,297 

180 
459 

4,907 
11,974 

180 
1,831 
3,099 
21,832 
6,103 
8,318 



$282,629 
140,005 
82,707 
12,382 
33,602 
13,933 



$167,370 

9,750 

454 

60.17a 

2,291 

100 

8 

469 

35 

12,007 

10,354 

23 

3,689 

4,2.55 

53,584 

1,819 
8,337 

23 



1709,118 

.324,401 

260,891 

25,958 

66,071 

31,302 

435 



100.00 

4.57 

0.01 

27.52 

1.46 

0.20 
0.52 

5.54 
13.51 

0.20 
2.07 
3.50 
24.63 
6.89 
9.38 



100.00 

49.54 

29.26 

4.38 

11.89 

4.93 



100.00 

5.83 

0.27 

35.95 

1.37 
0.06 
0.01 
0.28 
0.02 
7.17 
6.19 

0.01 

2.20 

2.54 

32.02 

1.09 
4.98 

0.01 

100.00 
45.76 
36.79 
3.66 
9.32 
4.41 
0.06 



Cities, Towxs, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



Town of Royalston. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry i^roducts, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Rutland. 

Products. 
Animal products, ... 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products. 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animal.s, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$129,137 

5,166 

15 

34,966 

1,468 



573 

2 

7,573 

25,. 504 

60 

15 

2,683 

3,881 

31,.528 

6,375 

8,328 

1,000 

$459,878 

216,000 

161,853 

17,440 

40,361 

23,324 

900 



$151,223 
6,052 

50,959 

1,453 



83 



10,114 


6.69 


11,160 


7.38 


198 


0.13 


5 


* 


2,164 


1.43 


1,385 


0.92 


53,914 


35.65 


3,200 


2.12 


10,513 


6.95 



23 

$466,947 

242,042 

132,262 

21,935 

50,364 

18,664 

1,680 



100.00 

4.00 

0.01 

37.08 

1.14 



0.44 

* 

5.86 
19.75 
005 
0.01 
2.08 
3.01 
24.41 
4.94 
6.45 

0.77 

100.00 

46.97 

35.19 

3.79 

8.78 
5.07 
0.20 



100.00 
4.00 

33.70 

0.96 



0.05 



0.02 

100.00 

51.83 

28.32 

4.70 

10.79 

4.00 

0.36 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



Percent- 
ages 



ToTvn of Sliren'sbury. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 
Cereals, ..... 
Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products fi'om mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Proi)erty. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Southboroagh. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 



Property. 

Land 

Buildings 

Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., 



$250,123 

18,548 

89,880 

3,093 

2,250 

171 

458 

19,205 

7,557 

58 

8,566 

11,793 

60,965 

5,047 

2-2,443 

89 

$927,341 

442,825 

307,136 

31,887 

81,792 

62,276 

1,425 



$209,131 100.00 



100.00 
7.42 

3.1.9S 

1.24 
0.90 
0.07 
0.18 

7.68 
3.02 

0.02 

3.42 

4.72 

24.37 

2.02 

8.97 

0.04 

100.00 

47.75 

33.12 

3.44 

8.82 
6.72 
0.15 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 



Value 



10,453 

88,.?9S 

2,505 

5,000 

265 

674 

19,166 
4,647 

75 

3,416 

6,387 

53,136 

1,194 
11,794 

1,801 

$1,014,766 

500,937 

355,936 

24,567 

67,846 

62,080 

3,400 



5.00 

48.37 

1.20 
2.39 
0.13 
0..32 

9.16 
2.22 

0.04 

1.63 

3.05 

3.^.43 

0.57 
5.64 

0.86 

100.00 
49.36 
35.08 
2.42 
6.69 
6.12 
0.33 



Town of Soatlibri«lKe. 

Products. 
Animal pi'oducts, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc. 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Spencer. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, . 
Cereals, . 

Fruits, berries, and nuts. 
Hay,' straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, . 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc., 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Percent- 
ages 



$122,366 
6,726 

41, 9.53 

1,017 

1,500 

800 

420 

5,963 

9,101 

4 

26 
2,191 
2,106 
34,13.1 
6,585 
9,838 

11 

$390,007 

179,068 

155,684 

15,732 

31,842 

7,461 

220 



$229,222 
13,2.50 

93,901 

1,946 

1,400 

346 

517 

17,548 
7,.521 



4,606 

3,122 

65,008 

.5,615 
14,392 

50 

$674,385 

344,988 

211,134 

34,358 

59,537 

24,168 

200 



100.00 
5.50 

34.39 

0.83 
1.23 
0.65 
0.34 

4.S7 
7.44 

* 

0.02 

1.79 

1.72 

37.89 

5.38 
8.04 

0.01 

100.00 
45.91 
39.92 
4.03 
8.17 
1.91 
0.06 



100.00 
5.78 

40.96 

0.85 
0.61 
0.15 
0.23 

7.66 
3.28 



2.01 

1.36 

28.36 

2.45 
0.28 

0.02 

100.00 
51.16 
31.31 
5.09 
8.83 
3.58 
0.03 



294 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Coatinued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 

AND PitOPERTY. 



Value 



Ton'n of Sierliue:. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, ... 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, 
"Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarrieS; 
pits, etc 



J'7-oi>erfy. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Stiirbrldgre. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc.. 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages, 
Nursery products, 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods, 
Other products, . 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, ... 

Vegetables 

Products from mines, quarries 
pits, etc. 



Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



$264,480 
21,022 

loo.ioo 

4,029 

66 
1,13.5 

24,704 

11,743 

2S.i 

250 

6,785 

8,753 

66,380 

5,348 

13,851 

29 

$1,069,886 

549,005 

356,218 

36,065 

81,911 

46,362 

325 



$184,404 
6,993 

45,812 
1,635 



572 

7,871 
50,3S3 

604 
4,683 
2,976 
45,810 
7,147 
9,976 

40 

$593,543 

290,507 

221,628 

19,742 

46,895 

13,986 

785 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
7.95 

37.8.1 

1.52 

0.02 
0.43 

9.34 
4.44 
0.11 
0.09 
2.57 
3.31 

a.i.io 

2.02 
5.24 

0.01 

100.00 
51.31 
33.30 
3.37 
7.66 
4.33 
0.03 



100.00 
3.79 

24.84 
0.89 



0.31 

4.27 
87.87 

0.33 
2.54 
1.61 

24.84 
3.88 
5.41 

0.02 

100.00 
48.94 
37.34 
3.33 
7.90 
2.36 
0.13 



Cities, Towns, Prodccts, 
AND Property. 



Town of Sutton. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products. 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery pi'oducts. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder, 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc 

Property. 

Land 

Buildings, .... 
Machines, implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc.. 
Fruit trees;and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 

Town of Templeton. 

Products. 
Animal products, . 
Clothing, needle work, etc., 
Dairy products, . 
Food products, 
Greenhouse products, . 
Hothouse and hotbed products 
Liquors and beverages. 
Nursery products. 
Poultry products, . 
Wood products, . 
Wooden goods. 
Other products, 

Cereals, 

Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 
Hay, straw, and fodder. 
Meats and game, . 
Vegetables, .... 
Products from mines, quarries, 
pits, etc., 

Property. 

Land, 

Buildings, .... 
Macliines, Implements, etc.. 
Domestic animals, etc., 
Fruit trees and vines, . 
Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 



Value 



$197,616 
9,367 

61,311 

1,707 



1,066 



16,813 


8.51 


18,179 


9.20 


27 


0.01 


50 


0.03 


^,306 


2 69 


5,373 


2.72 


55,499 


88.08 


8,. 563 


4.33 


14,439 


7.31 



16 

1728,183 

386,279 

228,661 

31,905 

56,083 

25,030 

225 



$113,447 
5,725 

36,148 

538 

118 
301 

6,763 

5,975 

53 

7.56 

2,939 

31,499 

2,812 
19,690 

130 

$503,632 

234,365 

209,841 

17,474 

34,088 

6,864 

1,000 



Percent- 
ages 



100.00 
4.74 

30.97 

0.86 



0.54 



0.01 

100.00 
53.05 
31.40 
4.38 
7.70 
3.44 
0.03 



100.00 
5.05 

31.86 

0.47 

0.10 
0.26 

5.96 
5.27 
0.05 

0.67 

2. ,59 

87.77 

2.48 
17.36 

0.11 

100.00 
46.53 
41.67 
3.47 
6.77 
1.36 
0.20 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



295 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value Pei-cent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value Percent- 


AND Propektt. 




ages 


AND Propektt. 




ages 


Town of Upton. 






Town of Warren. 






Products. 


$141,694 


100.00 


Products. 


$175,266 


100.00 


Auimal products, .... 


4,922 


3.47 


Animal products, . 


11,908 


6.79 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


400 


0.28 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


3.>.67:j 


2.1.18 


Dairy products, .... 


72,999 


41.65 


Food products, .... 


2,3G4 


1.67 


Food products 


3,229 


1.84 


Greenhouse products, . 


22,5 


0.16 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


275 


0.19 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


26 


0.02 


Liquors and beverages, 


177 


0.13 


Liquors and beverages. 


757 


0.43 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Poultry products, .... 


11,777 


8.31 


Poultry products, .... 


6,750 


3.85 


Wood products 


23,380 


16.50 


Wood products 


6,756 


3.85 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Wooden goods, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


13 


0.01 


Cereals, 


2,666 


1.88 


Cereals 


5,563 


3.17 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,34,5 


2.36 


Fruits, beiTies, and nuts, . 


2,554 


1.46 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


40,718 


28.74 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


49,403 


28.19 


Meats and game, .... 


2,353 


1.66 


Meats and game, .... 


7,4.59 


4.26 


Vegetables 


13,419 


9.47 


Vegetables 


7,781 


4.44 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc., 


68 


0.04 


Property. 


$612,326 


100.00 


Property. 


$581,553 


100.00 


Land 


238,601 


38.97 


Land, 


270,427 


46.50 


Buildings 


304,4.56 


49.72 


Buildings, 


222,904 


38.33 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


19,339 


3.16 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


18,455 


3.17 


Domestic animals, etc., 


42,433 


6.93 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


.52,816 


9.08 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


6,997 


1.14 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


15,971 


2.75 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


500 


0.08 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


980 


0.17 


Town of Uxbridge. 






Town of Webster. 






Products. 


$219,802 


100.00 


Products. 


$57,395 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


6,175 


2.81 


Animal products, .... 


2,049 


3.57 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc.. 


- 


- 


Dairy products, .... 


92,632 


42.13 


Dairy products 


21,204 


36.94 


Food products 


4,S23 


2.19 


Food products, .... 


515 


0.90 


•Greenhouse pi'oducts, . 


- 


- 


Greenhouse products, . 


2,635 


4.59 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


250 


0.11 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


137 


0.24 


Liquors and beverages. 


815 


0.37 


Liquors and beverages, 


623 


1.09 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nursery products, 


63 


0.11 


Poultry products 


18,6,54 


8.49 


Poultry products 


3,921 


6.83 


Wood products, .... 


25,290 


11., 51 


Wood products 


4,466 


7.78 


Wooden goods, .... 


24 


0.01 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Other products, . . . • 


7 


* 


Other products, . . . . 


49 


0.09 


Cereals 


3,284 


1.49 


Cereals 


1,196 


2.08 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


4,320 


1.97 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,629 


2.84 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


47,839 


21.77 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


11,566 


20.15 


Meats and game 


1,905 


0.87 


Meats and game 


2,750 


4.79 


Vegetables 


13,699 


6.23 


Vegetables, 


4,022 


7.01 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc- 


65 


0.03 


pits, etc 


570 


0.99 


Projierty. 


$691,299 


100.00 


Proxterty. 


$222,739 


100.00 




332,671 


48.12 


Land, 


108.184 


48.57 


Buildings, 


261,773 


37.87 


Buildings, 


90,352 


40.56 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


28,157 


4.07 


Machines, implements, etc., 


7,205 


3.23 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


50,957 


7.37 


Domestic animals, etc., 


12,442 


5.59 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


15,566 


2.25 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,206 


1.89 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,175 


0.32 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


350 


0.16 



296 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Continued. 



Cities, Towns, TRODnCTS, 


Value 


Percent- 


Cities, Towns, Products, 


Value 


Percent- 


AND Property. 




ages 


AND Property. 




ages 


Town of WestborOHKli- 






Town of IVest Brookfield. 






Products. 


$229,520 


100.00 


Products. 


$128,878 


100.00 


Auimal products 


13,829 


6.03 


Animal products 


8,.341 


6.47 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


1,905 


1.48 


Dairy pi'oducts 


83,931 


36.37 


Dairy products 


43,380 


33.66 


Food products 


1,335 


0.58 


Food products, .... 


