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BULLETINS 



OF THE 



TWELFTH CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES 



ISSUED FROM OCTOBER 6 1900, TO 
MARCH 6 1901, NUMBER 4 TO 60 




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' Bulletin No. 

on of New Hampshire, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 4 

on of Alabama, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions _ ._ 5 

on of Arizona, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 6 

on of Arkansas, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions .. 7 

on of Delaware, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions, and of the District of Columbia 8 

on of Connecticut, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions . , 9 

on of California, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions.. ._ 10 

on of Cities having 25,000 inhabitants or more in 1900.. 11 

on of Vermont, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions , _ _ 12 

on of Massachusetts, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 13 

on of Colorado, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions. 14 

on of Hawaii, by Islands and Districts _ _. 15 

on of Florida, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions _ 16 

c Animals in Barns and Enclosures, not on Farms or Ranges 17 

on of Idaho, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 18 

on of Georgia, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 19 

on of States and Territories by Counties >....'.. 20 

on of Illinois, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions, r^ 21 

on of Indiana, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 22 

on of Iowa, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 23 

on of Kansas, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 24 

on of Kentucky, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 25 

on of Louisiana, by Parishes and Minor Civil Divisions — 26 



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on of Maine, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of Maryland, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of Michigan, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 2^ 

on of Minnesota, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 30 

on of Mississippi, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 31 

on of Missouri, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 32 

on of Montana, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 33 

on of Nebraska, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions .__ 34 

on of Nevada, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 35 

on of New Jersey, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 36 

on of New Mexico, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 37 

on of New York, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 38 

on of North Carolina, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 39 

on of North Dakota, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 40 

on of Ohio, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 41 

on of Oklahoma, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 42 

on of Oregon, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions ' --- 43 

on of Pennsylvania, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions -- 44 

on of Rhode Island, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions '- 45 

on of South Carolina, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 46 

on of South Dakota, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 47 

on of Tennessee, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of Texas, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of Utah, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of Virginia, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of Washington, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of West Virginia, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 53 

on of Wisconsin, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of Wyoming, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

on of Indian Territory, by Nations and Reservations 



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Area in Square Miles of States, Territories, and Counties ^ 

Manufactures, Cotton Ginning 

Manufacture of Beet Sugar "-" 

Population of Alaska, by Districts and Minor Civil Divisions " 



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* Bulletins 1, 2, and S were issued for routine official requirements, and are not available for general distribution. 



CENSUS BELETIKS, ARRANGED DNDER DIVISIONS PREPARING THEI. 

Bulletin No. 

Agriculture, Division of — 

Domestic Animals in Barns and Enclosures, not on Farms or Ranges 1''' 

Geographer's Division — 

Area in Square Miles of States, Territories, and Counties - ^'^ 

Manufactures, Division of — 

Beet Sugar, Manufacture of.. -- 59- 

Cotton Ginning _ _ 58 

Population, Division of — 

Alabama, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions --- 5 

Alaska, Population of, by Districts and Minor Civil Divisions 60 

Arizona, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 6 

Arkansas, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 7 

California, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 10 

Cities having 25,000 inhabitants or more in 1900, Population of _ 11 

Colorado, Population of, by Counties and Minor pivil Divisions __ 14 

Connecticut, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions - 9 

Counties, Population of States and Territories by 20 

Delaware, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 8 

District of Columbia, Population of 8 

. Florida, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 16 

Georgia, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 19 

Hawaii, Population of, by Islands and Districts _ 15 

Idaho, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 18 

Illinois, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 21 

Indiana, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 22 

Indian Territory, Population of, by Nations and Reservations 56 

Iowa, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 23 

Kansas, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 24 

Kentucky, Poptilation of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 25 

Louisiana, Population of, by Parishes and Minor Civil Divisions 26 

Maine, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 27 

Maryland, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 28 

Massachusetts, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 13 

Michigan, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 29 

Ijlnnesota, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 30 

Mississippi, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 31 

Missouri, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 32 

Montana, Population of , by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions .._ 33 

Nebraska, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions _ 34 

Nevada, Population of , by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 35 

New Hampshire, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions. 4 

New Jersey, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 3g 

New Mexico, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 37 

New York, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 30 

North Carolina, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 39 

North Dakota, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions " aq 

Ohio, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions a-i 

Oklahoma, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 40 

Oregon, Population of , by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions " 40 

Pennsylvania, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions " ' ai 

Rhode Island, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions ^c 

South Carolina, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions. xo 

South Dakota, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions a^ 

Tennessee, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

Texas, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions. 

Utah, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

Vermont, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions 

Virginia, Population of, by Counties and Minoi CivU Divisions 

Washington, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions r:9 

West Virginia, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions ko 

Wisconsin, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions ka 

Wyoming, Population of, by Counties and Minor Civil Divisions s^ 



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TWELFTH CENSUS 

OF THE 

United States. 



CIRCULAR 




US BELETIRS, 



Department of the Interior, 
census office, 

Washington, D. C, Oct. 6, 1900. 

The following bulletins have been issued to date, or are now 
in process of printing: 

No. 1. Supervisors' Districts. 
• No, 2. Statistics of Manufactures. Cities and Towns With- 
drawn from Enumerators. 

No. 3. Names and Addresses of Supervisors of Census. 

No. 4. Population of New Hampshire by Counties and Minor 
Civil Divisions. 

•- ■ No. 5. Population of Alabama by Counties and Minor Civil 
Divisions . 

' No. 6. Population of Arizona by Counties and Minor Civil 
Divisions . 

No. 7. Population of Arkansas by Counties and Minor Civil 
Divisions . 

Bulletins numbered 1, 2, and S, relating wholly to the work 
of enumeration, are out of print and can not be supplied. 

Bulletins numbered 4 to 7 contain the first preliminary 
results of the Twelfth Census, as officially compiled, and other 
bulletins will follow as fast as the official figures become 
available . 

Very respectfully. 




Director , 




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7-375a. 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. la. ^A^ASHINGTON, D. C. January 2, 1900. 



SUPKRVISORS' DISTRICTS. 

[REVISEaD EDITION.] 



Section 9 of an act entitled "An Act to provide for taking the Twelfth, and subsequent censuses," 
approved March 3, 1899, provides that "the Director of the Census shall, at least six months prior to the 
date fixed for commencing the enumeration at the Twelfth and each succeeding decennial census, designate 
the number, whether one or more, of supervisors of census to he appointed within each State and Territory, 
the District of Columbia, Alaska, and the Hawaiian Islands." The same section further provides that 
"the whole number of supervisors shall not exceed three hundred," and that, "wherever practicable and 
desirable, the boundaries of the supervisors' districts shall conform to the boundaries of Congressional 

districts." 

In accordance with these provisions, the following divisions of the country have been designated as 
supervisors' districts, each district as laid out to be under the direct charge of one supervisor. 

This list of supervisors' districts is issued in the form of a bulletin and designated as Bulletin ISTo. 1 of 
the Twelfth Census. 

The supervisors' districts named in this bulletin have been made to conform to the Congressional 
districts as far as possible, taking into consideration density of population and facilities for travel and 
communication. 




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SUPERVISORS' DISTRICTS. 



ALABAMA— Eight Districts. 

First District, the counties of Baldwin, Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Marengo, Mobile, Monroe, 
Washington, Wilcox. 

Second District, the counties of Autauga, Butler, Chilton, Covington, Crenshaw, Elmore, Lowndes, Mont- 
gomery. 

Third District, the counties of Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Macon, Pike, Russell. 

Fourth District, the counties of Chambers, Clay, Coosa, Lee, Randolph, Shelby, Talladega, Tallapoosa. 

Fifth District, the counties of Bibb, Dallas, Hale, Jefferson, Perry. 

Sixth District, the counties of Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Lamar, Marion, Pickens, Sumter, Tuscaloosa, 
Walker, Winston. 

Seventh District, the counties of Blount, Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, Cullman, Dekalb, Etowah, Mar- 
shall, St. Clair. 

Eighth District the counties of Colbert, Jackson, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, Morgan. 

ALASKA— Two Districts. 

First District, from Arctic Ocean south to Kuskokwim River. 

Second District, all south of Kuskokwim River, including southeastern Alaska and coast to and including 
Aleutian Islands. 

ARIZONA— One District. 

ARKANSAS— Six Districts. 

First District, the counties of Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Cross, Greene, Lee, Mississippi, Monroe, Phil- 
lips, Poinsett, St. Francis, Woodruff. 

Second District, the counties of Baxter, Cleburne, Fulton, Independence, Izard, Jackson, Lawrence, 
Lonoke, Prairie, Randolph, Sharp, Stone, White. 

TJiird District, the counties of Benton, Boone, Carroll, Crawford, Madison, Marion, ISTewton, Searcy, Wash- 
ington. 

Fourth District, the counties of Conway, Faulkner, Franklin, Johnson, Logan, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, 
Sebastian, Van Buren, Yell. 

Fifth District, the counties of Clark, Dallas, Garland, Grant, Hempstead, Hot Spring, Howard, Little 
River, Miller, Montgomery, Nevada, Pike, Polk, Saline, Scott, Sevier. 

Sixth District, the counties of Arkansas, Ashley, Bradley, Calhoun, Chicot, Cleveland, Columbia, Desha, 
Drew', Jefferson, Lafayette, Lincoln, Ouachita, Union. 

CALIFORNIA— Six Districts. 

First District, the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco. 

Second District, the counties of Monterey, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa 

Cruz. 
Third District the counties of Colusa, Del Norte, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mendocino, 

Modoc, Napa, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo. 

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Fourih District, the counties of Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Eldorado, Inyo, Mariposa, Mono, 

Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Sutter, Tuolumne, Yuba. 
Fifth District, the counties of Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, Stanislaus, Tulare. 
Si^th District, the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Eiverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, 

Ventura. 

COLORADO— Two Districts. 

First District, the counties of Arapahoe, Boulder, Cheyenne, Clear Creek, Dpuglas, Elbert Gilpin, Jeffer- 
son, kit Carson, Larimer, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Park, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, Weld, 
Yuma. 

Second District, the counties of Archuleta, Baca, Bent, Chaffee, Conejos Costilla, Custer, Delta Dolores, 
Eagle, El Paso, Fremont, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Huerfano, Kiowa, Lake, La Pl^a, 
Laf Animas, Mesa, Mineral, Montezuma, Montrose, Otero, Ouray, -Pitkm Prowers, Pueblo, Rio 
Blanco, Rio Grande, Routt, Saguache, San Juan, San Miguel, Summit, ieller. 

CONNECTICUT— One District. 

DELAWARE— One District. 

DISTRICT OF COLUIWBIA— One District. 

FLORIDA— Two Districts. 

First District, the counties of Calhoun, Columbia, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Hamilton, Holmes, Jack- 
son, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Santa Rosa, Suwanee, Taylor, Wakulla, 
Walton, Washington. 

Second District, the counties of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Brevard, Citrus, Clay, Dade, De Soto, Duval, 
Hernando, Hillsboro, Lake, Lee, Levy, Manatee, Marion, Monroe, Nassau, Orange, Osceola, Pasco, 
Polk, Putnam, St. John, Sumter, Volusia. 

GEORGIA— Eleven Districts. 

First District, the counties of Bryan, Bullock, Burke, Chatham, Effingham, Emanuel, Liberty, Mclntosli, 
Screven, Tattnall. 

Second District, the counties of Baker, Berrien, Calhoun, Clay, Colquitt, Decatur, Dougherty, Early, 
Miller, Mitchell, Quitman, Randolph, Terrell, Thomas, Worth. 

Third District, the counties of Crawford, Dooly, Houston, Lee, Macon, Pulaski, Schley, Stewart, Sumter, 
Taylor, Twiggs, Webster, Wilcox. 

Fourth District, the counties of Carroll, Chattahoochee, Coweta, Harris, Heard, Marion, Meriwether, 
Muscogee, Talbot, Troup. 

Fifth District, the counties of Campbell, Clayton, Dekalb, Douglas, Fulton, Newton, Rockdale, Walton. 

Sixth District, the counties of Baldwin, Bibb, Butts, Fayette, Henry, Jones, Monroe, Pike, Spalding, 
Upson. 

Seventh District, the counties of Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cobb, Dade, Floyd, Gordon Haralson 
Murray, Paulding, Polk, Walker, Whitfield. 

Eighth District, the counties of Clarke, Elbert, Franklin, Greene, Hart, Jasper, Madison, Morgan, Oconee 
Oglethorpe, Putnam, Wilkes. ' 

Ninth District, the counties of Banks, Cherokee, Dawson, Fannin, Forsyth, Gilmer, Gwinnett, Habersham 
Hall, Jackson, Lumpkin, Milton, Pickens, Rabun, Towns, Union, White. ' 

Tenth District, the counties of Columbia, Glascock, Hancock, Jefferson, Lincoln, McDuffie, Richmond 
Taliaferro, Warren, Washington, Wilkinson. ' 

Eleventh District, the counties of Appling, Brooks, Camden, Charlton, Clinch, Coffee, Dodge, Echols 
Glynn, Irwm, Johnson, Laurens, Lowndes, Montgomery, Pierce, Telfair, Ware, Wayne. 

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HAWAII— One District. 

IDAHO— One District. 

ILLINOIS— Sixteen Districts. 

First District, the county of Cook. 

Second District, the counties of Dekalb, Dupage, Grundy, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry. 

Third District, the counties of Boone, Carroll, Jo Daviess, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson, Winnebago. 

FourtTi District, the counties of Henry, Knox, Mercer, Rock Island, Stark, Whiteside. 

Fifth District, the counties of Bureau, Lasalle, Livingston, Woodford. 

Sixth District, the counties of Iroquois, Kankakee, Vermilion, Will. 

Seventh District, the counties of Champaign, Dewitt, Douglas, Ford, McLean, Piatt. 

Eighth District, the counties of Fulton, Marshall, Mason, Peoria, Putnam, Tazewell. 

Ninth District, the counties of Adams, Brown, Hancock, Henderson, McDonough, Schuyler, Warren. 

Tenth District, the counties of Calhoun, Cass, Greene, Jersey, Macoupin, Morgan, Pike, Scott. 

Eleventh District, the counties of Christian, Logan, Macon, Menard, Sangamon. 

Twelfth District, the counties of Bond, Fayette, Madison, Montgomery, Moultrie, Shelby. 

Thirteenth District, the counties of Clark, Coles, Crawford, Cumberland, Edgar, Effingham, Jasper, Law- 
rence, Richland. 

Fourteenth District, the counties of Clay, Edwards, Franklin, Gallatin, Hamilton, Hardin, Jefferson,- 
Wabash, Wayne, White. 

Fifteenth District, the counties of Clinton, Marion, Monroe, Perry, Randolph, St. Clair, Washington. 

Sixteenth District, the counties of Alexander, Jackson, Johnson, Massac, Pope, Pulaski, Saline, Union, 
Williamson. 

INDIANA— Thirteen Districts. 

First District, the counties of Gibson, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburg, Warrick. 

Second District, the counties of Daviess, Greene, Knox, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Owen, Sullivan. 

Third District, the counties of Clark, Crawford, Dubois, Floyd, Harrison, Orange, Perry, Scott, Washington. 

Fourth District, the counties of Bartholomew, Brown, Dearborn, Decatur, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, 
Ohio, Ripley, Switzerland. 

Fifth District, the counties of Clay, Hendricks, Morgan, Parke, Putnam, Vermilion, Vigo. 

Sixth District, the counties of Fayette, Franklin, Hancock, Henry, Rush, Shelby, Union, Wayne. 

Seventh District, the counties of Johnson and Marion. 

Eighth District, the counties of Adams, Blackford, Delaware, Jay, Madison, Randolph, Wells. 

Ninth District, the counties of Boone, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Hamilton, Montgomery, Tipton. 

Tenth District, the counties of Benton, Jasper, Lake, Laporte, Newton, Porter, Tippecanoe, Warren, 

White. 
Eleventh District, the counties of Cass, Grant, Howard, Huntington, Miami, Wabash. 
Ttvelfth District, the counties of Allen, Dekalb, Lagrange, Noble, Steuben, Whitley. 
Thirteenth District, the counties of Elkhart, Fulton, Kosciusko, Marshall, Pulaski, St. Joseph, Starke. 

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IOWA— Eleven Districts. 

First District, tte counties of Des Moines, Henry, Jefferson, Lee, Louisa, Van Buren, Washington. 

Second District, the counties of Clinton, Iowa, Jackson, Johnson, Muscatine, Scott. 

Third District, the counties of Blackhawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Delaware, Dubuque, Franklin, 

Hardin, Wright. 
Fourth District, the counties of Allamakee, Cerro Gordo, Chickasaw, Clayton, Fayette, Floyd, Howard, 

Mitchell, Winneshiek, Worth. 
Fifth District, the counties of Benton, Cedar, Grundy, Jones; Linn, Marshall, Tama. 
Sixth District, the counties of Davis, Jasper, Keokuk, Mahaska, Monroe, Poweshiek, Wapello. 
Seventh District, the counties of Dallas, Madison, Marion, Polk, Story, Warren. 

Eighth District, the counties of Adams, Appanoose, Clarke, Decatur, Fremont, Lucas, Page, Ringgold, 
Taylor, Union, Wayne. 

Ninth District, the counties of Adair, Audubon, Cass, Guthrie, Harrison, Mills, Montgomery, Pottawat- 
tamie, Shelby. 

Tenth District, the counties of Boone, Calhoun, Carroll, Crawford, Emmet, Greene, Hamilton, Hancock, 
Humboldt, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Webster, Winnebago. 

Eleventh District, the counties of Buena Vista, Cherokee, Clay, Dickinson, Ida, Lyon, Monona, O'Brien, 
Osceola, Plymouth, Sac, Sioux, Woodbury. 

KANSAS— Seven Districts. 

First District, the counties of Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, Jefferson, Leavenworth, Nemaha, 
Pottawatomie. 

Second District, the counties of Allen, Anderson, Bourbon, Douglas, Franklin, Johnson, Linn, Miami, 
Wyandotte. 

Third District, the counties of Chautauqua, Cherokee, Cowley, Crawford, Elk, Labette, Montgomery, 
Neosho, Wilson. 

Fourth District, the counties of Butler, Chase, Coffey, Greenwood, Lyon, Marion, Morris, Osage, Shawnee, 
Wabaunsee, Woodson. 

Fifth District, the counties of Clay, Cloud, Dickinson, Geary, Marshall, Ottawa, Republic, Riley, Saline, 
Washington. 

Sixth District, the counties of Cheyenne, Decatur, Ellis, Ellsworth, Gove, Graham, Jewell, Lincoln, Logan, 
Mitchell, Norton, Osborne, Phillips, Rawlins, Rooks, Russell, Sheridan, Sherman, Smith, Thomas, 
Trego, Wallace. 

Seventh District, the counties of Barber, Barton, Clark, Comanche, Edwards, Finney, Ford, Grant, Gray, 
Greeley, Hamilton, Harper, Harvey, Haskell, Hodgeman, Kearny, Kingman, Kiowa, Lane, Mc- 
Pherson, Meade, Morton, Ness, Pawnee, Pratt, Reno, Rice, Rush, Scott, Sedgwick, Seward, Staf- 
ford, Stanton, Stevens, Sumner, Wichita. 

KENTUCKY— Eleven Districts. 

First District, the counties of Ballard, Caldwell, Calloway, Carlisle, Crittenden, Fulton, Graves Hickman 
Livingston, Lyon, McCracken, Marshall, Trigg. ' ' 

Second District, the counties of Christian, Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins McLean Union 
Webster. ^ > > , 

Third DistHct,^e counties of Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Logan, Metcalfe, Muhlenberg, Simpson, 

Fifth District, the county of Jefferson. 

Sixth District, the counties of Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Pendleton, Trimble. 

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Seventh District, the counties of Bourbon, Fayette, Franklin, Henry, Oldham, Owen, Scott, Woodford. 

Eighth District, the counties of Anderson, Boyle, Garrard, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Rock- 
castle, Shelby, Spencer. 

Ninth District, the counties of Bath, Boyd, Bracken, Carter, Fleming, Greenup, Harrison, Lawrence, 
Lewis, Mason, Nicholas, Robertson, Rowan. 

Tenth District, the counties of Breathitt, Clark, Elliott, Estill, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Lee, Magoffin, 
Martin, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Pike, Powell, Wolfe. 

Eleventh District, the counties of Adair, Bell, Casey, Clay, Clinton, Cumberland, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, 
Laurel, Leslie, Letcher, Monroe, Owsley, Perry, Pulaski, Russell, Wayne, Whitley. 

LOUISIANA— Six Districts. 

First District, the parish of Orleans. 

Second District, the parishes of Assumption, Iberville, Jefferson, Lafourche, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. 
Charles, St. James, St. John the Baptist, Terrebonne. 

Third District, the parishes of Acadia, Calcasieu, Cameron, Iberia, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. 
Mary, Vermilion. 

Fourth District, the parishes of Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, De Soto, Grant, Natchitoches, Rapides, Red 
River, Sabine, Vernon, Webster, Winn. 

Fifth District, the parishes of Caldwell, Catahoula, Claiborne, Concordia, East Carroll, Franklin, Jackson, 
Lincoln, Madison, Morehouse, Ouachita, Richland, Tensas, Union, West Carroll. 

Sixth District, the parishes of Ascension, Avoyelles, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Livingston, Pointe 
Coupee, St. Helena, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Washington, West Baton Rouge, West Feliciana. 

MAINE— Two Districts. 

First District, the counties of Androscoggin, Cumberland, Franklin, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Oxford, 
Sagadahoc, York. 

Second District, the counties of Aroostook, Hancock, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somerset, Waldo, Washington. 

MARYLAND— Four Districts. 

First District, the city of Baltimore. 

Second District, the counties of Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne, Somerset, Talbot, 
Wicomico, Worcester. 

Third District, the counties of Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Carroll, Charles, Harford, Howard, 
Prince George, St. Mary. 

Fourth District, the counties of Allegany, Frederick, Garrett, Montgomery, Washington. 

MASSACHUSETTS— One District. 

MICHIGAN— Twelve Districts. 

First District, the county of Wayne. 

Second District, the counties of Jackson, Lenawee, Monroe, Washtenaw. 
Third District, the counties of Branch, Calhoun, Eaton, Hillsdale, Kalamazoo. 
Fourth District, the counties of Allegan, Barry, Berrien, Cass, St. Joseph, Van Buren. 
Fifth District, the counties of Ionia, Kent, Ottawa. 
Sixth District, the counties of Genesee, Ingham, Livingston, Oakland. 
Seventh District, the counties of Huron, Lapeer, Macomb, St. Clair, Sanilac. 
Eighth District, the counties of Clinton, Saginaw, Shiawassee, Tuscola. 

Ninth District the counties of Benzie, Lake, Leelanaw, Manistee, Mason, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, 
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^ W» ««;h.<, the counties of f^-^'^^^^^Z^--^^^' ^^ '^'''"■'' ^=''''"" "'"'°' ' 

Mecosta, Missaukee, Montcalm, Osceola, Koscommon. TT„„^x,ton Iron 

MINNESOTA-Seven Districts. 
Mr., IH^rio, the^connti.. of Dodge, M.o.e, Freeborn. Houston, Mo.e,, 01n.st.d. Steele, Wa.a.ha. 

Yellow Medicine. ■^^ -d- a„^++ 

TMra District, the connties of Carver, Dakota, Goodhue, Lesueur, McLeod, Meeker, Renvxlle, Rxce, Scott, 

Sibley. 
Fourth District, the counties of Chisago, Isanti, Kanabec, Ramsey, Washington. 

Fifth District, the county of Hennepin. xr -u-u j 

MISSISSIPPI— Seven Districts. 

First District, the counties of Alcorn, Chickasaw, Clay, Itawamba, Lee, Lowndes, Monroe, Pontotoc, 

Prentiss, Tippah, Tishommgo, Union. 
Second District, the cQunties of Benton, Calhoun, De Soto, Grenada, Lafayette, Marshall, Panola, Tate, 

Yalobusha. 
Third District, the counties of Bolivar, Coahoma, Issaquena, Quitman, Sharkey, Sunflower, Tallahatchie, 

Tunica, Washington. 
Fourth District, the counties of Attala, Carroll, Choctaw, Holmes, Leflore, Madison, Montgomery, 

Oktibbeha, Webster, Yazoo. 
Fifth District, the counties of Kemper, Lauderdale, Leake, Keshoba, Newton, Noxubee, Rankin, Scott, 

Winston. 
Sixth District, the counties of Clarke, Covington, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Jasper, Jones, 

Lawrence, Marion, Pearl River, Perry, Simpson, Smith, Wayne. 
Seventh District, the counties of Adams, Amite, Claiborne, Copiah, Franklin, Hinds, Jefferson, Lincoln, 
Pike, Warren, Wilkinson. 

MISSOURI— Thirteen Districts. 

First District, the counties of Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Macon, Marion, Putnam, Schuyler, Scotland, 

Shelby. 
Second District, the counties of Carroll, Chariton, Grundy, Linn, Livingston, Monroe, Randolph, Sullivan. 

Third District, the counties of Caldwell, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, Dekalb, Gentry, Harrison, Mercer, Ray, 
Worth. 

Fourth District, the counties of Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Holt, Nodaway, Platte. 

Fifth District, the counties of Jackson and Lafayette. 

Sixth District, the counties of Bates, Cass, Cedar, Dade, Henry, Hickory, Johnson, Polk, St. Clair. 

Seventh District, the counties of Benton, Boone, Cole, Cooper, Howard, Moniteau, Morgan, Pettis, Saline. 

Eighth District, the counties of Camden, Christian, Dallas, Douglas, Greene, Laclede, Maries, Miller, Ozark, 
Phelps, Pulaski, Stone, Taney, Webster, Wright. c-122 



Ninth District, the counties of Audrain, Callaway, Gasconade, Lincoln, Montgomery, Osage, Pike, Ralla,^ 
St. Charles, Warren. 

Tenth District, the counties of Crawford," Dent, Franklin, Iron, Jefferson, Madison, Perry, Reynolds, St. 
Frangois, Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis, Washington. 

Eleventh District, the city of St. Louis. 

Twelfth District, the counties of Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Dunklin, Howell, Mississippi, 
New Madrid, Oregon, Pemiscot, Ripley, Scott, Shannon, Stoddard, Texas, Wayne. 

Thirteenth District, the counties of Barry, Barton, Jasper, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton, Vernon. 

MONTANA— One District. 

NEBRASKA— Six Districts. 

First District, the counties of Cass, Johnson, Lancaster, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, Richardson. 

Second District, the counties of Douglas, Sarpy, Washington. 

Third District, the counties of Antelope, Boone, Burt, Cedar, Colfax, Cuming, Dakota, Dixon, Dodge, 
Knox, Madison, Merrick, Nance, Pierce, Platte, Stanton, Thurston, Wayne. 

Fourth District, the counties of Butler, Fillmore, Gage, Hamilton, Jefferson, Polk, Saline, Saunders, 
Seward, Thayer, York. 

Fifth District, the counties of Adams, Chase, Clay, Dundy, Franklin, Frontier, Furnas, Gosper, Hall, 
Harlan, Hayes, Hitchcock, Kearney, Nuckolls, Perkins, Phelps, Redwillow, Webster. 

Sixth District, the counties of Banner, Blaine, Boxhutte, Boyd, Brown, Buffalo, Cherry, Cheyenne, Custer, 
Dawes, Dawson, Deuel, Garfield, Grant, Greeley, Holt, Hooker, Howard, Keith, Keyapaha, Kimball, 
Lincoln, Logan, Loup, McPherson, Rock, Scotts Bluff, Sheridan, Sherman, Sioux, Thomas, Valley, 
Wheeler. 

NEVADA— One District. 
NEW HAIVIPSHIRE— One District. 

NEW JERSEY— Six Districts. 

First District, the county of Hudson. 

Second District, the county of Essex. 

Third District, the counties of Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, Warren. 

Fourth District, the counties of Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset, Union. 

Fifth District, the counties of Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth, Ocean. 

Sixth District, the counties of Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem. 

NEW MEXICO— One District. 

NEW YORK— Nineteen Districts. 

First District, the county of New York. 

Second District, the counties of Kings, Nassau, Queens, Richmond, Suffolk. 

Third District, the counties of Dutchess, Putnam, Westchester. 

Fourth District, the counties of Columbia and Rensselaer. 

Fifth District, the counties of Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Warren, Washington. 

Sixth District, the counties of Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence. 

Seventh District, the counties of Fiilton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Saratoga. 

Eighth District, the counties of Albany and Schenectady. 

Ninth District, the counties of Delaware, Greene, Schoharie, Ulster. c-122 



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Tenth District, the counties of Orange, Rockland, Sullivan. 

Eleventh District, the counties of Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Otsego. 

Tivelfth District, the counties of Madison and Onondaga. 

Thirteenth District, the counties of Oneida and Oswego. 

Fourteenth District, the counties of Cayuga, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, Yates. 

Fifteenth District, the counties of Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins. 

Sixteenth District, the counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua. 

Seventeenth District, the county of Erie. 

Eighteenth District, the counties of Genesee, Livingston, Niagara, Orleans, Wyoming. 

Nineteenth District, the county of Monroe. 

NORTH CAROLINA— Nine Districts. 

First District, the counties of Beaufort, Bertie, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Hertford, Hyde, 
Martin, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell, Washington. 

Second District, the counties of Edgecombe, Greene, Halifax, Lenoir, Nash, Northampton, Pitt, Wayne, 
Wilson. 

Third District, the counties of Bladen, Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Craven, Duplin, Jones, New 
Hanover, Onslow, Pamlico, Pender, Sampson. 

Fourth District, the counties of Chatham, Cumberland, Harnett, Johnston, Moore, Richmond, Robeson, 
Scotland, Wake. 

Fifth District, the counties of Alamance, Caswell, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Orange, Person, "Vance, 
Warren. 

Sixth District, the coiinties of Alleghany, Ashe, Forsyth, Guilford, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, Watauga, 
Wilkes, Yadkin. 

Seventh District, the counties of Anson, Cabarrus, Davidson, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Randolph, Rowan, 
Stanly, Union. 

Eighth District, the counties of Alexander, Burke, Caldwell, Catawba, Cleveland, Davie, Gaston, Iredell, 
Lincoln, McDowell, Polk, Rutherford. 

Ninth District, the counties of Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, 
Madison, Mitchell, Swain, Transylvania, Yancey. 

NORTH DAKOTA— One District. 

OHIO— Nineteen Districts. 

First District, the county of Hamilton. 

Second District, the counties of Butler, Montgomery, Preble. 

Third District, the counties of Allen, Auglaize, Darke, Mercer, Shelby. 

Fourth District, the counties of Defiance, Henry, Paulding, Putnam, Van Wert, Williams. 

Fifth District, the counties of Brown, Clermont, Clinton, Greene, Highland, Warren. 

Sixth District, the counties of Clark, Fayette, Madison, Miami, Pickaway. 

Seventh District, the counties of Champaign, Delaware, Hancock, Hardin, Logan, Union. 

Eighth District, the counties of Fulton, Lucas, Ottawa, Wood. 

Ninth District, the counties of Adams, Gallia, Jackson, Lawrence, Pike, Scioto. 

Tenth District, the counties of Athens, Hocking, Meigs, Perry, Ross, Vinton. 

Eleventh District, the counties of Fairfield, Franklin, Licking, 

Twelfth District, the counties of Crawford, Erie, Marion, Sandusky, Seneca, Wyandot. c-122 



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Thirteenth District, the counties of Ashland, Huron, Knox, Lorain, Morrow, Richland. 

Fourteenth District, the counties of Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Washington. 

Fifteenth District, the counties of Belmont, Carroll, Harrison, Jeif erson, Monroe. 

Sixteenth District, the counties of Coshocton, Holmes, Medina, Summit, Tuscarawas, Wayne. 

Seventeenth District, the counties of Columbiana, Mahoning, Stark. 

Eighteenth District, the counties of Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Portage, Trumbull. 

NineteentJi District, the county of Cuyahoga. 

OKLAHOMA— One District. 

OREGON— Two Districts. 

First District, the counties of Benton, Clackamas, Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, 
Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Polk, Tillamook, Washington, Yamhill. 

Second District, the counties of Baker, Clatsop, Columbia, Crook, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Malheur, Mor- 
row, Multnomah, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Wheeler. 

PENNSYLVANIA— Nineteen Districts. 

First District, Philadelphia ; city and county. 

Second District, the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery. 
Third District, the counties of Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton. 
Fourth District, the counties of Lackawanna, Monroe, Pike. 

Fifth District, the counties of Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Wayne, Wyoming. 
Siodh District, the counties of Columbia and Luzerne. 
Seventh District, the counties of Berks and Schuylkill. 
Eighth District, the counties of Lancaster and York. 
Ninth District, the counties of Cumberland, Dauphin, Lebanon, Perry. 

Tenth District, the counties of Center, Clearfield, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder, Union. 
Eleventh District, the counties of Cameron, Clinton, Lycoming, Potter, Tioga. 
Twelfth District, the counties of Adams, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Mifflin. 
Thirteenth District, the counties of Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Somerset. 
Fourteenth District, the counties of Clarion, Elk, Forest, Jefferson, McKean, Warren. 
Fifteenth District, the counties of Crawford, Erie, Venango. 
Sixteenth District, the counties of Armstrong, Indiana, Westmoreland. 
Seventeenth District, the counties of Fayette, Greene, Washington. 
Eighteenth District, the county of Allegheny. 

Nineteenth District, the counties of Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, Mercer. 

RHODE ISLAND— One District. 
SOUTH CAROLINA— Six Districts. 
First District, the counties of Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Hampton. 
Second District, the counties of Bamberg, Barnwell, Lexington, Orangeburg, Richland, Sumter. 
Third District, the counties of Abbeville, Aiken, Anderson, Edgefield, Greenwood, Newberry, Saluda. 
Fourth District, the counties of Cherokee, Greenville, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg. 
Fifth District, the counties of Chester, Chesterfield, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lancaster, Union, York. 
Sixth District, the counties of Clarendon, Darlington, Florence, Georgetown, Horry, Marion^ Marlboro, 
Williamsburg. 



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SOUTH DAKOTA— Two Districts. 

WasMngton. 

Second District, the counties 

Charles Mix, Clark, 

Union, Walworth, Yankton. 

TENNESSEE— Ten Districts. 

First District, the counties of Carter, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, 

Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, Washington. 
Second District, the counties of Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Jefleerson, Knox, Loudon, Morgan, Eoane, 

Scott, Sevier, Union. 
Third District, the counties of Bledsoe, Bradley, Franklin, Grundy Hamilton, James, McMinn, Marion, 

Meigs, Monroe, Polk, Sequatchie, Van Buren, Warren, White. 
Fourth District, the counties of Clay, Cumberland, Fentress, Jackson, Macon, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, 

Rhea, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, Wilson. 
Fifth District, the counties of Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, Dekalb, Lincoln, Marshall, Moore, Rutherford. 
Sixth District, the counties of Cheatham, Davidson, Houston, Humphreys, Montgomery, Robertson, Stewart. 
Seventh District, the counties of Dickson, Giles, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Maury, Wayne, Williamson. 
Eighth District, the counties of Benton, Carroll, Chester, Decatur, Hardin, Henderson, Henry, McNairy, 

Madison, Perry. 
Ninth District, the counties of Crockett, Dyer, Gibson, Haywood, Lake, Lauderdale, Obion, Weakley. 
Tenth District, the counties of Fayette, Hardeman, Shelby, Tipton. 

TEXAS— Thirteen Districts. 

First District, the counties of Bowie, Camp, Cass, Delta, Franklin, Hopkins, Lamar, Marion, Morris, Red 
River, Titus. 

Second District, the counties of Collin, Cooke, Denton, Fannin, Grayson, Hunt. 

Third District, the counties of Archer, Armstrong, Bailey, Baylor, Briscoe, Carson, Castro, Childress, 
Clay, Collingsworth, Cottle, Dallam, Deaf Smith, Donley, Floyd, Foard, Gray, Hale, Hall, Hans- 
ford, Hardeman, Hartley, Hemphill, Hutchinson, Jack, King, Knox, Lamb, Lipscomb, Montague, 
Moore, Motley, Ochiltree, Oldham, Parker, Parmer, Potter, Randall, Roberts, Sherman, Swisher, 
Tarrant, Wheeler, Wichita, Wilbarger, Wise. 

Fourth District, the counties of Andrews, Borden, Brown, Callahan, Cochran, Coke, Coleman, Comanche, 
Concho, Coryell, Crane, Crosby, Dawson, Dickens, Eastland, Ector, Erath, Fisher, Gaines, Garza, 
Glasscock, Hamilton, Haskell, Hockley, Hood, Howard, Irion, Jones, Kent, Lampasas, Lubbock, 
Lynn, McCulloch, Martin, Midland, Mills, Mitchell, Nolan, Palo Pinto, Runnells, San Saba, Scurry, 
Shackelford, Somervell, Stephens, Sterling, Stonewall, Taylor, Terry, Throckmorton, Tom Green, 
Upton, Yoakum, Young. 

Fifth District, the counties of Bandera, Bexar, Blanco, Brewster, Comal, Crockett, Edwards, El Paso, 
Gillespie, Jeff Davis, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Kinney, Llano, Loving, Mason, Maverick, Medina, 
Menard, Pecos, Presidio, Reeves, Schleicher, Sutton, Uvalde, Valverde, Ward, Winkler. 

Sixth District, the counties of Bosque, Dallas, Ellis, Hill, Johnson, Kaufman, Rockwall. 

Seventh District, the counties of Anderson, Cherokee, Gregg, Harrison, Henderson, Panola, Rains, Rusk, 
Smith, Upshur, Van Zandt, Wood. 

Eighth District, the counties of Angelina, Chambers, Hardin, Houston, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Nacog- 
doches, Newton, Orange, Polk, Sabine, San Augustine, San Jacinto, Shelby, Trinity, Tyler. 

Ninth District, the counties of Brazos, Falls, Freestone, Leon, Limestone, McLennan, Navarro, Robertson. 

C— 122 



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Tenth District, the counties of Bastrop, Bell, Burleson, Burnet, Lee, Milam, Travis, Williamson. 

Eleventh District, the counties of Brazoria, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Harris, Madison, Matagorda, 
Montgomery, Walker, Waller, Wharton. 

Tivelfth District, the counties of Austin, Caldwell, Colorado, Fayette, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Hays, Lavaca, 
Washington. 

Thirteenth District, the counties of Aransas, Atascosa, Bee, Calhoun, Cameron, Dewitt, Dimmit, Duval, 
Frio, Goliad, Hidalgo, Jackson, Karnes, Lasalle, Live Oak, McMullen, Nueces, Refugio, San 
Patricio, Starr, Victoria, Webb, Wilson, Zapata, Zavalla. 

UTAH— One District. 
VERMONT— One District. 

VIRGINIA— Ten Districts. 

First District, the counties of Accomac, Caroline, Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, Lancaster, Mathews, 
Middlesex, Northampton, Northumberland, Richmond, Spottsylvania, Westmoreland, and city of 
Fredericksburg. 

Second District, the counties of Charles City, Elizabeth City, Isle of Wight, James City, Nansemond, Nor- 
folk, Princess Anne, Southampton, Surry, Warwick, York, and the cities of Newport News, Nor- 
folk, Portsmouth, and Williamsburg. 

Third District, the counties of Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, King William, New Kent, and 
the cities of Manchester and Richmond. 

Fourth District, the counties of Amelia, Brunswick, Dinwiddle, Greenesville, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, 
Nottoway, Powhatan, Prince Edward, Prince George, Sussex, and the city of Petersburg. 

Fifth District, the counties of Carroll, Floyd, Franklin, Grayson, Henry, Patrick, Pittsylvania, and the 
city of Danville. 

Sixth District, the counties of Bedford, Campbell, Charlotte, Halifax, Montgomery, Roanoke, and the cities 
of Lynchburg, Radford, and Roanoke. 

Seventh District, the counties of Albemarle, Clarke, Frederick, Greene, Madison, Page, Rappahannock, 
Rockingham, Shenandoah, Warren, and the cities of Charlottesville and Winchester. 

Eighth District, the counties of Alexandria, Culpeper, Fairfax, Fauquier, King George, Loudoun, Louisa, 
Orange, Prince William, Stafford, and the city of Alexandria. 

Ninth District, the counties of Bland, Buchanan, Craig, Dickenson, Giles, Lee, Pulaski, Russell, Scott, 
Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise, Wythe, and the city of Bristol. 

Tenth District, the counties of Alleghany, Amherst, Appomattox, Augusta, Bath, Botetourt, Buckingham, 
Cumberland, Fluvanna, Highland, Nelson, Rockbridge, and the cities of Buena Vista and Staunton. 

WASHINGTON— Two Districts. 

First District, the counties of Chehalis, Clallam, Clarke, Cowlitz, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Lewis, 
Mason, Pacific, Pierce, San Juan, Skagit, Skamania, Snohomish, Thurston, Wahkiakum, Whatcom. 

Second District, the counties of Adams, Asotin, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield, Kittitas, 
Klickitat, Lincoln, Okanogan, Spokane, Stevens, Walla Walla, Whitman, Yakima. 

WEST VIRGINIA— Four Districts. 

First District, the counties of Braxton, Brooke, Doddridge, Gilmer, Hancock, Harrison, Lewis, Marshall, 

Ohio, Tyler, Wetzel. 
Second District, the counties of Barbour, Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy Jefferson, Marion, Mineral, 

Monongalia, Morgan, Pendleton, Preston, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker, Upshur. 

Third District, the counties of Boone, Clay, Fayette, Greenbrier, Kanawha, Logan, McDowell, Mercer, 
Mingo, Monroe, Nicholas, Pocahontas, Raleigh, Summers, Webster, Wyoming. 

Fourth District, the counties of Cabell, Calhoun, Jackson, Lincoln, Mason, Pleasants, Putnam, Ritchie, 
Roane, Wayne, Wirt, Wood. "-i^^ 



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WISCONSIN^Nine Districts. 

First District, the counties of Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Green, Jefferson, Rock. 

Second District, the counties of Adams, Crawford, Grant, Iowa, Juneau, Lafayette, Richland, Sauk, Vernon. 

Third District, the counties of Calumet, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Manitowoc, Marquette, Waushara, 
Winnebago. 

Fourth District, the county of Milwaukee. 

Fifth District, the counties of Kenosha, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Walworth, Washington, Waukesha. 

Sixth District, the counties of Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Outagamie, Portage, Waupaca, Wood. 

Seventh District, the counties of Buffalo, Eau Claire, Jackson, La Crosse, Monroe, Pepin, Trempealeau. 

Eighth District, the counties of Ashland, Clark, Florence, Forest, Iron, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, 
Marmette, Oconto, Oneida, Price, Shawano, Taylor, Vilas. 

Ninth District, the counties of Barron, Bayfield, Burnett, Chippewa, Douglas, Dunn, Pierce, Polk, St. 
Croix, Sawyer, Washburn. 

WYOIWING— One District. c-122 



Revised Edition. 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 2a. ^VASHINGTON, D. C. April 2, 1900. 



Statistics of Manufactures. 

CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Dbpaetment of the Inteeioe, 
Census Office, 

Washington, Ajyril 2, 1900. 

Section V of the act entitled "An act to provide for taking the Twelfth and subsequent censuses," approved March 
3, 1899, provides that whenever the Director of the Census shall deem it expedient he may withhold the schedules 
relating to the statistics of the manufacturing and mechanical industries from the enumerators and may charge the 
collection of these statistics upon special agents. 

In accordance with this provision, the following cities and towns in the several States and Territories have been 
withdrawn from the enumerators, who will be relieved of all responsibility for the collection of the statistics of 
manufactures therein. In all other subdivisions of the supervisors' districts, except those named in this Bulletin, the 
schedules for manufactures will be distributed among the enumei'ators, to be taken by them in connection with the 
statistics of population and agriculture. In the cities and towns withdrawn from the enumerators, special agents will 
be appointed, who will be charged with the sole responsibility of collecting the statistics of the manufacturing and 
mechanical industries. 

The cities and towns are arranged by supervisors' districts, and are grouped by geographical contiguity where 
several places may be advantageously canvassed by the same special agent or agents. The geographical arrangement 
makes it necessai-y in many cases to group cities and towns in one supervisor's district with those in another district. 
The estimated number of special agents required to make the canvass is given for each city, town, or group. In the 
1,339 cities and towns withdrawn from the enumerators, it is estimated that 2,002 special agents will be required. 

This Bulletin is published in order that the supervisors may become familiar with the places in which the 
enumerators must be instructed not to secure reports from establishments of productive industry, and their attention is 
called to the fact that a number of cities included in the Bulletin as published January 1, 1900, have been omitted and 
some others added. Supervisors and others will please destroy all copies of the first edition of this Bulletin. 

It is the intention to have the statistics of manufactures collected by special agents only in cities and towns where 
the number or importance of the establishments is such that the enumerators can not make the canvass within the time 
allowed for their work, and this list of such cities and towns has been prepared under the supervision of S. N. D. 
North, Chief Statistician for Manufactures. 




DiT'ector of the^^Ceiisus. 



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CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS, 

ARRANGED BY SUPERVISORS' DISTRICTS AND GROUPED BY GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION, WITH ESTIMATED 
NUMBER OF AGENTS REQUIRED TO MAKE THE CANVASS IN EACH 
CITY OR GROUP OF CITIES. 

Note.— The municipal divisions withlield from the enumerators to be canvassed by special agents in the six New England States— Maine, New Hampshire, 
Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, are of tomis, and include cities and villages, and all other minor subdivisions, situated within the town 
limits. In the States of New York and Wisconsin the withdrawals are of cities and villages. The places withheld from the enumerators m all other btates are 
cities, boroughs, and villages and towns as distinguished from tmonsMps or the towns of New England. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



City or town. 



AliABAMA. 
First Mobile 

Second Montgomery 

Third No cities vrithdravi'n. 

Fourth Opelilia. (See Fourth District, Georgia.) 

Phffinix. (See Fourth District, Georgia.) 
Talladega. (See Seventh District.) 

Fifth i Bessemer ^ 

Birmingham 



Sixth __. 
Seventh . 



Eighth _ 



Selma 

Tuscaloosa 

Anniston 

Talladega (from Foui'th District) 

Fort Payne 

Gadsden 

Decatur 

Huntsville 

New Decatur 

Florence 

Sheffield 

Tuscumbia 



AEIZONA. 

No cities withdrawn. 

ARKANSAS. 
First Helena 

Second No cities withdrawn. 

Third ; Van Buren. (See Fourth Dislvict. 



Fourth ; Little Rock 

Pine Bluflf (from Sixth District) 



Fort Smith 

Van Buren (from Third District). 



Fifth No cities withdrawn. 

Sixth Pine Bluflf. (See Fourth District.) 

CALIFORNIA. 



First Oakland 

■^San Francisco 



Second 



San Jose 

Santa Clara. 
Santa Cruz . 



! Number I supervisor's dis- 
agents. i 



trict.- 



Third . 



Fourth . 



Fifth. 



Sixlh 



First... 
Second . 



First . 



City or town. 



CALIFORNIA— Continued . 



Napa... 
Vallejo . 



Petaluma .. 
Santa Rosa . 

Sacramento. 

Stockton 

Fresno 



Tulare . 
Visalia . 



Los Angeles 

San Diego 

COLORADO. 

Denver 

Pueblo 

Colorado Springs 



Cripple Creek 
Victor 



Leadville 
Trinidad . 
Aspen 



CONNECTICUT. 



East Hartford 
Glastonbury .. 
Hartford 



Berlin 

New Britain _ 
Southington _ 

Manchester . 
Vernon 



Bristol 

Farmington 
Plainville .. 



East Windsor . . 

AVindsor 

AVindsor Tjocks 



Enfield., 
Stafford 



(2) 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



First 

(Continued.) 



City or town. 



CON]ST]CTICUT— Continued. 

Hamden 

Milford 

New Haven J 

Orange 



Naugatuclv . 
Waterbury . 
Watertown 



Meriden 

Wallingford 

Middletown 



East Haddam 
Portland 



Ansonia 

Derby 

Huntington 
Seymour 



Branford . 
Guilford-. 



Griswold _ 
Montville. 
Norwich _ 
Preston __ 



Groton 

New London 
Stonington __ 

Brooklyn 

Killingly 

Plainfleld _._ 
Windham -- 

Putnam 

Thompson. __ 

Bridgeport 
Fairfield 

Bethel 
Danbury 

New Milford 
Newtown 

Greenwich 
Stamford 

Norwalk 
Westport 

Thomaston 
Torrington 

New Hartford 
Winchester 



First . . 
First - . 

First-. 
Second 



DELAWARE. 



Newcastle _ - . 
Wilmington . 



Number 

of 
agents. 



-if 




DISTRICT OF COIiUMBIA. 

Washington 

Alexandria, Va. (from Eighth District, '. 
Virginia). ! 

I 
FLORIDA. i 

No cities withdrawn. , 

Jacksonville 

Key West 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Cit>^ or town. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



FLORIDA— Continued. 



Second Tampa 

(Continued.) 

GEORGIA. 

First Savannah 

Second ' No cities withdrawn. 



Third.. 
Fourth . 



Americus. 



Fifth- 
Sixth 



Seventh 



Columbus 

Opelika, Ala. (from Fourth District, Ala- 
bama). 

Phoenix, Ala. (from Fourth District, Ala- 
bama). 



Lagrange . 
Newnan . . 



Atlanta 
Macon . 



Barnesville . 
Griffin 



Cartersville. 
Rome 



Eighth. 
Ninth.. 



Dalton 

Marietta... 

Athens 

Gainesville 



Tenth Augusta. 



Eleventh . 



First . 



20 



Second . 



Brunswick 

IDAHO. 

No cities withdrawn. 

iLEiisrois. 

Chicago 

Chicago Heights 

Evanston 

Harvey 

Lemont 



Aurora 

Batavia .- 
Sandwich 



Elgin 



Dekalb . . . 
Sycamore 



Waukegan 

Morris. (See Sixth District.) 



Third 'Belvidere. 

Rockford . 

Freeport . 



Fourtla . 



Dixon. (See Fourth District.) 
Galena. (See Third District, Iowa.) 



Galesburg 

Monmouth (from Ninth District). 



Rockfalls 

Sterling 

Dixon (from Third District). 



4 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDBAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Fourth 

(Continued.) 



Fifth . 



Sixth . 



Seventh . 



Eighth . 



Ninth . 



Tenth __. 
Eleventh . 



Twelfth . 



Thirteenth 



Fourteenth _ 



Fifteenth 



City or town. 



ILIilNOIS— Continued, 
Kewanee 



Moline. (See Second District, Iowa.) 
Rock Island. (See Second District, Iowa.) 

Lasalle __ _J__ 

Ottawa 

Peru 

Springvalley . 



Pontiac . 
Streator . 



Braidwood 

Joliet __ 

Lockport 

Morris (from Second District). 



Danville.-. 
Kankakee 



Bloomington 

Clinton 

Normal 



Champaign 
Urbana 



Canton . 



Pekin . 
Peoria 



Quincy 

Macomb 

Monmouth. (See Fourth District.) 

Jacksonville 

Decatur 

Lincoln 



Springfield , 
Taylorville . 



Pana 

Shelby ville (from Twelfth District). 



Alton 



Hillsboro . 
Litchfield 



Shelby ville. (See Eleventh District.) 
CoUinsville. (See Eleventh District, Mis- 
souri.) 
Edwardsville. (See Eleventh District, Mis- 
souri.) 



Mattoon 

Paris. (See Fifth District, Indiana.) 

Carmi 

Mount Carmel 



Mount Vernon. (See Fifteenth District.) 



Centralia 

Mount Vernon (from Fourteenth District) . 



Duquoin 

Murphysboro (from Sixteenth District).. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



Belleville, 
souri.) 



(See Eleventh District, Mis- 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Fifteenth 

(Continued.) 

Sixteenth 



First . 



Second . 



Third . 



Fourth. 



Fifth 



Sixth 



Seventh . 



Eighth , 



City or town. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



ILLIlSrOIS— Continued . 

East St. Louis. (See Eleventh District, 
Missouri.) 

.Cairo 

Murphysboro. (See Fifteenth District.) 
Metropolis. (See First District, Ken- 
tucky.) 



INDIAISTA. 



Evansville 

Mount Vernon. 
Princeton 



Vincennes . . 
Washington 



Bedford 

Bloomington 



Oannelton . 
Tell City.. 
Troy 



Huntingburg . 
Jasper 



Jeffersonville . 
New Albany.. 



Columbus 

Greensburg 

Seymour 

Edinburg (from Seventh District). 



Aurora 

Lawrenceburg . 



Madison 



Brazil 

Terre Haute 

Paris, 111. (from Thirteenth District^ Ylii- 
nois). 



Greencastle. 



Connersville . 
Richmond .. 



Rushville .. 
Shelbyville . 



Greenfield. (See Seventh District.) 
Middletown. (See Eighth District.) 
Newcastle. (See Eighth District.) 

Franklin 

Indianapolis . ^ ' 

Greenfield (from Sixth District) ^']!; 

Edinburg. (See Fourth District.) 

Alexandria . / 

Anderson ]_'" 

Muncie .'""'! 

Middletown (from Sixth DistricV)"""" 
Newcastle (from Sixth District) 

Portland 

Union ^"^yy 

El wood 

Tipton (from Ninth District")^!]"""" 



Hartford City. (See Eleventh District ) 
Montpelier. (See Eleventh District ) 
Bluffton. (See Twelfth District ) 
Decatur. (See Twelfth District ) 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Ninth . 



City or town. 



Tenth 



Eleventh . 



Twelfth . 



Thirteenth.. 



First. 



Second . 



Third . 



INDIANA— Continued. 



Crawfordsville 
Frankfort 



Lebanon ... 
Noblesville . 
Sheridan . . . 



Tipton. (See Eighth District.) 
Attica. (See Tenth District.) 
Delphi. (See Tenth District.) 



Laporte _ 

Michigan City. 



Lafayette 

Attica (from Ninth District).. 
Delphi (from Ninth District). 



East Chicago . 
Hammond ... 

Valparaiso 

Whiting 



Kokomo 

Logansport _ 

Huntington 

Peru 

Wabash 



Fairmount 

Gas City 

Marion 

Hartford City (from Eighth District). 
Montpeller (from Eighth District) 



Columbia City 

Fort Wayne 

Bluffton (from Eighth District). 
Decatur (from Eighth District) . 



Angola 

Auburn 

Butler 

Garrett 

Kendallville . 



Mishawaka . 
South Bend- 



Elkhart . 
Goshen . 



Plymouth 
Warsaw . . . 



IOWA. 



Burlington .-. 
Port Madison. 
Keokuk 



Number 

of 
agents. 



Davenport 

Muscatine v," " " :," v; r v • ': " rn"" 

Moline, 111. (from Fourth District, Illi- 
nois). „ ,, T^. i . . 
Rock Island, 111. (from Fourth District, 

Illinois). 



Clinton... 
Iowa City 



GalenarVll."(from' Third District, Illi- 



nois;. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Third 

(Continued.) 



Fourth . 



Fifth 



Sixth 



Seventh . 
Eighth.. 



Ninth _ 
Tenth. 



Eleventh . 



First . 



Second . 



Third . 



City or town. 



IOWA— Continued. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



Cedarfalls . 
Waterloo _ . 



Independence 

Oelwein (from Fourth District). 



Cresco _. 
Decorah 



Charles City- 



Mason 

Oelwein. (See Third District.) 



Cedar Rapids. 

Marion 

Vinton 



Belle Plaine.- 
Marshalltown. 



Ottumwa 



Oskaloosa _. 
Whatcheer . 



Grinnell . 
Newton _ 



Des Moines . 
Creston 



Clarinda 

Shenandoah . 



Chariton _. 
Centerville 



Council Bluffs. (See Second District, 
Nebraska.) 



Fort Dodge - 
Webster 



Boone . 



Lemars — 
Sioux City. 



KANSAS. 



Atchison . 
Hiawatha 

Hoi ton 

Horton — 



Leavenworth . 



Osawatomie . 

Ottawa 

Paola 



Fort Scott. (See Third District.) 
Lawrence. (See Fourth District.) 
Argentine. (See Fifth District, Missouri.) 
Kansas City. (See Fifth District, Mis- 
souri.) 
Olathe. (See Fifth District, Missouri.) 



Galena 

Girard 

Pittsburg 

Weir 

Fort Scott (from Second District) . 



Arkansas City , 
Winfield 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Sixth ..- 
Seventh . 



City or town. 



KAKSAS— Continued. 



Third 

(Continued.) 

Fourth 

Fifth 



Chanute. 
Chetopa _ 
Parsons _ 



Coffey ville 

Independence. 



Emporia 



Topeka 

Lawrence (from Second District) 



Junction City. 
Manhattan 



Abilene 
Salina... 



First 

Second . _ 

Third... 
Fourth . . 

Fifth-... 
Sixth ... 

Seventh . 

Eighth . . 
Ninth... 

Tenth... 
Eleventh 

First 

Second . . 
Third... 



Clay Center.. 

Concordia 

No cities withdrawn. 

Hutchinson 

McPherson 

Newton 

Wichita , 

KENTUCKY. 



Mayiield 

Paducah 

Metropolis, 111. (from Sixteenth District, 
Illinois). 



Henderson 
Owensboro 



Hopkinsville 

Bowling Green 

No cities withdrawn. 
Louisville 



Bellevue. (See First District, Ohio.) 
Covington. (See First District, Ohio.) 
Dayton. (See First District, Ohio.) 
Ludlow. (See First District, Ohio.) 
Newport. (See First District, Ohio.) 

Lexington 

Frankfort 

No cities withdrawn. 

Maysville 

Ashland. (See Ninth District, Ohio.) 



Mount Sterling 
Winchester 



No cities withdrawn. 

LOUISIA^TA. 



New Orleans 

Gretna (from Second District) 



Gretna. (See First District.) 
Plaquemine. (See Sixth District.) 

No cities withdrawn. 



Number 

oi 
agents. 



1 
1 

12 



14 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Fourth 
Fifth . 
Sixth . 

First . - 



Second . 



First... 
Second . 
Third.. 



City or town. 



LOUISIAKA— Continued. 
Shreveport 

No cities withdrawn. 



Baton Rouge 

Plaquemine (from Second District). 



MAESTE. 



Bridgton 



Cape Elizabeth 

Gorham 

Portland 

Westbrook 



Auburn .. 
Lewiston . 
Lisbon ... 



Biddeford .. 
Kennebunk . 
Saco 



Augusta.. 
Gardiner . 
Hallowell 



Camden 

Rockland .. 
Thomaston . 

Bath 



Brunswick 
Richmond. 



Kittery 

North Berwick 

Sanford 

South Berwick 

Bristol 

Waldoboro 



Norway 
Paris 



Waterville. (See Second District.) 

Bangor 

Brewer 

Bucksport 

Ellsworth 

Oldtown 

Orono 



Fairfield 

Plttsfield 

Skowhegan 

Waterville (from First District). 



Calais . . . 
Eastport. 



Caribou 

Fort Fairlield. 
Presque Isle .. 



Belfast . 



MAlBYLAJiTD. 
Baltimore 

No cities withdrawn. 

Havre de Grace 

Westminster. 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



City or town. 



MAEYIjAKD— Continued. 

Hagerstown 

Cumberland 

Frederick 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Arlington 

Boston 

Cambridge 

Chelsea 

Dedham 

Everett 

Foxboro 

Hyde Park 

Maiden 

Medf ord _._ 

Melrose 

Milton 

Newton -_'__■ . 

Norwood 1 

Quincy 

Randolph 

'Reading 

Revere 

Somerville 

Stoneham : 

Wakefield 

Walpole 

Waltham 

Watertown 

Weymouth 

Winchester 

Winthrop 

Woburn 

Beverly 

Dan vers 

Lynn 

Marblehead 

Peabody 

Salem _-. 

Chi copee 

Holyoke _-- 

Ludlow 

Monson 

Springfield 

West Springfield 

Westfield 

Wilbraham 

Grafton 

Leicester 

Millbury _ --- 

Northbridge 

Westboro 

Worcester 

Fairhaven __ 

Fall River 

New Bedford 

Haverhill 

Lowell — 

At tleboro 

Mansfield 

Middleboro 

North Attleboro 

Taunton 

Andover 

Lawrence 

Methuen - - - 

North Andover 

Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Easton .-' 



Number 

of 
agents. 



85 



17 



11 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



First 

(Continued.) 



First . 



Second . 



City or town. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



MASSACHUSETTS— Continued. 

Clinton 

Fitchburg 

Leominster 



Amesbury 

Groveland 

Ipswich 

Merrimac 

Newburyport . 
Salisbury 



Maynard 



Framingham 

Hudson 

Marlboro 

Natick 



Amherst 

Easthampton _ 
Northampton 
South Hadley 



Brookfield 

North Brookfield 

Spencer 

Warren 



Blackstone 
Franklin .. 
Hopedale.- 
Milford 



Abington 
Rockland. 
Whitman - 



Greenfield . 
Montague . 
Shelburne . 



Adams 

North Adams_ 
Williamstown 



Dalton _-. 
Hinsdale . 
Pittsfield . 



Gloucester. 
Rockport . 



Gardner 

Winchendon. 

Hardwick 

Palmer 

Ware 



Dudley 

Southbridge . 
Webster 



Athol 

Orange 

Canton 

Stoughton 

Great Barrington 
Lee 



MICHIGAN. 

Detroit 

Wyandotte 

Mount Clemens (from Seventh District) . 



1 

1 
1 

13 



Jackson 

Albion (from Third District) 

Battle Creek (from Third District). 
Marshall (from Third District) 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Second 

(Continued.) 



Third . 



Fourth . 



Fifth 



Sixth 



Seventh - 



Eighth - 



Ninth. 



Tenth 



Eleventh . 



City or town. 



MICHIGAlSr— Continued. 



Adrian 

Hudson __. 

Monroe 

Tecumseh _ 

Ann Arbor 

Chelsea 

Ypsilanti _ . 



Kalamazoo 

Allegan (from Fourth District) 
Otsego (from Fourth District) _ 



Coldwater . 
Hillsdale . . 



Albion. (See Second District.) 
Battle Creek. (See Second District.) 
Marshall. (See Second District.) 
Charlotte. (See Sixth District.) 
Eaton Rapids. (See Sixth District.) 



Benton Harbor 
St. Joseph 



Dowagiac 

Niles 



Sturgis 

Three Rivers . 

Hastings 



Allegan. (See Third District.) 
Otsego. (See Third District.) 

Grand Rapids 

Grand Haven. (See Ninth District.) 

Lansing 

Charlotte (from Third District) 

Eaton Rapids (from Third District). _ 



Flint -. 
Pontiac 



Marine 

Port Huron. 
St. Clair.. _. 



Mount Clemens. (See First District.) 
Saginaw 



Owosso -. 
St. Johns. 



Muskegon 

Grand Haven (from Fifth District) 



Manistee .. 
Ludington 
Cadillac . _ 



Bay City 

West Bay City. 



Ausable 

East Tawas. 
Tawas 



Alpena 

Cheboygan . 

Big Rapids 
Heed City _. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Eleventh 

(Continued.) 



Twelfth . 



First . 



Second . 



Third . 



Fourth . 



Fifth. 



Sixth 



Seventh . 



First . 



City or town. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



MICHIGAN— Continued. 



Mount Pleasant. 
St. Louis . - 



Traverse .. 

Greenville . 

Ishpeming. 
Marquette . 
Negaunee . 



Sault Ste. Marie 



Bessemer. (See Eighth District, Wis- 
consin.) 

Ironwood. (See Eighth District, Wis- 
consin.) 

Menominee. (See Eighth District, Wis- 
consin.) 



MHSTNESOTA. 



Rochester 
Winona __ 



Owatonna 

Faribault (from Third District). 



Albert Lea 
Austin 



Wabasha . 
Waseca _. 



Mankato _ 
New Ulm 
St. Peter . 



R«d Wing . 



Faribaul (See First District.) 
Hastings. (See Fourth District.) 
South St. Paul. (See Fourth District.) 

St. Paul 

Stillwater 

Hastings (from Third District) 

South St. Paul (from Third District) 

Hudson, Wis. (from Ninth District, Wis- 
consin.) 



Minneapolis 

St. Louis Park 

West Minneapolis 

Anoka (from Sixth District) 

Duluth _ 

Brainerd 

Littlef alls 

St. Cloud 

Anoka. (See Fifth District.) 

Fergus Falls •_ 

Crookston 



Moorhead. (See, First District, North 
Dakota.) 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Aberdeen.. 
Columbus . 
Westpoint . 

Corinth ... 



CITIES AlSTD TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



City or town. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



City or town. 



Second . . 
Third-.. 
Fourth . . 
Fifth ... 
Sixth ... 

Seventh . 



First... 
Second . 



Third.. 
Fourth . 

Fifth... 



Sixth 



Seventh . 



Eighth - 
Ninth.. 



Tenth ... 
Eleventh . 



MISSISSIPPI— Continued. 
No cities withdrawn. 
No cities withdrawn. 
No cities withdrawn. 
Meridian 



Biloxi 

Handsboro 
Scranton .. 



Viclisburg : .. 

Natchez 

Jaclison 

MISSOURI. 

Hannibal. 

Brookfi eld 

Chillicothe 

Trenton 

Moberly 

Carrollton 

No cities wi hdrawn. 

St. Joseph 

Mary ville 



Independence 

Kansas City 

Argentine, Kans. (from Second District, 

Kansas). 
Kansas City, Kans. (from Second District, 

Kansas). 
Olathe, Kans. (from Second District, 

Kansas). 



Clinton. 



Twelfth . 



Richhill 

Nevada (from Thirteenth District) . 



Boon ville 

Sedalia 

Jefferson City 

Springfield 

Louisiana ^---. 

Mexico 

St. Charles. (See Eleventh District.) 
No cities withdrawn 



St. Louis 

St.' Charles (from Ninth District) 

Collinsville, 111. (from Twelfth District, 
Illinois). 

Edwardsville, 111.) from Twelfth District, 
Illinois). . ^ 

Belleville, 111. (from Fifteenth District, 
Illinois). „ „ , .^. 

East St. Louis, 111. (from Fifteenth Dis- 
trict, Illinois). 



Cape Girardeau. 



13 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 



47 



Thirteenth . 



First . 



First . 



Second . 



Third _ . 
Fourth . 
Fifth... 



Sixth 



First . 



First . 



MISSOURI— Continued . 



Carthage . . 

Joplin 

Webb City 



Nevada. (See Sixth District.) 
MONTANA. 



Anaconda 
Butte 



Helena . . . 
Q-reatfalls 



NEBRASKA. 



Lincoln 



Nebraska City. (See Second District.) 
Plattsmouth. (See Second District.) 

Omaha 

South Omaha -. 

Nebraska City (from First District) 

Plattsmouth (from First Dirtrict) 

Council Bluffs, Iowa (from Ninth District, 
Iowa). 



Fremont 
Beatrice 



Grand Island 

Hastings 

Kearney (from Sixth District) . 



Kearney. (See Fifth District.) 
NEVADA. 

Carson City 

Reno 

Virginia City 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Concord 

Manchester 
Pembroke . . 
Pittsfield . - - 



Dover 

Farmington . 
Rochester ... 
Somersworth 



Derry . . 
Milford 
Nashua 



Exeter 

Newmarket 
Portsmouth 



Franklin 
Laconia . 
Tilton -- 



Keene 

Winchester 



Claremont. 
Newport .. 



Berlin 

Lancaster 



10 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN PROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



First 

(Continued.) 



First . 



Second . 



Thiird . 



Fourth . 



Fifth, 



Sixth 



First . 



City or town. 



NEW HAMPSHIEB— Continued. 

Lebanon 

Greenville _ 

Peterboro 

Littleton . _ 

Wolf boro 

Haverhill 

NEW JEKSEX. 

Bayonne 

Gruttenberg 

Harrison 

Hoboken 

Jersey City 

Kearney 

Union i 

West Hoboken 



Bloomfield _._ 
East Orange.. 

Irvington 

Montclair 

Newark 

Orange 

South Orange - 
West Orange. - 



PassaiO-- 
Paterson 

Boonton _ 
Dover . . . 



Phillipsburg. (See Third District, Penn- 
sylvania.) 

Washington. (See Third District, Penn- 
sylvania.) 



Elizabeth 

New Brunswick 

Perth Amboy 

Rahway 

South Amboy 



Boundbrook 

North Plainfield . 

Plainfield. 

Raritan 

Somerville 



Lambertville 

Bordentown . 
Trenton 



Burlington ._ 
Mount Holly. 



Bridgeton 
Millville.. 

Salem 

Vineland . 



Camden. (See First District, Pennsyl- 
vania.) 

Gloucester. (See First District, Pennsyl- 
vania.) 

Woodbury. (See First District, Pennsyl- 
vania.) 

]S1EW MEXICO. 

Santa Fe 

Socorro 

Albuquerque 



Number 
of 



10 



21 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



First . 



Second . 



Third . 



Fourth . 



Fifth 



Sixth 



Seventh . 



Eighth . 



Ninth . 



Tenth . 



City or town. 



NEW YORK. 

Greater New York: 
New York County 

Kings County (from Second District) 

Queens County (from Second District). 
Richmond County (from Second District) 

Kings County. (See First District. ) 
Queens County. (See First District.) 
Richmond County. (See First District.) 



New Rochelle 
Port Chester.. 
Yonkers 



Number 
of 



Fishkill on the Hudson 

Matteawan 

Poughkeepsie 

Wappingers Falls 



Peekskill 

Sing Sing 

Tarry town 

Haverstraw (from Tenth District). 
Nyack (from Tenth District) 



Hoosick Falls 

Lansingburg 

Rensselaer 

Troy 

Mechanicsville (from Seventh District). 
Waterf ord (from Seventh District) 



Hudson. (See Ninth District.) 

Glens Falls i._. 

Sandy hill ' 

Whitehall . 

South Glens Falls (from Seventh District) . 

Malone 



Plattsburg.. 
Watertown . 
Ogdensburg 



Amsterdam. 
Fort Plain.. 
Qloversville 
Johnstown. . 



Ballston Spa 

Corinth [I.//.. 

Hadley 

Saratoga Springs 

Mechanicsville. (See Fourth District ) 
Waterford. (See Fourth District.) 
South Glens Falls. (See Fifth District ) 
Herkimer. (See Thirteenth District.) 
Ihon. (See Thirteenth District.) 
Littlefalls. (See Thirteenth District.) 

Albany 

Cohoes ^"_""_ " 

Green Island -!--"'!~^ 

Schenectady _ '"" 

Watervliet (West Troy)" 1 .! ^ """]"] ^ ^ ^ ^ "" " 

Ellenville » 

Kingston ^_ "]' '" 

Saugerties ... ""^" 



Athens .... 

Catskill ---]-!^]^^r" 

Coxsackie """" 

Hudson (from Fourth District) 

Middletown 

Newburgh ."."^ 

Port Jervis " 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



11 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



City or town. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



City or town. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



Tenth 

(Continued.) 

Eleventh 



Twelfth . 



Thirteenth 



Fourteenth . 



Fifteenth- 



Sixteenth 



Seventeenth . 



Eighteenth . 



KBW YORK-^Oontinued. 

Haverstraw. (See Third District.) 
Nyaok. (See Third District.) 

Binghampton 

Lestershire 

Norwich 

Owego (from Fifteenth District) 

Susquehanna, Pa. (from Fifth District, 
Pennsylvania). 

Oneonta 



Cortland. (See Fifteenth District.) 
Homer. (See Fifteenth District.) 



Baldwinsville - 

Solvay 

Syracuse 



Oanastota 
Oneida _.- 



Rome 

Utica - 

Herkimer (from Seventh District) 

Ilion (from Seventh District) 

Littlefalls (from Seventh District) 



Fulton _ 
Oswego 



Auburn 

Geneva 

Seneca Palls . 
Waterloo 



Clyde ._ 
Lyons _ _ 
Newark 



Canandaigua 
Penn Yan - - - 



Corning 
Elmira _ . 



Hornellsville — 

Wellsville (from Sixteenth District) 

Dansville (from Eighteenth District) 

Mount Morris (from Eighteenth District) -. 



Ithaca 

Cortland (from Eleventh District) 
Homer (from Eleventh District) . . 



Owego. (See Eleventh District.) 
Waverly. (See Fifth District, Pennsyl- 
vania. J 



Dunkirk _-. 
Fredonia _ - . 
Jamestown . 
Silvercreek . 
Westfield.-. 



Olean 

Salamanca 



Wellsville. (See Fifteenth District.) 



Buffalo 

Tonawanda 

Lockport (from Eighteenth District) 

Niagara Falls (from Eighteenth District) _ 
North Tonawanda (from Eighteenth Dis- 
trict). 



Batavia . 
Leroy - - - 
Warsaw . 



10 



28 



Eighteenth . 
(Continued.' 



Nineteenth _ 



First -. 
Second . 
Third.. 



Fourth . 

Fifth .. 
Sixth .. 



Seventh . 

Eighth.. 
Ninth... 



First - 



First . 



Second . 



ISTEW YOEK— Continued. 



Albion 

Medina 

Brbckport (from Nineteenth District) . 



Dansville. (See Fifteenth District.) 
Mount Morris. (See Fifteenth District.) 
Lockport. (See Seventeenth District.) 
Niagara Falls. (See Seventeenth District.) 
North Tonawanda. (See Seventeenth Dis- 
trict.) 



Pairport . 
Rochester 



Brockport. (See Eighteenth District.) 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
No cities withdrawn. 

Goldsboro 

Wilmington 

Newbern 



Raleigh _ 

Durham (from Fifth District) 



Fayetteville 

Durham. (See Fourth District.) 



Greensboro . 
High Point . 



Reidsville 

Salem 

Winston 

Charlotte 

Concord 

Salisbury 

No Cities withdrawn. 

Asheville 

NORTH DAKOTA. 



Fargo 

Moorhead, Minn, (from Seventh District, 
Minnesota). 



Grand Forks 



OHIO. 



Carthage 

Cincinnati 

Elmwood Place 

Lockland 

Norwood 

Lebanon (from Fifth District) 

Bellevue, Ky. (from Sixth District, Ken- 
tucky). 
Covington, Ky. (from Sixth District, Ken- 
tucky). 
Dayton, Ky. (from Sixth District, Ken- 
tucky). 
Ludlow, Ky. (from Sixth District, Ken- 
tucky). 
Newport, Ky. (from Sixth District, Ken- 
tucky). 

Dayton 

Miamisburg 

Xenia (from Fifth District) 



12 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Second 

(Continued.) 



Third . 



Fourth . 



Fifth 



Sixth 



Seventh . 



Eighth . 



Ninth . 



Tenth 



Eleventh . 



City or town. 



OHIO— Continued. 

Hamilton 

Middletown 

Franklin (from Fifth District) . 



Celina 

Delphos 

Lima 

St. Mary 

Wapakoneta 

Van Wert (from Fourth District) . 

Greenville. (See Sixth District.) 
Sidney. (See Sixth District.) 



Bryan 

Defiance . 
Napoleon . 



Van Wert. (See Third District.) 
Hillsboro 



Lebanon. (See First District.) 
Franklin. (See Second District.) 
Xenia. (See Second District.) 
Wilmington. (See Sixth District.) 

Springfield 

Urbana (from Seventh District) 



Piqua _ 

Troy 

Greenville (from Third District) . 
Sidney (from Third District) 



Washington 0. H 

Wilmington (from Fifth District) . 



Circleville 

Bellefontaine . 



Delaware _ _ 
Marysville 



Findlay 

North Baltimore (from Eighth District) 

Kenton _. 

Urbana. (See Sixth District.) 

Toledo 

North Baltimore. (See Seventh District.) 
Ironton 



Portsmouth 

Ashland, Ky. (from Ninth District, Ken- 
tucky). 



Jackson - 
Wellston 



Gallipolis. (See Tenth District.) 
Chillicothe 



Middleport 

Pomeroy 

Gallipolis (from Ninth District) . 



Athens 

Nelsonville . 



Columbus 

Newark ... 
Lancaster . 



Number 
of 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Twelfth . 



Thirteenth 



Fourteenth . 



Fifteenth. 



Sixteenth. 



Seventeenth . 



Eighteenth _ . . 



Nineteenth . 



City or town. 



OHIO— Continued. 



Sandusky 

Fostoria _ _ 
Tiffin 



Number 

of 
agents. 



Bucyrus 
Gal ion ._ 



Fremont 



Marion 

Upper Sandusky 



Bellevue 
Norwalk 



Mansfield 
Shelby ... 



Elyria 
Lorain 



Mount Vernon . 

Cambridge 

Zanesville 

Marietta 



Mingo Junction. 

Steuben ville 

Toronto 



Barnesville. (See First District, West 
Virginia.) 

Bellaire. (See First District, West Vir- 
ginia.) 

Bridgeport. (See First District, West Vir- 
ginia.) 

Martins Ferry. (See First District, West 
Virginia.) 



Akron 

Barberton 

Cuyahoga Falls. 



Canal Dover 

Dennison . 

New Philadelphia 
Uhrichsville 



Wooster . . . 
Coshocton . 



Alliance.. 

Canton 

Massillon 



Youngstown _ 



East Liverpool _ 
Wellsville 



Leetonia 
Salem __ 



Ashtabula . 
Conneaut.. 



Niles __ 
Warren 



Kent 

Ravenna .. 

Painesville 

Cleveland . 



3 
2 

2 
2 
1 

2 

1 



1 
16 



CITIES AND TOWNS WiTHDEAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



13 



supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



First - 



First . 



Second . 



First - 



Second . 



Third . 



Fourth . 



Fifth 



City or town. 



OKr,AHOMA. 

Guthrie 

Oklahoma 

OREGON. 

Salem 

Oregon City. (See Second District.) 

Portland __ 

Oregon City (from First District) 

Astoria ^ 

Baker 

Lagrande 



PENIiTSYIiVAJSriA. 

Philadelphia 

Bristol (from Second District) 

Darby (from Second District) 

Camden, X. J. (from Sixth District, New 

Jersey). 
Gloucester, N. J. (from Sixth District, 

New Jersey). 
Woodbury, N. J. (from Sixth District, 

New Jersey). 



Number 
ol 



Bridgeport 

Conshohocken . 

Norristown 

PhcEnixville . . . 



Chester 
Media _ 



Coatesville .. 
Westchester . 



Bristol. (See First District.) 
Darby. (See First District.) 
Pottstown. (See Seventh District.) 



Allentown 

Bethlehem 

Catasauqua 

Slatington 

South Bethlehem - 
West Bethlehem.. 



Bangor 

Easton 

Pen Argyle 

Stroudsburg (from Fourth District) 

PhUlipsburg, N. J. (from Third District, 

New Jersey). 
Washington, N. J. (from Third District, 

New Jersey). 



East Mauch Chunk. 

Lansf ord 

Lehighton 

Mauch Chunk 

Summithill 



Carbondale . 
Dunmore . . 
Scranton _ - . 
Taylor 



Stroubsburg. (See Third District.) 



Athens 

Sayre 

Towanda 

Waverly, N. Y. (from Fifteenth District, 
New York). 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Fifth 

(Continued.) 



Sixth 



Seventh . 



135 i 



Eighth . 



Ninth . 



Tenth 



Eleventh . 



Twelfth . 



City or town. 



PE]Snsr8YLVA]SriA— Continued. 

Hawley 

Honesdale 

Susquehanna. (See Eleventh District, 
New York.) 

Santicoke 

Pittston 

Plymouth 

West Pittston 

Wilkesbarre .._ 

Hazleton 

Berwick 

Bloomsburg 

Danville (from Tenth District) 

Birdsboro 

Hamburg J 

Reading 

Pottstown (from Second District) 

Ashland 

Mahanoy City 

Minersville 

Orwigsburg 

Pottsville 

St. Clair . 

Schuylkill Haven 

Shenandoah ; 

Tamaqua 

Columbia 

Ephrata 

Lancaster 

Manheim 

Marietta 

New Holland. 

Hanover 

Wrightsville 

York 

Harrisburg 

Lebanon 

Middletown 

Steelton 

Carlisle 

Mechanicsburg 

Shippensburg. (See Twelfth District.) 

Shamokin , 

Lewisburg 

Milton 

Watsontowji 

Northumberland 

Sunbury 

Belief onte 

Dubois 

Danville. (See Sixth District.) 

South Williamsport 

Williamsport 

Chambersburg 

Greencastle 

Waynesboro 

Shippensburg (from Ninth District) 

Huntingdon 

Lewistown 



14 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN PROM ENUMERATORS. 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



Thirteenth . 



Fourteenth . 



Fifteenth 



Sixteenth _-. 
Seventeenth . 



Eighteenth . 



. Nineteenth . 



First . 



City or town. 



PENNSTLTAKIA-^Qontinued. 



Altoona 

Hollidaysburg . 
Tyrone 



Johnstown 



Bradford 
Warren _. 
Erie 



Franldin _ 
Oil City- - 
Titusville 



Meadville 

Corry 

No cities withdrawn. 



Connellsville 
Uniontown _. 



Charleroi 

Monongahela . 
Washington _. 



Allegheny 

Braddock 

Carnegie 

Coraopolis 

Duquesne 

Etna 

Homestead 

McKeesport _-_ 
McKees Rocks. 

Millvale 

Pittsburg 

Rankin 

Sharpsburg 

Tarentum _ _ i _ _ 

Turtlecreek 

Wilkinsburg __ 
Wilmerding 



Greenville _ . 

Sharon 

Sharpsville . 



Beaverf alls 

New Brighton . 
Rochester 



Newcastle 

Butler 

RHODE ISLAND. 



Central Palls 

Cranston 

East Providence . 

Johnston 

Providence 

Lincoln 

Pawtucket 



Burrillville 

Cumberland 

North Smithfield 

Smithfield 

Woonsocket 



Hopkinton 

North Kingston - 
South Kingston. 
Westerly 



Number 

of 
1 agents. 



} 



19 



19 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



First 

(Continued.) 



First . 



Second . 



Third . 



Fourth . 



Fifth - 



Sixth 



First... 
Second . 



City or town. 



Number 

of 
agents. 



RHODE ISLAKD— Continued. 



Coventry 

East Greenwich - 
Warwick 



Newport 



Bristol _. 
Tiverton 
Warren _ 



Scituate 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Charleston " 

Beaufort 



Columbia.-. 
Orangeburg. 
Sumter 



Newberry 

Anderson. (See Fourth District.) 

Clifton 

Greenville 

Spartanburg 

Anderson (from Third District). .- 

Camden 

Chester 

Rockhill 

No cities withdrawn. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

No cities withdrawn. 

Sioux Falls 

Yankton 

TENNESSEE. 



First Bristol 

Johnson City 



Second . 



Third 



Fourth . 
Fifth... 
Sixth .. 



Seventh . 
Eighth . . 



Bristol, Ya. (from Ninth District, Vir- 
ginia). 

Harriman 

KnoxVille 

Chattanooga 

Cleveland 

South Pittsburg 

Dayton 

No cities withdrawn. 

Nashville . 

Clarksville 

Columbia 



Ninth . 



Jackson 

Humboldt (from Ninth District). 
Trenton (from Ninth District) . . _ 



Dyersburg _ 
Union City _ 

Brownsville 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



15 



Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh . . 

Twelfth.-., 
Thirteenth . 



First . 



Denison . 
Sherman 



Gainesville __ 

Greenville 

Fort Worth 

Weatherford 

No cities withdrawn. 

San Antonio 

El Paso 

Dallas 

Cleburne 



Marshall 

Jeflferson (from First District) 



Beaumont . 
Orange 



Corsicana. 
Marlin ___ 
Waco 



Bryan . _ 
Calvert 
Hearn _ 

Austin - 
Taylor _ 

Belton - 
Temple 



Galveston 

Houston 

No cities withdrawn. 
Brownsville 



Cuero --- 
Yoakum. 



Corpus Christi 



UTAH. 



Park City 

Salt Lake Oity. 



Brigham 
Ogden -- 



Lehi City . 
Prove City 
Springville 



Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 


City or town. 


Number 

of 
agents. 




TENNESSEE— Continued. 




Ninth 

(Continued.) 


Humboldt. (See Eighth District.) 
Trenton. (See Eighth District.) 




Tenth 


Memphis 


2 




TEXAS. 




First--- 


Jeflferson. (See Seventh District.) 





Supervisor's dis- 
trict. 



if 



:!} 



First . 



City or town. 



VEKMOISTT. 



Brandon 

Pairhaven 

i Poultney 

Proctor 

Rutland 

West Rutland 



Burlington 
Colchester 



Barre 

Montpelier 
Northfield - 

St. Albans 
Swanton..- 



Lyndon 

St. Johnsbury' 

Rockingham- - 
Springfield 



Brattleboro - 
Bennington 



Derby 

Newport 



First - - - 
Second - 

Third "- 

Fourth . 
Fifth. . . 
Sixth .. 

Seventh 

Eighth - 

Ninth . . 
Tenth . 

First . - . 



VIRGINIA. 

Fredericksburg . . : 



Berkley 

Hampton 

Newport News.-- 

Norfolk 

Portsmouth 

Suffolk 




Manchester : 

Richmond 

Petersburg (from Fourth District) 

Petersburg. (See Third District.) 

Danville - 

Lynchburg 



' Number 
I of 
agents. 



Chariot esville 

Winchester 

Harrisonburg. (See Tenth District.) 

Alexandria. (See First District, District 
of Columbia.) 

Bristol. (See First District, Tennessee.) 



Buena vista 
Lexington . 



Staunton 

Harrisonburg (from Seventh District) . 



WASHINGTON. 



Everett 

Seattle 

Snohomish 

Tacoma - . . 



Fairhaven 

Xew What com 



16 



CITIES AND TOWNS WITHDRAWN FROM ENUMERATORS. 



Superpisor's dis- 
trict. 


City or town. 


Number supervisor's dis- 
agents. ' '"<=«■ 


City or town. 


Number 

of 
agents. 


Second 


WASKllS'GTOJSr— Continued. 
Spokane ._ . -j 


1 
[ 1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

} ' 

f ■ 

f ^ 
} ' 

• 22 


Fifth 

Sixth .-_ 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Ninth :__ 

First 


W ISCONSIN— Continued. 
- Kenosha . 


( 
f 

( 
( 

■ 

J 






Dayton .. 


Racine . . 


2 




Sheboygan .. _. ._ .. 






Walla Walla 


2 


First 


WEST VIRGINIA. 

Benwood _ . _ 


Port Washington. (See Fourth District.) 
Appleton 






Wheeling.- __. _._ 


Kaukauna 






Barnesville, Ohio (from Fifteenth Dis- 
. trict, Ohio). 

Bellaire, Ohio (from Fifteenth District, 
Ohio). 

Bridgeport, Ohio (from Fifteenth District, 
Ohio). 

Martins Ferry, Ohio (from Fifteenth Dis- 
trict, Ohio). 

Martinsburg 


Menasha (from Third District) 


2 




Neenah (from Third District) 






Depere _.._ 




,• 


Greenbay 


2 




Centralia 






Grand Rapids.- 


1 




Stevens Point .- - - 




Second . . _ _ . 


Marshfield 






Charleston 


1 


Third 


Eau Claire -_ - 






Huntington _ .. 




Fourth 


Chippewa Falls (from Ninth District) 

Menomonie (from Ninth District) 


2 




Parkfersburg _ 




La Crosse- 






WISCONSIN. 

Madison . . . 






Sparta . - ..... 


2 




Tomah . 




First 


Marinette 






Portage 






Stoughton 


Oconto 






Beloit 


Menominee, Mich, (from Twelfth District, 
Michigan;. 

Antiffo 


2 




Janesville _ ... .... 






Monroe 






Beaverdam ^ 


Merrill .. ____ 


9 




AVausau 


"* 




Watertown . _ 


Ashland -- 






Fort Atkinson . _ _ _ . 






Washburn (from Ninth District) 


1 




Jeflferson 




Second 




Hurley 






Eeedshurg . 


Bessemer (from Twelfth District, Michi- 
gan). 

Ironwood (from Twelfth District, Michi- 
gan). 

Rhinelander . . _ 




Third 


Fond du Lac. ._ .. 


i 




Oshkosh ... . 




1 


Berlin 






Ripon . 


Tomahawk ^ . - 


1 




Waupun . 


Superior 






Manitowoc 


1 




Chippewa Falls. (See Seventh District. )» 
Menomonie. (See Seventh District ) 
Washburn. (See Eighth District.) 
Hudson, (See Fourth District, Minnesota.) 

WYOMING. 

Cheyenne 






Two Rivers 




Fourth 


Menasha. (See Sixth District.) 
Neenah. (See Sixth District.) 

Milwaukee . .. 






North Milwaukee . _ 






South Milwaukee '_'_ 


1 
1 




Port Washington (from Fifth'oistricV).'!^! 




Laramie 



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x.x:b^^2 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 3. 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 



January 22, 1900. 



NAMES Am ADDKESSES OF SUPERVISOES OF CENSUS. 



Department of the Interior, 
Census Office, 

Washington, D. C, January 10, 1900. 

By the terms of an act approved March 3, 1899, for taking the Twelfth and subsequent censuses, the 
Director of the Census is required to designate the number of supervisors of census to be appointed within 
each State and Territory, the District of Columbia, Alaska, and the Hawaiian Islands, who shall be 
appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, provided that the number of 
such supervisors shall not exceed three hundred ; but in the enumeration of the population and products of 
Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands, the Director of the Census maj employ supervisors an4 enumerators, or 
special agents, as he may deem necessary. 

In accordance with this provision, the country has been divided into three hundred districts, two hundred 
and ninety-seven of which are to be under the direct charge of one supervisor each; two of which, in 
Alaska, are to be in charge of one special agent each ; and one, the Hawaiian Islands, to be in charge of 
one special agent. A full description of these several districts is contained in Census Bulletin No. 1 (revised 
edition), published under date of April 17, 1899. 

The following statement gives the names and addresses of the persons who have been appointed to 
serve as supervisors of census and special agents in their respective districts. 

Yery respectfully, 




Director of the Census. 




(13125 5050.) 



C— 140 



NAMES OF PEESOIS^S APPOINTED TO SERVE AS SUPEEVISOES OF CENSUS, 

BY STATES AND SUPERVISORS' DISTRICTS. 



ALABAMA. 



Supervisors' Districts. 



Names and Addresses. 



1 


First district 


Joel W. Goldsby, Lock Box 466, Mobile. 

Albert Steinhart P O Box 63 (xrepTivillp Bntlpr fin 


9, 


Second district 


3 


Third district 


Asa E. Stratton, P. 0. Box 170, Troy, Pike Co. 
Jefferson J. Sims, Silver Run, Talladega Co. 


4 


Fourth district 


5 


Fifth district 


Rufus B. Smyer, Birmingham. 
John B. Long, Jasper, Walker Co. 
Daniel S. Jones, Moody, St. Clair Co. 


R 


Sixth district 


7 


Seventh district 


8 


Eighth district 


Walter W. Simmons, Courtland, Lawrence Co. 



ALASKA. 



Northern district 
Southern district. 



*Sam C. Dunham, Circle City (Special Agent). 
* William A. Kelly, Sitka (Special Agent). 



ARIZONA. 



One district 



Frederick A. Tritle, Prescott, Yavapai Co. 



ARKANSAS. 



13 




Cage Rembert, Helena, Phillips Co. 
James B. Baker, Melbourne, Izard Co. 


13 


Sftnnnd district 


14 


Third district 


William B. Moss, Jasper, Newton Co. 


15 
16 


Fourth district 

Fifth district 


James T. O'Hair, P. 0. Box 246, Little Rock. 
G-eorsre M. French, 215 Pleasant street. Hot Springs. 


17 




William F. Avera, Camden, Ouachita Co. 









*The work of enumeration in Alaska is in charge of two special agents instead of supervisors. 



CALIFORNIA. 



No. 



Stjpervisors' Districts. 



18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



First district . . 
Second district. 
Third district . . 
Fourth district 
Fifth district . . 
Sixth district . . 



Names and Addresses. 



Carl C. Plehn, 2308 Warring street, Berkeley, Alameda Co. 
John D. Mackenzie, Sau Jose, Santa Clara Co. 
Stephen H. Olmsted, San Rafael, Marin Co. 
Thomas W. O'Neil, 230 K street, Sacramento. 
Alexander M. Drew, Temple Bar Building, Fresno. 
Frank F. Davis, 631 Douglas Building, Los Angeles. 



COLORADO. 



24 
25 



First district 



Frank S. Tesch, (308 People's Bank Building, Denver. 



Second district William H. Brisbane, P. O. Box 155, Leadville. 



CONNECTICUT. 



26 



One district 



Samuel A. Eddy, Canaan, Litchfield Co. 



DELAWARE. 



27 



One district ! Jonathan S. Willis, Milford, Kent Co. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



28 



One district 



Harrison Dingman, P. O. Box 262, Washington. 



FLORIDA. 



29 First district . . 

30 Second district . 



Richard Turnbull, Monticello, Jefferson Co. 
John M. Cheney, Orlando, Orange Co. 



GEORGIA. 



31 
32 
33 
34 



First district . . 
Second district. 
Third district . . 



Fourth district . 



Henry Blun, jr., P. 0. Box 345, Savannah. 

Henry W. Hopkins, P. O. Box 22, ThomasviUe, Thomas Co. 

Henry Wetteroth, Americus, Sumter Co. 

Melville L. Covington, CarroUton, Carroll Co. 



C— 140 



GEORGIA— Continued. 



No. 


SuPEEYisoRs' Districts. 


Names and Addresses. 




85 


Fifth district 


James W. Anderson, Covington, Newton Co. 




8f) 


Sixth, district 


Judson M. Strickland, Griffin, Spalding Co. 
George D. Anderson, Marietta, Cobb Co. 




37 


Seventh district 




88 


Eighth district 


Elbert L. Campbell, Eudora, Jasper Co. 
John H. Witzel, Blue Ridge, Fannin Co. 




89 


Ninth district 




40 


Tenth district . . ... 


Edward D. Smythe, P. 0. Box 626, Augusta. 
Alexander Akerman, P. 0. Box 88, Diiblin, Laurens Co. 




41 


Eleventh district 





43 



HAWAII. 



One district i*Alatau T. Atkinson, Honolulu (Special Agent). 



43 One district 



IDAHO. 



William H. Savidge, 916 Fort street, Boise. 



ILLINOIS. 



44 
45 
46 
4? 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 



First district , 

Second district 

Third district 

Fourth district .... 

Fifth district 

Sixth district 

Seventh district . . . . 
Eighth district .... 

Ninth district 

Tenth district .... . 
Eleventh district. . . 
Twelfth district.... 
Thirteenth district 



George F. Gilbert, 154 Lake street, Chicago. 

William Jackson, Shabbona, De Kalb Co. 

Horatio C. Burchard, Freeport, Stephenson Co. 

William C. Galloway, Aledo, Mercer Co. 

William E. Birkenbeuel, 160 Marquette street, Lasalle, Lasalle Co. 

John B. Fithian, 327 Barber Building, Joliet. 

Edwin S. Swigart, Champaign, Champaign Co. 

Garrett De F. Kinney, P. O. Box 664, Peoria. 

Gerald M. Finlay, Lock Drawer "Z," Augusta, Hancock Co. 

Thomas Worthington, 305 West State street, Jacksonville, Morgan Co. 

Edward D. Blinn, Lincoln, Logan Co. 

James M. Truitt, Hillsboro, Montgomery Co. 

Fenton W. Booth, Marshall, Clark Co. 



* The work of enumeration in Hawaii is in charge of a special agent instead of a supervisor. 



C— 140 



ILLINOIS— Continued. 



No. 


Supervisors' Districts. 


Names and Addresses. 


57 
58 
59 


Fourteenth district 

Fifteenth, district 

Sixteenth district 


Theodore G. Eisley, Mt. Carmel, Wabash Co. 
Henry J. Schmidt, Nashville, Washington Co. 
Jonathan C. Willis, Metropolis, Massac Co. 



60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 



73 



INDIANA. 



First district . . . 
Second district. . 
Third district ... 
Fourth district . . , 
Fifth district . . . . 
Sixth district . . . . 
Seventh district. . 
Eighth district . . 
Ninth district . . . . 
Tenth district . . . . 
Eleventh district . 
Tvs^elf th district . . 



Charles G. Covert, U. S. Government Building, Evansville. 

John C. Billheimer, Washington, Daviess Co. 

Joseph D. Poutch, U. S. Court-House and P. O. Building, New Albany. 

Charles W. Lee, Lawrenceburg, Dearborn Co. 

Isaac L. Wimmer, Rockville, Parke Co. 

John F. Thompson, Newcastle, Henry Co. 

Vincent G. Clifford, 806 Stevenson Building, Indianapolis. 

Arthur L. Sharpe, Bluffton, Wells Co. 

Arthur E. Bradshaw, Delphi, Carroll Co. 

Eli N. Norris, 3 South Franklin street, Valparaiso, Porter Co. 

Orlando A. Somers, Kokomo, Howard Co. 

Sol A. Wood, Angola, Steuben Co. 



Thirteenth district i David B. J. Schafer, Lock Box 781, South Bend. 



INDIAN TERRITORY. 



One district i William H. Darrough, Wyandotte. 



IOWA. 



74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 



First district . . 
Second district . 
Third district . 
Fourth district. 
Fifth district . . 
Sixth district . . 



John W. Rowley, Keosauqua, Van Buren Co. 
Clinton D. Eaton, Wilton Junction, Muscatine Co. 
John W. Krapfel, Waterloo, Blackhawk Co. 
George H. Markley, Lansing, Allamakee Co. 
Jacob W. Doxsee, Monticello, Jones Co. 
Albert H. Fortune, Bloomfield, Davis Co. 



O-140 



lO W A— Continued. 



No. 


Supervisors' Districts. 


Names and Addresses. 




80 


Seventli district 


Samuel C. Smith, Winterset, Madison Co. 




81 


Eighth district 


Francis M. Kyte, Osceola, Clarke Co. 




9.9. 


Ninth district 


Frank F. Everest, U. S. Post-Office Building, Council Bluffs. 
John T. Drug, Stratford, Hamilton Co. 
William E. Hamilton, Odebolt, Sac Co. 




SR 


Tenth district 




84 


Eleventh district 





KANSAS. 



First district ' Andrevf J. White, Todd, Atchison Co. 



Second district. 



James M. Humphrey, Fort Scott, Bourbon Co. 



Third district Asa Smith, 1509 Johnson avenue. Parsons, Labette Co. 



Fourth district . 
Fifth district . . . 
Sixth district . . . 
Seventh district. 



Charles S. Briggs, Carbondale, Osage Co. 
William H. Smith, Marysville, Marshall Co. 
Charles W. Landis, Osborne, Osborne Co. 
James C. 0. Morse, Hutchinson, Reno Co. 



KENTUCKY. 



First district 

Second district . . . 
Third district . . . . 
Fourth district . . 

Fifth district 

Sixth district . . . . 
Seventh district. . 
Eighth district . . . 
Ninth district . . . . 
Tenth district . . . . 
Eleventh district. 



Alfred C. Moore, Marion, Crittenden Co. 

Elisha M. Flack, Hopkinsville, Christian Co. 

Walker Wilkins, Elkton, Todd Co. 

William N. Foster, Greensburg, Green Co. 

Charles K. Caron, 311 West Jefferson street, Louisville. 

Robert H. Elliston, Williamstown, Grant Co. 

Erastus Bainbridge, Owenton, Owen Co. 

John Bright, Stanford, Lincoln Co. 

Clarence G. McAlister, Owingsville, Bath Co. 

Henry S. Howes, Paintsville, Johnson Co. 

Jeremiah G. Forester, Harlan, Harlan Co. 



C— 140 



LOUISIANA. 



No. 

KKi 

101 
lOf) 
lOli 



Suri'.u visors' Districts. 

Kii'sl <listi'ict 

SiH'iiiiil district 

Tliinl district 

Fourtli district 



Names and Addresses. 



in: ' Fiftli district 



lOS 



Sixth dislric 



Albci't E. Livaxidais, 144 Carondelet street, New Orleans. 
P(>tcv H. Segura, Lock Box 181, New Iberia, Iberia Parish. 
William Clegg, Lock Box 30, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish. 
William B. Peyton, Keatchie, De Soto Parish. 
Chaides W Phillips, Lonewa, Ouachita Parish. 
John Yoist, Newroads, Pointe Coupee Parish. 



MAINE. 



101) ! Firs! dislrict Jjunos A. Place, South Berwick, York Co. 

1 10 Second district i Elmer P. Spofford, Deer Isle, Hancock Co. 



3IAK\'L,AND. 



Ill Kirst district Oscar L. Quinlan, Glenn Building, 12 St. Paul street, Baltimore. 

11-.' Second district B. Gootee Stevens, Williston, Caroline Co. 

li:! Tliird district William T. S. Rollins, Seat Pleasant, Prince George Co^ 

114 I Fourth district 1 Adolplms H. Harrington, Frederick, Frederick Co. 



.MASSACHUSETTS. 



11') One district Horace G. Wadlin, State House, Boston. 



^IIOHIGAN. 



1 1(! First disivict 

11? Second district. . . . 

US ' Third district 

1 1!> : Fourtli district . . . 

l-,Hi Fifth district 



Flavins L. Brooke, 55 Xewberry Building, Detroit. 

Festus R. :Metcalf, Adrian, Lenawee Co. 

Charles H. Gurney, vVii; West street X., Hillsdale, HUlsdale Co. 

Benjamin S. Wing. Hastings, Barry Co. 

Etliel M. Allen, Portland, Ionia Co. 

'■'M ^'^"' '^•'^^^•'^•^' ^ l^''l'^^'-< ^'- <^lii^^-on, IT. S. Post-Ol^ice Building, Lansing. 

1 --'-O SeN ent h dist rid (^ eorge H. Brown, Port Huron, St. Clair Co. 



l'-?:i Fight h distric 
I'- 1 Nintli district , 



Otto L. Spragne, Owusso, Shiawa.ssee Co. 
.lanu's K. Flood, Hart. Oceana Co. 



O-140 



MICHIGAN— Continued. 



No. 



125 

126 
127 



Supervisors' Districts. 



Tenth district 

Eleventh district . 



Names and Addwesses. 



Charles R. Jackson, East Tawas, Iosco Co. 
Charles L. Rarden, Greenville, Montcalm Co. 



Twelfth district i Robert J. Bates, Ironwood, Gogebic Co. 



128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 



142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 



MINNESOTA. 



First district Lewis D. Frost, Winona, Winona Co. 

Second district James G. Hamlin, Blue Earth City, Faribault Co. 

Third district Harry B. Wakefield, Lock Box "I," Hutchinson, McLeod Co. 

Fourth district Edward Yanish, St. Paul. 

Fifth district Charles S. Cairns, 723 Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis. 

Sixth district Arthur IST. Dare, Elk River, Sherburne Co. 

Seventh district | Elmer E. Adams, Fergus Falls, Ottertail Co. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



135 


First district 


Harvey E. Fitts, P. 0. Box 68, Aberdeen, Monroe Co. 
William A. McDonald, Holly Springs, Marshall Co. 
Charles Banks, Clarksdale, Coahoma Co. 
Gines E. Galceran, Sturgis, Oktibbeha Co. 
Robert M. Bourdeaux, Meridian, Lauderdale Co. 
William H. Mounger, Enterprise, Clarke Co. 
Willis E. MoUison, Vicksburg, Warren Co. 




136 


Second district 




137 


Third district 




138 
139 


Fourth district 

Fifth district 


^ 


140 


ftivlli district 




141 


Seventh district 





MISSOURI. 



First district 

Second district . . 
Third district . . . 
Fourth district . 
Fifth district . . . 
Sixth district . . . 
Seventh district. 
Eighth district . 



Samuel J. Harrison, Hannibal, Marion Co. 

Jo Broaddus, Chillicothe, Livingston Co. 

James F. Reed, P. 0. Box "A," Liberty, Clay Co. 

Elmer E. E. McJimsey, 210 N. Main street, Maryville, Nodaway Co. 

George J. Baer, 437 Gibraltar Building, Kansas City. 

Joseph M. Pidcock, Greenfield, Dade Co. 

Harry H. Parsons, Marshall, Saline Co. 

John W. Vosholl, Linn, Osage Co. < 



10 



MISSOURI— Continued. 



SuPEEVisoEs' Districts. 

Ninth district 

Tenth, district 

Eleventh district . . . . , 

Twelfth district 

Thirteenth district . . 

One district 

First district 
Second distr: 
Third distric 
Fourth distr 
Fifth distric 
Sixth distric 

One district .... 

One district .... 

First district . . . 
Second district. 
Third district . . 
Fourth district 
Fifth district . . 
Sixth district . . 



Names and Addresses. 



Charles A. Davault, Farber, Audrain Co. 

Frank W. Rauchenstein, Clayton, St. Louis Co. 

Jerome S. Higgins, 110 Fourth street, St. Louis. 

Benjamin T. Walker, Dexter, Stoddard Co. 

Barton J. Morrow, P. O. Box 742, Neosho, Newton Co. 



MONTANA. 



John E. Rickards, Butte. 



NEBRASKA. 



156 


First district 


Frederick W. Miller, Lock Box 128, Falls City, Richardson Co. 


157 


Second district 


Daniel H. Wheeler, Omaha. 


158 


Third district 


William E. Peebles, Pender, Thurston Co. 


159 
160 


Fourth district 

Fifth district 


Thomas E. Hibbert, Adams, Gage Co. 
Isaiah D. Evans, Kenesaw, Adams Co. 


161 


Sixth district 


John T. Mallalieu, Kearney, Buffalo Co. 







NEVADA. 



Earl W. Tremont, Eureka, Eureka Co. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Daniel F. Healy, 600 "The Kennard," Manchester. 



NEW JERSEY. 



John H. Weastell, 161 Monticella avenue, Jersey City. 
Samuel A. Smith, U. S. Government Building, Newark. 
James M. Denton, 238 Main street, Paterson. 
Charles S. Tunis, 417 George street. New Brunswick. 
William L. James, P. 0. Box 77, Riverton, Burlington Co. 
John Blowe, U. S. Post-Office Building, Camden, Camden Co. 



C— 140 



11 

NEW MEXICO. 



Supervisors' Districts. 



Names and Addresses. 



One district. 



Pedro Sanchez, P. 0. Box 36, Santa Fe. 



NEW YOKK. 



First district 

Second district .... 

Third district 

Fourth district .... 

Fifth district 

Sixth district 

Seventh district . . . 
Eighth district .... 

Ninth district 

Tenth district 

Eleventh district . . 
Twelfth district... 
Thirteenth district 
Fourteenth district 
Fifteenth district . 



Charles S. Wilbur, 84 World Building, New York. 

Walter B. Atterbury, ^57 Broadway, New York. 

James L. Williams, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co. 

Matthew A. Heeran, 87 Broadway, Rensselaer, Albany P. O. 

Frank S. Steenberge, North Bangor, Franklin Co. 

Frederic A. Weed, Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co. 

William B. Collins, 13 South Main street, Glovers ville, Fulton Co. 

James R. Stevens, 59 Oneida street, Cohoes, Albany Co. 

Frank D. Cole, Cairo, Greene Co. 

Edgar M. Gordon, 23 Sullivan avenue, Port Jervis, Orange Co. 

Joseph Schnell, 8 Main street, Binghamton. 

John T. Roberts, Syracuse. 

John Batchelor, 95 Rutger street, Utica. 

Reuben J. Myers, U. S. Post-Office Building, Auburn. 

Warren S. Hodgman, Painted Post, Steuben Co. 

Sixteenth district t John A. Warren, 4 Main street, Fredonia, Chautauqua Co. 

Seventeenth district .... I James A. Hamilton, U. S. Post-Office Building, Buffalo. 



Eighteenth district . . 
Nineteenth district . . . 



Albert J. Slaight, West Sparta, Livingston Co. 

John W. Hannan, U. S. Government Building, Rochester. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



190 


First d istrict 


Wheeler Martin, Williamston, Martin Co. 
Augustus M. Moore, Greenville, Pitt Co. 
David J. Lewis, Whiteville, Columbus Co. 
Joseph J. Jenkins, Pittsboro, Chatham Co. 
John T. B. Hoover, Oxford, Granville Co. 
Walter B. Steele, Highpoint, Guilford Co. 




191 


RficoTid district 




192 


Third district 




IQ^ 


TTnnrtli Hlfttfiot 




1Q4- 


Fi f th district 




195 


Sixth district 


C— 140 



12 



NOKTH CAROLINA— Continued. 



No. 


Supervisors' Districts. 


Names and Addresses. 


196 
197 


Seventh district 

Eighth district 


Gustavus A. Bingham, Salisbury, Rowan Co. 
Osmund F. Pool, Taylorsville, Alexander Co. 
John A. Hendricks. Marshall. Madison Co. 


198 


Ninth district 









199 One district. 



200 

301 

202 

203 

204 

205 

206 

207 

208 

209 

210 

211 

212 

213 

214 

215 

216 

217 

218 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



First district 

Second district 

Third district 

Fourth district 

Fifth district 

Sixth district 

Seventh district 

Eighth district 

Ninth district 

Tenth district 

Eleventh district 

Twelfth district 

Thirteenth district .... 
Fourteenth district .... 

Fifteenth district 

Sixteenth district 

Seventeenth district . , . 

Eighteenth district 

Nineteenth district . 



219 



One district 



Andrew H. Laughlin, Lisbon, Ransom Co. 



OHIO. 



George Stoddard, U. S. Government Building, Cincinnati. 

Frank P. Richter, Reily Block, Hamilton, Builer Co. 

William Binkley, Sidney, Shelby Co. 

Urban H. Hester, 721 Elm street. Van Wert, Van Wert Co. 

Edward Q. Crane, Batavia, Clermont Co. 

Sylvester W. Durflinger, London, Madison Co. 

William T. Hoopes, Marysville, Union Co. 

Robert J. West, 1420 Madison street, Toledo. 

Winfield S. Lambert, South Webster, Scioto Co. 

Otto E. VoUenweider, McArthur, Vinton Co. 

Henry A. Williams, 514 Spahr Building, Columbus. 

Alexander Kiskadden, Tiffin, Seneca Co. 

Louis B. Fauver, Elyria, Lorain Co. 

Frank M. Martin, Lock Box 27, Caldwell, Noble Co. 

Isaac H. Gaston, St. Clairsville, Belmont Co. 

Harvey A. Kasson, 416 E. Market street, Akron, Summit Co. 

William M. Hostetter, Lisbon, Columbiana Co. 

Charles F. Brotherton, Lock Box 835, Ashtabula, Ashtabula Co. 

Edwin Batt, Arcade Building, Cleveland. 



OKLAHOMA. 



Ivan G. Conkling, Enid, Garfield Co. 



0—140 



13 
OREGON. 



No. 


SuPEKvisoRs' Districts. 


Names and Addresses. 


''W 


First district 


Curtis B. Winn, P. 0. Box 373, Albany, Linn Co. 
George F. Telfer, 66 East 30tli street, Portland. 


9,91 


Second district 







PENNS YL, VA NI A. 



322 


First district 


Harry D. Beaston, Room 113, City Hall, Philadelphia. 
D. Smith Talbot, West Chester, Chester Co. 


9,93 


Second district 


234: 


Third district 


Henry G. Seip, 137 S. Third street, Easton, Northampton Co. 
John R. Edwards, Mears Building, Scranton, Lackawanna Co. 


99,5 


Fourth, district 


336 


Fifth district 


Charles H. Ainey, Montrose, Susquehanna Co. 
Charles A. Durant, 72 Lincoln street, Wilkesbarre. 


327 


Sixth district 


338 


Seventh district 


Howard G. Reitzel, Malianoy City, Schuylkill Co. 


329 


Eighth district 


Albert F. Slienck, 3.5 E. Grant street, Lancaster, Lancaster Co. 


230 


Tfinth district 


James M. Barnett, New Bloomfield, Perry Co. 


231 


Tenth district 


Henry A. Reed, 28 Fifth street, Sunbury, Northumberland Co. 
Milford H. Stebbins, Wellsboro, Tioga Co. 


332 


Eleventh district 


233 


Twelfth district 


Charles A. Zerbe, Lewistown, Mifflin Co. 


334 


Thirteenth district 


George R. Scull, Somerset, Somerset Co. 


235 


Fourteenth district 


James L. Allison, Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co. 


236 


Fifteenth district 


William B. Sterrett, Titusville, Crawford Co. 


237 


Sixteenth district 


George W. Youngson, Parnassus, Westmoreland Co. 


238 


Seventeenth district .... 


Frank M. Fuller, Uniontown, Fayette Co. 


239 


Eighteenth district 


James M. Esler, U. S. Court- House and Post-Office Building, Pittsburg. 


240 


Nineteenth district 


James A. McMillin, Harlansburg, Lawrence Co. 



KHODE ISIiAND. 



One district 



George H. Webb, Posl-Office Box 169, Providence. 



14 



SOUTH CAROIilNA. 



SuPEEVisoES' District. 



First district . . . 
Second district. 
Third district . . 
Fourth district . 
Fifth district . . 
Sixth district . . 



First district . . 
Second district. 



First district . . . 
Second district . 
Third district . . 
Fourth district . 
Fifth district . . 
Sixth district . . 



Names and Addresses. 



Jonathan W. Wheeler, U. S. Post-Office Building, Charleston. 
Samuel A. Pearce, 12.30 Sumter street, Columbia, Eichland Co. 
David H. Russell, Anderson, Anderson Co. 
Andrew J. S. Thomas, Greenville, Greenville Co. 
Thomas J. Cunningham, Clowney, Chester Co. 
Lindsey J. Breeden, Bennettsville, Marlboro Co. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



John L. Burke, Hot Springs, Fall River Co. 
David Williams, Webster, Day Co. 



TENNESSEE. 



250 


First district 


Judson S. Hill, Morristown, Hamblen Co. 


261 


Second district 


.Ta.TTifiR R. PRnlandj TTnoxvillfij T^nmr Co. 


9,52 


Third district 


El-wood W. Mattson, 102 E. Eighth street, Chattanooga. 


253 


Fourth district 


George H. Morgan, Cookeville, Putnam Co. 


254 


Fifth district 


Joel J. Jones, Fayetteville, Lincoln Co. 
Peter P. Pickard, Waverly, Humphreys Co. 
Archelaus M. Hughes, Columbia, Maury Co. 


255 


Sixth district 


256 


Seventh district 


957 


Eighth district 


Daniel A. McDougal, Savannah, Hardin Co. 

James D. Senter, Humboldt, Gibson Co. 

Thomas F. Tobin, Lock Box 313, Memphis, Shelby Co. 


258 


Ninth district 


259 


Tenth district 







TEXAS. 



John B. Stephens, Mt. Pleasant, Titus Co. 

Robert M. Kelso, Denton, Denton Co. 

William D. Bell, Quanah, Hardeman Co. 

Samuel M. Vernon, Brownwood, Brown Co. 

Willis G. Robinson, 215 E. Houston street, San Antonio. 

Kennan S. Fisher, Lock Box 327, Ennis, Ellis Co. 



O— 140 



15 



TEXAS-Continuetl. 



No. 



266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 



Supervisors' Districts. 



Names and Addresses. 



Seventh district Jeff. D. Burns, Tyler, Smith Co. 

Eighth district Emmett W. Smith, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co. 

Ninth district j Dunn R. Emerson, Marlin, Falls Co. 

Tenth district I Edward R. McLean, U. S. Post-Office Building, Austin. 



Eleventh district . . . 
Twelfth district . . . . 
Thirteenth district. 



Hart Settle, Room 5, Heidenheimer Building, Galveston. 
Thomas H. Dwyer, Brenham, Washington Co. 
James 0. Luby, San Diego, Duval Co. 



UTAH. 



273 



One district j Arthur Pratt, Salt Lake City. 



VERMONT. 



274 One district I Walter B. Gates, Burlington. 



VIRGINIA. 



275 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 



First district . . . . 
Second district . . 
Third district . . . 
Fourth district . . 
Fifth district . . . 
Sixth district . . . 
Seventh district . 
Eighth district . . 
Ninth district . . . 
Tenth district . . . 



George T. Scarburgh, Accomac, Accomac Co. 

Henning E. Smith, Suffolk, Nansemond Co. 

Chapman P. Snead, Etna Mills, King William Co. 

Francis R. Lassiter, Petersburg. 

Charles M. Hirt, Rockymount, Franklin Co. 

Charles C. Carrington, P. 0. Box 2, Houston, Halifax Co. 

John M. Steck, Winchester, Frederick Co. 

Robert R. Campbell, Warrenton, Fauquier Co. 

George W. Blankenship, 472 Cumberland street, Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tenn. 

Robert T. Hubard, Boiling, Buckingham Co. 



WASHINGTON. 



285 
286 



First district . . 
Second district . 



Joseph B. McMillan, P. 0. Box 2, Fairhaven, Whatcom Co. 
Austin Mires, Ellensburg, Kittitas Co. 



16 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



No. 

287 
288 
289 
290 



Supervisors' Districts. 



First district . . 
Second district . 
Third district . . 
Fourth district 



300 One district 



Names and Addresses. 



Harvey W. Harmer, Clarksburg, Harrison Co. 
Lamar C. Powell, Fairmont, Marion Co. 
Edmund L. Dunn, Red Sulphur Springs, Monroe Co. 
Thomas A. Brown, Elizabeth, Wirt Co. 



WISCONSIN. 



391 


First district 


Andrew J. Turner, Portage, Columbia Co. 
Richard Meyer, Jr., Lancaster, Grant Co. 
Alonzo A. Loper, Ripon, Fond du Lac Co. 
Alfred G. Wright, Milwaukee. 


292 


Second district 


?.93 


Third district 


294 


Fourth district 


295 


Fifth district 


Eugene Mclntyre, Waldo, Sheboygan Co. 






29fi 


Sixth district 


Frank S. Baldwin, Waupaca, Waupaca Co. 






297 


Seventh district 


Charles S. Van Auken, La Crosse, La Crosse Co. 


298 


Eighth district 


John W. Miller, Wausau, Marathon Co. 
Jens B. Jenson, Ellsworth, Pierce Co. 


299 


Ninth district 







WYOMING. 



Charles W. Riner, 1621 Ferguson street, Cheyenne. 




DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, 
Census Office, 
Washington, D. C, October 20, igoo. 



NOTICE. 

Since the publication of Bulletin No. 4, giving the population of New Hampshire by 
counties and minor civil divisions, the following changes, due to typographical errors in 
said bulletin, have been made: 

The population of Fitzwilliam town, in Cheshire county, should be 987 instead of 
459, and that of Richmond town, in the same county, should be 459 instead of 987. 

The population of ward 3, Portsmouth city, in Rockingham county, should be 1,843 
instead of 1,391, and the population of ward 4 in the same city should be 1,391 instead 
of 1,843. 



Very respectfully, 




Director of the Census. 



-;^ 




190(1; l' 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 4. 



W^ASHINGTON, D. C. 



October 6, 1900. 



POPULATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, cliief statistician for population, gives the 
aggregate population of .New Hampshire by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the 
returns of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

New Hampshire was one of the original thirteen states. Table 1 shows the population of New Hampshire at each 
census from 1790 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each decade. 

Table 1.— POPULATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE : 1790 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEARS. 


Population. 


INCREASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


X900 


411,588 
376,530 
346,991 
318,300 
326,073 
317,976 
284,574 
269, 328 
244,022 
214, 460 
183,858 
141,885 


85,058 
29, 539 
28,691 
17,773 
8,097 
33,402 
15,246 
25,306 
29,562 
30,602 
41,973 


9.3 
8.5 
9.0 
12.3 
2.5 
11.7 
5.6 
10.3 
13.7 
16.6 
29.5 






]^37Q ^ 


lg60 








I^OQ 














1 Decrea 


e. 







The population of the state in 1900 is 411,588 as against 376,530 in 1890, representing an increase since 1890 of 
35 058 or 9 3 per cent This rate of increase has been substantially constant for three successive decades, having been 
8 5 per cent' for the decade from 1880 to 1890, and 9.0 per cent for the decade from 1870 to 1880. There was a 
decrease in the population of the state of 2.3 per cent from 1860 to 1870, and an increase of only 2.5 per cenf 
during the decade immediately preceding. ' w • * it7„n ti,o 

The population of New Hampshire in 1900 is nearly three times as large as the population given for 1790. The 
largest increase was for the decade from 1790 to 1800, when it was 41,973, or 29 5 per cent. 

The total land surface of New Hampshire is, approximately, 9,005 square miles, tne average number of persons to 
the square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows : 1890, 41.8 ; 1900, 45.7 ^ ^^^ . , . , ., 

Table 2 shows the population of New Hampshire by counties at each census from 1790 to 1900 inclusive while 
table 3, which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase (or decrease) by number and per cent during 
the ten years from 1890 to 1900. 

(CP15M). 



Tablb 2.— population OF NEW HAMPSHIRE BY COUNTIES : 1700 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


1900 


1890 


1880 


18J0 


1860 


1850 


1810 


1830 


1820 


1810 


1800 


1790 


The State 


411,588 


376,530 


346,991 


318,800 


326,073 


317,^76 


284,574 


269,328 


244,022 


214, 460 


183,858 


141,886 






Belknap 


19,526 
16, 895 
31,321 
29, 468 
40,844 

112,640 
52, 430 
51,118 
39, 337 
18,009 


20,321 
18,124 
29,579 
23,211 
37,217 

93,247 
49,435 
49, 650 
38,442 
17,304 


17,918 
18,224 
28,7:14 
18,580 
38,788 

75,634 
46,300 
49, 064 
35,558 
18, 161 


17, 681 
17,332 
27,265 
14,932 
39, 103 

64,238 
42, 151 
47, 297 
30, 243 
18,058- 


18,549 
20,465 
27,434 
13,161 
42,260 

62, 140 
41, 408 
50,122 
31, 493 
19,041 


17,721 
20,157 
30,144 
11,853 
42,343 

57,478 
40,337 
49, 194 
29,374 
19,375 














Carroll . 














Cheshire ^^ 


26,429 

9,849 

42,311 

42, 494 
36,253 
45,771 
61, 127 
20,340 


27,016 

8,388 

38,682 

37,724 
34,614 
44,325 
58, 910 
19,669 


45, 376 

5,549 

32, 989 

53,884 


40, 988 

3,991 

28,462 

49,249 


38,825 


28,772 


Coos _ 




Grafton 


23,093 
43,899 


13, 472 


Hillshoro. 


32, 871 


Merrimack- 




Rockingham 


55,107 
51,117 


50, 175 
41,595 


45,427 
32,614 


43 169 


Strafford _ 


23,601 


Sullivan 













Table 3.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE BY COUNTIES : 1890 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


INCKEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


The State 


35,058 


9.3 


Belknap _ 


1795 
1 1, 229 
1,742 
6,257 
8,627 

19,393 

2, 995 

1,468 

895 

705 


13.9 
16.7 

5.8 
26.9 

9.7 

20.7 
6.0 
2.9 
2.3 
4.0 


Carroll __ 


Cheshire _. __ _ 




Grafton — _ 


Hillsboro 


Merrimack 


Rockingham 


Striirtord 


Sullivun 





1 Decrease. 

There have been no territorial changes in the counties of New Hampshire since 1890. 

Of the 10 counties in the state all but 2 have increased in population during the decade. The greatest gains are 
shown in Coos county, 26.9 per cent, and in Hillsboro county, 20.7 per cent. Hillsboro county shows much the 
largest numerical increase, having gained 19,393 inhabitants, but 12,861 of these represent the increase in Manchester 
city. 

The 2 counties showing a decrease in population are Belknap and Carroll. 

Table 4 shows the population of New Hampshire by minor civil divisions, so far as it was separately returned at 
the censuses of 1890 and 1900. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OP NEW HAMPSHIRE BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 



1900. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Belknap county . 



Alton town 

Barnstead town 

Belmont town 

Center Harbor town.. 

Gilford town i 

Gllmanton town 

Laconia city 2_ 



Ward 1 _ "_"I _ " 4J7" 

Ward 2 : ::::::;::: i,465 

Ward 3 1 073 

Ward 4 _ _ _ 1 4{)5 

Wards ""~" ]'485 

Ward 6 __ _ 2 137 

Meredith town HI_ " ' 

New Hampton town ~~" _ __" 

Sanbornton town I"I_II I~I__" 

Tilton town 



Cakkoll county. 



Albany town 

Bartlett town 

Brookfield town. 
Chatham town... 

Conway town 

Eaton town. 



Eflingham town 

Freedom town 

Harts location 

Jackson town 

Madison town 

Moultonboro town.. 

Ossipee town 

Sandwich town 

Tamworth town 

Tuftonboro town 

Wakefield town 

WoUboro town 



Cheshire county.. 



Alstead town 

Chesterfield town. 

Dublin town 

Fitzwilliam town. 

Gilsum town 

Harrisville town 

Hinsdale town 

JafErey town 

Keene city.. 



Ward 1 2,488 

Ward 2 1,896 

Ward 3 1, 926 

Ward 4 1,384 

Ward 5 1,471 

Marlboro town 

Marlow town 

Nelson town 

Richmond town 

Eindge town 

Eoxbury town 

Stoddard town 

Sullivan to^vn 

Surry town 

Swanzey town 

Troy town 

Walpole town.. 



Westmoreland town.. 
Winchester town 



Coos COUNTY . 



Atkinson and Gilmanton Academy grant . 

Beans grant 

Beans purchase 

Berlin city * 

Ward 1. 



Ward 2.. 



. 3,076 
. 3,324 

Ward 3 . 2,486 

Cambridge town 

Carroll town ' 

Chandler piu^chase' 

Clarksville town 

Colebrook town 

Columbia town 

Crawford purchase ' 

Cutta grant 

Dalton town. 



Dartmouth College grant. 
Dixs grant 

Dixville township 

Dummer town 

Errol town 

Ervings location 

Gibbs purchase 

Gorham town 



1900 



19,526 



1,500 
1,072 
1,294 
422 
661 
1,100 
8,042 



1,713 

852 

944 

1,926 

16,895 



210 

1,013 

296 

269 

3,154 

865 

600 

594 

38 

622 

529 

901 

1,479 

1,077 

1,050 

663 

1,645 

2,390 

31, 321 



799 

981 

620 

459 

690 

791 

1,933 

1,891 

9,165 



1,524 

488 

295 

987 

855 

100 

367 

287 

250 

1,570 

1,527 

2,693 

875 

2,274 

29,468 



20 

710 

(*) 

307 

1,876 

690 

10 

592 
13 

<*'l5 
349 
305 

1,797 



1890 



20,321 



1,372 
1,264 
1,142 
479 
3,585 
1,211 
6,143 



1,642 

935 

1,027 

1,521 

18, 124 



377 

1,247 

349 

329 

2,331 

514 

720 

630 

187 

579 

554 

1,034 

1,630 

1,303 

1,025 

767 

1,528 

3,020 

29, 579 



870 
1,046 

582 
1,122 

643 

748 
2,258 
1,469 
7,446 



1,695 
584 
332 
476 
996 
129 
400 
337 
270 

1,600 
999 

2,163 
830 

2,584 

3 23,211 



3,729 



31 

813 
15 
325 
,736 
605 



596 



11 
455 
178 



1,710 



1 Part annexed to Laconia city since 1890. _ 

2 Incorporated as a city since 1890 ; part of Gilford town annexed since 1890. 
8 Includes Crawford and Second College grants (aggregate population 41 

in 1890). 

*No population returned. 



MINOK civil DIVISIONS. 



Coos county— Continued. 



Greens grant 

Hadleys grant 

Jefferson town 

Kilkenny township 

Lancaster town 

Low and Burbanks grant 

Martins location 

Milan town 

Millsfleld town 

Northumberland town 

Odell township 

Pinlthams grant 

Pittsburg town 

Randolph town 

Sargents purchase 

Shelbume town 

Stark town 

Stewartstown town 

Stratford town 

Success township 

Thompson and Meserve purchase.... 

Wentworth location 

Whitefleld town 



Grafton county.. 



Alexandria town... 

Ashland town 

Bath town 

Benton town 

Bethlehem town 

Bridgewater town., 

Bristol town 

Campton town 

Canaan town 

Dorchester town 

Ea«ton town 

Ellsworth town 

Enfleld town 

Franconia town 

Grafton town 

Groton town 

Hanover town 

Haverhill town 

Hebron town 

Holderness town 

Landaff town 

Lebanon town 

Lincoln town 

Lisbon town 

Littleton town 

Livermore town 

Lyman town 

Lyme town 

Monroe town 

Orange town 

Orford town 

Piermont town 

Plymouth town 

Rumney town 

Thornton town 

Warren town 

Waterville town 

Wentworth town 

Woodstock town— . 



HiLLSBOEO COUNTY 



Amherst town 

Antrim town 

Bedford town 

Bennington town. 

Brookline town 

Deering town.. 



Francestown town . 

Goffstown town 

Greenfield town 

Greenville town 

Hancock town 

Hillsboro town 

HoUis town 

Hudson town 

Litchfield town 

Lyndeboro town — 
Manchester city 



1900 



3, 625 

5, 501 

7, 320 

6, 922 

9, 094 

4, 880 

Ward 7 1,757 

Ward 8 5,508 

Ward 9 7,986. 

Ward 10 4, 394 

Mason town 

Merrimack town 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



13 
(*) 
1,080 
47 
3,190 
(') 
(*) 
1,135 
41 
1,977 

''' 4 
687 
137 

283 

733 

1,150 

968 

220 

18 

58 

2,157 



630 
289 
006 
209 
261 
244 
600 
999 
444 
308 
249 
107 

.,845 
655 
748 
346 

,884 

1,414 
214 
662 
600 

1,965 
541 

!,221 

i,066 
191 
426 

.,080 
545 
213 
890 
637 

,972 
837 
552 
799 
50 
617 
628 



112, 640 



1,231 

1,366 

1,148 
667 
606 
486 
693 

2,528 
605 

1,608 
642 

2,254 
910 

1,261 

243 

686 

56, 987 



358 
1,234 



5 Incorporated as a city in 1890. 

5 Crawford grant (population 28 in 1890) annexed since 1890. 
'Second College grant (population 13 in 1890) erroneously returned sepa- 
rately in 1890; In Chandler and Crawford purchases. 



Table 4. 



-POPULATION OP NEW HAMPSHIRE BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND IQOO-Oontiniied. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



HilIjSboro county— Continued. 



MUiord town 

Mount Veriion to^vn . 

Nashua city 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 



Ward 3., 
Ward 4-. 
Ward 5- 
Ward 6_, 
Ward 7_. 
Ward 8_. 
Ward 9- 



. 2, 384 
, 2, '274 
. 3,476 
. 1,570 
. 1,651 
. 1,440 
. 3,477 
. 3,082 
. 4,544 



New Boston town 

New Ipswich town 

Pelham town 

Peterboro town 

Sharon town 

Temple town 

Weare town 

Wilton town 

Windsor town 



Meeeimack county - 



AUenstown town 

Andover town 

Boscawen town 

Bow town 

Bradford town 

Canterbvirv town___ 

Chichester town 

Concord city 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 

Ward 8 

Ward 9 

Danhury town 

Dunharton town 

Epsom town 

Franklin city ' 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Henniker town 

Hill town 

Hooksett town 

Hopkiuton town — 

Loudon town 

Newbury town 

New London town . 

Northiield town 

Pembroke town 

Pittsfleld town 

Salisbury town 

Sutton town 

Warner town 

Webster town 

Wilmot town 



. 1, 911 
753 
. 1,043 
. 3,644 
. 2, 609 
. 3, 390 
. 3,178 
. 1, 212 
. 1, 892 



. 1,572 
. 2,365 
. 1,909 



Rockingham county . 



Atkinson town — 

Auburn town 

Brentwood town-. 

Candia town 

Chester town 

Danville town — 

Deerfleld town 

Derry town _ 



East Kingston town _ 

Epping town 

Exeter town 

Fremont town 

Greenland town 



1900 



3,739 

453 

23, 898 



1,002 
911 
875 

2,527 
122 
313 

1,553 

1,696 
38 

52, 430 



1,496 

1,179 

1,455 

617 

805 

821 

598 

19,632 



654 
551 
771 



1,507 

603 

1,665 

1,652 

960 

424 

768 

1,227 

3, 183 

2,129 

604 

776 

l,3.i8 

496 

653 

51,118 



442 

682 

957 

1,057 

861 

615 

1,162 

3,583 

496 

1,641 

4,922 

749 

607 



1890 



3,014 

479 

19,311 



1,067 
969 
791 

2,507 
137 
342 

1,550 

1,850 
62 

49,435 

1,475 

1,090 

1,487 

725 

810 

964 

661 

17,004 



524 

815 

4,085 



1,385 

548 

1,893 

1,817 

1,000 

487 

799 

1,115 

3,172 

2,605 

655 

849 

1,383 

564 

840 

49,650 



631 

967 

1,108 

958 

666 

1,220 

2,604 

461 

1,721 

4,284 

726 

647 



MINOE CIVIL divisions. 



Rockingham county— Continued. 



Hampstead town 

Hampton town 

Hampton Falls town . 

Kensington town 

Kingston town 

Londonderry town — 

Newcastle town 

Newflelds town 2 

Newington town 

Newmarket town 

N . wton town- 



North Hampton town . 

Northwood town 

Nottingham town 

Plaistow town 

Portsmouth city 

Ward 1-. 



Ward 2-. 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4-. 
Ward 5-. 



2, 644 

3, 105 

, 1,391 

. 1,843 

, 1,654 



Raymond town- 
Rye town 

Salem town. 



Sandown town 

Seabrook town 

South Hampton town. 

Stratham town 

Windham town 



Steatfoed county . 



Barrlngton town- 
Dover city 

Ward 1_ 



Ward 2-. 
Ward 3-. 
Ward 4-. 
Ward 5-. 



, 2,387 

3,018 

, 2,384 

. 3,851 

1,567 



Durham town 

Farmington town- 
Lee town . 



Madhury town 

Middleton town 

Milton town 

New Durham town 
Roche.ster city 



Ward 1 1,131 

Ward 2 1,222 

Ward 3 1, 510 

Ward 4 1,901 

Ward 5 964 

Ward 6 1,738 

Bollinsford town 

Somersworthcityi 

Ward 1 1,285 

Ward 2 1,167 

Ward 3 1,104 

Ward 4 2,183 

Ward 5 1,284 

Strafford town 



Sullivan county. 



Acworth town 

Charlestown town . 

Claremont town 

Cornish town 

Croydon town 

Goshen town 

Grantham town 

Langdon town 

Lempster town 

Newport town 

Plainfield town 

Springfield town 

Sunapee town 

Unity town . 



Washington town_ 



1900 



823 

1,209 

560 

524 

1,132 

1,408 

581 

647 

390 

2,892 

924 

812 

1,304 

638 

1,027 

10, 637 



1,100 

1,142 

2,041 

400 

1,497 

297 

718 

641 

39,337 



1,208 
13,207 



996 

2,265 

545 

386 

300 

1,626 

625 

8,466 



1,701 
7,023 



1,040 
18,009 



594 

1,473 

6,498 

962 

372 

345 

374 

339 

391 

8,126 

1,114 

439 

946 

572 

464 



I Incorporated as a city since 1890. 



2 Formerly South Newmarket. 



There are 11 cities in New Hampshire, for which the population in 1900 is separately returned, and these cities 
are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, in which they are presented in detail 
under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5.— POPULATION OP THE moORPOKATED CITIES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE: 1890 AND 1900. 



CITIES. 


POPULATION. 


CITIES. 


POPULATION. 


CITIES. 


POPULATION. 




1900 


1890 


1900 


1890 


1900 


1890 


Berlin city 


8,886 
19,632 
13,207 

5,846 


8,729 
17,004 
12,790 

4,085 




•■9,165 

8,042 

56,987 

23,898 


7,446 

6, 143 

44,126 

19,311 




10,637 
8,4';6 
7,023 


9,827 


Concord city 






7, 396 


Dover city _. . 






6,207 


Franklin city 















Of the above named 11 cities the smallest, Franklin, has a population of .5,846, and the largest, Manchester, a 
population of 56,987. They all show a marked increase in population since 1890, but the most striking instance of 
growth is presented by the city of Berlin, which has increased in population from 3,V29 to 8,886, or 138.2 per cent. 
The greatest numerical increase is exhibited by Manchester, which has 12,861 more inhabitants than it had in 1890. 

Manchester is the only city in New Hampshire that has a population in 1900 of more than 25,000, and for this 
city a summary is presented in table 6, showing its population from 1820 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase 
by number and per cent during each of the ten-year periods. 

Tablb 6.— POPULATION OF MANCHESTER : 1820 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEARS. 


Population. 


INCEEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 — 


56,987 

44,126 

32,630 

23,536 

20,107 

13,932 

3,235 

877 

761 


12,861 
11,496 
9,094 
3,429 
6,175 
10,697 
2,358 
116 


29.1 
35.2 
38.6 
17.0 
44.3 
330.6 
268.8 
15.2 


1890 


1880 — 


1870 


1860 


1850 


1810 


1830 


1820 









According to" this summary, the population of Manchester, starting with only 761 in 1820, increased but little 
during the next decade, but for the two succeeding ten-year periods increased 268.8 per cent from 1830 to 1840, and 
330.6 per cent from 1840 to 1850. Having attained a population of 13,932 in 1850, Manchester has since exhibited a 
strong normal growth for five succeeding decades, and at present has more than four times as many inhabitants as it 
had fifty years ago. 




Director of the Census. 



-> 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 5. 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 



October 20, 1900. 



POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hthstt, chief statistician for population, gives the 
aggregate population of Alabama by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the returns 
of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Alabama was organized as a territory March 3, 1817, and admitted as a state December 14, 1819. In 1800 
Washington county, then in the territory of Mississippi, but subsequently included in the territory of Alabama, had a 
population of 1,250. In 1810 the counties of Baldwin, Madison, and Washington, then in the territory of Mississippi, 
but subsequently included in the territory of Alabama, had a population of 9,046. Table 1 shows the population of 
Alabama at each census from 1820 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each 

Table 1.— POPULATION OP ALABAMA : 1820 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEARS. 


Population. 


INOKEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 


1,828,697 
1,513,017 
1,262,505 
996,992 
964,201 
771,623 
590,756 
309,527 
127,901 


315,680 
250,512 
265,513 
32,791 
192,578 
180,867 
281,229 
181,626 


20.8 
19.8 
26.6 
3.4 
24.9 
30.6 
90.8 
142.0 


1890 


1880 - 


1870 


I860 


1850 

1840 











The population of the state in 1900 is 1,828,697 as against 1,513,017 in 1890, representing an increase since 1890 
of 315,680, or 20.8 per cent. This rate of increase is slightly greater than that for the decade from 1880 to 1890, when 
it was'l9.8 per cent, but somewhat less than that for the decade from 1870 to 1880, when it was 26.6 per cent. From 
1820 to 1880, the first decennial period in the history of the state, its population increased 142 per cent, and in the 
following decade 90.8 per cent, but subsequently the rate of increase declined until the decade from 1860 to 1870, when 

it was only 3.4 per cent. 

The population of Alabama-in,!l900 is more than fourteen times as large as the population given for 1820, the first 
census taken after its organization as a state in 1819. 

The total land surface of Alabama',is, approximately, 51,540 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
square mile at the censuses of 1890-8014 1900 being as follows : 1890, 29.3 ; 1900, 35.4. 

Table 2 shows the population of Alabama by counties at each census from 1820 to 1900, inclusive, while table 
3, which immediately follows, shows; for each county, the increase (or decrease) by number and per cent during the 
10 years from 1890 to 1900. 

(C P 15 M) 



Table 2.— POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY COUNTIES : 1820 TO 1900. 




1 Then In the territory of Mississippi. 

2 Part ol Blount annexed to Cullman since 1880 

3 Name changed from Benton in 1858. 

* Name changed from Baker since 1870. 

' Part of Talladega annexed to Clay in 1895. 

8 Part given to Franklin and part of Lawrence annexed since 1890 

' Part of Colbert annexed since 1890. 



JNlJe1hfn|lXri^alS<^^"«sfnJ«^^^^^^^ given to Walker since 1890. 
|» Part given to Colbert since 1890 
u Narne changed from Cataco in 1821 
"??i'^\^^*°J^*f™°" since 1880. ' 
u w^^2 t^^'^'i annexed since 1890. 
Name changed from Hancock in 1850 



Table 3.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY COUNTIES : 1890 TO 1900. 



The State-, 



Atitau^a. 



Baldwin 

Barbour 

Bibb 

Blount 

Bullock 

Butler 

Calhoun 

Chambers 

Cherokee 

Chilton 

Choctaw 

Clarke 

Clay 

Cleburne 

Coffee 

Colbert 

Conecuh 

Coosa 

Covington 

Crenshaw 

Cullman 

Dale 

Dallas . 



Dekalb 

Elmore 

Escambia . 

Etowah 

Fayette 

Franklin _ 

Geneva 

Greene 



Number. Per cent. 



315,680 



4,585 
4,253 

254 
4,674 
1,192 
4,881 
4,120 
1,039 
6,235 

637 
1,973 

610 
5,166 
1,334 

112 
8,802 
2,152 
2,920 

238 
7,810 
4,243 
4,410 
3,964 
5,307 
2,452 
4,367 
2,654 
5,435 
1,309 
5,830 
8,406 
2,175 



20.8 



34.3 
47.5 

0.7 
83.8 

5.4 
18.0 
19.0 

3.0 
23.6 

3.1 
13.5 

3.4 
22.8 

8.4 

72.3 
10.6 
20.0 
1.4 
103.6 
27.5 
32.8 
23.0 
10.7 
11.6 
20.0 
30.6 
24.7 
10.2 
54.5 
78.6 



Hale 

Henry 

Jackson _. 
Jefferson . 
Lamar. 



Lauderdale — 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Limestone 

Lowndes 

Macon 

Madison 

Marengo 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mobile 

Monroe 

Montgomery . 

Morgan 

Perry 

Pickens 

Pike. 



Randolph 

Bussell 

St. Clair 

Shelby 

Sumter ._. 

Talladega 

Tallapoosa „ 
Tuscaloosa ._ 

Walker 

Washington . 

Wilcox 

Winston 



Number. Per cent. 



3,510 

11,300 
2,482 

51,919 
1,897 
2,820 
1601 
3,182 
1,186 
4,101 
4,687 
5,583 
5,220 
3,147 
4,354 

11, 153 
4,676 

15,875 
4,731 
2,451 
1,932 
4,749 
4,428 

. 2,990 
2,072 
2,798 
3,136 
6,427 
4,215 
5,795 
9,084 
3,199 
4,815 
3,002 



12.7 
45.4 

8.8 
58.6 
13.3 
11.8 
12.8 
10.9 

5.5 
12.9 
25.4 
14.6 
15.7 
27.7 
22.9 
21.6 
24.6 
28.2 
19.6 

8.3 

8.5 
19.4 
25.7 
12.4 
11.9 
13.3 
10.6 
21.9 
16.5 
19.0 
56.4 
40.3 
15.6 
45.8 



1 Decrease. 

2 Less than one-tenth of 1 per cent. 

The foUpwing territorial changes have been made in the counties of Alabama since 1890 : Part of Colbert has 
been annexed to Franklin; part of Jefferson has been annexed to Walker; part of Lawrence has been annexed to 
Colbert ; and part of Talladega has been annexed to Clay. 

Of the 66 counties in the state all but 2 have increased in population during the decade, the counties showing 
more than 50 per cent of increase being Covington, 103,6 per cent; Geneva, TS.e per cent; Coffee, 72.3 per cent; 
Jefferson. 58.6 per cent; Walker, 56.4 per cent; jind Franklin, 54.5 per cent. Jefferson county shows the largest 
numerical increase (51,919), but nearly one-fourth of this increase is due to the increase in the population of the 
city of Birmingham. 

The 2 counties showing a decrease in population are Cleburne and Lawrence. 

, Table 4 shows the population of Alabama by minor civil divisions, so far as it was separately returned at the 
censuses of 1890 and 1900. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Autauga county- 



Precinct 1. Prattville, including Prattville town.. 

Prattville town 

Precinct 2. Washington 

Precinct 8. AutaugavOle 

Precinct 4. Mulberry 

Precinct 5. Day Bend _ 

Precinct 6. Milton i 

Precinct 7. Bethel _ 



Precinct 8. Big Springs 

Precinct 9. Independence — 

Precinct 10. Liberty 

Precinct 11. Mountain Creek_. 

Precinct 12. Statesville ' 



Baldwin county.. 



Precinct 1. 
Precinct 2. 
Precinct 3. 
Precinct 4. 
Precinct 5. 
Precinct 6. 
Precinct 7. 
Precinct 8. 
Precinct 9. 
Precinct 10. 
Precinct 11. 
Precinct 12. 



Montgomery Hill- 
Stockton 

Perdido Station 

Bay Minette 

Halmons 

Sibley Mills 

Coiuthouse 

Battles Wharf 

Lowell- 



1900 



Helton- 
Shell Banks- 



Camp Powell- 



BlAEBOUB COUNTY- 



Precinct 1. Hawldnsville 

Precinct 2. Springhill 

Precinct 3. Mount Andrew 

Precinct 4. Fort Browder, including Batesville town and 
White Oak Springs village. 
Batesville town 



White Oak Springs village.. 



Precinct 6. Eufaula, including Eufaula city.. 
"^ Eufaula city 

Ward I 

Ward 2 IIIIIIIIII 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 11" J""" 

Precinct 6. Williamson. 



— 576 
■ — 1. 079 
■ — 1. 595 
1,282 



Precinct 7. Clayton, including Clayton vUlagel 
Clayton village _ 



Precinct 8. Star Hill 11.111" 

Precinct 9. Louisville, including Louisvilie tovml 

Louisville town 

Precinct 10. Cox Mills IIIII " 

Precinct 11. Richards 

Precinct 12. Reeders Mill.. 



Precinct 13. Faulk, including Clio town.. 

Clio town 

Precinct 14. Cotton Hill I 

Precinct 15. Grants 

Precinct 16. Belcher 



BlEB COUNTY . 



Precinct 1. Kingdom 

Precinct 2. ScottsvlUe 

Precinct 3. Hallmau ~ 

Precinct 4. James 

Precinct 5. Centerville, Including Centervilfe "town" 

Centerville town 

Precinct 6. Sixmile 

Precinct 7. Randolph 

Precinct 8. Ashby 

Precinct 9. River Bend 2 

Precinct 10. Blocton 

Precinct 11. McGraws^ 



Blount county.. 



Precinct 1. Blount Springs _ 

Precinct 2. Gum Springs 

Precinct 3. Hanceville . 

Precinct 4. 

Precinct 



Pocahonta.s 
5. Blountsville ° 
Precinct 6. Brooksville'. 

Precinct 7. Summit 

Precinct 8. Campbell 

Precinct 9. Hood 
Precinct 10. 
Precinct 11. 
Precinct 12. 
Precinct 13. 
Precinct 14 



Hard wick ' ___. 
Chepultepec 8_. 

Cleveland 

Whites 

Remlap 10 

Precinct 15. McMurrys 



17, 915 



4,679 

1,929 

1,611 

2,273 

1,211 

499 

972 

1,061 

841 

1,228 

1,804 

961 

775 



13,194 

2,268 

1,387 

1,075 

1,693 

632 

939 

1,099 

1,837 

696 

490 

769 

409 

35,152 



1890 



13,330 



1,873 
2,728 
1,406 
2,062 

137 

475 

7,972 

4.532 



1,446 

4,101 

998 

1,318 

2,713 

416 

1,654 

1,131 

1,418 

3,095 

326 

486 

849 

900 



18,498 



3,143 

724 

1,037 

2,025 

1,318 

448 

1,231 

639 

360 

892 

1,235 

1,002 



8,941 



2,035 
943 
470 

1,022 
492 
294 
641 

1,314 
506 
346 
310 
568 



34,898 



1,871 
3,317 
1,283 
2,223 



8,217 
4,394 



1,448 
4,075 

997 
1,164 
2,534 

288 
1,434 
1,082 
1,228 
2,570 



656 
904 



13,824 



3,297 


1,880 


1,452 


1,220 


862 


789 


2,166 


1,580 


2,099 


1,553 


422 


239 


828 


959 


1,891 


1,326 


1,168 


1,418 


224 


390 


3,823 


2,709 



23,119 

962 
749 
750 
427 

1,016 
677 
743 

1,162 
437 
478 
720 

1,062 
696 
388 
162 



« 21, 927 

m 

683 
530 
532 

1,021 

1,107 
904 
958 
860 
554 

1,479 
858 
(•) 

1,167 
189 



1 Precinct 12 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890 

2 Precinct 11 organized from part of precinct 9 since 189o' 

3 Includ^ precincts 1, 13, 22, 28, 29, and 34 (aggregate population 4,305 in 18901 
< gecmcts 1 and 29 (population 1,483 in 1893) not separately retui'ned hi ISM 
s Precmct 21 organized from part of precinct 5 since 1890 '""<=>i m J-oau. 
« Precinct 38 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890 

' Precinct 37 organized from part of precinct IP since 1890 
s Precinct 36 organized from part of precinct 11 since 1890 



MINOE civil DTVISIONS. 



Blount county— Continued. 
Precinct 16. Selfville. 



1900 



Precinct 17. Thompson Crossroads . 

Precinct 18. Gamble 

Precinct 19. Walker 

Precinct 20. Bangor 

Precinct 21. Joy ' 

Precinct 22. Rays 

Precinct 23. Nectar 



Precinct 24. Arkadelphia . 

Precinct 25. Reed Gap 

Precinct 26. Doss Creek 

Precinct 27. Garden City.. 

Precinct 28. Thompson 

Precinct 29. Calvert 

Precinct 30. Compton 10 

Precinct 31. Cornelius 

Precinct 32. Burgetts 

Precinct 33. Liberty 

Precinct 34. Concord 

Precinct 35. Harmony . 



Precinct 36. Oneonta,* including Oneontatown. 
Oneonta town. 



Precinct 37. Dailys ' 

Precinct 38. Bright Star» _ 

Bullock county 



Precinct 1. Midway, Including Midway town- 
Midway town 

Precinct 2. Enoru 



Precinct 3. Union Springs, including Union Springs town. 

Union Springs town 

Precinct 4. Ridgely 

Precinct 6. Indian Creek 

Precinct 6. Perote 

Precinct 7. Inverness. 



Precinct 8. Greenwood, Including Fitzpatrick and 
Thompson Station towns. 
Fitzpatrick town 



Thompson Station town 

Precinct 9. Bruceville 

Precinct 10. Farriorville 

Precinct 11. Union Church.. 
Preclnot 12. Suspension 



Butler county.. 



Precinct 1. StarUngton __ 

Precinct 2. Shell 12 

Precinct 3. Oaky Streak- 
Precinct 4. Dock 

Precinct 5. Daisy. 



Precinct 6. Yellow Shanks . 

Precinct 7. Springhill 

Precinct 8. Dead Fall 

Precinct 9. Manningham, 



Precinct 10. Monterey I"~ ~' 

Precinct 11. Forest Home and Butler Springs 
Precinct 12. Greeuville,!^ Including Greenville cltyl' 

Greenville city ^ 

Precinct 13. Garland".. 



Precinct 14. Georgiana," Including Georciana'clty" 

Georgiana city 

Precinct 15. Mount Olive's 
Precinct 16. Rocky Creek". 



Precmct 17. Pigeon Creek,. ~" "" """ 

Precinct 18. Bolling.is including Bolfing'towu" J" 

Boiling town ~ ~ 

Precmct 19. Lumber MillB"IZIIZIIIII 



Calhoun county. 



^'ftoUf^li^^^y'J'"''''^^ Jacksonville town. 
Precinct 2. Alexandria" 
Precinct 3. Weaver Station. 



^pVttttiallX-i'c-odf"^"^"'''"""^^^^^^^^^^ 
Precinct 5. Polkville _ _ 
Precinct 6. Peeks Hill". ~ 



Precinct 7. Hollingsworth"! " 

Precinct 8. Allen I 

Precinct 10. Rabbit Town 

Precinct 11. White Plains 

Precinct 12. Iron City 

Pi^cmct 13. Oxford,!^ iiolid"hi"i"Ho"bi8"n"-city"rn"d o5o"rd 

Hobson city 

Oxford town ZIII "~ 



676 
379 
713 
617 
507 
260 
1,008 
398 
918 
658 
422 
293 
396 
510 
544 
232 
435 
963 
443 
392 
1,254 
583 
322 
450 

31,944 



1890 



3,874 
430 
1,469 
6,940 
2,634 
1,867 
1,479 
2,194 
1,655 
5,510 

447 
14s 
1,884 
1,521 
1,654 
1,897 

25,761 



537 
381 
.687 
466 
286 

~ii)— 
350 
1,173 
597 
367 
295 

P 
201 
356 

742 



(•). 



342 



1,209 

836 

665 

430 

778 

397 

1,417 

1,200 

1,886 

1,479 

1,720 

6,341 

3,162 

1,460 

2,793 

567 

447 

1,018 

693 

735 

175 

367 



84,874 

2,230 

1,176 

2,019 

967 

1,769 

338 

82a 

600 
583 
777 
806 
2,331 

1,232 
1,208 
2,712 

293 

.37= 



« Precinct 19 organized Somnaril? i,° 1890) not separately returned In 
« Precinct 18 orraSized froS ™ S? of P^«<=!ncts 2, 13, and 14 since 1890 

ran taken to form precmct 20 since 1890. 



27,063 



6x2 
1,468 
5,834 
2,049 
1,880 
1,240 
1,808 
1,171 
4,251 

357 



1,390 
1,217 
1,483 
1,368 

21,641 



623 

884 

591 

53S 

622 

663 

1,269 

1,821 

1,638 

1,271 

1,673 

6,372 

2,806 

1,449 

2,266 

456 

380 

866 

617 



33,836 



2,420 
1,237 
2,498 
1,164 
1,795 



802 

886 

971 

1,086 

1,677 

711 

929 

1,300 

1,326 

2,528 



1,473 
1890. 

1890. 



Table 4 — POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR OIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Calhoun county— Continued. 

Precinct 14. Sulphur Springs 

Precinct 15. Anniston, including Anniston city 

Annistoncity 

Ward I 2,683 

Ward 2 3, 631 

Ward 3 1,634 

Ward 4 I, 747 

Precinct 16. Ladiga 

Precinct 17. De Armanville 

Precinct 18. Ohatchee 

Precinct 19. Duke 1 

Precinct 20. Oxaiina,^ including Oxanna town 

Oxanna town 



1900 



Chambess county. 



