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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
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NUMBER AND DISTRIBUTION OF INHABITANTS 



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POPULATION: 

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Vol|«n9 n.— GtNatAL RHPORT A1|D ANALYTlOlfL T^LB3l 

7dumt 1|L— OoMPOsrnoH and GHARAcrtBisrlcs or ths PopuLAjhoi^ by frATKs.' 
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AGRICULTURE: 

Volume v.— General Report iup AtrALtnCAL .Tabus. 

Volume VL— Reports fob States, wmt Statistics fob Counties. 

Volume Vn.— Irrigation and Drainage— General Report and Analytical Tables, 
AND Reports for States, with Statistics for Counties. 
MANUFACTURES: 

Volume vm.— General Report and Analytical Tables. 

VolnsiA IX.— Reports for States, with Statistics ior Princ»vu. Crma. 

Volume X.— Reports for Selected Industries. 



MINING: 

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XL— Mines and Quarries— General Report and Analytical Tables, 
AND Reports for States and Selected Industries. 



ABSTRACT OF THE FOURTEENTH CENSUS. 



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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



Department of Cohmbbce, 

Bureau of the Census, 
"^asUngUm, D. C, March 28, 1921. 

I transmit herewith Volume I of the Reports of the Fourteenth Decennial Census, which presents statistics 
showing the niunber and distribution of the population of the United States by states, counties, incorporated 
places, and other minor civil divisions. 
Respectfully, 

Sam. L. Rogers, 

Director of the Census. 
Hon. Herbert Hoover, 

Secretary of Commerce. 

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CONTENTS. 



INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF RESULTS. 



INTBODTTCnON. 

Page. 

Scope and character of population rqwrtB 9 

General deecription of reports 9 

Statistics by geographic divisions 9 

Statistics for urban and rural communitiee 9 

Comparative and derivative figures 9 

Introductory and explanatory text 9 

Maps and diagrams 10 

General provisions of the Fourteenth Census Act 10 

Area of enumeration 10 

Date of enumeration '. 11 

Enumeration at usual place of abode 12 

SXnoCAST OF SBSTTI.T8. 

Population of the United States and of its outiying poesesaions . . 13 

Population by divisions and states 15 

Distribution of the population and rank of states and 

divisions 15 

Growth of population ,16 

Area and density of population 24 

Area 24 

United States as a whole 24 

Divisions and states 24 

Population per square mile; 28 

United States as a whole 28 

Divisions and states 28 

Acres per inhabitant 31 

United States as a whole 31 

IMvisions and states 31 

Center of population and median lines 32 

Center of population: 1920 .' 34 

Location of tiie ceaxUt at prior censuses 34 



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Center of population and median linee— Continued. 

Center of area 37 

■ Hediantinee i 37 

Hedian point 37 

Population of counties 38 

Urban and rural population 43 

Definition of terms 43 

Proportions urban and rural 43 

United States as a whole , 43 

Divisions and states ....» 44 

States and counties 45 

Communities dassified accoiding to size 50 

United States as a whole SO 

DivisioDs and etates .., SI 

Proportion of urtws popvlation living ia each cUm 

of urban places ^ 96 

Increase in urban and tnal population : . . > . 57 

United States as a whole 57 

Divisions and states 58 

Cities and their suburbs 62 

Method of defining districts 62 

Metropolitan districts 62 

Cities of 100,000 to tOO.OOO inhabitants and their adjacent 

territory 71 

Population of individual cities 76 

Cities of 250,000 inhabitants or more 76 

Cities of 100,000 inhabitants or more 76 

Cities of 25,000 inhabitants or more 77 

Population of minor civil divisions 86 

Outiying poasessions 87 



SUMMARY TABLES. 

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Tablb 1. — ^Population of the ITnited States and outiying possessions: 1920andl910 13 

Table 2. — Population of the United States, exclusive of outlyiz^ pceseKionB: 1790-1920 14 

Table 3. — Increase within area enumerated at preceding census: 1800-1920 15 

Table 4. — Per cent distribution of popuUtion, by sections and divisions: 189O-~1920, and 1850 16 

Table 5. — Rank of states according to population : 1920, 1910, and 1900 16 

Table 6. — Increase in population, for two decades, by divisions and states, ranked according to rate of giowthirom 1010 to 1980. . . 17 

Table 7.— Per cent distribution of total population and of increase, by sections and divisions: 1910-1920, 1900-1910, aad 1850-1020. . 18 

Table 8. — Population of the United States, by divisions and states, with rank according to population: 1790-1920 20 

Table 9. — Increase in population of the United States, by diviaioBa and states: 1790-1920 22 

Table 10.— Accessions of territory : 1790 to 1920 .• 21 

Table 11. — ^Area of the United States and outiying possessions: 1790-1920 24 

Table 12. — Land and water area of states, according to rank in graes area: 1920 26 

Table 13. — Gross area, by sections and divisions: 1920 2S 

Table 14. — Land area of the United States in square miles, by states and tenitories: 1790-1920 28 

Table 15. — Population per square mile, for the United States exclusive of outlying poaseesioits: 1790-1920 28 

Table 16. — Population per square mile, by divisions and states: 1920,1910, and 1900 SB 

Table 17. — ^Population per square mile, for states in order of rank: 1920 - 28 

Table 18. — Population per square mile, by states: 1790-1920 , 81 

Table 19.— Number of acres per inhabitant, by divisions and states: 1920, 1910, and 1900 S2 

Table 20. — Position of the center of population : 1790-1920 M 

Table 21.— Median lines: 1880-1920 SI 

Table 22. — Land area of counties and combinations of counties showing decreases in population since 1910, by sections and divisions: 

1920 38 

Table 23. — Land area of counties and combinations of counties showing decreases in peculation since 1910, by dirialaBs and states: 

1920 39 

Table 24. — Percentage of increase for combined counties: 1910-1920 90 

Table 25. — Number of counties classified according to rate of increase of population from 1910 to 1920, by divialena arrd states . . 42 

Table 26.— Urban and rural population of the United States: 1880-1920, ; . 43 

Table 27.— Population in places of 8,000 inhabitants or more: 1790-1920 43 

Table 28. — Urban and ruial population, by sections and divicJooB: 1980 44 

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6 CONTENTS. 

SUMMARY TABLES— Continued. 

Table 29. — ^Density of nml population, by divioions : 1920 44 

Tablb 90. — Urban and rural population, by divisions and statee: 1890-1920 46 

Table 31. — Distribution of population in groups of dties classified according to size, and in rural territory: 1890-1920 50 

Table 32. — ^Number and populaticHi <rf places of each specified size: 1890-1920 51 

Table 33. — ^Per cent of population in urban places of specified sizes and in rural districts, by sections and divisions: 1920 51 

Table 34.— Number and population of urban places of specified sizes, and population of rural districts, by sections and divisions: 

1920 52 

Table 36. — Number and aggregate population of turban places of specified sizes, and population of rural districts, by divisions and 

states: 1896-1920 63 

Table 36. — ^Distribution of urban population in groups of cities classified according to size: 1890-1920 66 

Table 37. — Population of urban and rural territory as constituted in 1920, with increase, by geographic sections: 1920 and 1910 67 

Table 38. — ^Population of ivban classes and of rural territory as constituted in 1920, with increase: 1920 and 1910 58 

Table 39. — ^Population of urban classes and of rural territory as constituted in 1920, with per cent of increase, by divisions and 

states: 1920 and 1910 60 

Table M. — ^Area and population of central city, metropolitan district, and adjacent territory, for cities of 200,000 inhabitants or 

more: 1920 and 1910. 63 

Civil divisions oomfwiaed within metropolitan district and adjacent territory of each central city 66 

Table 41.— Area and population of central city and of adjacent territory, for cities of 100,000 to 200,000 inhabitants: 1920 and 1910. 72 

Civil divisions comprised within adjacent territory of each central city 73 

Table 42. — Total area and population (rf cential dtiee and of adjacent territory: 1920and 1910. 75 

Table 43.— Population, rank, and decennial increase for cities having, in 1920, 250,000 inhabitants or more: 1890-1920 76 

Table 44. — Number of cities having 25,000 inhabitants or more in 1920, grouped according to rato of increase 77 

Table 45. — Cities having 25, 000 inhabitants or more in 1920 which increased in population more than 100 per cent between 1910 and 1920. 77 

Table 46.— Population of dties having, in 1920, 100,000 inhabitants or more, 1790-1920, and decennial increase, 1830-1920 78 

Table 47. — Largest 60 dties at each census from 1860 to 1920, arranged in order of rank 80 

Table 48.— Population of dties having, in 1920, 25,000 inhabitants or more, 1850-1920, and decennial increase, 1900-1920 82 

DETAILED TABLES. 

Table 49.— Area and population of coimtieeor equivalent divisions: 1850-1920 93 

Notes regarding changes in county boundaries, etc .*.... 130 

Table 60.— -Urban and rural population of counties: 1920, 1910, and 1900 150 

Table 61. — Population of incorporated places, 1920, 1910, and 1900, and population of wards of incorporated places having 5,000 

inhabitants or more, 1920 .' 178 

Table 62. — Population of cities and other incorporated places having, in 1920, 2,600 inhabitants or more, arranged in groups accord- 
ing to population : 1920, 1910, and 1900 '. 320 

Group 1.— Cities and other incorporated places of 25,000 or more (287 places) 320 

Oioup 2.— Cities and other incorporated places of 10,000 to 25,000 (459 places) 321 

Group 3.— Cities and other incorporated places of 5,000 to 10,000 (721 places) 323 

Group 4.— Cities and other incorporated places of 2,500 to 5,000 (1,320 places) 326 

Table 63.— Population of counties by minor dvil divisions: 1920, 1910, and 1900 332 

Table 64. — ^Population of outlying possessions by dvil divisions: 1920 and earlier years 680 

APPENDIX. 
Form of schedule for enumeiation (rf population 693 

MAPS. 

Hap of the United States, showing accessions of territory (following) 6 

"Map of the United States, diowing geographic divisions 8 

Percentage of increase or decrease in total population, by states: 1910-1920 19 

Percentage of increase or decrease in total population, by states: 1900-1910 19 

Population per square mile, by states: 1920 30 

Population per square mile, by states: 1910 30 

Center of population, Janiuuy 1, 1920 33 

Center of population, at each census, 1790 to 1920, and median pdnt, 1880 to 1920 35 

Position of the center of area, center of jrapolation, and median lines: 1920 36 

Per cent lurban in total population, by states: 1980 48 

Per cent urban in total population, by states: 1910 48 

Percentage of increase in population of territory urban in 1920, by states: 1910-1920 59 

Percentage of increase in population of territory rural io 1920, by states: 1910-1920 69 

Population per square mile, by counties: 1920 '. 88 

Hural population per square mile, by counties: 1920 -. 89 

Per cent of increase or decrease in total population, by counties: 1910-1920 90 

DUGRAMS. 

Population per square mile: 1790-19120 28 

Population per square mile, by states: 1920 and 1910 28 

Population in places of 8,000 inhabitants or more at each census: 1790-1:920 43 

Urban and rural population: 1880-1920 44 

Per cent urban in total population, by states: 1920 and 1910 46 

Per cent urban in total population, by states: 189ft-19a0. » 49 

Population of dties having, in 1920, 100,000 inhabitants or more: 18120 and 1910 77 



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SCOPE AKD CHABACTEB OF POPXTLATION BEPOBTS. 

General description of reports. — ^At the Fovirteenth 
Census two reports pertaioing to population have been 
prepared, in bulletin form, for each state and the 
District of Columbia. These bulletins are entitled 
"Number of Inhabitants, by Counties and Minor 
Civil Divisions," and " Composition and Characteristics 
of the Population," respectively. The first bulletin 
shows the distribution of the population of the state 
by counties, incorporated places, and other civil 
divisions of counties, and siao gives figures for the 
urban and rural population of the state and of each 
county separately. The second bulletin presents 
statistics as to color or race, nativity, parentage, sex, 
age, school attendance, illiteracy, and dwellings and 
families, and, for the foreign-bom white population, 
citizenship and country of birth, for the state and for 
each of its counties and cities. The two bulletins cover 
all the principal topics of the population census for a 
given state which are to be presented for counties and 
small cities. For each state and for its principal cities, 
statistics as' to marital condition, state or territory of 
birth, year of immigration, country of birth of parents, 
mother tongue, inabihty to speak English, occupations, 
and ownership of homes will be included in the fiixal 
reports of the Fourteenth Censiis. 

This volume presents the statistics contained in the 
first series of state bulletins, together with .certain 
additional information. It thus contains all the 
Fourteenth Census statistics relative to the distribu- 
tion of the population of the United States among the 
various communities and classes of communities, but 
gives no information in regard to the distribution 
according to color or race, sex, age, nativity, etc. The 
detailed tables giving statistics as to the popuUticm of 
counties, incorporated places, and other subdivisions 
of counties, and for the urban and rural popuhition 
separately (Tables 49 to 63, inclusive), are made up 
from th^ corresponding tables in the several state 
bulletins. The various sununary tables (Tables 1 to 
48, inclusive) are derived from these detailed tables. 

The statistics as to the composition and character- 
istics of the population for the United States as a 
whole are presented in Volume III. 

Statistics by geograpUc divisions.— In addition to 
the presentation by states, this volume gives statistics 
for nine groups of states which are designated as geo*. 
graphic divisions. The states , which constitute the 
re^peiotiye divisions can be ascertained by reference to 
the map on page 8, The states within each of these 
divisions are for the ^ost part fairly honu^eneous in 
physical characteristics, as well as in the character- 



istics of their population and in theu* social and 
economic conditions, whereas each di\ision differs 
more or less sharply from most of the others m these 
respects. In forming these groups of states the lines 
have been based partly on present and partly on his- 
torical conditions. The advantage of this geographical 
order lies chiefly in the ease with which conditions in 
contiguous states can be compared. In certain cases 
these nine geographic divisions are also grouped in 
the summary tables into three great sections — the 
North, which comprises the New England, Middle 
Atlantic, East North Central, and West North Central 
divisions; the South, which comprises the South At- 
lantic, East South Central, and West South Central 
divisions; and the West, which comprises the Moun- 
tain and Pacific divisions. 

Statistics for urban and rural communities. — This 
report contains, in addition to tables giving the popu- 
lation of individual cities, a table (No. 50) presenting, 
by states and counties, the population of urban 
communities taken as a group in comparison with the 
population of rural territory. In the summary tables, 
however, the cities are grouped in several size classes, 
while the rural population is classified as residing 
either in incorporated places or in strictly rural terri- 
tory. In drawing the distinction betwe^i urban and 
rural population, all incorporated places (and all towns 
in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire) 
having 2,500 inhabitants or more are treated as 
tu'ban and the remainder of the country as rural. 

Comparative and derivative figures. — ^In most of the 
tables in this volume there are presented, in addition 
to the statistics for 1920, comparative figures for 
earlier censuses. In many cases rates of increase, 
and sometimes important averages and percentages, 
are' ^so given. Thi& full signifieance of the oensus 
figures is brought out only by comparisons between 
different censuses for the same ar«a and between 
different areas for the same census, and comparisooa 
based upon absolute numbers are usually much leaa 
instructive and less readily grasped than those based 
upon percentages and averages. 

Introdnetory and explanatory text. — Tiaa tolume 
contains very little tex|> other titan that of «o explan-^ 
atory charactw, needed to enable the reader to under- 
stand fully the meaning of the statistical tables. 
Practically no atteampt hm been made Ux analysis or 
inteipret the statistics. Such, analytical and intei^ 
pretative ^cussioiii, whiie. poss^ssittg somie value, has 
not been deemed of sufficient importaaoe to justify tho 
inevitable delay in the publication of the ceiteus reports 
which would have been entailed ^by ita preparation. 

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POPULATION. 



Kaps and diagrams. — Maps and diagrams have been 
employed in this volume for the graphic pres^t^tion 
of some of the more important facts in connection 
with the distribution of the population. For con- 
venient reference, such of these maps and diagrams as 
are based on the summary tables have been placed, 
as a rule, on the same pages, respectively, with the 
tables from which they are derived, or on the pages 
immediately preceding or following. The only maps 
based on the detailed tables are those showing, by 
counties, the rates of increase or decrease and the 
density of the population. These maps, derived from 
Tables 49 and 50, are given on pages 88-90. 

The map preceding page 7 shows in red the va- 
rious acquisitions of territory hy the United States. 
The dates given on this map refer to the years in 
which the treaties were signed, not necessarily those 
in which they were ratified. For instance, for Guam, 
the Philippine Islands, and Porto Rico, the year of 
accession is usually given as 1899, but that given on 
the map is 1898, the treaty of Paris having been 
signed December 10, 1898, although ratifications were 
not exchanged until the next year. Similarly, in the 
case of Samoa the date shown, 1899, refers to the 
year in which the treaty by which the United States 
acquired the islands was signed, although it was not 
ratified untU 1900. The dates given are those iised 
by the General. Land Office on its maps and in refer- 
ring to these acquisitions. 

It may be noted that the area of Texas when it 
was annexed to the United States was greater than 
that shown by the map, the boimdary between the 
Louisiana Purchase and the Spanish possessions in 
America having been modified by the Florida Pur- 
chase treaty of 1819. At the time of its annexation, 
Texas included, in addition to its present area, terri- 
tory now constituting parts of New Mexico, OHa- 
homa, Kansas, Colorado, and a small part of southern 
Wyoming. 

OBNEKAX PBOVI8IOKS OF XHS FOITBTEBiran 
CENSUS ACT. 

The Thirteenth Census Act, approved July 2, 1909 
pi^ovided for the Thirteenth and subsequent decennial 
censuses. The Fourteenth Census could, therefore, 
have been taken xmder the authority of that act; 
but numerous changes, mostly of a minor character, 
were deemed desirable, and accordingly an entirely 
new law entitled " An act to provide for the Fourteenth 
and subsequent decennial censuses," approved March 
3, 1919, was enacted. This act designated the three 
years b^inning on the first day of July Aext preced- 
ing each decennial census as the "decennial census 
period," and provided for an expansion, during that 
period, of the force of the permanent bureau in Wash- 
hagtaa, and for the creation of a special field force to 
collect the census data. The principal subjects cov- 



ered by the Fourteenth Census were the same as 
those provided for by the Thirteenth Census Act, 
namely, population, agriculture, manufactures, and 
mines and quarries (including oil and gas wells). In 
addition an inquiry on forestry and forest products 
was provided for, and the census of agriculture was 
broadened to include the subject of drainage and a 
more detailed inquiry regarding irrigation than had 
been made in 1910. 

ARKA OF BXnniXKATION. 

The Fourteenth Census enumeration covered the 
United States proper; the outlying possessions except 
the Philippines and the Vii^n Islands; the military, 
Red Cross, and consular services abroad; and the 
naval service abroad or in American waters but not 
on fixed station. No provision was made by the 
Fourteenth Census Act for the enumeration of the 
Philippines, a census of those islands having been 
taken by the Philippine Government as of Decem- 
ber 31, 1918, or of the Virgin Islands, for which a 
special census was taken as of November 1, 1917. 
Statistics for the outlying possessions Enumerated have 
been published in separate reports, but the tables in 
this volume, with the exception of Tables 1, 10, 11, 
and 54, relate only to the United States proper. 
Statistics for the outlying possessions have been ex- 
cluded from the remaining tables because of the 
obvious differences which exist between these pos- 
sessions and the United States proper with respect to 
the characteristics of the population and to social 
and economic conditions. 

In the Fourteenth Census Reports the term "United 
States " when used without qualification refers to the 
48 states and the District of Columbia, exclusive of 
the outlying territories and possessions. Sometimes, 
however, the United States in this sense is referred 
to as the "United States proper" or as "continental 
United States." 

The census of 1890 was the first at which a com- 
plete enumeration was made of the area now com- 
prised within the boimdaries of the 48 states and the 
District of Coliimbia. In 1880 no enimieration had 
been made of persons living in the Indian Territory 
and on Indian reservations, and at earher censuses 
large tracts of rmorganized and sparsely settled terri- 
tory were not canvassed by the enumerators. 

The census of 1790 covered the area now embraced 
in the District of Columbia and the following-named 
states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachu- 
setts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New 
Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, 
West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor- 
gia, Kentucky, and Tennessee. In that year Maine' 
was a part of Massachusetts, West Vii^ginia was a 
piart of Virginia, the District of Columbia was a part 
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Tennessee (fonn«rly a part of Norih Carolina) con- 
stituted the greater part of the TerntcMy South of the 
River Ohio. 

The area added at each census to the area of 
enumeration within the houndaries of continental 
United States may be briefly indicated as ioUkma: 

1800. — The area now conetitutiiig the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illi- 
nois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and the souUtem parts of Alahama and 
UisBiBeippi. In thart year the area now -within the states of Ulinoifi 
and WiKonain and a part o£ the present area of Michigan were inr 
eluded Ul the territory of Indiana; and three years later, when 
Ohio was admitted to the Union as a state, the remainder of the 
present area of Michigan was added to Indiana territory. The popu- 
lation shown for Indiana territorj* in 1906 was suhstantially that re- 
nffiBg withhi tbe pnseut liioits of Indiaiia, llbnois, MifhjgwB, aad 
Wisconsin. The population shown for MiasisBippi territory in 1800 
was that residing within the territory as then constituted, which 
enibraced the area now forming the southern parts of the states of 
Missdssippi and Alabama. 

1810. — The area now constituting the northern parts of Mississippi 
and Alabama and that now embraced within the fitatee of Louisiana, 
Arkansas, and Missouri. (The remainder of the Louisiana Purchase 
of 1803 was not enumerated in 1810.) The population shown for 
MiasiaBippi for 1810 included that residing within the present limits 
of Alabama. 

IStO. — No change. Florida was purchased in 1819, but was not 
enumerated in 1820. 

J&JO.— Florida. 

7£^.— Iowa territory, including the greater part of the area now 
constituting Minnesota. 

1860. — Texas, Utah, California, that part of New Mexico territory 
now constituting the state of New Mexico, with the exception of a 
email portion of the Gadsden I^lrcha8e of 1853, and that part of the 
tenitory of Oregon now constituting the states of Oregon and Wash- 
ington. The population shown for Or^:on for 1850 includes that of 
the present area of Washington. 

1860. — Dakota territory (oiganized in 1861 from the area now em- 
braced within the states of North and South Dakota and those parts 
of Montana and Wyoming lying east of the crest of the Rocky Moun- 
tains and north of the forty-third parallel), Nebraska (then includ- 
ing that part of the area now constituting Wyoming which lay south 
of the forty-third parallel and east of the Rocky Mountains), Kansas, 
Colorado, Nevada, that part of Washington territory now constitute 
ing Idaho and those portions of Montana and Wyoming lying west 
of the Rocky Moimtains, that part of New Mexico territory now con- 
stituting the state of Arisiona (including the greater portion of the 
Gadsden Purchase of 1853), and that part of the Gadsden Purchase 
which now forms the southwestern part of New Mexico. The popu- 
lation shown for Washington territory for 1860 was that residing 
within the limits of the territory as then constituted, which em- 
braced the area of the present states of Washington, Idaho, and 
western Montana and Wyoming. 

1570. — No change. 

1880.— THo change. 

1890. — Indian Territory and Oklahoma territory (later combined 
to form the state of Oklahoma) and Indian reservations. 

1900. — No change. 

1910. — No change. 

1990. — No change. 



Alaska was ftt*t included in the atte of mumiera- 
tion at a Federal decennijal censtis in. 1880, Hawaii in 
1900, Porto Rico in 1910, and American Samoa, Guam, 
and the Panama Canal Zone in 1920; but a special 
census of Porto Kico was taken in 1S99 under the di* 
rection of the War Department, and a special census of 
the Panama Canal Zone was taken id 1912 by the De- 
partment of Civil Administration of the Isthmian 
Canal Comooission. The Philippine Islands have 
never been enumerated at a decennial census, but a 
special census of the archipelago was taken in 1903 by 
the Philippine Commission, and another censtis was 
taken in 1919 (as of date December 31, 1918) by the 
Philippine Government, The only enumeration of the 
Viigin Islands thus ^ax xaa^ 'by the Unite4 State? 
was the special census of November 1, 1917. 

DATE OV ■ESXmXKh.TiaS. 

Section 20 of the Foiuleenth Census Act provided 
that the eniuneration of the population should be 
made as of January 1, 1920. The date of the Thir- 
teenth Census was April 15, 1910; at previous censuses, 
beginning with that of 1830, the date to which the 
eniuneration related was Jtme 1; and in 1790, 1800, 
1810, and 1820 the census date was the first Monday 
in August. The change to January 1 was made in 
deference to the wishes of the Department of Agri- 
culture and of the various interests making use of 
agricidtural statistics. In some respects this date 
has decided advantages over any other for the pur- 
poses of an agricultural census. The past year's 
work on all farms has been finished by January 
1, and the conung year's work has not as a rule been 
begun. Practically all farmers are occupying the 
farms which they operated during the preceding year, 
whereas a few months later many of the renters will 
have removed to other farms. Again, farm animals 
are bom in large numbers dining the spring and early 
summer but not in December or January, and there- 
fore a Uve-stock census referring to January 1 is of far 
more value than one taken several months later. 

The work of actual enumeration began on January 2, 
1920. Enumerators in cities of 2,500 inhabitants or 
more, where the work consisted mainly in the enumera- 
tion of the population, were required by the law to 
complete their canvass within two weeks from the 
date of commencement; but the enumerators in the 
smaller towns and villages and in the country districts, 
partly because of the greater area which they had to 
cover and partly because they collected data on agri- 
culture as well as on population, were allowed 30 days. 



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BiroXBBATIOK AT VaVJO* PX.AOB OF ABODB. 

For the country as a whole and for every state and 
every political subdivision within the country, the 
population enumerated is the resideTit population. 
Tlie enumerators, under the census law, were in- 
structed to enumerate persons at their " usual place of 
abode" — that is, at their permanent homes or regular 
lodging places. Hence persons were not in all cades 
counted in the places where they happened to be found 
by the enumerators, and particularly were not always 
counted in the places where they transacted their daily 
business. Thus it happens that the business or indus- 
trial population of all important cities includes con- 
siderable numbers of persons who are not counted as 
a part of the census population of those cities. These 



persons transact their daily business or perfm^n their 
daily woi^, spend a consideraUe proportion of Uieir 
incomes, and perhaps even eat all or a part of their 
meals in the cities, but have thdir lodging places out- 
side the municipal limits. 

Persons temporarily absent from their usual places 
of abode — for example, on visits, on business, traveling 
for pleasiu-e, attending school or college, or sick in hos- 
pitals — were enumerated at the places where they 
habitually resided, information regarding them hav- 
ing been obtained from relatives or acquaintances. 
Persons having no fixed places of abode anywhere, 
however, were required by the census law to be 
enumerated where they slept on the laght of January 
1, 1920. 



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POPITLATIOir OF THE UmTED STATES AHD OF ITS OUTLTISe POSSSSSIOVS. 



In 1920 the aggregate population of the United 
States with its outlying possessions was nearly 
118,000,000. The distribution of this population is 
shown by Table 1. 



The United States with its outlying possessions occu- 
pies approximately 6.7 per cent of the world's land 
area and embraces approximately 6.9 per cent of ite 
population.* 



Table 1.— POPULATION OF THE XJNITED STATES AND OUTLYING POSSESSIONS: 1920 AND 1910. 



AREA. 



Xralt«d States, wUh outlylnc poHenioiu. 
Continental United States 



Outlying poasearaons. 



Alaska 

American Samoa 

Guam ,... 

Hawaii 

Panama Canal Zone 

Porto Rico 

Military and naval, etc., services abroad *. 

Philippine Islands 

Vixgin Islands of the United States 



Gross am 

(tend and 

water) in 

sqasremilee. 



8,748,689 



3, 026, 789 
716, 740 



590,884 

77 

210 

8,449 

527 

3,435 



115,026 
132 



rorciAHoir. 



1«M 



117, 889, 4M 



105,710,620 
12, 148, 875 



66, 036 

8,056 

13,275 

255,912 

22,858 

1,299,809 

117,238 

* 10, 350, 640 

•26,061 



IflO 



101, 148, 880 



91, 972, 266 
9,174,264 



64,366 

«7,251 

11,806 

191,909 

> 62, 810 

1,118,012 

55,608 

« 7, 636, 426 

• 27, 086 



>P«pti]stianlnl9l2. 

> CompriMs ndUtsry . Red Crosa, and oonaalar services abroad, and naval serrice abroad or In American waters but not on flxod station. 
See axplanatlon In text below. 

* Fopulstlan December 31, MU. • Population In IMS. • Populatian November 1, 1917. 'Population In 1911. 



*The area and population of the United StMcB are compared with the 
area and population of other countries and of the continental divisions 
of the earth in the following talJle, which gives separate figures for 
the 11 ooimtriee or empires each having a population, according to 
the latest census or estimate available, in excess of 26,000,000. The 
areas, except for the United States, are taken from the Statesman's 
Year-Book for 1920. The population figures for the British Empire, 
Russia, France, Japan, Neth^lancfe, Italy, and Poland were secured 
from the embassies or legations of those coimtries. The population 
shown for China is the usual estimate of 400,000,000, but otlier 
estimates range from 340,000,000 to 440,000,000. The figures for the 
remaining foreign countries were obtained from the Statesman's 
Year- Book for 1920. The figures for population do not in all cases 
relate to the year 1920, and in general those for both population 
and area must be regarded merely as estimates or approximations. 



BCOIOK OB COVNTBV. 



Aggregate.. 



Continental divisions: 
Asia. 



XuropQ 

Nortfi America.. 
Squlh America- 

rics.. 



Australia and Ooesnia. 
PlOterRexio 



Coaiilii$S3(incliidioB dependencies): 
China. 



Kusda 

United States.... 

France 

Japan ,. 

Otgnnany 

Ketberlands..;.. 

gii^rf'l"" """"" 

Potend 

Otb^rcofuttrics.. 



Area in 
square miles. 



55, 883,000 



Popolatlon. 



rEBClNT 
DISTBIBtmOK. 



1,720^000,000 J loao 



17,052,000 
3,SU,000 

s,m,mo 

7,018,000 
lI,60S,dOO 
3,457,000 
4,892,000 

12,7f«),000 
il7JL«00 
?24l;0OO 
3,749,000, 
4,751,000 

JlSr""' 



5«i 

3,2761 OOQ 

141,000 

16,«t!9,«00 



890,000,000 
475,000,000 
145,000,000 
61, 000,000 
140,000,000 
. ^QHVOOO 



445,3!!$, 000 II 

400,000,000 

1««,107,000 

in,»8,ooo 

98,199,000 
78,00ia» 
55,08^000 
54,027,000 
38,000; 000 

««,77o.cgp. 



30.5 
6.8 
14.4 
12.6 
20.8 
6.2 
8.8 

22.9 
7.5 

14.8 
6.7 
8.5 

as 

0.3 
1.4 
1.0 
S.9 
0.3 
:30.ii 



Popu. 
latlon. 



100.0 



51.7 
27.6 
8.4 
3.5 
8.1 
0.& 



25.9 
23.3 
9.7 

n 

u» 
\:t 

12,1 



The item "Mihtary and naval, etc., services 
abroad" represents the following classes of persons: 
Officers and enlisted men in the mihtary service 
abroad; persons in the service of the American Red 
Cross abroad, or in the consular service of the United 
States abroad, together with members of their famihes, 
including servants, who were actually residing with 
them at their posts of duty; officers and enlisted men 
in the naval service abroad or in American waters but 
not on fixed station. Persons in the military service 
in the United States were enumerated as residents of 
the states, counties, and minor civil divisions in which 
their posts of duty were located, and the members of 
their famihes were enumerated where they actutdly 
resided. 

The growth of population since 1790 is shown in 
Table 2, which gives the population at each census and 
the increase during each decade for the country as a 
whole, exclusive of outlying territory. 

Since the Twelfth Census was taken as of June 1, 
1900, the Thirteenth as of April 15, 1910, and the 
Fourteenth as of January 1, -1920, the period between 
the Twelfth and Thirteenth Census dates was nine 
years and ten and one-half months, and that between 
the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Census dates was nine 
years and eight and onp-half qaonths. It. may be 
estimated that the populatipn . increase from April 1^. 
to June 1,, 1910, the end of a full decei>fiial ppriod frpjlj, 

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the Twelfth Census date, was not less than 200,000, a 
number sufficient to raise the decennial rate of increase' 
from 21. to 21.3 per cent. Similarly, it may be esti- 
mated that the population iticresse from January 1 to 



Apfil 15, 1920, the end of a full decennial period from 
the Thirteenth Census date, was more than 400,000, 
which, added to the increase between the census dates, 
wt>uld represent a decrnaial rate of 15.4 per cent. 



Tabms 2.— population OF THE UNITED STATES, EXCLUSIVB OF OUTLYING P08SESSIOJIS: 1700-1920. 



CENSUS YEAR. 



1920 
]910 
1900 
1890 
1880 

1870 
1860 
3850 
1840 
1830 

1820 
1810 
1800 
1790 



PopalaUoii. 



105, 710, 620 
91, 972, 266 
75, 994. 575 
62, 947, 714 
60, 155, 783 

38,668,871 
31,443,321 
23, 191, 876 
17. 069, 453 
12; 866, 020 

9, 638, 453 
7, 239, 881 
5, 308, 483 
3. 929, 214 



OIEBEASE OVEB PKBCEDmo CENSIM. 



Number. 



13, 738, 354 
15, 977, 691 
13, 046, 861 
12, 791, 931 
11, 597, 412 

7,115,060 
8, 251. 445 
6, 122, 423 
4,203,433 
3, 227, 567 

2,398,572 
1, 931, 398 
1, 379, 269 



Percent. 



14.9 
2L0 
20.7 
25.5 
30.1 

■22: «• 

35.6 

35.9 

32.7 

38.5 

33.1 
86. 4 
35.1 



Pet cent of 

Incressevtih 

correction ' 

for 1 870 

andissa. 



14.9 
21.0 
20.7 
25.5 
26.0 

26.6 
35.6 
85.9 
32.7 
S3. 5 

33.1 
36.4 
35.1 



> See erplanstion in text bolow. 



Some explanation is necessary in regard to the re- 
vised percentages given in the last column of Table 2 
for the decades 1860-1870 and 1870-1880. The per- 
centages of increase shown for these decades for the 
country as a whole were materially affected by the 
small increase recorded for the Southern states at the 
census of 1870. The evidence is conclusive, however, 
that the enxmieration of 1870 was incomplete in those 
states, and that their population was, in consequence, 
understated . The census returns, therefore, give for the 
decade 1860-1870 a rate of increase which is undoubt- 
edly below, and for the decade 1870-1880 one which is 
imdoubtedly above, the true rate. An estimate of the 
true population of the country in 1870 was made in 
the census report for 1890 (Population, Part I, pp. xi, 
xii, and xvi). In that report the number of omissions 
in the census of 1870 was estimated to have exceeded 
1,200,000, and the true population of the country in 
1870 was accordingly estimated to have been 39,818,- 
449 instead of 38,558,371, the number derived from 
the 1870 returns. On the basis of this revised popu- 
lation total, the increase for the decade 1860-1870 be- 
came 8,375,128, or 26.6 per cent (mstead of 7,115,050, 
or 22.6 per cent), and that for the succeeding decade, 
10,337,334, or 26 per cent (instead of 11,597,412, or 
30.1 percent). 

As stated in the introduction, Indians and other 
persons in Indian Territory and on Indian reservations 
were enxmierated for the first time in 1890. Conse- 
quently the entire population of these areas in 1890 — 
that is, 325,464, and not simply the excess of the 1890 
over the 1880 population (which can not be deter- 
ttiined) — enters into the aggregate population increase 



given in Table 2 for the decade 1880-1890. Since this 
increase is therefore partly attributable to extension 
of the area of enumeration in 1890, it does not accu- 
rately indicate the growth of population within the 
area enumerated in either 1880 or 1890. The increase 
within the area enumerated in 1880 may be deter- 
mined by eliminating from the 1890 population these 
325,464 Indians and other persons. The population 
in 1890 of the area enumerated in 1880 within the 
limits of continental United States was 62,622,250, 
which gives an increase for the decade 1880-1890, 
within this area, of 12,466,467, or 24.9 per cent. This 
is probably a more nearly correct statement of the 
increase than that based on the face of the returns 
(12,791,931, or 25.5 per cent) without taking into ac- 
count the extension of the area of enumeration. 

For each of the earher decades in which the area 
enumerated has been extended, the increase may also 
be similarly determined by excluding the population 
of the areas newly added. The results of such a cal- 
culation are shown in Table 3. While the rates so 
computed do not differ very materially from those 
given in Table 2, the modifications result in making 
the percentage increases for the first seven decades 
more nearly uniform. The exceptionally high rates 
shown in Table 2 for the decades ending, respec- 
tively, in 1800, 1810, 1850, and 1860 are accounted 
for in some measure by extensions of the area of enu- 
meration. Since, however, the population within these 
added areas in each given decade has undoubtedly 
grown to a greater or less extent by net migration from 
other sections of the country — ^which obviously lessened 
the population growth to an equal extent in those sec- 



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tions — the rate obtained by excluding the population 
of these areas is somewhat below, as the unadjusted 
rate in Table 2 is somewhat above, the true rate for the 
country as a whole. The error arises, in the one case, 
from including in the increase the population of the 
added areas at the beginning of the decade, and, in the 
other case, from excluding the migrants from the pop- 
ulation at the end of the decade. In Table 3 the esti- 
mated population for 1870 has been used in reckoning 
the increases for the decades ending in 1870 and 1880. 
To complete the table, increases have been included 
from Table 2 for decades in which there was no change 
in the area of enumeration. 

Table 3. — Increase Within Area Enumerated at Preceding 
Census: 1800-1920. 



CENSC3 TEAE. 



ToUl 
dectiinial 
increase. 



1920 


13,738,354 


1910 


IS, 977, 691 


i9n> 


13,(M6,S81 


1800 


12,791,931 


1880. 


' 10,;J:i7,:(34 


laro 


1 8, 37.1. 128 


1880 


8, 251, 445 


18S0.1 


6,122,423 
4,203,433 
3,227,587 
2,39«,572 
1 931,398 


1840 


1830 


1820 


1810 


1800 


. 1,379,209 



Popula- 
tion Of area 
enumer- 
ated lint 
in rear 
speclfled. 



32S,4M 



182,528 

391,410 

40,563 

40,048 



97,401 
61,128 



mCKEASG WITHIK 

AREA ENUMKRATED 

AT PRECEDING CBKBDS. 



Number. 



13,7^3 
U,977;« 



,091 
13;(M6,86I 
13,466,497 
10,337,334 
8,375,128 
8,068,917 
5,731,013 
4,1M,870 
3,187^519 
2,308,572 
1,833,907 
1,318,141 



Per 
cent. 



14. « 
31.0 
20.7 
34.0 
26.0 
28.6 
34.8 
33.6 
32.3 
33.1 
33.1 
34.5 
33.5 



> Estimated increase (see p. 14). 



Since it includes a net gadn by immigration, the 
growth of the aggr^ate population from census to 
census exceeds the natural increase, or excess of births 
over deaths. 

Summarizing, it may be noted that during each of 
the seven decades from 1790 to 1860 the population 
increased with remarkable uniformity by approaci- 
mately cme-third; that during each of the next three 
decades, from 1860 to 1890, the increase was approxio 
mately one-fourth; that during the two decades 
following the decennial rate of growth was lightly 
more than one-fifth; and that during the last deeade, 
1910-1920^ the rate was only a little more than one> 
seventh. The deobne in the decennial rate of increase, 
therefore, has not been gradual from decade to decade 
but has taken place in three abrupt breaks down- 
ward—between 1860 and 1870, between 1890 and'l900, 
and between 1910 and 1920, each of the four specified 
rates of growth, except the last, having been main- 
tained with little change for two or more decades. 

It may be noted also that, with the exception of that 
for the last decade, the numerical increase during 
each ten-year period has beeii greater than that for 
any preceding one (using, for the purpose of compari- 
son, the estimated increase between 1860 and 1870, 
given in Table 3). Moreover, the numerical 



as 



increase during the decade 1910-1920 was greater than 
that for any other decade except the one immediately 
preceding. 



POPUIATIOV BT DITISIOHS AVD STATES. 



Distribntion of the population and rank of states 
and divisions. — Table 8 (pp. 20 and 21) shows the 
population and rank according to population of each 
geographic division and each state from the earliest 
census to 1920. It will be noted from that table that 
there has been no change between 1910 and 1920 in 
rank among the leading six states — New York, 
Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio, Texas, and Massachu- 
setts — but Michigan, which ranked eighth at the 
census of 1910, now ranks seventh, and California, 
which ranked twelfth in 1910, now ranks eighth, both 
these states having passed Missouri, which ranked 
seventh in 1910 and now ranks ninth. There has 
been no change in the rank of the leading four states 
since 1890. It is also to be noted that no state has 
maintained the same rank without interruption from 
1790 to 1920. New York has had first place at each 
census beginning with that of 1820; Pennsylvania has 
ranked second in all census years from 1790 to 1920, 
except 1810 and 1820, when it ranked third; Illinois 
did not attain third place until 1S90; Ohio, which 
now ranks fourth, has held that position continuously 
since 1890, but ranked third from 1840 to 1880; Texas 
did not reach fifth position un^ 1910; and Massa- 
chusetts has ranked sixth only in 1850, 1890, 1910, 
and 1920. 



Nearly one-fifth of the total population of the coun- 
try in 1790 was returned from Virginia, which ranked 
firot among the states in that year as well as in 1800 
and 1810. 

In 1790 Maine was a district of Massachusetts; 
Vermont had not been admitted to the Union; the 
areas now constituting West Virginia and Kentucky 
formed parts of Virginia; the area now constituting 
Tennessee formed the greater part of the Territory 
South of the River Ohio; the area imder the jurisdic- 
tion of Geoi^a extended westward to the Mississippi 
River; and the area now constituting Ohio, Indiana, 
Illinois, Michigan, Wbconsin, northeastern and north- 
western Minnesota, northeastern North Dakota, and a 
small section of northeastern South Dakota was known 
as the Territory Northwest of the Ohio River. Florida 
and a strip along the southern border of Georgia as 
then constituted, together with the r^on west of the 
Mississippi River, were held by Spain. Although 
Maine, Vermont, Kentucky, and Tennessee were not 
in existence as states of the Union in 1790, the census 
returns for that year showed separately the popula- 
tion of the areas now constituting those states. No 
enumeration was made of the Territory Northwest of 
the Ohio River. Practically the total population re- 
turned in 1790, numbering 3,929,214, with the excep- 



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tion of 109,368 inhabitanU of the region which now 
constitutes Kentucky and Tennessee, lived in the area 
embraced within the limits of the three Atlantic Sea- 
board divisions — New England, Middle Atlantic, and 
South Atlantic. 

Not nkore than 5 per cent of the population oi the 
countiy in 1790 lived west of the Appalachian Moun- 
tains, the geographic distjribution of the population 
giving an average depth of settlement, or distance of 
habitation from the coast, of 255 miles. 

The geographic distribution c^ the population by 
divisions and sections at the censuses of 1850, 1890, 
1900, 1910, and 1920 is shown by percentages in 
Table 4, whidi gives also the population in 1920 of 
each section and division. 

Tabls 4. — Psa Cent Distribution op Popuxation, bt Sections 
AND DivistoNB: 1890-1920, and 1860. 





m 

ropalatlon: 


PB* CKBT or TOUl POrOIAIION. 




ItM 


in« 


MM 


MM jUM 


VattodStetM 


Mt,7U,«0 


t«e.« 


100. 


100.0 


100.0 ' lao.o 








ThsVortk 


a,ni,i«( 

7.400,909 
22,261,144 
21,476,641 
12,644,240 

1^900,372 

t, MM, 073 

3,338,101 
6,666,871 


«e.t 

7.0 
21.1 
20.8 
11.9 

8L3 

13.3 

8.4 
0.7 

8.4 

3.2 
5.3 


10. ( 

7.1 
21.0 
I0i8 
12.7 

iro 

13.3 
0.1 
».« 

7.4 
2.9 
4.6 


a. 3 

7.4 
20.3 
21.0 
13.8 

81.3 

117 
9.0 
8.0 

8.4 

2.2 
3.2 


a. 8 

7.S 
20.2 
21.4 
14.2 

8L8 

14.1 
10.2 
7.6 

4.9 

1.9 
3.0 


mi 


New Bngbnd 


11.8 


Middle iCtlutio 


25.4 


EMt North Central 


19.6 


West North Central 

ThaSoMth 


3.8 
817 


Sooth Atlenttc 


30.2 


Eeit South Central 


14.6 


Wert Sooth Central 

neWect 


.4.1 
0.8 


Mountain 


0.3 


Padflo. 


0.6 






East of the MiMlaslppi River.... 
West of the MlvIasTppl River. . . 


74,021,175 ! 
31,689,445 


70.0 
30.0 


70.4 
29.6 


72.4 
27.6 


73.4 
26.6 


91.4 
8.6 



In this table, as in other tables where figures are 
presented for geographic sections, the term "the 
North" denotes the 21 states lying north of the south- 
em boundary of Pennsylvania, the Ohio River, and 
the southern boundaries of Missouri and Kansas, and 
east of the western boundaries of Kansas, Nebraska, 
and the Dakotas; "the South" signifies the 16 states 
and the District of Columbia lying south of the North 
and east of New Mexico; and "the West" refers to 
the 11 states lying west of the North and the South. 
(See map, p. 8.) 

Data for 1850 are included in Table 4 as represMit- 
ing conditions immediately after the last considerable 
accession to the area of the United States, As already 
pointed out, a very large area lying west of the Mis- 
sissippi River was not enumerated at the census of 
1850; in fact, the extent of this unenumerated area 
was approximately as great us that of the «rea can- 
vassed by the enumerators. Since this uuenumerated 
area was, however, practically all unsettled territory, 
its scanty population if taken into account could not 
materially affect the percentages shown in T^ible i. 
. It will be noted from the table that the North, had 
substantially the 9ame proportion , of the pppylja^tioo. 



of the United States in 1920 as in 1850, whereas the 
South's percentage has decreased materially and thfr 
West's has increased greatly. 

Table 5 shows the rank of the states according to 
population at each of the last three censuses. 

Table 5.— Rank op States Aooordino to Popclation: 1990, 
1910. A«o 1900. 



New York 

Peonajrivanla.. 

minoia 

Ohio 

Texas 



MaasBchoaetts.., 

Michignn 

California 

Mlasonil 

Vtwlttmy 

Indtena 

Oeorgia , 

Wlaranaln 

North CaroUna.. 
Kentucky 



Iowa. 

Minnesota. 
Alabama... 
Tenntasee.. 
Virginia... 



Oklahoma.. 
Louisiana.... 
MlaebsippL. 
Kansas.:... 
Arkansas. . . 



South Carolina.. 
WestVii^ia... 

Maryland. 

Connectieul 

Washington 

Nebraska 

norida 

CoioradA 

Oregon 



Maine 

North DakoU. 
Sonth Dakota.. 
Rhode Island.. 
Montana 



Utah 

New Hampebire 

District of Columbia . 

Idaho 

New Mexico 



Vermont... 
Arizona.... 
Delaware.. 
Wyoming.. 
Nevada 



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ia3St^227 
8,7*^017 
^485^280 
^7S0^3M 
4, 003, 238 

3,85^398 
3,06^412 
3,43Bk861 
3^404,066 
3,169^900 

£930^390 

2; 81% 067 
%6S».I23 
2; 418, 830 

^404, 021 

%M7,125 
1348,174 
1387,886 
1300,187 

loss, 283 
1,796,509 
1,790, 618 
1,700^287 
1,751204 

1,683,724 
1,463,701 
1,449,661 
1,380^631 

1,356,621 

1,296,372 

938,470 

939,629 

783,380 

768; 014 
646,872 
636,517 
604,397 
548,889 

449,396 
443,083 
437,571 
431,866 
360,350 

351428 
334,162 
223,003 
194,402 
77; 407 



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> The territory of Oklahoma in 1900 ranked 38 and Indian Territory 39. The nnk 
KiTenlnTableSforlOOOIs beaed npon the population of Indian Territory and Okla- 
homa combined. 