2,413 ■ 


1.87 


Greenhouse pi'oducts, . 


1,755 


0.76 


Greenhouse products, . 


500 


0.39 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


80 


0.03 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


27 


0.02 


Liquors and beverages, 


35 


0.02 


Liquors and beverages. 


221 


0.17 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products. 


15,564 


6.78 


Poultry products 


5,270 


4.09 


Wood products 


3,515 


1.53 


Wood products 


5,7.')4 


4.46 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- ; 


- 


Other products, .... 


135 


0.06 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cei-eals, 


8,667 


3.78 


Cereals 


6,199 


4.81 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


9,260 


4.03 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


1,411 


1.10 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


70,61.5 


30.77 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


39,392 


30.72 


Meats and game, .... 


3,493 


1.52 


Meats and game, .... 


5,615 


4.36 


Vegetables 


17,104 


7.45 


Vegetables 


8,142 


6.32 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc., 


202 


0.09 


pits, etc., 


108 


0.08 


Property. 


$746,082 


100.00 


Property. 


$470,880 


100.00 


Land, 


335,130 


44.92 


Land, 


219,243 


46.56 


Buildings, 


280,153 


37.55 


Buildings, 


173,715 


36.89 


Machines, implements, etc.. 


25,680 


3.44 


Machines, implements, etc., 


16,107 


3.42 


Domestic animals, etc.. 


76,558 


10.26 


Domestic animals, etc., 


48,527 


10.31 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


25,686 


3.44 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


12,363 


2.62 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


2,875 


0.39 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


925 


0.2O 


Town of 1%'^est Boylston. 






Town of liVestniinster. 






Products. 


$138,022 


100.00 


Products. 


$157,749 


100.00 


Animal products 


7,171 


5.19 


Animal products 


8,243 


5.23 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products 


5S,643 


42.49 


Dairy products, .... 


43,336 


28.74 


Food products, .... 


323 


0.23 


Food products 


1,499 


0.95 


Greenhouse products, . 


3,005 


2.18 


Greenhouse products, . 


- 


- 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


550 


0.40 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


184 


0.12 


Liquors and beverages. 


312 


0.23 


Liquors and beverages, 


567 


0.36 


Nursery products, 


- 


- 


Nurserj^ products. 


- 


- 


Poultry products, . 


8,298 


6.01 


Poultry products, .... 


19,445 


12.33 


Wood products 


4,732 


3.43 


Wood products 


15,164 


9.61 


Wooden goods, . . . . 


- 


- 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products 


235 


0.15 


Cereals, 


4,168 


3.02 


Cereals 


1,744 


1.11 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


3,275 


2. .37 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


6,492 


4.11 


Ilay, straw, and fodder. 


.33,082 


23.97 


Hay, straw, and fodder, . 


45,833 


29.03 


Meats and game 


1,345 


0.97 


Meats and game, . . . . 


2,773 


1.76 


Vegetables 


13,093 


9.49 


Vegetables, 


10,161 


6.44 


Products from mines, quarries. 






Products from mines, quarries. 






pits, etc. 


25 


0.02 


pits, etc 


73 


0.05 


Property. 


$457,450 


100.00 


Property. 


$734,695 


100.00 




206,789 


45.21 


Land 


348,043 


47.37 


Buildings 


182,037 


39.79 


Buildings 


293,605 


39.96 


Machines, implements, etc., 


19,589 


4.28 


Machines, implements, etc., 


29,390 


4.00 


Domestic animals, et(;.. 


39,106 


8.56 


Domestic animals, etc., 


45,4,50 


6.19 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


9,769 


2.14 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


16,4,55 


2.24 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


100 


0.02 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


1,752 


0.24 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



297 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Concluded. 
COUNTY OF WORCESTER — Concluded. 



Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
ages 


Cities, Towns, Products, 
AND Property. 


Value 


Percent- 
aces 


Town of Winclieiiclou. 






Cit.T of WORCESTER. 






Products. 


$84,880 


100.00 


Products. 


$.582,439 


100.00 


Animal products, .... 


3,941 


4.64 


Animal products 


24,910 


4.28 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Clothing, needle work, etc., 


- 


- 


Dairy products, . . . . 


33,060 


37.77 


Dairy products 


214.997 


36.91 


Food products, .... 


386 


0.45 


Food products 


2,278 


39 


Greenhouse products, . 


1,700 


2.00 


Greenhouse products, . 


39,773 


6.83 


Hothouse and hotbed products, 


88 


O.IO 


Hothouse and hotbed products. 


992 


0.17 


Liquors and beverages, 


247 


0.29 


Liquors and beverages, 


7,52 


0.13 


Nursery products. 


- 


- 


Nursery products. 


6,125 


1.05 


Poultry products 


5,49C 


6.48 


Poultry products, .... 


29,892 


.5.13 


Wood products, .... 


5,179 


6.10 


Wood products 


7,403 


1.27 


Wooden goods 


6 


0.01 


Wooden goods 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Other products, .... 


- 


- 


Cereals 


1,009 


1.19 


Cereals, 


7,475 


1.29 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


924 


1.09 


Fruits, berries, and nuts, . 


20,754 


3.56 


Hay, straw, and fodder, 


33,419 


37.59 


Hay, straw, and fodder. 


149,394 


a.>.«3 


Meats and game, .... 


3,196 


3.77 


Meats. and game. 


8,935 


1.54 


Vegetables 


7,229 


8.52 


Vegetables 


62,034 


10.65 


Products from mines, quarries, 






Products from mines, quarries, 






pits, etc., 


- 


- 


pits, etc 


6,825 


1.17 


Property. 


$354,622 


100.00 


Property. 


$4,855,883 


100.00 


Land, 


163,245 


46.03 


Land, 


3,324,246 


68.46 


Buildings 


151,991 


42.86 


Buildings, 


1,175,048 


24.20 


Machines, implements, etc., 


11,854 


3.34 


Machines, implements, etc., 


86,777 


1.79 


Domestic animals, etc., 


22,763 


6.42 


Domestic animals, etc., 


152,050 


3.13 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


4,769 


1.35 


Fruit trees and vines, . 


102,462 


2.11 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc, . 


- 


- 


Mines, quarries, pits, etc., . 


15,.300 


0.31 



298 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES: PRODUCTS. 





CocHTiES, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


PKOOnCTS 




Animal 


Clothing, 

Needle 
Work, etc. 


Dairy 


Food 


Green- 


Hothouse 
and 


Liquors 
and 


Nursery 


Poultry 






rroducts 


Products 


Products 


iiu use 

Products 


Hotbed 
Products 


Bever- 
ages 


Products 


Products 


1 


BARNSTABLE. 


$41,457 


$208 


$185,693 


$10,.392 


$8,074 


$210 


$133 


$2,027 


$126,8.54 


2 


Barnstable, 


7,406 


_ 


3R,.').58 


21 


250 


95 


9 


20 


18,829 


3 


Bourne, . 


3,667 


20 


10,480 


2,950 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,886 


4 


Brewster, 


1,053 


- 


5,437 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,629 


5 


Chatham, . 


2,679 


5 


12,569 


1,350 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,.507 


6 


Deunis, . 


2,549 


- 


8,211 


106 


- 


- 


- 


142 


6,531 


7 


Eastham,. 


2,099 


_ 


11,873 


- 


- 


12 


- 


- 


13,041 


8 


Falmouth, 


8,G70 


100 


28,879 


5,113 


6,391 


40 


31 


750 


10,285 


9 


Harwich, . 


3,574 


83 


9,104 


650 


25 


5 


- 


255 


13,3.53 


10 


Mashpee, . 


681 


- 


1,261 


75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


933 


11 


Orleans, . 


1,286 


- 


9,660 


- 


100 


- 


- 


- 


12,297 


12 


Provincetown, 


1,591 


- 


4,824 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,021 


13 


Sandwich, 


859 


- 


5,900 


2 


- 


18 


42 


- 


2,702 


14 


Truro, 


1,847 


_ 


19,898 


10 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


11,303 


15 


^A'elHleet, 


1,183 


- 


12,422 


72 


233 


- 


51 


- 


11,806 


16 


Yarmouth, 


2,313 


- 


8,617 


43 


1,075 


40 


- 


860 


2,731 


17 


BERKSHIRE. 


$182,463 


$925 


$1,530,995 


$71,676 


$34,011 


$3,803 


$30,264 


$790 


$228,785 


18 


Aflams, . 


6,190 


109 


65,251 


3,147 


400 


.53 


1,488 


_ 


14,064 


19 


Alfoid, . 


3,944 


_ 


21,198 


1,2.32 


- 


40 


640 


- 


6,445 


20 


Becket, . 


4,161 


34 


31,186 


1,594 


- 


10 


546 


- 


3,280 


21 


Cheshire, . 


5,.554 


- 


62,003 


1,360 


- 


- 


1,249 


- 


6,807 


22 


Clarksburg, . 


3,494 


104 


34,726 


1,448 


- 


46 


816 


- 


5,427 


23 


Dalton, . 


8,033 


- 


50,148 


1,117 


385 


107 


1,005 


- 


7,292 


24 


Egremont, 


7,468 


- 


76,573 


2,615 


- 


- 


387 


- 


8,829 


25 


F orida, . 


2,154 


- 


21,767 


794 


- 


- 


457 


- 


3,599 


26 


Great Barrington, . 


11,358 


45 


85,970 


6,644 


2,065 


369 


1,266 


- 


11,6.55 


27 


Hancock, . 


4,141 


- 


28,102 


846 


- 


- 


492 


- 


3,993 


28 


Hinsdale, . 


5,248 


- 


46,629 


1,797 


- 


- 


1,225 


- 


5,121 


29 


Lanesborough, 


5,402 


- 


61,316 


1,662 


- 


68 


1,422 


- 


6,2.50 


30 


Lee 


9,011 


- 


67,592 


2,846 


- 


41 


1,982 


20 


12,364 


31 


Lenox, 


6,704 


- 


51,337 


2,395 


12,050 


407 


986 


670 


8,739 


32 


Monterey, 


4,024 


- 


31,303 


1,558 


- 


- 


749 


- 


4,105 


33 


Mount Washington 


648 


- 


4,651 


360 


- 


- 


20 


- 


1,520 


34 


New Ashford, . 


1,183 


- 


6,985 


10 


- 


- 


119 


- 


1,199 


35 


New Marlborough, 


11,460 


197 


75,015 


4,344 


- 


- 


2,574 


- 


8,009 


36 


North Adams, 


4,.'J81 


_ 


59,600 


1,480 


1,089 


691 


55 


100 


6,148 


37 


Otis, . . . . 


3,500 


- 


17,453 


1,884 


- 


- 


357 


- 


5,344 


38 


Peru, 


2,347 


- 


19,777 


980 


- 


- 


246 


- 


2,2.35 


39 


PiTTSFIELD, . 


8,497 


- 


84,424 


4,800 


11,032 


855 


3,519 


_ 


16,142 


40 


Richmond, 


3,7.')8 


- 


30,466 


832 


- 


- 


248 


- 


7,678 


41 


Sandisfleld, 


5,667 


45 


50,907 


4,133 


- 


- 


791 


_ 


5,861 


42 


Savoy, 


4,121 


- 


31,291 


1,115 


- 


- 


222 


- 


5,766 


43 


Sheffield, . 


11,7>'5S 


- 


86,398 


7,007 


- 


- 


1,679 


- 


14,611 


44 


Stockbridge, . 


9,093 


200 


65,503 


1,186 


6,900 


431 


724 


_ 


10,318 


45 


Tyringhani, . 


2,826 


- 


24,034 


1,663 


- 


- 


387 


- 


2,267 


46 


Washington, . 


4,987 


- 


36,226 


559 


- 


- 


388 


_ 


4,569 


47 


West Stockbridge, . 


3,202 


100 


26,736 


1,398 


- 


20 


1,169 


- 


4,583 


48 


Williamstow'n, 


13,944 


91 


129,391 


8,104 


90 


665 


2,865 


- 


18,380 


49 


Windsor, . 


3,939 


- 


47,037 


766 


- 


- 


191 


- 


6,185 


50 


BRISTOL. 


$204,836 


$382 


$1,334,430 


$27,068 


$103,945 


$24,914 


$8,536 


$4,260 


$740,050 


51 


Acushnet, 


13,475 


225 


41,906 


2,674 


20 


- 


244 


_ 


31, .599 


52 


Attleborough, 


7,941 


- 


83,777 


1,134 


3,000 


29 


176 


_ 


28,908 


53 


Berkley, . 