Precinct 1. Hickory Flat 

Precinct 2. Bloomingdale 

Precinct 8. Milltown 

Precinct 4. Trammett Crossroads 

Precinct 5. Hamburg 

Precinct 6. Fredonia 

Precinct 7. Lanett, including Lanett town_, 
Lanett town * _ 



Precinct 8. Lafayette, including Lafayette town- 
Lafayette town 

Precinct 9. Ridge Grove 

Precinct 10. New Harmony 

Precinct 11. Oak Bowery 

Precinct 12. Cusseta 

Precinct 18. Bethlehem 



Chekokee county 



Precinct 1. Mud Creek.. 
Precinct 2. Rock Run_. 



Precinct 3. Tecumseh. 
Precinct 4. Spring Garden. 
Precinct 5. Spring Creek. 



Precinct 6. Center, Including Center town.. 

Center town 

Precinct 7. Coloma 

Precinct 8. Ballplay 

ftecmct 9. Dixon «. 



Precinct 10. Round Mountain* 

Precinct 11. Brindley 

Precinct 12. Cedar Bluff 

Precinct 13. Gaylesvllle, including GaylesvlUe town 

GaylesviUe town 

Precinct 14. Waterloo ' 

Precinct 15. Broomtown' 

Precinct 16. Paden 

Precinct 17. Cedar Springs 

Precinct 18. Sterling 

Precinct 19. Stafford 

Precinct 20. Ellis 

Precinct 21. Lewis ' 

Precinct 22. Leesburg* 



Chilton county- 



Precinct 1. Mineral Springs' 

Precinct 2. Jemison," including JemL-ion town.. 

Jemison town 

Precinct 3. Benson » 

Precinct 4. Clanton.e including Clanton town... 
Clanton town.. 



Precinct 5. Cooper 

Precinct 6. Kincheon — 

Precinct 7. Maplesville. 

Precinct 8. Stanton 

Precinct 9. StrasburgO— 



Choctaw county.. 



Precinct 1 _ 
Precinct 2' 
Precinct 3' 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 

Precinct 9 

Precinct 10 .. 

Precinct 11 

Precinct 12 '.. 



4. 
5- 
6.- 

7 — 



11,008 
9.69s 



693 

1,181 

813 

897 

1,205 



32,554 



2,268 
1,733 
2,276 
1,850 
2,672 
2,033 
4,455 
2,909 
3, 929 
1,629 
1,945 
2,038 
1,705 
1,765 



21, 096 



1,266 

1,229 

1,312 

1,334 

1,092 

1,903 

282 

933 

900 

1,190 

1,069 

679 

1,146 

492 

266 

945 

731 

886 

862 

861 

607 

605 

607 

447 



16,522 



1,266 
1,512 

245 
1,209 
2,728 

611 
3,076 
1,529 
1,500 
2,396 
1,306 



18, 136 



2,043 
1,442 
1,164 
1,322 
2,511 
1,585 
1,995 

985 
1,257 
2,019 
1,327 

486 



1890 



857 

10,918 

9.998 



631 

1,168 

879 



748 



26,319 



2,206 
1,663 
1,743 
1,737 
2,353 
2,146 
1,975 
777 
3,047 
1,369 
1,590 
1,788 
1,546 
1,736 
2,789 



20,459 



1,277 

1,229 

1,145 

1,404 

1,105 

1,909 

347 

938 

926 

1,439 

1,142 

473 

1,143 

591 

'17127 
812 
786 
852 
985 
461 
716 



14,549 



1,078 
2,079 



1,590 
3,018 

623 
3,025 
1,038 

947 
1,774 



17,526 



1,747 
1,508 
1,203 
1,463 
2,885 
1,333 
2,098 
897 
1,256 
1,964 
1,172 



1 Organized from parts of precincts 1, 2, 6, and 7 since 1890. 

2 Organized from part of precinct 13 since 1890. 

s Formerly Bluffton. . , ,„ ■ „ion„ 

* Precinct 22 organized from parts of precincts 9 and 10 since 1890. 
6 Precinct 21 organized from parts of precincts 14 and 15 since 1890. 
8 Precinct 9 organized from parts of precincts 12, 3, and 4 since 1890. 
' Precinct 12 organized from parts of precincts 2 and 3 since 1890. 

8 Part of Talladega county annexed m 1895. 

9 Precincts 2 and 12 (population 1,098 in 1890) not separately returned 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISI0N3. 



Clarke county.. 



Precinct 1. Gainestown 

Precinct 2. Salt Works 

Precinct 3. Jackson, including Jackson village.. 

Jackson village 

Precinct 4. Walker Springs 

Precinct 5. Suggsville 

Precinct 6. Gosport 

Precinct 7. MoLeod 

Precinct 8. Elver Hill 

Precinct 9. Good Springs 

Precinct 10. Grove Hill. 



Precinct 11. Anderson 

Precinct 12. Gates. 



Precinct 13. Coffeeville 

Precinct 14. Clarkesville 

Precinct 15. New Prospect 

Precinct 16. Tallahatta Springs.. 
Precinct 17. Cane Creek. 



Precinct 18. Pleasant Hill, including Fulton town.. 

Fulton town 

Precinct 19. Campbell 

Precinct 20. Bashi. 



Precinct 21. Choctaw Comer, including Thomasville vil- 
lage. 
Thomasville village 



Clay county «.. 



Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 



1. Delta 

2. Copper Mine 

Fox Creek 

4. Wesobulga 

Precinct 5. Coletai" 

Precinct 6. Ashland,^" including Ashland town . 

Ashland town 

Precinct 7. HoUins, including Hollins town 

Hollins town.. 



Precinct 8. BrownvUle.. 
Precinct 9, McConathy.. 

Precinct 10. Wicker 

Precinct 11. Almond . 



Precinct 12. Mountain 

Precinct 13. Lineville, including Lineville town. 

Lineville town 

Precinct 14. Hnckneyville 

Precinct 15. Union u 

Precinct 16. Bowdenia 

Precinct 17. Horse Creek i3 :. 

Precinct 18. Poll Bridge i» 



Cleburne county.. 



Precinct 1. Borden . 
Precinct 2. Oak Level. 



Precinct 3. Muscadine,'* including Muscadine town 

Muscadine town 

Precinct 4. Courthouse,'* including Edwardsville town. 

Edwardsville town 

Precinct 5. Shoal Creek 

Precinct 6. Heflin, including Heflin town 

Heflin town 

Precinct 7. Bell Mills 

Precinct 8. Abemathy" 

Precinct 9. Lost Creek 

Precinct 10. Arbaooochee : 

Precinct 11. Pine Knot. 



Precinct 12. Chulaflnnee, including Chulafinnee town.. 

Chulafinnee town 

Precinct 13. Buckhom '^ 

Precinct 14. Kentuck's 



Precinct 15. Fruithurst,'* including Frulthurst town.. 
Fruithurst town 



Coffee county.. 



1. Oldtown's 

2. Dannelly Crossroads '6. 

3. Brannen 

4. Childersville 

5. Tilman Mill. 



Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct _. -. 

Precinct 6. Elba,'" including Elba town. 

Elba town 

Precinct 7. Peacock. 

Precinct 8. Grant. 



Precinct 9. Clintonville . 
Precinct 10. Victoria . 



Precinct 11. Simmons Mill. 

Precinct 12. Centerville 

Precinct 13. Haw Ridge 



1900 



27, 790 



2,231 
1,747 
1,962 
1,039 
1,014 
1,142 



1,047 
567 

2,859 
938 
S25 

2, .548 
810 
321 
598 
987 
965 
140 

1,533 
767 



686 



17,099 



1,134 
817 

1,494 
965 
490 

2,891 
422 
759 
238 
818 

1,098 

1,368 

1,102 
346 

1,636 
211 
939 
402 
255 
113 
482 



13,206 



1,163 
953 
132 

1,381 
398 
229 

1,407 
460 
748 

1,348 

1,734 
896 
554 

1,040 

33 

228 

79 

623 

374 



478 

625 

801 

512 

468 

2,144 

635 

2,035 

1,458 

2,099 

1,725 

1,088 

1,177 

280 



in 1890. 



10 Precinct 18 organized .from parts of precincts 5 and 6 since 1890. 

11 Part taken to form precinct 17 since 1890. 

12 Organized from part of territory taken from Talladega county since 1890. 
'2 Organized from part of precinct 15 and from part of territory taken from 

Talladega county since 1890. 

1* Precinct 15 orgauized from parts of precincts 3, 4, and 8 since 1890. 
16 Precinct 14 organized from part of precinct 13 since 1890. 
'« Part taken to form precinct 20 since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR OmL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



MINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



Coffee county— Continued. 

Precinct 14. HoUey 

Precinct 15. Deanville 

Precinct 16. Kimmevs Mill_ 



Precinct 17. Enterprise, including Enterprise town- 
Enterprise town 

I^ecinct 18. Paul 

Precinct 19. Carpenter 

Precinct 20. Parker i 



COLEEBT COUNTY 2_. 



Precinct 2; Tuscumbia, including Tuscumbia city_. 

Tuscumbia city 

Precinct 3. Barton, 



Preemct 4. Clierokee, including Cherokee to-nn,, 

Cherokee town 

Precinct 5. Ctiickasaw 

Precinct 6. Dickson.. 



Precinct 7. Eock Creek.. 

Precinct 8. Srygley 

Precinct 9. Wheeler . 



Precinct 10. Poplar Creek * I 

Precinct 11. Leighton,* including Leighton town. 

Leighton town ; 

Precinct 12. Camp Smith * 

Precinct 13. Pride ■ 

Precinct 14. Spring Valley 

Precinct 15. Allsboro _ 

Precinct 16. Sheffield," including Sheffield city— . 

Sheffield city 

Precinct 17. Alexander ' 

Precinct 18. Brickville 8 



Conecuh county.. 
Precinct 1. Mixon . 



Precinct 2. Pork of Sepulga 

Precinct 3. Mill » 

Precinct 4. Belleville 

Precinct 6. Brushy Creek. 



Precinct 6. Castleherry, Including Castleberry tovm.. 

Castleberry town 

Precinct 7. Brooklyn IIIZIIII 

Precinct 8. Jamestown 

Precinct 9. Oldtown. 



Precinct 10. Gravilla » IIIII.II 

Precinct 11. Evergreen.io including Evergreen town.! 

Evergreen town 11 

Precinct 12. Sparta IIIIIIIIIIIII.I'"' 

Precinct 13. Repton, including Repton town II 

Repton town 

Precinct 14. Callihan 12 _Z I 



Coosa county- 



Precinct 1. Brooksville. 
Precinct 2. Nlxburg. 



Precinct 3. Soccopatoy IIIIIII 

Precinct 4. Goodwater, including Goodwatertownl 

Goodwater town 

Precinct 6. Mount Olive "I I' _ 

Precinct 6. Hanover 

Precinct 7. Rockford ~"I 

Precinct 8. McCord 

Precinct 9. Concord ""I" 

Precinct 10. Flint Hill I 

Precinct 11. Weoguika 

Precinct 12. Jordan.. 



Precinct 13. Marble Valley.. 

Precinct 14. Lewis 

Precinct 15. Travellers Rest _ 
Precinct 16. Crews 

Precinct 17. Lauderdale 



Covington county. 



Precinct 1. Andalusia," including Andalusia town . 

Andalusia town 

Precinct 2. Fairfield ." "I" ""I I"" 

Precinct 3. Hallton" < _"" 

Precinct 4. Rose Hill i' ~"I "' 

Precinct 5. Shirley i" 

Precinct 6. Loango i' I""I" 

Precinct 7. 'WatkinBis _ 

Precinct 8. Davis Shop " HII 



1,099 
411 

2,316 
610 
438 
405 
724 

22,341 



4,295 

2>348 
888 

1,903 
z6i 

1,012 
841 
515 
328 
844 
516 

2,700 
506 
317 
582 
986 
651 

4,285 

3.333 
742 



17, 514 



1,357 

871 
1,657 
1,938 

763 
1,415 

167 
1,366 
1,056 
2,150 
1,192 
2,458 
1,277 

174 



170 
629 



16,144 



1,048 

1,527 

1,247 

1,679 

728 

690 

645 

1,547 

763 

565 

295 

1,038 

771 

884 

549 

1,376 

578 

942 

15,346 



2,051 
SSI 
1,036 
1,023 
940 
487 
622 
491 
694 



373 
724 
227 
920 

"274 
312 



5 20,189 



3,455 

2,491 
1,214 
1,811 



490 

446 

853 

1,294 

1,018 



652 

627 

1,051 

725 

2,976 

2,731 



14,594 



1,200 
921 

1,876 

1,460 
745 

1,738 



957 

436 

1,548 

1,494 

1,783 



173 



15, 906 



943 

1,392 

1,285 

1,570 

589 

754 

587 

1,691 

813 

817 

372 

818 

682 

881 

480 

1,295 

504 

1,022 

7,536 



1,371 
Z70 
583 
534 

1,293 
653 



290 



1 Organized from parts of precincts 1, 2, and 6 since 1890 

1890^ ^^' ^''^ ^ Franklin county and part of Lawrence county annexed since 

• ' ^i^oi'^'^^ precinct 1, South Florence (population 1,546 in 1890) abolished 

< Part given to Franklin county since 1890. 

' Part of territory taken from Lawrence county annexed since 1890 

« Part of precinct 1 annexed smce 1890. 

' Organized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 

« Organized from part of territory taken from Lawrence county since 1890 

9 Part taken to form precinct 14 since 1890. 

i» Given as coextensive with Evergreen town in 1890: part taken to form nrB. 
cinct 14 since 1890. ^ ^ 

" Given as coextensive with Evergreen precinct in 1890 

" Organized from parts of precincts 3, 10, and 11 since 1890. 



Covington county— Continued. 



Precinct 9. Hughes _ 
Precinct 10. Hart 



Precinct 11. Westover 

Precinct 12. Red Level". 
Precinct 13. Green Bay.. 



Precinct 14. Copperas Head 1* 

Precinct 15. HamptonvUle i« 

Precinct 16. Straughns Schoolhouse 20.. 

Precinct 17. Williams 21 

Precinct 18. River Palls " 

Preemct 19. George '^ 



Ceenshaw county - 



Precinct 1. Surle.. 



Precinct 2. Danielville ._ 

Precinct 3. Bradleyton.. 

Precinct 4. Honoraville. 

Precinct 5. Fuller Crossroads.. 



Precinct 6. Rutledge and Roberson,^' including Rut- 
ledge village. 
Rutledge village 



Precinct 7. Dorman and Vidette 23 . 
Precinct 8. Leon^*.. 



Precinct 9. Mount Ida, including Brantley town . 
Brantley town.. 



Precinct 10. New Providence.. 

Precinct 11. Bullock 

Precinct 12. Aiken "* 

Precinct 13. Saville.. 



Precinct 14. Luverne,^^ including Luveme village., 
Luverne village.. 



Precinct 15. Dozier^i. 



Cullman county.. 



Precinct 1. Cullman, including Cullman city.. 

Cullman city 

Precinct 2. Glasscock.. 



Precinct 3. Holly Pond, including Holly Pond town.. 

Holly Pond town 

Precinct 4. Pleasant Hill 25 I 

Precinct 5. Trimble 

Precinct 6. Livingston 

Precinct 7. Dermid 

Precinct 8. Wilhite ... """' 

Precinct 9. Hunter -. 

Precinct 10. Ebenezer _ I '"I_II 

Precinct U. Holmes Gap _ ~ I" 

Precinct 12. Brindley 

Precinct 13. Baileyton. 



Precinct 14. Dagnall, including Joppa town. 

Joppa town 

Precinct 15. Boyd. 



Precinct 16. Bremen 

Precinct 17. Bavars^'.. 



Dale county— 



Precinct 1. Ozark,^ including Ozark village 

Ozark village 

Ward I 

Ward 2 __ I 

Ward 3 

Ward 4_ 
Ward s_ 



• 255 

436 

. 284 



Precinct 2. Westville "II. 

Precinct 3. Dalevllle _ _ I ~ 

^towM* ^ Newton,2o mcludi^'Newton and^pfnEkaid" 

Newton town 

Pinckard town 

Precinct 5. Gilley. 
Precinct 6. Brannan... 



Precinct 7. Rooky Head r"I""I 

''''MXdc'ftl^i^f»t?"y''°°'"'l'^sWdW-crty^^^^^^^^^ 



Midland City village 
Precinct 9. Echo 21. 



Precinct 10. Clopton « ""_ 
Precinct 11. Skipperyille 20 
Precinct 12. Barnes Crossroads 
Preemct 13. Bells Schoolhouse 27" 
Preclact 14. Ewells 2« 



» PaS'tS^^ti",?™ P™£"?^ leand 19 _since 1890. 



762 
948 
688 
956 
748 
924 
688 
676 
363 
826 
423 



19, 668 



179 
533 
476 
643 
337 



1,351 
867 

1,688 
931 

1,226 

2,855 

346 

1,378 

1,054 

1,607 

390 

998 

1,509 

1,122 

1,269 

1,094 

731 

719 



17,849 



15,425 



2,971 

1,25s 

558 

1,842 

144 

781 

1,060 

1,074 

900 

791 

785 

795 

1,127 

868 

1,197 

1,181 

130 

623 

681 

665 



21,189 



1,16S 
645 

1,130 
908 

1,141 

3,007 

. 314 

1,197 

1,033 

800 



922 
1,402 

994 
1,080 

4SI 



13,439 



1,982 

1,017 

427 



2,777 
iiS7o 



903 
2,540 
2,871 

4S7 

711 

1,385 

1,395 

1,251 

1,572 

^ 3°4 

1,446 

444 

1,740 

1,4U 

583 

871 



1,223 
985 
647 
668 
728 
470 
711 
842 
592 
1,037 
1,038 



531 
672 



17,225 



8,067 
Xi'95 



874 
1,786 
2,144 

520 

935 

990 

1,175 

1,241 

~i,"B25 

840 

1,552 

1,096 



' i?S„*?'i^??_*?.^°™ precinct 14 since 1890. 

ncc 



]^ Parte taken to faS^Seclncte 14 aSd 17 since 1890 

Priotac 18 nvir^"! £°'° P'^ of precinct 5 1 
i« n ??l°?' ■'° organized from parts oforeHnpta f 

2« oilSd frnS S^.?^ precincts 3 and 4 since 1890. 
^ OrlaS/Prt frnS S^ °l precinct 1 since 1890. 

22 OrlaSzld frnm E^ °' preemct 4 since 1890. 

23 PrSt M^^S, P?^ °J precincts 1, 7, and 8 since 1890 
^*Scuio°SSd toS^rS %* P^^o? 6 and 7 since 1890. 

-Precinctl3°oSzfdt^^p^it°i,P-Tn?ts^^tnnil^ife^^^^^^^^ 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS, 



Dallas ooukty 



Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 



1. Plantersville 

2. Summerfield 

3. Woodlawn 

4. Vallev Creeli 

5. Harrell ^ 

6. Dublin 

7. Martin ^ 

8. Orrville 

9. Lexington 

Precinct 10. River 

Precinct 11. Pine Flat 

Precinct 12. Oldtown 

Precinct IS. Pleasant Hill 

Precinct 14. Richmond 

Precinct 15. Portland 

Precinct 16. Cahaba 

Precinct 22. BurnsvlUe 

Precinct 23. Union 

Precinct 24. Pence' 

Precinct 25. Liberty Hill 

Precinct 26. Bells " 

Precinct 27. Vernon 

Precinct 28. Marion Junction. 

Precinct 29. Brown a 

Precinct 30. Kings 

Precinct 31. Smyly 

Precinct 32. Elm Blufl 

Precinct 33. Carlowville 

Precinct 34. Boykin 

Precinct 35. Mitchell- 



Precinct 36, coextensive with Selmacity 

Selma city; 

Ward I 1.949 

Ward 2 I, 798 

Ward 3 1.350 

Ward 4 1,871 

Ward 5 I, 745 

Dekalb county 



Precinct 1. Brindley 

Precinct 2. Walker Chapel 

Precinct 3. Brandon- 



Precinct 4. HendrixvlUe 

Precinct 5. VanBuren_ 



Precinct 6. CoUinsville, including Collinsville town.. 

CoHinsville town 

Precinct 7. Lebanon- 



Precinct 8. Hudson Mill 

Precinct 9. Fort Payne, Including Fort Payne city- 
Fort Payne city 1 

Precinct 10. CoUins- 



Precinct 11. Valley Head- 
Precinct 12. Phillips- 



Precinct 13. Sulphur Springs - 

Precinct 14. Deerhead 

Precinct 15. Pine Grove 

Precinct 16. Blue Pond 

Precinct 17. Graham 

Precinct 18. Lathamville 

Precinct 19. Poplar Springs 

Precinct 20. Moors « 

Precinct 21. Ellison* 

Precinct 22. Portersville 

Precinct 23. Crumley 

Precinct 24. Whiton 

Precinct 25. Corinth 

Precinct 26. Lydia 

Precinct 27. Johnson 

Precinct 28. Fishers Mill * 



El.MOKE COUNTY-, 



Precinct 1. Coleman- 



Precinct 2. Channahatchee 

Precinct 3. Tallassee 

Precinct 4. Mitchell Mill 

Precinct 5. Sandtuck 

Precinct 6. Central 

Precinct 7. Buyck v— r,",^-; — "; — 

Precinct 8. Wetumka,* including east ward 01 Wetumka 
city. 
Wetumka city (part of) 



Total for Wetumka city, in precincts 8 and 18-. 

East ward 

West ward-. 



62 
500 



Precinct 9. Cold Spring -.„. 



Precinct 10. Robinson Springs- 
lights Mill- 
Precinct 12. Weoka 



Precinct 11. Knights Mill 



Precinct 13. Good Hope. 
Precinct 14. New Hope- 
Precinct 15. Eclectic . 



1900 



54,657 



860 
1,202 
1,309 
4,516 

718 

700 
2,376 
2,034 
2,444 
2,109 
1,461 
1,827 
1,683 
1,221 
1,042 
1,552 
1,987 
2,614 
1,261 
1,759 

276 
1,299 

950 
1,766 
1,202 

794 

625 
1,018 

916 
2,473 
8,713 



23,558 



614 

888 

199 

298 

915 

960 

SM 

824 

182 

1,772 

1,037 

425 

692 

527 

733 

748 

1,088 

1,007 

1,545 

2,848 

730 

622 

425 

400 

1,334 

955 

892 

667 

934 

334 



26,099 



1,656 
1,250 
4,178 
1,219 
944 
1,172 
1,189 
3,207 

62 
562 



2,009 
769 
583 

1,008 

1,150 
417 

1,176 



1S90 



149,850 



674 
1,265 

994 
3,125 

507 

601 
1,797 
1,467 
1,873 
1,848 
1,426 
1,673 
1,687 
1,080 
1,063 
1,548 
1,893 
2,613 
1,332 
1,641 



992 

907 

2,341 

1,473 

669 

669 

952 

794 

2,348 

7,622 



21,106 



474 
595 
227 
379 
984 
912 
367 
716 
315 
3,510 
2,698 
448 
644 
520 
612 
608 
695 
802 
1,135 
1,845 
628 
750 
685 
894 
963 
756 
571 
386 
653 



21,732 



1,486 

1,100 

2,867 

938 

845 

976 

1,213 

4,536 



619 



1,389 
638 
474 
951 
847 
382 

1,056 



1 Includes former precinct 26, Chillatche (population 496 in 1890). 

2 Former precinct 26, Chillatche annexed since 1890. . 

3 Pi-eciuct 26: Bells organized from parts of precincte 24 and 29 since 
* Precinct 28 organizeB from parts of prepincte 20 and 21 since 1890. 
6 Precinct IS orlanized from part of precinct 8 since 1890. 

« SISnct 9 or=lnized from j^rts of precincts 1 and 2 since 1890. 
: ParS t^kl^ to fom precinS 26, 27, 28, and 29 since 1890. 



1890. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Elmore county— Continued. 



Precinct 16. Edgewood- 
Precinct 17. Elmore - 



Precinct 18. West Wetumka,'' including west ward of We- 
tumka city. 
Wetumka city (part of) 



Escambia county- 



Precinct 1. Pine Grove'-. 
Precinct 2. Parker »_, 



Precinct 3. Brewton, including Brewton town-, 

Brewton town 

Precinct 4. Pollard, including Pollard village — 

Pollard village 

Precinct 5. Owen 

Precinct 6. Jack Springs 

Precinct 7. Canoe 

Precinct 8. Wilson 

Precinct 9. Macedonia ° 



Etowah county 



Precinct 1. Gadsden,' including Gadsden town., 

Gadsden town 

Precinct 2. Phillips 

Precinct 3. Kansas ' 

Precinct 4. Hoke Bluffs 

Precinct 5. Ballplay 

Precinct 6. Turkeytovm 

Precinct 7. Brock 

Precinct 8. Fairview 

Precinct 9. Greenwood 

Precinct 10. Duck Springs 

Precinct 11. Cox 

Precinct 12. Chandler 

Precinct 13. Aurora " . 



Precinct 14. Walnut Grove, including Walnut Grove town. 

Walnut Grove town 

Precinct 15. Clear Creek «. 
Precinct 16. Gum Springs. 



Precinct 17. Atala," including Atala town_, 
Atala town . 



Ward I 293 

Ward 2 294 

Ward 3 358 

Ward 4 248 

Ward s 499 

Precinct 18. Hoppers 

Precinct 19. Reaves 

Precinct 20. Warriors 

Precinct 21. Short Creek 

Precinct 22. Howelton 

Precinct 23. Eees . 



Precinct 24. Union « 

Precinct 26. Keysburgs 

Precinct 26. East Gadsden". 
Precinct 27. Hollis"-, 



Precinct 28. Gilberts" 

Precinct 29. Alabama City, 12 including Alabama City 
town. 

Alabama City town 

Ward I 463 

Ward 2 586 

Ward 3 883 

Ward 4 344 



Fayette county.. 



Precinct 1. Fayette, Including Fayette town., 

Fayette town 

Precinct 2. Eldge 

Precinct 3. North Riveras 

Precinct 4. Berry" 

Precinct 5. Russell 

Precinct 6. Cole" 

Precinct 7. Hico 

Precinct 8. Collins. 



Precinct 9. HoUy Springs, is including Berry Station 
town. 

Berry Station town 

Precinct 10. Lee 

Precinct 11. Brovra - 



Precinct 12. Webster 

PrecmctlS. Boley Springs "- 
Precinct 14. Gilpin., 



Precinct 15. Clear Creek "- 

Precinct 16. Thompson 

Precinct 17. Stonewall 

Precinct 18. Bylor" 

Precinct 19. Fords »- 



1900 



1,207 
1,215 
1,750 

Soo 



11,820 



843 
1,003 
3,240 
1,382 
1,639 

267 
1,214 

929 
1,830 

837 

285 



27, 361 



4,753 

4,282 
816 
386 

1,385 
692 

1,006 



449 

1,064 

911 

622 

963 

587 

251 

463 

893 

1,972 

1,692 



377 
527 
342 

1,164 
366 
369 
518 
914 
768 

1,017 
695 

2,429 

2,276 



14,132 



4S2 
447 
697 
418 
974 
599 
768 
600 
717 

24s 
766 
861 
672 
482 
861 
341 
824 
628 
651 
486 



Precinct 20. Georges Creek is 

» Precinct 25 organized from parts of precincts 3 and 4 since 1890. 
» Precinct 24 organized from parts of precincts 13 and 15 since 1890. 

10 Part taken to form precinct 29 since 1890. 

11 Organized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 

12 Organized from parts of precincts 1 and 17 since 1890. 

13 Precinct 20 organized from parts of precincts 3, 9, and 13 since 1890. 

1* Precinct 19 organized from parts of precincts 4, 6, 16, and 18 since 1890. 



Tablb 4.— population OF ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Feanklin county 1 . 



Precinct 1. Newberg- 

Precinct 2. Eussellville, including ilussellvllle town 

Russellville town 

Ward 1 417 

Ward 2 315 

Ward 3 377 

Ward 4 403 

Precinct 3. Frankfort 

Precinct 4. Pleasant Site 

Precinct 5. Bear Creek 

Precinct 6. Burleson 

fteclnct 7. Belgreen 

Precinct 8. Cole Mill . 



1900 



Precinct 9. Mountain Springs . 

Precinct 10. Isbell 

Precinct 11. Hills 2 

Precinct 12. Stouts 2 



Geneva county'-. 

Precinct 1. Branton _. 
Precinct 2. GarrordS- 
Precinct 3. Center. 



Precinct 4. Wrights Creek ', 

Precinct 5. Dundee, including Dundee town- 
Dundee town 

Precinct 6. Turners Mill- 



Precinct 7. St. Paul, including Hartford town- 
Hartford town 

Precinct 8. Noblins 



Precinct 9. Campbells I— ZZIZIZIIZI 

Precinct 10. Geneva, including Eunola and Geneva towns! 

Eunola town 

Geneva town ~ 

Precinct 11. Beaver Dam "ZZ 

Precinct 12. Marl 

Precinct 13. Piney Grove 

Precinct 14. Gilmores ZZZZZZ " 

Precinct 15. Elton . 



Precinct 16. Hardys Bridge.. 
Precinct 17. Cowens 



Geeene county. 



Precinct 1. Eutaw, including Eutaw town_. 

Eutaw town 

Precinct 2. Porkland Z.ZZZZZ! 

Precinct 3. Tlshabee 

Precinct 4. BoUgeeS. 



Precinct 6. Mount Hebron 

Precinct 7. Clinton 

Precinct 8. Pleasant Eidge.. 

Precinct 9. Mantua 

Precinct 10. Union 

Precinct 11. Knoxville : 

Precinct 12. Springfield 

Precinct 13. West Greene 



Hale county . 



Precinct 1. Havana". 

Precinct 2. Akron 

Precinct 3. Harris . 



Precinct 4. Greensboro, including GreensborcTtown 
Greensboro town 

Precinct 5. Newbem,' including Newbern townZZZZZZ 
Ncwbern town 

Precinct 6. Hollow Square « ZZZ Z 

Precinct 7. Cedarville _ ZZZZZ 

Precinct 8. Gallion . 



Precinct 9. Laneville' 

Precinct 10. Warren Store ' 

Precinct 11. Fivemile « 

Precinct 12. Moundville 

Precinct 13. Phipps 

Precinct 14. Geddie 

Precinct 15. Whitsett' 

Precinct 16. Stewart Station w _ 

Precinct 17. Monetts * 

Precinct 18. Ingremsn 



HeNEY COUNTY- 



Precinct 1. Gordon, including Gordon village . 

Gordon village 

Precinct 2. Cottonwood Z 



16,511 



1,656 
5,122 
1,602 



777 
1,024 

659 

915 
1,565 
1,067 
1,300 
1,058 

342 
1,026 



19,096 



1890 



10, 681 



1,569 

1,261 

1,785 

1,497 

1,694 

249 

1,149 

1,582 

382 

1,101 

1,050 

2,111 

132 

1,032 

774 

418 

1,001 

336 

886 

542 

340 

24,182 



1,227 

2,988 

920 



825 
924 
602 
480 
1,833 
442 
676 
684 



■ 10,690 



3,995 
S84 
2,944 
1,820 
2,994 
1,629 
2,682 
1,291 
1,448 
1,423 
1,3U 
1,404 
1,241 

31,011 



1,048 
1,090 

920 
6,737 
2,416 
1,628 

564 
1,146 
3,070 
3,316 
2,305 
1,070 

779 
1,907 

400 

300 
1,485 
1,067 
2,410 

333 



36,147 



637 



* 22, 007 



3,344 
1,115 
3,359 
1,684 
1,618 
1,663 
2,199 
1,184 
1,166 
1,237 
1,187 
1,060 
1,119 

27,501 

1,950 
1,028 
664 
5,144 
?,7S9 
2,509 



2,973 

3,009 

3,524 

2,931 

1,182 

768 

1,241 

331 

297 



24,847 



2,028 
356 


1,545 


1,836 


1,114 



1 Part of Colbert county annexed since 1890. 

2 Organized from part of territory taken from Colbert county since 1890 

3 Comparison with P9pu ation for 1890 can not be made ; information as to 
changes m minor civil divisions incomplete. iuiuimauon as ra 

4 Includes precinct 5 (population 1,187 in 1890) 
' Precinct 5 annexed since 1890. 

« Parts taken to form precincts 16 and 18 since 1890 

' Precinct 15 organized from parts of precincts 5 and 9 since 1890 

« Precinct 17 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890 

' Part taken to form precinct 18 since 1890. 
10 Organized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 
" Organized from parts of precincts 1. 10, and 11 since 1890 
" Parts taken to form precincts 19 and 20 since 1890 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Henry county — Continued. 

Precinct 3. Dothan.is including Dothan village 

Dothan village 

Precinct 4. Columbia,^' including Columbia town 

Columbia town 

Ward I 182 

Ward 2 223 

Ward 3 310 

Ward 4 196 

Ward 5 221 

Precinct 5. Hardwicksburg 

Precinct 6. Headland," including Headland and Kinsey 
villages. 

Headland village 

Kinsey village 

Precinct 7. Cureton 

Precinct 8. Capps 



1900 



Precinct 9. Abbeville, including Abbeville town.. 
Abbeville town_. 



Ward 1 180 

Ward 2 201 

Ward 3 272 

Ward 4 236 

Precinct 10. Shorterville 

Precinct 11. CenterviHe 

Precinct 12. Lawrence 

Precinct 13. Edwin . 



Precinct 14. Granger and Crosby _ 

Precinct 15. Lewn 

Precinct 16. Balkum"-. 



Precinct 17. Fowlers Mill 

Precinct 18. Halesburg >« 

Precinct 19. Ashford.i' including Ashford village.. 

Ashford village 

Precinct 20. Cowarts 'e 

Precinct 21. Newville " 



Jackson county- 



Precinct 1. Bridgeport, including Bridgeport town.. 

Bridgeport town 

Precinct 2. Bolivar . 



Precinct 3. Stevenson, including Stevenson town- 
Stevenson town 

Precinct 4. Carpenter ZZ 

Precinct 5. Kash 

Precinct 6. Fackler 

Precinct 7. 



Precinct 8. Cave Spring.. 
Precinct 9. Allison . 



Precmct 10. Hollywood, including Hollywood town- 
Hollywood town 

Precinct 11. Pisgah- 



Precinct 12. Langston, including Langston Townl 

Langston town 

Precinct 13. Tupelo Z Z 

Precinct 14. Larkinsville Z 

Precinct 15. Hunt Store ZZ ZZ 

Precinct 16. Woodville - _ ""Z „ 

Precinct 17. Trenton "Z"~ ZZ 

Precinct 18. Collins """ ' 

Precinct 19. Larkin^o. 



Precinct 20. Kyle Spring Z Z"Z """"" 

Precinct 21. Scottsboro, including ScotteboroZtown" 

Scottsboro town 

Precinct 22. Sanders - 



Precinct 2i|. Paint Rock, Includfni'PaTnt IBeZk tcrwn" 

Paint Rock town 

Precinct 24. Section _ _ ' 

Precinct 25. Harmony _ 

Precinct 26. Garth ---..,.-. 

Precinct 27. Holly Tree 20 - " ""_ 

Precinct 28. Dutton -_ Z Z 

Precinct 29. Gross Spring " 

Precinct 30. Haigwood 

Precinct 31. Holly Spring „ -""Z 

Precinct 32. Limrock - - " 

Precinct 33. Hambrick2')_ " 

Precinct 34. Princeton 20 _ '_ 



Jefferson county 21 . 



Precinct 1 

Precinct 2 23_. 

Precinct 3 

Precinct 4 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6 21 

Precinct 7 24 

Precinct 8 23— 



13 Parts taken to form precincts 18 and 19 since ison" 



4,669 

3.=7S 
8,763 
1,132 



1,311 
2,970 

602 

342 

434 

1,195 

2,639 



1,684 
1,348 
1,142 

787 
1,641 

514 
1,300 
1,419 

873 
1,521 

286 
1,884 
1,189 



30,508 



1890 



2,815 
247 

3,774 
960 



1,435 
1,980 



1,936 
I, =47 

990 
1,532 

560 



1,228 

1,081 
648 
560 

1,868 
168 

1,082 
676 
270 
SIS 

1,236 
512 
773 
729 
853 
550 
955 

2,918 

1,014 
248 

1,247 
394 
876 
419 
486 
426 

1,146 
658 
649 
121 

1,161 
178 
337 

140,420 

774 

3,209 

3,236 

528 

337 

604 

2,031 

3,357 



412 

920 

1,826 

46s 



1,886 
1,303 
1,283 

797 
1,318 

523 
1,111 



19 28,026 



1,131 



1,034 

1,451 
586 
695 
943 
931 

1,021 
533 
477 

1,519 



(18) 



772 



1,025 

1,157 
545 
819 
502 

1,160 
681 
703 

2,984 
959 
287 

1,429 



707 
395 
520 
551 
764 
586 
(") 
161 
1,244 



22 88,501 

739 

l,9-"'2 

1,677 

391 

247 

482 

2,352 

1,844 



since 1890. 



i« S^' *^'^^? *° ^°"^ precinct 18 since" 1890 

" 8SS^ ^°-S,P-?..°lP-cinc^la?d°16 since 1890. 



■ " PrecS 1?^^ ?ny*^ °^ precincts 3 and 19 since 1890 
^0 te^rslrndlVo^Zfei^rnt^^^^^^^ 
- ^^cS^^TJ'.4F'^^^y^^-^^^^ 0^ precincts 19 and 27 since 1890. 

Part taken to form precinct 45 since 1890. 



9 

Table 4.— POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— C!ontiimed. 



MINOR OIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



Jefferson county— Continued. 



Precinct 9 ' . 
Precinct 10 2 . 
Precinct 11 s . 
Precinct 12.. 



Precinct 13, including Trussville town. 

Trussville town 

Precinct 14.. 
Precinct 15.. 



Precinct M, including Morris town.. 
Morris town.. 



Precinct 17, Including Warrior town. 
■ Warrior town _ 



Precinct 18,* including Brookside and Cardiff towns _ 

Brookside town^ 

Cardiff town 

Precinct 19 " . 



Precinct 20, including paxt of Irondale town 

Irondale town (part of) 

Total for Irondale town,T in precincts 20 and 36 

Precinct 21,a exclusive of part of Birmingham clty_ 

Precinct 22 

Precinct 23' 

Precinct 24 1" 

Precinct 26 

Precinct 26 

Precinct 27 n 

Precinct 28 6. 



Precinct 29, including Pratt City town 

Pratt City town '2 

Ward I 877 

Ward 2 t,i34 

Ward 3 611 

Ward 4 863 

Precinct 30 

Precinct 31 1' .; 

Precinct 32 

Precinct 33, including Bessemer town 

Bessemer town 

Ward I- 



Ward 2 2,492 

Ward 3 1,629 

Ward 4 1,214 

Precinct 34, including Avondale and Woodlawn towns.- 

Avondale town 

Woodlawn town 

Precinct 35- 



Precinct 36, including part of Irondale town 

Irondale town (part of) 

Precinct 37, exclusive of part of Birmingham city.. 

Precinct 38, including Graysville town 

Graysville town 1., 

Precinct 39* 

Precinct 40 "> 

Precinct 41 " 

Precinct 42 s 

Precinct 43 1* 

Precinct 44 - . 



Precinct 45,i including Ensley city., 
Ensleycity 

Birmingham city i* 

Wardl- 



Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Wajd 4 

Ward 5— .. 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 

Ward 8— . 
Ward 9.-.. 



. 4,842 
. 5,450 
. 1, 986 
. 2, 015 
. 6,788 
. 2, 949 
. 5,093 
. 5,260 
. 4,032 



Lamae county. 



Precinct 1. Vemon.i^ including Vernon town — 

Vernon town 

Precinct 2. Lawrence 

Sizemore 

4. Brown 

5. Goode - 



Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 



6. Henson 

7. Millville 

8. Pine Springs -.— -— 

9. Moscow," including Sulligent town. 



SuUigent town. 



7,227 

2,400 

1,597 

1,358 

1,471 

742 

783 

1,822 

1,014 

187 

2,533 

1,018 

5,050 

658 

562 

734 

1,864 

498 

525 

1,054 

3,232 

604 

419 

1,105 

351 

418 

751 

10,076 

3,48s 



314 

762 

592 

11,239 

6,358 



3,060 

2,848 

681 

908 

27 

1,716 

2,627 

2,241 

1,509 

343 

3,126 

247 

757 

6,515 

2,100 

38,415 



16,084 



4,570 

2,079 

1,424 

1,218 

1,401 

462 

737 

1,285 

972 

156 

8,968 



2,277 
380 
203 
455 

1,965 



346 
997 
342 
444 
805 
5,621 
1,946 



428 

573 

608 

5,782 

4iS44 



4,957 

1,642 

1,506 

542 

668 



1,097 



26,178 



14,187 



1,417 


1,281 


291 


J9; 


984 


805 


706 


538 


615 


635 


358 


353 


450 


467 


696 


790 


607 


509 


2,092 


1,778 


303 





1 Precinct 45 organized from parts of precincts 7 and 9 since 1890. 

2 Precinct 44 organized from part of precmot 10 since 1890. 

8 Precinct 42 organized from parts of precincts 11 and 21 since 1890. 

4 Precinct 39 organized from part of precinct 18 since 1890. . . 

6Broo£ide to^ (population 380 in 1890) eiToneously given as in precinct 

^ ^?Part taken to form precinct 43 and part given to Walker county since 1890, 

I ftectacte 2^lfnd 37TpopSktion 5,356 in 1890) not separately returned in 1890. 

9 Part given to Walker county since 1890. ^ „ . . „^ . „„n 

10 Precinct 40 organized from part of precinct 24 smce 1890. 

11 Part taken to form precinct 43 since 1890. 

given to Walker county. 

« ^IZft S?r1a"SzfdVo'm"^a^'o7piSncts 1 and 9 since 1890. 
17 ftlcSct 7 orginized from part of precinct 6 since 1890. 



Lamak county— Continued. 



Precinct 10. Military Springs., 

Precinct 11. Betts 

P.-eoinctl2. Trulls 

Precinct 13. Vail . 



Precinct 14. Millport, including Millport town. 

Millport town 

Precinct 15. Steen, including Kennedy town — 

Kennedy town 

Precinct 16. Strickland 

Precinct 17. Wilson 

Precinct 18. Eidge 

Precinct 19. Bell " 



Lauderdale county.. 



800 

851 
993 
714 
815 
357 
754 
166 
1,113 
899 
895 
325 



26,559 



Precinct 1. Mitchell 

Precinct 2. Rogeraville- 

Precinct 3. Lexington. 

Precinct 4. Crossroads 

Precinct 5. Green Hill- 



Precinct 6. Center Star" 

Precinct 7. Poplar Springs"., 

Precinct 8. Blackburn is 

Precinct 9. St. Floriani».. 



Precinct 10. Morence,^" including Florence city- 
Florence city 

Ward I - 



Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6- 
Ward 7. 



Precinct 11. Rawhide 21 — 
Precinct 12. Oakland 22 — 
Precinct 13. Woodland^^- 
PrecinctU. Chapel 2* _ 



481 
986 
652 
879 

1,267 
957 

1,256 



Precinct 15. Gravelly Springs 26.. 

Precinct 16. Cave Springs'* 

Precinct 17. Waterloo 'i" 

Precinct 18. Spains" 



Lawrence county™. 



Precinct 1. HlUshoro,'" including Hillsboro town... 

Hillsboro town 

Precinct 2. Courtland,^! including Courtland town. 

Courtland town.. 



Precinct 2%. Town Creek, including Town Creek town. 

Town Creek town 

Precinct 3. Red -Bank =2 

Precinct 4. Mountainhome^i 

Precinct 5. Wolf Spring 

Precinct 6. Mount Hope 

Precinct 7. Moulton,si including Moulton town 

Moulton town 

Precinct 8. Plnhook 

Precinct 9. OakvlUe 

Precinct 10. Morris Chapel *> 



Lee county 



Precinct 1. Beulah 

Precinct 2. Opellka, Including OpeUka city.. 
Opelika city . 



Precinct 3. Ridge Grove.. 
Precinct 4. Bethel - 



Precinct 5. Loachapoka 

Precinct 6. Auburn, including Auburn village . 

Auburn village 

Precinct 7. Pierce Chapel 

Precinct 8. Salem.. 



Precinct 9. Meadows Crossroads 

Precinct 10. Phoenix.sa including Phoenix city.. 

Phoenix city 

Ward I 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 



,466 
746 
450 
901 
600 



716 
869 
759 
613 
710 
244 
736 



784 
846 



23,739 



738 
2,128 

935 
1,347 
1,535 
1,096 
1,001 

840- 

718 
8,265 
6,478 



1,339 

1,250 

1,222 

637 

845 

. 713 

1,314 

636 



20,124 



615 
1,496 

940 
1,106 
1,486 
1,679 



1,020 



8,310 
6,012 



1,481 
2,139 



1,961 

'i',m 



2»20,725 



1,576 

256 

2,720 

488 

2,086 

280 

831 

1,671 

1,463 

2,001 

3,303 

290 

1,503 

2,024 

946 



31,826 



2,505 



3,284 
579 

1,988 
201 

1,544 



1,589 
2,086 
2,925 



1,273 
2,109 



28,694 



1,094 
7,790 
4>245 
1,657 
1,062 
1,684 
3,615 
1,447 
2,013 
2,071 
1,2,30 
4,437 
4,163 



1,274 
6,875 
3,703 
1,402 
957 
1,632 
3,001 
1,440 
1,984 
1,999 
1,067 
5,117 
3i7<» 



IS Formerly precinct 7; part taken to form precinct 9 since 1890. 
18 Organized from parts of precincts 8 and 10 since 1890. 

20 Formerly precinct 8; part taken to form precinct 9 since 1890. 

21 Formerly precinct 9. 

22 Formerly precinct 10; part taken to form precinct 13 since 1890. 

23 Organized from part of precinct 12 since 1890. 
2* Organized from part of precinct 15 since 1890. 

25 Formerly precinct 11; parts taken to form precincts 14 and 16 since 1890. 

26 Formerly precinct 12; part taken to form precinct 18 since 1890. 
2' Organized from part of precinct 17 since 1890. 

28 Former precinct 4, Leighton and part of precinct 3 given to Colbert 
county since 1890. 

20 Includes former jirecinct 4, Leighton (population 1,422 in 1890). 

80 Precinct 10 organized from part of pr 'cinct 1 since 1890. 

81 Precinct 4, Mountainhome orgamzcd from parts of precincts 2 and 7 
since 1890. 

82 Part given to Colbert county since 1890. 
88 Part taken to form precinct 14 since 1890. 



10 

Table 4.— POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



HINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



MINOK OrVTL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



Lee county — Continued. 

Precinct 11. Wacoochee 

Precinct 12. Sears Crossroads-. 
Precinct 13. Floyd Mill. 



Precinct 14. Smith Station i. 



Limestone ootjnty.. 



Precinct 1. Athens, including Athens town. 

Athens town 

Precinct 2. Shoalford 

Precinct 8. Sand Spring 

Precinct 4. PettusviUe^ 

Precinct 5. Gilbertsboro 

Precinct 6. Wickham_ 



Precinct 7. Pleasant Grove. 

Precinct 8. Big Creek 

Precinct 9. Georgia 

Precinct 10. Slough. 



Precinct 11. Mooresville, including Mooresville town-. 

Mooresville town 

Precinct 12. Richland . 



Precinct 13. Greenbrier 

I'recinct 14. Quidnunc 

l*recinct 15. Ellanont,^ Including Elkmont town_ 
Elkmont town 



Lowndes county. 



Precinct 1. Benton . 
Precinct 2. Chin-chill- 



Precinct 3. Collirene' 

Precinct 4. Gordonville 

Precinct 5. Farmersvilles. 

Precinct 6. Bragg Store' 

Precihot 7. Hickory Hill _. 



Precinct 8. Hopewell- 

Precinct 9. Mount Willing 

Precirict 10. Fort Deposit, including Fort Deposit town-. 

Fort Deposit tdwn 

Precinct 11. Sandy Ridge - 

Precinct 12. Brooks 

Precinct 13. Prairie Hill 

Precinct 14. Hayneville 

Precinct 16. Letohatchee ' 

Precinct 16. Steep Creek 

Precinct 17. Pintlala 

Precinct 18. Lowndesboro 

Precinct 19. St. ClaJr 

Precinct 20. Whitehall y___2 2." 

Precinct 21. Wyndham' 



MAOON COUNTY— 



Precinct 1. Tuskegee, including Tuskegee town- 

Tuskegee town 

Precinct 2. Little Texas IIII 

Precinct 3. Society Hill- 



Precinct 4. Warrior Stand- 
Precinct 5. Cotton Valley-. 



Precinct 6. Honeyout, including Hardaway village-. 

Hardaway village 

Precinct 7. Cross Keys 

Precinct 8. Franklin. 



Precinct 9. Notasulga. 
Precinct 10. Laplace 



Madison county-. 



Precinct 1. Huntaville,' including Huntsville town 

Huntsville town 

Ward I I-rZI'ij^878" 

Ward a 2, 758 

Ward 3 1,405 



Ward 4. 
Precinct 2. Newmarket- 
Precinct 3. Maysville"— . 
Precinct 4. Colliers-. 



2,023 



Precinct 5. Vienna, Including New Hope town- 
New Hope town 

Precinct 6. Whitesburg 

Precinct 7. Triana' 

Precinct 8. Madison,^ including Madison town-. 

Madison town 1 

Precinct 9. Cluttsville ZZl. 

Precinct 10. Madison Crossroads 

Precinct 11. Meridlanville — 

Precinct 12. Hazel Green ' 

Precinct 18. Poplar Ridge 

Precinct 14. Wells 



1,203 
1,022 
1,167 
1,781 



22,387 



3,333 
1,010 
1,443 
1,091 
1,159 
1,298 
1,419 
1,244 
1,262 
1,590 
1,763 
1,7U 

ISO 
1,024 
1,209 
1,358 
1,483 

174 



35,651 



23,126 



5,737 
2, 170 
797 
1,896 
3,127 
2,775 
1,957 

2CO 

2,040 
1,178 
2,568 
1,061 



43,702 



14,642 
8,068 



1,497 
1,963 
1,353 
1,426 

208 
2,247 
1,786 
1,862 

412 
1,872 
1,039 
2,747 
1,560 
1,064 

319 



1,251 
1,016 
1,119 



21,201 



3,099 
940 
1,198 
1,237 
2,498 
1,621 
1,242 
1,263 
1,244 
1,482 
1,444 
1,664 
143 
950 
1,049 
1,210 



31,550 



1,094 


942 


1,240 


1,034 


1,882 


- 1,794 


2,891 


2,087 


684 


903 


770 


1,136 


998 


719 


1,146 


709 


2,072 


1,862 


2,963 


2j573 


1,091 
2,873 


,Si8 
2,317 


2,421 


1,905 


864 


814 


2,289 


2,242 


1,981 


1,638 


1,518 


1,432 


2,172 


2,037 


2,618 


2,983 


1,392 


1,277 


1,174 


1,146 


1,159 





18,439 



4,600 
1,803 
524 
1,748 
2,700 
1,910 
1,279 



1,726 

947 

2,120 



8,U9 



9,196 
7i995 



1,887 
2,682 
1,009 
1,283 



2,059 
1,823 
1,619 



1,775 
1,257 
2,893 
2,168 
980 
336 



1 Organized from part of precinct 10 since 1890. 

8 Precinct 15 organized from part of precinct 4 since 1890. 

' Precinct 21 organized from parts oi precincts 3, 5, and 6 since 1890 

* Includes former precinct 20, Laniers (population 1,024 in 1890). 

' Part of former precinct 20, Laniers annexed since 1890. 

' Precinct 21, Hurricane organized from parts of precincts 3 and 16 since 1890 

' Precinct 22 organized from part of precinct 12 mnoe 1890. 



Madison county— Continued. 



Precinct 15. Gurley, Including Gurley town- 
Gurley town-. 



Precinct 16. Deposit «- 
Precinct 17. Plevna . 



Precinct 18. Clouds Cove 

Precinct 19. Owen Crossroads- 

Precinct 20. Monrovia » 

Precinct 21. Hurricane' 

Precinct 22. Sulphur Springs'-. 



Makengo county - 



Precinct 1. Macon-. 



Precinct 2. DemopoUs, including Demopolis city.. 

Demopolis city 

Precinct 3. Jefferson 

Precinct 4. Springhill . 



Precinct 5. Dayton,' including Dayton village-. 
Dayton village-. 



Precinct 6. Faunsdale, Including Faunsdale village-. 

Faunsdale village 

Precinct 7. McKInleyi" 

Precinct 8. Linden 

Precinct 9. Hill- 



Precinct 10. Nanafalla-. 



Preeinct 11. Dixon Mills-. 

Precinct 12. Shiloh 

Precinct 13. Hamdeu-. 



Precinct 14. Horse Creek 

Precinct 15. Pineville 

Precinct 16. Sweetwater 

Preclnot 17. Hoboken 

Precinct 18. Jackson Store ' - 
Preclnot 19. Thomastoni" 



Marion county.. 



Precinct 1. Hamilton, including Hamilton town- 
Hamilton town 

Precinct 2. Rye 

Precinct 3. Camp 

PreciQct 4. Bexar 

Preciact 6. Shottsville 

Precinct 6. Reid 

Preclnot 7. Hackleburg 

Precinct 8. Goddard 

Precinct 9. Kimbro _ 

Precinct 10. Howell 

Precinct 11. Pearoes Mills 

Precinct 12. Clark 

Precinct 13. Baccus 

Precinct 14. Winfield, including Winfleld townZIIi; 

Winfield town 

Precinct 15. Guin, Including Guln townIZZZZIZ_-ir 

Guin town 

Preciact 16. PikevUle ZZZ 



Marshall county. 



Preeinct 1. GuntersviUe," including Wyeth City town 
Wyeth City town 

Precinct 2. Crossroads „ ZZ 

Precinct 3. Big Spring _~ "ZZ "" 

Precinct 4. AlbertvUleii Z"- 1Z~ 

Precinct 5. Jaybird- 



Precinct 6. Wakefield 

Precinct 7. ClaysvIUe 

Precinct 8. Bosharti^- 
Precinct 9. Kennemeri2. 
Precinct 10. Honeycomb 
Precinct 11. Patat Rock 
Precinct 12. Oleander 
Precinct 18. Rock Springs" 
Precinct 14. Warrenton 
Precinct 15. Red Hill 



Precinct 16. Friendship 
Precinct 17. Kirby 
Precinct 18. Thompson 
Precinct 19. Bucksnortis 



Precinct 20. Red Apple, Inc'ludiug Boartown " 

Boaz town "«f"- 

Precinct 21. Crawford 
Precinct 22. Reed Brake 
Precinct 23. Wrights 12 
Precinct 24. Hooper " 



Mobile county . 



'^'cft?Le\le'^S°°l"'' ""^'"^^"S CItronelle village-. 



1,628 

831 

1,045 

595 

258 

1,078 

1,763 

1,071 

952 



38,315 



2,258 
5,130 
2,606 
2,054 
1,899 
8,151 
427 
3,575 

2,129 

2,612 

1,976 

1,833 

1,237 

2,397 

1,536 

844 

1,175 

1,521 

776 

964 

1,748 



14,494 



1,667 
23s 
709 
338 
907 
683 
831 

1,142 
906 
814 
643 
659 
686 
825 

!,016 
316 

,151 

=49 
617 



23,289 



1,240 

209 

374 

274 

2,479 

651 

620 

622 

517 

500 

424 

723 

1,884 

1,040 

1,386 

491 

1,787 

1,006 

1,278 

676 

1,444 

253 

1,536 

1,061 

498 

878 



62,740 



1,800 
696 



1,248 
570 

1,610 
682 
308 
961 

1,479 



33,095 



18 61,687 



8 Formerly precinct 21. 

» SicSct 19 SS^nt^ S""" P^ °l P'«""<=t S since 1890. 
" fteeSct 24 Sn ?!h t°'^ "^ of precinct 7 since 1890 

,„„" Includes fomer WMd OTSi& fiP7^SiSf??' ^' ^"^.^^ =™06 1890. 

1890). ""^^ precincts 1, 6, 7, and 8 (aggregate population 2,910 in 



11 

Table 4.— POPULATION OF ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continlied. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Mobile county— Continued. 



Precinct 2. Mount Vernon 

Precinct 3. Beaver Meadow .. 

Precinct 4. Andrew Malones . 

Precinct 5. Creola 

Precinct 6. Mauvilla 

Precinct 7. Albritton' 

Precinct 8. Carver 

Precinct 9. Whistler 



1900 



Precinct 10. Koster. 
Precinct 11. Napoleonville . 

Precinct 12. Spnnehill 

Preoinot 18. wheelerville > - 

Precinct 14. MoGlU ' 

Precinct 15. Grand Bay 

Precinct 16. St. Elmo 

Precinct 17. Theodore - 



Precinct 18. Bayou Le Batre * 

Precinct 19. Heron Bayou and Dauphin Island- 
Precinct 20. Henry Malones 

Precinct 21. Red Store 

Precinct 22. Bairds Mills 

Precinct 23. Alonzo Thomas Store ' 

Precinct 24. Henry Pierces « 

Precinct 25. Coden* 

Precinct 26. Crawtords' 

Precinct 27. Garritys 8 

Precinct 28. Howells » 

Mobile city 

■ Wardl. 



Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 

Ward 8-. 



Not included in precincts i".. 



4,670 
876 
811 
, 1,656 
. 3,436 
. 7,245 
. 9,390 
, 10,385 



Monroe county - 



Precinct 1. Mount Pleasant''. 
Precinct 2. Claiborne i'. 



liecinot S. Monroeville, including Monioeville village. 
Monroeville village. 



Precinct 4. Burnt Com— 
Precinct 5. Kempville i^- 
Precinct 6. Eidge — 



Precinct 7. McKinley 

Precinct 8. Bell Landing - 

Precinct 9. Germany 

Precinct 10. Plneville 

Precinct 11. Old Texas 

Precinct 12. Midway 

Precinct 13 " 



Montgomery county"- 



Precinct 1, comprising ward 1, Montgomery city.. 
Precinct 2, comprising ward 2, Montgomery city-. 
Precinct 3, comprising ward 3, Montgomery city-. 
Precinct 4, comprising ward 4, Montgomery city-. 
Precinct 5, comprising ward 5, Montgomery city- 
Precinct 0, comprising ward 6, Montgomery city. 



Total for Montgomery city, coextensive with precincts z, 



Ward 2- 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4- 
Ward s- 



Ward 6 

Precinct 7. Pike Road 

Precinct 8. Dooley 

Precinct 9. MoGehee 

Precinct 10. Killough — - 

Precinct 11. Robertson Crossroads. 

Precinct 12, Porters—- 

Precinct IS. Pine Level ■ 

Precinct 14. Dublin 



4,026 

— 6,437 
3, 629 

— 8,424 

— 5,070 

— 2, 760 



1,277 
679 
451 
459 
728 
454 
620 

3,432 

1,465 

1,281 
699 
601 
204 
578 
456 
759 
651 
622 
205 

1,244 
825 
455 
400 
332 
427 

1,046 
328 

38,469 



2,498 



23,666 



1890 



1,348 
2,745 
3,394 

422 
1,006 
1,962 
1,101 
2,252 
1,887 
1,837 
1,963 

999 
1,340 
1,832 



72,047 



1,918 
600 
344 
331 
867 
853 
566 

2,363 

1,195 
897 
802 
872 
339 
661 
370 
744 
501 
458 
285 

1,081 
270 
157 



31,076 



1118,990 



4,026 
6,437 
3,629 
8,424 
5,070 
2,760 
30,346 



8,100 
2,365 
3,562 
3,039 
3,089 
3,465 
1,639 
1,842 
2,857 
2,077 
467 



830 
2,802 
2,286 

812 
634 
993 
2,009 
1,639 
1,717 
1,620 
1,110 
1,369 



56,172 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Montgomery county— Continued. 



Precinct 18. Old Elam- 
Precinct 19. Kendall — 
Precinct 20. Walker . 



Precinct 21. Mount Meigs —, 



Morgan county . 



Precinct 1. Decatur," including Decatur city-, 

Decatur city 

Precinct 2. Lames 

Precinct 3. Danville 



Precinct 15, Tuckers — 

Precinct 16. Union Academy — — rr-.c:sr-r-.---^- 

Trecinct 17. Highland Park, coextensive with Highland 
Park tovni. 

Highland Park town : 

Ward I ^°l 

Ward 2 ^*^ 

Ward 3 "4 

Ward 4 41 

1 Parts taken to form precincts 24, 26, ajid 28 since 1890. 
a Part taken to Jorm precinct 26 since 1890. 
8 Part taken to form precinct 24 since 1890. ... 

4 Siclnct 25 organized from part of precinct 18 since 1890. 

I S?'|^e^^id°?Sr¥rf^r1fnr7'aTi4 since 1890. 

1 8=li roS Ftrani g^t^d ^rTcfnllToaVe corporate limits of 
Mobile ftypopuMon 1,262 in 1890) and part of precinct 23 since 1890. 

i;8^tS'£'l8?0°S?sfa^d?t™;S§fncl%utsidethe corporate limits of 
^"S'iliSi^dirCSotacnsTpUatlon 1,169 in 1890). 



Precinct 4. Cedar Plains 

Precinct 5. Falkville, including Falkvllle town. 

Falkville town 

Precinct 6. Lawrence Cove" , 

Precinct 7. Apple Grove" 

Precinct 8. Valhermosa Springs 

Precinct 9. Somerville-. 



Precinct 10. Hartsell, Including Hartsell town- 
Hartsell town 

Precinct 11. Trinity, including Trinity town — 
Trinity town 

Precinct 12. Carter . 



Precinct 13. Flint, Including Flint town- 
Flint town _ 



Precinct 14. Nunu MiU- 
Precinctl5. Wolf- 



Precinct 16. Shady Grove.. 
Precinct 17. Evai'- 



Precinct 18. Ryans Crossroads " 

Precinct 19. New Decatur,i» including New Decatur city. 

New Decatur city 

Ward I 414 

Ward 2 i,6is 

Ward 3 1,309 

Ward 4 -• 1,099 



Perry county-. 



Precinct 1. Marion, including Marion town- 
Marion town- 



Precinct 2. Hamburg - 

Precinct 3. Uniontown, including Uniontown town 

Uniontown town 
Precinct 4. Scott 



Precinct 5. Cleveland — 
Precinct 6. Brush Creek-. 

Precinct 7. Oldtown 

Precinct 8. Severe - 



Precinct 9. Pinetuoky 

Precinct 10. Heard 

Precinct 11. Perryville 

Precinct 12. Radfordsville-. 

Precinct 13. Oak Grove 

Precinct 14. Cunningham . 

Precinct 15. Walthall 

Precinct 16. Pope 



Pickens county.. 



Precinct 1. Shelton— . 
Precinct 2. Palmetto . 



Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 



3. Vail 



Providence 

Henry 

Yorkville 

Beard- 



rreuiiiui- /. ojctwvi _ — ~ —- 

Precinct 8. Reform, mcluding Reform town_ 

Reform town — , 

Precinct 9. Corrs— 

Precinct 10. Gordo- 
Precinctll. Bostib- 



Precinctl2. Springhill" . 

ft— ^ ^i t-i rt+ 10 "Din V QTl OTTl 11 O 



Precinct ej. bpnngniii" ------- — — — 

Precinct 13. Kokensville, including PickensviUe town — 
PickensvUle town 



jriCKensvuie tuwii 

Precinct 14. CaxroUton, including CarroUton town- 
Carrolhon town _ 



Precinct 15. Speed Mills 

Precinct 16. Raleigh 

Precinct 17. Pleasant Grove- 
Precinct 18. Olney 

Precinct 19. Franconia 

Precinct 20. Memphis 



Precinct 2l! Faurfeld » 

Precinct 22. Vienna, including Vienna town- 
Vienna town 



1900 



3,484 
4,237 
3,226 
3,252 



28,820 



4,159 

691 
1,130 
1,159 
2,548 

ill 

492 

2,051 

2,169 

2,563 

670 

1,440 

191 

883 

1,092 

229 

436 

599 

729 

396 

470 

5,169 

4,437 



81,783 



6,078 
1,698 
2,145 
4,504 
1,047 
8,086 
817 
854 
1,967 
1,300 
1,020 
599 
1,300 
1,380 
1,265 
1,937 
2,323 
2,208 



24,402 



715 
610 
594 
499 

1,502 

1,219 
818 

1,240 
198 
902 

1,845 
832 
611 

2,010 
241 

1,565 
278 
586 
798 
187 
800 

2,013 
784 

1,296 

745 

70 



12 Precinct 13 organized from parts of precincts 1 and 2 since 1890. 

18 Former precinct 13 annexed since 1890. 

14 Comparison with population for 1890 can not be made; information as to 
changes in minor civil divisions incomplete. 

" wecincts 9 and 14 (population 2,227 in 1890) not separately returned m 
1890. 

.18 Precinct 19 organized from part of precinct 1 smce 1890. 

" Precinct 18 organized from parts of precincts 6, 7, and 17 since 1890. 

18 Precincts 3 and 16 'population 6,699 in 1890) not separately returned in 
1890. 

It Part taken to form precinct 24 smce 1890. 

"> Part taken to form precinct 25 since 1890. 



12 

Table 4.— POPULATION OP ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



MINCE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



Pickens county— Continued. 
Precinct 23. Bethany. 



Precinct 24. Pine Grove ' . 
Precinct 25. Whittena 



Pike county. 



Precmct 1. Troy, including Troy city- 
Troy city 

Ward I 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 "I" 



Ward 4_, 
Ward s- 
Ward 6. 



Precinct 2. Orion. 

Precinct 3. China Grove.. 



1,026 
87s 
553 
673 
612 
358 



Precinct 4. Gates Crossroads- 
Precinct 5. Monticello.. 



Precinct 6. Tanyard, including Banks town..-. 

Banks town 

Precinct 7. Dixon, including Brundidge town. 

Brundidge town 

Precinct 8. Grimes IIIII.IIIIII 



Precinct 9. Darby.. 
Precinct 10. Goshen Hill. 

Precinct 11. Mitchell 

Precinct 12. Josie.. 



Precinct 13. Linwood 

Precinct 14. Springhill 

Precinct 15. Indian Branch. 



Randolph county . 



Precinct 1. Saxon 3 

Precinct 2. Morrison a. 

Precinct 3. Rockdale.. 

Precinct 4. Lamar 

Precinct 5. Burson 

Precinct 6. Wedowee.. 

Precinct 7. Fox Creek . 

Precinct 8. Flat Rock.. 

Precinct 9. Louina. 



Precinct 10. Roanoke, including Roanoke town., 
Roanoke town.. 



Precinct 11. Rock Mills, including Rock Mills Yownr 

Rock Mills town 

Precinct 12. Bacon Level IIZI 

Precinct 13. Halpin _ 

Precinct 14. Pine Hill 3 



Russell county.. 



Precinct 1. Girard, including Girard city.. 

Girard city 

Ward I Ii: 



Ward 2.. 
Ward 3_. 
Ward 4.. 
Ward 5.. 
Ward 6-. 



Precinct 2. Crawford. 

Precinct 3. Marvyn 

Precinct 4. Uchee. 



■ 9=3 

. DOO 

■ S94 
519 
612 
592 



Precinct 5. Hurtsboro, including Hurtsboro town.. 

Hurtsboro town 

Precinct 6. Hatchechubbee.. 



Precinct 7. Scale, including Scale town. 

Scale town 

Precinct 8. Oswichee 

Precinct 9. Jemigan. 



Precinct 10. Glenville 



St. Claib county.. 



Precinct 1. Ashville, including Ashville town.. 

Ashville town 

Precinct 2. Oldtown ----- 

Precinct 3. Branchville.. 



Precinct 4. Springville, including Springvilletownl 

Springville town 

Precinct 5. Slate I 

Precinct 6. Steel Station ""' 

Precinct 7. Ferguson 

Precinct 8. Greensport 



1,173 

678 



29, 172 



6,767 
4.097 



1,966 

899 
1,472 
1,091 
1,352 

198 
3,385 

537 
1,495 
2,177 
1,681 
1,446 
1,472 

769 
1,721 
1,479 



21, 647 



800 
005 
411 
472 
115 
997 
981 
157 
510 
007 
iSS 
506 
420 
031 
7.52 
904 



27, 083 



1,783 
2,216 
1,740 
2,331 

407 
1,493 
4,368 

386 
2,695 
1,699 
2,328 



19,425 



2,446 



1,278 
2,210 
496 
466 
944 
856 
704 



1 Organized from part of precinct 12 since 1890. 

2 Organized from part of precinct 21 since 1890. 

a Precinct 14 organized from parts of precincts 1 and 2 since 1890 

< Part taken to form precinct 21 since 1890. 

6 Part taken to form precinct 20 since 1890. 

« Parts taken to form precincts 19, 20, and 21 since 1890 

' Part taken to form precinct 19 smce 1890. 

8 Organized from parts of precincts 11, 12, and 15 since 1890 

» Organized from parts of precincts 10 and 11 since 1890. 
i» Organized from parts of precincts 9 and 11 since 1890. 
" Part taken to form precinct 16 since 1890. 
" Parts taken to form precincts 15 and 18 since 1890. 



1,121 



5,156 
3,449 



1,829 
892 

1,373 
978 

1,164 



2,967 



1,198 
1,865 
1,351 
1,157 
1,290 
585 
1,827 
1,101 



17,219 



1,147 
1,073 
1, 047 
1,772 
1,769 
2,093 

822 

985 
1,377 
1,901 

631 
1,333 

385 
1,093 

807 



24, 093 



5,486 



2,129 
2,412 
1,786 
1,913 

433 
1, 669 
3,126 

299 
1,926 
1,589 
2,157 



17,363 



2,017 



613 
1,047 
1,968 



410 
796 
344 
817 



St. Claib county— Continued. 

Precinct 9. Ragland,* including Ragland town. 
Ragland town-. 



Precinct 10. Coal City,^ including Coal City town.. 

Coal City town 

Precinct 11. Seddon,« Including Seddon town 

Seddon town 

Precinct 12. Easonville ' 

Precinct 13. Kellys Creek 

Precinct 14. Dunlap.. 



Precinct 15. Eden,' including Eden and Pell City towns. 

Eden town 

Pell City town 

Precinct 16. Cook Springs 

Precinct 17. Moody 

Precinct 18. Caldwell 

Precinct 19. Cropwell '.. 



Precinct 20. Riverside," including Riverside town.. 
Riverside town.. 



Precinct 21. Fairview i" . 



Shelby county.. 



Precinct 1. Columbiana, including Columbiana town. 

Columbiana town 

Precinct 2. Spring Creek- 



Precinct 3. Calera, including Calera town. 

Calera town 

Precinct 4. Montevallo 

Precinct 5. Tyler 

Precinct 6. Helena 

Precinct 7. EUiottsvllle 

Precinct 8. Yellowleaf. 



Precinct 9. Wilsonville, including Wilsonville town.. 

Wilsonville town 

Precinct 10. Harpersville 

Precinct 11. Spearman " 

Precinct 12. Highland. 



Precinct 13. BoTdsprings.. 
Precinct 14. Vaudiveri2_. 



Precinct 16. Sterrett'a. 

Precinct 16. Kelly Creek," including Vincent town. 

Vincent town 

Precinct 17. Pelham ■ 1 " 

Precinct 18. Dunnavant i* 



SUMTEB COUNTY. 



Precinct 1. Black BlutE.. 

Precinct 2. Gaston 

Precinct 3. Thornville 

Precinct 4. Earbees.. 



Precinct 5. Intercourse _ "_" 

Precinct 6. York, including York toi 11 IIII." 

York town 

Precinct 7. Livingston, including Livingston town" 

Livingston town 

Precinct 8. Brewersville .~ _" " _ Z 

Precinct 9. Belmont _ __" __""" """ 

Precinct 10. Bluflport _ _ "I_ "" "" 

Precinct 11. Jones Bluff _" '"_I"_ 

Precinct 12. Sumterville 'II""__I_~_" 

Precinct 13. Paynville 



Precinct 14. Gainesville, including GalnesviUe tmvn 

Gainesville town 

Precinct 15. Lacey . '" 

Precinct 16. Preston . I 

Precinct 17. Hares 

Precinct 18. Cuba, including 

Cuba town 

Precinct 19. Warsaw 

Precinct 20. Cotohaga 



Cuba town 



Talladega county's 



Precinct 1. Blue Eye". 

"" pt?ol 4lan^'^l"'" '"'''"'^"'^^"^^^^^^^^^^ 

Eastaboga town 

McFall town (part of)~I ~_ Z I 

PrecScrrsUverRSnSt'^^''°"""""'^-f 

^'Tolont?Z"^^'"^''°"^«''^^*°sYronSontown::::::: 

'^'TXde™yi'^^'''*°<''"^^'"S™i^"d^^^^^^ 
Precinct 6. Alpine ^^"IIIIIIIIII!!! 



1,135 

309 
1,527 

509 
540 
229 
1,129 
649 
435 



177 



811 
634 
811 
892 
338 
373 



23,684 



1,422 



1,290 



1,549 



1,314 
599 
404 



3,502 

1,075 

770 

1,703 

770 

3,308 

420 

1,495 

1,831 

1,174 

2,192 

1,09s 

2,080 

769 

444 

418 

550 

727 

1,348 

765 

602 

351 



32, 710 



564 
805 
518 



20,886 



1,091 
647 
911 
974 
934 

2,243 
528 

3,389 
851 
298 



417 
735 
118 
620 
817 
951 
497 
169 
419 
384 
059 
520 



35,773 



2,811 
1,675 

398 
482 

1,571 
1,738 
735 
6,897 
2,661 
1,308 



3,295 

654 

994 

1,923 

753 

2,477 

991 

1,307 

1,144 

1,101 

1,706 



1,921 
601 
484 
354 

1,373 



722 
"493 



29,574 



916 

601 

881 

946 

823 

1,886 

415 

3,418 

850 

1,973 

1,970 

711 

2,554 

2,495 

1,046 

2,262 

1,017 

1,569 

1,167 

847 

1,189 

265 

1,811 

509 



"29,346 



2,354 
1,359 



2,427 

(16) 

562 
5,350 
2,063 
1,546 



lo ?f '.given to Clay county in 1895. ' 

I' Pa^fgTvIn t'^^^rltiK&ir'" '''°> ^ot separately returned in 1890. 

1 annefed^shi?e IS^a^""^"' '' P'^" "^^'^ ^ ^^ Precinct 18, and part of precinct 

- pS tt" 5° i°™ P!^5B« 18 ^tace 1890. 



> Port tolrfi,^ +1 e f^'-^^^UL io Since i«yU. 

^i K 1?el?Jcr2 ^n^Jf7'=^n'^e?e'dCceTslS *° °^"^ ''"'^"'^ ^'^^ ^'^■ 
slnreS °' P'^^^'-'^ ' -1 8 --x^e^l aS? pS given to precincts 9 and 16 



13 

Table 4.— POPULATION OP ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Talladega county— Continued. 

Precinct 7. Cast,! Including Eenfroe village.. 
Renfroe village.. 



Precinct 8. Kymulga^ J| 

Precinct 9. Wewoka^ I 

Precinct 10. Fayetteville * IIIIIIIIII" 

Precinct 11. Sylacauga,' including Sylacauga town!! 
Sylacauga town.. 



Precinct 12. Cluldersburg.o including Childersburg town 

Childersburg town 

Precinct 13. Emauhee '_ 



Precinct 14. Chandler Springs ' ... 
Precinct 15. Kentuck" 

Precinct 16. Maxdisville ^^ 

Precinct 17. Howell Cove ^K. 



Precinct 18. Mimford," including Jenifer townl 
Jenifer town 



Tallapoosa oounty. 



Precinct 1. Gold Branch 

Precinct 2. Alexander, including Alexander city.. 

Alexander city 

Precinct 3. Hackneyville 

Precinct 4. Poplar Springs 

Precinct 5. New Site 

Precinct 6. Eagle Creek.. 



Precinct 7. Dadevllle, including Dadeville town. 

DadeviUe town 

Precinct 8. Oaktuska 

Precinct 9. Red Ridge 

Precinct 10. Eufala . 



Precinct 11. Walnut HiU. 

Precinct 12. Eeeltown 

Precinct 13. Churchill 



Precinct 14. Rome . 

Precinct 15. Camp Hill, including Camp Hill village.. 

Camp Hill village 

Precinct 16. Dudleyvllle 

Precinct 17. Daviston. 



Precinct 18. Jacksons Gap.. 



Tuscaloosa cotjnty. 



Precinct 1. Windham Springs". 

Precinct 2. New Lexington i* 

Precinct 3. Moores Bridge 

Precinct 4. Marcomville 

Precinct 5. Ackers 

Precinct 6. Haasell 

Precinct 7. Cowden 

Precinct 8. Mitchell 

Precinct 9. Hughes - 



Precinct 10. Northport, including Northport town.. 

Northport town 

Precinct 11. Brookwood 

Precinct 12. Parsons 

Precinct 13. Vance 

Precinct 14. Jones . 



Precinct 15. Cottondale 

Precinct 16. Courthouse, including Tuscaloosa city.. 
Tuscaloosa city 



Ward I. 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3- 
Ward4. 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6. 



798 
384 
311 
290 



Precinct 17. Hickman — 

Precinct 18. Frlerson 

Precinct 19. Blocker 

Precinct 20. Crossland — 

Precinct 21. Romulus 

Precinct 22. Fosters 

Precinct 23. Koeppell 

Precinct 24. Smith 

Precinct 25. Mulenax ".. 

Precinct 26. Coker 

Precinct 27. Taylorville . 
Precinct 28. McDufE" — 



1900 



1,231 

174 

1,578 

1,700 

2,532 

4,055 

880 

1,993 

37= 

1,344 

689 

193 

1,049 

1,433 

1,981 

331 



29,675 



1,990 

3,822 

1,061 

2,071 

1,237 

1,468 

1,519 

2,869 

1,136 

406 

815 

657 

639 

3,137 

721 

1,654 

1,921 

686 

1,790 

1,940 

1,019 



728 

547 

692 

1,163 

425 

496 

917 

500 

1,009 

2,666 

424 

2,510 

1,367 

712 

433 

1,990 

9,194 

5,094 



1,029 
1,627 
1,221 
594 
706 
1,368 



449 
1,076 
1,178 

432 



1890 



1,346 

202 

1,701 

1,730 

2,234 

2,618 

464 

2,157 

777 

634 



('). 



537 
327 
948 



25,460 



1,880 

3,146 

679 

1,812 

1,063 

1,123 

1,340 

2,336 

873 

371 

756 

605 

607 

1,747 

720 

1,479 

1,459 

366 

1,551 

2,470 

995 



30,352 



496 

768 

612 

939 

347 

414 

909 

381 

916 

2,462 

413 

473 

632 

728 

867 

2,248 

7,436 

4i"S 



994 

1,438 

1,024 

523 

'616 

1,270 

567 

602 

380 

911 

1,399 



1 Parts given to precincts 6 and 17 since 1890. 

2 Parts given to precincts 6 and 12 since 1890. 

8 Part of precinct 6 annexed and part given to precinct 13 smce 1890. 

* Part given to precinct 12 since 1890. 

i> Part given to precinct 13 and part to Clay county since 1890. 

6 Parts of precincts 8 and 10 annexed since 1890. 

1 Parts of precincts 9 and 11 annexed and part given to Clay county since 1890. 

8 Part given to Clay county since 1890. ,.,„„„ 

Precincts 4 and 14 (population 2,078 in 1890) not separately returned m 1890. 

10 Part taken to form precinct 18 and part given to Clay county since 1890. 

11 Part of precinct 6 annexed and part given to Clay county since 1890. 

12 Part of precinct 7 annexed and part given to precmct 5 since 1890. 
18 Organized from parts of precincts 2, 3, 4, and 15 since 1890. 

" Precinct 28 organized from parts of precincts 1, 2, and 25 smce 1890. 

15 Part of Jefferson county annexed since 1890. 

18 Part taken to form precinct 20 since 1890. 

II Parts taken to form precincts 19 and 20 smce 1890. 

18 Part taken to form precinct 21 since 1890. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Walker county i' 



Precinct 1. Jasper, including Jasper town. 

Jasper town 

Precinct 2. South LoweU 

Precinct 3. ZIon 

Precinct 4. Cagle . 



Precinct 5. Carbon Hill, including Carbon Hill town... 

Carbon Hill town 

Precinct 6. Townly, including Townly town 

Townly town 

Precinct 7. Beach Grove 

Precinct 8. Pleasant Grove - 



Precinct 9. Oakman,i« including Oakman town. 

Oakman town 

Precinct 10. High Hill". 



Precinct 11. Good Springs " 

Precinct 12. Cordova, including Cordova town 

Cordova town 

Precinct 13. Hoise Creek,is including Horse Creek town. 
Horse Creek town 

Precinct 14. Bartonville .; 

Precinct 15. Bryan 

Precinct 16. Dorris.. 



Precinct 17. Turpentine 

Precinct 18. Corona, including Deer Creek town- 
Deer Creek town 

Precinct 19. Alabama i" 

Precinct 20. Pleasant Field 2» 

Precinct 21. Ebenezer^i 



Washington county 22.. 



Precinct 1. 
Precinct 2. 
Precinct 3. 
Precinct 4. 
Precinct 5. 
Precinct 6. 
Precinct 7. 
Precinct 8. 
Precinct 9. 
Precinct 10. 
Precinct 11. 
Precinct 12. 
Precinct 13. 
Precinct 14. 
Precinct 15. 



St. Stephens 28 

Thompson 23 

Frankville23 

Koenton 2* 

Healing Springs =*. 

GrantSDoro -* 

Yellow Pine2s 

Reeds 26 

Escatawpa 2* 

Deer Park 26 

Sims Chapel 26 

Fairford2» 

Malcolm 25 

Mcintosh 2» 

Sunflower 2» 



Wilcox county.. 



Precinct 1. Camden,2' including Camden town. 

Camden town : 

Precinct 2. Canton 

Precinct 3. Rehoboth 

Precinct 4. Prairie Blufl 

Precinct 5. Clifton 

Precinct 6. Bethel. 



Precinct 7. Lower Peachtree.. 

Precinct 8. Black BluflE 

Precinct 9. AUenton 

Precinct 10. Bonham 



Precinct 11. Pineapple,28 including Pineapple town. 

Pineapple town 

Precinct 12. Snow Hill,2' including Furman town 

Furman town 

Precinct 13. Mim . 



Precinct 14. Fox Mills.. 
Precinct 15. Sedan. 



Precinct 16. Boiling Springs 

Precinct 17. Geesbend 

Precinct 18. Mount Hope 28 

Precinct 19. Ackerville 29 

Precinct 20. Possum Bend ^ 

Precinct 22. Awin28 



Winston county . 



Precinct 1. Double Springs 

Precinct 2. Biler Road, including Haleysville town. 
Haleysville town 



1900 



25,162 



1890 



16,078 



3,088 

1,661 

445 

764 

1,119 

3,798 

830 

1,122 

124 

499 

537 

2,032 

503 
849 
839 

2,007 
567 

2,010 
385 
768 
551 
793 
793 

2,332 
332 
213 
339 
264 



11,134 



1,506" 
194 
989 
760 

1,284 
410 
911 
247 
406 
829 
520' 
480 
312 
950 

l,i 



35,631 



2,139 

478 
1,876 
1,311 
2,114 
2,702 
2,851 
2,414 
1,688 
1,982 

772 
2,210 

623 
3,119 

784 

941 
1,354 

857 
1,659 
1,169 
1,525 
1,376 
1,124 

448 

9,554 



1,143 

1,573 

165 



2,334 
780 
388 
621 
606 

1,799 
S68 
719 



584 
716 
1,406 
421 
769 
632 
702 



1,399 



583 
401 
641 
432 
1,346 



7,935 



1,909 
1,603 

1,743 
2,680 

30,816 



2,624 

545 

1,487 

1,134 

1,676 

2,408 

2,741 

2,309 

1,311 

2,109 

853 

2,200 

520 

3,236 

19s 

891 

951 

782 

1,415 

1,078 

1,611 



6,552 



787 
1,443 



1' Organized from parts of precincts 10 and 11 and part of territory taken from 
Jefferson county since 1890 ; part subsequently taken to form precinct 21. 

20 Organized from parts of precincts 9, 10, and 11 since 1890. 

21 Organized from parts of precincts 13 and 19 and part of territory taken 
from Jefferson county since 1890. 

22 Returned by commissioner's districts (erroneously given as precincts) in 1890. 
28 Precincts 1, 2, and 3 constitute commissioner's district 2; population of 

precincts not separately returned in 1890. 

2< Precincts 4, 5, and 6 constitute commissioner's district 3; population of 
precincts not separately returned in 1890. 

25 Precincts 7, 8, 9, and 10 constitute commissioner's district 4; population of 
precincts not separately returned in 1890. 

26 Precincts ll, 12, 13, 14, and 15 constitute commissioner's district 1; population 
of precincts not separately returned in 1890. 

27 Precinct 20 organized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 

28 Precinct 22 organized from part of precinct 11 since 1890. 

29 Precinct 19 organized from parts of precincts 12 and 18 since 1890. 



14 

Table 4.— POPULATION OP ALABAMA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Winston county— Continued. 



Precinct 3. Black Swamp., 

Precinct 4. Black Pond 

Precinct 5. Dismal. 



Precinct 6. Houston. 



1900 



1,232 
726 



584 



1890 



1,148 
626 
909 
502 



MINOB CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Winston county— Continued. 



Precinct 7. Looney Tavern.. 

Precinct 8. Morgan 

Precinct 9. Crossroad i 

Precinct 10. Delmari 



1900 



468 
613 
829 



1890 



845 
292 



1 Organized since 1890. No data in regard to formation as records were destroyed by fire. 

There are 201 incorporated cities, towns, and villages in Alabama, for which the population in 1900 is separately 
returned, and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, 
in which they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5.— POPULATION OF THE INCORPOEATED CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES OF ALABAMA: 1890 AND 1900. 



cities, towns, and villages. 



Abbeville town 

Alabama City town., 

Alexander city 

Andalusia town 

Anniston city 

Ashford village 

Asbland town 

Asbville town 

Atala tovm 

Athens town 

Auburn village 

Avondale town 

Banks town 

Batesville town 

Berry Station town- 
Bessemer town 

Birmingham city 

Boaz town.. 



Boiling town 

Brantley town 

Brewton town 

Bridgeport town _ 

Brookside town 

Brundldge town.. 
Calera town.. 



Camden town 

Camp Hill village- 
Carbon Hill town .. 

Cardiil town 

CarroUton town 

Castleberry town 

Center town 

Centerville town 

Cherokee town 

Childersburg town _ 
Chulafinnee town __ 
Citronelle village ._ 
Clantontown.. 



Clayton village 

Clio town 

Coal City town 

Colllnsville town 

Columbia town 

Columbiana town _. 

Cordova town 

Courtland town 

Cuba town 

Cullman city 

Dadeville town 

Dayton village 

Decatur city 

Deer Creek town 

Deraopolis city 

Dothan villp.ge 

Dundee town 

Ea«taboga town 

Eden town 

EdwardsvlUe town.. 

Elba town 

Elkmont town 

Ensley city 

Enterprise town 

Eufaula city 

Eunola town 

Eutaw town 

Evergreen town 

Falkville town 



population. 



1900 1890 



889 

2,276 

1,061 

551 

9,695 

286 

422 

362 

1,692 

1,010 

1,447 

3,060 

198 

137 

245 

6,358 

38,415 

253 

175 

390 

1,382 

1,247 

668 

537 

770 

478 

686 

830 

562 

278 

167 

282 

422 

261 

372 

33 

696 

611 

998 

326 

509 

524 

1,132 

1,075 

567 

488 

384 

1,255 

1,136 

427 

3,114 

332 

2,606 

3,275 

249 

398 

177 

398 

635 

174 

2,100 

610 

4, 532 

132 

884 

1,277 



465 



679 
270 



635 



1,254 

940 

1,440 

1,642 



4,544 
26, 178 



753 
545 



568 
203 



347 
239 



777 



623 
997 



367 
960 
654 



579 
265 

1,017 
873 
412 

2,765 



1,8 



446 
285 



CITIES, towns, and TILLAGES. 



Faunsdale Tillage 

Fayette town 

Pitzpatrick town 

Flint town 

Florence city 

Fort Deposit town 

Fort Payne city 

Fruithurst town 

Fulton town! 

Furman town 

Gadsden town '. 

Gainesville town 

Gaylesville town 

Geneva town 

Georgiana city 

Girard city 

Good water town 

Grordon village 

Graysville townl 

Greensboro town 

Greenville city 

Guin town. 



Gurley town 

Haleysville town 

Hamilton town 

Hardaway village.. 

Hartford town 

Hartsell town 

Headland village 

Heflin town . 



Highland Park town. 

Hillsboro town 

Hobson city 

HoUins town 

Holly Pond town 

Hollywood town.! 

Horse Creek town 

Huntsville town 

Hurteboro town 

Ironaton tdwnl, 
Irondale town.. 



Jackson village 

Jacksonville town. 

Jasper town , 

Jemison town 

Jenifer town 

Joppatown 

Kennedy, town 

Kinsey village 

Lafayette town 

Lanett town 

Langston town 

Leighton town 

Lineville town 

Livingston town 

Louisville town 

Luverne village 

McFall town 

Madison town 

Marion town. 



Midland City village.. 

Midway- toWn 

Millport town 

Mobile city ... 

Mon;-oevilIe village 

Montgomery city 

Mooresville town 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



333 

452 

447 

229 

6,478 

1,091 

1,037 

374 

140 

184 

4,282 

817 

266 

1,032 

667 

3,840 

728 

356 

319 

2,416 

3,162 

249 

831 

165 

235 

200 

382 

670 

602 

460 

467 

256 

292 

238 

144 

168 

385 

8,068 

407 

735 

525 

1,039 

1,176 

1,661 

245 

331 

130 

166 

342 

1,629 

2,909 

270 

506 

211 

851 

416 

731 

820 

412 

1,698 

304 

430 

357 

38,469 

422 

30, 346 

150 



211 



357 



6,012 

518 

2,698 



195 
2,901 
1,017 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



rOPULATION. 



1900 1890 



637 
466 



689 



1,759 
2,806 



570 



696 



422 



7,995 
433 



1,237 
780 



823 



777 



234 
850 



451 



612 

244 

31,076 



21,883 
143 



Morris town.. 



Moulton town 

Muscadine town 

Newbem town 

New Decatur city- 
New Hope town 

Newton town 

Northport town 

Oakman town 

Oneouta town 

Opelika city 

Oxanna town 

Oxford town.. 



Ozark village 

Paint Rock town 

Pell City tovm 

Phoenix city 

Pickensville town.. 
Piedmont village.. 

Pinckard town 

Pineapple town 

Pollard village 

Pratt City town 

Prattvllle town 

Eagland town. 



Reform town 

Reufroe village 

Reptoii town 

Riverside town 

Roanoke town 

Rock Mills town 

Russellville town 

Rutledge village 

Soottsboro town 

Seale town 

Seddon town 

Selma city.. 



Shelfield city 

Springville town. 
Stevenson town.. 
SuUigent town..., 

Sylacauga town 

IWladega city_. 



Thomasville village 

Thomp.son Station town . 

Town Creek town 

Townly town 

Trinity town 

Troy city 

Trussville town 

Tuscaloosa city 

Tusoumbia city 

Tuskegee town. 



Union Springs town.. 

Uniontown town 

Vernon town 

Vienna town.. 



Vincent town 

Walnut Grove tovm.. 
Warrior town.. 
Wetumka city.. 



Whiteoak Springs village 

Wilsonville town 

Winlield town 

Woodlawn town 

Wyeth City tovm 

York town 



187 

290 

132 

564 

4,437 

208 

457 

424 

503 

583 

4,245 

1,184 

1,372 

1,570 

394 

98 

4,163 

241 

1,745 

711 

623 

267 

3,485 

1,929 

309 

198 

174 

170 

338 

1,155 

420 

1,602 

346 

1,014 

386 

229 

8,713 

8,333 

496 

560 

303 

880 

2,661 

686 

145 

280 

124 

191 

4,097 

742 

5,094 

2,34S 

2,170 

2,634 

1,047 

291 

70 

765 

251 

1,018 

562 

475 

1,095 

316 

2,848 

299 

528 



156 

~ioo 



3,565 



520 
413 
421 



3,703 

748 

1,473 

1,195 



3,700 



711 



520 

389 

1,946 

724 



202 



385 
920 
314 
959 
299 



7,622 
2,731 



586 



464 

.2,06S 

291 

201 



3,449 

462 

4,215 

2,491 

1,803 

2,049 

854 

192 



619 



1,506 



415 



Of the above named 201 incorporated places there are only 32 that havp a T.r^r^„^o^; • i«.^^ j. 
J J ^1, 1 r, 1- 1 ■• . „ ^ ^j o^ 1.110,1 nave a population m 1900 of more than 9 nnn 

and of these only 9 have a population m excess of 5,000 -^,000, 



15 



Birmingliam, Mobile, and Montgomery are the only cities in Alabama that have a population in 1900 of more than 
25,000, and for these cities a summary is presented in table 6, showing the population of each from the first year in 
which it is separately stated in the census report, to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per 
cent during each of the ten-year periods. 

Table 6.— POPULATION OF BIRMINGHAM, MOBILE, AND MONTGOMERY: 1820 TO 1900. 





BIRMINGHAM. 


MOBILE. 


MONTGOMERY. 


CENSUS YEARS. 


Population. 


Increase. 


Population. 


Increase. 


Population. 


Increase. 




Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 _ 


38,415 

26,178 

3,086 


12,237 
23,092 


46.7 
748.2 


38,469 

81,076 

29,132 

32,034 

29,258 

20,516 

- 12,672 

3,194 

1,500 


7,398 
1,944 
12,902 
2,776 
8,743 
7,843 
9,478 
1,694 


23.7 
6.6 
19.0 
9.4 
42.6 
61.8 
296.7 ■ 
112.9 


30,346 
21,883 
16,713 
10,588 
8,843 
8,728 
2,179 


8,463 
5,170 
6,125 
1,745 
115 
6,549 


38.6 


1890 


30.9 


1880 — 


57.8 


1870 






19.7 


1860 








1.3 


1850 - - 








800.5 


1840 - 










1830 












1820 

































1 Decrease. 

According to this summary, the population of Birmingham increased from 3,086 in 1880 to 26,178 in 1890, or 
748.2 per cent; and from 26,178 in 1890 to 38,415 in 1900, or 46.7 per cent. Mobile increased in population from 
1880 to 1890 only 6.6 per cent, but in the last decade 23.7 per cent. The population of Montgomery increased from 
1880 to 1890 at the rate of 30.9 per cent, but in the decade just closed, at the rate of 38.6 per cent. The greatest 
numerical increase and the greatest percentage of increase during the last 10 years have occurred in the city of 
Birmingham. 




Director of the Census. 



^> 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin 



No. 6. 



^A^ASHINGTON, D. C. 



October 17, 1900. 



POPULATION OF ARIZONA BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives 
the aggregate population of Arizona by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the 
returns of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Arizona was organized as a territory Februaiy 24, 1863. In 1860 Arizona constituted the county of Arizona, in 
the territory of New Mexico, and had a population of 6,482. Table 1 shows the population of Arizona at each census 
from 1870 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each decade. 

Table 1.— POPULATION OF ARIZONA: 1870 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEAES. 


Population. 


INCUEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 




122,212 

59,020 

40, MO 

9,658 


62,592 
19, 180 
30,782 


104.9 
47.4 
318.7 




;^8S0 











The population of the territory in 1900 is 122,212 as compared with a population in 1890 of 59,620. This shows 
an increase during the decade of 62,592, or 104.9 per cent. This large increase is due in part to the fact that there 
were 28 469 Indians and 154 other persons, or a total of 28,623 persons, on Indian reservations, etc., m Arizona, who 
were specially enumerated in 1890 under the provisions of the census act, but were not included in the general popula- 
tion of the territory at that census. The population of the territory in 1870 was 9,658, and during the ] years from 
1870 to 1880 it increased 30,782, or 318.7 per cent, giving a population in 1880 of 40,440. The population m J 890, as 
stated in the report for that census, was 59,620, representing an increase during the decade of 19,180, or 47.4 per cent. 

The population of Arizona in 1900 is more than twelve times as large as the population given for 1870, the first 
census taken after its organization as a territory in 1868. 

The total land surface of Arizona is, approximately, 112,920 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows : 1800, 0.5; 1900, 1.0 

Table 2 shows the population of Arizona by counties at each census from 1870 to 1900, mclusive, while table 
3, which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase by number and per cent during the 10 years 
from 1890 to 1900. 

(C P 15 M) 



Table 2.-POPULATION OP ARIZONA BY COUNTIES: 1870 TO 1900. 



The Territory-. 



Apache 2 

Cochise' 

Coconino*-. 
Gila 6- 



Graham' 

Maricopa'-. 

Mohaye 

Navajo' 

Pima' 

Pinal' 



Santa Cruz W-. 

Yavapai* 

Yuma . 



San Carlos Indian reservation "- 



1900 



122,212 

8,452 

9,251 

6,344 

»4,264 

"14,162 

21,352 

3,443 

«8,817 

14,689 

6,884 

4,545 

13,799 

4,145 

3,065 



18S0 



59,620 



4,281 
6,938 



2,021 
5,670 



10,986 
1,444 



12,673 
4,251 



8,685 
2,671 



1880 



40, 440 
5,283 



5,689 
1,190 



17, 006 
3,044 



5,013 
3,215 



1870 



179 



5,716 



2,142 
1,621 



1860 



1 6, 482 



1860 



1 Then the county of Arizona, in the territory of New Mexico. 

2 Parts taken to form Graham in 1881 and Navajo in 1895. 

3 Organized from part of Pima in 1881. 

* Coconino organized from part of Yavapai in 1891. 

s Gila organized from parts of Maricopa and Pinal in 1881. 

8 Exclufflvo of population of San Carlos Indian reservation. 



1 Organized from parts of Apache and Pima in 1881. 
'. gStll'^rfo^m CochS'e^and toham in 1881 and Santa Cruz in 1899. 
u ?^^^SL^trSi\m^l?d°SoSuntles, hut the population in each county wa. 
not separately returned. 



Tablb 3.-IN0REASE IN POPULATION OP ARIZONA BY COUNTIES : 1890 TO 1900. 



The Territory- 



Apache 

Cochise 

Coconino - 
Gila. 



Graham . 



Maricopa- 



Number. Per cent. 



62,592 



4,171 
2,313 
5,344 
2,243 
8,492 
10,366 



97.4 



110.9 

149.7 

94.3 



Mohave 

Navajo 

Pima 

Pinal 

Santa Cruz 

Yavapai 

Yuma . 

San Carlos Indian reservation. 



Number. Per cent. 



1,999 
8,817 
2,016 
2,633 
4,545 
5,114 
1,474 
3,065 



138.4 



15.9 
61.9 



58.8 
55.1 



The following territorial changes in the counties of Arizona have been made since 1890 : Part of Yavapai taken 
to form Coconino in 1891; part of Apache taken to form Navajo in 1895; and part of Pima taken to form Santa Cruz 

in 1899 

As above stated, 3 counties, namely, Coconino, Navajo, and Santa Cruz, have been formed since 1890. The 
remaining 10 counties all show increases in population since 1890, and some of them very large increases. These large 
increases are due in certain cases, however, to the exclusion from the general population of the territory in 1890 of 
Indians and other persons on Indian reservations, etc. 

The population of Arizona can not be given by precincts for the different counties in 1900, as it is not separately 
returned. Table 4 shows the population of Arizona by cities, towns, and Indian reservations, so far as it was separately 
returned at the censuses of 1890 and 1900. 

Table 4.— POPULATION OP ARIZONA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Apaohe county 1 — 



Fort Apache Indian reservation (part of) 

Total for Fort Apache Indian reservation, in Apache, Gila, 
and Navajo counties. 
Navajo Indian reservation (part of) 

Total for that part of Navajo Indian reservation in Apache, 
Coconino, and Navajo counties, Arizona.^ 



COOHISB OOUNTY- 
Tombstone city 



COOONINO COUNTY'-. 



, 271 
14 
635 



Flagstaff town 

Eualpai Indian reservation (part of) 

Total for Hualpai Indian reservation, in Coconino and Mo- 
have counties. 

1 Part taken to form Navajo county in 1895. 

s For population of remainder of reservation, see figures for New Mexico 
and Utah. 



1900 



8,452 



360 
1,876 

5,136 
6,257 



9,251 



646 



5,344 



1890 



4,281 



1,875 



963 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



CoooNiNO COUNTY— Continued. 



Navajo Indian reservation (part of) 

[For total of that part of Navajo Indian reservation in Ari- 
zona^ see Apache county.] 
Supai Indian reservation (part of) 

Total for Supai Indian reservation, in Coconino and Mo- 
have counties. 



GlL^ COUNTY *- 



Globe town 

Port Apache Indian reservation (part of). 
[For total see Apaclie county.] 



1900 



Graham county*-. 



Pima town- 

' Organize _ ^ _ 

* Exclusive of part of San Carfos Indian reservation. 



I Organized from part of Yavapai county in 1891. 
' " " ' ' " rlos 



709 

220 
236 



4,264 



1,495 
720 



14,162 



S2I 



1890 



2,021 



803 



6,670 



750 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF ARIZONA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR OrVlL DIVISIONS. 



Gkaham county— Continued. 



Solomonville city_, 
Thatcher town 



Maeioopa county.. 



Mesa town 

Phoenix city_. 

Ward i__. 

Ward 2 

Ward 3-.. 

Ward 4_ 



1,588 
1,748 

Soi 



Terape town ~~ 

Gila Bend Indian reservation III. _I " __Z"III 

Gila River In'dian reservation (part of) I___II! 

Total for Gila River Indian reservation, in Maricopa and 
Pinal counties. 
Salt River Indian reservation 



Mohave county. 



Chloride town 

Hualpai Indian reservation (part of)- 

[For total see Coconino county.] 
Supai Indian reservation (part of) 

[For total see Coconino county.] 



Navajo county i. 



Winslowtown 

Fort Apache Indian reservation (part of). 

[For total see Apache county.] 
Moqui Indian reservation 



1900 



629 
644 



21, 852 



722 
S,544 



892 

227 

1,454 

=,954 

1,665 



3,443 



466 
621 



16 



8,817 



i,3°5 
796 



1,807 



1890 



287 
320 

10, 986 



3, '5' 



1,444 



363 



MINOK OIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Navajo county— Continued. 

Navajo Indian reservation (part of) __. 

[For total of that part of Navajo Indian reservation in 
Arizona, see Apache county.] 



Pima county 2_, 



TuL-son city 



Nomadic Indians 

San Xavier Indian reservation. 



Pinal county. 



Gila River Indian reservation (part of). 

[For total see Maricopa county.] 
Nomadic Indiana 



Santa Ceuz county 2_ 



Nogales town.. 



Yavapai county*.. 



Jerome town.. 



Prescott city_. 



Yuma county.. 



Yuma city 

Colorado River Indian reservation. 



1900 



412 



7,531 
565 
978 



6,884 



1,500 

559 

4,545 



1, 761 
18,799 



2, 861 
3,559 



4,145 



San Carlos Indian reservation *_ 



i,402 

558 



8, 065 i. 



I 



1890 



12,67i 



4,251 



1,194 
8,685 



250 
1,759 



2,671 



1 Organized from part of Apache county in 1895 ; exclusive of part of San 
Carlos Indian reservation. 

2 Part of Pima county taken to form Santa Cruz cotinty in 1899. 



8 Part. taken to form Coconino county In 1891. 
* Located in Gila, Graham, and Navajo counties. 



There are 16 incorporated cities and towns in Arizona, for which the population in 1900 is separately returned, 
and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, in which 
they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5 POPULATION OP THE INCORPORATED CITIES AND TOWNS OF ARIZONA : 1890 AND 1900. 



0ITIi3 AND TOWNS. 


POPULATION. 


cities and towns. 


population. 


CITIES AND TOWNS. 


POPULATION. 


1900 


1890 


1900 


1890 


1900 


1890 




466 
1,271 
1,495 
2,861 

722 
1,761 






5,544 
621 

3,559 
629 
892 
644 


3,152 
760 

1,759 
287 


Tombstone city . 


646 
7,531 
1,305 
1,402 


1,875 




963 
803 
250 


Pima town . 


Tucson city . __ 


5,1.50 






Winslow town. ... 


363 




Solomonville city 


Yuma city 


1,773 




Tempe town — 








1,194 


Thatcher town — — 


320 











Of the above named 16 incorporated places there are only 4 that have a population in 1900 of more than 2,000, 
namely, Tucson city, with 7,531; Phoenix city, with 5,544; Prescott city, with 3,559, and Jerome town, with 2,861 
inhabitants. 




Director of the Getisus. 



-> 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 




Census Bulletin. 



No. 7. 



^A^ASHINGTON, D. C. 



October 3, 1900. 



POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives 
the aggregate population of Arkansas by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the 
returns of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Arkansas was organized as a territory March 2, 1819, and admitted as a state June 15, 1836. In 1810 Arkansas 
county, then in the territory of Louisiana, but subsequently included in the territory of Arkansas, had a population of 
1,062. Table 1 shows the population of Arkansas at each census from 1820 to 1900, inclusive, together with the 
increase by number and per cent during each decade. 



Table 1.— POPULATION OF ARKANSAS: 1820 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEARS. 


Population. 


INCEEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 


1,311,564 

1,128,179 

802,525 

484,471 

435,450 

209, 897 

97,574 

30,388 

14,255 


183,385 

325,654 

318,054 

49,021 

225,553 

112,323 

67,186 

16,133 


16.25 

40.-58 

65.65 

U.26 

107.46 

115.12 

221.09 

113.17 


1890 _ - 


1880 


1870 _ 


I860 


I860 - 


1840 — 


1830 

1820 









The population of the state in 1900 is 1,311,564 as against 1,128,179 in 1890, representing an increase since 1890 
of 183 385 or 16.25 per cent. This rate of increase is only about two-fifths of that for the decade from 1880 to 
1890 when it was 40.58 per cent, and less than one-fourth of that for the decade from 1870 to 1880, when it was 
65.65 per cent. From 1860 to 1870 there was an increase of only 11.26 per cent, but prior to 1860 the population 
more than doubled itself during each decade, and for the decade from 1880 to 1840 showed an increase of 221.09 

per cent. 

The population of Arkansas in 1900 is more than ninety times as large as the population given for 1820, the first 

census taken after its organization as a territory in 1819. 

The total land surface of Arkansas is, approximately, 53,045 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows : 1890, 21.27; 1900, 24.73. 

Table 2 shows the population of Arkansas by counties at each census from 1820 to 1900, inclusive, while table 
3 which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase (or decrease) by number and per cent during the 
ten years from 1890 to 1900. 

(CP15M) 



Table 2.— POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY COUNTIES : 1820 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1860 


1850 


1840 


1830 


1820 


1810 


1800 


1790 




1,311,564 


1,128,179 


802,525 


484,471 


436,450 


209,897 


97,574 


30,388 


14,265 


1 1, 062 












Arkansas 2 


12,973 
19,734 
9,298 
31,611 
16,396 

9,651 
8,539 
18,848 
14,528 
21,289 

15,886 
9,628 
11,620 
22,077 
19,772 

19,505 
21,270 
14,529 
11,051 
11,518 

11,511 
19,451 
20,780 
17,395 
12,917 

18,773 
7,671 
16,979 
24,101 
12,748 

14,076 
22,557 
13,506 
18,383 
40,972 

17,448 
10,594 
16,491 
19,409 
13,389 

13,731 
20,563 
22,544 
19, 864 
11,377 


11,432 
13,295 
8,527 
27,716 
15,816 

7,972 

7,267 

17,288 

11,419 

20,997 

12,200 
7,884 
11,362 
19,893 
19,459 

12,025 

21,714 

13,940 

7,693 

9,296 

10,324 
17,352 
18,342 
19,934 
10,984 

15,328 
7,786 
12,908 
22,796 
11,603 

13,789 
21,961 
13,038 
15,179 
40,881 

16,758 
7,700 
12,984 
18,886 
10,255 

8,903 
20, 774 
19,263 
17, 402 
10,390 


8,038 
10,156 

6,004 
20,328 
12,146 

6,285 
5,671 
13,337 
10, 117 
15,771 

7,213 


8,268 
8,042 


8,844 
8,590 


3,245 
2,058 


1,346 


1,426 


1,260 


1 1, 062 










Baxter 

















Benton 


13,831 
7,032 

8,646 
3,853 
6,780 
7,214 
11,953 


9,306 


3,710 


2,228 

















8,388 
4,103 
9,383 
9,234 
9,735 


3,829 














Calhoun 














4,614 
6,115 
4,070 


2,844 
3,806 
2,309 














1,165 
1,369 












1,040 








Clay 








Cleburne ^ 






















8,370 
14,090 
12,755 

7,037 
14,740 
9,415 
5,050 
6,505 

8,973 
12,231 
12,786 
14,951 

6,720 

9,023 
6,185 
7,480 
19,015 
7,775 

9,917 
18,086 
10,857 
10,877 
22,386 

11,565 
5,730 
8,782 

13,288 
9,265 

6,404 
14,885 
12,146 
11,455 

7,907 






















11,397 
8,112 

4,577 
8,957 
3,831 
3,915 
6,707 

6,126 
9,960 


12,449 
6,697 

3,066 
7,850 
4,920 


















3,583 


2,892 


982 




















Crawford 


7,960 
2,648 


4,266 
1,561 


2,440 
1,272 






























Dallas 


8,283 

6,469 
9,078 


6,877 

2,911 
3,276 
















1,598 






































Franklin » 


9,627 
4,843 


7,298 
4,024 


3,972 
1,819 


2,665 
























Garland 














Grant 


3,943 
7,573 
13,768 
6,877 


















Greene _ 


6,843 

13, 989 

5,636 


2,593 
7,672 
3,609 


1,686 
4,921 
1,907 












Hempstead 


2,512 
458 


2,216 
























Independence ^ 


14,666 
6,806 
7,268 

16,733 

9,152 
9,139 
6,981 


14,307 
7,215 
10,493 
14,971 

7,612 
8,464 
9,372 


7,767 
3,213 
3,086 
5,834 

5,227 
5,220 
5,274 


3,669 
2,240 
1,540 
2,566 

3,433 
2,200 
2,835 


2,031 

1,266 

333 

772 




















Jackson 










Jefferson 7 




















Lafayette -_ 


748 
2,806 










Lawrence 


5,592 








Lee - 




























Little Eiver 


3,236 


















Logan :.. 


















Lonoke » 




















Madison « 


8,231 
3,979 


7,740 
6,192 


4,823 
2,308 


2,775 
1,325 

























Miller 


356 


999 








Miller ._ 


17,558 
16,384 
16,816 
9,444 

16,609 
12,538 
20,892 
7,294 
26,561 

10,301 
7,025 
18,352 
21,715 
11,875 

63,179 
17,166 
17, 157 
13,122 
13,183 

11,988 
36,935 
16,339 
12, 199 
8,100 

22,495 
11,220 
34,256 
24,864 
16,304 
22,750 


14,714 

11,635 

15,336 

7,923 

14,832 
9,950 

17,033 
5,538 

25,341 

8,537 
4,272 
9,283 
19,458 
11,374 

47,329 
14,485 
13,543 
11,311 
12,635 

9,664 
33,200 
10,072 
10,418 

7,043 

14,977 
8,567 
32,024 
22,946 
14,009 
18,015 


9,919 
7,332 
9,574 
5,729 

12,959 
6,120 

11,758 
3,872 

21,262 

6,345 
2,192 
5,857 
14,822 
8,435 

32,616 

11,724 

8,389 

8,953 

9,174 

7,278 
19,560 
6,192 
9,047 
5,089 

13,419 
9,565 

23,844 

17,794 
8,646 

13,852 
















Mississippi 


3,633 
8,336 
2,984 


3,895 
5,657 
3,633 


2,368 
2,049 
1,958 


1,410 
936 













Monroes 


461 








~— ~~ 


Montgomery 










Nevada 














Newton _ _ 


4,374 
12,975 

2,685 
15,372 

3,788 
1,720 
3,376 
8,886 
5,604 

32,066 
7,466 
6,714 
3,911 
7,483 

5,614 

12,940 

4,492 

5,400 


3,393 
12,936 

2,465 
14,877 

4,025 
3,621 
4,262 
7,883 
8,854 

11,699 
6,261 
8,672 
6,640 
6,145 

5,271 
9,238 
10,516 


1,758 

9,691 

978 

6,935 

1,861 
2,308 
1,263 
4,710 
2,097 

5,657 
3,275 
4,479 
3,903 
3,083 

1,979 














Ouacliita 














Perry 














Phillips 


3,547 

969 
1,320 


1,152 


1,197 












Pike 








Polk 

Pope 


1,483 














Prairie a _. 

Pulaski 


5,350 
2,196 
2,499 
2,061 
1,694 

936 


2,396 
1^505' 


1,921 


z: 






Randolph 

St. Francis 




Scott 

Searcy 

Sebastian 




— :::::: 









Sevier 

Sharp 


4,240 


2,810 


634 







.I-I"_iriri"ll"l~ 


Union 


10,671 
6,107 
17,266 
10,347 
6,891 
8,048 


12,288 
6,357 

14,673 
8,316 

6,833 


10,298 
2,864 
9,970 
2,619 

8,341 


2,889 

1,518 

7,148 

929 


640 










Van Buren a 




Washington 

Whites 

Woodruff 

Yell 


2,182 























1 Then in the territory of Louisiana. 

2 Part of Desha annexed and part given to Jefferson since 1880. 

s Cleburne organized from parts of Independence, Van Buren, and White in 
1883. 

1 Name changed from Dorsey in 1885. 

s Part given to Arkansas county since 1880. 



« Part of Madison annexed to Franklin in 1885 

' Part of Arkansas county annexed since 1880 

9 w. o« Praurie annexed to Lonoke and Monroe since 1880 

Indian TeSo^^l?,rtTh»"?'i°*?°"A«'i^^*«i t?^^*?"* north of Red river now In 
inaian i emtory and that part south of Red river now in Texas. 



Table 3.— mCREASE EN POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY COUNTIES : 1890 TO 



1900. 



The state. 



Arkansas-, 



Ashley. 

Baxter 

Benton 

Boone 

Bradley . 
Calhoun . 

Carroll 

Chicot... 

Clark 

Clay.. 



Cleburne 

Cleveland-. 
Columbia — 

Conway 

Craighead- 
Crawford — 
Crittenden . 



Dallas- 



Desha.. 



Drew . 

Faulkner 

Franklin 



Fulton . 
Garland- 
Grant - 



Greene 

Hempstead 

Hot Spring 

Howard 

Independence . 

Izard 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Lafayette 



Number. Per cent. 



183,386 



1,541 
6,439 

771 
3,895 

580 
1,679 
1,272 
1,560 
3,109 

292 
3, 686 
1,744 

258 
2,184 

318 
7,480 
1444 

589 
3,358 
2,222 
1,187 
2,099 
2,438 
12,539 
1,933 
3,445 
1115 
4,071 
1,305 
1,145 

287 

596 

468 

3,204 

91 

690 
2,894 



16.25 



13.48 

48.43 

9.04 

14.05 

3.67 

21.06 

17.50 

9.02 

27.23 

1.39 

80.21 

22.12 

2.27 

10.98 

1.61 

62.20 

12.04 

4.23 

43.65 

23.90 

11.50 

12.10 

13.29 

112.74 

17.60 

22.48 

11.48 

31.54 

5.72 

9.87 

2.08 

2.71 

3.59 

21.11 

0.22 

4.12 

37.58 



Lawrence 

Lee 

Lincoln 

Little River-. 
Logan- 



Lonoke -. 
Madison . 

Marion 

Miller 



Monroe . 
Montgomery-. 

Nevada 

Newton 

Ouachita 

Perry 

Phillips 

Pike 

Poinsett 

Polk 

Pope- 



Prairie l- 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

St. Francis—. 

Saline 

Scott 

Searcy 

Sebastian 

Sevier 

Sharp 

Stone 

Union-. 



Van Buren__. 
Washington . 

White 

Woodruff 

Yell 



Number. Per cent 



8,507 

523 
3,134 
4,828 
1211 
3,281 
2,462 

987 
2,844 
4,749 
1,480 
1,521 
1,777 
2,588 
3,859 
1,756 
1,220 
1,764 
2,753 
9,069 
2,257 

501 
15,850 
2,671 
3,614 
1,811 

548 
2,324 
3,735 
6,267 
1,781 
1,057 
7,518 
2,653 
2,232 
1,918 
2,295 
4,735 



27.01 

2.77 
30.56 
54.23 
11.02 
17.03 
14.15 

9.50 
19.33 
40.82 

9.65 
19.20 
U.98 
26.01 
22.66 
31.71 

4.81 
20.66 
64.44 
97.69 
11.60 

4.40 
33.49 
18.44 
26.69 
16.01 

4.84 
24.05 
11.25 
62.22 
17.10 
15.01 
50.20 
30.97 

6.97 

8.86 
16.38 
26.28 



1 Decrease. 



There have been no territorial changes in the counties of Arkansas since 1890. 

Of the 75 counties in the state all but 4 have increased in population during the decade, the counties showing more 
than 50 per cent of increase being Polk, 97.69 per cent ; Poinsett, 64.44 per cent ; Sevier, 62.22 per cent ; Craighead, 
62.20 per cent ; Little River, 54.23 per cent, and Union, 50.20 per cent. Pulaski county shows the largest numerical 
increase (15,850), but fully three-fourths of this increase is due to the increase in the population of the city of Little 
Rock. 

The 4 counties showing a decrease in population are Crawford, Franklin, Grant, and Logan. 

Table 4 shows the population of Arkansas by minor civil divisions, so far as it was separately returned at the 
censuses of 1890 and 1900. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900. 



MINOR OH'IL DIVISIONS. 



Akkansas county . 



Arkansas township 

Bayou Metoe township . 

Chester townshij) 

Crockett township 

Keaton township . 



1900 



Lagrue township, including Dewitt town __ 
Dewitt town 

McFall township, including Stuttgart City _ 
Stuttgart city ^ 

Mill Bayou township ', 

Morris township _ 



Point de Luce township - 

Prairie township 

Stanley township : 



Ashley county. 

Banner township i 

Bayou township _ 



Bearhouse township i 

Beechcreek township 

Carter township, including Hamburg town 

Hamburg town 

De Bastrop township, including Wilmot village . 
Wilmot village '. 

Egypt township 

Extra township.. 

Grant township.. 



Longview township 

Mane Saline township . 
Millcreek township.. 



Portland township, including Portland tdwn.. 

Portland town 

Union township 

White township 



Baxter county. 



Barrencreek township.. 

Bayou township 

Bigflat township 

Buckhom township 

Greenwood township 

Grover township 2_ 



Independence township 2.. 

Logan townships 

Matney township 

Mill township . 



Mountainhome township, including Mountainhome town 

Mountainhome town 

Northfork township 

Pigeon township 

Union township 

Whiteville township 



Benton county. 



Anderson township s .. 
Appleglenn township* 

Ball township 5 

Batie township «.. 



Bigspring township 

Brightwater township.. 

Cherokee township 

Colrille township 

Decatur township 

Dickson township T 



Esculapia township, including Eogers town . 
Rogers town.. 



Eldorado township " 

Flint to^vnship s 

Gartield township 

Garland township » 

Gentry township,'" including Gentry City town . 
Gentry City town _ 



Hico township, including Siloam Springs town., 

Siloam Springs town 

Logan township n. 



Mason Valley township 12 

Mount Vernon township 

Osage township,' including Bentonville town . 

Bentonville town 

Roller Ridge township . 

Round Prairie township i^ 

Sngarcreek township- 



Sulphur Springs township.^ including Sulphur Springs 
town. 

Sulphur Springs town 

Wager township 

Wallace township," including Gravett town 

Gravett town 

Walnut township 

A^areagle township 

Washington township 

Yell to\vTiship6 



12, 973 



1,010 
58.5 



1,917 
1,506 

318 
1,858 
1,258 

544 
1,1-53 

526 
2,171 

262 

19,734 



834 

416 

616 

1,088 

2,735 

1,260 

3,499 

378 

1,025 

637 

858 

as7 

504 
1,441 
2,767 

426 
2,045 

432 

9,298 



794 
502 
447 
266 
478 
223 
588 
451 
785 
500 
1,509 
364 
564 
601 
754 
836 

31, 611 



847 

451 

497 

806 

347 

925 

425 

759 

750 

1,118 

3,879 

2.158 

687 

660 

975 

861 

1,044 

419 

3,416 

1,748 

442 

761 

905 

3,673 

1,843 

409 

549 

553 

960 

31S 
689 

1,365 
447 
832 
476 

1,264 



1890 



11,432 



704 

620 

595 

628 

1,510 

1,069 

246 

1,616 

I, i6s 

567 

1,057 

528 

2,321 

217 

13,295 



255 
948 
809 

1,696 
6SS 

2,160 



737 
535 
827 
364 
456 
1,159 
1,584 



1,054 
711 

8,527 



655 
493 
443 
330 
357 



809 
541 
690 
401 
1,322 
242 
486 
■513 
493 
994 

27,716 



1,577 



554 

1,116 

380 

950 

385 

833 

592 

1,086 

2,844 

1,26s 

604 

1,233 

1,024 



1,951 
821 



905 
3,737 
1,677 
426 
849 
526 
952 



749 
1,028 



785 

471 

1,274 

885 

1 Banner township organized from part of Bearhouse township since 1890. 

2 Grover township organized from parts of Independence and Logan town- 
ships since 1890. , 

s Parts taken to form Garland and Mason Valley townships since 1890. 
* Organized from parts of Batie, Eldorado, Sulphur Springs, and Wallace 
townships since 1890. 

5 Part taken to form Logan township since 1890. 

« Part taken to form Appleglenn township since 1890. 

' Part taken to form Garland township since 1890. 

8 Parts taken to form Gentrj', Logan, and Mason Valley townships since 1890. 

9 Organized from parts of Anderson, Dickson, Osage, and Wallace townships 
since ls9o. 

'0 organized from parts of Flint and Round Prairie townships since 1890. 



MINOR CIVIL divisions. 



Boone county. 



Bearoreek township _ 
Bellefonte township., 
Blvthe township.. 



Bryan township '^ 

CarroUton township i» 

Crookedcreek township i'. 
Elixir township 

Ewing township 

Gaither township 1 



Harrison township, including Harrison town., 

Harrison town 

Jackson township 

Jefferson township 

Lee township.. 



Longoreek township — 

Omaiha township 

Prairie township 

Sugarloaf township 

Summit township i' 

Washington township.. 
Young township 



Bradley county . 



Clay township 

Eagle township — 
Marion township . 
Moro township — 



Ouachita township 

Palestine township 

Pennington township, including Warren towii. 
Warren town 



River township 

Sumpter township 

Washington township . 



Calhoun county.. 



Caswell township 

ChampagnoUe township.. 

Dallas township 

Fayette township 

Franklin township 

Huey township 

Jackson township 



Jefferson township 

Locust Bayou township _ 

Moro township 

Polk township 

River township 



Carroll county.. 



Carrollton township.. 



Cedar township, including Eureka Springs city.. 
Eureka Springs city 



Ward I . 
Ward 2. 



1,004 
1,438 



Ward 3 1,130 

Chfty township 

Cross township 20_ 



Dryfork township 

Franklin township 20 

Hickory township, including Green Forest town- 
Green Forest town 

Kingriver township 20 

Liberty township 

Longcreek township 

Omega township 21 

Osage township 

Piney township2i 

Polo township- 



Prairie townsliip, including Berryville'town , 

BerryviUe town 

Ward I 

Ward 2 IIIIIIIII" 

Winona township 

Y'ocum township ^ 



217 
334 



Chicot county- 



Bayou Macon township 

Bowie township, including Dermotttown. 

Dermott town 

Gaines township 22 ZII..IIII 

Louisiana township _ " 

McConnell township22 I.I~I."I" 

Masona township ~_ ~~ ~~~" 

Oden township III. I IIII" 

Planter township I" _' "_" 

Railroad township ~ "" 



1900 



16, 396 



850 
865 
416 
212 
524 
679 
612 
523 
849 

551 
562 
147 
806 
582 
573 
500 
.518 
399 
749 
347 



9,651 



839 
253 
527 
434 
177 
806 
1,638 
954 
505 
531 
941 



8,539 



1,645 
880 
554 
200 
649 
278 
617 
640 
576 

1,394 
554 
552 

18,848 



1,060 
4,760 
3,572 



320 
341 
369 
198 

2,413 
469 
781 
509 

1,185 
463 
748 
220 

1,045 

2,909 
551 



687 
840 



14,528 



1,858 
467 
103 

4,079 

3,507 
434 

1,814 
917 
829 



11 Organized from parts of Ball, Flint, and Yell townships since 1890 
a g"???'?*"^ ?°? P^''** °* Anderson and Flint townshitS since 1890 
13 Part taken to form Gentry township since 1890. ^ 

" Parts taken to form Appleglenn and Garland townships since 1890 
10 pI???'?'^ ^°^ P^'^ ot^^Can-ollton and Summit towi3hip"sfnce 1890 
i« Part taken to form Bryau township since 1890. 
;! '^^'^ **ken to form Gaither township since 1890. 
10 Oi'Sfl'^ed from parts of Crookedcreek and Summit townships since 
" Parts taken to form Bryan and Gaither townships since 1890 
8hTp?stoce IsT '^ organized from parts of Fran&in and Kingriver 
?" p?i?,l^ township organized from part of Piney township since 1890 
2- Games township organized from part of McConnell township) stoie 



1890. 
town- 

1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Clark county- 



Alpine township 

Amity township 

Anderson township 

Antoine township 

Beeohcreek township 

Beime township 

Caddo township, including Arkadelphia tdwnl 

ArkadelphifL town , 

Elkins township ZVJil III 

Greenville township 

Leard township 



Longcreek township 

Manchester township 

Missouri township, including Gurdon town_, 

Gurdon town 

Southfork township 

Terre Noire township 

Clay county i 



Bluecane township 2 

Bradshaw township 

Brown township 

Cache township," including Knohel town 

Knobel town 

Carpenter township 

Chalkhlufl township 

Clark township ' 

Cleveland township _ 



Current River township 

Haywood township,* including Greenway town . 

Greenway town 

Johnson township _ 



Killgore township, including Corning town 

Coming town 

Liddell township, including St. Francis town_. 
St. Francis town , 



Nelson township 

OakhluS township,* including Rector town . 



Rector town _ 



Payne township * 

Pollard township 

St. Francis township,* including Piggott town 
Piggott town 



Cleburne county 



Bigcreek township 

Cadron township,^ including Quitman town _ 

Quitman town 

California township « 

Centerpost township ' 

Clayton township* 

Francis township'.. 



Giles township,' including Shiloh town 
Shiloli town. 



Grassy township 

Healing Springs township - 

Morgan township' 

Mountain township 

Petercreek township 

Pine township _ 



Plney township 

PoflE township* 

Saline township 

South Sugarloaf township. Including Sugarloaf town.. 

Sugarloaf town s 

Sugarloaf township 

Valley township 



Cleveland county-. 



Bowman township — 

Harper township 

Hurricane township. 
Jackson township' 



Kingsland township,!" including Kingsland town . 

Kingsland town 

Lee township ' — 

Miller township 

Niven township' 

Redland township 

Saline township 

Smith townshij) 



Tisdale township, including Rison towi 

Rison town 

Whiteoak township 

White ville township 



Columbia county.. 



Boone township 

Brown township 

Buenavlsta township. 
Calhoun township.. 



1900 



21,289 



534 
400 
722 
175 
163 
697 
495 
739 
397 
867 
332 
253 
6j3 
263 
045 
376 
972 



15,886 



1,073 
536 
545 
802 
39= 
418 
934 
427 
614 
225 

1,283 
165 

1,623 

1,825 
784 
550 
420 
231 

2,111 
520 
597 

1,058 

1,034 
195 

9,628 



113 
1,039 
656 
459 
336 
592 
493 
753 
246 
777 
591 
154 
634 
398 
547 
448 
178 
313 
1,070 
5S2 
357 
376 

11, 620 



794 
670 
486 
500 

:,187 
364 
763 

., 129 
100 

,730 
588 
706 
853 

453 
399 
715 



22, 077 



1,169 
1,867 
1,251 
1,085 



1S90 



20, 997 



538 
1,440 

849 
1,691 
1,002 

533 
6,872 
2,4S5 

409 
1,011 

345 

147 
1,648 
2,012 

8C2 

1,411 
1,089 

12,200 



441 
416 
635 



279 
^29 



417 
146 

1,352 
33 

1,444 

1,645 
584 
486 
3S6 
389 

1,827 
5=5 

9ii 
813 



7,884 



75 

1,112 

3=7 

396 

477 



1,175 



585 
"360 



455 
361 



347 
921 
322 
276 ■ 
402 

11,362 



737 
679 
574 



1,882 
464 
717 

1,298 
462 

1,788 
390 
982 
757 



377 
719 



19,893 



1,014 
1,270 
1,366 
1,027 



1 Part of Greene county annexed since 1890. . . ,„«„ 

2 Organized from part of Bluecane township Greene county, since 1890. 
s Clark township organized from part of Cache township sin«3 1890 

* Payne township organized from parts of Haywood, OakblufE, and St. Fran- 
cis to^^^^olftow^hip organized from parts of Cadron and Clayton town- 

^P| pofl^township organized from part of California township since 1890. . 
7 F?SiXand Mofgan townships organized from parts of Giles township 

^^''l Given as Sugarloaf Springs in 1890. ^ „,. . ,. .„„ ,... 
« Jackson to-OTishlp organized from part of Niven township since 1890. 

11 fncSdes^Point'R'emove and Elver townships (aggregate population 1,141 
in 1890' 



minor civil divisions. 



Columbia county— Continued. 

Clay township 

Cleveland township 

Cornie township 

Dorcheat township 

Georgia township. 



Hadley township, including Buckner town.. 

Buckner town 

Harrison township.. 



Lamartine township, including Waldo town.. 

Waldo town 

McNeil township, including McNeil town 

McNeil town.. 



Magnolia township, including Magnolia town.. 

Map:nolia town 

Mississippi township 

Moss township 

Warren township 



Conway county 



Bentley township 

Cedarfalls township . 

Gregory township 

Griffin township 

Higgins township.. 



Howard township, including Plummorville town.. 

Plummerville town 

Lick Mountain township 

McLaren township.. 



Nichols township, including Cleveland town .. 

Cleveland town 

Petit Jean township 

Union township 

Washington township 

Welhorn townshlp,i2 including Morrillton city . 

Morrillton city 



Craighead county . 



Bigcreek township 

Brookland township . 
Buffalo township.. 



Giikerson township i" 

Greenfield township 

Joneshoro townsliip,i3 including Jonesboro city . 
Jonesboro city . 



Lake City township," including Lake City town 

Lake City town , 

Lester township . 



Little Texas township,i6 including Dryden town _ 
Dryden town . 



Maumelle township 

Nettleton township,i3 including Nettleton town _ 
Nettleton town 

Powell township 



Crawford county". 



Alma township," Including Alma town . 

Alma town 

Barker township 

Cedarereek township 

Cedarville township.. 



Chester township, including Chester town. 

Chester town 

Cove City township is 

Dora township " 

Dyer township,!' including Dyer town 

Dyer town 

Jasper township 

Lafayette township " 

Lancaster township 

Leecreek township _ 



Maxey township,!" including Mulberry town _ 
Mulberry town- 



Mountain township 

Oliver Springs township 

Porter township 

Richland township 

River township" 

Rudy township 

Shepherd township ™ 

Union township 

Upper towDship 

Van Buren township,!'-' including Van Buren city 

Van Buren city 

Ward I 800 

Ward 2 1,061 

Ward 3 712 

Vine Prairie township!' 

Whitley township . 



.1900 



897 
945 
982 
675 
407 

1,497 
400 
606 

2,081 

?8? 

260 
4,139 
1,614 
1,223 
1,476 

996 



19, 772 



663 

415 

1,157 

833 

730 

2,966 

296 

1,846 

750 

1,230 

202 

380 

1,855 

1,516 

5,431 

1,707 



19,505 



519 
150 



897 

432 

6,808 

4,508 

1,234 

434 



109 
069 
051 
613 
990 



21,270 



1,611 
44° 
450 
386 
480 
638 
174 
390 
438 
622 
343 
678 
741 
393 
564 

1,150 
361 
645 
645 
379 

1,025 
387 
450 
290 
733 
316 

6,261 

=,573 



4.n3 

811 
334 



Wiofrey township ^ 

!2 Point Remove and River townships annexed since 1890. 

!3 Giikerson and Nettleton townships organized from parts of Joneshoro 
township since 1890. 

!4 Given as Lake in 1890. 

!6 Given as Texas in 1890. 

!o Maxey township and part of Miller township, Franklin county, annexed 
to Crawford county and organized into Maxey township since 1890. 

1' Dyer township organized from parts of Alma, Lafayette, River, and Vine 
Prairie townships since 1890. ' 

!8 Given as Cove in 1890. 

!« Dora township organized from part of Van Buren township since 1890. 

20 Winfrey township organized from part of Shepherd township since 1830. 



6 



• Table 4.— POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOE CIVIL DiylSIONS. 



Chittenden county. 



Blackoak township i. 
Fogleman township _ 
Jackson township — 

Jasper township 2 

Lucas township . 



Mississippi township 2. _ 
Mound City township 3_ 

Old River township * 

Proctor township 

Tyronza township! 



Wappanocka township*.. 



Ckoss county. 



Bedford township 

Brushylake township . 
Ooldwater township — 

Ellis township 

Mitchell township 

Searcy township 

' Smith township _, 



■ Tyronza townsnip'.: 

Wynne township, including Wynne town . 
Wynne town 



Dallas county.. 



Chester township 

Dryrun township 

Fordyce township, including Fordyce town . 

Fordyce town 

Hollysprings township 

Jackson township 

Liberty tbwnship ' 

Manchester township 

Nix township'. 



Owen township ' 

Princeton township,' including Princeton town., 

Princeton town 

Smith townships 



Desha county.. 



Bowie township. 



Clayton township 

Franklin township, including Arkansas City town . 

Arkansas City town 

JefEerson township 

Mississippi township 

Randolph township 

Redfork township.. 



Richland township.. 

Silver Lake township 

Walnut Lake township . 
Wilkerson township n_. 



Dkew county.. 



Bartholomew township 

Bearhouse township 

Clearoreek township 

Collins township, including Collins town- 
Collins town 

Crook township 

Franklin township.. 



Marion township, including Monticello town.. 

Monticello town 

Prairie township 

Saline township, including Wilmar town 

Wilmar town 

Springhill township 

Veaaey township 



FAULKNEE COUNTY-. 



Benedict township 

Benton township is 

Breckenridge townshipi' 

Bristol township" 

Cadron towiiship,is including Conway town.. 

Conway town 

California township 

Clifton township 1* 

Cypress township 

Danley township 

Eagle township " 



1900 



14,529 

248 

459 

3,959 

1,995 

1,402 

657 

689 

496 

1,972 

1,528 

1,124 

11,051 



578 

596 

809 

270 

1,193 

2,219 

1,225 

872 

3,289 

11,518 



638 

544 

2,947 

I, 710 

991 

712 

372 

1,410 

329 

1,452 

1,090 

168 

1,033 

11, 511 



726 
1,508 
1,091 

974 
1,892 
1,262 
1,701 

320 

893 
1,110 

217 

19, 451 



881 
135 
392 
212 
623 
161 
Oil 

579 
107 
384 
844 
308 



20,780 



794 

700 

299 

433 

5,154 

2,003 

888 

458 

1,122 

529 

450 



1890 



13, 940 



767 
2,914 
3,083 
1,109 



892 



2,880 

804 

1,491 

7,693 



428 

386 

779 

167 

1,172 

1,569 

1,026 

234 

1,932 

565 

9,296 



561 
488 
1,792 
980 
753 
578 



1,475 



1,276 
1,333 



1,040 
1010, 324 



769 

713 

1,272 



748 
1,621 
800 
1,985 
305 
945 
817 
266 

17,352 



2,176 

737 

1,284 

1,069 



2,563 
4,163 
1,285 
881 
1,493 



1,103 
1,275 

1218,342 



700 
1,013 



1,397 

1,207 

714 



1 Blackoak township organized from part of Tyronza township since 1890. 

2 Mississippi township organized from part of Jasper township since 1890. 
s Given as Mound in 1890. 

4 Old River township organized from part of Wappanocka township since 1890. 

6 Given as Tyrongia in 1890. 

Organized from part of Princeton township since 1890. 

7 Organized from parts of Owen, Princeton, and Smith townships since 1890. 

8 Part taken to form Nix township since 1890. 

» Parts taken to form Liberty and Nix townships since 1890. 

10 Includes Old River township (population 83 m 1890). 

11 Old River township annexed since 1890. 

12 Includes Caney, Cleveland, Pine Mountain, Powell, and Tupelo townships 
(aggregate population 2,773 in 1890). 

i» Breckenridge township organized from part of Benton township since 1890. 

i* Bri.'itol township organized from parts of Mount Vernon, Muddy Bayou, 
and Newton townships since 1890. 

15 Caney, Pine Mountain, Powell, and Tupelo townships and part of Cleve- 
land township annexed to Cadron township since 1890. 

i« Clifton township organized from parts of Eastfork and Union townships 
since 1890. 



MINOE OrviL DIVISIONS. 



Faulknee county— Continued. 



Eastfork tovmshipi'.. 

Hardin township 

Havre township" 

Matthews township-. 



Mount Vernon township".. 
Muddy Bayou township " .. 

Newton township" 

Palarm township" 

Plercecreek township 

Stone township 

Union township i« . 

Walker township 

Wilson tovmship 



Fkanklin county 18 . 



Boston township- 
Cobb township 20.. 



Cravens township 21 

Donald township 22 

Grover township 23 

Hogan township, including Altus town. 

Altus town 

Hurricane township 2* 

Ivy township 

Limestone township2o 

Middle township 

Mlllcreek township's 

Miller township 25 

Morgan township 

Mountain township 

Mulberry township 21 

Prairie township 22 

Sixmile township 22 

Walker township 21 

Wallace township 

Watalula township 

Weaver tovmship ^ 



Whlteoak towiishlp,2i including Ozark town _ 

Ozark town 

Whiteroek township 26 

Wittich township 



Fulton county- 



Afton township 1 

Bennett Bayou township. 

Benton township 

Bigcreek township 

Cleveland township 

Fulton township _ 



Mammoth Spring township, including Mammoth Spring 
town. 

Mammoth Spring town :.. 

Mountcalm township 

Myatt township 

Pleasantrldge township 

Southfork township 

Strawberry township 

Union township . 



Washington township.. 
Gaeland county. 



Antioch township . 

Bain township 

Baxter township — 
Hale township 2J. 



Hot Springs township, Including Hot Springs city . 

Hot Springs city 

Ward 
Ward 



1,893 
2,054 



Ward 3 1^102 

Ward 4 1 

Ward 5 . I 

Ward 6. 



Lee township 28 

Lincoln township 28 

Marble township 

Mazam township's 

Mill township 

Mountain township '^ 

Mountain Valley township 27. 
Ouachita township 



1,371 
2,352 



Phillips township-. 
Sulphur township-. 
Union township 27 . 



1900 



540 

1,117 

747 

760 

374 

916 

481 

1,050 

645 

841 

1,204 

576 

702 

17,395 



451 
256 
538 
708 
661 

2,149 
500 
607 
511 
318 
963 
667 
310 
291 
229 
940 

1,539 
280 
407 
332 
552 
430 

2,694 
848 
537 

1,025 

12,917 



530 
728 
1,353 
1,187 
939 
1,058 
2,125 

717 
450 
623 
1,024 
1,U1 
493 
583 
713 

18,773 



512 
537 
292 
217 
12,088 
9.973 



444 

497 
400 
353 
891 
478 
592 
195 
224 
461 
592 



1890 



894 

1,128 

886 

570 

499 

792 

819 

1,160 

326 

710 

1,284 

560 

564 

"19,934 



397 



1,524 
469 

1,286 
610 
528 

1,165 

1,400 



411 

237 

1,163 

2,671 



394 
400 
582 



862 

654 

1,208 

10,984 



375 

767 

1,110 

1,098 

799 

916 

1,697 



471 
560 
768 
997 
410 
566 
450 

15,328 



434 
589 
291 
261 
9,480 
8,086 



555 
.597 
336 



788 
462 



157 
179 
374 
825 

17 Eagle township organized from parts of Cleveland, Havre, and Palarm 
townships since 1890. 

18 Maxey township and part of Miller township annexed to Crawford county 
since 1890. 

19 Includes Maxey township (population 1,366 in 1890). 

20 Cobb township organized from part of Limestone township since 1890. 

21 Cravens township organized from parts of Mulberry, Walker, and White- 
oak townships since 1890. 

■ '^ im ^"^"^ Sixmile townships organized from parts of Prairie township 

2s Grover township organized from part of Mlllcreek township since 1890. 

24 Weaver township organized from part of Hurricane township since 1890. 

-5 Organized from part of Whiteroek township since 1890 ; part given to Craw- 
ford county since 1890. ire-- v^ ^^<, 

2« Part taken to form Miller township since 1890. 

27 Mountain Valley township organized from parts of Hale, Mountain, and 
Union townships smce 1890. 
1890 ^^^^"^ township organized from parts of Lee and Lincoln townships since 



Table 4 — POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR ami, DIVISIONS. 



Grant county. 



Calvert township 

Daryeaw township.. 

Davis township 

Dekalb township 

Fenter township 

Franklin township . 
Hadison township.. 



Merrygreen township, includingSheridau town., 

Sheridan town 

Eiver township i IIIII 

Sulphur townships 

Tennessee township 

Washington township 



Greene county s., 

Blueoane township'.. 

Bryan township * 

Cache township* . 



Clark township,^ including Paragould city 

Paragould city 

Crowley township * 

Friendship township 

Hurricane township 

Jones township 

Lake township 

Mainshore township 

Poland township 5 

St. Francis township* 

Salem township « , 

Shadygrove township « 

Springgrove township* 

Union township 



Hempstead county.. 
Bodcaw township. 



Bois d'Arc township, including Fulton town . 

Fulton town 

Deroane township, including Hope town 

Hope town 

Garland township 

Minecreek township s 

Newland township ' . 



Ozan township, including Washington town- 
Washington town 

Eedland township 

Saline township . 



Springhill township 

Wallaceburg township . 
Wateroreek township — 



Hot Spring county.. 



Antioch township 

Bigcreek township — 
Bismarck township — 
Clearcreek township.. 



Depoche township.. 

Fenter township,^" including Malvern town.. 

Malvern town 

GifEord townshii 



ip — 
ihipi' 



Harrison township i" 

Henderson township n — 

Lonehill township '^ 

Magnet Cove township ... 

Midway township w 

Miller township 12 



Ouachita township i" 

Prairie Bayou township . 

Saline township 

Valley township n 



Howard county i^. 



Baker township 

Blackland township. 
Blueridge township- 
Brewer township 



Centerpoint township, including Centerpoint town.. 

Centerpoint town 

Clay township 

Couutyliue township 

Dillard township 

Franklin township 

Hollycreek township 



Madison township ,,. , . , 

Mineralsprings township, including Mmeralsprmgs town 

Mineralsprings town : 

Mountain township. 



1900 



Muddyfork township -,—.t^—^ 

Nashville township, including Nashville town 

Nashville town 

Saline township 

Saratoga township. 



7,671 



538 
766 
897 
610 
320 
891. 
,520 
802 



687 
573 
454 

16,979 



132 

259 

1,150 

4,390 

3.324 

638 

752 

1,847 

573 

621 

873 

826 

768 

789 

842 

1,019 

2,000 

24,101 



942 
1,771 

504 
4,632 
1,644 
1,821 
2,915 
1,168 
4,171 

374 
1,271 
2,434 
1,883 
1,293 

800 

12, 748 



432 
468 
890 
546 
890 
3,069 
1,582 
424 
369 
549 
486 
851 
709 
189 
1,100 
770 
472 
534 

14,076 



907 
372 
491 

1,785 
334 
551 
521 
441 
329 
456 
599 

1,256 
278 
599 
566 

2,385 
928 
588 
798 

1,041 



1890 



7,786 



627 
694 
943 
891 
382 
503 
1,825 
853 
184 



643 
521 
404 

12,908 



414 



823 

2,574 

1,666 

512 

716 

1,721 

304 

478 

309 

1,131 

1,072 

1,111 



1,743 
'22,796 



1,434 

337 

4,902 

1.937 

965 

1,173 

1,143 

4,318 

519 

884 

1,969 

1,747 

1,288 



11, 603 



392 
434 
879 
466 
745 
8,128 
1,520 
516 
541 



403 
935 



1,006 
617 
532 

1,009 

"13,789 



274 
869 
298 
682 

1,591 
297 
488 
553 
438 
241 
538 
394 

1,163 



858 
664 

2,24S 
810 
770 

1,032 



Sulphur Springs township 

1 Organized since 1890. 

3 Pa™o?Blu^^e township, Greene county, annexed to Clay county since 
^*^°4Bryan township organized from parts of Cache and Crowley townships 
''°"t springgrove township organized from parts of Clark, Poland, and St. 
^°ethSS;?t'iXsJ??organized from Part of f le- township since 1890. 

7 Includes Union township (population 1,772 m 1890). 

8 Union township annexed since 1890. 

10° S7dway towSp o?gSed from paxtsof Fenter, Harrison, and Ouachita 
townships since 1890. 



minor civil divisions. 



Independence county . 



Ashley township.. 
Barren township . 



Bigbottom township, including Newark town. 

Newark town 

Blackriver township 

Christian township ^ 

Fairview township . 



Gainsboro township 1— 

Greenbriar township, including Jamestown town . 

Jamestown town 

Jefferson township 

Liberty township.. 



Logan township 

Euddell township, including Batesville city.. 



Batesville city.. 
Ward I. 



892 

Ward 2 986 

Ward 3 449 

Salado township " 



Stubbs township 

Union township 

Washington township 

Whiteriver township, including Sulphur Rock town _ 
Sulphur Rock town 



Izard county. 



Athens township i' 

Barrenfork township . 
Bigspring township .. 

Bryan township 18 

Claiborne township .. 

Drytown township 

FrankUn township i^.. 

Guthrie township 

Jefferson township 

Lacrosse township 20.. 
Laft'erty township . 



Lunenberg township 20 ■ 

MUlcreek township," including Melbourne town.. 

Melbourne town 

Newberg township 

Newhope township 

Pleasanthill township " 

Sage township 20 

Strawberry township i^ 

Union township 18 

Violethill township 

Whiteriver township " 



jAOEaON COUNTY. 



Barren township . 



Bird township. Including Tuckerman town _ 

Tuckerman town 

Breckenridge township 

Cache township .. 



Cowlake township 

Glaize township, including Grandglaize town 

Grandglaize town -. 

Glass township, including Swifton town 

Swifton town 

Grubb township 

Jefferson township, including Jacksonport town 

Jacksonport town 

Eicnwood township 

Union township, including Newport town 

Newport town _ 

Ward I r,i49 

Ward 2 r. 717 



Village township.. 



Jefferson county.. 



Bairaque township, includiug Eedfleld town.. 

Eedfield town 

Bogy township 

Bolivar township.. 



Dudley Lake township.. 
Dunnington township... 

Jefferson township 

Melton township 

Niven township 

Oldriver township 

Pastoria township 

Plum Bayou township.. 

Richland township 

Eoberts township 

Spring township 

Talladega township . 



1900 



22,557 



744 

1,005 

1,413 

315 

2,128 

1,964 

659 

1,179 

2,166 

130 

652 

729 

396 

3,509 

2,327 



1,895 

565 

712 

1,253 

2,088 

358 



13, 506 



461 
481 
397 
592 
406 
672 
590 
634 
577 
675 
399 
1,043 
1,013 
256 
1,003 
1,007 
481 
532 
541 
919 
761 
822 



18,383 



604 

3,209 

260 

2,540 

968 

608 

674 

so 

1,409 

206 

705 

1,844 

265 

605 

4,555 

2,866 



40,972 



1,165 

333 

1,922 

1,355 

1,996 

1,268 

812 

1,046 

574 

1,557 

1,635 

4,508 

2,578 

240 

785 

a59 



11 Henderson township organized from part of Valley township since 1890. 

12 Miller township organized from part of Lonehill township smce 1890. 

13 Washington township annexed to Sevier county since 1890. 
" Includes Washington township (population 324 in 1890). 

16 Includes Caney township (population 168 in 1890). 

16 Caney township annexed since 1890. 

1' Athens township organized from parts of Millcreek and Whiteriver 
townships since 1890. 

1' Bryan township organized from part of Union township since 1890. 

19 Strawberry township organized from parts of Franklin and Pleasanthill 
townships since 1890. 

2" Sage township organized from parts of Lacrosse and Lunenberg townships 
since 1890. 



8 



Table 4.-P0PULATI0N OF ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900-Continued. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



JEFFEKSON COUNTY— Continued. 

Vaugine township, including Pine Blufl city- 
Pine Bluff city 

Ward I 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4- 



Victoria township 

Villemont township 

Washington township.. 
Whiteville township 



-3.183 
• 2i530 

. 3, TOO 
■ 2.683 



Johnson county.. 

Batson township 1 

Cickerson township 1 



Grant township, including Coalhill town. 

Coalhill town 

Hlekey township 

Hill townshipi 

Horsehead township 

Howell township 

King township 

Lee township.. 



Lowgap township 

McKennon township.. 
Mulberry township 1 . 
Perry township., 



Pllotrock township 

Piney township 

Pittsburg township, including Lamar town. 

I^mar town 

Praiiie township . 



Kedlick townshii; 

Sherman township 

Spadra township, including Clarksville city.. 

Clarksville city 

Stonewall township ..1 

Ward township 



Lafayette county. 



Baker township, including Stamps town . 

Stamps town 

Boyd township 

French township 

Lagrange township.. 



Mars Hill township, Including Kress city 

Kress city 

Boane township,' including Frostville town.. 
Frostville town.. 



Steel township, 'including New Lewisville town 

New Lewisville town 

Walker Creek township 



Lawrence county.. 



Ashland township.. 



Blackriver township,* including Powhatan town ._ 
Powhatan town 

Blackrock township,* Including Blackrock town . 
Blackrock town 

Cache township.. 



Campbell township, including Hoxie and Walnutridge 
towns. 

Hoxie town 

Walnutridge town. 



Dent township, including Imbodeu town.. 

Imboden town 

Duty township, including Portia town 

Portia town.. 



Flatcreek township 6 

Lawrence township 

Marion township 

Morgan township 

Promised Land township, including Sedgwick town. 

Sedgwick eown : 

Eeedcreek township 

Springriver township 

Strawberry township 

Thacker township 



Lee county.. 



Bearoreek township.. 

Bigereek township 

Council township 

Fleener township 

Hampton township 

Hardy township.. 



Independence township, including Marianna town. 

Marianna town 

Liberty township 



1900 



14,989 
II, 496 



1,840 
919 
635 
794 

17,448 



357 

327 

2,242 

1. 341 

360 

414 

1,075 

730 

694 

446 

345 

204 

350 

992 

401 

402 

1,889 

474 

804 

537 

477 

2,859 

i,o36 

645 



10,594 



1,719 

1,021 
629 
364 
740 
900 
264 

2,669 
919 

2,953 
548 
620 

16,491 



437 
1,028 

249 
2,321 
1,400 

516 
2,701 

I2S 

550 
1,003 
411 
1,093 
400 
507 
928 
865 
759 
648 

l,i77 
777 

1,438 
193 



19,409 



521 
1,016 

598 
1,454 

352 
4,448 
1,707 

681 



1890 



13, 593 
9.952 



2,084 

718 



1.051 



16,758 



322 



1,956 
802 
412 
406 

1,021 
7.59 
682 
476 
149 
217 
467 

1,146 
415 
333 

1,682 



806 
685 
314 

2,686 
937 
691 

1,133 



27,700 



602 
"650 



1,065 
511 



1,261 



1,221 
500 
564 



12,984 



435 
949 
220 

1,490 
761 
305 

2,460 

102 
457 
701 
157 
1,274 
571 



859 
785 
336 
205 



917 

601 

1,501 

166 



18,886 



267 

485 

948 

735 

1,520 

486 

S,537 

1,126 

514 



1 Dickerson township organized from parts of Batson, Hill, and Mulberry 
townships since 1890. 

2 Includes Conway and Douglas townships (aggregate jxipulatlon 1,543 
In 1890). 

3 Conway township (population 681 In 1890) annexed since 1890. 
* Douglas township (population 862 in 1890) annexed since 1890. 

6 Flatcreek township organized from parts of Blackrock and Blackriver 
townships since 1890. 

» Given as Spring Creek in 1890. 

' Organized from parts of Jackson and Ked River townships since 1890. 



MINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Lee County— Continued. 

Oakforest township 

Richland township 

St. Francis township 

Springcreek township 

Texas township 

Union township 

Walnut township 



Lincoln county. 



Auburn township, including Douglas town- 
Douglas town 

Bartholomew township . 



Canecreek township, including Star City town. 

Star City town 

Choctaw township 

Kimbrough township 

Lonepine township 

Millcreek township 

Owen township 

Smith township 



Spring township 

Wells Bayou township — 



Little Kivek county.. 



Arden township ' 

Burke township 

Caney township 

Cleveland townships.. 
Franklin township ' ._. 
Jackson township i": — 



Jefferson township," including Ashdown town _ 

Ashdown town 

Johnson township 8 

Liokcreek township 

Little River township 

Red River township '2 

Richland township is 

Whiteclifls township " 



Logan county 



Bear Wallow township 

Boone township, including Booneville town. 

BooneviUe town 

Canecreek township 

Cauthron township 

Clark township 

Delaware township 

Driggs township 

Ellsworth township . 

Johnson township 

Logan township . 



Mountain township 

Petit Jean township 

Reville township, including Magazine town.. 

Magazine town 

River township.. 



Roseville township 

Shoalcreek township 

Short Mountain township, including Paris town. 

Paris town 

Sixmile township 

Sugarcreek township 

Washburn township ' 



Lonoke county.. 