In the section east of the Mississippi River, 6 states 
and the District of Columbia gained in rank between 
1910 and 1920, 11 states made no change, and 9 lost 
in rank; and in the section west of the Mississippi, 9- 
states gaiued in rank, 7 made no change, and 6 lost 
in rank. 

Ghrowth of popolation. — ^The decennial increases, by 
number and per cent, for the several divisions and 
states during each decade from 1790 to 1920 are . 
given in. Table 9 (pp. 22 and 23). For convienieneei 
the figures for the last tw<> decadee are repeated in.-. 
Table 6, the dirisions and states being arranged in.' 
tljue orderof their rates of increase during the decade / 
1910-1920. The maps on page 19 show graphically:-. 



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(he relatire rates of growth in the sever*! states lor 
the decades 1910-1920 and 1900-1910. 

It will be seen from Table 6 that in 20 states and 
the District of Cohmibia the rates of increase were 
greatw than that for the United States, that in 26 
states t^e rates ot increase were smaller than that 
for the country as a whole, and that in 3 states the 
poptdation decreased. Of the most populous 1 states, 
6 (Illinois, Qiao, Texas, Michigan, OaUfomia, and 
New Jersey) show greater rates of increase tban the 
country as a wh(^ and 4 (New York, Pormsylvania, 
Massachusetts, and Mksouri) show smaller rates.- 

In 15 states the population increased less than 10 
per cent, or decreased. Fire of these — South Dakota, 
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Nevada— had 
fewer than 800,000 inhabitants each, their combined 
population being only 2,277,470, but each of the 
remaining 10 had more than 1,000,000 inhabitants 
and their combined population was 22,495,911. 

The states with relatively high rates of increase 
are scattered over the entire country, from Idaho 
and California in the West to Connecticut and Florida 
in the East; and, similarly, the states whose popula- 
tion increased at low rates, or decreased, are scattered 
from Nevada in the Moimttun division and South 
Dakota and Nebraska in the West North Central 
division to Maine in the New England and Mississippi 
in the East South Central division. Of the 20 states 
whose population increased more rapidly than that 
of the United States, 8 are east and 12 are west of the 
Mississippi River; and of the 28 states whose popula- 
tion increased less rapidly than that of the country as 
a whole, or decreased, 18 are east and 10 are west 
of the Mississippi. Of the last-mentioned 10 states, 
however, 4, which border on the Mississippi, lie in the 
eastern half of the country. 

Of the 21 Northern states only 6 (Connecticut, 
New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, and Minnesota) 
and of the 16 Southern states only 5 (West Virginia, 
North Carolina, Florida, Oklahoma, and Texas) in- 
creased in population more rapidly than the United 
States as a whole; but of the 11 Western states, all 
but 2 (New Mexico and Nevada) show increases at 
greater rates than that for the entire country. The 
westward migration which has been so distinguishing 
a characteristic of the coimtry's growth showed a 
pronounced decline during the last decade. Between 
1900 and 1910 all the Western states increased at 
rates far in excess of the average for the United States, 
the rate for Utah being the only one which was less 
than twice as great as that for the coimtry as a whole; 
but between 1910 and 1920 only 5 of the Western 
states — ^Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, and 
Wyoming — increased at rates more than double that 
for the United States. 
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TikBu C— iKcSBAsa IN Formjotos, iok Two Dboadm, bt 
DmsioKs AND States, Ranked Aocordino to Raxx or 
Gso^TTH From 1910 to 1920. 

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DlVmOtt AKD 0tATB. 



Paclflc 

MoanMin 

Bast North Central.. 
WatSoatbC«otrsl.. 
MlddlaXtluitic 



QBttod StatM. 



Sooth Atlmtie 

NewSngland 

West Horth Central. 
Etst Sooth Central . . 



\xiioatt.... 
Montana... 
CaUfornia., 
Wyoming. 
Idaho. 



DMriot of Cobunbla. 



Fla 

New Jersey.. 
Conneeticat. 



OUahomai.... 

Ohio 

Utah 

WestVirgiiiia. 
Texas 



MUngton. 



WMUngi 
Colando. 
Oracon 
North < 



>n. 

iCatoUna. 
Illinois 



Minnesota 

Ma.'isacliaietts. 

NewYorlt 

Pennsylvania. . 
Wisconsin 



North Dakota. 

Virginia 

Maryland 

Bhode Island. . 
Xrlouuas 



South Carolina. 

Georgia 

Delaware 

New Mexico 

Alabama 



floath Dalceta. 

Nebraslca 

Lauisiaaa 

Indiana 



Iowa 

Tennessee. 
Kentuelcy. 

Kansas 

Maine 



Missouri. 



New Hampshire 

Mississippi 

Vermont 

Nevada 



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Number. 



1>1»-1M0 



l,»r4,!«7 
702,584 

1,4S7,8W 
2, IMS, 252 

U,7W,tM 

l,7W,»rT 
M8,22S 
«n,33S 

4n,«)e 



us, 808 
173,836 

i,(Na,3ii 

48, «7 
108, 2R 

108, «8 
868,238 
218,851 
611,733 
285,878 

«n,U8 

au,7n 

78,045 
342,682 
766,686 

314,631 
140,605 
U0,624 
352,836 
846,880 

311,417 

485,940 

1,371,613 

1,054,906 

208, ?07 

68,816 
247,575 
154,315 

61,7X7 
177,735 

168,324 
286,711 
20,681 
33,049 
310,081 

52,659 
104, l.W 
1«3,'121 
229, Si4 

179,250 
153,096 
126,725 
78,30S 
25,643 

110,720 
12,511 
-6,496 
-3,528 
-4,468 



190»-18tO 



1,775,613 
968,880 
2,365,040 
2,352,344 
3,881,214 

16,977,181 

1,781,415 

960,864 

I,280;4a8 

883,144 



81,423 
132,724 
882,416 

53,434 
163,833 

6a;3»l 
388,191 

234,077 
653,498 
106,338 

866,764 
880, S76 
98,602 
363,319 
847,832 

823,887 
289,324 
850,229 
313,477 
817,041 

324,314 

661,070 

1,844,720 

1,362,996 

264,818 

257,910 
207,428 
107,302 
114, (»4 
282,885 

175,0<t4 
392,790 
17,587 
131,991 
309,396 

182,318 
125,914 
274,763 
184,414 

-7,082 
164,173 
142,731 
230,454 
47,905 

186,670 
18,984 

245,841 
12,315 
39,540 



Percent. 



1910- 
19W 



; 



82.8 
26.7 
17.7 
U.S 
16.2 

14.9 

44.7 
12.9 
7.8 
5.7 



63.5 
46.0 
44.1 
33.3 
32.6 

3X3 
30l6 

28.7 
24.4 
33.9 

23.4 
2a8 
20.4 
19.9 
19.7 

18.8 
17.6 
16.4 
16.0 
15.0 

15.0 
14.4 
14.0 
13.8 
1Z8 

12.1 
12.0 
11.9 
11.4 
11.3 



11.0 

10.2 
10.1 
9.8 

9.0 
8.7 
8.6 
8.5 

8.1 
7.0 
5.5 
4.6 
3.5 

3.4 

2.9 

-0.4 

-1.0 

-5.5 



1900- 
1910 



73.5 
57.S 
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16. » 
U.» 
12.» 



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6?.T 

ua.t 

l&». 
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414 
34.7 
22.1 

laOiT 

14.7 
34.9 
27.4 
27. 8 

130.4 
48.0 
«,T 
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14.9 

18.5 
20.0 
25.4 
3U« 
12.8 

80.8 
11.* 
9:0 
26.6 
20.0 

13.1 
17.7 
9.5 
67.6 
16.9 

45.4 

11.8 
M.* 
7.3 

-0.8 
8.1 
6.6 
15.0 
6.9 

6.0 
4.0 

15.8 
3.6 

93.4 



> Includes population of Indian Territory for 1900. 

Table 7 presents a comparison, in percentages, of the 
distribution of the total population in 1920, 1910, and 
1850, among the several sections and geographic divi- 
sions, with the distribution of the increase in popu- 
lation during the last two decades and during the 
70-year period 1850-1920. 



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The North's proportion of the total population 
varied only to a slight degree between 1850 and 1920, 
and its proportion of the total increase during the 70- 
year period was exactly the same as its proportion 
of the total population at the end of the period. Thus 
the loss through migration to the West was coun- 
terbalanced by immigration. For the South, how- 
ever, the disparity between the proportion of the in- 
crease and the proportion of the total population was 
very much greater. That section had 38.7 per cent 
of the total for the country in 1850, and 31.3 per cent 
in 1920, but its proportion of the increase during the 
70-year period was only 2*9.3 per cent. During re- 
cent decades, however, the disparity has not been so. 
great. In fact, betwe«i 1900 and 1910 the difference 
between the proportion of the increase and the pro- 
portion of the total population was less for the South 
than for the North. 

Tabus 7. — Per Cbnt Dibtbibdtion of Total Popttlation akd 
or Incrcasb, bt Sections and Divisions: 1910-1920, 1900- 
1910, AND 1860-1920. 



manon add ditoion. 



V>lt«4BtatM.... 

ThcHorth 

NewEneUad 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Central.. 
West NortbCflDtral. . 

Vh« Sooth 

South Atlantic 

East South Central- 
West South Central . . 

The Wait 

Mountain 

Padflc 

East of the Mississippi 
Rireo. 

West of the Mississippi 
Blver 



Increase 
In popu- 
lation: 



U,Ttt,tM 



T,t34,7M 

848,228 
2,MS,2S2 
3,234,922 

906,328 

8,TM,4n 

1,796,877 

483,408 

I,4{7,e00 

Z,077,U1 

702,584 

1,374, 887 



9,207,186 
4,441,1«» 



FEB CSNT DISTBIDimON— 



01 

total 
nopu- 
fation: 

19W 



100.0 



«o.y 

7.0 
2L1 
20.3 
U.9 

ILt 

13.3 
&4 
9.7 

8.4 

3.2 
6.3 



70.0 
30.0 



0( 
In- 
crease: 
1910- 
I9W 



100.0 



ST. 7 
6.3 
21.4 
23.6 
«.« 

ST.t 

13.1 
8.6 
10.6 

16.1 

6.1 
10.0 



67.7 
32.3 



Of Of 

total in- 
popu- , creftse: 
1900- 

mo 1910 



100.0 



00.8 
7.1 
21.0 
19.8 
13.7 

mo 

18.3 
9.1 
9.6 

7.4 

2.9 
4.6 



70.4 
29.6 



100.0 



114 

6.0 
94.2 
14.2 

8.1 

10.S 
U.O 
6.4 
14.1 

17.1 
6.0 
11.1 



60.7 
39.3 



Of 
total 
popu- 
latian: 
1S60 



100.0 



00.6 
U.8 
26.4 
19.5 
3.8 

88.7 

30.2 

14.6 

4.1 

0.8 

0.3 
0.6 



91.4 

8.6 



Of 

to. 

crease: 

18I»- 

1990 



100.0 



00.8 
6.7 
19.8 
20.5 
14.1 

10.3 

11.3 
6.7 
11.3 

10.0 

4.0 
6.6 



64.0 
36.0 



Ten states — ^Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, 
New Jersey, New York, 'North Dakota, Rhode Island, 



South Dakota, and Wyoming-^)ook state censuses in 
1915. In the case of Iowa the enumeration related to 
December 31, 1914, and in the cases of the other states 
the census dates ranged from March 1 to July 1. The 
provisions of law under which these state censuses 
were taken and the practices followed in making the 
enumerations varied greatly. The returns in certain 
cases were made up by local assesbora, incidentally to 
tile perf<»mance of other duties, and were admittedly 
more or less inaccurate or incomplete. In other states, 
however, the work was done by enumerators espe- 
cially appointed for the purpose, and the reports an» 
detailed and accurate.* 

* The following table ahowa, for .each of the 10 states which took 
a census in 1915, the population in 19i0 and 1910 as asceftained ad 
the FedeEal ceneneeB, and in 1916 t» aacertatoed at the state cenoBua, 
together with the numbea and i^tee of incjreaee ,for the 6-year 
periods 1910-1915 and 1915-1920-. 





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„l.,(,l ,,.. 

BlkTZ. 




1916-1930 


1910-1916 




1930 

(Federal 
census). 


1916 1910 

(State (Federal 
census), census). 


Number. 


Per 

cent. 


Number. 


Per 

cent. 


Total.... 


24,617,449 


28,135,075 


21,535,055 


1,482,374 


6.4 


1,600, 02o' 7.4 


Florida 


968,470 

2,401,021 

1,769,267 

3,852,356 

3,1.'»,900 

10,385,2'Z7 

646, S72 

l»l. 397 

636, .547 

194,402 


921, 61S! 752,619 
2,358,066 2.234.771 


46,852 

46,955 

96,712 

159,016 

311,558 

697,483 

9,878 

8,411 

53,782 

62,697 


5.1 
1.9 

6.8 
4.3 

11. d 

7.2 
].6 
1.4 
9.2 
87.2 


168,999 22.5 
133,295 6.0 


Kansas 

MELs;>actiusetts. 
New Jersey — 

Now York 

North Dakota . 
Rhode Island . 
South Dakota. 
Wyoming 


1,672,545 

3,693,310 

2,844,342 

9,687.744 

636,994 

595. 9S6 

58'>,765 

141,705 


1,690,949 

3,366,416 

2,537,167 

9,113,014 

577,056 

512,610 

583,S,SS 

145,965 


-18,404 

326,^ 

307, 175 

674, 130 

59,93t 

63,376 

-1,123 

■-4,250 


-1.1 

9.7 
12.1 
6.3 
10.4 
9.8 
-0.2 
-2.9 



^ A minus sign (— ) denotes decrease. 

It will be seen that, for the 10 states taken as a group, the increase 
between 1915 and 1920 was somewhat less than that between 1910 
and 1915; that in the cases of New Jersey and New York there was 
no great difference between the increases during the two 5-year 
penods; that for Florida, Iowa, Massachusetts, North Dakota, and 
Rhode Island the increases were much Bmaller between 1915 and 
1920 than during the preceding 5 years; and that Kansas, South 
Dakota, and Wyomingshow decreases between 1910 and 1915, fol- 
lowed by increases. The decline in the rates of increase in Massa- 
chusetts and Rhode Island is readily attributable to the falling oS in 
immigration, which had been an imp<8tant bctat in their gr«wth 
pdor to 1915. 



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PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE OR DECREASE IN TOTAL POPULATION, BY STATES: 1910-1920. 




PERCENTAGE OP INCREASE OR DECREASE IN TOTAL POPULATION, BY STATES: 1900-1910. 




I I DECBEASE. 

DtCBEASE. 

mij Less than 10 per cent. 
^2 10 to M per cent. 

! W to 30 per cent. 
BSO 30 to SO per cent. 

I 60 per cent and over. 
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Tabus 8.— POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES, BY DIVISIONS 



nnmm Am stAn. 



VWtod CtotM. 



Obaokathic Divmoioi: 

Maw Englaod 

Itlddle Attantlc 

EMt North Cantm.. 
"WtstMartkCentfal. 

SoottaAtlntic 

TEattSoatbCeatnl.. 
-Wait Sooth Central.. 

Ifonotain , 

racifie 



Nrr Emolaiio: 



NawHampahlra.. 
Vannont. .••••••■ 

Vaaaacimaetti 

Bboda bland 

CcanaetlODt 



UneLB Aiumhc: 

KawYork 

Haw Janay.... 
Pcmiajlvuila.. 



East No>th CnnAU 
Ohio.. 



Soirm AnAMiMi 

Dalawara 

Uarylaiid 

Dlitilct of CoUunUft. . 

Virgiiila 

WestVlr^uia 

North OaroUita. ...... 

Booth CaroUns 

Oeorgla. 

Florida 




East Sooth Central: 

Kaotwsky 

Tenuossaa 

Alabama 

lUsstntppi 



WcsT South Centbal: 

Arkansai 

Lootslana. 

Oklahoma 

Texaq 



MoimTAnt: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming... 

Colorado 

Now Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 



TAfiFic: 

Washmgton. 

Oreeon 

Califomia 



PopolatloD. 



l«,TU,aO 



7,M0,SI» 
23,361,144 
31,475,£42 
13,S44,3I» 

;i;S:g? 

C,MS,8n 



768,014 
443,l)a 
333,428 

3,853,318 
604,307 

1,380,631 



10,385,^27 

3,iss,aoo 

8,730,017 



6,7tt,304 

6,4i$,280 
3,6*8,413 
3,613,067 



2,387,128 
3,404,031 
3,404,066 
646,873 
636,M7 
1,306,373 
1,760,257 



223,008 
1,440,661 

437,671 
3,300,187 
1,463,701 
3,550,133 
1,683,734 
3,895,832 

068,470 



3,416,630 
3,337,885 
3,348,174 
1,790,618 



1,752,204 
1,798,509 
2,028,283 
4,e63,228- 



548,880 
431,866 
194,402 
l»9,6» 
860,350 
334,162 
440,396 
77,407 



1,366,621 

783,389 

3,436,861 



vn 

I 

II 

rv 
in 

VI 

V 

IX 

viu 



Popolation. 



H,fTt,ll6 



6,552,681 
19,315,803 
18,250,631 
11,637,031 
13,1»«,8»5 
8,400,901 
8,784,534 
3,683,517 
4,193,304 



742,371 
410,573 
J56,966 

3,366,416 
543,610 

1,U4,766 



«,1U,«U 

2,537,167 
7,666,111 

4,767,131 

5,700,876 
638,501 
8,810,173 
3^333,860 

3,075,708 
3,394,771 
3,303,335 
577,066 
583,888 
1,193,214 
1,600,940 



202,323 
1,205,346 

331,060 
3,061,613 
1,221,119 
2,306,287 
1,515,400 
2,609, 121 

752,619 



2,280,005 
2,184,789 
3,138,098 
1,797,114 



1,574,440 
1,656,388 
1,657,155 
3,896,542 



376,053 
325,504 
145,065 
799,024 
327,301 
304,354 
373,351 
81,875 



1,141,990 

672,765 

2,877,54» 



vn 
I 

n 

IV 

ni 

VI 

V 

IX 

vin 



Popolation. 



n.m.m 



k,583,017 
15,454,(78 
15,985,581 
10,347,423 
10,443,480 
7,547,757 
6,532,290 
1, 074,657 
3,416,602 



604,466 
411,588 
SU,641 
3,801,346 
438,556 
908,430 



7,268,894 
1,883,660 
6,302,115 



4,157,645 
3,516,463 
4,821,550 
2,4X,982 
2,060,042 



1,751,»4 
3,231,853 
3,106,666 
319,146 
401,570 
1,066,300 
1,470,405 



184,735 
1,188,0U 

278,718 
1,854,184 

058,800 
1,803,810 
1,340,316 
2,316,331 

528,542 



3,147,174 
3,0)0,616 
1,808,697 

1,551,270 

1,311,564 
1,381,625 
•790,391 
3,048,710 



343,329 
161,772 

92,531 
539,700 
195.310 
123,931 
276,749 

42,335 



518,103 

413,536 

1,485,053 



vn 
n 
I 

IV 

m 

V 
IX I 

vni 



Popolatton. 



<S,H7,ni 



4,700,749 
12,706,330 
U, 478,305 
8,032, U3 
8,867,932 
^43^,l« 
4,740,983 
1,1U,985 
I8S^»4 



vn 
n 
I 

m 

IV 
V 

vr 
vni 



661,080 
376,530 
333,423 
3,238,947 
346,506 
746 358 



6,008,174 
1,444,933 
5,358,113 



3,673,320 
3; 193, 404 
3,836,353 
^.800 
1,603,330 



1,310,383 
1,012,207 
3,670,185 
190,083 
348,600 
1,063,656 
1,438,108 

168,493 
1,042,390 

230,392 
1,655,980 

762,794 
1,617,949 
1,151,149 
1,837,353 

391,422 



1,858,635 
1,767,518 
1,513,401 
1,289,600 



1,138,211 
1,118,588 
•258,667 
3,235,527 



142,924 
88,548 
62,555 

413,249 

160,282 
68,243 

210,779 
47,365 



357,232 

817,704 
1,213,398 



24 

25 
•39 

7 



45 
46 
48 
31 
44 
•47 
41 
49 



Poi^alattat. 



M,Uf,7n 



4,010,530 

10,416,878 

U,306,66S 

6, in, 443 

7,SB7;i97 

>.t8S.151 

3,334,20 

653,11* 

1,114,578 



648,836 
346,991 
333,286 
1,783,085 
276,531 
423,700 



(,083,871 
1,131,116 
4,383,891 



3,198,063 
1,078,301 
3,077,871 
1,636,937 
1,315,497 

780,773 
1,624,615 
2,168,380 

« 135,177 

452,402 
906,006 



146,608 
934,943 
177,624 

1,512,565 
618,457 

1,399,750 
995,577 

1,543,180 



1,648,690 
1,543,359 
1,383,505 
1,131,597 



802,525 
939,946 



1,591,749 



39,169 
32,610 
20,789 
194,327 
119,565 
40,440 
143,963 
62,286 



75,116 
174,768 
864,694 



VI 

11 

I 

IV 

ni 

V 
VII 
IX 

vni 



ia» 



27 

13' 

V 

SI 

38 



35 



Popolatkn. 



31,1(1,311 



3,487,924 
8,810,806 
9,134,517 
a ua ttA 

(•^610 
«7^13S 



0)B,OU 
318,100 
39,5(1 
1,457,3(1 
317,» 
*37,484 



4,383,7(0 
(06,0(6 

t,an,ta 



3,666,360 
1,660,617 
^530,801 

1, OH, 670 



4(0,706 

1, 104,030 

1,731,3(6 

* 14,181 

133,993 

125,015 
780,804 
131,700 

1,225,163 
442,014 

1,071,361 
705,606 

1,184,109 
187,748 



1,321,011 

1,258,520 

996,9(2 

8r,033 



484,471 
736,915 



818,579 



30,505 
14,099 

0,118 
8(^864 
01,874 

'9,658 
86,786 
43,491 



33,955 
90,923 
560,347 



VI 

n 
I 

V 

m 

IV 

vn 

IX 

vni 



10 



1 Includes population (325,404) of Indian Territory and Indian reservsiUons, specially enumerated In 1880, hut not included in the general report on population (or 1890. 
> Intludcs persons (6,100 In 1840 and 5,318 in 1S30) on public sliips in the service of the United States, not credited to any division or state. 

• PAulation o( area taken to form state of Missouri in 1821; part of Louisiana territory in ISIO. , 

« P&iilation of that part of Dakota territory takm to lorm North Dakota: 1880, 36,909; 1870, 3,405. Popolation of part takoi to Ibrai South Dakota: 1880^ 96,2(8; isnv 
11,776. . 

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AND STATES, WITH BANK ACOOBDING TO POPULATION: 1790-1920. 



n 



1800 


1850 


1840 


1800 


18(0 


1810 


1800 


i7«e 




Populaticn. 


1 


Population. 


1 


Populatlan. 


1 


PoptUatlon. 


M 

! 
S 


Populattan. 


^ 


PopulaUai. 


i 


Pt^nlatioo. 


M 
I 

B 


PopulaUco. 


1 




31.413,311 




n, 1*1, 176 




< 17,669,463 




< 12, 866, 020 




*,(3(,4» 


7,t»,m 


■**•** 


5,366,433 




3,*t»,m 




1 


3,135,283 
7,458,985 
6,926,881 
2,169,832 
5,364,703 
4,030,991 
1,717,667 
174,923 
444,053 


II 
VI 

ni 
rv 

VII 

IX 

VIII 


3,728,116 
5,898,735 
4,533,360 

880,335 
4,679,090 
8,363,271 

910,251 
72,927 

105,801 


V 

1 

ni 

VII 

II 

IV 
VI 
IX 

VUI 


3,334,822 
4,526,260 
2,924,728 

426,814 
3,925,299 
2,575,415 

449,985 


V 

I 

nt 

VII 

II 

IV 
VI 


1,951,717 
3, 587, 66 ■ 
1,470,018 

140,455 
3, 6 '5, 752 
1,815,989 

216,127 


III 
11 

V 
VII 

I 

IV 
VI 


1,660,071 
2,699,845 

792,719 

66,586 

3,061,063 

1,190,480 

167,680 


III 
11 
V 

vn 

I 

IV 
VI 


1,471,973 

2,011,702 

272,321 

19,783 

2,671,891 

708,590 

77,618 


m 
II 

V 

vu 
I 

IV 
VI 


1,283,011 

1,402 965 

51,006 


III 
11 

V 


1,009,408 
968,638 


II 

m 


3 
3 
4 






5 


2,286,491 
335,407 


I 

IV 


1,861,806 
109,388 


I 

IV 


• 

7 
R 










V 
















1 










in 


























628,279 
326,073 
315,098 
1,331,088 
174,820 
480,147 

3,880,735 

672,035 

a,908,215 

3,339,511 

i;350,438 

l,ni,961 

749 113 

775,881 

172,023 

874,913 

1,182,612 

>4,837 

28,8(1 
107,206 

112,218 

887,049 

75,080 

1,596,318 


22 
27 
38 

7 
39 
21 

1 

31 

3 

3 
6 

4 
16 
IS 

30 

20 

8 

42 

39 
33 

32 

19 
35 
5 


583,169 
317,976 
314,190 
994,514 
147,545 
370,792 

3,007,391 

489,555 

2^311,786 

1,980,329 

988,416 
851,470 
387,654 
305,391 

6,077 
193,214 

6a2;o*4 


16 
23 
33 

8 
28 
21 

1 

19 
3 

3 

7 

11 

20 

24 

38 
27 
13 


501,793 
284,571 
291,918 
737,609 
108,830 
309,978 

2,438,921 

373,306 

1,734,083 

1,619,467 

685,886 

476,183 

213,267 

30,945 


13 
22 
21 
8 
21 
20 

1 
18 
2 

3 
10 
14 
33 
30 


399,455 
369,328 
380,652 
610, 40S 
97,199 
397,675 

1,918,608 

320,823 

1,318,333 

987,903 
313,031 
157,415 
31,699 


13 
18 
17 
8 
33 
16 

1 

11 
2 

4 
13 
30 
37 


398,333 
311,161 
335,961 

523,287 

83,060 

27S,3!8 

1,372,812 

2n,575 

1,049,468 

581,434 

147,178 

55,211 

8;896 


12 

15 
16 

7 
20 
11 

1 

13 
3 

5 
18 
21 
27 


338,705 
214,480 
217,805 
472,0.0 
76,981 
261,913 

960,0:9 
315,582 
810,091 

230,780 

34,630 

13,282 

4,762 


11 

16 
15 
5 

17 
9 

2 
12 
3 

13 
21 
21 
.25 


161,719 
183,858 
151,485 
422,815 
89,132 
251,002 

589,061 
211,149 
808,365 

45,365 
5,611 


It 
11 

13 

5 

16 

8 

3 
10 
2 

18 
U 


96,510 
141885 

85,435 
378,787 

68,825 
337,916 

340,120 
184,139 
484,373 


11 

10 
12 

4 
15 
8 

5 
9 
3 


11 

13 
13 
14 
IS 
10 

17 
18 
19 

30 






?1 






28 










28 










34 






















25 


43,113 
383,702 


39 
16 






















78 


140,416 


31 


66,586 


23 


•19,783 


23 










27 










i 









































. 


















31 


91,532 

583,031 

51,687 

1,421,661 


30 

17 

33 

4 


78,085 

470,019 

43,712 

1,239,797 


36 
15 
28 

4 


76,748 

447,010 

39,834 

1,211,405 


31 

11 

35 

3 


73,749 

407,350 

33,099 

1,065,366 


23 
10 
35 
3 


72,974 
380,518 

21,023 
074,600 


19 

8 
23 

1 


61,273 
341,548 

14,093 
880,200 


17 

7 
19 

1 


59,096 
819,738 


16 

» 


33 
33 
31 


747,610 


1 


35 


903,623 

708,708 

1,067; 288 

140;4»4 

1,155,681 

1,109,801 

964,201 

791,305 

435,450 
708,003 


12 
18 
11 
31 

9 
10 
13 
14 

25 
17 


869,039 

668 507 

906,186 

87,446 

982,405 

1,002,717 

771,633 

806,626 

209,897 
517,762 


10 
14 
9 
31 

8 
5 
12 
15 

28 

18 


793, 4l* 

604,398 

691,892 

54,477 

779,828 
829,210 
600,766 
375,651 

97,571 
393,411 


7 
11 

9 
27 

6 

5 
12 
17 

25 
19 


737,987 

581, U5 

516,833 

31,730 

687,917 
681,901 
300,537 
136,621 

30,388 
315,739 


5 

9 

10 

36 

6 

7 

15 

32 

38 
19 


638,889 
503,741 
3M,9a* 


4 
8 
11 


565,500 
415, lU 
352,433 


4 
6 
11 


478,103 
345,591 
162,686 


4 
6 
13 


383,751 
349,073 
82,548 


3 
7 
13 


37 
38 
39 
4A 


661,317 
433,823 
127,901 

75,448 

11,273 
153,407 


6 
9 
19 

21 

38 
17 


406,511 
261,737 


7 
10 


220,955 
105,602 


9 


78,877 
35,691 


14 
17 


41 
43 
4A 


40,388 

'1,062 
76,556 


20 

26 
18 


8,860 


30 






44 






45' 










46 










4T 


601,215 


23 


213,602 


25 


























4R 


























49 



































60 


































51 


34,277 
98,518 


38 
31 






























Si 


61,617 


33 


























58 


























.H 


40,273 
6,867 

11,594 

58,165 

379,994 


87 
41 

40 
36 
26 


11,380 


35 


























.56 


























5ft 






























.57 


M,294 
93,697 


31 

29 


























58 






















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59 














r 















• Tor 1890 the rank of South Dalcota advances from 37 to 35 and that of Arizona from 48 to 47 wheo the population specially enumerated Is Included; and that o{ 
OMthnma «dT«no»» from 46 to 39 when the population of Indian Territoir and Indian raserratlons specially enumerated Is Inclnded. 

' Population of ana taken to fmn Arkiuuas tenitory in 1819; part of Louisiana territory In 181& 

' iDClUdes population of Indian Territory, as follovrs: 1900, 392,060; 1890, 180,182. 

' The tarritory of Oklahoma in 1900 ranked 38 and Indian Territory 39. In cnnpntlng the rank for 1900 the population of Indian Tenitory was Included vlth that of 
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POPULATION. 

Table ».— INCREASE Iff *0>ra,ATrON OP THE 

lA minus sign (— ) denote* decraase.] 



- 


DIVISIOW AND STATE. . 


19I0-I1K0 


I900-WIO 


I890-1MW 


1880-1890 


1870-1880 


1800-1870 




Number. 


Per 
cent. 


Number. 


Per 

cent. 


Number. 


Per 
cent. 


Number. 


Per 

cent. 


Number 


Per 
cent. 


Number. 


Per 

cent. 


1 


irmted States 


13,738,354 


14.9 


15,»77,e91 


21.0 


13,046,861 


20.7 


12,711,(31 


25.5 


U,S>7,4U 


30.1 


7,115,0(0 


tl« 




aaooiuPHic DivisioRs: 




848,228 
2,945,252 
3,224,922 

906,328 
1,795,377 

483,406 
1,457,690 

702,584 
1,374,567 


12.9 
15.2 
17.7 

7.8 
14.7 

5.7 
16.6 
26.7 
32.8 


960,664 
3,861,214 
2,265,040 
1,290,498 
1,751,415 

862,144 
2,252,244 

958,860 
1,775,612 


17.2 
25.0 
14.2 
12.5 
16.8 
11.4 
34.5 
57.3 
73.5 


891,268 
2,748,458 
2,507,276 
1,415,311 
1,585,558 
1,118,603 
1,791,307 
460,722 
528.358 


19.0 
21.6 
18.6 
15.8 
17.9 
17.4 
37.8 
3&0 
28.0 


690,220 
2,209,342 
2,271,637 
2,774,669 
1,280,725 

8«,003 
1,406,763 

560,818 

773,756 


17.3 
21.0 
3a3 

45.1 
16.6 
IS. I 
43.2 

85.9 
69.4 


522,605 

1,686,072 
2,082,151 
2,300,849 
1,743,587 
1, 180, 706 
1,304,255 
337,734 
439,453 


15.0 
19.1 
22.8 
59.7 
29.8 
28.8 
61.3 
107.1 
65.1 


352,641 

1,351,821 

3,197.633 

1,086.7(2 

488,907 

383,454 

282,298 

140,462 

231,072 


11.2 
l&l 
SI. 7 

77.7 
9.1 
9.S 
16.2 
803 
52.0 




Middle Attahtic 




East North Central 




West North CentnJ 




South Atlantic 




£ast South Central 




West South Central 




Mountain 


in 


Pacific 




N£W ENOI.AMD: 

Maine 


11 


25,643 
12,511 
-3,528 
485,940 
61,787 
265,875 

1,271,613 

618,733 

1,054,906 

992,273 
239,514 
846,689 
858,239 
286,207 

311,417 
179,250 
110,720 
86,816 
52,659 
104,158 
78,308 

30,681 
154,315 
106,502 
247,575 
242,582 
352,886 
168,324 
286.711 
215,851 

1531096 
210,081 
-6,496 

177,755 
142, 121 
371, 128 
766,686 

- 172,836 
106,273 
48,437 
140,605 

33,049 
129.808 

76,045 
-4,468 

214,631 

110,624 

1,049,312 


3.5 
2.9 
-1.0 
14.4 
11.4 
23.9 

14.0 
24.4 
13.8 

3a8 
8.5 
15.0 
30.5 
12.8 

15.0 
8.1 
3.4 

13.1 
9.0 
8.7 
4.6 

10.3 
11.9 
32.3 
12.0 
19.9 
16.0 
11.1 
11.0 
28.7 

5.5 

7.0 

9.8 

-0.4 

11.3 

8.6 
22.4 
19.7 

46.0 
32.6 
33.2 
17.6 

lai 

63.5 
20.4 
-5.5 

18.8 
16.4 
44.1 


47,908 

18,984 

12,315 

561,070 

114,054 

206,336 

1,844,720 

653.498 

1,362,996 

609,578 
184,414 
817^041 
389,191 
264,818 

324,314 
-7,082 
188,670 
257,910 
183,318 
125,914 
310,464 

10/,M3 
^351 
207,438 
262,319 
312,477 
175.084 
392.790 
224,077 

142,731 
164, 173 
309,396 
245,844 

362,885 
374,763 
868,764 
847,832 

132,724 
163,822 
53,434 
250,324 
131,991 
81,423 
96,602 
39,540 

623,887 
259,229 
892,496 


6.9 
4.0 
3.6 

2ao 

28.6 
23.7 

2&4 

34.7 
21.6 

14.7 
7.3 
16.9 
16.1 
12.8 

18.5 
-0.3 
6.0 
8a8 
45.4 
11.8 
15.0 

9.5 
9.0 
18.8 
11.2 
27.4 
16.5 
13.1 
17.7 
42.4 

6.6 

8.1 
16.9 
15.8 

aao 

19.9 
109.7 
27.8 

54.5 

101.3 
57.7 
48.0 
67.6 
66.2 
34.9 
93.4 

12a 4 
62.7 
60.1 


33,380 
35,068 
11,219 

566,309 
83,050 

102,162 

1,265,720 

438,736 

1,044,002 

485,216 
324,058 
8»5,198 
327,092 
375,712 

441,111 
319,556 
427,480 
138,163 
• 53,970 
3,644 
43,387 

16,942 
145,654 

48,326 
198,204 
196,006 
275,861 
189, 167 
378,978 
137,120 

288,539 
253,098 
315,296 
261,670 

183,353 
833,037 
531,734 
813,183 

100,405 
73,234 
29,976 

136,451 
35,028 
34,688 
65,970 

-5,020 

160,871 
95,832 
271,655 


5.0 
9.3 
3.4 
25.3 
24.0 
21.7 

31.1 
3a4 
19.9 

13.2 
14.8 
2&0 
15.6 
22.2 

33.7 
16.7 
16.0 
67.1 
lSw3 
0.3 
3.0 

9.6 
14.0 
21.0 
13.0 
25.7 
17.1 
16.4 
20.6 
35.0 

15.5 
14.3 
30.8 
30.3 

10.3 

23.5 

205.6 

36.4 

7a3 
82.7 
47.9 
3a6 
21.9 
39.3 
31.3 
-10.6 

45.0 
30.3 
22.4 


12,160 

39,539 

136 

455,862 
68,973 
123,558 

930,803 

313,817 
975,222 

474,267 
214,103 
748,481 
456,953 
377,833 

520,510 

287^682 

510^805 

} 404,406 

610,254 
432,012 

21,885 
107,447 

52,768 
143 415 
144,337 
218,199 
155,572 
395,173 
131,939 

209,945 
225,159 
250,896 
158,003 

325,686 

178,642 
258,657 
643, n8 

103,765 
55,938 
41,766 

218,922 

40,717 

47,803 

66,816 

-14,911 

383,116 
143,936 
348,704 


1.9 
85 
(') 
25.6 
24.9 
19.8 

18.1 
27.7 
22.8 

14.8 
10.8 
24.3 
27.9 
28.7 

67.8 
17.7 
33.6 

299.3 

134.9 
43.4 

X4.9 
U.6 
39.7 
9.5 
33.3 
15.6 
15.6 
19.1 
45.2 

13.7 
14.6 
IS 9 
14.0 

40.6 
19.0 


22,021 
38,691 
1,735 
325,734 
59,178 
85,246 

700,112 
225,020 
760,940 

532,802 
207,664 
637,980 
452,878 
260,827 

341,067 
430,595 
447,086 

120,996 

32p,409 
631,697 

31,593 
154,049 

45,924 
287,402 
i76,443 

Wi 

358,071 
81,745 

327,679 
283,839 
285,513 
303,675 

318,054 
313,031 


3.5 

9.0 

0.5 

32.4 

27.2 

15.9 

16.0 
24.8 
21.6 

20.0 
17.7 
21.2 
38 2 
24.7 

T7.6 
36.1 
26.0 

853.2 

367.8 
173.4 

17.3 
19.7 
34.9 
23.5 
39.9 
30.7 
41.1 
30.2 
43.5 

24.8 
22.6 
26.6 
36.7 

65.6 
39.3 


-1,364 
-7,773 
15,453 
236,285 
42,733 
77,307 

502,624 
234,061 
615,736 

325,749 
330,209 
827,940 
434,946 
278,789 

287,683 
519, 107 
539,283 

9,344 

94,152 
257,193 

13,799 

93,845 

56,620 

» -371, 155 

442,014 

1,898 
136,823 
47,324 

165,327 
148,719 
32,791 
3C,6I7 

«),021 
18,913 


-as 

4.9 
18 4 
24.5 
16.8 

12.9 

34.8 
21.3 

13.9 
24.S 
48.4 

58.1 
35.9 

165.6 
76.9 
45.0 

198.2 

326.5 
339.9 

U.4 

13.7 

75.4 

'-33J 

"Y.i' 

0.3 
12.0 
33.7 

14.3 
13.4 
3.4 

4.6 

11.3 
2.7 


12 




13 


Vermont.! 


14 




15 


Rhode Island 


16 


Connecticut 


17 


MiDDU ATtANTlC: 

New York 


18 


New Jersey 


10 


Pennsylvania... 


30 


East Nobth CENTiur: 

Ohio 


31 




33 


Illinoin . , . , 


23 


Michigan 


34 


Wisconsin 


» 


Wist North Centiul: 

Minnesota. . 


» 




s 


Ul«^ir< 


m 


North Dalcota 


39 


South Dakota 


to 


Nebraska 


m 


Kaa<ias. 


•3 


Sooth Atlahtic: 

Delaware 


n 


Mar^bd 


M 


Distxiot of Columbia 


w 


VUiiinla 


Ml 


West Virginia 


IT 


• NorthCaroiina 


IW 


South Carolina 


10 


QeoTKla 


40 


Fi^aa.:::;::::::::::::::::::::: 


41 


East South Centbal: 

Kentucky 


ft 




«t 




44 


Mississippi 


U 


WKsr South Cbntkal: 

Arkansas 


66 


Louisiana.. . . 


47 


Oklahoma 


48 


Texas . . 


4a4 

265.0 
171.5 
200.9 
112.7 

34.1 
118.3 

46.4 
-23.9 

375.6 
81.8 
40.3 


773,170 

18,564 
17,611 
11,671 
154,463 
27,691 
30r782 
67,177 
19,775 

51,161 

83,845 

304,447 


94.5 

90.1 

117.4 
128.0 
387.5 
30.1 
318.7 
65.9 
46.5 

213.6 
92.2 
54.3 


314,361 

30,595 

14,(99 

9,118 

5,687 

-1642 

9,668 

46,513 

35,634 

13,361 
38,458 
180,353 


ii's 

"i6.'8' 
-1.8 

iii's' 

519.7 

106.6 
73.3 
47.4 


49 


MOUHTAIH: 


50 


Idaho. 


n 


Wyoming 


f3 


Colorador. 


m 


New Mexico 


M 


Arixona. 


(15 


Utah 


56 


Nevada 


irr 


PAcmc: 

Washington 


58 




W 


California 







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DIVISIONS AND STATES. 

UNITED STATES, BY DIVISIONS AND STATES: l79<V-ie2p. 

(A minus sign (— ) denotes decnaae.] 



23 



18M-I8M 


I840-18U 


18*0-I84« 


i8£a-i8m 


1610-18M 


1800-1810 


1790-1800 




Number. 


Per 
oent. 


Number. 


Per 

cent. 


Number. 


Per 

ae«t. 


Number. 


Pct 

cent. 


Number. 


Per 

cent. 


Number. 


Per 

cent. 


Number. 


Per 
cent. 




8,lil,4tt 


36.8 


>(, 111,493 


16.9 


> 4, 191, 433 


11.7 


i3,nT,H7 


33.6 


t,3M.in 


311 


1,931, 399 


11.4 


1,3»,1N 


UlI 


1 


407,167 

1,580,250 

3,403,624 

1,280,497 

685,613 

657,720 

807^418 

101,996 

338,162 


14.9 

26.5 
53.1 
146.5 
14.7 
19.6 
85.9 
130.9 
319.3 


403,294 

1,372,475 
1,598,532 
453,531 
753,791 
787,826 
490,266 
72,927 
106,891 


22.1 

3a3 

54.7 

106.3 

19.2 

30.6 

109.0 


280,105 
938,596 
1,464,710 
286,359 
279,547 
759,478 
203,858 


14.3 
26.2 
99.0 
203.9 
7.7 
41.8 
8218 


294,648 
887,819 
677,299, 

73,869 
584,689 
625,480 

78,447 


17.7 
33.9 
85.4 

iiao 

19.1 
52.6 
46.8 


188,098 
683,143 

520,395 
48,803 

386,172 
481,809 
90,l»2 


1Z8 
34.0 
191.1 
236l6 
14.4 
8&0 
116.0 


238,962 
612, 137 
221,318 

19,788 
388,397 
3ra,I83 

77,618 


19.4 

43.6 

433.9 


223,803 
443,003 

51,006 


22.2 
46.3 


2 
3 

4 
5 


17.0 
111.3 


434,688 
226,030 


23.5 
206.7 


6 

7 

A 








V 
























10 


























45,U0 

8,007 

978 

236,652 

27,076 

89,355 

783,341 
182,480 
604,429 

350,182 
382,012 
860,481 
351,450 
470, flO 

166,948 
482,699 
499^968 

4,837 

20,684 
174,667 


7.7 
Z6 

as 

23.8 
18.4 
34.1 

26.3 
37.3 
26.7 

18.1 
38.6 

101.1 
88.4 

164.1 

2,730.7 
251.1 
73.6 


81,376 
33,'402 
^172 
256,815 
38,715 
60^814 

668,473 

lie 249 

. 687:753 

460,862 
302,650 
376,287 
186,387 
27^446 

6,ion 

149,102 
29^340 


16.2 
11.7 
7.6 
34.8 
36.6 
19.6 

27.6 
3L1 
34.1 

3a3 

44.1 

78.8 

87.3 

886.9 


102,338 
15,246 
11,296 

127^291 
11,631 
13,303 

610,313 

62,483 

376,800 

681,664 
342,835 
318,738 
180,628 
30,946 


25.6 
6.7 
4.0 

lao 

12.0 
4.1 

36.8 
16.4 

27.9 

82.0 

99.9 

262.4 

67a 9 


101,120 
26,107 
44,671 
87^121 
14,140 
2^427 

646,796 

43,248 

298,776 

356,469 
195,853 
102,234 
22,743 


33.9 

laa 

18.9 
16.6 
17.0 
8.1 

39.8 
16.6 
28.6 

61.3 
13.3.1 
185.2 
266.7 


69,630 
29,701 
18,086 
' 61,247 
6,128 
13,306 

413)783 

32,013 

289,307 

350,674 

131,668 

42,929 

4,184 


sat' 

13.8 
8.3 

lao 

8.0 
6.1 

43.1 
13.0 
19. & 

152.0 
600.2 
349.6 
8a8 


78,981 
30,802 
68,430 
49,195 
7,889 
10,940 

319^998 

34,413 

307,726 

185,395 
18^879 
12,282 
4,782 


sa? 

16.6 
41.1 
11.6 
11.3 
4.4 

CBLS 
16.3 
1^6 

408.7 
334.7 


65,179 
41,973 
89,040 
44,068 
397 
13,058 

27,010 
l«7,9t2 

45,365 
6, an 


67.3 
29.6 
8a8 
11.6 
a4' 
6.6 

7B.2 

14.7 
38.7 


11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
18 

17 

18 
19 

20 
21 
17 








n 








24 




















75 


346.8 
77.8 


43,113 
943,217 




















28 


in. 2 


73,869 


Iia9 


46,809 


338.6 


19,788 








77 































































m 


22.6 
17.8 
45.3 
12.3 


13,417 

118,016 

7,975 

U1,M4 


17.2 

a.0 

18.2 
14.7 


1,337 

22, on 


1.7 

a7 

3.S 


39^690 

6,795 

1«^039 


5.5 
9.7 
2a6 
13.7 


76 

va,iu 


a I 

7.0 
37.6 
9.3 


8,401 
38,998 

9,930 
94,400 


13.1 
11.4 

Tas 
ia7 


6,177 
2I8B0 
14,093 


8.8 
6.8 

"'ii'.i' 


32 
31 


35,301 
161,101 
62,979 

I73,ZH) 

107,084 
192,678 
184,779 

235,658 
190,240 


14.2 

6.3 

16. T 

80i6 

17. » 

ia7 

26.0 
3a6 

ldT.6 
36.7 


116)800 

74,100 

214,793 

32,968 

SB, 677 
m,607 
180,867 
230,876 

112,188 
166,361 


16.3 
12.6 
31.1 

6a6 

8BwO 

2a9 
sac 

61.6 

USil 
46.9 


16,432 

13,213 
174,189 
19;747 

91,911 
147;306 
281,239 
239,030 

97,186 
136,672 


2L1 
2.3 
33.8 
56.9 

13.4 

175.0 

3n.i 

63.4 


90,168 

^^ 
34,730 

123,800 
259,081 
in. 626 
61,173 

63,333 


16.6 
16.6 
61.6 


81,829 

.87,826 

88,656 


35.1 


77,397 
89,524 
89,747 


10.3 

3ai 

65.2 


84,363 
96,618 
80,138 


2L4 

38.8 
97.1 


IT 
38 
39 
40 


21.9 
61.3 
142.0 
81.1 

112.9 
4a6 


167,806 
161,096 
127,901 
36,696 

13,211 
76,861 


38.8 
61.6 


185,656 
156,125 


84.0 
147.8 


147,278 
60,911 


199.9 
195.9 


41 
43 

4% 


87.0 
1,244.0 

ioa4 


31,502 

1,062 
76,656 


366.0 


8,850 




44 

46 








48 








« 


301,623 


184.2 


212,692 
























48 
























49 






























50 






























5! 