4,685 


19 


43,170 


248 


300 


866 


267 


- 


27,209 


54 


Dartmouth, 


52,165 


42 


172,661 


4,955 


300 


7.50 


272 


130 


72,433 


55 


Dighton, . 


4,707 


- 


27,244 


1,855 


4,310 


8,334 


305 


3,1!K) 


32,784 


56 


Easton, . 


8,779 


- 


53,394 


1,592 


3,025 


7 


18 


- 


26,971 


57 


Fairhaven, 


11,124 


- 


38,699 


1,943 


330 


115 


33 


- 


29,051 


58 


Fall Rivek, . 


2,.568 


96 


35,698 


140 


17,795 


649 


706 


- 


23,624 


59 


Freetown, 


2,619 


- 


18,018 


42 


- 


48 


36 


_ 


20,943 


60 


Mansfield, 


3,335 


- 


19,978 


83 


1,950 


1,376 


35 


860 


10,623 


61 


New Bedford, 


10,078 


- 


,54,118 


1,600 


40,985 


1,485 


1,499 


_ 


19,505 


62 


North Attleborough 


8,953 


_ 


63,899 


577 


818 


159 


326 


- 


22,615 


63 


Norton, 


4,433 


- 


42,886 


657 


- 


32 


265 


77 


25,925 


64 


Ray n ham, 


7,656 


- 


41,485 


196 


120 


107 


26 


- 


12,450 


65 


Rehoboth, 


15,1.'J3 


- 


1.50,689 


1,065 


125 


2,724 


768 


_ 


68,426 


66 


Seekonk, . 


11,208 


- 


130,959 


629 


5,(>.50 


1,931 


380 


- 


30,075 


67 


Somerset, . 


3,949 


- 


37,373 


604 


- 


1,300 


374 


- 


15,206 


68 


Swansea, . 


9,605 


- 


84,208 


1,002 


529 


4,846 


1,544 


- 


51,933 


69 


Taunton, 


7,989 


- 


80,270 


4,541 


24,688 


156 


672 


3 


47,620 


70 


Westport, 


14,414 


- 


113,998 


1,531 


- 


- 


590 


- 


142,150 


71 


DUKES. 


$16,221 


- 


$69,788 


$3,833 


$4,300 


$265 


$34 


_ 


$32,637 


72 


Chilmark, 


4,097 


_ 


7,1.38 


553 


_ 


_ 


10 


„ 


5,286 


73 


Cottage City, . 


1,772 


- 


12,28;^ 


980 


4,200 


265 


- 


- 


4,922 


74 


Edgartown, . 


3,559 


- 


20,1.58 


150 


100 


- 


- 


- 


6,478 


75 


Gay Head, 


420 


- 


2,468 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


801 


76 


Gosnold, . 


1,686 


4 


4,169 


1,580 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


1,049 


77 


Tisbury, . 


722 




4,848 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3,417 


78 


West l^isbury, 


3,965 


— 


18,724 


570 


- 


- 


24 


- 


10,684 



PRODUCTS AND PliOPERTY BY TOWNS. 



299 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 
RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES: PRODUCTS. 











Product 


3 








TOTAf, 
PnODUCTS 


~~' 


Wood 
Products 


Wooden 
Goods 


Other 
Products 


Cereals 


Fruits, 

Berries, and 

Kuts 


Hay, 

Straw, and 

Fodder 


Meats 

and 

Game 


Vegetables 


Products 

from Mines, 

Quarries, 

Pits, etc. 




$33,861 


$3,663 


$1,918 


$9,778 


$339,026 


$153,222 


$19,870 


$117,192 


$1,337 


$1,053,915 


1 


7,582 


_ 


212 


5,136 


56,694 


39,564 


6,877 


19,876 


39o 


199,524 


2 


1,122 


_ 


_ 


387 


21,151 


8,426 


840 


4,538 


12 


57,485 


3 


1,103 


- 


- 


263 


21,563 


3,504 


790 


4,001 


- 


41,403 


4 


2,275 


_ 


262 


299 


13,504 


9,402 


240 


5,969 


51 


58,112 


5 


1,419 


.. 




231 


22,861 


7,046 


1,018 


4,751 


200 


55,065 


6 


1,143 


_ 


_ 


50 


487 


6,890 


197 


21,950 


- 


57,742 


7 


4,781 


277 


47 


1,107 


49,811 


24,486 


3,485 


15,289 


303 


159,845 


8 


7,730 


3,386 


1,334 


314 


79,922 


10,227 


1,388 


7,911 


76 


139,237 


9 


128 


- 


_ 


282 


18,780 


1,328 


440 


1,279 


- 


25,187 


10 


649 


_ 


63 


828 


1,870 


6,012 


443 


3,181 


- 


36,389 


11 


12 


_ 




3 


2,840 


12,435 


639 


4,387 


- 


33,753 


12 


2,464 


^ 


_ 


577 


9,588 


6,454 


943 


3,264 


300 


33,113 


13 


980 


_ 


_ 


43 


8,346 


6,013 


l,23(i 


10,984 


- 


60,660 


14 


1,110 


_ 


_ 


1 


6,041 


5,417 


710 


7,405 


- 


46,457 


15 


1,363 


- 


- 


251 


25,568 


4,958 


719 


2,407 


" 


50,945 


16 


$220,888 


$575 


$6,169 


$178,389 


$108,994 


$1,254,531 


$140,586 


$332,069 


$39,405 


$4,365,318 


17 


6,032 


126 


426 


3,565 


5,709 


55,504 


6,780 


15,277 


229 


184,350 


IS 


2,479 


6 


50 


5,837 


1,887 


19,063 


3,444 


2,793 


10 


68,068 


19 


17,134 


_ 


44 


709 


2,101 


30,797 


3,496 


7,515 


3,230 


95,837 


20 


7,427 


_ 


_ 


4,840 


5,002 


38,318 


6,531 


10,396 


50 


149,527 


21 


7,936 


135 


- 


497 


1,560 


22,677 


2,618 


6,899 


3,630 


92,013 


22 


10,206 


_ 


_ 


2,758 


2,220 


32,481 


1,779 


8,302 


170 


126,003 


23 


4,626 


_ 


_ 


12,577 


3,795 


54,911 


6,682 


4,733 


- 


183,196 


24 


5,063 


_ 


21 


555 


720 


18,065 


3,567 


5,268 


- 


62,630 


25 


9,404 


2 


103 


15,152 


5,233 


73,686 


6,042 


18,093 


693 


247,780 


26 


5,152 


13 




5,617 


2,114 


18,509 


4,113 


7,879 


- 


80,970 


27 


6,343 


. 


926 


3,075 


2,098 


31,724 


5,739 


9,914 


- 


119,839 


28 


3,668 


_ 


5 


7,252 


5,296 


41,590 


5,358 


9,677 


- 


149,036 


29 


11,349 


13 


447 


7,022 


7,484 


59,942 


4,740 


15,540 


15,318 


215,711 


30 


3,733 


- 


- 


6,803 


4,607 


51,109 


5,155 


17,109 


- 


171,804 


31 


5,524 


_ 


_ 


3,867 


2,442 


31,276 


3,730 


5,864 


- 


94,432 


32 


964 


5 


- 


1,265 


66 


4,623 


1,004 


974 


- 


16,099 


33 


1,710 


_ 


_ 


1,362 


656 


6,013 


679 


1,723 


~ 


21,638 


34 


18,880 


_ 


5 


11,572 


5,079 


59,982 


6,473 


10,337 




213,927 


35 


7,542 


15 


_ 


3,261 


2,566 


41,337 


3,152 


13,816 


1,384 


145,817 


36 


7,157 


1 


79 


849 


899 


15,280 


3,057 


3,517 


- 


59,383 


37 


5,197 




44 


771 


546 


18,903 


2,322 


3,046 


- 


56,414 


38 


5,710 


_ 


5 


12,066 


6,357 


98,383 


5,835 


30,630 


2,385 


290,640 


39 


3,016 


_ 


_ 


7,193 


3,485 


21,619 


2,472 


4,044 


- 


84,811 


40 


8,703 


_ 


118 


1,597 


1,537 


31,823 


4,957 


6,983 ' 


28 


123,150 


41 


9,076 


71 


193 


345 


744 


22,037 


2,621 


7,753 


- 


85,355 


42 


11,702 


_ 


427 


22,506 


7,591 


75,973 


13,937 


15,939 


- 


268,518 


43 


5,083 


_ 


766 


11,305 


4,823 


78,687 


4,528 


26,011 


11,450 


237,008 


44 


3,219 


6 


2,074 


1,997 


2,868 


26,271 


1,945 


3,452 


- 


73,009 


45 


8,719 


_ 


58 


3,405 


558 


29,442 


2,585 


6,444 


- 


97,940 


46 


3,699 


36 


2 


4,735 


3,110 


23,144 


3,637 


5,759 


131 


81,461 


47 


11,960 


147 


376 


12,612 


15,287 


99,003 


9,811 


41,033 


697 


364,446 


48 


2,475 




- 


1,422 


554 


31,760 


3,817 


6,370 


— 


104,516 


49 


$350,460 


$2,847 


$9,270 


$79,955 


$297,532 


$1,066,726 


$68,706 


$659,745 


$24,329 


$5,007,991 


50 


33,624 


230 


61 


3,543 


18,908 


51,497 


3,369 


31,064 


2,378 


234,817 


51 


6,973 


_ 


- 


1,503 


2,412 


37,520 


138 


16,879 


185 


190,575 


52 


8,406 


198 


12 


2,798 


12,418 


27,958 


2,661 


17,635 


73 


148,923 


53 


69,493 


_ 


2,911 


15,084 


12,842 


170,002 


10,210 


102,612 


9,945 


697,407 


54 


10,698 


413 


_ 


2,528 


42,290 


32,037 


3,454 


35,543 


2,901 


212,593 


55 


20,681 


3 


200 


623 


8,970 


42,712 


2,725 


11,992 


252 


181,944 


56 


15,399 




30 


2,005 


7,609 


44,205 


2,644 


26,249 


10 


179,446 


57 


18,614 


_ 


130 


2,115 


3,845 


31,248 


2,294 


23,689 


1,528 


164,739 


58 


25,099 


_ 


_ 


623 


8,409 


18,628 


1,461 


13,044 


21 


108,991 


59 


4,634 


820 


- 


376 


3,644 


17,371 


702 


4,106 


1,214 


71,107 


60 


7,323 


— 


_ 


1,407 


5,813 


38,156 


5,783 


24,056 


750 


212,558 


61 


3,633 


— 


_ 


2,075 


4,514 


31,470 


915 


9,243 


1,057 


150,254 


63 


18,703 


_ 


77 


1,345 


5,280 


29,995 


1,768 


5,484 


586 


137,513 


63 


9,220 


_ 


300 


453 


12,872 


37,438 


1,197 


8,200 


39 


131,759 


64 


23,151 


175 


93 


9,214 


36,680 


88,437 


6,201 


53,196 


83 


456,180 


65 


10,236 


_ 


- 


4,354 


13,135 


68,433 


4,947 


52,064 


272 


334,273 


66 


5,301 


_ 


6 


6,640 


36,407 


47,356 


1,703 


56,681 


492 


213,392 


67 


12,543 


_ 


95 


8,950 


36,409 


78,934 


3,239 


69,584 


382 


363,793 


68 


16,725 


693 


743 


1,520 


13,225 


58,683 


6,865 


29,224 


650 


294,267 


69 


30,004 


315 


4,612 


12,799 


11,850 


114,056 


6,430 


69,200 


1,511 


523,460 


70 


$7,030 


_ 


$15 


$3,898 


$18,752 


$65,613 


$11,525 


$36,932 


$850 


$271,693 


71 


760 


_ 


_ 


1,242 


469 


15,221 


1,933 


4,684 


665 


42,058 


72 


905 


- 


- 


268 


2,147 


8,457 


1,095 


9,823 


- 


47,117 


73 


1,697 


- 


- 


780 


1,278 


13,122 


2,919 


7,539 


- 


57,780 


74 


177 


_ 


_ 


112 


17 


2,243 


439 


1,069 


- 


7,746 


75 


260 


. 


15 




148 


2,360 


1,130 


979 


- 


13,376 


76 


933 


- 


- 


153 


4,562 


4,352 


515 


2,276 


- 


21,678 


J 1 


2,298 


" 


" 


1,343 


10,131 


19,958 


3,494 


10,563 


185 


81,938 


78 



mo 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 



RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES; 

— Continued. 



PRODUCTS 





Counties, Cities, 


Products 






Clothing, 

Needle 
Work, etc. 