Butler township _ 



Carlisle township, including Carlisle town.. 
Carlisle town. 



Caroline township, including Austin Stationtownl 

Austin Station town 

Cleveland township 16 """ 

Crookedcreek township 

Eagle township I""ZZ II 

Goodrum township 

Gray township.. 



Gvimwoods township, including EnglandTowu 

England town 

Hamilton township. 



Indian Bayou township 

Lafayette township HI 

Lonoke township, including Lonoke town' 

Lonoke town 

Magness township II ~~I 

Pettus township IIIII I" 

Prairie township i* _ "I 

Pulaski township _ '"_ 

Richwoods township I"" 

Totten township 

Williams township.. 



York township, including Cabot town. 
Cabot town 



1900 



1,120 
2,131 

742 
1,727 
1,832 
1,843 

596 

13,389 



1, 

1, 

13, 



848 
117 
710 
451 
251 
864 
900 
925 
846 
670 
175 
819 
181 

731 



493 

790 

439 

796 

705 

2,152 

1,135 

400 

1,393 

426 

2,362 

1,721 

1,167 

152 

20,563 



446 
!,068 
988 
§19 
825 
,173 
782 
761 
635 



521 
168 
406 
897 
602 
141 
020 
195 
836 
865 
938 
136 



22,544 



920 
1,363 

2X2 

1,771 

196 

261 

425 

367 

537 

808 

1,404 

368 

498 

1,519 

1,269 

2,645 

951 

607 

1,436 

511 

975 

1,786 

593 

2,126 

1,023 

294 



1890 



1,402 
2,147 
798 
1,789 
1,600 
1,775 



10,255 



2,075 



1,155 
1,036 
Z04 
883 
814 
763 
647 
522 
1,047 
492 
821 

8,903 



591 
363 
426 
794 
2,542 



809 

412 

770 

2,196 



20,774 



382 

1,735 

496 

1,056 

789 

1,115 

740 

892 

755 

514 

642 

566 

989 

1,875 

183 

766 

1,228 

1,131 

2,232 

547 

1,128 

1,025 

1,214 

19,263 



928 
1,085 

185 
1,455 



505 
353 
457 
462 
1,156 



720 
936 
744 

2,491 
858 
541 
962 
734 

1,051 

1,299 
666 

1,903 
815 



8 Part taken to form Jefferson township since 1890 
u IZf. h"^^" 1° l°™ JeiTersou and Whiteclllfs townships since 1890 
i» Parts taken to form Arden and Richland townshipTsirice 18M 

townsg[f?S^^^xlr ^"'^ °' '''''"''^^^' ^-'^-. J?Co^n,'i^d Red River 
is Parts taken to form Arden and Jefferson townships since 1890 
18 Organized from part of Jackson township since 1890 
14 Organized from part of Franklin township since 1890 
1* Cleveland towusliip organized from part of Prairie township since 1890 



9 

Table 4.— POPULATION OP ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Madison county . 



Alatiam township i. 
Baldwin township 2. 
Boston township 3_. 
Bowen township *. 



California township 

Goodwill townships 

Hilhum township,6 including St. Paul town I 

St. Paul town 

Independence township IIIII.~III" 

Kentucky township ' 

Kings Elver townships 

Lamar township.. 



Lincoln township' 

Marble township 1 

Milloreek township lO-, 

Piney township 1 

Prairie township 

Kichland township 

Union township" 

Valley township i2_ 



Wareagle township 1 

Wharton Creek township.. 
Whiterlver township 1^ 



Mabion oobnty.. 

Bearden township i5_ 
Bigcreek township i«-. 
Blythe township "_ 



Buffalo township 15 

Cedarcreek township ^ 

Crockett township " 

Crookedcreek township i5_ 

Desoto township 

Dodd City township " 

Franklin township is 

Hampton township so 

James Creek township 

Keesee township" 

Liberty township =1 

NorthJork township is 

Prairie township 

Sugarloaf township". 



Union township,!' including Yellville town. 

Yellville town — . 

Water Creek townships^ 

Whiterlver township i' 



Miller county. 



Beech township-. 



Cleveland township- 
Cutoff township 

Daycreek township.. 



Garland township, including Texarkana city. 

Texarkana city 

Ward I 

Ward 2 
Wards 
Ward 4 



798 

1,042 

1, 897 

, i>i77 

[The joint population of Texarkana city, in Garland 
township^ Miller county, Arkansas, and Texarkana 
city, in precinct i, Bowie county, Texas, is 10,170.] 

Homan township 

Lost Prairie township 

Red Kiver township 

Sulphur township 



Mississippi county.. 



Biglake township — 
Canadian township.. 



Carson Lake township 

Chickasawba township, including BlythesviUe town.. 



Blythesville town.. 



Clearlake township- 
Fletcher township, including Luxora town. 

Luxora town 

Golden Lake township 23. 



1900 



19,864 



677 
267 
283 
197 
190 
473 
726 
345 
355 
385 
694 
953 
650 
540 
748 
373 
469 
274 
842 
618 
979 
556 
615 



11,377 



347 
226 
783 
220 
342 
132 
436 
485 
592 
423 

.,058 
602 
149 
327 
749 
900 
466 

.,904 
578 
477 
759 



17,558 



1,551 

875 

738 

365 

8,744 

4,914 



995 

640 

759 

2,891 



16,384 



519 
372 
772 

2,414 
302 
529 

1,794 
943 
776 



1890 



17,402 



1,263 
919 



1,325 
417 
254 
935 

1,568 
941 



672 



569 
1,600 
1,016 

973 
1,328 
2,512 

547 



"10,390 



465 



1,121 
446 



267 
"281 



664 
750 
578 



969 
720 
1,318 
263 
571 
961 



14,714 



917 

1,202 

768 

416 

6,660 

3.528 



1,115 
653 
601 

2,382 



11,635 



424 

403 

451 

1,464 



232 
662 



1 Alabam township organized from parts of Marble, Piney, and Wareagle 

"orSrdzed from' parts of Hilburn and Kentucky townships since 1890. 
3 Parts taken to form Goodwill and Lincoln townships since 1890. 
i Part taken to form Lincoln township since 1890. 
6 Ortranized from parts of Boston and Kings River townships since 1890. 
6 Parts taken to form Baldwin and Millcreek townships smce 1890. 
' Part taken to form Baldwin township since 1890. 

8 Part taken to form Goodwill township since 1890. • 

9 Organized from parts of Boston and Bowen townships since 1890. 
10 Organized from parts of Hilburn and Valley townships smce 1890. 
n Part taken to form Whiterlver township since 1890. . 

12 Parts taken to form Millcreek and Whiterlver townships since 1890. 

is Organized from parts of Union and Valley townshJps since 1890. 

14 TTipludes Tomahawk township (population 451 m 1890). . 

16 ttooMcreS township organfe& from parts of Bearden, Umon, and 

^^" Bi JcreTt^^hl^orlSed from part of Buffalo township since 1890. 
i7D?df City townsSp organized from parts of Blythe and Sugarloaf town- 

°^?'cSre'ek township organized from paxts of Ftanklin and Northfork 
town.ships since 1890. 



MINOR civil divisions. 



Mississippi county— Continued. 



Hickman township 

Little River township 

Monroe township, including Osceola town . 

Osceola town 

Pecan township 23 

Scott township 

Swayne township 

Troy township 

Whitten township 



Monroe county . 



Brinkley township,^! including Erinkley town.. 

Brinkley town 

Cache township, including Clarendon town 

Clarendon town 

Cleburne township 26 

Cypress Ridge township 

Dixon township 24_. 



Duncan town6hip,2'> including Hollygrove town. 

HoUygrove town 

Greenfield township 

Hindman township 2fi 

Jackson township 

Keevil township 

Montgomery township 

Pineridge township w 

Raymond township 2s 

Richland township 

Rockroe township 



Montgomery county- 



Bear township 

Bigfork township 

Caddo township 

Caney township 

Cedarglades township 29.. 

Center township 

Crystal township 

Gap township 

Leverney township 

Mazam township 

Missouri township 

Mountain township 

Ouachita township 

Parks township 

Polk townsnip 

Scott township 20 

Smith township 29.. 



Southfork township 

Sulphur Springs township. 

Nevada county 



Alabama township 

Albany township 

Boughton township 

Caney township 

Emmet township, including Emmet town . 

Emmet town 

Georgia township 

Jackson township 

Leake township . 



Missouri township, including Prescott town., 

Prescott town 

Parker township 

Redland township 

Taylor township 

Union township 



Newton county - 



Bigcreek township 

Boston township so 

Grant township si 

Jackson townsnip S2 — 
Jefferson township's — 
Kentucky townships*.. 

Lincoln township ss 

Lowgap township s5 



1900 



684 
246 

3,495 
953 
668 

2,225 
397 

1,290 
203 

16,816 



2,967 

1,648 

3,305 

1,840 

615 

621 

402 

2,537 

W2 
556 

1,050 
472 
921 
900 
351 

1,166 
578 

9,444 



152 
313 
671 
859 
336 
581 
139 
857 
460 
476 
207 
551 
504 
228 
894 
182 
354 
856 
824 

16, 609 



1,004 

1,460 

1,199 

962 

655 

202 

580 

1,011 

880 

3,956 

2,00s 

1,423 

1,028 

1,344 

1,107 



12,538 



667 
629 
251 
1,272 
677 
663 
490 
342 



19 Keesee township organized from part of Crockett township since 1890. 

20 Part taken to form Liberty township since 1890 ; Tomahawk township 
annexed since 1890. 

21 Organized from parts of Hampton and Water Creek townships since 1890. 

22 Part taken to form Liberty township since 1890. ■ ■ 
2S Golden Lake township organized from part of Pecan township since 1830. 

24 Dixon township organized from part of Brinkley township since 1890. 

25 Part taken to form Raymond township since 1890. 

28 Organized from part of Pineridge township since 1890 ; part subsequently 
taken to form Raymond township. 

27 Parts taken to form Hindman and Raymond townships since 1890. 

28 Organized from parts of Cleburne, Duncan, Hindman, and Pineridge 
townships since 1890. 

29 Organized since 1890. 

so Part taken to form Kentucky township sine 1890. 
SI Part taken to form Marble City township since 1890. 
s2 Parts taken to form Lowgap and Murray townships since 1890. 
ss Part taken to form Murray township since 1890. 

S4 Organized from parts of Boston and Van Buren townships since 1S90. 
ss Organized from parts of Jackson, Plumlee, and Van Buren townships since- 
1890. 



10 

Table 4.— POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Newton oodnty— Continued. 



Marble City township i . 
Millcreek township " 
Murray township C 



Newhope township.. 
Osage township.. 



Pleasanthill township.. 

Plumlee townships 

Polk township 

Prairie townsnip 

Richland township 

Union township. 



Van Buren township* .. 

Walnut township s „. 

White township 



Ouachita county.. 



Behestian township " 

Bradley township 

Bragg township 6 

Bridgecreek township 

Carroll township 

Cleveland township 

Ecore I^bre townsjbip,' including Camden city 

Camden city 

Ward X 652 

Ward 2 1, 065 

Ward a i, 123 

Freeo township.: 

Jefferson township 

Lafayette township 

Liberty township 

Marion township . 

■D/.>]u.'n 4. 1./^ 



1900 



Redhill township, including Sayre town.. 

Sayre town 

Biver townships.. 



Smackover township, including Stephens town _ 
Stephens town 

Union township, including Bearden town 

Bearden town 

Valley township 

Washington township 



Peeey county. 



Aplin township 

Casa township' 

FouTche Lalave township,' including Perryville town . 

Perryville town 

Houston township s ~^_ 

Howell township 

Lake townships 

McCool township i 

Maumelle townsnip _ 



New Tennessee township.. 

Omega township 

Perry township 

Petit Jean township » . 
Rankin townshi 



Rosecreek towns] ^ __ 
Southview township ? . 
Tyler township.. 
Union township . 



;p.... 
ship. 



Phillips county.. 



Bigoreek township .. 
Cleburne township ' . 



Cleveland township 10 _""" 

Cypress township w 

Hickoryridge township, including Marvel town. 

Marvel town 

Lake township . 



L' Anguille township ' 

Marion township 

Mooney township _ 



St. Francis township, including Helena city.. 

Helena city 

Ward I ' _Z ■ 

Ward 2 

Wards - "- 

Ward 4 Illllll.IIIZr 

Searcy township 

Springoreek township 



1.374 

■ 1.573 

1,672 

931 



Pike county.. 



Antoine township" 

Brewer township 

Caneylork township 12.. 

Clark township 

Eagle township n 



396 
270 
366 
447 
453 



737 
887 
646 
400 
676 
300 
702 

20, 892 



950 

364 

571 

1,260 

388 

597 

3,892 

2,840 



607 

620 
1,651 

686 
1,292 
1,534 

300 

764 
2,153 

407 
1,013 

341 
1,612 



7,294 



800 
747 
744 
300 
869 

93 
382 
287 
182 
261 

70 
671 
584 
356 
350 
191 
228 
489 

26,561 



2,360 
1,330 
1,225 

729 
2,198 

5S6 
1,456 

205 
2,304 

730 

10,417 

5,550 



1,303 
2,301 

10, 301 

775 
3.53 
168 
8,57 
252 



1890 



626 



477 
394 
637 
334 
637 
868 
339 
433 
859 
219 
454 

17,033 



1,070 
354 
636 
754 
269 
241 



562 

600 

1,552 

534 

1,349 

1,472 



1,867 
379 
623 



1,025 
805 



5,538 



712 
532 
715 
310 
665 
109 



266 
156 
226 
45 
574 
382 
316 
214 



179 
447 



25,341 



2,150 



1,619 
1,731 



1,079 
2,171 
2,080 
532 
9,880 
5,189 



1,287 
2,812 

8,537 



777 

434 

491 

1,074 



1 Marble City township organized from parts of Grant and Millcreek town- 
ships since 1890. -UVYli 

2 Organized from parts of Jackson, Jefferson, and Lincoln townships since 

8 Part taken to form Lowgap township since 1890. 

< Parts taken to form Kentucky and Lowgap townships since 1890 

5 Formerly Walnut Fork. 

« River township organized from parts of Behestian, Bragg, and Ecore Fabrp 
townships since 1890. 

' Southview township organized from part of Casa township since 1890 

8 Lake township organized from parts of Fourche Lafave, Houston' and 
Petit Jean townships since 1890. ' , -.- , o.iivi 

« Cleburne township organized from part of L' Anguille township since 1890 
M Cleveland township organized from part of Cj'press township since 1890 ' 
n Eagle township organized from parts of Antoine and Mountain townshim 
since 1890. ™v.iiouiiJ!i 



MINOR civil divisions. 



Pike county — Continued. 



Missouri township" 

Mountain townshijjn . 
Muddyfork township.. 



Pike City township,^ including Pike City town.. 

Pike City town 

Saline township 1* . 



SeUereek township . 

Thompson township, including Murfreesboro town . 

Murfreesboro town 

White township . 



Wolfcreek township. Including Antoine town . 
Ajitoine town 



Poinsett county . 



Bolivar township, including Harrisburg town . 

Hairisburg town 

Dobson township" 

Greenfield township ^ . 



Little River township," including Marked Tree town.. 

Marked Tree town 

Owen township 

Scott township 

Tyronza township " 

West Prairie township" 

Willis township i« 

Polk county 

Bigfork township 

Cedar township. 



Center township, 10 including Mena town 

Mena town 

Ward 1 1, 193 

Ward 2 933 

Ward 3 1, 297 

Cove township 

Eagle township 

Eaglegap township " 

Faulkner township 

Freedom township 20 

Fulton township 

(Japsprings township 

Mountain township 

Ouachita township i" 

Ozark township 

Potter township 21. 



Rich Mountain township S' 
White township 



Pope county.. 



Allen township 

Bayliss township .. 
Burnett township. 
Center township.. 



Clark township, including Londoiitowu ! 

London town 

Convenience township 

Dover township 

Freeman township . 



Gallacreek township, including Pottsvilfe town' 

Pottsville town 

Gallarock township I~I 

Grifan township . 



Gumlog township '_ Z 

HoUybend township "~_ 

Illinois township, including Russeriviile''towu"" 

Russellville town 

Independence township's IIIIIZII 

Jackson township Z. 

Lee township ZZZZZZ Z 

Liberty township Z 

Martin township Z" 

Moreland township '_ ZZ 

Northfork township 23 _Z"_ ZZ 

Sandspring township "_' _ 

Smyrna township 23 Z"\Z 

Sulphur township 22 "" """ 

Valley township.. 



Wilson township, includ'iiigZAtkius town Z 
Atkins town 



Prairie county., 



Belcher township... 

Bullard township 

Calhoun township.. 
Center township.. 
Desarc township.. 



Hazen township, including HazenTown'" 
Hazen town 



1900 



851 

548 

526 

1,292 

703 
840 
402' 

1,561 
200 
829 

1,047 
197 

7,026 



1,589 
462 
291 
500 
769 
352 
566 
1,365 
1,063 
526 
356 

18, 352 



752 

405 

4,478 

3.4=3 



1,165 
304 
499 
242 
849 
728 
260 

1,050 
847 

3,133 
606 
255 

2,779 

21,715 



200 
340 
669 
490 
330 
268 
533 
447 
374 
834 
102 
745 
747 
706 
975 
586 
832 
558 
239 
978 
797 



358 
417 
421 
388 
928 
,461 
745 



11,875 



356 
473 
514 
842 
228 
1,915 
429 



1890 



1,204 
610 

489 



351 
1,613 

92? 
567 



4,272 



1,302 
482 



541 
433 



298 
1,375 



323 



577 

319 

1,430 



985 
452 



219 
801 
551 
217 
868 
622 
1,049 



1,203 
19,458 



177 
562 
564 
360 
1,160 



529 
1,387 



766 



584 

811 

650 

1,111 

2,808 

X, 321 

688 

747 

1,192 

961 

892 

234 

618 

217 



1,848 
660 

11,374 



391 
639 
500 
806 
154 
1,662 
458 



"4Sfn?'^oVSiro'?gSeTfC°p'Sr?S'ai*'s!5S^^^^^^ 

» Dobson township org&idzeiS^ZltnfW^^^"^^/^^^ ^i?<=® ^890. 

" SSs^\r?o'?f?^ f IMS to^ns'Sir^n^eS ^"'^ *°"'^'^^P '"^'^ ''''■ 

;^ 0?^So°i^TrtT,?£ftr^fve^ 13«0. 

^. i« °^Z^'^^s^%f^!^^'^fJi'fiS^--^^VS Since 1890. 
ships since 1890. Bauiicu irom parts ot Center and Ouachita town- 

1890:° ^'"^ Mountain township organized from part of Freedom township since 

21 Organized since 1890. 
1890^^''^P^"*°^°''^'P organized from part of Independence township since 

23 Smyrna township organized from part of Nortlifork tnwn»h,-^ =,•„„„ -,«„« 



11 



Table 4 — POPULATION OF ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Pbaieie county— Continued. 



Hickory Plains township. 

Lower Hill township i 

Eockroe township 

Tyler township 

Union township . 



Upper Hill township « 

wattensas township, Including Devall Bluff town 
Devall Bluff town_. 



Wilteriver township, including Desarc town." 
Desarc town 



Pdlaski county.. 



Ashley township. 



Badgett township « [ 

Bayou Metoe township 

Blgroek township, s including wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 
of Little Kock city. 

Little Rock city (part of) 

Total for Little Rock city, in Bigrock and Hill town- 
ships. 
Wardi. 



Ward 2.. 
Ward 3_ 
Ward 4., 
Ward 5., 



- 6, 73° 
6,90s 

- 3, 249 



Ward 6 4,158 

Ward 7 3, 790 

Ward 8 4, 751 



Brodie township * 

Campbell township.. 

Eagle township 

Eastman township 

Ellis township _ 



Fourohe township,* inoluding Alexander town. 

Alexander town ^.. , 

Gray township. 



Hill township. Including Bai'ring Cross town and ward 8 
of Little Rock city. 

Barring Cross town 

Little Rock city (part of) 

Maumelle township : 

Mineral township 

Owen township 

Pyeatt township 

Roland township 

Union township 

Worthen township 

Young township 



Randolph county.. 



Bristow township s 

Columbia township » 

Current River township, including Reyno town . 

Reyno town 

Davidson township ' 



Demun township,* including Pocahontas town . 

Pocahontas town 

Eleven Points township " 

Elm Store township ' 

Ingram township i" 

Janes Creek township . 

Littleblack township " 

Richardson township '^ 

Roanoke township » 

Shiloah township i^ 



Siloam township," including Maynard town . 

Maynard town 

Springriver township 

Union township 

Warmsprings township i^ 

Watervalley township 

WUey township 



St. Francis county . 



Blackflsh townshlp. 
Franks township — 
Goodwin township . 
Griggs township . 



Johnson township 

L' AngulUe township 

Madison township, moludmg Forrest city 

Fon-est city — -7 

Prairie township, including Palestine town — 

Palestine town . 



1900 



967 

1,204 

639 

427 

381 

549 

1,573 

605 

1,807 

640 

63,179 



1,141 

1,692 

1,507 

35, 672 

33 ^ 556 
38,307 



611 

1,482 

2,670 

2,147 

574 

848 

173 

1,499 

6,837 

389 

4.751 

389 

736 

1,200 

318 

810 

958 

884 

1,204 

17,156 



431 
293 
176 
138 
902 
969 
967 
667 
519 
668 
072 
060 
468 
150 
538 
396 
358 
434 
578 
006 
455 
384 



1, 
1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 
17,157 



791 
2,692 

884 
1,554 
1,525 
1,156 
4,771 
1,361 
1,322 

196 



1890 



1,210 
1,368 
534 
173 
382 
651 
981 
380 
1,923 
S46 

47, 329 



1,370 



1,293 
27,644 

23.237 
25.874 



1,636 
2,016 
1,313 

299 
1,165 

146 
1,036 
3,536 



2,637 
337 
601 



957 
1,163 

14,485 



1,268 
1,270 



1,322 

1,518 

507 

1,183 



992 
2,111 



1,148 



303 
475 

1,275 
538 

1,092 

13,543 



674 
2,386 

815 

580 
1,239 

668 
4,025 
1,021 
1,142 

163 



1 Formerly Lower Surrounded Hill. 

s Sitt l,wS'SS'an°zef f?om-part of Bigrock township since 1890. 
4 BTSiietowmUp^oT§.rdzei from part of Fourche township since 1890. 
6 Organized from part of Demun township since 1890. 

6 Part tHken to form Ingram township since 1890. . 

7 vfm SorTtOTvnship organized from part of Davidson township since 1890. 
I pX^Sen to to Brfstow and Shifoah townships since 1890. 

'0 SliS^ef faoS^ils^S'SoirbTa'^agl W^^^^^^^^ townships since 1890. 

n pS token to^fo^m Richardson and Siloam townships since 1890. 

r.sraSSfrX^p?As°^o^'gisr.=^^^^^^^^^ 

" Befva towiSSlI o?|anized from parts of Barber and Tomlinson townships 
"^^'johr^son township organized from parts of Blansettand Mountain town- 
ships since 1890. 



MINOK civil divisions. 



St. Fkancis county— Continued. 



Telico township 

Wheatley township.. 

Saline county.. 



Banner township . 
Beaver township.. 



Bryant township, Inoluding Bryant town . 

Bryant town 

Dyer township 

Fairplay township 

Holland township 

Hurricane township 

Jefferson township 

Kentucky township 

Liberty township 

Marble township 

Otter township 

Owen township. 



Perkins township 

Salem township" 

Saline township, including Benton town.. 

Benton town 

Shaw township 

Smith township i» 

Traskwood township 

Union township . 



Walnut Bottom township.. 



SOOTT COUNTY.. 



Barber township " 

Belva township 1' 

Blackf ork township 

Blansett township 18 ... 

Brawley township 

Cauthron township "., 

Cedar township 

Denton township 20_. 



Hickman townsmp,2i Including Waldron clty. 

Waldron city 

Hon township 22 

Hunt township 

James township ^ 

Johnson township i« 

Lafave township 

Lafayette township 

Lamb township 23. 



Lewis tO"wnshlp, Including part of Mansfield town 

Mansfield town ( part of) 

Total for Mansfield town,24 in Lewis township, Scott 
county, and Sugarloaf township, Sebastian county. 

Millcreek township 

Mountain township >' 

Mount Pleasant township 25 

Park township 20 

Tate township 

Tomlinson township " 



SEAECY COUNTY . 



Bearcreek township,27 Including Marshall town. 

Marshall town 

Beaver township 28 

Blgcreek township " 

Calf creek township ™ 

Campbell township si 

Longcreek township ^ 

Mount Pleasant township 

Prairie township 

Red River township 

Richland township 

St. Joe township 

Spring township '" 



Sulphur Springs township.. 

Tomahawk township 

Wiley Cove township 



Sebastian county . 



Bates township 

Beverly township 

Blgcreek township 

Bloomer township 

Center township, mcluding Greenwood town . 
Greenwood town 



1900 



1,687 

775 



13, 122 



614 
476 
678 
113 
414 
571 
634 
.581 
373 
411 
505 
254 
501 
605 

.,669 
515 

1,405 
898 
427 
492 
565 



13,183 



549 
633 
629 
732 
492 
500 
387 
527 

1,838 
487 
642 
892 
212 
180 
559 
720 
335 

1,148 
93 
368 

141 

446 
;■ )0 
734 
387 
500 

11,988 



1,225 
z6o 
289 
704 

1,390 
550 
324 
656 
496 
768 

1,084 
846 
938 
613 
961 

1,256 

36,936 



1,03 'J. 
900 
839 

1,844 
491 



i» Part taken to form Hon township since 1890. 

20 Organized from part of Hickman township since 1890. 

21 Parts taken to form Denton, Hon, Lamb, and Mount Pleasant townships 
since 1890. 

22 Organized from parts of Cauthron and Hickman townships since 1890. 

23 Organized from parts of Hickman, Mount Pleasant, and Park townships 
since 1890. 

2'1 In 1890 in Sugarloaf township, Sebastian county, only. 
25 Organized from part of Hickman township since 1890 ; part suljsequently 
token to form Lamb township. 

28 Part taken to form Lamb township since 1890. 

2T Parts taken to form Blgcreek and Spring townships since 1890. 
23 Part taken to form Longcreek township since 1890. 

29 Organized from parts of Bearcreek and Campbell townships since 1890 ; 
part token to form Longcreek township since 1890. 

30 Part token to form Spring township since 1890. 

31 Parts token to form Blgcreek and Longcreek townships since 1890. 

32 Organized from parts of Beaver, Blgcreek, and Campbell townships since 
1890. 

33 Organized from parts of Bearcreek and Calf creek townships since 1890. 



12 

Table 4,— POPULATION OP ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Sebastian county— Continiied. 

Cole township, including Hackett city.. 
Hackett city- 



Dayton township 

Diamond township, including Huntington town_ 

Huntington town ^ 

Eagle township 

Hartford township, including Hartford town 

Hartford town 

Jimfork township i 

Little Bass township i I.II~IIIII2II~'. 

Marion townfihip,2 including Bonanza town 

Bonanza town 

Mississippi township 

Mont Sandles township 2 

Prairie township __. 

Rogers township 2_. 



1900 



Sugarloaf township, including part of Mansiield town- 
Mansfield town (part of ) 

[For total see Lewis township, Scott county.]" 

Sulphur township 2 

Upper township, including Fort Smith city 

Fort Smith city 1 

Ward I -y TT1 

Ward 2_ 
Ward 3_ 
Ward 4., 
Ward 5- 



Washhum township 

Whlteoak township 

Seviek county s.. 



2.174 
3,387 
2,678 

I. =37 



Bearcreek township, including De Queen town_. 

De Queen town 

Ben Lomond township ~II' 

Buckhom township _ 



Clearcreek township, Including Horatio town _ 

Horatio town 

Jefferson township I~ 

Millcreek township * ~ 

Mineral township _ 



Monroe township 

Paraclifta township . 



Red Colopy township, including Lockesburg town! 

Lockesburg town 

Saline township IIIII_ 

Washington township 3 

Sharp county 

Bigcreek township 

Bigrock townships 

Cave township— 



Davidson township 

Hardy township, including Hardy town_ 

Hardy town 

Highland township I 

Jackson township 

Johnson township 

Lavecreek township 

Lebanon township 

Morgan township 

North township 

Pineyfork township 

Richwoods township 

Scott township 

Strawberry township 

Sullivan township 

Union township 

Washington township 6 



Stone county.. 



Blue Mountain township, including Mountainview town. 
Mountainview town. * 



1,280 

330 

899 

2,035 

1,298 

492 

1,487 

46a 

607 

604 

2,529 

906 

564 

753 

561 

1,842 

1,257 

275 

565 
15,358 
11,587 



519 
283 

16,339 

1,770 
, 200 
740 



377 
625 
520 
426 
988 
485 
442 
115 



1890 



550 

890 

1,283 

12, 199 

635 
581 
609 
686 
844 
497 
437 
630 
412 
345 
614 
467 
729 
982 
781 
839 
428 
1,094 
788 
448 

8,100 



1,259 
226 
505 
645 
959 
456 
461 
370 
249 
360 
599 
850 
602 
276 
509 



1,571 
458 
971 

1,271 
913 
507 

1,035 



710 
1,587 



854 



1,013 
905 

1,201 
243 

1,152 
13,120 
"i3" 



552 
504 



10,072 



496 



6.55 

284 

1,708 



449 



&51 
1,101 

393 
2,115 

451 

1,063 

. 957 

10,418 



,515 
556 
303 



282 
365 
383 
3.36 
,521 
374 
722 

1,041 
793 
993 
391 

1,037 
333 
970 

7,043 
1,200 



2,57 
653 
1,092 
.579 
8.51 
522 
132 
HI 
566 
820 



Chalybeate Springs township 

Farris township 

Franklin township Z-III__"I~~ 

Harris township ZI___~ ~Z '_~ 

Hixson township ZI_IZ Z 

Locustgrove township « 

Northwest township 

Red River township ZZZZ 

Richwoods township 

Sylamore township ' ZZZZ.ZZZ 

Timbo township "5 ~ZZ 

Turkeycreek township .ivk „„_ 

Wallace township ZZZ.ZZZZZZZZZZZZ 509 go 

1 Jimfork township organized from part of Little Bass township since 1890 

2 Mont Sandles township organized from parts of Marion, Rogers and 
Sulphur townships since 1890. "s='o, a^u 

a Washington township, Howard county (population 324 in 1890), annexed 

4 Organized since 1890. 

5 Bigrock township organized from part of Washington township since 1S90 
« Timbo township organized from parts of Loeustgrove and Svlamore town- 
ships since 1890. ™wu 

' Smackover township organized from parts of Eldorado and Van Buren 
townships since 1890. 

8 Henderson township organized from part of Jackson township since 1890 
" Organized from parts of Davis and Sulphur Springs townships since 1890 ' 



minor civil divisions. 



Union county . 

Boone township 

Comie township 

Eldorado township, 
towns. 
Cargile town. 



1900 



Including Cargile and Eldorado 



Eldorado town. 



Franklin township _ 

Garner township 

Harrison township _. 



Henderson tovmshlp,8 including Junction city . 
Junction city - 



[The joint population of Junction city, in Henderson 
township. Union county, Arkansas, and Junction city, 
in Ward 9, Claiborne parish, and Ward 3, Union 
parish, Louisiana, is 1,640.] 

Jackson township, s including Upland town 

Upland town 

Johnson township 

Lapile township 

Smackover township f 

Tubal township ^ 

Van Buren township ' 

Wilmington township 



Van Buren county_ 



Archey Valley township.. 



Bradley township, including Beebranch town_. 

Beebranch town 

Cadron township 

Cargile township » 

Choctaw township 10 

Cleveland township " 

Craig township '2 . 



Culpepper township ^ 

Davis township " 

Griggs township,io including Clinton town _ 

Clinton town 

Hartsugg township n ~ 

Holly township.. 



Liberty township 

Mouniain townshlp^^ 

Red River township '« 

Sulphur Springs township" _ 

Union township 

Washington township 

Wheeler township 

Whlteoak township 



Washington county.. 



Boston township 

Bnishcreek township 

Canehill township 

Center township 

Covecreek township 

Crawford township 

Durham township 

Dutch Mills township.. 

Elmsprings township 

Goshen township is 

Illinois township 

Lees Creek township 

Mars Hill township. 



Prairie township," including B^ayetteville citv"Z 
Fayetteville city 

Pramegrove township, Including'ftairiegro'veTowiiZ' 
PrairiegTOve town 

Price township 

Reed township. 



Rheas Mill township ZZZZ. Z""ZZ. Z "Z 

Richland township 18 " .Z Z~ ZZZ 

Springdale township, including Springdale'townZ 

hprmgdale town 

Starrhill township Z~" . 

Valley township" _ ""' 

Vineyard townslilp "Z'Z ".Z 

Weddlngton township _ _ 

Westfork township ~ 2 

Wheeler township Z . 

Whiteriver township .ZZZ~ZZ Z 

Winslow township ^ 

Wyman township is 



22,495 



1,703 
4,025 

417 
1,069 
1,108 

796 
1,320 
2,078 

I|25I 



1,669 

184 

2,250 

2,070 

1,558 

652 

1,493 

913 



U,220 



1890 



3S2 
1,422 

122 

438 
245 
742 
194 
923 
398 
440 
1,181 
297 
276 
335 
671 
157 
658 
409 
808 
632 
648 
316 



34,256 



592 

980 

1,371 

1,212 

864 

690 

744 

724 

1,639 

1,113 

1,192 

578 

429 

8,028 

4,061 

1,277 

726 

549 

877 

496 

714 

2,966 

1.251 

7& 

1,115 

623 

452 

1,121 

549 

960 

1,242 

431 



14, 977 



704 
1,150 
2,660 



455 
950 
594 
877 



1,664 



1,999 
1,536 



1,596 
758 



8,567 



1,013 



517 



696 
267 
680 



607 
858 
176 
122 
261 



731 
"674 



469 
320 



32,024 



580 

1,050 

1,379 

1,359 

824 

646 

873 

756 

1,591 

1,247 

1,169 

740 

584 

6,032 

2,942 

1,337 

412 

573 

676 

387 

1,056 

2,361 

906 

517 

1,259 

771 

587 

1,268 

473 

970 

959 



n va^ }^^^^ 1° l°™ Culpepper township since 1890 
ll^^SfnV^^^°T^^ township'slnce 1890 

M Pa?ts taken to fo?m CargUe andluSh fr Snrl^='F' townships since 1890. 
IS Organized from parts of ClevSaiid CrLl^ 3 w ^^^^'^^^ 
1890. ^ v^iBveiana, Craig, and Hartsugg townships since 

" oSaSS tlT^^^^J^Y^ ^P?-*"SS township since 1890. 

subse|JfStTy^1^kSiTo E SL^flllornf b?f ^'^^ ""^^'^^^ --«« l^^O • ^^ 

town^[p^ZceT8°f ""^^""'^^-l*™^ P^'''^ °^ Goshen, Prairie, and Richland 
10 Formerly Mountain. 



13 

Table 4.— POPULATION OP ARKANSAS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900-Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONa. 



1900 



1890 



MINOR OIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



White county— 



Antioeh townshliji 

Baldknob township, including Baldknob town, 

Baldknob town 

Blgoreek township 

Cadron township 

Cane township 

Clay township. 

Cleveland township 

Coffey township 

Coldwell township 

Denmark township 

Desaro township 

Dogwood township 

Elpaso township 

Garner township.. 



Gravelhill' township 

Gray township,2 including Searcy town 

Searcy town 

Gumsprings township^ 

Harrison township, including Judsonla town. 

Judsonia town 

Higginson township 

Jackson township 

Kensett township.. 



Kentucky township 

Liberty township, including Bradford town., 

Bradford town 

Marion township 

Marshall township.^. 



Negrohill township 

Ked River township, Including Westpoint town., 

Westpoint town 

Royal township 

Russell township, including Russell town 

Russell town 



Union township,' including Beehe town 

Beebe town.. 



Velvet Ridge township.. 



WoODEUTP county.. 



Augusta township, including Augusta town . 

Augusta town 

Barnes township 

Cache township 



24,864 



399 
1,327 
620 
407 
778 
608 
676 
259 
614 
413 
617 
794 
808 
814 
881 
245 
3,051 
1,995 
404 
2,247 
600 
633 
567 
562 
872 
692 
222 
849 
663 
143 
903 
III 
594 
689 
40Z 
2,213 
904 
142 

16,304 



5,159 

1,040 

832 

1,584 



22,946 



856 



322 
536 
868 
634 
272 
606 
350 
561 
875 
665 
863 
449 
237 
3,545 
1,203 

2^097 
475 
444 
579 
539 
730 
442 



861 
744 
116 
844 

"548 
583 



2,620 



14,009 



4,292 

S19 

560 

1,U3 



WooDRurr COUNTY— Continued. 
Caney township . 



Cottonplant township, including Cottonplant town.. 
Cottonplant town 



Dent township 

Deview township, including McCrory town.. 

McCrory town 

Freeman township 

Point township . 



Pumpkin township 

Whlteriver township.. 

Yell county 



BlufEton township 

Briggsvllle township . 
Ceuterville township . 
Chickalah township.. 
Crawford township . 



Danville township, including Danville town 

Danville town 

Darda,nelle township, including Dardauelle and Mount 
Nebo towns. 

Dardanelle town 

Mount Nebo town 

Delaware township 

Dutchcreek township 

Ferguson township, including Belleville town 

Belleville town 

Galleyrock township 

Gllkey township 

Gravellyhill township 

Herring township . 



Irons Creek township 3 

Lamar township 

Lower Laf ave township . 

Magazine township 

Mason township* 

Mountain township 

Prairie township 

Richland township 

Riley townships 

Rosecreek township* 

Rover township 

Ward township.. 



Waveland township *_. 
Wilson township 



709 

2,024 
458 
271 

2,059 
225 
816 

1,194 
205 

1,441 

22,750 



667 
669 
934 
285 
319 

1,554 
600 

3,041 

1,602 

27 
259 
425 

1,685 
552 
873 
501 
763 
406 
395 
584 
564 

1,350 
464 
545 
.'131 
840 

1,186 

98 

725 

1,183 
554 

1,350 



299 

2,018 
429 
164 

1,922 
299 
839 

1,300 
159 

1,343 

18,015 



623 
562 
874 
247 
383 



3,055 
1,456 



252 
518 

1,324 
247 
774 
369 
570 
349 
366 
501 
480 

1,433 
265 
376 
506 
595 
861 



1 Antlooh township organized from part of Union township since 1890. 

2 Gumsprings township organized from part of Gray township since 1890. 
' Given as lono Creek m 1890. 



' Rosecreek township organized from part of Mason township since 1890. 
6 Waveland township organized from part of Riley township since 1890. 



There are 184 incoi'porated cities, towns, and villages in Arkansas, for which the population in 1900 is separately 
returned, and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, 
in which they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5.— POPULATION OP THE INCORPORATED CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES OP ARKANSAS : 1890 AND 1900. 



cities, towns, and villages. 



Alexander town . 

Alma town 

Altus town 

Antoine town . 



Arkadelphia town — 
Arkansas City town.. 

Ashdown town 

Atkins town 

Augusta town- 



Austin Station town. 

Baldknob town 

Barring Cross town.. 

BatesviUe city 

Bearden town 

Beebe town. 



Beebranch town — 

Belleville town 

Benton town 

Bentonville town ... 

Berryville town 

Blackrock town 

Blythesville town .. 

Bonanza town 

Booneville town — 

Bradford town 

Brinkley town 

Bryant town 

Buckner town 

Cabot town. 



Camden city 

Cargile town 

Carlisle town 

Centerpolnt town . 

Chester town 

Clarendon town — 

Olarksville city 

Cleveland town. .. 



population. 



1900 



173 
440 
500 
197 

2,739 

1,091 
400 
745 

1,040 
196 
620 
389 

2,327 
341 
904 
122 
552 
898 

1,843 
551 

1,400 
302 
906 
988 
222 

1,648 
113 
400 
294 

2,840 
417 
212 
334 
174 

1,840 

1, Otili 
202 



1890 



146 
486 
469 



2,455 



660 
519 



2,150 



247 
647 
1,677 
549 
761 



496 



1,510 



312 



2,571 



185 
297 
222 
1,060 
937 
303 



CITIES, towns, and villages. 



Clinton town 

Coalhill town 

Collins town 

Conway town 

Coming town 

Cottonplant town , 

Danville town 

Dardanelle town.. 

De Queen town 

Dermott town 

Desarc town. 



Devall Blufl town.. 

Dewltt town 

Douglas town 

Drydeii town 

Dyer town 

Eldorado town 

Emmet town . 



England town 

Eureka Springs city.. 

Fayetteville city 

Fordyce town 

Forrest city 

Fort Smith city 

Frostville town 

Fulton town . 



Gentry City town — 
Grandglalze town .. 

Gravett town 

Green Forest town . 

Green way town 

Greenwood town — 

Gordon town 

Hackett city 

Hamburg town 

Hardy town 

Harrisburg town .— 



POPULATION. 



1900 



297 

1,341 

212 

2,003 

784 

458 

600 

1,602 

1,200 

467 

640 

605 

318 

117 

109 

343 

1,069 

202 

368 

3,572 

4,061 

1,710 

1,361 

11,587 

919 

504 

419 

50 

447 

469 

165 

491 

1, 045 

330 

1,260 

497 

462 



1890 



176 
802 

'X267' 
584 
429 



380 
246 



455 



3,706 

2,942 

980 

1,021 

11, 311 



337 



587 
802 
458 
655 



482 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



Harrison town . 
Hartford town . 

Hazen town 

Helena city.. 



HoUygrove town.. 

Hope town 

Horatio town 

Hot Springs city 

Hoxie town 

Huntington town . 

Imboden town 

Jacksonport town. 
Jamestown town.. 

Jonesboro city 

Judsonia town 

Junction city 

Kingsland town 

Knobel town 

Kress city 

Lake City town 

Lamar town 

Little Rock city 

Lockesburg town.. 

London town 

Lonoke town 

Luxora town 

McCrory town 

McNeil town 

Magazine town 

Magnolia town 



Malvern town.. 
Mammoth Spring town.. 

Mansfield town 

Marlanna town 

Marked Tree town 

Marshall town 

Marvel town 



POPULATION. 



1900 



1,551 
460 
429 

5,550 
391 

1,644 
625 

9,973 
125 

1,298 
421 
265 
130 

4,508 
600 

1,251 
364 
392 
264 
434 
474 
38,307 
550 
268 
951 
943 
225 
260 
897 

1,614 

1,582 
717 
368 

1,707 
352 
260 
556 



1890 



1,438 



458 
5,189 

353 
1,937 



102 
913 
157 
421 



2,065 
475 



464 



25,874 
451 



858 



299 

294 

183 

1,486 

1,520 



243 
1, 126 



278 



14 



Table 5.— POPULATION OP THE INCORPORATED CITIES, TOWNS, 

1900.— Continued. 



AND VILLAGES OF ARKANSAS : 1890 AND 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



Maynard town 

MelTDOurne town 

Mena town 

Mineralsprings town . 

Monticello town 

Monlllton city 

Mountainhome town 
Mountainview town _ 

Mount Neto town 

Mulberry town 

Murireesboro town 

Nasbville town 

Nettleton town 

Newark town 

New Lewisyille town 

Newport town 

Osceola town 

Ozark town 

Palestine town 

Paragould city 

Paris town 

Perryville town 

Piggott town 

Pike City town 

Pine BlufE city 



POPULATION. 



1900 



358 
256 

3,423 
278 

1,579 

1,707 
364 
226 
27 
361 
200 
928 
613 
315 
548 

2,866 
953 
848 
196 

3,324 
836 
300 
195 
703 
11,496 



1890 



209 



1,285 

1,644 

242 



821 
159 
810 



500 
1,571 
458 
862 
163 
1,666 
547 
310 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



Plummerville town. 

Pocahontas town 

Portia town 

Portland town 

Pottsville town 

Powhatan town 

Prairiegroye town __ 

Presoott town 

Princeton town 

Quitman town 

Rector town 

Redfield town 

Eeyno town 

Eison town 

Rogers town 

Russell town 

Russellville town 

St. Francis town 

St. Paul town 

Sayre town 

Searcy town 

Sedgwick town 

Sheridan town 

Shiloh town 

Siloam Springs town. 



POPULATION. 



1900 



296 
967 
400 
426 
192 
249 
726 

2,005 
168 
656 
520 
333 
138 
453 

2,158 
401 

1,832 
420 
345 
300 

1,995 
310 
210 
246 

1,748 



1890 



214 
507 
571 



220 

412 

1,287 



327 
525 
400 



1,265 



1,321 
356 
417 



1,203 

m 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



Springdale town . 

Stamps town 

Star City town — 

Stephens town 

Stuttgart city 

Sugarloaf town„ 



Sulphur Rock town — 
Sulphur Springs town., 

Swifton town 

Texarkana city 

Tuckerman town 

Upland town 

Van Buren city 

Waldo town 

Waldron city 

Walnutridge town 

Warren town 

Washin^on town 

Westpoint town 

Wilmar town 

Wilmot village 

Wynne town ; 

Yellville town 



POPULATION. 



1900 



1,251 

1,021 
251 
407 

1,258 
552 
358 
315 
206 

4,914 
260 
184 

2,573 
929 
487 
550 
954 
374 
111 
844 
378 

1,631 
578 



1890 



204 
379 
1,165 
322 
387 



3,528 



2,291 
709 
487 
457 
492 
519 



565 



Of the above named 184 incorporated places there are only 19 that have a population in 1900 of more than 2,000, 
and of these only 5 that have a population in excess of 5,000, namely. Little Kock, with 38,307 ; Fort Smith, with 
11,587; Pine Bluff, with 11,496; Hot Springs, with 9,973, and Helena, with 5,550 inhabitants. 

Little Rock is the only city in Arkansas that has a population in 1900 of more than 25,000, and for this city a 
summary is presented in table 6, showing its population from 1850, the first year in which it is separately stated in 
the census report, to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each of the ten-year 
periods. 

Table 6 — POPULATION OP LITTLE ROCK : 1850 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEARS. 


Population. 


INCREASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 


38,307 
. 25,874 
13,138 
12,380 
3,727 
2,167 


12,433 

12,736 

758 

8,653 

1,560 


48.05 

96.94 

6.12 

232.17 

71.99 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1860 


1850 __ _ 









According to this summary, the population of Little Rock, starting with only 2,167 in 1850, increased to 12 380 
in 1870, to 25,874 in 1890, and to 38,307 in 1900. The numerical increase during the past ten years is practically the 
same as that for the decade preceding, but the percentage of increase is only half as great, being 48.05 from 1890 to 
1900 as compared with 96.94 from 1880 to 1890. 



Director of the Census. 




Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 8. 



M^ASHINGTON, D. C. 



October 8, 1900. 



POPULATION OF DELAWARE BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS, 
AND OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



Ttis bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. "William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives , the 
aggregate population of Delaware hy counties and minor civil divisions, and of the District of Columhia, according to 
the official count of the returns of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Delaware was one of the original 13 states. The District of Columhia was formed March 30, 1791, but that 
portion situated in Virginia was receded to that state July 9, 1846. Table 1 shows the population of Delaware and the 
District of Columbia at each census from 1790 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent 
during each decade. 

Table 1.— POPULATION OF DELAWARE AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA : 1700 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEAES. 


Population. 


INCEEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Delaware : 

X900 — 


184,735 

168,493 

146, 608 

125,015 

112,216 

91,532 

78,085 

76,748 

72,749 

72,674 

64,273 

59,096 

278,718 

230,392' 

177,624-' 

131,700- 

75,080 

51,687 

43,712 

39,834 

33,039 

24,023 

14,093 


16,242 

21,885 

21,593 

12,799 

20,684 

13,447 

1,337 

3,999 

75 

8,401 

5,177 


9.6 

14.9 

17.2 

11.4 

22.5 

17.2 

1.7 

5.4 

0.1 

13.0 

8.7 






1870 


I860 




X840 


1830 




1810 - 






District of Columbia : 


48,326 

52,768 

45,924 

56,620 

23,393 

7,975 

3,878 

6,795 

9,016 

9,930 


20.9 
29.7 
34.8 
75.4 
45.2 
18.2 
9.7 
20.5 
37.5 
70.4 


1890 




1870 






IQdO _ 


1830 




1810 











The population of Delaware in 1900 is 184,735 as against 168,493 in 1890, representing an increase since 1890 of 
16 242 or 9.6 per cent. The population of Delaware in 1790 was 59,096, from which it appears that the population 
in'l900 is a little more than three times the population reported in 1790. 

The population of the District of Columbia in 1900 is 278,718, as compared with a population in 1890 of 230,392, 
showing an increase of 48,326, or 20. 9 per cent, during the past 10 years. The population of the District of Columbia 
in 1800, the first census taken after its formation in 1791, was 14,093, which, as compared with the population in 1900, 
shows an increase of not quite twenty fold in 100 years. 

(CP15M) 



The total land surface of Delaware is, approximately, 1,900 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows: 1890, 85.9 ; 1900, 94.2. 

The total land surface of the District of Columbia is, approximately, 60 square miles, the average number of 
persons to the square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows : 1890, 3,839.8 ; 1900, 4,645.3. 

Table 2 shows the population of Delaware by counties at each census from 1790 to 1900, inclusive, and the 
population of the District of Columbia by counties at each census from 1800 to 1870 only, the county government 
having been abolished in 1874. Table 3, which immediately follows, shows, for each county in Delaware, the increase 
by number and per cent during the 10 years from 1890 to 1900. 

Table 2.— POPULATION OF DELAWARE AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BY COUNTIES : 1790 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


1900 


1800 


1880 


1870 


1860 


1850 


1840 


1830 


1820 


1810 


1800 


1700 




184,735 


168,493 


146,608 


125,015 


112,216 


91,532 


78,085 


76,748 


72,749 


72,674 


64, 273 


59,096 




Kent 


32,762 
109,697 
42,276 


32,664 
97, 182 
38,647 


32,874 
77,716 
36,018 


29,804 
63,615 
31,696 


27, 804 
54, 797 
29,615 


22,816 
42, 780 
25,936 


19,872 
33, 120 
26,093 


19, 913 
29,720 
27, 115 


20,793 
27,899 
24,057 


20,495 
24,429 
27, 750 


19, 55 J 
25,361 
19,358 


18,920 
19,688 
20,488 


Newcastle 

Sussex 




District of Columbia. 


278,718 


230,392 


177,624 


131,700 


75,080 


61,687 


43,712 


39,834 


33,039 


24,023 


14,003 








Alexandria^.- 














9,967 
33,745 


9,573 
30,261 


9,703 
23,336 


8,562 
15,471 


5,949- 
8,144 




Washington 2 








131,700 


75,080 


51,687 













— 



• Receded to Virginia in 1846 ; population since then given under Virginia. 2 County government abolished in 1874. 

Table 3.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OF DELAWARE BY COUNTIES : 1890 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


INCREASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


The state 


16,242 


9.6 


Kent 


98 

12,515 

3,629 


0.3 

12.8 

9.3 


Newcastle „_ 


Sussex - 





There have been no territorial changes in the counties of Delaware since 1890. 

Of the 3 counties in Delaware all show increases, the largest increase being 12.8 per cent for Newcastle. 
Table 4 shows the population of Delaware and the District of Columbia by minor civil divisions, so far as it was 
separately returned at the censuses of 1890 and 1900. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF DELAWARE AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 

1890 AND 1900. 



DEL,A"V\'^AIIE. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Kent county . 



Duck Creek hundred, including Smyrna town and part 
of Clayton town. ^ 

Clayton town (part of) 

Total for Clayton town, in Duck"Creek"and'"Kenron 
hundreds. 



Smyrna town _ 



East Dover hundred, including Dovertown"' 
Dover town_ 



Kenton hundred, including Keuton"town"and"parts"of 
Cneswold and Clayton towns. 

Cheswold town (part of) 

Total for Cheswold town,l in Kenton andLitt'leCreek 
hundreds. 



Clayton town (part of) . 
Kenton town- 



Little Creek hundred, includiug Leipsic and Little Cre"e"k 
towns and part of Cheswold town. 

Cheswold town (part of) 

Leipsic town I 

Little Creek town 

Milford hundred, including part of Miltunf town IIII! 

Milford town (part of) 

Total for Milford town, in I\Iilford hundred, Kent county, 
and Cedar Creek hundred, Sussex county. 

Mispillion hundred, including Harrington to^vn 

Harrington town 

North Miu-derkill hundred, including Camden"and 
Wyoming towns. 

Camden town 

Wyoming town 

South Murderkill hundred, including Felton, Erederlca, 
and Magnolia towns. 

Felton town 

Frederica town 

Magnolia town 

West Dover hundred IIII 



Newcastle county- 



Appoqulnlmink hundred, including Townsend town . 

Townsend town 

Blackbird hundred 

Brandywine hundred _ 



Christiana hundred. Including Newport town _ 

Newport town 

Mill Creek hundred 

Newcastle hundred, including Newcastle city- 
Newcastle city 

Pencader hundred- 



Red Lion hundred, including Delaware city and St. 
George town. 
Delaware city 



St. George town-. 



St. George hundred. Including Middletown, Odessa, and 
Port Penn towns. 



1900 



32,702 



4, 228 

'303 
770 

2,i68 
5,450 

3.329 
3,144 

182 
201 

467 

Z92 

1,629 

19 

305 

=S9 

3,118 

1,192 

2,500 

4,784 
1,242 
3,829 

S3« 

4SO 

4,160 



400 

706 

208 

2,420 

109,697 



2,141 
399 
1,338 
3,899 
4,736 
657 
3,728 
5,407 
3.380 
1,999 
2,425 



1,132 

325 

4,455 



1800 



82, 664 



4,372 



322 
S4° 

2,455 
5,125 
3,061 
2, SS5 



241 
1,722 



355 

285 

3,364 

1,226 

4,679 

"3~954 

553 
. 497 
4,6U8 

403 

621 

216 

1, 955 

97,182 



2,336 
387 
1, 514 
3,994 
6,144 
711 
8,786 
5,980 
4,010 
2,126 
2,216 

969 

323 
4,785 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Newcastle county— Continued. 



Middletown town . 

Odessa town 

Port Penn town-. 



White Clay Creek hundred. Including Newark town 

Newark town 

Wilmington liundred, coextensive with Wilmington city. 
Wilmington city : 

Ward I 3,041 

Ward 2 . 5,560 

Ward 3 5,375 

Ward 4 4,037 

Ward 5 8,966 

Ward 6 6,061 

Ward 7 12,816 

Wasd 8 8,848 

Ward 9 7,304 

Ward 10 6,409 

Ward II 3,800 

Ward 12 4,291 



Sussex county—. 



Baltimore hundred - 



Broad Creek hundred, including part of Laurel town 

Laurel town (part of) 

Total for Laurel town, in Broad Creek and Little Creek hun- 
dreds. 

Broadkill hundred, including Milton town 

Milton town 



Cedar Creek hundred, including part of Milford town 

Milford town (part of) 2 

[For total see Milford hundred, Kent county.] 

Dagshoro hundred, including Dagsboro, Frankford, and 
Millsboro towns. 

Dagsboro town 

Frankford town :. 

Millsboro town. 



Georgetown hundred, including Georgetown town _ 

Georgetown town 

Gumboro hundred 

Indian River hundred _ 



Lewes and Rehoboth hundred, including Lewes and 
Rehoboth towns. 

Lewes town . 

Rehoboth town 

Little Creek hundred, including Delmar town and part of 
Laurel town. 

Delmar town 

Laurel town (part of) 

Nanticoke hundred- 



Northwest Fort hundred. Including Bridgeville town- 
Bridgeville town 

Seaford hundred, including Seaford town 

Seaford town 



1900 



1,567 

575 

205 

3,061 

1,213 

76,508 



42,276 



4,117 

3,132 

180 

1,825 

2,453 

048 

4,572 



3,575 

191 
423 
391 
2,874 
1,658 
1,161 
2,090 
3,959 

2,259 

198 

5,112 

444 
1,645 
1,996 
3,4.56 

613 
3,779 
1,724 



1890 



1,454 

640 

310 

2,870 

I, igr 

61,431 



88,647 



3,913 

3,074 

224 

2,388 

2,464 
1,074 
4,605 
1.339 

3,495 



519 
324 
2,436 
1.353 
1,355 
1,756 
2,997 



4,511 

360 
2, 164 
2,025 
2,793 

576 
8,223 
1,462 



> In 1890 in Kenton hundred only. 



2 Given as South, Milford in 1890. 



DISTRICT or COLUMBIA. 



MINOB OrVIL DIVISIONS. 


1900 


1890 


MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 


1900 


1890 




278,718 


230,392 


The District— Continued. 
Georgetown i 


14,549 
45,973 










218,196 


188,932 


14,046 
27,414 


Washington > 







1 Old limits ; no corporate existence at the present time, there being but one government for the District. 

There are 35 incorpoi-ated cities and towns in Delaware, for which the population in 1900 is separately returned, 
and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, in which 
they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 



Tablb 5.— population OF THE INOORPOEATED CITIES AND TOWNS OF DELAWARE: 1890 AND 1900, 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



Bridgeyllle town_ 

Camden town 

Che«wold town 

Clayton town 

Daesboro town 

Delaware city 

Delmar town 

Dover town 

Felton town_. 



Frankford town 

Frederiea town 

Georgetown town . 



613 
536 
201 
770 
191 

1,132 
444 

3,329 
400 
423 
706 

1,658 



576 
.^53 
'129 

540 



969 
360 

3,061 
403 
519 
621 

1,353 



Harrington town__ 

Kenton town 

Laurel town 

Leipsic town 

Lewes town 

Little Creek town- 
Magnolia town 

Mirldletown town,. 

Milford town 

Millsboro town 

Milton town 

Newark town 



1,242 
192 

1, 825 
305 

2,259 
2.59 
208 

1,567 

2,500 
391 
948 

1,213 



241 

2,388 

355 



285 
216 
1,454 
2, 565 
324 
1,074 
1,191 



Newcastle city .. 

Newport town 

Odessa town 

Port Penn town. 
Rehoboth town . 
St. George town. 

Seaford town 

Smyrna town 

Townsend town. 
Wilmington city 
Wyoming town . 



657 

575 

205 

198 

325 

1,724 

2,168 

399 

76,508 

450 



4,010 
711 
640 
310 



323 
1,462 
2,4,55 

387 
61,431 

497 



Of the incorporated cities and towns in Delaware there are only 6 having a population in 1900 of more than 
2,000, namely, Wilmington, with 76,508; Newcastle, with 3,380; Dover, with 3,329; Milford, with 2,500; Lewes, 
with 2,259, and Smyrna, with 2,168 inhabitants. 

Wilmington is the only city in Delaware that has a population in 1900 of more than 25,000, and for this city a 
summary is presented in table 6, showing its population from 1840, the first year in which it is separately stated in the 
census report, to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each of the ten-year 
periods. 



Table 6.— POPULATION OF WILMINGTON: 1840 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEAES. 


Population. 


INCREASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 


76,508 
61,431 
42,478 
30,841 
21,258 
13, 979 
8,367 


15,077 
18, 953 
11, 637 
9,583 
7,279 
5,612 


24.6 
44.6 
37.7 
45.0 
52.0 
67.0 


1890 


1880 _ 


1870— _. __ 


1860 


1850 


1840 









_ The above summary shows that Wilmington had in 1840 a population of 8,367, and that the city has steadily 
increased during each decade, its population in 1900 being 76,508, or an increase of 24.5 per cent during the last 10 



years. 




Director of the Census- 



^^ 



\ 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulleti 



N. 



No. 9. 



^VASHINGTON, D. C. 



October 10, 1900. 



POPULATION OF CONNECTICUT BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives the 
aggregate population of Connecticut by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the ofBcial count of the returns 
of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Connecticut was one of the original 13 states. Table 1 shows the population of Connecticut at each census 
from IV 90 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each decade. 

Table 1.— POPULATION OF CONNECTICUT : 1790 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEAKS. 


Population. 


INCREASE. 


Numter. 


Per cent. 


1900 _ _ 


908,355 
746,258 
622,700 
537,454 
460,147 
370,792 
309, 978 
297,675 
275,148 
261,942 
251,002 
237,946 


162, 097 
123,558 
85,246 
77,307 
89,355 
60,814 
12,303 
22,527 
13,206 
10,940 
13,066 


21.7 
19.8 
15.8 
16.8 
24.0 
19.6 
4.1 
8.1 
5.0 
4.3 
5.4 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1860 ._ . 


1850 _... . 


1840 __ ___ ... 


1830 


1820 


1810 


1800 


1790 







The population of the state in 1900 is 908,355 as compared with a population in 1890 of 746,258, showing an 
increase since 1890 of 162,097, or 21.7 per cent. This is a little higher rate of increase than that of the decade from 
1880 to 1890, when it was 19.8 percent. Connecticut had in 1790 a population of 237,946, and did not increase 
rapidly in population until the ten-year period from 1840 to 1850, when it showed an increase of 19.6 per cent, 
which was followed in the succeeding 10 years, from 1850 to 1860, by an increase of 24.0 per cent. 

The total land surface of Connecticut is, approximately, 4,845 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows : 1890, 154.0 ; 1900, 187.4. 

Table 2 shows the population of Connecticut by counties at each census from 1790 to 1900, inclusive, while table 
8, which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase. (or decrease) by number and per cent during the 
10 years from 1890 to 1900. 

Table 2.— POPULATION OF CONNECTICUT BY COUNTIES : 1790 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1860 


1850 


1810 


1830 


1820 


1810 


1800 


1790 


The State 


908,355 


746,258 


622,700 


537,454 


460,147 


370,792 


309,978 


297,675 


275,148 


251,942 


251, 002 


237,946 




Jairfield 


184,203 
195, 415 
63, 672 
41,760 

269,163 
82,758 
24,, 523 
46,861 


150,081 
147, 180 
53,542 
39,524 

209, 058 
76, 634 
25,081 
45,158 


112, 042 
125,382 
52, 044 
35,589 

156,523 
73, 152 
24, 112 
43,856 


95,276 
109, 007 
48,727 
36,099 

121,267 
66,570 
22,000 
38,518 


77,476 
89, 962 
47,318 
30,859 

97,345 
61,731 
21,177 
34,279 


59, 775 
69,967 
45,253 
27,216 

65,588 
51,821 
20,091 
31,081 


49,917 
55,629 
40,448 
24, 879 

48,582 
44, 463 
17, 980 
28,080 


47,010 
51, 131 
42,858 
24,844 

43,847 
42,201 
18,702 
27,082 


42,734 
47, 264 
41,173 
22,404 

39,616 
35,943 
14,330 
31,684 


40,950 
44, 733 
41, 375 
20,723 

37,064 
34, 707 
13,779 
28,611 


38,208 
42, 147 
41,214 
19, 817 

32,162 
34,883 
14,319 
28,222 


36,250 
38, 029 
38,755 
18,855 

30,830 
33,200 
13,106 
28,921 


Hartford 


Litchfield 


Middlesex 








Windham 1' . 








ipartc 


)f Windham 


annexed to 


New Londo 


n in 1881. 













Table 3.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OF OONNEOTIGUT BY COUNTIES : 1890 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


INCEEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 




162,097 


21.7 


Fairfield - 


34,122 
48,235 
10,130 

2,236 
60, 105 

6,124 
1558 

1,703 


22.7 
32.7 
18.9 

5.6 
28.7 

7.9 
12.2 

3.7 




Litchfield 










Windham - 





1 Decrease. 

There has been no territorial change in the counties of Connecticut since 1890. 

Of the 8 counties of the state all but 1 have increased in population during the decade, the counties showing 
the lai'gest percentages of increase being Hartford, 32.7 per cent; New Haven, 28.7 per cent; Fairfield, 22.7 per 
cent, and Litchfield, 18.9 per cent. 

Tolland county shows a decrease of 558, or 2.2 per cent, during the decade. 

Table 4 shows the population of Connecticut by minor civil divisions, so far as it was separately returned at the 
censuses of 1890 and 1900. 

Table 4.— POPULATION OP CONNECTICUT BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. , 



Fairfield county __. 



Bethel town, Including Bethel borough. 
Bethel borough. 



Bridgeport town, coextenaive with Bridgeport city 

Bridgeport city : 

Voting district i 5,542 

Voting district 2 7,679 

Voting district 3 3,233 

Voting district 4 5,478 

Voting district 5 4,841 

Voting district 6 ^ 7,093 

Voting district 7 5,631 

Voting district 8 3,919 

Voting district 9 6,214 

Voting district 10 9,633 

Voting district 11 5,165 

Voting district 12 6,568 

Brookfield town 



Saubury town, including Danbury city.. 

Danbury city 

Ward : 



Ward 2 3,64s 

Ward 3 4,183 

Ward 4 . 4,465 

Darien town . 

Ea^ton town 

Fairfield town 

Greenwich town, including Greenmch borough 

Greenwich borough.. 



Huntington town, including Shelton borough 

Sheltoa borough 

Monroe town 

New Canafin town, including New Canaan borough. 
Nevr Canaan borough 

New Fairfield town.. 



Newtown town, including Newtown borough 

Newtown borough 

Norwalk town, including Norwalk and South Norwafk 
cities, 

Norwalk city 

South Norwalk city 

Bedding town 

Ridgefield town 

Sherman town.. 



Stamford town, including Stamford city . 
Stamford city 

Ward I 

Ward 2 . 

Ward 3 . 

Ward 4 

Stratford town 

Trumbull town 

Weston town. 



3,412 
4,624 
4,°93 



Westport town., 
Wilton town 



Hartford county 



Avon town. 



Berlin town 

Bloomfield town 

Bristol town, including Bristol borough.. 

Bristol borough 

Burlington town 

Canton town 



1900 



184,203 



3,327 
2,561 
70,996 



1,046 
19,474 
16, 537 



3,116 

960 

4,489 

12,172 

2,420 

5,672 

2,837 

1,043 

2,968 

1,304 

584 

3,276 

254 

19,932 

6,125 
6,S9i 
1,426 
2, 626 
658 
18,839 
IS, 997 



3,657 
1,587 
840 
4,017 
1,598 

195, 415 



1,302 
3,448 
1,.513 
9,643 
6,268 
1,218 
2,678 



1890 



150,081 



3,401 
.2,335 
48, 866 



19,473 
16,552 



2,276 
1,001 



10,131 



4,006 

1,952 

994 

2,701 



670 
t,539 



17,747 



1,546 

2,235 

668 

15,700 



2,608 
1,453 
772 
3,715 
1,722 

147,180 



1,182 
2,600 
1,308 
7,382 



1,302 
2,500 



MINOR Cr.TL DIVISIONS. 



Hartford county— Continued. 
East Gi'anby town . 



East Hartford town.. 
East Windsor town _ 
Enfield town.. 



Farraington town... 
Glastonbury town— 
Granby town.. 



Hartford town, coextensive with Hartford city . 
Hartford city : 

Ward I 

Ward 2 '"_ I I"" 

Ward 3 



Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 

Ward 8 

Ward 9 

Ward 10 

Hartland town 

Manchester town _., 
Marlboro town. 



- 8,364 

- 9,771 

- 8,519 

- 7,302 

- 5,558 

- 6,433 

- 9, 200 

- 8,539 

- 7,677 

- 8,487 



New Britain town, including New Britain c^.y 
New Britain city _ 

Ward I :: 

Ward 2 _ Z 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 "• " 

Ward s 

Ward 6 Z Z 

Newingtou town ~Z Z~ 

Plainville town _ 

Rocky Hill town Z .""ZZZZ_~" "' 

Simsbury town.. 



3,518 
3,72s 
3,857 
4,267 
5,040 
5,591 



Southington town, including'soutliington bofouKh 

bouthlngton borough _ _ ~ 

South Windsor town 

Suffield town 

West Hartford town 
Wethersfield town . 

Windsor town 

Windsor Locks town. 



Litchfield county.. 



Barkhamsted town . 

Bethlehem town 

Bridgewater town . 

Canaan town 

Colebrook town . 

Cornwall town 

Goshen town , 



Harwinton town" 
Kent town.. 



Morris town ~ 

New Hartford town 
New Milford town Z 

Norfolk town "Z Z 

North Canaan tovvn 
Plymouth town 

Eoxbury town 

Salisbury town 



1900 



684 
6,406 
8,158 
6,699 
3,331 
4,260 
1,299 
79,850 



592 
10,601 

322 
28,202 
25,998 



1,041 
2,189 
1,026 
2,094 
5,890 
3,411 
2,014 
3,521 
3,186 
2,637 
8,614 
2,997 

63,672 



864 

576 

649 

820 

684 

1,175 

835 

1,213 

1,220 

3,214 

1,120 

535 

3,424 

4,804 

1,614 

1,803 

2,828 

1,087 

3,489 



1890 



661 
4,455 
2,890 
7,199 
3,179 
3,457 
1,251 
53,230 



505 
8,222 

582 
19,007 
16,519 



993 
1,993 
1,069 
1,874 
5,601 



1,736 
3,169 
1,930 
2,271 
2,954 
2,76« 

53,542 



1,138 

543 

617 

970 

1,098 

1,283 

972 

943 

1,383 

3,304 

1,058 

684 

8,160 

3,917 

1,546 

1,683 

2,147 

936 

3,420 



Tablts 4.— population OF CONNECTICUT BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Litchfield county— Continued. 

Sharon town 

Thotnaston town _ 



ToTrington town, including Torringtbn borough " 

Torrmgton borough _ _ 

Warren town ~ "' 

Washington town " ~""^ r~" 

Watertown town_ 



Winchester town, including "wrnstedborough" 

Winsted borough-' 

Woodhury town 



Middlesex county . 



Chatham town _ 

Chester town 

Clinton town 

Cromwell town- 
Durham town . 



East Baddam town_ 

Essex town 

Haddam town 

Killingworth town _, 
Middlefleld town . 



Middletown town, including Middletowu cityll_! 
Middletown city . 



Old Saybrook town, including Fenwick boroughl 

Fenwick borough 

Portland town IIIIIIIIII 

Saybrook town 

Westbrook town 



New Haven county - 



Ansonia town, coextensive with Ausonia city. 
Ansonia city : i 

Ward I __ 

Ward 2 IIIII.I 



Ward 3-. 
Ward 4_ 
Ward 5- 



Beacon Falls town- 
Bethany town - 



. 2,587 

3.S40 

, 2, 063 

2,495 
1,996 



Branford town, including Branf ord borough _ 

Branford borough 

Cheshire town _ 



Derby town, coextensive with Derby city- 
Derby city : 2 

Ward I 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

East Haven town. 



.939 



Guilford tpwn, including Guilford borough . 

Guilford borough 

Hamden town 

Madison town . 



Meriden town, including Meriden oity_. 

Meriden city 

Ward I 

Ward 2 



Ward 3_. 
Ward 4-. 
Ward 5- 



Middlebury town. 
Milford town . 



— 3,574 

— 5,962 

— 4,374 

— 4,605 

— 5,781 



Naugatuck town, coextensive with Naugatuck borough- 
Naugatuck borough : ^ 

Ward I 4,477 

Ward 2 2, 306 

Ward 3 .3, 758 

New Haven town, coextensive with New Haven city 

New Haven city 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 7-. 
Ward 8.. 
Ward 0-. 
Ward 10.. 
Ward IT-. 
Ward 12- 
Ward I3_. 
Ward 14. 



Ward 15 

North Branford town. 
North Haven town 



4,850 
8,134 
12, 637 
13, 75' 
4,768 
6,250 
9,504 
7,620 
11,427 
7,823 
5,520 
9,228 
2,695 
1,851 
1,969 



Orange town, including West Haven borough . 

West Haven borough 

Oxford town 

Prospect town 

Seymour town 

Southbury town_ 



Wallingford tovmrincludiiig Wallingford borough- 
Wallingford borough 



1900 



1,982 
3,300 
12,453 
8,360 
432 
1,820 
3,100 
7,763 
6,804 
1,9SS 

41,7«0 



2,271 

1, ;«,s 

1,429 

2,031 

884 

2, 485 

2. 630 

2, 015 
651 
845 

17,486 
9,589 
1,431 
23 
3,866 

1. 631 
884 

269, 163 



12,681 



623 
817 
5,706 
2,473 
1,989 
7,930 



1,167 
2,785 
1,512 
4, 626 
1, 518 
28,695 
24, 296 



736 

3,783 

10,541 



108,027 
108,027 



814 
2,164 
6,995 
5,247 
952 
562 
3,541 
1,238 
9,001 
6,737 



1890 



2,149 
3,278 
6, MS 
4,283 
477 
1,633 
2,323 
6,183 
4,846 
1,815 

39, 524 



1,949 
1,301 
1,384 
1,987 

866 
2,699 
2, 036 
2,096 

582 
1,002 
15,205 
9,013 
1,484 



4,687 

1,484 

874 

209, 058 



10,342 



505 

550 

4,460 



1,929 
5,969 



955 
2,780 



3,882 

1,429 

25,423 

21,652 



566 
3,811 
6,218 



86,045 
81,298 



825 
1,862 
4,537 

' 902 
445 
3,300 
1,089 
6,584 
4,230 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



New Haven county— Continued. 

Waterbury town, including Waterbury city-. 
Waterbury city . 



Ward I 9,408 

Ward 2 6,920 

Ward 3 9,399 

Ward 4 ro, 757 

Ward 5 9,375 

Wolcott town 

Woodbridge town 



New London county. 



Bozrah town.. 



Colchester town, including Colchester borough-. 

Colchester borough 

East Lyme town 

Franklin town 

Griswold town, including Jewett City borough.. 

Jewett City borough 

Groton town 

Lebanon town 

Ledyard town 

Lisbon town 

Lyme town-. 



Montville town 

New London towi),* coextensive with New London city. 
New London city : 

Ward I 3, 856 

Ward 2 ; 3, 894 

Ward 3 3, 870 

Ward 4 2, 947 

Ward 5 2,981 

North Stonington town 

Nonvich town, including Norwich city 

Norwich city 

Old Lyme town 

Preston town 

Salem town. 



Sprague town 

Stonington town, including Stonington borough- 

Stonington borough 

Voluntown town 

Waterford town* 



Tolland county- 



Andover town... 

Bolton town 

Columbia town.. 
Coventry town .. 
Ellington town .. 

Hebron town 

Mansfield town.. 
Somers town. 



Stafford town, including Stafford Springs' borough.. 

Stafford Springs borough 

Tolland town 

Union town 

Vernon town, including Eockville city 

Rockville city 

Ward I 

Ward 2. 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4 . 



Willington town.. 



970 
1, 165 
2,653 
2,499 



Windham county.. 



Ashford town- 



Brooklyn town 

Canterbury town 

Chaplin town 



Eastford town 

Hampton town 

Killingly town, including Danielson borough- 

Danielson borough ^ 

Plainfleld town 

Pomfret town-. 



Putnam town, including Putnam city . 

Putnam city 2 ; 

Ward I 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Scotland town 

Sterling town 

Thompson town — 



1,175 
. 1,256 
.2,844 

1,392 



Windham town, including Willimantio city . 

Willimantic city 2 

Ward I . 



Ward 2 3,010 

Ward 3 2, 738 

Ward 4 1,205 



Woodstock town . 



1900 



51,139 
45, 859 



5R1 
852 

82,758 



799 
1,991 

858 
1,836 

546 
3,490 
2,224 
5,962 
1,521 
1,236 

697 

750 
2,395 
17,548 



1,240 

24, 637 

17,251 

1,180 

2,807 

468 

1,339 

8,540 

2,278 

872 

2,904 



24,523 



385 

457 

655 

1,632 

1,829 

1,016 

1,827 

1,593 

4,297 

2,460 

1,036 

428 

8,483 

7,287 



885 



46,861 



767 

2,358 

876 

529 

523 

629 

6,835 

2,823 

4,821 

1,831 

7,348 

6,667 



471 

1,209 

6,442 

10, 137 

8,937 



2,095 



1 Included in Ansonia town and not separately returned m 1890. 

2 Incorporated as a city since 1890. 
s Not separately returned in 1890. 



4 Part of Waterford town annexed to New London town since 1890. 
fi Danielson borough (formerly Danielsonville, in Brooklyn and Killingly 
towns) now in Killingly town only. 



There are 39 incorporated cities and boroughs in Connecticut, for which the population in 1900 is separately 
returned, and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, in 
which they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5.-P0PULATI0N OF THE INCOEPORATED CITIES AND BOROUGHS OF OONNECTIGUT : 1890 AND 1900. 



CITIES AND BOEOUGHS. 



Ansonia city 

Bethel borough 

Branford borough.. 

Bridgeport city 

Bristol borough 

Colchester borough 

Danbury city 

Dauielson borough. 

Derby city 

Fenwicli borough.. 
Greenwich borough 

Guilford borough 

Hartford city 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



12,681 
2,561 
2,473 

70, 996 

6,268 

858 

16, 537 
2,823 
7,930 
23 
2,420 
1,512 

79,850 



2,335 



48, 866 



16,552 



53,230 



CITIES AND BOEOUGHS. 



Jewett City borough . 

Litchfield borough 

Meriden city 

Middletown city 

Naugatuck borough.. 

New Britain city 

New Canaan borough 

New Haven city 

New London city 

Newtown borough — 

Norwalk city 

Norwich city 

Putnam city 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



2,224 

1,120 
24,296 

9,589 
10,541 
25,998 

1,304 

108, 027 

17,648 

254 

6,125 
17,251 

6,667 



1,934 

1,058 

21,652 

9,013 



16,519 



81,298 
13, 757 



16,156 



CITIES AND BOEOUGHS. 



Eockville city 

Shelton borough 

Southington borough — 

South Norwalk city 

Stafford Springs borough. 

Stamford city 

Stonington borough 

Torrington borough 

Wallingford borough 

Waterbury city 

West Haven borough 

Willimantic city 

Winsted borough 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



7,287 
2,837 
3,411 
6,591 
2,460 

15, 997 
2,278 
8,360 
6,737 

45, 859 
5,247 
8,937 
6,804 



7,772 
1,952 



2,353 



4,283 

4,230 

28,646 



8,648 
4,846 



Of the above named 39 incorporated cities and boroughs there are only 6 that have less than 2,000 inhabitants 
in 1900. 

There are 5 cities that have a population in 1900 of more than 25,000, namely. New Haven, with 108,027; 
Hartford, with 79,850; Bridgeport, with 70,996; Waterbury, with 45,859, and New Britain, with 25,998 inhabitants. 
Table 6 shows the population of these 5 cities at each census from 1800 to 1900, inclusive, so far as the population is 
separately stated in the census reports at each decennial period. Table 7, which immediately follows, shows for each 
city the increase by number and per cent during each of the ten-year periods. 

Table 6.— POPULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OP CONNECTICUT : 1790 TO 1900. 



CITIES. 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1860 


1850 


1840 


1830 


1820 


1810 


1800 


1790 


Bridgeport city 


70, 996 
79,850 
25,998 
108,027 
45,859 


48,866 
53,230 
16,519 
81,298 
28,646 


27,643 
42,015 
11,800 
62,882 
17,806 


18,969 
37,180 
9,480 
50,840 
10,826 


13,299 
29,152 
5,212 
, 39,267 
10,004 


7,560 
17,966 

3,029 
20,345 

5,137 


3,294 
9,468 


2,800 
7,074 


1,500 
4,726 


1,089 
3,955 






Hartford city 


5,347 




New Britain city 




New Haven city _ 


12,960 
3,668 


10,180 
3,071 


7,147 
2,882 


5,772 
2,874 


4,049 
3,256 




Waterbury city .. . 









Table 7.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OP THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OP CONNECTICUT : 1800 TO 1900. 



Bridgeport city 

Hartford city 

New Britain city .. 

New Haven city 

Waterbury city 



Bridgeport city.. 

Hartford city 

New Britain city 
New Haven city. 
Waterbury city.. 



INOEEASE PROM 

1890 TO 1900. 



Number. Per cent. 



22,130 
26, 620 
9,479 
26, 729 
17,213 



45.2 
50.0 
57.3 
32.8 
60.0 



INCREASE S-KOM 

1840 TO 1850. 



Number. Per cent. 



4,266 



7, 385 
1,469 



129.5 
89.7 



56.9 
40.0 



INCREASE FROM 

1880 TO 1890. 



Number. Per cent. 



21,223 
11,215 
4,719 
18,416 
10,840 



76.7 
26.6 



29.2 
60.8 



INOEEASE FEOM 

18S0 TO 1840. 



Number. Per cent. 



494 
2,394 



2,780 
597 



17.6 
33.8 



27.3 
19.4 



INOEEASE FEOM 

1870 TO 1880. 



Number. Per cent, 



8,674 
4,835 
2,320 
12, 042 
6,980 



45.7 
13.0 
24.4 
23.6 
64.4 



INCEEASE FEOM 

1820 TO 1880. 



Number. 



1,300 
2,348 



3,033 
189 



Per cent. 



86.6 
49.6 



42.4 
6.5 



INOEEASE FEOM . 

1860 TO 1870. 



Number. Per cent. 



5,670 
8,028 
4,268 
11,573 
822 



42.6 
27.5 
81.8 
29.4 
8.2 



INCREASE FEOM 

1810 TO 1820. 



Number. Per cent. 



411 
771 



1,375 



37.7 
19.4 



23.8 
0.2 



> Decrease. 



INCREASE FEOH 

1860 TO 1S60. 



Number. Per cent, 



5,739 
11,186 

2,183 
18,922 

4,867 



75.9 
62.2 
72.0 
93.0 
94.7 



INCEEASE FEOM 

1800 TO 1810. 



Number. Per cent, 



n,392 



1.723 
1382 



126.0 



42.5 
111.7 



All of the above named cities show a satisfactory increase during the last 10 years, the largest percentage being 
60.0 for Waterbury, and the smallest 32.8 for New Haven. Waterbury has practically maintained the rate of increase 
reached during the preceding decade, while New Haven shows a larger percentage of increase as compared with that 
for the decade immediately preceding. The rate of increase for Hartford from 1890 to 1900 is 50.0 per cent as com- 
pared with 26.6 per cent from 1880 to 1890, while New Britain shows an increase of 57.3 per cent during the last 
10 years as compared with an increase of 39.9 per cent for the preceding ten-year period. Bridgeport shows an 
increase of 45.2 per cent from 1890 to 1900, which is considerably smaller than the rate of increase from 1880 to 1890, 
when it was 16.1 per cent. 

Director of the Census. 




Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 10. 



^VASHINGTON, D. C. 



October 24, 1900. 



POPULATION OF CALIFORNIA BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives 
the aggregate population of California by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the 
returns of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

California was admitted as a state September 9, 1850. Table 1 shows the population of California at each census 
from 1850 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each decade. 

Tablb 1.— population OF CALIFORNIA; 1850 TO 1900. 



OENSUS YEAKS. 


Population. 


INCREASE. 


Numter. 


Per cent 


1900 

1890 - - 


1,485,053 

1,208,130 

864,694 

560,247 

379,994 

92,597 


276,923 
343,436 
304,447 
180,253 
287,397 


22.9 
39.7 
54.3 
47.4 
310.3 






I860 











The population of the state in 1900 is 1,485,053 as against 1,208,130 in 1890, representing an increase since 1890 
of 276 923 or 22.9 per cent. A small portion of this increase is due to the fact that there were 5,107 Indians and 161 
other persons, or a total of 5,268 persons, on Indian reservations, etc., in California, who were specially enumerated 
in 1890 under the provisions of the census act, but were not included in the general population of the state at that 
census. The population of the state in 1850 was 92,597, and during the ten years from 1850 to 1860 it increased 
287 397, or 310.3 per cent, showing a total population in 1860 of 379,994. During the decade from 1860 to 1870 the 
increase' was only 18(3,253, or 47.4 per cent, but for each of the three succeeding decades the numerical increase has 
been much greater, though the percentage of increase for the last two decades has declined. 

The population of California in 1900 is more than sixteen times as large as that given for 1850, the first census in 
which the population of the state appears. 

The total land surface of California is, approximately, 155,980 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows: 1890, 7.7; 1900, 9.5. 

Table 2 shows the population of California by counties at each census from 1850 to 1900, inclusive, while table 
3, which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase (or decrease) by number and per cent during the 
ten years from 1890 to 1900. 

(CP15M) 



Table 3.— POPULATION OF CALIFORNIA BY COUNTIES : 1850 TO 1900. 



The State, 



Alameda _. 

Alpine 

Amador __. 

Butte 

Calaveras.. 



Colusa 1 

Contra Costa - _ 
Del Norte 3 — . 

Eldorado 

Fresno* 



Glenn 1 

Humboldt 5. 

Inyo 

Kern 

Kings » 



Klamath' 

Lake 

Lassen 

Los Angeles '- 
Madera* 



Marin 

Mariposa _— 
Mendocino _ 

Merced 

Modoc 



Mono 

Monterey- 

Napa 

Nevada 

Orange'—. 



Placer 

Plumas 

Riverside' 

Sacramento . 
San Benito — 



San Bernardino'. 

San Diego' 

San Francisco 'i— 

San Joaquin 

San Luis Obispo-. 



San Mateo 

Santa Barbara.. 

Santa Clara^ 

Santa Cruz 

Shasta 



Sierra 

Siskiyou »__ 

Solano 

Sonoma ___ 
Stanislaus _ 



Sutter — 
Tehama . 
Trinity — 
Tulare 8— 



Tuolumne - 
Ventura — 

Yolo 

Yuba 



1900 



1,485,053 



130, 197 

509 

11, 116 

17,117 

11,200 

7,36i 

18,046 

2,408 

8,986 

37, 862 

5,150 
27, 104 

4,377 
16, 480 

9,871 



1890 



1, 208, 130 



6,017 

4,511 

170, 298 

6,364 

15,702 
4,720 

20,465 
9,215 
5,076 

2,167 
19,380 
16,451 
17, 789 
19, 696 

15, 786 

4,657 

17, 897 

45, 915 

6,633 

27,929 
35,090 
342, 782 
35,452 
16, 637 

■ 12,094 
18,934 
60, 216 
21, 512 
17,318 

4,017 
16, 962 
24,143 
38,480 

9,550 

5,886 
10,996 

4,383 
18,375 

11, 166 
14,367 
13, 618 
8,620 



93,864 

667 

10, 320 

17, 939 



14, 640 

13, 615 

2,592 

9,232 

32,026 



1880 



864, 694 



23,469 
3,544 



7,101 

4,239 

101,454 



13,072 
3,787 

17, 612 
8,085 
4,986 

2,002 
18, 637 
16,411 
17, 369 
13,589 

15, 101 
4,933 



40, 339 
6,412 

25,497 
34,987 
298, 997 
28, 629 
16, 072 

10,087 
15,764 
48, 005 
19, 270 
12, 133 

5,051 
12, 163 
20, 946 
32, 721 
10, 040 

6,469 

9,916 

3,719 

24,674 

6,082 
10, 071 
12,684 

9,636 



62, 976 
539 
11,384 
18, 721 
9,094 

13, 118 
12,625 

2,584 
10,683 

9,478 



15, 512 
2,928 
5,601 



1870 



560,247 



24,237 
685 

9,582 
11,403 

8,895 

6,165 
8,461 
2,022 
10,309 
6,336 



1860 



379,994 



8,927 



6,596 

3,340 

33, 381 



11,324 
4,339 

12, 800 
5,656 
4,399 

7,499 
11,302 
13,235 
20,823 



14,232 
6,180 



34,390 
5,584 

7,786 

8,618 

233,959 

24,349 

9,142 

8,669 

9,513 

35, 039 

12, 802 

9,492 

6,623 
8,6l0 
18, 475 
25, 926 
8,751 

5,159 

9,301 

4,999 

11,281 

7,848 
5,073 
11,772 
11,284 



6,140 
1,956 
2,925 



1,686 

2,969 

1,327 

15,309 



6,903 
4,572 
7,545 
2,807 



430 

9,876 

7,163 

19, 134 



11,357 
4,489 



26,830 



4,951 

■149,473 

21, 050 

4,772 

6,635 
7,784 
26, 246 
8,743 
4,173 

5,619 
6,848 
16, 871 
19, 819 
6,499 

5,030 
3,587 
3,213 
4,533 

8,150 



9,899 
10,851 



10,930 
12, 106 
16, 299 

2,274 
5,328 
1,993 
20, 562 
4,605 



2,694 



11,333 



3,334 
6,243 
3,967 
1,141 



4,739 

5,521 

16, 446 



13,270 
4,363 



24,142 



5,551 
4,324 
56,802 
9,435 
1,782 

3,214 
3,543 
11,912 
4,944 
4,360 

11, 387 
7,629 
7,169 

11, 867 
2,245 

3,390 
4,044 
5,125 
4,638 

16,229 



4,716 
13, 668 



1 Glenn organized from part of Colusa in 1892. 

2 The returns for 1850 for Contra Costa and Santa Clara were lost, and those 
for San Francisco were destroyed by fire. 

s Part given to Siskiyou between 1880 and 1890. 
* Madera organized from part of Fresno in 1893. 
5 Klamath given to Humboldt and Siskiyou in 1874. 



1850 



92,597 



3,574 
16,884 



115 



20,057 



3,530 



323 

4,379 
55 



1,872 
405 



9,087 



798 
'i;'647' 



1, 186 

643" 
378 



660 
3,444 



1,635 



8,351 



1,086 
9,673 



Kings organized from part of Tulare in 1893. 
' g™"g<r organized from part of Los Angeles in 1889. 

8 Riverside organized from parts of San Bernardino and San Diego in 1893. 
1880 and 1890 ™ annexed in 1874 and part of Del Norte annexed between 



Table 3.-INCREASE IN POPULATION OF CALIFORNIA BY COUNTIES : 1890 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


INOEEASE. 


COUNTIES. 


INOEEASE. 


Numter. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


The state 


276,923 


22.9 




6,107 

685 

1276 

17,897 

5,576 

221 

2,432 

103 

43,785 

6,823 

565 

2,007 

3,180 

12,211 

2,242 

5,185 

11,034 

4,799 

3,197 

5,759 

1490 

417 

1,080 

664 

16,199 

5,084 

4,296 

934 

11,016 


44.9 

4.5 

15.5 


Alameda 


•Placer 


36.333 

1158 

796 

1822 

2,318 

17,276 

4,531 

1184 

1246 

5,836 

5,150 

3,635 

883 

6,672 

9,871 

11,084 

272 

68,844 

6,364 

2,630 

933 

2,863 

1,130 

90 

165 

743 

40 

420 


38.7 

123.6 

7.7 

14.5 

26.0 

149.6 

33.5 

17.0 

12.6 

18.2 


Plumas 


Alpine 




Amador __ 


Sacramento — ^ 


13.8 

3.4 

9.5 

0.2 

14.6 

23.8 

3.5 

19.8 

20.1 

25.4 

11.6 

42.7 

120.4 

39.4 

15.2 

17.6 

14.8 

7.6 

10.8 

17.8 

125.2 

83.5 

42.6 

7.3 

110.5 


Butte 


San Benito _ 


Calaveras 


San Bernardino _ _. 


Colusa 


San Diego 


Contra Costa 


San Francisco 


• Del Norte 


gan Joaquin.- __ _ 


Eldorado ^_ 

Fresno 


San Luis Obispo .__ - 


San Mateo 


Glenn ^ 


Santa Barbara 

Saiila Clara _. 




15.4 
23.5 
68.0 


Inyo_- 


Santa Cruz 


Kern, 


Shasta 


Kings 


Sierra 

Siskiyou ._ 


Lake- 


115.2 

6.4 

67.8 




Solano „ 


Los Angeles 


Sonoma __. 


Madera -^ 


Stanislaus . 


Marin 


20.1 
24.6 
16.1 
13.9 
1.8 
8.2 
3.9 
0.2 
2.4 


Sutter - _ 




Tehama 


Mendocino 


Trinity 




Tulare— 


Modoc 


Tuolumne 




Ventura 




Yolo 


Napa 


Yuba 









1 Decrease. 

The following territorial changes in the counties of California have been made since 1890: Glenn was organized 
from a part of Colusa in 1892 ; Kings was organized from a part of Tulare in 1893 ; Madera was organized from a 
part of Fresno in 1893 ; and Riverside was organized from parts of San Bernardino and San Diego in 1893. 

Of the 57 counties in the state all but 11 have increased in population during the decade, the counties showing 
more than 50 per cent of increase being Tuolumne, 83.5 per cent; Kern, 68.0 per cent; and Los Angeles, 07.8 per 
cent. Los Angeles county shows the largest numerical increase (68,844), but more than three-fourths of this increase 
is due to the increase in the population of the city of Los Angeles. 

The 11 counties showing a decrease in population are Alpine, Butte, Colusa, Del Norte, Eldorado, Lake, Plumas, 
Sierra, Stanislaus, Tulare, and Yuba. 

Table 4 shows the population of California by minor civil divisions, so far as it was separately returned at the 
censuses of 1890 and 1900. 

Table 4.— POPULATION OF, CALIFORNIA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Alameda county 



Alameda township, coextensive with Alameda city 

Brooklyn township, exclusive of part of Oakland city — 
Eden township, including Hayward and San Leandro 
towns. 
Hayward town. 



San Leandro town . 

Murray township, including Livermore and Pleasanton 
towns. 

Livermore town. 



Pleasanton town 

Oakland city, in Brooklyn and Oakland townships 

Ward 1 7, 265 

Ward 2 . 9. 722 

Ward 3 9,060 

Ward 4 9. 969 

Ward 5 7,866 

Ward 6 11' ??i 

Ward 7 11,417 

Oakland township, including Berkeley and Emeryville 
towns, but exclusive of part of Oakland city. 

Berkeley town , 

Emeryville town 

Washington townslilp 



Alpine gounty- 



Township 1-, 
Township 2., 
Township 3-. 
Township 4.. 
Township 5- 



1900 



130, 197 



16,464 
8,168 
9,330 

1,9^5 
2,253 
7,172 

1,493 
I, loo 

65, 960 



15, 189 

13,214 
i,or6 
6,914 



509 



52 
82 
295 
17 
63 



1890 



93,864 



11, 165 
3,108' 



1,419 



5,937 

1,391 
'48'682 



12, 040 

5, 101 

228 

5,596 



667 



28 

17 

80 

438 

104 



1 Humboldt township organized from part of Kimshew township since 1890. 
' Formerly township 5. 



MINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Amadoe county 

Township 1 

Township 2 

Township 3 

Township 4 

Township 5 

BCTTE COUNTY 

Bidwell township 

Cliico township, including Chico city. 

Chico city 

Concow township 

Dayton township 

Gridley township 

Hamilton township 

Honcut township . 

Humboldt township 1! 

Kimshew township 1 

Mountain Spring township 

Nelson township 

Ophir township 

Oregon township 

Oro townsliip 

Wyandotte township 

Calaveeas county 

Township 1. Jenny Lind^ 

Township 2. San Andreas" 

' Formerly township 1. 



1900 



11,116 



3,550 


2,622 


1,772 


1,822 


1,694 


1,535 


2,647 


2,335 


1,453 


2,006 


17,117 


17,939 


384 


630 


4,789 


5,598 


2,640 


2,894 


377 


459 


469 


810 


1,224 


1,323 


2,070 


1,819 


663 


852 


373 




1,242 


1,482 


261 


426 


260 


232 


2,804 


2,210 


841 


1,010 


554 


284 


856 


804 


11,200 


8,882 


1,725 


1,758 


1,683 


1,640 



1890 



10,320 



Table 4.-P0PULATI0N OP CALIFORNIA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900-Continued. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Calateeas county— Continued. 



TownsMpS. Mokelumnei.. 

Township 4. Miu-phy 2 

Township 5. Angel " 



Colusa county * . 



ArbucJile township.. 



Colusa toivnship, including Colusa town. 

Colusa town 

Grand Island township 

LSesville township 

Maxwell township 

Stony !For(^ township 

Williams township 



CONTBA COSTA COUNTY 6_. 



Supervisor's district 1, including Martinez town., 

Martinez town 

Supervisor's district 2 

Supervisor's district 3 

Supervisor's district 4-. 



Supervisor's district 5, including Antioch town_. 
Antioch town 



Del Noete county- 



Crescent township, including Crescent City- 
Crescent City 

Klamath township 

Smith River township 



Eldoeado county.. 



Coloma township 

Cosumnes township 

Diamond Springs township.. 

Georgetown township 

Greenwood township 

Kelsey tovmship 

Lake Valley township 

Mountain township 

Mud Springs township.. 



Placerville township, including Placerville city.. 

Placerville city 

Salmon Falls township 

White Oak township 



Feesno county 8. 



Township 1.. 
Township 2' 



Township 3, including Fresno city.. 
Fresno city.. 



Ward I 2,625 

Ward 2 3, 184 

Ward 3 1,248 

Ward 4 I, 771 

Ward 5 3,642 

Township 4. 



Township 5, including Selma town.. 

Selraa town 

Township 6 

Township 7 

Township 8 

Township 9' 

Township 10' 

Townsliip 11 » 



Glenn county i".. 



Township 1_ 
Township 2_. 
Township 3.. 



Towiiship 4, including Willows town.. 
Willows town.. 



Ward I .-. 355 

Ward 2... 4g8 

Township 5 

Township 6 

Township 7 



1900 



1,971 
1,563 
4,268 



7,364 



1,459 

2,721 

1,441 

583 

341 

1,007 

335 

918 



18,046 



8,424 
1,380 
2,727 
1,805 
1,578 
3,512 
674 



2,408 



1,137 
699 
358 
913 



447 

585 

1,096 

915 

459 

278 

246 

263 

1,212 

2,645 

1,748 

436 

405 



37,862 



1,453 
2,936 
17,239 
12, 470 



3,236 
2,863 
1,083 

811 
3,076 
2,379 
1,300 
2,132 

437 



5,150 



610 
839 
578 
1,622 
893 

555 
279 
667 



1890 



2,002 
1, 532 
1,959 



14,640 



1,336 



13,515 



1,600 



63s 



2,592 



1,620 
907 
263 
709 



1,232 



537 

565 

832 

1,025 

4U 

376 

268 

446 

1,220 

2,593 

1,690 

361 

598 



4,568 
8 2,930 
13, 649 
10,818 



2,604 
2,573 
1,150 
834 
1,351 
2,252 
1,265 



1, 176 



MINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1 Formerly township 2. 

2 Formerly township 3. 

3 Formerly township 4. 

* Part taken to form Glenn county in 1892. Comparison with population for 
1890 can not he made ; information as to changes in minor civil divisions in- 
complete. 

' Not returned hy supervisors' districts in 1890. 

6 Part taken to form Madera county in 1893. 

' Township 10 organized from part of township 2 since 1890. 

8 Includes part of Fresno city (population ia6 in 1890) erroneously returned 
in township 2 in 1890. 



Humboldt county . 



Bucksport township 

Eureka township, including Eureka city.. 

Eureka city 

Ward I 

Ward 2-. 



1,223 
1,538 

Ward 3 1,547 

Ward 4 1,585 

Ward 5 1,434 

Hydesville township 

Klamath township 

Mad River township 

Mattole township 

Orleans township. 



Paciflc township, including Femdale town 
Femdale town 



Rohnerville township.. 
South Fork township — 
Table Bluff township — 
Trinidad township — 



Union township, including Areata town. 

Areata town 

Van Duzen township.. 



Hoopa Valley Indian reservation. 



Inyo county.. 



Townsliip 112.. 
Township 218.. 
Township 3".. 
Township 4 16.. 



Keen county w.. 



Township 1.. 
Township 2.. 



Township 3, including Kern city.. 

Kern city 

Township 4.. 
Tovraship 5.. 



Township 6, including Bakersfleld city. 

Bakersiield city 

Ward I., 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3. 
Ward 4. 



893 

7SS 

1,360 

958 

Ward 5 870 

Township 7 

Township 8 

Township 9 , 

Township 10 

Township 11 

Township 12 



Kings county" 



Lemoore township 

Lucerne township, including Hanford city 

Hanford city 

West End township 



Lake county.. 



Township 1 . 
Township 2 . 
Township 3 . 



Township 4, Including Lakeport townj 
Lakeport town. 



Township 5, Including Kelsey ville townl 
Kelseyviile town 



Lassen county. 



Township 1 _ 
Township 2 . 
Township 3 . 
Township 4 . 
Township 5 . 



Los Angeles county.. 



Antelope township is. 



1900 



27, 104 



1,019 
8,504 
7,327 



1,825 
367 

1,425 
675 
3.55 

3,446 
846 

2,107 
923 
926 
878 

2,955 
952 
587 

1,112 



4,377 



1,916 

1,163 

820 

478 



16,480 



1,313 
1,187 
2,318 
1,291 
594 
1,040 
5,995 
4,836 



102 
269 
599 
488 
1,023 
1,557 

9,871 



1,772 

7,947 

2,929 

152 



6,017 



1,156 
1,075 
1,354 
1,368 

726 
1,074 

994 

4,611 



1,089 
602 

1,205 
926 
689 



170, 298 



415 



10 Ot^w^ frn°^^?if "i &°,™ P''^* °' township 9 since 1890. 
J" Organized from part of Colusa county in 1892. 

12 S,^™„^t ""f ^ township 2 (population 895 In 1890). 
12 Former township 2 annexed since 1890. ' 

18 Formerly township 3. 
" Formerly township 4. 
" Formerly township 5. 

« teS^'^^ ?°™ P'^''' °^ Tulare county in 1893. 
Organized from parts of Fairmount and Soledad townships since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OP CALIFORNIA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Los Angeles county— Continued. 

Azusa township, including Azusa city. 

Azusa city 

Ballona townsWj) i II 

Burbajik township 2 

Cahuenga township 1 

Calaha^as township 

Catalina township » 

Compton township 

Downey township 



El Monte township, including Monrovia city I 

Monrovia city 

Fairmount township * 11111111111 

Lone Beach township, including Long Beach city. 
Long Beach city _ 



Los Angeles township.^ coextensive with Los Angeles city! 
Los Angeles city: » 

Ward I 8,341 



Ward 2. 



^2,134 

Ward 3 12,063 

Ward 4 16, 785 

Ward s 10, 747 

Ward 6 14,044 

Ward 7 13,532 

Ward 8 8,594 

Ward 9 6, 239 

Los Nietos township, including Whittier city 

Wliittier city. 



Pasadena township, including Pasadena city 

Pasadena city 

iledondo township,' including Eedondo Beach city. 

Redondo Beach city 

Rowland township 

San Antonio township 1 

San Fernando township 

San Gabriel township,. 



San Jose township, including Pomona city. 

Pomona city 

Ward I. 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3, 



1,154 

977 

1. 306 

Ward 4 956 

Ward 5 1, 133 

Santa Monica township, including Santa Monica city — 

Santa Monica city 

Ward I 1, 293 

Ward 2 794 

Ward 3 , 971 

Soledad township * . 



South Pasadena township, coextensive with South Pasa- 
dena city. 

Wilmington townsMp,^ including San Pedro city 

San Pedro city 



Madeea county 8_, 



Township 1.. 
Township 2-. 
Township 3- 
Township 4_. 
Township 5-. 



Maein county 



Boluias township 

Nicasio township 

Novato township 

Point Reyes township 

San Antonio township 

San Bafael township, including San Rafael city 

San Rafael city ■- — 

Sausalito township, including Belvedere and Sausalito 
towns. 

Belvedere town 

Sausalito town 

Tomales township 



Mariposa county.. 



Township 1, includin; 
Hornitos town. 

Township 2 

Township 3 

Township 4 

Township 5 



g Hornitos town. 



MENPOCINO COUNTY 



1900 



2,561 


1,851 


3,08^ 




4,492 


3,0-18 


2,9% 


1,586 


1,725 


488 


440 


487 




1,683 


2,013 


4,458 


3,538 


3,016 


2,557 


1,205 


?2? 


427 


3, '28.5 


1,051 


2, 252 


564 


2,479 


50,395 



3,339 

1,59° 

12,772 

9.i"7 
942 

855 
2,051 
2,169 
1,326 
2,501 
7,696 
5,526 



5,521 
3,°57 



1,001 

2,983 
1,787 

6,364 



578 

777 

2,175 

1,790 

1,044 

16,702 



310 

.500 

834 

816 

339 

8,008 

3,879 

3,720 



1,434 
1,628 
1,145 

4,720 



1,604 

196 

213 

794 

1,009 

1,100 

20,465 



1890 



1,926 

585 

7,222 

4,882 

668 

603 

736 

3,269 

1,110 

1,713 

5,010 

3,634 



2,327 
1,580 



2,711 
623 



2,360 
1,240 



13, 072 



366 

538 

554 

770 

337 

7,008 

3, 290 

2,403 



1,334 
1, 096 



3,787 



676 
276 
939 
683 
697 
892 



117,612 



Anderson township 

\ IS^t^f LOS Ang^e^SlriU*? Parf^ven to Los Angeles city since 1890. 
a CaSnatS^nshif organized frSm W oi Wilmington township since 1890. 
4 Part taken to form Antelope township since 1890. 
\ ?XorB^a?fotS^ll^h'ait,rhue^|araiTsan Antonio townships annexed 

since 1890. 

7 Formerly Chataqua. ^ . ,„.„ 

8 Organized from part of Fresno county in 1893. 

8 Sanel and Ukiah townships (aggregate population 8,158 in 1S30) not sepa 
rately returned in 1890. 



MINOR CIVI}, DIVISIONS. 



Mendocino county— Continued. 



Arena township 

Big River township.. 

Calpella township 

Cufiey Cove township. 



Little Lake township, including Willits town 

Willits town 

Long Valley township 

Potter Valley township. Including Potter Valley town.. 

Potter Valley town 

Round Valley township 

Sanel township.. 



Tenmile River township, including Fort Bragg city.. 

Fort Bragg city 

Ukiah township, including Ukiah city 

Ukiah city... 



Westport township 

Round Valley Indian reservation. 



Meboed county.. 



Township 1 »» 

Township 2,n including Merced city. 

Merced city 

Township 3 

Township 4 " 

Township 5 10 



MoDoo county.. 



Adin township 13 

Alturas township 

Bidwell township " 

Cedarville township i'.. 

Dewey township i' 

Goose Lake township 

Hot Spring township 

Lake City township 1* 

Lookout township 13 

Tule Lake township 



Mono county.. 



Antelope township 

Benton township 

Bodle township 

Bridgeport township.. 
Homer township 



Monterey county.. 



Alisal township, including Salinas city. 

Salinas city 

Ward I.. 
Ward 2.. 



977 
1,134 

Ward 3 1, 193 

Shi 



Bradley township 
Castroville township. 

Cholame township 

Gonzales township 

King City township i^. 



Monterey township,^' Including Monterey city.. 
Monterey city — 



Pacific Grove township," including Pacific Grove city.. 

Pacific Grove city 

Pajaro township 

Peachtree township 

San Antonio township 

Soledad township i" 



Napa county.. 



Hot Springs township, including Calistoga and St. Helena 
towns. 

Calistoga town 

St. Helena town 

Knox township ; 

Napa township, including Napa city 

Napa city. 



1900 



Ward I 62s 

Ward 2 867 

Ward 3 991 

Ward 4 512 

Ward 5 1,041 



1,853 

2,347 
695 

1,100 
952 
791 
§33 
752 
513 
933 
957 

3,134 

1,59° 

3,767 

1,850 

. 1, 474 



9,215 



842 

3,705 

1,969 

3,233 

658 

779 



5,076 



314 
1,269 
607 
745 
337 
630 
436 
434 
364 
50 



2,167 



324 
198 
966 
373 
307 



19,380 



5,121 
3.304 



751 

2,051 

659 

1,115 

701 

3,420 

1,748 

1,439 

1,411 

1,742 

610 

938 

833 



16,451 



4,098 

■690 
1,582 

839 
8,532 
4,036 



2,982 



Yount township 

10 Township 5 organized from part of township 1 since 1890. 
n Township 4 organized from part of township 2 since 1890. 
12 Goose Lake and Tule Lake townships (population 725 in 1890) not sepa- 
rately returned in 1890. • 

" Lookout township organized from part of Adin township since 1 j90. 
w Bidwell township organized from part of Lake City township since 1890. 
15 Dewey township organized from part of Cedarville township since 1890. 
M King City township organized from part of Soledad township since 1890. 
" Pacific Grove township organized from part of Monterey township since 



Table 4.-P0PULATI0N OF CALIFORNIA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND i900-Oontinued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Nevada oonNTY_. 



Bloomfleld township 

Bridgeport township 

Eureka township 

Grass Valley township, including Grass Valley city.. 

Gras$ Valley city 

Little York township 

Meadow Lake township. 



Nevada township, including Nevada City town- 
Nevada City town 

Rough and Keady township 

Washington township 



ObANGE COUNTY- 



Anaheim township,8 including Anaheim tOAvn 

Anaheim town 

Buena Park township » 

Fullerton township 3 

Los Alamitoa township * 

Orange township, including Orange city 

Orange city 

San Juan township 

Santa Alia township, ^ including Santa Ana city 

Santa Ana city 

Ward I 1,022 

Ward 2 1,070 

Ward 3 ■ 1,086 

Ward 4 795 

Ward 5 960 

Westminster township* 

Yorba township » 



Plaoee county., 



T6wnship 1 

Township 2 

Township 3, including Auburn city. 

Auburn city 

Township 4 ^ 

" ■ 5 

6 

7 



Township 

Township 

Township 

Township 

Township 9,' Includi ;ig Rocklin city_, 
Rocklincity 

Township lO,' including Lincoln city- 
Lincoln city 

Township 11 

Township 12 » 

Township 13 " 

Township 14 ' 



Plumas county. 



Beckwith township- 
Goodwin township.- 

Indian t6wnship 

Mineral township — 

Plumas township 

Quartz township 

Seneca township 



RiVEESIDE COUNTY »-, 



Beaumont township 

Bergman township 

Elstnore township, including Elsinore city 

Elsinore city 

Gorgonio township 

Hemet township 

Indio township 

Moreno township 

Murrieta township 

Ferris township 

Riverside township, including Riverside city 

Riverside city 

San Jacinto township, including San Jacinto city- 
San Jacinto city 

Temescal township, including Corona city 

Corona city 

Union township 

Winchester township 

Mission Indian reservation 



SaCEAMENTO COUNTY- 



Alabama township... 
American township.. 



1900 



17, 789 



730 

84K 

375 

7,043 

4,719 
344 
2,069 
4,888 
3i=So 
1,076 
426 



19, 696 



2,261 
1.456 

99.5 
1,697 

263 
3,293 
1,216 

906 
6,680 
4,933 



3,300 
312 

15,786 



1,499 

1,301 

3,249 

2,050 

1,092 

877. 

690 

841 

223 

1,845 

1,050 

1,469 

1,061 

622 

304 

891 



4,667 



796 
398 
1,260 
411 
748 
553 
491 



17, 897 



346 

170 

615 

279 

356 

904 

257 

644 

764 

1,331 

8,163 

7,973 

854 

583 

1,949 

1.434 

925 

385 

203 



45, 915 



412 

1C2 



1890 



I17,i 



1,097 

1,053 

440 

6,798 



4,013 
2,524 
1,131 
0) 



2 13, 689 



2,917 
I, =73 



2,721 

866 

801 

4,220 

3.628 



1,854 



15,101 



1,077 
1,036 
2,968 
1,595 
2,426 
1,088 



121 
2,485 
1,056 
1,801 



467 



4,933 



674 
458 
1,268 
496 
818 
935 



4.683 



40,339 



414 
648 



1 Little York and Washington townships (jjopulation 1,123 in 1890) not sepa^ 
rately returned in 1890. 

2 Includes Tustin township (population 1,076 in 1890). 

s Buena Park, Fullerton, and Yorba townships organized from parts of Ana- 
heim township since 1890. 

* Los Ala.mitos township organized from part of Westminster township since 
1890. 

s Tustin township annexed since 1890. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Sackamento county— Continued. 



Brighton township.. 

Center township 

Cosumnes township. 
Dry Creek township. 
Franklin towlisliip .. 
Georgiana township. 

Granite township 

Lee township 

Mississippi township. 

Natoma township 

Sacramento city. 



Ward 1 .. 2,109 

Ward 2 2,840 

Ward 3 2,892 

Ward 4 2, 855 

Ward 5 J, 064 

Ward 6 3,527 

Ward 7 4, 238 

Ward 8 3, 552 

Ward 9 3,205 

San Joaquin township 

Sutter township 



San Benito county 



Hollister township, including Hollister town. 

Hollister town 

Panoche townshipi".. 
San Benito township.. 



San Juan township, including San Juan town. 

San Juan town 

Tres Pinos township i" 



San Beenaedino county".. 



Belleville township 

Chino township 

Coltou townsliip, including Colton city.. 

Colton city 

Cucamonga township 

Dale township 

Hesperia township 

Highlands township 

Needles township.. 



Ontario township, including Ontario city 

Ontario city 

Redlands township, including Redlands city 

Redlands city 

Ward I 1,290 

Ward 2 . 1, 159 

Ward 3 564 

Ward 4 I, 784 

Rialto township . 



San Bernardino township, including San Bernardino city. 
San Bernardino city. 

Ward I 

Ward 2. 



918 
i,S4i 



Ward 3 938 

Ward 4 1,092 

Ward 5 1,661 



Vanderbilt township 
Victor township 



San Diego county". 

Agua Caliente township 

Alpine township 

Ballena township . 

Bear Valley township.. 



Bernardo township, including Escondido city., 

Escondido city 

Campo township ZZ~ I I 

Capitan Grande township ZIIIII . 

Coronado township, including Coronado"oity~ 

Coronado city 

Delmar township I "~_ " " 

Deluz township _"" 

El Cajon township " 

Encinitas township " "" 

Fallbrook township " ~""" " 

Gnatay township I ~ _ '_"" 

Jamul township "" 

Julian township.. 



Linda Vista township... 
Mesa Grande township. 
Mission township... 
Moreland township. 



Mount Fairview township I"~I" '" 

National township, including Nationarcitv' 
National Citv ~ 



1900 



1,402 

421 

358 

750 

1,980 

2,607 

1,940 

494 

623 

200 

29,282 



1,289 
3,995 



6,633 



3,118 

1,31s 

491 

848 

1,308 

449 



27,929 



972 
1,607 
1,961 
i,3°9 
1,193 
63 

170 
1,996 
1,143 
2,649 

722 
5,663 
4,797 



8,658 
6,150 



329 
645 

35,090 



267 
409 
209 
472 
2,428 
755 
367 
579 
945 
935 
238 
70 
563 
536 
666 
278 
188 
789 
138 
329 
536 
129 
186 
1,770 
1,086 



? TowmhS 14 ^rSS^^''5 ^1°"^ P'^"'' °f township 4 since 1890. 
8 TowmhS I9 SS'^*"? I^""" P'^''* °f township 9 since 1890. 
» iownbhip 12 organized from part of township 10 siiice 1S90 

• pX,X town*'?n'X°n', Sa° B^^iardiifo Ind^San Kego'counties in 1893. 

" Part taken to^nrm^pfff "■5,^'' '™™ P'?''' °' ^res Pinos township since 1890. 
for 1890 cannot be Cd^p^tSl^,^",^^ "V^^^ Comparisons with population 
incomplete ' "^*°™ation as to changes In minor civil divisions 



^ABLE 4.— POPULATION OF CALIFORNIA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



San Diego county— Continued. 



Oak Grove township 

Otay township 

Pala township 

Plcacho township 

Po way township 

Keclus township 

San Diego township, coextensive with San Diego city 

San Diego city : 

Ward I 2, 121 

Ward 2 2 331 

Ward 3 2[o68 

Ward 4 2,030 

Ward 5 1,497 

Ward 6 2,636 

Ward 7 1,566 

Ward 8 2,333 

Ward 9 1,098 

San Luis Rey township, including Oceanside city 

Oceanside city 

Santa MaJ-ia townsliip 

Senator No. 1 township 

Smith Mountain township 

Spring Valley township 

Yuma township 

Yuma Indian reservation 



San Feanoisoo county.. 



San Francisco city,' coextensive with San Francisco 
county. 

Assemhly district 28 15,781 

Assemhly district 29 15,299 

Assembly district 30 15,347 

Assembly district 31 15,871 

Assembly district 32 14,037 

Assembly district 33 18,758 

Assembly district 34 21, 841 

Assembly district 35 17,647 

Assembly district 36 27, 836 

Assemhly district 37 23,923 

Assembly district 38 19,977 

Assembly district 39 19,905 

Assembly district'40 22,472 

Assembly district 41 24,235 

Assemhly district 42 15,472 

Assembly district 43 23,003 

Assembly district 44 18,631 

Assemhly district 45 12, 797 



San Joaquin county. 



Castoria township.. 

Dent township.^ 

Douglas township.. 
Elkhorn township . 

Elliott township 

Liberty township.. 
O'Neal township. 



Stockton township, coextensive with Stockton city 

Stockton city : 

Ward I 4. 639 

Ward 2 3, 773 

Ward 3 3.697 

Ward 4 5,397 

Tulare township 

Union township 



San Luis Obispo county. 



Arroyo Grande township 

Cholame township r— 

Hot Springs township, including Paso Eobles city. 

Paso Robles city 

Morro township 

Nipomo township . 

Salinas township 

San Jose township. 



San Luis Obispo township, including San Luis Obispo city 

San Luis Obispo city 

San Miguel tovmship 

San Simeon township 

Santa Margarita township 



San Mateo county. 



Township 1 7 — 

Township 2, including San Mateo city.. 

San Mateo city 

Townshii^S, including Eedwood city.... 

Redwood city 

Township 4 

Township 5 



1900 



67 
736 
206 
119 
256 

20 
17,700 



330 
403 
19 
394 
690 
593 
817 



312, 782 



342, 782 



35,452 



1,487 
1,240 
1,345 
2,427 
1,576 
577 
4,856 
17, 606 



2,797 
1,641 



16, 637 



3,319 

544 

2,411 

1,224 

1,812 

926 

943 

512 

3,216 

3,021 

1,022 

1,036 

896 



12, 094 



2, 452 
3,298 
1,83= 
3,953 
I,6S3 
1,383 
1,008 



1890 



1 Reapportioned since 1890. 

2 No returns in 1890. ^ „^ ,. „„.„„„ loon 
8 Township 9 organized from part ol township 7 since 1890. 



298, 997 



28,629 



1,320 

i,on 

1,606 
2,287 
1,765 
656 
3,287 
14,424 



1,401 
972 



16,072 



3,434 

806 
1,524 

827 
1,817 
(^) 
1,728 

810 
3,359 
2,995 
1,663 

931 



10, 087 



1,828 
2,006 



3,744 
1,572 
1,495 
1,015 



MINOR CIVIL raVISIONS. 



Santa Barbara county 

Township 1 1 

Town.ship 2, coextensive with Santa Barbara city 

Santa Barbara city ; 

Ward I 914 

Ward 2 1,023 

Ward 3 586 

Ward 4 769 

Ward 5 1,325 

Ward 6 957 

Ward 7 1,013 

Township 3 

Township 4 

Township 5, including Lompoc town 

Lompoc town 

Township 6 

Township 7 8 

Township 8 . 

Township 9= 

Santa Clara county 

Almaden township 

Alviso township 

Burnett township . 

l^^emont township 

Gilroy township, including Gilroy cijy 

Gilroy city 

Ward I 704 

Ward 2 1, 116 

Mayfleld township < 

Milpitas township 

Palo Alto township,-! coextensive with Palo Alto town.. 

Redwood township, including Los Gates city 

Los Gatos city 

San Jose township, including San Jose city 

San Jose city 

Ward I 3,250 

Ward 2 6,345 

Ward 3 6, 256 

Ward 4 5,649 

Santa Clara township, including Santa Clara town 

Santa Clara town 

Saratoga township 



Santa Cbuz county. 



Branciforte township, exclusive of part of Santa Cruz 
city. 

Pajaro township, including WatsonviUe city 

Watsonville city 

Ward I 419 

Ward 2 472 

Ward 3 515 

Ward 4 581 

Ward 5 ■ 775 

Ward 6 766 

San Lorenzo towruship, exclusive ol part of Santa Cruz 
city. 

Santa Cruz city, in Branciforte, San Lorenzo, and Santa 
Cruz townships. 

Ward 1 1,471 

Ward 2 1,235 

Ward 3 2, MO 

Ward 4 913 

Santa Cruz township, exclusive of part of Santa Cruz city. 

Soquel township 



Shasta county ».. 



Township 1. Shasta 

Township 2. Redding, including Redding city.. 

Redding city 

Township 3. Keswick 

Township 4. Igo 

Township 5. Harrison Gulch 

Township 6. Anderson 

Township 7. Shingletown 

Township 8. Millyllle 

Township 9. Round Mountain 

Township 10. Burney Valley 

Township 11. Fall River 

Township 12. Buckeye 

Township 13. Sacramento River 

Township 14. French Gulch 



Sierra county.. 



Butte township, including Downleville town.. 

Downieville town 

Forest township , 

Gibson township 

Lincoln township 

Oneida township 



1900 



18,934 



2,171 
6,587 



2,100 

1,725 

2,428 

972 

583 

2,001 

575 

764 



60,216 



1,599 
529 
1,397 
2,402 
4,003 
I, 820 



1,279 
1,223 
1,668 
3,510 
1,91s 
31,987 
21,500 



9,240 
3,650 
1,389 



21,512 



2,618 

7,058 
3,528 



2,619 
5,659 



571 
2,987 



17,318 



1,191 

3,301 

2,946 

2,221 

918 

570 

1,610 

1,107 

765 

864 

756 

954 

1,582 

1,075 

414 



4,017 



1,296 
500 
712 
221 
216 
117 



* Palo Alto township organized from part of Mayfield township since 1890. 
s Comparison with population for 1890 can not be made ; county redistricted 
since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OP CALIFORNIA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



MINOB CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



SiEEEA COUNTY — Continued. 



Sears township 

Sierra townsliip 

Table Rock township . 



Siskiyou county. 



Butte township,. 



Callalians township i 

Edgewood township 

Etna township, including Etna town _ 

Etna town 

Happy Camp township 

Lake township 

Liberty townsnip 

Mott township 

Mountain township " 

Oak Bar township 2 

Scott River township. 



Scott Valley township, including Fort Jones town- 
Fort Jones town 

Squaw valley township 

Table Rock township 

Yreka township, including Yreka town 

Yreka town 



Solano county. 



Benicia township, including Benicia city.. 

Beniciacity 

Denverton township 

Elmira township 

Green Valley township 

Maine Prairie township 

Montezuma township.. 



Rio Vista township, including Rio Vista town., 
Rio Vista town 

Silveyville township, including Drxon town 

Dixon town . 



Suisun township, including Suisun town . 
Suisun town _ 



Tremont township 

Vacaville township, including Vacaville town.. 

Vacaville town 

Vallejo township, including Vallejo city I 

Vallejo city 



Ward ^,^_^ 

Ward 2 2', 831 

Ward 3 725 



Sonoma county.. 



Analy township.. 



Bodega township IIIIIIZIIIIZ 

Cloverdale township, including Cloverdale town" 

Cloverdale town ■ 

Knight Valley township ZllllZIIIIir '_" 

Mendocino township. Including Healdsburg cityZ. 

Healdsburg city 

Ocean township. 



Petaluma township, including PetalumaZclty^ 

Petaluma city 

Redwood township ZZZZZZZZZ 

Russian River township ZZ 

Salt Point township . 



Santa Rosa township, including Santa'Sosa'city' 
Santa Rosa city _ 

Sonoma township, including SonomatownZZ .Z" 
Sonoma town 

Vallejo township 

Wajshington township 



Stanislaus county _ 



Township 1. Oakdale 

Township 2. La Grange ' 

Township 3. Modesto, including Modesto'cityZ' 

Modesto city 

Township 4. Newman _'"_ _Z 

Township 5. Waterford '.. _ __ _""_ __""Z 

Townships. Turlock » — —- — . 



Suttee county 

Butte township. 



327 
930 
199 



16, 962 



1,639 

667 

1,386 

1,069 

Soo 

483 

767 

1,086 

1,264 

1,482 

403 

508 

1,899 

3S6 

1,101 

1,183 

2,235 

1,263 

24,143 



3, 174 

2,751 
280 
717 
757 
282 
429 

1,500 
682 

1,586 
783 

2,158 
625 
403 

4,160 

Z,220 

8,697 
7,965 



38,480 



3,526 
1,499 
1,561 

750 

525 
4,313 
1,869 

780 
5,814 
3,871 
1,357 
1,625 

869 
10, 985 
6,673 
3,172 

652 
1,671 

783 

9,550 



2,531 
586 
2,989 
2,024 
1,760 
738 



5,886 



962 



12, 163 



1,304 
448 
710 
782 
271 
403 
722 
798 
1,173 
1,162 



613 
1,128 

266 

70 

1,231 

1,719 



20, 946 



2,951 

2,361 

321 

869 

774 

274 

494 

1,236 

648 

1,869 

1,082 

2,140 

499 

440 

2,712 

725 

6,866 

6,343 



32,721 



2,709 

1,558 

1,654 

763 

418 



967 
5,304 
3,692 
1,373 
1,219 

952 
8,620 
5, 220 
2,690 
, 757 
1,347 

641 

10, 040 



2,406 
2,644 
3,432 
2,402 
1,568 



5,469 



1,001 
921 
1,371 
1,105 
1,488 



977 
1,096 
1, 342 

983 
1,071 



Nicolaus township .~~ZZZ~"Z Z 

Sutter township '"_' '_'_ '_'_ " 

Vernon township _Z' Z.Z'. "ZZ" Z 

Yuba township Z.ZZ_.Z . "" 

» Formerly South township. 
2 Oak Bar township organized from part of Mountain township .since 1890 
s Townships 6 and 6 organized from parts of township 2 since 1890 
* Given as Lassen m 1890. 
5 Not separately returned in 1890. 

« Mussel SlouRh township taken to form Kings county in 1893 
I V!'',"^?' Mussel Slough township (population 6,625 in IS'WI ' 
r J. r,,^' Ansiola, Lin,i«ay, Piano, and Tipton townships org;ni':;.rd from narts 
of Tule River township since 1890. f e> .-•-u iium parts 



Tehama county.. 



Corning township 

Cottonwood township.. 
Paskenta township. 



Red Bluff township, including Red Bluff city '. 

Red Bluff city 

Ward I 6go 

Ward 2 7B3 

Ward 3 643 

Ward 4 , 634 

Sierra township 

Tehama to\vnship 

Vina to%vnship * 



Trinity county.. 



Canyon Creek township.. 

Douglas township 

Junction township 

Lewiston township 

Long Ridge township 

Miuersville township 

New River township 

North Pork township.. 



South Fork (or Hay Fork) township. 
Trinity Center township 

Weaverville township 



TULAEE county*.. 



Alila townships 

Angiola townships.. 

Exeter townships 

Kaweah township lo.. 
Lindsay township »_. 

Orosi township 10 

Piano townships 

Tipton township s. 



Tulare township, including Tulare"cityZZZ.ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 
Tulare city 

Ward I .z:zz".zzzz".z.zzz".zz:".".z.-ZZ"""6^" 

Ward 2 800 

Ward 3 __ _ _ gjg 

Tule River township « ZZZZZ _ 

Visalia township, including VisaUacity "Z Z 

Visalia city. 

Ward I.. 

Ward 2. 

Ward 3. 



Ward 4 

White River township ~II 

Tule River Indian reservation. 



711 
971 

643 
760 



Tuolumne county . 



Township 1,11 including Sonora city. 

Sonora city 

Township 2 Z. .Z"." 

Township 312 '~~ _ _ 

Township 4 12 _ _ 

Township 511 ""Z _ 

Township 6^2 



Ventura county. 

Hueneme township is _ 

Ojai township i* 

Piru township. 



Santa Paula township 15 
Saticoy township is 
Simi township 13 



Ventura townsMp,iro-oeit"e"n"sTv"e"w"it"h"VeHtoa"cityZ: 



Yolo county.. 



Blacks townshipis 

Cacheville township 
Capay township" 
Clarksburg township 
Cottonwood township 
Pairview township 
Grafton township i» 
Guinda township)" 
Putah township _ Z 
Washington township"" Z 

*'wT^t'eS't'?^P'''^<=l"^^'^gWin"t"e"rs"to-w"iZ: 



10,996 



2,269 

479 

836 

4,563 

2,750 



1,192 
920 
747 



169 
343 

309 

575 

819 

110 

1661 

156/ 

490 

778 

968 



18,375 

441 

150 

1,027 

1,915 

422 

1,457 

991 

890 

3,441 

2, 2z6 



2,161 
4,948 
3,08s 



11,166 



2,123 
1,922 
1,137 
1,201 
1,589 
3,157 
1,969 



14,367 

4,693 
1,635 

161 
3,583 
1,163 

662 
2,470 



13,618 



574 

614 

506 

788 

750 

671 

621 

775 

1,042 

1,398 

1,537 

785 



9,916 



1,280 

619 

813 

4,285 

2, 60S 



829 

864 

1,226 

3,719 

68 
290 
403 
566 
261 

81 

6507 

-467 
318 
768 



'24,674 



4,068 



4,646 
2,697 



5,503 
4,293 



639 



6,082 



3,024 
1,441 
1,034 
837 
1,187 



174 



12,684 



666 
898 
56S 
957 
770 
1,034 



978 
1,247 
1,158 



P^^jO^ Tulare township since 1890. 
since 189o. 



-o™ifL*Zsi?fp*oS?i^d'iironPr,°^™^^ 

" Township 5 orgSed fmm n?vf Tt°* kaweah township 
f Township 6 orlan Sd froS ^vL"'/?'™^^^? ^ ^*»oe 1890. 
s Simi township oSized fro?? iS«„'?S°'^^P''' ^ ^^'^ « ^^°« 1890. 
Ojai township orgaiSzed from i?n^f"f^^''^^°®".^*°'^"''''P ^'"^^ 18^- 
1° Santa Paula towushin nron?,?l£i j' °' Centura township since 1890. 

Blacks township orga^n°,'|S from narf nWL°/,^^'i<=°y 'S^"^!"? ^i"«e 1890. 
" <!uinda township organiled frT^P."fl°L^'n™"°'>.*°^'^Mp since 1890. 



-hip oFganl^ed f™i7art of^c'l^lTtriSiTp^ 



since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OP CALIFORNIA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Yolo county— Continued. 

Woodland township, including Woodland city 

Woodland city 

Ward I IIIIII646' 

Ward 2 yig 

Ward 3 IIIIZII 839 

Ward 4 686 

Yuba county 



East Bear River township, including Wheatland town_. 

Wheatland town 

Foster Bar township 

Linda township 



1900 



4,392 
2,886 



916 
501 

352 



1890 



4,523 
3,069 



1,029 
630 
430 
295 



MINOB CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Yuba county— Continued. 

Long Bar township 

Marysville township, includiug Marysville city 

Marysville city 

Ward I 725 

Ward 2 674 

Ward 3 759 

Ward 4 ■ 1,339 

New Yorli township 

Northeast township 

Farlm Bar township 

Rose Bar township 

Slate Range township 

West Bear River township 



1900 



1890 



491 
3,971 


480 
4,635 


3,497 


3.991 


630 


770 


150 


269 


260 


243 


4fi7 


728 


600 


455 


252 


302 



Thei-e are 116 incorporated cities and towns in California, for whicli the population in 1900 is separately returned, 
and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, in which 
they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5.— POPULATION OF THE INCORPORATED CITIES AND TOWNS OF CALIFORNIA: 1890 AND 1900. 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Alameda city 

Anaheim town 

Antioch town 

Areata town 

Aubm^ city 

Azusa city 

Bakersfleld city 

Belvedere town 

Benicia city 

Berkeley town 

Calistoga town 

Chico city 

Cloverdale tov, n— . 

Colton city 

Colusa town 

Corona city 

Coronado city 

Crescent City 

Dixon town 

Downieville town_. 

Elsinore city 

Emeryville town__ 

Escondido city 

Etna town 

Eureka city 

Femdale town 

Fort Bragg city 

Fort Jones town — 

Fresno city 

Gilroy city 

Grass Valley city — 

Hanford city 

Hayward town 

Healdsburg city — 

Holhster town 

Homitos town 

KelseyylUe town_- 

Kem city 

Lakeport to^vn 



population. 



1900 1890 



16,464 

1,456 

674 

952 

2,050 

863 

4,836 

1,434 

2,751 

13,214 

690 

2,640 

750 

1,309 

1,441 

1,434 

935 

699 

783 

500 

279 

1,016 

755 

600 

7,327 

846 

1,590 

356 

•12,470 

1,820 

4,719 

2,929 

1,965 

1,869 

1,315 

196 

994 

1,291 

726 



11,165 

1,273 

635 

962 

1,595 



2,626 


2,361 
5,101 


2,S94 

763 

1,315 

1,336 




907 
1,082 





228 
541 
271 

4,858 

763 

945 

266 

10, 818 

1,694 



942 

1,419 

1,485 

1,234 

276 

282 



991 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Lincoln city 

Livermore town 

Lompoc town_ 

Long Beach city 

Los Angeles city 

Los Gatos city 

Martinez town 

Marysville city 

Merced city 

Modesto city 

Monrovia city 

Monterey city 

Napa city 

National City 

Nevada City town- 
Oakland city 

Oceanside city 

Ontario city 

Orange city_ 



Pacific Grove city — 

Palo Alto town 

Pasadena city 

Paso Rohles city 

Petaluma city 

Placerville city 

Pleasanton town 

Pomona city 

Potter Valley town__ 

Red Bluff city 

Redding city 

Redlands city 

Redondo Beach city- 
Redwood city 

Rio Vista town 

Riveraide city 

Rocklin city 

Sacramento city 

St. Helena town 

SaUnas city 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



1,061 
1,493 

972 
2,2o2 
102,479 
; 1,915 
1,380 
3,497 
1,969 
2,024 
1,205 
1,748 
4,036 
1,086 
3,250 
66, 960 

330 

722 
1,216 
1,411 
1,658 
9,117 
1,224 
3,871 
1,748 
1,100 
5,526 

513 
2,750 
2,946 
4,797 

855 
1,653 

682 
7,973 
1,050 
29,282 
1,582 
3,304 



961 
1,391 
1,015 

564 
50, 895 
1,652 
1,600 
3,991 
2,009 
2,402 

907 
1,662 
4,395 
1,353 
2,524 
48, 682 




3,634 



2,608 
1,821 
1,904 

603 
1,572 

648 
4,683 
1,056 
26, 386 
1,705 
2,339 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



San Bernardino city- 
San Diego city 

San Francisco city 

San Jacinto city 

San Jose city 

San Juan town 

San Leandro town,-, 
San Luis Obispo city. 

San Mateo city 

San Pedro city 

San Raiael city 

Santa Ana city 

Santa Barbara city— 

Santa Clara town 

Santa Cruz city- 

Santa Monica city 

Santa Rosa city 

Sausalito town 

Selma town 

Sonoma town 

Sonora city 

South Pasadena city- 
Stockton city 

Suisun town 

TuLire city 

XJkiali city 

Varavllle town 

Vallejo city 

Ventura city 

Visaha city 

Watsonville city 

Wheatland town 

Whittier city 

Willits town 

Willows town 

Winters town 

Woodland city 

Yreka town 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



17, 
342; 



21, 



4,012 

16, 159 

298, 997 

661 

18, 060 

463 



2,995 



1,240 
3,290 
3, 628 
6,864 
2,891 
5,696 
1,680 
5,220 
1,334 
1,160 

767 
1,441 

623 
14,424 

499 
2,697 
1,627 

725 
6,343 
3,869 
2,885 
2,149 

630 

585 

815 
1,176 



3, 069 
1,100 



Of the above named 116 incorporated places there are 46 that have a population in 1900 of more than 2,000, and 
of these 19 have a population of over 5,000, 10 have a population of over 10,000, and 4 have a population of over 
25,000, namely, San Francisco, with 342,782; Los Angeles, with 102,479; Oakland, with 66,960; and Sacramento, 

with 29,282 inhabitants. 

For the 4 cities which have a population in 1900 of more than 25,000, a summary is presented in table 6, showing 
the population of each from the first year in which it was separately stated in the census report, to 1900, inclusive, 
together with the increase by number and per cent during each of the ten-year periods. 



10 



Table 6.— POPULATION OF LOS ANGELES, OAKLAND, SACRAMENTO, AND SAN FRANCISCO : 1850 TO 1900. 





LOS ANGELES. 


OAKLAND. 


SACRAMENTO. 


SAN FEANGISCO. 


CENSUS YEAKS. 


Popu- 
lation. 


Increase. 


Popu- 
lation. 


Increase. 


Popu- 
lation. 


Increase. 


Popu- 
lation. 


Increase. 




Number. 


Per cent. 


Numtier. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 . 

1890 


102,479 
50,395 
11, 183 
5,728 
4,385 
1,610 


52,084 
39,212 
5,455 
1,343 
2,775 


103.3 

360.6 

95.2 

30.6 

172.3 


66,960 
48,682 
' 34, 655 
10,600 
1,543 


18,278 

14,127 

24,055 

8,957 


37.5 

40.8 

229.0 

580.4 


29,282 
26,386 
21,420 
16,283 
13,785 
6,820 


2,896 
4,966 
5,137 
2,498 
6,965 


10.9 
23.1 
31.5 
18.1 
102.1 


342, 782 
298,997 
233,959 
149.473 
56,802 


43,785 
65,038 
84,486 
92,671 


14.6 
27.7 
56.5 
163.1 


1880 


1870 


1860 


1850 































1 The returns for 1850 for San Francisco were destroyed by Are ; the state census for 1852 reports a population of 34, 766, 

According to this summary, the population of San Francisco, beginning with 56,802 in 1860, increased to 149,473 
m IS'ZO, or 163.1 percent. For the three succeeding decades there has been a normal increase, and the present population 
IS 342,782, or more than six times what it was in 1860. The population of Sacramento increased from 6,820 in 1850 to 
13,785 in 1860, or 102.1 per cent, and at present is over four times as great as it was in 1850. The population of 
Oakland, starting with only 1,543 in 1860, increased to 10,500 in 1870, or 580.4 per cent, and to 34,555 in 1880, or . 
229.0 per cent ; it now has a population of 66,960, or more than forty-three times as many inhabitants as it had in 1860. 
The population of Los Angeles was 1,610 in 1850; in 1880 it was 11,183, but during the decade from 1880 to 1890 it 
increased to 50,395, or 350.6 per cent, and during the decade from 1890 to 1900, to 102,479, or 103.3 per cent. 



Director of tJie Census. 




^^^uimffsT? 



1 ^900 





i B R ''■ 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 11. 



W^ASHINGTON, D. C. 



October 25, 1900. 



POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives the 
population of the 159 cities having 25,000 inhabitants or more in 1900, according to the official count of the returns of the 
Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

The 159 cities combined have a population in 1900 of 19,694,625, as compared with a population for the same cities 
of 14,855,489 in 1890, and of 9,933,92V in 1880. 

The absolute increase in the population of these cities from 1890 to 1900 was 4,839,136, or 82,426 less than the 
absolute increase from 1880 to 1890, when it was 4,921,562. The percentage of increase in population of the 159 cities 
from 1890 to 1900 was 32.5 as against 49.5 from 1880 to 1890. 

The combined population of the 159 cities at each of the three census periods is distributed in table 1 by classified 
sizes, giving, in addition, the number of cities included under each class, respectively. 



Table 1.— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900 

CLASSIFIED SIZES. 


ACCORDING TO 




CLASSIFIED 


SIZES. 


Num- 
ber 
of 

cities. 


POPULATION. 


INOBEASE FROM 1890 

TO 1900. 


INOBEASE FROM 1880 

TO 1890. 




1900 


1890 


1880 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 




159 


19,694,625 


14,855,489 


9,933,927 


4,839,136 


32.5 


4,921,562 


49.5 








Cities of 200 COD and over 


19 
19 
40 
81 


11,795,809 
2,412,538 
2,709,338 
2,776,940 


8,879,105 
1,808,656 
2,067,169 
2,100,559 


6,311,653 
1,009,163 
1,368,309 
1,244,802 


2,916,704 
603,882 
642,169 
676,381 


32.8 
33.3 
31.0 
32.2 


2,667,452 
799,493 
698,860 
855,757 


40.6 


Cities of 100 000 and under 200.000 


79 2 


Cities of 50 000 and under 100,000 


.51.0 


Cities of 25,000 and under 50,000 - 


68.7 







As shown by the above summary, there are 19 cities which have 200,000 inhabitants or more in 1900, 19 cities 
which have between 100,000 and 200,000 inhabitants, 40 cities which have between 50,000 and 100,000 inhabitants, 
and 81 cities which have between 25,000 and 50,000 inhabitants. There were 124 cities in 1890 which had a population 
of 25,000 or more, but of these cities Brooklyn and Long Island City now form a part of New York city, 
showing a net gain of 37 cities in 1900, as compared with 1890. Of the 124 cities in 1890, 16 had 200,000 inhabitants 
or more, 12 had between 100,000 and 200,000 inhabitants, 30 had between 50,000 and 100,000 inhabitants, and 66 
.had between 25,000 and 50,000 inhabitants. 

In 1880 there were but 20 cities which contained more than 100,000 inhabitants, but in 1890 this number had 
increased to 28, and in 1900 to 38. 

In 1900 there are 78 cities of 50,000 inhabitants or more as compared with 58 in 1890 and 35 in 1880. 

The combined population in 1900 of the 19 cities of the first class is 11,795,809 as against a population in 1890 of 
8,879,105, representing an increase during the 10 years of 2,916,704, or 32.8 per cent. The same cities showed an 
increase from 1880 to 1890 of 2,567,452, or 40.6 per cent. 

The 19 cities of the first class comprise New York, which, with more than 3,000,000 inhabitants, properly stands 
by itself" 2 cities, Chicago and Philadelphia, each of which has a population in excess of a million; 8 cities, St. Louis, 
Boston and Baltimore, which have a population of half a million each; 5 cities, Cleveland, Buffalo, San Francisco, 

(CP25M) 



Cincinnati, and Pittsburg, which have a population of between 300,000 and 400,000 each; and 8 cities, New Orleans, 
Detroit, Milwaukee, Washington, Newark, Jersey City, Louisville, and Minneapolis, which have a population of between 
200,000 and 300,000 each. The aggregate population represented by each of these 5 subgroups is summarized in table 2. 

Table 2,— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 200,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, ACCORDING TO 

CLASSIFIED SIZES. 





Num- 
t)er 
of 

cities. 


POPULATION. 


INCREASE FROM 

1890 TO 1900. 


INCEEASE EKOM 
1880 TO 1890. 




1900 


1890 


1880 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Percent. 


Totals 


19 


11,795,809 


8,879,105 


6,311,653 


2,916,704 


32.8 


2,567,452 


40.6 






Cities of 3,000,000 and over 


1 
2 
3 
5 
8 


3,437,202 
2,992,272 
1,645,087 
1,724,455 
1,996,793 


2,492,-591 
2,146,814 
1, 334, 686 
1,351,539 
1,553,475 


1,901,345 
1, 350, 355 
1,0-15,670 
960, 767 
1,053,516 


944,611 
845,458 
310,401 
372,916 
443,318 


37.8 
39.3 
23.2 
27.5 
28.5 


591,246 
796,459 
289,016 
390,772 
499,959 


31.0 


Cities of 1,000,000 and under 2,000,000 


58.9 


Cities of 500,000 and under 1,000,000 , 

Cities of 300,000 and under 400,000 


27.6 
40.6 


Cities of 200,000 and under 300,000 


47.4 







The 19 cities of the second class have a combined population in 1900 of 2,412,538, and show an increase of 33.3 
per cent from 1890 to 1900, as against an increase of 79.2 per cent from 1880 to 1890. 

The 40 cities of the third class have a combined population in 1900 of 2,709,338, as against a population in 1890 
of 2,067,169, which is equivalent to an increase during the decade of 31 per cent, as compared with an increase of 51 
per cent during the preceding ten years. 

The 81 cities of the fourth class have a combined population in 1900 of 2,776,940, having gained since 1890 
676,381 in number, or 32.2 per cent, as against an increase of 68.7 per cent from 1880 to 1890. 

The 19 cities of the first class are the only group of cities which show a larger numerical increase during the past 
decade than during the ten years from 1880 to 1890, although the four groups show very even percentages of increase 
from 1890 to 1900, varying from 31.0 to 33.3 per cent, the percentage of increase for the 159 cities combined being 32.5. 

Table 3 shows the population of the 159 cities, arranged according to their relative rank in 1900, at each of the 
last three censuses, together with the increase by number and per cent during the two decades ending in 1890 and 
1900, respectively. 

Table 3.— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO 

POPULATION. 

[The first column under each census year shows the order of the cities named when arranged according to population.] 



New York, K Y_.. 

Chicago, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa- 
st. Louis, Mo 

Boston, Mass 



Baltimore, Md 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Buffalo, N. Y 

San Francisco, Cal_ 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



Pittsburg, Pa 

New Orleans, La- 
Detroit, Mich 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Washington, D. C-. 



Newark, N. J 

Jersey City, N. J — 

Louisville, Ky 

Minneapolis, Mlnn_ 
Providence, B. I — 



Indianapolis, Ind_ 
Kansas City, Mo — . 

St. Paul, Minn 

Rochester, N. Y 

Denver, Colo 



Toledo, Ohio 

Allegheny, Pa — 
Columbus, Ohio- 
Worcester, Ma^S- 
Syraouse, N. Y— . 



New Haven, Conn. 

Pater.son, N. J 

Fall River, Mass 

St. Joseph, JIo 

Omaha, Nebr 



POPULATION. 



1 
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 



00 




3,437,202 


1 


1,698,575 


2 


1,293,697 


3 


575,238 


4 


560,892 


5 


508, 957 


6 


381,768 


9 


352,387 


10 


342, 782 


7 


326,902 


8 


321,616 


12 


287,104 


11 


285,704 


14 


285,315 


15 


278,718 


13 


246,070 


16 


206,433 


18 


204,731 


19 


202,718 


17 


175,597 


24 


169, 164 


26 


163,752 


23 


163,065 


22 


162,608 


21, 


133,859 


26 


131,822 


32 


129, 896 


27 


125, 560 


29 


118,421 


31 


108,374 


30 


108,027 


34 


105,171 


36 


104, 863 


39 


102,979 


54 


102, 5.55 


20 



' Decrease. 



90 




2, 492, .591 


1 


1,099,850 


3 


1,046,964 


2 


4.51,770 


5 


448, 477 


4 


434,439 


6 


261, 353 


11 


255, 664 


13 


298,997 


8 


296,908 


7 


238,617 


12 


242, 039 


9 


205, 876 


17 


204,468 


18 


230, 392 


10 


181,830 


14 


163,003 


16 


161,129 


15 


164,738 


37 


132,146 


19 


105,436 


23 


132,716 


29 


133,156 


44 


133,896 


21 


106, 713 


49 


81,434 


34 


105, 287 


22 


88, 150 


32 


84,655 


27 


88,143 


31 


81,298 


25 


78,347 


33 


74,398 


36 


52,324 


56 


140,452 


62 



1880 



1, 901, 346 
503, 185 
847, 170 
350, .518 
362, 839 

332, 313 
160, 146 
155, 134 
233, 959 
255, 139 

156, 389 
216, 090 
116, 340 
115, 587 
177, 624 

136, 508 
120, 722 
123, 758 
46, 887 
104,8-57 

75,056 
55, 785 
41,473 
89, 366 
35, 629 

50,137 
78, 682 
51, 647 
.58, 291 
51,792 

62, 8S2 
51,031 
48, 961 
32,431 
30, 618 



INCREASE FROM 

1890 TO 1900. 



Xumber. 



944, 611 
598, 725 
246, 733 
123,468 
112,416 

74, 518 
120, 415 
96,723 
43,785 
28, 994 

82, 999 
45, 065 
79, 828 
80,847 
48, 826 

64, 240 
43, 430 
43, 602 
37, 980 
43,451 

63, 72S 
31, 036 
29, 909 
28,712 
27, 146 

50,388 
24,609 
37,410 
33, 766 
20,231 

26, 729 
26,824 
30, 465 
50,656 
137,897 



Per 
cent. 



37.8 
54,4 
23.5 
27.3 
25.0 

17.1 
46.0 
37.8 
14.6 
9.7 

3-1.7 
18-6 
38.7 
39.5 
20.9 

35.3 
26.6 
27.0 
23.0 
32.8 

60.4 
23.3 
22.4 
21.4 
25.4 

61.8 
23.3 
42.4 
39.8 
22.9 

32.8 
34.2 
40.9 
96.8 
126.9 



INCREASE FROM 

1880 TO 1890. 



Number. 



591,246 
596, 666 
199, 794 
101, 252 



102, 126 
101,207 
100, 530 
66,038 
41,769 

82,228 
25,949 
89,536 
88,881 
62, 768 

46,322 
42,2sl 
37, 371 
117,861 
27,289 

30, 380 
76,931 
91,683 
44,630 
71,084 

31, 297 
26, 605 
36, 503 
26,364 
36,351 

IS, 416 
27,316 
25,437 
19,893 
109, 934 



Per 
cent. 



3L0 
118.5 
23.5 
28.8 
23.6 

30.7 
63.1 
64.8 
27.7 
16.3, 

52.5 
12,0 
76.9 
76-8 
29-7 

33.2 
36.0 
30.1 
251.3 
26.0, 

40.4 
137.9 
221.0 

49.8 
199.5 

62.4 
33.8 
70.6 
45.2 
70.1 

29.2 
53.5 
5L9 
61.3 
360.2 



Table 3.— POPULATION OP CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO 

POPULATION— Continued. 





POPULATION. 


INCREASE FROM 

1890 TO 1900. 


INCREASE PROM 

1880 TO 1S90. 




1900 


1890 


1880 


Number. 


Per 
cent. 


Number. 


Per 
cent. 


Los Angeles, Cal 


36 
37 
38 
39 
40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 

46 
47 
48 
49 
50 

51 
52 
58 
54 
56 

56 
57 
58 
59 
60 

61 
62 
63 
64 
65 

66 
67 
68 
69 
70 

71 
72 
73 
74 
76 

76 
77 
78 
79 
80 

81 
82 
83 
84 
85 

86 
87 
' 88 
89 
90 

91 
92 
93 
94 
95 

96 
97 
98 
99 
100 

101 
102 
103 
104 
106 

106 
107 
108 
109 
110 

in 

112 
113 
114 
115 


102,479 

102,320 

102,026 

94, 969 

94,151 

91,886 
90,426 
89,872 
87,565 
85,333 

86,050 
80,865 
80,671 
79,850 
78,961 

76,508 
76, 935 
73, 307 
70, 996 
68,513 

66,960 
62,559 
62,442 
62, 139 
62,059 

61,643 
60,651 
69,364 
69,007 
56,987 

56,383 
56,100 
55,807 
64,244 
63,531 

53,321 
62,969 
52,733 
52,130 
51,721 

51, 418 
60,167 
60,145 
47,931 
46,624 

45,859 
45,712 
45,115 
44,885 
44,633 

42,938 
42,728 
•■■ 42,638 
42,346 
41,459 

40,169 
40,063 
39,047 
39,441 
39,231 

38, 973 
38,878 
38,469 
38,415 
38,307 

38,253 
37,789 
37,714 
37,175 
■ 36,848 

36,673 
36,297 
36, '252 
35,999 
35,956 

35,936 
35,672 
35,416 
35,254 
34,227 


56 
42 
38 
36 
28 

40 
60 
41 
46 
44 

33 
37 
69 
53 
47 

43 

48 
49 
58 
50 

59 
63 
71 
57 
64 

73 
45 
67 
65 
66 

66 
70 
52 
68 
62 

80 
91 
72 
78 
79 

75 
74 
82 
92 
87 

106 
84 
85 
90 

110 

81 
109 
76 
61 
93 

51 
112 
86 
89 
108 

100 

88 

96 

117 

118 

94 
104 

83 
111 
146 

102 
101 

96 
136 

99 

137 
98 
121 
114 
144 


50,395 
64,495 
75, 215 
77,696 
94,923 

70,028 
46,385 
65,533 
60,278 
61,220 

81,388 
76,168 
42,837 
53,230 
58,661 

61,431 
58,313 
57,458 
48,866 
55,727 

48, 682 
44, 654 
40,733 
60,093 
44,179 

40, 152 
60,966 
43,648 
50,756 
44,126 

44,007 
41,024 
54,955 
43,189 
44,843 

37,673 
33,115 
40,634 
37,764 
V 37, 718 

38,316 
39,386 
36,426 
32,033 
34,871 

28,646 
35,637 
35,393 
33, 220 
27,657 

37,371 
27,601 
38,067 
46,322 
32,011 

65,154 
27,294 
35,005 
33,300 
27,633 

30,337 
34,522 
31,076 
26,178 
25,874 

31,895 
29,084 
36,006 
27,412 
19,922 

30,217 
30,311 
31,494 
21,819 
30,801 

21,805 
30,893 
25,228 
26,872 
20,741 


135 

53 
38 
26 
20 

30 
106 
48 
57 
46 

24 
39 
150 
42 
40 

41 
43 
63 
70 
47 

50 
45 
74 
79 
64 

77 
28 
58 
65 
55 

61 
66 
35 
61 
90 

93 
156 
69 
68 
78 

153 
59 
52 

101 
82 

105 
84 
73 
118 
111 

64 
112 
137 
136 

76 

127 

123 

107 

85 

99 

97 

60 

67 

154 

125 

91 

81 

155 

102 

167 

75 
80 
72 
124 
71 

143 
94 

103 
86 

144 


11,183 
33,592 
45,850 
59,475 
90,768 

52,669 
17,577 
37,409 
32,016 
38,678 

63,600 
43,350 
3,533 
42,015 
43,278 

42,478 
41, 659 
29, 910 
27,643 
38,274 

34,555 
39, 151 
26,845 
22,408 
33,340 

24,933 
66,747 
30,999 
29,280 
32,630 

33,914 
29,259 
49,984 
80,709 
20,768 

20,550 
838 
27,737 
28,229 
23,339 

3,200 
30,762 
33,810 
18,892 
21,966 

17,806 
21,915 
26,880 
15,435 
16,513 

29, 720 
16,512 
10,358 
10,626 
25,769 

13,003 
13, 608 
17,317 
21,891 
19,030 

19,710 
80,737 
29,132 
3,086 
13,138 

20,730 
22,248 
1,098 
18,472 
350 

26,042 
22,254 
27,268 
13,280 
27 .568 

8,380 
20,641 
18,063 
21,831 

8,212 


62,084 
37,826 
26,811 
17,273 
1772 

21,858 
44,041 
24,339 
27,287 
24,113 

3,662 

4,697 

37,834 

26,620 

20,300 

15,077 
17,622 
15,849 
22,130 
12,786 

18,278 
17,905 
21, 709 
12,046 
17,880 

21, 491 
1305 
15,716 
8,251 
12,861 

12,376 
16,076 
852 
11,055 
8,688 

15,648 
19,864 
12,099 
14,366 
14,003 

13,102 
10,782 
13,720 
15,898 
11,753 

17,213 
10,075 
9,722 
11,665 
17,076 

6,567 
15,127 

4,571 
13,977 

9,448 

114,985 

12,769 

4,642 

6,141 

11,598 

8,636 
4,356 
7,393 
12,237 
12,433 

6,358 
8,705 
1,708 
9,763 
16,926 

6,456 
5,986 
4,758 
14,180 
6,156 

14,131 
4,779 

10,188 
8,382 

13,486 


103.3 
58.6 
35.6 
22.2 
10.8 

31.2 
94.9 
37.1 
45.2 
39.3 

4.4 
6.1 
88.3 
60.0 
84.6 

24.5 
30.2 
27.5 
45.2 
22.9 

37.5 
40.0 
53.2 
24.0 
40.4 

53.6 
10.6 
36.0 
16.2 
29.1 

28.1 
86.7 
L5 
26.6 
19.3 

41.5 
59.9 
29.7 
38.0 
87.1 

34.1 
27.3 
37.6 
49.6 
33.7 

60.0 
28.2 
27.4 
35.1 
61.9 

14.8 
54.8 
12.0 
18.6 
29.6 

127.1 
46.7 
13.2 
18.4 
41.9 

28.4 
12.6 
23.7 
46.7 
48.0 

19.9 
29.9 
4.7 
35.6 
84.9 

21.3 
19.7 
15.1 
64.9 
16.7 

64.8 
16.4 
40.3 
31.1 
65.0 


39,212 
30,903 
29,365 
18,221 
4,165 

17,369 
28,808 
28,124 
28,262 
22,542 

17,788 
32, 818 
39, 304 
11, 215 
16,383 

18,953 
16,664 
27,548 
21,223 
17,463 

14,127 
■ 6,503 
13,888 
27,685 
10,839 

15,219 
4,209 
12,649 
21,476 
11,496 

10,093 
11,765 
4,971 
12,480 
24,076 

17,123 
32,277 
12,897 
9,635 
14,379 

35,116 
8,623 
2,615 
13,141 
12,905 

10,840 
13,722 
8,513 
17,785 
11,044 

7,651 
11,089 
27,709 
36,797 

6,242 

42,151 
13,686 
17,688 
11,409 
8,603 

10,627 

3,786 

1,944 

23,092 

12,736 

11,165 
6,836 

34,908 
8,940 

19,572 

4,175 
8,067 
4,226 
8,539 
3,238 

13,426 

10,352 

7,165 

5,041 

12,529 


350. 