34,277 
31,980 




























52 


61.9 


81,647 
























m 
























54 


28,8g» 

«,857 

11,894 
387,397 


213.9 


11,380 
























5^ 
























58 




























17 


294.7 
3ia4 


13,204 
92,<»; 






















* 


68 
























69 


















. 









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POPULATION. 



ABEA AlfD DEirSITT OF POPUIATiOV. 



ABEA. 

United States as a wbole. — The gross area, laud 
and water, of the territory under the jurisdiction of 
the United States at the Fourteenth Census was 
3,743,529 square miles. The outlying territories had 
an area of 716,740 square miles, and constituted 19.1 
per cent, or approximately one-fifth, of the aggregate 
area. The area in 1790 was 892,135 square miles, or 
somewhat less than one-fourth of the present area, 
and embraced substantially all the territory between 
Canada and Florida and between the Atlantic Ocean 
and the Mississippi River, together with the drainage 
basin of the Red River of the North. This original 
area and the areas of successive accessions of terri- 
tory from 1790 to 1920 are shown in Table 10. In 
1803 the area of the country was nearly doubled by 
the Louisiana Purchase; and between 1840 and 1850 
three large accessions of territory resulted in further 
increases aggregating 1,204,896 square miles, equiva- 
lent to two-thirds of the former area. (See map fol- 
lowing p. 6. On this map the northeastern bound- 
ary shown for Texas is that established at the time 
of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. A different bound- 
ary between the United States and the Spanish 
possessions was estabhshed by the Florida Purchase 
treaty of 1819; and when Texas was admitted to the 
Union in 1845 it included, in addition td its present 
area, parts of New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, and 
Colorado,.and a small part of southern Wyoming. Its 
boundaries were fixed as at present in 1850.) 

Tablb 10. — Accessions of Terbttobt: 1790 to 1920. 



AocunoH. 



Gross 

ar«B 

(land and 

water) in 

square 

miles. 



Anxagato, IMO. 
Vnlted States 



t,7U,6n 



.1 S,0H,7U 



Territory inl790' 

Louisiana Pundiase (1803).. . 

Florida (1819) 

By treaty wiUi Spain ( 1819). . 
Texas (18iS). 



FEB CENT 
DISTBIBVTION. 



Aggre- 
gate 
area. 



IW.O 



Oregon (1M6). 
MeUQ 



dean Cession (1848).... 
Gadsden Purchase (18S3).. 



OatiylBK poiietiloni. 



Alaska (18S7) 

Hawaii (1898) 

Philippine Idands (1899).. 



Porto Rieo (1899).. 

Guam (1899) 

Samoa (1800) „ 

Panama Canal Zone (1904) 

Virgin Islands of the United States (1917). 



892, 13a 
827,987 
S8,666 
13,435 
389, 1«« 
286,641 
S29, 189 
29,670 

7U,T40 



390,884 

^449 

115,026 

3,436 

210 

77 

527 

132 



».> 



23.8 
22.1 

1.6 

0.4 
10.4 

7.7 
14.1 

0.8 

U.l 



Area of 

the 
United 
states. 



100.0 



29.5 
27.4 

1.9 

0.4 
12.9 

9.5 
17.5 

1.0 



> Includes drainage basin of Red River of the North, not a part of any accession, 
but in the past sometimes considered a i art of the Louisiana Purotiasa. 

> liSss than one-tenth of 1 per cent. 



Table 11 shows the aggregate area of the United 
States at each census from 1790 to 1920 and gives 
separate figures for outljdng possessions. 

Table 11. — ^Area of the United States and Ootlyino 
Possessions: 179(m920. 



CENSUS 
TEAS. 



itao 

1910 

190O 

1800 

1880 

1870 

1860 

1850 

1840 

1830 

1820..... 

1810 

1800 

ITOO 



Gross area 

(land and 

water) In 

square 

xniles. 



3, 743, 539 
3, 743, 397 
3,742, SHO 
8,617,673 
3,617,673 
3,617,li7S 
3, 02li, 789 
2,997. 119 
1,792. j2S 
1, 792, 223 
1,792, ^JS 
1, 72r), 122 
892,135 
hS2, 138 



Per 
cent 

of 
area 

In 
1920. 



loao 
loao 
loao 

96.6 
96.6 
96.6 
8a9 

8ai 

47.9 
47.9 
47.9 
46.0 
23.8 
23.8 



AREA OF UOTTED STATES EXCLUSIVE OF 
OUTLYINO roS3ESSK>N8. 



Gross area 

(land and 

water) in 

square 

miles. 



3, mn, 789 

3, C«li, 789 
3,(l2d, 789 



789 

119 
J23 
J23 

1,79-2. J23 

1, 72(1. 1,22 

Sy2, 135 

S92^135 



3,02fi, 
3,0-2li 
3,112.. 

3, l)2il 
2, 'n)7 
I, ~'i2 



Per 

cent 

of 

area 

in 
1920. 



loao 

100.0 

loao 
loao 
loao 
loao 
loao 

99.0 
59.2 
59.2 
59.2 
66.8 
29.5 
29.5 



(square 
mues). 



2,973,774 
2,973,890 
2,974,160 
2,971,965 
2,973,965 
2,973,965 
2,973,965 
2,944,337 
l,7St,ies 
1,753,588 
1,753,588 
1,685,865 
867,980 
867,980 



Water' 
(square 
mues). 



53,015 
62,899 
52,630 
52^824 
S3; 82* 
5:^891 
5:^824 
52,782 
38,635 
38,635 
38,635 
34,257 
24,155 
24,155 



Gross 
area 

of out- 
lying 

posses- 
Sims 

(squara 

miles). 



716^740 

716,061 
500,884 
590^884 
590^884 



> Does not include water surface of oceans. Gulf of Uexloo, or Great Lakes, lying 
within Juiisdiction of United Slates. 

DlTisions and states. — Table 12 shows, for 1920, the 
gross area and the land and water area, respectively, 
of the states, ranked according to gross area. 

Seven states, each of which embraces within its 
limits over 100,000 square miles of territory and all 
lying west of the Mississippi River, have an aggr^ate 
gross area of 1,022,418 square miles, or approximately 
one-third of the total area of the United States. 
Texas, the lai^est of these, with 265,896 square miles 
of land and water, has an area more than four times 
that of the entire New England group and more than 
two hundred and thirteen times that of Rhode Island, 
the smallest state. California, the next largest state, 
with an extent of territory about three-fifths as great 
as that of Texas, nearly, equals in area the New 
England and Middle Atlantic states combined. The 
aggregate area of these two states exceeds that of the At- 
lantic Seaboard states from Maine to Florida. The five 
remaining states with areas exceeduig 100,000 square 
miles are in the Mountain division, and one other state 
in this division — Wyoming — ^falls just below that 
limit. Twenty-one states, 14 of which are located 
west of the Mississippi River, have areas ranging from 
50,000 to 100,000 square miles, and 20 states have 
areas less than 50,000 square miles. The 22 states 
west of the Mississippi have an average area of 97,514 
square miles, as against an average of only 33,900 — a 
httle more than one-third as great — ^for the 26 states 
east of that river. 



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Tabu la. 



-Land and Watkk Area op Statks, Accokdino to 
Rank in Gross Area: 1920. 



TrmtedStatM. 



Texas 

CalUornia 

Montana 

New Mexico. . 
Arizona 



'Norada. . . 
Colorado. . 
Wyomiiig. 



OneOK. 
l'ti£... 



Mbmerota 

Idaho 

Kansas 

Sonth Dakota. 
Nebraska 



North Dakota., 

Oklahoma 

Mtasoufi 

WashingtoB... 
Oeorgia 



Florida 

Mlchlcaii.. 

minofa 

Iowa 

■Wisconsin. 



Arkansas 

North Oaroliiu. 

Alabama 

SewYork 

Louisiana 



Mississippi 

Pennsyminia. 

Virginia 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

Kentucky 



Indiana 
Maine.. 



(alne. 

South Carolina. 
West Virginia. 



Maryland 

Vermont 

New Hampdiire. 
Massachusetts — 
New Jersey 



Ckmneeticut 

Delaware 

Rhode Island 

District ol Columbia. 



Bank 

In 
gross 
area. 



ABBA IN SQDAAE MILES. 



Ones. 



S,0M,7<I 



au,8oe 

158,207 
148,997 
U2,634 
113, 950 

110,090 
103,948 
97,914 
98,600 
84,990 

84,082 
83,888 
82,158 
77,015 
77,820 

70,837 
70,057 
09,420 
09,127 
50,265 

58, «M 
57,980 
5«,««5 
56,147 
56,066 

53,335 
53,426 
51,998 
49,204 
48,506 

46,865 
45,126 
42,627 
^022 
41,040 

40,508 
36,354 
83,040 
30,960 
34,170 

12,327 
9,564 
9,341 
8,206 
8,234 

4,965 

2,370 

1,248 

70 



Land. 



2,t73,17i 



155,652 
146,131 
122,503 
113,810 

109,821 
103,058 
97,548 
05,607 
82,184 

80,858 
83,354 

81,774 
76,868 
76,808 

70,183 
69,414 

SI; 836 
58,725 

54,861 
57,480 
56,043 
55,586 

55,256 

52,525 
48,740 
51.279 
47,654 
45,400 

46,352 
44,833 
40,262 
41,687 
40,740 

40,181 
36,046 



Water.' 



9,041 
9,124 
9,031 
8,038 
7,514 

4,820 

1,966 

1,067 

60 



53,011 



3,498 

2,645 

866 

131 

146 



2B0 
366 

1,003 
3,806 

3,824 
534 
384 
747 
712 

664 
643 
693 
2,291 
540 

3,805 

too 

022 
561 

810 

810 
3,686 

719 
1,550 
3,097 



294 

3,365 

335 

300 

417 
309 
3,145 
404 
148 

2,386 
440 

310 
227 
710 

146 

406 

181 

10 



Table 13 shows, by sections and divisions, the gross 
area, rank in area, and percentage of total area, 
together with the average area of the states within 
each section and division. 
Table 13. — Gross Area, by Sections and Divisions: 1920. 



> Does not Include water surlace of oceans, QoU ot Mazloa, or Oitat 
within jmixdieUon of United States. 



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srcnoN ANO nmsioN. 


Rank 

in 
gross 
area. 


Gross area 
(square 
ndlee). 


Percent 
of total 
gross 
area. 


Num- 
ber of 
statea. 


ATeragb 

gross 
area at 
states. 


TTttlted Btatai 




3,026, 7» 


100.0 


'^ 


»«3,W7 






TheKorth 


135, 4« 

1^554 
218,105 
518,379 

IOt,U7 
283,910 
181,483 
437,794 

1, IN, 140 

865,017 
324,133 


30.9 
Z2 
3.4 
8.3 

17.1 

t».S 

9.3, 
6.0 
14.5 

31.3 

38.6 
10.7 


11 

6 
3 
5 

7 

>U 

>8 

4 
4 

U 

& 
3 


«M<6 

34,185 
49,621 

»4;oN 

»3?3«5 
45,371 
100,449 

108,104 

io»,m 

108,041 




9 
8 
6 
2 


Middle Atlantic 


Zast North Central 


West North Central 


The Sonth 


South Atlantic 


5 

7 
3 


Ea.<:t South Central 


West South Central 


The We»t 


MiH|n(fti,l, 


1 
4 


Pacific 




East of the Missis-sippl Blver 


881,476 
2,145,313 


29.1 
70.9 


•26 
22 


> 33,900 
97;5I4 


West of the Mississippi River 









1 ExdnslTe of District ot Columbia. 

The North, with 60.2 per cent of the total popula- 
tion of the United States in 1920, comprises only 30.9 
per cent of the total area. The corresponding pro- 
portions for the South are far less divei^ent, being 
31.3 per cent for population and 29.8 per cent for 
area. For the West, in which only 8.4 .per cent of 
the total population of the United States was enu- 
merated in 1920, the proportion of the total area is 
39.3 per cent. The r^on east of the Mississippi 
River, with 70 per cent of the population in 1920, 
occupies only 29.1 per cent of the area of the country, 
whereas the region west of the Mississippi, with 30 
per cent of the population, comprises 70.9 per cent 
of the area. 

Table 14 shows, for each state and territory in 
continental United States, the total land area at 
each census from 1790 to 1920^ inclusive. 



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Tabib 14.— land ABEA OF THE UNITED STATES IN SQUARE MILES, BY STATES AND TERRITORIES: 1700-1920. 



STATE OB TEBBITOST. 



0nit*4 BtetM.. 



AktMina*... 
Ariiona''... 
Arkansas".. 
CalUorniau. 
Ookindou.. 



Connecticat 

IMawara , 

IMstrtrt of Columbta " . 

Florida" 

O«o>sia» 



Uaboo... 
nuirais".. 
r.odlanax. 
loira".... 
Kansas".. 



Kcntocky <*.... 
Loolslana* — 

Maine* 

Mairbod 

Masaadiusetts.. 



lUcUisana 

Minnesota" 

M<asisstppiM 

MissooiiB 

Montana •• 



Hebnska* 

Nevada" 

New Hampshire. 

Nev Jersey 

New Mexico*.... 



New York 

North CaroUna... 
North Dakota". 



Ohlo« 

Onafanma* 



Oregon <« 

Pennsylvania <'.. 

Shode Island 

Sooth Carolina... 
Booth Dakota*.. 



Tennessee ". , 

Texas* 

T««ih* 

Vermont*... 
Virginia".... 



Washington*.... 
Vestv&ginla*.. 

'Wisconsin'* 

Wyoming* 



Territory Northwest of 
OhioBiver" 

Territory South of Ten^ 
nessee* 

Missouti territory u 

\adian Territory and un- 
organized territory *. . 

Dakota territory* 



1920 



• l,»7»,774 



51,279 
113,810 

S2,S25 
1«,652 
10S,6S8 

4,820 

1,965 

60 

54,861 

S8;725 

83,354 
96,041 
36,045 
55^586 
81,774 

40,181 

45,409 

29,896 

9,941 

8>039 

57,480 
80^898 
46,362 
68,727 
• 146, 131 

76,808 

109,821 

9,031 

7,514 

122,503 

47,654 
48^740 
70,183 
44740 
69,414 

95,607 

41832 

1,067 

30^496 

78,868 

41,687 

262; 396 

82; 184 

9,124 

40,262 

66,838 

24,022 

&'S,2S6 

••97,648 



1910 



> 2,973, 890 



61,279 
» 113,810 

52,525 

"165,652 

103,658 

4,820 

1,965 

60 

64,861 

58,725 

83,354 

"66,043 

»36,045 

65,586 

81,774 

40,181 

46,409 

29,895 

9,941 

8,039 

67,480 
80; 858 
46,362 
68,727 
146,201 

70,808 

109,821 

9,031 

7^614 

122,508 

47,654 
48,740 
70; 18) 
40; 740 
69,414 

95,607 
44,832 
1,067 
3^495 
7? 868 

41,687 
263; 30$ 
83; 184 
9; 124 
40,262 



51,279 
113,840 

52,525 

B 166, 09.' 

108,668 

4,820 

1,966 

»60 

54,851 

58,725 

83,364 
56,002 
3&8S.; 
55,686 
81,774 

40; 181 
45,409 
29,895 
9,941 



1*00 



>l,9T4,16i 



57,480 
80,858 
46,362 
68; 727 
146,201 

78,808 

109; 821 

&031 

7^614 

122,503 

47,664 
4S;740 
70,183 
40,740 
*38,624 

95,607 
44,832 
T,067 
30,496 

78,868 

41,687 
26^398 
^184 
9,124 
40,262 

66,836 
24,022 
55,256 
07,594 



30;7SD 



1890 



2, 973, MS 



61,279 
113,840 

52,626 
165,900 
103,668 

4,820 

1,966 

68 

54,801 

68,725 

83,354 
56,002 
3^885 
5^686 
81,774 

40,181 

45,409 

29,895 

9,941 

8,039 

67,480 
80,868 
46,362 
68,727 
146,201 

M76,808 

109,821 
9,031 
^614 

122,603 

47,654 
48; 740 
70,183 
40,740 
38,624 

96,607 

44,832 

1,067 

30,495 

76,868 

41,687 

262,388 

82,184 

9,124 

44262 

66,838 
24,022 
5&25e 
97^694 



30;790 



1880 



I,97S,9<> 



51,279 
113,840 

62,5:5 
155,900 
103,068 

4,820 

1,965 

58 

64,861 

68,725 

83,354 
6&002 
3^885 
56,68) 
81,774 

40,181 

46,409 

29,895 

9,941 

8,039 

67,480 
80,858 
46,362 
68,727 
146,201 

76,172 

109,821 

9,031 

7,614 

122,503 

47,654 

^r 

40; 740 



95,607 

44,832 

1,067 

30,405 

(«) 

41,687 
26^398 
82,184 
9,124 
40,262 

66,836 
24,022 
5i256 
8^694 



^414 
147,687 



1870 



2,973.965 



61,279 
ll,i,8IO 

52,526 
155,900 
103,658 

4,820 

1,966 

58 

54; 861 

68,725 

nS3,3CO 
66,002 
36,883 
55,580 
81,774 

40; 181 

45,409 

29,896 

9; 941 

8,039 

67,480 
80,868 
46,362 
68,727 
•146,105 

78,172 

109; 821 

9,031 

tJsu 

122,603 

47,654 
4&740 
(«) 
40; 740 



96,607 

44,832 

1,067 

30; 495 

41,687 

262,398 

82,184 

9,124 

40; 262 

66,836 
24,022 
55,256 
97,6»t 



69,414 
14^687 



isao 



< 1,973,965 



51,279 



62,525 

155,900 

"10:l,«88 

4,820 

1,965 

58 

54,861 

58; 726 



66,002 

35,885 

55,586 

•'81,774 

40; 181 

46,409 

29,896 

9,941 

8,039 

67,480 
80,858 
46,362 
68; 727 



•118,915 

* 61, 260 

9,031 

7,514 

•247,782 

47,654 
48,740 

w 

40; 740 



05,607 

44,832 

1,067 

30; 496 

(«) 

41,687 

262,398 

•122,887 

9,134 

'164,281 

•183,254 



56,256 



04414 
31^094 



I8S0 



•t,944.»7 



51,279 



62,526 
155,900 



4.820 

1,966 

58 

54,861 

68; 725 



66,002 
35,886 
56,586 



66,002 
35,885 
"191,666 



44181 

45^409 

24805 

4041 

4041 

57,480 

'163,4.57 

44382 

64727 



9,031 
7;614 
"234548 

47,652 
44740 



44740 



1282,257 

44,832 

1,067 

34405 



41,687 

* 282, .398 

••234810 

4124 

84,284 



55,266 



535,003 



1840 



1,713, 5Sg 



81, 279 



54525 



4,820 

1,966 

»90 

64.861 

54725 



44181 

44409 

24895 

4941 

4011 

57,480 



44382 
64727 



?,a31 
,514 



47,852 
44740 



44740 



44,832 

1,067 

34405 



41,687 



4124 
64,262 



••83,643 



511,987 



ism 



l,7t3,68C 



o;,-79 



62,525 



» 106. 276 



4,820 

1,966 

90 

54,861 

54725 



64002 
36,885 



44 181 
46,409 
24896 
4941 
4041 

184052 



44382 
•84618 



4031 
^514 



47:652 
44740 



*44228 



44,832 

1,067 

.34495 



41,687 



4124 
84,252 



60466a 
54750 



18S0 



•1,753,688 



61,279 



4,820 

1,965 

90 

» 54, 861 

54725 



54002 
36,885 



44 181 

45,409 

24896 

4941 

4041 

184052 



>»6S, 



4OSI 
7; 514 



47,653 
44740 



44228 



44,832 

1,067 

34485 



41,687 



4124 
64,252 



W604565 



181) 



'1,886,865 



(") 



4,820 

1,906 

90 



547^6 



•192,381 
"42,93 



••262.084 



44 181 

"34,065 

"29,895 

4941 

4041 

"42,625 



••97,641 
(•) 



4031 
7; 514 



47,663 
44740 



4422ft 



44,832 

1,067 

34495 



41,687 



4124 
64,262 



"777,040 



I.SOO 



8«;,*so 



4,820 

1,965 

90 



'lU,8n 



44 181 



•24806 

«4»41 

4OU 



M 33, 310 



4081 
^514 



47,652 
44740 



•44328 



44,833 

1.087 

34495 



41,687 



4124 
* 84, 252 



26,855 
5,290 



1700 



•K7,»M 



4,«» 



"144198 



"44181 



•24886 
4«W 
4041 



4031 
7; 514 



4^052 
44740 



•44k8B2 

1,067 

34496 



'44077 



4124 
"64,284 



314 167 



ZXPUUTATOaT irOTES KEGAKDnrO oaOAinZATIOV or STATES AKD CHAKOES m ASIA. 



1 Redaction of 118 aqnare miles due to building of Pathfinder and Shoshone 
Re9erv(dn(469quare miles of water surface) in Wyoming and several reservcirs in 
connection with irrigation projects (70 square miles of water surface) In Montana. 

• Net reduction of 260 square miles due to drainage of lakes and swamps in nUnois 
and Indiana (201 square miles of land), building of Boosevelt and Laguna Beserroirs 
to Arlsona (30 square miles of water surface), and overflow of Cobiado Biver into 
Satton Sea in CauiDmia (440 square miles of water smfsce). 

• Increase of 194 square miles due to reclamation of 2 square mlle^ of Potomac 
River Flats in Dlstnct of Columbband 193 square mUes of Lake Tulare In Cal- 
ifornia. 

• Includes Oadsden Purchase (29,628 square miles) in 1863. 

' Includes Texas annexation (385^80 square miles) In 1845; Oregon territory 
(■42S7 square mlleo) in 1848; and MextoanCegaton (622,902 square milea) in 1848. 



• Includes Florida Purchase (64,861 square miles) and other territory gained 
by t;«sty with Spain (12,882 square mllee) In 1819. 

< Includes LTOiaiana Purchase of 1833 (817,385 square miles}, compriaingterritory 
of Orleans, 34,0)5 square miles, territory of Louiidana, 777,940 square miles, and 
5,880 square miles of territory In dispute between United States and Spain, 
attaehsA to Misaiasippi territory In I8I2. (See map following p. 6.) 

•Inchides drainage basin of Red River of the North and Souris River (46,417 
square miles). 

• AUBAMA.— Oiganlsod as a territory In 1817 &om part of Mlssteippi tefritarv-; 
admitted as a state in 1819. 

u Abitona.— Organised as a territory in 1863 fh>m part of New Mextoo tenltity; 
admitted as a state in 1912. 

n Decrease of 26 square miles due to building of Roosevelt Reservoir and 5 aquais 
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■XnUUTATOBT VOTES UCOABOIHO OKOASIZATIOV OF STATXS AID CHABeSS OT AmSA-Cootfalued. 



M A>K4M«M<— OdHlMd ■§ • tonttarjr In ISit from yut ol Mlanuil Wtiton; 

than Inclndeg greater part oi preaBnt area of QkhihnTnii: admitted as a state in 1836. 

rs«enoteM.) 

u CAuroRNU.— Ceded by Mexico In 1848; admitted as a state in 18S0. 

« Decrease of 440 sqnare miles due to overflow of Colorado River Into Salton Sea. 

u Incnoae of 192 square mllM due to reclamation of part of Lake Tulare, CaUl 

>• CoLOSADO.— Organized as a territory in 1861 from parts of tartltories of Utah, 
Mew Utxioo, Kansas, and Nebraska; admitted as a state in 1876. Ares shown Ibr 
1860 refers to 18Si. 

» DErmiCT or Colttmbu. — Formed in 1791 from parts of Maryland and Vlrsinla; 
part south of Potomac retroocded to Virginia in 1840. 

u Increase of 2 square miles due to reclamation of Potomac River Flats in District 
of Columbia. 

» Florida.— Purchased from Spain In 1819; terrltoiial government established In 
1822; admitted as a state In 184£. Area shown lor 1820 relen lo l:>22. 

» Oeorqu.— Included, in 1800, area now constituting northern parts of Alabama 
and MlssiiMlppi; in 1790, greater part of piesuiit area of thoM btatce. 

» Idaho.— Organlied in 1883 from parts of teiritories of Washington, Dakota, and 
Nebraska: area reduced In 1864 by organization of U9ntana territory and in 1868 
by organlatton of Wyoming territory; n square mile.; transferred to Montana In 
1873; admitted as a state in 1880. 

a Illinois.— Formeft as a tertltory In 1800 (Run pert of TnrHana teiritory; then 
Included area now constituting WisDonain, western part of Upper Peninsula of 
Mtohiptn, northeastern and northwestern Mlnueeota, eastern and northern North 
D^ota. and small section of northeastern South Dakota; admitted as a st^ in 1818 

B Insraase of 41 atiuare miles due to drainage of lakes and swamps, 

*• Indiana.— Formed as a territory in 1800 from part of Teniloty Northwest of 
the Ohio River; then included area now constituting Ulluois, Wlaoousin, western 
and northwestern Mldiigan, northeastern and northweetcm Mlnneeota, eastern and 
northern North Dakots^ and small section of northeastern South Dakota; area 
shown for 1810 Includes part of present area of Illinois; admitted as a state in 1816. 

» Increase of 160 square miles due to drainage of lakes and awampe. 

" Iowa.— Organised in 1838 from part of Wiaconaln tecritory; titan inchxled area 
now eonstitutlng that part of Minnesota lying west of the Missiaiippi River, and 
these parts of North and South Dakota lying east of the Missouri aid White Earth 
Riven; admitted as a state in 1840. 

n Kansas.— Organised as a territory in 18M from unorganized territory originally 
part of Louisiana Purchase; then included part of present area of Colorado; ad- 
mitted as a state in 1861. Area shown for 1860 refers to 1861. 

" KINTCCXT.— Organized as a state from pert of Virginia and admitted to Union 
In 1792. Area given lor 1790 refers to 1792. 

» LotnsiANA.— Organised as Orleans territory In 1804 from p«t of LoaWaoia Pur- 
chase; admitted to Union as state o( Louisiana in 1812. Area gtvan lor 1810 laohidas 
4,611 square miles of territory in dispute between United States and Bpain, attached 
to Louisiana in 1812, and excludee 11,344 square milee gained by treaty with Spain 
In 1819. 

" Madh.— Under Jurisdiction of Massachusetts until 1820, when admitted to 
Union as a separate state. 

n Martland.— Area redaoefl In 1791 by fanmUton of District of Columbia. 

■ MicmoAM.— OrgtQiieda8atenltflr7lnl80(franpartofIiidUnaterTitary; then 

COmpriaed Lower Vanltwiila^nrt taxUm «nrt nf llpn^' P««H.i«i^ln^y«rl nfr«nMnn<«r 

of Upper Peninsula added in 1816; limits ex tended in 1818toineludeareaIannerly 
part 01 IlUnoia taiTitory and now constituting Wlsronain, nortbeestain and north- 
western Minnesota, eastern and northern North Dakota, and small section of north- 
eastera South Dakota; limits further axlanded in 1834 westward to Missouri and 
White Earth Bivens and southward to northern boundary of Miassoil Admitted 
asasteteinlSST. 

•• Minnesota. — Organised as a territory in 1849 from uncrvaniaad area formarly 
wlttui limits of Iowa and Wiaoansin territories; then Included area now constituting 
North and South Dakota east of Missouri end White Earth Rivers. Admitted as 
sstateln I808. 

u MusissmL — Organized as a territory from part of Geor^ in 1798; then com- 
prised area now constituting southern parts of Alabama and MiasUBlppi; area now 
omistituting northern Alabama and Mississippi (formerly a part of Georgia) added 
in 1804. Alabama organized as a separate teiritory and Misslsslpid admitted as a 
state in 1817. Area shown for 1810 includes 6,880 square mUes of tsrritory treated 
as part of Louisiana Purchase, but In dispute between Umted States and Spain, 
attached to Mississippi territory in 1812. 

* Miisoinu. — Organized as a state from part of Missouri territory and admitted 
to Union in 1821; area increased in 1837 by Platte Purchase, now forming north- 
westam part of state. Area shown for 1830 rafere to 1821. (See note 69.) 

*• Montana. — Organized as a territory from part of Idaho territory in 18M; 
square miles transferred from Idaho in 1873; admitted as a state in 1880. 

" Decrease of 70 stjuare miles due to building of several reservoirs u connection 
with Irrigation projects. 

■ Nebraska.— Organized in 1854 from unorganized territory, origiiuilly part of 
T^^lflynn Purchase: then included area now constituting ports of North and South 
Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado; area greatly reduced in 1861 by organ- 
ifatlou ol Dakota and Colorado territories and In 1863 by argmlzation of Idaho 
tenitory. Admitted as a state in 1867. Small area, formerly part of Dakota terri- 
tory, annexed la 1882. Area shown for 1860 is that of temtoy as ooiutituted In 
1881, then lnCtu<Ung nearly half of present state of Wyomiag. 

* Nevada.— Organiiad as a territory from part of Utah tanttoty lb 1861; than 
oompriaed that part of present area of state lying west of 39th meridian from Wash- 
InSMB and nonb U srth panHel. Admitted as a state In I8a<, with eastern 
boondary fixed at 38th meridian from Washington; present boundaries eefab- 
ishedin.1106.. Area Shown foriseo refers to 1861. 

* New Mexico.— Organized as a territory in 1860 frcm redan ceded by Mexico 
In 1848: at time of organization included areas now conMituting southaastem 
Caloraa^ Adsons north of Oil* Bivar, and Nevada south of 37th paiaUeli area 
inenuta In UM by Oadsden Puiebtse, reduced in 1861 by organization o( Ctforado 



territory, and reduced to present limits In 1863 by organizatioa of Aiizeoat 
Admitted as a state in 19U. Area shown lor 18601s that of territory as constttntad in 



.. itfaitorj. 

lofterrltorya 
1861, after organization of Colorado territory. 

o North Dakota. — Organized as a state from part of Dakota territory and 
admitted to Uuion in 1889. (Bee note 61 .) 

' Ohio.— Organized as a state from part of Territory Northwest of the Ohio River 
and admitted to Union in 1803. Prasent boundary between OUo and UieUtta 
established in 1836. Arcashownfor 1800 refers to ISDO. 

" Oklahoma.— Organized in 1890 as a territory from part of Indian Territory: 
organized as a state from Oklahoma territoiy and Indian Tenitory and admitted 
to Union in 1907. 

« Oregon.— Oregon region occupied Jointly by United States and Qreat Brittin 
from 1818 to 1846; title established in 1846. Ornnized as a territory In 1848; ther- 
incbided area now constltutlnEWashingtan, Idaho, and parts of Montana and 
Wyomlnglying west of crest oiRocky MounUins; area reduced In 18E3 by organl- 
zauoii of Washington teiritory. Admitted as a state in 1860 with ares rediioed to 
present limits. 

* PZKNSTLVANLA.— Includes 314 square miles ceded to the United States by 
New York in 1781 and sold to Pennsylrania In 1792. 

« South Dakota.— Organized as a state from part of Dakota tenitory and ad- 
mitted to Uuion in 1880. (See note 61.) 

« Tennessek.— Organized as Territory South of the River Ohio in 1790 from area 
ceded in that year to United States by North Carolina, together with 5,290 squsib 
miles of territory ceded In 1787 by Boath CaroUna (now in northern MlssisslQit, 
Alabama, and Oecrgia); admitted as a state, with boundaries as at present, in 1796. 

« Texas.— Independent repablio of Texas annexed and admitted to Union as 
a state in 1845. Then included area now constituting partlons of New M***^ 
Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and small part of southern Wyoming. Present 
boundaries established In I860. 

* Utah.— Organized as a territory in 1860 Imm region ceded by Mexico in 1848; 
then indudod area now constituting western Colorado, southwestern Wyomlii& 
and greater part of Nevada; area reduced by organization of Colorado and Nerafi 
territories in 1861 and Idaho territory in 1863, by transfers of territory to Nerad* In 
1861 and 1860, and by organization of Wyomiiif territory in 1868, leaving Utah with 
present boundaries. Area shown for 1880 refers to 1861. Admitted as a stateln 1890. 

>• Vermont.— Independent repubUc of Vermont admitted to Union as a stats 
hi 1791. 

•■ VmoiNU.— Ares shown for 1790 excludes area of Kentucky, ornnlsed fiom 
Virginia in 1792; area reduced in 1791 by formation of District of Oohimbfat; In 
1846 part of District of Columbia south of Potomac River letroceded to Vlrglnls; 
area shown for 1860 and prior yean indudes present area of West Vbginfi, ad- 
mitted as a separate state in 1863. 

u WASHmoTON.— Organized as a territory in 1853 from part of Oregon territory: 
then included area now constituting northern Idaho and Montana west of crest o( 
Rocky Mountains; area extended In 18S9 by addition of regicn now constituting 
southern Idaho and Wyoming west of crest of Bocky Mountains, formerly part « 
Oregon territory; area reduced to present limits in 1863 by organization of Idaho 
traritcry. Admitted as a state in 1880. 

"West VBonnA.—Fcnnedfrcsn part of Virginia and admitted as a state in 1868. 

M Wisconsin.— Organized as a territory in 1838 from part of Michigan tenitory; 
then Included area now constitutlngMinnesota, Iowa, and North and Sooth Dakota 
east of Missouri and White Earth Blven; area reduced In 1838 by organixatian of 
Iowa territory; area Aown for ISU indudes that now eonstltattng part of Minne- 
sota northeast of Mississippi River; admitted as a state in 1848. 

H Wtowng.— Organised as a tenitory in 1868 Iran Dakota and Idaho territories; 
admitted as a stateln 1800. 

voirs. 

« Regioi between OUo Md IThiliiiliilil M<«s and Oraat Itdras, together with 
drainage basin of Red River oi the Ner&, named, In 1787, Tenttar Norihwest of 
the Ohio River; then oomprlsad area now constituting Ohio, Tnnlan^ DUnois, 
Michigan, Wisconsin, northeastern and northwestern Mliuierota, normem and 
eastern North Dakota, and small section ol ngrthSHlfni Bontfa Dakota. Area 
greatly reduced by organization of Indiana territory ui uOO. Area shown for 1800 
e.vdudes that of Ohio, admitted as a state in 1803. 

•• Ceded to United States in 1787 by South Carolina; Inehided in Territory South 
of the River Ohio from 1790 to 1796; now In northern Oeorgla, MMsslppl, and 
Alabama. (See note 47.) 

M Farmed from Louisiana Purchase: known as Louisiann territory from 1«05 to 
1812 and as Missouri territory from 1812 to 1.S31. Area shown for 1810 comprised all 
of original Louisiana Purehase exc«pt t<^rrltory of Orleans 1 later state ol Louisiana) 
and 0,880 aouare miles in dlq;)ute between I nited States and Spain, attached to 
Mississippi twritory in 1812. {See map tollowinK p. (i.) Part taken to form 
Arkansas territory (including greater ]iart of iiresent area of > klaboma) in 1819; 
1,518 square miles of territory gained by treaty n-ith Spain added in IS19: ])art taken 
to form state of Missouri In ISl'l : part north ol Missouri and r>a.st of Missouri and 
White Earth Rivers annexed to Michigan territory iu IM34; reiiuunder known as 
Indian Country from 1831 to 1851. Area .'<bown for 1S21) excludes that ol state of 
Missouri, admitted to Union in 1821. (Bee note 60.) 

•• Comprised, in 1830, areas detached tiom Arkansas territory In 1814 and 1838; 
from I83i to 1850, that part of Loubiaiu Parohass Mne west of westem boondaries 
of Arkansas and Missouri and weet of Missouri and White Earth Rivers; from 1860 
to 1851 included also part of original area of Texas and part of territory ceded bj 
Mexico in 1818. Upon organization of territories of Kansas and Nebraska in 1864 
area of Indian Country was reduced to that of Indian Territory, now Oklahsott. 
(See map following p. 6.) 

« Organized In 1861 bom part of Nebraska territory and from naorganiied teni- 
tory included In Minnesota territory from 1840 to 1858; at time of onanlzation In- 
cludad those parts of Hon tana and Wyoming lying east of crest of Rooky Mountains. 
Area west otpresent western boundaries of North and South Dakota transferred to 
territory of Idaho in 1863; greater part of present area of Wyoming tran^srred <« 
Dakota in 1861; western boundary established st present western umlts of North 
and SmMIi Dakota In 1868, upon organizatioo of Wyoming tenttory; small ank 
annexed to Nebnaka In 1882. (Seenota841and46.) 



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POPTTI.ATIOIT VXB. SOU ABB VIsLE. 

TTsited States as a whole. — Table 15 shows, for the 
United States exclusive of outlying possessions, the 
total population, land area in square miles, and 
density of population, or population per square mile of 
land area, at each census from 1790 to 1920; and the 
diagram below also shows the density of population 
at each census. 

The decrease in density between 1800 and 1810 and 
between 1840 and 1850 was due in each case to large 
accessions of sparsely popidated territory. With these 
exceptions, the number of inhabitants per square mile 
has increased during each decade from 4.5 in 1790 to 
36.5 in 1920. 

Tablr 15. — Population pbr Squahb Mile, tok the United 
States, Exclusive of Outlying f'ossEssioNs: 1790-1920. 



;^,; CENSVS TEAR. 


Population. 


T^nd area 

in squaro 

miles. 


Popula- 
tion per 
square 
mile. 


1920 

1910 


105,710,620 

91,972,286 

75,994,575 

62,947,714 

,V),1.'V5.783 

:)N, 558,371 

31.143,321 

23,191.876 

17,(169,453 

12.866,020 

0,638,453 

7,239,881 

5.308,483 

3,929,214 


2,973,774 
2,973,890 
2,974,1.59 
2,97:t,965 
2,973,965 
2,973,96.5 
2,973,9a5 
2,944,337 
1.753,588 
1,753,588 
1,753.,»8 
1,686.865 
867. 9S0 
867,980 


35.5 
30.9 


UOO 


25. » 


iseo 


21.2 


1880 


16. 9 


1870 


13.0 


1880 


10.* 


1850 


7.9 


1840 


9.T 


1830 


7.3 


1820 

1810 

18C0 

179a 


S.S 
4.3 
6.1 
4.5 



Population per Square Mile: 1790-1920. 



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DiTisions and states. — The population per square 
mile in the United States and in each state and ter- 
ritory at each census from 1790 to 1920, inclusive, is 
shown in Table 18 (p. 31). In preparing this table 
the population of each state or territory as returned 
at a given census has been divided by the land area in 
square miles of the state or territory as constituted at 
the time that census was taken. This in certain cases 



differed greatly from the present area of the state, and 
in some instances the enumerators did not canvass the 
entire area of a territory. For example, in 1850 the 
greater part of the region now constituting Arizona was 
a part of the territory of New Mexico, but was not 
canvassed by the enumerators. In computing the 
density of population of New Mexico in 1850, however, 
the total land area of the territory as then constituted 
has been used as the divisor. 

Population per Square Hile, bt States: 1920 and 1910. 




Table 16 shows, for each geographic division and 
each state, the population and land area in 1920 and 
the density of population, or population per square 
mile, for each of the last three censuses. The den- 
sity of population for the last two censuses is shown 
also by the diagram above and by the maps on 
page 30. The density of population for counties in 
1920 is indicated by the map headed "Population 
per square mile, by counties: 1920," on page 88. 



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Tablk 16. — ^Population per Square Mile, by Ditisions and 

States: 1920, 1910, and 1900. ,, .,; ;jii;, 

[Based on Table 8, p. 20, and Table 14, p. 2(j.) 



DirKON AKD STATE. 



United state! 

OEOUBAPHIC I1IVL1ION9 : 

New England 

Middle .\tlautlo. 

East .North Central 

West Norlh ContT»L 

South Atlantic 

East South Central 

West South Central 

Mouotain 

Pacific *•■ - : V 

New Esoland: W^^- 

Maine .'S.^. 

Newpiampshlre I.... 

Vernioii t 

UassAchusctts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut , . 

Mn>DLE Atlantic: 

New York 

NewUcrscy 

PonnBylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiatm 

IlUnds 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West Nortu Central: 

Minneaota 

Iowa. 

Missouri 

Nortll Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebriska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland ..„.. 

District o( Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virgiiua 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia , — 

Florida 

Eaot SolTH Central: 

Kentlicky , 

Tennessee 

Alabdma , 

Mississippi 

West Sol-tb Centbal: 

.\rkansa.'i , 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma!..'....^ .'... 

Texas V : 

Mountain; 

Montana , 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah. 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Wasliiugton 

Oregon 

CalUoitla 



Popula- 
tion: 
1920 



106,710,620 2.973,771 



Landarea 

(square 

miles): 

IIMO 



7,400,909 
22,2U1,144 
21, «5. :M 
12,514,241; 
13,990,272 

8,893,307 
10, 242, 2Z4 

3,336,101 

S,S66,871 



7ftS,014 
443,0«l 
J53,tt8 

S,8S2,35ii 
604,397 

1,&<)0,63L 

10,385,227 
3,1.55,900 
8,720,017 

S,73»,3»4 

2,o:io,3ao 

6,«B5,280 
3,868,412 
2,6(2,067 

2,387,123 
2^401,(01 
8,404, AM 
646,872 
634,547 
1,200,372 
1,789,257 

223,003 
l,44a,«61 

437, 571 
2, 309, 187 
1, 463, 701 
2, 559, 123 
1,683,724 
2,895.832 

968,470 

2,416,630 
2,337,885 
2, 348, 174 
1,790,618 

1,752,204 
1, 798, 509 
2,028,283 
4,663,228 

.148, 8,89 
431,866 
194, 402 
939,6-29 
360,350 
334,162 
449,396 
77,407 

1, 356, 621 

783,389 

3, 428, 861 



01,976 
ItXl.OOO 
24fi,a64 
510, S04 
■209,071 
179,509 
429,746 
850,009 
318,095 



29,805 
0,031 
9,124 

8,039 
1,067 
4,820 

47.654 
7,614 
44,832 

40,740 

36,015 
.■»,043 
57,480 
65,296 

30,858 
55,5sti 
68,727 
70,183 
76,868 
76,808 
81,774 

1,965 
■ 9,941 
60 
40,262 
24,022 
48,740 
30,495 
5St723 
.54,861 

40, 181 
41,687 
51,279 
46,362 

52,525 
4.5,409 
69,414 
202,398 

146,131 
83,354 
97,548 
103,658 
122,503 
113,810 
82,184 
109,821 

66,836 
95,607 
155,652 



population per square 

UILE. 



1920 



35.5 



119.4 
2216 
87. i 
24.6 
.5-2.0 
49.5 
23.8 
3.9 
17.S 



28.7 
49.1 

38.6 
479.2 
566.4 
286.4 

217.9 

420.0 
1»4.5 

)4).4 
81.3 

115.7 
63.8 
47.6 

•!».B 
4-J.2 
49.5 
9.2 
8.3 
16.9 
21.6 

113.5 
i46.« 
,292.9 
57.4 
60.9 
52.5 
55.2 
19.3 
17.7 

eai 

56.1 
45.8 
33.6 

33.4 
:i9.6 
29.2 
17.8 

3.8 
5.2 
2.0 
9.1 
■2.9 
2.9 
5.5 
0.7 

2a3 

8.2 

22.0 



1910 



30J 



105.7 
193.2 
74.3 
2-2.8 
45.3 
46.8 
20.4 
3.1 
13.2 



24.8 
47.7 

39.0 
41,8.8 
808.5 
231.3 

191.2 
337.7 
171.0 

117. 
74.9 

100.6 
48.9 
42.2 

■25.7 

4ao 

47. « 

8.2 

7.6 

15.5 

20.7 

103.0 
130.8 

5, 517. 8 
51.2 

sas 

45.3 

49.J 

.44.4 

13.7 

57.0 
62.4 
41.7 
38.8 

30.0 
.If). 5 
23.9 
14.8 

2.6 
3.9 
1.5 
7.7 
2.7 
1.8 
4.5 
0.7 

17.1 
7.0 
15.3 



1900 



25.« 



90.2 

154.5 

65,2 

2a3 

38.8 

4'2.0 

15.2 

1.9 

7.6 



23.2 

45.6 
37.7 
349.0 
401.6 
188.5 

132.5 
250.7 
140.6 

102.1 

70.1 
86.1 
42.1 
37.4 

21.7 
40.2 
48.2 
4.5 
.5.2 
13.9 
18.0 

94.0 
- U9.6 
4,645.3 
46.1 
39.9 
38.9 
44.0 
37.7 



53.4 
48.5 
35.7 
33.9 

25.0 
30.4 
U.4 
11.6 

1.7 
1.9 

ao 

6.2 
1.6 
1.1 
3.4 
0.4 

7.8 
4.3 
9.5 



1 Includes population of Indian Territory tor 1900. 

Table 17 lists the states (disregarding the District 
of Columbia) in the order of their density of popu- 
lation in 1920. 

In five states the density of population in 1920 was 
more than 200 per square mile; in five other states, 
between 100 and 200; in one state, slightly more than 
80; in 26 states, between 15 and 65; and in 11 states, 
less than 10. 

The combined population (42,453,437) of the 10 
states having more than 100 inhabitants per square 



mile and of the District of Columbia in 1920 con- 
stituted slightly more than two-fiftha (40.2 per 
cent) of tlie total population of feUe-UHited-Stetes, 
while their combined land area (222,675 sqUare 
miles) represented hardly more than one-fourteenth 
(7.5 per cent) of the entire land area of the couatry. 



Table 17. — Populatios per Square Mile 
OF Rank: 1920, 



, FOR STATia IN OIrdx 



Rhode Island... . 

Massachusetts 

New Jersej' 

Connecticut 

New York 

Pennsylvania.. . . 

Maryland 

Ohio „. 

lUiriois 7.. 

Delaware ;. 

Indiana i . 

Michigan 

West Virginia.... 

Kentucky 

Virginia j. 

Tennessee 4. 

South Carolina, .^w* 

Nortn Carolina 

Missouri ., 

Oeorgla ..,'.. 

New Hampshire.'^-. .i,-... 
WLicnnsin. ., .-.-^...J... 

Alabama .f. .^ . . 

Iowa y 



Popula- 
tion per 
square 
mile. 



566.4 

479.2 

420.0 

286.4 

217.9 

194.5 

148.8 

141.4 

115.7 

I 113.5 

81. .'t 

63.9 

60.9 

60.1 

57.4 

56. 1 

66.2 

..ttr* 

49.5 

49.3 

49.1 

47.6 

45.8 

4.3.2 



I -"^Iaie; 



X. 



P^ula- 

I tldn per 
square 
mile. 






■■/■ 

■r- 



Louisiana jc. 

.Mississippi ^,. 

Vermont .',... 

Arkansas... ./ 

Miiuiesota 

Oklahoma 

Maine , 

CaUfoniia 

Kaniyis, A 

Washington 

Texas J. 

Florida -....j: 

Nebraska ..i 

North Dakota.. 

Colorado. 

SoutH'Dakota. . . c ;r: a. .<.':Tl 
:oa .•.u;t,'.!/j.w... 



Idaho kJ.'. .... . . .■.:„.). 

Montana »..i.i.4.;5. 

Arizona - . . . . ^. ^ . .-.j. 

New Mexico - •.^•■iinr 

Wyoming ■ ! .:.i!.ES3. 

Nevada ui...i*.IOa. 