Green- 
house 
Products 


Hothouse 


Liquors 








AND Towns. 


Animal 


Dairy 


Food 


and 


and 


Nursery 


Poultry 






Products 


Products 


Products 


Hotbed 
Products 


Bever- 
ages 


Products 


Products 


I 


ESSEX. 


$210,155 


$6,799 


$1,516,842 


$28,761 


$191,068 


$6,913 


$14,275 


$30,943 


$382,684 


2 


Amesbury, 


6,509 


_ 


34,.561 


1,833 


550 


69 


1,185 


5 


14,351 


3 


Andover, . 


13,814 


52 


87,038 


313 


10,900 


100 


37 


10,145 


3,749 


4 


Bevekly, 


6,.570 


8 


75,693 


111 


23,893 


849 


690 


- 


18,556 


5 


Box ford, . 


7,808 


- 


35,250 


1,067 


- 


313 


296 


- 


15,079 


6 


Bradford, 


2,844 


_ 


20,905 


- 


2,700 


- 


40 


- 


717 


7 


Danversi, . 


12,909 


_ 


96,446 


275 


6,450 


613 


.50 


- 


12,900 


8 


Essex, 


4,850 


- 


35,907 


315 


262 


171 


94 


- 


9,131 


9 


Georgetown, . 


3,387 


1,200 


12,856 


826 


- 


- 


378 


- 


5,172 


10 


Gloicester, 


4,319 


- 


102,279 


551 


6,500 


538 


724 


410 


18,107 


11 


Grovelaiid, 


2,350 


100 


11,273 


164 


800 


- 


207 


- 


5,717 


12 


Hamilton, 


4,278 


_ 


31,2.58 


344 


_ 


11 


363 


150 


11,603 


13 


Haverhill, . 


13,129 


790 


69,816 


3,059 


7,600 


.565 


1,343 


- 


16,345 


14 


Ipswich, . 


15,22r) 


_ 


64,128 


610 


1,600 


- 


462 


150 


23,695 


15 


Lawrence, . 


1,170 


600 


10,964 


229 


26,850 


180 


- 


10,000 


1,687 


16 


Lynn, 


1,056 


_ 


8,965 


87 


33,195 


422 


- 


100 


8,611 


17 


Lyuufield, 


4,068 


25 


.36,210 


50 


- 


- 


- 


15 


9,097 


18 


-Manciiester, . 


798 


- 


14,181 


26 


3,750 


- 


82 


- 


4,244 


19 


Marblehead, . 


2,498 


_ 


33,349 


1,618 


3,940 


48 


432 


16 


6,572 


20 


Merrimac, 


4,140 


330 


23,144 


4,166 


- 


26 


3,54 


- 


6,072 


21 


Methuen,. 


12,990 


_ 


131,735 


350 


3,940 


440 


229 


- 


33,821 


22 


Middleton, 


3,230 


1,020 


15,425 


481 


— 


90 


451 


- 


9,736 


23 


Naliant, . 


112 


_ 


5,739 


- 


3,800 


- 


- 


- 


38 


24 


Newbury, 


11,044 


_ 


48,479 


1,6.55 


600 


123 


1,301 


- 


8,077 


25 


Newburyport, . 


4,398 


- 


24,770 


643 


7,288 


41 


417 


800 


11,429 


26 


North Andover, 


12,896 


_ 


114,6.57 


2,180 


1,700 


50 


819 


69 


13,006 


27 


Peabody, . 


9,642 


240 


63,030 


2,272 


8,250 


1,361 


456 


- 


26,177 


28 


Rockport, 


722 


- 


14,241 


75 


- 


- 


110 


- 


2,676 


29 


Rowley, . 


4,353 


- 


25,207 


927 


320 


393 


697 


50 


6,037 


30 


Salem, . 


3,037 


- 


39,.5.53 


105 


27,090 


227 


63 


7,360 


5,963 


31 


Salisbury, 


.5,601 


1,416 


22,579 


1,256 


_ 


5 


858 


- 


17,352 


32 


Saugus, . 


4,566 


- 


70,027 


361 


- 


50 


30 


- 


12,472 


33 


Swanipscott, . 


738 


- 


8,350 


- 


5,790 


10 


8 


- 


2,057 


34 


Topsfleld, 


10,655 


- 


53,032 


1,400 


800 


- 


614 


- 


24,488 


35 


Wenhani,. 


3,976 


- 


34,104 


278 


- 


- 


325 


- 


8,960 


36 


West Newbury, 


10,413 


1,018 


41,691 


1,134 


2,500 


218 


1,160 


1,673 


8,990 


37 


FRANKLIN. 


$207,522 


$2,073 


$1,312,377 


$71,857 


$5,416 


$1,740 


$15,744 


$293 


$158,949 


3S 


Ashneld, . 


15,336 


61 


108,393 


2,953 


_ 


55 


101 


_ 


9,484 


39 


Bernardston, . 


9,936 


18 


58,782 


3,109 


- 


10 


1,094 


- 


8,701 


40 


Buckland, 


8,199 


291 


48,085 


1,838 


800 


105 


127 


- 


4,671 


41 


Charlemont, . 


7,932 


- 


55,858 


1,878 


- 


- 


328 


- 


5,385 


42 


Col rain, . 


13,704 


_ 


89,727 


7,704 


_ 


- 


713 


- 


8,383 


43 


Conway, . 


12,969 


197 


96,151 


2,196 


150 


37 


220 


- 


6,7.51 


44 


DeerSeld, 


17,419 


34 


100,786 


6,825 


10 


150 


2,735 


77 


8,745 


45 


Erving, . 


1,813 


_ 


10,.5S5 


920 


_ 


- 


496 


- 


2,140 


46 


Gill 


9,980 


- 


.57,513 


1,472 


- 


93 


7.52 


- 


8,071 


47 


Greenfield, 


16,922 


15 


80,359 


2,801 


3,700 


209 


1,013 


- 


10,169 


48 


Hawley, . 


4,143 


_ 


33,138 


1,581 


_ 


10 


52 


- 


4,083 


49 


Heath, 


7,188 


143 


40,712 


2,3.50 


- 


- 


446 


- 


3,311 


50 


Leverett, . 


4,498 


92 


27,611 


3,419 


_ 


- 


533 


- 


6,775 


51 


Leydeu, . 


5,061 


_ 


26,434 


2,484 


- 


- 


144 


- 


3,418 


52 


Monroe, . 


1,469 


- 


9,010 


516 


- 


- 


210 


- 


1,176 


53 


Montague, 


9,097 


80 


54,277 


5,237 


300 


452 


919 


145 


7,407 


54 


New Salem, . 


4,311 


175 


21,564 


2,2,55 


275 


- 


518 


- 


9,039 


55 


North field. 


12,6.')8 




.59,394 


3,641 


_ 


27 


1,310 


- 


10,849 


56 


Orange, . 


5,800 


25 


67,278 


1,769 


- 


23 


647 


- 


8,010 


57 


Rowe, 


3,744 


i 


21,924 


2,648 


- 


- 


559 


- 


3,482 


58 


Shelburne, 


9,7.59 


- 


77,866 


2,967 


_ 


- 


153 


- 


5,577 


59 


Shutesbury, . 


1,839 


167 


9,239 


1,040 


- 


- 


344 


- 


3,210 


60 


Sunderland, . 


(■,,901 


- 


82,171 


2,677 


25 


366 


110 


- 


6,125 


61 


Warwick, 


4,68S 


345 


18,264 


1,667 


- 


170 


264 


71 


5,719 


62 


Wendell, . 


3,010 


423 


11,677 


1,612 


- 


- 


4.55 


- 


3,a38 


63 


Whately, . 


9,151 


- 


45,.579 


4,298 


156 


33 


1,501 


- 


4,430 


64 


HAMPDEN. 


3153,066 


$260 


$1,115,823 


$48,730 


$47,866 


$3,833 


$22,462 


$5,392 


$199,691 


65 


Agawam, . 


15,037 


_ 


103,996 


6,644 


100 


_ 


2,&33 


105 


25,889 


66 


Blandford, 


9,175 


10 


.50,945 


4,100 


- 


_ 


788 


- 


6,739 


67 


Brim field, 


10,373 


_ 


(!2,378 


3,181 


_ 


44 


530 


- 


7,436 


68 


Chester, . 


3,111 


_ 


36,.595 


2,823 


- 


- 


.5:53 


- 


4,537 


69 


CHICOPEE, 


5,902 


- 


48,267 


2,433 


1,251 


525 


1,133 


275 


10,993 


70 


East Longmeadow, 


4,229 


- 


43,517 


1,443 


- 


134 


444 


- 


9,577 


71 


Granville, 


4,5S8 


- 


41,978 


2,7.57 


- 


- 


1,669 


- 


7,786 


72 


Hampden, 


4,8.'i0 


- 


38,599 


2,461 


- 


- 


1,662 


- 


10,554 


73 


Holland, . 


1,293 


- 


7,770 


274 


- 


- 


267 


- 


1,336 


74 


HOLYOKE, 


6,485 


_ 


60,939 


827 


14,476 


325 


700 


70 


6,691 


75 


Longmeadow, . 


1,6.52 


- 


17,274 


220 


600 


- 


240 


20 


4,353 


76 


Ludlow, . 


9,160 


_ 


79,589 


1,846 


21 


- 


1,495 


27 


8,827 


77 


Monson, . 


9,988 


- 


88,068 


4,364 


315 


56 


2,404 


- 


17,998 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



301 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY 



RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES 

— Continued. 



Continued. 

PRODUCTS 



Products 


Total 
Products 




Wood 
Products 


Wooden 
Goods 


Other 
Products 


Cereals 


Fruits, 

Ben'ies,and 

Nuts 


Hay, 

Straw, and 

Fodder 


Meats 

and 
Game 


Vegetables 


Products 

from Mines, 

Quarries, 

Pits, etc. 




$126,071 


$10 


$17,734 


$45,105 


$225,125 


$1,092,863 


$57,777 


$784,946 


$38,794 


$4,776,865 


1 


4,317 


_ 




1,444 


9,575 


33,927 


2,275 


22,688 


208 


133,497 


2 


7,822 


- 


- 


1,210 


2,794 


83,076 


747 


79,419 


350 


301,566 


3 


3,444 


- 


149 


221 


9,908 


29,998 


833 


59,847 


786 


231,.i56 


4 


11,156 


- 


- 


3,105 


7,770 


33.953 


3,233 


18,129 


250 


137,409 


5 


408 


- 


- 


94 


1,074 


18,576 


265 


12,256 


200 


60,079 


6 


623 


- 


2,055 


443 


12,540 


48,189 


3,162 


90,. 502 


125 


287,282 


7 


4,975 


5 


70 


1,041 


5,065 


32,282 


762 


9,408 


1,9,50 


106,288 


8 


3,432 


- 


3 


1,024 


2,29(5 


14,217 


1,312 


4,707 


71 


50,881 


9 


3,229 


5 


229 


26 


9,738 


23,104 


1,853 


21,594 


5,215 


198,421 


10 


2,530 


- 


- 


580 


1,933 


18,014 


1,524 


6,095 


- 


51,287 


11 


6,694 


- 


- 


1,539 


3,369 


27,111 


1,258 


9,510 


327 


97,815 


12 


5,896 


- 


20 


2,759 


7,832 


67,449 


7,043 


22,098 


981 


226,725 


13 


5,225 


- 


10 


7,990 


14,586 


78,388 


1,408 


23,812 


1,130 


238,419 


14 


20 


- 


579 


- 


96 


4,782 


352 


3,570 


23 


61,102 


15 


414 


- 


12 


- 


1,250 


6,707 


520 


9,718 


1,975 


73,032 


16 


2,128 


- 


- 


- 


2,376 


19,501 


648 


9,306 


- 


83,424 


17 


1,904 


- 


- 


- 


2,816 


4,725 


519 


1,936 


25 


35,006 


18 


- 


- 


523 


- 


4,317 


16,464 


963 


35,873 


19 


106,632 


19 


7,126 


- 


- 


906 


2,095 


15,397 


1,259 


9,643 


4 


74,662 


20 


2,666 


- 


3,653 


2,050 


12,967 


97,461 


5,434 


42,620 


22,390 


372,746 


21 


8,385 


- 


6,900 


1,124 


3,058 


19,087 


986 


22,099 


23 


92,095 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


185 


_ 


- 


_ 


9,874 


23 


2,876 


- 


1,553 


1,352 


24,417 


60,163 


2,.515 


29,279 


93 


193„527 


24 


386 


- 


- 


1,091 


6,150 


17,388 


1,993 


14,593 


453 


91,840 


25 


11,567 


- 


188 


1,537 


7,461 


64,390 


2,918 


26,656 


192 


260,286 


26 


7,521 


- 


701 


1,643 


10,596 


53,085 


2,351 


82,571 


1,274 


271,170 


27 


350 


- 


40 


- 


2,124 


5,!«;7 


99 


14,484 


105 


40,993 


28 


3,377 


- 


1 


1,297 


10,168 


26,682 


2,120 


8,460 


52 


90,141 


29 


495 


- 


105 


72 


2,049 


13,296 


418 


9,952 


- 


109,785 


30 


5,869 


- 


- 


1,618 


9,985 


26,902 


2,241 


11,831 


42 


107,615 


31 


3,002 


- 


50 


- 


1,772 


22,8.52 


2,173 


13,630 


100 


131,085 


32 


50 


- 


711 


- 


949 


4,785 


- 


6,053 


- 


29,501 


33 


2,906 


- 


30 


4,618 


9,740 


37,022 


48 


23,589 


_ 


168,942 


34 


1,665 


- 


- 


893 


3,473 


20,021 


1,244 


10,605 


172 


85,716 


35 


3,613 


" 