Memphis, Tenn 


Scranton, Pa 


64 


Lowell, Mass 




Albany, N. Y 


4 5 


Cambridge, Mass 




■-Portland, Oreg 


163 8 


Atlanta, Ga 

Grand Rapids, Mich _ 


75.1 
88 2 


Dayton, Ohio . 


58 ''* 


Bichmond, Va 


27 9 


Nashville, Tenn 




Seattle, Wash 


1,112.4 
26 6 


Hartford, Conn 


Reading, Pa 


36 5 


Wilmington, Del 


44.6 
39 9 


Camden, N. J 


Trenton, N. J 


92 1 


Bridgeport, Conn 


76 7 


Lynn, Mass 

Oakland, Cal 


46.6 
40 8 




14.0 
51 7 




123.5 


Springfield, Mass 


32 5 




61 


Troy, N. Y .... 


7.4 


Hoboken, N. J 


40.8 
73.3 


Manchester, N. H . 

Utica, N. Y 


35.2 
29.7 


Peoria, 111 

Charleston, S. C. ' 


40.2 
9.9 




40.6 


Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Antonio, Tex 


115.9 
83.3 


T>nlnth, Mi-nn 


3,831.6 


Erie, Pa 


•16.4 


Elizabeth, N. J 


33.7 


Wilkesbarre Pa 


61.6 


Kansas City, Kans 


1,097.3 


Harrisburg, Pa 


28.0 


Portland Me 


7.7 


Yonkers, N. Y - 


69.5 


Norfolk Va 


58.7 




60.8 


Holyoke, Mass - 


62.6 




31.6 


Youngstown, Ohio 

Houston Tex 


116.2 
66.8 




25.7 


Akron Olwo - - 


67.1 




267.5 




340.1 




24.2 




324.1 




■ 100.5 




102.1 


Augusta, Ga 


62,1 




45.2 




53.9 


Wheeling W Va 


12.3 


Mobile Ala 


6.6 




748.2 




96.9 




53.8 


Galvpston Tpx 


30.7 




3,179.2 




48.3 




5,592.0 




16.0 




36.2 




15.4 




64.2 




11.7 




160.2 




50.3 




39.6 




23.0 


McKeesport, Pa 


W2.,D 



1 Decrease. 



Table 3. 



-POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO 

POPULATION— Continued. 









POPULATION. 






INCREASE FROM 

1890 TO 1900. 


INCREASE FROM 

1S80 TO 1890. 


CITIES. 


1900 


1890 


18S0 


Niimt>er. 


Per 
cent. 


Number. 


Per 
cent. 


SpringfieM, 111 


U6 
117 
118 
119 
120 

121 
122 
123 
124 
125 

126 
127 
128 
129 
130 

131 
132 
133 
134 
135 

136 
137 
138 
139 
140 

141 
142 
143 
144 
145 

146 
147 
148 
149 
150 

151 
152 
163 
154 
155 

156 
157 
158 
159 


34,159 
34,072 
33,988 
33,708 
33,664 

33,608 
33,587 
33,111 
32,722 
32,637 

32,490 
31,682 
31,531 
31,091 
31,051 

31,036 
30,667 
30,470 
30,346 
30,345 

29,655 
29,353 
29,282 
29,102 
28,895 

28,757 
28,429 
28,339 
28,301 
28,284 

28,204 
28,157 
27,838 
27,777 
27,628 

26,688 
26,369 
26,121 
26,001 
25,998 

25,802 
■25,656 
25,238 
25,180 


123 
106 
145 
143 
131 

97 
127 

77 
148 
133 

103 
147 
134 
156 
128 

120 
116 
158 
135 
119 

152 
129 
115 
140 
122 

113 
150 
157 
124 
132 

141 
126 
154 
155 
107 

130 
138 
125 
, 159 
151 

139 
149 
153 
142 


24,963 
27,909 
20,226 
20, 793 
23,031 

31,007 
24,379 
37,806 
19,033 
22,535 

29,100 
19,902 
22,037 
11,983 
23,584 

25,448 
26,189 
10,723 
21,883 
25,858 

15,169 
23,264 
26,386 
21,014 
25,090 

27,132 
17,201 
11,600 
24,918 
22,836 

20,830 
24,558 
13,055 
13,028 
27,839 

23,076 
21,567 
24,661 
8,062 
16,519 

21,474 
18,020 
14,481 
20,798 


96 

87 

119 

121 

131 

117 
108 
146 
140 
139 

128 
122 
129 


19,743 
21,782 
14,997 
13, 940 
12,017 

15,452 
16,995 
7,366 
9,372 
9,693 

12,892 
13,655 
12,429 


9,196 

6,163 

13,762 

12,915 

10,633 

2,601 

9,208 

14,695 

13,689 

10,102 

3,390 
U,780 

9,494 
19,108 

7,467 

6,588 
4,478 
19,747 
8,463 
4,487 

14,486 
6,089 
2,896 
8,088 
3,805 

1,625 
11,228 
16,739 
3,383 
5,448 

7,374 

3,599 

14,783 

14,749 

12U 

3,612 
4,802 
1,470 
17,939 
9,479 

4,328 
7,636 
10,757 
4,382 


36.8 
22.0 
68.0 
62.1 
46.1 

8.3 

37.7 

112.4 

71.9 

44.8 

11.6 
59.1 
43.0 
159.4 
31.6 

21.9 
17.0 
184.1 
38.6 
17.3 

95.4 
26.1 
10.9 
38.4 
15.1 

5.9 
65.2 
144.3 
13.5 
23.8 

35.4 
14.6 
113.2 
113.2 
10.7 

15.6 
22.2 
5.9 
222.5 
57.3 

20.1 
42.3 
74.2 
21.0 


5,220 
6,127 
5,229 
6,863 
11,014 

15,555 
7,384 

30,440 
9,661 

12,842 

16,208 

6,247 

9,608 

11,983 

10,455 

4,235 
13,931 
7,360 
5,170 
3,934 

5,984 
11,607 
4,9r.6 
4,9R3 
10,535 

8,irs 

9,551 
3,182 
4,485 
7,088 

4,780 
21,341 
7,578 
6,496 
7,146 

16,413 
4,911 
5,322 
8,062. 
4,719 

3,411 
7,913 
2,557 
4,093 


26.4 
28.1 
34.8 
49.1 
91.6 

100.6 
43.4 
413.2 
103.0 
132.4 






York, Pa 

Maiden, Mass 


Newton, Mass 








Chattanooga Tenn _ 


125.7 








77.3 






Rockford, 111 __ 


126 

89 
130 
161 
109 

83 

141 
134 
88 
115 
120 

100 
145 
142 
95 
116 

114 
152 
149 
148 
92 

147 
110 
98 


13,129 

21,213 
12,268 
3,363 
16,713 
21,£|?4 

9,185 
11,657 
21,420 
16,031 
14,505 

18,934 

7,650 

8,418 

20,433 

15,748 

16,050 
3,217 
5,477 
6,532 

20,693 

6,663 
16,666 
19,329 


79.6 




19.9 


Canton Ohio 


113.6 




218. 8 




30.9 


Auhum NY - 


17.9 


East St. Louis, 111 


65.1 


Joliet, 111 - 


99.5 




23.1 


Racine, Wis 


31.0 




72.9 


Williamsport, Pa 


43.2 




124.8 


Newcastle, Pa 


37.7 




21.9 


Oshkosh, Wis 


45.0 


Woonsocket R. I 


29.7 




663.3 


Atlantic City, N. J 


138.3 


Passaic N. J 


99.4 




34.5 


Fort Worth Tex 


246.3 




29.4 




27.5 


South Omaha, Nebr 






133 

104 
138 
132 
113 


11,800 

18,063 
10,104 
11,924 
16,105 


39.9 


Council Bluffs, Iowa 


18 8 


Cedar Rapids Iowa 


78 3 






iTftflf SO" , Minh 


29 1 







1 Decrease. 



Since the announcement through the newspaper press of the population of cities having 25,000 inhabitants or 
more at the present census, the following changes have been made : 

Buffalo, N. T.— Population increased from 352,219 to 352,387, owing to- an increase in the population of ward 
22 from 15,419 to 15,587. 

JoLiET, III. — Population decreased from 30,720 to 29,353, owing to a decrease in the population of ward 6 from 
5,386 to 4,019. 

Philadelphia, Pa. — Population of ward 22 decreased from 64,832 to 64,655 and the population of ward 24 
increased from 53,023 to 53,200. This makes no change in the total population of the city. 

RocHESTBB, N. Y.— Population increased from 162,435 to 162,608, owing to an increase in the population of 
ward 14 from 9,048 to 9,221. 

St. Paul, Minn.— Population decreased from 163,632 to 163,065, owing to a decrease in the population of ward 
11 from 5,047 to 4,480. 

Yoke, Pa.— Population increased from 33,654 to 33,708, owing to an increase in the population of ward 12 from 
4,540 to 4,594. 

As shown by table 3, New York, under the act of consolidation which became efEective January 1, 1898, has grown 
to be a city of very nearly 3,500,000 inhabitants in 1900, as compared with a population for what was formerly New 
York city of a little more than 1,500,000 in 1890, and of substantially 1,200,000 in 1880. The population of the 
territory now comprised within the present limits of New York was, approximately, 2,500,000 in 1890 and 1 900 000 in 
1880. It is the premier city of the country in point of population, a position which it has uniformly held at each 
decennial census since and inoltwJing 1790. 



5 



Chicago, with practically 1,700,000 inhabitants, and Philadelphia, with not quite 1,300,000 inhabitants, hold the 
second and third places in 1900, the same as in 1890, although at the census of 1880 their positions were reversed, 
Philadelphia then having very nearly 850,000 inhabitants as compared with not much more than 500,000 for Chicago. 

St. Louis, Boston, and Baltimore, the next largest cities, have not changed their rank in 1900 as compared with 
1890, and each of these three cities now has a population somewhat in excess of half a million. Boston was the fourth 
city m rank in 1880, but was passed by St. Louis in 1890, while Baltimore has occupied the sixth place at each of the 
three census periods considered. 

Cleveland and Buffalo have both increased materially in population during the last ten years, and now take 
precedence over San Francisco and Cincinnati, which in ] 890 were the seventh and eighth places in point of population. 
Pittsburg also shows a large increase in population since 1890, and is now the eleventh largest city in the country, 
having exchanged places with New Orleans. 

Among the most notable changes in the rank of cities which have taken place in 1900, as compared with 1880, may 
be mentioned that of Seattle, which has advanced from the 150th to the 48th place ; that of Los Angeles from the 135th 
to the 36th place; that of Duluth from the 156th to the '72d place; that of Kansas City, Kans., from the 153d to the 
V6th place; and that of Portland, Oregon, from the 106th to the 42d place. Other noticeable changes in rank from 
1880 to 1900 are Birmingham, from 154 to 99; Tacoma, from 155 to 103; Spokane, from 157 to 105; Dallas, from 
137 to 88; and Saginaw, from 136 to 89. 

The total population represented by the 159 cities is distributed by states in table 4, as follows: 

Table 4.— COMBINED POPULATION OF THE 159 CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, 

DISTRIBUTED BY STATES. 



STATES. 


Num- 
ber 
of 

cities. 


POPULATION. 


INCREASE 

1890 TO 


FEOM 

1900. 


INCEEASE 
1880 TO 


FEOM 
1890. 




1900 


1890 


1880 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Percent. 


The United States. 


159 


19,694,625 


14,855,489 


9,933,927 


4,839,136 


32.5 


4,921,562 


49 5 






North Atlantic division 


70 


10,098,696 


7,585,202 


5,632,002 


2,513,494 


33.1 


1,953,200 


34.6 






MfliTift 


1 

1 
20 
3 
5 
12 
10 
13 

11 


50,145 

56,987 

1,637,164 

243,032 

330,730 

4,457,033 

906,747 

2,416,858 

1,302,528 


36,425 

44,126 

1,249,298 

180,609 

228,559 

3,313,871 

665,479 

1,866,835 

1,091,221 


33,810 

32,630 

930,101 

139,937 

162,146 

2,471,385 

460,439 

1,401,554 

816,361 


13,720 
12,861 

387,866 
62,423 

102,171 
1,143,162 

241,268 

550,023 

211,307 


37.6 
29.1 
31.0 
31.6 
44.7 
34.4 
36.2 
29.4 

19.3 


2,615 
11,496 
319, 197 
40,672 
66,413 
842,486 
205,010 
465,281 

274,860 


7.7 


Nftw TTaTTipHhlrP 


35 2 




34.3 


Rhode Island- __ _ 


29.0 




40.9 


New York 


34.0 


New Jersey _ 


44.5 




33.1 


South Atlantic divifiion 


33.6 






Delaware 


1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 

48 


76,508 
508,957 
278,718 
131,674 

38,878 

55,807 
183,557 

28,429 

6,071,861 


61,431 
434,439 
200,392 
116,259 

34,522 

54,955 
142,022 

17,201 

4,482,829 


42,478 
332,313 
177,624 
85,566 
30,737 
49,984 
90,009 
7,650 

2,454,327 


15, 077 
74,518 
48,326 
15,415 
4,356 
852 
41,535 
11,228 

1,589,032 


24.5 
17.1 
20.9 
13.2 
12.6 
1.5 
29.2 
65.2 

35.4 


18,953 
102,126 

52,768 

30,693 
3,785 
4,971 

52,013 
9,551 

2,028,502 


44.6 




30.7 


District of Columbia 


29.7 
35.8 




12.3 




9.9 




57.7 




124.8 




82.6 






Ohio . .. 

Indiana 


9 
5 
7 
5 
5 
3 
, 6 
3 
3 
2 

18 


1,206,918 
345,958 

1,915,145 
468,422 
402,687 
418,752 
218,259 
841,969 
168,725 
85,026 

1,188,361 


907,970 
243,621 
1,259,348 
361,113 
2S->,391 
331,009 
184,576 
636,810 
203,668 
69,323 

939,790 


620,682 
170,538 
613,426 
195,679 
161,871 
89,198 
102,026 
438,734 
43,521 
18,652 

■ 644,586 


298,948 

102,337 

655,797 

107,309 

117,296 

87,743 

33,683 

205,159 

134,943 

15,703 

248,571 


32.9 
42.0 
52.0 
29.7 
41.1 
26.5 
18.2 
32.2 
117.1 
22.6 

26.4 


287,288 
73,083 
645,922 
165,434 
123, .520 
241,811 
82,5.50 
198,076 
160,117 
50,671 

295,205 


46.2 
42.8 




105.2 




84.5 




76.3 




271.0 




80.9 




45.1 




367.9 




271.6 




45.7 








4 
4 
3 
1 
5 
1 


302,339 
248,312 
107,230 
287,104 
205,069 
38,307 


244,985 
192,298 

79,137 
242,039 
155,457 

26,874 


190,567 
99,527 
48,931 

216,090 
76,332 
13,138 


57,354 
56,014 
28,093 
45,065 
49.612 
12,433 


23.4 
29.1 
35.4 
18.6 
31.9 
48.0 


54,418 
92,771 
30,206 
25,949 
79,125 
12,736 


28.5 




93.2 


Alabama 


61.7 
12.0 




10D.6 


Arkansas 


96.9 



1 Decrease. 



6 

Table 4.— COMBINED POPULATION OF THE 159 CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, 

DISTRIBUTED BY STATES— Continued. 



STATES. 


Num- 
her 
of 

cities. 


POPULATION. 


INOKEASE FEOM 

1890 TO 1900. 


INCREASE TT.OIS. 

1880 TO 1890. 




1900 


1890 


1880 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Percent. 


Western division 


12 

1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
4 


1,033,179 


756,447 


386,652 


276,732 


36.5 


369,795 


95.6 




Montana 


30,470 
162,016 

!J3,531 
155,233 

90,426 
541,503 


10,723 
131,271 
44,843 
98,765 
46,385 
424,460 


3,363 

38,846 

20,768 

4,981 

17,577 

301,117 


19,747 
30,745 
8,688 
56,468 
44,041 
117,043 


184.1 
23.4 
19.3 
57. i 
94.9 
27.5 


7,360 
92,425 
24,075 
93,784 
28,808 
123,343 


218.8 
237.9 
115.9 
1,882.8 
163.8 
40.9 


Colorado 


Utah 


Washington 


Oregon 


California- . 





The following named states and territories in 1900 do not contain any city with a population of 25,000 or more : 
Arizona, Idaho, Indian Territory, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South 
Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming. 

Of the whole number of cities having 25,000 inhabitants or more in 1900, 10 are found in the North Atlantic 
division, 48 in the North Central division, 18 in the South Central division, 12 in the Western division, and 11 in the 
South Atlantic division. Massachusetts has the largest number of such cities, namely, 20, and is followed by Penn- 
sylvania with 18 and New York with 12. 

The most significant growth of cities, shown by the above table, is that for the three cities in the state of Wash- 
ington, namely, Seattle, Spokane, and Tacoma. These three cities combined had only 4,981 inhabitants in 1880, but 
their population had increased to 98,765 in 1890, and to 155,233 in 1900, the increase during the past decade being 
equivalent to 57.1 per cent. 

Nebraska is the only state in which the combined population of the cities contained therein shows a decrease from 
1890 to 1900. 

Of the total population represented by the 159 cities in 1900 (19,694,625), 10,098,696, or 51.3 per cent, is 
contained in the 70 cities situated in the North Atlantic division, and 6,071,861, or 30.8 per cent, in the 48 cities 
situated in the North Central division, leaving only 3,524,068, or 17.9 per cent, for the remaining cities situated in 
the other three geographical divisions. 

Table 5 shows the population of each city having 25,000 inhabitants or more in 1900, arranged by states giving 
in each case the population by wards or equivalent subdivisions. ' 



Table 5.-P0PULATI0N OP CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, WITH POPULATION BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS, ARRANGED BY STATES. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 



Alai ama : 

Birmingham. 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 5 

Ward 6 — 

Ward 7 

Ward 8 

Ward 9 



Mobile . 



Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 - 
Ward 4. 

Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 _ 
Ward 7 _ 
Ward 8 _ 



Montgomery , 
Ward 1 ._:_. 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 



Eela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



134 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



38,415 
4,842 
5,450 
1,986 
2,015 

6,788 
2,949 
5,093 
5,260 
4,032 

38, 469 

4,670 

876 

811 

1, 656 

3,436 

7,245 

9,390 

10, 385 

30, 346 
4,026 
6,437 
3,629 
8,424 
5,070 
2,760 



STATES, CITIES, AND WARDS. 



Arkansas : 

Little Rock- 
Ward 1 .._. 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 



Ward 4- 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 - 
Ward 7 . 
Ward 8 - 



California : 

Los Angeles... 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 5 _ 
Ward 6 _ 
Ward 7 - 
Wai-d 8 - 
Ward 9 _ 

Oakland.. 
Ward 1 . 
Ward 2 . 
Ward 3 _ 
Ward 4 _ 
Ward 5 . 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



100 



36 



56 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



38,307 
3,856 
6,730 
6,905 

3,249 
4,868 
4,158 
3,790 
4,751 



102, 479 
8,341 
12,134 
12, 063 
16,785 

10,747 
14,044 
13, 532 
8,594 
6,239 

66, 960 
7,265 
9,722 
9,060 
9,969 
7,866 



STATES, CITIES, AND WARDS. 



California— Continued. 
Oaklan • 1— Continued. 
Ward 6 .. 
Wai-d 7 . . 



Sacramento . 
Ward 1 _ 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 . 



Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 . 
Ward 7 . 



Ward 8 

Ward 9 II 



San Francisco 

Assembly district 28 
Assembly district 29 
Assembly district 30 
Assembly district 31_ 
Assembly district 32 



Assembly 
Assembly 
Assembly 
Assembly 
Assembly 
Assembly 
Assembly 



district 33.. 
district 34.. 
district 35. 
district 36.. 
district 87.. 
district 88.. 
district 39.. 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 
in ' 
1900. 



138 



Popula- 
tion in 
190o. 



11,661 
n,417 

29,282 
2,109 
2,840 
2,892 
2,865 

4,064 
3,627 
4,238 
3,662 
., 3,205 

342,782 
15,731 
15,299 
15,347 
15,871 
14,037 

18,758 
.21,841 
17, 647 
27,836 
23,923 
19, 977 
19,905 



Table 5.— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, WITH POPULATION BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS, ARRANGED BY STATES— Continued. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WARDS. 



Calif omia^Continued . 

San Francisco — Continued. 

Assembly district 40 

Assembly district 41 



Assembly district 42_. 
Assembly district 43_, 
Assembly district 44^ 
Assembly district 4B-. 



Colorado : 

Denver 

Ward 1 _ 

Ward 2- 

Ward 3- 

Ward 4. 

Ward 5- 

Ward 6, 

Ward 7, 

Ward 8- 



Eela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



Ward 9_ 
Ward 10 . 
Ward U - 
Ward 12- 

Ward 13 - 
Ward 14 _ 
Ward 15 _ 
Ward 16 . 



Pueblo - 



Wardl. 
Ward 2. 
Wards. 

Ward 4. 
Ward 5 _ 
Ward 6- 
Ward7. 
Ward 8- 



Connecticut : 
Bridgeport . 



Voting district 1_. 
Voting district 2-. 
Voting district 3-. 

Voting district 4-. 

Voting district 5-. 

Voting district 6_. 

Voting district 7- 

Voting district 8-. 

Voting district 9-. 
Voting district 10- 
Voting district 11_ 
Voting district 12- 



Hartford __ 
Ward 1. 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4. 
Ward 5- 



Ward 6- 
Ward 7. 
Ward 8- 
Ward 9- 
Ward 10 - 



New Britain. 



Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 _ 
Wards. 
Ward 4- 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 - 



NewHaven_ 
Ward 1 — 
Ward 2 — 
Ward 3 — 



Ward 4 

Ward 6 — 

Ward 6 — 

Ward 7 



Ward 8 

Ward 9 

Ward 10 

Ward 11 



Ward 12 . 
Ward 13 - 
Ward 14 _ 
Ward 15 - 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



54 



49 



155 



31 



22, 472 
24,235 

15,472 
23, 003 
18, 6S1 
12,797 



133, 859 
4,682 
5,915 
8,021 

9,304 
6,951 

12,249 
7,821 

10,402 

12, 339 
12,376 
10, 750 
10,785 

6,164 
2,485 
6,921 
6,691 

28,157 
3,491 
2, 732 
4,048 

3,306 
3,448 
3,355 
4,505 
3,272 



70, 996 
5,542 
7,679 
3,233 

5,478 
4,841 
7,093 
5,631 
3,919 

6,214 
9,633 
5,165 
6,568 

79,850 
8,364 
9,771 
8, .519 
7,302 
5,558 

6,433 
9,200 
8,539 
7,677 
8,487 

26,998 
3,518 
3,725 
3,857 
4,267 
5,040 
5,591 

108, 027 
4, 850 
8,134 
12, 637 

13,751 
4,768 
6, 250 
9,504 

7,620 

,11,427 

7,823 

,5, 520 

, 9,228 
2, 695 
1,851 
1,969 



STATES, CITIES, AND WAKDS. 



Connecticut— Continued. 

Waterbury 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 



Delaware : 

Wilmington . 
Ward 1 __. 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 5- 

Ward 6- 

Ward 7- 

Ward 8- 

Ward 9- 
Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 _ 
Ward 12 _ 



District of Columbia ; 
Washington 



Florida: 

Jacksonville . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 . 
Ward 7 . 
Ward 8 - 
Ward 9 - 

Georgia: 
Atlanta. 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



51 



142 



Ward 1 ... 
Ward 2 ... 
Ward 3 — . 



Ward 4 _ 
Ward 5 _ 
Ward 6 _ 
Ward 7 _ 

Augusta . 
Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 . 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4 . 
Ward 5 - 



Savannah . 



Illinois: 

Chicago 

Ward 1- 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3- 

Ward 4- 

Ward 5- 

Ward 6- 

Ward 7. 

Ward 8- 

Ward 9- 
Ward 10 _ 
Ward 11 _ 
Ward 12 - 
Ward 13 . 

Ward 14 . 
Ward 15 . 
Ward 16 - 
Ward 17 - 
Ward 18- 

Ward 19 . 
Ward 20 . 
Ward 21 - 
Ward 22 . 
Ward 23 . 

Ward 24 . 
Ward 25 - 
Ward 26 - 
Ward 27 . 

Ward 28- 
Ward 29 . 
Ward 30 - 
Ward 31 . 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



43 



94 



4.5,859 
9,408 
6,920 
9,399 

10, 757 
9,375 



76,508 
3,041 
5,660 
5,375 
4,037 

8,966 

6,061 

12, 816 



7,304 
6,409 
3,800 
4,291 



278,718 



28,429 
1,949 
4,645 
3,086 
3,007 

2,289 
3,772 
3,589 
4,201 
1,891 



89,872 
15, 596 
14, 628 
12,943 

17,072 
12, 415 
14, 754 
2,464 

39, 441 
6,329 
4,573 
6,672 

15,643 
6,224 

54,244 



, 698, 575 
24, 274 
28,547 
32, 989 

37, 029 
43, 315 
60, 216 
36,814 
38,742 

51,639 
91, 097 
37,533 
75, 507 
47, 327 

71,528 
79,944 
64,859 
20, 713 
20, 503 

46, 929 
29, 577 
34,105 
32,767 
33,424 

35,830 
54,588 
70,757 
39,131 

31,013 

41,214 

106, 124 

56, 576 



STATES, CITIES, AND WARDS. 



Illinois— Continued. 
Chicago— Continued. 

Ward 32 

Ward 33 

Ward 34 

Ward 35 



East St. Louis . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 



Joliet 

Ward 1 . 
Ward 2 . 
Ward 3 . 
Ward 4- 
Ward 5 - 
Ward 6 - 
Ward 7 _ 



Peoria 

Wardl. 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 . 
Ward 4 . 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 . 
Ward 7- 



Quincv 

Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 - 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4 - 
Ward 5 - 
Ward 6 - 
Ward 7 - 



Eockford- 
Ward 1 -. 
Ward 2 -. 
Ward 3 -. 
Ward 4 .. 
Ward 5 .. 
Ward 6 .. 
Ward 7 .. 



Springfield . 
Ward 1 -. 
Ward 2 .-. 
Wards... 
Ward 4 -. 
Ward 5 -. 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 — 



Indiana: 

Evansville . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 -.. 



Ward 4- 
Ward 5 - 
Ward 6 - 
Ward 7 - 



Fort Wayne- 
Ward 1 — 
Ward 2 — 

Ward 3 

Ward 4—, 
Ward 5— .. 



Ward 6. 
Ward 7. 
Ward 8. 
Ward 9- 
Ward 10 - 



Indianapolis . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



Ward 9- 
Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 . 
Ward 12 _ 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



137 



67 



108 



130 



116 



83 



8 

Table 5.— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, WITH POPULATION BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS. ARRANGED BY STATES— Continued. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WARDS. 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WABDS. 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WABDS. 



Bela^ 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



Indiana^-Continued. 

Indi anapolis — Continued. 

Ward 13 

Ward U 

Ward 15 



South Bend . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 .... 



109 



Terre Haute., 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



Ward 6. 
Ward 7. 
Ward 8- 
Ward 9. 
Ward 10 . 



lOTra: 

Cedar Eapids-. 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 



Ward 4 . 
Ward 5 - 
Ward 6 . 
Ward 7 . 
Wards. 



Council Bluffs- 
Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 6 

Ward 6 



Davenport . 
Wardl... 
Ward 2 ... 
Ward S ... 
Ward 4 ... 
Wards... 
Ward 6 ... 



Des Moines.. 
Ward 1 .... 
Ward 2 .... 
Ward 3 .... 
Ward 4 .... 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 .... 



Dubuque. 
Ward 1 . 
Ward 2. 
Wards. 
Ward 4. 
Wards. 



Sioux City. 
Ward 1 ... 
Ward 2 __. 
Ward 3 .. 
Ward 4 ... 

Ward S ... 
Ward 6 ... 
Ward 7 ... 
Wards... 



Kansas: 

I&nsas City.. 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward S 

Ward 6 



1S6 



114 



107 



123 



Topeka.. 



Wardl. 
Ward 2. 
Ward S . 
Ward 4 . 
WaidS. 
Ward 6 . 



121 



9,371 
9,341 
11,106 

3S,999 
S,010 
5,793 
4,696 
5,246 
4,592 
5,707 
4,955 

36,673 
2,755 
4,883 
2,755 
3,028 
3,007 

3,543 
3,898 
4,104 
4,124 
4,576 



25,656 
1,923 
3,481 
3,443 

3,388 

2,947 
4,744 
2,722 
3,008 

25,802 
4,320 
4,580 
4,137 
8,641 
4,852 
4,272 

35,264 
3,347 
6,270 
7,130 
6,372 
6,527 
5,608 

62, 139 
9,407 
8,538 

11, 109 
9,344 
8,325 

10,757 
4,659 

36,297 
6,888 
4,743 
6,886 
7,361 

11,419 

33,111 
4,639 
3,134 
8,075 
4,419 

4,883 
4,416 
2,407 
1,138 



51,418 
6,606 
8,713 
9,839 
6,553 
8,923 

11,784 

83,608 
6,628 
8,650 
7,571 
6,119 
3,649 



Kentucky: 
Covington.. 
Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 ... 
Ward 3 ... 
Ward 4 ... 
Ward 5 ... 
Ward 6 ... 

Lexington.. 
Ward 1 ... 
Ward 2 ... 
Ward 3 __ . 
Ward 4... 



Louisville _., 
Ward l-_ 
Ward 2.- 
Ward 3... 
Ward 4... 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



Ward 9. 
Ward 10 . 
Ward 11 . 
Ward 12 . 



Newport.. 
Ward 1 . 
Ward 2 . 
Ward 3 . 
Ward 4- 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6- 



Louisiana : 

New Orleans.. 
Ward l-__. 
Ward 2_... 
Ward 3 



Ward 4.. 
Ward S.- 
Ward 6.. 
Ward 7.. 
Ward 8.. 

Ward 9... 
Ward 10 ... 
Ward 11 ... 
Ward 12 ... 
Ward 13 .. 



Ward 14 . 
Ward 15 . 
Ward 16 . 
Ward 17 . 

Maine : 

Portland .. 
Wardl.. 
Ward 2 .. 
Wards.. 
Ward 4 ._ 



Ward 6.. 
Ward 6 .. 
Ward 7 .. 
Ward 8 .. 
Ward 9 .. 

Maryland : 
Baltimore _ 
Ward 1_ 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3. 
Ward 4. 

Ward 5. 
Ward 6. 
Ward 7- 
Ward 8. 
Ward 9. 

Ward 10 . 
Ward U . 
Ward 12 _ 
Ward 13 . 
Ward 14- 

Ward 15 . 
Ward 16 . 
Ward 17 . 
Ward 18 _ 
Ward 19 . 



152 



18 



42,938 
7,045 
6,680 
5,778 
7,732 
5,729 
9,974 

26,369 
6,377 
7,033 
9,432 
4,627 

204,731 
17,640 
16, 155 
20, 105 
12, SOS 

15,791 
11, 160 
11, 675 
10,610 

11,125 
15,128 
30,505 
32,629 

28,301 
4,391 
4,530 
4,623 
5,239 
3,994 
5 624 



287,104 
14,754 
16, 756 
31,663 

14,558 
23,261 
15,216 
27,315 
12,064 

21,748 
22,324 
24,022 
16,879 
12,452 

9,935 
14,775 
4,898 
4,484 



50,145 
7,022 
5,784 
5,683 
5,298 

4,832 
5,197 
8,120 
4,052 
4,157 



508,957 
21,176 
20,700 
20,447 
22,071 

20,751 
20, 767 
21,237 
21,096 
24,117 

21,985 
19, 201 
23,584 
21,862 
21,307 

21,007 
22,987 
20,425 
23,080 
20, 203 



Maryland— Continued. 
Baltimore — Continued. 

Ward 20 

Ward 21 

Ward 22 

Ward 23 

Ward 24 



Massachusetts : 

Boston 

Ward 1 — 
Ward 2 — 
Ward 3 — 

Ward 4—. 

Ward 5 — 

Ward 6—. 

Ward 7— . 

Ward S— . 



Ward 9 — 
Ward 10 — 
Ward 11 — . 
Ward 12 — . 
Ward 13 — . 



Wardl4__ 
Ward 15 — 
Ward 16 — 
Ward 17 — 



Ward 18 - 
Ward 19 - 
Ward 20 - 
Ward 21 . 

Ward 22 - 
Ward 23 - 
Ward 24 - 
Ward 25 - 

Brockton- 
Ward 1 — 
Ward 2 — 
Ward 3 — 
Ward 4 — 
Ward 6 — 
Ward 6 .. 
Ward 7 - 



Cambridge . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 — 
Wards 

Chelsea- 



Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Wards... 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 



Fall River.. 
Ward 1 ... 
Ward 2... 
Ward 3 — . 
Ward 4—. 

Ward 5 ... 
Ward 6... 
Ward 7 ... 
Ward 8 — . 
Ward 9 ... 



Htchburg - 
Ward 1 .. 
Ward 2 ._ 
Ward 3 — 
Ward 4 ._ 
Ward 5 — 
Ward 6 .. 



Gloucester.. 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 .... 
Ward 4 



Ward 5 ... 
Ward 6 ... 
Ward 7 ... 
Wards... 

Haverhill .. 
Ward 1 ... 
Ward 2 .. 
Ward 3 .. 
Ward 4... 



92 



41 



117 



128 



153 



9 



Table 5.— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, WITH POPULATION BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS, ARRANGED BY STATES— Continued. 



STATES, CITIES, AKD WAEDS. 



Massachusetts — Continued. 
Haverhill — Continued. 

Wards 

Wards 

Ward 7 



Holyoke 

Ward 1 ... 
Ward 2... 

Ward 3 

Ward 4... 
Ward 5 — . 
Ward 6— . 
Ward 7 ... 

Lawrence _ 

Ward 1 

Ward 2. _ 
Ward S.- 
Ward 4 ._ 
Ward 5 .. 
Ward 6 — 



Lowell 

Ward 1 . 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3 - 
Ward 4. 

Ward 5 - 
Ward 6- 
Ward 7 - 
Wa]-d 8 - 
Ward 9- 

Lyun. 



Relar 
live 
rank 

in 
1900. 



82 



57 



Ward 1 _ 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 . 
Ward 4 _ 
Ward 5 - 
Ward 6- 
Ward7- 

Malden 

Wardl. 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3- 
Ward4. 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 . 
Ward 7- 



New Bedford- 
Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Wards 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 



Newton — 
Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 - 
WardS- 

^ Ward 4 - 
Ward 5- 
Ward6. 
Ward 7. 

Salem 

Wardl. 
Ward 2- 
Ward 3 . 
Ward 4 - 
Ward 5- 
Ward6- 



Somerville . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 — 
Ward 3 — 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 — 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 — 



Springfield _ 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 5- 
Ward 6 . 
Ward 7 - 
Ward 8- 



55 



58 



122 



110 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



12,064 
7,245 
5,12S 

45, 712 
6,930 
9,5-28 
6,313 
7,106 
4,296 
6,214 
5,325 

62,559 
9,804 
8,537 
10,159 
11,722 
11,821 
10,516 

94,969 
8,248 
10,821 
10,052 
9,315 

8,973 

10, 706 

18,490 

9,655 

8,709 

68,513 
1,828 
4,310 
15,343 
12, 808 
13,879 
17,219 
3,126 

33,664 
4,578 
5,565 
4,349 
4,705 
4,651 
5,285 
4,528 

62,442 
16, 765 
8,285 
5,826 
6,632 
9,139 
15,795 

33,587 
4,509 
5,719 
5,493 
3,912 
5,663 
5,151 
3,140 

35,956 
4,899 
5,705 
4,489 
5,153 

11, 144 
4,566 

61,643 
10,047 
12, 060 
7,088 
6,818 
9,022 
8,934 
7,668 

62, 059 
10,148 
8,739 
5,579 
6,813 

6,462 

7,103 

7,054 

10, 161 



STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 



Massachusetts— Continued. 

Taunton 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 



Ward 4 -, 
Ward 5 — , 
Ward 6 _. 
Ward 7 — 
Ward 8 -_ 



Worcester . 
Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 -_ 
Ward 3 - 
Ward 4 — 



Ward 5 — 
Ward 6 — 
Ward 7 _ 
Ward 8 .. 

Michigan : 

Bay City — 

Ward 1- 

Ward 2- 

Ward 3- 

Ward 4- 

Ward 5- 

Ward 6. 

Ward 7- 

Ward 8- 
Ward 9- 
Ward 10 _ 
Ward 11 - 



Detroit 

Ward 1. 
Ward 2- 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4. 



Ward 5- 

Ward 6- 

Ward 7- 

Ward 8- 

Ward 9- 

WardlO- 
Ward 11 - 
Ward 12 - 
Ward 13 - 

Ward 14 . 
Ward 15 - 
Ward 16 - 
Ward 17 - 



Grand Rapids- 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 5—, 

Ward 6 — 

Ward 7 — 

Ward 8- 

Ward 9 — 
Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 - 
Ward 12 - 



Jackson — 
Ward 1 - 
^Vard 2 - 
Ward 3 - 
Ward 4. 

Ward 5 - 
Ward 6- 
Ward 7 - 
Ward 8 - 



Relar 
tive 

rank, 
in 

1900. 



131 



29 



13 



159 



Saginaw 

Ward 1. 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3. 



Ward 
Ward 



Ward 6. 
Ward 7. 
Ward 8. 
Ward 9- 
Ward 10 . 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



31,036 
3,116 
3,104 
3,143 

3,953 
4,403 
3,384 
3,375 
6,568 

118,421 
12,889 
16, 502 
16,369 
16,862 

18,624 
14, 329 
12,852 
10,004 



27,628 
3,213 
1,304 
1,266 

3,529 
2,533 
1,943 
1,318 

6,492 
1,458 
1,933 
2,640 

285,704 
15,849 
12,583 
16, 927 
15, 995 

19, 191 
17,619 
17, 663 
17, 101 
28,281 

21,180 
18, 898 
17, 950 
15,177 

13, 658 
9,313 

18, 605 
9.714 

87, 565 
6,941 
4,538 
8,346 
8,684 

9,348 
11,285 
7,912 
3,957 

5,467 
8,128 
7,084 
5,875 

25,180 
1,813 
3,023 
2,110 
3,977 

3,186 
4,057 
3, 930 
3,084 

42,345 
3,177 
3,617 
1,545 
3,089 
4,363 

2,198 
4,858 
1,913 
1,639 
3,405 



STATES, CITIES, AND WAKDS. 



Miclugan— Continued. 
Saginaw — Continued. 

Ward 11 -. 

Ward 12 

Ward 18 

Ward 14 

Ward 16 



Minnesota : 

Duluth 

Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3- 

Ward 4 - 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 - 
Ward 7 _ 
Ward 8 - 



Minneapolis- 
Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 — 
Ward 4 — 



Ward 5- 
Ward 6- 
Ward 7. 
Ward 8- 
Ward 9- 

WardlO- 
Ward 11 . 
Ward 12 . 
Ward 13 . 

St. Paul 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



Ward 6- 
Ward 7- 
Ward 8- 
Ward 9- 
Ward 10 . 
Ward 11 - 



Missouri : 

Kansas City - 
Ward 1 — 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 — 



Ward 4- 
Ward 5- 
Ward 6- 
Ward 7- 
Ward 8- 

Ward 9- 
Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 - 
Ward 12 - 
Ward 13 - 
Ward 14 . 

St. Joseph - 
Ward 1 — 
Ward 2 — 
Ward 3 - 
Ward 4 .. 

Ward 5 - 
Ward 6 - 
Ward 7 - 
Ward 8 - 
Ward 9 - 



St. Louis 

Ward 1. 
Ward 2- 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4- 

Ward 5- 
Ward 6- 
Ward 7- 
Ward 8- 
Ward 9. 

Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 - 
Ward 12 - 
Ward 13 - 
Ward 14 _ 



Relar 
Hve 
rank. 

in 
1900. 



23 



10 



Table 5.- 



-POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, WITH POPULATION BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS, ARRANGED BY STATES— Continued. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WARDS. 


Rela- 
tive 

rank 
in 

1900. 


Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 


STATES, CITIES, AND WABDS. 


Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 


Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 


STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 


Rela- 
tive 

rank 
in 

1900. 


Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 


Missouri — Continued . 
tit. Louis— Continued. 




17,544 
21,408 
18,953 
18,799 

20,245 
18,803 
18,173 
16, 974 
17,985 

27,317 
21,311 
23,425 
20,599 
27,998 

30,470 
2,190 
4,258 
4,211 

■2,146 
3,927 
2, 974 
4,899 
5,865 

40, 169 
3,675 
4, 902 
8,988 

7,777 
7,487 
4,018 
3,322 

102, 655 
10,124 
14, 839 
11, 682 
10,717 

8,997 
16,984 

9,492 
11,066 

8,656 

26, 001 

10,672 

8,238 

5,276 

1,916 

66,987 
3,625 
5,601 
7,320 
6,922 

9,094 
4,880 
1,757 
6,508 
7,986 
4,394 

27,838 
6,236 
6,830 
7,656 
8,116 

32,722 
4,582 

13,166 
5,572 
3,593 
5,819 

75,936 
8,283 
7,158 
4,592 
4,950 
7,971 

7,373 
8,151 
7, 760 
6,337 


New Jersey— Continued. 
Camden— Continued. 




3,894 
4,580 

52,130 
5,299 
4,015 
6,378 
3,931 

4,761 
3,611 
4,548 
6,178 

4,154 
2,699 
3,334 
3,222 

59,364 
10, 955 
8,472 
14, 218 
14,988 
10,736 

206,433 
19, 190 
19,185 
17,392 
13,133 

14,204 
15, 540 
14, 186 
19,112 

■14,937 
15,505 
22,754 
21,295 

246, 070 
13,805 
13, 670 
21,370 
11, 111 

15,103 
17,821 
14,531 
13,651 
12,086 

18,313 
18,632 
16,912 
21,194 
23,359 
14, 612 

27,777 
12,663 
4,338 
3,444 
7,332 

105,171 
10,950 
15, 009 
23,780 
14,178 

12,898 
3,910 
6,693 

17,753 

73,307 
4,901 
3,896 
5,361 
8,146 

8,706 
3,091 
4,475 
3,688 
6,933 

6,358 
7,679 
2,644 
5,081 
2,449 


New York: 


40 


94, 151 


Ward 1 


6,366 


Ward 16 -I— _ I 




Ward 12 




Ward 2 




5,540 
5,370 
4,741 


Ward 17 




Elizabeth 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 


74 


Ward 4 




Ward 19 




Ward 5 

Ward 6 




5,155 
4,466 


Ward 21 

Ward 22 




Ward 3 — - 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 





Ward 7 — 

Ward 8 





4,966 
4,949 


, Ward 23 




Ward 9 




4,054 






Ward 10' 






Ward 24 


Ward 6 




4,530 


Ward ■'"} 




Ward 7 




Ward 11 




4,597 




Ward 8 




Ward 12 




5,960 


Ward V 








Ward 13 




4,464 


Ward 28 




Ward 14 




4,928 


Montana ; 


133 


Ward 9 

Ward 10 


--' 


Wnrrl 15 




4,141 
6 007 


Ward 11 





Ward 16 






Ward 12 





Ward 17 




4^221 
3,639 


Ward 2 






63 


Ward 18 




Ward 3 




Ward 19 




6,077 






Ward 1 


Auburn 


135 




Ward 4 


Ward 2 




30,345 






Ward 3 




Ward 1 


3,910 


Ward 6 




Wardl 




Ward 2 




3,689 


Ward 7 _ - 




Ward 5 




Ward 3 




1,992 


Wards 




Jersey City 


17 


Ward 4 




3,671 
1,894 




91 


Ward 5 




Nebr&ska : 


Wnrd fi 




Ward 1 


3,310 
2,560 
3,384 
2,856 
3,079 




Ward 2 








Ward 2 




Ward 3 




Ward 8 




Ward 3 




Ward 4 




Ward 9 








Ward 5 




Ward 10 




Ward 4 


Binghamton 


93 


Ward 5 ^ _. 




Ward 6 




39 647 


Ward 6 




Ward 7 




Ward 1 


5,701 
2 5*^6 


Ward 7 




Ward 8 




Ward 2 






35 


Ward 9 




Ward 3 




4! 674 


Omaha 


Ward 4 




1,643 


Wardl 


Ward 10 




Ward 5 




Ward 2. ___ 




Ward 11 




3 571 


Ward 3 




Ward 12 




Ward 6 






Ward 4 




Newark _ __ 


16 






3,816 
1,862 
1,292 






Ward 8 




Wards 


Ward 1 


Ward 9 




Ward 6 _ 




Ward 2 




Ward 10 




Ward 7- 




Ward 3 




2,532 
4,117 
3,362 


Ward 8 




Ward 4 




Ward 11 


" 


Ward 9.. _ 




Ward 6 










154 


Ward 13 




South Omalia 


Ward 6 




Buffalo 

Ward 1 


8 




Wardl_ 


Ward 7 




352,387 


Ward 2 




Ward 8 




6,488 


Ward 3 








Ward 2 , _ 




9,201 


Ward 4 




Ward 10 




Ward 3 _ 




9,853 




65 


Ward 4 




10,028 


New Hampshire : 


Ward 11 




Ward 5 






Manchester 


Ward 12 




16,611 


Ward 1 


Ward 13 




Ward 6 




7,371 


Ward 2 




Ward 14 




Ward 7 




8,636 


Ward 3 - 




Ward 15 




Ward 8 




9,532 


Ward 4 ,. 






149 


Ward 9 




16, 177 






Ward 10 






Ward 5 


Ward 1 


8,009 
29,414 


Ward 6 




Ward 2 




Ward 11 




Ward 7 




Ward 3 




Ward 12 




Ward 8 




Ward 4 




Ward 13 




9,8.S8 
29,326 


Ward 9 




Paterson 


32 


Ward 14 




Ward 10 _ 




Ward 15 






148 


Ward 1 


9 "■57 


New Jersey : 


Ward 2 ._ 




Ward 16 




8,337 


Atlantic City 


Ward 3 




Ward 17 _ _ 




18,190 
29,071 
11,708 


Ward 1 


Wardl 




Ward 18 




Ward 2 




Ward 5 




Ward 19 


Ward 3— 




Ward 20 




Ward 4.- 




Ward 6 




8,897 
13 604 




124 


Ward 7 

Ward 8 _ 




Ward 21 




Bavonne __ 


Ward 22 




15,587 
12,858 
25,694 
20,985 

35,672 
2,494 
4,110 
3,477 


Wardl 


Trenton _ 


53 


Ward "^3 




Ward 2 __ 




Ward "1 




Wards _ .. 




Ward 1 .. 


Ward 25 




Ward 4 

Ward 5- 




Ward 2-_ 





Elmira___ _ 


112 




52 


Ward 4 

Ward 6 




Ward 1 

Ward 2 




Ward 1 


Ward 3 ._ 
Ward 4 


— - _ 


Ward 3 




Ward 6 

Ward 7 




Ward 5 






Ward 4 




Ward 8 


3 067 


Ward 5 . _ 


^ 


Ward 9 





Ward 6 




.1 7.14 







Ward 10 


Ward 7 




4,174 
2,343 


Ward 6 


Ward 8 




Ward 8 ~. 




Ward 11 

Ward 12 




Ward 9 




2,360 
2,799 


Ward 9 




Ward 13 




Ward 10 










Ward 14 




Ward 12:::::::::::::::;:: 




1,496 
2,627 



11 

Table 5.— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OE MORE IN 1900, WITH POPULATION BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS, ARRANGED BY STATES— Continued. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 



New York— Continued. 

New York 

Manhattan 'boroi.iKli __. 
Assembly district 1_. 
Assembly district 2_. 

Assembly district 3.. 

Assembly district 4-. 

Assembly district 5_ 

Assembly district 6- 

Assembly district 7- 



Assembly district 8- 
Assembly district 9-, 
Assembly district 10.. 
Assembly district 11_. 
Assembly district 12_, 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



Assembly district 13 

Assembly district 14__ 

Assembly district 15 

Assembly district 16— 
Assembly district 17__ 

Assembly district IS.. 
Assembly district 19— 
Assembly district 20— 
Assembly district 21— 
Assembly district 22_. 



Assembly district 23- 
Assembly district 24- 
Assembly district 25-. 
Assembly district 26- 
Assembly district 27- 

Assembly district 2S-. 
jVssembly district 29- 
Assembly district 30- 
Assembly district 31- 



Assembly district 32 

Assembly district S3 

Assembly district 34 (part 
of). 



Bronx borough 

Assembly district 34 (part 
of). 

Assembly district 35 

Annexed territory 



Brooklyn borough . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 

Ward 8 

Ward 9 

Ward 10 

Ward 11 

Ward 12 

Ward 13 

Ward 14 



Ward 15 - 
Ward 16- 
Wardl7- 
Ward 18 - 
Ward 19 - 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



Ward 20 _ 
Ward 21 - 
Ward 22 _ 
Ward 23 - 
Ward 24 _ 

Ward 25- 
Ward 26 - 
Ward 27 - 
Ward 28- 

Ward29- 
Ward 30 - 
Ward 31 - 
Ward 32 - 



Rjnbmond borough- 
Ward 1 



Ward 2 - 
Ward 3 - 
Ward 4- 
Ward5- 



8,437,202 

1,850,0V3 

26,959 

52,7(,S 


47,29,T 
76,&52 
37, 951 
64, 286 
41,979 



72,125 
42, 361 

fi.'S.TSo 
41,247 
72, S97 

37, 672 
54,847 
88,911 
73, 834 
40, 975 

45, 197 
65,025 
42, 5S6 
89, 050 
48, 796 

78,585 
51, 209 
36, 800 
56,882 
36,984 

46, 123 

51, 674 
68, 728 
78, 013 

80 379 
68, 112 



200,607 
53,02*? 

122, 395 
25,085 

1, 166, 682 

20. 327 
8,565 

17, 949 
12,568 

18, 862 
42,485 
40,471 
52,414 
42,876 

39,100 
22, 608 
30,354 
24,029 
31,483 

30,269 
56, 650 
57,309 
26, 133 
37,645 

25,446 
58, 957 
66, 575 
61, 813 
31,767 

48. 328 
66, 086 
43, 961 
77,912 

27,188 

24,700 

14, 609 

8,243 

67, 021 
21, 441 
13, 200 
13, 701 
9,516 
9,163 



STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 



New York— Continued. 
New York— Continued. 

» Queens borough 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 



Rochester - 
Ward 1- 
Ward 2- 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4- 



Warrl 
V,-ay>\ 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 - 
Ward 12 _ 
Ward 13 ^ 
Ward 14 _ 

Ward l.i _ 
Ward in _ 
Ward 17 _ 
Ward 18 - 
Ward 19 _ 
Ward 20 . 



Schenectady . 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 6 



Syracuse 

Ward 1 _ 
Ward 2- 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4- 

Ward 5- 

Ward 6- 

Ward 7 - 

Ward 8^ 

Ward 9- 

Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 - 
Ward 12 _ 
Ward 13 - 
Ward 14 _ 

Ward 15 - 
Ward 16 _ 
Ward 17 _ 
Ward 18 - 
Ward 19 - 



Troy 

Ward, 1- 
Ward 2- 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4- 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 - 
Ward 12 - 
Ward 13 - 



Utica 

Ward 1 - 
Ward 2- 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4- 



Ward 5- 
Ward 6- 
Ward 7- 
Ward 8- 
Ward 9- 

Ward 10 _ 
Ward 11 - 
Ward 12 . 
Ward 13 _ 
Ward 14 _ 
Ward 15 - 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



30 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



62 



152, 999 
48,272 
40, 903 
25, 870 
30,761 
7,193 

162, 608 
2,158 
3,327 
6,623 
5,280 

7,827 
7,529 
6,833 
12,882 
6,596 

8,380 
10,718 
11,263 
4,926 
9,221 

6,759 

7,746 
16, 640 

9,888 
11,431 

7,582 

31, 682 
2,231 
2,394 
6,386 
9,026 

11,646 

108,374 
5,255 
6,190 
6,771 
6,254 

6,654 
4,904 
4,038 
4,701 
3,925 

6,963 
6,761 
6,999 
6,430 
6,484 

5,569 
5,817 
4,668 
6,494 
5,487 

60,651 
8,527 
4,730 
2,120 
4,686 

6,890 
3,938 
5,682 
3,665 
4,396 

6,613 
3,923 
4,829 
6,852 

66,383 
1,267 
4,748 
3,179 
2,890 

2,086 
2,455 
5,577 
8,316 
' ■ 5,520 

2,598 
8,870 
4,185 
2, 826 
3,648 
3,218 



STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 



New York— Continued. 

Yonkers 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 



Ward 4 _ 
Ward 6 _ 
Ward 6 - 
Ward 7- 

Ohio: 

Akron 

Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 _ 



Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Not in wai ds- 



Canton— _ 
Ward 1 _ 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 - 

Ward 4 - 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 - 
Ward 7 - 



Cincinnati-- 
Ward 1- 
Ward 2- 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4- 

Ward 6- 

Ward 6- 

Ward 7- 

Ward 8- 

Ward 9- 

Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 -. 
Ward 12 _. 
Ward 13 _. 
Ward 14 _. 

Ward 15 - 
Ward 16 - 
Ward 17 - 
Ward IS _. 
Ward 19 -. 

Ward 20 - 
Ward 21 -. 
Ward 22- 
Ward 23 - 

Ward 24 _. 
Ward 25- 
Ward 26 -. 
Ward 27 _. 

Ward 28 _. 
Ward 29 _. 
Ward 30 - 
Ward 31- 

Cleveland-. 
Ward 1- 
Ward 2_, 
Ward 8- 
Ward 4-, 

Ward 5- 
Ward 6- 
Ward 7- 
Ward 8- 
Ward 9- 

Ward 10 _ 
Ward 11 _ 
Ward 12- 
Ward 13 - 
Ward 14- 

Ward 15 - 
Ward 16 - 
Ward 17 - 
Ward 18 - 
Ward 19 - 

Ward 20 - 
Ward 21 - 
Ward 22 _ 
Ward 23 _ 
Ward 24 _ 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



10,477 
16, 216 
11,694 
11,779 
16, 633 



12 



TABLB 5.-P0PTJLATI0N OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900 WITH POPULATION BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS, ARRANGED BY STATES-Oontinued. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WARDS. 


Eela^ 
live 
rank 

in 
1900. 


Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 


STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 


Rela- 
tive 
rank 

m 

1900. 


Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 


STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 


Kela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 


Popula: 
tionin 
1900. 


Ohio— Continued. 




19,339 
8,123 

16,709 
4,018 
4,978 

4,210 
3,968 
5,545 
5,318 
6,076 

6,899 
9,000 
12,341 
10,664 

13,559 
12,796 
10,307 
8,456 

125,560 
4,637 
5,670 
7,741 
10,548 

4,662 
5,422 
8,750 
4,868 
7,969 

7,514 
4,726 
2,830 
7,159 
9,530 

7,150 
6,442 
6,302 
6,194 
7,546 

85,333 
5,495 
5,799 

10,018 
7,773 

8,279 
8,994 
10,982 
13,862 
7,444 
6,687 

38,253 
7,497 
5,285 
3,971 
7,278 
5,561 
8,661 

131,822 
8,005 
12,203 
4,807 
6,448 

8,735 
9,200 
8,438 
13,260 
8,655 

10,233 
6,331 
8,198 
7,316 
8,802 

11,191 

44,885 
5,251 
4,368 
4,834 
5,041 
4,478 

6,844 
4,557 
2,753 
3,250 
3,509 


Oregon : 


42 


90,426 
4,342 
10,160 
10,297 

18, 000 
9,863 
7,470 
2,865 

6,839 
12,240 
7,261 
6,099 

129,896 

7,019 

18,726 

15,941 

11,172 
10,967 
13,784 
7,375 
3,379 

6,070 
9,652 
11,072 
6,906 
6,698 
1,135 

35,416 
3,705 
3,047 
3,385 

2,493 
2,348 
3,658 
3,628 

4,137 
3,686 
3,343 
1,986 

38,973 
3,575 
5,255 
3,2-J6 
3,716 

3,954 
6,625 
2,77K 
7,278 
2,466 

33, 988 
1,961 
3,357 
2,739 

2,206 
3, 9.12 
3,513 
4,446 

3,137 
3,162 
2,426 
8,089 

25,238 
1,595 
1,988 
2,620 
2,769 

1,769 
2,771 
1,902 
2,976 

907 
2,394 
2,128 
1,429 

52,733 
8,490 

12,178 
9,303 
8,266 
7,005 
7,501 


Pennsylvania— Continued. 


77 


50,167 


Cleveland — Continued. 


Ward 1 




Ward 1 

Ward 2 




Ward 25 

Ward 26 


Ward 2 

Ward 3 




4,269 
2,286 


Ward 27 

Ward 28 








Ward 4 

Ward 5 





3,641 
4,312 


Ward 29 








Ward 6 

Ward 7 






Ward 30 


Ward 6 





11,766 
7,198 


Ward 31 

Ward 32 

Ward 33 




Ward 8 




Ward 8 

Ward 9 





4,435 
6,455 
1,906 


Ward 34 




Ward 9 

Ward 10 




Johnstown - 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 


Ill 


Ward 35 — 

Ward 36 


Ward 11 , 





35,936 
2,253 
1,118 


Ward 38 

Ward 39 

Ward 40 




Allegheny 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 


27 


Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 




695 
1,116 

2,036 

2,635 

2,627 

960 


Ward 41 

Ward 42 


28 


Ward 4 




Ward 7 

Ward 8 





Columbus 


Ward 6 




Ward 9 




2,429 


Ward 7 




Ward 10 






Ward 2 




Ward 8 




1,692 






Ward 9 




Ward 11 




1,127 






Ward 12 




1,420 










Ward 13 




1,264 


Ward 5 


Ward 11 




Ward 14 






Ward 6 




Ward 12 




1,726 


Ward 7 




Ward 13 




Ward 15 




2,238 






Ward 14 




Ward 16 




3,011 


Ward 1 






113 


Ward 17 




2,774 






Ward 18 -- 








Ward 1 


1,111 


Ward 11 




Ward 2 




Ward 19 




1,256 


Ward 12 




Ward 3_ 




Ward 20 




1,701 






Ward 4 




Ward 21 




809 


Ward 14 




Lancaster 

Ward 1 


90 








Ward 5 — - 




41,469 


Ward 15 


Ward 6 




1,920 


Ward 16 




Ward 7 




Ward 2 




3,673 


Ward 17 




Ward 8 




Ward 3 




2,433 


Ward 18 _ . 




Ward 4 




3,382 


Ward 19 




Ward 9 




Ward 5 








45 


Ward 10 




3,917 




Ward 11 ■ 




Ward 6 




6,626 


Ward 1 


Altoona _ 

Ward 1 


96 


Wai'd 7 




6,610 
7,553 
5,445 


Ward 2 




Ward 8 




Ward 3 




Ward 9 




Ward 4 




Ward 2 — 






115 






Ward 3 




34,227 
2,942 
3,309 


Ward 5 


Ward 4 




Ward 1 


Ward 6 




Ward 5 1 




Ward 2 




Ward 7 




Ward 3 




4,9S0 


Ward 8— . 




Ward 6 




Ward 4 




Ward 9 




Ward 7 




2 202 


Ward 10 




Ward 8 




Ward 5 




3 488 




101 


Ward 9 




Ward 6 




5,528 
3,8S2 


Springfield 


Cliester _. 


118 


Ward 7 




Ward 1 


Ward 8 




Ward 2 




Ward 1 


3,512 


Ward 3 




Ward 2 








Ward 4 




Ward 3 




Ward 10 




1,936 
1,467 


Ward 5 




Ward 4 




Ward 11 




Ward 6 






143 




26 


Ward 5 




28,339 


Toledo 


Ward 6 




Wardl 


Ward 1- 


Ward 7 




Ward 2 




8,012 
4,518 
4,193 
7,706 
2,629 
2,453 

1,293,697 
37,919 
35,206 
24,693 
22,562 

16,868 
8,042 


Ward 2 




Ward 8 








Ward 3 




Ward 4 




Ward 4 




Ward 9 








Ward 5 




Ward 10 

Ward 11 




Ward 6 





Ward 6 

Ward 7 




Easton 


158 




3 


Ward 8 




Ward 1 




Ward 9 




Ward 2 









Ward 10 




Ward 3 

Ward 4 




Ward 3 




Ward 11 

Ward 12 

Ward 13 

Ward 14 





Ward 5 

Ward 6 

WnvH 7 




Ward 5 

Ward 6 





Ward 15 


84 


Ward 8 

Ward 9 


— :::: 


Ward 7 

Ward 8 

Ward 9 




28,137 

16,757 

6,963 


Ward 1 

Ward 2 


Ward 10 

Ward 11 


— mil 


Ward 10 

"WtiTrl 11 




19,967 
11,843 
13,850 
17,427 


Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 — 




Ward 12 

Erie 


73 


Ward 12 

Ward 13 









Ward 1 


Ward 14 




19,405 


Ward 6 


Ward 2 _. 




Ward 15 






Ward 7 




Ward 3 




50,379 


Ward 8 

Ward 9 





Ward 4 

Ward 5 


Ward 16 

Ward 17 




15,788 
17,908 


Ward 10 




Ward 6 




Ward 18 

Ward 19 _ 




29, 643 
55.246 



13 



Table 5.— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, WITH POPULATION BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS, ARRANGED BY STATES— Continued. 



STATES, CITIES, AND -WAKIIS. 


Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 


Popula- 
tion in 
1000. 


STATES, CITIES, AND TPAEDS. 


Rela- 
tive 
rank 
in 

1900. 


Popular 
tion iu 
1900. 


STATES, CITIES, AND WARDS. 


Rela- 
tive 
rank 
in 

1900. 


Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 


Pennsylvania— Continued. 
Philadelphia— Continued. 




43,276 
32,168 
64,655 

. 26,109 

• 53,200 

51,753 

45,615 

32,204 

43,931 
60.096 
28,874 
33,139 
89,889 

65,372 
43,706 
8,614 
46,811 
22,445 

33,104 
40,377 
19,438 
11,328 

321,616 
2,772 
2,141 
1,369 
1,935 

4,176 
9,628 
7,654 
8,927 
3,802 

2,857 
11,883 
10,592 
21,152 
22,669 

5,485 
14,156 
14,094 
11,008 
17,847 

21,462 
21,323 

5,877 
13,952 

6,648 

7,812 
7,745 
14,295 
5,317 
4,348 

3,540 
6,443 
8,932 
660 
2,0U 

5,246 
3,725 
4,808 
3,325 

78,961 
3,993 
6,656 
4,717 
2,621 

3,422 
8,0U 
3,861 
8,789 

6,454 
4,759 
5,460 
6,617 

6,811 
4,005 
3,874 
4,911 

102,026 
7,636 
8,168 


Pennsylvania— Continued. 
Scranton— Continued. 
Ward 3 




8,023 
7,300 
7,659 

4,140 
2,563 
2,630 
4,921 
3,364 

5,420 
2,668 
5,520 
3,754 
4,979 

3,617 
4,982 
2,071 
8,253 
6,728 
2,730 

51,721 
2,983 
3,685 
4,202 
1,604 

1,863 
2,991 
1,023 
2,016 

2,849 
2,323 
2,535 
2,864 

6,260 
6,620 
3,194 
4,709 

28,757 
1,762 
1,760 
2,799 
1,794 

3,676 
2,702 
1,909 
3,135 
2,014 

1,858 
1,406 
2,324 
1,618 

33,708 
2,388 
1,587 
998 
1,803 

1,615 
2,777 
2,735 
2,317 
5,461 

2,517 
3,869 
4,594 
1,047 

39,231 
11,211 
5,276 
4,504 
9,952 
8,288 

175,597 
15,408 
15,982 
20,413 
8,612 

14,760 
17,844 
16,335 
23,746 
17,255 
25,242 


Rhode Island— Continued. 
Woonsocket 


146 


28, 204 


Ward 20 


Ward 1 


5,669 
6,466 
4 443 


Ward 21 












ward 22 




Ward 5 




Ward 3 












Ward 4 




7,193 
4,533 


Ward 23 






Ward 24 




Ward 7 




South Carolina ; 

Charleston 


68 


Ward 25 




Ward 8 






Ward 26 




Ward 9 






Ward 27 




Ward 10 




55, 807 






Ward 11 




Ward 1 


3,292 


Ward 28 


Ward 2- 




2, 469 
3,226 


Ward 30 




Ward 12 

Ward 13 








Ward 31 




Ward 14 




4,882 
4,971 
4,414 
4,181 
5 377 


Ward 32 _ 




Ward 15 




Ward 5 








Ward 16 




Ward 6 




Ward 33 


Ward 7 




Ward 31 




Ward 17 




■Warrl fi 




Ward 35 




Ward 18 










Ward 36 




Ward 19 




3,949 


Ward 37 




Ward 20 












Ward 21 _ 




Ward 11 




8,524 
4,721 


Ward 38 


Wilkes barre 


75 


Ward 12 




Ward 39 




Tennessee : 


126 


Ward 40 




Ward 1 




Ward 41 




Ward 2. 




82,490 
5,172 
4,258 
3,623 




U 


Ward 3 




Ward 1 -I — — 


Pittsburg 


Ward 4 




Wiii-rt 9 




Ward 1 


Ward 5 




Wards 




Ward 2 




Ward 4 




Ward 3 




Ward 6 




3,925 
3,928 
2,303 
5,718 
3,563 


Ward 4 




Ward 7 


Ward 5 








Ward 8 




Ward 6 




Ward 5 


Ward 9 




Ward 7 




Ward 6 




Ward 8 — 




Ward 7.. . . 




Ward 10 






125 


Ward 8— 





Ward 11 




32,637 
2,665 
1,308 
1,661 


Ward 9 


Ward 12 . „ 




Ward 1 






Ward 13 




Ward 2_ 




Ward 10 _ 


Ward 3 




Ward 11 




Ward 14 




Ward 4__ 




Ward 12 




Ward 15 — 




829 


Ward 13 




Ward 16 




Ward 5 




2,860 
2,230 


Ward 14 




WlUiamsport 

Ward 1 


141 


Ward 6 








Ward 7- 




5,954 


Ward 15 


Ward 8 




Ward 16 




Ward 2 




2,376 
6,055 


Ward 17 




Ward 3 




Ward 9 




Ward 18 - 




Ward 4 




Ward 10 — 




3,313 


Ward 19 




Ward 5 




Ward 11 




8,886 






Memphis 


37 




Ward 20 


Ward 6 




102, 320 


Ward 21 - 




Ward 7 




Ward 1 


7,406 


"Ward 22 




Ward 8 




Ward 2 




6,072 


Ward 23 




Ward 9 




Ward 3 




2,970 


Ward 24 




Ward 10 




Ward 4 




2,418 






Ward 5 








Ward 11 




8,985 






Ward 12 




Ward 6 




6,862 


Ward 27 




Ward 13 




Ward 7. 




5,769 


Wnrrl 9S*. 




York 


119 


Ward 8 




10,435 


Wnrrt 2Q 




Ward 9 




6,711 






Ward 1 - - 


Ward 10 








Ward 2 




4,275 


WnTd ^.'X 




Ward 3 




Ward 11 




5,229 






Ward 4 




Ward 12 




5,979 






Ward 5 




Ward 13 




5,610 






Ward 14 




4,933 






Ward 6 




Ward 15 






Ward ^^ 


Ward 7 




935 






Ward 8 ' 




Ward 16 


611 






Ward 9 




Ward 17 




1,546 


■WnrH ^S 




Ward 10 




Ward 18 




3,455 




50 


Ward 19- „ 

Ward 20 








Ward 11 




5,883 




Ward 12 




422 






Ward 13 




Ward 21 




1,435 






Ehode Island : 


95 


Ward 22 




4,379 


Ward 4 — - 




Nashville— - 

Ward 1- 


47 








80, 865 




Ward 1 - 


4,352 






Ward 2 




Ward 2 




5,500 






Ward 3 




Ward 3 




3,946 


Ward 8 




Ward 4 





Ward 4 _ 





4,189 
1,614 

3,681 
3,923 
4,133 


Ward 9 





Ward 5 


20 


Ward 6 




Ward 10 

Ward 11 





Ward 1 

Ward '' 


Ward 7 

Ward 8 





Ward 12 

. Ward 13 

Ward 14 




Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 




Ward 9 

Ward 10 

Ward 11- _ 




5,230 
2,608 
2,929 


Ward 15 

> Ward 16 


38 


Ward 6 

Ward 7 

Ward 8 





Ward 12 

Ward 13 

Ward 14 





2,663 
S,889 
6,612 


Scranton 

Ward 1 


Ward 9 





Ward 15 




4,854 
4,241 


Ward 2 













14 



Table 5.— POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900, WITH POPULATION- BY 
WARDS OR EQUIVALENT SUBDIVISIONS, ARRANGED BY STATES— Continued. 



STATES, CITIES, AND WAEDS. 



Tennessee— Continued. 
Nashville— Continued. 

Ward 17 

Ward 18 

Ward 19 

Ward 20 



Texas : 

Dallas 

Ward 1_ 

Ward 2. 

Ward 3- 

Ward 4- 

Ward 5- 

Ward 6- 

Ward 7. 



Ward 8-,- 



Ward 9- 
Ward 10 . 
Ward 11 _ 
Ward 12 - 



Fort Worth- 
Ward 1 .. 
Ward 2 _. 
Ward 3 _. 
Ward 4 .. 



Ward 5 _ 
Ward 6 _ 
Ward 7 _ 
Ward 8 - 
Ward 9 _ 



Galveston ___ 
Ward 1. 
Ward 2_ 
Ward 3. 
Ward 4- 



Ward 5. 

Ward 6- 

Ward 7- 

Ward 8- 

Ward 9_ 
Ward 10 - 
Ward 11 _ 
Ward 12 _ 



Houston 

Ward 1 , 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 _ 
Ward 4 _ 
Ward 5 _ 
Ward 6 _ 



San Antonio 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 



Ward 5 __ , 
Ward 6 __. 
Ward 7 ._. 
Ward 8 — . 



Dtah: 

Salt Lake City_ 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 

in 
1900. 



151 



102 



70 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



3,835 
3,351 
4,389 
3,926 



42,638 
3,059 
3,525 
3,070 

4,441 
4,206 
3,984 
4,763 
2,629 

4,924 
2,747 
2,809 
2,481 

26, 688 
3,481 
8,657 
8,861 
3,072 

3,113 
3,517 
2,308 
1,236 
2,443 

37, 789 
3,059 
2,136 
1,969 
1,784 

2,818 
4,596 
7,548 
2,782 

2,485 
2,736 
2,640 
3,236 

44, 633 
3,475 
3,947 

13, 611 
9,625 
9,577 
4,398 

53, 321 
5, 401 
7,035 
6,813 

8,561 

6,260 
7,910 
7,789 
3,552 



53, 531 
12, 572 
14, 854 
10, 333 
7,364 



STATES, CITIES, AND "WAEDS. 



Rela- 
tive 
rank 
■ in 
1900. 



Virginia: 

Norfolk -_ 
Ward 1 - 
Ward 2. 
Ward 3 - 
Ward 4 - 
Ward 5 . 
Ward 6 - 



Richmond 

Clay ward 

Monroe ward- 
Madison ward^_ 
Jefferson ward^, 
Marshall ward- 
Jackson ward 



Washington: 

Seattle 

Ward 1 - 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 . 
Ward 4 . 
Ward 5 _ 

Ward 6 _ 

Ward 7 _ 

_ Ward 8 _ 

Ward 9 _ 



Spokane 

Ward 1 __ 
Ward 2 __ 
Ward 3 — 
Ward 4 __ 
Ward 5 _. 



Tacoma __ 
1 Ward 1 _ 
. Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 _ 
Ward 4 . 



i 



Ward 5 ... 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 __. 
Ward8__. 

W'jst Virginia: 
" Wheeling .. 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 



-' Ward4_. 
Ward 5 _. 
Ward 6 _. 
Ward 7 :. 
Ward 8 _. 

Wisconsin: 

La Crosse.. 

Ward 1_ 

Ward 2. 

Ward 3.. 



48 



105 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



97 



140 



Ward 9- 
WardlO- 
Ward 11 _ 
Ward 12 _ 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



46,624 
8,623 
3,587 
9,634 

13, 093 
6,940 
4,747 

85, 050 
22, 133 
13, 798 
8,005 
8,817 
13, .584 
18, 713 



80, 671 
18, 182 
6,027 
6,236 
8,686 
11, 807 

7,440 
8,417 
7,711 
6,155 

36,848 
7,352 

12, 614 
5,616 
6,519 
4,747 

37, 714 
4,106 
8,188 

10, 900 
4,586 

5,019 
1, 604 
2,413 



38,878 
5,061 
3,905 
3,196 

4,908 
3,225 
6,805 
5,135 
6,643 



28,895 
1,571 
1,325 
1,603 

1,456 
1,262 
1,217 
1,435 
2,813 

1,524 

1,697 

1,363 

937 



STATES, CITUSS, AND WAKDS. 



Wisconsin— Continued. 
La Crosse— Continued. 

Ward IS 

Ward 14 1... 

Ward 15 

Ward 16 



Rela- 
tive 
, rank 

in 
1900. 



wSrd 17 _ 
Ward 18 . 
Ward 19 . 
Ward 20 - 



Milwaukee- 
Ward 1 __ 
Ward 2... 
Ward 3.. 
Ward 4... 

Ward 5... 

Ward 6... 

Ward 7... 

Ward 8... 

Ward 9... 



Ward 10 . 
Ward 11 . 
Ward 12 . 
Ward 13 . 

Ward 14 . 
Ward 15 . 
Ward 16 . 
Ward 17 ^ 

Ward 18 . 
Ward 19 . 
Ward 20 _ 
Ward 21 . 

Oshkosh 

Ward 1. 
Ward 2., 
Ward 3. 
Ward 4.. 



145 



Ward 5. 
Ward 6 
Ward 7_ 
Ward 8- 
Ward 9. 

Ward 10 . 
Ward 11 _ 
Ward 12 _ 
Ward 13 . 



Racine 

Ward 1 _ 
Ward 2 _ 
Ward 3 . 
Ward 4 _ 
Wajd 5 _ 
Ward 6 . 
Ward 7 . 



139 



Superior loq 

Ward 1 -^ 

Ward 2 ~ !"__ 

Ward 3 II 

Ward 4_ _ _ _"" 
Ward 5 



Ward 6. 
Ward 7 
Ward 8. 
Ward 9. 
Ward 10 . 



Popula- 
tion in 
1900. 



1,U4 

1,513 

1,446 

824 

1,829 
1,888 
1,192 



285,815 

9,489 

9,909 

5,418 

10, 679 

10,031 
13. 671 
7,173 
17, 328 
17, 653 

17,024 
21, 903 
13, 216 
17,026 

20,6.51 
12, 692 
9, 6,54 
10,226 

13, 907 
IS, 627 
16,863 
12,175 

28,284 
1,.5D3 
2,179 
1,648 
2,264 

2,749 
2,566 
1,613 
2,008 
2,164 

2,660 
1,666 
1,863 
3,401 

29,102 
1,155 

■2,662 
3,786 
3,809 
6,704 
6,691 
4,295 

31,091 
2,724 
2,043 
1,543 
6,859 
5,107 

2,488 
4,621 
1,495 
3,150 
1,061 



As already stated, Brooklyn and Long Island City are included as a Dart of fh. . •. 
is commonly known as Greater New York, the area of New York Htv h. ■ l ^'^^^^O'T now comprised in what 

of January 1, 1898, by which Kings county, coextensive with the city of Zoklv" ^^t""":, "'""'' "°'"" *^^ ''' 
part of Queens county became a part of that city. ^rooJiiyn, Kichmond county, and the larger 

The city of New York in 1890 comprised all of what is now +>,„ i. i, ^ ,»- 

the borough of Bronx, except the territory' lying to the west of the e1 r"'^ ''r'^'"'" '""^ '''''' "^^* ^ -- 

Under the act of 1894 the towns of LfbuL, FlatC, Gitestd I^ TJ Ht °^J™^^^' ^^^«- 
of Brooklyn, the town of Flatbush becoming the 29th ward the loin of S^^ t7 ?"' ^* ^^'^ '^'°^"^"*^ ^^ *^« "^^ 
of Flatlands and Gravesend the 31st ward of the city The' citv th K *^^ ^°*^ ^''''^' ''^'^ ^^^ *°^°s 

January 1, 1898, the city of Brooklyn became the borough of Brooklyn oTZM'T^'f^^ ^''^ ^^"^' "°^°*^' ^""^ °^ 

s ooKiyn, one of the five boroughs of Greater New York. 



15 

Richmond county, or what is commonly known as Staten Island,, under the provisions of the same act became the 
borough of Richmond, and Queens borough was also organized from what was Long Island City, the towns of 
Flushmg, Jamaica, and Newtown, and a small portion of the town of Hempstead, all of which were civil divisions of 
Queens county. The remaining towns of the county, Oyster Bay, North Hempstead, and the greater part ofthe town 
of Hempstead, were taken to form the new county of Nassau. The 1st ward of Queens borough comprises what was 
formerly Long Island City, the 2d ward what was formerly Newtown town, the 3d ward what was formerly Flushing 
town, the 4th ward what was formerly Jamaica town, and the 5th ward that part of Hempstead town included in the 
borough of Queens. It is impossible to state definitely the population in 1890 of that part of the town of Hempstead 
taken into the borough, but in order to determine, approximately, the population in 1880 and 1890 of the area 
included within the present limits of the borough of Queens, it can be assumed that one-fifth of the population of the 
town of Hempstead was contained in that portion of the town now comprised within the borough. 

Table 6 shows the results for the five boroughs comprising Greater New York, including a statement of the 
approximate population for the same areas in 1880 and 1890, and the increase for each borough during the last two 
decades. 



Table 6.— POPULATION OF NEW YORK CITY BY BOROUGHS: 1880 TO 1900. 



BOEOUGHS. 



POPULATION. 



1900 



1890 



1880 



INOHEASE FEOM 

1890 TO 1900. 



Number. Per cent. 



INCREASE FEOM 

1880 TO 1890. 



Number. Per cent. 



New York city. 

Manhattan borough. 

Bronx borough 

Brooklyn borough 

Richmond borough.. 
Queens borough 



3,437,202 



2,492,591 



1, 901, 345 



37.8 



591,246 



31.0 



1, 850, 0931 
200, 507/ 

1, 166, 582 
67,021 
152,999 



1,515,301 

838, 547 
51,693 
87, 050 



1,206,299 

599,495 
38,991 
56,660 



535,299 

328, 035 
15, 328 
65,949 



39.1 
29.6 
75.7 



309, 002 

239, 052 
12,702 
30,490 



25.6 



32.5 
53.9 



As shown by the above summary, the boroughs of Manhattan ai 
increased 35.3 per cent from 1890 to 1900, as against an increase of 2.. 
of increase in Brooklyn borough was substantially the same from 1890 i 
per cent and 39.8 per cent, respectively, while Richmond borough incre, 
per cent from 1880 to 1890. The largest percentage of increase is shoT 
per cent from 1890 to 1900, as against 53.9 per cent from 1880 to 1890. 



nx, or what was formerly New York city, 
cent from 1880 to 1890. The percentage 

-0 as in the ten years preceding, being 39.1 
29.6 per cent from 1890 to 1900 and 32.5 

in Queens borough, which increased 75.7 




Director of the Census. 



-> 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin 



No. 12. 



^VASHINGTON, D. C. 



November 3, 1900. 



POPULATION OF VERMONT BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives 
the aggregate population of Vermont by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the 
returns of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Vermont was admitted as a state March 4, 1791. Table 1 shows the population of Vermont at each census from 
1790 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase hy number and per cent during each decade. 

Table 1.— POPULATION OP VERMONT: 1790 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEARS. 



1900- 
1890- 
1880- 
1870- 
1860- 
1850 _ 
1840- 
1830- 
1820- 
ISIO- 
1800- 
1790. 



Population. 



343,641 
832, 422 
332,286 
330,551 
315,098 
314, 120 
291, 948 
280,652 
235,966 
217,895 
154,465 
85,425 



Number. Per cent. 



11, 219 
136 
1, 735 
15, 453 
978 
22, 172 
11, 296 
44,686 
18,071 
63,430 
69,040 



3.3 

0.5 
4.9 
0.3 
7.5 
4.0 
18,9 
8.2 
41.0 
80.8 



1 Less than one-tenth of 1 per cent. 

The population of the state in 1900 is 343,641 as against 332,422 in 1890, representing an increase during the 
decade of 11,219, or 3.3 per cent. Vermont had a population in 1790 of 85,425 and in 1800 of 154,465, showing an 
increase during the first ten years of its history as a state of more than 80 per cent. During the next decade there 
was a further increase of more than 40 per cent, giving a total population in 1810 of 217,895. Since that census, 
however, its growtb has been very slow, and, with the exception of the decade from 1820 to 1830, when the 
population increased very nearly 19 per cent, the percentage of increase during each census period was considerably 
less than 10 per cent, and for the three decades from 1850 to 1860, from 1870 to 1880, and from 1880 to 1890 it was 

less than 1 per cent. 

The population of the state has increased in the 110 years from 1790 to 1900 a little more than four fold. 

The total land surface of Vermont is, approximately, 9,135 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows : '1890, 36.3 ; 1900, 37.6. 

Table 2 shows the population of Vermont by counties at each census from 1790 to 1900, inclusive, while table 
3, which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase (or decrease) by number and per cent during the 
ten years from 1890 to 1900. 

(C P 15 M) 



Table 2.— POPULATION OF VERMONT BY COUNTIES : 1790 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1860 


18S0 


1840 


1830 


1820 


1810 


1800 


1790 


The State 


843,641 


332,422 


332,286 


830,551 


315,098 


314,120 


291,948 


280,652 


235,966 


217,895 


154,465 


85,425 




Addison _ 


21,912 
21,706 
24,381 
39, 600 
8,066 

30,198 
4,462 
12,289 
19,313 
22,024 

44,209 
36,60? 
26,660 
32,225 


22,277 
20,448 
23,436 
35,389 
9,511 

29,755 
3,843 
12,831 
19,575 
22,101 

45,397 
29, 606 
26,547 
31,706 


24,173 
21,950 
23,607 
32,792 
7,931 

30,225 
4,124 
12,684 
23,525 
22,083 

41,829 
25,404 
26,763 
36,196 


23,484 
21,325 
22, 235 
36,480 
6,811 

30,291 
4,082 
12,448 
23,090 
21,035 

40,661 
26,520 
26,036 
36,063 


24,010 
19,436 
21,698 
28,171 
5,786 

27,231 
4,276 
12,311 
26,465 
18,981 

36,946 
27,622 
26,982 
37,193 


26,549 
18,689 
23,595 
29,036 
4,660 

28,586 
4,145 
10,872 
27,296 
15,707 

33,059 
24,654 
29,062 


23,583 
16,872 
21,891 
22,977 
4,226 

24,531 
3,883 
10,475 
27,873 
13,634 

30,'699 
23,506 
27,442 


24,940 
17,468 
20,967 
21,765 
3,981 

24,525 
3,696 


20,469 
16,125 
16,669 
16,272 
3,284 

17,192 
3,527 


19,993 
15,893 
18,730 
18,120 
3,087 

16,427 
3,445 


13,417 
14,617 

9,377 
12,778 

1,479 

8,782 




Bennington 




Caledonia 1 




Chittenden 




Essex 


7,295 


Franklin 


" 


Grand Isle 

Lamoille 







Orange 

Orleans 


27,285 
13,980 

31,294 
21,378 
28,748 
40,625 


24,681 
6,976 

29,975 
14,106 
28,457 
38,233 


25,247 
5,830 

29,486 


18,238 
1,439 

23,813 


10,526 






Rutland 




Washington! 


16,691 


Windsor 


26,760 
34,877 


23,581 
26,944 


17,570 








15,740 



1 Part of Wa.shington annexed to Caledonia since 1890. 



Table 3.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OF VERMONT BY COUNTIES : 1890 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


INCEEASE. 


COUNTIES. 


INOKEASE. 


Numher. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


The State 


11,219 


3.8 


Grand Isle 


619 

1542 

1262 

177 

11,188 

7,001 

113 

519 


16.1 
14.2 
11.3 
10.3 
12.6 
23.6 
0.4 
1.6 


Addison 




1365 

1,257 

945 

4,211 

11,455 

443 


11.6 
6.1 
4.0 
11.8 
116.2 
1.4 


Orange 


Bennington 


Orleans 


Caledonia _ 


Rutland 


Chittenden 

Essex 


Washington _ __ 


Windham 


I^nklin 


Windsor 







1 Decrease. 

annexed'toC^ale^donia''*''''^ territorial change in the counties of Vermont since 1890, namely, part of Washington 

Of the U counties of the state only 8 have increased in population during the decade, and of these only 3 show 

11.8 ~nt ""' '° '" '"'' ""'"' '^^^''"^^°^' ''■' P«'- '"'-'■' ^--d I«l^' 16.1 per cent; and ChittendeZ 

per cent.*""' ' '"''"*''' '"""^"''^ ^""""^""" '" population the largest percentage of decrease is that for Essex, or 15.2 

Table 4 shows the population of Vermont by minor civil divisions so far ao ;<■ ^„ .. i 

censuses of 1890 and 1900. aivisions, so far as it was separately returned at the 



Table 4.-P0PULATI0N OP VERMONT BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS ; 



1890 AND 1900, 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Addison oounty- 



Addison town . 
Bridport town . 

Bristol town 

Cornwall town . 



Perrisburg town. 

Goshen town 

Gran vlUe town 

Hancock town 

Leicester town 

Lincoln town_, 



Middlebury town, including Middlebury village. 

Middlebury village 

Monkton town 

New Haven town " 

Orwell town " " 

Panton town 2 

Ripton town "_ 

Salisbury town ~ 

Shorehamtown I ~ 

Starksboro town ~"' 

Vergennes city ~_ I 

Waltham town 

Weybridge town '_ '_ 

Whltingtown 



1900 



21,912 



544 
263 
509 
,152 
,046 
897 
912 
107 
150 
409 
525 
692 
193 
902 
753 
264 
518 
361 



1890 



22, 277 

900 

1,018 

1,828 

927 

1,501 

-SU 

637 

283 

662 

1,255 

2,793 

1, 762 

847 

1,224 

1,265 

382 

568 

740 

1,240 

1,070 

1,773 

255 

643 

365 



minor civil divisions. 



Bennington county . 



Arlington town 

Bennmgton village. ^ 

Ward I _ 

Ward 2 775 

Ward 3- 'i°42 

Ward 4. 1.064 

Ward s_. 865 

Ward 6 315 

Ward 7 '_ 493 

Bennington Center vilTige '' '°^ 

Doii^tto\^'"^°"""^s----------"::":::::::::::::::: 

Glastenbury town 
Landgrove town ZI 
Manchester town 

Peru town 

Pownal town ~" 

Rupert town. '_ 

Sandgate town.."!"'. 
Searsburg town I 



1900 



21,705 



1,193 
8,033 

5,636 



215 

1,474 

1,477 

48 

225 
1,955 

873 
1,976 
1,139 

6s8 



1890 



20,448 



1,352 
6,391 



1,696 
181 
220 

1,907 
446 

1,919 
910 



161 



687 
173 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF VERMONT BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOK OITIL DIVISIONS. 



Bennington county— Continued. 



Shaftstury town.. 

Stamford town 

Sunderland town. 

Wlnliall town 

Woodford town 



Caledonia county i_ 



Bamet town 

Burke town 

DanvUle town. 



Grotontowni_ 

Hardwiek town, including Hardwiok village.. 

Hardwick village 

Kjiby town.. 



Lyndon town, including Lyndon Center and Lyndonville 
villages. 

Lyndon Center village 

Lyndonville village 

Newark town 

Peacham town 

Eyegate town. 



St. Johnstury town, including St. Johnsbury village.. 

St. Johnsbury village 2 

Shefaeld town 



Stannard town 

Sutton town 

Walden town 

Waterford town. 
Wheelock town.. 



Chittenden county.. 



Bolton town . 
Buels gore - 



Burlington city- 
Ward 1.. 



. 1,424 

Ward 2 5, 183 

Ward 3 4, 869 

Ward 4 2, 695 

Ward 5 4, "" 



Charlotte town 

Colobester town, including Winooski village.. 
Winooski village , 



Kast ward _ 
South ward. 



8oo 

i,og6 



West ward i, 8 

c town, including Essex Junction village 

Essex Junction village 

Hinesburg town 

Huntington town 

Jericho town 

MUton town- 



Eichmond town _ 
St. George town. 
Shelbume town. 



South Burlington town_ 

trnderhUl town 

WestJord town 

Williston town 



AveriU township ' 

Averys gore 

Bloomfleld town 

Brighton town 

Brunswick town 

Canaas town . 



Concord town 

East Haven town 

Ferdinand township'.. 

Granby town 

Guildhall town 

Lemington town 

Lewis township 

Lunenburg town 

Maidstone town 

Norton town 

Victory town 

Warners grant 

Warrens gore 



Fbanklin county . 



Averys gore. 



Bakersfleld town 
Berkshire town 



Enoaburg town, including Enosburg Falls village.. 
Enosburg Falls village 

Fairfax town 

Fairfield town . 



1900 



1,857 
677 
518 
449 
279 



24,381 



1,763 
1,184 
1,628 
1,059 
2,466 
1,334 
350 
2,956 

232 

1,274 

600 

794 

995 

7,010 

5,666 

724 

222 

694 

764 

705 

667 



39, 600 



486 

20 

18,640 



1,254 
6,352 
3,783 



2,203 
r, 141 
1,216 
728 
1,373 
1,804 
1,057 
90 
1,202 

on 

1,140 

888 
1,176 



8,056 



18 

17 

664 

2,023 

106 

934 

1,129 

171 

41 

182 

455 

204 



206 
692 
321 



(*) 



17 



30,198 



1,158 
1,326 
2,054 
9S4 
1,338 
1,830 



1890 



1 Part of Harris gore, Washington county, annexed since 1890. 

2 SuSmervUle vtllage (population 909 in 1890) annexed since 1890. 
« Erroneously returned as a town m 1890. 

* No population returned. 



1,652 
645 
633 
523 
863 



23,436 



1,897 
1,198 
1,784 
1,040 
1,647 



355 
2,619 



606 

636 

892 

1,126 

6,567 

3,8S7 

760 

239 

746 

810 

734 

696 



85,389 



647 

21 

14, 690 



1,240 
6,143 
3>6S9 



2,013 



1,205 

723 

1,461 

1,685 

1,115 

106 

1,300 

845 

1,301 

1,033 

1,161 

9,511 



43 

58 
827 

2,020 
160 
829 

1,425 
236 
73 
861 
511 
227 

198 
960 
564 



6 29,765 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1,162 
1,421 
2,299 
974 
1,623 
1,825 



Fbanklin county— Continued. 



Fletcher town 

Franklin town 

Georgia town 

Highgate town 

Montgomery town 

Elohford town, including Richlord village 

Richford village 

St. Albans city » 

Ward 1 793 

Ward 2 805 

Ward 3 1,309 

Ward 4 i 811 

Ward 6 l.OSl 

Ward 6 1,437 

St. Albans town » 

Sheldon town 

Swanton town, including Swanton village 

Swanton village 



Grand Isle county.. 



Alburg town 

Grand Isle town 

Isle La MottpttuMii-. 

North Hero town 

South Hero town 



Lamoille county. 



Belvidere town.. 
Cambridge town- 
Eden town 

Elmore town . 



Hyde Park town, including Hyde Park village — 

Hyde Park village 

Johnson town, including Johnson village 

Johnson village 

Morristown town, including Morrisville village. 

Morrisville village 

Stowe town, including Stowe village 

Stowe village 

Waterville town 

Wolcott town 



Orange county 



Bradford town, including Bradford village - 

Bradford village 

Braintree town 

Brookfield town 

Chelsea town 

Corinth town 

Fairlee town.. 



Newbury town. Including Wells Elver village.. 

Wells River village 

Orange town.. 



Eandolph town, including Randolph village- 
Randolph village ' 

Strafford town 

Thetford town 

Topsham town. 



Timbridge town 

Vershlre town 

Washington town 

West Fairlee town 

Williamstown town . 



Orleans county., 
Albany town . 



Barton town, including Barton and Barton Landing vil- 
lages. 

Barton village 

Barton Landing village 

Brownington town 

Charleston town 

Coventry town. 



Craftsbury town 

Derby town, including Derby, 
Derby villages. 

Derby village 

Derby Line village 

West Derby village 

Glover town 

Greensboro town 

Holland town 

Irasburg town 

Jay town 

Lowell town 

Morgan town 



Derby Line, and AVest 



1900 



Newport town, including Newport village- 
Newport village 



750 
1,145 
1,280 
1,980 
1,876 
2,421 
1,513 
6,239 



1,715 
1,341 
3,745 
1,168 



4,462 



1,474 
851 
508 
712 
917 



12,289 



428 
1,606 

738 

550 
1,472 

422 
1,391 

587 
2,583 
1,262 
1,926 

500 

629 



19,313 



1,338 

614 

776 

996 

1,070 

978 

438 

2,126 

56s 

598 

3,14t 

1,540 

1,000 

1,249 

1,117 

885 

641 

820 

631 

1,610 

22,024 

1,028 
2,790 

1,050 
677 
748 

1,025 
728 

1,251 

3,274 

297 
3°9 
913 



530 
982 
510 
1,113 
,874 



6 Averys gore and Montgomery town (population 1,734 in 1S90) not separately 
returned in 1890. 

6 St. Albans city organized from part of St. Albans town since 1890. 
' Formerly West Eandolph. 



Tabm 4. -population OF VERMONT BY MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Contimaed. 



MINOB CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Orleans county— Continued. 

Troy town, including North Troy village . 

Nortii Troy village 

Westfieldtown 

Westmore town 



Rutland count v^ 



Benson town 

Brandon town 

Castleton town 

Chittenden town 

Clarendon town 

Danby town 

Fair Haven town, including Fair Haven village _ 

Fair Haven village 

Hubbardton town 

Ira town 

Mendon town 

Middletown Springs town 

Mount Holly town 

Mount Tabor town 

Pawlet town 

Pittsfield town 

Pittsford town 

Poultney town 

Proctor town, including i'roctor \illiige 

Proctor village 

Rutland city i 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



871 

1, C61 

^ 787 

4 (31 

5 1,411 

6 1,545 

Ward 7 1,406 

Ward 8 1,097 

Ward 9 790 

Ward 10 966 

Ward 11 934 

Rutland towni 

Sherburne town 

Shrewsbury town 

Sudbury town 

Tinmouth town 

Wallingford town 

Wells town 

West Haven town 

West Rutland town 



Washington county 



Barre city * 

Ward 1 1,175 

Ward 2 ],'200 

Ward 3 1 , 854 

Ward 4 1,478 

Ward 5 1,447 

Ward 6 1,294 

Barre town ■• 

Berlin tow«i .._ 

Cabot town, including Cabot villaKc 

Cabot village 

Calais town 

DUxbury town 

East Montpelier town 

Fayston town 

Marshfleld town " 

Middlesex town 

Montpelier city ^ 

Ward 1 1,211 

Ward 2 1, 261 

Ward 3 1,017 

Ward 4 '_ 1,090 

Ward 5 a52 

Ward 6 __ 785 



1900 



1,467 
562 
646 
390 



44,209 



Mi 


880 


2,759 


3,310 


2,089 


2,396 


621 


730 


915 


928 


964 


1,084 


2,999 


2,791 


2,470 

4.S8 




606 


350 


421 


392 


670 


746 


786 


999 


1,214 


494 


436 


1,731 


1,746 


435 


468 


1,800 


1,775 


3,108 


■3,031 


2,136 


1,768 


2,013 





11, 499 



1,109 
402 
935 
474 
404 

1,575 
606 
355 

2,914 



8,448 



1890 



1,673 
■600 
763 
895 



45,397 



11,760 
451 
974 
502 
435 

1,783 
621 
412 

3,680 



s 29, 606 



4,146 



3,346 


6 2, 606 


1,021 


1,514 


1,126 


1,074 


226 


199 


1,101 


1,0S2 


778 


912 


1,081 


953 


466 


533 


1,032 


1,121 


■883 


889 


S,266 


4,160 



1 Rutland city organized from part o£ Rutland town in 1893. 

2 Part of Harris gore given to Caledonia county since 1890. 

" Includes Harris gore (population 16 in 1890), abolished since 1890. 

* Barre village, formerly in Bane town, incorporatedas a city since 1890. 



MINOR CIVIL divisions. 



Washington county— Continued. 



Moretown town '— "T,"""'""" 

Northfleld town, including Northfleld village - 

Northiield village _■ — — 

Plainfield town, including Plainiield village---- 

Plainfield village 

RoxbuOT town 

Waitsfield town 

'Warren town _ 



Waterbtiry town, including Waterbury village . 

Waterbury village 

Woodbury town 

Worcester town 



Windham county., 



Athens town 

Brattleboro town including Brattleboro village 

Brattleboro village 

Brookline town 

Dover town 

Dummerston town 

Grafton town 

Guilford town 

Halifax town 

Jamaica town 

Londonderry town 

Marlboro town 

Newfane town 

Putney town 

Rockingham town, including Bellows Falls village . 

Bellows Falls village r 

Somerset town 

Stratton town 

Townshend town 

Vernon town -— 

Wards boro town 

Westminster town 

Wliitingham town 

Wilmington town, including Wilmington village 

Wilmington village 

Windham town 



Windsor county.. 



Andover town 

Baltimore town 

Barnard town 

Bethel town 

Bridgewater town 

Cavendish to"wn 

Chester town, including Chester village _ 

Chester village 

Hartford town 

Hartland town_. 



Ludlowtown, including Ludlow ■village-. 

Ludlow village 

Norwich town 

Plymouth town ' 

Pom fret town 

Reading town ~~"-Ji. 

■Rochester town 



Royalton town ' 

Sharon town^.J Z"I__II~I___ 

Springfield town, including Springfield vlllagel 

Springfield village 

Stockbridge town ■ , ~~ ~' 

Weathersfield town I "_ 

Weston town 

West Windsor town,. 



Windsor town, including Windsor villagel III 

Windsor village 

Woodstock town, including Woodstock village- 
Woodstock village 



1900 



902 

2,«55 

1,508 

716 

j4i 

712 

760 

826 

2,810 

1,597 

862 



26, 660 



180 

6,640 

5,297 

171 

503 

726 

801 

782 

662 

800 

961 

448 

905 

969 

5,809 

4.337 

67 

271 

833 

578 

637 

1, 2!:5 

1,042 

1,221 

410 

356 



32,225 



372 
66 

840 
.,611 

972 
.,362 
.,775 

950 
1,817 
,340 
!,042 
.454 
,803 

646 

777 

649 
.,2.50 
,427 

709 
1,432 
1,040 

822 
.089 

756 

613 
!,119 
■,6S6 
!,857 
:,234 



' Exclu.sive of Barre village. 
' Part of Harris gore annexed since 1890. 
Formerly MontpeUer town; incorporated as a city since 1890 



There are 48 incorporated cities and villages in Vermont, for which the population in 1900 is separately returned, 
and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, in which 
they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5.— POPULATION OP THE INCORPORATED CITIES AND VILLAGES OF VERMONT : 1890 AND 1900. 



CITIES AND VILLAGES. 



Barre city 

Barton village 

Barton Landing village 

Bellows Falls village 

Bennington village 

Bennington Center vlUage- 

Bradford village 

Brattleboro village 

Burlington city 

Catiot village 

Chester village 

Derty village . 



Derby Line village 

Enosburg Falls village- 
Essex Junction village- 
Fair Haven village 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



8,448 

1,050 

677 

4,337 

5,656 

215 

614 

5,297 

18,640 

226 

950 

297 

809 

954 

1,141 

2,470 



4,146 

778 

482 

3,092 

8,971 



610 

5,467 

14, 590 

199 



974 



CITIES AND VILLAGES. 



Hardwlck village 

Hyde Park village 

Johnson village 

Ludlow village 

Lyndon Center village 

Lyndonville village 

Middlebury village 

Montjjelier city 

Momsville village 

Newport village 

North Bennington village , 

Northfield village 

North Troy village 

Plainfield village 

Proctor village 

Randolph village 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



1,334 

422 

587 

1,454 

232 

1,274 

1,897 

6,266 

1,262 

1,874 

1,474 

1,508 

562 

311 

2,013 

1,540 



1,081 



606 
1,762 
4,160 



1,730 



1, 222 

'ooo 



1,573 



CITIES AND VILLAGES. 



Readsboro village 

Richford village 

Rutland city 

St, Albans city 

St. Johnsbury village 
Springfield village _„ 

Stowe village 

Swanton village 

Vergennes city 

Waterbury village 

Wells River village __ 
West Derby village- 
Wilmington village _. 

Windsor village 

Winooskl village 

Woodstock village — 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



1,518 


1,102 


1,499 




6,239 
5,666 




3,857 


2,040 


1,512 


500 




1,168 


1,878 


1,7.'i3 


1,773 


1,597 


955 


565 


626 


913 




410 




1,656 


1,384 


3,783 


3,6.'J9 


1,284 


1,218 



Of the above named 48 incorporated cities and villages there are only 13 that have a population of more than 2,000 
in 1900, and of these only 2 that have a population of more than 10,000, namely, Burlington, with 18,640, and 
Rutland, with 11,499 inhabitants. 



Director of the Census. 





Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 13. 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 



November 8, 1900. 



POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mk. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives the 
aggregate population of Massachusetts by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the 
returns of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Massachusetts was one of the original 13 states. Table 1 shows the population of Massachusetts at each census 
from 1790 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each decade. 

Table 1.— POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS : 1790 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEAKS. 


Population. 


INOEEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


190O - 


2,805,346 

2,238,943 

1,783,085 

1,457,351 

1,231,066 

994,514 

737,699 

610,408 

523,159 

472,040 

422,845 

378,787 


566,403 

456,858 

325,734 

226,285 

236,552 

256,815 

127,291 

87,249 

51,119 

49,195 

44,058 


25.2 
25.5 
22.3 
18. S 
23.7 
34.8 
20.8 
16.6 
10.8 
11.6 
11.6 


1890 

IggO 


X870 




1850 


1840 


1830 - 


1820 


1810 - 


1800 











The population of the state in 1900 is 2,805,346 as compared with a population in 1890 of 2,238,943, showing an 
increase during the last ten years of 566,403, or 25.2 per cent. This is practically the same rate of increase as was 
shown for the preceding decade, when it was 25.5 per cent. This rate of increase has been exceeded but once m the 
history of the state, namely, from 1840 to 1850, when the population increased 34.8 per cent. 

The present population of the state is very nearly seven and one-half times as large as the population reported at 

the first census in 1790, when it was Sl8,187. ■, . ^ 

The total land surface of Massachusetts is, approximately, 8,040 square miles, the average number of persons to 
the square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows : 1890, 278.4 ; 1900, 348.9. 

(C P 15 M) 



Table 2 shows the population of Massachusetts by counties at each census from 1790 to 1900, inclusive, while 
table 3, which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase (or decrease) by number and per cent during 
the ten years from 1890 to 1900. 

Table 2.— POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS BY COUNTIES : 1790 TO 1900. 



The State-, 



Barnstable 

Berkshire 

Bristol 

Dukes 



Franklin 

Hampden __ 
Hampshire _ 
Middlesex _ 
Nantucket- 



Norfolk 

Plymouth . 

Suffolk 

Worcester . 



1900 



2,805,346 

27, 826 
95, 667 

252, 029 
4,561 

357,030 

41, 209 
175, 603 

58, 820 

565, 696 

3,006 

151, 539 
113, 985 
611, 417 



2,238,943 

29, 172 
81, 108 

186, 465 
4,31)9 

299, 995 

38, 610 
m"), 713 

51, 859 

431, 167 

3,268 

118, 950 

92, 700 

484,780 

280,787 



1880 



1,783,085 

31,897 
69,032 

139, 040 
4,800 

244,535 

86, 001 
104, 142 

47,232 

317, 830 

3,727 

96, 507 

74,018 

387,927 

226, 897 



1870 



1,457,361 



32,774 
64,827 

102, 886 
8,787 

200, 843 

32, 635 

78, 409 

44,388 

27-1,353 

1,123 

89,443 

65, 365 

270, 802 

192,716 



1860 



1,231,066 



35, 990 
55,120 
93, 794 
4,403 
165,611 

31,434 
57, 366 
87,823 
216, 354 
6,094 

109, 950 

64,768 

192, 700 

159, 659 



1850 



994,514 



35, 276 
49,591 
76, 192 
4,540 
131, 300 

30, 870 
51, 283 
85,732 
161,383 
8,452 

78, 892 

55, 697 

144, 617 

130, 789 



1810 



737, 699 



82,548 
41, 745 
60,164 
3,968 
94,987 

28,812 

37, 366 

80,897 

106, 611 

9,012 

53,140 
47, 373 
95, 773 
96,313 



1830 



610,408 



28,514 
37,835 
49,592 
3,617 
82,869 

29,501 
31, 639 
30,254 
77, 961 
7,202 

41,972 
43, 044 
62, 163 
84,365 



1S20 



523,159 



24,026 
35,720 
40, 908 
3,292 
74, 655 

29, 268 
28,021 
26,487 
61, 472 
7,239 

36,471 
38, 106 
43, 890 
73, 601 



1810 



1800 



472,040 



22, 2U 
35,907 
37, 168 
3,290 
71,888 



76,275 

52,789 

6,807 

31,215 
35,169 
34,381 
64,910 



422, 845 



19,293 
38,885 
33,880 
3,118 
61, 196 



1790 



378, 787 



72,432 

46,928 

5,617 

27, 216 
30, 073 
28,015 
61,192 



17,354 
30,291 
31, 709 
3,265 
67,913 



59,681 
42,737 
4,620 



29,635 
44,875 
56,807 



Table 3.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS BY COUNTIES: 1890 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


INCREASE. 


COUNTIES. 


INCEEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


The state.... 


566,403 


25.2 




89,890 

6,961 

134,529 

1262 

32,689 

21,285 

126,637 

66,171 


29.3 
18.4 
81.2 
18.0 
27.3 
22.9 
26.1 
23.5 


Barnstable 


Hainpshire 

Middlesex 


11,346 
14,669 
65,564 
192 
67,035 
2,699 


14.6 
17.9 
85.1 

4.3 
19.0 

6.7 




Nantucket 


Bristol 


Norfolk .... 


Dukes 


Plymouth 


Essex 


Suflolk 

Worcester 


Franklin 










1 Decrease. 







There has been no territorial change in the counties of Massachusetts since 1890. 

Of the 14 counties in the state all but 2 have increased in population during the decade, the counties showing the 
Urges percentages of increase being Bristol, 35.1 per cent; Middlesex, 31.2 per cent; Hampden, 29.3 per cent- 
Norfolk, 27.3 per cent ; and Suffolk, 26. 1 per cent. , ^».o per ceni. 

The 2 counties showing a decrease are Barnstable and Nantucket. 
^^^ Jable 4 shows the population of Massachusetts by minor civil divisions, as returned at the censuses of 1890 and 

TABLE 4-POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900. 



MINOB CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Barnstable county. 



Barnstable town 

Boiu-ne town 

Brewster town 

Chatham town 

Dennis town 

Eastham town 

Falraonth town 

Harwich town 

Mashpee town 

Orleans town 

Provincetown town _. 

Sandwich town -_. 

Truro town 

Wellfleet town 

Yarmouth town 



1900 



27,826 



1890 



29, 172 



Bekkshike county - 



Adam^ town 

Alford town 

Becket town 

Cheshire town 

Clarksburg town . 

Dalton town 

Egremont town 

Florida town 



4,364 
1,667 

829 
1,749 
2,333 

602 
3,500 
2,331 

303 
1,123 
4,247 
1,448 

767 



95,667 

11, 134 
272 
994 

1,221 
943 

8,014 
758 
390 



wiiuJ^T®'"^^*^"'^'' ^'^^"'I '°™; incorporated as a city since 1890- 
WOUamstown town annexed since 1890. ■>• i-ii-j oiuce i»au , 



4,023 
1,442 
1,008 
1,954 
2,899 

602 
2,567 
2,734 

298 
1,219 
4,642 
1,819 

919 
1,291 
1,760 



81,108 

9,218 
297 
946 

1,308 
884 

2,885 
846 
486 

part of 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Berkshike county— Continued. 

Great Harrington town . 

Hancock town _ _ ~~ 

Hinsdale town " "' 

Lanesboro town '"_ ["" 

Lee town _ H"~_"__""" 

Lenox town _ " __'"" 

Monterey town _ "~ _" ""' 

Mount Washington town _!' ' 

New Ashford town _ I_ "' 

New Marlboro town _ _ "I _ _"""" 
North Adams city i " 

Wardl- - I : 

Ward 2 -"_'_'_ 

Ward 3 _ 

Ward 4.- 



1900 



3^242 

3, 232 

2,766 

Ward 5::::::::;:;: ^?69 

Ward 6 3. 190 

Ward 7 ?■ ^^ 

Otis town '"" — :"": *>*07 

Peru town "_ """" ~ " 

Pittsfleld city 2 I 

Ward 1 ----- 

Ward 2 8,860 

Ward 3.II 4,046 

Ward 4 2,615 

Ward 5.II 2,807 

Ward 6 : 2,733 

Ward 7 3,808 
2 397 

' Formeriy Httsfield to.vn; incorporated asTcity since 



5,854 
451 

1,485 
780 

3,696 

2,942 
465 
122 
107 

1,282 
24,200 



476 

268 

21,766 



1890 



4,612 

606 

1,739 

1,018 

8,785 

2,889 

495 

148 

126 

1,305 

16,074 



683 

306 

17,281 



1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Beekshire county— Continued. 



Richmond town 

Sandisfield town 

Savoy town 

Slieffield town 

Stookbridge town 

Tyringham town 

Washington town 

West Stoclcbridge town_, 
Williamstown towni _._ 
Windsor town 



Bristol county. 



Acushnet town 

Attleboro town 

Berkley town 

Dartmouth town 

Dighton town 

Eastontown 

Pairhaven town 

Fall River city 

Ward 1 16,175 

Ward 2 10,154 

Ward 3 13,446 

Ward 4 11,422 

Ward 5 10,718 

Ward 6 16, 059 

Ward 7 6,212 

Wards 8,115 

Ward 9 12,562 

Freetown town 

Mansfield town 

New Bedford city 

Ward 1 16, 765 

Ward 2 8,285 

Ward 3 5,826 

Ward 4 6,632 

Ward 5 9,139 

Ward 6 15,795 

North Attleboro town 

Norton town 

Raynham town 

Rehoboth town 

Seekonk town 

Somerset town 

Swansea town 

Taunton city 

Ward 1 ^ 3,116 

Ward 2 3,104 

Ward 3 3,143 

Ward 4 8,953 

Ward 5 4,403 

Ward 6 3,884 

Ward 7 3,375 

Ward 8 6,558 

Westport town 



Dukes county- 



Chilmark town 

Ctottage City town — 

Edgartown town 

Gay Head town 

Gosnold town 

Tisbury town 2 

WestTisbury town*.. 



Amesbury town 
Andover town__ 
Beverly city < 



1900 



679 


796 


661 


807 


506 


569 


1,804 


1,954 


2,081 


2,132 


386 


412 


377 


434 


1,158 


1,492 


6,013 


4,221 


507 


612 


252,029 


186,465 


1,221 


1,027 


11,335 


7,577 


949 


894 


3,669 


3,122 


1,802 


1,889 


4,837 


4,493 


3,567 


2,919 


104,863 


74,898 



WMd i: 3, 005 

Ward 2 2,534 

Ward 3 2,594 

Ward 4 2.748 

Wards M03 

Ward 6 1.6™ 

Boxfordtown 

Danvers town 

Essex town 

Georgetown towni 

Gloucester city S"ScS" 

Ward 1. 2,962 

Ward 2. f. 8" 

Ward 3 4,342 

Ward 4. f- ^21 

Ward 6 3,260 

Ward 7 2, 309 

Ward 8 ^ 

Groveland town 

Hamliton town 

1 Part given to North Adams city since 1890. .g„Q 

2 West Tiabury town organized from p£U-t of Tisbury town since ibsu. 

3 Includes Bradford town (population 3,720 m 1890). 

< Formerly Beverly town ; incorporated as a city since 1890. 



1,616 



1,394 
4,006 
62,442 



1890 



4,661 



324 
1,100 
1,209 

173 

164 
1,149 

442 



357, 030 



9,473 
6,813 
13,884 



704 
8,642 
1,668 
1,900 
26,121 



2, 376 
1,614 



1,417 

3,432 

40,733 



7,253 


6,727 


1,826 


1,785 


1,540 


1,340 


1,840 


1,786 


1,673 


1,317 


2,241 


2,106 


l,-645 


1,456 


31,036 


25,448 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



853 

1,080 

1,166 

139 

135 

1,506 



8 299,996 



9,798 
6,142 
10,821 



865 

7,464 

1,713 

2,117 

24,651 



2,191 
961 



Fjmicy county— Continued. 



Haverhill city^ 

Ward 1 2,730 

Ward 2 2,536 

Ward 3 3,298 

Ward 4 4, 179 

Ward 6 12,064 

Ward 6 7, 245 

Ward 7 5,123 

Ipswich town 

Lawrence city 



Ward 1 9,804 

Ward 2 — 8,537 

Ward 3 10,159 

Ward 4 11,722 

Ward 5 11,821 

Ward 6 10,616 

Lynn city 

Ward 1 1,828 

Ward 2 4,310 

Ward 3 16,343 

Ward 4 12,808 

Ward 6 13,879 

Ward 6 17,219 

Ward 7 3,126 

Lynniield town 

Manchester town 

Marblehead town 

Merrimac town 

Methuen town 

Middleton town 

Nahant town 

Newbury town 

Newburyport city 



Ward 1 2,362 

Ward 2 2,076 

Ward 3 2,777 

Ward 4 2,283 

Ward 5 2,288 

Ward 6 2,702 

North Andover town 

Peabody town 

Rockport town 

Rowley town 

Salem city 



Ward 1 4,899 

Ward 2 5,705 

Ward 3 4,489 

Ward 4 5,163 

Ward 5 11,144 

Ward 6 4,566 

Salisbury town 

Saugus town 

Swampscott town 

Topsfleld town 

Wenham town 

West Newbury town 



Franklin county . 



Ashfleld town 

Bernardston town . 

Buckland town 

Charlemont town_. 

Coleraine town 

Conway town 

Deerfield town" 

Erving town 

Gill town . 



Greenfield town' . 

Hawley town 

Heath town 

Leverett town 

Leyden town 

Monroe town 

Montague town — 
New Salem town _ 
Northfield town — 

Orange town 

Bowe town 

Shelburne town — 
Shutesbury town _ 
Sunderland town _ 

Warwick town 

Wendell town 

Whately town 



1900 



Hampden county _ 



Agawam town 

Blandford town 

Brimfleld town 

Chester town 

Chicopee city ' 



37,176 



4,668 
62,569 



68,513 



888 
2,622 
7,682 
2,131 
7,512 

839 

1,152 

1,601 

14,478 



4,243 
11,523 
4,592 
1,391 
36,966 



1,658 
5,084 
4,548 
1,030 
847 
1,658 



41,209 



965 
792 
446 
094 
749 
458 
969 
973 
015 
927 
429 
441 
744 
379 
305 

,160 
807 

,966 

,620 
649 

,608 
382 
771 
619 
492 
769 



176, 603 



2,536 

836 

941 

1,460 

19,167 



Ward 1 2,900 

Ward 2 1,973 

6 Bradford town annexed since 1890. 

6 Part of Deerfleld town annexed to Greenfield town since 1890. 

' Formerly Chicopee town ; incorporated as a city in 1890. 



Table 4,— POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MiNOK caryiL divisions. 



Hampden county— Continued. 

Chieopee city— Continued. 
Ward 3-. 



3,053 

Ward 4 2, 830 

Ward 5 3, 059 

Ward 6 2,312 

Ward 7 3,040 



East Longmeadow town^. 

Granville town 

Hampden town 

Holland town 

Holyoke city 

Ward 1 :. 

Ward 2-. 



— 6, 930 
. 9,528 



Ward 3 6,313 

Ward 4 7, 106 

Ward 5 4,296 

Ward 6 6,214 

Ward 7 5,325 

Longmeadow town ' 

Ludlow town 

Monson town 

Montgomery town 

Palmer town 

Russell town 

South wick town 

Springfield city 

Ward 1 10,148 

Ward 2 8,739 

Ward 3 ♦- 5, 579 

Ward 4 6,813 

Ward 5 6,462 

Ward 6 7, 103 

Ward 7 : 7,054 

Ward 8 10, 161 

Tolland town 

Wales town 

Westfield town 

West Springfield town 

Wilbranam town 



1900 



Hampshire county.. 



Amherst town 

Belchertown town__ 
Chesterfield town___ 
Cummington town _ 
Easthampton town _ 

Enfield town 

Goshen town 

Granby town 

Greenwich town 

Hadley town 

Hatfield town 

Huntington town 

Middleiield town___ 

Northampton city __ 

Ward 1_. 



2,590 

Ward 2 3 840 

Ward 3 3 218 

Ward 4 2,862 

Ward 5 2,372 

Ward 6 1 «ji 

Ward 7- ~ ' 



Pelham town- 



. 1,887 



Plainfleld town 

Prescott town 

Southampton town _. 
South Hadley town-. 

Ware town 

Westhampton town.. 
Williamsburg town.. 
Worthingtou town 



Middlesex county.. 



Acton town 

Arlington town. 

Ashby town 

Ashland town 

Ayer town 

Bedford town 

Belmont town 2 _, 

Billerica town 

Boxboro town__. 
Burling^ton town. 
Cambridge city 2.. 



Wardl ~\T~{m 

Ward 2 26 728 

Ward 3 ■_ . ... 13,551 

Ward 4 21,079 

Ward 5 13,440 

Carlisle town 

Chelmsford town IIZZI" 

Concord town 

Dracut town 

Dunstable town 



1,187 

1,050 

782 

169 

45,712 



811 
3,536 
3,402 

273 
7,801 

793 
1,040 
62,059 



275 

773 

12,310 

7,105 

1,595 



58, 820 



1890 



5,028 

2,292 

611 

748 

5,603 

1,036 

316 

761 

491 

1,789 

1,500 

1,475 

410 

18,643 



462 

404 

380 

1,012 

4,526 

8,263 

469 

1,926 

675 



665, 696 



2,120 

8,603 

876 

1,525 

2,446 

1,208 

3,929 

2,775 

316 

593 

91,886 



480 
3,984 
5,652 
3,263 

427 



1,061 

831 

201 

35,637 



2,183 

1,939 

3,650 

266 

6,520 

879 

914 

44, 179 



700 
9,805 
5,077 
1,814 



61,859 



4,512 

2,120 

608 

787 

4,895 

952 

297 

765 

526 

1,669 

1,246 

1,385 

455 

14,990 



486 

435 

376 

1,017 

4,261 

7,329 

477 

2,057 

714 



431, 167 



1,897 

5,629 

825 

2,532 

2,148 

1,092 

2,098 

2,380 

325 

617 

70,028 



481 
2,695 
4,427 
1,996 

416 



1890, 



I East Longmeadow town organized from part of Longmeadow 

' Part of Belmont town annexed to Cambridge city and part of 
city annexed to Belmont town since 1890. 



town since 
Cambridge 



MINOK OrVIL DIVISIONS. 



Middlesex county— Continued. 



Everett city »., 
Ward 1 



Ward 2. 
Ward 3. 
Ward 4., 



3,568 

4,020 

. 5,519 

. 3,204 



Ward 5 -• 3, 515 

Ward 6 4,510 

Framingham town 

Grotontown 

Holliston town 

Hopkinton town 

Hudson town 

Lexington town 

Lincoln town 

Littleton town 

Lowell city 

Ward 1 8,248 

Ward 2 10, 821 

Ward 3 10,052 

Ward 4 9,315 

Ward 5 8, 973 

Ward 6 10, 706 

Ward 7 18,490 

Ward %.: 9, 655 

Ward 9 1 8, 709 

Maiden city. 



1900 



1890 



Ward 1 4,578 

Ward 2 5, 565 

Ward 3 4,349 

Ward 4 4, 705 

Ward 5 4,654 

Ward 6 5,285 

Ward 7 4, 528 

Marlboro city 

Ward 1 1,271 

Ward 2 1, 927 

Ward 3 2, 746 

Ward 4 3, 217 

Ward 5 1,687 

Ward 6 1, 543 

Ward 7 1,218 

Maynard town 

Medford city < 



Ward 1 4, 022 

Ward 2 2, 380 

Ward 3 2,061 

Ward 4 2, 862 

Ward 5 4, 843 

Ward 6 2, 576 

Melrose city' 

Ward 1 _ i 577 

Ward 2 2,044 

Ward 3 1, 954 

Ward 4 1 46O 

Ward 5 l'774 

Ward 6 2! 168 

Ward 7 . 1 985 

Natick town _'_ 

Newton city __ " _ 

S^^^i iiriZsor" 

Ward 2 6 719 

^^i \ 5,493 

Ward 4 3 912 



Ward 5. 



,,, ,„ 5,663 

Ward 6 5 151 

Ward 7 3' 140 

North Reading town " ' 

Pepperelltowu """ ~ 

Reading town "_ '" 

Sherbom town '__ '"_ 

Shirley town I '__ "~ __ ""I 

Somerville city "_ ""__ "" 

Ward 1 io"647~ 

Ward 2 12' MR 

Wards 7'XSS 

Ward 4 I'S?S 

Ward 5 : S'n« 

Wai-d6 o'qSI 

Ward 7 S'Sa 

Stonehamtowno I I "I"": ''™'' 

Stow town J I.-.I "_ ' 

Sudbury town _ "" 

Tewksbiwy town I. ". 

Townsend town "" ~ " 

Tyngsboro town _ " / ' 

Wakefield town _ ~ ~" 

Waltham city... . _ """ '"" __ 

Ward 1 IIII 5755" 

Ward 2 «.J39 

Wards f'217 

Ward 4 H^I 

Wards 3,341 

Ward 6 3,084 

Ward, 7 S'?55 

Watertown town . I ^'^'° 

Waylaud town. __ 

Westford town 

Weston town .... 

Wilmington town _."Z 



24,336 



11,302 
2,052 
2,598 
2,623 
5,454 
3,831 
1,127 
1,179 

94,969 



Pomlr V ^^Itl^V^ '• i'?«o'-PO'-ated as a city since 1890. 
5 Pomeriv MP? rn /f t'°'^'' ' .incorporated as a city since 1890. 
• pSfof WrtSirn ^,-t°^'' ' incorporated as a city sinee 1890. 

ran 01 Woburu city annexed since 1890. 



33,664 



13,609 



3,142 
18,244 



12,962 



9,488 
33,587 



1,035 
3,701 
4,969 
1,483 
1,680 
61,643 



6,197 
1,002 
1,150 
3,683 
1,804 
773 
9,290 
23,481 



9,706 
2,303 
2,624 
1,834 
1,696 



11,0 



9,239 
2,057 
2,619 
4,088 
4,670 
3,197 
987 
1,025 
77,696 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 




1900 


1890 


Middlesex county— Continued. 
Winchester town 


7,248 
14,264 

3,006 


4,861 
13,499 

8,268 




Waj^dl 

Ward« 

Wards 

Ward 4 


2,627 

2,809 

2,337 

2,604 


Ward 6 

Ward 6 

Ward?- _ - - 


1,192 

1,678 

1,007 








3,006 
161,539 


3,268 
118,960 


NOItPOLK COUNTY 






Avon town 


1,741 
1,682 
5,981 

19,935 
4,584 
2,759 
7,457 
656 
3,266 
5,017 
2,229 

13,244 
2,926 
2,761 
1,053 
6,578 
4,016 
980 
5,480 

23,899 

3,993 
2,060 
5,442 
3,672 
6,072 
1,112 
11,324 
2,720 

113,985 


1,884 
1,334 
4,848 

12,103 
4,538 
2,448 
7,123 
727 
2,933 
4,831 
2,474 

10, 193 
1,493 
2,985 
786 
4,278 
3,035 
913 
3,733 

16,723 

3,946 
1,634 
4,852 
2,604 
3,600 






Brookline town 






Dediiam town 2 






Franklin town _ 






Medfield town 




Millis town - 






Norfolk town - - 






Ward 1 


4,258 


Ward 2 

Wards 1 

Ward 4 


2,844 

5,073 

6,297 

3,617 


Ward 6 


2,810 














10,866 
2,566 

92, 700 














4,489 
5,806 
40,063 

1,104 

2,075 

3,025 

622 

2,152 

1,455 

5,059 

1,703 

1,955 

958 

902 

1,810 

1,061 

6,885 

1,560 

1,240 

9,692 

488 

986 

6,327 

2,470 

3,432 

1,711 

6,155 

611,417 


4,260 




4,249 




27,294 


Ward 1 — 


4,824 

6, 063 




Ward 3 , 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 


6,173 

8, 366 

6, 027 




Ward 6 

Ward 7 - 


6,912 

5,698 


994 




1,908 




2,911 




562 




2,093 




1,267 




4,664 




989 




1,669 




936 




871 




1,713 




1,148 




6,066 




1,635 




1,320 




7,314 




597 




1,012 




5,213 




2,318 




3,451 




1,917 




4,441 


SurrOLK OOtTNTY 


484,780 




560,892 


448,477 


Ward 1 - - — 


22,832 






22.924 






14,664 






13,248 




Ward 5 — 


12,840 






30,546 






14,782 






28,817 









MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Suffolk county— Continued. 

Boston city— Continued. 

Ward 9 24,583 

Ward 10 22,142 

Ward 11 19,275 

Ward 12 23,641 

Ward 13 22,835 

Ward 14 21,453 

Ward 15 19,700 

Ward 16 20,017 

Ward 17 25,038 

Ward 18 22,401 

Ward 19 27,178 

Ward 20 32,565 

Ward 21 23,868 

Ward 22 25,610 

Ward 23 23,637 

Ward 24 27,126 

Ward 25 19, 279 

Clielsea city ' 

Ward 1 7,598 

Ward 2 8,018 

Ward 3 7,787 

Ward 4 5,723 

Ward 5 4,916 

Eevere town 

Winthrop town 



Worcester county _ 



Ashburnham town 

Athol town 

Auburn town 

Barre town 

Berlin town 

Blackstone to^vn 

Bolton town 

Boylston town 

Brookfield town 

Charlton town 

Clinton town 

Dana town 

Douglas town 

Dudley town 

Mtchburg city 

Ward 1 4,845 

Ward 2 _'_ 8,619 

Ward 3 4,972 

Ward 4 3, 664 

Ward 5 , 3,791 

Ward 6 5,740 

Gardner town 

Grafton town 

Hard wick town 

Harvard town 

Holden town 

Hopedale town 

Hubbardston town 

Lancaster town 

Leicester town 

Leominster town 

Lunenburg town 

Mendontown 

Milford town 

Millbury town 

New Bralntree town 

Northboro town 

Northbridge town 

North Brookfield town 

Oakham town 

Oxford town 

Paxton town 

Petersham town 

Phillipston town* 

Princeton town 

Royalston town 

Rutland town 

Shrewsbury town 1 

Southboro town 

Southbrldge town 

Spencer town ^ 

Sterling town ' 

Sturbridge town 

■Sutton town 

Templeton town* 

Upton town 

Oxbridge town 

Warren town 

Webster town. 



1900 



Westboro town 

West Boylston town 

West Brookfield town 

Westminster town 

Winchendon town 

Worcester city 

Ward 1 12,889 

Ward 2 16,502 

Ward 8 16,369 

Ward 4 16,852 

Ward 5 18, 624 

Ward 6 14,829 

Ward 7 12,852 

Ward 8 10,004 



34, 072 



10, 396 
6,058 



346, 958 



1,882 
7,061 
1,621 
2,059 
1,003 
5,721 
770 
1,364 
3,062 
1,860 

13, 667 

790 

2,113 

3,653 

31,631 



10,813 

4,869 

3,203 

1,139" 

2,464 

2,087 

1,227 

2,478 

3,416 

12,392 

1,332 

911 

11,376 

4,460 

500 

2,164 

7,036 

4,687 

588 

2,677 

4.59 

853 

441 

975 

958 

1,334 

1,626 

1,921 

10,025 

7,627 

1,420 

2,068 

3,328 

3,489 

1,937 

3,599 

4,417 

8,804 

5,400 

2,314 

1,448 

1,327 

5,001 

118,421 



1 Part given to Stoneham town since 1890. . 

2 Part of Dedham town taken to form Westwood town since 1890. 



3 Part of West Bridgewater town annexed to Brockton city since 1890. 
* Part of Phillipston town annexed to Templeton town since 1890. 



There are 33 incorporated cities in Massachusetts, and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical 
order, being abstracted from table 4, in which they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally 
situated. 

Table 5. -POPULATION OF THE INCORPOKATBD CITIES OP MASSACHUSETTS : 1890 AND 1900. 



Beverly city 

Boston city 

Brockton city __ 
Cambridge city 

Chelsea city 

CUcopee city 

Everett city 

Fall River city . 
Fitchburg city _ 
Gloucester city. 
Haverhill city . 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



13,884 
500, 892 
40, 063 
91,886 
34, 072 
19, 167 
24, 336 
104, 863 
31, 531 
26, 121 
37, 175 



10, 821 
448, 477 
27,294 
70, 028 
27, 909 
14, 050 
11, 068 
74, 398 
22, 037 
24,651 
27,412 



Holj'oke city 

Lawrence city — 

Lowell city 

Lynn city 

Maiden city 

Marlboro city 

Medford city 

Melrose city 

New Bedford city . 
Newburyport city. 
Newton city 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



45, 712 
62, 559 
94, 969 
68, 513 
33, 664 
13, 609 
18, 244 
12, 962 
62,442 
14, 478 
33, 587 



35,637 
44, 654 
77, 696 
55, 727 
23, 031 
13, 805 
11, 079 
8,519 
40, 733 
13, 947 
24,379 



North Adams city. 
Northampton city. 

Pittsfleld city 

Quincy city 

Salem city 

Somerville city — 
Springfield city — 

Taunton city 

Walthara city 

Woburn city 

Worcester city — 



POPULATION. 


1900 


1890 


24,200 


16,074 


18,643 


14,990 


21,766 


17,281 


23,899 


16,723 


35,956 


30,801 


61,643 


40,152 


62,059 


44,179 


31,036 


26,448 


23,481 


18,707 


14,254 


13,499 


118,421 


84,655 



Of the above named 33 cities 8 have between 12,000 and 20,000 inhabitants ; 5 have between 20,000 and 25,000 
inhabitants ; and 20 have more than 25,000 inhabitants. 

Table 6 gives for each of the 20 cities having upwards of 25,000 inhabitants in 1900, the population at each census 
from 1*790 to 1900, inclusive, so far as the population is separately stated in the census reports at each decennial period. 
Table 1, which immediately follows, shows for each city the increase by number and per cent during each of the ten- 
year periods. 

Table 6.— POPULATION OP THE PEINCIPAL CITIES OP MASSACHUSETTS : 1790 TO 1900. 



1900 



1890 



1880 



1870 



1860 



1860 



1810 



1830 



1820 



1810 



1800 



1790 



Boston city 

Brockton city 

Cambridge city 

Chelsea city 

Fall River city 

Fitch burg city 

Gloucester city 

Haverhill city 

Holyoke city 

Lawrence city 

Lowell city 

Lynn city 

Maiden city 

New Bedford city. 

Newton city 

Salem city 

Somerville city 

Springfield city 

Taunton city 

Worcester city 



660, 892 
40, 063 
91,886 
34, 072 

104, 863 
31, 531 
26, 121 
37,175 
45, 712 
62, 559 
94, 969 
68, 513 
33,664 
62,442 
33, 587 
35, 956 
61, 643 
62, 059 
31, 036 

118,421 



448, 477 
27,294 
70,028 
27, 909 
74, 398 
22,037 
24,651 
27, 412 
35, 637 
44, 654 
77, 696 
55, 727 
23,031 
40, 733 
24,379 
30, 801 
40, 162 
44,179 
25,448 
84,655 



362,839 
13, 608 
52, 669 
21, 782 
48,961 
12,429 
19,329 
18, 472 
21,916 
39,151 
59,475 
38,274 
12, 017 
26,845 
16, 995 
27, 563 
24,933 
33,340 
21,213 
58,291 



260,626 
8,007 
39,634 
18,547 
26, 766 
11, 260 
18, 389 
13,092 
10, 733 
28, 921 
40,928 
28,233 
7,367 
21,320 
12,825 
24,117 
14,686 
26,703 
18, 629 
41,106 



177, 840 

6,684 
26, 060 
13, 395 
14, 026 

7,805 
10,904 

9,995 

4,997 
17, 639 
36,827 
19,083 

5,865 
22,300 

8,382 
22,252 

8,026 
18, 199 
18,376 
24,960 



136,881 

3,939 

18, 215 

6,701 

11, 524 

5,120 

7,786 

6,877 

3,245 

8,282 

33, 383 

14,267 

3,520 

16,443 

5,258 

20,264 

3,540 

11, 766 

10,441 

17,049 



93, 383 
2,616 
8,409 
2,390 
6,738 
2,604 
6,360 
4,336 



20, 796 
9,367 
2,514 

12,087 
3,351 

15, 082 



10, 986 
7,648 
7,497 



61, 392 
1,953 
6,072 
771 
4,158 
2,179 
7,601 



43,298 



33,260 



24,937 



3,296 
642 
1,894 
1,736 
6,384 
3,070 



2,323 
694 
1,296 
1,666 
5,943 
2,682 



6,474 
6,138 
2,010 
7,592 
2,377 
13, 895 



4,615 
1,731 
3,947 
1,850 
11,346 



4,087 
1,384 
6,681 
1,709 
12, 613 



6,784 
6,042 
4,173 



3,914 
4,620 
2,962 



2,767 
3,907 
2,677 



2,453 
849 



1,390 
5,313 
2,730 



2,837 
1,059 
4,361 
1,491 
9,487 



2,312 
3,860 
2,411 



18,038 



2,116 
472 



1,151 
5,317 
2,408 



2,291 
1,033 
3,313 
1,360 
7,921 



1,574 
3,804 
2,096 



Table 7.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF MASSACHUSETTS : 1790 TO 1900. 



Boston city 

Brockton city 

Cambridge city __ 

Chelsea city 

Fall River city— 
Fitchburg city __- 
Gloucester city— 
Haverhill city ___ 

Holyoke oitj' 

Lawrence city 

Lowell city 

Lynn city 

Maiden city 

New Bedford city, 

Newton city 

Salem city 

Somerville city __. 

Springfield city 

Taunton city 

Worcester city 



INCBEASE FROM 

1890 TO 1900. 



Number. Per cent, 



112,415 

12,769 

21, 8.58 

6,163 

30, 468 

9,494 

1,470 

9,763 

10,076 

17, 906 

17, 273 

12, 786 

10, 633 

21,709 

9,208 

5,165 

21, 491 

17, S80 

5,588 

33,766 



25.0 
46.7 
31.2 
22.0 
40.9 
43.0 
6.9 
35.6 
28.2 
40.0 
22.2 
22.9 
46.1 
53.2 
37.7 
16.7 
53.5 
40.4 
21.9 



INCREASE PROM 
1880 TO 1890. 



13, 686 

17,359 

6,127 

25, 437 

9,608 

8,322 

8,940 

13, 722 

6,603 

18, 221 

17,453 

U, 014 

13,888 

7, 384 

8, 238 

15, 219 

10,839 

4,235 

26,364 



Per cent. 



23.6 
100.6 
32.9 
28.1 
51.9 
77.3 
27.6 
48.3 
62.6 
14.0 
30.6 
45.6 
91.6 
61.7 
43.4 
11.7 
61.0 
32.5 
19.9 
45.2 



INCREASE FROM 
1870 TO 1880. 



Number. 



112,313 

8,601 

IS, 035 

3,235 

22,195 

1,169 

3,910 

5,380 

11, 182 

10, 230 

18,547 

10, 041 

4,650 

8,625 

4,170 

3,446 

10, 248 

6,637 

2,584 

17, 186 



Per cent. 



44.8 
69.9 
32.8 
17.4 
82.9 
10.3 
25.6 
41.0 
104.1 
36.3 
45.3 
3.5.5 
63.1 
25.9 
32.5 
14.2 
69.7 
24.8 
13.8 
41.8 



INCREASE FROM 

1860 TO 1870. 



Number. 



Per cent. 



72,686 


40.8 


1,423 


21.6 


13,674 


52.0 


5,182 


88.4 


12,740 


90.8 


3,485 


44.2 


4,485 


4L1 


3,097 


30.9 


5,736 


114.7 


11,282 


63.9 


4,101 


11.1 


9,150 


47.9 


1,802 


25.6 


1980 


M.3 


4,443 


53.0 


1,865 


8.3 


6,660 


82.9 


11,504 


76.6 


3,253 


21.1 


16,145 


64.6 



1 Decrease. 



INCREASE FROM 

1860 TO 1860. 



Number. Per cent. 



40, 959 
2,645 

10,846 
6,694 
2,502 
2,685 
3,118 
4,118 
1,7.52 
9,387 
3,444 
4,826 
2,348 
5,887 
3,124 
1,988 
4,488 
3,433 
4,936 
7,911 



29.9 
67.1 
71.2 
99.8 
21.7 
82.4 
40.0 
70.0 
53.9 

112.9 
10.3 
33.8 
66.6 
35.6 
59.4 
9.8 

126.6 
29.1 
47.2 
46.4 



INCREASE FROM 

1840 TO 1860. 



Number. 



43,498 
1,323 
6,806 
4,311 
4,786 
2,816 
1,436 
1,541 



12, 687 
4,890 
1,006 
4,356 
1,907 
5,182 



781 
2,796 
9,852 



Per cent. 



46.8 
50.5 
80.9 
180 3 
71.0 
96.6 
22.6 
38.5 



60.5 
52.2 
40.0 
36.0 
56,9 
34.3 



7.1 
36.5 
127.4 



Table 7.— INCREASE IN POPULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OP MASSACHUSETTS : 1790 TO 1900-Contimied. 



CITIES. 


INCREASE FROM 

18 so TO 1840. 


INCREASE FROM 

1820 TO 1880. 


INCREASE FROM 

1810 TO 1820. 


INCREASE FROM 

1800 TO 1810. 


INCREASE FROM 

1 J 90 TO 1800. 




Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Percent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Boston city 


31,991 

663 

2,337 

1,619 

2,580 

425 

11,151 

440 


52.1 
33.9 
38.4 

209.9 
62.0 
19.5 

115.3 
11.2 


18,094 


41.7 


10,048 


30.2 


8,313 


33.3 


6,899 




Brockton city 




Cambridge city 


2,777 
129 

2,564 
443 

1,117 
826 


84.2 
20.0 
160.8 
25.5 
17.4 
26.9 


972 
48 
298 
170 
441 
888 


41.8 
8.0 

22.9 

10.8 
7.4 

14.4 


1130 
1255 


15.2 
130.0 


338 
377 


15 9 






Fall River city 




Fitcliburg city 


176 
630 

148 


12.6 
11.8 
11.7 


239 
14 
322 


20 7 


Gloucester city __ 


%. 


Haverhill city — _ 


Holyoke city __ 




Lawrence city 






















Lowell city ._ 


14,322 
3,229 

504 
4,495 

974 
1,187 


221.2 
52.6 
25.0 
59.2 
40.9 
8.5 


















Lynn city 


1,623 
279 

3,645 
527 

2,549 


35.9 
16.1 
92.3 
28.4 
22.4 


428 
347 

11,704 
141 

11,267 


10.4 
25.0 

130.1 
8.2 

110.0 


1,250 
325 

1,290 
218 

3,156 


44.0 
30.6 
29.5 
14.6 
33.3 


546 

26 

1,048 

131 
1,536 


23 8 




2 5 


New Bedford city — 


31 6 


Newton city __ _ _^ 


9 6 






Somerville city _ _ __ _ 




Springfield city 


4,201 
1,603 
3,324 


61.9 
26.5 
79.6 


2,870 
1,522 
1,211 


73.3 
33.6 
40.8 


1,147 
613 
385 


41.4 
15.6 
14.9 


455 
47 
166 


19.6 
1.2 
6.8 


738 

66 

316 


46 8 




1 4 




15 







1 Decrease. ' Less than one-tenth of 1 per cent. 

All of the above named cities show an increase in population since 1890, the largest percentages being 5.S.5 for 
Somerville and 53.2 for New Bedford, and the smallest 5.9 for Gloucester. Boston, with 560,892 inhabitants in 1900, 
shows an increase of 25 per cent since 1890, which is a slightly higher rate of increase than that for the preceding 
decade, when it was 23.6 per cent. Worcester, the second largest city in the state, has a population in 1900 of 
118,421 as compared with 84,655 in 1890, constituting an increase during theJien years of 33,766, or 39.8 per cent. 
Fall River, with 104,863 inhabitants, is the third city in the state, and shows an increase since 1890 of nearly 41 per 
cent. Lowell, with 94,969, and Cambridge, with 91,886 inhabitants rank fourth and fifth among the cities of the 
state, the next largest city being Lynn, with a population in 1900 of 68,513. 




Director of the Census. 



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■(rr-jV. 



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Twelfth Census of the United 




Census Bullet 



N. 



No. 14. 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 



November 10, 1900. 



POPULATION OF COLORADO BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives the 
aggregate population of Colorado by couiities and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the returns of 
the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Colorado was organized as a territory February 28, 1861, and admitted as a state August 1, 1876. Table 1 show? 
the population of Colorado at each Census from 1860 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per 
cent during each decade. / 

Table 1.— POPULATION OF COLORADO : 1860 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEABS. 



1900- 

1890- 
18S0- 
1870- 
1860- 



Population. 



539, 700 

412,198 

194, 327 

39,864 

34, 277 



Number. 


Per cent. 


127,502 


30.9 


217,871 


112.1 


154,463 


387.4 


5,587 


16.2 



The population of the state in 1900 is 539,700 as compared with a population in 1890 of 412,198, representing an 
increase during the decade of 127,502, or 30.9 per cent. A small part of this increase is due to the fact that there 
were 985 Indians and 66 other persons, or a total of 1,051 persons, on Indian reservations, etc., in Colorado, who were 
specially enumerated in 1890 under the provisions of the census act, but were not included in the general population of 

the state at that census. 

Colorado had in 1860 a population of 84,277 and in 1870 a population of 39,864, but in 1880, the first census taken 
after its admission as a state, it had grown to 194,327, representing an increase in ten years of 154,463, or 387.4 per 
cent. During the decade from 1880 to 1890, its population was again increased by considerably more than 100 per 
cent, giving a total in 1890, as previously stated, of 412,198. 

The population of Colorado in 1900 is very nearly sixteen times as large as the population given for 1860, the first 
year in which its population is given in the census report. 

The total land surface of Colorado is, approximately, 103,645 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
square mile at the censuses of 1890 and 1900 being as follows: 1890, 3.9; 1900, 5.2. 

Table 2 shows the population of Colorado by counties at each census from 1870 to 1900, inclusive, while table 3, 
which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase by number and per cent during the ten years from 
1890 to 1900. 

(C P 15 M) 



Table 2.— POPULATION OF COLORADO BY COUNTIES : 1870 TO 1900. 



COUNTIES. 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


ISCO 


1850 


COUNTIES. 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


ISOO 


1S50 


The State 


639,700 


412,198 


194, 327 


39,864 


34,277 




Lake 


18,054 

7,016 

12,168 

21,842 

926 

3,292 
9,267 
1,913 
3,058 
4,535 

3,268 
11,522 
4,731 
2,998 
1,583 

7,020 
3,766 
34,448 
1,690 
4,080 

3,661 
3,853 
2,342 
5,379 
971 

2,744 
29,002 

1,241 
16,808 

1,729 


14,663 
5,509 
9,712 

17,208 
689 

3,070 
4,260 


23, 563 
1,110 
4,892 
8,903 


522 










La Plata" 








153,017 

2,117 

759 

3,049 

21,544 

7,085 
501 
7,082 
8,794 
4,632 

2,937 
5,487 
1,134 
8,120 
3,008 

3,101 
31, 602 
15, 636 
5,835 
6,690 

741 


132,135 

826 

1,479 

1,313 

14,082 

6,612 
534 
7,184 
7,193 
3,491 

2,970 
2,534 
1,498 
3,006 
3,725 

1, 856 
21,239 
9,1.56 
4,478 
5,867 

604 


38,644 


6,829 






Larimer -_ 


f-'3S 
4,276 






Archuleta ^ 







Las Animas 2 




' 












Lincoln 6 






Bents 


1, 654 
9,723 

6,512 


592 
1,939 






Logan 18 
























Mesao 








" 


Chaffee ^ 


Mineral" 










Cheyenne s. 








Montezuma i' 

Montrose 5 


1,529 
3,980 

1,601 
4,192 
6,510 
3, .548 
2,642 

8,929 
1,969 
31,491 
1,200 
3,451 

2,369 
3,313 
1,572 
2,909 
1,293 

1,906 










Clear Creek 


7,823 
5,605 
2,879 

8,080 


1,596 
2,504 
1,779 


■" 












Conejos i 






Morgan i' 










Costilla 








Custer 






Ouray ' 


"'"2^669" 
3,970 








Delta 6- 










Park 


447 
















Phillips 20 






Douglas — 


2,486 


1,388 






Pitkin « 










Eagles 










1,708- 
7,949 
4,735 








Prowers 16 










Elhert»- 


Pueblo 


7,617 


2,265 






El Paso i« 


987 
1,064 






Eio Blanco « 

Eio Grande " 

Koutt 






Fremonfii _ 


- 




1,944 

140 
1,973 
1,087 








Garfield 12 












Gilpin 


6,489 
417 


5,490 














Saguache 14 


304 






Grand „ 


San Juan 






Greenwood is 


510 






San Miguel ' 

Sedgwick M 


- 






Gunnison « _. 


.5,331 
1,609 
8,395 

9,306 
701 

l.sso 


4,3.59 

862 

6,882 

8,450 

1, 2i-i 

2, 472 


8,235 
1,487 
4,124 

6,804 














Hinsdale » 






" 


Summit 22 


5,459 


258 






Huerfano __ 


2,260 
2,390 














Tener'23 






Jefferson 


Washington 24 

Weld 25 


2,301 
11,736 
2,596 










Kiowa lo 






5,646 


1,636 






Kit Carson 10 










Yuma2« 



























1 Archuleta organiieA from part of Conejos in 1885. 

2 Baca organized from part of Las Animas in 1889. 
8 Organized from part of Greenwood in 1874 ; parts taken to form Cheyenne 

Kiowa, Lincoln, Otero, and Prowers in 1889. 

* Part annexed to Fremont since 1890. 

s Organized from parts of Bent and Elbert in 1889. 

« Parts of Gunnison taken to form Pitkin in 1881, and Delta, Mesa. andMont^ 
rose in 1883. 

' Parts of Ouray taken to form Dolores in 1881 and San Miguel in 1883 

» Organized from part of Summit in 1883. 

'Organized from part of Greenwood in 1874 ; parte taken to form Cheyenne 
Kit Carson, and Lincoln in 1889. ' 

1" Part taken to form Teller in 1899. 

11 Part taken to form Teller in 1899 ; part of Chaffee annexed since 1890 
1889 "'^^'^^^^^ f™™ P"' °' Summit in 1883 ; part taken to form Rio Blanco in 



18 Taken to form Bent and Elbert in 1874. 

" Mineral organized from parts of Hinsdale, Eio Grande, and Saguache in 

" Organized from part of Bent in 1889. 

i« Organized from part of Elbert in 1889. 

" Montezuma organized from part of La Plata in 1889. 

Sedgvvf^to^l^89'^°™ ^^^ °^ ^ '° ^^^ ' ^'^^^ ^^^^ *" *°™ Phillips and 
i» Organized from part of Weld in 1889. 
2" Organized from part of Logan in 1889. 

21 Organized from part of Garfield in 1889. 

22 Parts taken to form Eagle and Garfield in 1883 

28 Organized from parts ot EI Paso and Fremont In 1899 
a Organized from part of Weld in 1887 ; part taken to form Yuma in 1889. 
2 nS^J^^I'L'" '°™.L°A«? 'ii.'l Washin.gton in 1887 and Morgan in 1889. 
'" Organized from part of Washingtonjn 1889. 



TABLE 3.-INCREASE IN POPULATION OF COLORADO BY COUNTIES: 1890 TO 1900. 




Decrease, 



COUNTIES 


INCREASE. 




Number. 


Per cent. 


La Plata .. _ 


1,507 

2,456 

4,634 

237 

222 

5,007 

1,913 

1,529 

555 

1,667 

7,330 

11,779 

1 5,50 

11,059 

1 1, 909 

1,797 

2,957 

490 

629 

1, 292 

540 

770 

2,470 

13V2 

838 

29,002 

11,060 

5,072 

1867 


27.3 
25.2 
26.9 
34.3 
7.2 
117.5 


Larimer. , 


Las Animas __ 


Lincoln 


Logan 


Mesa 


Mineral 


Montezuma 


100.0 

13.9 

104.1 

174.8 

127.3 

115.5 

140.0 

121.3 

91.2 

9.3 

40.8 

18.2 

54.5 

16.2 

48.9 

84.9 

124.9 

43.9 


Montrose 


Morgan 


Otero 


Ouray 


Park 


Phillips 


Pitkin 


Trowers 


Pueblo 


Eio Blanco 


Rio Grande. 


Routt 


Saguache— 


San Juan 


San Miguel 


Sedgwick__ 


Summit 


Teller ' 


Weld -_:.__ 


146.0 

43.2 

133.S 


Yuma 





The following territorial changes in the counties of Colorado hive K^^n ^„^ • 
to Fremont since 1890; Mineral organized from parts of hLZI T o T' '^'' ' ^^^t of Chaffee annexed 
organized from parts of El Paso and Fremont iu 1899. ' ^^I'^nde, and Saguache in 1893; Teller 



Of the BV counties in the state, 42 show increases in population since 1890, and in some of them the percentages 
of increase are very large, namely, Otero, 1'74.8 per cent; Archuleta, 156.2 per cent; Bent, 132.2 percent; Mesa, 
117.5 per cent; Delta, 116.5 per cent; Morgan, 104.1 per cent; Montezuma, 100.0 per cent; Prowers, 91.2 per cent; 
Hinsdale, 86.6 per cent; and San Miguel, 84.9 per cent. 

The 15 counties showing a decrease in population are Baca, Cheyenne, Clear Creek, Custer, Dolores, Eagle, 
Kiowa, Kit Carson, Ouray, Park, Phillips, Pitkin, Sedgwick, Washington, and Yuma. 

Table 4 shows the population of Colorado by minor civil divisions, so far as it was separately returned at the 
censuses of 1890 and 1900. < 

Table 4.— POPULATION OF COLORADO BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Arapahoe county > 



Abbott precinct 

Axgo precinct, including Argo town. 

Argo town 

Barr precinct . 



Bennett precinct 

Beikeley precinct, Including Berkeley town., 

Berkeley town 

Big Dry precinct 

Box Elder precinct- 



Brighton precinct, including Brighton town. 

Brighton town 

Broadway Junction precinct 

Byers precinct _ 



Cherrylyn precinct .. 
Coal Creek precinct- 
Cope precinct 

Deer Trail precinct.. 
Denver city » 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



5.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

».. 
Ward 10.. 
Ward U.. 
Ward 12- 



Ward 13.. 
Ward 14. 