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39.6 
S8.6 
38.6 
33.4 
29. S 
29.3 
2S.7 
22L0 
21. S 
2a3 
17.8 
17.7 
16.9 
1.8 
9.1 
8.3 
&2 
8.5 
fi.2 
3.8 
2.9 
2l9 
3,0 

a? 



The n states having fewer than 10 inhabitants: per 
square mile are all west of (he Mississippi River, 8 
being in the Mountain division (constituting its entire 
area), 2 in the West Xorth Central division, and 1 in the 
Pacific division. Tlie combined land area ()f these 11 
states (1,101,667 square mile?) forms almost tliree- 
eighths (37 per cent) of the entire land area of the 
United States, while their combined population 
(5,402,909) represented only about one-twentieth (5.1 
per cent) of the total population of the country in 1920. 

The density of population of the several outlying 
possessions in 1920 was as follows: Alaska, one-tenth 
of 1 per square mile; American Samoa, 104.6; Guam, 
63.2; Hawaii, 39.7; Panama Canal Zone,' 64; Porto 
Rico, 378.4; Philippine Islands,^ 90; Virgin Islands,' 
197.4. The densitj- of population of Alaska is only 
about one-seventh as great as that for Nevada, the 
most sparsely populated state. American Samoa is 
nearly as denselj* populated as Delaware; Guam and 
the Panama Canal Zone may be compared with Mich- 
igan; Hawaii, with Louisiana; Porto Rico, with New 
Jersey; the Philippine Islands, with Indiana; and the 
Virgin Islands, with Pennsylvania. 

' In calculating the density of population for the Panama Canal 
Zone and for the Virgin Islands the land area has been used, but 
for the otlier outlying possessions the land area has not been com- 
puted, and the density figures are therefore based on the gross area. 
The density stated for the Virgin Isliuids refers to Nov. 1, 19X7. 

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POPULATION PER SQUARE MILE, BY STATES: 19». 




POPULATION PER SQUARE MILE, BY STATES: 1910. 




POPUHTION PER 
SQUABE MILE. 



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tun itot 

^ 6 to 18 
IStotf 
BZI 45tol0 
gIP 90 and over. 
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Taslk 1«.— population PER 8QUAEE MILE, BY STATES: 1790-1920. 

(BaMd ou TablH 8 and 14j 



SI 



J'Jt ri,, 1 1 .1 1. , 1 ,■ 
SIATB. 


IMO 


1910 


noo 


1880 


1880 


1870 


18W 


1880 


1848 


■ 
1880 


1838 


HN 


18W 


1700 


TIUtodStetM 


3t.i 


39.9 


86.8 


tLt 


M.9 


u.e 


U.I 

118 


7.9 


9.7 


7.3 


l.i 


4.8 


11 


4.f 






Ahlwim 


418 
%9 
314 
210 
11 

3814 

1115 

7,2919 

17.7 

413 

12 
U&7 
«1.3 
412 
2L6 

611 
318 
217 

618 
215 
316 

415 
18 

119 
17 

411 

4310 

19 

217.9 

52.5 

12 

14L4 
213 

13 

1*4» 

8814 

513 

13 

511 
17.8 
5.5 
316 
57.4 

313 

619 

47.6 

10 


41.7 

1.8 

310 

113 

7.7 

331.3 

1010 

5,817.8 

117 

444 

19 
1016 
749 
410 
217 

57.0 
315 
348 
1313 
4118 

419 

317 
318 

47.9 
16 

118 
17 

47.7 

337.7 

17 

191.3 
413 

13 

7.0 
171.0 
5015 
417 

7.6 

514 
14 8 
45 
310 
51.2 

17.1 

518 

412 

1.5 


317 
1.1 

210 
15 
12 

1815 

94.0 

4,6413 

16 

37.7 

1.9 
811 

mi 

412 
110 

514 
314 
212 
1118 
MIO 

411 
31.7 
315 
413 
1.7 

119 

14 

416 

3817 

L6 

1515 

319 

45 

in 

43 

1416 

401.6 

440 

13 

415 

11.6 
14 
J(7.7 
411 

7.8 
319 
37.4 

19 


215 
18 

21.5 
7.8 
40 

'ill 

3,9713 

31.3 

1.1 
613 
61.1 
344 
17.5 

413 
246 
211 
1049 
278.5 

314 

310 
1.0 

118 

14 

41.7 

1913 

1.3 

1310 
313 

17 

!t\ 

45 

414 
15 
2.6 

314 

41.1 

13 
31.8 
316 

16 


24 6 
14 

113 
15 
1.9 

1212 
74 6 

3,oea.i 

49 
28.3 

14 
510 
511 
212 
113 

41.0 
20k7 
21.7 
940 
221.8 

215 
17 
244 
31.6 
13 

19 
16 
314 

1515 
1.0 

1017 
317 

%5 


' 114 
11 
12 
16 
14 

III. 5 

•16 

^3717 

30.3 

13 
414 

418 

21.5 

45 

319 
110 
21.0 
78.6 
181.3 

316 
14 
17.9 
310 
11 

1.6 

14 

312 

1316 

17 

910 
210 

?l4 


110 


11.5 


" 'lo' 


15 


1 ■ 










Artenns 


13 
14 
13 

915 

57.1 

1,3945 

16 

110 


40 
16 


1.9 


16 


11 


(') 






CAJIfaniia , 






Colndo 















CoDMCtlOIlt 


719 

416 

891.2 

1.6 

15.4 


61.3 

817 

488.7 

1.0 

11.8 


61.8 

311 

4416 

16 

18 


57.1 

37.0 

867.1 


5l3 
87. • 
3810 


181« 


414 




311 


PhtrM of Cohinbia 




Florida 




Oeorfla 


18 


43 


1.8 


16 


Wn»>» 




nUmis 


316 

37.6 

111 

1.3 

218 
116 
2L0 
611 
151 1 

110 

11 

17.1 

. 17.3 

13 
11 
311 
814 
14 

81.4 
314 

%.4 


112 
27.5 
15 


1( 

111 
13 


zT 

16 


1.0 
41 


11 
16 


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Indtena 




Iowa , 




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ITmtnrlnr 


24 4 
1L4 
115 
516 
1217 

' 19 

^1 
19 


19.4 
7.8 
118 
47.3 
91.7 

17 


17.1 
48 
U4 
410 
719 

12 


140 
14 
110 
4L0 
811 

<•) 


111 
13 
7.7 
313 
<17 

0^1 


S.S 


1.8 


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Maine 


11 
344 
Si.1 


13 


Maniand 


810 


WanadinMtti 


411 






■tniimmt* , 






If fanlmlnpi 


11 
16 


19 
11 


1.0 


14 


0.3 




Missoon 




Mnntafia.... 







Nfibranka 




Harada... -••^ - 


















312 
612 
13 

610 
17.8 


417 


318 
417 


■37.0 

310 


33.7 
317 


St 


117 




345 


NmrUtodm. 




Naw Yflrk 


51.0 
lit 


413 
111 


218 
HI 


30.1 
IL4 


114 
18 


7.1 


North Paknta 


11 


Ohio 


41» 


31.* 


33.3 


145 


17 


1.1 








SSIE&hi^tih 


915 
2512 
816 

(•) 

37.0 
11 
1.8 
814 
37.6 

1.1 
217 
33.8 

12 


1.0 
716 

^I 

<•) 

313 
11 

314 

14 
114 
111 

11 


C) 

216 
13 
13 

845 

348 

11 


138.3 
21.9 














aii 

1010 
115 


311 

91.1 
111 


3B.4 

77,8 
MS 


ni 

72,1 
110 


114 

ft! 


17 


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241 
18 

•^4 
211 


119 


114 


111 


13 


15 


0.S 




















VflniMat..» 


810 

lis 


119 


116 


*3ii 

113 


"■"iiT 

117 


9.4 




11.6 






W^tVirriiila. . 
















WtiNviflln.... 


140 


15 


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> LandaraalDcladcdin Looiaiana tenltiicy. 

> Leas than omytenth of 1. 

ACBBS PE& INHABITAKT. 
XTnited States as a whole.-p^The density of popula- 
tion may be indicated also by average area per in- 
habitant, expressed in acres. This average for the 
United States has been reduced from 30.2 acres in 1890 
to 25 in 1900, to 20.7 in 1910, and to 18 in 1920, the 
total reduction for 30 years being about 40 per cent. 



> Dakota t«Tit«ry: 1880, 0.9; 1870, 11; 1880, 1«M than an«.«tnth of 1. 
< Oklahoma and imdian Tarritory comhlned. 

Division* and states. — Table 19 shows, by divisions 
and states, the total population and the land area 
in acres in 1920 and the number of acres per inhab- 
itant in 1920, 1910, and 1900. The changes in the 
number of acres per inhabit«nt are, of course, simply 
the converse of those in the number of inhabitants 
per square mile. 



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Table 19.— NUMBBR OF ACRES PER INHABITANT, BY DIVISIONS ANDBTAUES: IWD, 1910, AND 1900. 



vmaKm and mtj%. 



VattadStetM... 

Okooraphic divisions: 

New Knffland 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Contral. 

West Norlh Central 

South Atlantic 

East South Central. 

West South Central 

Mountain 

Paclflc 

New Enolakd: 

Maine 

N«ir HMnpshlre. . . . 
- Vermont 

UaasadHisetts. . 

SlMde Island 

Connecticut 

Hn>DLB AnANTic: 

NevYork 

NewJenejr , 

Pennsylvania 

Ea«r NosmCEMlKAL: 

Ohio 

. Indiana..;. 

ainois-. 

Mlrfilptn 

WIsconaln. 

WwT NOMB CnmuL: 

Minnesota 

• Iowa. .■ 

Missouri. 

North Ddcota 

' fioutli Di^ota. .' 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



PopulBtion: 
IKO 



IN, no, CM 

7,4oo,m 

22, 281, 114 
31,475,543 
12,544,249 
13,990,272 
8,893,397 
10,242,224 
3,330,101 
S,5«6,871 



768,014 
443,063 
352,428 

3,8S2,3ie 
e04,397 

1,380,631 

10,385,217 
3,155,906 
8,720,017 

5,750,394 
2,930,390 
6,486,280 
8,668,412 
2,632,067 

2,387,125 
2,404,621 
3,404,666 
646,372 
636,547 
1,296,372 
1,769,257 



Land area 

In acres: 

ISSO 



l,t6S,tU,8«0 

39,664,640 
64,000,000 
157,160,960 
326,914,560 
172,205,440 
114,885,760 
276,087,440 
849,765,760 
203,580,800 



19,132,800 
5,779,840 
5,839,360 
5,144,960 
682,880 
3,064,800 

30,498,560 
4,308,960 
28,692,480 

26,073,600 
23,068,800 
35,867,520 
36,787,200 
35,363,840 

51,749,120 
35,575,640 
43,985,280 
44,»17,120 
49,1*5,520 
48,157,120 
52,335,360 



ACBESrEB nraABRAHT. 



1980 lUO 1900 



18.0 

5.4 

2.9 

7.3 

26.1 

12.3 

12.9 

26.9 

164.8 

36.6 



24.9 
13.0 
16.6 
1.3 
1.1 
2.2 

2.9 
1.5 
3.3 

43 

7.9 
5.5 

lao 

13.4 

21.7 
14.8 
12.9 
69. 4 
77.3 
37.9 
29.6 



10.7 

6.1 

3.3 

8.6 

28.1 

14.1 

13.7 

31.3 

208.8 

48.6 



tt.O 



25.8 
1X4 
16.4 
1.5 
1.3 
2.8 

3.3 
1.9 
3.7 

6.5 
8.5 
0.4 
13.1 
15.2 

24.9 
16.0 
13.4 
77.8 
84.3 
41.2 
31.0 



27.6 
11.0 
X7.0 
1.8 
1.6 
3.4 

4.2 
2.6 
4.6 

6.3 
9.1 
7.4 
15.2 
17.1 

29.5 
15.9 
14.3 

14a 7 

122.5 
48.1 
35.6 



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Fopulatioo: 



Land area 

in acres: 

1920 



South Atlantic 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia. 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

East .South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tenue.'^seo 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Wkst south Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma... 

Texas...: 

MotraTAiN: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

PACinc: 

WasJiington 

Oregon 

California 



323,003 
1,449,661 

437; 571 
2,3081187 
1,463,701 
2,550,123 
1,683,721 
2,88^832 

968,470 

2,416,630 
2,337,885 
2,34SL174 
1,790,618 

1,712,204 
1,796,508 
2,028^283 

K,m,va 

518,889 

431,866 
194,402 
999,629 
3601350 
394,103 
4^396 
77; M7 

1,356,621 

7^389 

3,436,861 



1,257,600 
6,362,240 
%,400 
25,767,680 
15,374,080 
31,183,600 
19,516,800 
37,584,000 
35,111,040 

25,715,840 
26,679,680 
32,818,560 
29,671,680 

33,616,000 
29,061,760 
44.424,900 
167,934,720 

98,523,840 
53,34^S60 
62,430,720 
66,341,120 
78,401,920 
72,838,400 
62,597,760 
70,285,440 

42,775,040 
61,188,480 
99,617,280 



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5.0 
4.4 

ai 
11.3 
las 
12,3 
11.6 

ULO 

86.3 

ia6 
11.4 

14.0 
16.6 

19.2 
16; 3 
21.9 
36.0 

17a 4 
123.6 
321.1 
7a6 
217.6 
218.0 
117.0 
908.0 

31.6 
78.1 
36.1 



6.3 
4.9 

ai 

13.5 
12r6 
Ii.1 
IZ» 
Hi 
46.7 

U.2 
1X3 
15.S 
16.5 

3L4 
17. J 
26.8 
43.1 

248.8 
163.8 
427.9 
83.0 
239.5 
356.1 
140. 9 
868L4 

37.5 
91.0 
«L« 



6.8 

w 

13.9 
16.0 
16. S 
14. S 
17.0 
6A.4 

IZO 
U.3 
17. » 
19.1 

25.6 
21.0 
56.3 
65.1 

3SC5 
329.8 
075.0 
122.9 
40Li 
592.7 

uai 
i,e6a2 

82.» 
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CENTEB OF POPTJXATIOK iLlTD KEDIAV UFES.' 



- On the basis of the Fourteenth Census returns the 
center of population and the median point for the 
United States have been determined for January 1, 
1920. In these calculations no account is taken of 
the area and population of Alaska and of other 
outlying territory. The location of the center at 



the dates of the several censuses from 1790 to 1920 
and the movement of the point from census to census 
are indicated by the tables and maps of this section, 
which includes also a map on which are drawn the 
median parallel of latitude and the median meridian of 
longitude for 1920. 



' Definition o{ tefms. — The tetm "center of population" as used 
in census publications has a somewhat technical significance, 
different from that frequently attached to it. The center is often 
understood to be the point of intersection of a north and south 
line which divides the population equally, with an east and west 
line which likewise divides it equally. This point of intersection 
is, in a certain sense, a center of population; it is here, however, 
designated the median point to distinguish it from the point tech- 
nically defined as the center. 

The center of population may be said to represent the center of 
gravity of the population. If the surface of the United States be 
considered as a neid level plane without weight, capable of bus- 
taiuing the population distributed thereon, individuals being 
assumed to be of equal weight and the plane to be supported, as 
on a pivotal point, at its center of pavity, the influence of each 
individual in maintaining the equilibrium of the plane would be 
directly proportional to his distance from the pivotal point or center 
of gravity. This is the point referred to by the term "center of 
population" as used in this chapter. The median point, on the 
other hand, is in no sense a center of gravity but may be described 
as the numerical center of population. In determining the median 
point, distance is not taken into account, and the location of the 
units of population is considered only in relation to the intersecting 
median lines — as being north or south of the median parallel and 
east or west of the median meridian. Extensive changes in the 
geographic distribution of the population may take place without 
affecting the median point, whereas the center of population 
responds to the slightest population change in any section of the 
country. To illustrate, since the median point hes east of Min- 
nesota, a million persons could move from Minnesota to Oregon 
without affecting the median point, while the removal of 500 persons 
from one town in Indiana to another, across the' north and south 
line passing through the median point, would change the location 
of the point. On the other hand, the removal of a million persons 
from Minnesota to Oregon would have a very considerable effect 
on the center of population, since, in terms of the above analogy, 
the influence of each individual in maintaining the equilibrium of 
ttie plane would increase in proportion to his distance from the cen- 



ter of gmvity. If all the people in the United States were to be 
assembled at one place, the center of population would be the point 
which they could reach with the minimum aggregate travel, assum- 
ing that they all traveled in direct lines from their residences to 
the meeting place. This would not be true of the median point. 

Method of determining the center of population. — In locating the 
center of population it is first assumed to be approximately at a 
certain point. Through this point a parallel and a meridian are 
drawn, crossing the entire country. In determining the center of 
population in 1920 the same point was selected as in 1910, namety, 
the intersection of the parallel of 39 d^rees north latitude with the 
meridian of 86 degrees west longitude, which lines were taken as the 
axes of moments. 

The product of the population of a given area by its distance from 
the assumed parallel is called a north or south moment, and the 
product of the population of the area by its distance from the 
assumed meridian is called an east or west moment. In calculating 
north and south moments the distances are measured in minutes 01 
latitude; in calculating east and west moments it is necessary to use 
miles, on account of the unequal length of the d^;rees and minutes 
of longitude in different latitudes. The population of the country 
is grouped by "square d^xees" — that is, by areas included be- 
tween consecutive parallels and meridians — as they are convenient 
units with which to work. The population of the principal cities 
is then deducted from that of the respective square degrees in which 
they lie, and treated separately. The center of population of each 
square degree is assumed to be at its geographical center, except 
where such an assumption is manifestly incorrect; in these cases 
the pKisition of the center of population of the square degree is esti- 
mated as nearly as possible. The population of each square degree 
north or south of the assumed parallel is multiplied by the distance 
of its center from that parallel; a similar calculation is made for the 
principal cities; and the sum of the north moments and the sum of 
the south moments are ascertained. The difference between these 
two stuns, divided by the total population of the country, gives a 
correction to the latitude. In a similar manner the sums of the east 
and of the west moments are ascertained and from them the correc- 
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Center of population: 1920. — At the Fourteenth 
Census the center of population was in the following 
position: 

Latitude aS'WiV'Ti. 

LongHude 86»43'15"W. 

This point is in southwestern Indiana, in Owen 
County, 1.9 miles west of Whitehall, Clay township, 
and 8.3 miles south-southeast of Spencer, Washington 
township, as shown by the map on page 33. 

During the last decade, 1910 to 1920, the center of 
population moved westward 10' 55", approximately 
9.8 miles, and northward 9", or approximately two- 
tenths of a mile. This was the least movement ever 
made by the center of population in any decade since 
1790, and was only about one-fourth as great as its 
movement between 1900 and 1910. (See Table 20, 
below.) The increase in the population of New York, 
Pennsylvania, and certain other states north of the 
thirty-ninth parallel has substantially coimterbalanced 
the increase in Texas, Oklahoma, and southern Cali- 
fornia. The advance toward the west is due largely 
to the increase in the population of the Pacific Coast 
states — particularly California, whose population was 
greater by more than 1,000,000 in 1920 than in 1910 — 
their distance from the center giving any increase of 
population in those states much greater weight than 
an equal increase in the populous eastern states, 
which are nearer the center. The cities of Seattle, 
San Francisco, and Los Angeles, with a combined 
population of 1,398,661, exert a greater influence on 
the location of the center of population than the cities 
of Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Cleveland, Philadel- 
phia, and Pittsburgh, with a combined population of 
5,197,624. 

The northward movement of the center of popula- 
tion since 1900 has been very slight^ having amounted 
to only about nine-tenths of a mile. 



Location of center at prior censuses. — Table 20 and 
the map on page 35 show the location of the center of 
population and its proximity to important places at 
eadi Federal census. 

In the period of 130 years, from 1790 to 1920, the 
center of population advanced westward 567 miles 
from its position in 1790, 23 miles east of Baltimore. 
The progress westward from census to c^isus has been 
uninterrupted, being greatest, 80.6 miles, diu-ing the 
decade 1850-1860, and least, 9.8 miks, during the 
decade 1910-1920. 

The net advance southward during this period of 
130 years was only 7.5 m£es. The position of the 
center in 17d0 was the extreme northern point, and 
the portion in 1830 the extreme southern point, occu- 
pied at any of the several censuses from 1790 to 1920, 
the distance separating the parallels passing through 
these points being only 21v5 miles. The closeness 
with which the center throu^out its progress west- 
ward has (dung to tiie thirty-ninth paralld of latitude 
is remarkable. In 1790 it was Itos than 20 miles north 
of this parallel, and in 1830 less than-2.5 miles south 
of it. ' 

In each of the first four decades, from 1790 to 1830, 
the cemteT moyed westward and southward, the aggre- 
gate advance westward during this period of 40 years 
being 166.6 miles, and the aggregate advance south- 
ward, as noted above, 21.5 miles. Diuring the nine 
decades from 1830 to 1920 the center of population 
moved northward and southward, but considering the 
period as a whole the net deviation from the course 
due west was very slight. The aggregate advance 
westward during this period of 90 years was 400.4 
miles, while the net advance northward was only 14.1 
miles. In traversing this distance the deviations 
north and south from a course due west were confined 
to the very narrow range of 16.1 miles. 



Table 20.— POSITION OF THE CENTER OF POPULATION: 1790 TO 1920. 



MOVEMENT m MILES DtlUmO 
PKECBDIMO DECADE. 



CBNSDS TEAR. 



AFPBOZOiATE LOCATIOi; BT IMPORTANT TOVNS. 



North latitude. We«t longitude. 



1790 
1800 
1810 

1820 
1830 
1840 
1850 
1860 
1870 
1880 
1890 
1900 
1910 

1920 



From 

point to 

point in 

direct 

line. 



39 


16 


30 


76 


11 


12 


39 


16 


6 


76 


56 


30 


39 


11 


30 


77 


37 


12 . 


39 


5 


42 


78 


33 





38 


57 


54 


79 


16 


54 


39 








80 


18 





38 


59 





81 


19 





39 





24 


82 


48 


48 


39 


12 





83 


36 


42 


39 


4 


8 


84 


39 


40 


39 


11 


56 


85 


32 


53 . 


39 


9 


36 


85 


48 


54 


39 


10 


12 


86 


32 


20 , 


39 


10- 


21 


86 


49 


15- • 



23 miles eaet of Baltimore, Md 

18 miles west of Baltimore, Md ._ 

40 miles nca'thwest by west of Washington, D. C. 

(in Va.). 
16 miles east of Moorefield, W. Va.' 

19 miles west-soothwest of Moorefield, W. V».' 

16 miles south of Olarksbuig, W. Va.' 

23 miles southeast of Parkersburg, "W. Va.' 

20 miles south by east of Chillicothe, Ohio 

48 miles east by north of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

8 miles -west by south of Cincinnati, Ohio (in Ky . ) . . 

20 miles east of Coliunbus, Ind .' 

6 miles southeast of Columbus, Ind ---•, 

In the city of Bloomington, Ind „ 39,0 

il.9 miles west of Whitehall, Clay township, Owen :■ 
, County, Ind. . . _ 

8.3 miles south-southeast of Spencer, Washington 
township, Owen County, Ina. 



40.6 
36.9 

50.5 

40.4 

55.0 

54.8 

80.6 

44.1 

58. L 

48,6 

U.6 



■9; 8 



West- 
ward. 



40.6 
36.5 

50.1 
39.4 
54.« 
54.7 
80.6 
42.1 
57.4 
47.7 
14.4 
38.9 

9:8 



North- 
ward. 



4.7 



.L6 
13.3 



South- 
ward. 



0.5 
5.3 

6.7 
9.0 



3.5 



9.0 



0.7 



0.2 ■ 



9.1 

'i's' 



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' Ge&ter of area. — ^Id oonnection with the location of 
the center of population it is of interest to note also 
tiie position of what may be termed the center of 
area — that is, the point on which the surface of the 
United States would balance if it were a plane of 
uniform weight per unit of area. This point is located 
in northern Kansas, 10 nules north of Smith Center, 
the county seat of Smith Coimty (approximate latitude 
39° 65', longitude 98° 50'), and is therefore about 
three-fourths of a degree (51 miles) north and about 
12^ d^rees (647 miles) west of the center of popula- 
tion. Its location is shown by the map on page 36. 
This would be the center of population if the inhab- 
itants of the United States were distributed uniformly 
throughout its territory. In locating the center of 
area, no account is taken of Alaska and other outlying 
possessions. 

Median lines, — The geographic distribution of the 
popiilation is also indicated by the location of median 



lines. A parallel of latitude is determined which divides 
the country in such a manner that half the populati<Hi 
is north of that parallel and half is south of it; and, 
similarly, a meridian of longitude is determined which 
evenly divides the population east and west.* 

During the four decades from 1880 to 1920 there was 
little change in the location of the median parallel, its 
movement being so slight that it could not be accu- 
rately indicated on a small map. The movement of 
the median meridian, however, was much greater. 
During the 30 years from 1880 to 1910 this movement 
amounted to 45 miles, the westward progress of the 
meridian being uninterrupted, although d'Tniniahing 
from decade to decade; but between 1910 and 1920 a 
reverse movement took place, with the result that the 
position of the meridian in the later year was 8.8 miles 
east of its position in 1910. This eastward movement 
was due entirely to the relatively considerable increase 
in the population of the Atlantic Coast states. 



Table 21.— MEDIAN LINES: 1880-1920. 



caxam txab. 


Median panael, 
nottli latKude. 


Median meridian, 
west loncitade. 


MOVxnNT K lOLKS BOBIKa 
niECKDDia DSCASI, 


Median 

parallel, 

northward. 


Median 
meridian, 
westward. 


Median 
meridlaD, 
eastward. 


1880 


o / // 

39 57 00 

40 2 51 
40 4 22 
40 6 24 
40 6 25 


o / // 

84 7 12 
84 40 1 
84 51 29 
84 59 59 
84 49 59 








1800 


8.6 
2.4 
2.3 
0.019 


27.0 

10.8 

7.5 




1900 




1910 




1920 


8.8 







The latitude and longitude of the median lines at the 
several censuses from 1880 to 1920 are shown by 
Table 21, and their location in 1920 is indicated on the 
map on page 35. 

It may be observed that while each median line 
exactly bisects the population as a whole it does not 
necessarily bisect the population at any given point 
or through any given section of its course. The me- 
dian parallel does not bisect even approximately the 
population living either east or west of the Mississippi 
River. Similariy, the median meridian does not bisect 
the population of either the northern or the southern 
section of the country. As the result, no one of the 
foiu: sections into which the intersecting median lines 
divide the country contains exactly or (^proximately 
one-quarter of the total population. The diagonally 
opposite sections, however, are necessarily exactly 
equal in population.' The population of ^e north- 



' The mathematical demonstration of this is simple. If A, B, 
C, and B represent, respectively, the population of the north- 
western, northeastern, southeastern, and southwestern' sections, 
then: 

A4-B=l population of U. S. 

B+C=i population of U. S. 

A-4-B^B-f-C. 

Therefore A=C. 

Similarly it may he proven that BsD. 



eastern section equals that of the southwestern, and, 
similarly, the population of the southeastern equals 
that of the northwestern. The northeastern and 
southwestern sections each contain, in fact, a popula- 
tion of approximately 31,450,000, while the south- 
eastern and northwestern sections each have about 
21,400,000 inhabitants. 

Median point. — The point at which the median lines 
described in the preceding paragraph intersect is des* 
ignated as the "median point" of the population. It 
is, in other words, the junction of the line dividing thd 
population equally north and south with the line 
dividing it equally east and west, and is, therefore, a 
point quite distinct from the center of population and 
having no definite or fixed relation to it. As already 
indicated, the changes in the median point reflect only 
the difference between the growth of population east 
of it and the growth west of it and the difference be* 
tween the growth north and south of it. Other 
differences in relative growth do not affect its loca- 
tion. 

* In locating these median lines it is necessary, in case of the 
"square d^^ees" of latitude and longitude which are traversed by 
the lines themselves, to aseome that the population is evenly dia. 
tiibttted throughout these square degrees or to make an estima^d 
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In 1920 the median point was located at latitude 
40* fe' 25" north and longitude 84° 49' 59" west, 6 
miles slightly west of south of Union City, Randolph 
County, Ind. Its eastward movement during the 
decade was 8.8 miles and its northward movement 
nineteen-thousandths of a mile. Comparing its move- 
ment since 1910 with that of the center of population, 
it will be noted that while each moved slightly to the 
northward, the center of population moved westward 
9.8 miles, as against an eastward movement of 8.8 
miles on the part of the median point. These oppo- 
site movements bring out strikingly the difference 
between the significance of the center of population 
and that of the median point. The calculations to 
determine the location of the two points are made on 
entirely different bases, and the results are not com- 
parable. The effect of the increase of 1,000,000 in the 
population of California was much less on the location 



of the median point than on that of the center of 
population, for the reason that in determining the 
location of the center of population the si2e of each 
of the vfuious population groups and both its distance 
and direction from the center are taken into account, 
whereas in the case of the median point only the size 
of the group and its direction from the point are con- 
sidered. The median point in 1920 was situated 121 
miles to the northeast of the center of population. 

The exact position of the median point in 1920 is 
shown by the median Unes on the map on page 36, 
and its location at each of the last five censuses is indi- 
cated by the map on page 35. Its approximate loca- 
tion with reference to certain places was as follows: 

In 1880, 16 miles dne weet of Springfield, Ohio. 

In 1890, 5 miles southweet of Greenville, Ohio. 

In 1900, in Spartanburg, Randolph County, Ind. 

In 1910, 3 miles south of Winchester, Ind. 

In 1920, 6 miles slightly west of soutli of Union City, Ind. 



POPXTLATIOH OF COXnSTTIES. 



The primary divbions of the several states con- 
stituting continental United States are, in general, 
termed counties, but in Louisiana these divisions are 
known as parishes. There are also a few cities which 
are independent of the cotmty oi^anizations and thus 
constitute primary divisions of the states, namely, 
Baltimore in Maryland, St. Louis in Missouri, and 20 
cities in Vii^nia. There are no counties in the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, the coimty organization having 
been abolished in 1874. The total number of counties 
or equivalent divisions in continental United States 
in 1920 was 3,065. 

Tables 22-25 present statistics as to increases and 
decreases in population within identical county areas 
between 1910 and 1920. In these tables the number 
of areas considered is only 2,874, made up as follows: 
2,789 individual coimties; 63 combinations of two or 
more coimties, comprising a total of 234 counties; 
2 independent cities (Baltimore and St. Louis) ; and 
20 combinations of independent cities in Vii^nia with 
the counties in which located. The 63 combinations 
of two or more counties have been made for the pur- 
pose of showing the true rates of increase or decrease 
\nthin identical areas in cases where new counties 
were formed from parts of others between 1910 and 
1920. (Mere transfers of territory from one coimty 
to another have been disregarded, since the areas thus 
transferred are, as a rule, small in propOTtion to the 
areas of the entire counties, the transfers having been 
made in many cases solely for the purpose of rectifying 
boundary lines. ) The 20 combinations of independent 
cities in Virginia with the counties in which located 
have been made in order to secure statistics comparable 
with those for the counties in other states. 

In 1,082 counties and combinations, representing 
37.6 per cent of the total number considered, the 
population decreased during the decade 1910-1920. 



These 1,082 counties and combinations had an aggre- 
gate area of 908,803 square miles, representing 30.6 
per cent of the total land area of the United States. 
The extent of this area of decreasing population and 
the geographic distribution of the counties composing 
it are of significance when considered in conjunction 
with the relatively high rates of {wpulation growth 
during the decade in most urban communities and in 
a few of the rural districts. 

Table 22 shows, by geographic sections 'and divisions, 
the distribution of the area of decreasing population. 

Table 23 shows, by divisions and states, the aggre- 
gate ^area of the counties in which the population 
decreased. 

Table 22. — ^Land Abba op Countibs and Combinations o» 
Counties Showing Decrsasbs in Population Since 1910, bt 
Sbctions and DrvisioNs: 1920. 





TOTAL LAND ABEA. 


COinnv ABBAS 8H0WIK0 
DBCBIASES ra POMJLATIOW 
SINCE 1910. 


SICnOH AMD DIVISION. 


Square 
nules. 


Per 

cent 
distri- 
bu- 
tion. 


1 

Total t>— . 

land area |J,«rS™' 

1 

• 


•Per 

oentot 

total 

land 

area 

rorsec 

tlonor 

dlvi. 

slon. 


united st»tM 


t,f7I,7T4 

M«,»44 

61,976 
100,000 
245,564 
610,804 

(n,KK 
a6»,071 
179,509 
429,746 

1,177,104 

858,009 
318,095 


100.0 


M(,ia I ito.0 


88.8 






The abrth 


30.9 
2.1 
3.4 

8.3 
17.2 

2(.t 

9.0 
6.0 
14.5 

».< 

28.9 

ia7 


tU.tU 38.7 
16,415 1.8 
43,923 4.8 

112,266 12.4 


88.8 


New Enzland 

MiddleAtlantlc 

East North Central 


26.6 
43.9 
46.7 


West North Central 

The South 


178,732 

888, t7t 

62,344 
76,514 
149,514 

888,086 
183,449 
86,647 


UIL7 

>L7 
S.9 
&4 

IS. 5 

88.8 

2a2 

9.4 


36.0 
818 


South Atlantic 


23.3 




42.« 


West South Central 


34.8 
88.8 




21.4 


PaclQc 


26.0 






East or the Waslssippi River. . . 
West ol the Mississippi River. . . 


856,120 
2,117,654 


28.8 
71.2 


311,461 
597,342 


34.3 
65.7 


2813 



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Tabm 23.— land area OF COUNTIES AND COMBINATIONS OF COUNTIES SHOWING DECREASES IN POPULA- 

TION SINCE 1910, BY DIVISIONS AND STATES:' 1920. 



Dmmoir amd btatb. 



United StatM.. 
OcooRAFHic nrnsioHs: 

New En^and 

Middle Atluitic 

East North Central. 

West North Central 

South Atlantic 

East South Central. 

West South Central . 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New Enoland: 

Maine 

New Hampdiire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East Nobth Cemtbal: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

WcsT North Cestral: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

gfcnaAa ,,, 



COtlNTT ABBAS 
SHOWINO DE- 
CREASES IN POPU- 
LATION SINCE 1910. 



Total land 
area in 
squai« 
miles. 



t,m,T74 



61,976 
100,000 

610,804 
269,071 
179,509 
429,746 
see, 009 
318,096 



29,885 
9,031 
9,124 
8,039 
1,067 
4,820 

47,694 
7,614 
44,832 

40,740 
36,046 
56,043 
67,480 
66,266 

80,868 
66,686 
«8,7»7 
70,183 
76,868 
76,808 
81,774 



Total 
land area 
(square 

miles). 



108,801 



16,416 
43,922 
112,266 

178,732 
62,344 
76,614 
149,514 
183,449 
86,647 



6,582 

4,392 

6,649 

567 

326 



29,146 
1,231 
13,646 

17,674 
24,662 
28,623 
31,019 
10,388 

4,919 
14,399 
63,776 
11,914 
30,009 
20,216 
43, 4n 



Percent 
of total 
land 
area (or 
division 
or state. 



30. < 



26.5 
43.9 
46.7 
36.0 
23.2 
42.6 
34.8 
21.4 
26.9 



18.7 
48.6 

eas 

7.1 

3a6 



61.2 
16.4 
3a2 

43.4 
68.4 
60.9 
64.0 
ia8 

6.1 
25.9 
78.3 
17.0 
S9.0 
36.4 
63.3 



nmaioK and rate. 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware , 

Maryland 

District of Cdumbta. . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Cartjlina 

South Carolina 

Qeonia , 

Florida 

East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

PAcmc: 

Washington 

Oregon , 

CaUbniia 



Total land 
area In 
square 



1,965 
9,941 
60 
40,262 
24,022 
48,740 
30,496 
68,726 
64,861 

40,181 
41,687 
61,279 
46,362 

63,626 

46,409 

69,414 

262,308 

146,131 
83,364 
97,648 
103,658 
122,503 
113,810 
82,184 
109,821 

66,836 
95,607 
166,662 



COUNTT AREAS 
SHOWING DE- 
CREASES IN POPU- 
LATION SINCE 1910. 



Total 

land area 

(square 

miles). 



1,630 
6,312 



13,672 
6,182 
4,017 
3,898 
16,808 
12,026 

19,804 
15,746 
15,916 
24,969 

18,152 
17,464 
27,216 
88,692 

8,676 
1,071 
16,354 
17,209 
66,708 



6,271 
80,171 

31,686 
33,069 
30,992 



Percent 
of total 

land 
area for 
division 
or state. 



77.9 
63.4 



33.7 
31. « 
8.2 
13.8 
«8.6 
31.0 

49.5 
37.8 
31.0 
53.8 

34.6 
38.4 
39.3 
33.0 

&9 

1.3 

16.7 

16.6 

45.5 



6.4 
73.0 

32.8 
34.6 
19.9 



Table 24 shows the rates of increase or decrease for 
the county combinations which have been made be- 



cause of the formation of certain counties from parts 
of others between 1910 and 1920. 



Tablb 24.— PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE FOR COMBINED COUNTIES: 1910-1920. 

[A minus sign (-) denotes decrease.I 





POPULATION. 


peb cent op 
' incbease: 
1910-1930 


COONTT OOMBIMATIONg. 


POPULAnON. 


PER CENT or 

incbease: 

i»i»-ia30 


COUNTT OOHBINATIOKS. 


1930 


IMO 


For the 
com- 
bined 
coun- 
ties. 


For 
each 
county, 
dlsre: 
carding 
^nges 
in area. 


1130 


IMO 


For the 
com- 
blned 
coun- 
ties. 


For 
each 
county, 
disre- 
garding 
dianges 
In area. 


Abqona: 

Greenlee 


15,363 
10,148 








FLORIDA— Omtinoed. 


6,135 

2,132 
42,753 

7,195 
18,664 

7,886 










33,999 




-67.7 


Okeechobee 










Dade 


11,933 
5,607 
6,677 
4,076 




268.3 


Total for combined counties 


25,510 

6,148 
8,416 


23,999 


6.3 




Osceola 


3a7 






Palm Beach 


334.5 


Colorado: 


St. Lude 


03.5 


Cooelos 


■■■■ii;285" 

6,498 




""■-36.'4 

-8.5 


Total for combined counties 


83,766 

3,443 
13,061 
23 374 


27,092 


309.3 




CoeUlla 


5,032 




Total for combined counties 1 18,596 


16,783 


ia8 




St. Johns 

Volusia 


13,208 
16 510 




-1.1 
41.6 


1 
Crowley 6.383 




Total for combined counties 

Okaioona 


38, gn 

9,360 
13,670 
12,119 


29,718 


30.8 




Otero... 

Total for oombiaod ooontieA 


22,623 


20,201 




13.0 




29,006 

5,129 
8,948 


20,301 


43.6 




Ban ta Rosa 


14,897 
16,460 




-8.3 






Walton 


-36.4 


Hofbt 


Total tor combined counties 

Pinellas 


35,149 

28,265 


31,357 


13L1 




Routt 


7,661 




18.3 








Total for combined counties 


14,077 

11,407 
11,828 


7,661 


86.2 






Florida: 

Bay 




Total for combined counties 


116,622 

10,986 
19,890 


78,374 


48.7 




Waddngton 


16,403 




-37.0 


Orange 


19,107 




i"i 


Total tor combined counties 


33,336 


16,403 


41.7 




Total for combined counties 


30,876 


19,107 


61.6 





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Tam* 24.— percentage OF INCREASE FOR COMBINED COUNTIES: 1910-19aO-CoDtiiiiied. 

[A mlmis ilgn (— ) dtnotM deenaaa.] 



oomnr ooMnxAtxmi. 



Oaosou: 
AtUntoo. 
CUneb.... 
Coflee. 



Total for comhlnwl counties. 



Baoon... 
War* 



Total (or oomUned ooonties. 



Barroir... 
Owinnctt. 
Jaekaon... 
Walton.... 



Total (or oombined coooties. 



Total (or comWnad counties. 



Evans , 

Treutlen 

Wheeler 

Boflodi....... 

Emaooel 

Montgomery., 
Tattnall 



Total (or oombined counties. 



Ox* 

Berrien... 
Lowndes. 



Total (or coipbined counties. 



Idaho: 

Adams. , .... 
WaiblugtOD. 



Total for oamUnad counties. 



Benewah. 

Kootenai. 



Total (or combined countiee.. 



Bonneville.. 

Butte 

Camas 

Clark 

Franklin.... 
Jefferson. . , . 
Madison.... 

Power 

Teton 

Bingham... 

BlaSe 

Cassia 

Fremont.... 
Oneida 



Total for combined counties. . 



Boundary. 
Bonner. ... 



Total (or combined counties.. 



Caribou... 
Bannock.. 



Total (or combined counties. . 



Clearwater. 

Lewis 

Net Perce. . 



Total (or combined counties. 



Oem 

Payette.. 
Valley... 

Boise 

Canyon.. 
Idaho.... 



Total (or oombined counties. . 



portnunoii. 



7,«M 
7,te4 
18.063 



22,119 

7,C64 ! 

9,817 
26,133 
2$, 882 

9,187 
14, SOS 



108,987 

11,180 
IS, 573 
28,S21 



S3, 274 



2,968 i. 
9,424; 



12,390 ; 

^997 
17,878 



24,876 

17,501 
2,940 
1,730 
1,886 
8,650 
9,441 
9,167 
5,105 
3,921 

18,810 
4,473 

15,659 

10^380 
6,723 



115,886 

4,474 
12,957 



17,431 

2,191 
27,632 



29,723 

4,993 
5,851 I 
13,253 



26,097 

6,427 
7,021 
2,524 
1,822 
26,932 
11,749 



56^476 



ItM 



ino-itM 



For 
, Forthe each 
' com- I county, 
' Mned disre- 



ties. 



iges 
in area. 



8,424 I'. 
21,963 I. 



34,2)3 30,377 12.9 



10, W4 
11,934 

28,361 ; 



13,318 
10,749 
22,957 



57,349 46,014 



13,188 
30,327 
24,654 
24,216, 



28,824 
30,160 
25,393 



92,385 84,386 



10,532 J 
11,587 



22,835 



22,836 



24.6 



9.5 



-3.1 



26,464 
25,140 ' 
19,638 I 
18,569 I 



so; 811 



2L3 



22,772 i 
24,436 I 



47,208 



u,im 



11,101 11.B 



12.8 



22,747 



22,747 



23,306 
&387 
7,197 
24,606 
15,170 



78,666 



13,588 



13,588 



19^342 



19^242 



24,860 



24,860 



5,250 
25,323 
12,384 



9.4 



47.3 



28.3 



54.5 



42,967 11 SI. 5 



-5u2 
-15.0 



-14.0, 
ILO 
23.5' 



5.2 

-ia3 

-4.6 



-49.3 I 



-1.3 

-Z9 

-53.* 

-2I.» 



-31.6 
8.5 



-15.1 



-21.4 



-21.4 
-46.7 
117.6 
-57. 8 
-55.7 



-4.6 



43.1 



-38.6 I 



-65.3 

6.4 

-5.1 



comnr ooiCBiiiAiiom. 



KvuLAnoa. 



IfM 



lOAHO-^Tontinned . 

Ooodtng 

Jerome ......... 

Minidoks 

LiDOoln 



Total (or oombined counties. . 

Kevtuckt: 

MoCreary 

Pnlaski 

Wayne 

Whitley 

Total (or combined counties. . 

LoinsiAKA: 

Allen 

Beauregard 

Jefferson t>aTls 

Calcasixn 



Total (or combined parishes. . 



Evangeline. 
St. Landry. 



Total (or oombined -parishes. . 



MmusnTl: 
Humphreys. 

Holnus 

aiarkey 

Sunflower. . . 
Washington. 
Taioo 



Total (or combined counties.. 



Stone 

Harrison 

Total for combined counties. . 



WalthaU. 

Pike 

Marion... 



Total for combined ooonties. . 



Moittama: 

Big Hon.... 
MusseisheU. .' 
Stillwater.... 

Treasure 

Wheatland... 

<^bon 

Fergus 

Meadicr 

Rosebud 

Sweet Orass. 
YeOowstone. 



Total (or combined counties. 



Blaine. . 
Glacier.. 
HIU. 



Ubarty... 
FbilUps... 
Pondera... 
Roosevelt. 
Sheridan.. 

Toole 

Chouteau. . 

Teton 

Valley.... 



Total for combined counties . 



Carter 

Fallon 

Oarfleld 

McConc 

Powder River. . 

Prairie 

Richland 

Wihanx 

Custor 

Dawson 



Total for combined counties. , 



Mineral.. 
Missoula.. 



7,548 
6^729 
^035 
3,446 



in« 



12,676 



25,758 , 12,676 



11, 676! 
34,010 
16,306, 
27,749 



3&98B 
17,618 
31,982 



89^643 85,486 



18^382 1 
20(767 I 

18(999 
32,807 



62, 767 



90(965 I 6^767 



23,485 
51,607 



75,182 



U(l«2 
34,513 
14,190 
46,374 
51,092 
37,149 



202,510 

6,528 
32,855 



13,455 
28,735 
17,144 



S9,S34 



7,015 

12,030 

7,630 

1,990 

5,619 

15,279 

28,344 

3,622 

8,002 

4,926 

29,600 



123,057 

9,057 
4,178 

13,958 
2,416 
9,311 
5,741 

10,347 

13,847 
3,724 

11,051 
5,870 

11,542 



66,661 



66,061 



38(088 
19(604 
28(787 
.48(183 
46,672 



179,174 



34,658 



34,658 



37,273. 
15,509 



52.871 



13,962 
17,385 
4,190 
7,985 
4,029 
22,944 



70,495 



17,191 
9,546 
13,630 



tot 



For 

Torthe eadi 
com- {county, 
ttned disre- 
ooun- carding 
ties. Idianges 
in area. 



108.2 



4.9 



44.9 



12.8 



13.0 



13.6 



12.2 



74.6 



I 



101,042 

3,972 ' 
4,548 I 
5,368 I 
4,747 
3,357 i 
3,681 



40,367 



3,113 . 
12,194 I 
9,239 I 



14,123 
12.725 



150.3 



-718 



-KB 

-7.S 
-1X3 



-47. T 



-22.4 



-ILT 

-9i6 

6L1 

4.4 

-20.4 



-&3 



-3t.» 

-9.9 



9.4 

63.0 

-37.4 

0.3 
22.3 
29.0 



-35.7 
-38.5 
-15.3 



50,211 

2,327 I 
24,041 j 



26,848 I 120.5 



23,596 



Total (or combined counties j 26, 368 | 23, 596 



11.7 



-1X7 
-27.4 



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TA»Mi 34.— PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE FOR COMBINED COUNTIES: 1910-1920— Continued. 

[A minus sign (— ) dtnotw deonase.] 





rormaTioN. 


rsB csMT or 
mcRXASK : 
1910-1930 


. 


FOFULATION. 


PBB CINT OF 

ikcbbasb: 
1910-19I0 


oovRTT ooxaorA'noNs. 


1910 


1910 


FoTtbe 

blned 
coun- 
ties. 


For 
each 
ocon^, 
dlsn- 
garding 
changes 
in area. 




1*30 


1910 


For the 
com- 
bined 
coun- 
ties. 


For 
each 
county, 
disrei: 
gardlng 
ohangei 
Inaraa. 


NXBKAAKX:. 

Arthur. 


1,413 

i;««a 








SotTTB Dakota: 

Bennett 


3,003 
11B6 

i;a2i 


. to 




0) 


MoPhflnoEU 


2,470 




-31.5 


^annon 




3,101 
1,M8 

a; 410 


2,470 


26.7 




Washaban^ 

Washington 


: 








Pine Rldga Indian Beaeivatian , 


0,607 






Nevada: 

Ifinenl 


Total tor combined ooontlie 

Haakon... 