152 


5,428 


18,786 


47,717 


3,301 


18,413 


259 


166,466 


36 


$335,682 


$2,084 


$151,573 


$136,628 


$136,346 


$960,870 


$104,271 


$254,093 


$841 


$3,858,359 


37 


15,004 


878 


1,485 


4,431 


7,924 


66,440 


7,458 


6,738 


50 


246,791 


38 


19,072 


16 


- 


7,181 


8,572 


34,161 


5,308 


7,877 


10 


163,847 


39 


9,054 


24 


240 


3,011 


7,140 


36,961 


5,387 


5,323 


197 


131,453 


40 


14,674 


213 


448 


5,118 


5,529 


35,882 


4,581 


5,293 


- 


143,119 


41 


13,055 


- 


376 


9,287 


10,570 


54,438 


5,179 


11,879 


- 


225,015 


42 


10,946 


- 


16,961 


5,346 


6,153 


60,586 


3,770 


5,632 


- 


228,065 


43 


10,810 


6 


53,046 


22,256 


7,985 


87,565 


9,323 


32,176 


- 


359,948 


44 


1,392 


- 


- 


522 


1,633 


7,986 


1,300 


2,264 


20 


31,071 


45 


14,049 


- 


148 


5,199 


8,148 


39,7.59 


3,186 


11,351 


30 


159,751 


46 


17,935 


6 


3,042 


8,713 


9,474 


66,869 


3,590 


14,767 


88 


239,672 


47 


7,706 


- 


111 


2,461 


4,384 


21,734 


i 2,279 


3,353 


- 


85,035 


48 


8,753 


1 


103 


3,926 


4,299 


28,304 


4,298 


4,936 


_ 


108,769 


49 


9,742 


34 


1,680 


3,780 


2,559 


25,267 


3,548 


5,121 


- 


94,659 


50 


4,691 


- 


30 


3,901 


3,027 


20,.535 


1,182 


5,203 


- 


76,110 


51 


5,427 


- 


24 


215 


555 


5,920 


929 


1,546 


- 


26,997 


52 


7,624 


- 


2,804 


7,211 


9,414 


44,599 


5,168 


19,986 


90 


174,810 


53 


23,706 


- 


22 


1,949 


3,138 


27,433 


3,453 


5,374 


- 


103,212 


54 


10,596 


720 


1,296 


10,090 


6,136 


.5,5,101 


7,804 


17,387 


28 


197,032 


55 


25,709 


- 


14 


2,379 


3,460 


37,969 


3,908 


8,268 


179 


165,438 


56 


10,579 


- 


37 


934 


2,438 


18,731 


3,123 


2,535 


3 


70,744 


57 


12,084 


- 


5 


8,750 


4,014 


47,077 


4,526 


4,966 


- 


177,744 


58 


11,671 


167 


30 


577 


937 


11,6.57 


1,562 


2,619 


5 


45,064 


59 


3,900 


- 


28,457 


10,806 


7,995 


59,056 


3,905 


47,264 


141 


259,899 


60 


43,074 


12 


36 


1,177 


2,677 


20,160 


2,744 


8,030 


- 


109,098 


61 


19,232 


7 


18 


984 


2,984 


12,686 


2,531 


4,380 


_ 


63,837 


62 


5,198 


" 


41,160 


6,424 


5,201 


33,994 


4,229 


9,825 


- 


171,179 


63 


$234,223 


$53 


$137,112 


$172,365 


$156,113 


$931,100 


$112,125 


$434,445 


$5,383 


$3,780,042 


64 


6,799 


- 


44,441 


23,091 


45,.549 


120,352 


6,358 


55,816 


43 


4.57,053 


65 


12,406 


14 


30 


4,374 


2,777 


37,080 


7,417 


7,765 


350 


143,970 


66 


11,872 


- 


- 


8,130 


2,243 


53,723 


10,0.53 


10,413 


55 


180,431 


67 


7,223 


- 


115 


2,428 


3,782 


21,738 


3,2,59 


5,363 


16 


91,523 


68 


8,040 


- 


- 


12,613 


8,980 


48,966 


6,998 


26,452 


20 


182,848 


69 


5,559 


- 


900 


8,023 


4,394 


30,889 


635 


10,977 


3,565 


124,286 


70 


8,544 


- 


821 


3,341 


8,986 


32,550 


7,301 


10,066 


54 


130,441 


71 


17,737 


- 


1,053 


7,432 


5,629 


36,137 


4,194 


10,700 


103 


141,111 


72 


2,126 


- 


6 


1,232 


479 


10,028 


1,.349 


2,064 


- 


28,224 


73 


9,755 


- 


- 


4,876 


3,441 


30,005 


2,328 


13,246 


100 


144,244 


74 


515 


- 


661 


3,157 


2,979 


19,752 


3,421 


5,029 


100 


59,973 


75 


9,320 


- 


- 


12,219 


4,157 


59,202 


5,439 


10,710 


- 


202,012 


76 


35,457 


34 


73 


10,762 


10,631 


81,738 


9,950 


17,819 


54 


289,711 


77 



302 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS 



1893 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 

RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES: PRODUCTS 

— Continued. 





Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 








P 


RODUCTS 












Animal 


Clothhig, 

Needle 
Work, etc. 


Dauy 


Food 


Green- 
nouse 


Hothouse 
aud 


Liquors 
and 


Nursery 


Poultry 






Products 


Products 


Products 


Products 


Hotbed 
Products 


Bever- 
ages 


Products 


Products 




HAxAIPDEN — Con. 




















1 


Montgomery, . 


$1,844 


_ 


$20,286 


$756 


_ 


_ 


$432 


_ 


$2,554 


2 


Palmer, . 


5,930 


_ 


42,396 


2,750 


$591 


$98 


1,211 


- 


9,421 


3 


Russell, . 


1,019 


_ 


7,704 


19 


- 


- 


194 


- 


1,367 


4 


Southwick, 


11,349 


_ 


76,985 


1,551 


1,250 


- 


453 


$1,050 


11,328 


5 


Springfield, 


7,179 


- 


38,757 


1,192 


27,862 


1,436 


1,173 


3,836 


13,041 


6 


Tolland, . 


2,046 


_ 


13,958 


2,246 


- 


- 


460 


- 


1,963 


7 


Wales, . 


3,702 


- 


18,196 


820 


- 


- 


299 


- 


2,847 


8 


Westfleld, 


16,641 


$250 


105,755 


1,194 


250 


405 


979 


9 


13,255 


9 


West Springfield, . 


10,145 


_ 


72,444 


1,298 


1,150 


810 


693 


- 


5,402 


10 


Wilbraham^ . 


7,388 


— 


49,427 


3,531 


~ 


— 


1,870 


~ 


15,797 


n 


HAMPSHIRE. 


$167,783 


$433 


$1,446,270 


$71,259 


$17,,575 


$2,575 


$18,256 


$853 


$154,70* 


12 


Amherst, . 


19,299 


_ 


169,206 


388 


2,500 


905 


1,226 


475 


12,547 


13 


Belcliertown, . 


15,869 


- 


123,147 


10,478 


378 


205 


2,826 


106 


15,621 


14 


Chesterfield, . 


7,158 


- 


39,276 


5,105 


- 


- 


874 


- 


2,796 


15 


Cumniington, . 


3,771 


_ 


46,458 


5.826 


- 


1 


442 


- 


4,253 


16 


Easthampton,. 


6,168 


30 


78,820 


1,971 


1,200 


46 


802 


170 


6,026 


17 


Enfield, . 


3,451 


- 


23,002 


1,977 


- 


4 


278 


- 


3,975 


IS 


Goshen, . 


4,730 


_ 


26,261 


1,427 


- 


- 


614 


- 


2,281 


19 


Granby, . 


11,078 


- 


90,496 


3,736 


- 


14 


917 


- 


6,704 


20 


Greenwich, 


2,236 


20 


20,645 


1,588 


- 


- 


162 


- 


4,123 


21 


Ha die V, . 


16,694 


- 


123,286 


2,089 


- 


127 


648 


20 


15,135 


22 


Hatfield, . 


8,140 


- 


30,951 


3,040 


55 


- 


1,067 


- 


5,737 


23 


Huntington, . 


3,295 


- 


27,550 


2,874 


- 


- 


796 


- 


4,044 


24 


Middlefield, . 


3,216 


- 


27,428 


2,930 


- 


- 


383 


- 


3,122 


25 


Northampton, . 


13,982 


- 


114,714 


3,255 


12,285 


729 


1,482 


82 


13,967 


26 


Pelham, . 


2,922 


51 


11,122 


1,140 


- 


- 


287 


- 


4,285 


27 


Plain field, 


2^677 


30 


37,438 


3,499 


- 


- 


234 


- 


3,129 


28 


Presoott, . 


4,238 


164 


19,006 


1,530 


- 


- 


190 


- 


4,806 


29 


Soutliampton, . 


9,131 


63 


115,113 


2,919 


- 


178 


972 


- 


8,221 


30 


South Hadley, 


8,185 


- 


113,253 


1,557 


- 


60 


1,039 


- 


10,163 


31 


AVare, 


5,871 


75 


63,530 


1,166 


1,157 


306 


1,729 


- 


8,447 


32 


Westhampton, 


4,600 


- 


43,186 


2,,582 


- 


- 


386 


- 


3,700 


33 


Williamsburg, 


6,553 


- 


51,198 


2,591 


- 


- 


581 


- 


6,776 


34 


Worthington, . 


4,519 


— 


51,184 


7,591 


— 


~ 


341 


~ 


5,851 


35 


MIDDLESEX. 


$438,060 


$6,326 


$2,491,831 


$50,923 


$675,874 


$29,071 


$27,681 


$87,989 


$576,906 


36 


Acton, 


15,431 


10 


79,196 


4,433 


_ 


60 


66 


_ 


14,174 


^7 


Arlington, 


7,185 


- 


15,120 


- 


5,850 


- 


- 


- 


2,302 


38 


Ashby, . 


8,276 


174 


45,461 


1,194 


30 


15 


813 


- 


14,053 


39 


Ashland, . 


5,146 


200 


30,451 


490 


- 


21 


96 


- 


9,046 


40 


Ayer, 


1,453 


- 


7,952 


353 


1,300 


170 


76 


- 


3,056 


41 


Bedford, . 


8,329 


- 


62,743 


350 


2,000 


- 


127 


24,000 


7,536 


42 


Belmont, . 


3,340 


_ 


9,148 


680 


15,625 


5,211 


13,922 


1,700 


2,836 


43 


Bill erica, . 


8,063 


100 


76,670 


79 


595 


491 


74 


800 


23,947 


44 


Boxborough, . 


7,897 


- 


40,246 


174 


- 


3 


50 


- 


6,939 


45 


Burlington, 


5,688 


- 


42,257 


- 


1,900 


125 


- 


- 


2,519 


46 


Cambridge, . 


338 


- 


4,084 


- 


101,000 


- 


- 


- 


288 


47 


Curlisle, . 


6,511 


- 


40,752 


595 


- 


120 


52 


- 


7,307 


48 


Chehnsford, . 


12,982 


_ 


62,786 


954 


2,100 


459 


444 


7,000 


27,091 


49 


Concord, . 


28,657 


- 


108,434 


2,337 


4,800 


1,180 


405 


3,050 


13,971 


50 


Dracut, 


13,901 


- 


101,058 


3,677 


500 


120 


842 


- 


17,528 


51 


Dunstable, 


6,042 


- 


39,781 


315 


- 


- 


563 


- 


8,432 


52 


KVERETT, 


450 


_ 


1,835 


_ 


29,025 


360 


- 


2,.500 


473 


53 


Framingham, . 