Ward 15.. 
Ward 16. 



4,682 
. 5,915 
. 8,021 
. 9,304 
, 6,954 
. 12,249 
. 7,821 
. 10,402 
. 12,339 
, 12, 376 
. 10,750 
. 10,785 
. 6,164 
. 2,485 
. 6,921 
. 6,691 



1900 



Duff precinct - 

East Elyria precinct, including part of Elyria town 

Elyria town (part of) 

Total for Elyria town, in East and West Elyria precincts.. 

Glendale precinct 

Harrishurg precinct 

Henderson precinct 

Idalia precinct 

Irondale precinct 

Kiowa precinct 

Lansing precinct 

Leetsdale precinct 

Lower Clear Creek precinct 

Lower Platte precinct 

Mel vin precinct -r— v^^f "C — 

Middle GlobevlUe precinct, comprising part of Qlobe- 
vllle town. 

GlobcviUe town (part of) ^T—, ."^ — C 

Total for Globeville town, in Middle, North, and bouth 
Globeville, and Retreat Park precincts. ^ , ^ , . 
Montclair precinct, including Fletcher and Montclair 
towns. 

Fletcher town. 



Montclair town- 



including part of Littleton 



Mooreland precinct ,-- ::i~i'7r,~cz;;;TTr 

North Globeville precinct, comprising part of Globeville 
town. 

Globeville town (part of) 
North Littleton precinct, 
town. 

Littleton town (part of) — — T—fT-r;-- — 

Total for Littleton town, in North and South Littleton 
precincts. 

Paper Mills precinct ;-— :% ■.- 

Petersburg precinct, including Shendan town 

Sheridan town . — r-z^r-r~~:v^^~~r~~~~' 

Retreat Park precinct, including part of Globeville town. 

Globeville town (part of) — :■ '.li— r77i"i;i;;iiTr 

South Globeville precinct, comprlsmg part of Globeville 



town. 

Globeville town (part of)- 



South Littleton precinct. Including part of Littleton town 

Littleton town (part oO 

Sullivan precinct 

Thurman precinct 

Upper Clear Creek preomct-. 



153,017 



142 

500 



108 
820 
707 
331 
105 
674 
366 
680 
169 
446 
160 
341 
251 
133, 359 



322 
708 
663 

105 
313 
603 
446 
168 
453 
407 
364 
383 
117 
882 

882 
3,193 



415 
271 
432 

567 

442 
738 

807 
948 
443 
442 
123 
755 



755 
626 
296 
225 
193 
426 
1,053 
665 
721 
721 



1890 



132,135 



306 



106,713 



380 



Valverde precinct, including Valverde town 

Valverde town l"I~^^~Z7Z'r^7^~~ 

West Elyria precinct, comprising part of Elyria town.. 

Elyria town (part of) 

1 Comparison with population for 1890 can not be made ; county redlstricted 

''""2^ Highlands city (population 5,161 in 1890) annexed since 1890. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Archuleta county ^ . 



Precinct 1. East Pagosa Springs, including part of Pagosa 
Springs town. 

Pagosa Springs town (part of) 

Total for Pagosa Springs town, in precincts i and s 

Precinct 2. Edith, including Edith town 

Edith town 

Precincts. Chromo 



Precinct 4. San Juan River 

Precinct 5. West Pagosa Springs, including part of Pa- 
gosa Springs town. 

Pagosa Springs town (part of) 

Precinct 6. Piedra. 



Southern Dte Indian reservation (part of) 

Total for Southern Ute Indian reservation, in Archuleta, 
La Plata, and Montezuma counties. 



Baca county i. 



Precinct 1. Minneapolis 

Precinct 2. Stonington 

Precinct3. Vilas 

Precinct 4. Springfield, including Springfield town. 

Springfiela town 

Precinct 5. Atlanta - 

Preoiaet 6. Carriso 



Bent county = 



Precinct 1. Fredonia 

Precinct 3. Caddoa.. 

Precinct 4. Prowers — 

Precinct 5. Las Animas, including part of Las Animas 
town. 

Las Animas town (part of) 

Total for Las Animas town, in precincts s and 8 

Precinct 6. Northeast 

Precinct 7. Gagsby 

Precinct 8. Las Animas, including part of Las Animas 
town. 
Las Animas town (p^rt of) 



Boulder county*.. 



Precinct 1. Longmont, including ward 1 of Longmont 
town. 

Longmont town (part of) 

Total for Longmont town, in precincts i, 21, 24, and 33 — 

Ward I 761 

Ward 2 624 

Ward 3 816 

Precinct 2. Hygiene 



Precinct 3. Altona 

Precinct 4. Boulder, exclusive of part of Boulder city„ 

Precinct B. Valmont 

Precinct 6. Canfleld 

Precinct 7. Marshall 

Precinct 8. Magnolia. 



Precinct 9. Lafayette, including Lafayette town _ 
Lafayette town 

Precinct 10. Ward, including Ward town 

Ward town . 



1900 



Precinct 11. Jamestown, including Jamestown town . 

Jamestown town 

Precinct 12. Caribou 

Precinct 13. Nederland 

Precinct 14. Gold Hill 



Precinct IB. Sunshine . 
Precinct 16. Sugar Loaf-. 
Precinct 17. Salma . 



Precinct 18. Lyons, including Lyons town- 
Lyons town.. 



Precinct 19. Louisville, including part of Louisville town. 

Louisville town (part of) 

Total for Louisville town, in precincts 19 and 27 

Precinct 20. Niwot. 



2,117 



271 



367 
379 
282 
249 
357 
669 

304 

92 

100 

1.145 



759 



107 

173 
85 

198 
44 
28 

168 



150 
322 
100 
800 

537 
1, 192 
451 
295 
931 

655 



21,544 



761 
2, 20Z 



527 
218 
496 
713 
345 
443 
183 
1,192 

97° 
832 
300 
449 
164 
44 
182 
407 
429 
166 
462 
843 
547 
589 
51S 
966 
437 
871 



1890 



1,479 



1,313 



Precinct 21. Longmont, including parts of wards 2 and 
3 of Longmont town. 

Longmont town (part of) 

Precinct 22. Boulder, exclusive of part of Boulder city „, 

a Not returned by precincts in 1890. 

* Comparison with population for 1890 can not be made ; information as to 
changes in minor civil divisions incomplete. 



596 



Table 4 POPULATION OF COLORADO BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



BouLDEE COUNTY — Continued. 
Precinct 23. Sunset, 



Precinct 24. Longmont, including part of ward 2 of Long- 
mont town. 

Longfmont town (part of) 

Precinct 25. Aliens Park 

Precinct 26. Broomfield ._.' 

Precinct 27. Louisville, including part of Louisville town. 

Louisville town (part of) 

Precinct 28. Noland '_'_'_'. 

Precinct 29. Boulder, exclusive of part of Boulder city 

Precinct 30. Boulder, exclusive of part of Boulder city 

Precinct 31. Boulder, exclusive of part of Boulder city 

Precinct 33. Longmont, including part of ward 8 of Long- 
mont town. 

Longmont town (part of) 

Precinct 84. Eldora, including Eldora town 'IZIIII 

Eldora town . 



Precinct 35. Superior 7-1-. ~II1.'Z_."IIIIIII 

Precinct 36. Hessie, including Hessie town 

Hessie town 

Boulder city, comprising precinct 32"and"part3 of "pre- 
cincts 4, 22, 29, 30, and 31. 
Ward 1. 



1900 



Ward 2-. 
Ward 3-. 
Ward 4-. 



1,623 
, 1,686 
, 1,373 

1,568 



Chai'fee county 1 . 



Precinct 1. Granite, Including Granite town-. 

Granite town 

Precinct 3. Riverside _ 



Precinct 4. Buena Vista, including part ofBuena Visto 
town. 



Buena Vista town (part of) 



Total for Buena Vista town, in precincts 4 and 
Precinct 5. Buena Vista, includmg part of Bu 



S-- 



town. 

Buena Vista town (part of). 
Precinct 6. Dolomite 



udmg part of Buena Vista 



Precinct 7. St. Elmo, including "st."E"lmo "towul 

St, Elmo town 

Precinct 8. Nathrop 



Precinct 9. Browns Canyon ~ _~" I 

Precinct 10. Salida, including part oTsalldacity- 
Salida city (part of)_ 



Total for Salida city, in precincts 10, 11, za, 13, and 14 
Precmct 11. Salida, comprising part of Salida city „! 
Salida city (part of) -. 



Precinct 12. Salida, comprising'partof SaildaTcity" 
Sahda city (part of)" 

Precinct 13. Salida, comprising part of Salida'oityl" 

Salida city (part of) 

Precinct 14. Salida, including part'of ¥aUda"city IZ 

Salida city (part of)-. 



Precinct 15. Poncha Springs, inciuding" Poncha" Springs" 

Poncha Springs town 

Precinct 16. Maysville Jl _l _Z I 

Precinct 17. Monarch - - "_' 

Precinct 19. Turret- - - _I 



Cheyenne county-. 



Precinct 1. Kit Carson 

Precinct 2. Cheyenne Wells,^ including" CheyVnue" WeTls 
town.* 

Precinct 3. Aroya 

Precinct 4. Old Wells » IllIlZI 



Clear Creek county ^ _ 



Precinct 1. Silver Plume, including pai-t of Silver Plume 
town. 

Silver Plume town (part of) 

Total for Silver Plume town, in precincts i and 2 III 
Precinct 2. Silver Plume, comprising part of Silver' 
Plume town. 

Silver Plume town (part of) 

Precinct 3. Georgetown, including parte of" wards'l andT 
of Georgetown town, 

Georgetown town (part of) 

Total for Georgetown town, in precincts 3, 4, and's-""""" 

Ward I "aos"" 

Ward 2 :; ^l 

Ward 3 "° 

Precinct 4. Georgetown, Including parts of wards 2"and 3 
of Georgetown town. 

Georgetown town (part of ) 

Precinct 5. Georgetown, comprising parteof "wards i"and" 
2 of Georgetown town. 

Georgetown town (part of) 



.152 
1,002 



100 
161 
699 
451 
119 
153 
406 
120 
518 

293 
435 
395 
262 
72, 
17 
6,150 



1890 



374 
250 
128 
672 

443 

1,006 

742 

5% 
95 
147 
65 
220 
130 
725 

523 

3,722 

654 

6S4 



899 



7+7 
867 



86 

88 

113 



97 
298 



429 

292 
775 
483 

483 
613 

476 
1,418 



298 
644 

644 



3,330 



6,612 



■,586 



2534 



111 
319 



36 
41 



7,184 



908 



> Comparison with population for 1K90 can not be made ; countv redistrir-torl 
and part annexed to Eremont cmmtv sinr^o luu,! ' '-"""'-J' reaismctea 



1890, 



„.^ , ^ county since 1890. 

2 Includes population (27) of precinct 5, annexed to precincts 2 and 4 since 

» Part of precinct 5 annexed since 1890. 
* Not separately returned, 
eincl iff^™™ '"*'' population for 1890 can not be made ; county redistricted 



MINOR OrVIL DIVISIONS. 



Clear Creek county— Continued. 

Precinct 6. Empire, including Empire town . 
Empire town_. 



Precinct 7. Lawson 

Precinct 8. Dumont 

Precinct 9. Fall River 

Precinct 10. Freeland 

Precinct 11. Lamartine _ 



Precinct 12. Idaho Springs, Including part of Idaho 
Springs town. 
Idaho Springs town (part of ) _. 

T*..*..! f — TJ..T.- c — : * ;. 



Total for Idaho Springs town, in precincts iz, 13, and 14— 
Precinct 13. Idaho Springs, including part of Idaho 
Sprtngatown. 

Idaho Springs town (part of) 

Precinct 14, Idaho Springs, including part of Idaho 
Springs town, 

Idaho Springs town (part of) 

Precinct 15, Alice 



Conejos county. 



Precinct 1, Guadalupe, including Conejos town 

Conejos town 

Precinct 2, La Isla 

Precinct 8, San Rafael,' including San Rafael town . 

San Rafael town 

Precinct 4, Los Pinos 1 

Precinct 5, Cenicero 

Precinct 6. Capulin' 

Precinct 7. Los Souces- 



Precinct 8. La Jara, including La Jara town 

La Jara town 

Precinct 9. Rio Grande, including part of AlamosaTown 

Alamosa town (part of) 

Total for Alamosa town.s in precincts 9 and 12 

Precinct 10. Manassa, including Manaasa town 

Manassa town. 



Precinct 11, Autonito, including Antonito town-IIIIIIII 

Antonito town 

Precinct 12. West Alamosa, including "part of"Al"a"mosa 
town. 

Alamosa town (part of ) 

Precinct 14. Sanford "'___ I_ ' 

Precinct 15. Osier _ " _ "' 

Precinct 16. Logan - "' " y ' 



Costilla county'.. 



Precinct 1. San LuIsl 

■Precinct 2. San Pedro — 

Precinct 3. Chamo 

Precinct 4. San Francisco . 

Precinct 5. La CostiUa „ 

Precinct 6. San Acaeio — 

Precinct 7. Fort Garland 

Precinct 8. Rio Grande - _ 

Precinct 9. Stanley 

Precinct 10. Mosca_. 



Precinct 11. zapato.rrrmr-mrri- 2~ ~_' 

Precinct 12, Hooper, Including Hoopertown ' 

Hooper town 

Precinct 13, East Dale IZIZZII.IIIII 



Custer county . 



Precinct 1, Greenwood - 
Precinct 4, Rosita, including "Rosita'town 
Rosita town - „ - - „ 

^to^"' ^- ^^^^"^ ^^'"' l°«l"'^di°g P^""orsil"var""cUfl' 
Silver Cliff town (part of) 
Total for Silver Cliff town 



i oidi lor Oliver l^im town, in precincts c and fi 
Flecinct 6, Silver Cm,^': .om^ri^^^lA''otM.iiiVGU.i 



town. 

Silver Cliff town (part ofl 
Precinct 7, Texas Creek .'Z 



Precinct 8, Ula 

Precinct 9. Colfax -■- 

Precinct 10. Use - "Z"Z 

Precinct 11. Palrview-"Z 

'^'wrtc'iLTo^ri«A\™'^"^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



Delta county 



^'tSL\.^tf,^,^'-^^^ ^ oi Delta town- 

PrecTS'2%'^?I.h,^^"''^P'i'?'"«=''"'^"d"6"--:""" 

Ho?chkis??Jt'''''' '"""^"^^"^ Hotchkiss town,: 

Precinct 3. Paonia—ZZZZZZ 



1900 



364 
276 
285 
200 
151 
198 
157 
974 

689 
2,502 
1,123 



1,029 
1,154 



1890 



784 

85, 



8,794 



1,338 



1,367 
700 
600 
238 

1,050' 
243 
455 
208 
698 
673. 

1, 141 
841 
739 
360 
347 
667 

468 
766 
199 
274 



4,632 



'7,193 



610 



615 
791 



314 
263 
411 
191 
489 



731 
503 
529 
261 
348 
2% 
484 
2a. 
299 
293 
169 
401 

177 
111 



2,987 



1,091 



642 
835 

202 



167 
94 



8,491 



no 
264 

217 
576 
359 

359 
142 
264 
348' 
297 
76 
326 
256 

5,487 



' I?eSnct lWJ,^»^°5 f?*^) °' P'-ecinct 13, 
6 T? liS i„ annexed since 1890, 
4? J . ™ precinct 9 only, 

" ?a??'SiVn°,^Trrpr&TsVn'c??^r ' ^'^^ ^«»- 



1,092 
300 
810 

261 

381 



2,970 



410 
478 
3°4 
677 



546 



196 
374 
451 
200 
62 
227 
192 

2,584 



1,226 



470 
373 



271 

annexed to precinct 6 since 1890, 



Table 4 — POPULATION OP COLORADO BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Delta county— Continued. 



Precinct 4. Surface Creek 

Precinct 5. Crawford 

Precinct 6. Delta.i Including part of Delta town. 
Delta town (part of) 



DOLOKES COUNTY 2. 



Precinct 1, including part of Rico town 

Rico town (part of) 

Total for Rico town, in precincts z and 2_, 

Precinct 2, including part of Rico town.- . 
Rico town (part of) 

Precinct 3 

Precinct 4 



Douglas county »_. 



Precinct 1. Parker 

Precinct 2. Platte 

Precinct 3. Sedalia. 



Precinct 4. East Castle Rock, including part of Castle 
Rock town. 

Castle Rock town (part of) 

Total for Castle Rock town, in precincts 4 and 7 

Precinct 5. Glen Grove 

Precinct 6. Larkspur 



Precinct 7. West Castle Rock, including part of Castle 
Rock town. 

Castle Rock town (part of) 

Precinct 8. Franktown 

Precinct 9. Case 

Precinct 10. Spring Valley 

Precinct 11. Sugar Creek 

Precinct 12. Bergen Park, including West Creek town 

West Creek town 

Precinct 13. Hilltop 

Precinct 14. Greenland 



Eaqle county - 



Precinct 1. Mitchell 

Precinct 3. Red Cliff,5 including Red Cliff town_ 
Red Cliff town 

Precinct 4. Cleveland. 



Precinct 5. Gilman, coextensive with Gilman town . 

Oilman town 

Precinct 6. Mintum 

Precinct 7. Lakes ' 

Precinct 8. Wolcott 

Preci;iot 9. Eagle,' including Eagle town 

Eagle town 

Precinct 10. Gypsum, ^ including Gypsum town 

Gypsum town _. 

Precinct 12. Basalt, including Basalt town 

Basalt town 

Precinct 13. Ruedi 

Precinct 14. Bums Hole 

Precinct 15. Sheephom 

Precinct 16. FuUord' 



Elbert county 2. 



Precinct 1. Elizabeth, including Elizabeth town., 

Elizabeth town 

Precinct 2. Lower Running Creek 

Precinct 3. Kiowa 

Precinct 4. Elbert 

Precinct 5. River Bend 

Mattisou 

Wilson 



Precinct 6. 
Precinct 7. 
Precinct 8. 



Fondis-, 



El Paso county'—. 



Precinct 1. Eastonville 

Precinct 2. Table Rock 

Precinct 3. Monument, including Monument town.. 
Monument town 



1900 



1,079 
947 

1,105 
S19 



414 

379 
811 
456 
432 
141 
123 



3,120 



253 
334 
455 
286 

104 
304 
189 
143 
276 

200 
301 
119 
226 

97 
173 
161 

86 
182 

8,008 



305 
256 
100 
221 
221 
427 
168 
130 
271 
124 
413 

76 
565 
382 
100 

67 
102 

71 

3,101 



487 

283 
673 
778 
81 
80 
253 
466 



31, 602 



229 
852 
156 



1890 



432 
233 



1,498 



3,006 



*3,725 



m 



(«) 



432 
818 
383 
I 
449 
442 
191 

81 
241 



163 

~i6o 



43 
56 



1,856 



21, 239 



> Organized from -pait of precinct 1 since 1890. 

2 Not returned by precincts in 1890. , . ,. 

8 Comparison with population for 1890 can not be made ; information as to 
changes in minor civil divisions incomplete. . .„ 

4 Includes population (882) of precincts 2, 4, 7, and 11 ; precinct 2 annexed to 
3 and precinct 11 to 10 since 1890. 

6 ft-eeinct 2 (population 455 m 1890) annexed since 1890. 

« Precincts 4 and 7 (popula,tlon 379 in 1890) not separately returned in 1890. 

' Precinct 16 organized from parts of precincts 7 and 9 since 1890. 

8 Precinct 11 (population 48 in 1890) annexed since 1890. 

9 Part taken to form Teller county in 1899. Comparison with population for 
1890 can not be made ; county redistricted since 1890. 

11 Part^1?f^Chaleef county annexed since 1890; parts of Sageville, Upper 
Beaver, and Wilbur precincts taken to forrn Teller county m 1899. 

12 Includes population (107) of Beaver Creek and Galena precincts ; Beaver 
Oreek taken to fonn Russell and Upper Beaver, and Galena annexed to South 
Canyon since 1890. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



El Paso county— Continued. 



Precinct 4. Husted 

Precinct 5, including part of Colorado City town 

Colorado City town (part of) 

Total for Colorado City town, in precincts 5, 6, and 7.. 

Precinct 6, including part of Colorado City town 

Colorado City town (part of) 

Precinct 7, including part of Colorado City town 

Colorado City town (part of) 

Precinct 8. Fountain, including 

Precinct 9. El Paso 



; Fountain town w _ 



Precinct 1?. Manitou, comprising part of Manitou town. 
Manitou town (part of). 



Total for Manitou town, in precincts 12 and 13 

Precinct 13. Manitou, including part of Manitou town.. 



Manitou town (part of). 

Precinct 14. Ramah 

Precinct 15. Sunview 

Precinct 16. Edgerton 

Precinct 17. Calhan 

Precinct 19. Pranceville.. 

Precinct 20. Falcon 

Precinct 22. Roswell. 



Precinct 23. Palmer Lake, coextensive with Palmer Lake 

town. 
Precinct 24. Green Mountain Falls, including Green 

Mountain Palls town. 

Green Mountain Falls town 

Precinct 25. Peyton 

Precinct 26. Ivywild. 



Precincts 27 to 41, coextensive with Colorado Springs 
city. 
Colorado Springs city 

Ward I 3, 109 

Ward 2 6, 149 

Ward 3 4) 009 

Ward 4 4, 141 

Ward 5 31677 



Fremont county n . 



Bare Hills precinct''.. 
Brookside precinct . 



Canyon City precinct," coextensive with Canyon City.. 

Canyon City 

Ward I 1(257 

Ward 2 1(247 

Ward 5 1(271 

Chandler precinct's 

Coal Creek precinct 

Coaldale precinct" 

Cotopaxi precinct. 



Cottonwood precinct 

Currant Creek precinct" 

Eldred precinct'* 

Florence precinct," including Florence city 

Florence city 

Ward I 852 

Ward 2 1(353 

Ward 3 1(523 

Fruitmere precinct '^ 

Glendale precinct 

Hardscrabble precinct 

Hillside precinct 

Howard precinct 

Lower Beaver precinct 

Parkdale precinct.. 



1900 



Rockvale precinct, including Rookvale city . 

Rockvale city 

Ward I 

Ward 2 ^ 

Russell precinct 20 

Sageville precinct 2'_ 



371 
499 



South Canyon precinct.^s Including South Canyon City 

South Canyon City 

Ward 1 : 728 

Ward 2 230 

Texas Creek precinct 

Upper Beaver precinct 23 

West Florence precinct" 

Whitehom precinct 24 

Wilbur precinct 23 

Williamsburg precinct 



134 
1,780 
1,426 
=,914 
950 
841 
813 
647 
400 
147 
627 
627 
1,303 
729 
676 
339 
105 
117 
840 
119 
316 
448 
166 

111 

40 

464 

1,038 

21,085 

21,085 



15(636 



37 

479 

3,775 

3(775 



253 

807 

157 

211 

60 

57 

125 

4,480 

3(728 



789 
180 
112 
127 
334 
47 
74 
1,009 
870 



72 

26 

1,641 



47 
95 
80 

140 
85 

337 



1890 



12 9,156 



309 
3(034 
2(825 



1,122 
197 
184 
78 
105 



732 



J44 
166 
149 
461 
156 
144 
741 



457 

'3 Organized from parts of Canyon City and Currant Creek precincts since 
1890. 

'< Given as Canyon in 1890 ; parts taken to form Bare Hills, Eldred, Fruit 
mere, and Sageville precincts since 1890. 

IS Organized from part of South Canyon precinct since 1890. 

18 Formerly Hendricks. 

" Part taken to form Bare Hills precinct since 1890. 

18 Organized from part of Canyon City precinct since 1890. 

19 West Florence precinct organized from part of Florence precinct since 
1890. 

2» Organized from part of Beaver Creek precinct since 1890. 
2' Organized from part of Canyon City precinct since 1890 and pai't subse- 
quently taken to form Teller county. 

22 Galena precinct annexed and part taken to form Chandler precinct since 
1890. 

23 Organized from part of Beaver Creek precinct since 1890 and part subse- 
quently taken to form Teller county. 

s* Organized from part of Chaffee county since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF COLORADO BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



Garfield county i 



Precinct 1. Carbondale, including Carbondale town- 
Carbondale town- 



Precinct 2. Cattle Creek 

Pi'ecinct 3. West Glen wood, including paurt of Glenwood 
Springs town. 

Glenwood Springs town (part of) 

Total for Glenwood Springs town, in precincts 3 and 4 

Precinct 4. East Glenwood, composing part ol Glenwood 
Springs town. 

Glenwood Springs town (part of) 

Precinct 5. East Newcastle, including part of Newcastle 
town. 

Newcastle town (part of) 

Total for Newcastle town, in precincts 5 and 6 

Precinct 6. West Newcastle, Including part of Newcastle 
town. 

Newcastle town (part of) 

Precinct 7. Antlers 

Precinct 8. Rifle, including Rifle town 

Rifle town 

Precinct 9. Parachute 

Precinct 10. Roan Creek 

Precinct 11. Battlement 

Precinct 12. Divide Creek 

Precinct 13. Cardiff 

Precinct 14. Austin 



Gilpin ooonty '-. 



Precinct 1, including ward 1 of Central City tOAvn 

Central City town (part of) 

Total for Central City town, in precincts i, 2, 3, and 4 

Ward I 737 

Ward 2 775 

Ward 3 1,170 

Ward 4 432 

Precinct 2. Including ward 2 of Central City town 

Central City town (part of) 

Precinct 3, comprising ward 3 of Central City town 

Central City town (part of) 

Precinct 4, comprising ward 4 of Central City town 

Central City town (part of) 

Precinct 5, comprising part of Nevadaville town 

Total for Nevadaville town, coextensive with precincts 5 
and 6. 

Precinct 6. comprising part of Nevadaville town 

Precinct 7. Russell Gulcli 

Precinct 8, comprising part of Black Hawk town 

Black Hawk town (part of) 

Total for Black Hawk town, in precincts 8 and 9 

Precinct 9, Including part of Black Hawk town 

Black Hawk town (part of) 

Precinct 10. Rollinsville 

Precinct 11. Apex 



Grand county 1. 



Precinct 1. Grand Lake 

Precinct 2. Frazer 

Precinct 3. Hot Sulphur Springs, including Hot Sulphur 
Springs town. 

Hot Sulphur Springs town 

Precinct 4. Kremmling I" ~~' 

Precinct 5. Sheephom 11111.1! 



Gunnison oounty.. 



Precinct 1. Gunnison,* comprising part of Gunnison 
town. 

Gunnison town (part of) 

Total for Gunnison town, in precincts i, 5, and 6 

Precinct 2. Doyleville 'I 

Precinct 8. Kezar 

Precinct 4. Created Butte,' Including part of Crested 
Butte town. 

Crested Butte town (part of) 

Total for .Crested Butte town, in precincts 4 and 23 ___I'I 
Precinct 5. "West Gunnison, including part of Gunnison 
town. 

Gunnison town (part of) 

Precinct 6. South Gunnison,* comprising part oT Gun- 
nison town. 

Gunnison town (part of) 

Precinct 7. Pitkin, including Pitkin village — IIIIIIIZIIZ! 

Pitkin village 

Precinct 8. Gothic," including Gothic town ZZZLlZllll. 

Gothic town 



5,835 



4,478 



173 
107 
750 

400 

^35° 

950 

950 
634 

278 

431 
344 

IS3 
238 
670 
273 
427 
199 
200 
306 
401 
111 



920 



800 

737 

3, "4 



775 
1,170 
1, 170 
432 
43= 
347 
823 

476 
728 
600 
500 
1,200 
900 
700 
231 
237 



61 
172 
199 

60 
270 



5,331 



600 
500 

Z,200 

133 
83 
668 

659 
988 
579 



400 
800 



300 
266 



5,867 



1,067 



' 4, 359 



909 



1,105 

123 

28 

857 



857 
616 



410 
371 



1 Comparison with population for 1890 can not be made ; county redistricted 
since 1890. 

! Not returned by precincts in 1890. 

s Precincts 16 and 18 (population 59 in 1890) not separately returned in 1890 

* Precmct 6 organized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 

» Precinct 23 organized from part of precinct 4 since 1890 

» Precinct 24 organized from part of precinct 8 since 1890. 

' Organized since 1890. 

8 Formerly precinct 6, Allen. 

Part taken to form Mineral county in 1893. Comparison with population 
for 1890 can not be made; county redistricted since 1890 

10 Includes population (680) of precinct 15, taken to form part of preclnot 21 
since 1890. *^ -"»vi. ^j. 



Gunnison county— Continued. 

Precinct 9. Tin Cup, Including Tin Cup village- 
Tin Cup village 

Precinct 10. Irwin, including Irwin village 

Irwin village- 



Precinct 11. Ohio City 

PrGcinct 12 Oflstlcton 

Precinct 13. White Pine, including White Pine viUage_. 

White Pine village 

Precinct 14. Dubois, including Dubois town 

Dubois town 

Precinct 16. Sapinero 

Precinct 16. Chance 

Precinct 17. Powder Horn 

Precinct 18. Howeville 

Precinct 19. Cloud City 

Precinct 20. Parlin. 



Precinct 21. Spencer, including Spencer town . 

Spencer town 

Precinct 22. Crystal . 



Precinct 23. Crested Butte,' comprising part of Crested 
Butte town. 

Crested Butte town (part of) 

Precinct 24. Marble," including Marble town 

Marble town 

Precinct 25. Vulcan ' 

Precinct 26. Allen 8 

Precinct 27. Moscow ' 



Hinsdale county » . 



Precinct 1, including part of Lake City town 

Lake City town (part of) 

Total for Lake City town, in precincts i and 2 

Precinct 2, including part of Lake City town . 

Lake City town (part of) 

Precinct 3 

Precinct 4 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6 



Huerfano county- 



Precinct 1. Gardiner 

Precinct 2. Eadito 

Precinct 3. St. Mary 

Precinct 4. Butte Valley 

Precinct 5. LaVeta, including LaVeta town . 
LaVeta town— 



Precinct 6. Walsenburg," including part of Walsenburg 
town. 

Walsenburg town (part of) 

Total for Walsenburg town, in precincts 6 and 16 

Precinct 7. Santa Clara 12 

Precinct 8. Cuchara* Zl" 

Precinct' 9. Apache _ ~ "' 

Precinct 10. North Veta is _ _ ~ " 

Precinct 11. Turkey Creek "Z ~ 

Precinct 12. Crestones i* "' 

Precinct 13. Birmingham _ _ " 

Precinct 14. Bradford. 



Precinct 16. Walsenburg," comprising part of Walsenbure 
town. ^ 

Walsenburg town (part of) 
Precinct 17. Picton 18 _ 



Precinct 18. Walsen Mines i'. 
Precinct 19. Bear Creek i8_ 

Precinct 20. Seguro " 

Precinct 21. Pryor !« 



Jefferson county^. 

Precinct 1. Grant 

Precinct 2. 



Precinct 3. Montana 

Precinct 4. Morrison 

Precinct 6. Platte 

Precinct 6. Junction 

Precinct 7. Bergen 

Precinct 8. Bradford 



Precinct 9. ^Golden, inoludiii wlrdToTGoTdin cTty"~ 

^Itv I nart on .* 



Golden City (part ol^ ._ 

Total for Golden City, in precincuoVioTTi'.'Md", 
Ward I _ ■• ' t 



Ward 3 ... 
Ward 3 . 



598 
512 



Ward 4 II : 448 

'^tS^City^fpS:?)^"^^"!!^^"^^^^^^ 



Is ?f'2f ^!^®° J° J°™ precincts 16 and 18 since 1890 
8 1^ ^^®° J° C"™ precincts 19 and 21 since 1890 



264 

64 

92 

26 

185 

322 

194 

69 

81 

23 

131 

33 

73 

300 

150 

81 

88 

5= 

101 

329 



329 
110 



75 
100 



209 
"'45 



1,609 



536 
450 
700 
400 
250 
351 
88 
59 
176 



8,395 

190 

429 

98 

99 

1,048 



96 

63 

237 

143 
189 






57 

65 
89 
49 



69 



862 



607 



254 
1,048 


1,598 






1.033 


92B 


200 


329 


400 


417 


146 


89 


399 


506 


193 


193 


481 


834 


167 


154 


100 


130 



434 

434 
853 
700 
223 
126 
1,061 

9,806 



812 
665 
602 
428 
225 
272 
212 
189 
624 
598 
,152 



18 6, 882 

290 
428 
78 
186 
1,071 



1,450 



=,383 



u SS^^°fS^^?^^?^"^;=^S..ce 1890. 
; &te^ E^ ^of^^^iu^i^n.. 1890. 



^^^» organized from part of precunei eZT^^^^SnTo^frm precinct 17 .ince 
" oSnJLl f"" P?S Of precinct.16 Since 1890. 



changes lA minor clvU SSnsTncSmpTete"'''' °°' ^^ ""^^ ' i°'°™^«°i> " to 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF COLORADO BY MINOR OIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



HINOK OIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



MINOR OIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



1890 



Jeffeeson county— Continued. 

Precinct 11. Golden, including ward 3 of Golden City . 

Golden City (part oO .. 

Precinct 12. Golden, including ward 4 of Golden City 

Goldei),City (part of) 

Precinct 13. Ralston 

Precinct 14. Guy— 

Piiecinct 15. Coal Creek 

Precinct 16. Park 

Precinct 17. Pine 

Precinct 18. Evergreen 

Precinct 19. Semper 

Precinct 20. Lakewood 

Precinct 21. Arvarta 

Precinct 22. Manhattan 

Precinct 23. Berkeley 

Precinct 24. Lamb 

Precinct 25. Reservoir 



Kiowa county - 



Precinct 1. Towner 

Precinct 2. Stewart 

Precinct 3. Sheridan Lake- 
Precinct 4. Chivington 

Precinct 5. Eads 

Precinct 6. Galatea 

Precinct 7. Arlington 



Kit Carson county i . 



Precinct 1. Beaver Valley 

Precinct 2. Tuttle 

Precinct 4. Flagler 

Precinct 5. Seibert , 

Precinct 6. Claremont 

Precinct 7. Biu-lington, including Burlington town- 
Burlington town 

Precinct 8. Carlisle 



Lake county ' . 



Precincts 1 to 17, coextensive with Leadville city 

Leadville city 

Ward I 3. 768 

Ward 2 4. =47 

Ward 3 4.440 

Precinct 19 

Precinct 20 

Precinct 21 '■ 

Precinct 22 

Precinct 23 * 

Precinct 24 

Precinct 25 

Precinct 26 

Precinct 27 



La Plata county ^ . 



Precinct 1, including part of Durango city. 

Durango city (part of) 

Total for Durango city, in precincts i, 9, 
and 17. 

Precinct 2. Upper Florida 

Precinct 3. Hermosa 

Precinct 4. Lower Florida 

Precinct 5. Animas, including Animas town. 

Animas town 

Precinct 6. Los Pinos 

Precinct 7. Dix 

Precinct 8. Rockwood 



12, 13, 14, J5, 



Precinct 9, comprising part of Durango city.. 

Durango city (part of) 

Precinct 11. Fort Lewis 

Precinct 12, including part of Durango city — 

Durango city (part of) 7- — 

Precinct 13, comprising bart of Durango city_. 

Durango city (part of) — — ---■ — 

Precinct 14, including part of Durango city — . 

Durango city (part of) ---- 

Precinct 15, comprising bart of Durango city . 

Durango city (part of) 

Precinct 16. Porter . 



Precinct 17, comprising part of Durango city . 

Durango city (part of) 

Precinct 18. La Plata 

Precinct 19. Columbus. 



Southern Ute Indian reservation (part ot) . 
[For total nee Archuleta county.] 



Larimer county'—. 



Precinct 1. Bellvue, including Bellvue town -— 

Bellvue town 

Precinct 2. Virginia Dale 

1 Comparison with population for 1S90 can 



671 
448 
728 
594 
149 
118 
115 
49 
343 
355 
277 
462 
755 
311 
613 
84 
69 



45 
117 
159 
129 

40 
122 



1,580 



2.51 
212 
274 
217 
142 
382 
183 
102 



18,054 



12,455 
1^2,435 



1,173 
710 
432 
971 
482 

1,012 
381 
320 
118 



7,016 



605 

55° 

3.317 

231 
282 
285 
345 
154 
511 

90 
198 
348 
348 
538 
660 
630 
294 
294 
609 
600 
397 
397 
437 
498 
498 

52 
149 
486 



12,168 



297 
lit 



1,243 



244 
42 
257 
180 
164 
134 
222 



2,472 



146 



14, 663 



xo, 384 



5,509 



2, 726 



9,712 



Larimer county— Continued. 



Precinct 3. St. Cloud . 

Precinct 4. Laramie „ 

Precinct 6. Livermore 

n'ecinot 6. Home 

Precinct 7. Laporte. 



Precinct 8. Northuast Fort Collins, including ward 1 of 
Fort Collins city. 

Fort Collins city (part of) 

Total for Fort Collins city, in precincts 8, 9, 10, and 11 

Ward I 481 

Ward 2 509 

Ward 3 91° 

Ward 4 '1^54 

Precinct 9. Northwest Fort Collins, including ward 2 of 
Fort Collins city. 

Fort Collins city (part of) 



Precinct 10. Southeast Fort Collins, including ward 4 of 
Fort Collins city. 

Fort Collins city (part of) 

Precinct 11. Southwest Fort Collins, including ward 3 of 
Fort Collins city. 

Fort Collins city (part of) 

Precinct 12. Timnath. 



Precinct 13. West Loveland, including part of Loveland 
village. 

Loveland village (part of) _. 



Total for Loveland village, in precincts 13, 14, and 15 

Precinct 14. Northeast Loveland, including part of Love- 
land village. 

Loveland village (part of) 

Precinct 15. Southeast Loveland, including part of Love- 
land village. 

Loveland village (part of) . 

Precinct 16. Stout 

Precinct 17. Buflum 

Precinct 18. Buckhorn 

Precinct 19. Berthoud, Including Berthoud village 

Berthoud village 

Precinct 20. Estes Park 

Precinct 21. Rand 



Pi-ecinct 22. Walden, including Walden town . 

Walden town 

Precinct 23. Pinkhamton 

Precinct 24. Hilliard 

Precinct 25. Hebron „ 

Precinct 26. Stratton Park 

Precinct 27. Bristol Miner 

Precinct 28. Piuewood 



Las Animas county i- 



Precinct 1. Stanford — 
Precinct 2. Stonpvvall . 



Precinct 3. South Fork 

Precinct 4. La Junta . 

Precinct 5. Powell 

Precinct 6. Abeyton 

Precinct 7. LosVaros 

Precinct 8. Tijeras 

Precinct 9. Aguilar, including Aguuar city 

Aguilar city 

Precinct 10. Sopris 

Precinct 11. Starkville ; r-r 

Precincts 12, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, and 35, coextensive with 
Trinidad city. 

Trinidad city 

Ward I 892 

Ward 2 9S4 

Ward 3 1,649 

Ward 4 1.264 

Ward s 576 

Precinct 13. Garcia 

Precinct 14. Engleville 

Precinct 15. Coke Ovens 

Precinct 16. El Moro 

Precinct 17. Lower Apishapa 

Precinct 18. Hoehne 

Precinct 19. Frijoles 

Precinct 20. Borela 

Precinct 21. Trinchera 

Precinct 22. Downing 

Precinct 23. Gray Creek 

Precinct 24. Maxwell 

Precinct 25. Forbes - 



Precinct 26. Bent Canyon 

Precinct 27. Victor, including Victor city. 

Victor city 

Precinct 33. Berwind 

Precinct 34. Mortinez 

Precinct 36. Troy 

Precinct 37. Thatcher. 



Precinct 38. San Fee Mesa 

Pi-ecinct 39. North Starkville. 

Precinct 40. Burro Canyon — . 

Precinct 41. Shouse 

Precinct 42. Raton 

Precinct 43. Cliicosa 

Precinct 44. North Sopris 



74 
131 
258 
135 
375 
926 

481 
3.0S4 



911 



509 
1,520. 

1,154 
1,432 



qzo- 
365 
858 

348 
1,091 
1,110 

481 
706 

262 
213 
250 
287 
752 
3°5 
218 

91 
375 
141 
100 
100 
2.36 

87 
120 
106 



21,842 



124 
879 
490 
363 
326 
6.50 
412 
532 

1,351 
698 
793 
681 

6,345 

5,345 



473 
884 
302 
583 
144 
669 
240 
143 
354 
144 
482 
647 
197 
106 
1,310 
• 1,174 
511 
326 
107 
121 
91 
882 
283 
160 
542 
180 
515 



not be made ; county redistricted since 1890. 



Tabm 4.— population OF COLORADO BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Lincoln county . 



Preciuct 1. Hugo -. 
Precinct 2. Amba . 



Precinct 3. Bovina ' 

Precinct 4. Limon ' ^_ 

Precinct 5. Rush Creelc 

Precinct 6. Sanborn , 

Precinct 7. Urbana 

Precinct 9. Walks Camp i_. 



Logan county. 



Precinct 1. Atwood _ 

Precinct 2. Kenesaw 

Precinct 3. Ilifl 

Precinct 4. Croolc 



Precinct 5. Fleming JIIJI ~~IIZIZ Z_'__ ' 

Precinct 6. Soutli Sterling,^ Including part'oF Sterling 

Sterling: town (part of) 

Total for Sterling town, in precincts 6 an"d 12 

Precinct 7. Pawnee _ _ _ _I_~ 

Precinct 8. Willard __ __ l_'Z 

Precinct 9. Rockland _ f ~ I_ 

Precinct 10. Merino _ _ ZZZ^""" 

Precinct H. Leroy 



Precinct 12. North Sterling.s Including part" of "sterling 
Sterling town (part of) 



Mesa county ' . 



Precinct 1. Aliens Schoolhouse 

Precinct 2. Fruita, including Fruita town,. 

Fruita town 

Precinct 3. Whitewater. 



Precinct 4. De Beque, including f)e BequeTown" 

De Beque town 

Precinct 5. Mesa- 



Precinct 6. Rhone 

Precinct 7. Kannah Creek- 
Precinct 8. Collbran. 



Precincts 9, 10, 11, 12, and 16, coextensive "with" Grand 
Junction city. 

Grand Junction city _ 

Ward I :::::::::::::::::: a^" 

Ward 2 8__ 

Ward 3 :::::::::: ,X 

Ward 4 _ gj J 

Precinct 13. Palisade _ __ " 

Precinct 14. Pomona ._ __ __ ZI" 



Precinct 15. Snipes 

Precinct 17. Orchard Mesa,. 



Mineral county* . 



Precinct 1. Spar City 

Precinct 2. Wagon Wheel Gfap II_ "" 

Precinct 3, comprising ward 1 of Creede city_. 

Greede city (part of) 

Total for Creede city, in precincts 3, 4 and 5 
Ward I 



Ward 2. 



Ward 3 :::::::::::::: if. 

Precinct 4, including ward 2 of Creede city 

Creede city (part of) ~ 

Precinct 5, including ward 3 of Creede'cityIII.I__""__ 
Creede city (part of ) 

Precinct 6, including Creede town ._IIZIZZI_ "Z_ "ZZ Z 
Creede town _____ _ _ _ Z~~ _"Z" 

Precinct 7. Bachelor ___'Z__Z _" _'_ 

Precinct 8. Weaver _ _ 



Montezuma county 3 . 



Precinct 1. Lower Mancos, exclusive of part of Mancos 

town. 
Precinct 2. Cortez, including Cortez town 

Cortez town 

Precinct 3. Dolores, including Dolorestown Z_ZZZ" 

Dolores town _ Z" 

Precinct 4. Upper Dolores Z Z ""_Z""Z 

Precincts. Arriola_. 



1900 



926 



260 
136 
97 
206 
77 
57 
35 
58 



3,292 



404 
49 
397 
154 
161 
673 

491 

[,cog 

45 

70 

97 

224 

215 



518 



9,267 



924 
756 
126 
191 
314 
83 
429 
452 
179 
817 
3,503 

3.S03 



473 
77.S 
279 
177 



1,913 

58 

90 

245 

=45 

938 



350 
328 
435 
365 
308 

343 
84. 



3,058 



542 

I2S 

440 
io8 
146 
203 
304 



559 



Precinct 6. Upper Mancos, exclusive of part "of Mancos 

town. 
Precinct 7. McElmo 

Mancos town, in precincts 1 and 6 

Southern Ute Indian reservation (part of) . 
[For total see Archuleta county.] 

1 Kecinct 9 organized from parts of precincts 3 and 4 since 1890. 

2 Precinct 12 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890 

" VS^P'^™"" ^'"^ population for 1890 can not he made ; county redistrlcted 



1890 



121 
157 
92 
109 
161 
29 
20 



3,070 



239 
81 
228 
135 
374 
956 



540 
65 
110 
318 
124 
440 



2,030 



1,529 



1893. 



* Organized from parts of Hinsdale, Rio Grande, and Saguache counties i 



MINOR civil divisions. 



Montrose county*—, 



Precinct 1. Montrose, including part of Montrose tov7n_. 

Montrose town (part of) 

Total for Montrose town, in precincts i, 2, 3, and 4. 

Precinct 2. Montrose, including part of Montrose 
Montrose town (part of) 



! town-. 



Precinct 3. Montrose, including part of Montrose town. 

Montrose town (part of) 1 

Precinct 4. Montrose, including part of Montrose town— 

Montrose town (part of) 

Precinct 5. ^faturlta 

Precinct 6. Paradox, including Bed Rock town 

Bed Rock town 

Precinct 7. Maher 

Precinct 8. Olathe 

Precinct 9. Cimarron 

Precinct 10. Callfomla Mesa 

Precinct 11. Riverside 

Precinct 12. Shenandoah , 

Precinct 13. Maple Grove 

Precinct 14. Pinon ', 

Precinct 16. Horseily :. 

Precinct 16. Cashln 



1000 



Morgan county- 



Precinct 1. Port Morgan,^ including part of Port Morgan 
town. 

Fort Morgan town (part of) . 

Total for Fort Morgan town, in precincts i and 2_ 



Precinct 2. Fort Morgan," including part of Fort Morgan" 
town. 

Fort Morgan town (part of ) 

Precinct 7. Big Beaver' 

Precinct 9. Orchard 

Precinct 10. Weldon :___ 

Precinct 12. Snyder 



Precinct 16. Brush,' including Brush town__ZZ 

Brush town 

Precinct 23. Corona ZZZZ-ZZZZZ ~ 



Otero county s 



Precinct 1. Fowler 

Precinct 2. Manzanola — -— --_---. 

Precinct 3. Rooky Ford, including part oT Rocky Ford 

Rocky Ford town (part of) 

Total for Rocky Ford town, in precincts 3 and 4ZZ_ Z 
"eo™ct 4. Rocky Ford, including pajt of Rocky Ford" 

Rocky Ford town (part of) 

Precinct 6. Fairmount ZZZZZZZ 

Precinct 6. Higbee 



Kectact lo' Oh/™**' ®^'^^'^'^^"°* P^rt oTLa Juiita town: 

Pi-ecinct 11. Ordway, incTuding oi-dway towrTZZ 
Ordway town 



Precinct 12. La Junta, excluifvi'orp'eS^tLTLa'runtatown 
Precinct 14, Holbrook, including SuRar City towul 

bugar City town ' 



^ p^ rf t'S i^°™P^^s" preofuatel"" g'.'and'isrand 



Ouray county ' . 



Precinct 1 comprising ward 1 of Ouray city 

Ouray city (part of)_ ' 

Total for Ourav citv. 



r Ouray city, in precincts 1,2731^ aild"4 Z 



Ward 1 _. 

Ward 2- "Z 500 

Ward 3 7°° 

Ward 4 _ '"_ Z Z """ ^^ 

Precinct 2, comprising wMdloYouraycIt; ''''' 
Ouray city (part of)__ ^^y i-iij 

Precmct 3, comprising ward S-oYom^ay citv 

Ouray city (part of) ' ' 

"^'RMlway^owf^'^-'^^'^^^^'^^'^^^g^'^^yto^::::^ 



'^'&^oi^'_^^:^"«'"'i^"s"^"-u^"t°wn: 



town-_ 



Precinct 8. Upper Dallas 

Precinct 9. Colona _ 

Precinct 10. SnefBes Z 
Precinct 11. Bachelor Z 
Precinct 12. ImogeneZ Z'Z 

^ToSL'n'to^ri"'.!^^;^^™ 

since'isga''"' population (810) of precinct 22, taken to form precincts 1 and 2 
' pSctl ov'Z^f^:^ f P'«""°* 22 since 1890. 

^ = ciSSS'^Xp^Saffor fZ"^'' 1" ^'"°« 18^»- 
changes in minor civil IXion taeomple?e''^" """^ ^^ "^^^ ' l^°rmation a^ to 



4,635 



540 
312 
1, 217 
363 
200 
335 
276 
538 
429 
119 
135 
35 
224 
498 
114 
213 
636 
123 
440 
150 
67 
50 



3,268 



687 

299 
634 
565 

335 
156 
217 
180 
431 
944 
3?J 



11, 522 



1890 



6 1,601 



681 

719 

1, 770 

1,038 
2,018 
1,741 

980 

618 

193 

750. 

100 

692 

138 

388 

1,357 
689 

2,513 



4,731 



159 
102 
59 
363 

IZ2 

108 



4,192 



468 



500 

500 

2,196- 



700 
700 
669' 
569 
473 
427 
217 
60 
489' 

OfS 

260 
so 
163 
156 
442 
281 
273 
115 
71 



1,439 



6,510 



2.S34 



Tablb 4.— population OF COLORADO BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



OuBAT OOHNTY— Continued. 

Preoinot 14. Eed Mountain, including Eed Mountain town 

Red Mountain town 

Precinct 16. Virginius 

Precinct 17. Grizzly Bear 



Park oounty- 



Preclnct 1. Deer Valley 

Precinct 2. Webster i 

Precinct 8. Hall Valley 

Precinct 4. Jefferson,^ 

Precinct 5. Como, Including Come town. 

Como town ' 

Precinct 6. Tarryall^ 



Precinct 7. Lake George 

Precinct 8. West Four Mile 

Precinct 9. Freshwater,' including Freshwater town _ 

Freshwater town 

Precinct 10. Hartsel 

Precinct 11. Garo - 



Precinct 12. Salt Works* 

Precinct 13. Fairplay, Including Fairplay town.. 

Fairplay town & 

Precinct 14. Alma, including Alma town 

Alma town' 

Precinct 15. Mosquito 

Precinct 16. Horseshoe 

Precinct 17. Howbert. 



Precinct 18. Black Mountain '.. 

Precinct 19. Chase i 

Precinct 22. Puma2_ 



Precinct 23. Weston Pass* 



Phillips county . 



Preclatt 1. North » 

Precinct 1. South » 

Precinct 2, including Holyoke town_. 

Holyoke town 

Precinct 3 

Precinct 4 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6 



Pitkin county i".. 



Precincts 1 to 9, coextensive with Aspen city- 
Aspen city- 



ward I 871 

Ward 2 795 

Ward 3 1,637 



Precinct 10. ;^st-. 
Precinct 10. West- 
Precinct 11_ 



Precinct 12. East 

Precinct 12. West 

Precinct 13. Tourtelotte _ 

Precinct 15. Watson 

Precinct 16. Emma. 



PrecinctlV. Thomasville- 

Precinct 18. Chipeta 

Precinct 19. Ashcroft 

Precinct 20. Rock Creek_- 
Precinct 21. Hot Springs— 
Precinct 22. Gulch 



Prowers county «>_ 



Precinct 1. Lamar, including part of Lamar town. 

Lamar town (part of) 

Total for Lamar town, in precincts i and 4 

Precinct 2. Holly, including Holly town 

Holly town 

Precinct 8. Granada, including Granada town 

Granada town . 



Precinct 4. Lamar, including part of Lamar town. 

Lamar town fpart of) 

Precinct 5. Carlton 

Precinct 6. North 

Precinct 7. North 



Pueblo county w. 



1900 



. 24 
2,998 



311 
109 

37 
180 
504 
407 

30 
146 

68 
145 

lii 
76 
74 
406 
319 
380 
297 
47 
41 
46 
49 
100 
114 
4 



1,583 



164 
124 
606 
451 
286 
214 
100 



T, 020 



3,303 
3.303 



273 

349 

439 

398 

568 

9 

308 

171 

233 

5 

25 

94 

655 

190 



3,766 



1890 



685 
487 
987 
837 
364 
662 
204 
660 
500 
223 
300 



34,448 



28,157 



3,548 



207 
262 

40 
141 
857 
374 

91 
235 

32 
145 



186 
80 
113 



1,050 



109 



8 2,642 



471 
240 
172 



1,929 



S, 108 



1,969 



566 



163 



31, 491 



24,558 



Pueblo city,ii comprising precincts 1, 3, 4, 6 to 28, and parts 
of 2, 5, 29, and 50. o ..m 

Ward 1 3,491 

Ward 2 '■' "^ 

1 Precinct 19 organized from part of precinct 2 since 1890. 

2 Precinct 22 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890. 
a Precinct 18 organized from part of precinct 9 since 1890. 
4 Precinct 23 organized from part of precinct 12 since 1890. 
6 Population 301 in 1890. 

« Not separately returned in 1890. 

8 fncludSTopulation (549) of former precinct 1, taken to form precincts 1, 
North and South since 1890. 



MINOR CIVIL divisions. 



Pueblo county— Continued. 

Pueblo city— Continued. 

Ward 3 4,048 

Ward 4 3,306 

Ward 5 3,448 

Ward 6 3,355 

Ward 7 4,505 

Ward 8 3,272 

Precinct 2, exclusive of part of Pueblo city 

Precinct 5, exclusive of part of Pueblo city 

Precinct 29, exclusive of part of Pueblo city 

Precinct 30 

Precinct 31 

Precinct 32 

Precinct 33 

Precinct 34 

Precinct 85 

Precinct 36 

Precinct 37 

Precinct 38 

Precinct 39 

Precinct 40 

Precinct 41 

Precinct 42 

Precinct 43 

Precinct 44 

Precinct 45.. 
Precinct 46_ 
Precinct 47.. 
Precinct 48- 
Precinct 49- 



Precinct 50, exclusive of part of Pueblo city . 
Precincts! 

Precinct 52 ■ 



Bio Blanco county. 



Precinct 1. Eangelyi'i 

Precinct 2. White Elver 12 

Precinct 3. Piceance Creek 

Precinct 4. Meeker, including Meeker town. 

Meeker town 

Precinct 5. Coal Creek 

Precinct 6. Upper White 

Precinct 7. Powell Park 

Precinct 8. Angora 12 



Eio Grande county is _ 



Precinct 1, including part of Monte Vista town. 

Monte Vista town i(part of) 

Total for Monte Vista town, in precincts i and i: 
Precinct 2, including part of Del Norte town — 

Del Norte town (part of) 

Total for Del Norte town, in precincts 2 and 11. 

Precinct 3 .- 

Precinct 4 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6 

Precinct 7 

Precinct 9. 
Precinct 10. 



Precinct 11, including part of Del Norte town 

Del Norte town (part of) 

Precinct 12, including part of Monte Vista town — 
Monte Vista town (part of) 

Precinct 13 



EouTT county"".. 



Axial precinct 

Browns Park precinct 

Columbine precinct 

Craig precinct, including Craig town. 

Craig town . 

Egeria precinct _ 

Elk Mountain precinct 

Elk River precinct 

Four Mile precinct 

Hahns Peak precinct . 

Hayden precmct 

Lay precinct 

May bell precinct 

Rock Creek precinct 

Sidney precinct- 



Steamboat Springs precinct.. 

Twenty Mile precinct 

Upper Snake precinct 

Williams Fork precinct 



1900 



726 
61 
95 
196 
108 
516 
222 
109 
119 
249 
62 
173 
345. 
182 
33 
159 
269 
274 
84 
157 
25 
357 
241 
983 
156 
400 



1,690 



167 
108 
130' 
707 
S07 
261 
112 
162 
43. 



4,080 



386 
234 
556 
431 
377 
7°S 
521 
70 
188 
172 
428 
467 
191 
457 
328 
625 
322 
144 



3,661 



147 
87 
68 
379 
133 
400 
159 
521 
130 
46 
500 
105 
128 
178 
403 
100 
94 
103 
113 



1890 



9 Organized from part of former precinct 1 since 1890. 

10 Comparison with population for 1890 can not be made; county redistricted 
since 1890. 

n Bessemer city (population 3, 317 in 1890) annexed since 1890. 

12 Precinct 8 organized from parts of precincts 1 and 2 since 1890. 

ispart taken to form Mineral county in 1893. Comparison with population 
for 1890 can not be made ;. county redistricted since 1890. 



10 

Table 4.— POPULATION OF COLORADO BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Saguache county i . 



Precinct 1. Villa Grove, including Villa Grove town_ 

Villa Grove town 

Precinct 2. Cotton Creek 

Precinct 3. Crestone " 

Precinct 4. Caruero^.l 

Precinct 5, Lower Saguache.. 



Precinct '6. Saguache,' including Saguache town . 
Saguache town. 



Precinct 7. Sargents^ 

Precinct 8. Upper Saguache 

Precinct 9. Coohetopa " 

Precinct 10. Biedell 

Precinct 11. Bonanza, including Bonanza village- 
Bonanza village 

Precinct 12. Alder . 



Precinct 13. Parkville 

Precinct 14. Russell Springs' 

Precinct 15. Hanmann 

Precinct 16. Moffat 

Precinct 17.- Elkhorn « 

Precinct 18. Veteran » 

Precinct 19. Duncan 2 

Precinct 20. Union Hill w 

Precinct 21. Lawrence * 

Precinct 22. Center View ii— 
Precinct 23. Embargo 12 



San Juan county i' . 



Precinct 1. Chattanooga 

Precinct 2. Southwest Silverton, including part of Silver- 
ton town. 

Silverton town (part of) 

Total for Silverton town, in precincts 2, 3, and 4 

Precinct 3. Northwest Silverton, including part of Silver- 
ton town. 

Silverton town (part of) 

Precinct 4. East Silverton, Including part of Silverton 
town. 

biiverton town (part of) 

Precinct 5. Howardsville 

Precinct 6. Eureka, including Eureka village 

Eureka village 

Precinct 8. Silver Lake Basin 

Precinct 9. Gladstone 



1000 



San Miqukl county". 



Precinct 1. East Telluride, including part of Telluride 
town. 

'ielluride town (part of) 

Total for Telluride town, in precincts i, 8, and 11 

Precinct 2. Ames 

Precinct 3. San Miguel 

Precinct 4. Ophir, including Oplilr town 

Ophir town 

Precinct 5. Marshall Basin ""I' 

Precinct 6. Tiurkey Creek 

Irecinot 7. Placerville 



Precnict 8. West Telluride, Including part of Telluride 
town. 

Telluride town (part of) 

Precinct 9. Norwood "" 

Precinct 10. Trout Lake 



Precinct 11. South Telluride, including part of Telluride 
town. 

Telluride town (part of) 

Precinct 12. Mount Wilson IIII 

Precinct 13. Bear Creek 

Precinct 14. Savage Basin 



Precinct 15. Saw Pit, including Saw Pit townl 

Saw Pit town 

Precinct 16. Cedar I 



Skdqwiok county.. 



Precinct 1 

Precinct 2, including Julesbui-g town . 

Julesburg town 

Precincts 

Precinct 4 

Precincts 

Precinct 6 

Precinct 7 



3,853 



205 

J 03 

250 

384 

309 

125 

462 

73 

152 

81 

61 

22 

148 

141 

49 

26 

110 

147 

116 

181 

23S 

39 

100 

231 

382 

35 



2,342 



■55 
432 

421 

1,380 

413 



377 
704 

582 
89 

151 
39 

296 

202 



6,379 



729 

430 
2,446 
101 
138 
286 
127 
376 
138 
311 



931 

333 

108 

1,091 

1,085 
7 
149 
296 
272 
94 
46 



971 



34 
440 
371 
163 
170 
72 
24 



1890 



3,313 



274 



265 

151 

427 

186 

943 

660 

165 

80 

64 

19 

118 

96 

141 

58 

137 

56 

104 

125 



1,572 



2,909 



766 



1,293 



107 
310 
202 
225 
83 
86 
281 
201 



1 Part of precinct 9 taken to form Mineral county in 1893. 

2 Precinct 19 organized from part of precinct 3 since 1890. 
s Parts taken to form precincts 18, 22, and 23 since 1890. 

* Precinct 21 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890. 
^ Part taken to form precinct 20 since 1890. 

» Part taken to form precinct 20 and part annexed to Mineral countv 
since 1890. ' 

' Part taken to form precinct 18 since 1890. 

* Part taken to form precinct 22 since 1890. 

« Organized from parts of precincts 4 and 14 since 1890. 
1" Organized from parts of precincts 7 and 9 since 1890. 
" Organized from parts of precincts 4 and 17 since 1890. 



MINOE CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Summit county i'_. 



Breckeruidge town, in precincts 1, 2, 3, and 4 

Precinct 1, exclusive of part of Breckenridge town . 
Precinct 2, exclusive of part of Breckenridge town _ 
Precinct 3, exclusive of part of Breckenridge town _ 
Precinct i, exclusive of part of Breckenridge town . 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6, Including Montezuma town 

Montezuma town 

Precinct 7 

Precinct 8 

Precinct 9 

Precinct 10 

Precinct 11 

Precinct 12 

Precinct 13 

Precinct 14 



Tellee county's.. 



Precinct 1 

Precinct 2, including Florissant town 

Florissant town 

Precinct 3 

Precinct 4, including Woodland Park town- 
Woodland Park town 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6, Including Gillett town 

Gillett town 

Precinct 7.. 



Precincts 8 to 19, coextensive with Cripple Creek town. 

Precinct 20 ± 

Precinct 21 

Precinct 22 

Precinct 23 

Precinct 24, including Anaconda town 

Anaconda town 

Precinct 25.. 



Precinct 26, including Altman town 

Altman town 

Precinct 27, including part of Goldfield town . 
Goldfield town (part of).. 



Total for Goldfield town, in precincts 27, 28, and 29.. 
Precinct 28, comprising part of Goldfield town 

Goldfield town (part of) 

Precinct 29, comprising part of Goldfield town 

Goldfield town (part of) 

Precincts 30 to 37, coextensive with Victor town 

Precinct 38 

Precinct 39 

Precinct 40, including Lawrence town 

Lawrence town : 

Precinct 41 



Washington county. 



Precinct 1. Pinneo " 

Precinct 2. Akron,'' including Akron town.. 

Akron town 

Precinct 3. Curtis 

Precinct 4. Ashland 

Precinct 5. Otis 

Precinct 6. Hyde 1 



Precinct 7. Eock Creek w _ 
Precinct 8. South Platte " 
Precinct 9. Clark la 



Weld county is . 



Precinct 1. Lupton, including Fort Lupton town- 
Fort Lupton town 

Precinct 2. St. Vrain "I "H "_ " 

Precinct 3. HlUsboro "'_ 'I """ " 

Precinct 4. Windsor, including WindsorTowu 
Windsor town.. 



Platteville, including "parF'of "piattevilie" 



306 



2,395 



Precinct 6. Evans, including Evans town 

Evans town 

Precinct 6. 
town. 

Platteville town (part of) 

Total for Platteville town, in prechlctTs anJio""! 
Greefey City. "^^"^ Greeley, comprising ward""2"8f" 
^and i7 *^"^'=y <^''y. coextensive with precincts 7, 12, 

Ward I . 

■ Ward 2. ''?=8 

Ward 3_ ^41 

11 Organized from part of precinct 4 since 1890 
since 189™^^"'°'' "^"^ population for 1890 can not be made; county redistricted 

changJri?Srr^?^SPd??^|fiTn?oU'^^^^^ ">' -^-l^^ information a. to 

>« InXdelpiSXfion^?!.!! 'Jf ° ''""^ ^■«^°^t counties in 1899. 
Teinee 1890 P°P^'^*'°" ("S) of former precinct 8, annexed to precincts 6 and 

" Precinct 8 organized from part of precinct 1 sinno ison 
» ?'!J™<=t 9 organized from part of precinct 2 s^ncl 1 mn ' 
«» Part of former precinct 8 annexed rince 1890 ' 



1900 



2,744 



976 

182 
15 
97 
13 

467 
75 
40 

140 
68 

110 
56 

288 
65 

103 



29, 002 



1890 



1,906 



143 

261 

131 

340 

544 

269 

772 

652 

S''4 

54 

10, 147 

323 

1, 029 

266 

393 

1,347 

I.OS9 
1,0.55 
l,2:a 

659 

1,300 

400 

2, 191 

950 

950 

841 

841 

4, 986 

1,399 

243 

655 

1? 



1,241 



439 



31 
550 
351 
110 

37 
131 

78 
100 
140 

64 



16,808 



770 

635 
636 
668 
305 
600 
389 
529 

158 
263 
841 



16 2,301 



91 
1,034 

233 

96 
877 
195 
162 



11,736 



11 

Table 4.— POPULATION OP COLORADO BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900-Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Weld county— Continued. 

Preoluot 8. Erie, Inoludlng part of Erie town 

Erie town (part of) 

Total for Erie town, in precincts 8 and 32 ~"I" 

Prednot 9. Pleasant valley 

Precinct 10. Plumb '"__' 

Precinct 11. Eaton, Including part of Eaton town '. 

Eaton town (part of) 

Total for Eaton town, in precincts 11 and 13 

Precinct 12. Southwest Greeley, comprising ward 3 of 

Greeley city. 
Precinct IS. West Eaton, including part of Eaton town__. 

Eaton town (part of) 

Precinct 14. Hignland Lake 

Precinct 16. Sunnyside 

Precinct 16. Glpson 

Precinct 17. Eaymer 

Precinct 18. Crow Creek 

Precinct 19. North Windsor 

Precinct 20. Hardin 

Precinct 21. East Greeley, comprising ward 1 of Greeley 
city. 

Precmct 22. Beebe Draw 

Precinct 23. Green City 

Precinct 24. La Grange 

Precinct 26. Carr 



1900 



443 

329 

4§5 
284 
465 
128 
384 
1,154 

680 
256 
600 
486 
641 
112 
411 
552 
203 
1,028 

291 
119 
498 
120 



1890 



662 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Weld county— Continued. 



Precinct 26. Wlnbomn . 
Precinct 27. Hudson 



Precinct 28. Nantes- 
Precinct 29. North Platteville, including part of Platte- 
vllle town. 

Platteville town (part of) 

Precinct SO. Roggen 

Precinct 31. Grover 

Precinct 32. South Erie, including part of Erie town 

Erie town (part of) 

Precinct 33. Delta 

Precinct 34. Lucerne 

Precinct 35. Ault 



YxnUA COUNTY- 



Precinct 1. laird 

Precinct 2. Wray, including Wray town 

Wray town 

Precinct 3. Eckley 

Precinct 4. Yuma, including Yuma towii- 
Yuma town 

Precinct 5. Magee^ 



1900 



413 
1S8 
720 
487 

105 
68 
150 
403 
368 
251 
459 
478 



1,729 




1890 



12,596 



242 
566 
125 
299 
851 
241 
467 



1890. 



1 Includes population (171) of precincts 6 and 7, annexed to precinct 5 since 



2 Precincts 6 and 7 annexed since 1890. 



There are 165 incorporated cities, towns, and villages in Colorado, for which the population in 1900 is separately 
returned, and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, in 
which they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5.— POPULATION OP THE INCORPORATED CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES OP COLORADO : 1890 AND 1900. 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



Aguilarcity 

Akron town 

Alamosa town 

Alma town 

Altman town 

Anaconda town _ 

Animas town 

Antouito town — 

Argo town 

Aspen city 

Basalt town 

Bed Rock town— 
Bellvue town_. 



Berkeley town 

Berthoud vUlage 

Black Hawk town 

Bonanza village 

Boulder city 

^Breckenridge town — 

Brighton town 

Brush town 

Buena Vista town 

Burlington town 

Canyon City 

Carbondale town 

Castle Rock town 

Central City town 

Colorado City town — 
MJolorado Springs city - 

Como town 

Conejos town 

Cortez town 

Craig town 

Creede city 

Creede town- 



Crested Butte town- 
Cripple Creek town . 

Dallas town , 

De Beque town 

Del Norte town 

Delta town 

Denver city 

Dolores town 

Dubois town 

Durango city 

Eagle town 

Eaton town 

Edith town 

Eldora town 

Elizabeth town 

Elyria town 

Empire town 

Erie town 

Eureka village 

Evans town 



POPULATION. 



1900 1890 



351 

1,141 

297 

659 

1, 0.")9 

154 

347 

443 

3, 303 

382 

35 

99 

707 

305 

i,l:oo 

111 

6,150 
976 
366 
381 

1,006 
183 

3, 775 
173 
304 

3,114 

2,914 

21,085 

407 

348 

12;5 

133 

938 

235 

988 

10,147 

50 

83 

705 

819 

133, 8.'9 

108 

23 

3,317 
124 
384 
282 
3',I5 
215 

1, 384 
276 
697 
39 



559 
978 
367 




180 
315 


5,108 








228 

1,067 

96 

3,330 


306 
112 



146 
2,825 

166 

315 

2,480 

1,788 

11,140 

374 



332 



857 
'541" 



736 

470 

106, 713 



2,726 



134 

662 

49 

306 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



Fairplay town 

Fletcher town 

Florence city 

Florissant town 

Fort Collins city 

Fort Lupton town 

Fort Morgan town 

Freshwater town 

Frulta town 

Georgetown town 

Gillett town 

Gilman town 

Glenwood Springs town 

Globeville town 

Golden City 

Goldfleld town- 

Gothic town 

Granada town 

Grand Junction city 

Granite town 

Greeley city 

Green Mountain Falls town 

Gunnison town 

Gypsum town 

Hessie town 

Holly town 

Holyoke town 

Hooper town 

Hotchkiss town __ 

Hot Sulphur Springs town _ 

Idaho Springs town 

Ironton town 

Irwin village 

Jamestown town 

Julesburg town 

Lafayette town 

La Jara town 

La Junta town 

Lake City town 

Lamar town 

Laa Animas town 

La Veta town 

Lawrence town 

LeadviUe city 

Littleton town 

Longmont town 

Louisville town 

Loveland village 

Lyons town 

Manassa town 

Mancos town 

Manitou town 

Marble town 

Meeker town 

Montclair town 



POPULATION. 



1900 



319 
202 

3,728 
131 

3,054 

214 

634 

77 

126 

1,418 
524 

' 221 

1,350 

2,192 

2,152 

2,191 
20 
204 

3,503 
250 

3,023 
40 

1,200 
76 
17 
364 
451 
177 
261 
60 

2,502 
71 
26 
164 
371 
970 
208 

2,613 
700 
987 

1,192 

254 

299 

12, 455 

738 

2,201 
966 

1,091 
547 
739 



101 
607 
415 



1890 



301 



439 

2, Oil 

113 



1,927 



442 
920 



2,383 



163 
2,030 



2,395 
1,^105' 



212 
202 
410 



1,439 
607 
666 
611 
361 



10,384 



1,513 
696 



574 
642 



260 
380 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VIL1.A(;JCS. 



Monte Vista town 

Montezuma town 

Montrose town 

Monument town 

Nevadaville town 

Newcastle town 

Ophir town 

Old way town 

Ouray city 

Pagosa Springs town _ 
Palmer Lake town __. 

Pitkin village 

Platteville town 

Poncha Springs town 

Portland town 

Pueblo city 

Red Cliff town 

Red Mountain town.. 

Rico town 

Ridgway town 

Rifle town 

Rockvale city 

Rocky Ford town 

Roslta town 

Saguache town 

St. Elmo town 

Salida city 

San Rafael town 

Saw Pit town 

Sheridan town 

Silver Cliff town 

Silver Plume town ___ 

Silverton town 

South Canyon City 

Spencer town 

Springfield town 

Sterling town 

Sugar City town 

Telluride town 

Tin Cup village 

Trinidad city 

Valverde town 

Victor city 

Victor town 

Villa Grove town 

Walden town 

Walsenburg town 

Ward town 

■\VestclifEe town 

West Creek town 

White Pine village— . 

Windsor town 

Woodland Park town 

Wray town 

Yuma town 



POPULATION. 



1900 



556 

40 

1,217 

156 

823 

431 

127 

138 

2,196 

367 

166 

203 

263 

97 

69 

28,157 

256 

30 

811 

245 

273 

870 

2,018 

110 

73 

65 

3,722 

700 

94 

442 

676 

776 

1,380 

968 

62 

44 

1,009 

6S9 

2,446 

64 

5,345 

665 

1,174 

4,986 

103 

141 

1,033 

300 

256 

161 

69 

305 

269 

271 

139 



1890 



780 



1,330 
177 
933 
311 
113 



2,634 



371 
213 
101 
116 
24, 568 



468 
304 
660 



2,586 



90 
540 



766 
T523 



64 
928 
424 
192 



143 
173 



241 



12 



Of the above named 165 incorporated places there are only 27 that have a population in 1900 of more than 2,000, 
and of these only 7 have a population of more than 5,000, namely, Denver city, -with 133,859 ; Pueblo city, with 
28,157 ; Colorado Springs city, with 21,085 ; Leadville city, with 12,455 ; Cripple Creek town, with 10,147 ; Boulder 
city, with 6,150; and Trinidad city, with 5,345 inhabitants. 

Denver and Pueblo are the only cities in Colorado that have a population in 1900 of more than 25,000, and for 
these 2 cities a summary is presented in table 6, showing their population from 1860 to 1900, inclusive, together with 
the increase by number and per cent during each decade. 

Table 6.— POPULATION OP DENVER AND PUEBLO: 1860 TO 1900. 



•CENSUS YEAES. 


DENVER. 


PUEBLO. 


Population. 


Increase. 


Population. 


Increase. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 


133,859 

106,713 

35, 629 

4,759 

4,749 


27,146 

71,084 

30,870 

10 


25.4 

1^9. 5 

&18.6 

0.2 


28,157 

24, 558 

3,217 

666 


3,599 
21, 341 
2,551 


14.6 
663.3 
383.0 


1890 


1K,S0 


1870 


1860 



















As shown by the above summary, Denver had a population of less than 5,000 in 1860 and in 1870, but during 
each of the next two decades it materially increased, showing a total population in 1880 of 35,629 and in 1890 of 
106,713 ; it has in 1900 a population of 133,859, representing an increase during the last ten years of 27,146, or 25.4 
per cent. Pueblo had a little more than 600 inhabitants in 1870 and less than 3,500 in 1880, but its population had 
increased in 1890 to 24,558 and in 1900 to 28,157, showing an increase from 1890 to 1900 of about 15 per cent. 




Director of the Censim. 



■>^ 



^: 




Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin 



No. 15. WASHINGTON, D. C. November 16, 1900. 

POPULATION OF HAWAII BY ISLANDS AND DISTRICTS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives the 
aggregate population of Hawaii by islands and districts, according to the official count of the returns of the Twelfth 
Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

The Hawaiian Islands were annexed to the United States by the Act of Congress approved July V, 1898, which 
act took effect in Hawaii August 12, 1898. The Act of Congress approved April 30, 1900, made provision for a 
territorial government, and under this act Mr. Sanford B. Dole, formerly President of the provisional government, 
took the oath of office as Governor on June 14, 1900. 

The first census of the Hawaiian Islands was taken in 1832, and was followed by censuses in 1836, 1850, 1853, and 
1860. These censuses are said to have been very simple and rudimentary in character, and a census taken at regular 
periods was not provided for until 1865, when the Legislative Assembly made it "the duty of the Board of Education, 
every sixth year, counting from the year 1860, to m^e a complete census of the inhabitants of the Kingdom, to be 
laid before the King and Legislature for their consideration." 

Under the terms of this requirement a census of the Hawaiian Islands was taken every six years from 1866 to 1896, 
inclusive. The present census, that of 1900, has been taken as a part of the work of the Twelfth Census of the United 
States the Director of the Census having been authorized and directed by section 1 of the census act to make 'suitable 
provisions for the enumeration of the population and products of the Hawaiian Islands, and to employ for the purpose 
either supervisors and enumerators or special agents', as he should deem necessary. 

The census of Hawaii was accordingly taken by special agents, under the supervision of Mr. Alatau T. Atkinson, 
as chief special agent, Mr. Atkinson having previously served as the general superintendent of the Hawaiian census 
in 1896. 

(CP 15M) 



■ The census of Hawaii in 1900, as previously stated, was taken as of June 1 of hat year, l^^^J^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
1866 to 1896, inclusive, were taken as of different dates as follows : 1866-December 1 '/'''-^''^^^^l^olZ^^ 
December 27; 1884-December 27 ; 1890_December 28 ; 1896-September 27. ^^^^^^^^f ^n Th;w^^^ 
ing the dates as of which the censuses prior to 1866 were taken. Table 1 shows the ^'^f'^ZolLfer^ri^l each 
cisus from 1832 to 1900, inclusive, together with the number and per cent of increase (or decrease) during each 

census period. ^^^^^ l._POPULATION OF HAWAII : 1832 TO 1900. 



CENSUS TEAES. 



1900 - 
1896 - 

1890.. 
1884 -. 
1878 - 
1872 ..' 
1866 -. 
1860 .. 
1853.. 
1850 -. 
1836 -. 
1832 - 



Population. 



154, 001 
109, 020 
89, 990 
80,578 
57,985 
56,897 
62, 9j9 
69,700 
73,138 
84, 165 
108, 579 
130, 813 



Numter. Per cent. 



44,981 

19,030 

9,412 

22, 593 

1,088 

16,062 

16,741 

13,438 

1 11, 027 

124,414 

121,734 



41.2 

21.1 

11.6 

33.9 

1.9 

19.6 

19.6 

14.7 

113.1 

122.4 

116.6 



1 Decrease. 

The first census of the Hawaiian Islands, taken in 1832, showed a population of 130,313, but each succeeding 
census up to and including 1872 showed a loss, the census returns in 1872 giving a population of only 56,897, repre- 
senting a loss since 1832 of 73,416, or 56.3 per cent. 

The census of 1878 showed only a slight increase over that of 1872, but during the next six years the population 
increased rapidly, and the census of 1884 showed a population of 80,578, or an increase since 1878 of very nearly 39 
per cent. From 1884 to 1890 the population of the islands increased 11.6 per cent and from 1890 to 1896, 21.1 per 
cent, giving a population in 1896 of 109,020. During the four years from 1896 to 1900 the percentage of increase has 
nearly doubled, the present census showing a population of 154,001, representing an increase over that reported in 1896 
of 44,981, or 41.2 per cent. During the last ten years, from 1890 to 1900, or substantially the same interval as for 
the census of the United States proper, there has been an increase in population of 64,011, or 71.1 per cent. 

The total land surface of the Hawaiian Islands is, approximately, 6,449 square miles, the average number of 
persons to the square mile at the last three censuses being as follows: 1890, 13.9 ; 1896, 16.9; 1900, 23.8. 

Table 2 shows the population of Hawaii in detail by islands at each census from 1866 to 1900, inclusive, while 
table 3, which immediately follows, shows, for each island or group of islands, the increase (or decrease) by number 
and per cent during each period. 

Table 2.— POPULATION OF HAWAII IN DETAIL BY ISLANDS: 1866 TO 1900. 



1900 



1896 



1S90 



1884 



1878 



1872 



1866 



H^awaii . 



154,001 



109, 020 



89,990 



80,578 



57,985 



Hawaii island — 

Kauai island 

NUhau island 

Maui Island 

Molokai island 1 
Lanai island J" 
Oahu island 



46,843 

20, 562 

172 

25,416 

2,504 

58,504 



33,285 
15,2281 
164/ 
17,726 
'2,3071 
105/ 
;0,206 



26,754 


24,991 


11,859 


8,935 


17,357 


15,970 


2,826 


2,614 


31,194 


28,068 



17,034 
(5,634 
\ 177 
12, 109 
/2,581 
\ 214 
20,236 



56,897 



16, 001 

4,961 

233 

12,83) 

2,349 

348 

■20,671 



62,959 



19, 808 

6,299 

325 

14, 035 

2,299 

394 

19,799 



Tablb 3.— mCBBASE IN POPULATION OF HAWAII IN DETAIL BY ISLANDS : 1866 TO 1900. 



Hawaii . 



Hawaii island — 

Kauai island 

Niihau island... 

Maui island 

Molokai island! 
Lanai island /" 
Oahu island 



INCREASE FROM 

1896 TO 1900. 



Numter. Percent, 



44, 981 



13,558 

5,331 

8 

7,690 

92 

18,299 



41.2 



40.7 
35.01 
4.8/ 
43.3 

' 3.8 

45.5 



INCREASE EEOM 

1890 TO 1896. 



Number. Percent. 



19,030 



6,531 
3,533 
369 
1414 
9,011 



21.1 



24.4 

29.7 

2.1 

114.6 

28.8 



INCREASE EEOM 

1884 TO 1890. 



Number. Percent, 



9,412 



1,763 
2,924 
1,387 
212 
3,126 



' Decrease 



11.6 



7.0 
32.7 



8.1 
11.1 



INCREASE EKOM 
18(8 TO 1884. 



Number. Percent, 



22,593 



7,957 
3,124 
3,861 
1181 
7,832 



46.7 
53.7 
31.8 
16.4 
38.7 



INCREASE FROM 

1872 TO 1878. 



Number. Percent. 



1,033 
f673 
V56 
1225 
/ 232 
Vl34 
'435 



1.9 



6.4 

13.5 

124.0 

11.8 

9.8 

138.5- 

12.1 



INCREASE FROM 

1866 TO 18J2. 



Number. Percent, 



16,062 



13,807 

11,338 

192 

11,701 

50 

146 

872 



19.6 



119.2 
121.2 
128.3 
112.1 

2.1 
111.6 

4.4 



Table 4 shows the increase (or decrease) by number and per cent of each island or group of islands from 1890 
to 1900, corresponding substantially to the ten-year period for which comparisons are made in the census of the 
states and territories of the United States proper. * 

Table 4 — ESTCREASE IN POPULATION OF HAWAII IN DETAIL BY ISLANDS: 1890 TO 1900. 



Hawah 

Hawaii island _. 
Kauai island 1 
Niihau island/ "■ 

Maui island 

Molokai islandl 
Lanai island / 
Oahu island 



INCEEASE. 



Number. Per cent, 



64,011 



20, 089 
8,875 
8,059 
1322 

27,810 



71.1 



75.0 
74.8 
46.4 
111.3 
87.5 



This table shows that all the islands have increased materially in population since 1890, with the exception of 
Molokai and Lanai islands which show a combined loss of 11.3 per cent. The largest percentage of increase reported 
is 87.5 for Oahu island, in which the city of Honolulu is situated. 

Table 5 shows, for each census from 1866 to 1900, inclusive, the population of Hawaii by districts, certain of the 
islands being divided into districts, equivalent to the minor civil divisions of which the counties of the United States 
are composed. 

Table 5.— POPULATION OF HAWAII BY DISTRICTS : 1866 TO 1900. 



DISTKICTS. 


1900 


1896 


1890 


1S84 


1878 


1872 


186G 




46,843 


83,285 


26,754 


24,991 


17,034 


16,001 


19,808 




6,919 
19,7«5 
3,854 
4,366 
3,819 
5,128 
600 
2,872 

20,734 


5,680 
12,878 . 
2,908 
4,125 
3,061 
1,748 
558 
2,327 

15,392 


5,002 
9,935 
2,577 
4,303 
1,763 
834 
538 
1,812 

11,869 


3,908 
7,988 
3,483 
4,481 
1,773 
944 
589 
1,826 

8,935 


1,805 
4,231 
2,210 
8,299 
1,967 
1,043 
718 
1,761 

5,811 


1,516 
4,220 
1,865 
2,086 
2,218 
1,288 
892 
1,916 

6,194 


2,050 
4,655 
2,020 
2,345 
3,268 
1,932 
1,089 
2,449 

6,624 


Hilo district - 








Puna district - 










2,630 


2,775 


2,472 


1,8071 


1,697 


1,658 


2,186 






3,220 
4,564 
4,484 


2,762 
1,836 
3,425 


2,101 
1,765 
2,792 


1,882 
1,600 
1,984 


"K'nlna district 


1,008 


833 


1,084 






1,832 
/1, 197 
\ 177 

12,109 


1,301 

1,269 

233 

12,334 


1,478 

1,651 

325 

14,035 




5,714 
172 

25,416 


4,4311 
164/ 

17,726 


2,739 
17,357 


1,762 
15,970 


Ts!land of Niihau 






5,276 
4,951 
7,236 
965 
6,988 

2,504 


3,792 
2,898 
6,464 


3,270 
2,113 
5,266 


2,814 
2,269 
5,073 


2,067 
2,448 
3,408 


2,760 
3,002 
2,512 


3,501 
3,581 
2,653 








Wflilnlrn district 


6,072 
2,412 


6,708 
2,826 


5,814 
2,614 


4,186 
2,795 


4,060 
2,697 


4,300 
2,693 




Molokai island"! 


2,504 
58,504 


f 2, 3071 
t 105 J 

40,205 


2,826 
31,194 


2,614 
28,068 


f2,581 
t 214 

20,286 


2,349 
348 

20,671 


2,299 
394 

19,'?99 


Tifl.nai island / '" 




9,689 

1,008 

29,306 

2,372 
2,844 
3,286 


3,067 

1,281 

29,920 

1,835 
2,753 
1,349 


2,1551 
903/ 
22,907 

1,444 
2,499 
1,286 


2,374 
20,487 

1,321 
2,621 
1,265 


1,699 
14,114 

1,082 

2,402 

939 


1,671 
14,852 

1,269 

2,028 

861 


1,784 
13,521 

1,163 
2,195 
1,136 




Honolulu district, coextensive witli Honolulu 
city. 









The city of Honolulu is coextensive with the district of Honolulu, in Oahu island, and is practically the only city 
in Hawaii. Table 6 shows the population of Honolulu from 1866 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by 
number and per cent during each census period. 



Table 6.— POPULATION OF HONOLULU: 1866 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEAES. 


Population. 


INOKEASE. 


Numter. 


Per cent. 


1900— _ - 


39,306 
29,920 
22,907 
20,487 
14,114 
14,852 
13,521 


9,386 
7,013 
2,420 
6,373 
1738 
1,331 


31.3 
30.6 
11.8 
45.1 
14.9 
9.8 


1896 ._ 


1890 — _ 


1884 - 


1878 ._ 


1872 _. . 


1866 









1 Decrease. 



The population of Honolulu in 1866 was 13,521, as compared with a population in 1900 of 39,306, or an increase 
of practically threefold in 34 years. The largest percentage of increase during any one period was 45.1 from 1878 
to 1884. 

Honolulu had a population in 1890 of 22,907, showing an increase from 1890 to 1900 of 16,399, or 71.5 per cent. 




Director of the Census. 



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NO, S'-. W90!, 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 16. 



^ATASHINGTON, D. C. 



November 20, 1900. 



POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY COUNTIES AND MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



This bulletin, prepared under the direction of Mr. William C. Hunt, chief statistician for population, gives 
the aggregate population of Florida by counties and minor civil divisions, according to the official count of the 
returns of the Twelfth Census, taken as of June 1, 1900. 

Florida was organized as a territory March 30, 1822, and admitted as a state March 3, 1845. Table 1 shows the 
population of Florida at each census from 1830 to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent 
during each decade. 

Table 1.— POPULATION OF FLORIDA : 1830 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEAHS. 


Population. 


INOKEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 


528,642 

391,422 

269,493 

187,748 

140,424 

87,445 

54,477 

34,730 


137,120 
121,929 
81,745 
47,324 
52,979 
32,968 
19,747 


35."0 
45.2 
43.5 
33.7 
60.5 
60.5 
66.8 


1890 


1880 






1850 - 













The population of the state in 1900 is 528,542 as compared with a population of 391,422 in 1890. This shows 
an increase during the ten years of 137,120, or 35.0 per cent, as against an increase of 45.2 per cent from 1880 to 
1890 and of 43.5 per cent from 18V0 to 1880. Florida had a population in 1830 of 34,730 and each succeeding census 
to 1860 showed an increase of more than 50 per cent, the total population of the state in 1860 being 140,424. From 
1860 to 1870 the population increased only 33.7 per cent, this being the smallest rate of increase shown for any 

The population of Florida in 1900 is more than fifteen times as large as the population given for 1830, the first 
census taken after its organization as a territory in 1822._ 

The total land surface of Florida is, approximately, 54,240 square miles, the average number of persons to the 
squaremileatthecensusesof 1890 and 1900 being as follows: 1890,7.2; 1900, 9.7. ^., , ^., . 

Table 2 shows the population of Florida by counties at each census from 1830 to 1900, inclusive, while table 3, 
which immediately follows, shows, for each county, the increase (or decrease) by number and per cent during the ten 

years^ rom^^^ territorial change which has been made in the counties of Florida since 1890 is that part of Pasco has 

been annexe^^ counties in the state all but 3 show increases in population since 1890, and 6 counties show over 100 

percent of increase, namely Dade, 475.4 per cent ; Calhoun, 205.2 per cent ; Hillsboro, 141.0 per cent ; Citrus, 125.1 

percent; Lee, 117.1 per cent ; and Liberty, 103.5 per cent. 

The 3 counties showing a decrease in population are Lake, Monroe, and Orange. 

Table 4 shows the population of Florida by minor civil divisions, so far as it was separately returned at the 
censuses of 1890 and 1900. 

(CP15M) 



Table 2.— POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY COUNTIES : 1830 TO 1900. 



The State., 



Alachua 

Baker 1 

Bradford 1. 
Brevard 2_. 
Calhoun 



Citrus s __.. 

Clay 

Columbia- 
Dade* 

De Soto6._. 



Duval 

Escambia- 
Franklin _. 

Gadsden 

Hamilton- 



Hernando •-. 

Hillsboro 

Holmes 

Jackson 

Jefferson 



Lafayette- 
Lake" 

Lee» 

Leon 

Levy 



1000 



528,542 



Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee <» . 

Marion 

Monroe ° — 



Nassau 

New River i 

Orange "> 

Osceola" 

Pasco 12 



Polk IS 

Putnam 

St. John 

St. Lucie » . 



Santa Rosa . 

Sumter " 

Smvauee — 
Taylor 



Volusia * . 
Wakulla- 
Walton _ 



Washington. 



32,245 
4,516 

10,295 
5,158 
5,132 

5,391 
5,635 
17, 094 
4,955 
8,047 

39, 733 
28,313 
4,890 
15,294 
11,881 

3,638 
36, 013 

7,762 
23,377 
16, 195 

4,987 
7,467 
3,071 
19,887 
8,603 

2,956 
16, 446 

4,663 
24, 403 
18,006 

9,654 

"11^374" 
3,444 
6,054 

12, 472 
11, 641 
9,165 



1800 



391,422 






10,293 
6,187 

14,654 
3,999 

10, 003 
5,149 
9,316 

10, 154 



22,934 
8,333 
7,616 
3,401 
1,681 



5,154 

12,877 

861 

4,944 

26,800 
20,188 

3,308 
11,894 

8,507 

2,476 
14, 941 

4,336 
17,644 
15,757 

3,686 
8,034 
1,414 
17,752 
6,586 

1,452 
14, 316 

2,895 
20, 796 
18,786 

8,294 

"i2,"584' 
3,133 
4,249 

7,905 
11,186 
8,712 



1880 



269,493 



16,462 
2,303 
6,112 
1,478 
1,580 



2,838 

9,589 

267 



19,431 
12, 156 

1,791 
12, 169 

6,790 

4,248 

5,814 

2,170 

14, 372 

16, 065 

2,441 



1870 



187,748 



17,328 
1,325 
3,671 
1,216 



2,098 

7,335 

85 



1860 



140,424 



8,232 



246 
1,446 



7,961 
j5,363 
10, 524 
2,122 

8,467 
3,117 
4,816 
6,426 



19, 662 
5,767 

1,362 
14, 798 

3,544 
13, 016 
10, 940 



6,618 



11, 921 
7,817 
1,256 
9,802 
5,749 

2,938 
3,216 
1,572 
9,628 
13,398 

1,783 



3,181 
6,261 
4,535 



6,645 
4,686 
7,161 
2,279 

3,294 
2,723 
4,201 
4,089 



15, 236 
2,018 

1,050 
11, 121 

1,931 
10, 804 

5,667 

4,247 
~~2~i95' 



1,914 

4,646 

83 



5,074 
5,768 
1,904 
9,396 
4,154 

'1,200 
2,981 
1,386 

10, 209 
9,876 

2,068 



1850 



87,445 



2,524 



1,377 



1840 



54,477 



18S0 



2,282 



1,142 



2,102 
446 



3,169 
3,821 
2,618 



3,312 
2,962 
3,556 
1,453 

1,723 
2,506 
3,041 
2,302 



12,313 
1,781 

1,457 
7,779 
854 
8,609 
2,913 

3,644 

3,820 

987 



4,539 
4,351 
1,561 
8,784 
2,511 

926 
2,377 
1,205 
6,639 
7,718 



11, 442 
465 



4,156 
3,993 
1,030 
5,992 
1,464 



34,730 



1820 



2,204 



1,970 
2,518 



1810 



1800 



452 



4,681 
5,713 



10, 713 



5,490 



1,037 
1,154 



3,338 
2,645 

2,164 

466 



687 

2,525 

139 

2,883 



2,644 



3,907 
3,312 



6,494 



526 



1700 



1,892 
- 73 



2,694 



617 
1,511 
"'733 



2,538 



1,955 
1,817 
1,950 



1 New River taken to form Baker and Bradford prior to 1870 
Osceo?a!n'l887 ^^ °* ®*' ^""'' P"" *° ^^° ' ?''''' "'I^en'to form part of 

1 0rganized from parf of Hernando in 1887. 
* Part of St. Lucie annexed prior to 1860. 
' De Soto organized from part of Manatee in 1887 

F^lo^w!^'^^ '^^ ■^™'°° P"" '° ^^^ ■ P^'*^ ^^^'^ '° ^°''" Citrus and 
' Estimated. 
« Organized from parts of Orange and Sumter in 1887. 



1,461 
859 



1,207 
978 






9 Lee organized from part of Monroe in 1887. 
and O^ce'Slaln ?^f "■°" ^°'^^*° P"""" '° ^^ ' P^* ^^^^ ^ ^o™ V^ of Lake 
" Organized from parts of Brevard and Orange in 1887 

pirt nf'l? iT,S^'^ °' Hernando in 1887 ; lart annexed to Polk since 1890 
14 \SfI ? , ^*- J'^P® annexed prior to 1860 ; part of Pasco annexed einoe iRon 
prior^tfl86o *° '°''" ''''™''^ """^ P"'^ ^^"^^^^ ^ Dadt.°?oCnd VoS 
1' Part taken to form part of Lake in 1887. 



Table 3- INCIlEASE IN POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY COUNTIES: 1890 TO 1900. 



INCKEASE. 



Number. Per cent. 



The State 137 120 



Alachua 

Baker 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Calhoun 

Citrus 

Clay 

Columbia ._ 

Dade 

De Soto 

Duval 

Escambia 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Hamilton _., 

Hernando 

Hillsboro 

Holmes 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 



,811 
,183 
,779 
,757 
,451 
997 
481 
217 
094 
103 
933 
126 
582 
400 
374 
162 
072 



,301 
1.507 



35.0 

40.5 
86.4 
36.9 
51.6 

206.2 

125.1 

9.3 

32.7 

475.4 
62.7 
48.2 
40.2 
47.8 
28.6 
39.6 
46.9 

141.0 

79.0 

33.2 

2.7 

35.2 

17.0 



COUNTIES. 



Number. Per cent. 



Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marion 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Orange 

Osceola 

Pasco.. 

Polk ::; 

Putnam 

St. John...!" 
Santa Rosa. 

Sumter 

Suwanee . 

Taylor 

Volusia 

Wakulla. 

Walton I 

Washington. 



1,657 
2,135 
2,017 
1,504 
1,130 
1,768 
8,607 
1780 
1,360 
11,210 

811 
1,805 
4,567 

4.55 

453 
2.332 

824 
4,030 
1,877 
1,536 
2,032 
4,530 
3,728 



' Decrease. 



117.1 


12.0 


30.6 


103.5 


7.8 


61.0 


17.3 


14.1 


16.3 


19.6 


9.9 


42.4 


57.7 


4.0 


5.1 


29.2 


15.3 


88.2 


88.4 


18.1 


65.1 


94.0 


58.0 



Table 4 — POPULATION OF FLOPJDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Alachua cobnty . 



Precinct 1. Waldo 

Precinct 2. La Crosse 

Precinct 3. Alachua 

Precinct 4. Cow Creek * 

Precinct 5. Trenton ii 

Precinct 6. Jonesville 11"" 

Precinct 7. Gainesville, including Gainesville city . 

Gainesville city 

Precinct 8. Hawthorn, including Hawthorn town.. 

Hawthorn town 

Precinct 9. IsH'id Grove 

Precinct 10. Micanopy, including Micanopy town__. 

Micanopy town 

Precinct 11. Archer 

Precinct 12. Arredonda 

Precinct 13. Fairbanks 

Precinct 14. Melrose 

Precinct 15. Windsor.. 



Precinct 16. Lakeview 

Precinct 17. Hague 

Precinct 18. Osceola 

Precinct 19. Orange Heights 

Precinct 20. High Springs, including High Springs town 

High Springs town 

Precinct 21. Yular^ 



Baker county 



Precinct 1. Sanderson 

Precinct 2. Olustee 

Precinct 3. Maclenny, including Maclenny town . 

Maclenny town 

Precinct 4. Johnsville 

Precinct 5. Glen St. Mary 



Bradford county . 



Precinct 1. Lawtey '. 

Precinct 2. Lake Butler,s Including Lake Butler town 

Lake Butler town 

Precinct 3. Palestine — 
Precinct 4. Providence 
Precinct 5. Pine Hill 



Precinct 6. Starke, including Starke town 

Starke town 

Precinct 7. Hampton, including Hampton town. 
Hampton town 

Precinct 8. Pine Grove ' 



Brevard county * . 



Precinct 1. La Grange 

Precinct 2. Titusville, including Titusville town 

Titusville town 

Precinct 3. City Point 

Precinct i. Eockledge, including Cocoa town 

Cocoa town 

Precinct 5. Eau Gallie, including EaiU Gallic town — 

Eau Gallie town 

Precinct 6. Melbourne, including Melboiu-ne town . 

Melbourne town 

Precinct 7. Malabar 

Precinct 8. Sebastian 

Precinct 9. St. Lucie 

Precinct 10. Eden 

Precinct 11. Fort Drum 

Precinct 12. Narrows 

Precinct 13. Georglana 

Precinct 14. Merritt 

Precinct 15. Canaveral 

Precinct 16. Hanlover 

Precinct 18. Ankona 

Precinct 19. Micco 

Precinct 20. Brantley 

Precinct 21. White City 

Precinct 22. Woodley. 



Seminole Indians (not located in precincts) . 



Calhoun county . 



Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 



1. Wewahitchka-. 

2. Shiloah 

3. Pippins Mill - 



4. Hansfords Mill- 

5. Blountstown — 

6. lola 

7. Board Head — 

Precinct 8. Railsbach'., 



Precinct 9. Juniper Creek 
Precinct 10. Farmdale'. 



1900 



32, 245 



1,628 

2,169 

1,624 

738 

1,060 

3,617 

6,808 

3.633 

1,425 

296 

575 

1,607 

645 

1,461 

1,589 

588 

613 

913 

.235 

1,277 

788 

440 

2,448 

1,562 

612 

4,516 



1,201 
650 
950 
350 

1,3.56 
459 

10,295 



1,474 

2, 429 

431 

600 

1,136 

1,194 

2, 120 

972 

1,182 

198 

260 

5,158 



276 
804 
756 
148 
660 
382 
277 
172 
281 
131 

92 
196 
482 
543 
100 

67 
131 
182 

94 

82 
100 

89 
128 
243 
100 

83 



1890 



122,934 



1,312 

1,460 

836 

922 

254 

2,488 

4,234 

2, 700 



485 
1,393 

494 
1,369 
2,304 

295 

540 



('). 



300 
948 
558 
420 

798 



3,333 



952 
435 
898 
334 
718 
380 

7,516 



1,098 
1,678 



- 3.54 
906 
841 
1,989 
669 
650 



3,401 



74S 



s 1, 681 



1,250 


C) 


474 


212 


305 


(') 


1,000 


257 


571 


(') 


236 


119 


468 


144 


108 


113 


661 


(') 


59 





1 Precincts 8 and 15 (population 2,018 in 1890) not separately returned in 1890. 

2 iroS IiPt 91 nrmnlzed fiom parts of precincts 4 and 5 since 1890. 



since 1890. 



1890, 



f Precincts 1, 3, 5, and 9 (population 836 in 1890) not separately returned in 

Precinct 10 organized from part of precinct 8 since 1890. 
7 KeciSct 10 oSanlzed from part of precinct 1 smce 1890. 



minor civil divisions. 



Citrus county*. 



Precinct 1. 
Precinct 2. 
Precinct 3. 
Precinct 4. 
Precinct 5. 
Precinct 6. 
Precinct 7. 
Precinct 8. 
Precinct 9. 
Precinct 10. 
Precinct 11. 
Precinct 12. 
Precinct 13. 
Precinct 14. 
Precinct 15. 



Citronelle 

Crystal River _ 
Homosassa — 

Ozello 

Lecanto 

Mannfleld 

Stage Pond __. 

Floral City 

New Hope 

Invernass 

Dunnellon 

Pairmount 

Fort Cooper 

Hernando 

Hartshorn 



Clay county— 



Precinct 1. Green Cove Springs,' including Green Cove 
Springs town. 

Green Cove Springs town 

Precinct 2. Hibernia 

Precinct 3. Middleburg 

Precinct 4. Highland 

Precinct 5. Kingsley 

Precinct 6. Belmore^ 

Precinct 7. McRae". 



Precinct 8. Orange Park, including Orange Park town- 
Orange Park town 

Precinct 9. Elvers Mill 

Precinct 10. Sharon ' 

Precinct 11. Melrose^ 

Precinct 12. Lakeside' 



Columbia county—, 



Precinct 1 

Precinct 2 

Precinct 3 

Precinct 4 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6, including Fort White town- 
Fort White town 

Precinct 7 

Precinct 8 

Precinct 9 

Precinct 10, including Lake City town — 
Lake City town 



Dade county - 



Precinct 1. St. Lucie 

Precinct 2. Lake North, including West Palm Beach city. 

West Palm Beach city 

Precinct 3. Lemon City n 

Precinct 4. Cocoanut Grove, including part of Miami city 

Miami city (part of) 

Total for Miami city, in precincts 4 and 7 

Precinct 5. Jupiter 

Precinct 6. Fort Lauderdale n 

Precinct 7. Miami," including part of Miami city 

Miami city (part of) 



Miami city tpart ol) 

Seminole Indians (not located in precincts). 



1900 



Db Soto county . 



1. Fort Green., 

2. Wauchula _. 

3. Coker 

4. Pine Level 12. 



Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 5. Charlotte Harbor. 

Precinct 6. Grove 

Precinct 7. Punta Gorda,i3 including Punta Gorda town. 

Punta Gorda town 

Precinct 8, Fort Ogden 

Precinct 9. Arcadia,^* including Arcadia town 

Arcadia town 

Precinct 10. Crewsvllle 

Precinct 11. Zolfo 

Precinct 12. Fish Eating Creek 

Precinct 13. Fort Bassenger 

Precinct 14. Avon Park., 



545 
464 
99 
49 
2SS 
229 
299 
655 
117 
600 
577 
200 
69 
400 
800 



5,635 



1,561 

929 
1S4 
1, 342 
655 
207 
265 
230 
456 
24s 
295 
157 
198 
85 



17,094 



1,180 

554 

1, 589 

1,678 

1,555 

1,930 

600 

1,070 

1,0S6 

387 

6,055 

4,013 

4,955 



1S90 



2,394 



5,154 



1,842 

1, 106 
180 
707 
640 
320 
463 
434 
349 
228 
219 



1012,877 



97 
825 
564 
780 
949 

99 

1,681 

145 

91 

1,959 

1,582 

109 

8,047 



314 
499 
480 
230 
266 
74 

1,047 
860 
495 

1,449 

799 
411 
489 
281 
165 
225 
440 
283 
277 
233 
141 
248 



133 
338 

(10) 

1,620 
1,756 
1,803 
376 
1, 053 
1,018 



861 



41 

244 



364 
105 



107 



4,944 



563 
177 
lOS 
451 
182 
54 
344 
262 
352 
814 



440 
628 
111 
181 
64 
196 
270 
9 



Precinct 15. Bowling Green 

Precinct 16. Charlie Apopka 

Precinct 17. Nocatee 

Precinct 18. Owens 12 

Precinct 19. Cleveland is 

Precinct 20. Oak Hill" 

B Precinct 12 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890. 

» Precinct 11 organized from part of precinct 7 since 1890. 
i» Precincts 3, 9, and 10 (population 5,156 in 1890) not separately returned in 
1890. 

1' Precincts 6 and 7 organized from parts of precinct 3 since 1890. 

12 Precinct 18 organized from part of precinct 4 since 1890. 

13 Precinct 19 organized from part of precinct 7 since 1890. 
1* Precinct 20 organized from part of precinct 9 since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900-Contmued, 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Duval county . 



Precinct 1. Fort George. _ 
Precinct 2. New Berlin i_ 

Precinct 3. Geigers' 

Precinct 4. Baldwin 

Precinct 5. Maxville 

Precinct 6. Prices 

Precinct 7. Monerief 



Precinct 8. Panama . 

Precinct 9. Chaseville^ 

Precinct 10. Mayport^ 

Precinct H. Pablo 

Precinct 12. Arlington 

Precinct 13. South Jacksonville 

Precinct 14. Mandarin 

Precincts 15 to 23, coextensive with Jacksonville city 

Jacksonville city : 

Ward I Ij949 

Ward 2 4,645 

Ward 3 3,086 

Ward 4 3,007 

Ward 5 2,289 

Ward 6 3,772 

Ward 7 3,589 

Ward 8 4,201 

Ward 9 ^,891 

Precinct 24. Duval' 

Precinct 25. Gilmorc^ 

Precinct 26. Idlewilds 



Escambia county . 



Precinct 1. Nlxs 

Precinct 2. Kupfrians Park 

Precinct 3. Millview 

Precinct 4. Ferry Pass 

Precinct 5. Beulah 

Precinct 6. Powelton 

Precinct 7. Pine Barren * 

Precinct 8. Crabtrees 

Precinct 9. Bluff Springs' 

Precinct 10. Wards Mill 

Precinct 11. Walnut Hill 

Precinct 12, comprising: part of Pensacola city 

Total for Pensacola city, coextensive with precincts 12, 13, 
14, and 15. 

Precinct 13, comprising part of Pensacola city 

Precinct 14, comprising part of Pensacola city 

Precinct 15, comprising part of Pensacola city 

Precinct 16. Pineville 

Precinct 17. Brents 

Precinct 18. McDavids^ 

Precinct 19. Molino* 

Precinct 20. Flomaton' 



Fbanklin county. 



Precinct 1,7 including part of Apalachicola city .. 

Apalachicola city (part of) 

Total for Apalaciiicola city 8 in precincts i and 3. 
Precinct 2, including Carrabelle town 

Carrabelle town 

Precinct 3,« including part of Apalachicola city .. 

Apalachicola city (part of) 



Gadsden county . 



Precinct 1. Quincy, including Quincy town . 

Quincy town 

Precinct 2. Hinson 

Precinct 3. Concord ■ 

Precinct 4. Scotland 

Precinct 5. Midway 

Precinct 6. Wetnmpka 

Precinct 7. Sawdust 

Precinct 8. Sycamore 11 

Precinct 9. Chattahoochee" 

Precinct 10. Mount Pleasant" 

Precinct 11. Blue Springn 



Hamilton county - 



Precinct 1. Jenningsi* 

Precinct 2. Jasper," including Jasper town 

Jasper town 

Precincts. White Springs," including White Springs 
town. 
White Springs town 



1900 



39,733 



137 
429 
626 
611 
267 

2,015 
S38 

1,135 
246 
400 
326 
206 

2,196 

1,261 
28,429 



479 
36 
196 

28,313 



2,008 
999 
695 
555 
450 

1,260 
346 
260 
783 
445 
228 

6,313 
17, 747 

3,541 
1,756 
6,137 
167 
915 
387 
574 
504 



4,890 



2,186 



1,077 
.,326 

.,378 
894 



15,294 



847 

6711 

566/ 

184 

735 

688 

875 

165 

722 

750 

350 



11,881 



1,337 
2,589 

2,587 

690 



1890 



26,800 



85 

650 

458 

425 

349 

1,489 

665 

547 

305 

642 

282 

465 

1,030 

2,307 

17,201 



120,188 



1,574 
523 
736 
722 
336 
835 
912 
198 
1,467 
259 
217 

(*) 

II, 750 



135 
524 



2, 727 
581 
482 



3,925 
681 

10 2,310 

971 
877 
770 
862 
1,007 
844 
828 



8,507 



779 
2,627 



MINOB CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1 Precinct 24 organized from parts of precincts 2 and 3 since 1890. 

2 Precinct 25 organized from part of precinct 9 since 1890. 
' Precinct 26 organized from part of precinct 10 since 1S90. 

* Precincts 12, 13, 14, and 15 (population 11,750 in 1890) not separately returned 
in 1890. 

^ Precinct 19 organized from part of precinct 7 since 1890. 

« Precincts 18 and 20 organized from parts of precinct 9 since 1890. 

' Given as coextensive with Apalachicola city In 1890 ; part taken to form 
precinct 3 since 1890. 

" Given as coextensive vrith precinct 1 in 1890. 

' Organized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 



Hamilton county— Continued. 



Belmont "- 
Marionl*- 



Precinct 4. 

Precinct 5. - 

Precinct 6. Corinth Church 12. 

Precinct 7. Octahatcheei^- 

Preclnct 8. Westlake'* 

Precinct 9. Smithvillei' — 

Precinct 10. Genoa 1* 



Hernando county.. 



Precinct 1 1'_. 
Precinct 2 15_. 
Precinct 3.. 



Precinct 4, including Brooksville town . 

Brooksville town 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6 

Precinct 7 '' 

Precinct 8 " 



Hillsbobo county". 



Tampa city, comprising precinct 20 and parts of precincts 
6, 25, 26, 27, and 29. 

Ward 1 -• 3,063 

Ward 2 4,597 

Ward 3 1, 718 

Ward 4 6,461 

Precinct 1. St. Petersburg, Including St. Petersburg 
town. 

St. Petersburg town 

Precinct 2. Johns Pass 

Precinct 3. Clear Water, including Bellair and Clear 
Water Harbor towns. 

Bellair town 

Clear Water Harbor town 

Precinct 4. Sutherland, Including Dunedin town 

Dunedin town 

Precinct 5. Horse Pond. 



Precinct 6, Including part of Fort Brook town, but ex- 
clusive of part of Tampa city. 

Fort Brook town (part of) 

Total for Fort Brook town, in precincts 6 and 29 

Precinct 7. Peru 

Precinct 8. Pelot 

Precinct 9. Alafia 

Precinct 10. Thouotosassa 

Precinct 11. Bethel ' 

Precinct 12. Little Manatee 

Precinct 13. Hurrah . 



Precinct 14. Tarpon Springs, including Tarpon Springs 
town. 

Tarpon Springs town 

Precinct 15. Brandon 

Precinct 16. Bloomingdale 

Precinct 17. Keysville 

Precinct 18. Keystone Park. 



Precinct 19. Plant City, Including Plant City town 

Plant City town 

Precinct 21. Bay View 

Precinct 22. Port Tampa "City, Including Port Tampa 
City town. 

Port Tampa City town 

Precinct 23. Gulf City ." I ' 

Precinct 24. Seffner. 



Precinct 25. West Tampa, including West Tampa city 
but exclusive of part of Tampa city. 

West Tampa city 

Precinct 26. Hyde Park, exclusive of part of Tampa'city" 
Precinct 27, exclusive of part of Tampa city 

Precinct 28. College Hill :_. __'__ "_"_'__'. 

Precinct 29. Fort Brook, including part of Fort Brook 
town, but exclusive of part of Tampa city. 

Fort Brook town (part of) 



Holmes county _ 



Precinct 1. Hickory Hill 

Precinct 2. Sandy Creek" 

Precinct 3. Webbs Mill 

Precinct 4. Leonia Church 

Precinct 5. Wards Mill 

Precinct 6. Poplar Springs... 
Precinct 7. Hathaways Mill 
Precinct 8. Ponce de Leon 13 
Precinct 9. Hurricane Creek. 
Precinct 10. Newton 
Precinct 11. Westvllle Z~ 

Precinct 12. Bonilay 



1900 



1890 



929 
837 
330 

1,031 
799 

1,075 
667 



3,638 



245 
370 
278 
1,123 
641 
672 
442 
306 
303 



86,013 



15,839 



2,298 



1,575 
254 



113 
343 
597 
113 
459 
648 

548 
I113S 
470 
133 
451 
553 
600 
150 
372 
733 

541 
317 
429 
259 
187 

2,051 
720 
273 

1,632 

1,367 

96 

672 

2,552 

=.355 

186 

358 

1,522 

1,242 

587 



7,762 



479 
430 
443 
232 
483 
631 
432 
685 
344 
851 
712 



617 
1,019 

294 
1,644 



2,476 



134 
395 
1,015 
512 
340 
284 



14,941 



5,632 



448 



409 
329 
271 
372 
393 
99 
866 
297 
148 
722 
285 
S8S 



j» Not separately returned in 1S90. 

12 SppJnnt «V^2t"'^^'^i™™ ^^^ °^ precincts 8, 9, and 10 since 1890. 

Prec Sot Q nrf»nlJ»^ S°™ !"'''.'■' °J precincts 1, 6, 'and 7 since 1890. 
" Sp^ nnf mJSi^^^^^J^,""^ P"' °' precinct 2 since 1890. 

pJecScJ 7 n?Jf?;?^»5'^f '™'" P^"^."' precincts 3, 4, and 6 since 1890. 
10 5r!nlSSS o "ganized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 

17 rZ^^rii°''^\1J^^'^ *'■?" P'^''' °f precinct 2 since 1S90 

since & population for 1890 can not be made; county redlstricted 

18 Part taken to form part of precinct 15 since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Holmes county— Contmued. 



Precinct 13. Mathews Mill... 

Precinct 14. Bay View 

Precinct 15. SummervUle i ._ 



Jaokson county . 



Precinct 1 

Precinct 2a.. 

Precinct, 3 

Precinct 48_. 
Precinct 5_ 



Precinct 6, including Marianna town _ 

Marianna town 

Precinct 7 

Precinct 8* 

Precinct 9* 

Precinct 10 

Precinct 11 

Precinct 12 :_. 

Precinct 13 

Precinct M^.. 
Precinct 15'- 



Precinct 16,* including Sneads town_ 
Sneads town 



Jeffekson county . 



Precinct 1. Ashville 

Precinct 2. Lintons Mill- 
Precinct 8. Barnes 

Precinct 4. Wlieeler 



Precinct 5. Lloyd- 
Precinct 6. Monticello, including Monticello town - 

Monticello town 

Precinct 7. Drifton 

Precinct 8. Aucilla, including Aucilla village 

Aucilla village 

Precinct 9. Lament 

Precinct 10. Waukeenah 

Precinct 11. Wacissa-. 



Precinct 12. Stricldand- 



Lapayette county - 



Precinct 1. Day'-. 



Precinct 2. Haxt Hammoclt '- 

Precinct 3. Joppa Lodge 

Precinct 4. Oldtown 

Precinct 5. Fish Bone 

Precinct 6. Valentine 

Precinct 7. Steinhatcliee 

Precinct 8. Mayo ' 



Lake county. 



1. Astor 

2. Altoona 

3. Acron 

4. Crows BlufE- 



5. Cassia.. 

6. Seneca — 

7. Umatilla.. 



Higley > 
Fort Mason'.. 



Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 
Precinct 8. 

Precinct 9. , ^ ^ 

Precmct 10. Leesburg,' including Leesburg town.. 

Leesburg town 

Precinct 11. Lady Lake 

Precinct 12. Okahumpka ^ — 

Precinct 13. Eustls, including Eustis town 

Eustis town 

Precinct 14. Sorrento 

Precinct 15. Tavares, including Tavares town 

Tavares town 

Precinct 16. Lane Park 

Precinct 17. Yalaha » 

Precinct 18. Mascotte* 

Precinct 19. Astatula 

Precinct 20. Victoria 

Precinct 21. Montverde" 

Precinct 22. Clermont' 

Precinct 23. Mount Dora 

Precinct 24. Lisbon'., 



1900 



540 
405 
209 



23,377 



256 
2,164 
2,052 
1,066 

388 
3,645 

QOO 

835 

8191 

877/ 

2,607 

1,076 

1,467 

1,554 

1,612 

1,391 

1,568 

368 



16,195 



1,670 
1,834 
818 
1,645 
1,497 
1,993 
1,076 
1,239 
1,522 

1,03^ 

1,400 

924 

620 



800 
400 

1,133 
482 
260 
180 
385 

1,347 



7,467 



182 
504 
218 
141 
103 

86 
456 
230 
135 
1,470 
76s 
361 
437 
609 
411 
333 
147 
113 

46 
263 
537 
100 

62 
146 
295 
197 
295 
124 



1890 



157 
105 



17,544 



249 
2,437 
1,379 
1,388 

874 
3,419 

926 

413 

62,123 

2,050 

917 

1,049 

1,751 



15,757 



1,768 

1,900 

962 

1,651 

1,468 

2,005 

1,218 

1,077 

1,334 

216 

895 

1,352 

763 

692 



6 3, 686 



(•) 



466 
437 
313 
178 



8,034 



119 
463 
125 
100 
205 
120 
366 
161 
292 
2,015 
722 
487 
297 
835 



868 
272 



109 
376 
608 
56 
47 
141 
408 
174 



Precinct 25. Minneola* 

1 Organized from parts of precincts 2 and 8 since 1890 

2 Prlcinet 14 organized from part of precinct 2 since 1890. 

3 Precinct 15 or|anlzed from part of precinct 4 since 1890 

* Precinct 16 organized from parts of precincts 8 and 9 since 1890. 

eprtSf2YanlT?;op?lition 2,292 in 1890, not separately returned in 

''*^''7 Precinct 8 organized from parts of precincts 1 and 2 since 1890. 
8 pJecSct 24 OTganized from parts of precincts 8, 9, and 10 since 1890. 
» R?ISSct 25 orlaSzed from parts of precincts 17, 18, 21, and 22 since 1890 
10 tomparisonm^th population for 1890 can not be made ; comity redistricted 

since 1890. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Lee county 1"- 



Precinct 1. Fort Denaud 

Precinct 2. Alva 

Precinct 8. Buckingham 

Precinct 4. Port Myers, including Myers town . 

Myers town 

Precinct 5. Nefw Prospect 

Precinct 6. Piintarasa 

Precinct 7. Marco 

Precinct 8. Allen Place 

Precinct 9. Sanibel 

Seminole Indians (not located in precincts) _— 



Leon county-. 



Precinct 1 

Precinct 2 

Precinct 8 

Precinct 4 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6 

Precinct 7 

Precinct 8 

Precinct 9 

Precinct 10 

Precinct 11 

Precinct 12, comprising part of Tallahassee city 

Total for Tallahassee city, coextensive with precincts 12 
and 13. 

Precinct 18, comprising part of Tallaliassee city 

Precinct 14 

Precinct 15 

Precinct 16 

Precinct 17 

Precinct 18 



Levy county . 



Precinct 1. Bronson 

Precinct 2. Levyville" 

Precmct 3. EUzey 

Precinct 4. Cedar Keys, Including Cedar Keys town 1 

Cedar Keys town 

Precinct 5. Lebanon 

Precinct .6. Moritbrook 

Precinct 7. Williston, including Williston town 

Williston town 

Precinct 8. Morriston 

Precinct 9. Sumner 

Precinct 10. Judsoni' 

Precinct 11. Shell Pond 

Precinct 12. Ked Hollow" 

Precinct 13. Chleflandii" 



Liberty county. 



Precinct 1. Oak Grove 

Precinct 2. Bristol 

Precinct 3. Orange 

Precinct 4. Coe Mills 

Precinct 5. Chesters School House-. 



Madison county . 



Precinct 1. Madison, Including Madison town- 
Madison town 

Precinct 2. Ellavllle =. 

Precinct 3. Norton Creek i» 

Precinct 4. MoseleyHall 

Precinct 5. Greenville 

Precinct 6. Hamburg 

Precinct 7. Cherry Lake 

Precinct 8. Wlthlacoochee 

Precinct 9. Harmony 

Precinct 10. Hixtown 

Precinct 11. Macedonia 

Precinct 12. Winquepini^ 



Manatee county _ 



Precinct 1. Palmetto, i' Including Palmetto town- 
Palmetto town 

Precinct 2. Mitchellville i' 

Precinct 3. Dry Prau-ie 

Precinct 4. Mlaltka i» 



1000 



3,071 



322 
295 
169 
1,025 
943 
96 
248 
407 
131 
232 
147 



19,887 



764 
1,160 

6331 
1,717/ 

440 
1,841 
1,066 
1,128 

8711 

747/ 
1,774 
1,428 
2,981 

1,563 

1,721 

622 

842 

1,1781 

402/ 



8,603 



799 
517 
802 
960 
739 
600 
670 
1,466 
184 
772 
450 
5S0 
275 
400 
443 



2,956 



791 
796 
769 
370 
240 

16,446 



3,748 

849 

6621 

778/ 

1,165 

1,526 

2,242 

1,444 

885 

617 

813 

1,261 

405 

4,663 



1,268 
569 
200 
300 
164 



11 Precincts 4 and 9 (population 1,869 in 1890) not separately returned in 1890. 

12 Part taken to form part of precinct 13 since 1890. 
1' Part taken to form precinct 12 since 1890. 

" Organized from part of precinct 10 since 1890 and part subsequently taken 
to form part of precinct 13. 

16 Organized from parts of precincts 2 and 12 since 1890. 
i» Precinct 12 organized from part of precinct 3 since 1890. 
1' Pan taken to form precinct 9 since 1890. 
1' Part taken to form precinct 11 since 1890, 
IS Part taken to form precinct 8 since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Manatee county— Continued. 

Precinct 5. Manatee, Including Manatee town . 

Manatee town 

Precinct 6. Braidentown , 

Precinct 7. Sarasota ' 

Precinct 8. Sandy 2 

Precinct 9. Ellenton « 

Precinct 10. Englewood i 

Precinct J.1. Parrish* 



Maeion county '_, 



Precinct 1. Ocala, including Ocala city 

Ocala city 

Ward I 468 

Ward 2 756 

Ward 3 970 

Ward 4 1, 186 

Precinct 2. Eeddick 

Precinct 3. Flemington 

ftecinct 4. Cotton Plant 

Precinct 5. Buck Pond 

Precinct 6. Camp Izard 

Precinct 7. Shady Grove 



1900 



Pi'ecinct 8. Summerfield 

Precinct 9. Lake Weir 

I'recinct 10. Moss Bluff 

Precinct 11. Grahamville 

Precinct 12. Salt Springs 

Precinct 13. Fort McCoy 

Precinct 14. Orange Springs 

Precinct 15. Linadale 

Precinct 16. Citra, including Citra town . 
Citra town. 



Precinct 17. Anthony, including Anthony town . 

Anthony town 

Precinct 18. Martin Z. 

Precinct 19. Stanton _ 

Precinct 20. Blitchton. 



Precinct 21. Belleview, including Belleview town., 

Belleview town . 

Precinct 22. Mcintosh 

Precinct 23. Pedro. 



Precinct 24. Dunnellon, including Dunnellon town I 

Dunnellon town 

Precinct 26. Candler II_I 

Precinct 26. Sparr 

Precinct 27. Eureka 

Precinct 28. Juliette 



MONKOE COUNTY . 



Precincts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, coextensive with Key West city. 
Key West city ; 

Ward I 2, III 

Ward 2 1,568 

Ward 3 3,63s 

Ward 4 5,037 

Ward 5 4, 763 

Precinct 6. Key Metacumbe 

Precinct 7. Key Largo 

Precinct 8. Chokoloskee 



Nassau county . 



Precinct 1, Including part of Femandina city... 

Fernandina city (part of) 

Total for Fernandina city, in precincts i and 2 

Precinct 2 ' including part of Fernatdina city.. 

Fernandina city (part of) 

Precinct 3 

Precinct 4 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6 

Precinct 7 

Precinct 8 

Precinct 9 

Precinct 10 

Precinct 11 

Precinct 13 



Change county »-. 



Precinct 1. Orlando, including Orlando city 

Orlando city 

Precinct 2. Maitland, including Eatonville and Lake 
Maitland towns. 

Eatonville town 

Lake Maitland town ; 



480 
254 
900 
603 
172 
286 
■90 
200 



24,403 



5,915 
3,380 



1,227 

1,504 

1,502 

513 

622 

1,037 

1,021 

221 

368 

637 

244 

674 

657 

137 

680 

322 

445 

198 

696 

366 

1,031 

1,124 

137 

1,049 

287 

1,267 

700 

152 

625 

261 

261 



18,006 



17,114 



246 
364 
282 



9,654 



,596 

■.445 

1,245 

!,800 

,800 

762 

379 

263 

2171 

912/ 

861 

.,050 

309 

252 

263 



11,374 



3,243 

2,481 

633 

125 
X36 



1890 



643 



373 
392 



20,796 



387 
231 



18, 786 



18,080 



273 

S37 

96 



« 8, 294 



(<■) 



1803 
238 



246 
324 
203 

8 1,103 

1,121 

1,079 

193 

217 



12,584 



2,856 



1 Precinct 10 organized from part of precinct 7 since 1890. 

2 Organized from part of precinct 4 since 1890. 
2 Organized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 
* Organized from part of precinct 2 since 1890. 

' Comparison with population for 1890 can not be made; county rediatrieted 
since 1890. 

« Precincts 1 and 12 (population 3,472 in 1890) not separately retm-ned in 1890- 
precinct 12 subsequently annexed to precinct 2. • ' 

' Precinct 12 annexed since 1890. 



MINOE civil divisions. 



Oeange county— Continued. 

Precinct 3. Sanford, Including Goldsboro town and San- 
ford city. 

Goldsboro town 

Sanford city 

Precinct 4. Paola 

Precinct 6. Ovledo 

Precinct 6. Geneva 



1900 



Precinct 7. Chuluota 

Precinct 8. Gabriella 

Precinct 9. Longwood 

Precinct 10. Ocoee 

Precinct 11. Apopka, including Apopka town . 

Apopka town 

Precinct 12. ZeUwood 

Precinct 13. Bay Eidge 

Precinct 14. Oakland 

Precinct 15. Gotha 

Precinct 16. Pine Castle 

Precinct 17. Conway 

Precinct 18. Fort Christmas . 



Precinct 19. Winter Park, including Winter Park town — 
Winter Park town 



Osceola county . 



Precinct 1. Kissimmee, including Kissimmee city . 

Kissimmee city 

Precinct 2. Shingle Creek 

Precinct 3. Campbell 

Precinct 4. Bassville 

Precinct 5. Crabgraas 

Precinct 6. Lakevlew 

Precinct 7. Bassenger 

Precinct 8. Narcoossee 



Pasco county » . 



Precinct 1. Macon 

Precinct 2. Dade, including Dade city . 

Dade city 

Precinct 3. Richland 

Precinct 4. Wesley Chapel 

Precinct 6. San Antonio 

Precinct 6. Chipco 

Precinct 7. Pasco 

Precinct 8. Slaughter 

Precinct 9. Hudson 

Precinct 10. Anolote 

Precinct 11. Pasadena 

Precinct 12. Ehren 

Precinct 13. Abbott 

Precinct 14. -Loyce 



Polk county 10 _ 



Precinct !"_ 



Precinct 2, including Port Meadetown ZI 
Fort Meade town 

Precinct 3, including Bartow town ZZZZZJ 
Bartow town 

Precinct 4" _ 

Precinct Si" Z 

Precinct 6 _ Z 

Precinct 7 

Precinct 8 10 

Precinct 9".. 



Precinct 10, including Lakeland townZ 

Lakeland town 

Precinct 11 _ Z Z 

Precinct 12 "ZZZ"Z_ "Z_ 

Precinct 13 Z"__ 

Precinct 14 "Z__"Z_'"Z_ " 

Precinct 15 "__"Z 

Precinct 16 _ _ 

Precinct 17 ZZ 

Precinct 18" ZZZ 



Putnam county . 



Precinct 1, including Crescent city 

Crescent city 

Precinct 2 "ZZZZZ 

Precinct 3-. 



Precinct 4, including Welaka'city" 

Welaka city 

Precinct 5 

Precinct 6 

Pr&.inct 7 



2,154 

71 
1,45° 
321 
293 
210 
195 
274 
375 
412 
718 
218 
418 
136 
438 
202 
852 
301 
199 
600 
366 



3,444 



1,485 
1,132 
149 
316 
391 
244 
341 
358 
160 



6,064 



311 
1,000 
509 
466 
149 
793 
688 
461 
■ 101 
477 
443 
224 
327 
198 
97 



381 
609 
261 
390 
983 
312 
775 
510 
321 
136 
262 
133 
iBo 
324 
429 
363 
308 
215 
627 
118 
269 



11,641 



352 
213 
1,68 
322 

215 

166 
227 
294 



"11,186 



« Not separately returned in 1890 

can nofb^^Sfad^e MX'r^^tl^r*''^^'"?^ '^^'^- Comparison with population for 1890 
^VzASv^ii^^u^^f^r.^ 'S changes in mfnor civil divWSns incomplete. 
11 ProPi?:„t ?! county annexed since 1890. ^ 

'= Fnctades nopfflon'^r?n°4?^T*' of precincts 1. 4, and 9 since 1890. 

separi?ely X?ned in 1890 ' ^ °* precincts 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 13, 14, 16, 17, and 22, not 

in 1890."'^'"'^'^ ^' ^' ^' ^' ^''^ ^ (population 1,729 in 1890) not separately returned 



Table 4.— POPULATION OP FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS: 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



1900 



Putnam oodnty— Continued. 



Precinct 8, including San Mateo town 

San Mateo town 

Precinct 9 

Precinct 10, including Federal Point city 

Federal Point city 

Precinct 11,' including Palatka Heights city. 
Palatka Heights cityl 

Precinct 12,^ comprising ward 1 of Palatka city 



Total for Palatka city, coextensive with precincts 12, 13, 

14. 15, 23, !24, and ^S- 

Ward I ^ 499 

Ward 2 409 

Ward 3 171 

Ward 4 198 



Ward s_ 
Ward 6., 



870 



Ward 7 873 

Precinct 1S,2 comprising ward 2 of Palatka city 

Precinct 14,2 comprising ward 3 of Palatka city 

Precinct 15,^ comprising ward 4 of Palatka city 

Precinct 16, including fiiterlaken city 

Interlaken city 

Precinct 17 

Precinct 18 

Precinct 19 

Precinct 20 

Precinct 21- 
Precinct 22 _ 



Precinct 23,^ comprising wai-d 5 of Palatka city . 
Precinct 24,2 comprising ward 6 of Palatka city _ 
Precinct 25,2 comprising ward 7 of Palatka city_ 



St. John county 



Precinct 1' 

Precinct 2» — 

Precinct 8' — 

Precinct 4. 



Precinct 5, including New Augustine city- 
New Augustine city 

Precinct 6 

Precinct 7 

Precinct 



Precinct 9, Including part of ward 1 of St. Augustine city. 

St. Augustine city (part of) 

Total for St. Augustine city ,8 in precincts 9, 13, 14, 15, 
and 16. 



Ward I - 
Ward 2 - 
Ward 3- 
Ward 4- 
Wards- 

Precinct 10 

Precinct 11 

Precinct 12-. 



955 
702 
728 
55° 
,337 



Precinct 13," comprising ward 2 of St. Augustine city 

St. Augustine city (part of) 

Precinct 14, including ward 3 and part of ward 1 of St. 
Augustine city. 

St. Augustine city (part of) 

Precinct 15,' comt)nsing ward 4 of St. Augustine city 

St. Augustine city (part of) 

Precinct 16,' compinsing ward 5 of St. Augustine city 

St. Augustine city (part of) 

Precinct 17 » 



SANTA EOSA OOUNTY- 



Precinct 1. Milton,)^ Including Milton town . 

Milton town 

Precinct 2. Wallace 

3. CoonHill 

4. Pine Level '^ 

5. Millgan Mills 

6. Red Rock 

7. Willman 



Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct - . 

Precinct 10. East Bay"-. 

Precinct 11. Mary Esther — 

Precinct 12. Cauley 

Precinct 13. Indian Springs . 
Precinct 14. Fleming - 



8. Chaifin. 

9. Holt- 



Precinct 15. Dog Wood Grove " . 
Precinct 16. Bagdad " 

Precinct 17. Robinson " . 



267 
520 
237 
172 
638 
354 
499 



409 
171 
198 
978 
147 
338 
835 
720 
503 
490 
766 
281 
870 
873 



1890 



437 



465 
188 



454 
454 
657 



164 
286 
339 
465 

1,177 

693 

269 

897 

89 

1,078 
865 

4,272 



297 
379 
11 
702 
702 
876 

8i3 

550 

550 

1,337 



10,293 



(") 



910 



(*) 



943 
501 
352 
59S 



(') 



125 
404 
309 
555 
958 
553 
305 
104 
321 



(') 



316 
220 
182 



(10) 



2,428 

I, 204 
174 
586 
483 
360 
488 
625 

1,127 
524 
482 
336 
107 
241 
239 
350 

1,381 
362 



117,961 



8,945 
1,455 
216 
381 
106 
153 
156 
561 
746 
283 
197 
238 
173 
119 
118 
459 



1 Palatka Heights city given as coextensive with precinct 11 in 1890. 

2 Precincts 23, 24, and 25 organized from parte of precmcte 12, 13, 14, and 15 

'^Tp?ecinctsl3and 14 (population 1,472 in 1890) not separately returned in 
^^'"i Precincts 16, 17, and 22 (population 1,847 in 1890) not separately returned in 
^^^°6 Includes population (4,914) of precincte 9, 13, 14, and 15, not separately 

1890. 



MINOK CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



SUMTEE COUNTY . 



Precinct 1. Sumterville 

Precinct 2. Oxford 

Precinct 3. Wildwood, including Wildwood town _ 

Wildwood town !•* 

Precinct 4. Rutland 

Precinct 5. Bay Hill 

Precinct 6. Webster 

Precinct 7. Center Hill 

Precinct 8. Bushnell 

Precinct 9. Massacre 

Precinct 10. Pembertou 



SUWANEE COUNTY . 



Precinct 1. Live Oak, including Live Oak town _ 

Live Oak town 

Precinct 2. Unionis 

Precinct 3. Clay land's 

Precinct 4. Luraville 

Precinct 5. Branford'^ 

Precinct 6. Leona^o 

Precinct 7. Padlock 20 

Precinct 8. Houston 

Precinct 9. Wellborn 

Precinct 10. Middleton 20 

Precinct 11. Suwanee 

Precinct 12. Hickory Sink 

Precinct 13. Pine Grove 

Precinct 14. O'Brien™ 

Precinct 15. Burlington la 

Precinct 16. Pine Mount^o 

Precinct 17. Rocky Sink is 



Taylor county 21 . 



Precinct 1. Perry 

Precinct 2. Spring Warrior _ 
Precinct 3. Pleasant Hill — 

Precinct 4. Salem 

Precinct 5. Mills 

Precinct 6. Lake Bird 

Precinct 7. Iddo 

Precinct 8. Oakland 



Volusia county - 



Precinct 1_. 



Precinct 2, Including Orange City town 

Orange City town 

Precinct 3, including De Land town 

De Land town _^ 

Precinct 4, including Deleon Springs town. 
Deleon Springs town 

Precinct 6^2-. 

Precinct 622_ 



Precinct 7, including Ormond village _ 
Onnond village 

Precinct 8, including Daytona town — 
Daytona town 

Precinct 92" 



Precinct 10,23 including New Smyrna town _ 

New Smyrna town 

Precinct 11 :. 

Precinct 12 



Precinct 13-. . 

Precinct 14, Including Lake Helen village - 

Lake Helen village 

Precinct 16- 
Precinct 16-. 
Precinct 17-. 



Precinct 18. Ponce Park 28- 
Precinctl9. Pierson22 



Wakulla county.. 



Precinct 1. Wakulla 

Precinct 2. Crawfordville 2* . 

Precinct 3. Sopchoppy 

Precinct 4. Smith Creek 

Precinct 5. St. Marks 

Precinct 6. Pigott24 

Precinct 7. Ivan 24 

Precinct 8. Arran24 



1900 



6,187 



1,097 
991 
244 
222 
197 
867 
440 
939 
450 



14,654 



1,314 
566 
264 
329 
263 
560 
327 
376 

10, 003 



284 

414 

365 

1,683 

1,449 

666 

183 

348 

495 

720 

595 

- 2,324 

1,690 

269 

715 

543 

207 

95 

163 

273 

203 

299 

228 

458 

48 

314 

5,149 



1890 



5,363 



16 3,414 



612 
428 
672 
126 
111 



II 10, 524 



3,413 


2,061 


1,659 


687 


947 


1,136 


920 


699 


870 


450 


620 


(17) 


533 


"i 


795 


^604 


972 


810 


877 


792 


296 


289 


631 


571 


249 


140 


739 


679 


784 


(17) 


260 




600 




1,048 





2,122 



8,467 



620 
600 



1,1211 
799/ 
889 
245 
237 
688 
870 
300 



1,397 
1,113 
607 
23s 
479 
742 
319 
239 
1,026 
771. 
366 
547 
287 
185 
227 
104 
352 



318 
312 
377 



3,117 



i'2,163 

536 
150 
268 







11 Includes population (HI) of former precinct 16, annexed to precinct 1 
since 1890. 

12 Precinct 16 organized from part of precinct 1 since 1890. 

15 Precinct 17 organized from parte 01 precincte 4 and 15 since 1890. 
14 Former precinct 16 annexed since 1890. 

16 Not separately returned In 1890. 
' 16 Population 419 in 1890. 

1' Precincts 6, 6, and 14 (population 2,403 in 1890) not separately returned in 
1890. 

18 Precinct 17 organized from parts of precincts 2 and 3 since 1890. 

19 Precinct 15 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890. 

20 Precinct 16 organized from parts of precincts 6, 7, 10, and 14 since 1890. 

21 Not returned by precincte in 1890. 

22 Precinct 19 organized from parte of precincts 5 and 6 since 1890. 
28 Precinct 18 organized from parte of precincte 9 and 10 since 1890. 
24 Precincts 6, 7, and 8 organized from parte of precinct 2 since 1890. 



Table 4.— POPULATION OP FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS : 1890 AND 1900— Continued. 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Walton county 

Precinct 1. Knox Hill : 

Precinct 2. Euchee Anna 

Precinct 3. Sandy Creek i 

Precinct 4. Limestone 

Precinct 5. McDades Pond 

Preoinot 6. Yellow River 2 

Precinct 7. Shoal River 

Precinct 8. Alequa 

Precinct 9. Boggy Bayou 

Precinct 10. Portland 

Precinct 11. Freeport 

Precinct 12. Mossy Bend 

Precinct 13. Argyle 

Precinct 14. De Puniak Springs 

Precinct 15. Crestvlew 

Precinct 16. Mossy Head 

Precinct 17. Ealum 1 

Precinct 18. Laurel Hill ^ 



1900 



9,346 



707 


616 


610 


293 


500 


321 


646 


427 


541 


214 


274 


133 


289 


316 


304 


192 


189 


130 


372 


295 


1,137 


417 


327 


279 


149 


237 


1,661 


672 


642 


220 


98 


54 


298 




602 





1890 



4,816 



MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS. 



Washington oounty-. 



Precinct 1. Vernon, s including Vernon town _ 

Vernon town 

Precinct 2. Davis Mills* 

Precinct 3. Caryville' 

Precinct 4. Econfina'.. 



Precinct 5. St. Andrews ' 

Precinct 6. Point Washington « 

Precinct 7. Chipley, including Chipley town_ 

Chipley town 

Precinct 8. Millers Ferry 

Precinct 9. Nixon 

Precinct 10. Parker 

Precinct 11. Poplarhead' 

Precinct 12. Greenhead » 

Precinct 13. West Bay « 

Precinct 14. Grassy Point' 

Precinct 15. Wausaui" 



1900 



10,154 



1,143 


1,194 






609 


612 


1,000 


871 


243 


421 


S83 


399 


527 


384 


2,063 


1,296 


652 


M 


889 


208 


233 


777 


264 


460 




289 




183 




639 




741 





1890 



6,426 



1 Precinct 17 organized from part of precinct 3 since 1890. 

2 Precinct 18 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890. 

' Parts taken to form parts of precincts 12 and 15 since 1890. 

* Part taken to form part of precinct 15 since 1890. 

' Precinct 11 organized from part of precinct 3 since 1890. 



« Part taken to form part of precinct 12 since 1890. 
' Precinct 14 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890. 
' Precinct 13 organized from part of precinct 6 since 1890. 
» Organized from parts of precincts 1 and 4 since 1890. 
10 Organized from parts of precincts 1 and 2 since 1890. 



There are 92 incorporated cities, towns, and villages in Florida, for which the population in 1900 is separately- 
returned, and these incorporated places are presented in table 5 in alphabetical order, being abstracted from table 4, in 
which they are presented in detail under the counties in which they are severally situated. 

Table 5.— POPULATION OF THE INCORPORATED CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES OF FLORIDA : 1890 AND 1900. 



cities, towns, and villages. 



Anthonjf town 

Apalachicola city_ 

Apopka town 

Arcadia town 

Aucilla village 

Bartow town 

Bellair town 

Belleview town 

Brooksville town__ 
Carrabelle town- 



Cedar Keys town 

Chipley town 

Citra town 

Clear Water Harbor town . 

Cocoa town 

Crescent City 

Dade City 

Daytona town 



De Land tow-n 

Deleon Springs to^vn _ 

Dunedin town 

Dunnellon town 

Eatonville town 

Eau Gallic town 

Eustis town 

Federal Point city 

Femandina city 

Fort Brook town 

Fort Meade town 

Fort White town 

Qflinesville city 



population. 



1900 



198 

3,077 

218 

799 

173 

1,983 

113 

137 

641 

923 

739 

652 

322 

343 

382 

352 

509 

1,690 

1,449 

183 

113 

700 

125 

172 

411 

172 

3, 245 

1,135 

261 

600 

3,633 



1890 



231 

2,727 

490 



216 



130 
512 

482 



354 
387 



312 
554 
321 
771 
1,113 
235 



532 



2,803 
448 
267 
376 

2,790 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



Goldsboro town 

Green Cove Springs town _ 
Hampton town 

Hawthorn town 

High Springs town 

Interlaken city 

Jacksonville city 

Jasper town 

Key West city _ 



Kissimmee city 

Lake Butler town 

Lake City town 

Lake Helen village 

Lakeland town 

Lake Maitland town , 

Leeshurg town 

Live Oak town 

Maclenny town 

Madison town 

Manatee town 

Marianna town- 



Melbourne town 

Miami city 

Micanopy town 

Milton town 

Monticello town 

Myers town 

New Augustine city. 
New Smyrna town __, 

Ocala city 

Orange City town __. 



POPULATION. 



1900 



71 
929 
198 
296 

1,662 

147 

28,429 

993 

17,114 

1,132 
431 

4,013 
203 

1,180 
136 
765 

1,659 
350 
849 
254 
900 
131 

1,681 
646 

1,204 

1,076 
943 
693 
543 

3,380 
365 



1890 



207 
17, 201 



18, 080 
1,086 



2,020 
552' 



722 
687 
334 
781 
289 
926 



494 

1,465 

1,218 

575 

553 

287 

2,904 



CITIES, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 



Orange Park town __. 

Orlando city 

Ormond village 

Palatka city 

Palatka Heights city _ 

Palmetto town 

Peusacola city- 



Plant City town 

Port Tampa City town . 

Punta Gorda town 

Quincy town 

St. Augustine city 

St. Petersburg town 

Sanford city 

San Mateo town 

Sneads town 

Starke town 

Tallahassee city 

Tampa city. 



Tarpon Springs town. 

Tavares town 

Titusville town 

Vernon town 

Welaka city 



West Palm Beach city_ 

West Tampa city 

White Springs town 

Wildwood town 

Williston town 

Winter Park town 



POPULATION. 



1900 



245 

2,481 

595 

3,301 

354 

669 

17,747 

720 

1,367 

860 

847 

4,272 

1,575 

1,450 

267 

368 

972 

2,981 

15,839 

541 

113 

756 

141 

215 

564 

2,355 

690 

244 

184 

366 



1890 



228 
2,856 

239 
3,039 

454 

224 
11,750 

349 

262 
681 

4,742 
273 

2,016 



669 
2,934 
5,532 

327 



746 



643 
419 



270 



Of the above named 92 incorporated places there are only 14 that have a population in 1900 of more than 2 000 
and of these only 4 have a population in excess of 5,000, namely, Jacksonville, with 28,429 ; Pensacola with ll'lil'- 
Key West, with 17,114 ; and Tampa, with 15,839 inhabitants. ' ' ' 



9 



Jacksonville Ib the only city in Florida that has a population in 1900 of more than 25,000, and for this city a 
summary is presented in table 6, showing its population from 1850, the first year in which it is separately stated in the 
census report, to 1900, inclusive, together with the increase by number and per cent during each of the ten-year 
periods. 

Table 6.— POPULATION OF JACKSONVILLE : 1850 TO 1900. 



CENSUS YEAKB. 


Population. 


INOBEASE. 


Number. 


Per cent. 


1900 


28,429 
17,201 
7,650 
6,912 
2,118 
1,045 


11,228 

9,551 

738 

4,794 

1,073 


65.2 
124.8 

10.6 
226.3 
102.6 


1890 


1880- 


1870 


1860 -_ 


1850 









This summary shows that the population of Jacksonville, starting with 1,045 in 1850, increased to 6,912 in 1870, 
to 17,201 in 1890, and to 28,429 in 1900. There has been an increase since 1890 of 11,228, or 65.2 per cent, as 
compared with an increase from 1880 to 1890 of 9,551, or 124.8 per cent. 




Director of the Census. 







Twelfth Census of the United States 



BULLETIN No. 17 



DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND 
INCLOSURES, NOT ON FARMS 







^Q>'»;.ffi ■ffi'WM' 



OR RANGES 



■ :■ - "' ''I' :'■ •' .J' ( / ' ■ - ''Y { 



Statistics of Agriculture 




WASHINGTON 
CENSUS OFFICE 

1900 



Twelfth Census of the United States 



BULLETIN No. 17 



DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND 
INCLOSURES, NOT ON FARMS 

OR RANGES 



Statistics of Agriculture 




WASHINGTON 

CENSUS OFFICE 

1900 



EXPLANATORY NOTE. 



The geographical groups of states used in the following bulletin are those established by the Eleventh Census. The divisions of 
the United States included in each group are as follows : 

North Atlantic division ; Connecticut,- Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode 
Island, Vermont. 

South Atlantic division ; Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, 
West Virginia. 

North Central division ; Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South 
Dakota, Wisconsin. 

South Central division ; Alabama, Arkansas, Indian Territory, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas. 

Western division ; Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming. 



Twelfth Census of the United States. 



Census Bulletin. 



No. 17. V/ASHINGTON, D. C. November 23, 1900. 



DOMESTIC ANIMALS NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES. 



This bulletin has been prepared under the direction of Mr. Le Geand Powers, chief statistician for agriculture. 
It presents the results of one part of the special inquiries relating to live stock, authorized by Congress, in an Act, 
amendatory to the law relating to the Twelfth Census, approved February 1, 1900. 

By that amendment the census authorities were directed to collect statistics, not authorized by the original Act, 
relating to two classes of domestic animals. The first class consists of live stock upon the unfenced public domain or 
ranges, of the West and South; the second, of domestic animals not located on what are popularly known as farms or 
ranges. In the second class are included all domestic animals in cities, towns, and villages; in stock yards; all 
employed in manufacturing, lumbering and mining industries, and kindred enterprises; and all used for pleasure or 
profit by individuals other than farm proprietors. 

In this bulletin are presented statistics of the animals in the second class. Similar statistics have never before 
been collected in the United States. In the census of 1860, the assistant marshals who collected the census data were 
requested, each in his own subdivision, to prepare, in the course of the enumeration, estimates of the number of animals 
of each recognized class not found upon farms. The request, it appears, was quite generally complied with. The 
results will be found upon page 192 of the agricultural volume for that census. In 1870, the Superintendent of the 
Census, as he states in his report, sought to place himself in possession of all statistical data of a positive character 
obtainable upon the subject, and upon the basis of such data made estimates of the number of horses and neat cattle 
not on farms. The results are given on page 75 of the agricultural volume for that census. 

In table 5 of the present bulletin is found a summary, by states and territories, of horses and neat cattle reported 
by the enumerators in 1900, and also of the corresponding estimates made in 1860 and 1870. A careful study of the 
table will demonstrate the fact that the estimates of 1860 and 1870 were far from accurate. The estimates for horses 
were, however, more nearly correct than those for neat cattle. 

The enumerators generally reported animals on farms on the regular farm schedule, and other live stock on a 
specially prepared schedule, although in a few instances some animals were reported on one schedule that should 
properly have been on the other. These errors, however, are purely formal, and are generally easily detected. Most 
of the reports of animals, which were improperly made on the schedule for live stock not on farms or ranges, have been 
transferred to their proper places. The reports improperly made on the regular farm schedules cannot, however, be 
corrected until all those schedules have been prepared for tabulation. It was deemed unwise to delay, for several 
months, the publication of these tables in order to include the further statistics to which reference has just been made. 

The aggregate number of barns or inclosures reporting domestic animals not on farms or ranges, June 1, 1900, was 
1 878 207. This was substantially one-third of the total number of farms at the same time in the United States. Of 
these barns and inclosures, 784,560 contained neat cattle; 1,355,636, horses; 51,808, mules ; 6,522, asses and burros ; 
7 564 sheep; 452,928, swine; and 21,527, goats. The number of various kinds of domestic animals in these barns 
and inclosures was reported as follows : Neat cattle, 1,466,970; horses, 2,833,877; mules, 162,115; asses and burros, 
12,870; sheep, 156,470; swine, 1,592,861; and goats, 47,652. 

(C P 16 M) 



2 STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 

Detailed reports are made of all these animals under the classification adopted for the Twelfth Census. The 
results are given in table 1, for the states and territories; in table 2, for the various cities and groups of cities 
containing over 25,000 inhabitants ; and in table 3 for the counties. Table 4 presents for the states and territories the 
average number of animals in an inclosure; table 6 gives the number of the various animals for each 100,000 
inhabitants in the cities for which statistics are printed in table 2 ; and table 7 is an exhibit of the percentages of 
inclosures with the various kinds of animals. 

As can be seen by a glance at table 4, the average number of neat cattle to an inclosure is smallest in the North 
Atlantic states and largest in the South Central. In the former it is 1.6 and in the latter 2.5. In the North Atlantic 
and North Central states there is very little variation in the average number of animals to a barn or inclosure. That 
average varies from 1.5 to 1.8, with the single exception of Illinois, in which the average is 2.3. The higher average 
of Illinois is due to the presence in Chicago of stock yards, and in Peoria of extensive feed yards. Of the individual 
' states, Florida reports the largest number of neat cattle to an inclosure. This is 3.6. Louisiana comes next with 3.5; 
Mississippi and Indian Territory follow with 3.2 ; Arkansas, 2.9 ; New Mexico and Colorado, 2.8 ; Alabama, a.'?; and 
^ Texas, 2.5. In the states and territories just mentioned, and to a certain extent in all of the South Atlantic, South 
Central, and Western states, many animals graze at large upon unfenced land, which is usually spoken of in the "West 
as a "range." All the larger herds and flocks of this kind were reported either on the regular farm schedules or on the 
special schedule for live stock on ranges, or have been transferred thereto in the tabulation of the data printed in this 
bulletin. Many smaller herds and flocks of this description reported by the enumerators on the schedule for live stock 
not on farms or ranges, have not been transferred. When the probable income derived from the animals thus kept was 
insignificant, they were allowed to remain on the schedules as reported. The existence of these small flocks and herds, 
most of the time running at large, is a cause of the high average number of neat cattle to an inclosure shown by the 
accompanying table, in the states and groups of states mentioned. Excluding them, the relative number of neat cattle 
kept in barns or fenced inclosures is doubtless about the same in the Southern and Western states as in the other great 
divisions. The average number of neat cattle to an inclosure is smaller in group C, cities of 25,000 to 50,000 
inhabitants, than in either of the other groups of cities, or in the United States as a whole. In the smaller cities it 
approximates 1.7 ; in the country it is 1.9. For the group of cities containing 50,000 to 100,000 inhabitants each, the 
average is 2.7, while for the largest cities it is 3.0. 

The average number of horses to a barn or inclosure, is lowest in the South Central and highest in the North 
Atlantic states. In the former it is 1.8, and in the latter 2.4. This is the reverse of the relative figures for neat 
cattle. This variation is doubtless due to the greater value of land in the larger cities and to the urban sanitary 
regulations adopted with reference to the keeping of live stock. Both of these factors tend to concentrate the keeping 
of animals in cities in fewer inclosures as the cities increase in size. This is seen by noting the averages for inclosures 
containing horses in Manhattan borough and the large cities. For Manhattan borough the average is 19.9 ; Brooklyn, 
4.8 ; Boston, 7.7; and Philadelphia, 4.7 ; while that for the country is only 2.1. 

The average number of mules to an inclosure is smallest in the North Central and South Central states, in both of 
which it is 2.7. It is largest in the North Atlantic division, where it is 7. This high average in the last mentioned 
division is caused by the large number of mules kept in connection with the mines of Pennsylvania. 

The sheep tabulated in this bulletin are largely those reported in connection with stock or feed yards in the various 
parts of the country. They also include a few of those kept on June 1 by individuals who own farms, and at certain 
seasons of the year have the animals running at large on unfenced land. The grazing of small flocks on unfenced land 
is quite common in some of the Gulf states of the South. The location of the animals reported accounts for the large 
average number of sheep to an inclosure. It ranges from 13.2 in the Western states to 31.9 in the North Central. 
The high averages for Alabama, 42.0 ; Florida, 40.7; and Georgia, 59.2, represent the average size of the flocks running 
at large in those states; those for Illinois, New York, Ohio, and Indiana, and for cities containing over 100,000 
inhabitants represent sheep kept in feed yards, or in stock yards for slaughter. 