6,«14 

4,506 
3,'473 
3,908 


•,703 


-W 






9,380 




-74.3 










4,358 
3,808 

V,7ia 


9,360 


-64.6 




Jackson ^ 




" •■ 






14,975 




-8ae 


Ptnhlnc. ..••- ■ 


Total for oombliiedooiiiittas 




TInmh«Jrtt '■ "!!'!'*!'-! 


6,825 




-46.3 


9,976 

8,004 
6,601 


14,975 


-33.4 










3,Ut 
3^646 
12,075 
•,11S 
8,015 
«:548 


6,825 


-4.1 








Lthuii 


10,848 




""■^i 


KswMkxico: 

DoBaca 


Total tor onmWnM countlea 

Texas: 

Brooks. 




9,506 

4,660 

1,914 

1,083 

36,663 

^351 

88,110 

11080 

2,929 


10,848 


-11.0 

: 




I,eft 












16,880 

13,400 

•10,W7 

13,064 




-38.3 
-36.5 
-36.6 
-45.7 




Eddy 






Jim Hogg 










WUlacy 












2^158 

1I728 
18,151 
8,809 




—8.0 




43,405 
4,338 

31, tat 


53,141 


-18.7 




Duval 




HMalgo. . 


177.6 


mdalio. 


Stair.T 


— 1&7 


Onnt 


14,813 




48L1 


Zapato 


-23.1 


Total tor oomblnedocontlei. 


3»,2n 

732,010 
3,384,103 


14,813 


77.4 


— ■•— 


Total tor eomUnedcountlas 

ColbersQo 


104,548 

913 
962 

ini sun 


66,810 


66.5 




Nbw Yobk: 

Bnox 


Hudspeth 

BIPaso 






" " 'oft*T 


New York 


3,762,822 





-17.3 


Total for combined counties 

Jim Wells 


108,761 

6.587 

7,837 

22,807 


62,509 


97.2 




Total for combined ooontta*. 


3,016,119 

10,335 
19,984 
11,278 
13,477 


3,762,883 


9.2 






North Cakouna* 


Kleberg 








Avsry 


Nueces. 


21,055 




8.t 


lOtcbeU '. 

Watauga 


17,345 
13,656 




-34.6 

-a6 


Total tor combined counties 

Beal 


37,231 

1,461 
4,001 
3,283 
5,812 


21,965 


ot.< 




Total for combined coandoL. 


55,074 

11,732 
35,004 
54,074 


51,380 


T.2 




Bandera 

Edwards 


4,921 
3,768 
5,S0S 




-18.7 

— aoL4 


Hoke 


Kerr 


*I 




35,384 
51,915 




-0.6 
6.3 


Total for combined counties 

CtAH: 

Daggett 


13,587 

400 
8,470 


14,194 


-4.3 




Robeson....... 










101,400 

4,832 
<940 
8,136 


87,329 


16.3 








Uintah 


7,060 




. 3&1 


North Dakota: 
UoldAii VaIIat 


Total for combined counties 

Dudusne 


8,870 
9,003 


7,050 


25.8 





Slope 

nflfinni , 


""'i6,"i86" 




"'^^"8 


...«.-..> 


Tfital tnt mnnMned omintim 


12,888 

9,5SS 
3308 
18,714 


10,186 


36.0 




Total for combined counties 

Wasbinotoh: 

Fend Oreille 


4,625 
13,718 

6,363 
21,605 


8,930 
8,920 


63.8 


— 48.S 






Bioiix 










Morton 


35,389 




-36.0 


Stevens 


25,207 




"-ii« 




31,675 
16,879 


35,389 


34.0 




Total for combined counties 

Wtohiho: 

CampbeU 

Crook 


27,968 
5,233 


25,297 
■■■■■6,«3* 


ia6 




TotaUorooinblnadeoonttes. 

Oklahoma: 

Cottiai 


■"-ii"i 




43,308 

9,622 
3,211 


41,489 


4.4 




Weston 

Total for combined counties 

Qosben 


4,631 
15,388 

8,064 

7,421 

20,699 


4,960 
11,452 


34.4 


-&• 








Platte ■ 








JeffarsoQ 






""ik'i 


Laramie 


.26,127 




-30.8 


Total tor combined counties 


3,434 
16,257 

16,098 
9,868 
33,081 
22,260 
19,560 


9,815 


74.5 




Total for combined counties 

Hirt 8nr<ngfi 


36,184 

5,164 
3,106 
12,105 
11,820 
7; 298 


26,127 


3S.5 






WMh.lri« ,, 








SotrtH Cabouka: 


Big Horn 


8,886 
U,822 
4,909 





88kS 


Allendale 


Fremont 


W 


Barnwell 


34,209 
30,355 
35,136 


..'.'.'.'.','. 


-33.5 
-36.6 
-32.2 


Park 

Total tor combined counties 


48.7 


Beaufort 


39,493 

12,487 
6,611 


25,617 


54.2 




Hampton 




Total for oamUnedoounttea 


90,866 

16,444 
27,139 
23,938 
36; 791 


80,690 


1.8 




Uinta 


16,982 


::::::." 


— 6L1 




Total for oombinsd counties 

Niobrara 




MoCormiek 


i9,ose 

6,321 

7,871 


16,982 


12.6 




Abbeville 


si'soi 

38,281 
34,225 




-22.0 

-15.4 

4.6 




(dgglldil 




Oreenwood 


Converse : 


6,294 





35.1 


Total for onmtrined oonntleff . . 


108,802 


07,310 


0.3 




Total for oombined counties 


14,192 


6,394 


125.5 









> Par cant not shown where base is less than 100. 



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Table 25 shows the niunber of counties or county 
combinations in each state which increased and the 



number which decreased in population between 1910 
and 1920, with rates of increase for the former. 



Table 26.— NUMBER OF COUNTIES CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO RATE OF INCREASE OF POPULATION FROM 1910 

TO 1920, BY DIVISIONS AND STATES. 



DIVISION AMD STATE. 


Total 
number of 
counties: 

1920. 


Number of 
counties 

(or combi- 
nations) 

considered. 


NVlfBBE or COUNTIES 
(OE COMBINATIONS) 
IN«HICB,smcE1910, 
THE POFVLATION 
HAS— 


NUUBEB or COUNTIES (OB OOUBIHATiONB) Of WHim, 
smCE 1910, THE POPULAnON HAS mCEEASED— 




Decreased. 


Increased. 


6 per cent. 


Frosu 
6 to 16 
percent. 


From 
15 to 26 
percent. 


From 
35 to SO 
percent. 


60 per cent 
or more. 


United StetM 


S,0t6 


t,m 


i,on 


1,711 


MS 


«H 


ni 


no 


vn 






• Oeooraphic divisions: 


67 
150 
436 
619 
658 
884 
469 
269 
133 


67 
149 
436 
607 
496 
353 
450 
186 
130 


22 
58 
224 
240 
140 
163 
180 
42 
35 


45 
93 
212 
367 
358 
190 
290 
144 
95 


16 
22 
60 
98 
80 
58 
46 
16 
12 


20 
27 
73 
133 
142 
81 
89 
36 
26 


5 
27 
34 
63 
67 
30 
51 
22 
13 


4 
14 
33 
62 
60 
IS 
68 
87 
27 




Middle Atlantic 


3 


East Nortli Central 


13 


West North Central 


31 


South Atlantic ;... 


17 




6 


^- West South Central 


48 


"" Mountain 


S4 


Paciflc 


18 






New Ekolahd: 

Maine 


16 
10 
14 
14 

5 
8 

«2 
21 
97 

88 
92 
102 
83 
71 

86 
99 
>115 
53 
68 
93 
106 

3 

*24 

1 

•120 

55 

100 

46 

155 

54 

120 
95 
67 
82 

78 

64 

77 

253 

61 
44 
»22 
63 
29 
14 
29 
17 

39 
3« 
58 


16 
10 
14 
14 
8 
8 

61 
21 
87 

88 
92 
102 
83 
71 

86 
99 

■ 115 
49 
61 
92 
105 

3 
• 24 

1 

uoo 

55 
96 
39 
137 
42 

117 
95 
67 
74 

75 

60 

76 

239 

20 
17 
12 
59 
23 
13 
27 
15 

38 
34 
58 


5 
5 
8 
3 
1 


11 
5 
8 

11 

4 
8 

29 
18 
48 

49 
28 
48 
35 
64 

77 
72 
>2« 
39 
48 
69 
48 

1 
«11 

1 
63 
40 
85 
35 
92 
28 

56 
58 
48 
30 

50 
33 

49 

158 

16 
16 

9 
44 
16 
13 
25 

5 

25 
26 
44 


7' 
2 
5 


3 
2 

1 
8 
3 
3 

5 
3 
19 

15 
9 
17 
10 
22 

32 
28 
>11 
8 
22 
17 
15 


1 
1 






Nflw Hampsblre , ... 












Ma.s5achuf!ettii. , 


2 


1 

1 
2 

3 
7 
4 

7 
3 
7 
7 
9 

13 
6 

4 
7 
6 
' 10 
7 




nbnilAT<l»nH 






Connecticut 


2 

10 
2 
10 

15 
8 

18 
6 

13 

10 
31 

9 
10 

7 
19 
12 


"i^ 

9 
6 
13 

9 
7 
3 
8 
9 

20 

7 
2 
10 
9 

7 
8 

1 
2 




UlDDLE ATLAUnc: 

New York 


32 

3 

21 

39 
84 
66 
48 
17 

9 
27 
89 
10 
15 
33 
67 

2 
13 


3 


New Jersey 


1 


Pennsylvania 




East Nobtb Central: 

Ohio 


3 






niinds 


1 


Mlnhlgitn 


n 


Wisomsin 


I 


West Nokth Centkal: 

Minnesota .. . 


2 






Hissoiui 




NortbDakota 


4 


Soutb Dakota 


3 


Nebraska. 


ft 


Kansas 


6 


South Atlantic: 

Delaware 




Maryland 


3 


5 


•1 

1 
7 
10 
15 
3 
8 
5 

3 
6 
6 

1 

9 

9 

11 

29 

3 
3 
3 
12 
5 
4 
6 
1 

7 
10 
10 




District of Columbia 




Virginia 


37 
16 
10 
4 

45 
14 

61 
37 
21 
44 

25 
27 
27 
81 

« 

4 

1 
3 
16 
7 


26 
9 

15 
5 

20 
2 

20 
23 
9 
8 

3 

8 

6 

29 

1 

1 


24 
13 
30 
22 
40 
8 

26 
22 
20 
14 

26 
12 
10 
42 

6 
6 
2 
10 

1 

2 

8 
8 
9 


4 

4 
24 

5 
23 

4 

4 
7 
12 
7 

11 

3 

12 

25 

3 
3 
1 
8 
1 
1 
6 
1 

3 
5 
6 


2 


West Viijilnia 


4 


North Carolina 


1 


BoathCaroUna 






I 


Florida 


9 


East Soctb Centeal: 


4 


Tennessee 










2 


Wew Soctb Centoal: 


2 


Louisiana 


1 




10 


Texas 


33 


Moontadc 

Mnnfftna 


4 


Idaho 


3 






Colorado 


6 
4 


10 


NewMexicn 




Arizona .* 




Utah 


2 
10 

13 
8 
14 


4 




Nevada ! 




Pacific: 

Washington 


4 
o 

6 


3 


Oregon 


1 


California 


14 







> Includes independent city of St. Louis. ' Includes Independent city of Baltimore. 

' Includes 20 combinations of counties with independent cities located therein 



' Includes 20 independent cities. 
> Includes Yellowstone National Park. 



Table 49, page 93, shows the population of the 48 
states, by counties or equivalent divisions, for 1920 
as shown by the returns of the Fourteenth Census, 
and for prior census years as far back as 1850 or the 
earliest year covered by any decennial census for a 



given county. The varying rates of increase in the 
population of counties from 1910 to 1920 are shown 
graphically by the map headed " Per cent of increase 
or decrease in total population, by counties: 1910— 
1920," on page 90. 



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VRBA3S AND BUBAL POFUIATIOH. 



DXirUilTiON OF TBBKS. 

The Census Bureau classifies as urban population 
that residing in cities and other incorporated places 
having 2,500 inhabitants or more, and in towns of 
that size in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and 
Rhode Island. In most sections of the coimtry all or 
practically all densely populated areas having 2,500 
inhabitants or more are incorporated separately as 
municipalities, variously known as cities, towns, vil- 
lages, boroughs, etc. In the three New England 
states just named, however, this is not the case. 

In Massachusetts and Khode Island it is not the 
practice — as it is in practically all the other states — to 
incorporate, as separate municipalities, the relatively 
densely populated portions of " towns" (which are the 
primary divisions of the coimties), and no town as a 
idiole is incorporated as a municipality until it attains 
a popiilation greatly in excess of 2,500. In New 
Hampshire a similar condition exists, althou^ there 
are in the state two incorporated villages, each of 
which has fewer than 2,500 mhabitants. For this 
reason those towns having 2,500 or more inhabitants 
in the ihiee states named are treated as urban, 
although portions of their areas are rural in character. 
The urban areas in the three states in question, as 
classified by the census, thus contain a certain number 
of inhabitants who in other sections of the country 
would be segregated as rural. Nevertheless, in most 
of the Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode 
Island towns having 2,500 inhabitants or more by far 
the greater part of the population resides within the 
more densely settled areas, so tbat the proportion 
classed as urban, considering each state as a whole, is 
not greatly exaggerated by the practice adopted. 
Statistics for individual counties in these states were 
omitted in Table 50, however, on account of the un- 
doubted exaggeration in certain counties. 

Urban population being thus defined, the remainder 
of the country is classed as rural, consisting of aU. 
imincorporated territory and all incorporated places 
having fewer than 2,500 inhabitants, except in Massa- 
chusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island, where 
it consists of all towns under 2,500. 

The statistics as to urban and rural population in 
this section relate only to the United States, exduaive 
of outlying possessions. 

PBOPOBTIOKS tniBAK AlTD BTTBAI.. 

United States as a whole. — The proportions of the 
total population of the United States living in urban 
and in rural territory, as reported at each of the last 
five censuses, are shown in Table 26. 

The rapid increase from census to census in the pro- 
portion which the urban population forms of the total, 
as shown by Table 26, is the continuation of a tendency 
which has been manifested conspicuously in the 
United States ever since 1820. It would be extremely 



difficult, if at all possible, even to approximate closely 
from the earlier census reports the population residing 
in urban territory as now defined, and therefore no 
such compilation has been attempted for censuses prior 
to that of 1880. The census report for 1880, however, 
contained a comparative statement showing the popu- 
lation living in places of 8,000 inhabitants or more at 
each census back to 1790; and, as affording an indi- 
cation of the growth of urban population from the 
earliest to the latest census, so much of this statement 
as applies to the censuses prior to 1880 is reproduced 
in Table 27 in conjunction with comparable figures for 
the last five censuses, 1880 to 1920, covering the popu- 
lation of incorporated places (and of towns in Massa- 
chusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island) -having 
the same size limit, 8,000 inhabitants. 

Tabl3 26. — Ueban and Rttbai Popttlation of the tJNrrBD 

States: 1880-1920. 



cuss. 


19H> 


1010 


1900 


1890 


11 

1880 


Total, number... 


106,710,00 


fi,fn,M8 


n,*H,m 


a,MT,714 


S0,lU,7tS 


Xjibon..... 


61,304,603 
51,406,017 

100. 


41^166,120 
49,806,146 

100.0 


45,614,142 
100.0 


2a; 998. 380 

40,649,355 

100.0 


14,3<i8,l67 
35, 797,616 


Rural 


Total, percent... 


100.6 


Urban 


51.4 
48.6 


45.8 
54.2 


4ao 
flao 


35.4 
64.6 


28.6 


Rural 


7L4 







Tabls 27.— Population in Places or 8,000 Inhabitants ob 
More: 1790-1920. 





Total 
population. 


rLACES or 8,000 INHABrr.iKTS OB 
MOKE. 


CEBSDS TUB. 


Population. 


Number 
of places. 


Percent 
of total 


1020 


105,710,620 
91,972,286 
7^ 994,575 
62,947,714 
50,156,783 
38,558,371 
31,443,321 
23,191,876 
17,060,463 
12,866,020 
9,638,463 
^230,881 
5,308,483 
3,929,214 


46,307,640 
35,570,334 
25,018,335 
18,244,230 
11,365,608 
8,071,875 
6,072,256 
2,807,588 

210,873 
131,472 


024 

798 

647 

445 

285 

226 

141 

85 

44 

26 

13 

11 

6 

6 


43.8 


1910 


38.7 


1900 


32.0 


1890 


29.0 


1880 


22.7 


1870 


aae 


1860 


16.1 


1850 


12;. 5 


1840 


8.5 


1830 


6.7 


1820 


4.0 


1810 


4.0 


1800 


4.0 


1790 


3.3 







Population in • Places op 8,000 IWhabitants ob More at 
Each Census; 1790-1920. 



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• 





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gH 
















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1 






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It will be seen from Table 27 and from the accom- 
panying diagram that in 1790 only about one-thirtieth 
of the population of the coimtry resided in places 
having 8,000 inhabitants or more, but that the pro- 
portion which this class of the population formed of 
the total increased to nearly one-twentieth in 1810, 
one-eighth in 1850, almost one-third in 1900, and 
nearly four-ninths in 1920. 

The following diagram shows the proportions 
urban — that is, residing in places naving 2,500 inhab- 
itants or more — and rural in the total population at 
each census from 1880 to 1920. 

Urban and Rubal Population: 1880-1920. 



•010 




1 — r 

URBAN I I RURAL 



Divisions and states. — ^Table 28 shows, for 1920, by 
geographic sections and divisions, the urban and 
rural population, the per cent urban, and the per 
cent distribution of each class. 

Tablb 28.— Urban and Rubal Population, bt Sections and 
Divisions: 1920. 



SECTION AND DITiaK>N. 


Urban. 


Rural. 


Per 

cent 
urban. 


DISTBIBtm<»r. 




Urban. 


Rnral. 


United StatM 


H',itt,im 


n,m,m 


U.4 


U0.0 


100.0 






TheHortli 


40.3l4,31t 
5,865,073 
16,672,505 
U,049,272 
4,727,372 

t,Kt,tU 
4,338,792 
1,094,207 
2,970,839 

t,m,m 

1,214,980 
3,471,483 


a,w,m 

1,536,836 
5,588,540 
8,426,2n 
7,816,877 

u,m,m 

0,651,480 
6,899,100 
7,271,395 

«,2U,tM 
2,121,121 
2,095,388 


((.( 

79.2 
74.9 

oas 

37.7 

28.1 
31.0 
22.4 
29.0 

52. ( 

36.4 
6Z4 


74.1 
10.8 
30.7 
24.0 

8.7 

17.1 

8.0 
3.7 
6.S 

(.( 

2.2 
6.4 


45 S 




3.0 


Middle Xtlantie 


ia9 


East North CentraL 

West North Central 

The South 


16.4 
15.2 

4(.( 


South Atlantic 


18.( 


East Soath Central 

West Sooth Central 

TbcWert 


U.4 
14.1 

(.1 


Mmiptfllr 


4.1 


P||4<|fl4> 


^1 






Bast ol the Mississippi Biver . 
West of the Mississippi River. 


41,919,939 
12,384,664 


32,101,236 
10,304,781 


56.6 
39.1 


77.2 
22.8 


62L4 
37.6 



It will be noted that one division alone, the Middle 
Atlantic, contains more than tfaree-toithB of tiie total 
urbui population of the countay, and that this division 



and the East North Central together contain con- 
siderably more than half the total urban population. 
Table 29 shows, by geographic divisions, the density 
of the rural population in 1920. The density figures 
in this table have been based on the total land area, no 
deduction being made for areas classified as urban. 
Outside of New England the urban area in the divi- 
sional aggregates is too inconsiderable to have any 
material effect on the results; and since in New Eng- 
land the urban area is exaggerated only in the states 
of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island, 
the resultant error in the figures for the division as 
a whole is not great. 

Table 39. — Dbnbitt or Rubal Population, bt Divisions: 1920. 



Qattad state* 

NairBndand 

Middle AftlanUc > 

Bait North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlantkf. 

East South Central 

West South Central , 

Moqntain 

FacDDo. 



Land area 

Insouan 

miles. ' 



*,tn,m 



01,076 
100,000 
245,564 
510,804 
360,071 
179,500 
420,746 
899,000 
318,005 



scKAL Towmuxsom. 



Tots). 



n,4 



,(17 



1,SU,836 
5,588,540 
8,4»,171 
7,816,877 

9,ta,ao 

6,899,100 
7^2n,305 
2,121,121 
2,005,388 



Per 

aqoar* 
mile. 



17.1 



3L8 
6&0 
313 

15.3 
SS.« 
38.4 
16.0 
2,5 
61.6 



The distribution, by states, of the rural population 
in 1920 is indicated by the map headed "Riural popu- 
lation per square mile, by coimties: 1920," on page 89. 
In the preparation of this map the county had been 
taken as the unit;' that is, the rural population of 
each county has been assumed to be uniformly dis- 
tributed throughout the county. 

Table 30 (p. 46) shows, by divisions and states, the. 
urban and rural population as returned at the last four 
censuses. In the New England and Middle Atlantic 
divisions the proportions urban in the total population 
are much greater than in any other division, being, in 
1920, approximately four-fifths and three-fourths, re- 
spectively. Among the individual states RhDde Island 
and Massachusetts rank first and second in this respect. 
It must be borne in mind, however, that the census 
method of clftssifjring the urban and rural population in 
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire re- 
sults in some exaggeration of the figures for the former 
dass, as already pointed out. Among the divisions, 
the smallest proportions of urban population are found 
in the South, but the eight states having less than one- 



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fifth pf their population urban — ^North Carolina, South 
Carolina, Mississippi, Arkansas, North Dakota, South 
Dakota, New Mexico, and Nevada — are scattered 
through the three southern divisions, the West North 
Central division, and the Mountain division. 

It will be noted that, although the South is far more 
densely populated than the West (see Table 16), the 
urban element in its total population is proportionally 
much smaller than in the West. In fact, in each of 
the three southern divisions the urban proportion is 
smaller than in either of the two western divisions. 

In every geographic division the proportion urban 
increased between 1910 and 1920, and the same is 
true of every state except Colorado, Montana, and 
Wyoming. Because of the decreases in these three 
states, the Mountain division as a whole shows a de- 
cidedly smaller increase in the proportion lurban during 
the past decade than appears for any other division. 

The maps on page 48 and the diagram in the next 
column show the per cent urban in the total popu- 
lation in 1920 and 1910, respectively, for each of the 
states, and the diagram on page 49 indicates the per- 
centage of urban population in each census year from 
1890 to 1920. As shown by the map and by Table 30, 
the proportion urban in. the total population is now 
more than one-half in 15 states, namely, California, 
Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, 
Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jer- 
sey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and 
Washington. 

States and connties. — Table 50 (p. 150) shows, by 
states and coimties, the urban and rural population 
for 1920, 1910, and 1900, together with the percentage 
which the urban population represented of the total 
in each year, the percentages of increase in each class, 
and the rural population per square mile in 1920. 



Per Cknt Urban in Total Pofdijition, bt States: 1920 and 

1910. 




MVADA 

HbRTH GAROUfU 

MCW-MCXnO 

•OUTHCAmnJNA 

ARKANMS 

•OUTH DAKOTA 

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Table 80.— URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION, 



DinaON AXV STATE. 



ITnltedBtetM.... 

Oeoobafkic divisions: 

New EngJand 

UiddleAUmtio 

East North CentraL . 
Wast North Central. 

South Atlantic 

East South Central- 
West Soath Central. 

Mountain 

PadOo 

New Enqund: 

ll^lQ^ 

NewHainpsiitae 

Vermont 

Massachusetts: 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

MmDLZ Atlahtic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East Nostb Csmtral: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Centbal: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

MissourL 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas. 

South Atlakhc: 

Delaware. 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Bast Sooth Cbntbal: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West Sodth Cemtkal: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

^Oklahomai 

Texas 

MOCNTAIN: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Cojorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

PAConc: 

Washington 

Oregon 

Calftmla 



IMO 



Total 
population. 



l(K,710,aO 



7, 400,909 
22,261,144 
2t,47S,S43 
12,544,249 
13,990,272 

8,803,307 
10,243,224 

3,336,101 

5,566,871 



768,014 
443,088 
353,428 

3,852,356 
604,397 

1,380,631 



10,385,227 
3,155,900 
8,720,017 



5,759,394 
2,930,390 
6,485,280 
3,668,412 
2,632,067 



2,387,125 
2,404,021 
3,404.055 
646,872 
636,647 
1,286,872 
1,769,257 



233,003 
1,449,661 

437,571 
2.309.187 
1,463,TO1 
2,559,123 
1,683,724 
2,895,832 

968,470 



2,416,630 
2,337,885 
2,348,174 
1,790,618 



1,752,204 
1,798,509 
2,028,283 
4,663,228 



548,889 
431,866 
194,402 
939,629 
360,360 
334,162 
449,396 
77,407 



1,366,621 

783,389 

3,426,861 



Urban 
popula- 
tion. 



M,soi,aos 



5,865,073 
16,672,595 
13,049,272 
4,727,372 
4,338,792 
1,994,207 
2,970,829 
1,214,980 
3,471,483 



299,569 
279,761 
109,976 
3,650,248 
589,180 



8,589,844 
2,471,936 
5,607,815 



3,677,136 
1,482,855 
4,403,153 
2,241,560 
1,244,568 



1,051,593 
875,495 

1,586,903 
88,239 
101,872 
406,306 
617,964 



120,787 
866.422 
437,571 
673,984 
369,007 
490,370 
298,967 
727,859 
355,825 



633,543 
611,226 
509,317 
240,121 



290,497 

628,163 

639,480 

1,512,689 



172,011 
119,037 

67,348 
453,259 

64,960 
117,527 
215,584 

15,254 



748,735 

391,019 

2,331,729 



Rural population. 



Total. 



61,406,017 



1,535,836 
!i,588,549 
8,426,271 
7,816,877 
9,651,480 
6,899,100 
7,271,395 
2,121,121 
2,095,388 



468,445 
163,323 
342,452 
202,108 
15,217 



1,795,383 

680,964 

3,112,202 



2,082,258 
1,447,585 
2,062,137 
1,426,852 
1,387,499 



1,335,532 

1,528,536 

1,817,152 

558,633 

534,675 

891,066 

1,151,293 



102,236 
580,239 



1,635,203 
1,094,694 
2,068,753 
1,389,737 
2,ltf7,973 
612,645 



1,783,087 
1,726,659 
1,8!I8,857 
1,550,497 



1,461,707 
1,170,346 
1,488,803 
3,150,530 



376,878 
312,829 
137,054 
486,370 
295,390 
216,635 
233,812 
62,153 



607,886 

392,370 

1,095,132 



In incor- 
porated 
places. 



8,N9,141 



83,355 

1,076,503 

2,007,078 

2,074,005 

1,175,449 

613,105 

980,585 

477,245 

402,826 



19,049 

1,551 

62,187 



10,a«8 



346,877 
148,702 
679, 9H 



472,751 
296,040 
680,740 
286,644 
271,900 



368,260 
477,801 
389,711 
126, 7V6 
145,745 
275,568 
290,203 



31,679 
70,145 



120,783 
134,128 
240,753 
148,303 
286,795 
132,863 



197,551 
131,174 
188,595 
175,875 



196,550 
129,056 
281,972 
363,008 



69,699 
77,442 
46.267 

115,103 
30,119 
15,122 

108,437 
15,066 



130,211 
98,838 

173,677 



In unin* 
oorporated 

territory. 



43,4U.TT6 



1,452,481 
4,513,046 
6,419,193 
5,743,872 
8,476,081 
6,205,905 
6,290,810 
1,643,876 
1,692,562 



449,396 
161,771 
190,266 
202,108 
15,217 
433,724 



1,448,506 

632,262 

2,532,278 



1,609,504 
1,152,495 
1,401,387 
1,140,208 
1,115,589 



967,263 
1,060,725 
1,437,441 
431,925 
388,930 
615,498 
861,090 



70,557 
510,094 



1.514,420 
9V0,S66 
1,828,000 
1,241,434 
1,871.178 
479,782 



1,585,536 
1,595,486 
1,650,262 
1,374,622 



1,265,157 
1.041.291 
1,196,831 
2,787,631 



307,179 
236,387 

90,787 
371,267 
265,271 
301,513 
125.375 

47,097 



477,675 
293,432 
921,455 



1*10 



Total 
p<q>alatlaD. 



n,97t,M« 



6,552,681 
19,315,892 
18,250,621 
11,637,921 
12,194,805 
8.409,991 
8,784,534 
2,633,517 
4,192,304 



742,371 
430,573 
365,966 

3,366,416 
643,610 

1,114,756 



9,113,614 
2,537,167 
7,665,111 



4,767,121 
2,700,876 
5,638,591 
2,810,173 
2,333,860 

2,075,708 
2,224.771 
3,293,835 
677,056 
583,888 
1,192,214 
1,690.949 



202,322 
1.295.346 

331,069 
2,061.612 
1,221.119 
2,206,287 
1,515,400 
2,609.121 

752,619 



2,289,905 
2,184.789 
2,138.003 
1,797,114 



1,574,449 
1,656.388 
1,667,155 
3,896,542 

376.053 
■ 325,594 
145,965 
799,024 
327,301 
204,354 
373,351 
81,875 



1,141,990 

672,786 

2,377,549 



Urban 
popula- 
tion. 



42,1M,U0 



4,908,082 
13,723,373 
9,617,271 
3,873,716 
3,092,153 
1,574,229 
1,957,456 
9)7,511 
2,382,329 



262,248 
255.099 
98,917 
3,125,367 
624,654 
731,797 



7,186,494 
1,907,210 
4,630,669 



2,665,143 
1,143,835 
3,476,929 
1,327,044 
1,004,320 



830,284 
680,054 
1,398,817 
63,236 
76,673 
310,852 
493,790 



97,085 
658,192 
331,069 
476,529 
228,242 
318,474 
224,832 
538,650 
219,060 



655,442 
441,045 

370,431 
207,311 



202,681 
496,516 
320,155 
938,104 



133,420 
69,898 
43,221 

404,840 
46,571 
63,260 

172,934 
13,367 



606,530 

307,060 

1,469.739 



Rural population. 



Total. 



48, 106,146 



1,554,599 
5,583,519 
8,633,350 
7,764,205 
9.102.742 
6,835,672 
6,827,078 
1,686.006 
1.809,975 



480,133 
178.473 
257,039 
941,049 
17,966 
382,969 



1,928,130 

629,967 

3,034,442 



2.101,978 
1,557,041 
2,161.662 
1,483,129 
1,329,540 



1,225,414 

1,544,717 

1,894,518 

513,820 

881,382 
1,197,159 



105,237 
637,154 



1,585,083 
992,877 
1,887.813 
1,290,568 
2,070,471 
533,539 



1,734,463 
1.743,744 

1,767,662 
1,589,803 



1,371,768 
1,159,872 
1,337,000 
2,958,438 



242,633 
255,696 
102,744 
394,184 
280,730 
141,094 
20O,4n 



536,460 
365,705 
907.810 



Inineor- 
poreted 
places. 



8,U>,141 



77,636 

1,084,043 

1,962,985 

1,862,331 

1,064,383 

657,692 

771,238 

335,515 

363,326 



18,929 
1,340 
45,565 



11,812 



362,204 
149.790 
581,959 



452.030 
300.647 
675,802 
285,955 
238,851 



326,166 
488,716 
359,452 
98,261 
117,871 
a43;2tt 
278,574 



29.027 

68,788 



113,016 
132,396 
218,482 
129,360 

285,803 
87,509 



188,872 
133,940 

164.511 
170,369 

174,764 
109,802 
230,367 
256,305 



35,186 
59,375 
22,866 
96,767 
17,613 
16,406 
80.644 
6,668 



120,532 

89,742 
153,052 



In unin- 
corporated 
territory. 



ll,6M.tl7 



1,476,963 
4.508,476 
6.680.365 
5,901,874 
8,038,359 
8.177,980 
6,055.840 
1.350.491 
1,446,649 



461,194 
174,138 
211,484 
241,049 
17,956 
371,147 



1,675,826 

480.167 

2,452,483 

1,649,948 
1.256.304 
1,486.160 
1,197,174 
1,090.689 



899,248 
1,106,002 
1,535,066 
415.559 
389,344 
638,070 
918,585 



76,210 

568,366 



1,472,067 

860.479 

1,669,331 

1,161,268 

1,784,668 
446,030 



1,545,591 
1,609,804 
1,603,151 
1,419,434 



1,197,004 
1,050,070 
1,106,633 
2,702,133 



207,447 
196,321 

79,878 
297,427 
263,117 
134,688 
119,773 

61,840 



415,928 
275,963 
754.758 



1 Includes population of Indian Territory for 1900 and 1890. 



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URBAN AND RURAL. 



47 



BY DIVISIONS AND STATES: 1860-1920. 





uoo 




UM 


ino 


lUft 


IMW 


UN 


""• 


Total 


■ TTrban 


Kural 


Total 


Urban 


Rural 


Pernnt 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 


Percent 




popolktlcn. 


popnlatlan. 


popokktian. 


popolatioo. 


population. 


popolatten. 


urban. 


ruraL 


urban. 


rural. 


urban. 


rural. 


urbfto* 


rural. 




7i,W4,nf 


tO,iM,4S* 


4(,n4,141 


6S,HT,714 


n, 118,169 


40,649,3(6 


61.4 


4S.* 


46.8 

76.3 


54.2 


40.0 


60.0 

27.5 


St.* 


«.« 


1 


^ 502,017 


4,053,427 


1,538,590 


i700,740 


3,139,899 
^333,772 
5,007^181 


1,560; 850 


79.2 


2a8 


23.7 


72.5 


66.8 


33.2 


S 


IS, 484,078 


la 075,883 
7^219^975 


6,378,795 


12,706,220 


^372,448 


74.9 


25.1 


71.0 


29.0 


65.2 


34.8 


67.7 


42.3 


s 


1^085,581 
10^34^423 


8,765,606 


13,478,306 


8,381.124 


6a8 


89.2 


52.7 


47.3 


45.2 


54.8 


37.8 


6S.2 


4 


2,916,544 


7, 400; 870 


8,932,112 


2,308,819 


6,623,293 
7,129,903 


37. r 


62L3 


33.3 


66.7 


28.5 


71.5 


26.8 


74.2' 


S 


ia443,480 
0^582,290 


%233;«33 


8; 210; 848 


8,857,922 


1, 728; 019 
817,306 


31.0 


69.0 


25.4 


74.8 


21.4 


78.6 


19. S 


8a5 


« 


1.13!, 066 
1,057; 197 


§47? OB 


6,429; 154 


5,611,848 


22.4 


77.6 


18.7 


81.3 


15.0 


S5.0 


12.7 


87.3 


T 


4, 740; 983 


715,999 


4,024,984 


2&0 


71.0 


22.3 


77.7 


16.2 


83.8 


15.1 


84.9 


8 


l,«74,fl57 


541,363 


1,133,294 


1,213,935 


856)627 


858,308 


38.4 


63.6 


36.0 


64.0 


32.3 


67.7 


2as 


7D.7 


• 


2; 416,002 


1,12!^ 366 


1;m?336 


1,888,334 


801,735 


1,086,599 


62.4 


37.6 


56.8 


43.2 


46.4 


53.8 


42.6 


ST. 5 


10 


604,460 


231827 


46L639 


661,066 


173,781 


487,305 


t9.0 


61.0 


35.3 


64.7 


33.5 


88.5 


36)3 


».7 


11 


411,588 


afseo 


18&319 


376,530 


192,479 


184,051 


63.1 


36.9 


50.2 


40.8 


55.0 


45.0 


61.1 


48.9 


12 


343, 6U 


^831 


267^810 


332,422 


50; 638 


281,784 


31.2 


68.8 


37.8 


72.2 


22.1 


77.9 


15.2 


84.8 


13 


2,806,340 


2,5^088 
40?; 847 


238; 248 


2,238,947 


2,008,834 


23^093 


94.8 


5.2 


92.8 


7.3 


91.5 


8.5 


8a5 


HXS 


14 


^6S6 


20; 909 


345^506 


32^602 


18,904 


97.5 


2.5 


96.7 


3.3 


95.1 


4.0 


94.5 


8.5 


IS 


906,420 


543,755 


364,665 


716,258 


392,545 


353,713 


67.8 


32.2 


85.6 


34.4 


S9i9 


40.1 


52.6 


47.4 


18 


7,268,804 


5*29^111 


1,97a 783 
55<507 


6,003,174 


3,809,737 


2,103,437 


82.7 


17.8 


78.8 


21.2 


72.9 


27.1 


85.0 


38.0 


17 


1,883,660 


1,329; 162 


1,444,983 


878,638 


56^205 


78.4 


21.6 


75.2 


24.8 


7a8 


29.4 


60.7 


3B.3 


18 


6,30% 116 


S,44a;610 


2,863,505 


5,268)113 


2,557,397 


2,700,716 


84.3 


85.7 


6a4 


39l6 


54.7 


45.3 


4a6 


51.4 


19 


4,U7,{46 


1,996,382 


2, 159; 163 


3,672,329 


1,504,390 


2,167,939 


83.8 


36.2 


56.9 


44.1 


48.1 


51.9 


4L0 


50.0 


20 


^{06^462 


862,689 


1,663,773 


2,19^404 
3,836:352 


590)039 


1,602,365 


5a8 


49.4 


42.4 


57.6 


34.3 


65.7 


26.9 


71.1 


21 


4,aei,650 


2,616,368 


2,2Wi,182 


1,710,172 


2, 116, 180 


67.9 


32.1 


61.7 


38.3 


84.3 


46.7 


44.7 


S6.3 


22 


2,400^962 


95^323 


1,46^659 


2,093,890 


730)294 


1,363,596 


8L1 


38.9 


47.2 


62.8 


39.3 


6a7 


849 


et.1 


23 


2, 0001042 


790,213 


1,373; 829 


1,693,330 


562,286 


1,131,044 


47.3 


62.7 


43.0 


37.0 


38.2 


61.8 


33.2 


86. S 


24 


1, TBI, 394 


596,100 


1,153,204 


1,310; 283 


443,049 


867,234 


44.1 


55.9 


41.0 


59)0 


34.1 


85.9 


33.8 


66.2 


25 


2,231,853 


573,386 


1,659,467 


1,912,297 


405,764 


1,506)533 


36.4 


63.8 


3a6 


69.4 


25.6 


714 


21.2 


TB.8 


26 


3,106,666 


1,128,104 


1,978,561 


2,679,185 


856,966 


1,822,219 


46.6 


53.4 


43.5 


57.5 


38.3 


03.7 


82.0 


oao 


27 


319^146 


^413 


295i733 


190^083 


10,643 


180; 340 


13.8 


86.4 


11.0 


89.0 


7.3 


92.7 


5.6 


94.4 


28 


40^ «» 


40; 036 


360; «34 


948,900 


38) «U 


330; 048 


16.0 


84.0 


13.1 


86.9 


ia2 


89.8 


8.2 


ai.8 


29 


1,066,300 


252,702 


813,596 


1,062; 656 


291,641 


771,015 


31.3 


68.7 


26.1 


73.9 


23.7 


78.3 


27.4 


72.6 


30 


1,470^495 


330,903 


1,139,592 


1, 428; 108 


272; 201 


1,155)907 


34.9 


6&I 


29;2 


Tas 


22.5 


77.5 


lai 


sao 


31 


184,735 


85,717 


99; 018 


168; 493 


71,067 


97,426 


54.2 


46.8 


4S.0 


52.0 


46.4 


53.6 


42.2 


57.8 


32 


1,18S,044 


691,206 


596,838 


1,042,390 


495,702 


546,688 


6ao 


4ao 


50.8 


49.2 


4a 8 


5a2 


47.6 


52.4 


33 


STUTIS 
1,854,184 


278>718 
340; 067 




2*0^888 
l,65^96^ 


230; 399 

282,721 




190.0 
29.2 


'"'Tas' 


100)0 
23.1 


"~76.'9' 


100)0 
18.3 




loao 

17.1 


■""S."9' 


34 


i,'5i4,'i'7' 


i,'373,'269" 


■■"si.y 


35 


05^800 


125,465 


833,335 
1,707; 020 


7^794 
1,617^949 


81,365 


681,429 


25.2 


74.8 


18.7 


81.3 


13.1 


86.9 


ia7 


8ti3 


36 


1,803,810 


186,790 


115,759 


1,502,190 


19.2 


8a8 


14.4 


85.6 


ao 


oai 


7.2 


92.8 


37 


1,340^316 


171,256 


1,169,060 


1, 151, 149 
1,«7;353 


116,183 


1,034,966 


17.6 


82.5 


14.8 


85.2 


12.8 


87.2 


lai 


8a9 


38 


2,216,331 


34&382 
107,031 


1,869,949 


257,472 


1,579,881 


25.t 


74.9 


20.6 


79.4 


15.6 


84.4 


14.0 


86.0 


39 


52^842 


421,511 


391,422 


77,358 


314,084 


S6.7 


83.3 


29.1 


7a9 


20.3 


79.7 


ia8 


8a2 


40 


2,147,174 


487,668 


1,679,506 


l,85&Ufi 
1,7W.U8 


356,713 


1,601,922 


26.2 


73.8 


24.3 


75.7 


21.8 


7S.2 


ia2 


8&8 


41 


%020^616 
I! 828; 697 


326^639 


1,693,977 


238,394 


1,529; 124 


36.1 


73.9 


20.2 


79.8 


16.2 


S3.8 


13.5 


8815 


42 


216,714 


1,611,983 


1,513; 401 


152,235 


1,361,168 


21.7 


7813 


17.3 


82.7 


11.9 


88.1 


lai 


8&9 


43 


1,551,270 


120; 035 


1,431,235 


1,280; 600 


69,966 


1,219,634 


13.4 


8&6 


11.5 


88.5 


7.7 


92.3 


5.4 


94.6 


44 


1,311,564 


111,733 


1,190; 831 


1,128,211 


73,159 


1,055,062 


16.6 


83.4 


12.9 


87.1 


8.5 


9L5 


8.5 


93.5 


45 


1,381,625 


366,288 


1,015»337 


, 1,118,588 


283,845 


834)743 


34.9 


66.1 


30.0 


70.0 


26.5 


73,5 


25.4 


74.6 


46 


790,391 


58,417 


731,974 
2,52^961 


258,657 


9,484 


249; 173 


26.6 


73.4 


19.3 


8a7 


7.4 


92.6 


3.7 


96.3 


47 


3,048,710 


520; 759 


2,23i,sn 


349,511 


1,886)018 


S2.4 


87.6 


24.1 


75.9 


17.1 


82.9 


15.0 


84.4 


48 


243,329 


84,554 


158,776 


142,924 


38,787 


104,137 


31.3 


68.7 


35.5 


64.5 


34.7 


65.3 


27.1 


72.9 40 


161,772 
92,531 


10,003 
26,657 


151,709 
65,874 


88,548 
62,555 




88; 548 
41,071 
237,344 


27.6 
39i5 


72.4 
70.5 


21.5 
29.6 


78.5 
7a4 


6.2 
28.8 


93.8 
71.2 


■"■"si's" 


loao ' 

65.7 


w 


2i,'484' 


51 


639^700 


260,651 
K^381 


27^049 
16^929 


413,249 


185)905 


48.2 


51.8 


5a7 


49.3 


48.3 


51.7 


45.0 


55.0 M 


195^310 


160; 282 


9; 970 


150; 312 


18.0 


82.0 


14.2 


85.8 


14.0 


88.0 


6.2 


93.8 1 53 


122,931 


1^495 


103,436 


88; 243 


8,302 


79)041 


S5.2 


64.8 


31.0 


69.0 


15.9 


84.1 


9.4 


•"^S SI 


276,749 


1(^427 


in, 322 


2ia779 


75,155 


135)624 


48.0 


52.0 


46.3 


53.7 


38.1 


61.9 


35.7 


64.3 1 55 


42; 335 


7,195 


35,140 


47,356 


16,024 


31,331 


19.7 


8a3 


16.3 


83.7 


17.0 


8:1.0 


33.8 


66)2 { 56 


S18;103 


211,477 


806,626 


. 85J232 
1 31^704 


127,178 


230; OM 


55.2 


44.8 


53.0 


47.0 


4a8 


50.2 


35.6 


61.4 


57 


413,536 


133,180 


280; 356 


85,093 


232,611 


49.9 


5ai 


45.8 


SI 


32.2 


67.8 


26.8 


7a2 


58 


I 485^053 


777,699 


707,354 


1 1,213,316 


589,464 


623,934 


68.0 


32.0 


61.8 


52.4 


47.6 


48.6 


5L4 


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PER CENT URBAN IN TOTAL POPULATION, BY STATES: 1910. 




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COMDCUUmES CLASSIFIED ACCOBDINO TO SIZE. 

United States as a whole. — In addition to classifjdng 
the population according to the broad groupings ivban 
and rural, a further and more detailed analysis may 
be made by comparing the proportions of the total 
population residing in communities of specified size 
groups at each of the last four censuses. In making 
any study of this comparison, it must be kept in mind 
that the figures for a given group of cities at one census 
do not relate to exactly the same cities as those for the 
corresponding group at another census, since many 
places, as their population increases (or, in a few cases, 
decreases), pass from one group to another at succes- 
sive censuses. 

Table 31 shows, for the United States as a whole, 
the number of places constituting each of the specified 
classes at each of the last four censuses, the combined 
population of each group, and the percentage which 
the population of each group represented of the total 
for the country. Under the heading "Urban terri- 
tory," which in the previous discussion has been con- 
sidered as a unit, the communities of 2,500 inhabitants 
or more are subdivided, according to size, into nine 
classes of places, and the population of the rural terri-* 



tory is also subdivided by distinguishing the popula- 
tion of incorporated places having fewer than 2,500 
inhabitants from that of unincorporated territory. 
The urban classes for 1920, 1910, and 1900 consist of 
incorporated municipalities in all parts of the country 
and of towns* in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and 
Rhode Island. At the census of 1890 separate returns 
for urban communities were not confined to incorpo- 
rated places, and, as the incorporated places were not 
distinguished from the unincorporated, the number of 
the former class can not be exactly determined for 
that year. The number of places having 2,500 or more 
inhabitants which are not incorporated as municipali- 
ties is, however, very small except in Massachusetts, 
New Hampshire, and Ehode Island. For the urban 
class, therefore, the figures for 1890 are fairl]^ com- 
parable with those for the other census years covered 
by the table. In order to make the figures for incor- 
porated places having fewer than 2,500 inhabitants 
in 1890 comparable with the corresponding figures for 
the more recent censuses, the nimiber of such places in 
1890 has been estimated according to the method 
adopted in compiling the census reports for 1900. (See 
note 3, Table 31.) 



Table 81.— DISTRIBUTION OP POPULATION IN GROUPS OF CITIES CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO SIZE, AND IN 

RURAL TERRITORY: 1890-1920. 



CLASS or TLkCES. 



Totalpopulatlon ofthe United States. 



VrtMtn teirltorr 

Places o( 1,000,000 or more. . . 
Places of 500,000 to 1,000,000. 
Places of 250,000 to 500,000. . . 
Places of 100,000 to 290,000. . . 
Places of SO,000 to 100,000. . . . 

Places of 25,000 to 50,000 

Places of 10,000 to 25,000 

Places of 5,000 to 10,dOO 

Places of 2,500 to 5,000 



Rand terrltoiy 

Incwporated places of less than 2,500. 
Otherruralterritory 



ISSO 



IMO 



Nnin- 

berof ' Population. 

places.! 