21,666 


512 


95.910 


3,458 


26,045 


2,632 


.526 


1,180 


26,305 


54 


Groton, . 


13,977 


250 


48,902 


3,923 


2,200 


92 


195 


100 


13,008 


55 


Hoi listen. 


8,691 


2,460 


50,541 


239 


2,391 


2,662 


147 


800 


12,690 


56 


Hopkiiiton, 


10,761 


325 


65,781 


896 


700 


1,193 


720 


- 


17,810 


57 


Hudson, . 


4,510 


- 


27,560 


127 


510 


277 


47 


20 


10,187 


58 


Lexington, 


13,145 


- 


85,186 


750 


5,746 


780 


113 


100 


13,469 


59 


Lincoln, . 


14,359 


- 


69,446 


1,880 


7,550 


338 


58 


- 


16,682 


60 


Littleton,. 


15,827 


- 


86,254 


760 


- 


16 


132 


- 


10,271 


61 


LOWEI.I., . 


1,929 


- 


11,437 


85 


23,026 


431 


28 


575 


6,. 5.33 


62 


Malden, 


799 


- 


2,979 


_ 


59,280 


25 


- 


200 


1,905 


63 


Marlborough, . 


5,455 


505 


52,050 


139 


7,090 


80 


82 


- 


14,251 


64 


Maynard, 


5,349 


- 


26,558 


20 


775 


133 


58 


- 


1,759 


65 


Medford, 


1,.500 


- 


11,946 


8 


23,850 


- 


- 


- 


2,730 


66 


Melrose, . 


504 


- 


549 


- 


15,000 


- 


11 


- 


397 


67 


Natick, . 


13,772 


285 


67,517 


233 


.58,915 


49 


618 


84 


36,867 


68 


Newton, . 


12,1117 


- 


138,133 


270 


41,761 


407 


504 


20 


13,200 


69 


North Reading, 


5,9S1 


1,065 


32,946 


1,380 


- 


96 


678 


200 


16,304 


70 


Pepperell, 


11,746 


- 


61,861 


4,851 


350 


24 


15 


- 


15,720 


71 


Iteading, . 


5,327 


225 


30,717 


895 


4,375 


535 


127 


42,000 


10,.563 


72 


Sherborn, 


15,724 


- 


71,794 


,562 


104 


40 


1,068 


- 


13,787 


73 


Shirley, . 


4,387 


- 


25,009 


361 


300 


- 


77 


- 


8,545 


74 


SOMERVILLE, . 


246 


~ 


10,780 


— 


26,800 


~ 


~ 


~ 


139 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



303 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 

RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES: PRODUCTS 

— Continued. 



Products 



Wood 
Products 



Wooden 
Goods 



Other 
Products 



Cereals 



Fruits, 

Berries, and 

Nuts 



Hay, 


Meats 


Straw, and 


and 


Fodder 


Game 



Vegetables 



Products 

from Mines, 

Quarries, 

Pits, etc. 



Total 
Products 



$6,202 

7,774 

5,996 

17,467 

2,616 

2,855 

7,554 

25,301 

12,166 

10,939 



$176,933 

4,394 

21,820 

10,838 

6,292 

5,914 

1,663 

4,969 

13,470 

1,633 

5,298 

6,413 

9,001 

3,773 

10,812 

12,492 

3,404 

3,327 

15,537 

2,687 

8,476 

9,889 

9,192 

5,639 



$252,920 

4,041 

262 

9,062 

3,926 

1,018 

4,260 

25 

11,800 

2,621 

2,735 

5,409 

9,485 

9,868 

13,341 

5,890 

5,793 

10,521 

4,936 

13,362 

3,534 

2,411 

8,744 

6,786 

1,363 

40 

8,619 

1,185 

1,024 

75 

4,864 

2,406 

10,953 

6,116 

3,903 

5.278 

4,348 



$5 



$419 



20 

7 

105 



38 



210 
25 

14 



12,946 

1,000 

67 



1,800 



18 



$26,423 
293 

80 

57,484 
4,650 

82 



$268,620 

5,173 

305 

17 

12 

2,210 



24 

78,973 
158,392 



10,781 

33 

3 

27 

10,177 

380 

2 

857 
1,254 



$22,257 

.30 

1,600 

200 
5 

180 

600 

5 



205 

304 

14,408 

1 



768 



$962 

5,522 

550 

9,957 

7,955 

827 

1,326 

22,(108 

10,314 

11,266 



$152,948 

16,662 

11,380 

2,230 

2,484 

6,839 

3,320 

563 

8,346 

2,006 

31,831 

13.294 

2,248 

929 

13,890 

1,.599 

1,514 

1,885 

7,618 

8,261 

6,921 

2,301 

2,842 

3,985 



$81,934 

1,503 

3,513 

2,132 

785 

262 

3 

1,324 

1,267 



959 
1,197 
1,098 
1,737 
2,322 

11,805 
3,847 
1,670 
3,(;93 
1,222 
646 
1,301 
2,198 



255 


- 


45 


- 


- 


4,422 


- 


265 


- 


14 


90 


_ 


10 


2,402 


227 


495 


- 


1,485 


200 


4,125 


- 


762 


- 


3,506 


- 


2,415 



$2,307 
4,317 
1,330 
5,443 
9,657 
1,227 
892 
9,726 
9,476 
7,711 



$108,689 

6,842 
9,471 
2,898 
2,561 
5,951 
3,471 
1,850 
5,824 
1,524 

10,238 
2,962 
2,599 
2,182 
9,450 
1,075 
1,103 
1,407 
7,377 

13,044 
4,625 
2,956 
6,610 
2,669 



$406,166 

11,789 
2,264 
6,864 
2,107 
278 
4,665 

36,359 

24,343 

2,788 

4,684 

646 

3,749 

12,460 

24,489 
6,867 
1,165 
697 
9,795 
6,520 
4,294 
4,495 
7,803 
5,399 

18,220 

12,819 

2,485 

162 

11,279 

3,430 

1,.365 

187 

5,556 

15,351 
7,862 
3,333 
7,484 

16,176 
4,014 



$12,336 


$3,375 


40,387 


3,546 


9,303 


1,124 


42,535 


5,247 


26,609 


6,078 


14,.586 


2,324 


18,820 


2,547 


87,048 


10,746 


52,151 


3,802 


45,165 


4,634 


$1,012,963 


$98,012 


94,322 


7,245 


81,523 


9,655 


27,3:^8 


4,610 


24,911 


4,975 


54,990 


3,440 


18,707 


2,638 


16,521 


2,786 


47,298 


7,584 


13,553 


1,157 


89,252 


3,558 


41,468 


4,104 


21,362 


3,008 


20,980 


2,943 


115,393 


6,017 


17,552 


1,865 


18,600 


4,287 


20,681 


2,504 


63,500 


6,718 


77,711 


3,.S37 


40,656 


3,262 


25,344 


2,364 


47,640 


4,785 


33,661 


5,170 



$1,900,163 

55,563 
3,250 
34,335 
27,947 
7,852 
41,184 
10,375 
65,344 
23,604 
16,151 
145 
29,458 
62,439 
77,260 
73,266 
31,803 
1,894 
95,2.32 
71,836 
40,975 
44,773 
23,039 
55,404 
51,199 
71,899 
13,,589 
2,123 
39,695 
18,616 
6,714 
2,945 
38,135 
40,822 
22,251 
61,9.36 
19,865 
49,158 
24,725 



$117,004 

931 

2,055 

4,094 

1,516 

106 

1,004 

4,.5,53 

2,634 

395 

858 

466 

406 

3,417 

4,684 

11,525 

1,411 

3,981 

4,785 

1,663 

2,447 

1,539 

4,993 

5,623 

1,339 

350 

795 

3,121 

488 

600 
1,525 
1,978 
1,913 
3,308 
1,,5,52 
2,801 
1,180 



$3,203 

11,345 

2,268 

17,409 

29,305 

3,968 

4,732 

27„511 

131.056 

17,228 



$265,956 

19,301 

21,931 

3,904 

3,882 

12,715 

4,334 

2,472 

14,882 

3,456 

39,643 

29,240 

4,.540 

5,784 

27,971 

3,510 

2,084 

3,357 

1,5,212 

20,305 

13,342 

3,832 

7,274 

3,485 



$1,934,258 

18,363 

334,899 

10,384 

5,410 

2,5,59 

25,073 

186,276 

40,767 

3,678 
56,9,59 

7,985 

6,362 

33,829 

lll>,901 

42,662 

6,489 

5,760 
31,064 
13,848 

9,130 
12,848 
11,429 
74, .546 
50,038 

9,765 
16,782 

1,262 
20,501 

5,182 
28,515 
10,080 
13,012 
37,323 
13,.335 

8,701 
17,725 
13,701 

5,684 
50 



$283 

25 
447 



13 

40 
115 



$3,978 

80 
191 



62 

55 

10 

225 

2,796 



50 

198 

28 

11 

130 

142 



$72,690 

77 

460 

2 

2,900 

150 

65 

20 
15 

2,375 
228 
901 

1,027 
170 

7,965 

744 

214 

68 

57 

393 

8,050 

125 

4 

219 

9,000 

779 

35 

2,784 

1,125 

21,654 

185 

23 

450 

282 

30 

7,900 



$.54,257 
135, ,571 

30,874 
228,472 
177,436 
46,540 
61,735 
378,575 
315,,597 
175,158 



$3,968,231 

360,, 565 

324,926 

107,051 

105,973 

187,354 

66,820 

64,474 

210,428 

52,141 

416,802 

304,863 

81,542 

73,670 

356,816 

57,958 

78,002 

63,186 

262,934 

260,010 

159,576 

101,607 

147,438 

124,095 



$9,174,999 

206,667 

375,247 

138,337 

91,.588 

27,113 

181,598 

290,239 

257,659 

89,689 

133,876 

117,327 

102.121 

237,848 

406,.569 

288,995 

104,213 

.50,959 

336,674 

194,218 

143,357 

179,861 

92,202 

270,738 

246,331 

218,070 

79,087 

78,615 

168,068 

63,853 

77,666 

33,222 

244,970 

326,658 

116,634 

182,309 

152,.505 

193,981 

81,075 

45,915 



304 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY 



RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES 

— Continued. 



Continued. 

PRODUCTS 





Counties, Cities, 
AND Towns. 


Prodcots 




Animal 


Clothing, 

Needle 

Work, etc. 


Dairy 


Food 


Green- 


Hothouse 
and 


Liquors 
and 


Nursery 


Poultry 






Products 


Products 


Products 


Products 


Hotljed 
Products 


Bever- 
ages 


Products 


Products 




MIDDLESEX-Con 




















1 


Stoneham, 


$2,604 


_ 


$25,078 


_ 


$21,770 


_ 


_ 


_ 


$2,818 


Q 


8to\v, 


6,2.50 


- 


.51,810 


$15 


465 


$215 


$132 


- 


6,611 


3 


Sudbury, . 


18,726 


- 


72,499 


1,471 


13,430 


446 


248 


- 


12,237 


4 


Tewksbury, . 


11,146 


- 


45,072 


3,013 


18,175 


2,507 


150 


- 


16,212 


5 


Townsencl, 


5,4.54 


- 


26,895 


73 


- 


- 


18 


- 


1,787 


6 


Tyngsborough, 


4,400 


- 


28,018 


1,078 


- 


- 


271 


- 


9,110 


7 


Wakefield, 


2,440 


- 


21,100 


- 


13,479 


155 


- 


- 


5,726 


8 


Waltiiam, 


13,777 


_ 


85,741 


4,242 


28,800 


1,575 


136 


$3,030 


13,019 


9 


Watertown, . 


1,769 


- 


19,875 


- 


27,800 


316 


- 


- 


2,071 


10 


Way land. 


10,362 


$200 


58,892 


495 


5,000 


10 


2.55 


- 


16,537 


H 


Westford, 


7,014 


- 


51,788 


211 


222 


203 


3,266 


- 


20,676 


12 


Weston, . 


14,395 


- 


84,836 


2,772 


4,600 


397 


381 


630 


18,792 


13 


Wilmington, . 


3,919 


15 


18,215 


1,083 


2,715 


268 


90 


- 


8,739 


14 


Winchester, . 


3,916 


_ 


29,576 


- 


33,800 


344 


- 


- 


2,599 


15 


WOBURN, 


4,431 


- 


24,606 


2 


34,125 


4,490 


— 


- 


15,352 


16 


NANTUCKET. 