Florida reports the largest average number of swine to an inclosure, which is 8.3. That state has many swine 
running at large. The existence of similar herds in some other states of the South accounts for the other. high state 
averages in that section, and also that of the South Central division as a whole. Stock yard interests give a 
corresponding average to Illinois and the North Central states. 

Goats are more numerous actually and relatively in the South Central division than in the other portions of the 
United States. In that division the average number reported to an inclosure is 3.9, while in the North Atlantic it is 
only 1.6, and for the nation 2.2. 

The number of different kinds of animals to an inclosure presents but little variation in the several divisions of the 
country. It is sma lest m the North Atlantic states, where it is 1.3, and largest in the South Central, where it is 1.7. 
In general it is smallest in states in which there is large urban population, and largest in states or territories in which 
there are no great cities. It is only 1.1 m the cities containing over 50,000 inhabitants; 1.2 in cities containing 
between 25,000 and 50,000 inhabitants; and 1.5 for the remainder of the United States conxaining 



DOMESTIC ANIMALS NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES. 3 

The number of all kinds of domestic animals proportioned to population exhibits in the different states and cities 
a great variation, as can be seen by a glance at table 6. Most of those variations are due to local causes and conditions. 
There are, however, certain general causes, among which the most important is the size of cities. Horses, mules, and 
neat cattle, including dairy cows, are least numerous in the larger cities and most numerous in the smaller ones. Sheep 
and swine are, however, relatively more numerous in the larger cities than in the smaller. Their greater number is 
due to the location, in cities like Chicago, of large stock yards and packing houses. 

In this connection attention is called to the fact that the most important variation in the work of the local 
enumerators is found in their reports of dairy cows. Some enumerators quite generally reported them upon the 
regular farm schedule, and others upon the specially prepared schedule for live stock not on farms. This variation in 
the methods of work followed by the various enumerators is not of a character to lessen the reliability of the totals 
reported upon the two schedules. It does modify that obtained by tabulating the data secured on either one of the two 
schedules. Thus the large relative number of dairy cows given in table 6 for some cities is, doubtless, in part caused 
by the fact that the enumerators for those cities reported many cows upon the schedules for live stock not on farms 
which should have been given upon the regular farm schedules. The small relative number of cows in some other 
cities is also doubtless due to the reverse error. These variations caused by different methods of reporting will all 
disappear when the results obtained by tabulating the data of the two schedules are combined in the final report of the 
census. When that is done there will remain only the variations first mentioned — those caused by the size of cities 
and by the amount of suburban territory within their corporate limits. The above remark with reference to dairy 
cows will apply, though with less force, to all the other domestic animals reported in these tables. 

Attention has been called to the fact that the various enumerators differed in their judgment as to what animals 
should be reported upon the regular farm schedules and what upon the other schedules. The census of 1900 differs 
in this respect from those of preceding decades in one particular only. In other decades when an enumerator decided 
that a given place was not a farm, he made no report of its animals, the land upon which they were kept or the crops 
raised upon that land. As a result, there were omissions and improper reports upon the regular farm schedules, as in 
the Twelfth Census. Of the animals improperly omitted from the farm schedule, there was in preceding decades no 
report of any kind. In the census of 1900 it is otherwise. The animals not reported upon one schedule as the result 
of an error of judgment on the part of the enumerator, are generally included upon the other. The only omissions 
found in the combined work are those which are the result of the positive carelessness or neglect of the men or women 
appointed to gather the necessary data. 

For cities with over 100,000 inhabitants, as can be seen by table 6, Kansas City and Memphis report the largest 
relative number of horses and mules, respectively; Chicago, the largest relative number of sheep; Indianapolis, of swine; 
and New Orleans and Milwaukee, of goats. 

Table 7 presents for certain cities, groups of cities, and the larger divisions of the country, an exhibit of the 
relative number of barns and inclosures in which the various domestic animals are kept. Those percentages show how 
a densely populated city has relatively very few of these barns containing domestic animals other than horses. In 
cities with large suburban areas within their corporate limits, the relative number of inclosures with horses is much less, 
and that of inclosures with neat cattle is greater. Thus the percentage for inclosures with horses in Manhattan is 97.9, 
while in Bi-ooklyn it is 96.4; in Greater New York it is 93.3; Cincinnati, 88.0; and in Richmond borough of New York, 
it is only 84.8. The corresponding percentage for inclosures with neat cattle is for Manhattan, 1.9; Brooklyn, 4.2; 
Greater New York, 8.4; Cincinnati, 14.1; and for Richmond borough, 23.9. 

For cities containing over 100,000 inhabitants, the percentage for horses is 90.1, and for neat cattle, 12.5. In 
cities with over 50,000 and under 100,000 the percentage for horses was 84.7, and for neat cattle 22.6. In those 
with over 25,000 and under 50,000 it was, for horses 84.4, and for neat cattle 25.4. In the territory outside of 
cities with over 25,000 the percentage for horses was 69.0 and for cattle 46.6. 

In cities with over 100,000 inhabitants, the relative number of barns or inclosures in which swine are kept is 
expressed by the percentage 1.0, while in the territory outside of the cities of over 25,000 inhabitants, that percentage 
is 28.5. The relative numbers for goats are the reverse of those for swine. The percentage of inclosures with goats 
for the largest cities is 3.2, while in the territory outside of cities it is only .8. In a few cities the relative number 
of inclosures with goats is quite large. Such is the case with Queens borough of Greater New York, in which it is 

10.7. 

Subdivisions B and C of table 7 illustrate quite forcibly some of the factors which determine the i-elative number 
of inclosures containing various kinds of animals. Subdivision B presents by geographical divisions the percentages 
for the inclosures with various kinds of animals in the cities with over 25,000 inhabitants. Subdivision C gives in 
like manner the percentages for the territory exclusive of those cities. The percentages of inclosures with horses 
are large in the cities, and smaller in the town and country districts. The percentages of neat cattle and swine vary in 
the opposite manner. 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 

Table 1.— DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, NOT ON FARMS 



9 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 

n 

IS 
19 
20 
21 

22 
23 
2-1 
25 
20 

27 
28 
29 



32 
33 
34 
35 
3G 

37 
83 
39 
40 
41 

42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 
48 
49 
60 
51 

52 
53 
54 
55 
56 



STATES iND TERRITOHIES. 



The United States- 



North Atlantic division... 

South Atlantic division 

North Central division.... 

South Central division 

Western division 



Alahama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California.. 
Colorado 



Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia.. 

Florida 

Georgia 



Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana... 



Indian Territory. 
Iowa 



Kansas.. 



Kentucky. 
Louisiana. 

Maine 

Maryland.. 



Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 



Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire . 
New Jersey 



New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina . 

North Dakota 

Ohio 



Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina.. 



South Dakota. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vertnont 



Virginia . 



Washington 

West Virginia.. 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Number of 
inclosiires 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



1,878,207 



474, 940 
165,742 
850,734 
271, 813 
114, 978 



27,512 
1,943 
23,605 
43, 107 
17,931 

20,378 
4,512 
3,868 
7,367 

29, 713 

3,856 
142, 889 
91,098 

9,391 
96,225 

00,297 
38,523 
22,232 
24,939 
29,319 

51,851 
76,123 
52, 073 
17, 147 
84,847 

5,536 
39, 036 

1,064 
13,816 
41,438 

3,462 
129,048 
20, 012 

6,641 
129,389 

6,732 

12, 012 

108, 495 

7,397 
13,488 

11,056 
42,701 
83,937 
9,4;}4 
14,575 

33, 210 
13, 890 
17,023 
60, 400 
2,737 



NEAT CATTLE. 



In closures 

reporting 

cattle. 



784,560 



140, 254 
77, 735 
361,920 
152, 685 
51,966 



18,176 
440 
15,304 
15,170 
6,491 

■4,825 
819 
352 

3,617 
17,355 

1,802 
47,915 
32,153 

4,877 
46, 399 

30, 862 
19,802 

8,173 
10,092 

8, 446 

11,251 
31,419 
29, 007 
11,619 
40, 953 

2,318 

20, 635 

378 

3,196 

8,103 

883 

30, 70-1 

12,415 

4,2RI 

42,039 

2, 005 
7,973 
05, Tn 
1,011 
8,203 

7,075 
25, 964 
45, R65 
6, 221 
6, 600 

16, 572 
9,097 
9, 931 

28,354 
1,193 



All neat 
cattle. 



1,466,970 



217, 983 
144, 077 
016, 518 
382,659 
105, 733 



49,187 
1,023 
45,062 
26, 969 
18,339 

7,842 

1,238 

631 

12, 989 

37,620 

4,125 
110,640 
51,874 
15, 738 
76, 327 

51,981 
35,40-t 
28,867 
15, 596 
12, 950 

18,378 
48,7.57 
40, 554 
37,651 
71,865 

4,981 

31,425 

781 

5,071 
12,416 

2,487 

50,218 

20, 500 

7,040 

.03,420 

4,853 
14,397 
98, 515 

1 , 035 
14,827 

12, 338 
49, 790 
116,107 
12,4S1 
8,313 

27,979 
17,907 
13, 443 
43, 099 
2,210 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



242,406 



20, 198 
25,021 
73, 971 
104,668 
18,548 



12,304 
205 

12,706 
3,599 
2,159 

603 

64 

16 

2,909 

8,393 

997 
9,751 
5,081 
5,535 
8,020 

6,855 
6,240 
7,257 
1,517 
1,073 

1,405 
6,351 
5,795 
9,833 
12,302 

982 
4,060 
133 
327 
833 

526 
5, 402 
3,241 
1, 345 
5,977 

812 
2,974 
9,181 

105 
2,515 



12, 100 

87,881 

2, .500 

825 

4,481 
4,027 
2,329 
5,152 
447 



Steers 1 and 

under 2 

years. 



43,559 



3,317 

4,906 

15, 356 

17,000 

2,980 



2,657 
28 

2,883 
491 
564 

107 
10 



Steers 2 and 
under 3 
years. 



691 
1,614 

166 

2,206 

948 

551 

2,467 

1,447 
900 

1,509 
396 
212 

130 
1,377 
1,415 
2,173 
2,001 

157 
669 
25 
91 
76 

136 
615 
782 
247 
1,216 

150 

442 

1,753 

5 

402 

407 

2,100 

3, 9.57 

834 

138 

798 

690 

337 

1,053 

47 



41,041 



4,625 

2,665 

20,809 

10,783 

2,159 



Steers3 

years and 

over. 



68,231 



3,120 

5,571 

38,511 

15, 961 

6,068 



2,232 


4,382 


16 


49 


1,671 


1,901 


446 


1,866 


1,063 


2,562 


136 


188 


11 


40 


1 


2 


438 


1,207 


773 


1,624 


68 


27 


5,674 


29,513 


4,616 


609 


182 


119 


2, .535 


1,061 


1,495 


2,609 


2,588 


1,376 


860 


3,100 


172 


168 


132 


339 


50 


116 


304 


102 


079 


294 


1,237 


3,351 


2,940 


1,633 


120 


50 


179 


64S 


13 


7 


50 


63 


33 


84 


02 


103 


2,729 


1,0.57 


414 


0-15 


142 


80 


1,255 


803 


42 


18 


56 


152 


1,358 


700 


5 


13 


28-1 


000 


140 


100 


1,139 


1,009 


832 


675 


99 


64 


92 


120 


442 


887 


193 


127 


170 


227 


790 


328 


23 


11 



GENERAL TABLES. 

OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY STATES AND TERRITORIES. 







NEAT CATTLE 


—continued. 




HORSES. 








Bulls 1 year 
and over. 


Heilers 1 and 

under 2 

years. 


Dairy cows 2 
years and over. 


Other cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Inclosures 
reporting horses. 


All horses. 


Colts under 
1 year. 


Colts 1 and 
under 2 years. 


2 years and over. 






9,934 


70,268 


959,570 


31,971 


1,866,636 


2,833,877 


29,919 


26,461 


2,777,497 


1 




1,337 


13,029 


168,389 


3,968 


3M,458 


873,008 


2,364 


3,321 


867,323 


2 




1,203 


6,981 


92,112 


6,618 


79,868 


156,486 


1,278 


1,451 


163,756 


3 




8,781 


23,840 


430,999 


9,261 


053,490 


1,287,263 


17,583 


14,479 


1,255,201 


4 




3,000 


20,691 


201,182 


9,374 


168,814 


308,847 


5,793 


4,878 


2E8,176 


5 




613 


5,717 


66,888 


3,760 


89,016 


208,274 


2,901 


2,332 


203,041 


6 




560 


2,887 


22,619 


1,646 


10,714 


18,568 


270 


286 


18,002 


7 




1 


60 


631 


33 


1,671 


4,791 


109 


76 


4,606 


8 




B07 


3,191 


21,853 


850 


13,348 


25,223 


528 


605 


24,090 


9 




122 


1,100 


19,036 


313 


36,082 


83,834 


695 


475 


82,764 


10 




143 


1,321 


8,409 


2,118 


14,818 


82,949 


415 


352 


32,182 


11 




18 


464 


6,044 


282 


17,881 


40,688 


45 


104 


40,439 


12 




2 


51 


1,053 


7 


3,484 


6,689 


28 


30 


6,631 


13 




1 


27 


476 


8 


3,697 


11,578 


10 


48 


11,520 


14 




148 


787 


6,143 


1,666 


4,341 


7,531 


84 


53 


7,394 


15 




465 


2,052 


20,806 


1,893 


12,052 


21,016 


117 


222 


20,677 


16 




22 


256 


2,429 


160 


3,144 


9,232 


203 


163 


8,866 


17 




1,868 


3,320 


66,439 


1,869 


114,880 


238,650 


2,606 


2,237 


233,807 


18 




103 


1,902 


37,218 


797 


73,497 


127,267 


1,737 


1,448 


124,072 


19 




82 


984 


8,067 


218 


7,233 


16,668 


552 


406 


15,710 


20 




283 


3,U9 


56,645 


1,997 


74,580 


163,304 


3,362 


2,667 


147,275 


21 




204 


2,226 


36,496 


649 


45,722 


84,647 


1,778 


1,182 


81,687 


22 




125 


982 


22,925 


268 


23,881 


44,892 


660 


585 


43,767 


23 




374 


1,939 


12,301 


1,407 


15, 316 


26,082 


541 


619 


25,022 


24 




82 


1,177 


11,940 


143 


19,666 


83,745 


156 


165 


33,424 


25 




61 


731 


10,129 


273 


18,817 


38,525 


291 


267 


37,967 


26 




57 


1,279 


14,820 


515 


49,721 


132,359 


135 


208 


132,016 


27 




164 


2,288 


37,704 


347 


56,842 


102,105 


872 


823 


100,410 


28 




198 


2,075 


35,696 


502 


37,577 


86,063 


1,093 


976 


82, 994 


29 




482 


2,486 


16,749 


1,310 


9,086 


15,652 


386 


360 


14,807 


30 




300 


2,605 


48,773 


1,308 


60,339 


127,290 


1,274 


1,064 


124,952 


31 




22 


266 


3,082 


302 


4,550 


12,323 


288 


246 


■11,789 


32 




64 


1,070 


24,498 


337 


29,507 


60,201 


1,256 


948 


57,998 


33 




5 


31 


528 


42 


907 


2,582 


36 


34 


2,612 


34 




14 


404 


3,708 


409 


12,188 


22,323 


71 


63 


22,189 


36 




45 


630 


10,340 


375 


35,472 


81,790 


101 


135 


81,654 


36 




32 


150 


1,176 


243 


2,822 


7,216 


309 


255 


6,652 


37 




232 


2,964 


35,894 


725 


110,275 


804,264 


846 


1,147 


802,271 


38 




233 


943 


13,399 


843 


8,668 


15,690 


125 


198 


15,367 


39 




30 


285 


5,364 


147 


6,020 


12,946 


336 


254 


12,366 


40 




839 


2,565 


50,153 


1,107 


104,464 


188,996 


1,811 


1,502 


185,683 


41 




32 


169 


3,562 


68 


6,527 


12,909 


301 


174 


12,434 


42 




87 


613 


10,030 


43 


7,799 


17,348 


236 


119 


16,963 


43 




855 


6,342 


77,954 


1,366 


100,276 


218,194 


869 


1,328 


215,997 


44 




3 


124 


1,363 


17 


7,056 


19,401 


18 


38 


19,345 


45 




150 


881 


9,591 


344 


6,663 


9,798 


80 


96 


9,622 


46 




38 


451 


8,979 


73 


9,494 


21,605 


585 


499 


20,621 


47 




219 


2,064 


30,006 


1,093 


21,302 


38,939 


788 


616 


37,535 


48 




619 


6,989 


63,600 


2,554 


62,407 


110,024 


1,878 


1,327 


106,819 


49 




66 


676 


8,312 


430 


6,374 


12,146 


257 


250 


11,639 


60 




31 


645 


6,326 


136 


11,933 


20,344 


123 


133 


20,088 


51 




134 


948 


19,762 


557 


14,985 


27,741 


398 


378 


26,965 


52 




109 


1,172 


11,623 


66 


8,167 


19,371 


303 


227 


18,841 


63 




29 


561 


11,763 


27 


8,251 


17,917 


145 


159 


17,613 


64 




190 


1,934 


»1,134 


118 


41,668 


86,199 


874 


879 


83,446 


55 




1 4 


66 


1,632 


10 


2,082 


6,482 


150 


105 


6,227 


56 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 

Table 1.— DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, NOT ON FARMS 



9 
10 
11 

12 
IS 
14 
15 
16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

32 
33 
84 
35 
36 



40 
41 

42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 
48 
49 
50 
51 

52 
53 
64 
55 
56 



STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



The United States.. 



North Atlantic division.. 
South Atlantic division.. 
North Central division.. 
South Central division _. 
Western division 



Alabama.. 

Arizona 

Arkansas .. 
California . 
Colorado... 



Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 



Inclosures 

reporting 

mules. 



Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Territory.. 
Iowa 



Kansa,s 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 



Massachusetts . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 



Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire . 
New Jersey 



New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina . 

North Dakota 

Ohio 



Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania... 
Rhode Island... 
South Carolina . 



South Dakota.. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 



Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia.. 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



51,808 



3,692 

8,107 

14, 973 

22,937 

2,099 



2,105 
122 

2,803 
741 
437 

29 
81 

68 

683 

2,395 

83 
2,491 
1,869 
1,096 
1,910 

1,597 

2,742 

2,003 

20 

695 

149 

185 

312 

1,353 

3,730 

61 

917 

52 

18 

391 

207 
414 

1,433 
71 

1,512 

563 
140 

2,653 
5 

1,085 

158 

3,850 

6,422 

66 

13 

1,024 
117 
613 
221 
83 



All mules. 



162, 115 



26,797 
26,054 
40,504 
62,732 
7,028 



Colts under 
1 year. 



7,301 
378 
7,160 
2,282 
1,773 

47 

297 

276 

3,254 

7,640 

373 

6,271 
4,359 
2,475 
5,203 

3,197 
7,287 
6,802 
.50 
2,216 



780 
4,299 
12, 560 

235 
1,987 

283 

30 

1,136 

496 
1,859 
3,110 

191 
4,732 

1,314 

300 

22,167 

9 

2,801 

394 
10,504 
15,590 

122 
31 

3,072 

. 376 

' 8,488 

452 

460 



2,410 



70 

174 

908 

1,159 

99 



56 

6 

128 

23 

19 



Colts 1 

and under 

2 years. 



3,773 



210 

419 

1,354 

1,655 

135 



4 
30 

2 

111 
85 
72 

101 

222 
182 
75 



4 

1 

16 

76 

262 

24 

77 



40 

5 

20 



50 



32 

10 
255 
277 



58 
2 
6 



155 
7 

209 
54 
16 



2 years and 
over. 



155,932 



25,517 
25,461 
38,242 
59,918 
6,794 



14 
106 

5 

137 
91 
80 

271 

167 
199 

89 
1 

68 

2 

4 

61 

149 



6 

97 



11 

9 
14 
72 

4 
101 



175 



41 

14 

307 

S91 

9 

6 

69 
10 
59 
11 
12 



7,090 
365 
6,823 
2,155 
1,738 

46 

297 

276 

3,236 

7,404 ' 

366 
6,023 
4,183 
2,323 
4,831 

2,808 
6,906 
6,638 
41 
2,144 

482 

373 

703 

4,074 

11,912 

205 
1,813 

2S3 

30 

1,104 

478 
1,838 
2,998 

182 
4,611 

1,200 

289 

21,942 

9 

2,728 

370 

9,942 

14,922 

104 

25 

2,965 

364 
3,423 

433 

447 



Inclosures 
reporting 



6,522 



478 

314 

1,870 

2,151 

1,709 



112 
215 
li!4 
266 
623 

17 

4 

1 

20 

68 

25 
2V9 
147 

72 
230 



228 
70 
10 
43 

48 

32 

14 

106 

385 

6 

152 

4 

11 

56 

474 

144 

65 

16 

123 

58 

28 

187 

1 

31 

29 

301 

1,080 

26 

4 

58 
16 
24 
47 
27 



All asses. 



12,870 



1,207 
670 
3,047 
4, 105 
3,841 



200 
856 
247 
443 
1,043 

18 

4 

1 

59 

12b 

129 
424 
224 
135 
503 

535 
377 
269 
18 
71 

55 

89 

56 

243 

652 

16 
199 
16 
11 
78 

1,184 

420 

88 

16 

212 

104 
43 

601 

1 

54 

37 

538 

1,992 

39 

5 

209 

22 

58 
101 

60 



GENERAL TABLES. 

OB, RANGES. JUNE 1. 1900, BY STATES AND TERRITORIES— Continued. 



SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




In closures 

reporting 

sheep. 


All sheep. 


Lambs under 
1 year. 


Ewes 1 year 
and over. 


Rams and 

wethers 1 year 

and over. 


Inclosures 

reporting 

swine. 


All swine. 


Inclosures 

reporting 

goats. 


All goats. 




7,564 


156,470 


42,182 


81,750 


32,538 


452,928 


1,592,861 


21,527 


47,652 


1 


1,980 


26,432 


9,353 


14,890 


2,189 


101,697 


251,422 


7,488 


12,266 


2 


758 


13,821 


4,025 


6,541 


3,255 


79,628 


219,755 


2,836 


.7,316 


3 


2,658 


84,723 


20,598 


44,016 


20,109 


163,647 


702,588 


6,046 


9,819 


4 


1,394 


21,260 


5,516 


11,008 


4,736 


98,474 


391,736 


3,782 


14,671 


6 


774 


10,234 


2,690 


5,295 


2,249 


9,482 


27,360 


1,376 


3,680 


6 


152 


6,382 


1,276 


3,372 


1,734 


12,847 


60,132 


827 


4,749 


7 


9 


119 


5 


56 


68 


60 


315 


S 


32 


8 


196 


2,651 


853 


1,374 


424 


8,537 


61,961 


S26 


1,7.54 


9 


195 


5,326 


1,635 


2,426 


1,265 


1,698 


7,754 


997 


1,840 


10 


41 


234 


67 


26 


141 


489 


2,374 


131 


356 


11 


28 


146 


57 


88 


1 


2,089 


4,871 


1.52 


234 


12 


2 


11 


11 






1,704 


4,115 


46 


61 


13 


2 


30 


14 


15 


1 


78 


332 


47 


64 


14 


21 


854 


163 


333 


358 


1,831 


15,114 


241 


1,341 


15 


97 


5,745' 


1,147 


2,499 


2,099 


13,209 


39,538 


608 


2,045 


16 


50 


226 


137 


53 


36 


687 


1,840 


1 


1 


17 


422 


52, 703 


10,522 


27,032 


15,149 


24,496 


155,050 


1,803 


2,952 


18 


303 


6,125 


2,073 


3,606 


446 


15,838 


76,287 


513 


796 


19 


10 


49 


10 


24 


15 


3,691 


15,280 


.52 


276 


20 


201 


2,291 


859 


1,165 


267 


24, .541 


122,788 


461 


783 


21 


55 


640 


168 


115 


357 


15,443 


52,134 


185 


3.56 


22 


205 


3,434 


969 


1,997 


468 


12,994 


.52,992 


344 


027 


23. 


114 


2,094 


346 


955 


793 


' 5,6.5.5 


2:1,787 


922 


2,078 


24 


592 


6,634 


1,882 


4, .524 


228 


6, 275 


9,459 


32 


36 


25- 


105 


1,193 


020 


486 


87 


13,S.5:; 


30,616 


2C7 


375 


26 


91 


2,180 


592 


1, 295 


293 


5,530 


16,897 


334 


493 


27 


383 


4,461 


1,474 


2,712 


275 


9,1.51 


22,592 


416 


599 


28 


263 


3,207 


1,098 


1,918 


191 


5, 610 


17,487 


165 


288 


29 


162 


3,109 


759 


1, 696 


754 


6,713 


22, 677 


279 


1,839 


30 


172 . 


2,071 


732 


1,119 


22D 


19, 190 


81, 789 


590 


988 


31 


17 


38 


26 


4 


S 


99 


327 


6 


10 


32 


80 


I.jT 


83 


46 


2S 


11, .531 


43,965 


. IS" 


308 


33 


10 


49 


17 


11 


21 


70 


2.57 


10 


19 


34 


58 


589 


2.34 


325 


10 


2,721 


5,745 


26 


45 


35 


60 


209 


89 


82 


38 


5,869 


15,448 


1,073 


1,748 


36 


'22 


70 


31 


10 


29 


4.54 


1,005 


1.53 


1,223 


37 


468 


9,654 


3,798 


4,779 


1,077 


17,0&3 


41,969 


2,102 


3,041 


38 


168 


1,087 


282 


690 


215 


17,206 


39, 144 


597 


1,087 


39 


44 


139 


43 


77 


49 


776 


o 217 


15 


34 


40 


417 


9,047 


2,176 


4,108 


2,763 


25,258 


9,5,804 


737 


1,148 


41 


5 

63 


n 

734 




1 
182 


10 
413 


],1S1 
1,160 


4,245 
3,553 


22 
23 


60 

57 


42 


139 


43 


593 . 


6,060 


2,347 


S,216 


497 


58,413 


150,329 


S,682 


6,547 


44 


7 


IS 


6 


9 


S 


335 


1,345 


45 


73 


45 


45 


422 


113 


217 


92 


4,755 


11, 527 


359 


671 


46 


51 


335 


226 


100 


9 


1,584 


5,374 


37 


50 


47 


395 


3,173 


1,218 


1,538 


417 


49,311 


81,749 


473 


1,419 


48 


125 


357 


.<5 


1.51 


121 


2S,545 


89,013 


537 


1,769 


49 


268 


2,920 


440 


2,272 


208 


3,212 


5,680 


11 


36 


60 


83 


942 


328 


572 


42 


3,382 


5,359 


42 


.43 


51 


170 


2,662 


928 


1,417 


817 


19,618 


51,455 


512 


1,005 


52 


82 


436 


152 


249 


35 


1,602 


4,135 


38 


103 


53 


148 


1,817 


747 


984 


86 


7,974 


21,914 


119 


667 


64 


267 


3,547 


1,144 


2,018 


885 


10,229 


27,101 


936 


1,517 


65 


27 


82 


41 


6 


35 


51 


120 


2 


3 


56 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 

Table 2.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, JUNE 1, 1900, 





CITIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Grand total 


310,566 


133,412 


9,017 


1,671 


14,367 


29,727 


1,994 


4,282 


66,584 


5,770 




Group A 


2 


182,183 
52,425 
75, 958 


68,136 
32,384 
32,892 


4,645 
1,789 
2,583 


1,014 
352 
305 


5,886 
3,944 
4,537 


19,903 

9,648 

176 


1,120 
597 
277 


2,471 

735 

1,076 


28,587 
14,732 
23,265 


4,510 
587 
673 


3 


Group B 


4 


Group C 


— 





11 

12 
13 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

26 
27 
28 
29 



48 
49 
50 
51 
52 

53 

54 
55 
56 
57 

58 
59 
60 
61 
62 

63 

64 
65 
66 
67 

68 
69 
70 
71 
72 



GEOTJP A.— CITZES OF O^rEE 100,000 INHABITANTS. 



New York, N. Y 
Boroug:hs : 
Manhattan.. 
Brooklyn __, 

Bronx 

Queens 

Richmond _. 



Chicago, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa_ 

St. Lotus, Mo 

Boston, Mass 

Baltimore, Md 



Cleveland, Ohio _ 

BuflEalo, N. Y 

San Francisco, Cal_ 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Pittsburg, Pa 



New Orleans, La _ 



Detroit, Mich 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Washington, D. C-. 
Newark, N. J 



Jersey City, N. J 

Louisville, Ky 

Minneapolis, Minn . 

Providence, R. I 

Indianapolis, Ind 



Kansas City, Mo _ 

St. Paul, .Minn 

Rochester, N. Y.. 

Denver, Colo 

Toledo, Ohio 



Allegheny, Pa 

Columbus, Ohio 

Worcester, Mass 

Syracuse, N. Y 

New Haven, Conn . 



Patereon, N. J 

Fall River, Mass _ 

St. Joseph, Mo 

Omaha, Nebr 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



Memphis, Tenn_ 
Scranton, Pa 



18,827 

3,508 
8,180 
2,040 
3,5&> 
1. 539 

27,015 
10,305 
10,388 
3,495 
5,352 

6,504 
5,339 
3,621 
3,767 
3,071 

4,324 

5,590 
5,228 
3,868 
2,585 

1,617 
4,239 
6,104 
2,082 
5,868 

5,056 
3,470 
2,457 
3,984 
2,728 

1,286 
2,994 
1,598 
1,843 
1,398 

1,300 

1,172 
2,208 
3,291 
4,194 

2,757 
1,758 



=ii=5 
638 
470 
778 
622 

19, 533 

1,288 

1,605 

495 

638 

1,107 
2,915 
2,814 
2,888 
606 



1,107 
398 
531 
274 

112 
2,197 
2,011 

172 
1,334 

2,083 
1,354 

348 
8,341 

762 

207 
408 
189 
107 
94 

213 

159 

571 

1,986 

1,490 

1,645 
622 



449 



314 
74 



1,213 
183 
84 
11 
60 

33 

147 
77 

428 
16 

39 

35 
6 

16 
4 

3 

119 

192 

14 

177 

180 
98 
9 

407 
66 



260 
1 
5 



148 
6 
2 
2 
2 



75 



144 
129 



136 
45 



40 
13 

1 
311 

5 



269 



245 
23 



1,402 

1 1 390 
5 
5 



253 
10 
1 



1 

2,239 

250 

754 

6 

3 
1 



980 
4 



12,699 
69 
6 
1 
4 

220 

40 

1,738 



25 



772 
14 



65 



278 
1 



1,006 
2 

13 
4 
2 
1 
1 



216 

1 

2 

1 

2,502 



574 
1 



100 
1 



16 



GROUP B.— I 



128 

5 
42 
10 
18 
S3 

377 
64 
49 
14 
28 

12 
80 
22 
99 
8 

22 



27 
3 

5 

44 

78 

8 

81 

92 
32 
11 

787 
29 

1 
17 
12 
4 
1 

11 
5 
17 
55 
84 



43 



-CITIES OF OVER 50,000 AND LESS THAN 100,000 INHABITANTS. 



Lowell, Mass 

Albany, N. Y 

Cambridge, Mass . 

Portland, Oreg 

Atlanta, Ga 



Grand Rapids, Mich - 

Dayton, Ohio 

Richmond, Va 

Nashville, Tenn 

Seattle, Wash 



Hartford. Conn __ 

Reading, Pa 

Wilmington, DeL 

Camden, N. J 

Trenton, N. J 



Bridgeport, Conn___ 

Lynn, Mass 

Oakland, Cal 

Lawrence, Mass 

New Bedford, Mass_. 



Des Moines, Iowa_. 
Springfield, Mass _. 
Somerville, Mass— . 
Troy, N. Y 

Hoboken, N. J 



1,274 
1,217 
837 
1,691 
1,627 

2,279 
2,545 
1,162 
2,588 
1,149 

1,023 

780 

701 

703 

1,042 

1,136 

1,003 

1,856 

626 

806 

3,492 

1,073 

878 

711 

312 



2,178 

lis 

442 
397 
701 



3,744 
780 

1,459 
441 
424 

654 
336 
571 
673 
627 

829 
938 
360 
476 
209 

99 

701 

1,702 

139 

648 

1,637 
1,180 

306 
1,212 

606 

113 

301 

152 

94 

71 

171 

136 

514 

1,202 

1,259 

1,226 
619 



127 



215 
167 
1 
26 
124 



65 
150 
867 

45 



24 
8 
34 

5 
10 

1 

10 
199 

62 
23 
20 
2,016 
53 



100 
13 



115 

195 

79 

1,436 

1,440 

646 

265 

290 

1,311 

1,410 

126 


7 
16 

2 
86 
161 

23 

16 

11 

140 

260 

5 

5 
10 

1 
11 

8 
19 
58 












8 


8S 
177 

76 
1,098 
1,132 

589 
241 
256 
920 
993 

111 
82 

98 
22 
91 

128 
106 
665 
33 
79 

1,128 

117 

61 

69 

4 


12 

1 

6 

69 

11 
1 

14 

130 

1 

6 


164 
17 

2 

1 

1 

15 

50 


3 


40 
3 


1 
6 


41 
49 

21 

4 

8 

42 

84 

8 

25 
6 
2 

5 

4 
36 

3 
10 

62 
6 
-- 




2 








53 
6 


2 
6 

2 

4" 
3 


9 
10 


137 





-- 




35 




115 










154 
141 
765 
39 
94 










11 

13 

5 


6 





7 

1 


_. 


1,378 
141 


119 
16 
4 
12 


19 

1 


4 





2 

1 


3 
44 


115 




87 
4 






22 


28 







GENERAL TABLES. 

BY CITIES OF OVER 35,000 INHABITANTS, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO POPULATION. 



HOUSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 

mules. 


Colts 

xuider 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Rams 
and 
wethers 
lyear 
and 
over. 




817,981 


1,440 


2,218 


814,328 


80,612 


67 


824 


30,221 


1,325 


42,694 


5,609 


81,361 


5,724 


114,731 


11,831 


1 


569,053 
118,010 
135,918 


552 
299 
B89 


1,242 

287 
689 


567,259 
112,4'24 
134,640 


20,505 
4,802 
5,305 


84 
11 
22 


176 
80 
68 


20,295 
4,711 
5,215 


758 
383 
234 


40,389 
1,126 
1,179 


4,795 
321 
493 


80,418 
840 
603 


5,176 

465 

83 


100,064 
6,639 
8,031 


8,835 
1,601 
1,895 


; 
4 



GROUP A.— CITIES OF OVEE 100,000 INHABITANTS. 



124,128 

68, 421 

38,043 

7,388 

7,046 

3,230 

71,183 
45,819 
27,624 
25,225 
16,536 

14, 103 
14,885 
15, 900 
12,710 
9,999 

6,277 
10, 816 
11,884 
11,578 
10,117 

6,334 
8,433 
12, 891 

7,786 
10,588 

11,414 
7,279 
6,343 
8,055 
5,269 

4,108 
6,196 
4,715 
4,849 
4,264 

3,731 
3,441 
4,346 
6,108 
6,685 

4,251 



50 



232 

143 
59 
17 



163 
174 
16 
25 
27 

13 
10 
24 
8 
31 

38 
IS 
27 
48 
8 

4 
21 
40 



123, 846 

68,262 

37,969 

7.365 

7,02s 

3.225 

70,989 
45,681 
27,600 
25, 180 
16,493 

14,085 
14,864 
15,856 
12,693 
9,967 

6,218 
10,801 
11,848 
11, 520 
10, 106 

6,828 
8,404 

12,316 
7,783 

10,581 

11,342 
7,248 
6,261 
8,007 
5,250 

4,106 
6,179 
4,709 
4,841 
4,260 

8,721 
8,430 
4,815 
6,077 
6,607 

4,218 
3,679 



63 
10 
17 

576 
1,575 
2,810 

213 
1,037 

87 
S24 

94 
799 
277 

8,480 

12 

80 

276 

180 

162 

1,802 

26 

6 

839 

2,390 

132 

39 

99 

37 

99 
32 

1 
18 

2 

36 

12 
277 
196 
107 

1,515 
908 



15 



15 



599 

412 
97 
63 
10 

17 

569 
1,560 
2,804 

218 
1,020 

37 
323 

92 
784 
214 

3,415 

11 

80 

276 

177 

162 

1,797 

26 

6 

838 

2,852 

131 

39 

98 

37 

99 
32 

1 
18 

2 

84 

12 
274 
198 
104 

1,510 
906 



188 



27 
156 
72 



20 



4,557 

4,037 
312 
40 
13 

155 

24,215 

527 

8 

368 

434 

700 

1,863 

2,665 

2,668 

5 

27 
4 
3 

80 
1 

4 

1,471 

104 



168 
20 
4 



673 
7 



128 
188 
6 
162 
355 

4 

1,832 

616 

235 

2 



262 
42 



123 

20 

2 

2 



8,075 

2,636 

297 

16 

6 

120 

22,658 

290 

1 

200 

78 

272 

3 

1,452 

948 



949 
52 



333 



45 



755 

728 
8 
3 
3 
"3 

1,434 

49 

1 

6 

6 

424 

28 

597 

1,490 



1 

260 

10 



80 



GEOTXP B.-CITIES OF OVEE SO,000 AND LESS THAN 100,000 INHABITANTS. 



2,131 

1,344 
145 
133 
195 
309 

52,423 

8,219 

197 

34 

566 

7,559 
6,438 
2,183 
5,477 
27 

480 
93 
161 
332 
128 

316 

2,459 

38 

6 

12,105 

280 
173 
101 
426 
28 

126 
122 
240 
•4 
635 

604 
228 
131 
175 
21 

133 
320 



80 
52B 
146 
606 
127 

1,027 

523 

334 

81 

114 



286' 
672 
188 
524 

032 
167 
674 
64 
188 

142 
178 
33 



14 
18 
31 

112 

1 

1 

58 

111 



3,380 
3,643 
4,867 
2,689 
2,227 

3,891 
4,835 
2,996 
4,746 
1,818 

3,418 
2,398 
2,417 
2,072 
2,627 

3,201 
2,651 
3,599 
2,078 
2,368 

6,031 
3,358 
2,960 
2,445 
1,759 


4 
2 

1 

20 

S 

3 

1 

5 

28 

14 

4 
5 
2 


4 
2 

1 

17 

7 

4 

7 

5 

26 

5 

24 
3 
4 


3,872 
3,639 
4,365 
2,652 
2,217 

8,884 
4,827 
2,986 
4,697 
1,794 

3,390 
2,385 
2,411 
2,072 
2,625 

8,200 
2,649 
8,576 
2,075 
2,852 

6,942 
3,350 
2,955 
2,443 
1,757 


1 
8 






1 

8 


1 
1 


10 

1 

4 

■ 678 

2 

1 

18 

1 

243 

4 


3 


6 


1 
1 
2 

400 


836 
116 








70 
8 
3 

56 

121 

14 

48 

23 

7 

20 
52 
39 
144 
102 

52 

24 

182 

9 

10 

50 
4 
11 
14 
31 








2 

100 

2 


52 
614 

4 

01 

627 

412 

103 

2 
129 
131 
S3 
102 

2 




2 
10 


50 
604 

4 

57 

625 

375 

103 

2 

125 
131 
83 
97 

2 


4 

1 

2 


78 


884 
4 

10 

42 

5 

314 

78 

4 
13 
18 
43 
77 

11 
38 
18 
8 
71 

849 

193 

2,860 

23 




1 
2 






4 
2 
33 




16 




97 

22 

2 


1 

122 

2 


4 


111 

1 


10 

1 








4 


8 

1 


10 


7 




8 












12 
9 

1 

1 
3 


5 
1 


6 


1 
8 


2 
1 






5 


7 


1 


2 
9 
8 

1 

42 
1 
1 
2 
1 






1 




14 


28 






28 


2 

1 
2 

8 
2 

1 
2 


i 







12 

127 

11 

1 

2 

2 


5 


1 
5 


11 

117 

11 

1 

2 

2 


6 

1 
4 






6 


47 
2 
4 




1 








4 














1 






1 


i 



















10 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 2.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, JUNE 1, 1900, 

GEOXJP B.-CITIES OP OVEK 50,000 AND LESS THAN 100,000 INHABITANTS-Continued. 





CITIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 






All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 




1.964 
1,119 

718 
1,962 

726 

963 
2.093 
:i,248 
1,568 

890 

649 
853 
1,724 
465 
983 


548 

127 

94 

13,912 

333 

500 
1,399 
1,434 
1,645 

109 

205 
233 
1,102 
50 
1G8 


22 
5 
15 
17 
7 

61 

123 

218 

244 

4 

19 
2 

58 
7 
3 


3 


6 


60 




23 
15 
9 
9 
5 

22 
34 
41 
74 
4 

S 

7 
44 

5 
13 


434 
102 
69 
194 
300 

343 

1,228 

1,081 

1,275 

96 

106 
218 
820 
30 
122 


1 
5 


•?, 


Manchester, N. H. _ 




3 


Utiea, N. Y 


1 
2 








4 


Peoria, 111 


3,835 


9,311 


532 

1 

3 

5 
6 
8 
2 

2 
1 
7 


12 
20 

64 
3 
8 

30 
3 

74 
3 
9 
1 


S 


Charleston, S. C- 


fi 


Savannah, Ga _ 


10 
5 

38 
9 


5 

1 

20 

2 


2 


7 


Salt Lake City, Utah 


8 




22 
3 


q 


Duluth, Minn 


10 


Erie, Pa 


11 


Elizabeth, N. J 


1 






1?, 


Willzesbarre, Pa 




2 
150 


13 




8 




14 


HarrisbuTg, Pa _ 


7 


15 


Portland, Me - 























GROUP C— CITIES OT" OVETl 33,000 AND LESS THAN 50,000 INHABITANTS. 



Tonkers, N. Y 

Norfolk, Va 

Waterbury, Conn, 

Holyoke, Mass 

Fort Wayne, Ind_- 



Youngstown, Ohio- 
Houston, Tex 

Covington, ICy 

Akron, Ohio 

Dallas, Tex 



Saginaw, Mich 

Lancaster. Pa 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Brockton, Mass 

Binghamton, N. Y_ 

Augusta, Qa-. 



Pawtucket, R. I__. 

Altoona, Pa 

Wheeling, W. Va_. 
Mobile, Ala 



Birmingham, Ala_. 
Little Rock, ATk__. 
Springfield, Ohio .. 

Galveston, Tex 

Tacoma, Wash 



Haverhill, Mass __ 
Spokane, Wash ___ 
Terre Haute, Ind _ 
Dubuque, Iowa-__ 
Quinoy, 111 



South Bend, Ind_ 

Salem, Mass 

Johnstown, Pa 

Elmira, N. Y 

AUentown, Pa 



Davenport, Iowa . 
McKeesport, Pa- 
Springfield, 111 

Chelsea, Mass 

Chester, Pa 



York, Pa 

Maiden, Mass 

Topeka, Kans 

KewtoUj Mass 

Sioux City, Iowa . 



Bayonne, N. J 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn,. 
Schenectady, N, Y__. 
Fltchburg, Mass 



Superior. WlS— 
Rockford,lll._, 
Taunton, Mass- 
Canton, Ohio — 
Butte, Mont 



Montgomery, Ala.. 

Auburn. N. Y 

East St. Louis, II1_. 
Johet, 111 

Sacramento, Cal 



588 


137 


449 


146 


520 


86 


470 


33 


1,483 


326 


1,050 


353 


2,064 


1,129 


465 


99 


1,276 


243 


2,646 


1,247 


1,512 


663 


667 


97 


2,136 


1,223 


739 


181 


946 


108 


1,036 


693 


604 


88 


637 


159 


600 


116 


981 


537 


958 


580 


1,830 


1,501 


1,534 


426 


1,675 


737 


775 


700 


930 


164 


1,093 


383 


1,323 


4,187 


996 


481 


1,663 


466 


1,047 


193 


452 


82 


582 


382 


1,028 


108 


639 


93 


1,112 


225 


S84 


217 


1,467 


380 


580 


83 


607 


121 


674 


54 


475 


71 


2,441 


1,100 


750 


30S 


1,805 


1,217 


385 


64 


781 


607 


840 


568 


404 


30 


573 


70 


911 


853 


1,232 


208 


794 


344 


794 


138 


652 


210 


1,214 


1,290 


780 


102 


850 


201 


874 


103 


922 


187 



8 
16 
2 
4 
9 

21 
196 

22 

9 

169 

22 

6 

137 

16 

10 

30 
7 
7 
8 

50 

62 
156 

48 
102 
104 

6 
32 
10 
24 
35 

5 
6 
9 
14 
6 

16 
5 

32 
2 

U 






1 




2 
6 
3 
4 
6 

12 

74 

4 

3 

70 

24 


126 

103 

78 

25 

303 

318 

780 

57 

230 

969 

605 

53 

1,048 

157 
87 

618 
74 
141 
100 
431 

464 
926 
366 
568 
524 

126 
S04 
161 
314 
399 

176 
65 

340 
89 
53 

186 

192 

321 

68 

96 

40 

64 

956 

268 

938 

53 

545 

461 

27 

60 

766 
166 
296 
126 
171 

797 
82 

166 
91 

171 




1 
1 






21 
1 


















2 

2 
5 


1 


5 






23 


11 
16 


11 


29 
20 






1 
6 

2 
3 
3 


22 
8 


2 
1 


10 

1 
15 


12 




23 
8 
6 

5 
2 
2 

16 

17 
50 
17 
45 
40 

22 
32 
9 
12 
26 

6 

1 
12 
2 

1 

12 

12 

23 

3 

9 
















6 
S 
3 


11 


1 


4 


4 
2 
1 
2 






5 




4 


4 

18 

26 
1 
8 

18 




37 

10 

214 

1 

7 


4 
6 

1 


3 


2 

123 

1 

7 

10 

1 


1 


3 


1 


10 
6 
6 

36 
3 

7 
9 
6 
2 
3 

7 


4 




5 


4,000 
10 


1 
60 
1 


5 
2 


20 












1 




8 


8 




1 


4 

4 
8 


6 


20 













2 


■ 1 
4 




1 
6 
5 

3 
17 
13 
30 
40 

3 

1 
8 
2 











3 


8 




77 

7 

154 

3 
44 
63 


9 


7 





2 


36 
11 
62 

5 
12 
31 

1 




15 


2 




6 




8 
4 


1 




1 
1 










45 
20 
21 

24 

70 
9 
8 
11 
10 


2 


1 

3 

1 


8 


4 

1 


35 
4 

20 
4 

13 

23 

4 

4 




14 
3 
1 


3 
1 
2 

17 
3 
12 

2 ' 








1 


2 


350 


7 


6 


20 
4 
3 

1 


12 









GENEEAL TABLES. 



11 



BY CITIES OF OVER 25,000 INHABITANTS, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO POPULATION— Continued. 

GKOTJP B.— CITEES OF OVER 50,000 AND LESS THAN 100,000 INHABITANTS— Continued. 





HOBSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


r 

All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 
lyear 
and 
over. 


Rams 
and 
wethers 
1 year 
and 
over. 




2,962 
2,415 
2,054 
3,506 
1,311 

1,561 
2,761 
4,765 
2,014 
1,770 

1,442 
1,818 
2,267 
1,672 
2,748 


5 
7 
2 
11 
4 


12 
7 
2 

14 
6 

10 

10 

26 

6 


2,945 
2,401 
2,050 
3,481 
1,801 

1,551 
2,731 
4,676 
2,001 
1,769 

1,436 
1,813 
2,239 
1,671 
2,744 


835 






335 


8 


83 


33 






129 

185 
17 

164 
12 

1 

77 

173 

62 

39 

7 


12 
4 
2 

38 
110 

80 

8 

118 


1i 










2- 










4 


2 




2 




% 


31 
279 

504 
8 

523 
5 
16 

33 

444 

XOl 

52 

7 






31 
279 

504 
8 

513 
3 
14 

83 

444 
99 
52 
7 






4 






2 

2 
3 

118 


26 

77 

53 

3 

8 

1 


11 

2 

47 

2 

5 


9 

75 
5 
1 
3 


6 


5 






6- 


20 

63 

7 

1 

2 






1 


7 




10 
2 


S- 






fl 


2 




1 


4 

78 
23 
17 
10 
3 


10 


4 
5 
11 










11 






21 

11 

2 


1 
5 
1 
6 


1 
2 
1 
5 






12 


17 

1 
1 




2 




3 


217 

3 

89 


13 






14 


S 






1 




15 













GROUP C— CITIES OF OVER 35,000 AND LESS THAN 50,000 INHABITANTS. 



2,097 
1,155 
1,900 
1,213 
2,383 

1,887 
2,597 
1,251 
2,213 
3,723 

2,236 
1,845 
3,219 
1,632 
1,871 

1,197 
1,933 
1,006 
1,378 
1,479 

1,394 

2,587 
2,528 
1,977 
1,097 

1,949 
1,733 
3,042 
2,170 
2,335 

1,923 
1,309 
860 
1,920 
1,570 

2,303 

768 
2,235 
1,712 
1,181 

1,636 
1,332 
3,166 
2,076 
2,896 

834 
1,143 
1,269 
1,047 
1,385 

1,063 
2,076 
1,666 
1,450 
1,196 

1,273 
1,579 
1,922 
1,.512 
1,779 


5 
1 
1 
3 
10 

2 
39 
3 
5 
37 

3 

4 

28 

1 

8 

3 


13 

1 
4 
1 
2 

13 
47 
2 
1 
36 

18 
4 
38 


2,079 
1,153 
1,895 
1,209 
2,371 

1,872 
2,511 
1,246 
2,207 
3,650 

2,215 
1,837 
3,153 
1,681 
1,851 

1,190 
1,928 
1,001 
1,374 
1,468 

1,381 
2,.'i46 
2,508 
1,930 
1,087 

1,943 
1,716 
3,030 
2,158 
2,302' 

1,915 
1,308 
855 
1,905 
1,567 

2,287 
767 
2,221 
1,712 
1,173 

1,630 
1,312 
3,115 
2,072 
2,800 

833 

1,131 

' 1,258 

1,044 

1,383 

1,058 
2,062 
1,662 
1,438 
1,186 

1,228 
1,571 
1,917 
1,507 
1,756 


5 
51 






5 
51 


1 


42 

15 

1 

2 


17 


24 
15 

1 
2 


1 


22 
26 
15 
15 
14 

4 
58 
23 
39 
215 

213 
53 

303 
65 
2 

4 
23 

4 
37 
14 

454 
623 
127 
28 
78 

111 

19 

16 

133 

242 

7 
4 


84 
60 
10 
12 
53 

25 
40 
15 
13 
21 

4 

1 
40 
12 

2 

31 
6 
5 
7 

64 

57 
75 
H 
50 
30 

2 


16. 






17 






1 






18- 


2 
29 

21 

342 

16 

14 

355 

1 

34 

51 

5 

8 

294 






2 
29 

21 

333 

14 

14 

352 

1 
34 
51 

5 

8 

290 






I* 












''O' 






2 
20 


1 
2 
19 




1 
1 




21 


2 
1 


7 
1 


1 
19 




■)■> 




?-^ 








•?4 


2 


1 


16 


1 

1 
15 
5 




1 




?5 


1 

15 
4 




?6 






1 
8 

1 






27 






1 




2^ 








29 


12 

4 
5 














30 




4 


6 


10 


1 


6 


3 


.31 




.■!2 


5 


18 
110 
214 

505 
424 
24 
308 

1 






18 
109 
214 

601 

423 

24 

307 

1 


2 
1 
2 

6 
3 

2 
16 


6 

73 

1 

40 
39 


4 

51 

1 

30 
2 




2 
12 


33 


4 
6 

6 
21 

8 
23 

7 

1 
8 
3 
5 
12 

2 

1 
2 
10 




1 


10 


34 


5 

7 
20 
12 
24 

3 

5 

9 

3 

7 

21 

6 




35 




4 


8 
33 


2 
4 


36 


1 


37 




38 




1 


12 
7 

2 
4 


11 
2 


1 

5 

1 




89 






40 








1 


41 


16 
69 
11 
72 

23 

2 

119 

10 

34 

70 
12 
25 
13 
15 

64 




5 
1 


U 
68 
11 
71 

23 
2 
119 
10 
34 

70 
12 
25 
11 
14 

64 


3 
1 

1 


4 


4'> 








6 
2 
12 

16 
3 

29 
6 
6 

6 
29 

11 

31 

5 

7 
13 

2 
10 
10 

25 
39 
8 
2 


43 




2 
4 

2 
1 


2 
4 

2 






4+ 


1 








4.^ 




2 






46 








1 


47 


-- 

5 
3 

8 






2 






48 






2 
20 




2 




23 
96 

81 

8 

103 

40 


49 








20 




5(1 


8 

1 
2 






3 

2 
1 






51 






4 

1 


4 

1 






52 


12 










5H 


2 








fA 


1 

5 


7' 

1 
20 
20 

3 
46 


1 













55 




19 


16 


3 


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136 
2 
110 
154 
977 

1 
38 

3 
16 

243 

IG 

310 


56 








57 


31 

1 

50 

1 
4 


60 

2 

63 







60 

2 

60 


2 
3 


725 


-- 
251 


7 
464 


2" 
10 


,59 


3 




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61 


8 
11 
2 
2 

3 

7 
2 
6 
3 

84 
6 
1 
3 

14 


148 
249 


5 




143 
244 












62 


5 


4 
1 


2 


1 





1 


63 
64 


1 


1 

5 
16 






1 

5 
16 










6n 




















2 
7 
2 
6 
7 

11 

2 

4 

2 

9 


fifi 








1 
3 


1 






16 
6 
12 


67 






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2 


1 


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39 
3 

325 






39 
3 

302 




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1 

20 

1 

IS 

2 

2 


1 








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23 


2 
1 
3 


5 

1 
1 


21 


597 

2 

422 

32 


66 
3 

103 
10 


71 






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124 

8 






124 
8 
5 


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1 


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12 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 2.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, JUNE 1, 1000, 

GKOITP C— CITIES OB" OVER 25,000 AND LESS THAN 50,000 INHABITANTS— Continued. 





orriES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


KEAT CATTLE. 




1 

All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Racine, Wis 


538 
1,076 
519 
580 
698 

267 
1,065 

401 
1,086 

459 

349 
876 
2,029 
547 
422 

735 

279 

1,495 

1,168 

502 

1,472 


107 
494 
99 
258 
141 

39 
440 

51 

469 

9 

38 

274 

1,140 

277 

226 

304 
79 

893 

365 
20 

274 


3 

10 
2 

43 
5 

1 
32 

4 
53 










2 
7 
3 
3 
5 


102 
476 
93 
199 
122 

38 
398 

44 

392 

G 

36 

251 
886 
160 
187 

271 
69 

712 

328 
18 

223 




2 


La CSrosse, Wis 








1 
1 
1 




S 


Willlamsport, Pa 










4 


Jacksonville, Fla 


6 


C 






5 


Newcastle, Pa 




9 


6 


Newport, Ky 

Oshkosli, Wis 










7 


2 


1 






7 

3 

15 




8 


Woonsocket, R. I _ 




■^ 




9 


Pueblo, Colo 

Atlantic City, N. J ..._ 


2 








6 
1 

1 


10 


1 




1 


11 


Passaic, N. J 


1 

17 

210 

5 
12 

29 

7 
101 
17 








12 


Bay City, Mich 








i 


4 
29 

5 
10 

3 
S 

38 
12 


13 


Fort Worth, Tex 


8 
10 
2 


1 
70 







14 


Lexington, Ky 


27 


lb 


Gloucester, Mass 


1 
1 


8 


16 


South Omaha, Nehr 






iV 


New Britain, Conn 








_— __ 


18 


Council Bluffs, Iowa._ 


11 
5 


1 
2 




3 


27 
1 
2 
3 


19 


Cedar Eapids, Iowa 




20 


Easton, Pa 


1 


21 


Jackson, Mich 


27 


6 




1 


15 


— 









GENERAL TABLES. 



13 



BY CITIES OF OVER 25,000 INHABITANTS, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO POPULATION— Continued. 

GEOTTP C— CITIES OF OVER 35,000 AND LESS THAN 50,000 INHABITANTS— Continued. 



HOUSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years, 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Rams 

and 
wethers 
lyear 

and 
over. 




1,0G2 

1,811 

977 

843 

1,139 

628 
1,454 
1,068 
1,639 
1,672 

965 
1,223 

;;,769 

1,515 
1,053 

1,118 
666 
2,054 
1,696 
1,218 
2,250 


3 
6 


1 
4 
4 
2 
3 


1,058 

1,801 

973 

841 

1,131 

C28 
1,447 
1,064 
1,616 
1,667 

955 
1,219 
2,707 
1,443 
1,051 

1,103 
6M 
2,039 
1,669 
1,213 
2,230 


3 
8 




1 
1 


2 
7 


1 
1 

2 
9 












8 
4 
3 
30 
6 

6 
5 


1 




3 


3 






10 

4 

26 

46 

3 

329 

40 

17 

1 

1 
235 
211 

4 
142 

166 


? 








8 




200 
45 

12 
1 




4 


196 
45 

12 

1 










4 


5 




1 


1 






,5 






1 
2 






fi 


4 

1 

11 

1 

3 

2 

31 

3 


3 

3 

12 

4 

7 

2 

21 

69 

2 

5 
2 
4 
4 
5 
2 






1 


1 






7 










8 


32 
73 

11 
3 

84 

208 

13 

38 






32 
73 

11 
3 

81 
208 
13 

38 


50 
3 


5 
1 


2 


2 


1 
1 


27 
6 

15 


9 






10 










11 
















T?. 


3 




3 

1 


5 
1 
2 

8 




4 


1 


9 
8 


13 




1 


14 






1 


1 

1 


15 


10 






1 


7 


36 
4 

23 
6 
5 

20 


16 








17 


11 
23 


50 
40 
39 
8 


1 
1 


2 
2 
2 


47 

37 

37 

8 


7 
25 


5 
2 


4 
2 


1 




363 
3 


18 




1<1 






20 


18 














20 


?1 



















14 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

ALABAMA. 



23 
2-1 
■2.) 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

32 
33 
34 
35 
36 

37 
88 
39 
40 
41 

42 
43 
44 
45 



46 Marengo _ 



The State _ 



Autauga _ 
Baldwin _ 
Barbour.. 

Bibb 

Blount ___ 



BuUoct 

Butler 

Calhoun __ 
Chambers. 
Cherokee - 



Chilton _. 
Choctaw . 
Clarke ... 

Clay 

Cleburne. 



Coffee 

Colbert 

Conecuh __. 

Coosa 

Covington . 

Crenshaw.. 
Cullman... 

Dale 

Dallas 

Dekalb 



Elmore... 
Escambia . 
Etowah... 
Fayette ... 
Franklin.. 



Geneva _. 
Greene.. 

Hale - 

Henry 

Jackson. 



Jefferson 

Lamar 

Lauderdale . 
Lawrence... 
Lee 



Limestone . 

Lowndes 

Macon 

Madison . 



Marion 

Marshall 

Mobile 

Monroe 

Montgomery 



Morgan ... 

Perry 

Pickens _. 

Pike 

Randolph. 



57 Russell 

58 St, Clair.. 

59 Shelby 

Sumter 

Talladega.. 



Tallapoosa . 
Tuscaloosa.. - 

"Walker 

Washington . 

Wilcox 

Winston 



Kumber 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



275 
164 
616 
679 
201 

433 

335 

1,274 



261 
325 
94 
25 
193 

155 
147 
150 



180 
218 
498 
65 
176 



269 
493 
477 

5, 852 

79 

617 

151 

482 

213 
141 
176 
1,021 
299 

71 

236 

1, 650 

37 

1,388 

812 
375 
188 
387 
132 



669 
201 
628 

340 
556 
545 

42 
191 

25 



NEAT CATTLE. 



All neat 
cattle. 



49,187 



611 
873 
809 
516 

1,284 
614 

1,606 
666 



333 
184 
726 
144 
227 

839 
721 
228 
99 
550 

292 
243 
280 
855 
477 

362 
611 
600 
193 
430 

392 
60 
.501 
760 
822 

7,479 
355 
802 
469 
415 

489 
4S6 
523 
1,303 
445 

189 
395 

2, 015 
909 

1,750 

1,400 
.541 
211 
452 
250 

261 
966 

1,904 
690 

1, 226 

371 
1,260 
1,M4 

150 

1,064 

87 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 



12, 304 



142 
143 
167 
244 
179 

231 
170 
364 
194 
136 

83 
3 
92 
36 
54 

160 
229 
70 
27 
91 

61 

61 

60 

171 

152 

113 
173 
144 
62 
1.58 

120 
13 
167 
2.56 
242 

2, 258 

86 

194 

142 

61 

173 
79 
86 
335 
139 

57 
126 
338 

86 
158 

397 
143 
45 



74 
282 
618 
187 
305 

109 
313 
338 

30 
169 

31 



2,657 



2,232 



298 
.53 
39 
57 
5 

36 
75 
38 
46 
14 

17 
20 
66 
73 
•2i 



19 
11 
16 
10 

1 

45 

iin 

.Sl 
77 

6 
122 
.56 
10 
60 



15 
55 
88 
28 
19 

106 
14 
45 
10 

1.52 



Steers 3 

years and 

over. 



4,332 



102 
6 
3 

9 

23 

1 

1 

12 



12 
10 

218 
99 

401 

6 

3 

8 

32 



237 
64 
40 
60 
12 

62 
23 
82 
5 
72 

a5 

176 

207 

11 

44 

364 
35 
10 
11 

296 

45 

4 

69 

Kil 

22 

13 
53 

1 
13 

5 



Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 



1 
1 

20 

39 

108 



2 

14 

79 

480 

90 

82 
51 
38 



167 

29 

135 

9 
34 

63 



560 



Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



2,887 



Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



72 
42 
22 
25 

182 
34 

111 
39 
,54 

12 
2 
54 
18 
14 

19 
31 

9 
26 

6 

12 
14 
26 
18 



14 
70 

19 
22 

41 
4 
20 
46 
42 

374 
28 
63 
23 



45 
54 

7 

11 
25 
117 
41 



12 

12 
71 
124 
85 
51 

9 



22, 619 



247 
192 
368 
422 
226 

430 
339 
913 
319 
181 



94 
61 
93 

263 
356 
108 
30 
128 

111 
162 
113 
403 
202 

1.59 
223 
332 
81 
190 

150 
36 
268 
409 
463 



4, 3.38 

85 

496 

203 

317 

218 
138 
116 



188 

996 

12 



7.57 
309 
104 
2.31 
131 

152 
426 
773 
266 



217 

.519 

45;) 

43 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



1,546 



135 
1 
15 
28 
17 



21 



178 
112 
40 



33 

14 
140 
■25 
40 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES. 



15 



ALABAMA. 





HOESES. 




MTJLES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colte 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Eam.s 
and 
wethers 
1 year 
and 
over. 




18,558 


270 


286 


18,002 


7,301 


56 


155 


7,090 


200 


6,382 


1,276 


3,372 


1,731 


50,132 


4,749 


1 


1S2 

I/O 

340 
222 
109 

210 
180 
483 
128 
115 

51 

4 

101 

25 

65 

146 
247 
103 
83 
120 

76 
100 

78 
550 
107 

120 
178 
273 
49 
158 

129 
78 
251 
277 
262 

3,355 

62 

426 

132 

178 

189 
136 
90 
793 
248 

35 

115 

2,185 

43 
1,383 

538 
288 
151 
180 
119 

88 
147 
258 
208 
460 

144 
468 
257 

27 
166 

13 


3 

13 
2 
1 
1 

2 

1 
9 
1 
1 

2 


8 
3 
1 
7 
5 


126 
160 
337 
214 
103 

208 
178 
470 
124 
104 

47 
■4 
99 
22 
62 

145 
232 
102 
33 
120 

74 
100 

78 
539 
100 

116 
176 
267 
44 
153 

129 
78 
250 
272 
253 

3,265 
57 
414 
116 
174 

180 
121 
89 
781 
244 

33 

112 

2,146 

43 
1,334 

515 
281 
138 
179 
111 

85 
142 
249 
196 
442 

144 
457 
244 

26 
154 

11 


64 
21 
48 
233 
47 

8 
69 

293 
44 

136 

17 
4 
24 
14 
21 

127 

86 

4 

1 

414 

18 
4 
17 
225 
16 

62 

42 

80 

8 

207 

321 
43 
38 
118 
124 

1,589 

5 

83 

24 

45 

27 
26 
19 
162 
54 

4 
15 

337 
26 

336 

101 
66 
44 
45 
18 

15 
91 

182 
47 

260 

24 
208 
275 


1 
2 


1 


62 
19 
48 
229 
46 

8 
69 

290 
42 

134 

17 
4 
24 
13 
19 

125 
85 
8 
1 

414 

18 
4 
17 
223 
12 

62 

41 

80 

8 

205 

321 
43 

37 
117 
112 

1,569 


1 


17 
3,604 




13 
1,792 


4 
1,130 


584 
862 
592 
1,534 
562 

974 
784 
1,437 
270 
643 

149 
20 

879 
78 

202 

1,161 

618 

204 

67 

539 

496 
107 
495 
213 
732 

380 
665 
707 
269 
400 

749 
54 

465 
1,133 
2,299 

8,547 
172 
624 
529 
499 

695 
467 
283 
1,291 
351 

237 

630 

1,106 

16 

854 

1,181 
638 
191 
509 
287 

514 

1,030 

1,735 

682 

935 

585 
1,129 
2,324 
187 
460 
121 


108 
226 
6 
46 
190 

33 

9 

205 

7 

24 


■> 


682 


3 




7 

1 
5 


4 




4 


2 
2 

22 




2 

1 

11 




5 


1 


1 
8 




6 




3 


7 


1 
4 
3 
10 

2 






4 
4 

1 
9 


8 


1 


2 
2 
2 


7 




7 




9 






10 




52 


3 


40 


9 


11 




W, 


















n 




2 
2 

1 

1 
5 
1 






2 


40 
28 

1 




40 
14. 




72 

17 

1 

20 

99 

3 

10 


14 


1 
2 


1 




9 


5 
1 


15 


2 

2 
1 
1 




16 










17 


10 














18 




2 










It 






27 
372 


10 
38 


17 
202 




W 












132 


'>1 




2 








23 


90 








1 


144 
41 


40 


66 
26 


38 
15 


9S 










5 
24 
64 

5 
125 
31 
5 
8 

40 


?4 


5 

7 


6 


2 

1 




1 
10 

5 




?.5 


3 


137 

69 
102 
23 


50 
24 


61 

39 
40 
11 


26 

6 
62 
3 


Ofi 


A 
1 
2 
1 
4 


W 


1 
4 
4 

1 




1 


'8 






9 


29 






4 


80 




2 


14 


5 


6 


3 


31 




1 


32 


















38 


1 
2 
2 

55 
1 
9 
3 
1 

2 
7 
1 
4 
4 

1 

1 

28 




1 
1 
6 

6 




1 


35 


6 


28 


1 


21 

23 

8 

1,703 
22 
25 
4 
8 

5 
26 
32 
21 
13 


84 


3 

7 

35 
4 
3 

13 
3 

7 
8 




35 


6 

14 
5 
2 
4 
2 

2 
6 


7 

22 
18 


182 

82 

501 

22 

19 


62 

35 

50 

2 

9 


135 

29 

400 

2 

9 


15 

18 
51 
18 

1 


36 

37 
38 


3 

1 


78 
19 
43 

25 
19 
19 
156 
53 

4 
13 

337 
24 

311 

89 
64 
40 
45 
14 

15 
87 

156 
88 

258 

24 
207 
273 


39 


3 
2 

2 
3 


40 
41 




66 

121 

8 

24 

9 

25 


25 
43 


34 
64 


7 
14 
8 
4 
1 

5 


42 


1 


43 
44 


8 


5 


1 
1 


17 
4 


9 

4 

10 


11 
4 

10 


45 
46 


1 

2 
11 




47 


1 


1 


1 
10 




48 


106 


13 


26 


67 


559 


49 




2 
25 

10 


.50 


13 

9 
3 
6 


86 

14 
4 
7 
1 
5 

3 




6 


27 
84 


1 
30 


5 
43 


21 
11 


68 

145 
9 
12 
12 


,51 


2 
2 


.52 


2 
U 


53 


4 










.54 












55 


3 


3 


1 




12 


5 


6 


1 


56 


4 


3 

143 

140 

11 

75 

8 

85 
79 
26 

7 


57 


5 
3 
7 
9 


1 
6 
3 


3 

20 

6 

2 


108 


11 


68 


29 


,58 


6 
5 
9 


2 
4 
6 

3 

7 
7 


59 


58 
17 


10 

8 


43 
2 


5 

7 


60 
61 




6'' 


-- 

5 
1 

7 
2 


7 
8 




1 
2 


81 
26 


30 
9 


51 
10 




63 




7 


64 




65 


5 


171 
4 


5 


12 


154 
4 




60 
5 


25 


30 
4 


5 
1 


66 




67 

















16 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

ARIZONA. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 

of inclosures 

reporting 

domestic 

animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 




1,943 


1,023 


205 


28 


16 


49 


1 


60 


631 


33 






9 


76 
170 
101 
130 
324 

409 

2 

41 

264 

101 
115 
1S6 
24 


157 
79 
76 
64 

198 

113 


48 
15 
9 
16 
30 

17 


10 
5 
2 


1 






15 
8 
2 
1 

11 

7 


83 
49 
63 
40 
136 

86 




<! 




2 






/] 










1, 


Gila 








7 
4 


fi 


Qraham 


9 

1 


4 

1 


4 
1 




7 






8 








q 


Navajo 


34 
75 

38 
89 
90 
10 


12 
10 

17 
17 
13 
1 










2 
5 

3 

2 
1 
3 


20 
50 

18 

35 

45 

C 




in 


Pima 






10 






11 


Hnal 










1? 


Santa Cruz 


1 


10 


1 
31 


1 


22 


1R 




14 


Yuma 

























ARKANSAS. 



41 
42 
43 
44 

45 

46 
47 
48 
49 
50 

61 
52 
53 
64 
55 

56 
57 
58 
59 
60 

61 
62 
63 
64 
66 

66 
67 
68 
69 
70 

71 
72 
73 
74 
75 



The State- 



Arkansas., 

Ashley 

Baxter 

Benton 

Boone 



Bradley.. 
Calhoun . 

Carroll 

Chicot ... 
Clark 



Clay 

Cleburne .. 
Cleveland . 
Columbia.. 
Conway 



Craighead . 
Crawford ._ 
Crittenden. 
Cross.. 



Dallas . 



Desha 

Drew 

Faulkner . 
Franklin.. 
Fulton 



Garland 

Grant 

Greene 

HerrJpstead . 
Hot Spring- 



Howard 

Independence . 

Izard 

Jackson 

Jefferson 



Johnson .. 
Lafayette . 
Lawrence. 

Lee 

Lincoln 



Little Eiver.. 

Logan 

Lonoke 

Madison 

Marion 



Miller 

Mississippi 

Monroe 

Montgomery., 
Nevada 



23,605 



Newton 

Ouachita.. 

Perry 

Phillips... 
Pike 



Poinsett . 

Polk 

Pope 

Prairie 

Pulaski _. 



212 
132 
63 
797 
346 

222 
116 
275 
■ 67 
486 

475 
129 
139 
310 
274 

604 
482 
30 
222 
126 

103 
441 
226 
305 
90 

628 
62 
552 
380 
368 

154 
448 



380 
127 
363 
234 
27 

188 
422 
256 
207 
211 



197 

242 

29 

255 

32 
427 
123 
476 
138 

156 
576 
298 
121 
2,114 



45,062 



374 
338 
126 
833 
518 

466 
452 
272 
788 
902 

721 
342 
356 
914 
584 

683 
865 
34 
533 
275 



1,179 
685 
637 
169 

477 
214 
961 
1,028 
712 

414 

887 

152 

722 

1,007 

743 
333 
889 
865 
416 

333 
903 
626 
282 
448 

496 
528 
434 
100 
477 

69 
8.61 
337 
679 
403 

.512 

1,127 

742 

647 

1.970 



12,706 



82 
116 

37 
169 
126 

140 
107 
05 
154 
299 

221 
96 
123 
267 
140 

107 

254 

11 

147 



85 
387 
168 
197 

60 

91 

53 

298 

315 

262 

154 
278 
52 
212 
267 

264 

92 

203 

163 

09 

110 
325 
207 
86 
145 

132 
1,68 
177 
38 
131 

31 
276 
116 
148 
145 

1,66 
331 
224 
144 
299 



47 
27 
6 
10 
31 

17 
41 

8 
104 
44 

36 
26 
19 
23 
62 

27 
31 
2 
42 
10 

23 
56 
31 
92 
7 

22 

8 

39 

82 



36 
13 
19 
31 

91 
152 

67 
115 

59 



1,671 



1 
102 
12 

5 
13 

7 
18 
25 



1,901 



2 
45 

7 
53 
14 

1 

50 
1 
13 
14 

1 

2 
44 
132 
53 



19 
17 

58 
26 
60 
202 
8 



11 
105 



49 
10 

42 

10 

16 

171 



17 
16 

7 

74 

116 

178 

21 

40 
17 
6 
2 
2 

16 

29 

1 

2 

19 

4 

46 

17 

57 

1 

60 
46 
2 



5 
1 

11 
12 
1 
2 
2 

4 

2 
12 
11 

7 



6 
2 
7 
1 
138 



3,191 


21,353 


850 


3.5 
22 

7 
31 

8 

65 
30 
14 
206 
54 

46 
40 
25 
66 
52 

80 

71 

3 

39 

7 

30 

123 

23 

36 

6 

23 
14 
45 
81 
39 

34 
55 
11 
63 

77 

36 
17 
43 
49 
59 

19 
KO 
66 
14 
35 

48 
44 
17 
8 
49 

1 
52 
34 
39 
22 

13 
91 
25 
19 
83 


160 
148 
76 
616 
315 

217 
148 
183 
67 
479 

368 
166 
152 
368 
289 

416 
416 
18 
210 
137 

111 
563 
211 
297 
96 

826 
64 

567 
396 
355 

196 
436 
82 
855 
589 

412 
132 
330 
240 
61 

146 

467 
2,S4 
l,i:! 
233 

229 
223 
227 
60 
238 

32 
399 
152 
297 
179 

139 
480 
297 
126 
1,166 


40 
16 


1 






104 
2 




1 






60 


12 


2 










2 
23 




5 










71 


80 




10 




15 






27 














70 

40 

214 



GENERAL TABLES. 



17 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 

ARIZONA. 





HOK 


SES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All hoi'ses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Rams 

and 
wethers 
1 year 

and 
over. 




4,791 


109 


76 


4,606 


378 


6 


7 


365 


856 


119 


5 


56 


58 


315 


32 


1 


245 
622 
190 
293 
748 

. 840 

3 

86 

694 

334 

2,55 
434 
47 


26 

10 

3 

3 

23 

18 


19 
8 


200 
604 
1S7 
289 
719 

808 

3 

86 

688 

312 

235 
430 
45 


13 

38 

3 

19 

113 

61 


1 


1 


11 

38 

3 

19 

107 

59 


4 

39 

15 

142 

306 

85 










52 

1 

7 

3 

124 

3 


20 


2 










<\ 
















i] 


1 
6 

14 
















5 


2 


4 


9 

2 


2 
2 


2 


5 


10 


6 

7 
















11 
31 
89 

15 

27 
8 






11 
29 
38 

15 
27 
8 




-- 
2 




3 
1 


2 


2 




q 


5 
9 

7 
3 

2 


1 
13 

13 

1 




2 




14 
49 

160 
30 
12 


1 


1 

1 


in 


1 




4 

1 

118 


11 




1 
100 






1 
50 


10 








50 




13 










14 























ARKANSAS. 



25,223 


528 


605 


24,090 


7,160 


128 


209 


6,823 


247 


2,651 


853 


1,374 


424 


51,961 


1,754 


15 


393 
161 
69 
933 
417 

196 
97 
.546 
113 
334 

419 
109 
128 
215 
284 

530 
393 
55 
183 
135 

105 
386 

195 
298 
103 

692 
60 
388 
340 
219 

161 

364 

47 
439 
904 

245 

91 

295 

228 

39 

274 
455 
332 
143 
227 

601 
263 
284 
35 
262 

41 
364 
111 
572 
121 

221 
633 
270 
146 
2,807 1 


16 
1 
2 

12 
3 

1 
1 
3 
4 
8 

4 
5 
7 
3 
9 

6 
11 


11 
4 
1 

11 
4 

2 
2 

7 
9 

8 
1 
4 
3 
4 

4 

14 


366 
156 
66 
910 
410 

193 

94 
541 
102 
317 

407 
103 
117 
209 
271 

520 
368 
55 
172 
133 

94 
322 
184 
277 
101 

681 
58 
384 
304 
214 

156 
348 
46 
386 
936 

240 
84 
285 
218 
33 

225 
425 
303 
138 
220 

490 
228 
258 
32 
247 

36 

3.58 
104 
554 
119 

195 
616 
250 
135 
2,762 


37 
33 
11 
90 
147 

91 
23 

188 
23 

113 

130 
56 
44 
64 
40 

92 
82 
29 
69 
151 

77 

70 

23 

^ 65 

5 

74 
10 
78 
135 
83 

48 
100 
15 
80 
245 

62 
11 
132 
41 
12 

138 
112 
83 
84 
94 

127 

146 

61 

12 

104 

15 
154 

48 
179 

69 

90 

612 

78 

46 

475 


2 




35 
33 
11 
80 
145 

§ 
185 

23 
109 

121 
52 
44 
64 
40 

86 
76 
15 
63 
149 

77 
65 
18 
54 
2 

74 
10 
74 
128 
79 

47 
94 
13 
72 
■ 239 

51 
10 
122 
38 
10 

134 
106 
68 
81 
82 

127 
110 
68 
11 
98 

15 
150 

48 
170 

68 

89 

606 

73 

46 

472 


1 


2 
25 
35 
28 
113 

40 

7 

171 

62 
7 

13 


2 
6 
8 
9 
36 

14 
2 
75 
21 
1 

3 






436 

476 

330 

1,209 

1,100 

635 
413 
381 
833 
1,191 

1,754 
393 
400 
626 
779 

582 
426 
42 
1,409 
239 

201 
1,762 

419 
1,175 

305 

65 
470 
826 
801 
912 

616 
1,284 
193 
837 
615 

1,070 
440 

1,778 
572 
107 

482 
1,120 
845 
845 
808 

346 
349 
286 
142 
256 

235 
494 
388 
426 
645 

340 

1,238 

686 

336 

1,348 


1 
23 


16 




12 
25 
16 
70 

24 
4 
63 
36 
6 

8 


7 
2 
3 
7 

2 

1 

33 

5 


17 






2 
13 


IS 


4 

1 


6 
1 


8 


19 




90 
6 


O! 








oo 


1 


2 


6 




19 
20 

15 
49 
85 
15 
19 

6 

2 


94 


4 

3 

3 




11 

6 
2 




6 
1 


2 


26 

97 










9S 








13 
77 

2 
142 
10 


4 
30 

2 
4 
2 


8 
42 


1 
5 


?9 








sn 


2 


4 
(i 

13 
5 
2 


1 
8 
2 


SI 


107 

7 


31 
1 


V 


1 
1 


S3 


6 

1 

7 
7 
2 
11 
1 

3 
1 
3 
15 
3 

4 
12 


5 
1 

4 
7 
9 
10 
1 

8 
1 
1 
21 
2 

1 

4 

1 

42 

10 

3 
3 
4 
6 
4 

32 
16 
12 
2 

1 

2 

25 
12 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 
14 
1 

11 

7 
15 

7 
24 


19 
3 

29 

65 
94 

1 


'I 












S5 




3 

6 










S6 


1 

2 

4 


4 
3 
7 
3 


7 

72 
5 


2 
9 
3 


4 

58 
2 


1 

5 


37 
SR 


3 


S9 




'fO 




40 
1 
11 
11 


15 
34 

17 
124 
14 

57 
87 


5 

7 




10 
2 


11 

3 

23 


41 






25 
17 
47 

11 

29 
32 


42 


4 
5 
2 




■IS 


2 
2 

1 
2 
1 
5 
6 

8 


32 

1 

13 
16 


45 
2 

15 
39 


44 


11 

47 
20 


45 


2 

9 


46 


4 

1 
3 


47 
48 


11 

18 

2 
4 
6 
4 
2 

17 
14 
17 
3 
6 

9 
10 
14 


1 


16 
53 

19 


12 
25 

4 


4 

26 

13 




3 
137 

17 
11 
28 
14 


49 


2 
2 


50 


3 
1 
2 
3 

1 

4 
3 
4 
3 
7 


5 


51 


8 




68 
135 


31 
35 


33 

85 


4 

15 


53 


2 
3 

10 

1 


54 


1 


55 


2 
110 
48 

3 
11 




2 

38 

28 

3 

6 




3 


56 


3 
11 


49 
16 


23 
4 




43 
3 
2 

6 

6 

20 


58 




59 


5 




4 


1 


60 


5 
4 

1 


61 


7 
2 
1 
1 


29 

1 










60 










63 










64 


12' 

1 
2 
3 
4 
1 

15 
10 

5 

4 
21 


5 


2 


29 

4 
32 


13 


13 

4 
22 


3 


11 


65 
66 




4 


2 


2 


8 


4 
37 

7 


67 




6fl 


4 
1 

1 

5 
4 


5 




1 
21 

5 
58 
9 
3 
239 


1 






69 




9 


12 

5 
13 
3 


70 




1 
17 




29 
260 
25 
17 
121 


71 


1 

1 


15 
3 
1 

88 


30 

3 

2 

142 


72 
7S 


7 
4 


74 


2 


1 


9 


75 



2073 AG- 



18 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURE&, 

ARKANSAS-Continued. 





C0DNTIE3. 


Number 
of Inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Randolph 


104 
235 
155 
110 
53 

1,686 
459 
145 
41 
221 

88 
V43 
459 
202 
567 


253 
529 
355 
283 
157 

2,058 
1,155 

388 
89 

853 

235 
962 

1,023 
604 

1,216 


83 
160 
120 
90 
54 

490 
832 
104 
28 
226 

71 
210 
358 
202 
411 


25 
24 
29 
27 
5 

94 

94 

32 

2 

112 

19 
23 
58 
25 
58 


4 

15 

24 

14 

8 

42 
36 
51 


6 
63 
5 
2 
6 

7 

134 

3 


1 

15 
2 

1 
1 

9 
17 
4 


23 
33 
21 
21 
11 

95 
89 
54 
16 
92 

15 
20 
47 
59 
102 


Ill 

219 

154 

128 

72 

1,321 

453 

140 

43 

313 

104 

671 
537 
256 
566 




9. 


St. Francis 




3 


Saline 


~ 


4 


Scott _. 




5 


Searcy .. _. 




6 


Sebastian 




7 


Sevier _ 




8 


Sharp __ 




9 


Stone 




in 


Union 


46 

12 
12 
14 
10 
13 


58 

5 

10 

4 

7 

57 


6 

9 
4 
5 
2 
9 




11 


Van Buren 




n 




12 


13 


White ___ 


14 


Woodruff - 


43 


15 


Yell 









CAIilFOENIA. 



16 


The State 


43,107 


26,969 


3,599 


491 


446 


1,866 


122 


1,106 


19,036 


313 




Alameda 


17 


4,268 


2,334 


194 


12 




4 


5 


83 


2,036 




18 


Alpine 






19 
20 
21 


Amador _ __. 


233 
605 
294 

253 

589 

56 

280 

1,305 

164 
1,106 
148 
493 
838 

237 
111 
7,153 
116 
480 

68 
434 
249 
169 

31 

426 
601 
7.50 
832 
617 

182 
787 

1,317 
200 

1,157 

1,269 

3,621 

927 

574 
419 

1,026 

2,379 

■1,071 

421 

142 

517 
652 
1,014 
415 
196 

175 
141 
614 
384 
494 

593 
214 


204 
479 
319 

313 
411 
77 
359 
659 

158 

1,150 

84 

134 

167 

211 

77 

3,108 

68 

374 

73 
462 
166 
333 

62 

338 
278 
745 
465 
467 

129 
405 
473 
135 
663 

574 
2,814 
644 
335 
313 

691 

781 
542 
404 
160 

600 
459 
512 
322 
228 

137 
247 
314 
268 
227 

371 
286 


26 
81 
65 

90 
56. 
22 
80 
73 

33 
240 
11 
16 
11 

35 

5 

337 

9 

49 

29 
73 
33 
136 
13 

69 
34 
106 
74 
72 

27 
38 
61 
21 
73 

57 
77 
84 
48 
51 

98 
72 
49 
92 
38 

128 
36 
51 
52 
49 

12 

79 
49 
64 
IS 

53 
50 


1 
17 
16 

7 
1 
2 
19 
14 

2 

45 
2 


_ 


3 

1 




4 
36 
10 

5 
20 

2 
14 
16 

7 
63 
2 
3 
7 

6 

4 

167 

7 

26 

8 

27 
9 
1 
3 

12 

7 
47 
29 
27 

4 
19 
14 

3 
22 

33 

22 
20 
7 
7 

21 
35 
27 
24 
7 

49 
16 
20 
15 
13 

5 

22 

6 
22 

8 

10 
8 


170 
327 
203 

204 
333 
49 
229 
546 

116 

788 

57 

112 

149 

143 

64 

2,611 

52 

293 

39 
328 
106 
188 

33 

244 
231 

625 
855 
338 

88 
310 
383 
105 
468 

416 
571 
408 
261 
234 

553 
637 
4.58 
258 
Ul 

355 
403 
406 
240 
162 

99 
123 
259 
174 
188 

295 
212 




Calaveras 


3 

7 

6 
1 

2 
6 
5 


2 


12 
19 


22 
23 
24 


Colusa _ 


1 




Del Norte _ __ __. 










26 




4 
2 


6 
3 


1 




Glenn 


27 




28 
29 
30 
31 


Humboldt — __ 

Inyo 


7 
12 


2 


5 




Kings 







2 


1 




3?, 


Lake 


7 

3 

26 


4 


11 
1 
2 


5 




33 


Lassen „ 


a 

35 
36 

37 
38 

39 


Los Angeles. __ 

Madera _ __ 


4 


21 





Mariposa . __ 


3 

2 

11 
7 
7 
5 

1 
6 

35 
6 

14 

4 
5 
6 
4 
6 

4 

2 

26 

9 

20 

13 
16 
6 

22 

1 

27 
2 
6 

13 
1 

3 

6 







3 





Merced , 


5 
9 
1 
3 

10 


6 


6 
2 


6 


40 














Monterey 






5 


4?, 


2 





43 


Napa 


45 
45 


Orange ___ — __ __ 


9 


1 


3 

1 

1 

6 
3 
1 


19 




1 


14 





47 


10 






49 




20 
8 
2 




50 




51 


San Bernardino. 










10 
250 
3 
8 
1 


i 

1 
1,738 


3 

3 
4 
3 

2 




52 


50 
150 


53 


San Francisco 


54 




55 




56 


San Mateo ^ 









Santa Barbara ___ 







57 


1 
14 


5 
5 
2 
2 




58 




59 
60 
61 


Santa Cruz ___ 


2 




Sierra ^ 


4 
3 

19 


2 









62 


10 


10 
2 


2 

17 


63 


Solano 


M 




65 


Stanislaus 


1 
1 
2 

5 
5 


12 


66 


Sutter 


1 
1 

1 
2 




Tehama 












12 


68 


Trinity 


69 


Tulare 


10 


70 


Tuolumne 


Vi 


Ventm-a 

Yolo 







4 
3 

3 
1 


2 




72 


4 
14 


6 

1 




10 


73 


Yuba ...._ 













GENERAL TABLES. 



19 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Oontinued. 

ARKANSAS— Continued. 



All horses. 



143 
234 
100 
135 
66 

1,866 

674 

138 

43 

260 

87 
869 
385 
238 
604 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Coital 

and 

under 2 

years. 



2 years 
and over. 



123 
212 

92 
132 

58 

1,799 
638 
126 
41 
237 

65 
856 
358 
223 
579 



All 
mules. 



34 

94 
84 
63 
18 

267 
357 
28 
21 
147 

87 
71 
73 
54 
266 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



2 years 
and 
over. 



83 
92 
30 
62 
14 

254 
354 
25 
20 
141 

26 
65 

70 

49 

254 



All 
sheep. 



298 
88 
22 



45 



Lambs 

under 1 

year. 



151 
17 

7 



Ewes 
1 year 
and 
over. 



102 
20 
14 



Rams 

and 

wethers 

lyear 

and 

over. 



571 
970 
411 
224 
279 

1,817 

1,668 

429 

218 

648 

374 

642 

1,432 

1,039 

1,687 



18 



25 

14 
8 

102 
40 
52 



CAX,IFOKNIA. 



88,884 


595 


475 


82,764 


2,232 


23 


54 


2,155 


448 


5,326 


1,635 


2,426 


1,265 


7,754 


1,840 


16 


6,901 


44 


33 


6,824 


49 






49 


11 


48 


37 


4 


2 


247 


389 


17 






18 


475 

1,085 

803 

541 

847 

68 

468 

2,575 

323 
1,436 

390 
1,243 

705 

460 

267 

10,825 

200 

1,038 

368 
678 
373 
858 
86 

727 

809 

1,135 

1,268 

941 

376 
1,420 
2,410 

348 
1,798 

2,081 
15,900 

1,697 
997 
937 

2,146 

3,957 

1,780 

959 

310 

1,065 
960 

1,603 
741 
847 

852 
261 
927 
754 
896 

952 
587 


1 
10 
4 

14 
8 


2 
11 
15 

8 
5 


472 

1,061 

784 

519 

884 

68 

461 

2,541 

316 
1,S93 

§79 
1,221 

685 

448 

262 

10,695 

197 

1,022 

345 
665 
368 
334 
80 

708 

803 

1,121 

1,236 

935 

371 
1,408 
2,372 

841 
1,780 

2,011 
15,856 

1,675 
984 
923 

2,108 

8,908 

1,703 

942 

804 

1,052 
955 

1,589 
727 
823 

S45 

255 
914 
743 
890 

925 
580 


61 
79 
19 

58 
5 
2 
18 
91 

33 

36 
133 

77 
5 

27 

2 

214 

3 

4 

85 
7 
4 
11 
18 

8 

15 
26 
38 
27 

7 
68 
16 

1 
81 

57 
94 
57 
17 
7 

46 
13 
56 
52 
20 

96 
19 
34 
82 
26 

18 
21 

11 

45 
171 

60 
32 






51 
74 
19 

57 
5 
2 
18 
91 

38 
36 
131 
77 
5 

25 

1 

204 

3 

4 

85 
7 
3 
10 
18 

3 

15 
26 
37 
27 

6 
56 

14 

1 

81 

62 
92 
60 
17 
7 

46 
13 
56 
51 
20 

94 
16 
84 
32 
22 

17 
20 
11 

45 
171 

38 
32 


1 
10 
7 

4 


4 
13 
11 

1 

5 


1 
7 
6 


2 
3 
5 

1 


1 
3 


15 

162 
51 

92 
102 
2 
109 
144 

104 

233 

50 

13 

33 

88 
26 
128 
38 
68 

36 

107 

118 

153 

9 

114 
34 

133 
46 

189 

37 
49 
128 
22 
82 

103 
2,183 

168 
84 
82 

114 

84 

245 

220 

46 

441 
116 

83 
204 

89 

28 
79 
42 
70 
86 

85 
155 


2 


19 


8 


2 


''n 




91 




1 




11 
29 


w 




2 


3 


?.8 










24 


3 
21 

5 
24 
10 
12 
14 

6 

4 
67 
2 
9 

4 

8 

8 

15 


4 
13 

2 
19 

1 
10 

6 

6 

1 
68 

1 

7 

4 
5 
2 
9 
6 

11 
2 
2 

10 

4 

2 
5 
20 
1 
9 

7 

24 

10 

6 

4 

12 
22 
12 
8 
6 

5 
3 

4 
4 
13 

5t 
6 
S 

8 

2 

9 
3 






2 
8 

2 
6 

50 
35 

1 


1 
8 

6 

21 
8 
4 
4 






1 


17 
8 

1 

12 


26 






1 

6 

8 


2 


26 








27 






4 
2 


9 
6 
2 
3 


28 




2 


ot, 




2 


9 
8 

16 
29 
199 
1 
80 

2 
5 

1 


30 






1 


31 




2 




32 


1 
1 












83 


9 


27 
1 
2 

10 
1 
1 
1 


13 
17 
3 


13 
13 






34 


4 
2 




35 






1 


3fi 








37 






16 
17 

1 




10 
4 


6 
1 


38 


1 




12 
1 


39 


1 


40 








2 

4 
10 
28 
22 
24 

1 
18 
44 


41 


8 
4 
12 
22 
2 

3 

7 
18 
1 
9 

13 
20 
12 
7 
10 

26 

27 

15 

9 






4 
1 
6 


10 
1 

1 


4 
1 


6 




42 








43 






1 




44 




1 






45 




15 

"4 
16 


17 
6 


9 
6 


1 


7 


4fi 




1 
1 
2 


47 


1 






48 


4 


2 


2 




49 




1 
48 

34 

25 

1 

2 

1 

4 
6 
2 
5 
5 

17 
4 
2 
2 
6 




50 






2 

240 

2,665 

17 


2 






8 

60 

572 

12 


61 




5 


40 

1,452 

7 


200 
597 


S2 


2 


616 
10 


.53 


7 


.54 






55 






4 

2,008 
4 
11 

1 


3 

800 


1 

801 
1 
8 




14 

54 
79 
22 
19 
4 

10 

13 

8 

■ 4 


56 






407 
3 


.57 






.58 






3 


59 


1 




1 


fiO 








61 


8 
2 
10 
10 
11 

2 




2 
2 


2' 
11 

6 
45 
34 




1 

6 

5 

18 

11 


1 

1 


62 


1 


4 

1 

26 

19 


63 

64 






1 
4 


65 


3 

1 
1 


1 


66 

67 






7 

5 

87 


1 
13 
4 
2 

7 
19 






1 
4 


8 
5 
13 
18 


68 


io" 

3 

4 

18 
4 




2 

1 
1 

7 
9 


7 
3 

1 


69 






70 








71 


7 


15 


2 

1 






10 






73 













20 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 
COLORADO. 



CONXHCTICTJT. 





OOUNITES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


The State — . 


17,931 


18,339 


2,159 


564 


1,063 


2,562 


143 


1,321 


8,409 


2,118 




Arapahoe - _ 


? 


4,584 
44 
22 
127 

1,254 

22.9 
23 
541 
104 
28 

152 
122 
41 
39 
115 

8 

1,156 

629 

125 

340 

6 
136 
145 
150 
240 

10 

19 

689 

207 

500 

845 
21 
71 
324 
198 

52 
184 
118 
180 
214 

129 
56 

250 

83 

1,211 

62 
96 
161 
80 
17 

137 

33 

150 

947 

32 

577 
19 


8,855 

33 

12 

170 

1,154 

182 
66 

351 
93 
15 

177 
81 
46 
48 

126 

8 

422 

343 

78 

229 

10 

136 
75 
86 

204 

24 
44 
217 
210 
373 

430 
39 
77 
356 
137 

124 
177 
122 
134 
130 

91 
94' 

178 
78 

534 

61 
149 
113 
72 
17 

81 
53 
103 
564 
66 

449 
42 


490 

10 

4 

58 

183 

42 
20 
51 
22 


323 
3 


1,007 


2,503 


104 


810 
2 


1,584 

18 

8 

107 

821 

130 
29 

268 
58 
15 

114 
71 
19 
31 
79 

8 

265 

243 

52 

193 

6 

84 

57 

81 

161 

9 

23 

184 

170 

314 

317 
23 
58 

239 
84 

50 
120 

98 
110 

93 

63 
62 

140 
62 

438 

44 
86 
67 
49 
10 

48 
33 
73 
393 
43 

380 
24 


2,028 


3 




4 












5 


Bent - 


3 
30 

2 

1 






1 
3 


1 
71 

8 
15 
18 




fi 




6 


3 


37 


7 


Chaffee - — _ 


8 


Cheyenne 










q 


Clear Creek 


4 
1 




2 




10 


Conejos 


11 




11 


Costilla 








12 


Custer 


41 

8 

3 

11 

31 


10 


3 






9 

2 

7 
4 
8 




13 


Delta 








14 


Dolores 


6 

2 
7 


1 




2 


8 


15 


Douglas — 




16 


Eagle - 


1 








17 


Elbert - — .._ 








18 




63 
53 
15 
31 

3 
35 
15 

2 
32 

5 
11 
21 
39 

51 

89 
12 
18 
71 
18 

44 
24 
24 
19 
13 

20 
20 
17 
2 
64 

10 
44 
34 
18 
3 

23 
17 
12 
113 
20 

38 
16 


3 
3 
6 
2 


1 
2 


30 
4 


5 


45 
38 
5 
2 

1 

4 
2 
2 
7 

7 
6 

7 

1 
7 

22 
2 
1 

15 
12 

6 

4 


10 


19 


Fremont _ _ 


20 


Garfield 






21 


Gilpin _ 


1 








22 


Grand - _ _ _ 








23 


Gunnison 


5 

1 


8 








24 


Hinsdale 








2b 
26 

27 


Huerfano-- 







1 




Kiowa 


3 
3 


1 









28 


Kit Carson 




3 
2 


1 
1 




79 


Lake 


2 








La Plata 












1 

1 
2 










3?, 






1 




33 
34 




Logan 








3b 
36 


Mesa 


28 
10 

8 
14 






__ 

1 

1 
6 





Montezuma 






12 
12 


37 


3 
5 




88 




4 


39 


Morgan 


41 




1 
4 

2 
6 
5 
5 
5 

1 
4 
3 
3 




1 




3 
20 

6 
6 

11 
4 

21 

6 
14 
8 






Park 








4?, 














^11 




















3 


2 
2 
6 


46 


Pueblo 


2 


1 




Rio Blanco 




47 








48 




49 


Routt 







1 




■iO 


Saguache 


1 
2 






51 


San Juan 





- 






San Miguel 


2 
2 
4 
20 






1 
2 


3 

6 
1 
3 
30 
3 

23 
2 




52 




53 




54 












Teller ~_'_~_Z 

"Washington 


10 
4 




1 
3 


' 






5H 


1 




Weld 




57 


8 












5S 


Yuma 



59 


The State 


20,378 


7,842 


603 


107 


136 


188 


18 


464 


6,044 


282 


bU 
61 


Fairfield 

Hartford- — 


4,972 
3,385 
2,300 
1,490 
4,494 

2,040 

587 

1,110 


1,927 
1,220 
742 
1,217 
1,061 

921 
287 
437 


141 
81 
66 

119 
59 

92 
15 
30 


10 
11 

17 
38 

7 

13 
10 

1 


19 

99 

1 

16 

1 


29 
10 
22 
65 
20 

14 

4 

24 


2 
1 
1 
5 
1 

5 
2 
1 


122 
82 
42 
75 
45 

» 61 
18 
19 


. 

1,504 
890 
569 
887 
,912 

702 
238 
342 


100 
■ 46 
24 
42 
16 

34 

... 


62 


Litchfield 


63 


Middlesex _ 


64 


New Haven— — 


65 


New London 


66 


Tolland 


67 


Windham _. 












GENERAL TABLES. 



21 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 

COLORADO. 





HOB 


SES. 




MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 

mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years. 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lamhs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Rams 

and 

wethers 

1 year 
and 

over. 




32,949 


415 


852 


32,182 


1,773 


19 


16 


1,738 


1,043 


234 


67 


26 


141 


2,374 


866 


1 


8,886 

151 

33 

240 

1,936 

390 
48 
617 
175 
63 

228 
281 
121 
65 
302 

15 
2,392 
788 
830 
506 

16 

265 
187 
328 
397 

33 

69 

1,207 

258 

773 

1,267 

28 

120 

695 

288 

156 
368 
264 
278 
448 

347 

66 

477 

149 

1,891 

122 
241 
447 
204 
63 

296 
57 

389 

2,239 

53 

878 
28 


44 
1 
1 
3 

23 

7 
4 
4 
9 


26 


8,816 

150 

32 

228 

1,892 

376 
40 
609 
161 
61 

220 
268 
115 
58 
275 

15 

2,345 

762 

310 

504 

15 

259 
186 
325 
389 

28 

58 

1,189 

256 

756 

1,214 

26 

118 

653 

280 

146 
352 
243 
264 
432 

344 

58 

471 

144 

1,848 

113 
235 
440 
203 
63 

288 
55 

384 

2,212 

47 

827 
24 


lis 

20 

6 

♦ 9 

89 

4 
1 

11 
2 




1 


117 

20 

6 

9 

86 

4 
1 
11 
2 


60 
1 


85 
2 


8 

2 


2 


80 


628 


37 
34 


9 




3 














4 


9 

21 

7 
4 
4 
5 
2 

4 
5 
4 
3 
11 






3 
89 

36 
2 
91 
12 


39 
1 


24 


1 
1 


14 


30. 
53 

20 
19 

3 
73 

1 

8- 
18 




5 


2 


1 


13 


6 






7 






2 


2 








8 










10 


q 














in 
















n 


4 
8 
2 
4 
16 


9 
6 
35 
4 
6 






9 
6 
33 
4 
6 


9 
1 
7 












n 
















tH 


2 














14 












4 
10 




15 






4 












16 
















17 


18 
11 
13 

1 


29 
15 
7 
1 

1 

1 


151 
12 
3 

7 


2 




149 
12 
3 
7 


55 
43 
13 
64 


60 

1 


15 

1 


15 


30 


662 
14 
5 

1 


6 

47 


18 




19 










20 






1 


1 








9^ 












TO 


5 
1 
1 
4 

3 

6 

5 

2 

12 

30 


11 

8 

354 

23 


1 




10 

8 

354 

22 


22 
58 










28 
4 




?R 














Oi\ 


2 
4 

2 

5 

13 
















0^ 




1 


10 










27 

6 
11 

4 
20 
10 

102 
5 


3 


?fi 












97 










1 
44 












W 


23 
15 
16 

411 






23 
15 
16 

411 


5 


4 


1 






99 










30 


5 

23 
2 
2 

18 
3 

6 
4 
5 
5 
5 

2 

2 

2 

4 

29 

1 






2 
32 












V 






8 


5 




3 


146 


39 








R3 


14 
9 
12 






14 
5 
12 














34 


24 
5 

4 

12 
6 
9 

11 

1 
6 
4 
1 
14 

8 
6 
3 
1 


4 




8 
31 

2 

12 

1 

8 

53 

48 
1 
38 










190 
8 

60 
46 
69 
26 
11 

2 
64 
10 

5 
53 

4 
38 

1 
14 




S5 














35 
















37 


16 
19 
24 
25 

4 






16 
19 
24 
24 

4 


3 


3 








38 




; 








39 














3 
1 


40 


1 












41 












4?, 






2 


2 






1 


"(3 


17 
17 
41 






17 
13 
32 






44 


4 














45 


9 


54 

2 
1 
17 

8 


5 


2 


2 


1 


27 


46 




47 


4 
39 

5 

7 

40 






4 
36 
4 

7 

40 












48 


4 




3 

1 












49 












5 


5il 














51 


6 
1 

5 
12 
2 

30 
2 


2 

1 






43 


3 




3 




33 


1 


f.'> 










53 


12 
81 






12 
81 


18 

82 

3 

3 

1 














54 


is' 

4 

21 

2 






1 




1 




24 
16 

39 
6 


22 


,55 










.56 


32 

1 


2 

1 




30 


16 


3 




13 




57 








58 



















40,688 



9,907 
7,540 
3,744 
1, 993 
10, 631 

3,726 

924 

2,123 



45 



COlOnECTICTTT. 



104 



40, 439 



9,875 
7,500 
3,736 
1,983 
10,590 

3,713 

923 

2,119 



47. 



18 



146 



67 



4,871 



886 
649 
646 
546 
1,383 

411 
176 
175 



22 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

DEL A WAKE. 





COUNTIES. 


Numher 

oJ iuclosures 

reporting 

domestic 

fi.TliTnfl.ls 


NEAT OATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


The state 


4,512 


1,238 


64. 


10 


11 


40 


2 


51 


1,053 


7 




Kent 


2 


1,132 
1,809 
1,571 


229 
560 
449 


6 
24 
34 




1 
4 
6 


10 
4 
26, 




4 

40 

7 


208 
480 
365 




3 




2 
8 




6 

1 


4 




2 







DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



The District.. 



3,868 



531 



27 



476 



FLORIDA. 



6 


The State 


7,367 


12,989 


2,909 


691 


438 


1,207 


148 


787 


5,143 


1,666 






7 


516 
80 

301 
50 
54 

175 
134 
155 
53 
95 

788 
567 
164 
186 
89 

86 
544 

28 
125 
146 

25 
108 
126 
305 

80 

7 

98 

68 

269 

91 

114 
396 
144 
96 
53 

238 
196 
157 


1,856 

110 

464 

49 

101 

612 
651 
325 
24 
183 

559 
623 
237 
289 
222 

331 
465 
48 
324 
263 

24 
139 
192 
339 
128 

53 
187 
178 
502 

26 

307 
436 
305 
212 
96 

142 
130 
822 


429 
25 

131 

6 

19 

148 
119 
126 

1 
44 

93 
74 
63 
65 
71 

77 

93 

4 

127 

74 

5 
31 
20 
80 
17 

4 
57 
36 
132 

6 

78 
93 
84 
54 
34 

8 
22 
126 


127 
13 
5 


123 


160 

15 

8 

22 

22 

12 
50 
15 
18 
9 

48 
149 
3 
12 
21 

7 


26 
3 
4 


165 

12 

54 

5 

10 

32 
17 
9 

1 
14 

15 
27 
13 
9 
6 

14 
14 
4 
14 
26 

1 
6 
5 
19 
2 


318 
42 

234 
16 
41 

153 
213 
153 
4 
74 

328 
344 
148 
156 
89 

89 
328 

16 
136 
107 

6 

81 

91 

190 

13 

4 

87 

76 

173 

10 

120 
274 
159 
55 
40 

102 

73 

213 


508 


8 


Baker : 


9 


Bradford 


7 


21 


10 


Brevard 


11 


Calhoun 


4 

25 
69 
8 


3 

19 
34 
1 


2 

6 
3 




12 


Citrus „ 


217 
146 
13 


13 


Clay _. 


14 


Columbia . 


15 


Dade 




16 


De Soto 


8 

21 
11 
8 
34 
15 

21 
15 

1 
18 

4 


5 

13 

1 

1 

7 

14 

26 
3 


1 

3 

4 
1 
6 


28 

38 
13 


17 
18 
19 


Duval. _ 

Escambia 

Franklin 


2U 


(Jadsdeu . 




21 


Hamilton 


6 

95 
10 


22 


Hernando 


2 
2 
2 
4 
2 


23 


Hillsboro 


24 


Holmes 


21 
14 
23 

12 
3 
56 
11 
8 

44 
13 
4 
51 


2,-1 




2 

7 


9 
20 


26 


Jefferson 


27 


Lafayette 


28 
29 
SO 


Lake 


17 

1 

12 

15 


1 

6 

6 

10 




Leon J 


4 
1 
8 

1 
3 
3 
5 

1 

4 
6 


9 

20 
55 

6 

13 
94 


31 

32 


Levy 

Liberty 


33 


7 
19 
17 

25 
3 

39 
4 
3 

1 

2 

25 


7 

10 

9 

9 

10 

4 
5 
4 

4 

1 

43 


7 
17 
21 


M 


Manatee 


35 




36 


Monroe 


37 




8 
6 
9 
27 


32 

54 
10 
18 


30 


38 


Orange __ 


39 


Osceola 


40 






41 


Polk. 


2 


47 
15. 

11 

12 

147 




Putnam __ 


42 


6 

9 

171 


5 
2 
19 


6 
9 

78 


43 


St. John 


44 


Santa Eosa 


45 


Sumter 




Taylor 


114 

4 
184 
13 
60 
86 


303 


71 


41 


14 


55 


1 


2 


.... 




47 
48 
49 




Wakulla 


135 

85 

187 

325 


26 
11 
40 
85 


3 
14 

9 
27 


... 

6 
11 


20 

3 

25 

37 


1 

1 
10 


__. 

14 
14 


... 

12 

66 

112 


8 
20 
26 
29 


fin 


Walton 


51 


Washington 



GEORGIA. 



52 


The State 


29,713 


37,620 


8,393 


1,614 


773 


1,624 


465 


2,052 


20,806 


1,893 






53 

54 


Applmg. 

Baker. 


■123 


244 


63 


7 


1 

11 
1 
2 

15 
5 


18 

15 
2 
14 

27 
3 


6 

4 
2 
2 

22 
4 
3 


31 

7 

12 
29 

45 

42 
4 


118 

99 

51 

215 

293 
679 
152 


S3 
2 
7 

76 

28 

6 


55 
56 
.57 


Baldwin 

Banks 

Bartow , 


208 

66 

334 

297 

1,516 

200 

185' 

130 
90 
85 
117 
t33 


204 

99 

324 

754 
879 
292 

254" 

242 
55 
190 
339 
1V8 


17 
25 
50 

223 
111 
99 

79" 

54 

2 
59 
61 
57 


18 
4 
6 

48 
7 
28 

ie" 

33 

._ 

18 
7 


58 




59 
60 
61 
62 


Bibb 

Brooks. L 

Bryan 

Bulloch. 

Burke 

Butts .__ 

Calhoun 


6 


1 


63 
64 

65 


4 
10 


24 
13 


111 

102 
53 
82 

134 
97 


12 

43 

... 

40 
5 


66 
67 


Camden 
Campbell 


5 
9 
2 


5 
56 


4 
3 

1 


15 
18 
9 











GENERAL TABLES. 



23 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES. JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES— Continued. 

DELATE AKE. 



HOESES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Coital 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years, 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 


Eams 

and 

wethers 

lyear 
and 
over. 




6,689 


28 


80 


6,631 


297 






297 


4 


11 


11 






4,115 


61 


1 












1,409 
3,903 
1,877 


18 
9 
6 


6 
U 
IS 


1,390 
3,883 
1,358 


16 
178 
103 






16 
178 
103 


1 

2 
1 










1,141 

740 

2,234 


4 
65 
2 


2 






11 


11 






3 










4 

















DISTRICT OT COLUMBIA. 



11,578 



48 



11,520 



276 



276 



30 



64 



B-LORIDA. 



7,531 


84 


53 


7,394 


3,254 


4 


14 


3,236 


59 


854 


163 


333 


358 


15,114 


1,341 


6 


497 
60 

118 
43 
29 

133 

103 

138 

45 

114 

1,034 
541 

68 
162 

98 

90 
799 

47 
128 

73 

41 
113 
124 
205 

58 

14 
118 

91 
293 

96 

124 

346 

74 

SO 

118 

235 
367 
150 


6 


9 


482 

-60 

110 

43 

29 

131 
103 
135 
43 
108 

1,030 
538 

67 
160 

98 _ 

89 
794 

46 
126 

72 

41 
113 
117 
202 

68 

14 
117 

82 
289 

92 

110 

340 

73 

83 

117 

233 
358 
139 


249 

159 

223 

10 

24 

216 
67 
64 
13 
10 

224 
47 
14 
37 

171 

54 
126 
83 
85 
27 

105 

21 

9 

49 

98 

20 
85 
20 
191 
18 

15 

61 

3 

158 

130 

36 
28 
15 


1 


4 


244 
159 
223 
10 
23 

216 
67 
64 
13 
10 

220 
47 
14 
35 

171 

54 
126 
83 
86 
24 

105 
21 
9 
49 
98 

20 
85 
20 
190 
18 

15 
61 

1 
158 
130 

36 
28 
15 


17 










1,120 
274 
916 
144 
348 

1,279 
353 
119 
527 
468 

494 
226 
18 
314 
176 

218 

78 

74 

341 

364 

60 

131 

640 

562 

1,256 

33 
233 


42 


7 










8 


7 


i 
















50 


9 






1 
8 










10 








1 










1 

145 
22 
48 


11 


1 


1 




126 


32 


56 


37 


12 








13 


2 


1 

2 
4 

3 

1 
















14 
















15 


2 

1 
2 
1 
2 
















16 




4 


9 
4 


1 


1 






31 
101 

8 
70 


17 








18 














19 




2 














20 
















21 




1 
2 
















41 
18 
6 
23 
34 


22 


3 

1 
2 

1 








61 




33 


28 


23 










24 








1 










25 




1 


2 










26 












27 






















2« 


5 
2 


2 

1 






2 
3 












29 






1 


1 






17 


30 










31 




















7 


32 


1 
1 
4 

4 

7 
4 


-- 
















33 






1 
1 










34 




1 


98 
12 


21 
2 


37 
10 


40 


901 
63 

147 
178 
564 
293 
18 

62 
110 
811 


181 
104 

4 


36 






36 


7 
2 
1 
3 










37 
















38 




2 


2 










.39 


4 
1 

2 

7 
10 




100 






100 


15 


40 












41 


















6 
26 
283 


42 


2 
1 






7 


1 
235 




i 

121 




43 






46 


68 


44 








45 


92 

6 
291 
18 
55 
93 






92 

5 

291 

18 

65 

91 


130 

6 
36 
57 

8 
62 






130 

6 
36 
57 

8 
52 












139 


8 


46 




















47 










3 










174 
135 
170 
603 


48 



















7 
29 
14 


49 












220 


60 


75 


85 


M 


1 


1 








51 



















GEORGIA. 



21,016 


117 


222 


20,677 


7,540 


30 


106 


7,404 


126 


5,745 


1,147 


2,499 


2,099 


39,638 


2,045 


52 


81 






80 


58 




12 


46 


' / 










286 


37 


53 
















64 


156" 

30 

234 

187 

1,105 

130 




5 

1 


150 

29 

233 

187 

1,091 

129 


36 
4 
44 

121 

301 

35 






35 

4 

43 

120 
300 
35 


1 










182 
106 
397 

829 

1,282 

435 


3 


56 






5 


1 


2 


2 


56 






1 


7 


1 

8 
SB 
44 


57 




1 


400 
2 


60 

1 


200 
1 


150 


58 




12 


1 


5 
12 


69 






60 
















61 


127 

119 
92 
72 
67 
36 




1 

1 


125 

118 
92 
68 
63 
36 


119 

14 
18 
14 
37 
7 






119 

14 
18 

4 
37 

7 


1 


8 






8 


408 

254 
19 
310 
430 
187 


7 

34 
7 


ep 










6S 


















64 




3 
3 




10 


3 










65 




21 
21 




20 
21 


1 


9 


66 










67 




























24 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.-NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 
GE ORGIA— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE 












All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 




CarroU ._ 


347 

76 

14 

1,470 


535 

79 

45 

1,335 


169 
20 
13 

172 


19 

2 

2 

40 


8 

1 

4 

34 


18 


5 


25 
5 
3 

77 


291 
51 
15 

655 




1 

2 
3 






7 
82 


1 
16 


259 


4 
5 

fi 


Chatham 


Chattooga 


262 
195 
925 
134 
67 

2 

576 
14 
9 
36 

419 
29 

116 
14 

158 

449 
165 
252 
133 
61 


605 
277 
701 
175 

77 


128 
87 

120 
56 
22 


25 

17 

14 

1 


48 
4 

1 


40 


2 
8 
5 
4 


27 

15 

17 

7 

8 


226 

187 

622 

85 

48 


9 
9 

20 
19 
4 


7 




S 


Clarke- 


2 
3 


q 


Clay 


10 
11 






Clinch 










T> 


Cobb 


666 
47 
26 
31 

453 
17 

292 
15 

304 

494 
297 
503 
140 
125 


134 
14 
2 
5 

107 
4 

90 
2 

94 

105 
69 

153 
21 
31 


18 
8 
2 


4 

2 


13 


4 
1 


15 

1 


432 
11 
4 
24 

307 

7 

181 

11 

142 

312 
150 
260 
114 
72 


46 
10 


IS 




H 
15 




18 








2 
S3 




16 




2 






4 




17 






6 
7 




18 


Dade 


29 
2 
13 

7 
25 
48 


7 


2 


9 


17 


19 




'>n 


Decatur 


9 


10 

8 

14 

6 


1 
8 


13 

38 

16 

6 

5 

15 


22 

16 

14 
5 


''1 




ii 




9 
24 


9S 


Dooly „ 


1 


0/| 




■"^ 


Douglas 








1 


6 


''R 










07 


Echols 






















OS 




5 
31 
136 

123 
55 
950 


11 
78 
309 

164 

143 

1,237 


2 
5 
83 

34 

63 

276 


2 


2 


1 




1 
16 
22 

4 

5 

43 


3 

17 
111 

109 
33 
749 




oq 


Elbert 


2 
9 

4 


38 
30 

1 
42 
32 


an 




26 
2 


12 


16 
10 


31 




V> 






"iS 


Floyd _ 


55 


29 


88 


15 


34 




RS 




160 

2,829 
2 


186 
2,739 


40 
381 


5 
31 


1 
7 


8 

7 


1 
28 


5 
116 


123 
2,080 


3 

89 


RR 


Fulton __ 


87 


Gilmer , 


38 


Glascoclc 




















3<) 


Glynn __ _ _ 


313 

151 

260 
894 
104 
468 
112 

317 
19 

110 
29 

111 

133 

148 
255 
50 
167 

118 
49 

413 
61 
28 


375 
273 

306 
489 
458 
499 
263 

505 
56 
149 
186 
164 

121 

205 

298 

45 

250 

147 
82 
377 
113 
34 


77 
72 

77 
132 

91 
108 

60 

103 
21 
41 
42 
45 

13 

52 

57 

6 

70 

39 

9 
44 
23 
11 


13 

25 

1 

18 
30 
13 
45 

16 
3 
2 

20 
2 

18 
8 
3 
2 

83 

9 

2 

13 

18 

3 


4 




6 

7 

3 

18 
2 

1 
5 

4 


44 
24 

16 
20 
25 
17 
5 

40 

6 

1 

18 

12 

4 
19 
70 


200 
137 

188 
285 
281 
329 
125 

210 
19 
92 
31 
78 

82 
114 
151 

37 
130 

77 

39 

182 

63 

9 


25 


40 


Gordon 


8 

5 
2 
5 
5 
13 

83 
6 
2 

53 

15 


41 




6 
1 
11 
3 
5 

83 
2 
8 
8 

11 


10 
7 
13 
23 
5 

16 


4'' 


Gwinnett 


41 


Habersham 


44 


Hall _ .. 


45 


Hancock 


4fi 




47 


Harris — _ 


48 


Hart . 




3 
9 

1 

2 

5 
12 


49 


Heard __ „ _ 


5 


fiO 


Henry 


51 


Houston 


2 
4 
1 


50 


Irwin - 


1 


2 
4 


53 


Jackson-. _ _ 


54 






55 


Jeiterson 


3 

1 


1 
4 


2 

2 

1 

10 


11 

15 
6 

22 
7 






Johnson . 


55 






Jones 




25 


58 




4 


102 




Lee - 




2 
8 


60 


Liberty — . 




6 


2 


61 


Lincoln 






«'2 


Lowndes 


276 

134 

74 

277 

151 
118 
95 
89 
94 

68 
7 
127 
304 
298 

3 

783 

214 

42 

18 


336 

189 

66 

705 

200 
172 
95 
183 
245 

70 
2 
174 
691 
308 

7 
548 
316 
61 
55 


91 

49 

7 

213 

63 
53 
24 
82 
66 

17 


10 


6 
3 




4 


16 

15 

1 

69 

5 
19 

5 
21 
23 

5 


210 

118 

58 

222 

126 
82 
64 
86 
92 

46 


-' 


63 


Lumpkin 


2 


'2 


64 


McDuffle 







66 

66 
67 
68 


Mcintosh 

Macon 


20 

3 

7 


30 


75 
3 


10 


06 


Marion , 


i 


1 


8 

1 

12 

14 


7 


69 


Merlwetlier 

Miller ._ 


6 
9 

' 2 


4 

1 


22 
24 




26 


71 


Milton ._ 

Mitchell 


73 
74 


Monroe : 

Montgomery -_ 


26 
181 
50 

1 
109 
92 
16 

8 


7 
26 
26 


3 
10 
40 


120 
8 


1 
19 


50 


____ 

285 
179 

4 

38.S 

141 

38 

19 


1 
6 


75 






Murray 




76 




2 
30 
25 

6 
14 




■78 


Newton 


6 

18 
1 
9 


-- 


2 

8 


5 
3 


13 
21 


79 


Oconee 






1 


2 


iiiiiii::;:: 


1 2 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Oontinued. 



25 



GEORGIA— Continued. 



HORSES. 


MUI,E3. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 

207 

35 



1,879 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

yeai'. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 
lyear 
and 
over. 


Rams 
and 
wethers 
1 year 
and 
over. 






2 


205 
35 

1,866 


57 

10 

10 

636 




1 


56 

10 

10 

636 




24 


7 


9 


8 


460 
143 
86 
669 


7 
31 


1 






1 






1 

12 














;t 


1 






3 


177 


4 


77 


96 


112 


4 






^ 


111 
106 
475 
120 
30 

5 

347 

22 

8 
13 

232 

10 

48 

5 

207 

198 
67 
190 
164 
29 


3 




108 
106 
474 
116 
29 

5 
843 

8 
13 

231 

10 

41 

5 

204 

187 
64 
190 
162 
29 


29 
49 
86 
15 
3 

14 
40 

5 
89 

4 

61 
13 
40 
3 
29 

83 

27 

2S 

13 

8. 


1 




28 
49 
86 
15 
3 

14 
40 

5 
89 

4 

61 
13 
38 
3 
22 

80 
27 
28 
13 
8 


3 

3 

• 1 

2 


20 


4 


16 




451 
293 
715 
316 
59 


2 


6 








7 


1 

1 








5 






5 


21 
7 


8 


3 

1 










9 














10 




















11 


2 


2 








6 




4 


2 


603 
56 

8 
24 

589 
37 

518 
10 

218 

452 
680 
516 
25 

71 


3 


12 










13 






















14 










2 












15 


1 
















2 


16 


















17 


1 


3 


1 


1 


1 


93 


8 


23 


62 


102 


18 
19 


1 

2 
3 


2 
9 


1 


6 
3 


22 
3 










26 

10 
13 
6 
7 
1 


20 


6 
296 






6 
52 


21 




39 


205 


22 










23 


1 


1 
















24 
















25 




















?6 
































27 


6 

57 

' 99 

47 

17 

566 






6 
56 
98 

44 
16 

548 


80 
25 
169 

19 

11 

205 






80 
25 
161 

15 

11 

202 












107 

61 

508 

264 
74 
812 




■'S 


1 

1 

2 
1 
6 


















1 

77 


21 


1 


3 

1 


5 
3 












SO 


2 


6 
2 
33 


3 


3 

1 
20 






31 


1 
4 




32 


12 




3 


2 


9 


19 


33 




34 


81 

2,797 
16 




2 
7 


79 

2,787 
16 


24 
982 


2 




22 
970 


1 
3 


7 
2 


2 


2 
2 


3 


179 
952 




.35 


3 


12 


100 


36 








37 




























38 


348 
86 

107 
151 
203 
270 
101 

130 
21 
80 
20 
60 

101 
130 
120 
39 
98 

53 
26 
215 
41 
43 


1 
1 

2 

1 
2 
1 
3 

5 


1 
3 

1 

1 
3 
2 
2 

1 


346 
82 

104 
149 
198 
267 
96 

124 
21 
80 
15 
60 

100 

130 

119 

39 

98 

53 
26 
172 
41 
43 


46 
15 






46 
15 












81 
314 

307 
525 
498 
401 
189 

363 
31 

164 
71 

146 

192 
242 
313 
30 
475 

841 
80 
834 
147 


53 


39 






1 
1 


24 


6 


5 


13 


40 






21 
6 
3 
4 

17 

34 
1 
1 
1 
i 

2 

1 
4 


41 


19 
40 
89 
6 

64 






19 
40 
89 
5 

61 










42 






1 
2 

1 

3 


4 


1 




3 


43 








44 


1 




16 
191- 


4 
- 52 


10 
118 


2 
21 


45 


3 


46 




47 






17 
11 
4 

33 
11 
27 
22 
12 

17 

o 

198 

6 

52 






17 
10 
4 

33 
10 
27 
22 
12 

17 

2 

198 

6 

52 




2 






2 


48 


2 


3 


1 










49 




1 










fiO 


1 
















51 






1 












.W 





1 






1 


1 






,53 














,54 




















24 
15 


55 


1 


















56 




















.W 


2 


41' 






8 










19 
11 


,58 














59 













37 




35 


2 


60 


















61 


328 
84 
54 

162 

131 
74 
34 
78 
47 

86 

32 

105 

123 

122 

3 

650 

106 

20 

11 


1 
1 


1 
1 
1 
4 


328 
82 
53 

156 

129 

66 

. 31 

77 

47 

34 

32 

101 

120 

120 

3 
545 
103 
20 

n 


97 
44 
4 
83 

17 
9 
8 

13 
111 

17 

1 

18 

168 

24 

2 

181 

21 

3 




_. 


97 
42 
4 
83 

17 
9 
8 

13 
111 

17 

1 

18 

168 

24 

2 

ISl 

21 

3 




3' 

1 

25 


-.... 


2 




80 
110 
313 

256 
156 
143 
205 
660 

70 
15 
196 
1,330 
344 

12 

620 

279 

41 

30 


10 
2 
40 

2 


63 




2 


1 
7 


64 


-- 

2 
i 






8 


10 


65 






1 


66 


5 














67 



















13 
6 


68 
69 


2 










3,100 
943" 


600 
304 


1,200 
423 


1,300 
210 




70 

71 

72 


1 
1 
1 


3 
2 
1 








--- 


6 


10 


5 


5 
49 
18 


73 
74 








75 
















76 


3 

1 


2 








S3 


Jo' 


20" 


_. 


2 


// 
78 








79 






























26 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 

49 
50 
51 
52 
53 

54 
55 
56 
57 

58 
59 
60 
61 

62 
63 
64 
65 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND IN0L0SURE8, 
GB OKGIA— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 

170 
312 
85 
302 
467 

334 
80 
71 
14 

133 

856 
131 
26 
213 
557 

94 
384 
125 

76 
395 

48 

826 

242 

1,058 

1 

448 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Paulding 


97 
224 

26 
301 
416 

205 
105 
47 
12 
140 

1,259 

84 

20 

119 

579 

83 
556 
129 

63 
174 

44 

230 

233 

482 

1 

512 


44 

90 

9 

91 

111 

91 
10 
19 
3 
37 

37 

39 

4 

59 

122 

24 
82 
38 
21 
122 

13 

257 

12 

252 


19 
4 

14 
8 

20 

5 


5 
6 
6 

1 
1 

5 


14 

3 

11 


1 
4 
5 
1 
2 

1 


2 

28 

5 

9 

19 

6 

10 


80 
176 

25 
189 
275 

166 
59 
40 
9 
81 

764 
56 
16 
86 

370 

67 

238 

78 

53 

168 

13 
331 
204 
453 

1 

298 


5 
1 
10 
3 
3 

25 
1 


2 


Piokena 


3 


Pierce 


4 


Hke 


5 


Polk 


36 
35 


fi 


Pulaski 


7 


Putnam 


8 


Quitman._ __ 






12 




9 


Rabun- 


1 
4 

U 
4 

1 
24 
5 






1 
5 

27 
9 




1(1 


Randolph 


1 
4 


2 
6 


1 

4 
1 
1 

4 


2 

S 

22 
4 
11 
14 

1 
21 


11 


Richmond 


12 


Rockdale 


13 


Schley 






14 


Screven _ „ 


11 


4 
29 


14 
17 

2 

27 

4 

2 

16 

6 

30 

6 

48 


15 


Spalding _. 


16 


Stewart 






IV 


Sumter 


3 
3 


2 


9 
2 


2 


18 


Talbot- 


19 


Taliaferro 








21) 


Tattnall 


36 

3 
69 

6 
81 


18 


4 


6 

1 

6 

2 

16 


25 

12 
35 
11 
83 


21 


Taylor __ 


'>;>, 


Telfair 


36 


62 
1 
93 


23 


Terrell..^ 


'>A 


Thomas 


32 


25 


Towns __ 


2fi 


Troup __ 


116 


2 


4 


2 


2 


24 


27 




29 
30 


Upson - 

walker 


107 
245 

163 
467 
152 
268 

60 


---- 

424 

175 
819 
273 
815 

136 


12 

90 

53 

214 

• 70 

82 

30 


__ 
48 


5 
53 




3 

1 

5 

18 

2 

2 

5 


__ 
27 

9 
88 

9 
14 

5 


--- 
205 

99 
344 

92 
174 

65 


9 




31 

32 
s;! 


Walton 




9 

84 


Warren — 


44 
36 
6 

13 


20 

13 

3 

4 


57 
61 
29 

14 


34 


Washington 


35 


Wayne __ 


5 


36 
37 


Webster . 

White 


38 


Whitfield 

Wilcox 


415 

218 
148 
38 
312 


381 

503 

188 

62 

892 


54 

134 
30 
15 

221 


___ 

31 

5 

4 
69 


_. 

13 

7 

1 
37 




1 

16 
4 
3 

11 


... 

54 

7 

3 
53 


6 

290 

186 

105 

36 

260 




39 


30 


39 
30 

143 


40 


Wilkes— 


41 


Wilkinson 


4'^ 


Worth 








98 



IDAHO. 



The State- 



Ada 

Bannock 

Bear Lake- 
Bingham 

Blaine 



Boise 

Canyon _ 

Cassia 

Custer -_ 
Elmore - 



Fremont.. 

Idaho 

Kootenai . 
Latah 



Lemhi . 



Lincoln 

Nez Perces- 
Oneida 



Owyhee 

Shoshone _ 
Washington . 



3,856 



Fort Hall (Indian Reservation), 



510 
189 
202 
149 
241 

215 
65 
42 

172 
96 

229 
373 
158 
364 



238 
33 



110 



4,125 




— 








ILLINOIS. 














66 


The State. __ _ 


142,889 


110,640 


9,751 


2,206 


6,674 


29,513 


1,868 


3,320 


56,439 


1,869 


bV 


Adams 

Alexander 


2,486 
354 
549 
572 
341 


1,080 
2:33 
493 
156 
245 


125 
34 
75 
10 


8 

7 

28 

15 


4 




1 
3 
3 

1 
1 


51 

20 

34 

3 

6 


884 
161 
349 
96 
163 


7 
2 
4 
18 
7 


fiq 


Bond 


6 


70 


Boone 





71 




13 

7 










2 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Oontinued. 

GEORGIA— Continued. 



27 





HOKSES. 




MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 


Earns 

and 
wethers 
1 year 

and 

over. 




21 

108 

13 

229 

184 

163 

42 

7 

4 

116 

1,409 

81 

19 

69 

272 

63 

826 

51 

19 

156 

28 
110 
147 
382 

14 

324 






21 
103 

12 
225 
181 

163 

42 

7 

4 

114 

1,402 

80 

19 

60 

263 

63 
326 
61 
19 
155 

25 
104 
145 
379 

14 

319 


17 

30 

5 

56 

169 

94 

5 

12 






17 
23 
5 
50 
169 

94 
5 
12 


4 


4 






4 


181 

448 
184 
404 
892 

439 
116 
55 
18 
260 

148 

86 

32 

328 

328 

177 
558 
176 
76 
822 

136 

928 
235 
572 


2 

6 

18 

38 

225 

8 

1 


1 


1 


4 
1 
3 
3 




7 






9 














3 


1 


5 


1 


1 
2 

1 










4 










6 
















6 


















7 




















8 




















8 

1 

47 

1 


9 


2 
3 




26 

309 

4 

3 

38 

57 

7 
86 
15 

1 
272 

6 

91 

40 

252 

11 

33 






26 

305 

4 

3 

87 

57 

6 

82 

15 

1 

272 

5 

89 

40 

243 

11 

33 












10 


4 

1 




4 


6 


12 


3 


6 


3 


11 




12 


















13 




9 
4 




1 












47 
1 

2 
7 
5 
11 
26 

18 
40 

5 
43 


14 


5 






2 

1 
11 






2 

1 

1 


15 


1 










16 






4 




2 


8 


17 










18 




















19 


1 


















W 


3 

2 
2 
3 


1 
1 






2 
74 




2 
29 




21 


4 


1 


1 


10 


85 


22 




5 


4 




10 






10 


94 










95 


2 


3 






3 


6 


3 


1 


2 


567 


10 


26 






27 
































98 


109 
136 

136 
190 
104 
167 

26 


1 
1 

1 
2 
2 
4 

1 




108 
132 

134 

188 

98 

160 

25 


24 
29 

16 

167 
2 
66 

14 




4 
2 


20 
24 

16 

168 
1 
56 

14 




2 
51 

1 
12 






2 
51 


109 
626 

246 
752 
308 
648 

240 


1 
137 

4 

86 

3 

9 


29 


3 

1 


3 


2 






30 




1 


31 




9 
1 






12 


39 


4 
3 










3S 




1 


22 


8 


18 


1 


34 






35 




















36 


5 
227 

49 
142 

26 
163 






5 
222 

48 
142 

26 
160 


10 
41 

45 

27 

9 

275 






10 
39 

45 

24 

9 

274 












3 

402 

879 

156 

125 

1,601 




37 


5 






2 


5 










2 

54 


38 


1 












39 




2 


1 


1 










40 
















41 


1 


2 




1 












12 


49 

















IDAHO. 



9,232 


203 


163 


8,866 


373 


2 


5 


366 

■ 


129 


226 


137 


53 


36 


1,840 


1 


43 


1,292 
300 
353 
398 
639 

578 
205 
89 
574 
194 

542 

1,071 

230 

621 

138 
144 
512 
65 

434 
534 
296 
23 


17 
8 
10 
37 
10 

15 
2 
3 
3 
6 

32 

10 

2 

U 


14 
3 
11 
20 
22 

9 


' 1,261 
289 
332 
341 
607 

654 
203 
85 
563 
180 

487 

1,044 

225 

607 

134 

137 

494 

60 

429 

524 

287 

23 


16 

5 
2 
2 
36 

8 

2 

2 

?0 

16 

2 
25 

1 
15 

3 
2 

12 
1 

172 

30 

2 






15 
5 
2 
2 

36 

8 
2 
2 
17 
16 

2 
22 

1 
14 

3 
2 
12 
1 

172 
30 
2 




1 
12 
43 
29 
28 

18 


1 
12 
28 
26 
22 

14 






52 

26 

182 

324 

98 

66 
11 
40 
49 
12 

432 
125 
44 
168 

9 
10 

89 
• 51 

12 
76 
24 




'll 














45 








9 
3 
5 


6 


1 


46 








47 






6 
7 


1 
4 




48 








49 










SO 


1 
8 
8 

23 
17 
3 
3 

4 
3 
3 

1 

1 
3 
6 






1 


5 


5 








■ir 


1 


2 








59 


3 

4 
14 












53 






12 
24 


11 
10 


1 
12 






54 


1 


2 


2 




55 




56 




1 


1 
1 


7 


1 




6 




57 








58 


4 
15 

4 

4 
7 
3 
















59 






1 


3 


1 


1 


1 


60 








61 






91 


















44 


6 


22 


16 




63 










61 


















65 































ILLINOIS. 



239,108 


2,606 


2,237 


234,265 


6,271 


111 


137 


6,023 


424 


108,218 


10,522 


27,032 


70,664 


155,050 


2,962 


66 


3,471 
602 
750 
930 
490 


45 
9 

20 
12 
11 


24 
3 

13 
5 
8 


3,402 
590 
717 
913 
471 


89 
174 
24 

1 
10 


2 
8 

1 




87 

170 

23 

1 

• 10 




50 
22 
192 


26 


2-1 




1,411 
349 
733 
105 
365 


22 
5 
6 
1 


g'- 


1 


10 
5 


22 




81 


111 


(5r 






7f 






ii 


56 


4 


42 


16 


71 



28 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 
ILLINOIS— Continued. 



Bureau — 
Calhoun _ 
Carroll- 



Champaign _ 



Christian . 

Clark 

Clay. 



Clinton _ 
Coles..-_ 



Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland . 

Dekalb 

Dewitt 



Douglas 

Dupage 

Edgar 

Edwards-,. 
Etllngham _ 



Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin., 

Fulton 

Gallatin _, 



Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton _ 
Hancock- 
Hardin 



Henderson- 
Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper i. 



Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess _ 

Johnson 

Kane 



Number 
ol inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



Kankakee . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

Lasalle 



Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston... 

Logan 

McDonough . 



McHeury . 

McLean 

Macon 

Macoupin- 
Madison 



Marion ._. 
Marshall _ 

Mason 

Massac- 



Menard . 



Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

Moultrie 



Ogle — 
Peoria - 
Perrj' ._ 

Piatt 

Pike — 



Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam... 
Randolph- 
Richland _ 



Rock Island . 

St. Clair 

Saline 

Sangamon ... 
Schuyler 



1,977 
148 
819 
827 

2,527 

1,600 
741 
411 
549 

1,191 

30, 513 

574 

417 

1,527 



1,114 

1,491 

318 

625 

689 
930 
317 
2,066 
509 

871 
1,098 

279 
1,416 

110 

350 
1,663 
1,510 
1,085 

404 

619 
396 
762 
299 
3,061 

1,203 
496 
2,176 
1,471 
3,911 

422 
1,374 
1,549 
1,087 
1,314 

1,243 
3,262 
2,037 
1,889 
2,021 

712 
718 
566 
300 
664 

1,097 

293 

1,283 

1,264 

463 

1,444 

3,340 

790 

798 

1,266 

113 
343 
187 
943 

697 

1,934 
2,779 

407 
2,638 

427 



All neat 
cattle. 



1,243 

107 

397 

1,092 

1,597 

1,003 
576 
409 
404 
616 

21,218 
439 
376 
517 



531 

662 
938 
276 
496 

626 
678 
293 
1,196 
484 



717 

277 

1,193 

82 

608 

1,205 

1,198 

756 

378 

508 
270 
518 
243 
1,195 



273 
1,268 

812 
2,281 

312 

609 

1,017 

636 



574 
1,842 



1,127 



475 
136 
366 

919 
158 
905 
808 
363 

1,067 

14, 763 

603 

402 

887 

100 
223 
141 
797 
428 

946 
l,0i;7 

314 
1,201 

227 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



154 
13 
36 
103 
159 

139 
120 
51 
27 
83 

1,333 
97 
91 
46 
83 

64 
20 
184 
49 
65 

84 
64 
46 
135 
96 

84 
90 
38 
212 
13 

38 
155 
132 

79 
112 

45 
28 
20 
33 
234 

48 
27 

168 
53 

261 

60 
90 

116 
68 

162 

19 
153 

74 
147 

73 

70 



43 

131 
11 
93 
51 
52 

180 
133 
44 
31 
120 

23 
36 
13 

79 
35 

71 
52 
40 
133 
33 



NEAT CATTLE. 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



23 

1 

2 

166 

20 

18 
6 
2 
6 

10 

273 
22 
12 
13 
40 

6 
15 



34 
32 
7 
16 
40 

10 

8 

4 

42 

4 

197 
15 
47 
16 
5 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 



173 
97 

83 
13 
63 



Steers 3 

years and 

over. 



254 

5 

6 

3 

43 



10 
~i20' 



4 
100 



214 
2 



12,699 

1 

8 

2 

14 



Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 



9,315 

i 



773 
4 
2 
1 



Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



3 
1 
1 

10 

534 

1 



430 

29 

14 

29 

9 

19 

109 
24 



6 
10 
5 

62 

12 
20 
44 
25 
136 



19 
47 
53 
37 

24 
141 
37 
37 
47 

6 
5 

29 
3 
17 

43 

9 

46 

14 

5 

44 
64 
28 
15 
50 

5 
12 

5 
67 



Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



968 



344 
318 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



1,220 


29 


766 


10 


407 


7 


270 


3 


333 


11 


503 


8 


5,230 


226 


259 


22 


239 


4 


402 


21 


435 


41 


437 


5 


467 


40 


704 


9 


191 


11 


378 


4 


451 


6 


552 


28 


233 


2 


859 


64 


255 


25 


468 




585 


1 


229 


3 


825 


36 


60 




176 


7 


897 


27 


886 




612 


20 


252 


5 


442 




227 


3 


428 




197 


3 


848 


49 


502 


6 


219 




1,024 


12 


664 


16 


1,720 


62 


225 




487 




796 


24 


421 


19 


599 


97 


454 


49 


1,438 


61 


793 


12 


898 


16 


828 


30 


401 


8 


299 


3 


253 


6 


120 


3 


293 


3 


644 


14 


124 


11 


705 


16 


522 


7 


293 


6 


668 


64 


799 


28 


522 


6 


333 


7 


675 


13 


67 


3 


156 


4 


119 




590 


24 


S46 


10 


778 


28 


860 


36 


220 


2S 


990 


IS 


176 


IL' 



GENERAL TABLES. 



29 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Continued. 

ILTJNOIS— Continued. 



All horses. 



3,173 
180 
1,292 
1,240 
3,541 

1,934 

1,030 

578 

634 

1,779 

76,463 

843 

569 

2,458 

1,463 

1,177 

1, .594 

1,873 

445 

764 

897 
1,291 

408 
2,837 

650 

1,142 
1,250 

322 
1,998 

111 

657 
2,4.52 
2,124 
1,140 

544 

620 
658 

1,148 
352 

6,165 

1,895 
781 
3,176 
2,426 
5,558 

608 
2,151 
2,393 
1,486 
1,958 

2,260 
5,146 
2,851 
1,938 
2,679 

832 
1,084 
820 
382 
800 

1,606 

305 

1,498 

1,822 

686 

2,464 
5,425 
863 
1,215 
1,756 

190 
356 
307 
1,180 
649 

3,086 
4,265 

465 
3,864 

644 



Colts 

under 1 

y^ar. 



57 
3 
22 
22 
70 

57 
25 
17 
16 
27 

87 
13 
11 
33 

28 

24 
14 
38 
5 
12 

27 
31 

5 
45 

7 

15 
12 

3 
29 

3 

22 
52 

77 
15 
14 

13 
4 

18 
3 

34 

20 
4 
72 
16 
95 

19 
42 
63 
16 
55 

15 
103 
26 
44 
29 



Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 



11 
26 
65 

67 
12 
12 
7 
29 

184 

15 

9 

22 

46 



2 years 
and over. 



3,061 
174 
1,259 
1,192 
3,416 

1,810 
993 
549 
611 

1,723 

76,192 

815 

549 

2,403 

1,389 

1,143 

1,672 

1,828 

435 

731 

842 
1,224 

402 
2,769 



1,121 
1,220 

317 
1,923 

106 

613 
2,379 
2,023 
1,106 



606 
652 

1,124 
349 

6,091 

1,855 
772 
3,045 
2,346 
■5,390 

575 
2,080 
2,295 
1,462 
1,874 

2,234 
4,969 
2,813 
1,844 
2,628 

822 
1,005 
795 
364 
782 

1,531 

302 

1,449 

1,801 

670 

2,415 
5,341 
818 
1,167 
1,704 

179 
339 
289 
1,137 
626 

3,033 
4,216 

434 
3,798 

628 



All 
mules. 



213 

6 

20 

44 

97 

40 
36 
44 
29 
41 

602 
18 
18 



24 
17 
46 
63 
20 

19 
20 
26 
77 
76 

5 
244 
10 
41 
17 

16 
117 

51 
150 

18. 

15 
5 
16 
46 
36 

36 
16 

67 

20 

120 

24 
31 
46 
39 
32 

20 
140 
113 

67 
113 

92 
107 
50 
50 
17 

75 
116 
32 
11 
24 

53 
99 
,37 
81 
46 

15 
34 
49 
143 
10 

71 
444 

29 
134 

15 



Colts 

imder 1 

year. 



Colts! 

and 

under 2 

years. 



2 years 
and 
over. 



206 
5 
20 
44 
95 

34 
35 
40 
28 
35 

589 
17 
16 
32 
51 

24 
17 
40 
61 
19 

13 
20 
22 
74 
75 

5 

243 

10 



16 
115 

49 

142 

16 

13 
5 
16 
43 
36 

36 
16 
67 
20 
116 

22 
31 
43 



16 
135 
110 

51 
112 

84 
107 
60 
60 
17 

73 
116 
31 
11 
23 

61 
96 
34 
80 
40 

13 
32 
49 
124 
10 

70 
442 

28 
131 

12 



All 
sheep. 



122 

25 
1 
90 
13 
29 

24,227 

706 

37 



96 
182 



119 



4 
690 



80,032 



Lambs 

under 1 

year. 



126 

572 

17 



56 
66 

4 

63 

27 

135 



9,022 



Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 



33 
6 
14 

22,660 

117 

19 



57 



3,010 



24 



Rams 

and 

wethers 

lyear 

and 
over. 



14 



13 

1,441 

17 

1 



1 

181 



10 

'685 



68, 000 



1,478 
264 
1,109 
1,563 
1,800 

2,809 

1,487 

738 

923 

911 

52, 963 

869 

590 

568 

1,096 

1,071 
264 

1,688 
778 
768 

993 
747 
462 
2,161 
626 

932 
470 
845 
1,379 
162 

639 
1,573 
1,805 
1,069 

741 

402 
246 
660 
460 
626 

459 
225 

1,575 
122 

1,983 

937 

1,140 

944 

972 

2,277 

321 
2,383 
1,194 
2,766 
1,435 

523 
294 
950 
150 
1,030 

1,C36 

749 

2,138 

1,296 

653 

1,318 

1,157 

634 

719 

1,736 

152 
431 
170 
1,643 
700 

847 
3,362 

450 
1,872 

537 



30 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 

ILIilNOIS— Continued. 



" 


COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT OATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

oyer. 


1 


Scott -•-. 

Shelby _ _. 


367 
1,068 

549 
1,897 
1,305 

536 
3,602 

596 
1,104 

610 

458 

826 

1,907 

2,829 
786 

1,853 
694 


243 
780 
331 
744 
7,930 

816 

2,368 

439 

557 

512 

528 

646 

1,123 

1,339 
656 
661 
667 


50 
99 
41 
86 
102 

42 

425 

54 

87 

69 
100 

95 
130 

137 
92 
69 
64 


6 

42 
1 

27 
4 

11 
53 
14 

8 

13 

15 

8 

84 

14 

8 

12 

11 


9 

49 






9 

28 
16 
29 
36 

11 

81 

8 

20 

16 
23 
16 
65 

44 
30 
23 
32 


167 
544 
269 
693 
552 

244 

1,724 

344 

413 

394 
328 
491 
833 

1,101 
610 
437 
410 


1 
11 
2 


3 
1 

4 
323 


s 


Stark 


^ 




5 

5 
50 
10 


5 




6,881 


32 

3 

27 
7 
27 

6 

9 

13 

23 

37 
9 


6 




7 






7 
1 
2 

3 
4 
2 
4 

1 


8 









in 


Washington 


20 
31 

2 
5 
3 
4 


8 
18 
1 
3 

3 

2 
14 
24 


11 




1?, 


White- - __ 


IR 


Whiteside. 


14 


Will 


15 




Ifi 


Winnebago 


3 

1 


17 


Woodford 


11 









rNDIANA. 



IS 


The State 


91, 098 


51,874 


6,681 


948 


4,616 


609 


103 


1,902 


37,218 


797 




Adams 


IP 


679 

2,288 

1,043 

538 

951 

1,081 

65 

788 

1,512 

1,105 

1,684 

1,312 

213 

876 

660 

798 
1,044 
1,960 

509 
2,024 

569 
949 
975 
469 
656 

1,096 
2,754 

786 
1,157 

848 

396 

674 

1,502 

1,279 

1,510 

685 

474 

1,026 

442 

417 

900 
1,093 
1,281 

484 
1,326 

1,083 
703 
2,982 
6, 352 
1,010 

243 
1,418 

612 
1,446 

844 


362 
843 
679 
339 
366 

613 

58 
526 
609 
645 

809 
661 
177 
694 
439 

455 
461 
907 
311 
905 

203 
469 
491 
296 
354 

807 
1,509 
545 
634 
369 

253 
367 
947 
756 
756 

347 
370 
527 
187 
318 

479 
552 
810 
264 
1,066 

559 

457 

1,605 

1,990 

707 

192 
791 
260 
800 
528 


41 
56 
61 
31 
37 

90 

7 

134 

62 

44 

84 
106 
17 
56 
20 

66 
45 
110 
27 
65 

25 
23 
79 
43 
53 

84 
197 
87 
64 
42 

22 
56 
143 
126 
83 

34 
62 
44 
11 
33 

46 
70 
93 
23 
99 

44 

47 

200 

234 

71 

25 
122 

26 
119 

66 


12 
11 
6 

2 

7 

10 


4 
2 
40 

r 


6 

42 
31 


1 
5 
1 
3 


19 
32 
16 
9 
7 

33 
2 
20 
26 
19 

39 
36 
8 
44 
17 

23 
17 
34 
6 
46 

14 
15 
21 
21 
9 

15 

48 

8 

18 
15 

14 
10 
27 
30 
31 

14 
5 

16 
4 

15 

10 
10 
48 
10 
49 

33 
10 
62 
118 
25 

5 
27 
11 
26 

9 


250 
714 
.375 
256 
309 

461 
49 
347 
486 
665 

642 
496 
145 
554 
336 

339 
374 
631 
262 
756 

144 
387 
372 
218 
280 

638 
1,214 
430 
555 
298 

210 
300 
714 
676 
609 

284 
297 
434 
168 
226 

403 
464 
631 
224 
852 

480 

874 

1,305 

1,198 

553 

159 
581 
207 
602 
379 


20 
19 

4 

17 


■'o 


Allen 


■ll 




no 


Benton _ 


•>s 


Blackford _ 


04 


Boone 




1 


'^'^ 


Brown 


If, 


CarroU _ 


3 

16 

9 

21 

20 


20 

8 
1 

7 




1 
1 


1 
10 


07 


Cass 




''S 


Clark _. 


17 


■)q 


Clay__ 


2 
3 


13 


30 


Clinton _ 


31 


Crawford 


6 
13 
55 

7 

9 

43 






32 


Daviess 


22 

1 

11 

10 

12 

1 

25 

2 
4 
13 
3 
6 

8 
26 
17 

5 
10 

3 


3 


2 
2 




33 


Dearborn 


7 

11 
4 
12 
15 
9 

1 


34 


Decatur __ 


8 
2 
64 


35 


Dekalb 




3R 


Delaware _ 


1 


37 


Dubois • 


38 


Elkhart 


2 

5 

23 

1 




2 


.39 


Payette 


12 
17 
3 


40 


Floyd 




41 


Fountain 




2 
2 
4 

15 
19 


42 


Franklin 


9 
1 

2 
4 


43 


Fulton 




1 


44 


Gibson 


45 


45 


Grant _. 


1 

1 


46 


Greene _ .__ 


2 

1 


47 


Hamilton _ _ 


1 
1 

1 




48 


Hancock. 




8 


49 


Harrison 


2 
1 
21 
1 
2 

10 


1 




Hendricks 






51 


Henry „. 


31 
16 
16 

4 
2 

4 


2 
1 


- 


9 
3 
13 

1 
14 
6 


53 


Huntington 


2 
1 


54 

55 


Jackson 




56 
57 


Jay .„ 

Jefferson __ __ 


6 


21 





58 
5»> 


Jennings 

Johnson 


3 

9 
9 

26 
2 

27 

2 
11 
22 
15 
39 

1 

22 
2 
25 


41 

1 
7 
4 

1 
8 




1 


10 






1 
1 
.1 


1 
1 


ep 


Lagrange 


6 
3 
16 


63 






Laporte 

Lawrence 


4 


64 
65 




66 
67 


Madison 

Marion 


2 


3 

217 

3 


2 
8 
1 


15 

9 

199 

4 


iS 


Marshall 


U 

2 
8 


69 








71 


Monroe 


3 

14 
2 


2 
1 

i 


26 


79 


Montgomery 


13 


73 


Morgan 


13 

4 









GENERAL TABLES. 



31 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 

ILLINOIS— Continued. 





HOUSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES, 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




AU.horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 

mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

yeaa;. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 


Bams 

and 
wethers 
lyear 

and 
over. 




528 
1,617 

820 
2,261 
1,866 

670 
5,323 

673 
1,629 

785 

656 

925 

2,998 

3,709 
812 

2,966 
992 


14 
38 
IS 
41 
41 

9 
74 
10 
25 

23 
23 
11 
85 

21 
15 
20 
13 


7 

26 
19 
15 
15 

8 
69 

3 
20 

12 
13 
11 
29 

16 
19 
18 
10 


507 
1,553 

788 
2,205 
1,810 

653 
5,180 

660 
1,584 

750 

620 

903 

2,934 

3,672 
778 

2,928 
969 


7 
48 
11 
54 
48 

63 

149 

36 

33 

29 
34 
57 
81 

32 
61 

22 
43 


1 
6 


2 


4 
43 
11 
54 
47 

61 

135 

35 

31 

21 
25 
54 
80 

31 
57 
21 
42 


1 
6 


2 
51 
37 
33 

1 

12 

128 

6 

4 

2 

72 

3 

1 

69 
5 

4 
8 


2 

24 

5 






551 
1,660 

475 
1,623 
1,051 

441 
3,6.50 

763 
1,102 

839 

878 

1,249 

1,421 

932 

731 
287 
538 


2 
5 




23 
22 

1 
1 

7 
61 
5 


4 
10 
32 


















1 

2 

7 

1 
1 

4 

7 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 
1 




4 

1 

9 




2 

16 

52 

3 

3 

2 
15 
13 

2 

20 
5 

28 
3 




7 


4 

47 

1 


1 
20 


^ 


1 

4 

2 
2 




4 




6 




2 
82 


1 


21 

1 
1 

36 
2 
3 
4 


19 
2 


1 


3 
1 

2 


1 




1. 




30 
3 

1 
4 


3 


^' 


2 


1. 


2 
2 




If 






r 









nSTDIANA. 