105,710,820 I 



'2,787 

3 

9 

13 

43 

79 

143 

450 

721 

1,320 



12,905 



64,10t,«0t 
la 145, 532 
6,223,760 
4,540^838 
6,519,187 
5,265,747 
5,075,041 
6,942,742 
4,997,794 
4,593,953 

U,i0«,017 

8,969,241 

42,436,776 



Num- I 

ber of Population. 

places. 



91,972,266 



12,311 
3 

5 

11 

31 

59 

119 

387 

612 

1,106 



11,8 



42,1M,1S0 
8,501,174 
3,0101667 
3,948,839 
4,840^458 
4,178,015 
4,OQ6>015 
5,524,434 
4,254,856 
3,879^732 

4>, 806,146 

8,169,149 

41,636,997 



1900 



Num- 
ber of 
places. 



1,101 

3 

3 

9 

23 

40 

82 

280 

468 

883 



8,930 



Population. 



75,994,575 



30,380,433 
6,429,474 
1,645,087 
2,861,296 
3,272,490 
2,709,338 
2,8001 627 
4,338,250 
3,220,766 
3,103,106 

45,614,148 
6,301,533 
39,312,600 



1890 



Num- 
ber of 
places. 



11,417 

3 

1 

7 

17 

30 

66 

228 

339 

726 



•6,490 



Population. 



62,947, n4 



22,»8,SS9 

3,6B2,115 
80a,3« 
2,447,608 
2,781,894 
2,022,822 
2,268,788 
3,429,247 
2,372,717 
2, 50), 827 

40,649,355 

4,757,974 
35,891,381 



PES CKMT or TOTAL 
TOPULATIOS. 



ueo 



loao 



51.4 

8.6 
5.9 
4.3 
6.2 
5.0 
4.8 
6.6 
4.7 
.4.3 

48.6 

8.5 

40.1 



1910 



loao 



1900 



loao 



45.8 
9.2 
3.3 
4.3 
5.3 
4.5 
4.4 
6.0 
4.6 
4.2 

51.2 

8.9 
45.3 



40.0 
8.5 
2.2 
3.8 
4.3 
3.6 
3.7 
5.7 
1.2 
1.1 

60.0 
8.8 
51.7 



18M 



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35.4 

5.8 
1.3 
3.9 
4.1 
3.2 
3.6 
5.1 
3.8 
4.0 

61.6 

7,8 
57.0 



1 The totalnumber of places of certain classes for the United States as a whole is less tlian thesum of the numberssbown tor the Indivldaalstates of the country, for the 
reason thateadi of tlireeciuesiies in two adjoiningstates,namdy, Bristol (Vlrginiaand Tennegeee), Texartana (Arkanaasand Texas), and Union City (Indianaand Ohio), 
and is counted in each state. ICoreover, one of these cities, Bristol, lies In two geograpliic divisions (South Atlantic and East South Central), and is counted in both. 
Each of these cities consists of two Incorporated municipalities, but each is, from the statisticalstandpoint, one dty and should be classed according to its total population. 
Ineachcasethatpartofthepopu]ationlIvlnglneachstate,whateTerltsniimber,iscredlted to the group of cities to which, according to Its total population, the dty be- 
longs. Classed in this manner, Bristoltell in 1920 and 1910 tn the class of cities having 10,000 to 25,000 Inhabitants, and in 1900 and 1800 in the 5,000-10,000 class: Texarkana 
fell, in 1920, 1910, and 1900, In the 10,000-25,000 class, and in 1890 in the 5,000-10,000 class; and Union aty feU at each census from 1880 to 1920 in the 2,500-5,000 class. 

• Inclodee 48 places not returned separately. 

' The number of incorporated places can not be exactly determined from the returns of the 1890 census, at which incorporated places were not distinguished from unin- 
corporated ones, and very small places, whether incorporated or not, were not enumerated separately. It has been aswimed tbst thcee plaoes were incorporated in 1890 
whteh wereretumedsapantelyln thatyearand wereretumedinlOOOasincorpocated. (SeeReportsoftheTweUthCensus: 190^ Population, Vol. I, p. Iviiil) Theflgnres 
dvenfor 1890 in tUs table for iiio(»rporaMd places haying fewer than 3,500 inhabitants nuy, therefore, indude the population ofaome unlncori>otatea places and exctode 
that of some Incorporated plaoes. 



It will be seen from Table 31 that, in addition to the 
51.4 per cent of the total population which in 1920 
resided in communities classed by the Census Bureau 
as ittban, 8.6 per cent resided in incorporated places 
having fewer than 2,500 inhabitants, the a^regate 
for the two classes being 63,273,844, or 59.9 per cent 
of the total population. Although this aggregate 



does not include the population raiding in unincor- 
porated villages, it approximates the total of what 
may be described as the agglomerated population of 
the country. The population living in rural territory 
outside of incorporated places — nimibering 42,436,776 
and constituting 40.1 per cent of the total — although 
it includes a small proportion living in villages, is in 



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tiie main a scattered population and is more essen- 
tially rural in character than the total rural given in 
Table 31, which includes the inhabitants of small 
incorporated places. It may be noted that the con- 
ditions of environment and of occupation for the 
population of small as well as of large municipalities 
are essentially different from those which prevail in 
distinctly rural districts. 

The group of cities having 1,000,000 or more inhab- 
itants has comprised the same three cities — New York, 
Chicago, and Philadelphia — at each of the four cen- 
suses covered by the table; but each of the other 
groups has been made up of an increasing number of 
cities from census to census. The proportion which 
the population of each group forms of the total for 
the country has also increased trcaaa. census to census, 
with very few exceptions. The only exception for 
tile decade 1910-1920 appears in the case of the group 
comprising cities of 250,000 to 500,000, which contained 
4.3 per cent of the total population in each of the two 
census years. The explanation is to b« found in the 
passage of four important cities — Buffalo, Detroit, 
Los Angeles, and San Francisco — from this group to 
that next above, the aggregate population of these 
four cities being considerably greater than that of the 
six cities which entered the group from that next 
below during the same period. 

In Table 32 the cities are grouped so as to throw 
into one aggregate the total population living in all 
cities having more than the specified minimum. 

Tablk 32. — ^Number and Population of Places or Each 
Specified Size: 1890-1920. 



CLASS or PLACIS. 



Nnmber of places of spedSed 
■ize: 

25,000 or more 

100,000 or more 

290,000 or more 

500,000 or more 

1,000,000 or mora 

PopoUtion livtng in places ol 
specified siia: 

25,000 or more 

100,000 or more 

2SO/)00 or more 

50^000 <» more 

1,000,000 or more 

Peroentue of total population 
liTing In places of specified 
file: 

^000 or more 

100,000 or more 

290,000 or more 

500,000 or more 

1,000,000 or mote 



1»S0 



287 
68 
25 
12 
3 



37,770,114 
27,429,326 
20,910,130 
16,309,301 
10,145,532 



35.7 
25.9 
19.8 
15.5 
9.6 



1910 



228 
50 
19 



28,507,098 
20,30e,138 
15,481,680 
11,511,841 
8,601,174 



31.0 
22.1 
16.8 
115 
9.2 



1900 



160 
38 
15 



19,718,312 
14,308,347 
10,935,857 
8,074,561 
6,429,474 



25.9 
18.7 
14.4 
10.6 
8.5 



1890 



124 
28 
11 

4 
3 



13,989,568 
9,697,960 
6,916,066 
4,468,458 
3,662,116 



22.2 
15.4 
11.0 
7.1 

5.8 



It will be noted that the proportion of the population 
living in cities having 500,000 inhabitants or more has 
more than doubled since 1890. This great increase 
is due in part, however, to the fact that the number 
of cities having more than 500,000 inhabitants was 
three times as great in 1920 as in 1890. The in- 
• crease, from 5.8 per cent in 1890 to 9.6 per cent in 



1920, in the proportion which the population living 
in cities having 1,000,000 inhabitants or more forms 
of the total, becomes more striking when it is remem- 
bered that this results entirely from the growth of the 
three cities — New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia — 
which have composed this group since 1890. 

Divisions and states. — The population, in 1920, of 
urban places, classified in five size groups, and of 
rural districts, is shown by geographic sections and 
divisions in Table 34, from which the percentages in 
Table 33 are derived. The number of urban groups 
shown in these tables has been reduced to five be- 
cause of the yery great differences which appear 
among the several divisions with respect to the distri- 
bution of the urban population among communities 
of various sizes. Only two of the nine divisions 
contained cities having more than 1,000,000 inhab- 
itants in 1920, and one division contained no city 
having 250,000 or more inhabitants. The grouping 
adopted is such as to show for each division at least 
two cities belonging to each group. 

Table 88. — Peb Cent op Popitlation in Urban Places op 
Specified Sizes and in Rural Districts, bt Sections and 
Divisions: 1920. 







imB4N PLACES or— 




! 

' Rural 
I dig. 
' trlcts. 


aSCnOH ANS DITISION. 


100,000 

or 
more. 


25,000 

to 
lOOAlO- 


10,006 

to 
25,000. 


6,660 

to 
10,000. 


2,560 

to 
5,000. 


TTnited States 


25.9 


9.8 


1.1 


4.7 


4.3 


46.6 






TheKorth 


84.0 

29.8 
47.4 
31.6 
17.0 

10.3 
12.6 
7.8 
9.3 

M.4 

11.2 
35.5 


11.7 
23.0 

lao 

12.5 
5.8 

6.3 
8.0 
4.1 
5.9 

8.7 
5.3 
10.8 


7.9 
14.3 
7.6 
7.2 
5.6 

4.Z 

3.8 
3.9 
5.0 

l.t 

6.8 
5.8 


1.4 

8.1 
5.0 
5.5 
4.3 

3.1 

3.1 
2.8 
3.9 

(.5 

6.6 

4.8 


4.3 

4.2 
4.3 
4.1 
4.9 

4.0 
3.4 
3.8 

4.8 

1.8 

6.5 
5.4 


36 7 




20.8 


Middle Atlantic 


25.1 


East Nortli Central 

West Norm Central 

TheSonth 


39.2 
62.3 

71.9 


Soutli Atlantic 


I 60.0 


East Soutli Central 

West South Central 

The West 


1 77.6 
1 71.0 

47 4 


Mo^intain 


63.6 


Pacific 


37 6 






East of the Mississippi River.. 
West of the Mississippi River. 


29.7 
17.2 


11. 1 
6.7 


7.0 
5.6 


4.8 
4.5 


4.0 
5.1 


43.4 
6a9 



It will be seen from Table 33 that the concentra- 
tion of the population in cities of 100,000 and over is 
greatest in the Middle Atlantic and the Pacific divi- 
sions, bordering on the Atlantic and the Pacific sea- 
boards, respectively. Disregarding the Pacific divi- 
sion, by far the greatest concentration in large cities 
is foimd in the Northern states east of the Mississippi 
River. In the North as a whole the proportion in 
cities of 100,000 or more was over three times as great 
as in the South and was more than one-fourth greater 
than in the West. In the section east of the Missis- 
sippi River the corresponding proportion was nearly 
three-fourths greater than in that -west of the Mis- 
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Tabl» 34.— number AND POPULATION OP URBAN PLACES OF SPECIFIED SIZES, AND POPULATION OF RURAL 

DISTRICTS, BY SECTIONS AND DIVISIONS: 1920. 



sscnoN AMD mnaioN. 



TTnlted Stetu 

ThfllTortii 

New Endaad 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

The South 

Soath Atlantic 

East South Central 

West South Central 

TheWect 

Mountain 

Padflc 

East of the Mlsaisaiiiiit River. 
West of the Missis^>pi River 



tntBAK FUICXS OF— 



100,000 or more. 



Num- 
ber of 
places. 



68 



Population. 



n,48,3« 



Zl,6e0,731 
2, 203, SOS 

10,M9,«)9 
6,775,993 
2,131,833 

t, 416, 317 

1,7»,625 
004,890 
952,332 

t,*U,M8 

374,601 
l,»n,647 



21,992,913 
5,436,413 



25,000 to 100,000. 



Num- 
ber of 
places. 



219 



U8 
36 
4S 
61 
14 

44 

25 
7 
12 

17 

5 
12 



Population. 



10,340,788 



7,487,964 
1,699,018 
2,353,654 
2,681,461 
733,831 

2,094,608 

1,119,452 
387,928 
607,225 

778,221 

176,623 
601,698 



176 
43 



8,221,511 
2,119,277 



10,000 to 25,000. 



Niun- 
berof 
places. 



>459 



111 
101 
48 

95 



121 



Population. 



8,942,742 



8,000,589 
1,064,768 
1,607,009 
1,543,115 
705,677 

1, an, 804 
534,462 
343,900 
616,442 

848,86* 

227,902 
820,467 



5,173,2(4 
1,789,488 



5,000 to 10,000. 



Num- 
ber of 
places. 



721 



487 
85 
158 
166 

78 

181 
64 

37 
60 



610 

211 



Population. 



4,9*7,794 



S,42S,U7 

698,045 

1,113,921 

1,172,577 

540,654 

1,088,8(8 
436,404 
247,470 
399,984 

4*8,78* 
218,948 
269,791 



3,(68,417 
1,429,377 



2,(00 to 5,000. 



Niun- 
berof 
places. 



11,820 



786 
98 
272 
246 
175 

887 
142 
98 
147 

147 

62 
85 



Population. 



4, (98, 8(3 



309,936 
958,412 
876,126 
615,377 

1,815, 218 

478,849 
340,521 
496,846 

tu,*** 

216,906 
301,980 



2,963,844 
1,630,109 



Rural 
districts — 
population. 



(1,408,017 



21,3(7,633 
1,535,836 
5,588,549 
8,426,271 
7,816,877 

2S,8tl,»7l 
9,651,480 
6,899,100 
7,271,39S 

4,tl8,(«* 
2,121,121 
2,096,888 



32,101i216 
19,3(M,781 



> See note 1 to Table 31, p. 60. 



In the North as a whole, in the section east of the 
Mississippi River considered as a whole, and in each 
of the three northern divisions lying east of the 
Mississippi, the proportion of the population in each 
group of cities is greater than in the group next below; 
but in the South as a whole, in each southern division 
separately, and in each division west of the Mississippi 
River except the Mountain division, the proportion 
was greater for cities of 2,500 to 5,000 than for those of 
5,000 to 10,000. 



The population of the several divisions and states 
at the last four Federal censuses is distributed among 
urban places grouped according to specified limits of 
popidation, and rural districts, in Table 35.* Including 
the District of Columbia, which is wholly urban and is 
independent of any state, the 287 urban places having 
25,000 inhabitants or more in 1920 are distributed 
among 41 states, the 7 states in which there were no 
cities above this size being Idaho, Mississippi, Nevada, 
New Mexico, North Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming. 



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Table Sfi.— NUMBER AND AGGREGATE POPULATION OF URBAN PLACES OF SPECIFIED SIZES, AND POPULATION 

OF RURAL DISTRICTS, BY^ DIVISIONS AND STATES: 1890-1920. 

^he total number of titita of certain classes for the United States as a whole, and for certain geographic dtvtsloos, Is less than the stun of the numbers shown tor tha 

Individual states of the country or of the divisions, as explained In note 1 to Table 31, p. 50.] 



DIVISION, 9rATB,AKO 
CSHSUS TBAB. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



UJilTJU) STATXS 

UM 

ttU 

INO 

IIM 

OB OOa APHIC 

Divisioira. 

New BNaiAND: 

1820 

1910 

1800 

UBO 

MiDDLS ATLAimc: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

180O 
East N . ciimur:' ' 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

TTlST N.CimKAl: 

1010 

1910 

1900 

1890 

SotrrH ATLAwnc: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

East S.C^htbai.: 

1920 

1910 

1900 , 

1890 
Wmt s'.ciimiiji:" 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 
MOCNTAW:' 

1930 

1910 

1900 

1800 

PAOric: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1880 

NEW ENGLAND. 

Maine: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1800 

New Hampshire: 

1920.1 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Vermont: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Massachusetts: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Bhode Island: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1800 

Ooonectlcnt: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 



?LACla HA VINO A POPULATION OP— 



100,000 or more 



Pqpi 

tlO) 



>ula- 

,on. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



n,4W,tM 

80, tot, in 

14,80«,MT 
t,«7,(«0 



2, 208, lot 

l,606y9S4 

1,007,800 

580,023 

10,549,590 
8,599,8n 
(l,«)5,480 
4,446,905 

8,775,998 
4,781,988 
3,403,810 
2,173,891 

2,131,833 
1,675,058 
1,310,307 
1,023,833 

1,760,825 

1,172,021 

787,875 

884,831 

894,800 
S0&082 
30^081 
161,129 

952,332 
339,075 
387,104 
242,089 

374,001 
213,381 
133,860 
106,713 

1, on, 647 
298,907 



1,521,683 

1,146,999 

784,176 

448,477 

137,505 
224,326 

175,597 
132,146 

444,128 
235,659 
108,027 



25,000 to 100,000 



no 

178 
lU 
18 



10,340,788 
8,104,180 
6, SCO, MS 

4,111,808 



Popula- 
tion. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



1,800,018 
1,801,269 
1,250,258 
1,026,947 

2,358,654 
2,110,782 
1,315,158 
1,084,175 

2,681,461 

1,553,809 

935,320 

698,122 

733,^1 
801,931 
448,447 
354,908 

1,119,462 
712^387 
61^853 
408^189 

367,026 
289,285 
348,494 
364,388 

607,226 
636,814 
243,376 
158)255 

176,623 

230^995 

112^158 

44,843 

801,508 
267,688 
341,901 
250^091 



127,041 
84,818 
50^145 
86)426 

106,783 
96,068 
56,987 
44,126 



1,028,383 

1,008,483 

882,988 

706,723 

167,406 
143,526 
67,436 
27,633 

260,426 
268,375 
222,703 
312,040 



10,000 to 25,000 



'367 

mo 
lis 



68 
56 
61 
41 

111 
91 
67 
52 

101 
88 
79 
64 

48 
33 
22 
20 

136 

»27 

27 

19 

>23 
16 

7 
9 

130 

>27 

113 

9 

16 
12 
7 
7 

21 
19 

7 

7 



Fopula- 
tfon. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



8,Mt,T4t 
6,1M,4S4 

4,138,860 
3,411,147 



1,054,768 
851,779 
810,334 
647, 318 

1,697,009 

1,349)807 

1,027,611 

770,966 

1,643,116 

1,396,143 

1,262,955 

947,440 

705,677 
465,439 
336,860 
312,645 

634,462 
444,714 
429,391 
286,374 

343,900 
220,364 
98,512 
147,837 

515,442 
354,582 
174,907 
118,479 

227,902 
144,593 
99,787 
97,218 

320,467 
307,013 
108,903 
101,080 



77,189 
81,616 
96,867 
77,024 

86,976 
78,014 
67,374 
49,106 

47,741 
44,748 
30,139 
14,690 

694,111 
450)808 
413,698 
319,886 

96,361 
69,776 
87,405 
78,403 

152,300 
126,698 
114,851 
108,310 



6,000 to 10,000 



m 

811 
■488 

'in 



85 



63 

168 
130 
93 
76 

166 
164 
130 
96 

78 
71 
59 

a 

64 
68 
• 31 
121 

37 
33 
22 
16 

60 
33 
23 
114 

33 
26 
11 

8 

41 
19 
13 
7 



Popula- 
tion. 



t,W7,7H 
4,164,166 

3,120,711 
1,171,717 



>l,ttO 
1,101 
1113 
>71l 



698,045 
628,603 
604,527 
448,480 

1,113,921 
875)771 
636,600 
647,893 

1,172,677 

1,086)197 

899^043 



640,654 
498,769 
402,293 
286)188 

436,404 
397,081 
203,328 
146,079 

347, 470 
229,933 
164,241 
111,454 

229,386 
156,377 
94,704 

218,048 
174)020 
71.664 
47,186 

269,791 
135,096 
92,693 
39,437 



76)096 

74,084 
66,769 
48,154 

43)747 
40^074 
63,926 
42J584 

41, 714 
33,658 
37,572 
13,706 

321,312 
342,831 
310,720 
350,060 

61,346 
63,916 
49,008 
67,240 

53,832 
74,041 
86,542 

36,756 



3,60010 5,000 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



93 

87 
90 
122 

272 
223 
179 
139 

1246 
1232 
1211 
»178 

176 
156 
132 
96 

142 

105 

84 

68 

98 
67 
65 
38 

147 
117 
56 

33 

62 
54 
38 
18 

85 
66 
38 
32 



Popula- 
tion. 



4,M3,tU 
1,871,111 

t,in,ut 
i,Mi,nT 



309^936 

309,447 
330,506 
436,522 

968)412 
787)136 
631,034 
483,843 

876,126 
819,156 
728,847 
636,440 

616,377 
541, 919 
440,647 
332,266 

478)849 
365)960 
287,386 
223,646 

340,521 
236,665 
222,758 
132,600 

496,846 
397,699 
195,433 
102,522 

216,906 
184,622 
123,806 
60,668 

301,980 
337,438 
133,598 
111,530 



19,244 
21,731 
19,066 
12,178 

42,276 
40,913 

47,082 
56,664 

20^521 

20)511 

8,120 

22,342 

184,850 
176,156 
205,616 
278,718 

26,473 
23,112 
28,202 
31,180 

16,564 
27,024 
11,632 
35,440 



Rural 
districts— 
populatkm. 



(1,408,017 
40,IM,1M 
41814,141 
4C,«4t,Ui 



1,635)836 

1,638,590 
1,560,850 

5,688,649 
6)692,519 
6)378,796 
6,372,448 

8,436,271 
8,633,350 
8,765,606 
8,381,124 

7,816,877 
7,764,206 
7,400,879 
6,623,293 

9)661,480 
9,10^742 
8,210)848 
7, 1291 103 

6,809,100 
6,835,672 
6,416,701 
6)611,846 

7,271,395 
6,827,078 
5,476,093 
4,024,984 

2,121,121 
1,686,006 

1,133,394 
858,308 

2,095,388 
1,809,975 
1,294,336 
1,086,699 



100,000 

or 
more 



468,446 
480,123 
461,630 
487,306 

163,322 
176,473 
185)319 
184,051 

242,462 
267,089 
267,810 
281,784 

202,108 
241,049 
238,248 
235,098 

15,217 
17,956 
20,909 
18,904 

444,292 
382,959 
364,665 
■'153.713 



PBB CBm OP TOTAL POPtTLATION LIYINO Or— 



Plaoesof— 



tt.1 

U.7 
U.4 



29.8 
21.5 
10.1 
12.4 

47.4 
41.5 
41.8 
36.0 

31.6 
26.1 
21.3 
16.1 

17.0 
13.5 
1Z7 
11.6 

12.6 
9.6 
7.5 
7.6 

7.8 
7.1 
4.1 
2.6 

9.3 
3.9 
4.4 
6.1 

11.2 
8.1 

8.0 
8.8 

35.5 
34.2 
18.4 
16.8 



39.6 
34.1 
28.0 
20.0 

39.3 
41.3 
41.0 
38.2 

32.2 
21.1 
11.9 



25,000 

to 
100,000 



1.8 
It 

7.1 
8.8 



23.0 
24.4 
22.4 
21.8 

UXO 
lOiO 

8.5 
8.6 

12.6 
8.5 
6.9 
6.2 

6.8 
6.9 
4.8 
4.0 

8.0 
5.8 
4.9 
4.6 

4.1 
3.4 
4.6 
4.1 

6.9 
7.2 
3.7 
3.3 

6.3 

8.8 
6.7 
3.7 

10.8 
6.4 
14.1 
13.8 



16.6 
11.4 
7.2 
6.6 

24.1 
22.3 
13.8 
11.7 



26.7 
30.0 
30.4 
31.6 

27.7 

26.6 

15.7 

8.0 

19.6 
24.1 
24.6 
28.4 



10.000 
26,000 



8.6 

6.6 
(.7 
(.4 



14.3 

13.0 
14.5 
13.8 

7.6 
7.0 
6.6 
6.1 

7.2 
7.6 
7.8 
7.0 

6.6 
3.0 
3.2 
3.6 

3.8 
3.6 
4.1 
3.2 

3.9 
2.6 
1.3 
2.3 

6.0 
4.0 
2.7 
2.6 

6.8 
6.5 
6.0 
8.0 

5.8 
7.3 
4.6 
5.4 



10.1 
11.0 
13.9 
11.7 

19.6 
18.1 
16.4 
13.0 

13.5 
12.6 
8.8 
4.4 

15.4 
13.4 
14.7 
14.3 

15.9 
12.9 
20.4 
22.7 

11.0 
11.4 
12.6 
14.6 



6,000 

to 
10,000 



4.1 
4.8 
4.1 
1.8 



8.1 
9.6 
ia8 
9.6 

6.0 
4.5 
4^1 
4.3 

5.6 
6.0 
6.6 
4.8 

4.8 
4.3 
3.0 
3.2 

3.1 
3.3 
1.9 
1.6 

2.8 
2.7 
2.0 
L7 

3.9 
2.6 
2.4 
2.0 

6.6 
6.6 
4.3 
3.9 

4.8 
3.2 
3.8 
2.1 



9.9 
10.0 
9.6 
7.3 

9.9 
9.3 
13.1 
11.3 

11.8 
9.6 

10.9 
4.1 

8.3 

ia2 

11.1 
11.2 

10.1 
11.8 
11.4 
16.6 

'3.9 
6.6 
9.5 
4.9 



2,500 

to 
6,000 



4.1 

4.1 
4.1 

4.0 



4.2 

4.7 
8.7 
9.S 

4.3 
4.1 

4.1 
3.8 

4.1 

4.6 
4.6 
4.6 

4.9 
4.7 
4.3 

3.7 

3.4 
3.0 
2.8 
2.6 

3.8 
X8 
3.0 
2.1 

4.8 
4.6 
3.0 
2.2 

6.6 
7.0 
7.4 
4.0 

5.4 
6.7 
5.6 
5.9 



2.6 
2.9 
2.7 
1.8 

9.5 
9.6 
11.7 
15.0 

5.8 
6.8 
2.4 
6.7 

4.8 
5.2 
7.3 
12.4 

4.4 
4.3 

8.6 
9.0 

1.2 
2.4 
1.3 
4.7 



Rural 
dis- 
tricts. 



10)8 
23.7 
27.5 
83.1 

26.1 
29.0 
34.8 
42.3 

39.3 
47.3 
64.8 
62.2 

62.3 
66.7 
7L» 
74.2 

60.0 
74.6 
78.6 
80.5 

77.6 
81.3 
86.0 
87.3 

71.0 
77.7 
83.8 
84.9 

63.6 
64.0 
67.7 
70.7 

37.6 
43.2 
63.6 
67.6 



61.0 
64.7 
66.8 
73.7 

36.9 
4a8 
46.0 
48.0 

68.8 
72.2 
77.9 
84.8 

5.3 

7.2 
8.6 
10.5 

2.6 
3.3 
4.9 
6.6 

32.2 
34.4 
40.1 
47.4 



> See note 1 to Table 31, p. 60. 



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POPULATION. 



Tablb 36.— number AND AGGREGATE POPULATION OF URBAN PLACES OF SPECIFIED SIZES, AND POPULATION 
OF RURAL DISTRICTS, BY DIVISIONS AND STATES: 1890-1920— Continued. 

(S«e note at head of this table, p. 53.] 



DIViaOR, nATE, AND 
CBNSITB TBAB. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



PLACI3 KAVOla A POPULATION OP— 



100,000 or more 



Popula- 
tion. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



29,000 to 100,000 



Popu 
tlon 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



10,000 to 25,000 



Popula- 
tion. 



Num- 
ber ot 
places 



5,000 to 10,000 



Popula- 
tion. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



2,500 to 5,000 



Popi 
tlo 



lula- 
Ion. 



Sural 
districts — 
population. 



FIH CINT or TOTAL FOPULATION UVIKQ a— 





Places of 


- 




100,000 


nr 


10,000 


5,000 


2,500 


or 


to 


to 


to 


more 


100,000 


25,000 


10,000 


6,000 


«5.6 


7.8 


8.2 


1.9 


2.8 


62.0 


7.5 


4.8 


1.8 


2.8 


55.9 


5.5 


6.3 


a. 9 


3.7 


45.2 


7.4 


5.8 


3.7 


3.0 


34.4 


22.8 


8.5 


7.7 


5.1 


29.2 


34.6 


10.7 


(.6 


6.1 


29.6 


18.5 


11.6 


6.7 


6.1 


23.9 


19.1 


8.7 


6.1 


3.9 


30.5 


10.1 


10.2 


7.7 


6.8 


28.9 


10.5 


8.3 


7.6 


6.3 


29.3 


9.0 


5.6 


5.6 


5.3 


26.5 


7.0 


5.7 


4.8 


4.7 


37.7 


t.3 


7.9 


5.5 


3.4 


29.2 


8.3 


7.6 


6.8 


4.2 


23.2 


5.8 


7.3 


7.2 


4.6 


16.2 


9.5 


5.4 


5.4 


6.4 


10.7 


19.1 


10.2 


5.7 


4.9 


8.7 


9.1 


12.6 


7.0 


5.0 


6.7 


7.0 


8.7 


6.4 


5.4 


4.8 


5.3 


6.6 


5.4 


4.8 


41.7 


las 


6.3 


5.0 


4.3 


38.8 


7.7 


5.9 


5.1 


4.3 


36.2 


4.5 


6.6 


3.8 


4.1 


28.7 


1.9 


7.7 


2.6 


3.8 


30.8 


15.9 


4.9 


6.1 


3.3 


20.6 


9.3 


7.3 


6.9 


4.1 


U.8 


, 7.5 


8.8 


6.6 


4.6 


9.8 


6.4 


7.6 


6.0 


5.0 


17.4 


11.5 


7.7 


5.3 


5.6 


16.0 


9.4 


6.9 


5.3 


6.5 


13.8 


6.7 


9.5 


4.7 


4.5 


12.1 


1.5 


8.8 


6.4 


4.4 


25.8 


4.1 


4.7 


4.8 


4.7 


24.9 


3.8 


2.9 


5.5 


3.9 


20.9 


3.0 


2.4 


4.1 


3.7 


22.7 


2.5 


2.2 


3.1 


3.2 


5.3 


11.9 


8.0 


4.8 


6.5 




14.8 


6.2 


2.7 


6.9 




9.8 


5.8 


3.2 


6.9 




7.6 


6.0 


3.0 


4.6 


32.2 


4.3 


3.2 


3.2 


3.6 


28.4 


4.4 


2.1 


3.7 


3.9 


27.1 


0.8 


1.7 


3.9 


2.9 


21.8 


2.0 


1.8 


2.7 


3.7 






7.2 
4.6 


2.9 
2.9 
5.4 


3.5 
3.4 
1.9 
















3.0 
6.6 


2.6 
3.2 




4.0 


2.3 






4.3 
2.6 
2.9 

2.8 


4.7 
1.5 

5.0 


4.1 

6.1 
5.3 

4.4 










14.8 


4.2 


10.4 


6.9 


0.9 


6.2 


3.7 


9.6 


6.2 




4.5 


3.4 


13.2 


5.2 


3.7 


3.7 


1.7 


5.7 


6.9 


11.0 


4.3 


7.0 




10.6 


7.4 


5.7 


5.5 




5.8 


7.0 


4.6 


6.1 




4.9 


4.9 


5.0 


4.4 



Rural 
dis- 
tricts. 



WDDLB 
ATIaANTHJ. 

New York: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

New Jersey: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

PennsTlTania: 

1930 

1910 

1900 

1890 

EAST NOETH 
CENTBAL. 

Ohio: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Indiana: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1800 

jQlinots: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Ulchigan: 

IMO 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Wiaconstn: 

X920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

■WEST NORTH 
CENTRAL. 

Minnesota: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Iowa: 

1920 

1010 

1900 

1800 

Missouri: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

North DakoU: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

South Dakota: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Nebraska: 

1930 

1910 

1900 

1880 

Kansas: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1800 



0,807,810 
6,646,210 
4,060,571 
2,711,204 

1,084,100 
740,848 
567,674 
344,833 

2,657,689 
2,212,780 
1,847,335 
1,390,868 



2,171,635 

1,390,839 

966,052 

558,361 

314,194 
233,650 
169,164 
105,436 

2,701,705 
2,186,283 

1,698,575 
1,099,850 

1,131,312 
578,337 
285,704 
205,876 

457, 147 
373,857 
285,315 
204,468 



615,280 
616,152 
365,783 
297,894 

126,468 



1,097, .107 
935,410 
811,969 
584,486 



756,097 
686,322 
396,462 
442,324 

718,899 
623,079 
340,073 
275,530 

879,658 
802,381 
569,623 
366,321 



536,822 
393,371 
241,886 
349,709 

659,351 
245,421 
176,794 
116,366 

700,310 
434,395 
216,570 
72,518 

583,309 
261,592 
182,718 
134,439 

302,669 
219,030 
117,372 
26,090 



98,917 
78,466 
52,969 
33,115 

285,053 
330,091 
218,259 
145,062 

147,472 
144,677 
26,023 
52,324 



25,202 



191,601 
124,096 
102,555 
140,452 

101,177 



51,918 
70,2)2 
66,170 
55,154 

122,239 
178,465 
85,026 
69,323 



640,139 
439,671 
458,937 
346,523 

267,130 
2n,936 
218,271 
125,899 

889,740 
638,300 
350,403 
298,534 



456,388 
360,984 
306,069 
199,186 

298,280 
339,996 
218,623 
143,945 

406,143 
331,285 
319,196 
294,926 

179,991 
203,817 
212,890 
160,098 

202,313 
160,061 
197,158 
149,285 



Ul,626 
60,219 
42,631 
29,468 

192,629 
137,107 
129,096 
115,234 

110,146 
70,753 
51,278 
48,775 

46,447 
26,809 



14,537 
24,847 
10,266 
10,177 

36,060 
10,326 



39,361 

194,333 
125,378 
102,579 
69,530 



200,606 81 

25 162,373 72 

26 184,029 56 
221,376 49 

35 242,399 47 

21 142,066 35 

16 107,651 27 

10 74,334 16 

93 670,916 144 

84 571,332 116 

51 344,920 96 

35 252,184 74 



44 317,581 >54 

45 321,860 >57 
43 299,714 • 55 

29 199,869 \ 1 56 

Z3 166,068 139 

26 188,790 >37 

23 161,751 >38 
18 119,441 131 

47 324,016 89 

41 286,079 71 

27 182,236 61 

15 99,207 41 

32 225,476 33 

24 166,749 31 
22 158,649 30 
18 125,549 30 

20 138,503 41 

18 123,719 37 

16 96,693 28 
16 106,222 21 



16 114,851 32 

16 115,083 24 

11 72,066 20 

6 40,362 12 

18 114,802 49 

9 59,402 43 

10 70,618 46 

8 56,582 27 

16 109,337 34 

17 120, OtS 35 

18 120,291 25 
\l 73,573 27 

3 18,889 6 

3 16,7SS 5 
2 17,211 2 
1 5,664 1 

6 41,991 6 

4 27,7«S 7 
1 6,210 7 

6 

9 66,018 17 
9 61,670 14 

7 48,0M 11 

5 38,811 6 



10 75,733 39 

13 97, 180 28 

10 67,86:) 21 

10 71, 196 19 

> See note 1 to Table 31, p. 60. 



286,103 
351, 970 
198,112 
178,311 

162,408 
129,281 

96,493 
66,042 

509,812 
406,876 
336,429 
249,490 



195,707 
198,089 
186,661 
197,365 

144,062 
135,978 
138,357 
104,851 

270,949 
239,887 
199,792 
143,671 

121,472 
116,549 
112,362 
104,332 

143,936 
128,653 
98,675 
76,221 



111,020 
80,371 
61,651 
42,210 

156,543 
153, 4.M 
154,413 

88,866 

122,641 
127,039 
88,513 
97,808 

22,9X3 
19,639 
6,172 
4,979 

20,139 
24,118 
24,460 
18,378 

57,619 
41„i28 
35,973 
17,863 

124,482 
92,767 
75,4)5 
02,152 



1,796,383 
1,928,120 
1,970,783 
2,103,437 

6S0,964 
629,957 
551,607 
568,295 

3,112,202 
3,034,442 
2,853,505 
2,700,716 



2,062,258 
2,101,978 
2,159,163 
2,167,939 

1,447,535 
1,557,041 
1,653,773 
1,002,365 

2,0S2,127 
2,161,662 
2,205,182 
2,116,180 

1,426,852 
1,483,129 
1,468,659 
1,363,596 

1,397,499 
1,329,540 
1,278,829 
1,131,044 



1,336,532 

1,225,414 

1,153,294 

867,234 

1,528,526 
1,544,717 
1,659,467 
1,606,533 

1,817,152 
1,894, 51S 
1,978.561 
1,822,219 

558,633 
513,820 
295,73:! 
180,340 

631,675 
607,215 
360,«;)1 
320,019 

801,066 
881,362 
813,. '598 
771,015 

1,151,293 
1, 197, 1.W 
1,139,992 
1,166,907 



17.8 
21.3 
37.1 
86.0 

31.« 
34.8 
39.4 

39.3 

35.7 
39.8- 
45.3 
61. i 



36.3 
44.1 
51.9 
69.0 

49.4 
67.8 
85.7 
73.1 

32.1 
38.3 
45.7 
65.3 

38.3 
52.8 
60.7 
66.1 

6X7 
57.0 
61.8 
66.8 



55.9 
59.0 
6S.9 
66.3 

63.6 
69.4 
74.4 
78.8 

53.4 
57.5 
63.7 
68.0 

86.4 
89.0 
92.7 
91.4 

84.0 
86.9 
89.8 
91.8 

6S.7 
73.9 
76.3 
72.8 

65.1 
70.8 
77.5 

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Table 85.— NUMBER AND AGGREGATE POPULATION OF URBAN PLACES OP SPECIFIED SIZES, AND POPULATION 
OF RURAL DISTRICTS, BY DIVISIONS AND STATES: 1890-192fr-Continued. 

(S«e note at head of this table, p. SS.] 



DimOH, STATE, AND 

CEiram TCAB. 



Mam- 
berof 
places 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 

Delaware: 

1920 

1910 

190O 

1890 

Maryland: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

District of Columbia: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

ViTftlnia: 

1«0 

1010 

1900 

18(0 

West Virginia: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

18W 

North Carolina: 

1920 

1910 

190O 

1890 

South Carolina: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1800 

Georgia: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Florida: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 



EAST SOUTH 
CENTRAL. 

Kentucky: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Tennessee: 

lOJO 

1910 

1900 



Alabama: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Uississinpi: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 



WEST SOUTH 
CENTRAL. 

Arkansas: 

1920 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Louisiana: 

1920 , 

1910'. 

1900 

1890 

Oklaboma:* 

1920 , 

1910 

1900 

1890 

Texas: 

1930 

1910 

1900 

1800 



PLACES HAVrao A POPtnjlTION OF— 



100,000 or more 



Popula- 
tion. 



110^168 



733,826 
268,485 
SOS, 957 
434,439 

437,571 
331,069 
278,718 
230,392 

287,444 
127,628 



200,616 
164,838 



25,000 to 100,000 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



178,806 
132,686 



387,219 
339,075 
287,104 
242,039 



665,113 



234,891 I 3 

223,0281 8 

301,731 ! 3 

161, 129 I 1 

280^693 I 2 
241,469 I 2 
102,320 I 3 
3 



Popula- 
tion. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



87,411 
76,608 
61,431 

57,901 



201,907 
166,010 
131,674 
116,259 

173,862 
72,802 
38,878 
34,522 

156,609 
5»,7S3 



10^481 
8^153 
55^807 
54,955 

219,920 
146, 7»9 
183,557 
142,022 

203,772 
96,481 



127,972 
118,678 
97,808 
37,371 

13.'>,713 
80,0.'S0 
143,656 
169,763 

104,241 
80^667 

107,230 
57,254 



94,012 
45,941 
38,307 
26,874 

43,874 
28,015 



193,647 
89,488 



275,692 
473,375 
205,069 
132^381 



10,000 to 25,000 



>5 

»6 

7 

6 

6 
4 
3 
1 

10 
6 
6 

4 

4 
2 
3 
1 

7 
5 
3 
3 

2 
2 
3 
8 



4 

4 
3 
3 

>3 

12 

1 

2 

7 
4 



120 

113 

'7 



Popula- 
tion. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



22,280 
48,757 
30,719 
22,847 



67,639 
95,532 
130,306 
96,460 

8!^ 494 
62,724 
84,726 
10,108 

153,903 
«),2S3 
87,447 
54,626 

<7,303 
33,268 

15|3n 

101,857 
72,233 
61, 131 
40,049 

32,986 
42,927 
50,700 
47,061 



09^067 
60^688 
42,907 
59,282 

39,349 
22,927 
14,511 
32,574 

99,293 
47,864 



21,883 

135, XI 
88,885 

41,094 
34,098 



68,280 
7a 304 
27; 997 
11,311 

65,055 
47,768 
27,282 
22,457 

123,617 
79^383 
20,043 



273,190 
l.W. 127 
99,585 
84,711 



5,000 to 10,000 



16 
>5 

« 
6 

4 
3 

13 
13 
6 

3 

8 


4 
2 

14 
14 

7 
5 

11 
6 



15 
6 
1 
1 

29 

I» 

15 

110 



Popula- 
tion. 



Num- 
ber of 
places 



21,087 
27,734 
28,842 
15,797 



58,694 
36,764 
38,261 
29,910 

40,052 
49,803 
24,231 
22,376 

89,970 
96,184 
42,181 
21,346 

56,967 
60,737 
22,056 
14, 151 

96,937 
90,403 
47,757 
35,967 

73,747 
35,456 



5,532 



100,317 
84,079 
56,616 
50,631 

43.586 
33,479 
20,754 
16,618 

60,461 
41,086 
49,482 
31,627 

53,156 
70,680 
27,400 
12.578 



63,135 
21,143 
15,523 
26,755 

82; sn 

20,491 
24.571 



104,193 

44,072 

5,681 

5,333 

190^279 
134,080 
110,602 
62,616 



2,500 to 5,000 



Popula- 
tion. 



10,599 
9,674 
9,209 
9,636 

34,378 
23,216 
22,688 
22,619 



58,300 
51,595 
39,826 
40,092 

66.599 
42,913 
27,631 
14,359 



73,245 
57,162 
39,887 

64,236 
4^e85 
49,030 
31,724 

109,529 
74.406 
63,9S7 
39,434 

45,320 
45,216 
27,902 
34,7% 



101,306 
68,069 
65,806 
48,300 

111,935 
62,220 
45,398 
19,439 

76, .M6 
58,530 
60,022 
41,471 

60,704 
47, 746 
51,5B2 
23,200 



90,070 

65,293 

29,906 

9,319 

79,638 
52,167 
27,881 
19,349 

118,023 

107,217 

32,693 

4.151 

208,115 
172,922 
105,503 
09,803 



Rural 
districts- 
population. 



10^236 
105,2!I7 
99,018 
97,436 

580,239 
637,154 
586,838 
546,688 



1,635,308 
1.585,083 
1,514,117 
1,373,250 

1,004,694 

992, sn 

833,335 
681,429 

2,068,753 
1,887,813 
1,707,020 
l,50e,19O 

1,389,737 
1,290,668 
1,169,060 
1,034,966 

2,167,973 
2,070,471 

if fWVf v4V 

1,579,881 

612,645 
533,539 
421,511 
814,064 



1,783,087 
1,734,468 
1,679,506 
1,501,922 

1,726,659 
1,743,744 
1,693.977 
1,529,124 

1,838,857 
1,767,662 
1,611,983 
1,861,166 

1,660,497 
1,589,803 
1, 431, 235 
1,219,634 



1,461,707 
1,371,768 
1,199,831 
1,055,062 

1,170,346 

1,159,872 

1,015,337 

831,743 

1,488,803 

1,337,000 

731,974 

249,173 

3,150,539 
2,958,438 
2,527,951 
1,886,016 



PBB CENT or TOTAL FOrtnjlTION U VINO IN— 



Places of— 



100,000 

or 
more 



40;4 



5a6 
43.1 
42.8 
41.7 

100.0 

loao 

100.0 
100.0 

1X4 
6.2 



6.9 
5.9 



9.7 
9.8 
9.5 
8.7 

12.0 
11.1 
5.1 



7.6 
6.3 



2LS 

2a5 

20^8 
21.6 



12.1 



25,000 
to 



10,000 
to 
100,000^25,000 



43.2 
41.4 
36.5 

4.0 



8.7 
8.0 
7.1 
7.0 

1L9 
6.0 
4.1 
4.5 

6.1 
Z7 



6.3 
5.6 
4.2 

4.8 

7.6 
5.6 
8.3 

7.7 

3L0 
12.7 
&4 



5.3 
5.3 
4.5 
ZO 

5.8 
3.7 
7.1 
9.6 

4.4 
4.S 
5.9 
8.8 



5.4 
2.9 
2.9 
13 

2.4 

1.7 



9.5 
5.4 



5.9 
IZl 
6.7 
5.9 



1.5 
3.8 
2.6 
2.3 



2.9 
4.6 
7.0 

6.8 

6.0 
6.1 
3.6 
1.3 

6.0 
4.0 

4.6 
3.4 

4.0 
2.2 
3.3 
1.3 

3.5 
2.8 
2.3 
2.2 

3.4 

6.7 

9.6 

12.0 



2.9 
2.7 
2.0 
3.2 

1.7 
1.0 
0.7 
1.8 

4.2 
2.2 



7.S 
4.9 
2.6 
2.6 



3.0 
4.6 
Zl 
1.0 

3.6 

2.9 
ZO 
2.0 

6.1 
4.8 
Z5 



5.9 
4.0 
3.3 
3.8 



5,000 

to 
10,000 



2,500 

to 
6,000 



Rural 
dis- 
tricts. 



1.6 
2.1 
2.4 
1.6 



2.i 

1.8 
Zl 
1.8 

X7 
4.1 
2.5 
2.9 

3.6 
4.4 
Z2 
1.3 

3.4 
4.0 
1.6 
1.2 

3.3 
3.5 
Z2 
2.0 

7.6 
4.7 



1.4 



4.2 

3.7 
3.8 
Z7 

1.9 
1.5 
1.0 
0.9 

Zl 
ZO 
Z7 
Zl 

ZO 
3.9 
L8 
1.0 



3.0 
L3 
1.2 
Z4 

Z9 
1.8 
L8 



5.1 
Z7 

a7 

Zl 

4.1 
3.5 
Z6 

Z8 



4.8 
4.8 
5.0 
6.7 

Z4 
1.8 
1.9 
Z2 



Z5 
ZS 
ZI 
Z4 

46 
3.8 
Z9 
1.9 

3.6 
3.3 
ZO 
ZS 

Z8 
ZO 
Z7 
Z8 

Z8 
Z« 
Z9 
Zl 

4.7 
6.0 
6.3 
6.3 



4.2 

ZO 
Zl 
Z6 

4.8 
Z8 
Z2 
1.1 

Z3 
Z7 

Z3 

Z? 

Z8 
Z7 
Z8 
1.8 



6.1 
4,1 

Z3 

a8 

4.4 
Zl 
ZO 

1.7 

5.8 
6.5 
4.1 
1.6 

4.5 
4.4 
Z5 
Zl 



45,8 
6Z0 
6Z6 
67.8 

40.0 
49.2 
50.2 
5Z4 



70.8 
76.9 
81.7 
8Z0 

74.8 
81.3 
86.9 
89.3 

80.8 
85.6 
9ai 
9Z8 

SZ5 
85.2 
87.2 
89.9 

74.9 
79.4 
84.4 
86.0 

6ZS 
70.9 
7ZT 
80.2 



7Z8 
76.7 
7Z2 
80.8 

73.9 
79.8 
83.8 
86.5 

78.3 
8Z7 
88.1 
8ftt 

86.8 
88.5 

9Z3 

94.8 



8Z4 
87.1 
91.0 
«ZS 

65.1 

7ao 

7Z6 
74.6 

73.4 
80.7 
9Z6 
96.3 

67.6 
75.9 
aZ9 
84.4 



1 See note 1 to Table 31, p. 50. 



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Tablb 85.— NXTMBER AND AGGREGATE POPULATION OF URBAN PLACES OF SPECIFIED SIZES, AND POPULATION 
OF RURAL DISTRICTS, BY DIVISIONS AND STATES: 1890-192a-Contmued. 