$5,497 


$350 


$48,020 


$192 


$585 


$45 


- 


- 


$21,007 


17 


Nantucket, 


5,497 


350 


48,020 


192 


585 


45 


- 


- 


21,007 


18 


NORFOLK. 


$149,193 


$1,680 


$992,633 


$11,817 


$208,601 


$8,845 


$1,337 


$14,013 


$245,633 


19 


Avon, 


2,2.55 


_ 


1.5,108 


_ 


500 


_ 


_ 


_ 


.5,635 


20 


Belliugham, . 


5,125 


_ 


43,620 


535 


- 


4 


416 


_ 


7,.5.52 


21 


Braintree, 


8,095 


- 


45,8.54 


- 


4,730 


- 


- 


_ 


15,767 


22 


Brookline, 


3,386 


- 


52,846 


95 


39,405 


305 


54 


- 


1,761 


23 


Canton, . 


5,075 


200 


27,823 


6 


5,000 


3 


7 


_ 


4,963 


24 


Cohasset, . 


1,2.59 


- 


9,159 


- 


4,,5()0 


- 


- 


2,450 


4,403 


25 


Dedliam, . 


13,371 


400 


118,844 


7,249 


8,720 


173 


95 


- 


18,800 


26 


Dover, 


9,549 


- 


51,930 


650 


6,900 


- 


17 


- 


17,469 


27 


Foxborough, . 


5,728 


310 


32,922 


275 


9,225 


793 


40 


_ 


10,979 


28 


Franklin,. 


10,046 


- 


40.832 


347 


425 


389 


210 


100 


7,621 


29 


Holbrook, 


2,759 


- 


10,704 


- 


1,800 


- 


- 


- 


8,318 


30 


Hyde Park, . 


60 


- 


610 


- 


8,806 


175 


- 


- 


248 


31 


Medfield,. 


4,929 • 


- 


26,189 


83 


1,100 


33 


35 


- 


4,228 


32 


Med way, . 


4,410 


- 


27,869 


348 


2,150 


117 


70 


- 


6,969 


33 


Millis, 


4,713 


- 


26,718 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,867 


34 


Milton, . 


5,306 


_ 


70,102 


775 


21,900 


12 


6 


300 


4,204 


35 


Needham, 


11,692 


600 


67,731 


- 


19,450 


140 


_ 


2,940 


22,733 


36 


Norfolk, . 


5,101 


- 


21,895 


856 


400 


274 


14 


- 


7,719 


37 


Norwood, 


4,165 


- 


22,124 


- 


3,7,50 


1.55 


48 


5,000 


4,351 


38 


QOINCY, . 


2,656 


- 


41,432 


- 


4,600 


100 


8 


1,650 


2,304 


39 


Randolph, 


2,745 


- 


17,,520 


- 


18,1.50 


225 


- 


- 


1,5.55 


40 


Sharon, . 


5,552 


- 


28,446 


80 


5,300 


5,190 


- 


- 


6,769 


41 


Stoughton, 


3,269 


170 


.34,974 


110 


8,815 


47 


74 


_ 


12,312 


42 


Walpole, . 


8,062 


- 


45,679 


110 


- 


60 


23 


110 


12,.523 


43 


Wellesley, 


7,088 


- 


30,016 


251 


23,400 


- 


42 


1,463 


5,.500 


44 


Weymouth, 


5,370 


- 


43,250 


- 


8,375 


150 


- 


_ 


19,389 


45 


Wrentham, 


7,427 


- 


.38,436 


32 


1,200 


500 


178 


- 


27,694 


46 


PLYMOUTH. 


$111,509 


$1,540 


$731,869 


$23,437 


$28,845 


$1,877 


$3,830 


$21,696 


$317,447 


47 


Abington, 


2,.535 


_ 


23,763 


2,100 


925 


30 


_ 


3,450 


8,927 


48 


Bridgewater, . 


5,6.53 


- 


45,294 


- 


- 


- 


- 


500 


15,593 


49 


15KOCKTON, . 


5,683 


- 


69,379 


94 


1,850 


- 


3 


- 


8,968 


50 


Carver, . 


2,998 


- 


7,417 


1,810 


- 


30 


91 


212 


4,921 


51 


Duxbury, 


6,024 


1,500 


21.873 


4,090 


725 


- 


15 


- 


11,490 


52 


Fast Bridgewater, . 


5,316 


- 


43,125 


- 


1,390 


105 


- 


- 


20,589 


53 


Halifax, . 


3,088 


- 


15,344 


12 


- 


- 


60 


_ 


28,881 


54 


Hanover,. 


4,7.50 


- 


29,813 


200 


275 


100 


142 


270 


11,216 


55 


Hanson, . 


4,751 


_ 


22,.590 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




22,770 


56 


Hingham, 


5,604 


_ 


70,3.53 


65 


2,825 


169 


8 


185 


13,539 


57 


Hull, 


732 


- 


9,684 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,52 


58 


Kingston, 


5,028 


40 


18,368 


756 


200 


28 


21 


_ 


7,746 


59 


Lakeville, 


3,244 


_ 


23,467 


1,090 


- 


- 


278 


500 


18,766 


60 


Marion, . 


2,315 


_ 


11,015 


920 


400 


- 


2 


_ 


6,719 


61 


Marshlield, 


8,7.54 


_ 


31,763 


2,984 


600 


130 


10 


9 


13,868 


62 


iMattapoisett, . 


5,215 


_ 


18,007 


661 


- 


4 


51 


_ 


17,216 


63 


Middleborough, . 


6,4S2 


- 


28,392 


3,657 


1,825 


100 


20 


_ 


16,248 


64 


Norwcll, . 


1,665 


- 


9,004 


450 


- 


- 


- 


1,300 


16,519 


6,5 


Pembroke, 


2,622 


_ 


16,161 


,590 


400 


75 


13 


_ 


13,.527 


66 


Plymouth, 


4,349 


_ 


17,0.59 


610 


430 


137 


_ 


4,600 


7,001 


67 


I'lympton, 


1,737 


_ 


,5,401 


1,59 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


5.706 


68 


Rochester, 


6,195 


- 


35,118 


2,145 


- 


399 


307 


_ 


16,230 


69 


Rockland, 


1,605 


- 


16,125 


_ 


3,275 


- 


_ 


150 


4,643 


70 


Scituate, . 


3,485 


- 


19,869 


- 


1,125 


180 


- 


_ 


9,872 


71 


Wareham, 


792 


- 


3,846 


1,012 


- 


- 


2,802 


- 


1,904 


72 


West Bridgewater, 


8,377 


- 


91,575 


42 


2,050 


390 


7 


- 


9,908 


73 


Whitman, 


2,.570 


~ 


28,064 


~ 


10,550 


~ 


~ 


10,520 


4,223 



PKODUOTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



305 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 

RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES: PRODUCTS 

— Continued. 



PROOnCTS 


Total 
Products 




Wood 
Products 


Wooden 
Goods 


Otlicr 
Products 


Cereals 


Fruits, 
Berries, and 

Nuts 


Hay, 

Straw, and 

Fodder 


Meats 

and 

Game 


Vegetables 


Products 

from Mines, 

Quarries, 

Pits, etc. 




$20 








$100 


$6,308 


$287 


$10,882 




$69,867 


1 


6,466 


_ 


- 


$1,376 


10,899 


35,212 


784 


11,254 


$37 


131,526 


2 


9,073 


$32 


$640 


2,497 


8,012 


64,266 


1,824 


59,042 


140 


264,583 


3 


6,757 


- 


- 


1,770 


9,264 


55,164 


5,157 


76,623 


267 


251,277 


4 


3,273 


- 


- 


30 


7,180 


78,733 


- 


15,242 


- 


138,685 


5 


3,129 


- 


_ 


1,649 


2,060 


26,937 


1,210 


9,484 


90 


87,436 


6 


177 


- 


- 


- 


194 


9,160 


238 


2,909 


78 


55,6,56 


7 


2,638 


- 


130 


867 


6,584 


44,628 


6,643 


41,094 


836 


2.53,740 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,899 


9,725 


1,580 


125,346 


300 


195,681 


9 


4,171 


- 


500 


3,181 


4,772 


51,682 


2,495 


20,790 


20 


179,362 


10 


10,050 


- 


8 


2,929 


29,879 


64,678 


1,696 


18,836 


- 


211,456 


11 


5,418 


- 


1,259 


2,395 


11,170 


66,361 


5,2.54 


26,985 


59 


245,704 


12 


9,999 


- 


15 


775 


9,771 


15,829 


2,641 


10,282 


387 


84,743 


13 


930 


- 


497 


- 


1,823 


6,119 


130 


114,302 


- 


194,036 


14 


815 


- 


67 


90 


3,316 


8,560 


1,029 


88,310 


- 


185,193 


15 


$20 


- 


$1,242 


$2,613 


$1,947 


$34,833 


$4,852 


$22,518 


$350 


$144,071 


16 


20 


- 


1,242 


2,613 


1,947 


34,833 


4,852 


22,518 


350 


144,071 


17 


$117,648 


$281 


$623 


$15,526 


$58,697 


$654,143 


$95,389 


$268,885 


$12,573 


$2,857,517 


18 


1,711 


_ 


_ 


60 


674 


13,400 


3,565 


4,741 


. 