127,257 



918 
3,383 
1,354 

941 
1,489 

1,340 
84 
1,156 
2,213 
1,094 

2,063 

1,801 

152 

902 

805 

1,093 
1,370 
2,864 
636 
2,924 

779 

1,175 

1,469 

644 

901 

1,417 
3,501 
1,042 
1,479 
1,110 

422 

935 

1,790 

1,654 

1,919 

928 
751 
1,432 
606 
603 

1,190 
1,638 
1,602 
662 
1,732 

1,594 

767 

3,876 

11,687 

1,313 

282 
1,748 

887 
2,063 

998 



1,737 


1,448 


18 


36 


34 


16 


22 


18 


22 


18 


29 


13 


26 


13 


3 


1 


21 


18 


31 


28 


7 


8 


27 


21 


27 


24 


3 


2 


8 


21 


9 


5 


18 


10 


32 


21 


41 


24 


9 


10 


31 


34 


5 


8 


9 


8 


22 


8 


10 


10 


7 


7 


22 


12 


68 


49 


21 


10 


15 


17 


17 


11 


4 


7 


19 


6 


40 


25 


27 


25 


36 


22 


9 


14 


12 


14 


35 


25 


6 


8 


10 


15 


14 


12 


13 


22 


34 


28 


10 


9 


14 


18 


10 


11 


6 


6 


78 


38 


35 


38 


24 


21 


2 


2 


27 


57 


11 


5 


33 


33 


23 


14 



124,072 



3,333 

1,314 

901 

1,447 

1,301 
80 
1,117 
2,154 
1,079 

2,015 

1,750 

147 

873 

791 

1,065 
1,317 
2,799 
617 
2,859 

766 

1,158 

1,439 

624 

887 

1,383 
3,384 
1,011 
1,447 
1,082 

411 

910 

1,725 

1,602 

1,861 

905 
725 
1,372 
592 
478 

1,164 
1,603 
1,540 
643 
1,700 

1,573 

755 

3,760 

11, 614 

1,268 

278 
1,664 

871 
1,997 

961 



,359 



23 
67 
99 

120 
14 
13 
58 
42 

46 
24 
23 
61 
38 

31 
30 
27 
10 
16 

75 
45 
84 
45 
17 

11 

18 
102 
22 
37 

95 
20 
15 
33 
19 

21 
99 
53 
8 
21 



74 

94 

376 

19 

81 
18 
34 
21 
20 



85 



6 

1 2 

2 1 

IIIIIIIIII 2 

- -- 

3 



4,183 



7 
46 
60 

8 
20 

22 
8 
22 
67 
97 

112 
12 
12 
45 
41 

39 
24 
23 



29 
30 
26 
10 
16 

69 
43 
81 
45 
13 

10 
17, 
101 
21 
35 

90 
18 
15 
27 
19 

18 
96 
53 



91 

375 

19 

81 
18 
33 
20 
17 



13 



6,125 



76 

18 

3 

2 

244 

2 
20 
88 
19 

3 

25 
86 
26 



83 
36 
114 



7 
177 



129 

27 

22 

477 

227 

1 



409 
366 



215 

1 

120 

16 



2,073 



26 
33 
11 
13 
2 

167 



37 

10 

3 

1 

114 

2 
6 
4 
10 
1 

13 

41 
4 



11 
U 
165 
82 



24 
55 

5 
17 

2 

188 



37 



1 
128 



5 
163 



16 
10 

282 
125 



143 

'367 
338 
108 



121 



107 
10 



446 



76,287 



451 
965 
811 
269 
228 

992 

51 

1,086 

919 
1,084 

1,413 

1,463 

331 

780 

594 

859 
952 
886 
477 
1,253 

271 
461 
725 
470 
690 

761 

1,352 

678 

694 



1,737 

942 

1,202 

441 
511 
711 
226 
275 

734 

1,492 

1,223 

419 

423 

442 
268 

, 969 
12,833 

1,189 

177 
1,446 

211 
1,106 

834 



32 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 

INDIANA— Continued. 



Newton 

Noble 

Ohio 

Orange- 
Owen _— 



Parke _ 
Perry .. 
Pike _-. 
Porter- 
Posey - 



Number 
of inolosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



Pulaski 

Putnam 

Kandolph-. 

Ripley 

Bush 



St. Joseph, 

Scott 

Shelby ___. 

Spencer 

Starke 



Steuben 

Sullivan 

Switzerland-. 
Tippecanoe - 
Tipton 



Union 

Vanderburg . 
Vermilion __. 
Vigo 



Wabash 

Warren 

Warrick 

Washington. 



Wayne 
Wells — 
White 



37 Whitlej'- 



526 
1,180 
131 
249 
226 

1,233 
484 
390 
728 
780 

359 

711 

1,230 

507 



1,569 
158 

1,079 
564 
399 

623 
936 
287 
1,307 
672 

271 
2,077 

681 
2,271 

1,471 
480 
625 



1,971 
960 
670 
597 



NEAT CATTLE. 



All neat 
cattle. 



425 
560 
84 
157 
126 



248 
246 
551 
413 

281 
502 
535 
254 
451 

397 
104 
763 
351 
320 

340 
544 
222 
622 
343 

108 
627 
547 



715 
246 
862 
186 

802 
440 
506 
341 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



63 

54 

1 

14 
16 

211 
25 
42 
51 
46 



95 
50 
14 
54 

14 

2 

110 

37 



25 
88 
21 
45 
52 

11 
26 
92 
106 

100 
40 
43 
16 



51 
113 
61 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 j'ears. 



Steers 3 

years and 

over. 



Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 



Heifers. 1 



5 
1 

4,008 

4 
1 
2 
2 



Dairy 

and under ^^°^'l^ 

2 years. ^^^^ ^""^ 
'' over. 



300 
467 
80 
132 
105 

710 
196 
190 
460 
343 

235 
389 
437 
227 
345 

3.51 
98 
.526 
286 
238 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



18 



282 
429 
185 
460 
271 

95 
504 
391 
609 

559 
179 



626 
345 
366 
241 



INDIAN TERRIXORX. 



38 


The Territory, 


9,391 


15,738 


5,535 


551 


182 


119 


82 


984 


8,067 


218 






39 
40 


Cherokee 

Chickasaw 


1,158 
4,399 
2,412 
1,140 
120 

33 
90 
39 


1,985 
6,369 
5,504 
1,631 
92 

24 
92 
41 


706 
2,220 
2,004 

528 
21 

9 
31 
16 


60 
190 

218 
73 
5 

3 

1 

1 


20 
91 
56 
15 


15 

42 

56 

5 


6 
30 
32 
13 


78 
411 
397 

77 
8 

2 
10 

1 


1,091 

3,245 

2,682 

910 

58 

.0 
49 
22 


9 
140 
59 
10 


41 


Choctaw 


4?, 


Creek 


43 


Ottawa 




Peoria 


44 











45 


Quapaw 


47 
48 


Seneca. 

Wyandotte 




1 


1 











IOWA. 



The State . 



Adair 

Adams 

Allamakee- 
Appanoose., 
Audubon 



Benton 

Blackhawk _ 

Boone 

Bremer 

Buchanan __ 



Buena Vista., 

Butler 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 



Cedar 

Cerro Gordo. 

Cherokee 

Chickasaw 

Clarke 



96,225 



482 

516 

1,127 

417 

1,222 
1,318 
1,351 
840 
1,072 

781 

1,008 

878 

950 

1,088 

927 
890 
741 
732 
530 



76, 327 



609 
436 
584 
971 
321 

910 
662 
1,099 
690 
850 

681 
817 

775 
788 
975 

915 
571 
755 
593 
555 



8,620 

63 
47 
62 
137 
22 

69 

30 

111 

139 

128 

76 
126 
69 
80 
66 

92 
87 

106 
69 

105 




GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Oontinued. 



33 



INDIANA— Continued. 





HORSES. 




MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colte 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
yeair. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 


Rams 
and 
wethers 
1 year 
and 
over. 




849 
1,628 
178 
263 
365 

1,.597 
369 
478 

1,004 
957 

533 
1,007 
1,536 

628 
1,116 

2,690 
165 

1,488 
748 
483 

834 
1, 239 

335 
2,011 

892 

368 
8,094 
1,002 
4,640 

1,914 
727 
780 

382 

2,729 

1, 359 

1,009 

892 


16 

30 

5 

4 

4 

37 

3 

7 

11 

16 

11 
15 
26 
6 
23 

13 
4 
31 
11 
18 

20 
28 
10 
16 
24 

1 

7 

9 

22 

30 

10 

12 

2 

25 
40 
26 
18 


5 
25 
5 
7 
2 

23 
8 
9 
9 
9 

6 

14 

20 

3 

15 

15 

1 

25 

15 

9 

11 
16 

8 
13 

9 


S2S 
1,573 
168 
252 
349 

1,537 
863 
462 
984 
932 

516 
978 

1,490 
619 

1,078 

2,662 
160 

1,432 
722 
456 

803 
1,195 

317 
1,982 

a59 

367 
3,061 

983 
4,498 

1,870 
700 
764 
378 

2,-677 

1,267 

959 

855 


19 
49 

7 
19 

6 

62 
60 
32 

'2 

76 

9 
15 
83 
109 

7 

36 
9 

12 
83 
12 

10 

99 

6 

45 

21 




19 
49 

7 
15 
6 

50 
57 
29 
2 
76 

8 

12 

31 

107 

6 

35 

9 

11 

7H 
11 

9 
97 

6 
45 
19 


2 

7 










639 
945 
42 
340 
105 

1,624 
599 
531 
440 

1,057 

390 
484 
684 
388 
1,131 

258 
1,S2 
1,308 
.568 
513 

325 
721 
261 
490 
450 

207 

187 

838 

1,228 

1,221 
681 

438 
225 

1,0S6 
990 
739 
808 


2 
8 
7 
4 
3 

11 


1 




113 


,52 


67 


4 








■ 




4 




36 

8 

157 


20 


15 

7 

70 


1 
1 

16 


•1 




2 

12 




i 
3 


9 
2 


71 


6 

7 


2 


19 

2 

24 

63 
11 
60 


6 


14 




6 

7 

14 

4 


8 




2 
1 

1 


9 






2 


7 

20 

5 

25 


16 

32 
6 
30 


10 


1 
8 
2 


• 


11 




3 

1 


T' 




5 


10 
9 


Tl 


2 

i 
1 


14 




38 

40 

7 
171 
19 


12 

3 
68 
7 


26 

20 

4 

100 

12 




15 




4 


15 


20 
4 
2 
4 
4 


16 




17 


1 
2 
1 

1 

2 




i 


3 


IS 


■'■ 


19 




?0 






66 
7 

19 
2 


18 
3 
11 

1 


43 
4 
6 


5 


''I 




1 


6 

10 
11 

5 
12 

1 
10 

3 
1 


2' 




2 
1 


''S 






2 


'>4 


1 


1 




n 










''6 


26 
10 
20 

14 
17 
4 
2 

27 
52 
24 
19 


311 
110 
183 

38 

14 

148 

56 

34 
17 
34 
23 






341 

107 

1S2 

37 
14 
lis 
5(i 

34 
15 
32 
23 


S 
1 
3 

1 
2 
2 
2 

3 
__ 


33 


33 






97 


^ 


1 
1 






■JR 


10 

73 
29 
33 






10 

2 
6 


09 


1 


18 
13 
10 


53 
11 

17 


30 




31 






S9 








21 
3 
1 
2 


S3 






159 
402 
146 
163 


07 

185 

13 

72 


92 

208 

13 

85 


9 

120 
6 


34 




2 
1 


35 


1 


36 

37 











INDIAN TEEltlTORX. 



16,668 


552 


406 


15,710 


2,475 


72 


80 


2,323 


135 


49 


10 


24 


15 


15,230 


276 


38 


2,208 
8,007 
3,751 
2,148 
215 

71 

188 

80 


54 
185 
211 

81 


51 
141 
147 

52 
2 

4 
4 
5 


2,103 
7,681 
3,398 
2,015 
213 

64 

172 

69 


190 
1,160 
691 
355 
27 

8 
28 

21 


9 
41 
12 
5 
2 


■ 10 
32 
22 
14 
2 


171 
1,087 
657 
336 
23 

25 
21 


11 
72 
29 
18 


17 
9 

10 
3 


2 


8 
5 
4 
2 


7 
4 

i 


1,982 
6,604 
4,941 
1,405 
12 

,82 
198 
56 


6 
184 
66 

7 
• 4 


39 
40 


4 


41 




43 


3 
12 
6 












44 


3 




5 


10 


4 


5 


1 


9 


45 




46 






- - 


1 












47 






























48 

































IOWA. 



1.53, 304 



1,128 
798 
733 

1,387 
727 

1,851 
2,0.53 
1,942 
1,291 
1,742 

1,486 
1, 685 
1,5.51 
1,3.51 
1,827 

1,874 

1,516 

1,266 

' 1, 174 

781 



;,362 



2,067 



147, 275 



1,068 
760 
721 

1,287 
681 

1,744 
2, 015 
1,836 
1,2-16 
1,678 

1,415 
1,575 
1,492 
1,282 
1,776 

1,286 
1,460 
1,211 
1,110 
749 



2073 AG- 



-3 



5,203 



44 
44 
10 
99 
26 

63 
50 
53 
14 
16 

70 
149 

79 
115 

83 

40 
15 
26 
10 
14 



271 



4,831 



44 
36 
10 
94 
25 

50 
36 
.52 
14 

16 

70 
149 

73 
113 

78 

38 
13 
26 
2 
10 



508 



2,291 



68 

124 

2 

66 



859 



1,165 



122, ■ 



1,652 
926 
861 
930 

1,247 

2,288 
647 

1, 330 
046 

1,.516 

941 
1,310 
1,534 
1,716 
1,653 

1,922 
676 

1,004 
609 
512 



34 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSUREP, 

IOWA— Continued. 



39 
40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 

46 
47 
48 
49 
50 

51 
52 
53 
54 
55 

56 
57 
58 
69 



Clay 

Clayton.-. 
Clinton _-_ 
Crawford _ 
Dallas 



Dayis 

Decatur 

Delaware — . 
Des Moines- 
Dickinson .. 



Dubuque- 
Emmet 

Payette 

Floyd 

Franklin.. 



Fremont __ 

Greene 

Grundy 

Guthrie 

Hamilton. 



Hancock. 
Hardin .. 
Harrison - 

Henry 

Howard.., 



Humboldt . 
Ida 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Jasper 



Jefferson., 
Johnson .. 

Jones 

Keokuk.., 
Kossuth .. 



Lee 

Linn 

Louisa 

Lucas 

Lyon 

Madison . 
Mehaska. 
Marion .., 
Marshall., 
Mills 



Mitchell 

Monona 

M®nroe 

Montgomery. 
Muscatine 



O'Brien .. 

Osceola 

Page 

Palo Alto. 
Plymouth. 



Pocahontas .. 

Polk 

Pottawattamie 

Poweshiek 

Ringgold 



Sac 

Scott 

Shelby. 
Sioux .- 
Story .. 



Tama 

Taylor 

Union 

Van Biiren., 
Wapello 



Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

Webster 

Winnebago — 



Winneshiek., 

Woodbury 

Worth 

Wright 



Number 
of ihclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



559 
1,01-2 
1,63.3 

692 
1,251 

407 
732 
897 
1,253 
428 

1,599 
406 

1,325 
828 
584 

819 
869 
480 
929 
904 

637 
1,332 
1,077 
1,006 

703 



440 

576 

949 

1,176 

623 
951 
875 
1,322 
944 

1,661 

2,603 

477 

673 

525 

716 
1,461 
1,028 
1,315 

743 



670 

567 

853 

1,412 

857 
343 
1,151 
621 
780' 



4,118 

2,355 

806 

554 

882 
1,574 

637 
1,288 
1,378 

1,060 
905 

1,007 
587 

1,521 



1,033 
875 

1,618 
387 

777 

2,623 

347 

811 



NEAT OATTLE. 



All neat 
cattle. 



537 
912 
923 
811 
1,074 

403 

665 
585 
502 
589 



264 

1,144 

917 

349 



594 

326 

1,158 

664 

557 

1,063 

1,186 

767 

587 

747 
246 
372 
667 
1,115 



965 

624 

1,065 

831 

977 

1,492 

454 

401 



607 
938 
786 
848 
755 



742 
423 
703 
770 

788 
270 
987 
637 
728 

454 

1,968 

1,651 

501 

514 

692 

632 

567 

1,422 

1,336 



690 
700 
400 
891 

678 

846 

783 

1,257 



797 

2,229 

424 

764 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



45 
106' 
76 
35 
142 

72 
136 
71 
57 
53 

55 
6 
113 
76 
25 

130 
53 
34 

180 
82 

85 
126 

no 

77 
56 

82 
21 
29 
85 
130 

64 
40 
82 
143 



107 
192 
42 
50 



104 
113 
115 
90 
102 

147 
63 
42 
77 
73 

79 
28 
101 
99 
60 

26 
238 
198 
42 
81 



45 

51 

188 

226 

112 
67 
86 
60 
92 

121 
85 
100 
136 
26 

93 

262 

61 

86 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



18 
20 
14 
11 
23 

15 
6 
3 
33 
90 

16 
1 

58 
9 
3 

7 
3 
2 
16 
16 

4 
23 

70 
67 
12 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 



48 
13 
39 
18 

9 
24 

3 
25 
140 



17 
17 
50 

16 
6 
10 
44 
10 

35 
5 
33 
34 
39 

75 
42 
22 
2 
11 



7 

113 

5 



91 
4 
2 

149 

1 

4 

40 

1 

2 

16 

154 

8 
25 

127 



Steers 3 

years and 

over. 



2 
156 



67 



1 

2 

"167 

16 
10 
3 
3 
3 

5 



124 

4 



10 

153 

18 

20 



1 
'151 



Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 



1 

20 
"299' 



1 
111 



300 



150 
2 
2 
2 



27 



Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



13 



31 
5 
42 
38 
15 

30 
13 
8 
35 
24 

13 
41 
33 
18 
17 

41 
9 
18 
34 
30 

46 
29 
20 
38 
26 

53 

42 
9 
7 
7 

31 
40 
39 
30 
16 

24 
33 
13 
8 
24 

24 
10 
116 
33 
27 

23 
95 
63 
16 

15 

23 
42 
12 
49 
59 



Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



404 
724 
781 
469 
849 

282 
491 
462 
366 
286 

706 
248 
825 
469 
293 

530 
621 
274 
772 
529 

453 
836 
708 
594 
420 

454 
208 
320 
544 

684 

369 

475 
496 
792 
669 

783 
1,165 
289 
311 
314 

439 
753 
548 
702 
520 

663 
514 
282 
528 
646 

476 
223 
713 
444 
429 

301 

1,504 

1,302 

433 

400 

569 
511 
495 
969 
941 

702 
563 
462 
299 
658 

516 
634 
658 
900 
297 



1,473 
305 
521 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



15 

13 

9 

16 

14 

2 

4 

4 

17 

28 

42 

3 

9 

13 

11 

22 
3 
3 
2 

11 



4 
6 

10 
26 
17 

20 
22 
62 
4 
17 

19 

17 
30 
4 
16 

13 
20 
70 
46 
17 

18 
1 
9 

24 
6 

U 

68 
52 
2 
4 

11 
14 
3 
65 
30 

56 
26 
39 
17 
5 

5 
41 

3 
88 

1 

7 
104 
15 



GENERAL TABLES. 



35 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES— Continued. 

lOT^^A— Contimied. 



All horses. 



1,089 
1, 4.=>7 
2,257 
1,102 
1,808 

633 
1,038 
1,413 
2,035 

928 

3,103 

742 

2,002 

1,357 



1,243 
1,457 
830 
1,525 
1,397 

1,125 
2,014 
1,670 
1,442 
1,101 

1,079 
807 
1,020 
1,389 
1,956 

1,214 
1,531 
1,329 
2,241 
1,541 

2,164 

3,763 

958 

993 

871 

1,174 
2,260 
1,727 
2,260 
1,142 

1,215 
1,294 
770 
1,206 
1,949 

1,539 
631 
1,631 
1,233 
1,290 

1,120 
6,749 
3,372 
1,290 



1,438 
3,064 
880 
1,861 
2,342 

1,803 
1,324 
1,839 
849 
2,214 

1,255 
1,706 
1, 156 
2,494 
636 

1,108 

4,438 

594 

1,398 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



26 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



23 
7 
51 
30 
23 

24 
108 
35 
19 
15 

18 
16 
15 
31 
61 

31 

8 
27 
13 
29 

12 
57 
20 
41 
5 

27 
69 
13 
45 



2 years 
and over. 



1,055 
1,413 
2,214 
1,072 
1,723 

590 

987 

1,339 

1,988 

871 

3,056 

730 

1,914 

1,298 



1,199 
1,391 
805 
1,450 
1,358 

1,076 
1,921 
1,576 
1,384 
1,070 

1,009 

764 

964 

1,331 

1,851 

1,178 
1,479 
1,277 
2,047 
1,493 

2,108 

3,663 

933 

960 

825 

1,129 
2,140 
1,649 
2,173 
1,107 

1,160 
1,230 
740 
1,184 
1,910 

1,468 
610 
1,538 
1,142 
1,242 

1,062 
6,557 
3,295 
1,247 
859 

1,379 
3,033 
862 
1,784 
2,201 

1,720 
1,286 
1,768 
813 
2,156 

1,202 
1, 586 
1,116 
2,406 
611 

1,066 

4,271 

667 

1,310 



All 
mules. 



250 
17 
44 



23 
51 
51 

60 
60 
31 
70 

27 

02 
67 
10 
76 
15 

36 

310 

59 

68 
54 

24 
20 
171 
30 
55 

73 
12 
176 
30 
18 

130 

167 
74 
25 



31 
224 

17 
108 



100 
14 
27 






Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



1 

126 

3 



2 years 
and 
over. 



250 
17 
44 
21 
46 

10 
20 
7 
34 
11 

26 
10 
29 
22 
13 



59 
50 
24 
4 

79 
23 
22 
49 

42 

58 
60 
31 
69 
21 

54 
62 
10 
72 
15 

33 
178 
63 
58 
42 

24 
19 
171 
30 
63 

65 
10 

175 



130 
1.55 
69 
25 
32 



31 

222 



All 
sheep. 



Lamhs 

under 1 

year. 



6 
103 



46 

9 

1 

29 

95 

10 

22 

732 

13 



1 

254 

4 

12 



Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 



1 

15 
40 
10 

1 
464 



Rams 
and 
wethers 
1 year 
and 
over. 



18 



3 
31 , 



497 
1,091 

976 
1,448 
2,453 

732 
993 
1,044 
470 
238 

1,007 

71 

1,059 

1,361 

.531 

2,197 
1,039 
668 
2,286 
1,279 

743 

1,680 

2,248 

866 

662 

1,144 

795 

772 

778 

2,888 

752 
1,013 

585 
2,943 
1,041 

1,063 

1,816 

972 

621 

911 

1,613 
1,134 
1,551 
1,282 
1,410 

653 

1,375 

474 

868 

1,207 

2,130 
517 

1,879 
514 

1,448 

662 
2,144 
1,964 
1,521 

966 

1,837 
706 
1,171. 
3,939 
2,255 

2,118 

1,677 

840 

635 

735 

1,820 
2,571 

984 
1,773 

311 

561 

3,072 

246 

813 



36 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 

Table 3.-NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES. 



KAKSAS. 





COUNTIES. 












NEAT CATTLE. 










Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

yeai-s and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

yeajra and 

over. 


1 


The state 


60,297 


61,981 


6,8-55 


1,447 


1,495 


2,609 


204 


2,226 


36,496 


649 


2 


Allen 


719 
425 
1,341 
194 
520 

1,185 

1,033 

1,022 

311 

387 

2,688 

50 

58 

582 

728 

671 

2 

1,662 

2,075 

85 

874 
653 
1,269 
105 
525 

243 
168 
261 
232 

988 

523 
59 
83 
1 
29 

12 

583 

85 

362 

891 

8 
17 
581 
724 
542 

818 
32 

343 

89 

1,510 

1 

1,427 

247 

605 

51 

1,202 
776 
818 

1,040 
32 

604 

181 

1,530 

459 


536 
385 
831 
271 
451 

968 
631 
1,059 
389 
484 

1,456 
67 
76 
476 
891 

574 

6 

1,248 

1,382 

63 

735 
420 
885 
127 
496 

280 
147 
261 
234 
664 

367 

124 

86 

3 

108 

76 
758 

66 
322 
764 

10 
33 
410 
467 
394 

632 
46 
341 
132 
1,247 

1 

2,195 

220 

537 

69 

909 
559 
1,243 
914 
109 

402 

182 

1,117 

452 


56 
55 
52 
60 
32 

105 
60 

197 
98 

103 

238 
15 
11 
68 

102 

99 

1 
150 
187 

4 

181 
56 
96 
31 
90 

47 
21 
62 
52 
96 

50 
34 
18 


13 
5 
6 
5 
1 

12 
10 
26 
19 . 
11 

29 
1 
1 

10 

19 


4 
2 

1 - 
4 

2 - 

51 
2 
1 - 


3 

5 


3 

13 
3 


19 

8 

28 

44 

4 

26 
12 
54 
10 
31 

40 

2 

1 

8 

211 

13 


435 
296 
741 . 
1.54 
406 

618 
543 
779 . 
250 
323 

1,122 

39 . 

62 . 
383 
552 

437 . 
4 . 
1,006 
1,102 
59 

488 
343 - 
720 
83 
362 

222 
116 
185 
161 
529 

299 

61 

60 

1 

20 

13 
463 

32 
220 
599 

6 
17 
365 
400 
315 

489 
34 

257 
62 

957 

1 

839 

160 

413 

41 

714 
481 
588 
703 
29 

825 

137 
908 
342 

536 
574 
89 
182 
776 

267 
208 
167 
117 
468 

165 
66 
803 
360 
476 


3 

1 










1 - 


3 
4 

55 
2 






2 


6 




100 - 
2 














2 


9 


Butler 




12 
9 

16 


11 


Chase 

Chautauqua 

Cherokee 


3 

7 


3 


4 
1 


1R 


Cheyenne — — — 





" 




14 


Clark • -~ - 


1 
4 

4 


1 


1 


12 
12 


1=) 


Clay — 






1 


1 




Cofiey 


17 




18 
19 


Comanche 


23 
20 


4 
5 


23 
1 


4 
8 


30 
52 


5 
12 


20 


Crawford 


21 


Decatur. , ,. 

Dickinson 


16 
2 

16 
2 

21 

4 
2 
6 
12 
9 

2 
5 
1 


2 






35 
]9 
32 
9 
22 

5 
5 
2 
4 
15 

14 
5 
3 
1 
1 

1 

38 

6 

6 

20 


13 


22 






2a 


Doniphan 


2 


4 


2 

i 


13 
1 


''■S 




26 


Elk 


1 


1 




1 
3 
2 

1 
1 

2 
19 


27 
28 
29 
30 












4 
4 
13 


1 














i 


32 
33 









— 




34 
35 


Graham 









1 
9 

26 
16 

9 
11 

8 




27 

25 
193 
16 
46 
104 

4 
8 
34 
49 
35 

87 
11 
55 
32 
200 


38 
9 

Oo 
-_- 

14 


8 

1 
2 

4 
6 


3 


2 

1 

2 

3 




Greeley 


38 


is" 






40 






3 


42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 
48 
49 
50 








4 
3 
5 
18 

12 


1 






3 

8 

12 

7 

30 
1 

10 
8 

50 


















1 






1 
7 




18 
4 






3 








14 
8 
13 




1 

2 
1 


2 


2 

18 
19 




2 
2 


51 


Labette 


5 


52 






76 
41 
97 
16 

110 

53 

189 

151 

33 

57 
30 
135 

78 


184 
6 

8 


102 
3 
1 


701 
4 
2 


72 


221 
5 
9 
2 

89 
6 
39 
30 
10 

10 
6 

27 
8 

12 

25 

5 

4 

20 

14 

12 








1 

7 


55 


Linn 


57 




31 

7 

80 

5 

5 

5 
6 

12 
H 


4 

5 

150 

3 

3 

r 

3 


9 

"188" 


2 
1 
3 
2 


58 

59 




6 








20 
32 

2 
2 
5 
9 

12 
7 
4 
3 


61 




62 


Miami ■ _ 


63 




1 

25 


1 

r 

i" 

2 

5 

2 






65 




66 






800 
896 
97 
272 
1,174 

400 
415 
261 
167 
676 

231 

67 

1,369 

543 

739 


668 
693 
139 
212 
939 

346 

262 
225 
149 
617 

207 

92 

1,031 

1 


90 
80 
41 
18 
111 

54 
31 
61 
21 
117 

29 
18 
134 
41 

83 


12 
4 
_. 

24 

1 
6 
4 
6 
6 

9 
4 
23 
38 
19 


4 
2 
_ 

4 

1 


2 


HS 




69 


Nesa 




70 


Norton 


71 


Osage - - 


.-._.„_.: 


72 




4 

1 
1 
1 
9 


7S 




lA 


Pawnee - - - 


2 


75 


PhiUips. _ 


1 

2 
2 
4 

3 


1 
2 


3 
15 

2 
1 
36 
53 
26 


76 

77 






Pratt 


78 


Eawliiis- — 


6 

12 
2 


8 
1 
4 









11 

12 


SO 




81 


Rice -- - - 









GENERAL TABLES. 



37 



.NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Oontinued. 

KANSAS. 





HOKSHS. 




MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 


— 


All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2yeaxs 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 
lyear 
and 
over. 


Earns 

and 
wethers 
lyear 

and 
over. 




84,647 


1,778 


1,182 


81,687 


3,197 


222 


167 


2,808 


535 


640 


168 


115 


357 


52,134 


356 




988 
552 
1,667 
362 
818 

1,459 

1,343 

1,535 

436 

671 

3,820 

87 

86 

833 

1,002 

1,002 

21 

2,494 

l;,637 

134 

1,192 
796 

1,614 
217 
786 

360 
353 
461 
371 
1,329 

723 

147 

173 

11 

65 

26 
878 

57 

613 

1,066 

30 
37 
829 
980 
770 

1,014 

37 

587 

170 

1,649 

3 

1,901 

421 

751 

122 

1,751 
1,182 
1,212 
1,469 
98 

704 

322 

1,959 

620 


16 
16 
18 
8 
10 

21 
36 
54 
10 
19 

73 
2 


14 

1 
16 
10 

6 

29 

13 

33 

9 

■9 

33 
2 
3 
8 

14 

6 


958 
535 
1,633 
344 
802 

1,409 

1,294 

1,448 

417 

643 

3,714 

83 

83 

804 

973 

972 

20 

2,433 

2,525 

133 

1,155 
768 

1,581 
201 
734 

339 
345 
447 
352 
1,286 

704 

135 

162 

11 

58 

14 
841 

48 

588 

1,019 

21 

35 

811 

943 

747 

983 

34 

551 

153 

1,580 

3 

1,877 

410 

735 

107 

1,708 
1,133 
1,165 
1,418 
94 

684 

303 

1,892 

583 


38 
19 
36 
16 
98 

38 
60 
99 

8 
47 

271 

4 

7 

26 

27 

19 


1 
4 
4 


1 


36 
15 
32 
13 
69 

35 

54 

92 

5 

41 

242 


1 
1 
14 
3 
8 

7 
4 
19 

2 

7 

9 


1 


1 






361 
483 
1,140 
170 
279 

804 
804 
1,220 
358 
417 

1,766 

78 

12 

770 

868 

938 


1 












15 






16 


4 




3 

22 








7 

3 

3 
2 
2 
6 

15 










2 

4 
3 
16 
5 
5 

31 




1 


1 








3 

5 
1 








1 
2 


1 










2 


1 






1 


14 
4 


9 


5 


4 




1 




1 




7 
25 
26 

17 














1 


21 
15 

24 

1 

42 

54 

1 

25 
17 
21 
9 
26 

11 

5 
10 
15 
30 

16 
6 
5 


1 




6 
6 

9 










2 
4 

5 


1 


1 
1 


1 
2 


1 
1 






1 




1 




1 


1 




1 


19 
58 


83 

113 

2 

45 
54 
33 
3 
32 

7 
11 
12 

8 
40 

10 
15 
5 


2 
8 


2 
6 


79 
99 
2 

38 
45 
29 
3 
16 

6 
11 
11 

8 
38 

6 
9 
4 


25 

19 

8 

2 
5 
7 

5 
12 


1 






1 


858 

1,640 

208 

873 
1,030 
665 
92 
823 

147 
162 
87 
66 
643 

166 
51 
87 


10 
19 


1 






2 










2 


12 
11 
12 
7 
26 

10 
3 
4 
4 

13 

3 

6 
6 


4 
4 
4 


3 
5 










1 




5 


1 




4 


2, 




6 


•2. 












2, 


12 

1 


5 












■2. 












2 




3 

5 

8 

10 

1 

1 
1 












2, 


1 




9 


9 








2 










3 


2 
1 












■ i 


3 


3 
6 


2 


2 






3 








3 


1 












« 














3 


1 

11 
18 
5 
21 
30 

7 

2 

7 

24 

11 

24 
2 

25 
8 

39 


6 

1 

19 

4 

4 

17 

2 


2 

3 
39 

1 
45 
55 






2 












163 

1 

833 

18 

438 

458 

1 

19 

721 

987 

1, 442 

878 




3 


2 
5 


1 

1 














3 


33 

1 

43 

49 


12 
1 
8 

10 


2 


2 






1 


3 






3 


o 
3 














4 


3 


9 






9 


1 


4 






4 






















4 


11 
13 
12 

7 
1 

11 
9 

30 


34 
36 
30 

47 
3 
13 
12 
63 


3 
3 

2 

4 




31 
33 
28 

40 
3 
11 
10 
56 


2 
11 
13 

12 


1 

1 


1 
1 






7 
6 
4 


4 








4 








4 


3 










4 












4 


2 
2 
2 




1 
2 
5 










340 

158 

1,037 

3 

446 

325 

781 

63 

565 

3H2 

672 

1,548 




4 














b 


5 


2 


1 


1 




1 


5 




5 


20 
5 
8 

10 

33 
31 

38 
34 
4 

10 

8 

29 

25 


4 
6 
8 
5 

10 

18 

9 

17 


60 

27 

55 

6 

48 
39 
33 
60 
, 4 

20 

9 

67 

20 






60 

21 

54 

6 

42 
34 
33 
57 
3 

13 

7 

52 

16 


10 
8 
3 
2 

11 
3 
5 

11 


500 

1 


100 


100 


300 
1 


52 
1 


b 


1 

1 


5 


5- 






5 














5 


4 
3 


2 
2 


1 
1 
4 






1 


1 


5 


1 




5 




4 


2 
5 


5 


2 
1 

5 
2 
6 
2 


1 






6 










6 


10 
11 
38 
12 


2 


8 

3 

19 

3 


6 






6 


490 

366 

1,041 

402 


4 


6 






6 


9 
2 


3 


2 


1 




8 
1 


6 




6 










6 


1,105 

1,135 

193 

377 

1,439 

626 
714 
401 
308 
1,072 

421 
130 

2,024 
799 

1,269 


16 
21 
13 
12 
30 

14 
15 
8 
11 
20 

26 

2 

45 

27 
30 


17 
24 
3 
8 
27 

11 

8 

4 

9 

17 

33 


1,072 

1,090 

177 

357 

1,382 

601 
691 
389 
288 
1,035 

362 
128 

1,947 
762 

1,212 


34 
37 
2 
22 
44 

16 
14 
15 
9 
31 

13 
4 
55 
24 
55 






34 
34 
2 
21 
41 

14 
14 
15 
9 
22 

9 
3 

46 
21 
50 


1 

7 


14 
12 


9 
11 


4 
1 


1 


1,308 

1,019 

67 

650 

1,475 

664 
234 
219 
314 
781 

271 
95 
699 
993 
738 




6 


3 






6 








6 


1 
3 

2 




1 
12 

7 
6 
1 












7 












6 


7 
























6 


7 














7 
















7 


6 


3 

4 


12 


1 


1 






7 








7 


1 
2 
1 
4 












3 

14 

1 


i 


32 
10 
27 


7 
2 
1 


19 

11 

9 


1 


1 






7 






8 










8 















38 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

KANSAS— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 










NEAT CATTLE. 










All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Rilev 


482 
244 
151 
76 
822 

39 

3,058 

3 

3,344 

50 

67 
395 
270 


1,517 
235 
170 
66 
595 

64 
2,134 


47 

29 

36 

9 

75 

18 
194 


3 

4 
5 




1,182 




7 
9 
4 


273 
192 
119 
57 

487 

43 
1,605 


6 

1 
5 


?, 








R 


Rush 




1 




4 


Russell 






fi 


Saline- 


6 

1 

44 


3 




1 


5 

1 
49 


18 

1 
20 


fi 


Scott — _ 




7 


Sedgwick __ 


205 


12 


5 


R 


Seward _ _ _ 


9 


Shawnee 


2,032 
50 

54 
320 
240 


275 
13 


21 

1 

6 
4 
8 


8 




7 


81 


1,610' 
36 

48 
272 
182 


30 


in 


Sheridan . 




n 


Sherman. _ 












T^ 


Smith __ __ 


29 
36 


1 

1 


5 




4 

8 


5 
5 


13 


Stafford, 




U 


Stanton , , . 






15 


Stevens ... 






















16 


Sumner 


1,184 

100 

70 

367 

24 

683 

13 

653 

138 

2,711 


942 
174 

61 
291 

44 

4.56 
40 
593 

698 
2,743 


155 
40 


21 
4 


8 
9 




5 

1 


19 
5 


730 
97 
61 

223 
27 

382 

15 

455 

.109 

1,342 


4 
18 


17 


Thomas. . 




IH 


Trego 




19 


Wabaunsee _ _ 


55 
13 

51 

8 

101 

12 
226 


2 
2 

1 

3 

3 

1 

302 




5 




6 
2 

13 
5 

27 

3 

873 




2(1 


Wallace 








21 


Washington. .... 




1 




8 
9 


22 


Wichita .... 






2;^ 


Wilson 


4 
573 
220 




3 


2-1 


Woodson 






2h 


Wyandotte . . 


257 


7 


16 

1 







KEiTTUCKX. 



?fi 


The State. . 


38,523 


35,404 


6,240 


900 


2,588 


1,376 


126 


982 


22,926 


268 




Adair 


27 


130 
204 
276 
221 
367 

368 
166 
140 
471 
641 

553 
146 
93 

277 
181 

200 
337 
205 
636 
826 

307 
187 
194 
881 
426 

8 
3 

842 
71 

912 

105 
6 
103 
891 
238 

62 
380 
411 

65 
196 

228 
737 
220 
73 
294 

169 
544 
24 
324 
260 


179 
207 
1,346 
326 
360 

361 
247 
104 
297 
637 

454 
91 
208 
255 
176 

241 
223 
366 
296 
317 

111 
212 
220 
850 
165 

8 

6 

347 

78 

1,059 

118 
58 
152 
550 
210 

90 
270 
4,52 

33 
182 

170 
804 
227 
93 
300 

118 
417 

38 
147 
242 


38 
61 
53 
100 
79 

84 
58 
5 
22 
99 

82 
12 
53 
42 
22 

66 
.52 
120 
7 
91 

9 

48 

62 

187 

15 

1 

2 

89 

24 

29 

23 
2 
42 
62 
48 

19 

51 

101 


3 
3 
2 
3 

1 

15 
13 
1 

1 
7 

12 
2 
5 

10 
2 

6 
2 
3 


1 

1 

803 

32 

4 

8 






11 

1 

4 

5 

10 

3 

14 

5 

2 

36 

8 
1 
9 
3 
9 

1 

4 
40 
17 

5 

1 

7 

8 

21 

1 

1 


126 
133 

184 
185 
262 

248 
162 
93 
272 
487 

352 
74 
119 
185 
141 

164 
165 
188 
272 
211 

100 
148 
116 
616 
149 

6 
3 

240 

46 

432 

78 

1 

102 

375 

168 

61 
192 
328 

33 
138 

128 
529 
170 
62 
230 

90 
338 

29 
134 
168 




•'K 


Allen ._ 


6 
300 


1 


2 


29 


Anderson 


30 


Ballard- . .. . 


1 




31 


Barren.. 




4 


32 


Bath _. 


2 


1 


33 
34 
35 
36 

37 

SR 


Bell 

Boone .. 


Boyd -. 

Boyle . _ „ 






_- 


6 


39 
40 


Breathitt L 

Breckinridge . 


3 
4 

1 

-- 


18 
6 


1 


i 

6 

1 

2 





41 


Bullitt 


42 
43 
44 


Butler _. ... . . 

Caldwell 

Calloway 


2 




46 

47 
48 


Campbell 

Carlisle 

Carroll 

Carter. . . . 


_. 

1 

5 
12 
16 






_ 





49 
.50 


Casey _. 

Christian _ 


1 


15 


1 


4 


51 


Clark 


10 


52 


Clay 

CUnton .. 














54 
65 


Crittenden . . . 

Cumberland .. __ „. 


9 
2 
5 

3 

18 
2 

10 
1 

5 

18 

6 


i~ 




:::::::::::: 


-- 

2 
10 

15 

8 

4 
16 

3 

3 
4 




bb 
57 


Daviess. _ 

Edmonson... _. 


409 


152 

1 
6 


r 

2 
2 

1 


21 
1 


,hK 


Elliott 


21 

1 

70 


59 


Estill .. . 


fiO 


Fayette 




61 


Fleming 


27 




fi? 


Flovd . 




2 







63 


Franklin 


64 

65 


Fulton .. ... .. 


4 


1 
3 





66 


Gai-rard 

Grant 


2S 

31 
212 
34 
30 
32 

10 
60 

7 
10 
63 


g- 

5 
26 

7 


-- 






-_. 

5 
26 
11 





67 




1 
3 




6R 




69 


Grayson 


1 
5 


7 




70 


Green 







Hancock . ..... 


14 


14 

3 
3 
-. 




i 

3 


-- 

5 
6 




4 


72 


1 
1 


73 


Hardin 

Harlan 

Harrison . . 

Hart 


9 
1 

2 
9 


74 




75 
76 




1 










1 


7 


-. 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY GOUNTIES-Continued. 



39 



KANSAS— Continued. 





HOESES. 




MUJ.Ea. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




AU horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

imder 2 

years. 


2 years 
aud over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Earns 

and 

wethers 

1 year 

and 

over. 




76-1 
479 
250 
204 
1,197 

73 
4,328 

129 
4,275 

118 

103 
611 
398 


8 
9 
9 


4 

8 

12 


752 
462 
229 
204 
1,160 

65 
4,212 

118 
4,192 

116 

97 
498 
379 


10 
16 
5 
8 
51 






10 

13 

5 

3 

45 


2 
3 


1 
2 




1 




766 

335 

73 

82 

498 

25 
1,472 


2 
23 


1 


2 


1 




- 


■> 






S 






1 
4 










2 
8 




13 

7 
61 

6 
57 

1 

5 
9 

8 


24 

1 
55 

6 
26 

1 

1 

4 
11 


3 


3 










5 










f, 


116 
25 
82 
4 

2 

16 

■28 


2 
20 


5 
3 
2 


109 

2 

80 

4 


11 

5 
1 


16 


13 


2 


1 


32 


7 


1 






] 


82-1 
97 

11 
932 
315 


2 


q 








in 


1 
1 
4 


1 












n 


15 

24 


5 
3 










1 


1? 












13 














14 
































1"^ 


1,691 

160 

127 

636 

38 

92S 

73 

881 

269 

3,299 


4-1 
7 


21 
4 
4 
9 


1,623 

149 

123 

513 

35 

874 

56 

846 

261 

3,219 


105 
10 

4 
12 

2 

21 
17 
28 
IS 
130 


4 
3 


2 


99 
7 
4 

10 

19 
11 

18 

10 

127 


3 
5 


5 




1 


4 


835 
114 

73 
409 

24 

1,2.11 

15 

902 

120 

900 


3 


16 




17 














IS 


14 
3 

39 

s 
■a 

2 
29 


1 


1 


4 












iq 












"n 


15 
9 

12 
6 

21 


2 




6 










5 


?i 



3 










w 


7 
2 
1 


9 
3 
19 












93 










2 
25 


9,| 


2 


" 


3 




3 


'>5 







KENTUCKY. 



44,892 


550 


585 


43,757 


7,2S7 


1S2 


199 


6,900 


377 


3,434 


969 


1,997 


468 


52,992 


627 


26 


157 
197 
299 
244 
297 

330 
97 
166 
633 
404 

752 
188 
71 
228 
192 

195 

202 

192 

1,128 

302 

267 
105 
204 
859 
366 

11 

13 

334 

86 

1,819 

62 

3 

75 

2,041 

295 

61 
577 
411 
107 
264 

235 
697 
207 
74 
166 

152 
601 
19 
428 
210 




5 
7 
2 
2 
4 

11 


152 
186 
291 
235 
284 

311 

95 
161 
623 
400 

702 
187 
58 
215 
186 

186 
192 
186 
1,126 
292 

259 
101 
197 
848 
364 

11 

13 

323 

85 

1,295 

61 

3 

71 

1,905 

286 

61 
560 
401 
106 
259 

230 
687 
197 
73 
159 

146 

482 

19 

425 

204 


21 
75 
27 
70 
54 

64 
31 

5 
41 
59 

44 
7 
22 
78 
11 

35 
17 
20 
19 
S5 

15 
35 

si; 

86 
52 


1 
1 
7 




20 
74 
19 
C9 
49 

56 
31 
4 
41 
59 

37 
7 

15 

77 

9 

30 

17 
20 
19 
80 

15 
21 
80 
82 
62 


2 
5 

18 
1 
9 

4 


4 
16 
44 




4 

8 
19 




189 
416 
1,068 
852 
602 

795 
238 
128 
544 

584 

1,059 
130 
106 
384 
395 

8S6 
535 
336 
217 
795 

504 
158 
456 
901 
462 

12 

27 

752 

196 

471 

260 
2 
310 
371 
362 

148 
2.56 
249 
50 
634 

248 

1,168 

384 

288 
392 

291 
881 
129 
180 
374 




07 


4 
6 
7 
9 

8 
2 
4 
4 
4 

34 
1 




8 
24 


.... 




<><^ 


1 
1 


2 
18 
3 

10 


29 


5 
3 


12 


5 


7 




SI 


5 




If) 










V, 


1 
6 


1 




1 


43 
3 
6 

107 
5 


23 
2 
2 

53 


20 
1 
3 

52 






S4 






1 

1 

1 
1 
1 


S5 










36 


16 


4 


3 


1 


5 


S7 


2 


SS 


13 
8 
3 

3 
4 
1 

2 
7 

5 
2 
2 
5 




7 






39 


5 
3 

6 
6 
5 


1 
2 


3 
2 

6 
2 
3 
1 
2 


21 
4 

35 


8 
2 

12 


13 
2 

22 




40 






1 
2 


41 


6 


1 


'!■' 




IS 






46 


1 


40 


5 


1 

17 
4 

6 


44 






45 


3 

3 

2 
5 
6 
2 


1 


4 










46 










47 


14 
2 


2 


1 


2ir 

66 


86' 
27 


il2" 
35 


17" 
4 


48 


41 
11 

1 


49 


6 


50 

51 


















5'' 






14 

59 

5 

209 

19 

-1 

31 

228 

10 

19 
36 
109 
4 
18 

13 

106 

66 

4 

SO 

42 
3S 
16 
26 
109 






14 

57 

5 

190 

18 
4 

29 

227 

6 

18 
30 
99 
4 
16 

7 
98 
62 

4 
30 

39 
26 
14 
25 
105 












1 
3 


5S 


8 


3 

1 

12 


1 


1 


2 
1 
3 

10 


27 

55 

6 

33 


10 


17 

29 




54 


20 


55 


12 

1 


2 
1 


17 


6 
16 


14 


56 


17 




.57 










58 


__ 

30 
4 


2 

106 

5 




2 












1 

11 

4 


59 


1 

4 


1 
2 


184 
3 


61 
2 


120 

1 


3 


60 




61 


1 
1 
4 




6'' 


5 
9 
1 
3 

2 
6 

5 

1 
4 


12 

1 


5 
6 


1 
1 

1 










3 
2 
1 
1 

2 
3 
1 


6S 










64 










65 


2 

3 
4 
5 


2 

2 
4 
2 




13 

60 

45 

6 


6 

23 
6 
4 


7 

35 
7 
2 




66 


4 
4 
2 


12 
6 
4 
9 
2 

2 
15 


2 
32 


67 
68 
61 




70 


3 

6 
4 






2 

3 
30 




2 






71 




3 
9 
2 




3 


1 
IC 

1 


7"' 


15 


3 


15 


15 


73 

74 


i 
] 


2 
5 


i 

2 


_- 


4 


__ 




i" 




10 

7j 









40 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 

KENTTJCKY— Continued . 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


KEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and undei 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and undei 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 ^^^g 
and under „2^li^ 
2 years. y^gj""^ 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Henderson 


839 

204 

355 

1,142 

5 

5,045 
305 
101 
913 
20 

128 
215 
420 
148 
103 


631 

164 

334 

1,361 

6 

2,715 

262 

117 

536 

33 

147 
240 
608 
196 
209 


79 
30 
96 
329 
1 

137 
39 
10 
48 
12 

30 
53 
184 
46 
54 


68 

1 
s 

40 


11 


4 


1 
1 


15 

3 

13 

32 


426 
129 
217 
895 
5 

1,165 
219 

79 
318 

20 

98 
178 
378 
127 
126 


27 


•2 


Henry __ 


•A 


Hickman - 








4 


Hopkins __ 


22 


5 


1 


37 


5 


Jackson 


R 


JeiIer8on_ 


62 
2 

21 
3 


980 


284 


6 


71 
2 
1 

63 

1 

10 
1 

24 
4 

11 


10 


7 


Jessamine , 


» 


Johnson 




4 
80 




2 


» 


Kenton 


18 


6 


10 


Knott 




11 


Knox_._ 


1 

8 
16 
14 

6 


2 


5 


1 




12 


Larue 


— - — 


13 


Laurel— _ . 


3 
4 
9 


3 






14 


Lawrence- _ 


1 




Ifi 


Lee 


2 


1 


16 


Leslie 








81 
240 
598 
148 

612 
191 
809 
230 
492 

29 
355 
226 

52 
440 

148 

7 
74 

363 
30 
658 
107 
134 

686 
249 
231 

166 

9 

11 

129 

461 

39 

204 
191 
24 
295 
320 

245 
89 
180 
464 
165 

66 
905 
769 
121 

78 

550 
563 
106 
377 


86 
238 
735 
156 

559 
230 
610 
236 
463 

33 
394 
358 

66 
252 

163 

331 
6 
98 

257 

61 

611 

115 

62 

688 
167 
134 

121 

20 

7 

181 

563 

25 

245 
193 
20 
174 
180 

219 
107 
189 
428 
194 

31 
888 
674 

87 
112 

553 
685 
151 
392 


17 

68 

128 

49 

134 
85 
89 
56 
84 

7 
79 
85 
13 
27 

40 

61 

2 

20 

47 

11 

130 

24 

7 

139 
22 
21 

7 

3 


22 
3 
6 


20 

1 

30 




7 


__ 

6 
6 

26 
13 
14 
6 
14 


20 
163 
3BS 
101 

377 
124 
482 
150 
335 

26 
289 
164 

41 
222 

116 

265 
4 
72 

196 
30 

422 
79 
55 

496 
136 
111 

107" 

13 

1 

112 

378 

18 

162 
181 
12 
141 
155 

156 
72 
148 
329 
119 

24 
593 
502 

74 

71 

399 

405 

82 

232 




18 


Lewis 


1 
194 




IS) 


Lincoln _. 


3 





20 


Livingston 




21 


Logan 


10 
4 

13 
11 
26 




4 
2 
6 


6 
1 
2 
2 
3 


2 


■w 


Lyon 


1 
5 


2S 


McCracken _ . .._ 





?4 


McLean 


25 


Madison 


- 


— 


11 


26 
27 


Magoffin.- 








7 
2K 
7 


1 
6 
1 


1 


__ 

1 


10 
20 
2 

1 

2 

4 


8 
48 


29 


Martin 


30 


Mason __. 


31 


Meade __ 


5 




1 
1 




32 
33 
34 
35 

36 
37 


Menifee .. 

Mercer__ 

Metcalfe ^.. 




-. 





Morgan __ _ _ 


1 

7 

1 

20 

11 


2 






5 

5 

5 

10 

1 




38 
39 
40 


Muhlenberg 

Nelson 

Nicholas — _ _ 


5 


7 


-_ 


14 
16 


41 


Ohio- — 


IS 
-. 
4 


12 


8 




15 
4 

- 





42 


Oldham . _ _ 


44 

45 


Owsley 

Perry 









;:;:: 






4fi 











47 


Pike — . 


48 
49 


Powell— — 

Pulaski 


32 
107 

7 

67 

9 

5 

21 

19 

34 
33 
37 
77 
65 

6 

238 

98 

12 

35 

105 

134 

16 

23 


9 
16 


3 

18 


11 


6 


_- 

28 




50 


Robertson _.. 


5 




51 


Rockcastle 


9 
1 

5" 


1 


3 


1 


2 

2 
2 

7 


. . — 


51 


Rowan .. 


53 






54 
55 


Scott 

Shelby- 






1 




56 


Simpson 


1 
2 
3 
4 
4 

1 

18 
34 
1 
2 

27 
9 
3 


2 


3 


6 
12 


9 


2 


57 


Spencer. . 


58 


Tavlor 


59 




1 
3 








60 


Trigg 




1 
1 


10 
5 


4 




Trimble 




61 


- 




62 


Union 


b3 
64 


Warren 

"Washington. . _ 


7 


1 
2 


- 


21 
22 


17 
3 


65 




66 


Webster 


7 
9 
I 


4 


4 
2 


9 
19 

4 
13 


2 
1 


67 


Whitley— 


68 


Wolfe 


6 
45 
124 


69 


Woodford _ 








LOTJI 


SIAIfA. 










70 

71 

7'> 


The State 


22,232 


28,867 


7,257 


1,569 


860 


3,100 


374 


1,939 


12,301 


1,467 ' 


Ascension. 


387 
741 
635 
104 
173 


7S2 
409 
461 
245 
541 


250 
71 
86 
85 

157 


50 
36 
10 
9 
36 


15 
10 
2 
3 
14 


18 

5 
4 
13 
84 


5 
13 
9 
2 
3 


53 
48 
88 
18 
48 


310 
217 
262 . 
-115 
199 


81 
9 


73 

7-1 


Assumption _; 
Avoyelles ... __ 


75 


Bienville 













GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Oontinued, 



41 















TfKNTtrCKT— 


Dontinued 


















HOUSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOAIS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

Sheep. 


Lamhs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 


Earns 

and 
wethers 
lyear 

and 
over. 




959 
294 
317 
983 
3 

9,243 
459 

35 
1,845 

11 

51 

219 

204 

95 

76 


13 

6 

10 

21 


4 
8 

7 
26 


942 

280 

300 

936 

3 

9,196 
453 

35 
1,828 

10 

45 
209 
199 
73 
73 


157 
19 
53 

561 


8 
1 
3 
5 


1 


148 
18 
45 

533 


2 
2 
1 
1 


21 


6 


10 


5 


681 
167 
831 
1,757 
12 

3,445 
401 
185 
274 
68 

345 
378 
875 
164 
351 


6 


1 


5 
23 


20 
43 


9 
16 


9 
24 


2 


3 
8 


a 
4 


12 
4 


35 
2 


1,917 
22 

31 

7 

30 
38 
96 
49 
40 


1 
3 


8 


1,908 
19 
24 
26 

7 

30 
34 
92 
41 
40 


7 


1,477 


263 


954 


260 


188 
7 


6 
7 


1 
2 




6 

20 
4 

1 

11 
1 


4 
20 

2 


2 




g 


12 

1 

5 

• 5 

3 


5 


3 


1 




22 


q 


2 

1 
5 
1 






1 
5 
2 
22 
3 












n 


3 


1 
4 
4 




5 


1 


3 
2 


v 




IS 


4 


1 











22 


3 


17 


2 




15 














22 
188 
598 
136 






22 
176 
577 
133 

532 
142 
953 
264 
541 

15 
369 
171 

31 
571 

135 


1 
21 
41 
31 

82 
28 
176 
65 
68 

5 
7 
52 
14 
34 

9 






1 
20 
36 
29 

79 
28 
172 
62 
63 

5 
4 
49 
14 
33 

9 


2 
1 
5 


1 

14 
20 

1 

23 






1 


58 

443 

1, 145 

.374 

1,189 
498 
512 
672 
745 

47 
574 
700 
120 
658 

385 






10 

17 
1 

23 
6 

12 
6 
4 


2 
4 
2 

19 

2 
5 

34 




1 
2 


2 
9 
1 

11 


12 
10 


7 
3 




3 
2 


1 


19 


574 


3 


5 
1 
.4 

l' 


12 




1 

9 

42 

r 

3" 
3 


n-\ 


150 
970 
273 
579 

15 
391 
176 

31 
578 

142 






no 






16 
36 


3 
12 


10 


3 

24 






■M 


4 




""i 










If; 


12 
3 


10 
2 




3 
2 


8 


15 
19 


8 
6 


6 
12 


1 
1 






•'S 




oq 


7 
6 


















2 


in 


1 






4 




4 




31 












S"* 


464 
14 
99 

405 
26 
363 
167 
211 

464 
259 
283 


2 


4 


458 
14 
91 

402 
24 
352 
165 
211 

438 
251 
274 


10 

9 

22 

27 
2 

76 
9 
4 

103 

16 

■ 25 




2 


7 
9 
13 

24 
2 

72 
5 
4 

90 
16 
25 


4 


10 


3 


6 


1 


349 

15, 

■222 

384 

76 

1,124 

166 
87 

1,580 
247 
141 


2 


33 


1 

2 
2 
1 
2 


7 
1 




4 

2 




45 
24 


2 
6 


26 
10 


17 
8 




35 


1 
2 
9 
12 
5 

4 




36 


1 

10 


37 


10 




2 


13 


4 


4 


5 


38 

39 
















40 


17 
3 

4 


9 
5 
5 




6 


52 
1 


17 
1 


23 


12 


40 
1 
14 


41 

4'> 






5 






43 


1 












44 


142 

4 
2 

84 
286 

67 

135 

79 

15 

453 

415 

263 
100 
151 
382 
134 

46 
907 
861 
142 

69 

546 

162 

50 

602 




1 


141 

4 
2 

77 
276 

66 

127 

79 

14 

442 

409 

255 
100 
149 
368 
132 

45 
881 
848 
140 

69 

543 

160 

46 

691 










1 


7 


3 


3 


1 


166 

42 

4 

319 

746 

46 

465 
117 
40 
330 
362 

293 
110 
247 
753 
391 

78 

2, 079 

505 

268 

106 

812 
838 
256 
563 


2 


45 




2 

1 

28 

121 






2 

1 

28 

112 


46 






















47 


2 
3 

1 

4 


5 

7 








5 
39 


12" 


5 
24 




4 

1 
1 

1 


48 


2 


7 


6 


3 


49 
50 


4 


34 
46 
21 
20 
37 

36 

4 

9 

113 

29 

4 
156 
149 

6 
15 

67 
77 
42 
14 


2 


1 

__ 


31 
46 
21 
17 
30. 

30 

3 

5 

109 

27 

4 
153- 
142 

4 
15 

56 

75 

40 

9 


4 
5 
2 


15 
6 


1 
1 


14 
2 




SI 


3 


5? 


1 
8 
2 

4 




1 




53 


3 
4 

4 


3 
5 

5 
1 




104 
1 

2 


48 

1 


56 




5 


54 


2 

1 
_- 

3 


4 

48 

4 
7 
4 

1 




55 








56 








57 


2 
12 

1 

1 
14 
8 
2 













2 


58 


•> 
1 


1 
2 










59 


17 

86 
117 


8 

17 
52 


5 

--- 
56 


4 


4 


60 




61 


12 
5 


3 
5 
1 




15 

22 

1 


6? 


i 


41 


9 


63 

64 




1 










65 


1 
1 
4 
7 


2 

i 


3 
2 


8 












66 


5 


13 

8 


6 
3 


7 
5 




5 


67 


2 
4 




68 


4 


1 


2 




4 


69 













LOXJISIAJSTA. 



26,082 


541 


519 


25,022 


6,802 


75 


89 


6,638 


269 


2,094 


346 


955 


793 


23,787 


2,078' 


7 


616 
723 
747 
150 
263 


18 
18 
10 
5 
34 


28 
16 
23 
6 
29 


,570 
689 
714 
139 
200 


44 
31 
37 
11 
113 




1 


43 
31 
37 
11 
105 


47 
74 
21 


13 
11 
12 


20 

26 

1 


14 

37 

8 


588 
782 
452 
99 
.582 


2 

118 

43 

2 

4 


7 




2 
1 
2 
1 


7 






7 






7 


3 


5 










7 













42 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.-NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

liOTJISIANA— Continued. 



Bossier 

Caddo 

Calcasieu . 
Caldwell- 
Cameron-. 



Catahoula _ 
Claiborne.. 
Concordia _ 
De Soto _ 



East Baton Eouge.. 



East Carroll — _ 
East Feliciana _ 

Franklin 

Grant 

Iberia 



Iberville 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette .. 
Lafourche . 



Lincoln 

Livingston 

Madison 

Morehouse 

Natchitoches . 



Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



154 
706 
930 
31 
10 

54 
176 

59 
137 
435 



16J 

37 

243 

918 

936 



NEAT OATTLE. 



All neat 
cattle. 



619 

1,001 

1,785 

60 

304 

678 
420 
139 
498 
275 

155 
491 
102 
1,176 
529 

486 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



189 

227 

335 

10 

87 

139 
125 

50 
210 

61 

66 
160 

26 
191 
140 

127 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



33 

135 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 



Steers 3 

years and 

over. 



7 
132 
357 



104 
24 
34 



8 

14 

566 

2 

21 



Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 



Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



128 
7 



37 



Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



212 

376 

699 

29 

12 

100 
225 
55 
239 
188 

81 
236 

40 
258 
297 

287 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



125 
92 



Orleans 

Ouachita 

Plaquemines — 
Pointe Coupee. 
Rapides 



Red River— 
Richland ... 

Sabine 

St. Bernard . 
St. Charles— 



St. Helena 

St. James 

St. John the Baptist- 

St. Landry 

St. Martin 



St. Mary 

St. Tammany _ 
Tangipahoa- 
Tensas _ 



Terrebonne _ 



Union 

Vermilion __ . 

Vernon 

Washington- 
Webster 



West Baton Rouge.. 

West Carroll 

West Feliciana 

Winn 



451 
455 
992 



287 
580 
974 



31 
150 
298 



56 

111 
255 

4,324 

320 

282 

61 

594 

3 

25 
101 
206 
660 

36 
215 
159 
1,013 
440 

899 
510 
486 
362 
1,175 

66 
392 
108 
38 
80 

47 
8 
5 



167 
371 
838 



196 
81 
909 



512 
81 
833 



1,353 
1,045 

663 

1,474 

1,247 

492 

1,068 

317 
573 
399 
180 

272 

34 

39 

584 

197 



36 
139 
239 



196 
30 
11 

297 



35 

100 

10 



23 
32 
1 
342 
277 

156 
413 
315 
182 
331 



202 
97 
25 
98 

7 
11 
40 
41 



217 
1 



139 
80 

25 
38 
32 
28 
38 

28 
39 
24 
6 
16 

2 
5 



10 



20 



16 
25 

68 

335 

258 

2 



5 
14 
3 

121 
62 

69 
19 
123 
13 
86 

32 
22 
17 
19 
U 



220 
193 
537 

126 



85 



46 
173 
347 

829 
296 
72 
19 
421 

4 
41 

108 
44 

135 

28 
118 

33 
600 
389 

328 
Ml 

4S0 

2:>-i 

127 
239 
160 
69 
100 

24 
15 



28 



540 



MAINE. 





The State 


24,939 


15,595 


1,517 


396 


172 


168 


82 


1,177 


11,940 


143 




Androscoggin 


5fi 


1,656 
1,453 
2,509 
731 
2,155 

2,056 
1,346 
678 
1,164 
2,681 

659 

665 

1,509 

922 

2,784 

1,981 


541 

1,156 

810 

459 

2,102 

696 
772 
431 
639 
1,291 

393 

281 
869 
655 
3,878 
622 


42 
HI. 

64 

26 
203 

35 
.52 
18 
!)0 
103 

35 
21 
75 
38 
613 
31 




1 
8 
6 
3 
32 


3 

5 
5 
5 
87 

3 

8 
6 
11 
8 

6 

4 
5 
9 
33 
20 


1 
7 

1 


62 
58 
44 
24 
201 

28 
62 
23 
54 
65 

23 
17 
70 
40 
357 
49 


482 
934 
673 
386 
1,556 

620 
622 
362 
485 
1,071 

310 
236 
698 
447 
2,602 
507 




57 




23 
8 
12 
60 

10 
7 
16 
24 
28 

3 
S 
10 
14 
174 
4 


10 
9 
3 
2 


■iS 




59 




60 




12 


61 




fi"? 


Knox . 


12 

2 

11 

18 




9 
2 

3 


as 




2 

1 
3 

1 


6-1 


Oxford - 


65 




66 


Piscataquis — ... _ 


15 


67 


Sagadahoc... 




68 




9 

16 
55 

5 


2 

6 

44 

2 


— _— 




Waldo - 


86 


70 


Washington 


71 


York — 


4 







GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Continued. 



43 



MAINE. 















LOTTISIANA- 


Continued 


















HOUSES. 




MBLES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


[ 

SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lamhs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 
lyear 
and 
over. 


Earns 

and 

wethers 

lyear 

and 
over. 




130 

812 

1,438 

27 

51 

75 
168 

71 
165 
615 

119 

201 

34 

271 

1,215 

879 


7 

6 

20 


6 
10 
21 


117 

796 

1,397 

27 

35 

67 
152 

57 
100 
592 

110 

179 

34 

257 

1,163 

841 


52 

507 

206 

5 


1 




51 

501 

203 

5 




5 

1 

613 




5 




333 
602 
903 
106 
106 

492 
223 


10 

55 

11 

8 


1 


6 
2 


14 
3 

1 


1 
11 




•> 


1 


457 


145 


3 


8 

5 
5 
1 


8 

3 
1 
13 

6 
15 

6 

7 














5 


9 
113 
27 
18 
110 

25 
10 
8 
349 
160 

110 


3 




6 

113 

19 

17 

106 

24 
10 
8 
335 
159 

108 




80 
3 


30 

1 


45 


5 
2 


12 

41 

3 

8 






3 


7 




8 
1 
3 

1 




^ 














239 
188 

1 

78 

171 

705 

587 

871 




8 

3 

15 


1 




20 


11 


8 


1 


in 




n 






- 










12 


6 
35 

21 


8 
17 

17 


12 

1 


__ 




13' 

7 

41 





12 


__ 

7 

37 


-_- 
23 
56 


13 

1A 


13 




16 


2 


2 


2 








17 
IS 


276 
534 
987 

134 


23 
7 
6 


24 
7 
3 


229 
520 
978 

134 


50 
35 
86 

25 


3 


3 
3 


44 
32 
86 

24 




14 
27 
21 

1 


11 
4 
1 


2 
7 


1 

16 
20 


437 
474 
749 

152 


75 
1 
67 


1 


19 




1 




1 


1 


O"! 














22 


80 
121 
387 

6,277 
290 
183 
135 
781 

6 

54 

82 

241 

310 

31 
266 

61 

1,204 

559 

1,119 
563 
424 
247 

1,110 

99 
417 
97 
33 
89 

78 

15 

1 

31 


2 

5 

11 

21 
4 
1 
1 

7 

2 
2 


1 


116 
373 

6,218 
280 
175 
130 
764 

4 

60 

81 

222 

263 

SO 
250 

60 

1,113 

514 

1,082 
536 
416 
239 

1,063 

92 
396 
95. 
32 
83 

73 

13 

1 

24 


9 
20 
21 

3,430 
42 
13 
197 
lir. 






9 
12 
21 

3, 416 

40 

11 

197 

104 




36 






36 


56 
222 
293 

480 
94 

357 
26 

388 

8 

50 

274 

344 

1,218 

72 

68 

503 

2,720 

1,456 

760 
613 
1,100 
703 
554 

270 
523 
152 
79 
254 

15 
15 




9S 




8 










'''1 


3 

38 

7 
4 

10 






25 

27 


10 

7 


10 
15 


5 
5 


26 

632 

5 

385 


■^6 




15 


45 
1 


''6 


2 


n-j 


2 


100 
17 
47 

1 


76 
5 
15 




25 
1 
16 


'>S 






11 
16 

1 


oq 




11 


31 


30 


30 




31 


2 
1 
8 
9 


4 
9 
34 

22 

7 
81 

6 
64 
36 

106 
45 
61 
32 

140 

60 
25 
24 
5 
33 

3 
1 




4 

8 

32 

21 

7 
79 

6 
58 
36 

103 
45 
61 
32 

101 

60 
18 
23 
5 
32 

3 
1 








100 


«■> 


1 














33 


11 

38 

1 

6 

1 

41 

31 

18 

14 

6 

6 

32 

1 
8 


2 

1 




3 
3 


1 


1 

1 


1 
2 


32 
104 

1 


3^1 






36 








36 


10 




2 


■' 


i 






1 


37 












38 


50 
14 

19 
13 
2 
2 
15 

6 
13 

2 


3 


3 


IS 
5 

3 


82 
4 

44 
102 
71 
49 
16 

37 

1 


•20 

1 

6 


29 
1 


33 1 
2 

38 
76 
18 
11 
3 

1 , 


4 
38 

5 
6 

95 
1 

19 


39 
40 


2 


1 


41 


26 

52 

23 

9 

8 


4'' 






1 

15 
4 

4 


43 






1 


44 


36 


4 


46 


1 


46 


5 


2 
1 


1 
9 


47 








48 


1 
3 

3 
2 






419 
5 

1 
9 


69 


155 
4 


196 , 

1 ! 

1 


49 


3 
2 


1 








60 




120 




2 


.61 






4 


5 


6? 














63 


1 


6 


16 






16 




6 


1 


2 


3 


200 




64 













33,745 


156 


165 


33,424 


50 


8 


1 


41 


18 


6,634 

43 

371 

20 

107 
1,728 

37 
569 


1,882 


4,624 


228 


9,459 


36 


55 


2,620 
1,837 
4,778 
939 
2,532 

2,934 

1,521 

727 

1,659 

3,728 

885 
840 
1,845 
1,154 
2,681 
3,065 


11 
14 
8 
18 
14 

6 

7 

S 

6 

20 

3 


12 
6 

10 
9 

10 

8 

4 

1 

15 

16 

7 

2 

26 

15 

19 

5 


2,597 
1,817 
4,760 
912 
2,508 

2,920 
1,510 
723 
1,638 
3,692 

875 
838 
1,803 
1,135 
2,640 
3,056 








3 
133 

7 

36 

458 

13 
136 


39 
220 
13 
69 
1,250 

24 
415 


1 
18 


492 
607 
523 
298 
846 

793 
605 
229 
503 
981 

408 
194 
676 
409 
1,293 
602 


1 
2 
6 


.66 


1 

10 


1 


1 
10' 


7 


,67 






,68 








2 
20 


69 


1 

2 

1 






1 

2 
1 


1 


2 

4 
5 
1 


60 






61 






2 


18 


62 






63 


15 
3 

6 


2 




13 
3 


1 
1 


95 
381 

154 

8 

270 

38 

2,803 

10 


28 
152 

64 
3 
96 
13 
736 
4 


64 

221 

88 

4 

169 

25 

1,918 

5 


3 
8 

2 

1 
5 


64 




2 


66 


6 




66 








1 
5 


67 


16 
4 

22 
4 










1 


68 


2 
4 
5 






2 
3 
5 


69 




1 


5 


119 


6 
2 


70 




71 


1 









44 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.-NUMBEE OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCL08URES, 

MABTLAJST). 



The State-. 



Allegany 

Anne Arundel _. 

Baltimore 

Baltimore City- 
Calvert 



Caroline — 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester. 

]?rederick__ 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 



Montgomery- 
Prince George- 
Queen Anne — 

St. Mary 

Somerset 



Talbot 

Washington-. 
Wicomico — 
Worcester 



Number 
of Inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



29,319 



2,481 

265 

2, 119 

5,352 

61 

597 

1,669 

1,302 

162 

931 

2,671 
486 

1,1U 
334 

1,005 

1,218 

725 

808 

80 

1,044 

615 

2,501 

897 



NEAT CATTLE. 



All neat 
cattle. 



12, 950 



2,281 
117 

if 104 
638 
106 

121 
723 
712 
165 
684 

1,441 
471 
679 
196 
263 

640 
364 
187 
93 
399 

113 

1,072 

117 

274 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



1,073 



191 

2 

' 56 

50 

34 

3 
37 
48 
27 
116 

104 
50 
67 
13 
24 

53 
21 
11 
16 
36 

3 

84 
10 
18 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



43 



16 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 



132 



Steers 3 

years and 

over. 



339 



4 
12 

12 

9 

5 

3 

136 



Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 



Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



97 
2 
54 
28 
1 

3 

54 
50 
15 
45 

122 

13 

66 

10 

7 

37 
13 
3 
4 
30 



Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



MASSACHUSETTS . 



10,129 



1,905 

113 

966 

424 

52 

102 
574 
587 
112 
304 

1,119 
402 
493 
168 
216 

535 
306 
172 
64 
209 

105 

893 

93 

225 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



'>6 


The State 


54,854 


18,378 


1,405 


136 


50 


116 


57 


1,279 


14,820 


515 








2,039 
2,776 
4,663 
301 
7,322 

1,202 
3,328 
1,470 
10,590 
179 

4,704 
4,309 
4,075 
7,996 


1,154 
1,135 
1,371 
236 
2,092 

512 
1,007 

495 

2,989 

96 

2,204 

2,137 

678 

2,372 


109 
76 
92 
32 

.187 

38 
123 

34 

193 

5 

134 
170 
13 
199 


10 
23 
10 
7 
11 

5 
13 


2 
6 
1 
5 
1 




4 


84 
78 

111 
10 

144 

29 
89 
25 
168 
16 

162 

146 

17 

212 


932 
925 

1,110 
164 

1,605 

421 

777 

414 

2,436 

69 

1,879 

1,779 

609 

1,810 


13 
23 
23 
16 
112 

15 


oo 




4 
16 
12 
17 

2 
1 

i 
3 

2 
2 
5 
21 


09 


Bristol 


8 


9f) 




V 




15 

2 

4 
1 
1 


^'^ 


Franklin 


90 










3 
12 


13 

141 

4 

22 
22 
32 
79 


S5 


Middlesex 


12 


?6 




^7 


Norfolk - 


6 
11 


3 
3 


6 
5 
2 
9 


S8 


Plymouth 


SO 


Rnffolk 


•10 


Worcester 


28 


14 







MICHIGAN. 



^1 


The State 


76,123 


48,767 


6,351 


1,377 


364 


162 


164 


2,288 


37,704 


347 




Alcona 


1"' 


136 
121 
1,021 
623 
482 

287 
254 
818 
1,630 
274 

1,201 

1,268 

2,034 

852 

385 

472 
419 
284 
882 
91 

748 
1,0.51 
1,291 

400 
1,767 

221 

1,096 

691 

813 

1,167 


196 
121 
606 
438 
462 

309 
371 
428 
667 
247 

609 
622 
627 
487 
320 

380 
423 
340 
444 
246 

862 
1,297 
597 
225 
537 

260 
1,744 
341 
565 
610 


38 
8 
47 
37 
87 

71 
75 
46 
74 
34 

44 
80 
56 
74 
31 

50 
66 
71 
66 
51 

101 
247 
47 
39 
53 

67 
351 
38 
77 
70 


7 








14 
11 
24 
12 
24 

24 
34 
12 
17 
20 

23 
20 
34 
27 
14 

20 
20 
24 
21 
5 

36 
61 
li 
10 
16 

28 

108 

16 

24 
26 


136 
96 
422 
367 
321 

195 
254 
351 
650 
163 

438 
489 
487 
331 
270 

292 
297 
200 
343 
88 

694 
970 
498 
154 
459 

148 
1,256 
274 
431 
503 


1 


1^ 


Alger 


4 




2 


44 


Allegan, _ - _ 


11 
8 
15 

12 
6 
12 
13 
23 

3 

26 

18 

31 

3 

6 
25 
37 

9 
70 

16 

17 

11 

7 

5 

10 
17 
10 
20 
10 


2 
2 
3 

1 




45 




4 


1 
1 


7 
11 

5 


46 




47 


Arenac - 


1 


48 




3 
1 
3 


49 




3 
4 
3 


1 


2 
6 
3 

1 


50 


Bay 


51 




1 


5'' 


Berrien __ 




53 


Branch 


5 
19 
24 

2 

9 
9 

7 
3 

27 

3 
1 
19 
1 


3 




54 




1 


12 


.55 


Cass 




.56 


Charlevoix 




~ 





57 


Cheboygan 




1 
4 

1 


2 


58 


Chippewa 


2 




Clare - 


59 




60 


Clinton _ 




-- 
3 


61 




1 

7 
2 

7 


1 

6 
9 


6'' 


Delta - - 




Dickinson 












2 

13 

3 

6 


65 


Emmet — 


1 


66 


Genesee- 


1 

2 

1 


67 


Gladwin 






68 




4 


7 
3 

1 


69 


Grand Traverse 


70 




1 
1 


1 
1 




71 


1-M1lctrl»1p 








GENERAL TABLES. 



45 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 

MARYLAJ^D. 



HORSES. 




MUI.KS. 




ASSE.S. 




SHEEP. 




SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Cqlts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


] 

2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lamhs 

imder 1 

year. 


Ewes 
1 year 
and 
over. 


Earns 

and 

wethers 

lyear 

and 
over. 




38,526 


291 


267 


37,967 


2,216 


4 


68 


2,144 


71 


1,193 


620 


486 


87 


36,616 


375 


1 


1,730 

281 

3,116 

16,536 

81 

568 

1,539 

1,358 

163 

795 

2,125 
510 

1,230 
356 

1,096 

1,077 

763 

785 

95 

623 

659 

1,800 

504 

735 


15 
1 
8 

16 
5 

4 
13 
20 
3 
4 

42 
5 

21 
3 

23 

22 
7 

24 
2 

15 

5 
22 
"3 

8 


12 
6 
14 
27 

1 

3 

15 

■10 

3 

7 

38 


28 

2 

12 

13 

1 

12 

1 
7 

2 
21 

3 
26 


1,703 

274 

3,094 

16,493 

75 

561 

1,510 

1,328 

157 

784 

2,045 
503 

1,181 
3.51 

1,061 

1,042 

755 

749 

92 

601 

652 

1,757 

498 

701 


155 
3 

213 

1,037 

4 

56 
22 
41 
2 
33 

30 
31 

38 
7 
9 

16 
14 
36 
9 
80 

26 
194 

44 
167 


1 


31 


123 
3 

218 

1,020 

4 

52 
22 
39 

2 

30 

27 

31' 

38 

7 
8 

16 
14 
36 
9 
30 

26 
192 
36 

167 


2 


15 
28 
23 
434 
61 




15 
17 
12 
73 
33 




2,228 
287 

1,476 
666 
104 

640 
3,337 
1,596 

293 
1,366 

6,169 
569 

1,454 
337 
947 

2,097 
806 

1,299 
161 

1,244 

843 
5,964 
1,533 
1,300 


48 

8 

79 

114 




10 

6 

856 

26 


1 
5 
6 
3 


■: 






3 

8 


4 




17 






f 




3 












12 


8 


3 


1 


8 
11 


f 


1 


1 




c 




59 

22 

269 

166 

4 


17 
6 

95 
57 
2 


41 
16 

103 
96 

1 


1 
1 

61 
3 

1 


ir 


1 


2 
3 


1 


. 6 

5 
6 

7 
5 


n 

T 




1 
1 
1 
1 


IS 




14 




ir 




1 


30 

31 
1 


16 

16 

1 


14 
16 




K 


1 


1 


6 
9 
1 


r 




4 
24 


IP 








1" 




1 
23 


1 






T 




1 


21 


2 


4 

12 
11 


■'1 








09 




2 

8 


10 

12 


9 

23 


5 
1 


4 

1 

22 




f^ 






t^ 




1 


35 


K 


1 









MASSACirtrSETTS. 



132,359 


135 


208 


132,016 


488 


. 4 


2 


482 


55 


2,180 


592 


1,296 


293 


16,897 


493 


2( 


2,780 

1 4,987 

10,185 

405 

16,544 

1,862 

7,286 

2,327 

26, 337 

217 

9,067 

7,098 

26,937 

16,328 


2 

18 

7 


8 
10 
19 

1 
23 


2,770 
4,969 

10, 159 
404 

16, 607 

1,858 

7,267 

2,319 

26,255 

216 

9,011 
7,089 
26, 8;.2 
16,280 










1 
9 
7 
2 
6 

2 
3 


1 

9 

16 

659 

199 

99 
124 

2 
234 

1 

362 
78 

368 
38 






1 

4 

1 

75 

109 


1,220 
698 

1,089 
199 

2,201 

4S3 
671 
3'11 
6,076 
112 

1,581 

1,184 

74 

1,965 


40 
23 
47 
4 
57 

2 

35 

1 

84 

7 

72 
26 
62 
31 


9" 


9 

28 

1 

108 

6 

22 






9 

27 

1 

107 

6 
22 


3 
6 

201 
62 

29 

8 


2 
9 

383 

28 

70 
100 

1 
140 

1 

298 
42 

200 
21 


">> 




1 


■?' 




8r 


14 

4 

7 

4 

29 




1 


3 




3' 


11 
4 
53 

1 

17 
2 
26 
34 






16 

1 

74 


sr 






3.( 


10 


1 




9 


14 


20 


S- 




8f 


9 

7 

20 
14 


6 

63 

226 

9 






6 

63 

2'24 

8 


5 
3 
3 

1 


50 

36 

162 

16 


4 


3- 






8f 


2 

1 




6 

2 


3t 





4f 







MICHIGAN. 



102,105 



146 

1,332 

670 

763 

320 

347 

1,018 

2,036 

474 

1,820 
1,865 
3,086 
1,227 
613 

526 
765 
349 
1,171 
169 

781 
765 

1,780 
833 

2,302 

321 

471 

972 

1,0.57 

1, 4.59 



872 



13 



100,410 



144 

1,319 

656 

750 

312 

344 

1,000 

2,019 

464 

1,796 
1,816 
3,031 
1,186 
594 

622 
742 
329 
1,141 
159 

773 
759 

1, 751 
825 

2,273 

302 

466 

9.58 

1,025 

1,425 



378 



89 



4,461 



10 
46 
2 

10 

lio" 



126 
111 
371 
181 



1,474 



195 
1 
23 

20 

11 

9 

262 



2,712 



69 

75 

323 

109 

4 



1 
105 



15 

18 

4 

4 

149 

43 



2| 



]2 
11 



22, 592 



234 
356 
279 

156 
58 
146 
523 
151 

408 
386 
260 
379 
200 

455 
207 
165 
332 
155 

300 
260 
235 
99 
261 

125 
211 
131 
313 

672 



70 
71 



46 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Tablb 3.— number of DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

MICHIGAN— Continued. 



1 
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 



Houghton _ 

Huron 

Ingham 

Ionia 

Iosco 



Iron 

Isabella 

Jackson 

Kalamazoo . 
Kalkaska — 



Kent 

KSweenaw-. 

Lake 

Lapeer 

Leelanaw „_ 



Lenawee ___ 
LivIngston- 

Luce 

Mackinac __ 
Macomb 



Manistee 

Marquette __ 

Mason 

Mecosta 

Menominee- 



Midland 

Missaukee 

Monroe 

Montcalm 

Montmorency . 



Muskegon . 
Newaygo... 
Oakland ... 
Oceana- 



Ogemaw 

Ontonagon.. 

Osceola 

Oscoda 

Otsego 

Ottawa 



Presque Isle.. 
Roscommon . 

Saginaw 

St. Clair 

St. Joseph 



Sanilac 

Schoolcraft _ 
Shiawassee _ 

Tuscola 

Van Buren.. 



Washtenaw . 

Wayne 

Wexford 



The State. 

Aitkin 

Anoka 

Becker 

Beltrami 

Benton 

Bigstone 

Blue Earth 

Brown 

Carlton 

Carver 

Cass 

Chippewa 

Chisago 

Clay 

Cook 

Cottonwood 

Crow Wing 

Dakota 

IJodge 

Douglas 



52,073 



155 
415 
327 
216 



323 
1,246 
864 
393 
662 

135 
471 
156 
548 
32 

448 
469 
897 
361 
513 



MESnsrESOTA. 













NEAT CATTLE. 








Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


3,058 


3,447 
684 
693 
665 
629 

601 
406 
1,043 
564 
182 

1,372 
415 
126 
540 
134 

784 
332 
85 
297 
390 

555 
:l,266 
290 
440 
755 

402 
409 
295 
620 
136 

841 
323 
698 
131 
177 

4S,-) 
046 
43 
103 
449 

195 

55 

1,227 

662 

544 

662 
344 
741 
635 
482 

671 

2,215 

800 


366 
85 
75 
69 

124 

142 
66 

173 
36 
28 

128 
98 
29 
72 

7 

65 
16 
5 
51 
25 

62 

599 

19 

61 

118 

104 
94' 
14 
90 
35 

48 
M 
28 
17 
14 

98 
137 
12 
16 
40 

35 
11 
78 
40 
51 

104 
34 
69 
81 
32 

39 
87 
176 


18 
28 
7 
15 
25 

3 
39 
29 
5 
9 

23 
10 
26 
21 

7 

26 
9 


5 
19 


7 
2 


18 

1 
1 

2 

1 

8 
2 
1 
3 
2 

3 

5 


80 
24 
21 
36 
30 

26 
31 
48 
18 
16 

50 
14 
11 

15 
6 

23 
14 
7 
38 
13 

14 
268 
10 
19 
48 

24 
24 
13 
29 
9 

35 

8 
17 

9 

2 

48 
33 

6 

7 
13 

18 
8 
52 
30 
18 

44 
16 
28 
32 
13 

21 
83 
42 


2,9M 
.514 
588 
521 
431 

415 
261 
767 
470 
121 

1,152 

283 

60 

399 

101 

641 
291 
72 
194 
344 

439 
2,337 
260 
353 
630 

252 
2S5 
264 
453 
82 

725 
217 
630 
99 
150 

285 

440 

18 

66 

374 

133 

23 

1,042 

571 

463 

483 
267 
618 
489 
402 

507 

1,888 

543 




762 
1,849 
1,356 

563 

391 


11 
1 
4 
9 


16 
6 

6 
4 
7 
3 
3 

3 

5 


2 
3 

1 
2 


459 
2,456 
1,527 


1 
18 
29 




210 


3 


3,271 


13 


281 




77 






881 


2 

1 

8 
1 

1 




1 


30 
11 

14 

1 


177 


1 
4 


2,018 
788 


3 


75 






214 


12 
3 

18 

34 

4 

5 

38 

13 
30 

22 
~2 

10 
21 
17 
2 
8 

42 
27 
7 
8 
16 

6 
12 
41 
13 

7 

16 
19 
11 
19 
12 

1 

103 
21 


1 


1 




953 




5 
10 


865 
2,159 


6 

4 


5 


1 
24 

1 


401 




6 


592 


2 
11 

1 
1 
2 
14 
6 

3 

8 
4 

1 




720 


2 

1 
2 


8 




386 


7 

1 


302 
622 


2 


874 


12 






113 




2 

16 

6 


1,159 




319 


10 
2 


1,806 




180 




3 


183 


2 

1 
1 




273 
623 
22 


4 
7 








141 


3 


3 










6 


227 




1 


26 


1 

5 
2 
1 

4 
3 




1,332 


1 
1 
1 

1 




6 
5 
2 

9 


1,181 

814 

293 

1,654 




3 

3 


11 
5 
21 

2 


945 
952 


5 
2 

1 
13 

7 


1,576 

7,553 

697 






40 
6 


^ 




4 



46,554 



228 
453 
421 
136 
330 

301 
1,170 
825 
752 
598 

399 

401 

196 

1,116 

50 

415 
435 
810 
212 
464 



6,795 



1,415 




GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Continued. 



47 



MICHIGAN— Continued. 



HOUSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Earns 

and 
wethers 
1 year 

and 
over. 




3,254 

818 
2,519 
1,896 

404 

414 

652 

3,508 

2,349 

499 

4,984 

281 

98 

1,188 
341 

2,769 
949 
92 
311 

1,395 

853 

1,147 

423 

698 

1,058 

394 
432 

897 

1,265 

166 

1,224 
368 

2,393 
287 
227 

380 
777 
38 
350 
1,154 

409 

75 

2,946 

1,730 

1,668 

989 

458 

2,093 

1,286 

1,300 

2,307 

13,160 

916 


3 

17 
25 
24 
10 

2 
12 
35 
13 


7 

7 

21 

21 

6 

1 

14 
14 
15 


3,244 

794 

2,473 

1,851 

388 

411 

626 

3,459 

2,321 

499 

4,944 

279 

96 

1,146 
330 

2,717 

931 

92 

302 

1,376 

840 

1,126 

421 

675 

1,050 

368 
414 
874 
1,225 
165 

1,209 
358 

2,365 
272 
222 

378 

748 

36 

348 

1,138 

404 

74 

2,900 

1,688 

1,631 

948 

439 • 

2,060 

1,237 

1,281 

2,275 

13,098 

898 


1 
2 
6 
12 
4 

5 






1 
2 
6 
12 
4 

5 




10 
255 

35 
103 
410 

2 

82 

220 

13 

1 

108 


6 

93 

23 

38 

164 


1 

160 
10 
63 

229 


3 

2 
2 
2 
17 

2 


234 
562 
398 
316 
629 

52 
192 
532 
117 
147 

300 

4 

13 

337 

104 

545 
166 
31 
147 
195 

50'1 
361 
108 
274 
.395 

133 
225 
311 
306 
130 

303 
149 
399 
55 
65 

367 
326 
83 
163 
188 

237 
44 
730 
196 
528 

361 
263 
494 
459 
202 

418 
862 
269 


1 


1 








9 






1 


3 

8 


•1 






4 








5 










6 


1 






38 

80 

1 


44 
137 
11 




7 


10 
17 
4 

5 






10 
17 
4 

5 




3 

1 
1 

16 


24 
7 


8 






3 


9 






10 


17 
1 
1 

22 
6 

27 

7 


23 
1 
1 

20 
5 

25 
11 






2 


41 


51 


144 


n 






i'> 


1 
1 






1 
1 




1 
121 
35 

34 
22 


1 

33 

5 

13 

7 






1 


13 








86 
29 

20 

15 


2 
1 

1 


H 










IS 


13 
2 






13 

1 


1 
1 


7 


16 




1 


17 








18 


3 
9 

11 

10 


6 
10 

2 
11 

2 
11 

1 

15 
10 
14 
15 

1 

12 
7 

16 
9 


32 






32 














19 






■2 


11 

7 
14 

1 
32 
22 


5 


6 




7 

28 
4 


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5 

1 




1 


4 

1 


7 
2 


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7 


5 

1 
18 
10 


w 








r>^ 


12 

7 

11 

8 

9 

25 


6 
10 

4 
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6 
4 

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13 






6 
10 

4 
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6 
4 

2 

13 




14 
10 






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2 




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3 

2 
1 

7 


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21 
13 
68 

1 

188 
37 
64 


10 
6 
5 

1 

67 

7 


9 

7 
45 


2 


97 








OS 








18 


9q 








30 


3 
3 
12 
6 
5 

2 
16 

1 
1 
7 

3 

1 
16 
15 
23 

16 
12 
21 
23 
11 

17 
38 
10 






1 


84 
25 
60 


37 
5 
4 


2 

1 
3 


31 






39 


5 






5 




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1 




M 










82 


27 


54 


1 




1'S 




1 

7 






1 
7 




1 
2 


36 


13 

1 
1 
9 

2 








72 
25 

1 
7 

18 


28 
13 


44 
11 




37 








1 
1 


38 


2 

2 






-- 
2 






39 








1 
8 


6 


17 

1 


40 








10 


41 














49 


30 
27 
14 

25 

7 

12 

26 

8 

15 

44 

8 


45 
2 
4 






45 
2 
4 




14 
15 
8 

186 
2 
123 
124 
23 

15 
125 
31 


1 
9 
5 

78 




13 


4 
18 
6 

1 


•13 








6 
3 

107 


44 






3 

4 




45 




, 


1 
2 
2 
5 
1 


46 










47 


2 
2 
6 

12 
18 
5 






2 
2 
6 

12 
17 
5 


1 


39 

43 

4 

6 
30 
27 


82 
76 
18 

9 

86 
4 




48 






2 
4 

15 
195 


40 






16 

2 

8 

30 


50 






51 


1 




9 


59 




53 













MINNESOTA. 



85,063 


1,093 


976 


82,994 


780 


16 


61 


703 


55 


3,207 


1,098 


1,918 


191 


17,487 


288 


54 


331 
601 
592 
510 
316 

662 
1,861 
985 
815 
612 

307 
749 
262 
1,025 
108 

719 
593 
968 
615 
809 


6 
7 
10 
13 
9 

15 
18 
10 
17 
8 

5 

18 
1 
9 
1 

13 
8 
6 
6 

11 


6 

9 

36 

16 

11 

13 
22 
7 
5 
5 

3 

14 
16 
16 


320 
585 
.546 
481 
296 

634 
1,821 
968 
793 
599 

299 
717 
245 
1,000 
107 

698 
582 
951 
602 
792 




















84 
215 
146 
124 
200 

89 
372 
373 
110 
840 

32 
158 

20 

156 

1 

129 

55 

343 

55 
122 




55 




















3 

1 




2 
5 
4 

2 
10 
13 






9 
2 
4 

2 
10 
10 


2 


65 


26 


34 


5 


57 


1 









7 

24 

157 

50 

28 

2 

4 
13 
8 
2 


4 

4 

66 
12 
8 

1 


3 

18 
88 
36 
20 
1 

1 
8 






50 








2 
3 
2 










2 


1 
8 


61 


1 


2 






6t 


2 

3 
4 






2 

1 
4 


1 




2 






2 


3 
1 
8 

1 


65 






4 


24 








1 
2 




9 






9 


1 






t\° 










60 


8 

3 

11 

7 
6 


10 
9 
3 

7 
8 






10 
9 
3 
6 


1 

1 


8 


5 


2 


1 


2 

1 
5 
3 

1 


70 












2 


2 






72 


1 


1 


1 






73 


20 


io 


7 


3 















48 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

MINSTESOTA— Continued. 



MISSISSIPPI. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestie 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

oyer. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Faribault 


1,039 
926 
677 

1,076 
225 

6,755 
453 
196 
75 
131 

465 
61 
470 
149 
368 

116 
794 
175 
605 
762 

287 
574 
435 
251 
775 

841 
340 
491 
596 
356 

967 
983 
255 
355 
763 

334 
3,781 
336 
549 
646 

890 

340 

69 

2,466 

472 

153 
351 
1,490 
632 
190 

452 
570 
211 
705 
236 

482 
993 
351 
215 
1,258 

762 
427 


756 
826 
424 
1,169 
222 

2,662 
514 
171 
91 
201 

579 
61 
497 
302 
313 

188 
712 
181 
564 
683 

494 
378 
343 
359 
1,012 

604 
408 
561 
593 
607 

768 
1,120 
485 
314 
951 

318 
1,682 
566 
400 
829 

606 
354 
197 
2,792 
456 

144 
390 
1,452 
434 
122 

599 
634 
190 
476 
296 

402 
997 
304 
267 
570 

802 
460 


49 

131 

66 

181 
29 

268 
54 
30 
18 
60 

61 
12 
46 
68 
24 

30 
54 
20 
36 
78 

77 
31 
38 
78 
167 

31 
71 
71 
61 
132 

104 
171 
175 
29 
122 

34 
161 
131 
17 
74 

48 
55 
46 
392 
30 

18 
55 
120 
33 
4 

105 
111 
23 
26 
49 

32 
122 
35 
42 
34 

47 
54 


5 
11 

8 
27 

3 

40 
17 
10 


3 




5 

2 


14 
27 
5 
60 
11 

119 

10 

1 

7 

19 

37 
7 

22 
10 
1 

7 
24 

6 
10 
13 

37 
9 
10 
16 
61 

18 
16 
22 
17 
30 

26 
24 
30 
12 
41 

10 
42 
39 
9 
33 

15 

6 

19 

105 

18 

8 

32 
23 
14 

1 

27 
40 


680 
652 
341 
892 
172 

2,217 

419 

122 

65 

112 

381 
41 
417 
146 
281 

147 
606 
148 
488 
587 

282 
304 
282 
228 
722 

538 
279 
386 

477 
409 

569 
865 
261 
268 
695 

266 
1,416 
352 
370 
542 

521 

259 

89 

2,217 

381 

120 
274 
1,217 
384 
117 

418 
451 
161 
427 
207 

346 

7B4 
229 
1K2 
506 

614 

385 







Fillmore 




3 
2 
2 
2 

3 

2 


^ 




2 
5 
4 

7 
11 
8 




4 






2 
1 

7 


5 


Grant 




6 




1 
1 
4 

1 


7 




S 


Hubbard 


1 


9 






in 


Itasca 


2 

49 
1 
9 

19 
6 

2 
13 

4 
22 




1 
4 


7 
43 


11 


,la.(i.Vsmi 


2 


2 


T> 


Kanabec 


13 




3 
13 








14 


Kittson 






46 


15 




1 




Ifi 




1 
3 


1 




17 


Lesueiu" 




12 
2 
4 
2 

18 
5 
5 


r8 






1 


11 




3 


1 
2 

4 
10 


?n 




1 

11 
2 

3 

1 
10 

1 
2 

2 
3 
5 

2 
6 

2 


V 




29 
10 
2 
20 
36 

13 
31 
37 
• 8 
19 

19 
32 
15 
3 
47 

2 
24 
19 

4 
27 

1 

8 

17 

16 

4 

3 

6 

17 

2 


36 
7 
3 
14 
10 


'?, 


Martin 


?.s 


Meelcer ,„ _-_ _ 


",4 


Millelacs . _ 


2 

2 


35 




4 

3 
3 
7 
12 


3fi 


Mower— ._ 


?.7 




3 

6 
6 

7 

41 
17 
1 
2 
8 


8 

20 

9 

5 


'« 


Nicollet __ 


'9 


Nobles ._ 


W 


Norman _ 


1^1 


Olmsted _ I 


7 
4 

1 


W, 


Ottertail 


1 


^R 


Pine 


S4 


Pipestone _ _ 




35 


Polk 

Pope . _ . 


4 

1 
4 
3 


7 


27 

5 
25 

1 


17 




5 
14 


5 
7 


W 


Red Lalie 


39 


Redwood _ „ „ 


III 


Renville .. 


62 

3 

S 
12 
7 
1 


62 

18 
5 
4 

11 


3 


26 


41 


Rice 


». 


Rock 


2 

5 

12 


_.. 

5 
32 
22 


48 


Roseau 


44 




i5 


Scott 


46 


Sherburne _ . _ 








Steams _ 


4 
53 

1 


3 
9 




10 
10 




3 


49 
SO 


Steele 


51 


Swift 


12 

22 

6 

8 

12 

3 

25 
6 
8 
2 

64 
6 


31 
7 




6 
3 





)S 


Ti'averse 






i5 


Wabasha 


1 
8 

:i 
7 
21 
4 
6 

3 
1 


2 




12 
15 

17 
73 
7 
11 
15 

32 

7 






Waseca 




1 
1 

2 

2 




ifi 






i7 




>R 


Watonwan , _ 


1 
1 
2 


4 

16 

7 

12 
6 


i9 


Wilkin ^ 


in 


Winona 




Wright . 


i1 


26 


4 
1 


>2 


Yellow Medicine 






— 





iR 


The State - 


17,147 


37,651 


9,833 


2,173 


1,237 


3,381 


482 


2,4S6 


16,749. 


1,310 




Adams 

Alcorn 

Amite 


j4 
5 
6 


458 
87 
92 

275 
28 

162 

44 

135 

273 

87 


588 
134 
318 
436 
155 

404 
130 
407 
414 


123 
29 
84 

143 
23 

135 
37 

134 
83 

71 


45 
12 
17 
3 
27 

32 

19 

9 

25 


34 
6 
5 
1 

15 

8 

4 

• 14 

6 

4 


3 

8 
43 
16 


16 


32 
2 
32 
33 
26 

24 
8 
28 
26 
16 


317 

77 

133 

237 

29 

164 
47 
169 
265 
114 


18 


7 


Attala -. . 


4 




,8 




1 

35 

2 




Bolivar 

Calhoun 


9 



39 
13 
42 
3 
8 


5 
2 
11 
3 
3 


1 


Carroll . _ _- 




Chickasaw - - 






Choctaw _ 


3 
16 











GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Continued. 



49 















MINNESOTA- 


Continued 
















HOESES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts! 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colls 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

iiiulor 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 ycEir 

and 

over. 


Earns 

and 

\vether.s 

1 year 

and 

over. 




1,958 
1,422 
1,259 
1,470 
433 

13, 147 
495 
445 
173 
344 

882 
111 
653 
305 
650 

143 
947 
384 
1,214 
951 

483 
1,111 
657 
424 
968 

1,2.53 
673 
660 

1,318 
647 

1,548 

1,459 

331 

761 

1,221 

508 
7,623 

409 
1,081 
1,065 

1,291 
672 
150 

3,298 
564 

190 
564 
1,997 
S54 
464 

780 
835 
392 
1,061 
331 

616 

1,283 

653 

896 

1,947 

1,014 

785 


39 
32 
21 
24 
7 

40 
8 
5 
4 


25 
17 
14 
13 


1,894 
1,373 
1,22-1 
1,433 
426 

13,061 
477 
428 
166 
343 

844 
106 
639 
293 
623 

143 
918 
368 
1,149 
932 

467 
1,078 
631 
402 
935 

1,219 
655 
646 

1,2.52 
610 

1,488 

1,424 

323 

725 

1,176 

489 
7, .583 

394 
1,055 
1,029 

1,271 
639 
140 

3,281 
644 

182 
530 
1,942 
842 
453 

743 
796 
3S6 
1,037 
312 

606 

1,261 

538 

883 

1,936 

977 
739 


26 
11 
60 
2 
3 

27 
4 
6 
3 




5 


21 
11 
39 
2 
3 

27 
4 
6 


4 
2 
2 
2 


29 
76 
1 
43 
21 

106 


9 
34 


18 

39 

1 

17 
15 

63 


2 
3 


305 
480 

94 
471 

66 

270 

464 

110 

12 

37 

273 
37 
27 
63 
80 

13 
575 

62 
236 

242 

41 
260 
54 
64 
556 

369 
275 
207 
729 
157 

210 

426 
142 
205 
256 

75 
336 
2-10 
140 
201 

309 
601 
9 
204 
425 

43 
152 
719 
180 
9 

1.52 
242 

72 
294 

40 

186 

227 

44 

261 

411 

349 

74 


5 


1 




? 




21 




a 


18 


8 
6 

10 


6 


4 






5 


46 
10 

12 
3 

1 

8 
1 
4 
4 
16 






5 


43 


36 


6 






7 






2 












8 


3 




2 




2 






9 














10 


30 
4 

10 
8 

11 


2 






2 




22 


6 


11 


5 




11 










T> 


9 
1 
13 




1 


8 
1 
12 




6 
9 
13 


4 
4 
5 


2 
4 
6 






13 






1 

2 




14 




1 




3 


15 






16 


16 
7 

41 
7 

10 
14 
16 
8 
13 

14 

8 

7 

45 

19 

31 
20 

7 
20 
24 

15 
15 
11 
12 
23 

9 
22 

2 
11 
13 

5 

21 

25 

9 

5 

21 

25 

4 

10 

7 

7 
10 
13 
5 
5 

9 
19 


13 

9 

24 

12 

6 
19 
10 
14 
20 

20 
10 
7 
21 
18 

29 
15 
1 
16 
21 

4 
25 

4 
14 
13 

11 

11 

8 

6 

7 

3 
13 
30 
3 
6 

16 
14 
3 

14 

12 

3 
12 
2 
8 
6 

28 

27 


6 
10 

7 
10 

2 
7 
3 
7 
8 


1 


1 


4 
10 
7 
9 

2 

7 
1 
7 
7 




1 

1 

2 

11 

6 






1 


6 


17 




1 
1 
4 

1 




IS 








1 

7 

3 




33 

1 


19 


1 








20 






2 


?1 








2 


99 




2 




5 

36 

201 


1 

12 
86 


18 
108 


2 
6 
7 


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"1 




1 






Or, 




2 

2 

1 
2 


1 

1 
2 
3 


96 


12 
4 

13 
2 

3 
13 






12 
4 

11 
2 

1 
12 


832 
12 
.55 
26 

1 
106 

5 

416 

19 

7 
27 
59 
12 
213 


213 

8 

22 

10 

1 
40 


615 


4 
9 
6 
7 


27 






9H 


2 




27 
9 


oq 




30 




2 




13 
1 
9 
5 
4 


31 


1 




56 

5 

273 

9 

5 
3 

35 

6 

102 


10 


R-' 






33 


14 
15 

2 
137 

6 
17 
11 

1 


1 


11 


2 
15 


5 


138 

7 

1 
24 
21 


5 
3 

1 


31 


1 
1 


1 


1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

1 




1S6 
4 
17 

1 


48 


■n 


2 


3 

6 

30 


'W 




1 
8 

1 


■11 







81 


40 
dl 






1 
37 
11 

4 


1 
1} 








40 


6 
67 
9 




2 
2 


4 

65 

9 




~6 
2 






IS 










44 








5 


45 










46 


6 
30 
4 
1 

11 

21 
4 
7 
4 






6 

29 

4 

1 

11 
20 
4 
7 
4 












1 
13 


47 




1 


6 


193 
1 
6 

23 
37 
10 
5 
4 


71 

1 


116 


6 


4S 




■19 










6 

2 
2 




50 








8 
13 


13 

22 
10 




51 


1 
















53 








4 
1 


1 
1 




5-1 








2 




55 






i 


6 

4 


56 


1 


1 






30 


17 


12 

V,~ 
4 

21 
3 


1 








1 


5S 


22 
4 

14 
1 




1 


21 
4 

14 
1 


20 
11 

37 
6 


5 
4 

16 
2 


2 
10 

7 
1 


59 






3 


60 








61 






1 


69 









MISSISSIPPI. 



15,552 


385 


360 


14,807 


4,299 


76 


149 


4,074 


213 


3,109 


759 


1,596 


754 


22, 577 


■ 1,839 


6; 


478 
135 

80 
175 

18 

242 

36 

127 

243 

95 


9 
5 
3 
4 
1 

12 
4 
2 

16 


4 
4 


465 
126 

77 
168 

17 

208 

30 
116 
220 

92 

/ 


133 

9'i 

25 
SO 




7 
6 

1 


126 
13 
24 
30 


1 
5 


48 
8 


24 
4 


2 
4 


22 


250 
40 
204 
322 
122 

339 
136 
202 
407 
229 


6 


6 


3 






1 
2 




3 








♦ 






f] 
















n 




22 
2 
9 
7 
2 

AG- 


120 

8 

39 

57 

6 


10 


18 
1 

4 


92 
7 
34 
56 
6 


14 
4 
4 
1 

1 










89 
1 
4 

18 




14 


6 


6 


2 


7 


1 
1 




1 
132 




1 
91 




7 




29 


12 


2073 









50 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND IN0L0SURE8, 

MISSISSIPPI-Continued. 



10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

27 
28 
29 



36 
37 
38 
• 39 
40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 

46 
47 
48 
49 
50 

5] 
52 
63 
54 
55 

56 
57 
58 
59 
60 

61 
62 
63 
61 
65 



Claiborne _ 

Clarke 

Clay 

Coahoma _ 
Copiah 



Covington _ 

DeSoto 

Franklin___ 

Greene 

Grenada 



Hancock. _. 
Harrison. _. 

Hinds 

Holmes 

Issaquena.. 

Ilawamba . 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson.., 
Jones 



Kemper 

Lafayette 

Lauderdale . 

Lawrence 

Leake 



Lee 

Leflore __. 
Lincoln _. 
Lowndes.. 
Madison _. 



Marion 

Marshall 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Neshoba 



Newton 

Noxubee 

Oktibbeha .. 

Panola 

Pearl River . 



Perry 

Pike 

Pontotoc. 

Prentiss 

Quitman .. 

Eankin ... 

Scott 

Sharkey _. 
Simpson .. 
Smith 



Sunflower 

Tallahatchie. 

Tate 

Tippah 

Tishomingo... 



Tunica 

Union 

Warren 

Washington . 
Wayne 



Webster 

Wilkinson _ 

Winston 

Yalobusha. 
Yazoo 



Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



174 
319 
169 
196 
741 

121 
53 
82 
14 

172 

282 
713 
828 
316 
53 

87 
930 

30 
113 

235 

24 
242 
886 
29 
32 

323 
245 
282 
601 
262 

43 
159 
431 
226 



135 
330 
349 
225 
136 

301 
681 
207 
238 
23 

107 
126 
73 



NEAT CATTLE. 



36 

138 

71 

257 

122 

1 



222 

802 



125 
123 



282 
402 



All neat 
cattle. 



748 

235 

488 

1,685 

370 
139 
338 
65 
367 

1,124 

1,133 

1,449 

754 

149 

594 

1,587 

■ 299 

446 

654 

103 
399 
1,364 
102 
133 



467 
391 
807 

777 

234 
493 
795 
677 
62 

493 
471 
714 
595 
570 



351 
374 
205 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



287 
141 
611 
180 



136 
358 
978 
537 
320 

277 
416 
121 
561 
915 



84 

260 

6 

162 

360 

53 
45 
86 



188 
289 
460 



110 
356 
28 
112 
199 



103 
303 
30 
44 

14."> 
127 
143 
270 
224 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



131 

198 

217 

5 

122 
157 
174 
151 
132 

263 
488 
145 
134 
■66 

103 
109 
59 



96 
49 
197 



44 

91 

292 

140 

87 

104 
111 
48 
182 
198 



27 

1 

15 

53 
17 
69 
28 
32 

123 
53 
31 
45 
52 

2 
26 
80 
11 
13 

73 
26 
3 
25 
91 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 



Steers 3 

years and 

over. 



195 
37 
12 
33 

164 

186 



35 
23 
3 

113 

81 

2 

28 

4 

34 
181 
43 
79 
50 

13 

2 

176 



Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 



234 
29 
31 
70 
12 

69 

6 

53 

40 

164 

241 
101 
12 
32 
30 

7 

45 

2 



2 
116 



Heifers 1 
and under 

2 years. 



12 



44 



23 
29 
15 
18 
147 

40 
16 
34 
6 
22 

95 
91 
71 
23 
4 

99 
149 
14 
14 
44 

11 
14 
92 



Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



146 
365 
142 
232 
707 

78 
69 

126 
4 

198 

251 
624 
805 
397 



188 
789 
44 
158 
282 



236 
731 
44 
49 

330 
242 
206 
495 
252 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



240 
1 



138 



188 

389 

281 

5 

168 
267 
311 
257 
190 

363 
692 
233 
244 
29 

156 
157 
92 



334 

'lo 



35 



145 

52 

281 

107 



50 
196 
551 
296 
112 

131 
166 
52 
313 
442 



— 








MISSOXJEI. 










66 


The State 


84,847 


71,865 


12,302 


2,004 


2,940 


1,633 


300 


2,605 


48,773 


1,308 


68 


Adair 

Andrew. 


* 414 
465 
513 
712 
586 

694 
1,345 
285 
182 
874 


360 
420 
1,692 
655 
749 

661 
994 
414 
217 
646 


22 

62 

88 

102 

129 

122 
139 
73 
79 


4 

■ 11 

25 

2 

46 

32 
7 

53 
4 


42 

8 

1,160 


1 


1 
1 
3 


28 
23 
12 
IS 
42 

20 
22 
13 
21 
14 


260 
294 
364 
517 
446 

476 
817 
236 
138 
515 


2 
26 
40 
16 
18 

4 
6 
17 


69 


Atchison 


70 


Audrain 




71 


Barry 




70 


Barton 


52 

7 

1 

22 

1 


15 


r 


73 


Bates 


74 


Benton . 




3 


75 


Bollinger 


~~ 


76 


Boone 


4 

7 








- .. — 1 




1 


'} 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 



51 















MISSISSIPPI- 


Continued 


















HOE 


SES. 




MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


■2 years 
and over. 


All 

mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Coltsl 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

slieep. 


Lamts 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 
lyear 
and 
over. 


Rams 
and 
wethers 
lyear 
and 
over. 




179 
149 
179 
254 
450 

98 
77 
63 
16 
137 

382 
665 
942 
855 
65 

53 
783 

29 
119 
154 

36 
251 
612 
40 
42 

273 
297 
199 
503 
299 

105 

191 

366 

174 

4 

96 
309 
356 

257 
79 

224 
475 
180 
162 
34 

129 

100 

77 


5 

7 
3 
8 
10 


6 

5 

1 

5 

22 

4 
3 
2 

1 
1 

4 
1 
21 
7 

1 


168 
137 
175 
241 
418 

94 
73 
57 
14 
131 

371 
656 
891 
336 
60 

44 
765 

26 
117 
151 

29 

245 

591 

38 

26 

254 
280 
182 
482 
274 

103 

178 

353 

167 

4 

87 
285 
328 
249 

78 

217 
459 
173 
154 
S3 

127 
99 
70 


46 
26 
14 
30 
59 

25 
50 
17 
1 
14 

69 
60 

101 
55 

290 

15 
38 
11 
5 
21 

5 

30 

174 

63 

11 

48 
66 
7 
44 
27 

106 
33 
62 
40 






46 
23 
14 
27 
51 

25 

43 

7 

1 

14 

69 
60 
98 
55 
289 

11 
38 
10 
5 
18 

4 

24 

164 

63 

6 

42 
61 
4 
40 
23 

106 
28 
60 
40 




1 


1 






45 
651 
333 

217 
428 

150 
111 
316 
30 
89 

439 

1,189 

531 

SO-l 

1 

384 

2,348 

78 

49 

496 

186 

269 

642 

97 

65 

594 
142 
83 
654 
306 




1 


1 


1 


1 
3 
2 
6 






33 


9 










^ 


2 
4 


1 
4 












4 


9 
28 


3 


3 

21 


8 

2 


16 

20 
2 
10 


5 


1 
4 
1 
5 

7 

8 

30 

12 

4 

9 

11 
1 


5 


2 
10 


5 




7 


15 
171 


52 


10 
94 




8 






25 


9 






68 


i 

243 
44 
29 


in 






303 
43 
15 
5 


71 
9 
10 


141 
16 
5 


91 

18 


11 




"*" 


2 


I"" 




3 


IS 




6 
1 

4 
1 
2 
1 
1 


5 


Id 


1 
3 










15 


1 


499 
658 


155 
146 


234 
325 


110 
187 


73 
759 




7 
2 
2 

1 

6 
2 

13 
1 

11 

14 
5 
1 
10 
12 


17 




1 


18 




4 
12 


2 
2 


2 
10 






IQ 


2 

1 
4 
8 
1 
5 

5 
12 
16 
11 
13 

2 
5 
5 
2 




3 

1 
6 
9 




1 


''O 






''1 














4 

46 
2 


■79 


1 


7 


10 


1 


8 


1 


28 


5 




,1 

4 
4 
1 










''5 


6 
2 
2 
4 
2 


8 
13 


2 


5 
11 


1 
2 


4 

6 

11 

39 


^f\ 


3 

1 


■>7 




•'S 


1 






1 


■)q 


2 






" 


SO 














SI 


8 
8 
5 


2 


3 

2 


4 
6 
5 
8 


518 
2 


123 

1 


318 

1 


77 


389 
714 
271 


86 

2 
5 


32 
SS 






S'l 














S5 


4 
13 
12 

5 


5 
11 
16 
3 
1 

4 
8 
2 
6 


22 
31 
71 
28 
7 

94 
144 
30 
91 
119 

68 
23 
33 


2 
1 
9 


4 
1 

1 
3 


16 
29 
61 
25 
7 

94 
136 
29 
79 
119 

68 
19 
33 










298 
658 
784 
491 
62 

267 
407 
318 
549 
160 

164 
140 
60 


7 

18 

100 

2 


36 


4 
5 


21 

76 




1 

52 


20 
6 


S7 


IS 


38 
S9 




1 


50 

145 
6 
12 
19 
17 

15 
93 
4 


6 
21 


30 

77 
6 
6 

10 
6 


14 
47 


'10 


3 

8 
5 
2 
1 






2 
19 
9 
6 
7 


ll 




8 
1 
4 


2 
8 
21 


/\n 




4 
5 
7 


2 
4 
4 

15 
1 


-IS 


8 


44 
45 


2 






2 
19 


46 


1 
5 




4 


15 
4 


77 


43 


47 


.2 




'18 














49 


15 

70 
73 
224 
77 
12 

106 
157 
806 
429 
65 

67 
149 

18 
275 
361 


1 
5 




14 

61 

73 

205 

74 

n 

101 
147 
781 
417 
61 

65 
146 

18 
265 
358 


3 

24 
20 
19 
5 
2 

508 

22 

393 

231 

4 

15 

28 

2 

32 

128 




1 

1 


2 

21 

18 

17 

3 

2 

508 
20 
888 
230 
4- 

14 

28 

1 

30 

116 




3 




2 


1 


26 

245 

71 

309 

227 


14 
18 


50 


4 


2 
2 






51 












5? 


7 
2 


12 
1 


2 


2 


5 
8 




4 
4 


1 
1 


5 
5 


5S 


2 


3 


54 




1 


55 


3 

5 

13 

6 

4 


2 

5 

12 

6 














162 
627 
541 
116 
393 

368 
65 
67 
192 
138 


3 
76 
16 


56 




2 
3 




18 
82 
10 
11 




1 


17 

57 

1 

3 


57 


2 
1 


2 
2 


25 
2 
3 




7 
5 


59 




3 


60 


2 




1 




61 


3 
















fi'' 






1 














63 


1 

1 


9 
2 


2 


1 










7 
20 


eA 


12 


1 






1 


65 













127, 290 



579 
629 
787 
932 
615 



1,697 
395 
176 

1,228 



MISSOURI. 



1,274 



1,064 



124, 952 



566 
612 
770 
914 
697 

794 

1,667 

387 

174 

1,201 



12,560 



252 



11, 912 



652 



2,071 



2 
144 



732 



102 



220 



81,789 



103 
647 
1,474 
590 
521 

682 
1,458 
597 
605 
688 



52 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

MISSOTXEI— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 








All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

yeax. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

8 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 




1 




2,452 
538 
609 
614 
170 

6M 
843 
.430 
882 
426 

555 
222 
285 
596 
676 

520 
451 
143 
524 
194 

496 
444 
289 
4 
.548 

590 
171 
698 
2,487 
621 

796 
1,108 
137 
689 
550 

484 

359 

6,284 

6,632 

505 

862 

347 

287 

1,176 

1,387 

494 

447 
861 
584 
381 

998 

257 

71 

1,122 

215 

185 
388 
428 
542 
553 

160 

235 

1,048 

1,831 

223 

193 

78 

401 

410 

1,321 

278 
808 
383 
560 
273 

245 
126 

824 
657 

r>i 


767 
720 
411 
427 
462 

453 
699 
660 
901 
375 

758 
252 
249 
526 
1,066 

860 
322 
154 
1,118 
386 

605 

866 

289 

4 

1,082 

478 
197 
816 
2,065 
512 

869 
935 
183 
452 
464 

572 

480 

3,146 

4,281 

564 

609 

354 

302 

1,108 

1,188 

346 
407 
772 
389 
498 

951 
441 
85 
770 
206 

273 
435 
553 
580 
641 

144 

320 

1,188 

1,062 

293 

299 
190 

745 
450 
751 

284 
865 
315 
8.32 
431 

234 
133 
633 
.507 
109 


73 
183 

56 
100 

68 

63 
129 
288 
121 

73 

110 
48 
89 
99 
66 

13 
35 
24 
138 
87 

94 
45 
72 


3 
12 

9 
13 

2 

10 
8 

30 

109 

6 

8 
-2 
23 

6 
65 

3 
3 

1 
91 
27 

30 

1 
3 






1 
2 


27 
33 
15 
5 
8 

12 
26 
40 
17 
3 

26 
6 
8 
16 
55 

3 

13 

9 

22 

52 

6 
6 

7 


661 
369 
331 
305 
101 

340 
528 
327 
616 
287 

425 
161 
165 
395 
372 

380 
230 
113 
360 
175 

357 
312 
200 
4 
550 

370 
188 
478 
1,721 
412 

606 
706 
104 
375 
364 

389 

291 

2,489 

3,211 

429 

460 
249 
241 
670 
900 

283 
277 
688 
299 
273 

618 
222 
57 
603 
149 

147 
298 
339 
402 
446 

108 
179 
741 
838 
181 

181 
101 
297 
281 
648 

208 
653 
266 
531 
244 

193 
80 
641 
363 
63 


2 
33 




9, 


Butler _ 


3 
1 
2 
1 


85 




s 






i\ 


Callaway 




1 
2 

5 
2 
2 


1 




a 




290 
21 




fi 




2 
6 
7 

1 
4 

10 
85 
3 
8 
6 




7 


Carroll 






8 


Carter __ 


4 

'27 

2 

5 


12 
10 




q 


Cass _ 




in 


Cedar 




11 


Chariton 


173 


1 
1 
16 
2 
1 




n 


Christian ___ 




1R 


Clark _- . 








14 


Clay _ ^ 








l.'i 




406 

1 
34 


85 




16 


Cole 




17 








7 
7 

44 
22 

3 
2 
7 




1« 


Crawford 








1>) 


Dade - 


240 
19 

12 


219 
1 

4 


4 
3 




W 


Dallas 




HI 


Daviess 




», 


Dekalb . 






?,3 


Dent _ 










?4 


« Douglas. _ 










Hfl 


Dunklin __ _ 


348 

59 
44 
122 
236 
79 

216 
160 
55 
54 
63 

148 
114 
317 
735 
75 

85 
89 
51 
100 
209 

84 
64 
88 
62 
138 

184 
91 
20 

103 
46 

70 
100 
109 
118 

84- 

80 
96 
294 

175 
74 

50 

59 

244 

80 

77 

60 
141 

45 
180 
100 

81 
19 

54 
112 
28 


49 

6 
3 
19 
46 
8 

19 
7 
6 
1 
2 

12 
27 
61 
67 
9 

9 

7 


22 

4 
4 
176 
2 
3 

1 
2 

5 


49 

1 


34 

2 
1 
3 
6 


30 

27 
7 
14 
51 
10 

17 
24 
12 
19 
18 

15 

14 

115 

179 

26 

17 
8 
10 
28 
44 

6 
24 

9 
21 
29 

14 
64 

4 
31 

3 

9 
19 
24 
20 
36 

4 
20 
55 
20 
16 

6 

6 

22 

39 

,12 

10 
16 
2 
40 
16 

4 
7 
21 
9 
9 




?fi 


Franklin 


9 




9,7 


Gasconade ._ 




W 


Gentry.. 




3 

4 




?,9 


Greene _ 






an 


Grundy 






ai 


Harrison 




6 

1 


5 
35 
1 
2 
6 

7 
15 
69 
5 
9 

6 

267 




32 


Henry _ 






88 


Hickory 






84 


Holt 




1 




an 


Howard _. . 


1 

3 

13 
45 
61 

5 

4 






36 


Howell . 


2 
6 
2 
12 

1 

23 


1 




37 


Iron — _. 




RR 


Jackson 


58 
11 




.89 






40 


Jefferson 




41 


Johnson __ ' 


5 
1 




42 


Knox _ 




43 


Laclede 








44 


Lafayette ... 


19 
27 

1 
7 

29 
6 

23 

68 

34 
1 
12 


11 
4 


21 
4 


2 




45 


Lawrence. ... 




46 


Lewis ... 


1 






48 
49 


Linn. .. ' 

Livingston 


22 


3 




10 
8 




60 


McDonald ZIIII 

Macon. _. . 


26 

24 
23 


1 
1 


1 


8 

40 
6 
2 
9 

7 

34 

12 
67 
9 
14 




"il 


2 
1 




')2 


Madison 




53 


Maries 


._ 

2 
1 

_. 




55 


Mercer : ... 


8 


2 




56 


Miller 


6 

5 

6 

22 

33 

2 
7 

32 
12 
12 

39 
17 
29 
20 
8 

1 
13 


6 


1 




57 
5S 


Mississippi . . ... 




59 

fin 


Monroe 


27 


r 


8 






New Madrid .. 


1 




SI 

i9 






33 
t4 


Newton ... 

Nodaway 


14" 
4 
7 

8 


13 
3 

1 


5 
2 
3 
3 


47 
9 




i5 








Osage 




i6 


9 
5 
145 
7 
1 

2 


6 




i7 


Ozark 








2 
4 
4 




i9 


Perry 


4 
11 









Pettis 


8 
6 






Phelps 




1 


1 
37 

2 
64 
19 


2 
3 




0, 


Pike 




3 


Platte .... _. 


2 








13 
10 

8 

8 
14 
14 

5 




2 
1 


2 
25 

3 




6 




16 




7 


Rails 




R 


Randolph 




19 
2 






q 


Ray 







1 
7 

1 








2 






3 







GENERAL TABLES. 



53 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES— Continued. 

MISSOUBI— Continued. 



All horses. 



4,697 
649 
705 
644 
250 

790 
1,115 

248 
1,132 

.613 

776 
266 
439 
796 
849 

641 
648 
107 
645 
253 

712 
545 
237 
13 
492 

640 
143 
909 
2,590 
769 

1,175 

1,234 

176 

977 

710 

453 

310 

12, 908 

9,550 

398 



510 

261 

1,443 

1,683 

638 
605 
1,028 
981 
472 

1,174 

222 

67 

1,457 

332 

200 
414 
592 
655 
662 

247 

221 

1,501 

2,067 

217 

179 

83 

447 

366 

1,546 

300 
951 
455 
623 
258 

363 

255 



824 
92 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 




34 



2 years 
and over. 



4, 658 
02S 
676 
632 
240 

781 
1,083 

240 
1, 103 

507 

749 
262 
430 

778 



627 
636 
105 
617 
243 

692' 
535 
226 
13 
462 

627 
143 
880 
2,614 
765 

1,125 

1,205 

173 

954 

691 

434 

305 

12, 806 

9,297 



249 
1,407 
1,640 

627 
589 
1,012 
969 
457 

1,149 

205 

62 

1,430 
317 



194 



641 
644 

238 

214 

1,430 

1,991 

211 

173 

78 

436 

350 

1,525 

292 



249 

366 
231 
1,042 
799 
85 



All 
mules. 



137 
25 
41 
32 

77 
115 
253 
61 
27 

24 
17 
4 
21 
3» 

112 
29 
19 
67 
42 



60 

1 

119 

84 
22 
11 
113 
16 

22 
108 
5 
63 
27 

83 

68 

2,491 

544 



126 
12 
9 

180 
85 

11 
30 

16 
26 
72 

58 
47 

9 
79 

4 

18 
64 
33 
43 
30 

13 
76 
123 
59 
63 

a5 

9 

484 

62 



Colts 

under 1 

yeai-. 



Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 



4 
6 


16 
1 


4 
3 


6 

12 




1 







2 years 
and 
over. 



i;!3 

17 
38 
22 

77 
107 
244 
54 
25 

20 
15 
4 
19 
37 

109 
26 
19 

35 



21 
75 
4 
60 
25 

81 
67 
2,445 
514 
34 

107 
6 
9 

170 
70 

11 
29 

16 
21 
61 

47 
45 

8 
78 

4 

16 
62 
28 
31 
21 

13 
74 
113 
50 
CiO 

35 
9 

481 
42 
78 

17 
IB 
18 
7 
21 

4 
12 
37 
52 

42 



All 
sheep. 



10 
106 



12 

143 

2 



3 
11 
6 

16 
106 

1 
70 

1 



Lambs 

under 1 

year. 



12 



l-lW'CS 

1 year 
and 
over. 



Rams 
and 
wethers 
1 year 
and 
over. 



6 
140 

1 



36 



45 



631 
866 
544 
449 
346 

937 
1,0.38 
1,497 
1,499 



1,033 
:!21 
267 
538 



84 
318 
395 
651 
412 

649 

731 

661 

36 

1,822 

600 
205 
1,121 
741 
603 

1,088 
1,303 

431 
1,497 

617 

464 

585 

1, 349 

3,096 

315 

778 
356 
341 
1,590 
627 

404 
461 
607 
276 
1,025 

655 
505 
221 
702 
333 

569 
1, 120 
328 
482 
555 

200 
606 
952 
2,652 
897 

247 

313 

1,262 

1,264 

516 

529 
332 
606 
715 
609 

272 

87 

293 

1,1.51 

359 



64 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSUEES, 

MISSOTJEI— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years aud 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 




Ripley 


398 
534 
459 
246 
1,292 

1,844 
10,388 

1,244 
293 
325 

389 
408 
443 
417 
82 

373 
55 

274 

1,360 

84 

130 
280 
352 
307 
251 


490 
386 
448 
217 
1,547 

1,783 

1,605 

1,150 

374 

311 

617 
613 
464 
720 
139 

497 
118 
354 
1,227 
68 

180 
390 
727 
335 
291 


165 
28 
54 
48 

429 

139 

84 
162 
102 

57 

166 
221 

74 
188 

35 

102 
30 
97 

112 
5 

61 

142 

176 

64 

69 


21 

10 

6 

3 

31 

10 
5 
11 
16 
6 

23 
7 
56 
39 
12 

12 

12 

9 

103 


2 
11 


11 


2 


16 
22 
20 
9 
65 

137 

49 

43 

6 

7 

34 

37 
6 

27 
6 

10 
6 
21 
23 
2 

9 

8 
66 
15 

8 


283 
315 
368 
138 
970 

1,469 

1,459 

744 

242 

239 

346 
343 
305 
381 
79 

316 

64 

221 

913 

59 

101 
229 
298 
254 
209 























4 
5 




3 

24 

9 

1 
2 
6 






16 
20 

7 
1 
8 


St. Francois 


6 

3 
6 

178 
1 

1 

11 

1 

20 

41 

• 1 


2 
9 


6 


St. Louis _ 


7 




8 




2 
1 
1 

6 

1 


9 











11 


Scott 


8 
1 
1 

14 
3 

52 
4 
3 
1 


23 
2 
2 
7 


12 




13 


Shelby 


14 


Stoddaid 


23 
3 

2 


15 


Stone 


16 




3 


17 




2 


18 




1 
1 


2 
7 
1 

4 


19 


Vernon 


67 
1 


?n 




"•I 


Washington 


. 5 

9 

37 

1 

2 






99 




63 






93 


Webster _ 




10 
1 


78 
10 
2 


94 


Worth 




95 


Wright 




1 











MONTANA. 



96 


The State 


5,536 


4,981 


982 


167 


120 


60 


22 


266 


3,082 


302 






97 


155 
.58 
121 
263 
51 

47 

85 

354 

104 

203 

347 
127 
2S3 
769 
229 

42 

204 

277 

73 

1,292 

38 

76 

162 

186 


130 
116 
164 
402 
22 

60 
122 
189 
106 
141 

223 
95 
816 
579 
232 

16 
171 
132 

96 
729 

69 
48 
661 
163 


26 
29 
36 

102 

1 

3 

27 
38 
28 
25 

30 
19 
71 
99 
71 

2 
27 
27 
30 
92 

30 
12 
128 
29 


10 
6 
3 

14 


2 
1 
3 
9 
2 

2 
1 
5 
1 


2 
6 
8 
4 


2 


3 

12 
9 
17 


71 
62 
104 
238 
19 

45 
91 

129 
63 

102 

185 

63 

2117 

153 

14 
119 
100 

59 

588 

37 
20 
54 
127 


14 


W 


Broadwater _ _ ___ 


99 






6 
17 


30 


Cascade 


1 


31 




39 




1 






9 
2 
3 
11 
7 

8 

6 

16 

32 

6 




83 


Dawson 


1 

8 






34 


Deerlodge 


6 




- 


35 






3 


36 


Flathead 


6 

3 

4 
16 
10 

2 


1 




37 


Gallatin _ ___ 








38 


Granite 


1 
3 
4 


3 
3 






39 


Jefferson 






40 


Lewis and Clarke- 


1 


__ 


41 


Madison __ 




42 


Meagher 










43 




11 


1 


2 




5 

4 

4 

27 


6 


44 


Park - 


1 


4,') 


Ravalli 


3 

17 

1 

4 
38 
3 








46 


Silverbow 


2 

1 

3 

79 




3 





47 


Sweet Grass 






48 


Teton 


6 
11 




3 

83 

8 





50 
51 


Yellowstone — 


13 

1 


255 

























]SnEBRASICA. 



fi'' 


Tlie State 


39,036 


31,425 


4,060 


569 


179 


648 


64 


1,070 


24,498 


337 




Adams 


53 


855 

375 

8 

10 

284 

284 

83 

145 

1,105 

591 

569 
912 
316 
57 
179 

145 
778 
.394 
396 
434 


637 

402 

12 

22 

231 

394 
134 
184 
941 
504 

433 
799 
273 
92 
266 

116 

707 
321 
284 
376 


72 
82 
3 
6 
32 

90 
29 
36 
133 
63 

54 
80 
31 
30 

77 

26 
57 
18 
15 
73 


8 
9 




8 
1 




18 
8 
1 
4 
6 

4 

;o 

7 

42 

8 

13 
65 
10 
4 
10 

1 
20 
7 
5 
4 


531 

301 

8 

10 

186 

202 
68 
131 
709 
409 

363 
637 
225 
54 
135 

84 
624 
292 
257 
271 




64 
,55 


Banner 


1 


— 




56 

57 


Blaine __ 


2 

7 

12 
12 
4 
33 

21 

3 

13 
1 










58 


Boxbutte 


5 
9 
1 

1 
1 


2 
3 
2 





79 
3 
3 

20 


59 








61 







69 


Burt 


3 
2 




Butler 




63 






65 


Cedar _ 


1 




3 




67 




9 


3 
1 


2 


1 






Cheyenne 


33 
2 


6S 


1 
1 


i9 


Clav 


5 
3 





70 


Colfax 


72 


Custer 


i~ 


-- 


1 


--- 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 



55 



MISSOURI— Continued. 



H0ESI3. 


■ MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 





All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years, 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Evres 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Eams 

and 
wethers 
lyear 

and 
over. 




373 
681 
648 
197 
1,053 

- 2,176 

27,624 

1,682 

832 

506 

454 
318 
639 
439 
95 

531 

98 

271 

• 1,780 

107 

U6 
245 
437 
430 
263 


3 

4 

5 

5 

18 

8 

8 

23 

13 

3 

13 
7 
14 
10 
3 

8 
1 
5 
28 
3 

1 
5 
7 
4 
2 


6 
7 
6 
2 
21 

18 
16 
14 
14 
5 

10 
8 
8 

11 

1 

4 


364 
670 
537 
190 
1,019 

2,150 
27,600 

1,645 
805 
498 

431 
303 
617 
418 
91 

519 

97 

264 

1,735 

103 

U3 

237 
423 
421 
260 


151 
46 
31 
30 

163 

109 

2,810 

128 

263 

7 

122 

139 

32 

79 

12 

11 
13 
33 
98 
12 

30 
103 
63 
5 
22 


3 


3 


145 
46 
28 
29 

156 

165 

2,804 

124 

263 

7 

103 
133 
24 
66 
12 

7 
13 
31 
91 
12 

28 
102 
42 
4 
22 


1 

3 

2 

1 

10 

8 
72 
24 

3 










988 
455 
650 
640 
1,889 

1,326 
197 

1,569 
431 
265 

1,158 
1,277 

237 
1,158 

250 

246 
301 
696 
1,320 
58 

373 
1,127 
656 
653 
496 


32 
4 
4 
1 
9 

32 
834 

6 
12 

2 

17 
6 
1 
5 


1 










■> 


i 
1 

1 

2 


2 


1 
11 
14 

51 
8 
2 
1 


1 
4 

1 

24 
6 






R 


7 
10 

27 
1 
2 




4 


6 

2 
6 


3 


5 
6 


1 


7 


4 


8 






1 


q 










10 


2 
3 
6 


17 
3 
2 

13 


6 
4 
5 
4 
1 


8 
1 




2 

1 


6 


11 




1? 






13 










14 












15 




4 










3 


16 






3 
19 

2 
4 

4 

3 

465 






3 
3 


17 


2 

17 

1 

2 
3 

7 
5 
1 


2 
5 




1 
10 
4 


8 
1 


8 
1 
4 

2 

1 

289 


2 
2 


IS 


2 


19 




■'0 


2 




2 

2 

110 




2 
10 
1 
3 
1 


91 


1 
10 






00 


11 
1 


2 


66 


23 




2 










""i 

















MONTANA. 



12,323 


288 


246 


11, 789 


236 


24 


6 


205 


16 


38 


26 


4 


8 


327 


10 


26 


462 
163 
218 
523 
529 

164 
169 
667 
474 
412 

646 
359 
606 
1,229 
609 

204 
409 
606 
167 
2,259 

126 
283 
742 
297 


15 
5 
8 

15 
5 

6 
1 
5 
30 
5 

3 

6 
17 
10 

3 

1 
4 

25 
5 

21 

1 
3 

89 
5 


13 
5 
11 
18 
3 


434 
■ 153 
199 
490 
521 

158 
164 
657 
436 
397 

643 

348 

580 

1,206 

602 

202 
402 
577 
1.59 
2,221 

124 
280 
645 
291 


4 






4 












23 

5 

2 

14 

22 




07 


















''R 


26 
31 
20 

1 


13 




13 
31 
20 

1 


3 










3 


oq 




3 


3 






30 














11 


















V> 


4 
6 
8 
10 






1 











12 
14 
20 
2 

8 
36 
21 
14 
26 




13 


9 






9 








3 


34 








8 
2 


8 






S'i 


5 

21 
8 
3 

14 
2 

1 

3 

53 

10 

15 






5 

11 
8 
3 

14 
2 

1 
3 

53 
8 

15 


4 


2 






36 


10 








2 


37 


5 

9 

13 

4 

1 
3 
4 
3 
17 

1 














38 


















39 








1 

3 




1 




2 


40 








3 




41 














49 


1 


2 










18 
11 
18 
32 

12 
13 




43 
















44 




2 




5 
5 

2 


5 
5 

2 








45 












46 














47 










6 








48 


108 
1 


1 
8 


1 
















4q 


4 


4 




9 




1 


8 


4 




50 










51 



































STEBRASKA. 



60,201 


1,255 


948 


57,998 


1,987 


77 


97 


1,813 


199 


157 


83 


46 


28 


43,965 


308 


52 


1,158 

620 

21 

29 

485 

414 
208 
216 
1,593 
949 

822 

1,225 

553 

78 

488 

301 
1,040 
488 
559 
732 


18 
16 
5 
1 

17 

25 
3 
12 
32 
15 

29 
17 
8 
4 
16 

6 

17 

9 

8 

19 


9 
10 
1 
1 
10 

11 

6 

8 

12 

14 

8 
19 
4 
2 
22 

2 

6 

8 

10 


1,131 

594 

15 

27 

458 

378 
199 
196 
1,549 
920 

785 

1,189 

541 

72 

450 

293 

1,017 

471 

541 


32 

17 


3 
2 




29 

12 


2 
4 










727 

497 

2 

9 

673 

39 

165 

178 

1,171 

993 

840 

1,477 

484 

112 

88 

20 

1,278 

457 

764 

756 


5 


53 


3 










54 












55 


8 
10 

11 
14 
3 
39 
34 

31 
49 

24 
1 
5 

53 
31 
6 
36 
47 






8 
10 

9 
12 

3 
36 
33 

26 
40 
24 














56 






1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 












57 


2 
2 


. 


20 


14 


4 


2 


' 


58 




13 
1 
4 

1 
1 
1 


59 




6 
7 
8 


4 
3 


1 
4 
8 


1 


60 


3 




61 


1 

2 
7 




60 


3 

2 






63 


5 

1 


1 


1 






64 






65 


1 












66 


1 


4 

53 
28 
6 
33 
40 


2 


7 


3 


3 


1 


5 


67 




68 


3 




2 
2 
1 
4 










9 
1 


69 












70 


2 


1 

7 










71 


4 




4 




4 


70 













56 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTUliiT. 



a?ABLB 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 

NEBBASKA— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 






All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

. over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 




Dakota 


311 
270 
460 
22 
462 

914 

4,387 

57 

713 

290 

148 

440 

1,557 

75 

68 

31 

158 
873 
370 
867 

1 

159 

349 

11 

339 

519 

447 

367 

60 

29 

39 

375 

2,724 

368 

1 

14 


376 
214 
574 
20 
403 

615 

2,610 

71 

493 

271 

129 

384 

1,106 

94 

49 

47 
142 
581 
244 
344 

2 

210 

451 

31 

375 

418 
162 
302 
78 
74 

184 

430 

1,657 

466 


76 
35 
121 
2 
49 

62 
205 
15 
44 
37 

23 

56 

122 

16 

8 

13 
25 

78 
21 
55 

1 
42 
86 
11 
48 

34 
14 
37 
18 
24 

60 
58 
192 
56 


9 
2 
14 


3 


1 


1 
1 
1 


■ 22 

1 

29 


264 
175 
403 
18 
336 

.513 

1,726 

53 

432 

220 

99 

311 

922 

70 

39 

18 

95 

476 

213 

281 

1 

148 

327 

15 

309 

350 
143 
249 
55 
44 

50 

308 

1,405 

368 




1 




3 


Dawson 


2 


3 


1 






6 

7 
14 
2 
4 
7 

1 

4 

25 

3 






1 

1 
7 


7 

• 25 
75 


4 

7 
1 


6 

7 










7 

1 


575 


8 
9 
LO 






5 
2 




8 
5 

5 
12 
30 

1 
1 

8 
8 
14 
5 
5 


_ 
















1 






1 
3 









Ga^^e 


1 


3 






4 


11 












1 






5 
2 
12 
4 
3 






3 
11 






1 












1 






1 




• 


IQ 


























2 
21 






2 
1 


16 
11 
2 
9 

22 




't 


Hnlt 


2 




3 
3 
1 

3 








■"i 




4 

8 
3 
5 




2 

1 
2 


2 


^H 






■>7 








'}9, 






1 


9 
5 
4 

17 
10 
S3 
4 


1 


0() 


Keith 






W 




2 

27 

9 

16 

10 










'il 


Kimball 


3 

22 
2 

1 






27 
23 
5 
10 


<10 


Knox -.- - . 






ss 


1 
12 


8 
5 


s-1 


Lincoln - 


S=i 


Logan 


tfi 




13 


5 










1 


7 




S7 














SR 




848 
402 
318 

629 

569 

1,007 

437 

41 

252 
293 
649 
326 
302 

8r-.9 
95 
795 
365 
712 

100 
564 
130 
174 
28 

156 
5S4 
38 
172 
256 

575 
233 
520 
16 
836 


888 
376 
249 

405 
434 
583 
386 
40 

318 
296 
533 
223 
241 

.549 
117 
634 
250 
581 

123 
318 
164 
273 
56 

87 
538 

71 
118 
135 

471 
190 
459 
24 
547 


94 
75 
36 

42 
49 
52 
53 
5 

17 
23 
60 
32 
45 

42 
28 
57 
38 
70 

27 
37 
32 
49 
20 

4 
61 

19 
2 
20 

60 
26 
60 
6 
63 


33 
8 
3 

8 

7 
5 
11 


17 
2 


5 


1 
1 


86 
1 
9 

16 
10 
11 
19 
2 

7 
17 
25 

7 
11 

28 
3 

17 
9 

17 

3 

8 
12 
12 

2 


612 
288 
201 

338 
365 
512 
302 
33 

240 
248 
426 
184 
180 

473 
74 
630 
195 
483 

76 
267 
114 
188 

28 

83 
436 

41 
116 

89 

• 391 

162 

375 

17 

461 


10 

1 


SP 


Merrick 


40 






41 


Nemaha - ^ _ 






1 
1 
1 

1 




41? 


Nuckolls ^ 


2 
2 






4S 


Otoe 






44 


Pawnee _ -- 






45 


Perkins 








'in 


Phelps 


1 

6 

14 


50 
2 

8 


1 


1 


1 


47 


Pierce 


48 


Platte 








49 


Polk 








W 


Eedwillow . . 


5' 
4 










■il 








2 




W 


Eoek 


1 

1 


5 

1 


6 
20 


W 


Saline ._ . . _ 


8 
7 
9 




54 


Sarpy 


1 

1 

2 
1 

1 
1 


W 


Saunders 


1 

8 
2 
2 
6 






=ifi 


Scotts Bluff ._ 




7 


■17 


Seward ... 


17 




58 






1 


W 


Sherman _ ._. 




BO 


Sioux ... . . 


4 





Bl 


Stanton 








W 


Thayer __ . . _ 


8 




2 


2 


29 
3 




iR 


Thomas _ 




-- 


M 


Thurston 









W 


Valley . . - 


1 

6 
1 
4 




1 


1 


... 

14 

1 


9 


36 
37 

38 


Washington 1 

Wayne • 

Webster . 




59 
70 


Wheeler _ 

York 


12 




1 


_. 


18 

-- 


1 

1 



NT5VABA. 



The State 

Churchill 

Douglas 

Elko 

Esmeralda 

Eureka 



1,064 



784 



43 
104 
32 
58 



133 



25 



13 



528 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES. 



57 







• 








NBBEASJiA- 


Dortlnued 


















HORSES. 


• MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

yeaj. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Earns 

and 

wethers 

lyear 

and 

over. 




5S4 
334 
786 
65 
683 

1,416 
7,725 

112 
1,013 

436 

267 
744 
2,178 
119 
119 

104 
284 
1,267 
541 
510 

3 

230 
653 

27 
477 

669 
737 
472 
103 
79 

140 

742 

4,002 

459 

4 

26 


16 
10 
22 


21 

6 

13 


497 
318 
751 
65 
651 

1,397 

7,624 

96 

976 

423 

248 
■697 
2,081 

lis 

117 

93 

269 

1,230 

528 

492 

2 

216 

614 

24 

459 

638 

714 

448 

96 

69 

109 

708 

3,897 

440 

4 

2.5 


38 
5 

13 
2 

24 

31 
261 
15 
35 
20 

11 
18 
67 

1 


1 


1 


36 
5 

11 
2 

20 

31 
248 
10 
21 
19 

5 
14 
64 

1 


2 

1 
3 










713 

20 

727 

4 

997 

494 

756 

53 

1,001 

773 

296 
825 
1,297 
63 
136 

9 
234 
308 
528 
765 


2 


1 










2 


2 












1 


3 












4 


21 

16 
36 

5 
23 

6 

13 

21 
40 

1 


11 

3 

65 
11 
14 
7 

6 

26 
57 




4 












4 

3 

100 


5 




1 
9 


5 
15 


5 
11 






6 


1 
3 


12 

2 

14 


1 


3 


7 
8 


1 
4 

2 
3 
9 










1 
2 


9 


1 

2 
1 
3 










in 


4 
3 


1 






1 


11 








1? 


1 


1 






2 


13 








14 


2 

3 

5 
12 
2 
4 






3 










15 


8 
10 
25 
11 
14 

1 
10 
23 
3 
8 

10 

19 

16 

5 

5 

16 
19 
55 
16 




















16 


10 
56 
26 
14 


1 
1 
1 




9 
,54 
23 
13 


2 










1 


17 


1 
2 

1 


17 

1 


10 

1 


2 


5 


IS 


■ 3 
3 


5 


19 






20 














■^1 


5 
16 


6 

7 

2 

27 

27 
7 

21 
2 
2 

1 

20 
75 
4 




1 


5 

7 

2 

27 

25 
5 

20 
2 


1 

7 










265 

478 

12 

619 

682 

466 

745 

50 

59 

1 
804 
828 
173 

4 

38 




22 




1 


1 






10 


'^3 










94 


■ 10 

21 
4 
8 
2 
5 

15 
15 
50 
3 








5 




4 


1 


1 

2 
2 
3 


26 


1 


1 
1 


6 
6 
1 




26 










97 




2 


1 




1 


28 






99 


2 
















3(1 




1 

IS 
72 
4 


1 

3 

10 

5 












31 


2 




7 
7 
1 


4- 
6 


3 

1 




13 
43 


3? 


3 




33 




1 


34 












36 


1 




2 






2 














36 




















37 


1,342 
573 
552 

982 
845 
1,436 
654 
70 

427 
565 
937 
892 
557 

1,293 
217 

1,055 
581 
976 

278 
837 
2.51 
236 
81 

275' 
884 
89 
261 
439 

792 

431 

694 

43 

1,117 


39 
10 
5 

2,5 
27 
31 
20 

7 

16 
7 

12 
5 

22 

22 
13 
17 
16 
26 

9 
14 

6 
12 

5 

3 

26 
5 
3 

11 

10 

6 

15 


28 
6 
9 

18 
17 
21 
13 
3 

5 
11 
18 
4 
6 

14 

4 

8 

16 

11 

5 
20 

2 
14 

5 

7 
16 
5 
3 
10 

12 

7 

14 


1,275 
557 
538 

939 
801 
1,384 
621 
60 

406 
547 
907 
383 
529 

1,2.57 
200 

1,030 
549 
939 

264 
803 
243 
210 
71 

265 
8-12 
79 
2.55 
418 

7B4 
418 
6G5 
43 
1,081 


55 

8 

37 

67 
15 
69 
13 




2 


53 
8 
34 

60 
12 
63 
12 


1 


7 


2 


3 


2 " 


1,285 
672 
391 

512 
907 
973 
767 
35 

689 
485 
722 
654 
429 

1,285 
33 

1,206 
458 
732 

20 

1,023 

9 

268 

4 

147 

1,029 

11 

237 

306 

653 
421 
961 
55 
794 


11 


38 




39 


2 

2 
3 
3 
1 


1 

5 


1 

6 
5 
4 
3 












40 










1 


41 










49 


3 


7 






7 


3 

2 


43 






44 












45 


15 
12 
17 

17 
28 

46 
4 
23 
25 
18 

12 
13 
4 
9 
2 

6 
53 


1 


3 


11 
12 
17 
15 
25 

43 

4 
22 
T{ 
IS 

12 
12 
4 
9 
2 

6 

48 


1 
4 
2 
4 
2 

2 
1 
8 
1 

4 












46 












'17 






9 


4 


5 




1 


48 


2 
1 

2 






49 


2 












50 










5 


51 












59 


1 












1 
7 
5 


53 


1 










54 












55 














56 


1 




3 
1 










2 


57 




1 


1 






58 










3 


59 






2 


1 






1 


60 










1 

4 


61 


5 




16 










69 




5 


5 






63 


8 
8 

41 
10 

26 

2 

21 






8 
7 

40 
10 
17 
2 
21 








2 
3 

3 

7 
4 


64 


1 




1 


4 
4 



1 


3 

2 
1 


1 

2 




65 


4 


2 


66 




1 
4 


67 


7 


2 






68 






69 


22 


14 






6 










3 


70 

















I^^EVADA. 



2,582 

7 
101 
460 
219 
131 



36 



2,512 

7 
101 
438 
217 
131 



4 
10 
48 
66 
26 



283 



66 

26 



17 



257 



1 
44 



58 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

KBVADA— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and luider 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 




15 
29 
51 
81 
2 

90 
120 
295 

70 


57 
52 
29 
59 


15 

17 

11 

8 


5 

1 


1 

2 


2 
2 




9 

2 

1 
2 


24 
26 
17 
44 


1 
2 


■>, 






3 






4 












5 


5 


Nye 










fi 




61 
57 
121 
108 


4 




1 

7 


1 






53 

49 

114 

51 


2 


V 


Storey 




1 




8 




7 
36 










9 


White Pine 


7 






2 


10 


2 











STEW HAMPSHIRE. 






The State . 


13,816 


5,071 


327 


91 


50 


68 


14 


404 


3,708 


409 




Belknap 


1 


735 

603 

1,341 

1,052 

1,707 

2,607 
1,909 
1,564 
1,376 
922 


196 
336 
796 
557 
676 

618 
601 
473 
355 
463 


5 

14 
30 
44 
47 

42 
39 
36 
29 
41 


17 
2 
1 
18 
10 

2 
25 
3 
8 
5 


7 
8 
2 
5 

1 




2 


17 
19 
112 
22 
41 

53 
36 
50 


147 
281 
427 
447 
570 

344 
467 
376 
288 
361 


1 
3 
203 
14 
1 

173 
5 
4 
4 

1 


9, 




9 

18 

6 

6 


3 


Cheshire _ 


3 
1 


4 




5 


Grafton 


6 




4 
3 

1 


7 


Merrimack 


3 

3 

4 

17 


23 


R 




9 


Strafford ._ _. 




in 


Sullivan.- 


6 











S-ETW JEESEX. 



The State. 

Atlantic 

Bergen 

Burlington 

Camden 

Cape May 

Cumberland 

Essex 

Gloucester 

Hudson 

Hunterdon 

Mercer 

Middlesex 

Monmouth 

Morris 

Ocean 

Passaic 

Salem 

Somerset 

Sussex 

Union 

Warren 



The Territory. 



Bernalillo __ 

Chaves 

Colfax 

Donna Ana _ 
Eddy 



Grant 

Guadalupe- 

Lincoln 

Mora 

Otero 



Rio Arriba— 

San .Juan 

San Miguel . 

Santa Fe 

Sierra 



Socorro — 

Taos 

Union 

Valencia _ 



41,438 



12,416 



1,202 


276 


3,223 


1,169 


2,007 


634 


1,563 


200 


692 


273 


1,687 


597 


5,625 


1,269 


992 


224 


3,463 


352 


1,227 


471 


1,843 


336 


2,082 


938 


3,853 


970 


2,722 


1,303 


968 


485 


2,477 


670 


650 


234 


776 


210 


910 


472 


2,073 


685 


1,613 


658 



14 
81 
57 
17 
20 

27 
72 
10 
21 
24 

23 
57 
53 
101 
34 



76 



33 



84 



19 



14 



45 



10 



236 
936 
527 
159 
231 

527 
1,061 
200 
277 
395 



785 

875 

1,067 

411 

560 
172 
187 
322 
538 



NEW MEXICO. 