[See note at bead of tbb table, p. 53.] 





PLACU HATINQ A POrDLATION 01— 


Rural 
districts- 
population. 


FEBCBMI or TOTAL MPtTLATIOlf UVWO IN— 


DIViaoM, STATC, AMD 


100,000 or more 


25,000 to 100,000 


10,000 to 25,000 


5,000 to 10,000 


2,500 to 6,000 


Piaeasof— 


Sural 

dis. 

titete. 




Num- 
ber of 
places 


Pcnula- 
Uon. 


Num- 
ber of 
places 


Popula- 
tion. 


Num- 
ber of 
places 


Popula- 
tion. 


Num- 
ber of 
places 


Popula- 
tion. 


Num- 
ber of 
places 


Popula- 
tion. 


100,000 

or 
more 


100,000 


10,000 

to 
25,000 


5,000 

to 
10,000 


3,500 

to 
5,000 


MOUNTAIN. 

Ucntana: 

1930 






1 
1 
1 


41,611 
39,165 
30,470 


5 

5 
2 
3 

2 

1 


7S,B04 
69,497 
25,700 
24,657 

36,384 
17,368 


6 
3 
I 


87,127 

16,015 

9,453 


6 
5 
6 
4 

11 

7 
1 


17,679 
18,743 
18,981 
14;230 

36,099 

34,838 

4,046 


378,878 
343,633 
158,775 
104,137 

313,839 
255,696 
151,760 
88,548 

137,064 
102,744 
65,874 
41,071 

486,370 
394,181 
279,049 
227,344 

295,3*0 
280,730 
167,929 
150,312 

216,635 

141,094 

103,436 

79,941 

233,813 
200,417 
171.322 
135,634 

62,153 
68,508 
35,140 
31,331 

607,886 
536,460 
306,626 
230,064 

392,370 
365,706 
280,356 
232,611 

1,095,132 
907,810 
707,354 
623,834 




7.6 

ia4 

12.5 


13.8 
15.8 
10.6 
17.2 

8.4 
5.3 


0.8 
4.3 
3.8 

11.0 
8.5 
3.7 


3.3 
5.0 
7.8 

lao 

8.1 
7.6 
3.5 


88.7 


1910 







64.5 


1900 






65.3 


laoo 






72.8 


Maho: 

1930 










7 
4 
1 


47,544 
27,702 
5,967 






72,4 


1910 














7&5 


1900 














93.8 


1890 




















100.0 


1990 










2 

1 
1 

1 

3 
1 
3 
3 

1 
1 


25,278 
11320 
14,087 
11,600 

32,870 
10,204 
43,687 
46,083 

15,157 
11,020 


3 
3 

1 
1 

5 
7 
2 
3 

3 
2 
2 
1 

6 
4 
2 
1 

2 
2 
2 
1 


21,833 
33,433 

8307 
6,388 

34,748 
62,658 
11,495 
16,793 

19,813 
11,344 
11,841 
6,185 

43,063 
37,631 
13,075 
5,150 

14,721 
16,447 
11,636 
5,159 


3 
3 

1 
1 

15 
16 
13 
6 

8 

7 

• 6 

1 

7 
3 

? 

X2 
12 

8 
3 

1 
1 
2 
2 

18 
15 
9 
7 

11 
11 
8 
6 

56 
39 
31 
19 


10,140 
9,478 
4,363 
3,406 

55,985 
65,224 
43,453 
17,318 

29.990 
34,307 
15,540 
3;785 

35,119 
11,303 
6,420 
3,152 

39,646 
88,130 
33,047 
10,264 

3,238 
3,500 
7,195 
7,513 

50,174 
63,106 
31,523 
28,413 

39,987 
46,543 

37, no 

16,863 

202,819 

138,701 

74,365 

66,254 






13.0 

7.8 

15.3 

18.7 

3.6 
1.3 
8.1 
11.3 

4.3 

3.4 


11.3 

15.4 

8.9 

10.2 

3.7 
6.6 
2.1 
3.8 

5.6 
3.4 
6.1 
3.9 

12.9 
13.S 

ia6 

5.8 

S.3 
4.4 
4.2 
3L4 


5.3 
6.5 
4.7 
5.4 

6.0 
6.8 
8.1 
4.3 

8.3 
7.4 
8.0 
3.4 

7.5 
5.5 
5.3 
3.6 

8.8 
10.3 
8.7 
4.8 

4.3 
3.1 
17.0 
15.8 

4.4 
4.6 
6.1 
&0 

5.1 
6.8 
6.7 
5.8 

5.8 
5.8 
5.0 
5.5 


70.5 


1910 














70.4 


1900 














71.3 


1890 














65.7 


Colondo: 

1920 


1 
1 
1 
1 


256,491 
313,381 
133,859 
106,713 


2 
2 

1 


73,155 
73,473 
28,157 


27.8 
28.7 
21.8 
26.8 


7.8 
9.3 
5.3 


51.8 


1910 


49.3 


1900 


61.7 


1880 


55.0 


New Mezioo: 

1920 






83.0 


1910 














85.8 


1900 














86.0 


1890 




















83.8 


Arizona: 

1920 






1 


39,063 


1 
2 


20,293 
24,327 




8.7 


6.1 
11.9 


64.8 


1910 






09.0 


1900 














84.1 


1890 




















90i6 


ntah: 

1920 


1 


118,110 


1 
2 
1 

1 


33,.<«M 
118,357 
58,531 
44,843 


1 


10,303 


26.3 


7.3 
31.7 
19.3 
31.3 


3.3 

■ "iV 

7.1 

15.5 
13.3 


63lO 


1910 


53.7 


1900 






1 
1 

1 


16,313 
14,889 

12,016 
10,807 


61.9 


1800 






64.3 


Nevada: 

1920 






sas 


1910 














, 




83.7 


1900 


















83.0 


1890 














1 

7 
4 
2 


8,611 

47,544 
31,778 
14,672 








18.0 

3.5 
2L8 
2.8 

6.4 
5.8 
3.6 
3.6 

5.0 
2.7 
4.2 
2.3 


66.3 


PACIFIC. 

Wasblngton:~ 

IMO. 


2 
2 


419,749 
341,606 


3 

1 
3 
2 


150,194 
83,743 
155,233 

78,843 


6 
5 
1 

1 

3 

1 


72,074 
96,218 
10,048 
10,922 

42,299 
14,094 


30.9 
29.9 

3.^0 
30.8 

37.9 
37.3 
30.0 
24.6 


11.1 
7.3 

3ao 

33.1 

14.6 

13.3 

7.7 
6.5 
10.3 


5.3 
8.4 
1.9 
5.6 

5.4 
2.1 

■■'is' 

6.0 
&3 
6.7 
5.8 


44.8 


1910 


47 


igOO 


59l3 


1890 






64.4 


Oregon: 

1920 


1 
1 


358,288 
207,214 


8 
5 
2 
2 

26 
10 
9 
5 


50,445 
39,210 
15,044 
11,313 

171,802 
64,108 
62,977 
28,124 


50.1 


1910 






S14 


1900 


1 
1 

9 
6 
2 
3 


90,426 
46,386 

451,404 
183,945 
96,242 
125,463 


67.8 


1890 






1 

13 
13 
6 
6 


10,532 

206,094 
196,701 
98,854 
70,626 


73.8 


OalUbmia: 

1920 


3 
3 
2 
1 


1,299,610 
886,284 
445,261 
298,997 


33.0 


1910 


38.3 


1900 


47.6 


1890 


51.4 











Proportion of urban popnlation living in each class 
of urban places. — Table 36 shows, for the United 
States as a whole, for the last four censuses, the pro- 
portion which the population of each urban class 
formed, not of the total population of the country, 
but of the urban population alone. 

It will be noted that the proportion of the urban 
population in the smaller cities — those having from 
2,500 to 25,000 inhabitants — ^has been decreasing from 
census to census, while the proportions in the other 
•lasses of cities have fluctuated somewhat. 



Tablb 86. — Distribution or Urban Popuiation in Groupb of 
CmB8 Classified According to Size: 1890-1920. 



CLASS or PLACES. 


tntBAN POPCLATIOK. 


pes cent of total 
u>b'an population. 




1820 


1810 


1800 


1890 


18(0 1910 1800 


1880 


Total 


61,3O4,«0i 


42,166,120 


30,380,433 


22,298,36* 


100 o'lOO. 0100.0 


lOfl 










1,000,000 or more.. 
100,000 to 1,000,000. 
25,000 to 100,000... 
2,500 to 26,000 


10,145,632 
17,283,794 
10,340,788 
16,634,489 


8,501.174 
11,800,964 

8,204,960 
13,659,022 


6.429,474 
7.778,873 
6,509,965 
10,662,121 


3,662,115 
6,036,845 
4,291,608 
8,308,791 


18.7 
31.8 
19.0 
3a4 


20.2 
28.0 
19.5 
32.4 


21.2 
25.6 
18.1 
35.1 

\ 


16.4 
27.1 
19^3 
37.3 



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nrOSEASE ZN TTBBAir Aim BUBAL VOVXTLAnOVf. 

In Table 50 (p. 150) the percentages of increase 
or decrease in the urbcm and rural population of the 
states and counties represent merely the difference 
between the population of the urban and the rural 
territory as constituted in a given census year and of 
the urban and the rvural territory, respectively, as con- 
stituted in the preceding census year. As already 
pointed out, however, the territory treated as lu-ban 
in one census year includes some small cities which 
were treated as rural at the time of the preceding 
census. In a few cases also, where small cities de- 
creased in population, the reverse change took place. 
SimDarly, a given group of urban places, classified 
according to size, may not contain exactly the same 
cities in one census year as in another. In order, 
therefore, to present fairly the contrast between speci- 
fied size groups of urban communities and between 
urban and rural communities in regard to their rates 
of growth, it is necessary to consider the changes in 
population which have taken place from one decennial 
census to another in the same territory. For this pur- 
pose the population totals, in 1920, for the several 
groups of urban places as constituted in 1920, and for 
the rural territory as constituted in that year, are com- 
pared with the totals for the same territory in 1910 
(so far as reported separately at that census). This 
method avoids the disturbing effect on the rate of 
growth which otherwise would arise from the passage 
of certain communities from the rural to the urban or 
from the urban to the rural class, or from one lu-ban 
group to another. 

It should be noted in this connection that even if 
there were no difference between urban and rural com- 
munities and between the various groups of urban 
communities in respect of rate of growth, there would 
nevertheless be a constantly decreasing proportion of 
rural population and a constantly increasing propor- 
tion of population in the largest cities so long as the 
population of the coimtry as a whole was increasing. 
Were there no movement from country to city, from 
city to country, or from one class of urban communities 
to another, no disturbing effect from immigration, and 
no difference between different classes of communities 
in regard to natural increase resulting from excess of 
births over deaths, there would still be, in a growing 
population, a constant passage of certain communities 
from the rural to the urban class and from each urban 
class to the one next above. The nu*al municipalities, 
maintaining a rate of growth uniform with that of the 
country as a whole, would, one by one, pass the limit 
of 2,500 inhabitants fixed as the dividing line between 
m-ban and rural communities, and the urban commu- 
nities would similarly pass the dividing line between 
one size group and another. Thus the proportion of 
rural population would decrease gradually from census 
to census and the proportion which the population of 



the size group containing the largest cities formed of 
the total for the country would increase, while no great 
changes would take place in the proportions for the 
intermediate groups. As a matter of fact, however, 
in the United States the urban communities have far 
greater rates of growth than the niral commimities, 
and the rapid increase in the proportion of urban popu- 
lation is due largely to this difference in rates of growth. 

United States as a whole. — Table 37 shows, for the 
United States as a whole and for each geographic 
section, the increase between 1910 and 1920 in the 
population of the urban and of the rural territory as 
constituted in 1920. 

It wiU be noted that, despite the decreases in popu- 
lation shown by so many counties between 1910 and 
1920 (see Table 25, p. 42), nevertheless the population 
of the territory rural in 1920 showed an increase for 
each of the three geographic sections. 

Tablb 87.— Population of Ubban and Bubal TBBHrroRT a> 

CONBTITUTED IN 1920, WITH INCREASE, BT GSOOKAFBIC SEC- 
TIONS: 1920 AND 1910. 





rorULATION. 


mcuAaK. 
1910-ltN 




IMO 


1910 


Number. 


Per 

oant. 


ITBttad State! 


106,710,00 


91,a7t,N8 


13, 738^354 


14.1 








54,304,603 
51,406,017 


43,193,184 
48,779,082 


11,111,419 
3; 826, 986 


25.7 


Ttfrltory rural In 1930. ............ 


&i 






Thx Nobth: I 

Territory arban in 1920 

Tsnitory nml In 1920, . ....... 


40^314,312 
33,367,533 

9,30B,828 
23,821,975 

4,686,463 
4,216,900 


32,726,861 
23,030,264 

7,006,692 
3^383,638 

3,450,641 
3,366,180 


7,587,461 
337,360 

^307,136 
1,430,337 

1,226,823 
850,329 


33.3 
1.5 


TBI Sooth: » 

TtRitary orbui in 1930 

Tarritorv mrftlln 1920 


33.8 
&4 


Th« Weot:* 

Territory urban in 1920 


3&5 
35b8 







1 For tenitary comprised In the North, South, and West, see map, p. 8. 

The corresponding rates of increase, during the 
decade 1900-1910, in the population of the United 
Stat«s as a whole and in that of the total urban and 
the total rural territory as constituted in 1910 were 
as follows: 



United states.... 

Territory urtian in 1910. 
Territory rural in 1910. 



Population 
inlOia 



91,973,366 



43,633,383 
49,348,883 



Percent 
of in- 
crease: 
1S0O-191O. 



31.0 



34.8 
11.3 



Table 38 shows, for the country as a whole, the 
increase between 1910 and 1920 in the urban terri- 
tory and in the rural territory as constituted in 1920, 
the urban territory being subdivided into nine groups of 
cities classified according to size. 

The rate of increase in the population of the territory 
urban in 1920 was nearly five times as great as that in 
the population of the territory rural in 1920. The 



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cities having 500,000 to 1 ,000,000 inhabitants and those 
of 25,000 to 250,000 increased at materially greater 
rates than those in the remaining groups. 

Table 38. — Population of Urban Classes and or Rural 
Tbrrttoby as Constituted in 1920, with Increase: 1920 
AND 1910. 





Nmn- 
bwof 

places 

in 

1920. 


POPCIATION. 


nrcxiASE: 
1910-1920 




1*20 


1*10 


Nomber. 


Per 
oent. 


TnuttdStatas.... 




105,710,(20 


«i,>7a,tM 


U,7n,S54 


14.9 








ttaittoty urban in 1920. . 


'2,787 


54,304,603 


43,193,184 


11,111,419 


25.7 


Plaoes having In 1920— 

1,000,000 or mors 

800,000 to 1.000,000... 

250,000 to 500,000 

100,000 to 2»,000 

«0,(M0tOl00i»0 

25,000 to s^ino 

10,000 to 25,000 

5,fl00 to 10,000... 1.... 
2)500 to 5,000 


3 

9 

13 

43 

76 

143 

459 

721 

1,320 


10^145,532 
6,223,769 
4,540,838 
6,619,187 
5,266,747 
5,075,041 
6,942,742 
4,997,194 
4,593,953 

51,406,017 


8,506,411 
4,864,460 
3,712,128 
^087,486 
3,999,370 
3,777,417 
5,617,080 
4,061,188 
3,778,635 

48,779,082 


1,640,121 

1,559,309 

828,710 

1,431,701 

1,266,377 

1,297,624 

1,335,653 

946,606 

816,318 

2,626,935 


19.3 
33.4 
22.3 
28.1 
31.7 
34.4 
23.6 
23.4 
21.6 




5.4 









> See note 1 to Table 31, p. SO. 

Divisions and states. — Table 39 shows, by divisions 
and states, the increase between 1910 and 1920 in 
urban and rural territory as constituted in 1920, the 



urban territory being subdivided into three groups of 
cities classified according to size. 

The only division which showed a decrease in popu- 
lation for the territory rural in 1920 was the East 
North Central, for which a decline of six-tenths 
of 1 per cent appears. In the Mountun division 
the rate of increase in the population of the territory 
rural in 1920 not only exceeded that for the territory 
urban in 1920 in the same division, but also exceeded 
the average rate of increase in the population of the 
territory urban in 1920 throughout the entire United 
States. / 

In 15 states the population of the territory rural in 
1920 decreased during the decade. Of these states, 6 
were in New England, 1 In the Middle Atlantic group, 
3 in the East North Central, 2 in the West North Cen- 
tral, 2 in tl^e South Atlantic, 1 in the East South 
Central, and 1 in the Mountain division. The states 
in which the groups of cities having 100,000 inhabitants 
or more in 1920 increased at rates more than twice as 
great as that for the entire population of the United 
States, both urban and rural (14.9 per cent), num- 
bered 10, namely, Connecticut, Ohio, Indiana, Michi- 
gan, Iowa, Maryland, Virginia, Alabama, Texas, and 
California. 



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mCBEASE. 

mil Less than 10 per cent. 

^ 10 to M per cent. 

^1 20 to 30 per cent. 

\B1 30 to 50 per cent. 

jmi 60 per cent and over. 

The heavy lines (^) show geographic divisions 



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Table 39.— POPULATION OF URBAN CLASSES AND OF RURAL TERRITORY AS CONSTITUTED 

[A mlniu sign (— ) denotes decrease.] 



DIVmOK AXD STAT* 



UUted BUtei . 



OEOGRAPinC MVISIOXS; 

New England 

Midrtlfi Atlantic 

East North Central.. 
West North Central. 

South .\tlantif 

East South Central.. 
West South Central., 

Mountain 

racific 



New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire.. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts — 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 



MninLE Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania.. 



East North Cbntbal: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

WisccnislJi 



West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota....... 

-South Dakota 

Nebraska—. 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct ot Columbia. , 



Vlixiaift. 
WeetVfrginla.'. 
North Carolina. 
South Corqllna. 

Georgia 

rioMda 



East Sotrm Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana. 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



MotmTAiN: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming... 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Vtah 

Nevada 



PAonc: 

Washington. 

Oregon 

Caluomia 



TOTAL TERRITORY CRBAN IN 1920. 



Number 

of 
places. 



•2,787 



292 

604 

■ 586 

322 

■273 

■169 

>2eo 

117 
165 



25 
27 
14 
169 
27 



169 
121 
314 



148 
93 

171 
93 
82 



41 



63 
119 



3S 
23 

107 



Population. 



imo 



M,M4,603 



5,865,073 
16,672,585 
13,049,272 
4,727,372 
4,338,792 
1,991,207 
2,970,829 
1,214,980 
3,471,483 



299,569 
279,761 
109,976 
3,650,248 
589,180 



8,589,844 
2,474,936 
6,607,815 



3,677,136 
1,482,855 

4,403,153 
2,241,560 
1,244,568 



1,051,593 

875,495 
1,586,903 
88,239 
101,872 
405,306 
617,964 



120,767 
889,422 
437,571 
673,984 
369,007 
490,370 
293,987 
727,859 
355,825 



633,543 
611,226 
509,317 
240,121 



290,497 

628,163 

539,480 

1,512,689 

rn.oi/' 

119,037 
57,318 

453,259 
S«,960 

117,527 

215,584 
15,251 

718,735 

391.019 

2,331,729 



MIO 



43,193,184 



5,030,761 
13,977,635 
9,770,332 
3,918,123 
3,240,199 
1,672,974 
2,093,519 
076,926 
2,482,715 



264,976 
256,515 
99,378 
3,160,678 
527,106 
722,106 



7,235,908 
1,992,978 
4,748,749 



2,704,844 
1,159,522 

3,534,261 
1,348,546 
1,023,159 



871,916 

706,223 

1,391,953 

68,364 

76,203 

323,634 

509,830 



97,085 

663,!>38 
331,089 
496.268 
259,064 
350,072 
240,486 
569,624 
232,693 



576,760 
487 030 
396,437 
212,747 



230,863 
528,873 
339,285 
994,498 



139,162 
83,865 
43,479 

396,201 
52,156 
73,365 

175,331 
13,367 

619,752 

31»,9.S4 

1,513,009 



Percent 

of 
increase. 



26.7 



16.6 
19.3 
33.6 
19.7 
33. 9 
19.2 
41.9 
24.4 
39.8 



13.1 
9.1 
10.7 
15.5 
11.8 
29.7 



18.7 
24.2 
18.1 



35. « 
27.9 
24.6 

66.2 
21.6 



20.6 
24.0 
14.0 
29.1 
33.7 
2S.2 
21.2 



24.4 
31. 
32.2 
35.8 
42.4 
40.1 
22.2 
27.8 
52.9 



9.8 
25.5 
28.5 
12.9 



25 8 
18 8 
59.0 

52.1 



23.6 
41.9 
31.9 
14.4 
21.5 
60 2 
23. 
14.1 



208 
22.2 
51.1 



PLACES or 100,000 OB MORE IN 1920. 



Number. 



Populatton. 



19S0 



n,4n,SM 



IMO 



n,96i,i>i 



2,203,306 

10,549,599 

6,775,993 

2,131,833 

1,769,625 

691,390 

952,332 

374,601 

1,977,647 



1,521,583 
237,505 
444,128 



6,807,810 
1,084,100 
2,657,689 



2,171,635 

314,194 

2.701,705 

1,131,312 

457,147 



615,280 

126,468 

1,097,307 



191.601 
101.177 



110,168 
733,838 
437,671 
287,444 



200,616 



234,891 
280,693 

178,806 



387,219 



565,113 



256,491 



118,110 



419,749 

258,288 
1,299,610 



1,906,984 

8,970,142 

4,948.920 

1,776,492 

1,330,060 

599,755 

686,889 

306,168 

1,444,066 



Percent 
of 

IncKease. 



24.9 



.1. 



1,348,084 
214,326 
834,574 



■ 5,727,990 

932,201 

2,309,951 



1,572,304 
233,650 

2,189,520 
579,689 
873.857 



516,152 

86:368 

935,410 



ucuai 

827331 



87,411 
S58,48t 
331,069 
198.285 



'i54,'830' 



223,928 
213,142 
132,685 



339,075 



347,814 



92,777 27.3 



342,378 
213,251 

888,427 



15.5 
17.6 
36.0 
20.0 
33.0 
15.8 
38.6 
22.4 
37.0 



12.9 

5.9 

32.7 



18.9 
16.3 
15.1 



88.1 
84.6 
23.4 
95. 3 
22.3 



19.2 
46.4 
17.3 



226 
22.9 



26.0 
31.4 
32.2 
45.0 



29.6 



4.9 
15.4 
34.8 



14.2 



,62.5 



313,381 I 20.2 



22.6 
21.1 
.46.3 



> See note 1 to Table 31, p. 50. 



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IN 1920, WITH PER CENT OF INCREASE, BY DIVISIONS AND STATES: 1920 AND 1910. 

[A minus sign (—) denotes decrease.] 



rULCEf or 2S,0n0 to 100,000 m 1920. 



Number. 



n> 



Popalstlon. 



IMO 



10,3M,TgS 



1*10 



7,77«,7I7 



Per cent 

of 
Increase. 



U.0 



PLJICES or 2,fi00 TO 2S,000 IN 1920. 



Nnmber. 



>t,600 



Populatton. 



1910 



M,H*,4M 



1910 



U,44<,>U 



Percent 
of 

Increase. 



13.0 



TEBBITOKT KOAL IN 1120. 



Popalatlon. 



low 



1,017 



ino 



U,779,0n 



Percent 

of 
increase. 



t.4 



1,«W,01S 
2,353,e54 

3,ta.4ei 

733,831 
1,11B,4U 
387,920 
fl07,a» 
176,623 

aoi.ne 



127,041 
100,703 



1,038,383 
197,409 
160,430 



755,097 
m,8W 
879,958 



535,822 
559,351 
700,310 
583,309 
303,069 



98,917 
385,053 
147, 472 



33,302 
54,918 
132,239 



57,901 



1,413,007 
1,892,960 
1,888,594 
595,490 
780,048 
299,980 
307,004 
151,037 
407,798 



20.3 
34.3 
43.5 
23.2 
43.5 
32.6 
65.2 
16.9 
47. S 



349 

541 

<S13 

301 

1343 

U58 

>343 

110 

147 



1,963,749 

3,789,342 

3,591,818 

1,861,708 

1,449,715 

931,801 

1,411,272 

683,756 

893,238 



1,710,770 
3,114,533 
3,962,818 

1,576,141 

1,129,882 

773,230 

1,038,966 

519, 731 

680,891 



14.7 
21.0 
31.9 
18.1 
28.3 
30.5 
35.8 
37.7 
41.4 



1,585,889 
5,588,549 
8,439,371 
7,818,877 
9,651,480 
9,899,100 
7,371,395 
2,131,131 
3,095,388 



109,921 
96,068 



15.9 

n.i 



894, «« 
138,008 
305 041 



936,018 
153,179 
713,785 



305,591 
393,189 
643,834 

336,728 
MI, 292 



78,466 
318,148 
1M,877 



19.0 
31.3 
31.4 



20.8 
80.0 
33.3 



46.8 
43.9 
39:0 
78.5 
25.4 



29.1 

30.7 

1.9 



14,094 
43,973 
99,134 



78.8 
39.0 
27.2 



38,349 



51.0 



33 
U 

14 

143 

23 

21 



147 
lOO 
294 



'137 

>81 

154 

79 

73 



173,538 
173,998 
109,978 
1,190,282 
184,179 
3»,786 



1,026*937 

871,937 

3,070,498 



969,879 
609,310 
1,001,138 
528,939 
484,752 



337,398 
493,974 
343,134 
88,239 
76,670 
158,757 
394,548 

10,599 

77,695 



155,355 
160, 447 
99,378 
948,320 
184,777 
183,493 



881,902 

507,396 

1,725,033 



798,989 
533,983 
801,907 
442,229 
408,010 



277,298 
401,709 
.311,866 
68,384 
92,109 
139,430 
331,385 



9,674 
67,007 



11.1 
7.8 
10.7 
16.0 
11.8 
33.1 



16.4 
32.4 
20.0 



26.4 
14.2 
24. S 
19.3 
18.8 



21.7 

15.5 

9.7 

,39.1 

'23.4 

28.8 

19.1 



9.6 
16.0 



488,445 
183,323 
343,462 
203,108 
15,317 
444,292 



1,795,383 

680,984 

3,112.302 



2,082,358 
1,447,535 
3,082,137 
1,438,852 
1,387.499 



1,335,532 

1,528,539 

1,817,152 

558,633 

534,675 

801,066 

1,151,293 



102, S6 
580,339 



m^7 

8,480,189 
7,680,796 
8,964,699 
9,739,937 
9,091^015 
1,956,501 
1,709,889 



477,395 
174,057 
259,578 
206,738 
15,504 
393)948 



1,877,706 

544, 189 

2,916,362 



2,062,377 
1,541,364 
1,104,330 
1,461,927 
1,310,701 



1,203,792 

1,518,548 

1,901,382 

500,603 

507,985 

898,580 

1,181,119 



105,387 
931,508 



0.9 

4.7 

-0.6 

1.7 

11 

. 8.7 

38.0 

316 



-1.9 
-6.3 
-5.5 
-1.8 
-1.9 
13.2 



-4.4 
25.1 

8.7 



1.0 
-8.1 
-1.1 
-2.4 

5.9 



10.9 
0.7 

-4.4 
9.8 
5.3 
2.6 

-2.5 



-a 9 

-8.1 



20 
21 
32. 
23 
34 



201,907 
173,862 
158,609 
105, 481 
219,920 
303,772 



137,972 
135,713 
104,341 



94,012 

43,874 

193,647 

375,692 



41,811 



73,156 



29,053 
83,804 



150,194 
'451,404 



141,880 
114,838 
101,234 
85,947 
174,089 
139,934 



130,439 
89,903 
89,857 



43.3 
51.4 
54.7 
33.7 
26.3 
94.4 



51.0 
19.3 



70,699 
28,015 
107,666 
161,385 



39,165 



33.2 
66.0 
79.9 
70.8 



6.2 



76,158 



-2.7 



11,134 
26,580 



180.9 
38.3 



133,855 
■274,' 943' 



1X1 
"64." 2 



>32 
31 
51 
30 
54 
36 



38 

80 

>109 



184,633 
195,146 
333,761 
188,506 
307,323 
153,053 



370,680 
194,830 
228,270 
340,131 



196,485 
197,070 
345,833 
671,884 



130,400 
119,037 
57, 348 
123, 618 
84,960 
88,474 
64,670 
15,254 



178,792 
132,731 
580,715 



136,093 
144.336 
348,848 
154,539 
240,718 
108,769 



232,403 
153,985 
174,095 
212,747 



160,364 
161,783 
381,620 
486,299 



99,997 
83,885 
43,47D 
107,682 
53,156 
62,231 
56,974 
13,367 



144,519 
108,703 
379,839 



18.3 
35.3 
34.1 
22.0 
27.7 
39.8 



16.5 
28.5 
30.0 
12.9 



23.9 

21.8 
49.3 
38.4 



30.4 
41.9 
31.9 
14.8 
24. S 
42.3 
13.6 
14.1 



23.7 
34.4 
53.0 



1,935,303 
1,094,994 

2,098,753 

1,389,737 

2,187,973 

813,845 



1,783,087 
1,726,659 
1,838,857 
1,550,497 



1,461,707 

1, 170, 348 
1,488,803 
3,150,539 



376,878 
313,829 
137,064 
486,370 
295,390 
216,835 
233,812 
62,153 



607,888 

392,370 

1,095,132 



1.565,344 
982.055 
1,858,215 
1,274,914 
3,039,497 
519,926 



1,713,145 
1,697,759 
1,741,656 
1,584,367 



1,343,586 
1,137,515 
1,317.870 
2,903,044 



339,891 
241,729 
103,486 
402,823 
275, 145 
130,989 
198,020 
98,508 



533,338 
353,811 
834,640 



4.5 
13.8 
11.5 
9.0 
6.3 
17.8 



4.1 

1.7 

5.8 

-2.1 



8.8 
3.8 
13.0 
8.6 



S&l 
29.4 
33.7 
20.7 
7.4 
65.4 
18.1 
-9.3 



18.4 
11.3 
31.3 



■See note 1 to Table 31, p. 50. 



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POPULATION. 



CITIES AHD THEDt SUBUSBS. 



In presenting population statistics for cities tiie 
Bureau of the Census must necessarily deal with them 
88 political units, showing for each city the population 
actually residing within its mimicipal boundaries. In 
many cases, however, the number of inhabitants 
enumerated within the municipal boundaries gives an 
inadequate idea of the population grouped about one 
urban center. In fact, in only a few of the lai^e cities 
do the municipal boundaries closely define the lu-ban 
area. Immediately beyond the political limits of 
many cities, and connected with them by rapid- 
transportation systems, are densely populated subur- 
ban districts which industrially and socially are parts 
of the cities themselves, differing only in the matter of 
governmental organization. 

It is desirable to show the magnitude of each of the 
principal urban areas taken as a whole. Statistics 
have, therefore, been compiled showing, for each city 
in the United States having 100,000 inhabitants or 
more, the population within the city limits and the 
population in adjoining ccnnmunities that may be 
considered as intimately associated with the urban 
centers. Two sets of computations have been made: 

(1) For each city having 100,000 inhabitants or 
more within its mimicipal boundaries a computation 
has been made to determine the combined population 
of the city itself and of the suburban territory within 
10 miles of the city boundaries. The areas thus 
mapped out may be briefly defined as "cities and 
adjacent territory." 

(2) In the case of each city having within its own 
boundaries 200,000 inhabitants or more, there has 
been delimited what may be termed a "metropolitan 
district," which includes, in addition to the city itself, 
only those sections of the adjacent territory which may 
be considered as urban in character. 

MBTHOB OF BEFimiTO BISTBICTS. 

In outlining the two classes of districts the civil 
divisions within the 10-mile limit are first selected 
and their population and area ascertained. Such civU 
divisions as are divided by a line drawn within 10 
miles of the city boundaries are included if one-half of 
tiieir population or one-half of their area lies within 
the 10-mile limit. State boundaries are disregarded, 
so that in some cases the adjacent territory and the 
metropolitan district lie partly in one state and partly 
in another. The area within the 10-mile limit just de- 
fined is the "adjacent territory." It differs consider- 
ably, of course, from the territory included between 
the city boundaries and a line drawn parallel to them 
at an exact distance of 10 miles, because in delimiting 
the adjacent territory no civil divisions are subdivided. 
The outline of the area, therefore, must conform to the 
boundaries of the political divisions which lie along the 
outer limits of the included area. Because of this 
fact the boundaries of the adjacent territory thus de- 



fined may vary considerably from point, to point in 
their actual distance from the city limits. 

The "metropolitan district," which, as previously 
noted, has as its nucleus a city having at least 200,000 
inhabitants, comprises the population and larea of the 
central city itself and of those minor civil divisions 
lying within the adjacent territory which at the last 
census had 150 or more inhabitants per square mile. 
Where the density of population was less than this 
the division was considered as rural rather than urban 
in character and as not properly a part of the metro- 
politan district. This limit of density, however, was 
not always rigidly applied; in a few instances a minor 
civil division having a density of less than 150 per 
square mile has been included, because it was nearly 
or completely surrounded by other divisions the 
density of which would require their inclusion. The 
exceptions in such cases are considered to be justified 
in order to avoid undue irregularity in the outlines of 
the districts or gaps lying wholly within their area. 

It is safe to say that these deviations from the rule 
have had very little effect upon the population totals 
for the districts and have yielded on the whole more 
consistent and satisfactory results than would have 
been obtained by the application of any rigid rule. 
In fact, absolute exactness in applying a density limit 
is out of the question, because in a few cases the areas 
of the minor civil divisions as measured from the maps 
and data available are not absolutely correct. 

In general, ihe city with its adjacent territory, as 
here defined, includes, in addition to the central city, 
all cities, towns, villages, or other civil divisions located 
within 10 miles beyond the boundaries of the central 
city, while the metropolitan district includes, besides 
the central city, only those divisions within the 10- 
mile limit in which the population at the last census 
was at least 150 per square mile. The civil divisions 
comprised within these limits, so far as they were 
returned separately in 1920, are given in detail in the 
statements which follow Tables 40 and 41 (pp. 65-71 
and .73-75), 

HETBOPOLITAir DISTBICTS. 

Table 40 shows, for 1920 and 1910, the population 
of the 29 metropoUtan districts containing individual 
cities having 200,000 inhabitants or more, distinguish- 
ing the population living within the city proper from 
that outside the city. The total population of each 
city with all its "adjacent territory" is also shown. 
The 29 metropolitan districts comprise 32 central cities 
and their subiu"ban territory, there being 3 districts 
each of which includes 2 cities so large that both 
together are treated as constituting the urban center 
of the district. These cities are Minneapolis and St. 
Paul; Kansas City, Kans., and Kansas City, Mo.; and 
San Francisco and Oakland. Two cities having more 
than 200,000 inhabitants each — Newark and Jersey 



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City — do not appear separately in the table, being in- 
cluded within the metropolitan district of New York. 

The importance of the suburbs of great cities is 
brought out clearly by the combined statistics for the 
29 metropolitan districts, which appear at the begin- 
ning of the table. It will be seen that the area of the 
suburban territory outside the central cities represents 
fully three-fourths of the entire area of the metro- 
politan districts, and that the population of these 
suburbs in 1920 constituted nearly one-fourth of the 
entire population of the districts. Moreover, during 
the 10-year period covered by the table the rate of 
increase in the population of the suburban areas was 
considerably greater than the corresponding rate for 
Hob central cities. 

In addition to the population of the 29 metropol- 
itan districts themselves the census returns for 1920 
show an aggregate population of 949,961 residing in 
territory adjacent to the central cities but not in- 
cluded in the metropolitan districts — that is, -in civil 
divisions which lie wholly or in greater part within 10 
miles of the boundaries of the central cities, but in 
which the density of population was not sufficient to 
justify treating them as strictly urban. The total 
population residing in 1920 either in cities having 
200,000 inhabitants or more or within approximately 
10 miles of such cities constituted 28.6 per cent of tiie 
total population of the United States. 



It will be noted from Table 40 that great differences 
appear among the several metropolitan districts in re- 
gard to the proportion which the population outside 
the central city represents of the total population of 
the district. These differences are due to the fact that 
some of the lai^e cities have made no annexations of 
territory for many years, while others have made ex- 
tensive annexations, with the result that most of the 
densely populated areas within the metropolitan dis- 
tricts have been added to the cities themselves. The 
column in the table giving the areas of the various 
districts brings out the wide variations in the density 
of population of the central cities, some of which have 
several times as many inhabitants per acre as others. 
This difference in policy among the cities in regard to 
the extension of mimicipal boundaries makes it the 
more obviously necessary to exclude thinly settled 
areas in the ne^hborhood of the cities in calculating 
the true metropolitan population, for, in the case of a 
city of relatively great area, there is necessarily also 
a large area lying within 10 miles beyond the mtmicipal 
limits, muiy portions of which are likely to be rural 
rather than urban in character. The table emphasizes 
the well-known fact that many of the large cities have 
a materially different rank when their suburbs are 
taken into account from that which they hold when 
only the population living within their mimicipal 
boundaries is considered. 



Table 40.— AREA AND POPULATION OF CENTRAL CITY, METROPOLITAN DISTRICT, AND ADJACENT TERRITORY, 

FOR CITIES OF 200,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1920 AND 1910. 

(Popolatixm shown for oentrsl dtles for each oensos year does not Include that of annexations made subsequently to census date, but total peculation given fOr each district 

tor 1*20 and 1910 relates to same area.] 



Total for It matropoUtMi dii- 
trlot« 



In central ottles (32 cities) . 
Outside central cities 



Cltlei and adjaoant taRttory 
Adjaceqt territory 



Metropolitan district. 

In city proper 

Outside 



City and adjacent territory. 
Adjacent territory 



Metropolitan district . 
In city proper — 
OuUide 



City and adjacent territory . 
Adjacent territory 



Area 

in acres: 

IMO 



6,816, UO.t 



1,518,715.9 
6,207,394.4 

t3,3n,«St.B 
11,851,210.0 



BALTIHOKE. 



Metropolitan district . 

In city proper 

Outside 



City and adjacent territory. 
Adjacent territory 



Metropolitan district . 

In city proper 

Outside 



City and adjacent tarrltory . 
Adjacent territory 



113,912.0 
14,520.0 
99,392.0 

348,664.0 
334,144.0 



85,266.2 
16,773.4 
68,492.8 

364,723.0 
347,949.6 



244,160.0 
90,660.0 
193,600.0 

432,448.0 
381,888.0 



365,073.3 
27,876.0 
337,203.3 

392,016.6 
364,146.6 



rorvLAnoK. 



IMO 



»,8t8,S82 



22,111,380 

7,127,202 

30,188,543 
8,077,163 



285,113 

208,435 

76,678 

305,696 
97,261 



249,226 

200,616 

48,610 

279,235 
78,619 



787,468 

733,828 

53,632 

814,395 
80,569 



1,772,264 

748,060 

1,024,194 

1,801,320 
1,053,260 



1910 



23,046,644 



17,678,818 
5,371,726 

13,870,361 
6,196,533 



104,320 
69,067 
36,263 

122,915 
53,848 



185,235 
164,880 
30,396 

208,075 
53,236 



663,810 
568,485 
105,325 

689,841 
131,366 



1,531,138 
670,585 
860,553 

1,556,671 
886,086 



Per 
cent of 

in- 
crease:' 
191<^ 

i»ao 



M.« 



26.1 
32.7 



26. S 
80.3 



173.3 
20L8 
117.5 

148.7 
80.6 



34.5 
29.6 
59.9 

34.2 
47.7 



18.6 

31.4 

-49.1 

181 
-38.7 



15.7 
11.6 
19.0 

15.7 
18.9 



Metrc^litan district. 

In dty proper 

Outside 



City and a4|aaent territory. 
Adjacent territory 



Metropolitan district . 

In city proper 

Outside 



City and adjacent territory. 
Adjacent territ(»y 



Area 

in acns: 

low 



aSONNATI. 



Metropolitan district . 

In city proper 

Outside 



City and adjacent territory. 
Adjacent territory 



CLEVKLAKB. 



Metropolitan district. 

In city proper 

Outside 



City and adjacent territory . 
Adjacent territory 



Metropolitan district . 

In city proper 

Outside 



City and adjacent territory. 
Adjacent territory 



140,015.0 
24,884.3 
116,120.7 

306,223.0 
281,328.7 



123,382.9 
846,186.7 

504,410.4 
471,027.5 



211,938.4 
45,529.6 
166,408.8 

527,812.2 
482,282.6 



148,846.9 
36,089.0 
112,757.9 

351,584.0 
315,496.0 



80,689.0 
14,449.0 
66,240.0 

347,313.0 
332,864.0 ' 



rOrCLATIOK. 



19M 



602,847 
606,775 
96,072 

628,865 
117,090 



8,178,924 

2,701,706 

477,219 

3,201,301 
499,596 



606,850 
401,247 
205,603 

681,287 
280,040 



925,720 
796,841 
128,879 

951,579 
151,738 



260,338 

237,031 

23,307 

284,841 
47,810 



1010 



Per 

cent of 

in- 
crease:' 
1910- 

loeo 



483,290 
423,715 
60,676 

611,147 
87,432 



2,455,942 

2,185,283 

270,650 

2,472,712 
287,420 



567,876 
363,591 
204,285 

637,156 
273, .565 



622,571 
560,663 
61,908 

6CS54 
83,191 



199,146 
181,511 

17,635 

222,521 
41,010 



22.2 
19.6 
38.1 

22.1 
33.9 



29.4 
23.6 
76.3 

29.5 
73.8 



6.0 
10.4 

0.6 

6.9 
2.4 



48.7 
42.1 
108.2 

47.8 
86.0 



30.7 
30.6 
32.2 

28.0 
16.6 



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Tabm 40.— area and POPULATION OF CENTRAL CITY, METROPOLITAN DISTRICT, AND ADJACENT TERRITORY, 
FOR CITIES OF 200,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1920 AND IMO-Continued. 

(PopolttkmshovnforoentnloiUes for each census rear does not include that ofsnoexatiaiis made subsequently to census date, but total population given for each district 

for 1S20 and 1910 relates to same area.] 



DBNVEH. 

MstnvoUtan district 

Incltypr<9er 

Outside 

Cit7 and a4iaceot territory 

Adjacent territory 

DCTBorr. 

ItetropoUtandistrlot 

Is city proper 

Outslds 

City and a4|acent tefrltoiy 

Adjacent territory 

DTDLUUIOU). 

If ctiopolltan district 

In dty proper 

Ontddb 

City and adjaomt territory 

Adjacent territory 

KiUraAS CITY (MO. iXD KAMS.). 

HetropoUtan district 

In ofty proper (Kansas Clty.Mo.) 
In dty proper (Kansas City, 

Kans.) 

Outside 

OtleB and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

LOS ANGZIES. 

Hetropolitan district 

In dty proper 

Outside 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

Lotnsvnxi. 

If etropoUtan district 

In dty proper , 

Outside 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent tWTltory 

WLWAUEXC. 

Hetropolitan district 

In dty proper 

Outside , 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjaoen t territory 

MINNKAPOUB-ST. rAUL. 

If etropoUtan district 

In dty proper (Minneapolis) 

Indtyproper(St.Paul) 

Outside , 

Cities and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

NEW OBLKANS. 

If etropoUtan district 

In dty proper .., 

Outside •. 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

NEW TOBK. 

Hetropolitan district 

In dty proper 

Outside 

' City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 



Area 
in acres: 



46,206.0 
37.086.0 

«,iao.o 

610,438.4 
«73,363.4 



175,253.8 
49,839.0 
125,414.8 

205,906.6 
346,067.6 



163,918.9 
37,893.9 
13t,0«.0 

466,542.4 
437,648.5 



384,006.7 
37,396.0 

10,138.1 
316,473.6 

604,077.1 
556,544.0 



831,606.0 
334,037.0 
697,568.0 

941,870.6 
7J>7,833.6 



314,136.9 
14,348.8 
199,778.1 

473,506.6 
458,166.8 



138,287.3 

16,184.9 

113,103.4 

319,519.3 
203,334.4 



94,308.0 
31,834.0 
33,389.0 
39,080.0 



673,636.4 



126,240.0 
113,920.0 
12,320.0 

361,626.6 
347,705.6 



761,887.8 
191,360.0 
560,627.3 

876,616.2 
684,166.2 



POPULATIOM. 



IMO 



264,232 

366,491 

7,741 



33,974 



1,166,163 
993,678 
m,478 

1,181,057 
187,379 



339,106 

314,194 

34,911 

387,317 
53,123 



477,36* 
324,410 

101,177 
61,767 

602,243 
76,666 



879,008 
676,673 
302,335 

880,653 
303,980 



318,169 
234,891 



340,985 
106,094 



637,737 
457,147 
80,690 

546,822 
89,675 



639,316 

380,582 

234,698 

13,936 

679,864 
64,684 



397,916 

387,219 

10,696 

419,679 
33,460 



7,910,416 
6,630,048 
3,390,367 

8,084,349 
3,414,301 



1910 



219,314 

213,381 

6,933 

240,667 
27,276 



514,086 

469,766 

48,320 

522,740 
56,974 



36«,4«4 

233,650 

20,8*4 

388,236 
49,576 



369,276 
248,881 

83,331 
38,564 

383,246 
0^633 



464,8*1 
319,198 
1*6,643 

466,462 
147,264 



294,606 
223,928 
70,678 

317,743 
98,816 



431,417 
373,857 
67,660 

4*0,206 
66,3*9 



636,256 
301, *06 
214,7*4 

10,104 

5n,707 
66,556 



348,109 

339,075 

9,03* 

367,235 

38,160 



6,666,859 
4,766,883 
1,799,976 

6,667,946 
1,891,063 



Per 
cent of 

In- 

erease:> 

1910- 

18S0 



30.5 
ID. 2 
30.6 

30.3 
30.9 



136.6 
113.3 
354.9 

12S.9 
338.9 



83.3 
346 
19.6 

39.7 
7.3 



29.3 
30.6 

23.9 
34.2 

27.7 
2316 



89.1 
80.7 
107.6 

88.8 
106.* 



8.0 
49 
17.8 

7.3 
13.1 



3*.6 
22.3 
*0.0 

21.3 
36.3 



19.6 
26.3 
9.3 

37.9 

18.9 
16.3 



1*.3 
1*.3 
18.* 

t*.3 
15.3 



30.6 
17.9 
37.2 

307 

27 7 



PBOADELPBU. 

Metropolitan district 

In dty proper , 

Outside 

City and adjacen t territory 

Adjacent territory 

PnTSBCEOH. 

Metropolitan district 

In dty proper 

Outside 

City and adjacent territory , 

Adjacent territory 

rOBTLAHO, OUO. 

Metropolltan.diattlot 

In dty proper 

Outside.... 

City ana MJacentteRitory 

Adjacent territory 

PROVIDEKCK. 

Metropolitan district 

In dty proper 

Outside , 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

ROCHESTER. 

Metropolitan district w 

In city proper.... 

Outside 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

ST. LOUIS. 

Metropolitan district 

In dty proper 

Outside 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

SAK FBAMCISOO-OAKULND. 

Metrt^U ta n district 

In dty proper (San Frandago) 

In dty proper (Oakland) 

Outside 

ClUes and adjacent territory 

Adjacent tenitory 

SEATTLE. 