47,649 


19 


11,890 


- 


- 


1,828 


804 


23,863 


769 


9,693 


- 


105,599 


20 


3,668 


_ 


- 


- 


4,622 


25,859 


35,684 


23,137 


- 


167,416 


21 


548 


- 


300 


20 


4,808 


12,528 


- 


11,758 


245 


128,059 


22 


3,904 


_ 


_ 


150 


634 


34,602 


2,703 


.5,422 


- 


90,492 


23 


1,227 


- 


286 


- 


58 


8,971 


598 


6,447 


- 


39,358 


24 


6,765 


- 


_ 


553 


1,559 


64,028 


1,539 


19,572 


150 


260,818 


25 


4,667 


- 


- 


1,045 


411 


41,357 


2,163 


11,488 


- 


147,646 


26 


4,977 


156 


f 
i 


554 


4,535 


23,390 


1,494 


9,669 


28 


105,082 


27 


11,637 


- 


- 


4,258 


6,227 


35,499 


1,550 


11,065 


532 


130,738 


28 


4,820 


- 


- 


- 


312 


12,042 


9,371 


4,499 


- 


54,625 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


237 


10 


- 


558 


- 


10,704 


30 


3,352 


_ 


_ 


770 


1,034 


21,430 


774 


5,019 


120 


69,096 


31 


3,249 


- 


- 


948 


1,525 


21,292 


760 


7,566 


14 


77,287 


32 


6,043 


- 


- 


673 


336 


27,129 


731 


4,140 


2 


74,367 


33 


575 


- 


_ 


25 


2,085 


21,664 


821 


6,892 


- 


134,667 


34 


2,397 


- 


30 


903 


1,732 


47,775 


9,450 


31,431 


- 


219,004 


35 


5,607 


_ 


_ 


850 


966 


21,239 


1,134 


6,733 


1 


72,789 


36 


2,554 


- 


- 


405 


722 


23,996 


703 


6,777 


280 


75,030 


37 


105 


- 


_ 


4 


1,368 


13,035 


344 


9,281 


120 


77,007 


38 


852 


- 


- 


60 


240 


9,619 


6,200 


5,479 


- 


62,645 


39 


6,860 


- 


_ 


268 


7,670 


18,649 


871 


15,210 


- 


100,865 


40 


7,764 


125 


- 


288 


7,382 


25,149 


763 


7,824 


8,010 


117,076 


41 


7,565 


_ 


_ 


144 


3,010 


34,227 


2,824 


12,470 


16 


126,823 


42 


1,928 


- 


- 


1,027 


1,527 


16,870 


1,315 


4,953 


159 


95,539 


43 


4,149 


- 


- 


53 


2,251 


27,501 


7,318 


18,012 


96 


135,914 


44 


10,334 


- 


- 


640 


1,968 


29.019 


1,945 


9,049 


2,800 


131,222 


45 


$224,987 


$4,503 


$7,699 


$20,887 


$694,984 


$626,762 


$45,432 


$366,382 


$7,277 


$3,241,023 


46 


4,883 


_ 


_ 


— 


916 


14,925 


1,335 


9,040 


_ 


72,829 


47 


11,858 


16 


- 


1,754 


2,413 


44,905 


4,534 


26,293 


205 


159,022 


48 


7,952 


- 


- 


79 


5,845 


30,450 


581 


12,286 


- 


143,170 


49 


11,095 


- 


- 


326 


227,712 


9,671 


792 


5,433 


- 


272,508 


50 


12,445 


- 


267 


927 


26,155 


24,006 


1,472 


11,433 


6.54 


123,076 


51 


7,835 


- 


- 


963 


2,119 


33,571 


2,038 


21,992 


- 


139,043 


52 


11.112 


- 


402 


1,404 


8,021 


28,699 


2,001 


18,627 


- 


117,651 


53 


19,293 


- 


- 


194 


7,179 


24,427 


2,089 


8,462 


- 


108,410 


54 


8,052 


- 


60 


773 


18,200 


34,385 


3,353 


1.5,441 


- 


130,375 


55 


7,259 


- 


387 


662 


5,915 


41,409 


3,919 


24,925 


5,850 


183,064 


56 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,310 


95 


415 


- 


13,688 


57 


5,507 


13 


- 


629 


9,258 


17,060 


1,385 


6,622 


117 


72,778 


58 


13,617 


1,075 


- 


2,722 


13,483 


23,242 


2,598 


9,270 


14 


113,366 


59 


13.546 


- 


- 


236 


4,068 


8,825 


1,160 


3,380 


1 


52,587 


60 


5,216 


- 


839 


2,183 


7,260 


38,628 


1,446 


13,176 


200 


127,066 


61 


8,201 


- 


148 


910 


4,096 


21,,524 


2,707 


6,466 


12 


85,218 


62 


18,738 


- 


- 


834 


28,908 


41,107 


1,657 


20,,597 


1 


168,566 


63 


4,694 


- 


491 


467 


2,159 


10,679 


1,192 


19,708 


9 


68,337 


64 


5,790 


- 


- 


449 


1,592 


11,862 


1,291 


6,482 


95 


60,949 


65 


4,461 


- 


102 


501 


91,852 


14,139 


910 


7,720 


90 


153,961 


66 


4,944 


- 


- 


127 


15,311 


10,596 


501 


5,009 


- 


49,491 


67 


19,270 


- 


- 


2,470 


58,071 


29,685 


2,402 


17,245 


- 


189,537 


68 


1,884 


- 


- 


- 


170 


10,966 


538 


6,473 


- 


45,829 


69 


3,661 


- 


4,997 


716 


10,030 


22,107 


2,305 


39,091 


29 


117,467 


70 


3,398 


3,400 


6 


68 


137,885 


7,778 


322 


2,178 


- 


165,391 


71 


8,655 


- 


- 


1,493 


5,700 


51,956 


2,159 


44,657 


- 


226,969 


72 


1,621 




" 


" 


666 


17,850 


650 


3,961 


" 


80,675 


73 



3()G 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS — 1895. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 

RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES: PRODUCTS 

— Concluded. 









Products 




COUKTIES, CITIKS, 




Clothing, 

Needle 
Work, etc. 






Green- 
house 


Hothouse 


Liquors 








AND Towns. 


Animal 


Dairy 


Food 


and 


and 


Nursery 


Poultry 






Products 


Products 


Products 


Products 


Hotbed 
Products 


Bever- 
ages 


Products 


Products 


1 


SUFFOLK. 


$19,871 


- 


$136,563 


$10,050 


$301,795 


$1,280 


$4,000 


$7,890 


$8,680 


2 


Boston, . 


17,769 


_ 


128,682 


10,050 


292,590 


965 


4,000 


7,890 


6,209 


S 


CHELSEA, 


493 


- 


2,885 


- 


7,925 


- 


- 


- 


722 


4 


Revere, . 


1,425 


_ 


2,789 


- 


230 


- 


- 


- 


1,126 


5 


Wintbrop, 


184 


- 


2,207 


- 


1,050 


315 


-■ 


— 


623 


6 


WORCESTER. 


$526,855 


$6,773 


$3,320,915 


$86,792 


$121,115 


$11,856 


$27,763 


$6,760 


$677,286 


1 


Asliburnham, . 


3,828 


_ 


28,345 


401 


_ 


_ 


72 


_ 


5,207 


8 


Athol, 




5,957 


152 


48,285 


1,003 


550 


146 


7.50 


- 


13,540 


9 


Auburn, . 




6,123 


- 


58,673 


2,975 


50 


2,795 


339 


- 


9,647 


10 


Barre, 




15,001 


99 


93,018 


1,444 


175 


95 


664 


- 


10,575 


11 


Berlin, . 




11,201 


576 


36,113 


702 


2,984 


580 


18 


- 


16,343 


12 


Blackstone, 




5,620 


103 


35,384 


523 


2,100 


805 


546 


50 


17,298 


13 


Bolton, . 




18,340 


_ 


58,861 


436 


201 


143 


20 


- 


19,056 


14 


Boylston, 




9,111 


- 


65,164 


83 


- 


- 


205 


- 


10,302 


15 


Brookfleld, 




7,.596 


590 


41,558 


1,263 


- 


167 


379 


- 


9,993 


16 


Charlton, . 




18,380 


- 


111,086 


2,101 


- 


- 


486 


- 


20,623 


17 


Clinton, . 




3,806 


- 


14,557 


43 


7,400 


255 


- 


- 


8,435 


IS 


Dana, 




1,732 


80 


15,643 


667 


12 


- 


270 


_ 


4,013 


19 


Douglas, . 
Dudley, . 




3,289 


- 


16,464 


843 


- 


172 


817 


- 


8,946 


20 




11,021 


- 


86,792 


2,477 


- 


- 


547 


- 


9,751 


21 


FiTCHBORG, . 




5,339 


- 


59,887 


455 


7,150 


146 


325 


- 


9,028 


22 


Gardner, . 




6,131 


_ 


45,990 


751 


4,000 


3 


226 


- 


5.910 


23 


Grafton, . 




12,428 


75 


80,995 


3,370 


4,249 


485 


2,948 


- 


16,039 


24 


Hardwick, 




13,457 


20 


89,399 


3,668 


- 


30 


1,530 


- 


7,121 


25 


Harvard, . 




24,316 


200 


76,883 


1,977 


225 


33 


127 


10 


13,563 


26 


Holden, . 




8,549 


- 


67,135 


202 


460 


175 


604 


- 


1.5,851 


27 


Hopedale, 
Hubbardston, 




1,185 


- 


10,060 


- 


- 


- 


77 


- 


2,626 


28 




10,884 


150 


56,149 


2,003 


- 


6 


391 


- 


15,808 


29 


Lancaster, 




16,122 


- 


41,780 


630 


12,600 


150 


29 


- 


23,608 


30 


Leicester, 




7,403 


- 


54,418 


616 


3,400 


82 


114 


- 


8,851 


31 


Leominster, 




9,385 


100 


61,985 


- 


8,120 


- 


- 


- 


1,762 


32 


Lunenburg, 




10,322 


- 


76,547 


3,977 


1,000 


168 


755 


475 


21,788 


33 


Mendon, . 




8,015 


50 


40,261 


126 


- 


- 


125 


- 


16,740 


34 


Milford, . 




2,787 


1,330 


29,660 


28 


- 


350 


.542 


- 


4,566 


35 


Millbury, . 




8,153 


- 


61,552 


2,666 


31 


48 


865 


- 


6,877 


36 


New Braintree, 


10,634 


- 


62,386 


3,063 


- 


- 


570 


- 


4,779 


37 


Northborough, 


12,264 


25 


46,687 


110 


100 


20 


6 


- 


18,661 


38 


Northbrldge, . 


3,500 


- 


38,521 


813 


6,475 


212 


81 


- 


5,830 


39 


North Brookfield, . 


8,725 


150 


64,595 


1,330 


- 


- 


424 


- 


6,584 


40 


Oakham, . 


3,509 


169 


28,308 


689 


- 


2 


264 


- 


6,488 


41 


Oxford, . 




6,694 


_ 


35,345 


1,450 


- 


- 


593 


_ 


9,195 


42 


Paxton, . 




3,058 


- 


24,604 


433 


- 


25 


10 


- 


6,390 


43 


Petersham, 




4,396 


124 


28,861 


1,330 


- 


210 


821 


- 


7,891 


44 


Phillipston, 




4,053 


6 


24,389 


1,297 


- 


180 


459 


- 


4,907 


45 


Princeton, 




9,750 


454 


60,172 


2,291 


100 


8 


469 


35 


12,007 


46 


Royalston, 




5,166 


15 


34,966 


1,408 


- 


- 


573 


2 


7,573 


47 


Rutland, . 




6,052 


- 


50,959 


1,453 


- 


- 


83 


- 


10,114 


48 


Shrewsbury, 




18,548 


- 


89,880 


3,093 


2,250 


171 


458 


- 


19,206 


49 


Southborough 




10,453 


- 


88,598 


2,505 


5,000 


265 


674 


- 


19,166 


50 


Southbridge, 




6.726 


- 


41,953 


1,017 


1,500 


800 


420 


- 


6,963 


51 


Spencer, . 




13,250 


- 


93,901 


1,946 


1,400 


346 


517 


- 


17,.'>48 


52 


Sterling, . 




21,022 


- 


100,100 


4,029 


- 


66 


1,135 


- 


24,704 


53 


Sturbridge, 




6,993 


- 


45,812 


1,635 


- 


- 


572 


- 


7,871 


54 


Sutton, 




9,367 


- 


61,211 


1,707 


- 


- 


1,066 


- 


16,813 


65 


Templeton, 




5,725 


- 


36,148 


.538 


- 


118 


301 


- 


6,763 


56 


Upton, 




4,922 


400 


35,673 


2,364 


225 


275 


177 


- 


11,777 


57 


Uxbridge, 




6,175 


- 


92,652 


4,823 


- 


250 


816 


- 


18,654 


58 


Warren, . 




11,908 


- 


72.999 


3,229 


- 


26 


757 


- 


6,750 


59 


Webster, . 




2,049 


- 


21,204 


515 


2,635 


137 


623 


63 


3,921 


60 


AVestborough, 


13,829 


- 


83,931 


1,335 


1.755 


80 


35 


- 


15.564 


61 


AVest Boyltiton, 


7,171 


- 


58,643 


323 


3,005 


550 


312 


- 


8.298 


62 


West Brooklleld, . 


8,341 


1,905 


43,380 


2,413 


500 


27 


221 


- 


5,270 


63 


Westminster, . 


8,243 


- 


45.336 


1,499 


- 


184 


567 


- 


19.445 


64 


Winchendon, . 


3,941 


- 


32,060 


386 


1,700 


88 


247 


- 


5,496 


65 


Worcester, . 


24,910 


~ 


214,997 


2,278 


39,773 


992 


752 


6,125 


29,892 



PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY BY TOWNS. 



30^ 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROPERTY — Continued. 

RECAPITULATION OF CITY AND TOWN AGGREGATES: PRODUCTS 

— Concluded. 



Products | 


Total 

PROOnCTS 




Wood 
Products 


Wooden 
Goods 


Other 
Products 


Cereals 


Fruits, 
Berries, and 

Nuts 


Hay, 

Straw, and 

Fodder 


Meats 

and 

Game 


Vegetables 


Products 

from Mines, 

Quarries, 

Pits, etc. 




$5,561 


- 


$3,848 


$363 


$25,334 


$56,369 


$11,754 


$138,283 


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7,971 


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$9,647,216 


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3,442 


31,525 


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160,732 


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4,361 


6,471 


40,478 


3,121 


25,391 


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168,821 


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17,769 


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5,269 


8,864 


91,298 


5,710 


15,430 


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265,411 


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4,277 


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124,578 


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1,346 


3,965 


26,924 


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15,592 


245 


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3,424 


4,675 


45,136 


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8,130 


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4,127 


46,846 


2,746 


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160,603 


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60 


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4,141 


1,974 


41,291 


6,964 


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59 


161,940 


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7,485 


4,308 


90,889 


6,995 


15,727 


20 


289,375 


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545 


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54,008 


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1,5,183 


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12 


51,403 


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1,822 


20,649 


3,394 


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53 


81,633 


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3,175 


51,102 


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10,233 


141 


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114,6,56 


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33 


236,263 


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195 


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11,559 


72,597 


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62 


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5,559 


16,067 


61,390 


1,399 


12,279 


62 


223,121 


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2,479 


2,604 


41,455 


3,914 


11,288 


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165,516 


26 


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657 


315 


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79 


1,948 


970 


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27 


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3,299 


8,427 


21 


172,073 


28 


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3,849 


49,283 


1,580 


15,046 


830 


179,871 


29 


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1,852 


1,731 


56,154 


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2,407 


102,082 


362 


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243,568 


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17,971 


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20 


5,213 


19,347 


66,656 


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22,466 


90 


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5,317 






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3