3,462 



463 
53 
366 
126 
146 

728 

212 

68 

16 

48 

19 

CO 

2-1 



302 

100 

16 

49 



2,487 



321 
44 

262 
C2 

111 

392 
133 
63 
37 
11 

IS 

50 

428 

178 

66 

205 
42 
86 
28 



110 
26 
18 
4 



136 



163 



21 

101 

1 

6 



33 



1,176 



222 
44 

145 
27 
73 

176 
49 
24 
19 



13 

35 
86 
55 
27 

127 
17 
16 
13 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON PAEMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Oontinued. 



59 



NEVADA— Continued. 





HOBSES. 


MULBS. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 


— 


All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts! 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 
and 

under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 


Eams 

and 

wethers 

1 year 
and 
over. 




74 

153 

109 

201 

2 

207 
214 
552 
152 


1 

14 

1 

4 




73 
124 
108 
196 
2 

206 
212 
549 
148 


2 
62 
18 
5 
2 

12 
4 
8 

16 






2 

62 

18 

6 

2 

12 
4 
8 

16 




14 


1 


1 


12 


20 

16 
28 
41 


4 




15 












1 




:::::::::: 


4 


1 


r 






__ 


t 





! 

1 
1 
2 


















1 
12 


f 


i 

2 
2 








11 


1 


10 




37 
5 
2 












f 






8 


13 


13 








c 



























NE'V^r HAMPSHIEB. 
















22,323 


71 


63 


22,189 


30 







30 


11 


589 


254 


325 


10 


5,745 


45 


1 


■ 1,121 

825 

2,026 

1,860 

2,705 

5,074 
2,962 
2,478 
1,929 
1,343 


1 


2 


1,118 
825 
2,015 
1,845 
2,675 

5,033 
2,949 
2,461 
1,927 
1,341 










1 

1 
1 
2 

1 

2 


53 
16 
75 
121 
85 

8 

172 

14 


27 
7 
29 
59 
24 

5 
79 
4 


26 
9 
44 
60 
60 

3 

91 

8 




257 
422 
435 
561 
687 

856 
901 
605 
560 
461 






1 

2 

17 

2 

3 
3 






1 
2 
17 
2 

3 
3 




1 
1 




6 

7 

24 

19 
3 
7 
2 
2 


5 
8 
6 

22 
10 
10 






2 
2 

1 
















2 

13 

5 
17 
4 
2 








2 
2 








1 
1 
1 




2 






2 










45 


20 


24 


1 


















NEW JERSEY. 



81,790 


101 


135 


81,564 


1,116 


1 


11 


1,104 


78 


209 


89 


82 


38 


15,448 


1,748 


21 


2,376 
5,017 
2,665 
3,157 
702 

2,301 
16,264 

1,225 
11,488 

1,474 

4,016 
3,263 
7,226 
4,442 
1,241 

5,810 
872 
1,251 
1,228 
4,038 
1,746 


3 

5 
4 


5 
14 
4 
2 
3 

4 

15 


2,367 
4,998 
2,667 
3,166 
695 

2,294 
16,238 

1,224 
11,473 

1,456 

4,012 
3,246 
7,211 
4,426 
1,235 

6,786 
868 
1,251 
1,209 
4,022 
1,732 


78 
20 
49 
53 
11 

34 
231 

27 
186 

12, 

111 
33 
47 
29 
32 

51 

9 

4 

6 
37 
56 






78 
20 
49 
53 
11 

34 
228 

27 
186 

11 

106 
33 
46 
29 
32 

49 
9 
4 
6 
37 
56 


3 
5 
4 


1 
20 
23 
13 

4 






1 
6 
1 
2 
2 


816 
606 
1,002 
336 
486 

823 

271 

826 

1,262 

1,031 

399 

618 

1,127 

1,327 

684 

783 
626 
180 
505 
114 
1,627 


10 
225 

20 
157 

1 

15 
320 

16 
310 

14 

112 

134 

23 

28 

173 


01 






5 
8 
5 
2 


9 
14 
6 








Ot\ 








4 

3 
11 

1 
6 
10 

3 
1 
6 
5 






2 


^t^ 








0" 




3 


8 


7 


4 


3 




'>S 








9 
8 

1 
7 
8 
11 
6 

14 

1 






4 


11 
6 

29 
3 

15 
1 
2 

5 


6 
6 

12 
2 
2 
1 

1 

4 


1 


4 


Sfl 


1 


6 


SI 


4 
2 
7 
9 
6 

5 


8 

1 
1 


9 


SO 




ft 




1 


12 


SI 




S'i 






1 
1 




S6 


10 
3 




2 




37 






38 






1 
9 

4 
5 


4 
46 
20 


2 
22 


■23 
12 


1 


9 

5 

150 

26 


SP 


10 
7 
9 


9 
9 

5 






-10 






'11 








■f 

















STEW MEXICO. 



7,216 


309 


255 


6,652 


496 


9 


9 


478 


1,184 

18 
1 

87 
7 

22 

342 
75 
2 


70 


31 


10 


29 


1,005 


1,223 


4, 


1,056 

81 

679 

358 

263 

1,795 
42« 
176 
44 
68 

44 
147 
812 
280 

88 

543 

173 

69 

112 


9 


10 

1 

11 

28 
10 

74 
2 
2 
3 


1,037 

80 

643 

289 

244 

1,618 
409 
168 
40 

68 

37 
133 
705 
272 

87 

522 
Its 

100 


78 
12 
26 
9 
16 

144 
48 
14 
6 
10 




2 


76 
12 
26 
9 
16 

136 
47 
14 
5 
10 


14 


4 


4 


6 


152 


62 


/J' 




4 


25 

41 

9 

103 

17 

6 

1 






3 

2 


3 

1 






53 
66 
15 

243 
31 
11 

45 

1 

8 
35 
91 
103 


34 
9 


^ 






1 




4 










4 


4 

1 


7 




1 


6 


39 

60 

6 

1 

3 






fi 




6 
12 


5 
12 






<i 










•S 












■i 




7 

3 

63 

2 

1 

3 
9 

15 
11 
















■i 


11 

44 

6 


12 
23 
57 






12 
16 
67 




7 

1 

14 


2 


4 


1 

1 

14 




6 


5 


2 


305 

199 

17 

75 
30 
2 
2 


905 
71 


|^ 






5 










5 


18 
16 
2 

1 


21 
9 
6 

7 






21 
9 
5 
7 








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89 

55 


8 
35 


fi 














6 














6 






6 


4 




1 


7 




6 













60 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.-NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCL0SURE8, 

XEW YORK. 





























COtJNTIiS. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
aiiimals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 










All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

yeai-s and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


The State 


129, 048 


50,218 


5,402 


615 


2,729 


1,657 


232 


2,964 


35,894 


725 






2,516 
1,856 
1,608 
2,273 
2, 080 

2,698 
1,555 
1,556 
1,713 
1,357 

1,147 
1,259 
2,276 
8,038 
1,312 

1,558 
1,555 
1,200 
1,260 
HI 

1,231 
3,009 
8,180 
940 
1,809 

1,572 
4,217 
1,338 
2,907 
5,548 

1,947 
3,183 
3,577 
1,814 
2,790 

1,368 
2,103 
1,990 
407 
3,560 

2,445 
1,539 
1,378 
3,337 
1,763 

805 

1,224 

646 

906 

2,510 

3,191 
1, 155 
857 
1,063 
3,607 

888 
1,841 
1,699 
4,036 
1,141 

599 


559 

1,471 
342 , 

1,744 
702 

1,751 
322 
518 

1,485 
558 

328 

651 

702 

4,427 

1,122 

1,077 
444 
440 
700 
167 

479 
1,068 
638 
533 
948 

1,054 

173 

1,135 

2,595 

741 
1,086 
640 
735 
642 

362 
976 
626 
86 
778 

614 
622 
458 
1,937 
662 

120 
528 
254 
388 
1,028 

1,402 
914 
279 
383 

1,492 

546 
.577 
518 
l,4,-,3 
490 
213 


21 
225 

38 
366 

79 

218 

64 

59 

■233 

40 

55 
97 
64 
237 
106 

161 
51 
22 
74 
25 

64 
143 
74 
79 
63 

55 
55 
10 
95 
335 

64 
160 
65 
42 
82 

10 

125 

92 

4 

20 

43 

20 

47 

273 

67 

4 
40 
14 
36 
110 

133 

155 

31 

33 

177 

54 
64 
36 
138 
62 
13 


3 

45 


2 
50 






13 
73 
20 
118 
2:3 

93 
8 
67 
58 
42 

15 
62 
75 
188 
28 

86 
26 
13 
50 
17 

40 
42 
42 
123 
39 

41 
32 
13 
94 
15 

37 
178 
40 
24 
47 

9 

73 
68 

1 
18 

37 
53 
46 
249 
33 

7 

25 

9 

9 

34 

72 
74 
11 
10 
84 

38 
20 

9 
74 
14 

5 


518 
1,047 

278 
1,191 

577 

1,343 
236 
356 

1, 129 
458 

2.39 
463 
550 
1,619 
977 

779 
333 
392 
550 
111 

357 
835 
442 
308 
835 

406 
947 
146 
899 
509 

596 
715 
538 
656 
475 

336 
732 
427 
67 
701 

516 
526 
347 
1,214 
560 

104 
447 
223 
330 
860 

1,144 
621 
232 
3-20 

1,187 

422 
483 
466 
1,199 
399 
193 


2 
8 
6 

19 
8 

29 
3 

25 




18 


5 


3 


Allegany „_ — 


4 
5 


Broome _ - _ 

Cattaraugus - - 


36 
10 

24 
3 
4 

49 
4 

3 

10 
5 
16 
11 

18 
14 

5 
10 

5 

10 

17 


3 


1 
3 

22 
6 

1 

1 


10 
2 

7 
2 
5 
5 
2 

1 

6 
1 
6 


6 

7 






15 


g 






i 

10 
2 


in 




10 
10 








6 
14 

7 
43 


10 














14 
15 
16 

17 

IS 






78 


Erie 


2,240 




1 
8 
3 
11 




13 
2 


19 
6 
3 


Fulton 


4 
2 
3 




Genesee 




2 
8 

5 
4 
21 
4 
3 

3 






1 

10 
31 

17 

10 
20 
1 
28 
41 

27 
22 


21 

22 

09 






3 

12 
23 






6 
5 
2 
1 

3 

2 


24 
25 


Swis 






6 

6 
7 
2 
9 
12 

9 
6 
4 
3 


1 

1 

1 


07 




28 
29 
30 

SI 






1 

2 

43 

2 
2 






8 
1,395 

6 


New York 


245 






33 
84 




3 

3 

3 

21 






Ontario 


5 
3 

1 
2 
2 
7 
2 


3 






14 

1 
22 
29 

4 
37 

15 
18 
2 
50 


36 

97 






6 

19 

5 

1 


3 

1 
2 


38 


Oswego 




2 


40 
41 

42 




Queens 




4 
1 
9 
76 
5 








1 
1 

15 
3 




3 

3 
20 


/\i\ 




3 
10 
4 

2 

1 

3 

1 

5 
16 






46 

47 
48 
49 








3 

1 

3 

6 

20 

15 
4 
1 
5 




13 
3 
3 
3 

19 

24 

3 

1 

24 

10 
4 
3 
5 
7 
2 


1 












1 


61 

52 

5S 






Suffolk-- _ _. - - 

Sullivan ■ 


7 
13 


7 
7 
1 


54 

55 






11 
4 

1 
1 


3 
10 


56 
57 




6 
5 




16 
4 
3 

14 
4 




1 
1 
16 


59 






3 

4 


4 






6^^ 


Yates 










1 







NOBTH CAKOLINA. 





The State 


26,612 


20,500 


3,211 


782 


414 


615 


233 


943 


13,399 


843 








1,374 
132 

1 
268 

2 

368 
37 
45 
31 

733 


741 

114 

1 

215 


71 

19 


22 
6 


6 


2 


1 


21 
2 


615 

81 

1 

153 


3 
6 






16 


Alleghany 








i7 




40 


2 


3 




1 


13 


3 


18 


Ashe - - - - - 




i9 


Beaufort - 


237 
144 
65 
27 
701 


47 
26 
15 
9 
91 


7 

33 

7 


28 

23 

2 


27 

12 

8 


13 
2 
1 


14 
S 
7 
4 

13 


99 
12 
19 
14 
575 


2 

33 

6 


"0 


Bertie 


"1 


Bladen - 


-0 


Brunswick 


ra 


Buncombe 


6 




8 





8 



GENERAL TABLES. 



61 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES— Continued. 

STETT YOBK. 



15,690 ( 



444 

41 

1 



287 
31 
10 
25 

694 





H0RSE3. 


MTJLES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

yeai. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Rams 

and 
wethers 
1 year 

and 
over. 




304,264 


846 


1,147 


302,271 


1,859 


7 


14 


1,838 


420 


9,654 


3,798 


4,779 


1,077 


41,969 


3,041 


1 


5,817 
2,219 
2,846 
1,500 
3,099 

3,583 
2, 605 
2,175 
2,047 
1,951 

1,711 
1,900 
4,173 
18,202 
1,569 

2,062 
2,303 
1,706 
1,979 
205 

2,010 
4,383 
38,043 
1,378 
2,360 

2,139 
8,499 
•1, 190 
5,558 
75, 809 

2,772 
5,613 
7,086 
2,376 
5,323 

1,661 
2,852 
2,719 
695 
7,046 

5,001 
3,230 
2,401 
4,579 
3,141 

1,.544 
1,394 
913 
1,148 
3,406 

5,098 
1,604 
1,172 
1,663 
4,354 

1,667 
2,699 
2,244 
10, 432 
1,538 
842 


7 

17 
11 
23 
17 

19 
10 
21 
21 
5 

14 
9 
20 
34 
16 

20 
4 
8 

11 


4 
24 
23 
21 
24 

24 
15 
18 
39 
8 

10 
13 

17 

23 

6 

14 
7 
9 

1 


5,806 
2,178 
2,812 
l,4.^i6 
3,058 

3,540 
2, .580 
2,136 
1,987 
1,938 

1,687 
1,878 
4,136 
18,145 
1,547 

2,028 
2,292 
1,689 
1,967 
205 

1,984 
4,305 
37,969 
1, 352 
2,310 

2,120 
8,395 
2,161 
.5,541 
75,627 

2, 7.50 
5, 616 
7,055 
2,363 
5,296 

1,683 
2,806 
2,686 
691 
7,025 

4,988 
3,225 
2, 3'j3 
4,490 
3,114 

1,540 
1, 363 
888 
1,121 
3,318 

5, 065 
1,.577 
1, 155 
1,636 
4,333 

1, 6.52 
2,680 
2,217 
10, 381 
1,522 
833 


31 






31 


1 

3 


29 
181 


13 

42 


15 
139 


1 


579 
648 
53 
733 
530 

688 
163 
346 
794 
789 

131 

249 

1,255 

7,660 

469 

510 
270 
290 
481 
17 

203 
881 
145 
277 
685 

629 
836 
363 
926 
1,482 

590 
767 
617 
621 
860 

474 
842 
684 
70 
195 

490 
309 
640 
1,062 
508 

160 
855 
211 
678 
507 

1,804 
535 

' 181 
551 

2,883 

188 
636 
535 
369 
237 
230 


82 
4 
3 

10 
6 

48 

6 

2 

14 

11 

1 

8 

19 

367 


'■» 






3 


15 
2 
7 

13 

12 

3 

2 




2 


13 
2 

7 

13 

12 
3 
2 




4 




1 
2 


9 

47 

58 
17 
45 
106 
31 

5 
32 
82 
1,881 
84 

56 
28 
3 
218 
49 

332 
69 

312 
26 

256 

21 
13 


5 
9 

2 
9 
22 
29 
13 

1 
15 
21 
1,843 
36 

12 
5 


1 
36 

45 
8 
23 
76 
14 

1 
15 

9 
10 
22 

42 
16 


3 
2 

11 


6 






6 






7 








8 






1 

1 

.. 

6 
18 




9 


2 
4 

8 

2 
2 
28 
27 

1 
7 
3 
86 
2 

6 
2 
8 
1 
8 


10 






11 


12 

3 

30 

399 






12 

3 

30 

397 


12 






13 






14 


1 


1 


16 
16 


5 


2 




3 






17 




11 
1 
-- 

3 

15 
12 


14 
19 
6 
2 

8 
17 
528 

1 
12 

3 

107 

7 

92 

226 

117 
8 

24 
7 

23 

4 
13 

9 

2 

606 

53 
127 

23 
2 
5 

14 


18 


1 
3 
1 

4 

5 

98 






1 
2 

1 

4 
5 
97 


19 




1 


94 
23 

121 
26 

7 
11 
119 

11 
4 


38 
24 

205 
41 

297 
14 

129 

10 
6 


20 




21 


11 
33 
15 
12 
23 

9 
11 
5 
5 
22 

12 
14 
13 

7 
18 

19 

25 

18 

2 

10 

8 
3 

4 
38 
10 

1 
17 
12 
l;i 
32 

20 
17 
10 
18 
9 

5 
8 
13 
21 
8 
6 


15 
45 
59 
14 
25 

10 
93 
24 
12 
160 

10 
13 
18 
6 
9 

9 

21 

15 

2 

11 

5 
2 
4 
51 
17 

3 

14 
13 
14 
26 

13 
10 
7 
9 

12 

10 
11 
14 
30 
8 
3 


22 






23 




1 


24 




26 


7 

16 

50 

1 

5 

475 

14 
44 
40 
7 
35 

7 
9 
2 
1 
10 

5 
17 
6 
6 
35 

1 






7 

16 

47 


3 
5 

1 
15 
162 

4 
6 


26 






27 


1 


2 
1 


3 


28 
29 




5 
475 

14 
44 
40 
7 
35 

7 
9 

2 


61 
4,077 

12 
10 
63 
15 
5 

18 
59 
121 
23 
13 

15 

155 

1 

289 

37 

1 

102 

48 

1 

25 

119 

14 

55 

14 

9 

132 

33 

19 

65 

2 

102 


20 
694 


24 
2, 652 

3 
5 

28 
7 
3 

8 
25 
83 
10 

6 

9 
120 


17 
731 

9 
2 


30 






31 






32 






3 

35 
7 
1 

10 
32 
36 
13 
4 

6 
22 

1 

126 

14 


33 






;',-i 






1 
2 

2 

5 


1 
1 


35 






36 






37 






2 
2 


38 






39 


1 

1 






4(1 




10 

5 
17 
6 
6 
35 


4 

10 
10 
4 


3 


41 






42 






13 


43 






44 






161 
20 

1 
60 
26 


12 
3 


45 






78 
1 


46 




1 

1 


47 




" 




49 

22 
1 
14 

35 
7 

14 
8 
3 

55 
17 

5 
20 

1 
31 


3 


48 


1 






1 
7 
14 

67 

5 

1 

1 

133 

3 

2 
3 
139 
3 
4 


49 


1 
4 

4 
6 

s 

1 

37 






1 
2 

4 
4 
8 






50 


1 
i 


1 


1 
9 


10 

63 
7 

21 
6 
5 

76 
16 
14 
39 
1 
65 


1 
31 


51 
52 


1 


2 


.53 






20 


.54 


1 






,55 




37 


3 

1 


1 

1 


56 






.57 


318 

19 

28 

1 

2 






318 

8 

28 

1 

2 


hK 




2 




.59 




15 


6 


60 






61 


1 






6 


62 


1 









NORTH CAROLINA. 



198 



15,367 

427 

40 

1 



280 
31 
10 
26 



3,110 


40 


72 


2,998 


88 


1,087 


as2 


590 


215 


39,144 


1,087 


63 


71 
13 


1 
2 


8 


62 
11 












2,202 
193 


7 
5 


6-1 




2 




2 




65 










66 


24 




1 


23 


1 


11 


3 


7 


1 


290 


22 


67 




fiS 


42 

9 

17 


„_^ 




42 
9 

17 


2 


10 


3 


5 


2 


539 
.ss 

LSI 
13 

265 


35 


69 




70 









14 


3 


7 


4 


17 


71 








7'^ 


129 




1 


128 


• 3 









14 


73 
















62 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 
NORTH CAROLINA— Continued. 



Burke 

Cabarrus 
Caldwell 
Camden__, 
Carteret 



Caswell 

Catawba .. 
Chatham . 
Cherokee . 
Chowan 



Clay 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland . 



Currituck 

Dare 

Davidson _ 

Davie ■_ 

Duplin 



Durham 

Edgecombe _ 

Forsyth 

Franldin 

Gaston 



Gates 

Graham 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford _. ., 



Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson 
Hertford 



Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



119 
557 
248 
36 
268 

145 
660 
189 
169 

1 

14 
454 
139 
291 
368 

2 

270 

310 

194 

67 

1,309 
179 

1,790 
372 
684 

22 



NEAT CATTLE. 



All neat 
cattle. 



102 
304 
257 
162 
268 

123 
456 
242 
362 



12 
420 
141 
116 
219 



316 

177 
196 
129 

721 
90 
808 
231 
470 

12 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



110 
24 
16 
25 

76 
1 
65 
45 
41 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 



Steers 3 

yeai's and 

over. 



Bulls X 

year and 

over. 



Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



21 



91 
265 
178 
48 
92 



339 
146 
171 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



7 

261 

48 

67 

123 

2 

146 
140 
141 
23 

571 
56 
651 
138 
356 



Hyde 

Iredell—.. 
Jackson... 
Johnston . 
Jones 



Lenoir 

Lincoln 

McDowell - 

Macon 

Madison __. 



Martin 

Meclclenburg . 

Mitchell 

Montgomery.. 
Moore 



Nash 

New Hanover.. 
Northampton _. 

Onslow 

Orange 



Pamlico 

Pasquotank... 

Pender 

Perquimans .. 



60 Person. 



Pitt 

Polk 

Kandolpli.. 
Richmond . 
Robeson ... 



Rockingham. 

Rowan 

Rutherford 

Sampson 

Stanly 



Stokes 

Surry 

Swam 

"Transylvania . 
Tyrrell 



Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington. 



440 


363 


54 


40 


1,366 


866 


187 


165 


21 


6 


97 


189 


162 


207 


32 


31 


60 


105 


167 


119 


49 


66 


272 


228 


47 


24 


199 


76 


214 


193 


199 


236 


80 


123 


46 


112 


149 


207 


1,171 


911 


14 


16 


141 


219 


463 


390 


80 


92 


731 


442 


112 


1.51 


26 


61 


306 


196 


""260~ 


-__. 


1 


16 


107 


83 


132 


99 


187 


190 


61 


117 


766 


487 


519 


427 


259 


201 


1,209 


1,076 


800 


660 


325 


823 


47 


48 


277 


213 


176 


174 


553 


306 


6 


18 


49 


38 


3 


7 


286 


225 


3M 


22(i 


i'jUU 


■122 


l.'vi 


97 


171 


66 



64 
28 
46 
50 
56 

231 
88 
49 
17 



20 



224 

16 

672 

96 

2 

119 

139 

11 

52 
90 
37 
112 
15 

41 
138 
1-10 
77 
34 

76 
763 

10 
101 
219 

43 

228 

47 

16 

140 



47 

3 

40 

71 

81 

51 

■099 

230 

128 

700 
461 
242 
24 
162 

101 

""3 
36 
3 

178 
110 
279 
66 
23 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 



63 



NOKTH CAKOUNA— Continued. 



HOKSES. 




miLES. 




ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 

259 

794 
324 
138 
380 

241 
841 
537 
426 
5 

49 
517 
533 
390 
580 

7 
709 
504 
410 
275 

1,803 
115 

2,736 
683 
801 

7 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
unilor 3 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 

26 

51 

37 

8 

9 

6 
51 
24 
39 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 
lyear 
and 
over. 


Earns 
and 
wethera 
lyear 
and 
over. 




100 
261 
146 
18 
106 

91 

256 

72 

95 




3 


97 

261 

142 

IS 

91 

88 

243 

70 

80 






26 

46 

32 

8 

6 

6 
51 
2-1 
29 












1 
20 

1 




3 


2 
5 


3 

4 













1 


3 


16 

9 

130 


1 

5 

40 


13 
4 
65 


~ 


3 




8 


7 

3 

10 

1 

14 


2 


2 




25 


11 

2 
8 
12 


5 


2 

5 


(^ 


3 

1 
1 






3 

107 
98 




3 

82 
71 




7 






21 
16 


4 
11 


9 


4 


6 


2 


9 






7 

225 

52 

226 

179 

3 

137 

144 

101 

54 

565 
227 
825 
125 
237 

27 




1 
1 


6 

224 

52 

225 

178 

8 

130 

134 

100 

54 

562 
221 
816 
124 
220 

27 


3 

60 
21 
67 
64 

2 
24 
10 
18 
40 

73 
18 
63 
24 
89 

2 


1 
1 




2 

58 
21 
67 
64 

2 
24 

9 
16 
40 

72 
18 

58 
21 

87 

2 














■\-\ 




1 


1 
1 










2 
60 
17 
21 




__ 

1 


11 


3 


8 




13 
14 
15 














1 
























16 


2 
4 


5 
6 
1 








70 


14 


44 


12 


2 
7 
1 
1 

25 
6 

42 
6 


17 
1^ 


1 






2 


















30 
12 


10 


15 
10 


5 
2 


1Q 




3 
4 

7 


1 




2 

1 


O"! 


2 
2 
1 
4 










5 


12 
2 


6 
2 


4 


2 


23 




3 
9 


13 


1 


1 


















^P, 






















07 


158 
81 
704 

154 

13 

134 

165 

14 

88 
96 
71 
148 
33 

224 
127 
75 
97 
53 

103 
806 
48 
66 
228 

65 

724 

68 

29 

145 


2 


7 
1 
8 

1 


149 
80 
692 

153 
13 
129 
1.53 
13 

58 
94 
68 
146 
33 

221 

125 

72 

96 

53 

103 

805 

48 

64 

227 

65 

Til 

68 

2« 

144 


17 

19 

111 

10 

12 
16 
25 






17 

19 

108 

9 
2 

12 
16 
25 




22 


4 


17 


1 


758 

82 

1,475 

333 
83 
90 
163 
103 

103 
296 
40 
638 
131 

249 
332 
412 
132 
47 

489 
862 
15 
391 
764 

70 
799 
298 

27 
425 


12 
4 
51 

2 


n« 








oq 


4 


3 






7 


1 


4 


2 


00 


1 




11 
















^0 


3 
7 


2 
5 
1 

15 








14 






14 


9 


00 






3 












2 

196 
3 


2 
59 








35 


15 
2 
1 
2 








87 


50 
3 


58 
3 


36 


66 

10 

59 

5 

26 
32 
32 
13 
42 

8 
HI 






66 

10 

52 

5 

26 

32 

12 
42 

6 
110 


1 


37 


2 










3S 




7 












8 
1 

6 

9 


39 
















40 


2 
1 

1 


1 
1 
2 
1 






2 

1 
4 










41 


2 


7 


14 


5 


5 


4 


42 
41 




1 


22 
16 


12 
6 


9 
8 


1 
2 


1 


44 






45 








2 
1 




5 
23 


46 





1 




3 










47 







2 
31 

17 


1 
9 


1 
12 

10 




48 


1 
1 





29 

84 

16 
89 
25 
14 
23 


1 




28 
84 

16 
89 
25 
14 
23 




10 
2 


1 
50 

8 
204 


49 


~ 






50 










.61 


1 


_- 






4 


8 


4 


3 


1 


,6? 






63 




__ 
















5 
21 


54 


_- 








10 


4 


5 


1 


66 










66 


.... 

29 
108 
78 

203 
61 
228 
255 
224 

457 
555 
168 
27 
151 

87 

219 

10 


5 

1 
1 




288 
19 

107 
74 

201 
61 
218 
253 
220 

451 
544 
162 
27 
149 

81 
218 
10 


12 
1 
5 

18 

39 
14 
36 
153 

72 

114 

73 

76 

8 

47 

20 

44 

3 






12 
1 
5 

18 

39 
13 
35 
153 
72 

103 

73 

65 

8 

44 

19 

43 

3 

41 


1 
2 
4 


52 


8 


33 


11 


270 

1 

136 

200 

333 
95 
1,222 
963 
253 

2,079 
890 
200 
243 
438 

243 

870 

16 

58 

6 

545 
478 
731 
183 
371 


19 


57 


5 






5H 














8 
1 

13 

2 

4 

119 

17 

10 

17 

2 

1 

9 

1 

2 


69 


1 2 














60 






4 

1 
1 










61 




1 




19 
21 


i 
3 


8 

7 


7 
11 


62 


1 
2 

3 

4 
2 


7 
1 
2 

3 

7 
4. 


i 


hi- 




6^ 






4 










65 


1 


10 


11 

7 
9 


3 
2 
2 


5 
4 
4 


3 
1 
3 


66 


1 
2 


67 


9 


2 


68 
69 


2 
1 




2 


1 

1 
1 


6 


10 
9 


4 
5 


3 

4 


3 


VU 


5 

1 


71 





2 


72 
73 
74 


55 

180 

182 

548 

81 

76 


3 

1 
1 
1 




177 

181 

547 

80 

75 


69 

9 

104 

3 

14 





1 


68 

9 

104 

3 

13 




3 
2 


1 


3 


1 


2 
5 

20 
6 
5 


7E 
76 









1 


13 




3 


10 


7f 











71 


i 





1' 




6 


2 


4 




8( 



64 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.-NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 
WORTH CAEOLINA— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Watauga 


50 
312 
101 
301 
8 


92 

248 

83 

104 

4 


17 

56 

8 

24 


6 

7 

o 
4 


4 

5 


7 
2 


1 
6 


7 

19 

4 

1 


45 

130 

69 

61 

4 


5 
23 


2 


Wayne 




Wilson 

Yadkin _ 


1 


4 




9 


5 





6 


Yancey 







j 


- — — 





















KOETH 


DAKOTA 


L. 












7 


The State 


6,641 


7,640 


1,S45' 


247 


142 


80 


30 


285 


5,364 


147 


8 
g 


Barnes __ 


309 
107 


326 
129 


49 
27 


5 
7 


1 

1 





2 


11 
4 


252 
88 


6 
2 


10 

n 










55 
221 

812 
95 

180 
56 
23 

122 

634 

86 

48 

191 

7 
62 
32 
16 

6 

311 

65 


28 
188 

699 
70 

329 
46 
43 

119 

606 

77 

76 

233 

8 
66 
59 
17 
34 

554 
55 


2 
19 

40 
4 

83 
6 

11 

23 
84 
16 
23 
43 

2 
14 
15 

4 
10 

168 

8 














26 
167 

584 
63 

174 
39 
12 

82 
454 
57 
48 
169 

5 
51 
36 
10 
12 

341 

44 





12 

13 












2 

26 
3 

10 
1 
7 


Cass - 


15 


3 


30 


1 




14 
15 
16 

17 






Dickey 

Eddy 


23 


21 


4 


2 


12 


Emmons _ _ 


6 

2 
22 


1 

1 

7 


4 


1 

1 
5 


1 

10 
8 
1 
2 
3 


18 


Foster 




1 


25 
3 
2 
8 








Kidder 








1 


oo 




9 
1 


1 




23 
'"1 
















1 
2 
2 
2 

25 

2 


8 






6 
1 
2 

9 









■^6 


McLean 








07 














6 


4 


1 






1 


30 














551 
56 

220 
222 
442 
70 
153 

205 
52 
254 
117 
304 

334 
104 
64 
14 
41 
10 


698 
43 

309 
247 
398 
86 
277 

350 
50 

263 
87 

335 

365 
236 
59 
46 
7 
22 


140 
9 

23 
33 
28 
23 
77 

107 

6 

51 

12 

43 

45 

66 

6 

15 
1 
9 


14 
2 

38 
6 

10 
2 
8 

14 
2 
1 
7 

11 

8 
14 
1 

1 


11 

1 

33 


4 


4 


16 
6 

23 

12 

5 

5 

19 

6 


509 
25 

169 
192 
342 
33 
158 

219 
37 

185 
61 

257 

271 

101 

46 

27 

5 

13 










9^ 




22 


1 
2 
1 

1 




3'l 


Ransonl 


2 




Eichland . 

Rolette 


5 
2 
4 

1 
4 
17 


7 




20 
11 

4 
1 
4 
4 
3 

19 

26 


37 




38 


Stark 






39 


Steele 






40 


Stutsman _ _ 




1 
2 

2 
2 


5 
2 
17 

12 
18 


41 




/|0 


Traill . 


2 

8 
7 
5 




43 


Walsh 




44 


Ward - ^- - 


3 

1 


45 


Wells - 


46 


Williams.- „ 




3 
1 




47 


Devils Lake Indian reservation 

Fort Berthold Indian reservation.-^ 










48 



























OHIO. 



49 


The State 


129,389 


63,420 


5,977 

35 
41 
44 
86 
70 

67 
102 
17 
48 
34 

117 

152 

35 

52 

61 

52 
44 
55 
84 
48 


1,216 


1,255 


808 


339 


2,565 


50,153 


1,107 




Adams 


60 


544 
1,856 

905 
1,742 
1,225 

1,361 
1,584 

690 
1,674 

497 

1,733 
2,706 
1,085 
1,085 
2,424 

855 
1,070 
8,117 
1,605 

884 


324 
779 
436 
862 
732 

622 
1,114 
366 
660 
285 

996 

1,2S7 

6-22 

564 

1,066 

.623 
523 
1,700 
730 
442 


5 
3 
7 

14 
6 

12 

15 

4 

1 

9 

12 

12 
14 
10 
13 

11 

5 

157 

12 

5 


1 


7 
1 


4 
3 


4 

24 
23 
31 
83 

24 
63 

26 

'I 

31 
67 
11 
24 
36 

19 
17 
33 
30 
22 


268 
705 
362 
727 
622 

509 
930 
317 
568 
236 

827 
1,046 
635 
468 
951 

423 
451 
1,185 
594 
366 




61 


Allen - 


2 


5'?, 


Ashland _„ 




.63 


Ashtabula __ 






3 


_ 


54 


Athens 


1 

6 
2 






56 


Auglaize ~ - 


2 


2 
2 




66 


Belmont 


57 


Brown _ - 


2 





68 


Butler _ 




4 


2 

2 
1 

1 


69 


Carroll- 


2 

3 
3 

2 
10 


" 


fin 


Champaign 


3 

1 
20 


1 

5 

1 

19 

3 


fi1 


Clark 


fi** 


Clermont 


63 


Clinton 


fi4 


Columbiana 


-- 

3 

2 
S9 


65 


Coshocton 


15 
1 
2 
6 




fifi 


Crawford — 




3 
3 
4 


67 


Cuyahoga 


221 


68 


Darke - 


69 


Defiance 




i 













GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 



65 



NORTH CAROLINA— Continued. 



All horses. 



42 
379 



309 
10 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



2 years 
and over. 



376 
55 



10 



All 
mules. 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



2 years 
and 
over. 



All 
sheep. 



21 



Lambs 

under 1 

year. 



Ewes 
lyear 
and 
over: 



Rams 

and 

wethers 

lyear 
and 

over. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



124 
314 
118 
329 
1 



12,946 


336 


2.5) 


12,356 


191 


5 


4 


182 


16 


139 


43 


77 


19 


2,217 


34 


^ 


618 
213 


24 
10 


10 
5 


584 
198 


3 

1 






3 

1 


1 


2 
2 


2 






106 
49 


2 








2 




r 















275 
384 

1,590 
234 
328 
132 
89 

296 
1,101 
179 
124 
351 

32 
146 
65 
37 
19 

442 
127 




1 
8 

13 
5 
6 
3 

4 

2 
15 
1 
3 
14 

1 
1 
5 
1 
2 

16 
6 


274 
374 

1,562 
225 
299 
128 
81 

289 
1,070 
175 
117 
318 

26 
143 
58 
33 
16 

398 
121 


2 
5 

15 
2 






2 
4 

11 

2 


1 










2 




n 


2 

15 
4 

23 
1 
4 

5 
16 
3 
4 
19 

5 
2 

2 
3 

1 

28 


1 

4 




2 
34 


1 

6 


28 


1 


1 
3 


11 




4 


272 
20 
55 
10 
7 

95 

215 

22 

16 

216 

3 

34 
21 
11 
11 

134 
1 


P 














11 


— 1 


6 


5 




Ti 


1 
4 

2 
7 
4 
2 
4 






1 
4 

2 
7 
4 
2 
4 






























1 

1 




























10 
























2 
6 


2 
3 






3 










3 
















og 












9 
2 


2 


7 




3 
6 


''1 












2 


ot^ 












1 


Of, 














1 






07 


1 

1 






1 
1 




22 


11 6 


5 


7 










^0 




















846 
125 

361 
408 
847 
194 
362 

424 
129 
367 
252 
642 

625 
186 
229 

39 
109 

19 


12 
6 

12 
18 
13 
10 
5 

20 

5 

13 

7 
7 

16 
12 
5 
1 
3 


10 
6 

5 
9 
10 

7 
14 

8 
6 


824 
113 

344 
381 
824 
177 
343 

396 
118 
354 
237 
628 

595 
161 
218 
38 
97 
19 












12 


3 


9 




92 
29 

23 

78 

203 

30 

89 

2 

12 
56 
45 
89 

112 
13 
30 


3 




























2 




2 






30 


















^4 


6 

7 
20 




1 


5 

7 

20 


1 


10 


3 


4 


3 










^6 






2 




1 












4 
1 


4 








38 


1 

80 






1 
80 


1 


1 






or, 








1 




10 


8 

7 

14 
13 
6 






2 




"III"::: i i 






6 

2 
11 
2 
2 






6 

2 
8 
2 
2 


3 

4 
5 
3 


1 

2 
3 


2 

2 
2 






^0 






1 




2 


ffp 




3 








3 


4 


15 






1 








9 














2 
6 




47 












3 




3 






IS 

























OHIO. 



188,996 



652 
2,867 
1,322 
2,411 
1,284 

1,918 
1,709 

843 
2,741 

607 

2,160 
3,932 
1,248 
1,532 
3,284 

1,030 
1,402 
16,294 
2,100 
1,172 



1,811 



1,502 



28 

20 

2073- 



6 
29 
21 
20 
14 

23 
20 
7 
12 

7 

24 
30 
14 
15 
21 

12 
20 
18 
19 



185,683 



633 

2,808 
1,279 
2,373 
1,255 

1,862 
1,659 

829 
2,720 

583 

2,109 
3,873 
1,226 
1,490 
3,236 

1,005 
1,360 
16,268 
2,053 
1,144 



4,732 



31 
32 
8 
5 
98 

61 
163 

18 
38 
13 



20 



101 



4,611 



23 
32 
8 
5 
92 

54 
163 
15 
38 
12 



212 



147 

154 

6 

10 

58 
19 

47 



776 
67 
65 



2,176 



4,108 



115 

149 

1 

2 

30 
12 
24 
23 
4 

27 
25 
14 
6 
3 

66 

2 

282 

31 

89 



2,763 



2 
6 

1 

I24' 
8 
2 



95,804 



524 
296 
897 

1,386 

1,286 

741 

742 

400 

1,913 

2,258 

1,154 

894 

915 

723 

850 

7,808 

1,724 

617 



1,148 



125 
5 



66 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.-NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 

OHIO— Continued. 



OKLAHOMA. 



=^ 


COUNTIES. 


Kumber 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 

46 
46 
43 
41 
83 

13 
27 
18 
89 
60 

501 

123 

64 

48 

32 

70 
142 
110 

38 
197 

53 
83 
24 
127 
68 

100 
31 

112 
62 
57 

64 
48 
46 
68 
62 

20 
98 
21 
30 
56 

44 
25 
47 
178 
49 

14 
31 
34 
51 

74 

48 
40 
84 
91 
34 

116 
41 
33 
75 
66 

51 
12 
88 
61 
95 

55 
113 

82 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 

9 
10 
6 
6 
8 

7 
3 
3 
11 
24 

17 
16 
26 
7 
2 

6 
23 
31 

4 
29 

20 
29 
3 
34 
24 

22 
6 
13 
11 
13 

25 
3 
10 
35 
24 

6 
6 
6 
6 
U 

6 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 




Delaware 


9.53 
1,1.54 
1,220 

820 
4,280 

736 

472 

437 

1,811 

1,210 

6,198 

2,216 

1,316 

682 

808 

1,338 
1,039 
669 
1,243 
1,535 

1,350 
1,184 
699 
1,835 
1,735 

1,483 
1,601 
3,213 
904 
1,965 

1,152 
937 
955 
828 

2,256 

684 

4,122 

342 

364 

1,602 

398 

697 

737 

1,403 

1,209 

276 
1,048 
1,243 
1,074 
1,721 

1,251 
1,501 
1,294 
1,704 
862 

3,663 
2,545 
1,390 
1,790 
1,021 

1,163 
193 
1,284 
1,063 
1,859 

1,044 

2,631 

935 


502 
662 
472 
3S3 
1,110 

332 
325 
208 
846 
746 

4,334 

1,120 

671 

463 

399 

628 
841 
637 
496 
1,171 

741 
670 
329 
1,136 
792 

886 
696 
1,116 
604 
907 

648 
528 
615 
455 
928 

375 
1,475 
240 
246 
589 

322 
352 
408 
1,188 
536 

141 
413 
535 
541 

786 

524 
780 
770 
1,047 
420 

1,601 
814 
685 
857 
552 

676 
139 
709 
686 
1,086 

472 

1,379 

667 


1 


1 
6 




14 
22 
23 
21 
63 

17 
24 
12 
54 
25 

179 
35 
14 
13 
4 

19 

36 
34 
12 
66 

23 
30 
10 
102 
23 

44 
12 
44 
32 
29 

14 
21 
40 
31 
35 

7 
43 
20 

5 
21 

12 
21 
13 
49 
27 

4 
18 
23 
16 
22 

11 
33 
45 
36 
14 

77 
26 
21 
41 
28 

22 
9 
28 
33 
40 

12 
40 
24 


431 
472 
394 
314 
890 

288 
265 
169 
670 
628 

1,935 
912 
558 
377 
361 

531 
639 

467 
442 
875 

632 

622 
273 
801 
683 

689 
540 
884 
393 
802 

488 
456 
412 
289 
791 

341 
899 
184 
204 
496 

261 
306 
337 
887 
451 

122 
364 
439 
471 
577 

445 
678 
593 
885 
367 

1,258 
736 
628 
716 
441 

476 
116 
675 
580 
913 

400 

1,166 

496 




1 


1 


6 


?, 


Erie - 


3 


Fairfield ■ - 




- 


1 
18 

2 

1 




4 


rayette _ _ — 


10 

3 

1 
4 
13 
2 

765 
9 
6 
5 


16 

2 

1 
2 
8 
2 

3 

21 

1 
2 


33 




Fulton 


f; 


3 


7 


Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 


8 


1 

1 

67 
2 
2 




9 

in 


4 

867 
2 


11 


Hamilton 

Hancock _ 


13 


Hardin 

Hairison 


1 








Highland 


1 


1 


1 
1 
2 

















3 


















5 

10 
5 


8 
1 


1 

2 
1 










Jefferson ; 

Knox 








1 
16 


IS 


t^\ 




62 
4 

29 
6 
3 
2 
2 

38 


4 


og 


Lickinff 




Ofi 




1 
1 
4 




1 








'R 


Lucas 


2 
4 


54 


0() 




^0 




2 
16 


2 
3 


f^l 


Marion 








' 


IS 




1 
1 
6 




1 
8 


4 


S-l 




37 
2 

2 
303 


S5 






Sfi 






S7 




1 
6 


124 


2 
4 

1 


?8 




?9 








'lO 




1 


3 


1 


41 


Noble 

Ottawa 




4'' 










4S 




5 

50 

6 

1 




6 






44 


Perry 


10 
2 


10 
1 


4 


45 


Pickaway. i 




46 


Pike- - - - 






47 












48 


Preble - - - _ 


9 
3 
22 

11 
18 
22 
19 
5 

28 
4 
2 

16 
6 

21 
2 

16 
3 

17 

4 

24 
19 


10 


4 


3 


13 


4q 




sn 


Richland 


57 

5 
6 
11 
13 


8 

4 
4 
15 
2 




26 


51 


Ross 




m 




2 




,53 


Scioto . . 




.M 


i 




.w 


Shelby _ _. 




% 


Stark 


13 
4 
1 
4 
1 

3 


1 


6 
3 


2 


w 




,58 


Trumbull 






.59 


Tuscarawas 


3 
10 


2 




60 


Union j 

Van Wert- _ 




61 


2 




62 


Vinton 

Warren - 

Washington 

Wayne 

Williams 






63 


1 

2 

12 




1 
1 
5 

1 
2 
1 




64 


6 
4 




6b 




66 




67 


Wood - 


31 
15 


3 
20 






Wyandot 




' 







q 


The Territory 


6,732 


4,853 


812 


160 


42 


18 


82 


169 


8,562 


63 




Beaver 

Blaine - 

Canadian 





2 

120 

369 

349 

12 


3 
141 
250 
435 

8 


1 
33 
30 
120 

2 













o 

71 

187 

288 

6 




■) 


8 
13 

8 


12 
6 


1 
1 


1 

. 2 

13 


14 
11 
6 


1 


3 




4 


Custer 




_ 


i 




















GENERAL TABLES. 



67 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES— Continued. 

OHIO— Continued. 



All horses 



1,282 
1,612 
1,703 
1,231 
8,027 

937 

547 

633 

2,292 

1,401 

16, 113 
3,200 
1,774 
1,066 
1,052 

1,781 

889 

778 

1,729 

1,047 

1,807 
1,660 
929 
1,017 
2,488 

2,006 
2,170 
5,815 
1,301 
2,864 

1,627 
1,173 
747 
1,127 
3,086 



6,965 
439 
524 

2,258 

470 

694 

920 

1,333 

1,606 

368 
1,408 
1, 621 
1,414 
2,477 

1,761 
2,099 
1,379 
2, 309 
1,183 

4,774 
3,686 
1,714 
2,157 
1,340 

1,481 
216 
1,767 
1,806 
2,339 

1,380 
3,626 
1,276 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



12 
6 

2i 
16 

26 
S-t 
IS 
18 
11 

28 
12 
14 
10 
21 

11 

23 

1 

15 
18 

31 
9 
14 
22 
22 

26 

8 
19 
25 
25 

35 

22 

8 

9 

18 



2 years 
and over. 



1,235 
1,485 
1,656 
1,191 
7,971 

927 

528 

607 

2,218 

1,361 

16,054 
3,122 
1,731 
1,036 
1,027 

1,723 
8S1 
747 

1,712 



1,779 

1, 595 

928 

988 

2,427 

1,936 
2,152 
5,788 
1,265 
2,833 

1,577 
1,150 
717 
1,076 
3,035 



6,915 
422 
500 

2,216 

454 

688 

874 

1,299 

1,559 

362 
1,385 
1,595 
1,350 
2,437 

1,717 
2,063 
1,360 
2, 2.i7 
1,164 

4,693 
3, 665 
1,691 
2,117 
1,289 

1,434 
211 
1,731 
1,786 
2,290 

1,353 
3,530 
1,237 



All 
mules. 



12 
2 

20 
27 
41 

12 
19 I 



31 
95 

1,094 
31 
37 
16 
35 

47 

11 

4 

21 

474 

104 
26 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



159 
24 

10 
7 
41 
14 
30 



85 
39 
31 

13 

lis 

43 



16 
9 
32 
43 
91 

16 
8 
17 
15 
29 

12 
20 
117 



199 
46 
10 

166 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



2 years 
and 
over. 



30 



1,079 
34 
36 
15 
32 

47 
11 
4 
21 
473 

104 
26 



158 
23 

10 

7 

40 
12 



13 

114 

42 

2 

57 

16 
9 
31 
40 
85 



IB 
13 
27 

12 
20 
117 
25 
20 

199 
46 
10 

161 



All 
sheep. 



4 
5 

2,727 

151 

56 

21 

7 

80 



4 
151 
121 

1 



1 

21 
13 
170 
145 



121 
127 
44 



3 

1 

60 
10 
54 

43 
37 
2 
95 
62 

41 
121 
13 
52 



111 
21 



94 
10 
46 

126 
316 

674 



Lambs 

under 1 

year. 



18 
2 
3 

246 
80 
21 



85 



37 
8 
1 

47 
133 
244 



Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 



981 

71 

34 

11 

7 



70 
121 



57 

1 

42 

78 
126 
319 



Bams 

and 
wethers 
1 year 

and 
over. 



2 
1,600 



1 
510 



34 



687 
751 

1,442 
998 

1,385 



415 
116 



6,96V 
1,251 
1,121 

.528 
701 

1,373 
1,224 
1,106 
379 
1,568 



822 

127 

1,224 

915 

1,181 
369 
355 

1,071 
670 

470 
596 

1,037 
006 

1,630 

471 

1,561 

223 

197 

738 

326 

316 

1,033 

1,627 

1,625 

186 

300 

1,154 

1,685 

732 

1,307 

970 

1, 333 

1,246 



2,907 



424 
1,311 



978 
143 

1,129 
383 

2,031 

702 
1,975 
1,231 



OKLAHOMA. 



12,909 


301 


174 


12,434 


1,314 


38 


76 


1,200 


104 


11 




1 


10 


4,245 


60 


69 






11 
279 
640 






11 
264 
598 
548 

S3 


2 
22 
99 
78 
26 






2 
22 
82 
62 
26 
















70 


8 
26 
13 


7- 

17 
3 
8 






4 
8 
16 
1 










110 
100 
497 
20 




71 


1 


14 
15 


1 




1 






79 






1 


73 


664 










74 


41 






















68 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

OKLAHOMA— Continued. 



— 


COUNTIES. 


Numher 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 








All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Day 


3 

12 
398 
245 

24 


10 

6 

240 

183 
47 


2 
2 
31 
31 

22 












8 

4 

201 

125 

23 

















3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

s 




2 
6 
2 




2 




4 
12 










9 












































Kay 


761 

288 

19 

280 
745 
223 
806 
125 
398 

550 
591 
10 
63 
248 
91 


408 

181 

57 

173 
373 
196 
425 
237 
223 

411 

467 

4 

76 
147 
152 


40 
20 
20 

29 
40 
19 
86 
56 
31 

70 
91 
2 
27 
20 
34 


14 
6 
4 

6 
10 

8 

4 
24 

9 

4 
6 


2 
1 
1 


' 


3 

1 
2 


9 
3 
4 

5 
9 
3 

16 
42 
4 

7 
4 


332 

150 

26 

131 
305 
158 
360 
92 
168 

330 

360 

2 

44 
123 

66 


4 


9 




Kiowa and Comanche Nations 






11 


2 
1 
2 
1 








5 
5 
1 
5 

2 




3 




Noble — - - 


1 
1 




6 

18 

1 


14 


Oklahoma 


IS 






Pawnee 




5 






IS 




2 


3 


1 










''D 


Washita 


4 
1 
11 










1 

1 

23 


01 






^ 




1 
16 


99 


Woodward 




2 









OEEGOK. 



The State- 



Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Columbia 



Coos 

Crook __ 

Curry 

Douglas 
Gilliam _ 



Grant 

Harney 

Jackson 

Josephine- 
Klamath 



Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 
Linn- 



Malheur . 



Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah 

Polk 

Sherman 



Tillamook . 
Umatilla __ 

Union 

Wallowa 



Wasco 

Washington- 
Wheeler 

Yamhill 



823 
290 
610 
205 
164 

241 
61 
31 

358 
14 

110 
16 
431 
329 
100 



708 
91 

759 
26 

1,023 
55 

2,179 
506 
42 

152 
431 
775 
103 

247 

322 

30 



14,397 



753 
321 
860 
310 
290 

529 
75 
82 

478 
19 

103 
34 
373 
361 
112 

66 

891 

181 

1,011 

37 

1,262 
85 

2,021 
659 
48 

201 
506 
952 
208 

215 
402 
28 
924 



196 
61 

178 
50 
83 

148 

17 

27 

94 

3 

32 
12 
80 
83 
86 



210 
44 

214 
10 

244 

32 

188 

147 



58 
123 
226 

76 

17 

75 

7 

194 



442 



19 
'176" 



20 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



The State. 

Adams 

Allegheny 

Armstrong 

Beaver 

Bedford 

Berks 

Blair 

Bradford 

Bucks 

Butler 

Cambria 

Cameron 

Carbon 

Center 

Chester 



168, 495 



98,515 



2,346 


1,2,55 


10, 030 


4,154 


1, 695 


1,314 


1,422 


783 


2,356 


2,192 


3,870 


1,091 


2,758 


1,712 


1,674 


948 


2,553 


473 


1,749 


1,001 


3,413 


8,161 


319 


318 


1,359 


754 


2,998 


8,040 


2,999 


681 



9,181 



76 

230 

64 

53 

276 

22 
84 
104 
18 
57 

186 
39 
40 

383 
48 



1,753 



10 
34 
14 
15 
52 

2 

28 
14 
2 
22 

25 
7 

49 

164 

6 



56 



12 



1,358 



39 



14 



87 



706 



29 



855 



613 



63 



5,342 



162 
39 
34 

111 

52 
91 
79 
44 
84 

112 
7 

S6 
222 

56 



10, 030 



535 



645 



252 




581 
204 


1 


171 




291 
55 


1 


34 




325 

16 


3 


62 




15 




283 




223 
70 


10 


66 
623 

95 
726 


1 
1 


22 




911 
52 


6 


,521 
479 


6 


38 




120 




346 




643 
128 


7 


186 




293 




19 





77,954 



1,042 
3,571 
1,196 
675 
1,678 

881 
1,484 
738 
387 
867 

2,780 
262 
564 

2,158 
5.53 



1,366 



84 



GENERAL TABLES. 



69 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES— Continued. 

OKLAHOMA— Continued. 



HOUSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


1 

All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Elves 
1 year 
and 
over. 


Eams 

and 

wethers 

1 yepr 

and 

over. 




8 

61 

722 

543 

144 






8 
59 
679 
520 
189 


1 
4 
31 
22 
23 






1 
4 
25 
16 
23 
















1 


2 
34 
18 

4 
















20 
48 
144 
24 






9 
5 
1 


3 


8 
6 


7 
2 

1 
























4 














f 
















f 
































1,539 

487 

65 

556 
1,135 

495 
1,287 

718 

740 

1,050 
905 
25 
113 
601 
230 


37 
7 
8 

8 

30 

12 

15 

■ 25 

9 

24 
8 


16 
4 
3 

1 
19 

7 
12 
15 
10 

12 
11 


■1,486 

476 

54 

547 
1,086 

476 
1,210 

678 

721 

1,014 
886 
25 
107 
590 
219 


120 

45 

9 

29 
101 

45 
108 

12 
233 

143 
78 
9 
22 
31 
21 


1 
1 


4 
2 


115 

42 

9 

24 
89 
42 
■103 
12 
217 

133 
74 
9 
20 
29 
19 


10 

4 


8 






8 


275 
155 
38 

260 
430 
92 
141 
519 
340 

445 

348 

5 

66 
137 

81 


32 
2 


f 






c 










If 


3 
8 
3 

4 


2 
4 


8 
2 
2 
6 












11 










1 


r 


2 






2 


1? 


1 






3 
12 
5 


14 










1,= 


2 

8 

2 


14 

7 
2 


14 

9 
3 










If 










r 












If 












li: 


3 

7 
4 


3 
4 
7 


2 

1 
1 
















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1 

1 


5 
2 










4 


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ST. 














17,348 


236 


149 


16,963 


300 


4 


7 


289 


43 


734 


139 


182 


418 


3,553 


57 


2a 


1,509 
333 
601 
251 
199 

295 
144 

46 
538 

36 

340 
122 
629 
525 
224 

247 
899 

67 
853 

49 

1,119 
184 

3,180 
618 
88 

136 

885 

1,518 

215 

365 

333 

79 

721 


36 
6 
8 
4 
5 

. 9 
4 
1 
9 

1 

2 
4 
5 
3 
6 


15 
1 
7 


1,458 
326 
586 
247 
192 

282 
140 

44 
521 

33 

337 

lis 

620 

518 
212 

247 
886 

67 
842 

49 

1,087 
184 

3,135 
613 
84 

130 

861 

1,477 

215 

355 

326 

77 

699 


28 
2 

17 
4 
2 

6 
6 

1 
10 






28 
2 

17 
4 
2 

6 
5 
1 
10 


7 


1 

8 

31 

10 




1 

4 

19 

6 




124 

54 
253 
114 
166 

171 
5 
4 

147 
9 

49 

7 

80 

146 

30 




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3 
11 
4 


1 
1 


1 

1 


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97 


2 
4 






1 




13 


9St 






14 


3 


10 


1 


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1 
8 
2 

1 
5 
4 
4 
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28 


9 


15 


4 




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V 


5 
2 
10 
34 
. 11 

6 
35 

4 
12 




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4 

2 

10 

33 

11 

6 
33 

4 
10 




1 


1 








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1 












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1 


5 


























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11 


2 


2 






1 


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124 
20 
179 








3 
1 










10 
16 


1 
16 


2 




12 


5 


6 


1 


3 


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43 


6 

1 
77 
3 






6 


10 


4 


2 


2 




399 

6 

446 

192 

6 

15 
122 
209 

40 

12 
114 

16 
294 


1 


11 




i 

2 
2 




4^ 


25 
5 
3 

6 
12 

22 


20 




75 
1 


5 


586 
5 


78 
2 


108 
2 


400 
1 


7 
3 

11 
10 








1 




1 


18 














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12 
19 


5 
10 






5 
10 
















5 


1 
7 

3 
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1 


51 






4 

3 

1 


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3 

4 
2 
14 


7 
3 














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1 
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20 


12 


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PENNSXIiVANIA. 




218,194 


869 


1,328 


215,997 


22,167 


50 


175 


21,942 


601 


6,060 


2,347 


3,216 


497 


150,329 


6,547 


5' 


1,607 
21,681 
1,812 
1,985 
1,341 

4,714 
2,411 
2,013 
3,075 
2,299 

2,550 
195 
1,153 
2,018 
4.551 


12 
26 
13 
15 
• 12 

13 
17 
19 
1 
26 

14 

1 

1 

28 

13 


6 
75 
15 
18 
15 

20 

6 

12 

1 
29 

28 


1,589 
21,580 
1,784 
1,952 
1,314 

4,681 
2,388 
1,982 
3,073 
2,244 

2,508 
194 
1,146 
1,966 
4,499 


29 

1,004 

88 

53 

174 

237 
89 
14 

106 
13 

8.36 






29 
935 
88 
53 
178 

231 
87 
14 

106 
13 

885 




77 

240 

47 

23 

301 

74 
82 
14 
30 

2 

16 


26 
169 
21 
13 
118 

27 
34 
8 
3 

1 

6 


50 
65 
24 
10 
178 

38 
44 

6 
22 

1 

10 


1 
6 
2 

5 

14 
4 


5,619 
1,478 
1,094 
370 
4,197 

5,320 
2,628 

388 
1,996 

554 

1,698 

184 

956 

5,477 

1,368 


8 

968 

10 

25 

24 

87 
36 

9 
29 

1 

34 


5f 


17 


52 


24 
-- 

2 

4 
2 


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6( 






61 


2 


1 

4 
2 


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6. 
6 




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5 


6f 






2 

6 
3 


6' 




1 




6' 








-- 

24 
39 


435 
112 
81 


1 
1 




434 
110 
81 


1 
318 
46 






1 
13 
7 


246 
24 
21 




1 


1 
2 


106 
12 


199 
27 


71 
75 



70 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



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 



Table 3.-NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 

PEJfNSTLVANTA— Continued. 



Clarion — 
Cleariield _ 
Clinton ___ 
Columbia _ 
Crawford _ 



NEAT CATTLE. 



Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 



Cumberland . 

Dauphin 

Delaware 

Elk 

Erie 



Fayette 

Forest—— 
Franklin.. 
Fulton__., 
Greene 



Huntingdon -. 

Indiana 

Jefferson 

Juniata 

Lackawanna- 



Lancaster _ 
Lawrence - 
Lebanon __ 

Lehigh 

Luzerne — 



Lycoming . 

McKean 

Mercer 

Mifflin 

Monroe — 



Montgomery 

Montour 

Northampton 

Northumberland .- 
Perry 



Philadelpliia- 

Pike 

Potter 

Schuylkill __ _ 
Snyder 



Somerset 

Sullivan 

Susquehanna . 

Tioga 

Union 



Venango 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Westmoreland _ 



Wyoming . 
York 



1,652 
4,061 
1,410 
1,836 
1,704 

2,404 
3,114 
2,593 
1,430 
2,188 

4,117 
833 

2,827 
306 
677 

1,887 
1,224 
2,668 
1,127 
5,644 

5,553 
1,550 
1,946 
2,482 
8,336 

2,582 
2,383 
1 , 567 
1,.502 



4,748 
576 
3,389 
3,211 
1,347 



All neat 
cattle. 



0,305 


230 


1,333 


4,977 


893 


2,103 


614 


1,150 


1,953 


965 


1,673 


1,346 


2,899 


676 


4,623 


688 


4,921 



1,629 
4,532 
1,007 
839 
1,653 

938 
1,155 

770 
1,735 

942 

3,762 

1,064 

1,632 

264 

656 

1,367 
1,085 

2,488 

931 

3,545 

1,952 
752 
674 
755 

4,928 

1,229 

2,496 

L141 

761 

551 

1,179 
236 
970 

1,.514 



1,288 

221 

1,.3.56 

3,072 



2,272 
706 
568 

1,679 
396 

1,4.59 
1,393 
1,944 
491 
4,118 

443 

1,480 



Calves 

under 1 

year. 



180 
606 
90 

51 



107 
108 

44 
177 

87 

811 

232 

188 

34 

125 

139 
84 
231 
184 
319 

74 
43 
35 
41 
224 

65 
454 
122 
45 
78 

48 
21 
50 
82 
131 

183 

48 
215 
217 
172 

292 
87 
46 

195 
32 

155 
271 
235 
46 
227 

43 

102 



Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



33 
20 
32 

38 
25 

9 
37 

3 

30 
26 
21 
11 
54 

6 1 
26 



Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 



Steers 3 

years and 

over. 



473 



25 



10 



Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 



2 

13 

2 

2 

331 

6 

7 



3 
1 
6 
1 

6 
6 

5 

1 

139 

2 
20 



Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 



232 
46 
39 
93 

37 
102 
73 
81 
68 

150 
31 

104 
12 
12 

63 
47 
92 
60 
177 

151 
39 
14 
43 

216 

55 
185 
45 
54 
45 

107 
2-T 

76 
63 
82 

64 

3 

131 

251 

70 

107 
24 
24 
74 
21 

65 
119 

109 
28 
159 

26 
82 



Dairy 

cows2 

years and 

over. 



1,328 

3,499 

849 

688 
968 

736 
802 
628 
1,413 
755 

2,875 
748 

1,218 
201 
.508 

1,092 
937 

2,084 
5S6 

2,941 

1,511 
633 
552 
625 

4,412 

1,080 

1,732 

951 

631 

410 

949 
188 

767 
J., 315 



780 
169 
930 
2,489 
469 

1,764 
544 
481 

1,303 
331 

1,171 
946 

1,538 
404 

3,043 

366 
1,200 



Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 



59 



33 
6 
5 

11 

39 

"27" 
21 
10 

167 



RHODE ISLASTD. 



SOUTH CAROEIJ^^A. 



^? 


The State 


7,397 


1,635 


105 


5 


5 


13 


3 


124 


1,363 


17 




Bristol — 


5-1 


256 
593 
798 
4,906 
844 


100 
168 
225 
817 
325 


1 
14 

9 

53 
■28 










8 
13 
18 
56 
29 


91 
138 
193 
688 
253 




'i'S 


Kent — - 






2 




1 

13 
3 






2 
2 

1 


- 




1 
2 


•s? 




3 

8 


"SR 




3 









50 


The State 


13,488 


14,827 


2,515 


462 


284 


600 


150 


881 


9,591 


344 




Abbeville 




314 
495 
983 
124 
875 

174 
185 
968 
288 
410 


289 
389 
1,054 
119 
304 

216 
438 
545 
312 
422 


55 
37 
123 
30 
63 

43 
85 
43 
.54 
118 


8 
1 

17 
3 

17 

6 

27 
7 
2 

12 


2 
3 
6 
6 
26 

2 

22 

5 


1 
24 
3 


3 

4 
8 


2 
12 
95 

6 
12 

9 
43 

8 
9 

17 


308 

787 

74 

182 

111 
159 
432 
24."> 
271 


1 


fil 


Aiken - 


fiO 




15 


63 


Bamberg 


61 




1 

5 

44 

7 


3 

5 

13 

5 

1 
1 










35 

45 

38 

1 


66 
67 
68 


Berkeley 

Charleston 

Cherokee 

Chester 


69 


3 





GENERAL TABLES. 



71 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 

rENNSXLVAJs'IA-Continued. 



HORSES. 



All horses. 



1, 2-JG 
2, -VM 
944 
1,340 
2,169 

2,210 
3,549 
4, 583 
1,085 
3,338 

4,543 
631 

2,363 
209 

1,059 

1,031 
1,092 
1,700 
654 
6,226 

6,352 
2,070 
2,016 
3,408 
6,832 

2,617 

3,027 

1,852 

922 

700 

7,848 

519 

3, 866 

2,304 

754 

45,8T9 

269 

1,520 

4,118 

576 

1,811 

447 

1,289 

1,832 

677 

2,170 
1,507 
3,819 
735 
5,415 

750 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



7 
20 

8 
35 

19 

13 

9 

3 

19 

15 
23 
16 

12 
4 

43 
1 
26 
10 
11 

174 

1 

17 

14 

14 

28 



2 years 
and over. 



1,194 
2, 358 
933 
1,337 
2,113 

2,197 
3, 530 
4,540 
1, OSO 
3,324 

4,443 
623 

2,331 
200 

1,039 

992 
1,080 
1,663 

642 
6,173 

6,307 
2,039 
2,002 
3,399 
6,803 

2,680 

2,986 

1,821 

899 

693 

7,790 

516 

3,832 

2, 282 

738 

45, 631 

267 

1, 4SS 

4,096 

548 

1, 7.i6 

41:; 

],^76 

1, 7yo 

662 

2,145 
1,484 
3,743 
719 
5,306 

736 
4,628 



All 
mules. 



40 
407 

21 
138 

11 

40 
424 
66 
43 
18 



5 
46 

116 

54 

497 

21 

3,422 

125 
68 
61 
80 
4,247 

16 
16 
46 
69 
4 

87 
26 
55 
695 
62 

1,576 



7 

3,731 

30 

42 
23 
7 
146 
26 



6 
347 



10 
149 



Colts 

under 1 

year. 



Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 



2 years 
and 
over. 



40 
403 

20 
134 

10 

34 
418 
65 
42 
16 

788 

1 

33 

5 

46 

112 
54 

495 

18 

3,410 

118 
67 
61 
80 
4,247 

16 
14 
46 



85 
22 
51 
689 
56 

1,560 



7 

3,723 

28 

42 
23 
5 
143 
26 



6 
346 

6 
907 

10 
144 



155 
2 
1 
14 



All 
sheep. 



22 

215 

23 

75 

232 

269 
7 
5 
5 

134 

27 
34 
248 
30 
43 

154 

54 

387 

114 

32 

53 
55 
17 
20 
74 

37 
70 



284 
10 
33 
6 

106 

627 



409 
192 



106 



Lambs 

under 1 

year. 



11 
82 
7 
31 
92 

101 

3 

4 

2 

32 

11 
14 
73 
12 
19 

70 
23 
134 
49 



42 
188 



37 
5 
11 

154 
66 
16 
41 



Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 



11 
101 
16 
41 
139 

142 
4 



13 

18 
173 
18 



73 
27 
223 
65 
26 

18 
30 
4 



247 
120 
20 
62 



Rams 

and 
wethers 
1 year 

and 
over. 



108 
10 
10 
4 
4 



2B I 
1 ; 



19 ! 



1,377 
3,027 
2,160 
2,784 
477 

4,680 

5,030 

942 

607 

406 

3,328 
615 

6,295 
659 
751 

3,182 
960 
1,957 
2,097 
1,694 

7,019 

699 
3,014 
3,060 
4,068 

3,377 

727 

811 

3,278 

1,035 

2,046 
XS2 
4,893 
3,690 
2,673 

3,219 

141 

45-1 

3,972 

2,468 

1,919 
633 
294 
695 

1,864 

687 
406 

1,787 
229 

4,313 

363 
10,024 



29 
28 
6 
95 
fill 

22 
52 
47 



6 
3 

44 

1 

314 

34 

14 

6 



103 

12 
247 



623 

4 

6 

1,239 



RHODE ISLAND. 



19,401 


18 


33 


19,345 


9 






9 


1 


18 


6 


9 


3 


1,345 


73 


63 






420 

1,098 

2,104 

14,364 

1,415 




1 
5 
9 
21 
2 


419 
1,091 
2,090 
14,334 
1,411 












1 
1 
11 
4 
1 




1 
1 
6 
1 




9 

179 

95 

910 

152 




51 


2 
5 
9 
2 




1 












65 










5 




19 
54 


66 


8 






8 

1 


1 


3 








1 



















SOUTH CAKOLINA. 



9,798 


80 


96 


9,622 


2,801 


32 


41 


1 
2,728 


54 


422 


113 


217 


92 


11, 527 


671 


59 


124 
318 
503 
82 
243 

175 
109 
1,473 
140 
201 


1 

1 
3 
1 


2 


121 
317 
500 
81 
243 

168 

99 

1,4.57 

]38 

193 


52 
133 
144 

16 
177 

7 

63 

377 

44 

49 


2.?. 


1 


26 
133 
141 

15 
177 

7 

63 

377 

43 

49 


13 
1 
2 










338 
423 
436 
188 
564 

92 

234 
256 

l,-.ll 
448 


15 
33 
15 


60 










61 




1 
1 


2 


12 


7 


' 5 




6'' 






6S 






6 


21 


4 


12 


5 


5 

11 

14 

127 

4 

5 


64 


5 
4 
6 
1 
2 


2 
6 
10 
1 
6 














158 

42 

4 

8 


23 
16 

1 
3 


101 
19 
1 
3 


34 
7 
2 
2 








2 


67 


1 









i 


69 



72 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INGLOSURES, 

SOTJTH CAKOLINA— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosuiies 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

yea.s aad 

over. 


1 


Chesterfield 


115 
112 
188 
162 
271 

206 
323 
131 
412 
956 

240 

34 

93 

193 

216 

247 
197 
224 
222 
204 

401 
511 
248 
706 
10 

'952 
352 
238 
117 


138 
103 
394 
162 
274 

211 
411 
105 
1,268 
971 

338 
62 
155 
254 
159 

305 
148 
282 
250 
244 

621 
327 
278 
523 
6 

1,122 
411 
268 
206 
743 


5 
30 
142 
34 
41 

29 

89 

6 

199 

176 

81 
20 
37 
63 
31 

46 
37 
56 
49 
72 

131 
38 
47 
39 
1 

144 
51 
38 
45 
87 


36 
2 

16 
4 
2 

9 

50 


8 
3 


3 
3 

2 




24 
4 

24 
3 

31 

19 

45 

1 

130 

31 

20 

7 

6 

15 

10 

28 

6 

27 


62 

59 

173 

121 

147 

146 
194 
88 
551 
739 

222 

30 

74 

129 

114 

216 
92 
180 
120 
167 

335 
263 
178 
447 
6 

850 
187 
222 
83 
611 




2 


Clarendon __ 


2 

7 




3 


Colleton __ __ 
Darlington 


30 


4 




t) 


Dorchester __ _ 


3 

4 
11 


29 

1 
4 


6 

3 

11 


15 


6 


Edgefield . 


V 


Fairfield _. 


7 
10 


8 


Florence _ 


y 

10 


Georgetown 


46 
14 

6 
3 
7 
9 

2 

14 
1 
6 

22 
1 

12 
5 
9 
2 


36 
1 

3 


290 
5 

1 


16 
5 

5 
2 
4 
6 
1 


Greenwood 




n 





12 


Hampton 


14 


Horry- 


16 
13 
1 


11 
11 




15 


■Lancaster 


8 


16 


Laurens 


1 
6 

7 




IS 


Lexington __ 


4 

4 

20 


2 
2 




19 


Marlboro 





20 


Newherry 








__ 

23 
17 
32 
26 


39 


21 


Oconee 


29 
1 
6 

1 


84 
1 
3 
6 


7 
2 
3 
2 




w 




?3 


Pickens 




?4 


Eichland . 




25 


Saluda.. _. _.._ 




26 


Spartanburg 


36 
10 
6 
19 
13 


9 

25 


8 
21 


8 
8 


67 
31 
2 
17 
18 




V 


Sumter 


28 


Union 


78 

21 
1 


30 


York .: 


7 
4 


13 
5 


1 
4 









SOXJTH DAKOTA. 



31 


The State 


11,656 


• 12,336 


2,082 


407 


140 


166 


38 


451 


8,979 


73 




Armstrong 

Aiu-ora 


32 
33 


846 
315 


465 
350 


... 

129 
18 


3 

8 

1 


2 
3 







__ 

61 
36 


264 
294 





35 


Bonhomme . . 

Boreman 








1 


37 
.18 


Brookings _ 

Brown . . 


360 
468 
162 
13 
38 

23 
99 

154 
310 

414 

72 

418 

287 


295 
450 
301 
14 
50 

23 
118 
---- 

246 

307 

89 

446 

348 


24 
68 
53 
3 
17 

4 

18 
--- 

15 

19 

6 

73 

61 


2 
16 
59 






1 
3 


3 
16 
2 


265 

347 

163 

11 

31 

19 

66 




39 
40 
41 


Brule 

Buffalo 

Butte 


-- 


15 


15 


42 


.Campbell _._ . 










1 




44 
45 


Choteau _. 

Clark -__ _. 


4 

2 
4 

3 

6 
12 
13 


2 








22 

6 
4 

7 
2 
2 
9 


.. 




Codington 




2 


1 

2 

1 

1 
5 


222 

274 

73 

344 

268 





4V 





48 
49 


Custer _._ _ 

Davison 


1 
14 

1 


60 
51 


Day 

Delano 


i" 





.52 


Deuel- - 


221 
141 


294 
---- 

175 


69 

31 
48 


10 

8 

1 


2 




2 
4 


17 
-_ 

4 


194 

136" 
114 


4 


53 

54 
65 
56 


Dewey - . 

Douglas — 

Edmunds ,. 

Ewing - — 


._ 


57 


Fall Eiver 


155 
46 

295 
21 

173 

100 
186 
220 
241 
63 


166 
114 
285 
14 
200 

115 
117 
232 
368 
119 


41 
32 
37 
1 
35 

21 
23 
33 
23 
31 

... 

77 
65 
74 

66 

8 
38 
54 


1 
3 
5 


__ 






9 
9 


115 
69 




58 
59 
60 
61 

62 


Faulk _. 

Grant . 


Hamlin 

Hand 


4 

3 
1 
1 
33 
6 

9 
17 

1 
14 

22 

1 
4 
1 


2 
2 




1 


3 

11 

1 

2 

9 

11 

3 

17 

4 

7 

19 


241 

13 

155 

78 

92 

195 

223 

61 





63 


Hanson . 


65 


Hughes 







1 
3 

2 

1 




66 


Hyde- 


27 
4 


50 
i 








Jackson 

Jerauld . 


67 






69 
70 


72 
351 
360 
618 

427 

15 
306 


131 
420 
320 
474 

481 

28 
302 


2 
2 
1 
1 

87 


3 


Lake ,_ 


82 
307 
249 
378 

327 







Lincoln 

Lugenbeel __ 

Lyman 


4 







72 
73 
74 





6 


7fi 


McPherson 


4 


1 

4 


1 


2 
6 


17 
248 
















11 121 1 


9 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 



73 



SOUTH CAROLINA— Continned. 



HORSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 




SHEEP. 




SWINE. 


GOATS. 


— 


All horses. 


Colts 

under! 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

undei- 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Earns 

and 
wethers 
1 year 

and 
over. 




53 
54 
138 
141 
205 

114 
71 
170 
256 

771 

149 
43 
72 
160 
134 

241 
98 
185 
178 
138 

227 
280 
126 
797 
9 

699 
294 
181 
71 
885 






53 

54 

121 

138 

198 

107 
70 
168 
252 
758 

145 

41 

72 

145 

132 

241 
96 
184 
177 
138 

218 
275 
126 
789 
8 

690 
289 
181 
71 
368 


12 
37 
68 
23 
81 

6 

12 

12 

89 

123 

39 
38 
57 
40 
37 

19 
117 
46 
38 
17 

86 
48 
39 
182 
3 

152 
88 
87 
55 
88 




1 


11 
37 
68 
23 
80 

5 
12 
12 
88 
122 

37 
38 
57 
40 
37 

16 
115 
43 
38 
17 

80 
48 
34 
182 

1 

152 
81 
87 
55 
81 


2 










125 
164 
269 
74 
506 

246 

380 

11 

1,307 

384 

96 

48 

334 

205 

271 

130 
244 
140 
200 
126 

383 
516 
360 
72 


7 
2 

48 
5 
13 

24 
6 
8 
63 
42 

2 


1 








16 
31 


5 
10 


6 
10 


5 
11 




7 


10 
3 
6 

5 


.. 






■^ 








4 


1 

2 

1 
2 
2 
7 

2 


1 






30 


IS 


4 


8 


5 


1 




6 




1 


10 
40 
16 
2 


4 
5 
4 


6 
30 
7 
2 




7 








5 
5 


8 


2 
6 

2 
2 




1 
1 


4 

1 


9 




10 


2 






n 














n 










10 


2 


6 


3 


16 
14 

1 

8 

2 

5 

21 


IS 


4 
1 


1 
1 








14 
















15 




3 
1 
3 


1 


4 


1 


3 




16 




2 
1 

1 


1 




17 






2 
6 


2 
2 






18 








2 


2 


19 










?0 


2 

2 

5 


7 
3 

3 

1 

7 
3 




6 


3 


5 
2 


1 
2 


1 


3 


8 
17 

7 
27 










5 


4 
1 






OH 




2 


2 










2 






')5 


2 
2 




10 










202 
379 
47 
284 
900 


47 

5 

8 

22 

14 


''6 




7 










07 














og 












1 


1 








14 


3 




7 


2 






sn 














SOUTH BAKOTA. 


21,605 


585 


499 


20,521 


394 


10 


14 


370 


37 


335 


226 


100 


9 


5,374 


50 


31 


































226 
573 
559 


4 
27 
13 


1 
21 
11 


221 
525 
635 




















93 

68 

283 




s*^ 


29 
19 






29 
19 




7 


6 


1 




2 








5 




















Ofi 


696 
8.59 
365 
28 
109 

72 
394 


16 
17 
15 


17 
22 

la 


663 
820 
330 
28 
98 

70 
370 


19 

8 
4 


2 


1 


16 
8 
4 












89 
45 
83 
8 
2 

8 
137 


1 


97 




6 
18 


2 
8 


2 
10 


2 










4 


Qf) 










'lO 


7 

2 
9 


4 














































15 


18 






18 


1 












1^ 


















301 
466 

645 
138 
601 

507 


17 
2 

7 

4 

9 

12 


6 
4 

6 
1 

1 
19 


278 
460 

632 
133 

591 
476 


3 
11 

4 

10 

9 




i 
1 


2 
10 

4 
10 
9 












35 
348 

24 
8 
72 
68 




45 














3 

1 


46 




1 


1 


1 






47 










48 






2 


5 
9 


5 
5 






3 


49 






3 


1 


■iO 














51 


501 


19 


21 


461 


14 






14 


1 


30 


18 


12 




58 


4 


•V> 








5? 


380 
276 


4 
13 




376 
253 


8 






8 












106 
63 




51 


10 






2 












55 




















56 


261 
121 
543 
74 
393 

170 
235 
319 
344 
184 


6 
5 
7 
4 
21 

8 
6 
3 
4 
11 


10 
5 
4 


235 
111 
532 
70 
353 

158 
227 
316 
337 
164 


8 






8 


1 










36 
5 
89 
20 
70 




57 






2 
4 1 




2 
3 






5S 


1 
5 
5 

2 
8 
2 
3 
19 






1 
2 
5 

2 
8 
2 
3 
16 




1 




1 
1 
1 


59 


2 


1 






60 


19. 

4 
2 


1 


1 






1 


61 










6'' 






1 


3 




3 




114 

4 

429 

14 


1 
2 


fiS 










61 


3 
9 








3 




3 




6t 




3 










66 
















67 


1.36 

745 

661 

1,076 

760 


4 
21 
20 
21 

16 


5 
22 
13 

9 

17 


127 

702 

628 

1,046 

717 












2 
1 
2 

1 

1 


1 
1 
2 


1 




59 
68 
87 
77 

425 




6S 


2 

6 

23 

7 






2 

6 

21 

7 


2 






69 










1 
3 

4 


70 


2 




3 

6 


1 




71 




1 




79 










73 


56 
578 
264 


3 

25 
2 


1 
19 
2 


52 
534 
250 




















16 
288 
171 




74 


10 
6 




1 


9 
6 


1 


10 
15 


1 
12 


8 


1 
3 




75 






76 



74 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.-NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 
SOUTH DAIiOTA— Continued. 



— 


COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 










NEAT CATTLE. 










All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Marshall 


109 


104 


22 


1 








3 


78 




•2 
3 
4 


Martin __ _ 


lis" 

08 
144 

1,019 
204 


193" 
272 
175 

812 
258 


.-_ 

68 
31 

110 

68 


14 

40 

9 

10 
3 


13 




4 


21 
12 
8 

24 
18 


106 
101 

127 

602 
177 




Meyer 


9 


29 




6 

7 




2 


64 








1 


i 


8 
9 










183 
108 


217 
116 


43 
29 


3 




3 






168 
79 











8 
















L^ 




232 
148 


204 
161 


42 
25 


3 
8 








3 
5 


156 
122 




9 








1 




LI 






































30 
273 


58 
301 


16 
76 


3 

1 


1 






5 

8 


• 33 
216 














(^ 




































to 


Sully 


16 


13 


4 












9 




f\ 


TriT)T> 














?9 




398 
249 


401 
180 


53 
14 


23 
3 


8 


4 




10 
2 


301 
161 


2 


>^ 


















ip; 


Walworth 


2 




















'fi 




























' 















1 1 


'R 




497 


338 


40 


7 


3 




1 


6 


281 




") 


Ziebach 




















1 




1 1 


TElfNESSEB. 


w 


The State 


42,704 


49,790 


12,100 


2,160 


1,139 


1,009 


219 


2,064 


30,006 


1,093 




Anderson 


^1 


774 
616 
162 
17 
608 

564 
601 
58 
466 
378 

56 

108 

209 

64 

32 

440 
175 
215 
3,742 
112 

335 
181 
674 
169 
4 

519 
785 
652 
66 
524 

579 

445 

2,564 

75 

317 

317 
293 
254 
280 
417 

270 
112 
266 
. 152 
189 


880 
660 
304 
20 
709 

387 
855 
72 
786 
434 

45 

193 

316 

75 

42 

652 
292 
323 
2,597 
262 

372 
259 
855 
421 
8 

714 

1,311 

893 

85 

546 

968 

474 

2,274 

93 

624 

770 
• 286 
403 
515 
449 

373 
143 
384 
220 
257 


220 

173 

90 

2 

136 

63 
249 

18 
250 

84 

15 
71 
79 
22 
2 

195 
103 

89 
338 

80 

114 

84 

223 

114 

4 

199 
378 
204 
15 
105 

306 
98 

439 
30 

211 

227 
63 
141 
175 
123 

142 
44 

135 
76 
74 


23 

7 

12 


4 


28 


1 


33 
9 

24 
3 

28 

19 

22 

2 

29 

. 21 


571 
468 
139 

501 

294 
495 
49 
419 
295 

26 
94 
183 
43 
21 

38S 
142 
153 
1,819 
101 

232 
133 
478 
165 
4 

422 
591 
509 
56 
413 

528 

336 

1,.566 

50 

285 

'^97 
210 
224 
216 
287 

178 
86 
205 
127 
156 




^9 


Bedford 


3 
9 


IS 


Benton 


6 


15 
8 
5 

1 
35 


9 


^4 


Bledsoe __ „ „ 


35 


Blount _„ _ 

Bradley. __ 


23 

9 
27 

1 
70 
21 

2 
9 
16 
3 
1 

39 
9 

17 
46 
31 

13 
11 

44 
44 


6 

1 
10 
2 
1 
8 


8 


2 


^7 


Campbell 


6 


11 


W 


Cannon 


W 


Carroll 


4 
3 

2 
12 
4 


1 
2 


12 


«n 


Carter _ _ 


*i 


Cheathain 




R 


Chester- 


4 
6 
2 




2 

22 

5 

1 

14 
10 
21 
122 
17 

8 
10 
28 
26 


1 

C 


4R 


Claiborne 




14 


Clay 




IS 


Cocke - - 


17 

1 






t6 


Coffee 


7 

13 
24 
82 
20 


1 

1 

2 

11 


7 

14 

7 

143 

5 

3 
9 
15 
17 


(7 


Crockett 


i8 


Cumberland 


10 
37 
8 

1 

1 

45 

25 


(9 


Davidson 


in 


Decatur 


il 


Dekalb _._ 

Dickson. 


1 


v^ 


6 
17 
24 


i3 




5 
6 


yt 


Payette 


)5 


Fentress 


ifi 




28 
69 
44 
2 
8 

40 
24 
81 
4 
45 

75 
9 
7 

42 

8 

11 
4 
6 
7 
5 


11 
71 
90 
5 
1 

24 

2 

44 


4 

30 


2 

11 

1 


48 
93 
19 
7 
18 

49 
14 
114 
2 
44 

42 
12 
8 
20 
17 

13 
1 

28 
1 

12 




i7 


Gibson 


iR 


Giles .. 


68 
26 


)9 


Grainger 


niiiiiiiiii 


i1 




18 


1 




)2 


Hamblen 




Hamilton ._ __ 

Hancock . __ 


. 1' 


5 
\ 


S 

6 

21 

52 

22 
10 
12 

2 


)5 


Hardeman 


13 

24 
2 


4 
49 


6 


Hardin 


7 

R 


Hawkins 


9 



Henderson 

Henry 


2 


i 

40 
2 

5 
2 


r 


n 




21 
1 
8 


1 

5 
2 
1 
2 





Houston _ - _ 


s 




4 


Jackson 




D 


James 


3 


5 


8 



GENERAL TABLES. 



75 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Continued. 

SOUTH DAJi OTA— Continued. 





HOUSES. 




MULES. 


ASSES. 
1 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horecs. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
ana over. 


All 
mules. 


Colte 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
oyer. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Rams 
and 
wethers 
1 year 
and 
over. 




233 


11 


3 


219 












1 


1 






26 




1 


















238 
299 
312 

1,647 
463 


8 

25 

7 

38 
18 


4 

37 
12 

32 
14 


226 
237 
293 

1,577 
431 


2 

15 






2 
1.5 




1 






1 


11 


. 


• 






2 








<l 














50 

292 
118 


1 

6 




29 
2 


2 


2 


25 
2 


1 


189 
6 


153 


S3 
6 




f 


















f 


242 
270 


2 
12 


'0 

7 


2>"i 
2.51 


4 
24 




2 


2 












16 
24 




c 
















If 


















n 


505 
268 


16 
7 


9 
10 


4.S0 
251 


2 

2 






2 
2 




13 
1 


3 
1 


10 




47 
18 


1 


11 






2 




T 












14 
































11 


67 
505 


1 
11 




66 
483 
























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11 


3 






3 










132 


2 


r 
















IP 
































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41 


2 


3 


36 
























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''1 


694 
454 


23 

8 


12 
16 


659 
430 


23 
18 




2 


21 
16 


2 

1 


3 

1 


2 

1 


1 




330 
088 




r 


2 




3 


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04 


20 






20 
























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r 


771 


12 


11 


748 


7 






7 


3 


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TESTISTESSBE. 


38,939 


788 


616 


37,535 


10,604 


255 


307 


9,942 


538 


3,173 


1,218 


1,538 


417 


81,749 


1,419 


3C 


210 
614 
138 
7 
361 

331 

233 

71 

330 

149 

51 
105 
106 
27 
42 

309 
230 
165 
6,216 
80 

201 
173 
683 
183 
3 

423 
861 
670 
36 
824 

318 

331 

2,224 

52 

274 

253 
156 
260 
168 
330 

241 

82 

193 

141 


4 
19 

1 


2 
9 


204 
586 
137 
7 
343 

326 
228 
71 
307 
143 

51 
102 
106 
24 
42 

287 

202 

159 

6,090 

72 

253 
167 
654 
169 
3 

402 
812 
647 
34 
310 

305 

311 

2,191 

40 

240 

239 
160 
260 
154 
318 

231 
80 
180 
123 
100 


216 
70 
17 
16 
65 

49 
167 
12 
40 
20 

32 
8 
109 
17 
46 

56 
29 
284 
559 
44 

21 
132 
204 

10 


2 

5 
1 

1 
4 


4 

1 


210 
64 
16 
15 

59 

48 
157 
10 
38 
20 

32 

8 

108 

17 

46 

53 
20 
281 
516 
42 

19 

127 

194 

9 


1 
7 
4 
3 


16 
62 
10 
8 
212. 


6 
28 
4 
4 
56 


7 

34 

3 

4 

122 


3 


1,370 

1,163 

748 

77 

1,878 

528 
1,164 

162 
1,337 

831 

75 
267 
669 
140 

32 

1,.372 
427 
970 

1,096 
763 

874 

479 

1,13,S 

252 

19 

1,604 
1,518 
2,057 
186 
1,013 

1,777 
,S48 

3,192 
273 
764 

1,741 
525 
573 
939 
702 

939 
339 
698 
808 
666 


8 

41 

3 


31 


3 


3r 






3<1 


13 

4 

2 


5 

1 
3 


2 

1 
10 


34 


28 

10 
19 

6 
11 

3 


R,= 


3 
1 
4 
6 

1 


3f 




22 

4 

184 

22 


6 

2 

80 

9 


6 

2 

99 

7 


10 


3' 


2 
2 


af 


14 

1 


9 
5 




5 
6 


3' 




4f 






41 


1 


2 






3 


10 

11 

6 


3 
2 
1 


6 
7 
5 


1 
2 




4' 


1 




2 


4r 


1 


2 






4' 












4.= 


20 
13 
, 6 
66 
2 

5 

2 

16 

6 


2 

15 


1 

2 
1 

7 
1 

1 
2 
5 
1 


2 
7 
2 
36 
1 

1 
3 
5 


6 
5 
2 
38 

1 

13 
14 
22 


33 


19 


14 




18 

1 


4f 




4' 


75 
243 
89 

16 

17 

7 

3 


111 


33 

122 
87 

10 
6 
2 
2 


19 
10 
2 

2 
2 
2 

1 


Af 


60 
6 

3 

4 
13 

8 


32 


4' 

5f 


4 
9 
3 




.51 




5' 


69 


5c 
5. 










5, 


11 

27 

15 

2 

9 

9 
12 
16 
11 
13 

8 
4 
7 
3 
11 

5 

1 

2 

11 

2 


10 

22 
8 


99 

129 

62 

6 

45 

156 
28 

542 
18 
31 

123 
16 
49 

72 
48 

142 
78 
86 
39 
57 


5 
5 

7 


4 
6 
4 


90 

118 

51 

6 

40 

1,50 
25 

533 
11 
20 

115 
14 
47 
72 
44 

77 
83 
23 
64 


7 
27 
14 

1 

1 

8 


78 

44 

168 

5 

40 

16 

2 

102 

32 

11 

84 
2 


27 

6 

104 

5 

11 

5 


44 
29 
52 


7 

9 

12 




5 


69 
31 


5' 
5i 
5 


5 

4 

8 
17 

1 
21 

6 

2 

3 

11 

6 

5 
1 

3 


2 

4 

1 


3 

2 
2 
9 
6 
11 

7 
2 

1 


27 

10 
1 

45 
19 


2 

1 
1 

28 
6 

11 

'I 


4 

38 
10 
123 


6 

6 
6 


14 
9 
2 

8 
1 
3 
6 
3 

10 
1 
4 
2 


29 
8 


6 


1 


6 


61 

10 
11 
3 
32 
16 


6 


1 


29 


42 

1 


6 
6 


1 




6 


23 

1 

60 


8 


13 


2 
1 

15 


fi 


3 

6 
1 

8 
1 


1 




15 


30 


7 






7 




1 
62 
55 




32 
29 






7 


8 
2 


21 
"24 


9 
2 


20 


7 

7 


1 105 









76 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND IN0L08URES, 

TENSTESSEB -Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 








NEAT CATTLE 












All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other . 
cows 2 
years and 
over. 






566 
26 
1,912 
139 
397 

559 
159 
402 
250 
472 

306 
75 
922 
962 
365 

898 
111 
309 
543 
65 

71 
909 

43 
167 

17 

215 
225 
644 
984 
496 

611 

57 

39 

278 

3,439 

426 
832 
665 
408 
332 

78 
107 
163 


578 

44 

1,638 

394 

595 

905 
204 
440 
224 
523 

628 

84 

849 

1,209 

490 

906 
137 
368 
587 
112 

111 

1,291 

77 

230 

• 23 

353 
337 
731 
1,119 
463 

875 
146 
72 
420 
2,386 

512 
401 
646 
373 
762 

81 
180 
180 


154 
10 

202 
118 
201 

295 
70 

118 
48 

126^ 

196 
18 
208 
357 
142 

175 
36 
72 

116 
39 

37 
385 
24 
58 
8 

100 
84 
202 
235 
119 

241 

36 

26 

91 
279 

142 
137 

83 

79 
115 

14 
53 

48 


14 


2 


2 




8 

6 

50 

18 

39 

69 
16 
15 
5 
12 

31 
1 
16 
39 
12 

34 
2 
18 
14 
4 

5 
29 

2 
21 


398 

29 

1,336 

155 

297 

401 
91 
295 
164 
322 

253 
.57 
554 
740 
310 

589 

97 

236 

394 

62 

55 
769 
43 
86 
15 

196 
205 
440 
738 
313 

452 
47 
39 

229 
1,604 

308 
210 
532 
240 
288 

64 
112 
111 












3 

4 


Knox _ 


35 
43 
18 

29 
16 

7 
4 

7 

43 

4 

20 

36 

7 

72 
1 
6 

20 

1 

12 
40 
2 
34 


8 
14 
4 

23 




6 
2 
1 

8 
2 


1 
27 
21 

60 
5 
2 


17 
14 

20 
4 


f) 


Lauderdale 


6 












3 

1 








i 

3 


in 


McMinn _ 


45 
49 


10 

30 

4 

21 


11 




23 






IS 


Madison _ ^ 


18 
3 
4 

6 


7 
30 


5 
4 
2 

2 
1 


14 


Marion 


I'i 




13 
26 


16 




2 


17 


Meigs 


IS 




36 
11 






19 




27 


5 
1 




■'n 


Moore 


5 


''1 


Morgan 




2 
9 


TO 




11 
2 
12 


16 


32 
4 
3 


9C( 


Overton, 


04 




15 


1 


95 


Pickett __ 


''6 


Polk_ 


8 
18 
21 
48 
12 

31 

15 

6 

25 

69 

24 
10 
21 
49 
118 

2 

6 
9 


2 


33 


2 
2 
2 
3 

6 
5 


12 
19 
28 
71 
15 

32 
4 




97 




9 
14 


98 


Rhea _ 


12 

24 

2 

60 


12 


29 


Roane _ , 


Rn 


Robertson 


1 

26 

37 




11 


Rutherford 


37 
1 


R? 


Scott— .._ 


R3 


Sequatchie 


1 
11 
48 

3 

7 

1 

1 

130 

1 
5 


R4 


Sevier 


3G 
84 

2 
16 

1 


1 
13 

1 
3 


27 
119 

24 

18 

8 

4 

41 




R5 


Shelby 


170 
8 


Rfi 


Smith __ 


R7 


Stewart 


38 






R9 


Sumner 






40 


Tipton - 


11 


5 


54 


41 


Trousdale — 


42 


Unicoi 


1 




3 
12 




4R 


Union 






44 


Van Buren 










45 


Warren ,_ 


221 

754 
213 
511 
206 
387 
432 


192 

848 
381 

8S8 
288 
447 
462 


43 

166 
112 
262 
58 
71 
98 


2 

29 
26 
96 

7 
33 

8 








6 

23 

1 
27 
24 
16 
26 


141 

614 
166 
42S 
194 
307 
313 




46 


Washington 


7 
4.1 
30 


7 
26 
19 

4 
10 

1 


1 

1 
9 
1 
2 


1 
4 
17 


47 




48 


Weakley 


49 


White _ _ 


50 


Williamson 


5 
8 


3 
6 


51 


Wilson 







TEXAS. 



5? 


The State - 


83,937 


116,107 


37,881 


3,967 


832 


675 


619 


5,989 


63,600 


2,564 




Anderson _ _ 


53 

51 


750 

250 

1 

35 

11 
29 
652 


871 

24 

514 


260 

6 

176 


1 
74 


1 





5 


36 

1 
23 


663 

8 

221 




55 


Angelina 


.__ 


__ 


r 


5 


56 


Aransas 


68 
59 


Armstrong 


88 

35 

49 

1,914 


30 

15 

8 

708 


5 


1 






11 

2 
4 

171 


41 

18 

31 

866 





60 
61 


Austin 

P>ailcy 


98 


10 


__ 


20 


_-- 


fiS 


Bastrop - 


594 

139 

172 

1,871 

3,369 

86 

22 

560 

375 

216 

373 
J20 
____ 

230 


955 

397 

321 

2,563 

1,576 

222 

49 

1,235 

647 

461 

576 
195 

1,295 
521 


305 
142 
103 
826 
261 

70 
17 
423 
191 
125 

182 
40 

642 
198 


2 

34 

13 

6 

100 

48 

4 

1 
24 
58 
47 

30 


2 

2 


1 


1 

6 

2 

16 

8 


3 

44 
48 
23 

12:? 
48 

26 
5 
110 
44 
23 

22 

12 
23 


39 

540 

177 

ISO 

1,371 

1,160 

122 
26 
639 
334 
242 

299 
56 

692 

262 


28 
9 
7 

99 
8 


64 






Bee ... 






67 




19 
21 


10 
22 


68 
69 


Blanco 

Borden 


70 
71 


Bosque - — __ 

Bowie - - 


-- 

6 
13 

14 


r 

12 
5 

4 
30 

4~ 
2 


9 

1 
1 

2 

3~ 
6 


20 
1 
5 

23 
69 

9" 

1 


7? 


Brazoria 


73 


Brazos 


74 


Brewster _ _ 


75 
76 

77 


Briscoe 

Brown 

Burleson 


21 
23 


6 







GENERAL TABLES. 



77 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Continued, 

TEKNESSBE— Continued. 



HORSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 


^ 


All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 yeaa-s 
and over. 


All 

mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

yeai-. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 
1 year 
and 
over. 


Kams 
and 
wethers 
1 year 
and 
over. 




290 

6 

1,679 

169 

354 

434 
120 
430 
133 
213 

173 
50 
919 
384 
393 

1,096 

48 

217 

594 

92 

45 
812 
36 
91 
8 

123 
156 
325 
538 
408 

675 
39 
17 

182 
5,055 

402 
169 
318 
429 
386 

96 
51 
90 


13 


8 


269 

6 

1,643 

161 

338 

413 
116 
412 
124 
209 

167 
48 
897 
366 
373 

1,021 

44 

212 

575 

81 

45 
772 
36 
87 

7 

119 
164 
318 
517 
405 

638 
38 
16 

170 
4,982 

372 
159 
311 
409 
353 

95 
50 
86 


30 
7 
285 
109 
181 

174 
108 
43 
56 
58 

72 

20 

130 

285 

60 

661 

6 

79 

158 
5 

26 

269 
15 
97 


3 


3 


24 
7 
275 
103 
178 

166 
107 
40 
48 
63 

68 

19 

116 

282 

36 

644 
5 
78 

154 
4 

25 

232 

12 

96 




36 
22 
2 


4 
4 
2 


5 

12 


■27 
6 


1,388 
41 

1,668 
784 
941 

2,0,60 
625 
984 
537 

1,024 

734 
243 
461 
3,216 
988 

1,249 
288 
795 

1,069 
261 

266 

1,973 

131 

566 

61 

588 

793 

1,760 

2,289 

909 

1,252 
111 
120 
860 
625 

1,736 

1,031 

645 

747 

620 

177 
208 
642 


9 


1 




2 
3 


18 
6 
S 

12 
2 

13 
2 
3 

3 

1 
14 
10 
14 

43 
2 
4 

13 
5 


18 

3 

13 

9 
2 
5 
7 

1 

3 

I 
8 
6 

32 
2 
1 
6 
6 


6 
6 
2 

4 
1 

o 

5 

1 

1 
1 
3 
3 
7 

7 


4 


12 


62 

1 

20 

4 






4 


1 
4 




16 

99 
6 
5 
2 
3 

15 

17 

5 

115 

57 

21 
11 
35 
35 


2 

30 
1 


13 

61 
5 




fi 


7 
5 
10 
7 
4 

11 
2 
3 
6 

19 

26 


18 


6 

7 


1 
3 
4 

3 


5 


34 

1 


s 


2 




q 


2 

8 
10 

2 
60 
32 

5 
8 
20 
10 


1 

4 
3 


10 


3 
4 

3 
60 
24 

4 
3 

12 
24 


18 
12 
23 
117 
19 

17 


11 


11 


13 


16 
1 

12 




7 

10 
1 


15 
16 


1 
2 

i 

1 

10 
2 
1 


3 
5 
4 

3 
10 


3 

1 


7 
9 


18 
19 

''n 


2 




39 
14 


9 
6 


29 
7 


1 

1 


12 
28 


21 
22 
23 
24 


29 


11 


17 
1 




4 

1 

3 
2 




3 
6 

60 
18 
23 
24 
2 

126 
13 




2 
3 

25 
14 
12 
14 

- 

63 
8 


1 






2 


3 




25 


1 


163 
22 
78 

291 
73 

m 

65 

3 

68 

1,664 

129 
110 
26 
70 
109 

4 
21 
32 




2 
3 
3 


161 
19 

74 
288 
70 

79 
65 
2 
64 
1,656 

105 
98 
23 
62 

102 

4 
19 
29 


25 


7 

2 

46 

16 

2 

4 


26 




1 
3 
6 
6 

29 


4 
7 
3 




7 

13 
2 

21 

1 


1 
3 
1 

22 


4 
7 


28 


8 

1 

16 


2 
10 


30 


60 
5 


3 


31 


1 

6 

35 

7 
1 
4 
4 
21 




1 
4 
6 

2 
8 
3 
12 
3 






7 


33 


6 
38 

23 

9 

3 

16 

12 

1 






46 
128 

130 
13 
14 
48 
2 


10 
86 

110 

3 

7 

22 


21 
27 

18 
8 
7 

25 
2 


16 
15 

2 
2 


34 


3 

22 
4 


20 
16 


148 


35 
'16 


4 
6 
20 
7 


97 


2 
1 
4 


9S 


6 
4 


1 


39 

40 






41 


1 
1 




2 
1 




13 
51 


2 
11 


10 
29 


1 
11 


4 
6 


•1'> 


3 


2 


1 


43 

41 


203 

372 
160 
498 
132 
406 
413 


2 

5 

1 

11 

3 

15 

11 




201 

350 

146 
477 
128 
383 
391 


9 

45 
114 
118 
60 
88 
68 


3 




6 

39 
112 
113 
54 
71 
48 


1 
5 


6 

1 
6 

18 
9 
8 

27 


3 

1 
2 

15 
2 
2 

11 


2 




227 

883 
707 

1,545 
634 
727 

1,009 




4'S 


17 
3 
10 

1 

8 

11 


6 
2 
5 
2 
6 
9 




5 
53 
9 
2 
8 
1 


46 




2 


1 
3 


•17 




10 
2 


48 


4 
11 
11 


7 


49 


6 

1 


50 


38 


15 


51 



TEXAS. 



110,024 


1,878 


1,327 


106,819 


15,590 


277 


391 


14,922 


1,992 


367 


85 


151 


121 


89,013 


1,769 


52 


746 
14 

269 
10 
61 

23 
55 
863 


8 


5 


733 
14 

243 
10 
58 

21 
53 
819 


87 


2 




85 


8 










396 

1 

207 


6 














64 


7 


19 


107 


2 




106 












1 
















56 


2 


1 

2 
2 
14 


19 

4 

4 

201 






19 

3 

4 

194 












5 

17 

14 

1,489 




57 




1 














58 







1 

7 












50 


20 


4 


3 


14 


1 


9 


4 


2 


60 
61 


81 

588 

296 

309 

2,158 

4,967 

213 
74 
805 
419 
306 

474 
364 


4 

11 
20 
9 
36 
66 

12 

3 

40 

10 

8 

2 
15 




77 

568 

263 

296 

2,089 

4,873 

194 
61 
746 
402 
290 

471 
349 


5 

114 
42 
30 
321 
561 

14 
20 
90 
49 
51 

58 
76 






5 

107 
39 
29 
306 
541 

9 
20 
80 
48 
51 

56 
75 












97 

578 
183 
163 
2,221 
226 

166 






9 
13 

5 
34 
28 

7 
10 
20 
7 
8 

1 


3 


4 

3 

1 

10 

10 

2 


7 




























1 
14 
121 


1 
1 
3 


1 






6 

9 

121 




6 


1 
1 




66 


2 




67 


3 


















60 


3 


7 

1 


30 










906 
662 
179 

69 
67 


1 
50 
6 




11 






11 






1 

7 
141 






70 




2 










7^ 












54 


71 

















75 


884 
295 


8 
3 


6 
2 


870 
290 


90 
37 , 


2 


1 


87 
35 


6 


I 


4 






427 
2S4 


1 


76 




_...:._..: 


77 



78 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 

TEXAS— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inelosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 










NEAT CATTLE. 










All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Burnet _ 


350 
422 
102 
226 
262 

211 

24 
841 


779 
659 
174 
389 
160 

390 
55 
760 


291 
246 

46 
140 

62 

144 

23 

263 


26 
27 
6 
8 
4 

19 
4 

53 


6 


3 


2 
2 


61 

4 

13 

15 

7 

14 

1 
65 


355 
379 

60 
224 

68 

189 

23 

318 


45 

2 

44 


? 


Caldwell . 


s 


Calhoun 


4 
1 
4 

2 


1 


4 


Callahan 


1 

1 

6 


S 




14 




H 


Camp 


16 
4 
37 


7 


Carson and Hutchinson 




8 


9 


11 


4 


q 




in 




5 

368 
103 
310 


16 

1,018 
228 
486 


6 

334 

92 

178 


1 

48 
2 
14 










9 
442 

lis 

273 




11 


Cherokee __ 


3 

1 
3 


2 


7 

1 


123 
14 
15 


59 


n 




IS 


Clay 




3 


14 








1"! 


Coke 

Coleman 


62 

266 
1,802 

446 
267 

383 


139 

393 
2,204 


66 

164 
681 








1 


1 

6 
75 


71 

213 
1,349 




IR 


10 
52 








17 


Collin 


7 


12 


9 


19 


IR 


Collingsworth 


l<f 


Colorado 


880 
230 

689 


251 
78 

265 


87 

1 

4 


6 


3 


6 

1 

2 


79 
12 

39 


413 
138 

378 


37 


?n 




?.i 




1 






>:> 


Concho _ 






ZR 


Cooke. 


986 

480 

16 


869 
828 
45 


258 
300 
19 


24 

17 


1 
3 


1 
4 


1 
2 


26 

49 

3 


556 

452 

22 


2 

1 
1 


14 


Coryell 


15 


Cottle - . _ _ 


?fi 












?,7 


Crockett _ ... 






















?^ 


Crosby „ ..... 






















29 


Dallam _ , 


10 
3,989 


43 
3,041 


■ 19 
654 


3 
93 


2 
67 




1 
14 


6 
205 


12 
1,992 




sn 


Dallas -_ 


16 




11 


Dawson 




-)■>. 


Deaf Smith 


21 

100 

1,051 

327 

26 

26 

171 

203 

410 

29 
1,994 

638 
1,048 

652 

1,442 

819 

51 

1 

12 

222 
116 
111 

60 


20 

205 

1,212 

386 

56 
43 
342 
172 
1,117 

96 

2,401 

274 

2,081 

1,026 

1,801 

1,621 

116 

8 

34 

338 
.303 
304 
143 


7 
70 
387 
146 

19 
14 

143 
65 

410 

41 

727 

62 

768 

386 

561 
594 

48 
4 

13 

121 

121 

97 

66 


3 
10 
35 

6 

2 
2 

12 
6 

38 

2 
41 








1 
17 
60 

6 

8 
6 


9 
103 
699 
220 

26 
20 

176 
94 

539 

46 
1,468 

200 
1,088 

642 

1,096 

807 

67 

4 

18 

188 

149 

131 

71 




S3 


Delta 


3 
6 




2 
8 




S4 




3 


U 
8 

1 


SS 


Dewitt 


Sfi 


Dickens .._ 


1 
1 






S7 


Dimmit _ 






SR 


Donlev.. 






11 


S9 


Duval — .- . _ 


2 

7 




1 
1 


4 
80 

7 

96 

10 

113 

56 

60 

63 

9 


40 




7 


35 


41 


Edwards 


4? 


Ellis 


16 


7 


12 
2 
9 
9 

3 

9 


35 
10 
33 

7 

13 
67 


43 


El Paso 


44 


Ei-ath 


63 
20 

65 
74 
1 


5 
5 

4 
6 


2 

1 


45 


Falls 


45 


Fannin . .. . 


47 


Fayette . 


2 


48 


Fisher . 


19 


Floyd 










M 


Foard .. 


1 

4 
15 
8 


1 
2 
9 






1 

u 

20 
6 




SI 


Fort Bend . .. _ 




1 

2 
1 




i2 


Franklin 




i3 


Freestone 




3S 


51 


Frio 




3b 


Gaines 












ifi 


Galveston . . 


1,808 


1,021 


197 


18 




4 


7 


56 


719 


20 


57 


Garza 




38 

59 


Gille.spie 

Glasscock 


157 

4 

120 

353 


220 

8 

269 

781 


85 

4 

122 

278 


6 




8 


1 


8 


112 

4 

126 

423 




nl 




18 


1 
3 


6 


1 
4 


10 
85 


14 


52 


Gray 


33 
34 


Grayson _ . . ___ ._ 

Gregg 


3, 2.54 
615 
232 

263 

4 

56 

442 


2, 687 
839 
653 

■ 204 

5 

168 

965 


625 
301 
247 

23 

2 

73 

407 


54 
.33 
27 

1 
1 


14 
l.i 
10 

1 


6 
2 


15 
5 


100 
47 
41 

15 


"""•"i;"870' 
425 
317 

161 

2 

93 

469 


3 
14 
11 


W 


Grimes 


3R 




2 


1 


)7 


Hale 

Hall 


)9 


Hamilton 

Hansford . 


--- 


.. 





-- 


2 
35 


29 







1 


Hardeman 


248 

70 

2,496 

631 


396 

187 

1,786 

736 


157 

57 

399 

178 


6 
13 
47 
42 








5 

13 

121 

13 


227 

82 

1,042 

473 




3 


Harris 


3 

23 

3 


1 
26 
11 


3 

12 

8 


... 

116 

8 


4 




5 


Hartley- 


6 


Haskell 

Hays... 


2 

489 

15 

271 

8 


2 

675 

73 

548 

9 















2 

348 

30 

278 

6 




R 


24 

176 

3 


6 

7 

23 


1 
7 


4 
3 
2 


3 
5 
2 


16 

3 

40 




Q 









Hidalgo — - 


20 




















GENERAL TABLES. 



79 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 

TEXAS— Continued. 



HOUSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


1 

SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 
■ and 
under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 

mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Coital 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
luld 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

1 year 

and 

over. 


Rams 
and 

wethers 

lyear 

and 

over. 




463 

500 
141 
294 
234 

170 

36 

254 


14 
5 
2 
4 
1 

1 


7 
3 
S 
9 
2 

2 


442 
492 
131 
231 
231 

167 

230 


51 
78 
12 
21 
46 

66 




2 


49 
78 
10 
17 
45 

64 


6 
8 
5 


18 


5 


8 


6 


726 
638 
94 
138 

i327 

446 




1 






o 


1 


1 
4 
1 

1 


2 


1 




1 




s 






1 




74 
5 


9 


2 


7 




46 
1 


•s 


1 




6 










7 


11 


13 


149 




2 


147 










r- 


809 


12 


q 
















9 

323 
199 
460 






9 

314 
195 
443 




















11 

535 

38 

340 




10 


7 
3 
9 


2 

1 
8 


53 
56 
44 


3 

2 
1 




50 
63 
43 


6 
1 

4 










22 


n 


1 










T' 












13 














1 ] 


127 

393 

1,782 

5 

546 

370 

392 


2 

4 
35 


3 

3 
16 


122 

386 

1,731 

5 

533 

359 

388 


10 

29 
370 


1 


i 


8 

29 
346 


1 

11 

40 










46 

143 
3,317 




T, 










2 
17 


16 


12 


12 


2 


2 






17 








5 
2 

4 


8 
9 


91 

54 

36 


1 


14 


76 
54 

36 


6- 
2 

13 


1 


1 






572 
186 

249 


3 


11 






■^n 
















''1 


















Vf 


1,285 
600 
26 


22 
11 

1 


11 
15 

1 


1, 252 

574 

24 


161 
68 
4 


4 
9 


6 
3 


151 

56 

4 


11 
9 










1,024 

607 

18 




9S 


6 






5 




94 








■'5 


















''6 
































07 
































''8 


2.5 
5,440 


1 
70 


1 
72 


23 
5,298 




















3 
2,016 


1 
26 


iq 


679 


15 


6 


658 


27 


2 




2 




30 






31 


44 

128 

1,296 

412 

76 
51 
263 
193 
505 

114 
2, 245 
1,185 
1,350 

739 

4,481 

923 

91 

8 

26 

348 
161 
115 

87 


1 

4 
14 

3 


6 
4 

S 
2 

7 


37 

120 

1,274 

408 

66 
51 
260 

187 
494 

104 
2, 183 
1,142 
1,312 

723 

4,438 

899 

87 

8 

26 

326 
153 
112 
86 


5 
19 
118 
23 

11 
1 
16 
47 
56 

6 
416 
143 
159 
88 

1,257 
80 
12 






5 

18 
109 
22 

9 

1 
16 
47 
54 

4 

373 

143 

148 

83 

1,244 
80 
12 












6 

223 

1,506 

502 

11 
1 

33 
207 
482 




3'' 


1 
8 




10 
6 
5 












33 


6 

1 

2 












34 










3 


35 












36 




5 

27 
19 
2 












37 


1 

4 
6 

5 
36 
o7 
2,5 

9 

29 
15 
3 


2 
5 

5 
26 

6 
13 

7 

14 
9 
1 














1 
13 


3S 






2 




2 




■i9 




2 

2 
36 






40 














41 


7 


20 

206 

5 

2 

14 
8 
1 
1 


3 
4 
3 


1 


1 
2 
3 


1 
2 


3,921 

46 

1,327 

1,257 

3,031 
1,365 

87 
4 

17 

178 
302 

■J<S4 
29 


17 
146 


42 
43 


2 


9 
5 

3 




44 






14 

4 
6 


45 


10 


2 
6 






2 
6 


46 






47 










48 
















49 






7 

40 
7 

21 
6 




7 
1 














50 


12 
4 
2 


10 

4 
1 

1 




39 

20 

4 


7 
3 












.51 














59 


i 












2 
2 


53 


■- 












54 

















55 


2,373 


32 


34 


2,307 


322 




1 


321 


16 


36 


14 


20 


2 


130 


51 


56 




57 


227 

10 

204 

606 


5 


5 


217 
10 
189 

598 


20 






20 


1 










160 


1 


58 














59 


11 
5 


4 
3 


16 
110 






16 

108 


3 

4 










154 
271 


2 


6(1 


1 


1 


2 






2 


fil 








62 


3,891 
351 
313 

412 
23 
127 
606 


54 
13 
7 

2 

4 

7 

32 


39 
2 
6 

1 
2 

7 
12 


3,798 
336 
300 

409 

17 

113 

562 


586 

109 

24 

45 
4 
9 

58 


: 7 

4 


12 

1 


517 
104 
24 

45 
4 
8 

56 


17 










2,492 
791 
311 

46 
3 

74 
611 


8 
10 


63 










64 


5 
3 


18 






18 


65 












66 
















67 




1 
2 














68 




3 










1 


69 












70 


341 

92 

3,316 

736 


3 

1 

69 

9 


2 

1 

70 

9 


336 

90 

3,177 

718 


25 

9 

411 

180 




2 


23 

8 

400 

178 












98 
161 
486 
211 




71 


1 
4 
1 














79 


7 
1 


21 
6 


21 
3 


1 


11 
3 


9 


143 
6 


73 
74 






75 


13 
68.1 

61 

270 

6 






13 
666 

53 

264 

6 


17 
44 

4 
44 

2 




2 


15 
40 

4 
44 

2 












14 
464 

8 
448 

2 




76 


-;- 

1 

6 


-- 

7 


4 


10 


4 






4 




77 










78 








" 










79 




















10 


80 



80 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OP DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 
TEXAS— Continued. 



— 


COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosurea 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 






All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

oyer. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 . 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

yeais and 

over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 




Hill 


1,622 


2,210 


748 


87 


14 


4 


8 


89 


1,260 




1 




s 


Hood 


229 
665 
300 

149 

1,664 

2 

229 

125 

49 
70 

844 
1,601 

117 

105 

1,022 

150 


463" 

1,149 

690 

221 
2,159 


167 
389 
282 

83 
714 


22 
50 
23 

6 
41 


5 
5 

7 

4 
3 


1 
1 
3 


1 
4 
1 


33 
66 
28 

2 

116 


244 
608 
846 

121 

1,228 


26 








Houston ; 


b 
6 


5 
58 






5 


8 
9 

in 








430 
336 

273 

35 

1,064 

1,752 

209 

194 

1,373 

197 


179 

lis 

72 
12 
404 
522 
88 

76 

437 

63 


1 
26 

38 

2 

13 

14 

4 

4 
24 
4 








15 
39 

19 

1 

3 

87 

3 

6 

79 
17 


235 
120 

89 
20 

593 
1,073 

114 

101 
737 
100 






7 
15 


2 
8 


2 
7 


27 
25 


11 


Jasper 


12 






4 

1 


3 


1 
11 


43 
44 


14 




15 

16 

17 








3 

7 
2 


4 

29 








19 
4 


41 
7 


IS 


TCpTidall 


19 
20 






Kerr 


170 
50 


194 
143 


60 

48 


5 
IS 








6 
4 


133 
42 




Trimble 






1 


85 


22 










64 

35 

1,4'25 


78 

73 

1,766 


33 
20 
537 




3 


4 




3 
4 
61 


35 

47 

1,032 


_. 
50 










■>5 


Lamar 


52 


22 


3 


9 






97 




478 

93 

668 

199 

59 
40 
531 
51 

1 

159 


877 

122 

1,221 

620 

206 

97 

1,040 

123 

3 

294 


318 

60 

468 

179 

74 

42 

410 

32 


43 

2 

36 

17 

18 

1 

43 

14 


5 


4 


5 


59 

4 

62 

55 

25 


441 

66 

618 

251 

78 

54 

541 

25 


2 


98 




oq 




1 
2 

3 




5 
4 

1 


31 
10 

5 


'in 


Lee - 


2 
2 


31 




^9 




s^ 


Limestone 


10 
16 


5 


4 


15 
13 


12 
23 


S^l 




I"! 






3 


% 




116 


14 






10 


154 




S7 












SR 


Lubbock 


1 


8 


4 












4 




39 
















"in 


McCuUoch _ .- 


83 

2,965 

27 

100 

292 


160 

2,810 

61 

314 

652 


64 

767 
22 
99 

194 


3 

71 








8 

64 

2 

56 

44 


85 

1,865 

27 

106 

270 




41 


McLennan 


5 


4 


20 


14 


42 


McMullen 


43 


Madison 


19 
21 


1 
5 




2 
6 


31 
10 


44 




2 


45 


Martin 


4R 


Mason _ 


79 
80 
82 
95 
59 

143 
522 
202 
210 

778 

315 


86 
302 

33 
195 
103 

240 
919 
529 
398 
1,262 

606 


9 
95 

3 
80 
50 

102 
206 
212 
130 

457 

212 










4 
35 


73 
120 
29 
94 
53 

133 
507 
268 
236 
693 

286 




47 




12 


3 


1 


1 

1 


35 


48 


Maverick _____ 


49 


Medina 


1 






3 


17 


5n 


Menard _ __ 








51 


Midland __ 


2 
20 
22 

8 
17 

28 






1 
4 


2 

148 

25 

10 

73 

60 




52 


Milam 


6 
2 
3 

1 

6 


3 


25 


53 


Mills 


54 


Mitchell 


3 




8 
18 

9 


55 


Montague _ 


3 

4 


5fi 




1 


57 


Moore 


58 




164 

15 

367 

1,183 
126 


486 

16 

852 

1,229 
454 


171 

4 

289 

409 
127 


24 


15 


1 


4 


30 

2 
65 

87 

22 


2;m 

10 
382 

725 
139 


7 


59 


Motley 


m 




58 

30 
35 


14 

4 
8 


4 

2 
115 


6 
7 


34 

15 
8 


fil 




62 


Newton _ 


63 






64 


NueceR__ 


438 


316 


121 


2 






3 


5 


180 


5 


65 


Ochiltree 






66 


Oldham 


3 

377 

542 

222 

1,008 


11 
601 

1,034 
551 

1,843 


4 
110 
310 
154 
631 


1 

42 

26 

39 

131 










6 
291 
584 
171 
950 




68 


Orange 

Palo Pinto_ _ 


3 
8 
8 
22 


3 

1 

44 

2 


3 
4 
16 
2 


101 
47 
38 
72 


48 
,54 
81 
33 


69 




vn 




71 


Parmer 


V2 
73 
74 


Pecos 


60 
34 
81 
86 

--_ 

475 
66 
14 


115 
152 
158 
115 

75" 
890 
116 

35 


46 
42 
63 
40 

-_. 

828 
47 
IS 












69 
55 
87 
75 

46 

436 

64 

14 





Potter 


11 


1 






2 


21 
6 


20 


76 
77 


Kandall 















13 


79 
80 


Reeves __ — _ _ 

Kefugio 


39 
1 
1 


12 


6 


5 
2 
6 


51 
2 

1 



GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY OOUNTIES-Continued. 



81 



TEXAS— Continued. 





HOHSES. 




MTTLES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 


— 


All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and oyer. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 

under 2 

years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 

sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

oyer. 


Earns 

and 
wethers 
lyear 

and 
over. 




1,965 


35 


20 


1,910 


271 


8 


8 


255 


6 










2,876 


3 


1 










2 


282 
732 
319 

181 

1,735 

16 

348 

216 

59 
140 
988 
1,810 
196 

159 

1,316 

257 


5 
8 
5 

6 

29 


6 
2 
1 

1 
16 


271 
722 
313 

174 

1,690 

16 

336 

202 

59 
133 
962 
1,757 
190 

154 

1,283 

240 


36 
115 
27 

38 
224 


2 
2 
2 




31 
112 
25 

36 
214 


1 

1 

1 

14 
15 










302 

1,276 

391 

14 
2,727 




1 


1 




1 




7 
2 


4 






<=, 


2 
4 










6 


6 


2 




1 


1 


7 


7 




S 


4 
12 


8 
2 


33 
26 

28 
40 
154 
203 
16 

10 
235 

17 


1 
1 




32 
20 

28 

40 

140 

198 

16 

10 

212 

16 


1 










136 
246 

169 

9 

274 

1,477 

137 

127 

1,718 

82 


2 

1 

26 

7 
26 

7 


q 


5 










in 


1 

158 

5 

10 

2 

5 
19 

4 










n 





7 
4 
13 
2 














T^ 


22 

10 

4 

5 
16 
13 


10 
3 


4 
2 


9 




9 




13 






14 










15 
















16 


17 
1 


12 

1 


11 


43 


15 


26 


2 


23 


17 
18 














19 

■'n 


252 
122 






262 
116 


21 
10 






21 
8 


1 


" 








73 
38 


1 




6 


1 


1 










n 
















90 


117 

73 

1,628 

685 
113 
712 
234 

102 
53 

683 
94 


5 

1 

27 




112 

72 

1,587 


24 

2 

331 






24 

2 

313 


5 
1 
8 










14 

41 

2,013 




OS 




. 














04 


14 


10 


8 


12 


1 


3 


8 


12 


25 
■'6 


21 


14 


650 
113 
691 
223 

100 
53 

665 
90 


68 
13 
73 
4 

23 
12 

98 
2 






68 
13 
72 
2 

23 
12 
89 
2 




5 


5 






463 
49 
962 
290 

196 


13 
25 


07 






14 
11 
10 

1 
2 
7 






on 


7 
6 

1 


14 
5 

1 


1 
2 




1 
2 






1 


?fl 




2 




16 


30 








31 
















3? 


10 
4 


8 


1 


8 


2 


1 


1 




1,154 
27 


1 


33 




34 




















85 


259 





1 


258 


14 






14 












346 


1 


36 
















37 


6 






6 





















1 




38 


























39 


169 

3,672 
41 
127 
306 


6 

29 

2 
4 
9 


4 
23 


159 

3,620 

39 

116 

289 


14 

376 

9 

27 

79 






14 

350 

9 

19 

77 




8 

1 


3 


5 
1 




20 

2,783 

8 

183 

356 




40 


8 


18 


25 




15 


41 






4?. 


7 
8 


2 
2 


6 












43 


4 










12 


44 












45 


133 
178 
95 
131 
131 

212 
609 
313 
256 
951 

298 






133 
161 
91 
130 
131 

204 
602 
297 
245 
910 

286 


7 
41 
29 

6 
20 

26 
110 
19 
21 
161 

39 






7 
41 
29 

6 
20 

26 

110 

19 

16 

144 

36 


3 
4 
4 
8 
5 

5 
3 
3 
9 
13 

1 










68 

66 

35 

106 




46 


8 
4 

1 


9 
















47 














28 
2 


48 
















19 
















50 


1 

5 
13 
11 
23 

8 


7 
2 
3 














30 
730 
369 

63 
1,111 

650 


2 

18 

1 


51 






9 


1 


5 


3 


.52 






53 


3 
9 


2 
8 

3 










.54 


18 
4 










4 
21 


55 










,56 












.57 


185 

55 

420 

1,511 
108 


2 
6 
5 

22 
3 


2 
2 
4 

17 


181 

47 

411 

1,472 
105 


37 

2 

198 

218 
16 





1 


36 

2 

198 

211 
16 














505 

2 

508 

1,386 
312 


1 


.58 


1 
3 

26 






.59 






1 
2 




1 




7 

16 
2 


60 


5 


2 




2 


61 






62 


















63 


532 


6 


3 


523 


53 






53 


32 


5 


4 


1 




101 


33 


64 








65 


17 

420 

910 

163 

1,238 






17 

395 

878 

156 

1,203 


3 
17 

138 
61 

143 






3 

17 
117 

60 
127 
















66 


10 

17 

6 

21 


15 

15 

1 

14 
















295 

718 

516 

1,084 


■ 11 


67 


■1 
1 
2 


20 


25 
5 


1 






i 


68 






2 
1 


69 


14 


11 






11 


70 






71 


126 

44 

144 

117 

54 
511 
68 
26 


2 


1 


125 

42 

144 

114 


40 

10 

5 

86 






40 
10 
5 
86 


37 










36 
103 


5 
16 


T?. 














73 


_ 
















74 


_- 


1 






128 










58 




75 












76 






54 

524 

67 

25 


2 

63 

8 

2 






2 

62 

8 

2 
















77 


12 

1 


5 

1 




1 


4 
7 
1 










869 
29 
5 


300 


78 










j 


79 








1 


1 




80 



2073- 



82 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INCLOSURES, 
TEXAS— Continued. 



The State- 



Beaver 

Boxelder . 

Cache 

Carbon 

Davis 



Emery __, 
Garfield- 

Grand 

Iron 

Juab 



Kane — 
Millard . 
Morgan . 

Piute 

Rich 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 








All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and under 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 

OOVirS 2 

years and 
over. 






22 
678 
369 
196 
251 

6 

7 

50 

62 

113 

2 
79 
104 
216 

1 

894 
56 


62 

1,056 

595 

439 

600 

15 
17 

119 
86 

206 


25 
369 
186 
189 
198 

3 
8 
35 
27 
86 


1 
37 
7 
6 
28 

3 








6 

56 
36 
20 
57 

2 
2 
7 
14 
4 


25 
539 
312 
224 
293 

7 

5 

67 

33 

114 


5 
32 
39 


o 




16 
5 


3 

2 


4 
8 


■^ 


Rockwall 


ij 






Rusk 


8 


7 


9 












7 






2 
3 






8 






7 
7 
2 










3 




2 


in 


San Saba 




















223 

166 

487 

2 

1,438 
140 


94 

74 

153 

1 

439 
43 


3 
4 
26 


1 






10 


113 

84 

229 

1 

793 
73 


2 
4 
3 


IS 


Shackelford 






14 


Shelby 


5 


17 


14 


40 






Ifi 


Smith 


64 
12 


13 

2 


9 
3 


14 


93 

1 


13 
6 


17 




IS 


Starr 




IP 




72 
15 


164 
46 


73 
15 


1 
2 


1 




1 


2 
5 


86 
18 




'n 




2 


4 


01 








w 




87 


113 


53 












60 




'n 
















94 




2,699 
513 


2,202 
874 


563 
358 


32 
16 


.4 

7 


1 
5 


8 
3 


105 
14 


1,482 
471 


7 


•>'\ 


Taylor 


'fi 


Terry 




97 




i 

239 

670 

2,129 

204 
216 
166 




















''R 


Titus 


435 

649 

1,603 

591 
612 
437 


171 
221 
389 

201 
187 
147 


12 
11 
55 

30 
56 
26 


2 




5 
6 
7 

9 

12 

5 


38 
17 
34 

84 
37 
25 


182 

384 

1,087 

247 
231 
200 


25 
10 
7 

7 
57 
17 


91 




1 
4 

2 
22 
11 


sn 


Travis- 


20 

11 

10 

6 


31 


Trinity _ 


<Y> 


Tyler 


RB 




34 




3fl 


Uvalde __ 


163 

195 
440 
556 
153 
281 

33 

720 

438 

200 

1 

407 

292 

1,566 

160 


208 

142 
884 
674 
277 
551 

56 
845 
142 
418 


79 

48 
304 
182 

75 
220 

20 
295 

38 
136 


2 






3 

2 
2 




124 

68 
423 
S58 
185 
288 

29 
487 

99 
221 




3R 


Valverde 




4 

8 
2 


12 

81 

1 

4 

7 

7 
20 

3 
27 


8 


37 




60 
29 
11 
29 


6 
2 
1 
1 


38 


Victoria:. 


39 


"Walker 


1 


6 


40 


Waller 




41 


"Ward 






49 




24 

1 

20 


4 


2 


7 


6 
1 
2 


43 


Webb — - — - 


44 




7 


1 


4 


4S 


Wheeler 


4fi 


Wichita _ 


561 

577 

2,525 

268 


210 
225 
895 
84 


15 

6 
65 


4 


3 


3 

3 

14 


11 
38 
118 
27 


291 

301 

1,327 

153 


24 
4 

89 
4 


47 




48 


Williamson 


13 


4 


49 


Wilson 


50 


Winkler 










M 


Wise 


727 
239 


1,176 
623 


400 
180 


41 

74 


4 
10 


2 
4 


1 
5 


43 
59 


639 

279 


46 

12 


59 


Wood 


53 


Yoakum 


M 


Young _ 


174 
41 
17 


406 

80 

9 


162 


4 








23 


217 





55 
66 


Zapata 


8 


6 
3 


1 


65 
3 


















UTAH. 



Salt Lake- 
San Juan- 
Sanpete 

Sevier 



96 
435 
897 

94 
170 

128 



87 
458 

31 

149 

22 

17 



2,849 



12, 481 



179 

775 

1,521 

60 

182 

449 
79 



203 
500 

171 
307 
40 
23 



2,154 



2,500 

52 

188 

339 

4 

17 

96 
23 



83 
129 



210 



334 

23 
15 
33 



64 



66 



676 

5 
34 
74 



62 



8,312 



611 

1,056 

53 

137 

147 
41 



111 
343 

49 

196 

28 

15 



1,861 



430 



26 
4 
1 
5 

107 



41 



404 
243 



705 
325 



156 
80 



469 
225 



GENERAL TABLES. 



83 



NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1900, BY COUNTIES-Continued. 

TEXAS— Continued. 





HOESES. 




MULES. 


Assra. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 


Rams 

and 

wethers 

lyear 

and 
over. 




52 
608 
459 
276 
292 

8 

7 

43 

104 

232 

22 

156 

153 

185 

2 

935 
71 


3 
15 
4 
6 
9 




49 
.571 
441 
269 
277 

8 
7 

40 

99 

231 

22 

148 

152 

182 

2 

904 
71 


10 
160 
86 
27 
44 

1 
2 
1 
8 
30 






10 
160 
77 
14 
44 

1 
2 












15 

1,011 

1,023 

117 

469 

26 


8 
2 
S 


1 


22 

14 

1 

6 






2 
4 
2 
9 










■> 


9 
13 












■! 












4 












1 


5 














fi 






















7 


2 
1 
1 


1 
4 


1 




1 
6 










118 
27 
45 




8 




8 
30 












q 
















in 




















11 


2 


6 

1 

1 


47 
36 
58 




6 


41 
36 
52 


2 










48 

71 

383 




T> 














IS 


2 


3 


3 


3 










8 


14 










15 


15 


16 


122 
22 


2 

1 


4 


116 
21 


6 


1 






1 


735 
150 


1 


16 






17 




















IS 


86 
55 


1 
3 


2 

1 


83 
51 


19 






19 












116 
3 




19 


















■"O 






















V 


194 


2 


4 


188 


46 






46 


2 










56 


S 


on 














''3 


3,701 
690 


48 
10 


30 
9 


3,623 
671 


205 
37 


6 
1 


4 
3 


195 
33 


4 
8 


7 

1 




6 

1 


1 


881 
197 


10 


?4 




?5 








9fi 


2 

224 

1,211 

2,867 

176 
193 
166 






2 

220 

1,176 

2,826 

161 
185 
161 


4 

34 

173 

269 

12 
65 
58 






4 

33 

166 

269 

11 
56 
57 












2 

557 

82 

691 

572 
519 
429 




07 


2 
26 
80 

9 

5 
4 


2 

9 

11 

6 
3 

1 


1 
1 




4 
21 
22 

1 












•>K 


6 










10 
5 

23 
8 


?9 


3 

5 
3 


2 


1 

4 
3 




30 


1 
1 




1 


31 


8 
1 




3'' 








33 
















34 


140 

311 

460 
750 
201 
358 

54 
910 
434 
312 

12 

671 

376 

1,983 

247 


3 

11 
3 
9 
3 
6 

6 
14 
1 
5 


2 

1 

7 
14 
3 
8 

3 

6 


135 

299 
450 
727 
195 
344 

45 
890 
433 
299 

12 

651 

363 

1,918 

242 


.58 

33 
46 
80 
38 
32 

12 

94 

106 

39 






58 

33 
41 

80 
38 
32 

12 

90 

106 

36 


16 

24 
6 

26 

7 


2 
8 






2 


30 

87 

1,107 

475 

12 
200 

38 
615 
106 
211 


2 
15 


35 






1 


7 


36 


3 


2 




37 










8 


38 














St 














1 

25 
2 

20 
4 


40 






15 

5 

60 


2 
3 

8 


2 






41 


1 


3 




3 

1 


4? 


7 




43 


8 


1 


2 




44 












45 


16 
8 

44 
4 


4 
5 

21 
1 


55 
44 
301 
26 


3 
1 
5 




52 

42 

289 

26 


11 
5 

30 
4 


9 


3 


1 


5 


113 

468 

1,891 

213 




46 


1 

7 




47 


11 


3 


4 


4 


8 


48 
49 
















.5(1 


916 
297 


21 
4 


13 
4 


882 
289 


109 
68 


3 

1 


5 

2 


101 
65 


5 
5 










1,196 
590 




51 










7 


.52 










.53 


304 
87 
38 


4 
6 


9 
8 

1 


291 
73 
37 


30 
9 
6 






30 
9 
6 












191 
22 
14 


10 
58 
16 


54 






6 

2 


2 






2 


55 










56 



















rrTAH. 



12,146 


257 


250 


11, 639 


122 


9 


9 


104 


39 


2,920 


440 


2,272 


208 


5,680 


36 


57 


172 
557 
863 
230 
211 

398 
62 


3 

15 

18 


2 

4 

24 


167 
538 
821 
230 
197 

320 
60 


T 
11 
4 






7 
4 
4 


19 


7 

97 

149 




5 
41 
75 


2 
13 
1 


58 
370 
731 

30 
166 

249 
49 


1 


5S 


7 




43 
73 


50 




1 




6(1 








61 


12 

43 
2 


2 
35 










2 
1 


49 

31 
1 


31 

25 

1 


18 
6 






6"^ 


4 




1 


3 




7 


63 






64 




















65 


128 
513 

94 

164 

23 

35 






128 
487 

80 
153 
20 
34 




















117 
299 

21 

227 

21 




Rfi 


16 

8 
10 
1 


10 

6 
1 
2 
1 


24 


1 




23 


8 


76 

1 
17 
2 


19 

1 

8 
2 


7 


50 




67 






fiS 


4 


1 


2 


1 




8 


1 




m 






7(1 


















71 



























T> 


3,621 


27 


14 


3,580 


19 






19 


3 


106 


93 


12 


1 


455 


8 


7S 






74 


374 
SU4 


5 
9 


29 
9 


340 

286 


il 






2 
2 




69 
143 


46 
10 


18 
8 


5 

:i25 


509 
192 


1 


75 






1 















84 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.-NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURlES, 

TJTAH— Continued. 



- 


COUNTIES. 


Number 
of inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 








All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

under 1 

year. 


Steers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Steers 2 

and imder 

3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Heifers 1 

and under 

2 years. 


Dairy 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


Other 
cows 2 

years and 

■ over. 


1 




266 

240 

44 

1,369 

25 

179 

14 

1,199 


245 

204 

45 

2,188 

56 

912 

19 

1,144 


41 

38 

8 

492 

13 

209 

6 

176 


9 
10 

6 
33 

7 
78 

1 
12 


3 

7 






10 
11 
4 
83 

3 

186 


178 

124 

24 

1,483 

27 
227 

12 
896 


i 

7 

3 

70 

6 
134 




7 






3 
4 




Utah 


12 


7 


8 


5 




"Washington 


46 


10 


28 


7 




Weber 


6 




2 


37 


16 








TBEMOSTT. 










q 


The State - 


14,575 


8,313 


826 


138 


92 


120 


81 


645 


6,326 


136 






in 


990 
1,172 
1,014 
1,332 

414 

1,292 
157 
573 
779 
896 

2,256 

1,464 

930 

1,306 


698 
767 
670 
370 
277 

922 
184 
407 
463 
582 

1,215 
761 
519 
728 


55 
110 
33 
45 
20 

94 
17 
46 
33 
.47 

167 
39 
60 
59 


5 
10 
17 
4 
4 

6 


40 


22 
4 




32 
88 
21 
25 
11 

156 

19 

7 

68 

68 

92 
70 
21 
22 


440 
608 
478 
288 
227 

646 
98 
842 
346 
423 

862 
584 
858 
626 


4 
2 

10 
4 

11 

10 


11 






T' 




5 

1 


6 
2 
4 

6 


IS 


Chittenden 


1 


11 




It 




4 




1fi 










9 
6 
16 

22 

8 

19 

13 


3 








18 


Orange 






11 
13 


It 


Orleans 


6 

21 
8 
4 


4 

48 
4 

31 
6 


5 

3 
3 

2 


''(1 




''1 


Washington 


45 
24 
2 


n 




•Xl, 


Windsor 










VIBGISriA. 


?4 


The State 


88,240 


27, 979 


4,481 


798 


442 


887 


114 


948 


19,762 


557 




Accomac 


'fi 


734 
500 
318 
571 
73 

203 

89 

1,060 

71 

298 

31 
230 

59 

3 

168 

408 
105 
44 


836 
387 

76 
673 

48 

242 

86 

1,088 

148 

211 

48 
372 

34 

2 

194 

826 
93 
57 


142 

37 

3 

114 

1 

50 
4 
132 
64 
36 

10 

123 

1 


46 
2 
2 

34 


45 


■68 


11 


62 
11 

3 
10 

3 

7 
2 
29 
2 
4- 


319 
288 

68 
513 

33 

155 
30 

818 
81 

169 

35 
213 

19 

1 

110 

408 
75 
89 


143 
4 


?<i 




W 


Alexandria _ - _ 








''S 


Allegrhany 


1 
1 




1 
1 




?,fl 




5 

1 


4 


Rn 


Amherst- .._ - _ 


29 


31 


Appomattox _ _ 









m 


AugTista 


57 


60 


2 




33 


Bath 




1 
2 


34 


Bedford 


8 

3 
8 




2 




35 


Bland 






36 


Botetourt 


1 


1 
4 




1 
2 
1 
7 

19 
3 




37 




6 


2 


38 








39 


Buckingham _ 


40 

168 
15 
10 


11 

100 


14 
63 


10 
61 


2 
1 




4(1 


Campbell - 


16 


41 


Caroline „ 


49. 


Carroll — 


8 




8 




2 


43 


Charles City 








44 


Charlotte - 


267 

800 

340 

2 

217 

35 

3 

115 

645 

78 

642 

748 
40 
129 
116 
383 

45 
62 
22 
15 
127 

55 
325 

27 

1,129 

624 


166 

576 
169 


19 

32 
3 


1 
7 


1 

1 


14 
17 


3 
2 


9 

• 
70 
4 


119 

447 
162' 




4fi 


Chesterfield 




46 


Clarke _ _ 





47 


Craig 













48 


Culpeper 


136 
34 

3 

67 
292 

70 
425 

675 
33 
126 
143 
294 

63 
89 
26 
18 
89 

47 
266 

15 
935 
337 


17 
6 

1 
9 

19 
9 

35 

93 
5 
20 
28 
19 

11 

19 

2 

3 

20 

12 

43 

1 

100 

59 













.... 

18 

2 
46 

247 
57 

342 

616 
28 
78 
104 
261 

49 
48 
17 
7 
69 

34 

206 

7 

508 

265 




49 


Cumberland 


1 




8 




1 




50 


Dickenson 








M 


Dinwiddie 




1 
2 


3 

7 
1 

1 

26 




4 

9 

1 

34 

20 


4 
5 


5? 


Elizabeth City 


1 


2 
2 
4 

1 


S3 


Essex - 


■vl 




5 
9 


4 
9 







Fauquier 


5=) 


1 


66 


Floyd 


b'/ 


Fluvanna 

Franklin 


10 
6 
10 


6 
1 


6 
8 




7 


1 
1 






S9 


Frederick __ .._ 


60 


Giles - 








B 

5 
4 




62 
63 


Goochland 

Grayson 


2 
2 




3 
3 




12 


64 
65 


Greene. __ .. — 

Greenesville — 














1 
2 


66 
67 


Hanover 


6 


2 


3 


1 
2 
4 
2 


6 

3 

21 

2 


69 


Henry 


6 
9 




283 


13 













GENERAL TABLES. 

NOT ON FARMS OR RANGES, JUNE 1, 1800, BY COUNTIES— Continued. 



85 



ITTAH— Continued. 



HORSES. 


MULES. 


ASSES. 


SHEEP. 


SWINE. 


GOATS. 




All horses. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and over. 


All 
mules. 


Colts 

under 1 

year. 


Colts 1 

and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
over. 


All 
sheep. 


Lambs 

under 1 

year. 


Ewes 

lyear 

and 

over. 


Bams 
and 
wetheiB 
lyear 
and 
over. 




510 

■464 

175 

1,474 

47 

335 

27 

1,365 


8 
12 

7 
35 

2 

9 


12 
9 
3 

39 

1 
33 

1 
13 


490 

443 

165 

1,400 

44 

293 

26 

1,337 


6 
10 






6 
10 




6 
i 


6 
3 






18 

129 

34 

1,455 

21 
135 

21 
383 


15 


1 






1 
1 


1 




9. 










3 


15 




1 


14 


130 

7 
2,000 


59 


65 

7 
2,000 


6 




4 








5 


1 
1 
12 






1 
1 

7 










6 














7 


15 




5 


2 


25 


20 


1 


4 


4 


8 







VEKMONT. 



20,344 


123 


133 


20,088 


31 




6 


25 


5 


942 


328 


572 


42 


5,359 


49 


() 






1,298 
1,497 
1,395 
2,102 
545 

1,510 

140 

787 

1,022 

1,280 

2,945 
2,185 
1,687 
1,951 


9 

14 

10 

8 

6 

9 

6 

4 

8 

12 

13 

10 

6 

9 


13 
11 

3 
13 

6 

13 
7 
8 
2 
9 

29 
9 
3 
7 


1,276 
1,472 
1,382 
2,081 
533 

1,488 

128 

775 

1,012 

1,259 

2,903 
2,166 
1,678 
1,935 


2 
1 

2 
6 

1 






I 




172 
39 

157 
2 
31 

1 


51 

6 

64 

1 
6 


96 
33 
92 
1 
25 

1 


25 


392 
478 
364 
248 
202 

375 
43 
261 
314 
329 

881 
635 
333 
604 




Ifl 








4 


11 








1 


T 






2 
6 

1 






IS 












Id 










3 


15 












16 


6 




6 






4 
142 
114 

109 
31 
99 
41 


1 
61 
41 

43 

3 

39 

12 


3 

81 
71 

63 
23 
59 
24 




27 

1 
1 

8 
3 
2 


17 






3 




18 


8 
1 






8 

1 


2 

3 

5 
1 
6 


19 






1 


''0 






■>! 


4 






i 




w 






1 


OS 















viEGnsriA. 



27,741 


398 


378 


26,965 


3,072 


58 


59 


2, 965 


209 


2,662 


928 


1,417 


317 


51,455 


1,005 


24 


742 

. 296 

332 

286 

38 

96 
53 
792 
117 
150 

31 
120 

56 

1 

115 

425 
61 
22 


45 

7 


37 
8 
3 


660 
281 
329 
284 
34 

83 

51 

771 

114 

147 

31 
115 

56 

1 

109 

406 
60 
22 


56 
18 
56 
65 
1 

4 
18 
26 
10 






66 
17 
56 
64 

1 

4 
18 
26 
10 


4 


758 
10 


113 
4 


472 
5 


173 
1 


1,663 
886 
395 
583 
115 

339 

54 

2,351 

170 

420 

72 
508 

77 

3 

238 

934 
180 
124 


4 

1 
3 


?6 




1 


'6 






?7 


2 
3 

3 

1 

16 

1 

3 


1 






20 


11 


9 




■>« 


1 

10 
1 
5 
2 








2 


oq 
















SO 
















3 


SI 






2 


146 


51 


95 




3'> 










S3 
















5 


S4 


6 

5 


2 


2 

1 


2 
4 




4 




3 


1 


35 


1 


4 






S6 






1 




1 




5 


37 




















38 


4 

14 

1 


2 
6 


28 

84 
2 
2 






28 

83 
2 
2 














39 


1 






200 


69 


116 


15 




40 






1 


41 








9 


7 


1 


4 


2 


42 












43 


128 

519 
281 




1 

3 
4 


127 

513 

275 


22 
213 






22 
210 




15 


5 


9 


1 


417 

1,290 

597 

3 

416 

56 

9 

179 

1,671 

166 

779 

1,468 
44 
268 
268 
753 

68 

145 

20 

10 

386 

48 

588 

11 

2,434 

737 


6 


44 


3 

2 




3 




45 














46 























47 


147 
29 

3 

71 
570 

58 
B58 

695 
31 
65 
77 

800 

45 
66 
12 
4 
81 

99 
230 

21 
676 
224 


7 


2 


138 
29 

3 
71 

568 
56 

546 

662 
31 
62 
77 

289 

45 
56 
12 
4 
31 

99 

221 

21 

670 
223 


3 
11 


1 


_- 


2 
10 

71 


1 












2 


48 
49 




















50 
61 


2 
1 
8 

15 


-- 
4 
18 


29 

1 

15 

8 






29 
1 
6 

8 


1 











22 


52 
6S 


7 


2 


34 

75 
10 


7 

20 
6 


27 

63 
4 


2 


3 

9 
1 
1 


6i 


1 


55 






56 


2 


1 


12 
1 
4 

2 

10 

3 

1 
2 

16 
14 

7 

165 

17 


3 

1 




9 


2 


:::::::::: 





_ 


:::::::::: 


b'l 
58 


4 


7 







4 

2 
10 
3 




19 


8 


10 


1 




69 
60 


4 


6 





1 


-- 











1 


bl 

62 
63 









2 


16 
14 

16l 
14 













1 

2 

1 

1 

102 

1 


64 

65 


2 


7 






6 

1 

13 


10 

8 

313 

13 


3 
3 

262 
2 


4 
5 
45 
11 


3 


66 






67 


1 
1 


6 


1 


3 
3 


6 


68 
69 



86 



STATISTICS OF AGRICULTURE. 



Table 3.— NUMBER OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN BARNS AND INOLOSURES, 

VIRGINIA— Continued. 





COUNTIES. 


Number 
of Inclosures 
reporting 
domestic 
animals. 


NEAT CATTLE. 




All neat 
cattle. 


Calves 

imder 1 

year. 


Steers 1 Steers 2 

and under and under 

2 years. 3 years. 


Steers 3 

years and 

over. 


Bulls 1 

year and 

over. 


Helfeisl D^2 
and under „f°Yt„^ 
2 years. ^^^^ ^^^ 
' over. 


Other 

cows 2 

years and 

over. 


1 


Highland _ 


134 
101 
1 
14 
35 

80 
132 

20 
972 

16 

30 

38 

8 

361 

47 

338 

684 

325 

11 

1,190 

343 
63 
222 
141 
593 

16 
358 

77 

269 

4 


180 
42 
1 
14 
16 

98 
280 

18 
838 

13 

55 

25 

4 

455 

15 

375 
768 
443 
6 
484 

202 

13 

146 

154 

478 

17 
215 

50 
141 


48 
6 


1 


4 


2 


1 


4 
1 


119 

32 

1 

4 

12 

71 
174 

13 

675 

9 

22 

21 

2 

170 

11 

287 
225 
265 
6 
286 

150 
11 
122 
127 
363 

11 
172 

34 
134 


1 
3 


2 


Isle of Wight 


■6 


James City.. . ._ 










4 


King and Queen _. 








10 









b 


King George 


3 

11 

90 
4 

71 
4 

13 

1 

2 

117 

2 

64 
121 

147 








1 
10 




6 


King WilUam.- 


5 








1 


V 


Lancaster _. 




16 




8 


Lee 








1 
45 





» 


Loudoun _ _. 


21 


8 


13 


5 





10 


Louisa _ 





11 


Lunenburg 


7 


1 


8 




2 


2 
3 


li 


Madison 




13 


Mathews 












14 


Mecklenburg . 


47 


41 


37 


6 


24 
2 

11 

86 
13 


13 


15 


Middlesex 


16 


Montgomery .._ 


8 
64 
7 




4 

50 

9 




1 
125 

1 


IV 


Nansemond . 


72 


25 

1 


18 


Nelson __ 


19 


New Kent 




21 


Norfolk .. 

Northampton _. 


75 

34 

1 
11 

19 
77 

6 

25 

6 

5 


13 


11 


25 
3 


3 
4 


21 

7 
1 
4 
8 
12 


50 
4 


22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

07 


Northumberland 







Orange 


1 


i 


6 




1 


Patrick . • 


i 


1 




2 


15 


28 
29 
30 


Powhatan 

Prince Edward ._ 

Prince George .. 




1 


6 


.. 


4 
1 
2 




31 

32 


Princess Anne 

Prince William 


_-.. 


.__ 


1 


__ 


._ 









" 


34 
35 


Rappahannock 

Richmond .. 


728 

236 

91 

753 
766 
881 
127 
97 

725 

304 

130 

7 

115 

74 
421 
389 
260 

575 
104 
333 
838 
26 

187 
330 
232 
221 
601 

304 
350 
203 
234 
449 

626 
156 
228 
1,162 
884 

196 
294 
137 


680 
214 
86 

792 
1,041 
590 
170 
147 

483 

299 

160 

3 

91 

55 

470 

349 

126 

647 
61 
595 
668 
26 

38 
259 
258 
191 
506 

110 
291 
150 
85 
146 

261 
81 
378 
290 
704 

148 
111 
104 


93 
34 
6 

117 
296 

54 

83 

28 

81 
50 
44 

1 

15 
7 
91 
61 
24 

126 

14 
149 
184 

10 

3 

50 
44 
21 
46 

5 

7 
10 

9 
16 

17 

9 

125 

11 

36 

11 

5 . 
18 


5 
18 


2 

3 
37 
22 


11 

20 

6 
27 

14 





12 
1 
4 

23 
33 
20 
2 
4 

16 
2 
9 


559 
159 
54 

622 
619 
457 
111 
109 

356 

210 

82 

2 


._ 


36 


Roanoke 


16 
22 
10 
17 
3 

20 
4 
12 

5 




. 5 


37 


Rockbridge 


7 


38 




39 
40 

41 


Russell 


13 

7 

4 




Shenandoah ... 


5 


2 


1 
1 


42 
43 
44 


Smyth 


3 
10 

7 
5 


Spottsylvania _. 


1 


1 


1 


45 


Stafford 

Surry .. 


46 


1 


6 


52 

38 

356 

255 

93 

479 

37 

398 

447 

13 

33 


5 
3 


47 




2 


48 


Tazewell 


15 
11 
2 

15 

1 

8 

10 


50 




3 
2 

3 
3 

5 
11 


8 
3 

13 

1 
15 




7 

1 

10 

2 
19 
16 


4 
1 




Washington. _ 

Westmoreland .. ._ 




51 

52 


1 
8 


53 


Wise 




54 


Wythe 


1 


55 


York 





56 
67 
58 


Alexandria city 

Bristol city- . ..^. ._ 


r 







1 


2 


2 


59 
60 


Charlottesville city . 

Danville city 

Fredericksburg city 

Lynchbtirg city 


2 
8 


1 . 


1 . 


1 
2 


2 

4 

14 

1 
4