Metropolitan district 

In dty proper 

Outside 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

TOLEDO. 

Hetropolitan district 

Indtypr<q>er 

Outside 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 

WASHINQTOH. 

Metropolitan district 

In dty proper 

Outside 

City and adjacent territory 

Adjacent territory 



Area 

In acres: 

igM 



483,430.4 
81,920.0 
401,519.4 

645,339.8 
563,409.8 



422,039.9 

36,617.2 

396,5217 



473,706.7 



160,763.0 

40,*&0. 

130^33aO 

440^742.8 
400^300.8 



136,480l4 
11,388.0 
116,081.4 

271,500.4 
260^202.4 



118,391.8 
18,891.0 
99,S0a8 

338,064.6 
319,103.6 



197,767.1 
39,04aO 
168,717.1 

466,357.* 
*17,317.* 



286,500.8 
26,880.0 
20,348.0 

230^372.8 

381,880.0 
325,762.0 



146,638.4 
37,*78.* 
106, 16a 

381,606.* 
3*4,128.0 



59,661.2 
18,010.0 
41,66L2 

336,890.0 

318, 88a 



170^146.0 
38,406.* 
131,737.6 

667.166.2 
628^767.8 



FOrin.ATIOH. 



1»W 



SL 407,234 

1,823,779 

583,455 

2,438,728 
604,949 



1,307,504 
688,343 
619^161 

1,316,464 
638,131 



309^883 
238,288 
41,694 

339,146 

70^958 



444, 328 
33^606 
206,633 

551,502 
313,907 



320^966 

205,760 

26,216 

342,999 
47,249 



963,013 
772,897 
179,115 

1,014,467 
2U,560 



891,477 
606,676 
216,261 
168,640 

90^921 
177,984 



357,950 
316,312 
42,638 

383,324 
68,012 



263,717 

243,16* 

20,553 

284,248 
51,084 



506,588 
437,571 
69,017 

640^702 
103,131 



1910 



1,983,306 

1,640,008 

434,298 

2,004,185 
466,177 



1,083,062 
533,905 
499, i«r 

1,041,385 
507,480 



340,005 

307,214 

83^791 

264,306 
57,080 



305,972 
234,336 
171,946 

489,772 
266,446 



2*8,612 

218,149 

30,363 

272,741 
54,693 



828,733 
687,029 
141,704 

881,925 
194,896 



686,873 
416,912 
150,174 
119,787 

692,65* 
125,568 



255,622 

237,194 

18,428 

374,997 
37,803 



180^376 

168,407 

11,878 

208,873 
40,376 



380,508 

331,069 

49,439 

413, *6S 
83,389 



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in- 
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21.4 
17.7 
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21.3 
32.0 



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10.2 
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16.8 
23.8 



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201* 

12.0 
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36.0 

-17.0 

25. 8 
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33.9 



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3ai 

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32.9 
131.4 

39.4 
79.9 



46.2 
44.3 

73.0 

4a9 
26.6 



33.1 
32.3 
30.6 

30.8 
35.3 



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OIVIX. SXVI8K»rS OOKPRISBS WXXBIir KSTBOFOLITAir BtSmiOT AXTD A&TACBmr naUEUStttT OF SJkOH 

CENTBAli CITY. 



AKBON DISTBICT. 

KETROPOUTAN DiaTBICT. 

Midina Cmntt. 
Wadsworth twp., exd. Wads- 
worth vUlaee and patt of West- 
ern Stai"?ia>ige 1,3SS 

WadsworOi vfliwe 4,7«> 

Wntern Star vUSage (part of). . . . 8t 

Pmiage Ornqty. 

FianUln twp., ezcl. Kent Tillage. 1,389 

KentvlBage 7,0TO 

Uogadore village (part ot) 204 

SuminSt CM«<y. 

Akiciicit7 a08,4S6 

BarbertoDCtty 18.811 

Coventrr twp., excl. Kanmore 

Tfltoge 3,128 

Qiyaboga Falls village 10,200 

Kanmore Tillage 13,083 

HlOKadore village (part of) 547 

Norton twp., excl. Barberton 

dty and part of Western Star 

vtlUge 2,848 

Portagetwp 1,589 

SprlngneM twp., oxcL part of 

Ho^oreTilbge 0,903 

IWmadgetwp 5,307 

WeaternStarvUbgeCpartof).... 67 

ADIACEMT TEBRnOBT OmSIini 
MEtBOrOUTAN DISTBICT. 

Jir«Una Cmmtv. 

Orangertwp 858 

aunmtwp 1,087 

Pmiage Cauntg. 

Brimfleldtwp 893 

SufDeld twp., excl. part of Uoga- 
dtraTilli«e 1,478 

Stork Cbuitfy. 

Laketwp 3,073 

5Uinnitt County. 

Bathtwp 1,081 

BostoD twp,,azol.PeDiniU]a vil- 
lage ;.. 875 

CUSonvUlaKe 312 

Copley twp 1,619 

nanklln twp., excl. Clinton vil- 
lage 1,660 

Oreentwp 1,702 

Hudson twp., excl. Hudson vil- 
lage 803 

Hadsonrillage 1,134 

Northamptoo twp 036 

Peninsula village 520 

Blebfleldtwp 971 

Silver Lake village 120 

Stow twp., excl. Silver Lake vil- 
lage 1,619 

ATLANTA DISTBICT. 

intTBOPOUTAN DISTItlCr. 

Dekalb Qmntt. 

Atlanta city (part oO 8,430 

Decaturtown 6,150 

East I.Ake town 611 

Klrkwoodtown 3,934 

UU. Dist. 531, Decatur, excl. De- 
catur town and part of East 

Laketown 3,883 

Mn. Dist. 1379, Edgewood 0) 

Mil. Dist. 1586, Klrkwood, excl. 
KIrkwood town and part of 

EastLaketown 10 

UU. Dist. 1666, East Atlanta 734 

FuUon Covntn. 

Atlanta dty (part of) 193,186 

College Park town 3,633 

East Point town 5,241 

Hapevllletown 1,631 

MlfDist. 469, Cooks 3,397 

MU. Dist. 530, Black Hall 3,348 

MIL Dist. 1338, Collins 4,494 

Hn. Dist. 1333, East Point, excl. 

East Point town 1,042 

Mil. Dist. 1348, South Bend 6, 377 

MU. Dist. 1382, Poactitree 1,123 

Mil. Dist. 1422, Edirewood 1,083 

Mil. Dist. 1511, Battle Hill 1,494 

Mil. Dist. 1680, Ilapevfne, excl. 

HapevUIetown 1,497 

ADJACENT TIBIUTOBr OUTSIDE 
XETBOFOUTAN DCnBICT. 

Ctmptai -CMmtf. 

lOI. Dist. 490, Bed Oak 1,406 

Mil. Dist. 731, Sandtown 730 

Mil. Dist. 1304, Union 617 

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308 

1,09B 
1,497 

881 
1,059 

1,024 
101 
159 



1,399 

584 
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791 



253 

501 

153 

611 

1,708 

1,250 

1,075 

4,689 

1,129 
863 

429 



1,040 
2,603 

784 
8S8 



ATLANTA DISTEICT-Con. 
AMACBMT TEBBITOBY— con. 

Ctaflon Couttty. 

Porest Parte town. .- 

UU. Dist. 548, Riverdale, exd. 

Rlverdale town 

Hil.Dist. 1189, Adamson 

Mil. Dist. 1406, Ellenwood, exd. 

Rex town 

MIL Dist. 1446, Oak 

Mil. Dist. 1644, Potest Park, exd. 

Forest Park town 

Rex town 

Rtvordale town. 

Cobb Countf. 
UU. Dist. 1292, Smyrna, exd. 

Smyrna town 

MIl.Dlst. 1395, HowBlb 

MIL Dist. 1568, Vlnings 

Smyrna town 

Dekaa County. 

Chambleetown 

Clarkston town 

DoreviUetown 

Mil. Dist. 524, ShaUow Ford 

MU. Dist. 5.36, PanthersviUe 

MIL Dist. 572, Browning 

MIL Dist. 637, Evans 

Mil. Dist. 686, Cross Keys, excL 

Chamblee town 

MU. Dist. 1327, Clarkston, excL 

Clarkston town 

MU. Dist. 1349, MUl 

Mil. Dist. 1416, DorovUle, exd. 

DoraviUetown...'. 

FuUon Counm. 

JUL Dist. 479, Bryants 

MU. Dist. 722, Buckhead. . . . 
MIL Dist. 1100, Oak Grove. . 
MU. Dist. 1289, AdarasvUle 

BALTIMORE DISTBICT. 



KBIB0FOLITA<r DUTmCT. 

ilniu intndel County. 

Dlst» 4,881 

Dtrt.6 3,888 

BaMmore city. 
The dty 733,826 

BttUhnore County. 

Dlst.l 9,819 

Dist. 3 8,987 

Dist. 9 6,684 

Dist. 12 4,182 

Dist. 13 4,588 

DUt. 14 3,500 

Dist 15 12,138 

ADJACENT TEBSrroSV OUTSIDE 
KETROPOUTAN MStRICT. 

BaltlmoTe County. 

Dist. 2 4,755 

Dist. 4 6,499 

Dist. 8 6,570 

Dist. 11 5,196 

Howari Cvuuty. 

Dist, 1, EUc Ridge 2,483 

Dist. 2, EUlcott City , exd. ElUoott 

aty '.. 2,188 

EUicottCity 1,246 

BOSTON DISTRICT. 

METBOFOUTAN DISTBICT. 

Buez Cannty. 

Lynn city 99,148 

Marblohead town 7,324 

Nahanttown 1,318 

Peabodydty 19,552 

Salem city 42,529 

Saugustown 10,874 

Swampscott town. 8,101 

MiidUtei County. 

Altlngtontown 18,665 

Belmont town 10,749 

Cambridgedty 109,894 

Evwettdty 40,120 

Framlngbam town. 17,033 

Lexington town. 6,3.50 

Llnoomtown 1,042 

MiaSncity 49,103 

Hedtorddty 39,038 

Melrosedty 18,204 

Natlcktown... 10,907 

Newtondty 46,054 

SherbomtowB 1,558 

SomervlUecity., »»,091 

Stonehamtown 7,873 

Wakaflaldtown. 13,025 



BOSTON DISTRICT-Con. 

KETBOPOUTAN DISTBICT— con. 

MidUtitt CtoiHUy— Con. 

Walthamdty 30,»15 

Watertown town. 21,457 

Waylandtown 1,986 

Westontown 2,283 

Winchester town 10,485 

Wobumclty 16,574 

Norfolk Omnty. 

Btslntree town 12>'^ 

Brookllne town 37,748 

CantoQtown 5,946 

Dedliamtown 10,793 

Dovertown 867 

Medneldtown 3,586 

KUtontown 9,382 

Needhamtown 7,012 

Norwoodtown 12,627 

Qulncyoity 47,876 

RandolpbtowD 4,756 

Sharontown 2,467 

Walpoietown 6,446 

Welledeytown 6,224 

W«a^woodtown 1.368 

Weymouthtown 16,057 

Sufolk Omnty. 

Bostondty 748,080 

Cbelseadty 48,184 

Revereolty 38,823 

Wlnthrop town 18,466 

ADJACENT TEBEITOBT OUTSIDE 
METBOPOUTAN DISTBICT. 

Xua County. 

LymuBddtown 1,186 

MUdlttex Cemnty. 

BmUngtontown 886 

Readlngtown 7,439 

NoifoOe County. 

Avon town 2, 178 

HolbiotAtown 3,W1 

Stooghtontown 6,866 

Plymouth County. 

Bln^iamtown 5,604 

Hulltown 1,771 

BXJFFALO DISTBICT. 
METBOPOUTAN DISTBICT. 
ErU County. 
Amlmst town, excl. WlUlams- 

vlltevUlage 4,533 

BlasdeUvUIage 1,401 

Buffalooity 606,776 

Cheektowaga town, exd. Sloan 
village and part of Depew vil- 
lage ■. 9,230 

DepewvIUage 5,850 

Hamburg t own , excl. Blasdetl and 

Hamburg villages 4,070 

Hamburg village 3, 186 

Kenmore village .-. 3, 160 

Lackawanna city 17,918 

Lancaster town, excl. Lancaster 
village and part of Depew vil- 
lage -...VT. 2,165 

Lancaster viUage 8,059 

Sloan village 1,791 

Tonawandaclty 10,068 

Tonawanda town, exd. Kenmore 

village 3,845 

West Seneca town 7,062 

WlliiamsvUle ViUage 1,763 

Niagara County. 
North Tonawanda city 1.% 482 

ADJACENT TEBRTTOBT OUTSIDE 
METBOPOUTAN DISTBICT. 

ErU COuntV- 
Aurora town, exd. East Aurora 

vinage 1,800 

Clarencetown 2,880 

East Aurora village 3,703 

East Hamburg town 3,120 

Elmatown 1,966 

Qrand Island town 728 

NJagara County. 

La Salle village 3,813 

Niagara town, exd. La Salle vll- 

IbSb! 380 

Pendleton town 1, 1'.'i 

Wheatflddtown 1,884 

CHICAGO DISTBICT. 

MCnOPOUTAN DISTBICT (IN ILUKOn). 

Cook County. 

BeUwood viOage 1,881 

Berwyndty 14,150 



CHICAGO DISTRICT-Con. 
METBOPOUTAN DISTBICT— 000. 

Cook County— Con. 

Bloom twp,, pxcl. Chicago Hci^its 
city,Glenwo(xl,and South Chicn- 
go Heights villages, and parts of 
Homewood and Steger villages. 1,816 

Blue Island city 11,434 

Bremen twp., cycl. Robbies and 
Tiiiley Park villages and parts of 
Hazel Crest and Poscn villages. 4,711 

Broadview village 430 

Brookficld village 3,589 

Burntiam village 795 

Burr Oakvillage 1,237 

Calumet twp., excl. Burr Oak vll. 
lage and jarts of Blue Island 

citv and Riverdale village 1, 101 

Oiicagocitv 2,701,705 

Cliicago Ueiglitscity 19,053 

Chicago Ridge village 176 

Cia^ro town 44, 995 

Des I'laincs village 3, 451 

Dolton village...- 2,078 

East Hazel ("rest ViUage 394 

Elmwood Parkvlliagc 1,380 

Evanstoucity 37,234 

Evergreen Parlcvlllage 705 

Forest Parkvillage 10,7(i8 

Franklin I'ark village 914 

Oleneoc village 3,381 

Glenwood village 738 

Harvevclty 9,210 

Hazel f rest village 438 

Hillside village 555 

Hinsdale village (part of) 127 

Hodgklns village 266 

Eou'.ewood village 1,389 

Justice village 183 

KenUworth vlUage 1,188 

La Grange village 6,525 

La Grange Park ViUage 1,884 

LaneingvIUage 1,409 

Leyden twp., excl. Elmwood 
Park, Franklin Park, River 
Orove, and Schiller Park vil- 
lages 1,781 

Lyons twp., exd. Hodgklns, Jus- 
tice, La Grange, and Summit 
villages and parts of Brookfldd, 
Hinsdale, Lyons, Riverside, i 

Spring Forest, and Western 

Springs vlUages 947 

Lyons village 2,864 

Maine twp. , exd. Des Plalnes and 
Rlvervicw viUages, and Park 

Ridgeclty 1,823 

Haywood Tillage 12,072 

Mehtise Park village 7,147 

Morton Grove village 1,079 

Mount Greenwood viliage 1,441 

New Trier twp-i. «»<!•■ Olencoe. 
KenUworth, WUmette, and 

WinnetkavlUages 1,783 

Nlles twp., exd. Morton Orove, 
Niles, Nlles Center, and Tess- 

vlllovIJages 1,966 

Nlles village 1,2S8 

Niles Center village 763 

Norwood Park twp 6,897 

Oak Lawn village 489 

Oak Park village 39,858 

ParkRldgedty 3,383 

Phoenix village 1,938 

PosenviUage 947 

Proviso twp., exd. Bellwood, 
Broadview, Forest Park, Hill- 
side, La Orange Park, May- 
wood, and Melrose Park vll- 
lagps_, and parts of Brookfteld 
and Western Springs A-illages. . . 980 

River Forest village 4, 358 

River Orove vUlagc 484 

Riverdale vUlagc 1 , 186 

Riverside twp., excl. parts of 
Brookfleld. Lyons, and River- 

sldevlllaee< 458 

Riverside village 2,532 

Rivervlew village 334 

Robblns village 431 

Schiller Park vU lage 390 

South Chicago Heights village .... 949 

South Holland vUlage 1,247 

Spring Forest village 134 

Stickney twp., exd. Stlckney 

vUlage 327 

Stickney vlUage 550 

Summit village 4,019 

Tessville village 355 

Thornton twp., exd. Harvey and 
West Hammond cities, Pum- 
ham, Dolton, Fast Haiel Crest, 
Lansing, I'hoeiiix, South Hol- 
land . and Thornton viUages, and 
parts of Hazel Crest, Home- 
wood, Posen, and Riverdale 
villages 8,872 



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CmCAQO DISTRICT-Con. 

mmOIOUTAJT DBTBICT— con. 

CookOourUf—Cim. 

Thornton village 767 

Tinley Park village 49S 

Wi>st Hammond citv 7,4» 

■Western Springs village 1,3S8 

•Wilmot to village 7,814 

Winnetka village t,t9i 

Worth twp., excl. Chicago RidiiC, 
Evergreen Park, Moutit Oreca- 
wood,and Oak Lawn vlllagM, 
andjiarts of Blue Island city 

and Worth village 1,443 

WortbvUlage J40 

Du Pate Coimfy. 
Downos Orore twp., excl. 
Downers Orove village and p«rt 

a( Hinsdale Tlllue 1,811 

Downers OroTeTiUage 3,543 

Hinsdale TiUage (put oO S,9U 

MSraOFOUTAN DBISICT (DC mDUMA). 

Lake Counlf. 
Oalnmet twp., ezd. Oriffltb town 

andpartof OarTdty 771 

Bast Chicago dty 3S,<M7 

(Jaryctty 55,378 

OlliBthtown 630 

Hammond city 36,004 

HeasTllletown. i,480 

Highland town 542 

Uunster town 605 

Whiting dty 10,146 

AMAOHT raKBrrOKT OtTTSIDI UCTBO- 
POUTAN DI9TBICT (N OXINOIS). 

)'"' Coot Cauntf. 

Ariington Heights village 2,250 

Elk Orove twp., excl. part of 

Uotmt Prospect village 1,102 

Glenview village 780 

Mount ProEpect village 348 

Northfleld twp., exd. Glenview 

and Shermerville vUlans 2,124 

Palos twp., ezcL False Park vil- 
lageand parts of Spring Forest, 

and WoAi villages 831 

Palos Park village 240 

' Shermerville vilukge 554 

Wheeling twp., excl. Arlington 
Hdghts and wheeling villages, 
and part of Mount ProspiKt 

village 2,637 

Wheeling village 313 

Du Page Countj. 

Addison twp., excl. Addison, 
Bensenville, and Itasca villages, 

and part of Elmhurst city 1, 202 

Addison villaee 510 

Bensenville village 650 

Elmhurstdty 4,594 

Itasca village 339 

Lombard village 1,331 

Villa Park village 854 

York twp., excl. Lombard and 
Villa Park villages, and part of 

Elmhurstdty 1,837 

' CINCINNATI DISTRICT. 

' imBOlPOUTAN DiaiBICT (IN OEIO). 

BtmUtm Omntp. 

Addyston village...'. 1,448 

Anderson twp., exd. Newtown 

village 2,450 

Arlington Heights village 730 

Cheviot village 4,108 

Cincinnati dty 401,247 

Cleves village 1,454 

Columbia twp., exd. Terrace Park 
village, and rerts of Madelra.Mll- 
(ord, and Silverton vlUagea and 

Norwooddty 2,899 

Deer Park village 824 

Delhltwp 1,953 

Ebnwood Place village 3,991 

OlendaJe village 1,759 

Oreen twp., excL Cheviot village. 3, 942 

Lockland vlllagD 4,007 

Madeira village 600 

Miami twp., exd. Addyston, 
Cleves, and North Bend vil- 

bges. 798 

Montgomery village 378 

Mount Healthy village 2,255 

Newtown village 534 

North Bend village 597 

North ConcgeHfl! village 1,104 

Norwood cify 24,966 

Reading village 4,540 

St. Bcrnardcitv 6,312 

Sharonville viltoge 733 



Bilverton village. 



CINCINNATI DISTRICT-Con. 

KErBoroUTAN DisnucT— oon. 

Hamiton Cautitf — Con. 

Springflold twp., excl. rilendale. 
Mount Healthy, North Collnge 
Hill, and Wyoihing villages, a^ 
parts of Arlington Heights and 

Lockland villages 4,516 

Sycamore twp., excl. Peer Park, 
Montgomer^', Reading, and 
Sharonvllle villages, and ports 
of Arlington Height-s, Lockland, 
Madeira, and Silverton villages. 3,388 

^rrace Park village 410 

Wyoming village 3,323 

MBTBOPOUTAN DDTRICT (IN KXNTUOCT). 
OunpieS Oamtt. 

Bcllevno city 7,379 

Clifton town 2,085 

Cote Brilliante town 489 

Dayton city 7,646 

Fort Thomas town 5,018 

Mag. Dist. 1, exd. Clifton and 
Southgate towns and part of 

Newport dty 244 

Mag. DLst. 3, Outlying excl. Belle- 
vue and IJajion cities and Cote 

Brilliiinto town 915 

Mag. Hist. 4, Cold Springs, ex«i 

Turl Thomas town 1,798 

Newport dty 29,317 

Soathgato town 609 

Kenton Cnmtt. 

Bromley town 736 

C!o\ ington citv 57, 121 

Fort MItoheirtown 169 

LuiUow town 4,583 

Mag. Dist. 2, e.xcl. part of Coving- 
ton city 1,646 

Mag. DLst. 3, cxel. Bromley, Fort 
Milchell.and LudlowtowiM,and • 

part of Covington city 1,940 

AUACENT TEBRTTOBT OVT8IDB MBTSO- 

pouTAN uig i ai ci (or omo). 
BuOer Omntt. 

Fairfield twp. 2,527 

Hamilton dty 89,675 

Roestwp 1,239 

Uniontwp. 1,593 

Clermont Countt. 

Loveland village (pert of) 1,017 

Miami twp., exd. parts of Love- 
land andHlUbrd villagBS. 2,312 

Milford village (part oO 1,454 

Pierce twp., exd. part of Amelia 

town. 1,182 

Union twp. 1,669 

BamOlon Ofuntf. 

Coletaintwp 2,891 

Oosbytwp 758 

Loveland village (part oO 521 

Mlltord village (part of) 71 

Synunes twp., excl, part of Love- 

landvillage 998 

Whitewater twp 1,467 

Warren Cbunty. 
Deerfleld twp., exoL Mason vil- 
lage 2,059 

Loveland village (part of) 19 

MasonvlUage 816 

ANACINT TEBSrtORV OVTSIDX UETBO- 
70UTAN DI3TBICT (IN KXNTX7CKT). 

Boone Counif. 

Borllngton town 198 

Florenoetown 268 

Mag. Dist. 1, Burlington, ezd. 

Burlington town. 1,708 

Mag. Dist. 6, Florence, ezd. Flor- 
ence town 1,674 

Oimp6eO County. 

Alexandria town. °. 316 

Mag. Dist. 5, AlexandriSL exd. 
Alexandria and Mdboume 

towns 2,577 

Meltioame town 337 

Kenton Covtntp. 

Elsmoretown 919 

Erbngertown 711 

Independence town 153 

Mag. Dist. 4, excL Elamars and 

Erlanger towns 1,881 

Mag. Dist. 5, exd. Independence 
town. 1,942 

CLEVELAND DISTRIC!T. 

mrsopouTAN disibict. 

Cuynhoftt Countf. 

Beachwood village 225 

Bedford twp., exd, Bedford vil- 
Uge 1,905 



CLEVELAND DISTRICT-Con. 

KRBOroUTAN UBTSICT— COO. 

Atyaio^ Countn—Caa. 

Bedford village 2,677 

Bere.i village 2,9W 

Bratenahl village 1,000 

Brook Park village 881 

Brookljm twp., excl. Llnndala 

village 423 

Brnoklvn Heights village 605 

Cleveland city 796,841 

Cleveland Heights village 1^286 

On viilioga Heights village 789 

E.i>l <'leveland citv 27,392 

Eii.t Mew village.". 606 

Eutlid village 8,368 

Eiiclidville village 288 

Fairview village 642 

Oarfldd Heights village 2,550 

Goldwood twp., cxcL Falrview 

village 318 

Idlewood village 181 

Independence twp ;.... . 3(M 

Independence viiloge 1,(174 

LakcwtKxicity 41,732 

Liiuulale village 490 

Maple Heights' village 1,732 

Miadleburgh twp., excl. Berea 

vUlage 2,004 

Newburgh Heights village 2, 957 

North Kandall village 652 

RiihnioiKi ilcii^hts village 265 

Ro<kv River village 1,861 

Sliaker Heights village 1, 616 

South Euclid village 1,905 

Valley \'iew \Tllage 40Q 

Warrens^ille twp., excl. East 
View and North Randall Ul- 
lages 1,784 

West Park viUage 8,581 

AIUACBNT TERBrrORT OUTSIDB 
KSTBOPOUTAN niSTBICT. 

Cufohoga Countf. 

Bay village 

Brecksvllle twp 

Charain Falls twp., ezd. Chagrin 

Falls village. 

Chagrin Falu village 

Dover viUage 

Oicnwillow village 

Mayfleldtwp 

North Olmsted villiue 

Olmsted twp.,exd. Olmsted Fails 

village 

Olmsted Falls ViUage 

Orange twp 

Parma twp 

Parma Ha^ts village 

Royalton twp 

Sdontwp 

Strongsville twp 



751 
1,305 

240 
2,237 
1,754 

20O 
1,363 
1,419 

1,008 
374 
945 

2,345 
310 

1,262 
887 

1,285 



Lake Countf. 



Kirtlandtwp 

WickliffevilUge 

WUioughby twp., exd. WicklUIe 

and Wiiloughby villages 

Willoughby ^-illage 

Summit Countf. 

Macedonia village 

Northfldd village 



957 
1,506 

1,521 
2,656 

581 
861 



COLUMBUS DISTRIC!T. 

MSIBOPOUIAN DISIBICT. 

* Franklin Countf. 

Bexley village 1,342 

Blendon twp., exd. Westarvilla 

village 995 

Clinton twp., exd. Bast Linden 
and Linden Bdghts villages ... 3, 453 

Cdumbusdty 237,031 

East (Columbus ViUage 1,328 

East Linden village 7M 

Franklin twp^ excl. Grandvlew 
Heights and Marble Clifl vil- 
lages 4,362 

Oabannavillage 347 

Grandvlew Heights village 1, 185 

Hanford village 160 

UndenHdghts village 1,731 

Marble CllflviUage 216 

Marion twp., excl. Bexley and 
Hanford villages, and part of 

BastColumbnsvlllaKe 2,798 

Mifflin twp., exd. Gahanna vil- 
lageand part of EastCdumbus 

village 2,186 

Westerville village 2,480 

AMACKNT TEBIUTOKT OUmSB 
METBOroUTAH DI8TBI0T. 

Delaware County. 
Orangetwp 890 



OOLUVBUS DISTRIOT-Oon. 
AOIAClalT TBBBROBT— oon. 

Franklin Countf. 

Browntwp 6W 

Canal Wlnehaitorvtllag*. 791 

Dublin vtUage < 3U 

Orove City vUlaga 9(6 . 

Orovaport village 671 

Hamilton twp., azd. Lookboom* 

village l,«a 

HanisDurg village. 258 

HiUiard vfllaga. 451 

Jackson twp., axel. Grove City 

village 1,634 

Jefferson twp 1, 211 

Lockhourne village 279 

Madison twn^ excl. Canal Win- 
chesteranduroveportvillages.. 2^088 

New Albanv village 300 

Norwich twp., excl. HiUiard vil- 
lage 1, 136 

Perry twp., excl. Upper Arling- 
ton villaga 1,689 

Plain twp., excl. New Albany 

village 808 

Pleasant twp., exd. Barrisburg 

ViUage 1,4U 

Prairie twp 1,476 

Reynoldsburg village 491 

Sliiiron twp., excl. Worthington 

village 1, 621 

Truro twp., excl. Beynoldsburg 
village and part of East Cdum- 

bu s vi llage 1, 949 

Dpper.\rlington village 630 

"Washington twp., excl. DubUn 

village 806 

Worthington ViUage TOt 

DENVER DISTRICT. 
MXTBOrOUtAM DISIBICT. 

Arapdko* Ctuutf. 
Engtowooddty *,»» 

Pet. 5, N. Endewood, excL part 

ofEnglewooddty 140 

Pet. 6, S. W. Endewood, ezcL 

partofEndewooddty 143 

Pet. 10, S. E. Endewood, exd. 

partofEndewooddty 470 

Pet. 19, N. Englawood, exd. part 

OfEnglewooddty 63 

Denver County. 

Denverdty 256,491 

Jefferton County. 

Edgewatertown 664 

Lakesidetown 36 

Mountain View town 872 

Pet. 22, Manhattan, exd. part of 

Edgewatertown 649 

Pet. 27, Wheat Ridge 846 

AIVACKNT TCBBITOXY OUTSIDE 
METBOPOUTAN DISTBICT. 

Aiamt County. 

Aurora town (part of) 597 

Pet. 6, First (ireek 146 

Pet. 9, Henderson 631 

Pet. 10, Lower Platte 468 

Pct.ll,Irondale 1,201 

Pet. 12. Cdfax, exd. part of Au- 

roraiown 1,128 

Pet. 13, Eastlake 916 

Pet. 14, Lower Cleor Creek 776 

Pet. 15, Westminster, exd. West- 

mlnstertown 498 

Pet. 16, Retreat Park 689 

Pet. 17, CoUerai 514 

Westminster town 23( 

Arapdkoe CowKtf, 

Aurora town (part of) 396 

Littleton town 1,636 

Pet. 1, W. Sheridan, excl. part of 

Hhcridan town 1,345 

Pet. ?, E. Sheridan, excl. part of 

Sheridan town 144 

Pct.3, Glendale 880 

Pet. 4, R. E. Littleton, ezd. part 

of Littleton toivn 283 

Pet. 7, Dry Creek 189 

Pet. 8, N. Littleton, excl. part of 

Littleton town MO 

Pet. 9, Broadway aSl 

Pct.ll,Melvin 154 

Pet. 12, 8. w. Tittleton, axel. 

part of Tiittletco town 344 

Pot. 16, Aurora, excl. part of 

Auroratown 191 

Pet. 18, Salltvan 235 

SbwldanUnm 466 

£<aMer -CbMidr. 

Pot. 26, Broomadd <; 167' 



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oim. Division ooxpsisxd withut mrxopouTAir distbiot aits asjaceitt territoiit of each CEITTRAL CITT— Con: 



DENVER DISTRICT-Con. 

ANACEMI TIBBIlMn— con. 

Doutla* Ommtf. 

»ct.a, Platte as 

Pet. 15, KeUey tn 

Jtfettm Qi » «lj . 

Arradatown ■• 

floldendty %mn 

Morrison town ■( 

Pet. 1, Grant •< 

Pet. 2, Vasqiiei n? 

Pet. 3, Montana tU 

IM. 4, Morrison, exol. Moilsan 

town IB 

m. (, Oolden No. 1, ezcl. part of 

<Saldencity O 

Bet. 10, Oolden No. 2, exd. part 

atOoldencity IM 

TeL 11, Oolden No. 3, ezd. part of 

Gaidendty n 

Bet 12. Oolden No. 4, excL part of 

Qeidencity 52 

P«t. 13, Rakton 287 

Pet. M, Maple Grove 341 

Pet.H^8emper 383 

Pet. U, Lakewood 683 

PM. n, E. Arvada, ezoL pact «f 

Anadatown ns 

Pet. 35, W. Arvada, ezcL pait at 

Airadatown 628 

Pet. 26, Palnnont 431 

Fet.2». 562 

DETROIT DISTRICT. 
MSTftOPOUTAlf DOTRTCT. 
ilacomb Counlf. 
.Erin twp., exd. part of Vraaer 

vfflage 2,569 

Frasarvfllam »i7 

Orosse Fainte Shores vlUage (part 

oO 16 

OeUand Countf. 

Feradale village 2,640 

Royal Oak twp., excl. Feradide 

and Royal Oak villages 6^785 

RoyaLOak vlUage. ^007 

Warne Ooutitt. 
Dearborn twp., exel. DeartMm 

village 2,736 

Dearborn VlUage 2,470 

Detroit city 998,678 

Eoorse twp., exel. Ecorse, Ford, 
Oakwood, and Elver Rouge 

vUlages 2,411 

Eoorseviilage 4 gn 

Ford village. 4,294 

Oratiottwp 975 

Oreenfleldtwp 2,643 

Oros^ Pointe twp., excl. Orosse 
Pointe, Orosse Pointe Farms, 
and Orosse Pointe Park villages, 
and part of Orosse Pointe Shores 

vilhge 477 

Orosse Pointe village 2,084 

Orosse Pointe Farms village 1,649 

Orosse Pointe Park village ... 1 356 
Orosse Pointe Phores village (part 

of) 503 

Hamtiamck twp., e*cl. Ham- 

tramck village '672 

Hamtramck village 4g 915 

Highland Park city ■46,499 

Hoogoagon twp., excl. Trenton 

village 1593 

Oakwood village I'tBO 

River Ronge village '.['. 9*822 

Sprlngwells twp 2*486 

Trenton village 1*682 

Wyandotte city ". 13J85J 

ADJACENT TEBRTTORT ODTSIOE 
JraTHOPOUIAN DT9TRICT. 

Macomb County. 
I^e twp^ excl. part of Orosse 

Pointe snores village 1330 

Warren twp., excl. WiuTenTaiaga 3,238 
WarrenvDlage 328 

o ^u- „ Oakbind Oounif. 

noHtnnela twp. 1 319 

Troy twp ; 2^520 

Waftu Cbuntf. 

Orosse Isle twp. so2 

Redlord twp., excl. Bedlord vil- 

E<3lord'riUage.'.'!!!IIlir!I!;i'" ijjgo 
Tayloitwp 1,W 

INDIANAPOLIS DISTRICT. 

MBTBOFOUTAM DISIUCI. 

Marion Comttf. 

B«ech Grove town 1,4SB 

Broad Ripple town 1,552 

Centertwp.,excl. Woodrufl Place 
town and parts of Beech Grove 
town and Indianapdis dty 2,436 



INDIANAPOIilS DISTRICT— Con. 

HEISOrOUTAS nsTRICT — con. 

Mbrtos Onmltp— Con. 

Clermont town. 9B 

Indianapolis d^. 314,1M 

Perry twp., exd. Soatbport and 
University HcMits towns, and 
pnrts of Beech Orove town and 

Indianapolis dty 3,818 

Ravcnswood town ,. £ 

Soutliporttown 658 

Universltv Heightstown 477 

Warren twp., excl._parts of Beedl 
Grovo town and Indianapolis 

city 3,151 

Wasnington twp., excl. Br(^ 
Kippio and Ravensrwood towns 
and part odndlanapolisclty... 3,142 
Wayne twp., excl. Clermont town 

and part of In<lianapolis dty .. . 7,(tt5 
Woodrufl Place town 1,158 

ADIACEMT TnarrOBT OUT8IDB 
METBOPOLTTAN DISTBICT. 

Boone Ctotuifjr. 
Eai^e twp., exd. Zlonsvme town. MB 

ZXonsville town 967 

BttvHtton Ommtf. 

Carmeltown MS 

Clay twp., exd. part of Cannd 

town gto 

Ddaware twp., exd. Fishers Sta- 
tion town and part ol Carmel 

town 964 

Ushers Station town 142 

Haneedt Omntf. 

BuokCreektwn 1,153 

New Palestine town tO 

Sugar Creek twp., exd. New Pal- 

estinetown 1,213 

Benirklu Oounlf. 

Brownsborgtown 1,063 

Oullfoid twp., exd. Plalnfleld 

town 1,786 

lineoln twp., exd. Brownsburg 

town 735 

Plainfiddtown 1,373 

WaAtngton twp 1,302 

Johnson Comtlf. 

Bargersvnie town 290 

Greenwood town., 1,907 

Phn-sant twp., exd. Oreenwood 

and Whiteland towns 1,256 

White River twp., exd. Bargers- 

villetown •... 1,752 

Whitdandtown 388 

MarUm Cbmttf. 

Castleton town 208 

Decaturtwp 1,636 

Franklin twp., exd. part otBeech 

Orovetown 2^444 

Lawrence twp., exd. Castleton 

town 2,919 

Pike twp 1,746 

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT 
(MISSOURI AND KANSAS). 

HETBOFOLTtAN DISTBICT (IN ICISSOCBt). 

Claf Countg. 

Avondale village 314 

Birmingham town 175 

Oallatin twp., excl. Avondale vil- 
lage, and Birmingham and 

North Kan.<«s City towns 2, 497 

North Kansas CMty town 870 

Jttduon Connt). 
Blue twp., excl. Independence 

dty and part of Kansas City... 13,801 
Broddng twp., exd. part of Kan- 
sas City 1,767 

Orandview town 410 

Independence city 11,686 

KansasCity, Mo 324,410 

Washington twp., exd. Qrand- 
viewtown 3,501 

HETKOFOUTAN DISTBICT (IN KANSAS). 

Wfandotte County. 

Kansas C!ity,Kana. 101,177 

Qiilndsrotwp 3,435 

Rosedalecity 7,674 

Shawneetwp 3,650 

Wyandottetwp 1,987 

ADJACENT TKBBrrOBT OtnSIDB lOTBO- 

pouTAN ttisntm (DC losaouai). 
Cleg Comttf. 

Liberty dty..... 3,097 

Liberty twp., excL Liberty city.. I,flfl0 

Jackson County. 

Lees Summit city 1,467 

Prairie twp., exd. Lees Summit 
dty 2,866 



KAN.SAS CITY DISTKICT— Con. 

ADJACENT TEBRITORY— con. 

PlatU County. 

May twp 868 

ParVville cltv 619 

Pettis twp., excl. Parkville dty. . 1,440 

Waldrontwp 407 

ADJACENT TEBBTTORT OUTSIDE lOnO- 
POUTAN DISTRICT (IN KANSAS). 

Johnson County. 

Lenexa cily 4''2 

Mission twp 2,539 

Montieello iwp 1, 064 

Oxford twp l,3al 

Shawniectwp., exd. Lenexa city.. 2,430 
Wyandotte County. 

Bonner Springs city 1,626 

Delaware twp., excl. Edwards- 

villecity 1,480 

EdwardsviUe city 203 

Prairie twp 986 

LOS ANGELES DISTRICT. 

METROPOUTAN DISTRICT. 

Los .ingeUs County. 

Alhambra city 6, 086 

Arcadia city 2, 239 

Belvedere twp., excl. part of 

Monterey Parkcity 6,330 

Beverly Hillsdty 674 

Bnrbahk city 2, 913 

Hiirbank twp., excl. Burbank, 
Eagle Rock, and Olendale cities 
and parts of Los .\ngeles and 

Pasadena cities 5, 902 

Cahuenga twp., excl. Beverly 
Hills city and part of Los An- 

Rcles city 4, 588 

Calabasas twp 491 

Compton city 1, 478 

Comjiton twp., exd. Compton 

city 4,879 

Cnlver city 503 

Downey twp 5,562 

Eacle ftockcity 2,286 

El Monleoitv 1,283 

El Monte twp., excl. El Mont« 
city and part of Monterey Park 

city 2,786 

El Sepundocity 1,563 

(Jardena twp 6,381 

Glendalocity 13,638 

Herraosa Beach citv 2,327 

Huntington Parkcity 4,513 

Inglewood city 3, 286 

Tnglewood twp., excl. Inglewood 
city and part of Los Angeles 

city 2,399 

Lankershim twp., exel. part of 

Los .\ngeles city 1,725 

Lomita twp., exd. part of Los 

.^ngelci Cltv Sj.Wl 

I-ong Boach city .W, 593 

Long Beach t^vp. excl. Long 

Beacticity 5,769 

Lc^ Angeles city 576,873 

Los Angeles twp., excl. part of 

Los .Vngeles city 942 

Malibu tw()., excl. part of Los 

Angeles city 3, 7W 

Maniiattan Beach city 856 

Monrovia city 5,480 

Monterey Park cit v 4, 108 

Pasadena city ." 45, 354 

Pasadena twp., excl. Arcadia and 
Sierra Madre cities and part of 

Pasadena ci(y 8,027 

Redondo twp., excl. El .Segundo, 
Hermasa Beach, Manhattan 
Beach, and Redondo Beach 
cities, and part of Los .\ngeles 

city 4,131 

Redondo Beach city 4,913 

.San .Antonio twp., excl. Hunting- 
ton Park, Vernon, and Watts 
cities, and part of Monterey Park 

city 22,605 

San Fernando city 3, 2(M 

San Gabriel city.'. 2,640 

San Gabriel twp., exd. Alhambra, 
.*^n Gabriel, and San Marino 
cities, and part of Monterey Park 

dty 2,218 

San .Marino city 684 

Santa .Monica city 15,252 

Sierra Madre citv 2,026 

South Pasadena'city 7,652 

Venice city 10,385 

Venice t\yp., exd. Culver and 
Venice cities and part of Loa 

Angeles city 1, 495 

Vernon city 1,005 

Watts city. 4,529 

ADJACENT TEKRTTORT OCTSIDB ' 
SIETROPOLrTAN' niSTRICT. 

I^)S A n^(Us County. 
Saugus and New Hall precincts 
(Soledad twp.) 1,645 



LOUISVILLE DISTRICT. 
METROKHAAX 000001 (HI KUROCKT). 

Jtfwvm Ctumttf. 

Highland Park town 3,979 

Jaffernontown town 8<0r 

Laaisvillecit7 234,a8lL 

Mag. Dist. 2, exd. Jeilereontown 

town -. 10,310 

Mag. Dist. 3, exd. Highland Park 

and Oakdale towns 12,415- 

Mag. Dist. 4 11,474 

Obkdale town. 3,16S 

XTrBOPOUTAN DDTBICT (Cf mOIANA). 
(TZnrt Camntt. 

Oarksvllla town 2,322 

Claysburg town 4J7 

Jeffersonvillrdty lOyOBS 

JeffarsoDvilla twp., excl. Jeflar. 

aoDVille dty and Ciarksville, 

Claysburg, and Port Fulton 

towns. 1,799 

Port Fultontown 971 

Vlttfi Coumtf, 

New Albany dty 22,993 ' 

New Albany twp., excL New Al- 

banydty 2,62S 

ADJACENT TESBrrOBT OVTSroB HETBO- 
POUTAN DLSTRICT (IN KEMTT7CKT). 

Jef arson Comitf. 

Anchorage town 447 

Mag. Dist. 1, exd. Andioiage 

town 9,805 

OIAan Countf. 

Mag. Dtet. 1, Oosheo 657 

Mag. Dist. 5, Beard, excL Fawee 

Valley town 1,207 

Mag. Dist. 0, Brownsboro 839 

Pewee Valley town 649 

ABJACBNT TEBBnOKT OTrTiDDE HETBO- 
POIJTAN DISTBICT (IN INDIANA). 

Clark 'Covmtg. 

Sellersburg town 915 

Silver Creek twp., exd. SeOcrs- 

bnrgtown 1,222' 

Uticatwp 1,276 

yiofd oowUf, 

Franklintwp 653 

Georgetown town 401 

Georgetown twp., exd. Oeorge- 

towntown 1,156 

Lafayette twp 1,368 

Harrixm County. ^^ > 

Elizabeth town 193 

Ii'rankUn twp., exd. LanesviUe 

town 1,188 

Lanesvllle town 266 

Posey twp., exd. Elizabeth town. 1, 378 

MILWAUKEE DISTBICT. ^ 
HETBOPOUTAN OmxiCT. * 
Mtiaaukee Comity. 

Cudehydty 6,726 

Granville town 2,875 

Greenfield town. 6,293 

Lake town 8,876 

MUwaiikeedty 457,147 

Milwaukeatown 2,606 

North Milwaukee dty. 3,047 

OakCrcektown 2,292 

Shorewood village. 2,650 

South Milwaukee dty 7,668 

Wanwatosadty S,81S 

Wauwatosa town 16,082 

WestAUIsdty 13,746 

West MUwaufcee VlUage. 2,101 

Whitefish Bay village 882 

AOJACBNT TEBBTTOBT OTTTSIDE 
METRO POUT AN DISTRICT. 

MUwaulue County. ■ 

Franklin town 1,712 

Waukesta County. 

Brookflpld town 1,978 

Uenomonee town 2,175 

Menomoooe Falis Tillage 1,016 

New Berlin town 1,642 

New Butler vfllage 564 

MINNBAPOLIS-8T. PAUL 

DISTRICT. 

ICETBOPOUTAN DISTRICT. 

Aitote County. 

South St. Paul dty 6,860- 

West St. Paul city 2,962 

. Bennepin Coupf.. ,| 

Edina village. 1,838 

Minneapolis city., 380,582 

St. Louis Park village 2,281 

Ramsey Counif. 
St. Paul dty 234,698 



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MINNEAP0LI8-8T. PAOL DIS- 
TRICT— Con. 

ADiAcnrr mBmnr omoDE 

mTBOPOLITAN OOnBCT. 

i(«ot« Cotrntf, 

Aiioksoit7 4, 

AnokBtwp. 



Blaine twp... 

Columbia Heights village 2, 

Fridloytwp 

Dakota County. 

BurnsvUletwp 

Egantwp 

Invergrove twp 1, 

In vergrove village 

Itfbanontwp 

Mandotatwp 

Mandota village 

Rossmounttvp 

Rosemoont Tidage 

0<iin«pin Coantf. 

Bloomlngton twp 1, 

Brooklyn twp 

Brooklyn Center vlUage. . 

Cbampilntwp 

Crystal vUlaga 

Deephaven village 

Eden Prairie t' 



OoMen Valley v] 

Uaple Grove twp I 

Hlnnetonkatwp 2, 

Osseo village 

Flymoutbtwp l, 

Ricbflela Ttnage 2, 

RobbinsdalevlUage 1, 

Wayiata village 

West Minneapolis village 3, 

Eaimef Ctuntf. 

Hounds View twp 1, 

New Brigbton village 

New Canada twp i, 

North St. Paul viUage 1, 

Roaetwp 1, 

WhlteHeartwp 1, 

White Bear Lake village 2, 

Ifiutltiffoii Coiui<|r. 

Alton twp 

Alton village 

Baytown twp 

Cottage Orovetwp. 
DellwoodvtUage... 
Denmarktwp 



Oranttwp 

Lakeland twp 

Newport twp., ezd. Bt. Paul Park 



Newpwt village 

Oakdale twp 

8t. Paul Park vaiage.. 
Woodbury twp 



287 
.548 
550 
968 
533 

419 
857 
210 
383 
361 
757 
193 
S99 
310 

330 
948 
788 
583 
814 
238 
983 
830 
083 
29S 
433 
275 
411 
369 
633 
055 

058 
368 
729 
979 
562 
138 
022 

807 
183 
584 
667 
87 
645 
600 
590 

131 
453 
,163 
900 
956 



NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT. 

UETBOPOLITAlf DIBTBICT. 

Jefenon Parith. 

Oretnadty 7,197 

Ward l.excl. part of Oretnadty. 245 
Wards, exel. part of Oretnadty. 1,206 

Ward 7 2,048 

OrUttM ParUh. 
New Orleans dty 387,219 

A.IMACIHT TEBBITORT OUTSIbE 
HBTBOPOUTAN DISTBICT. 

Jefenon Paritli. 

Keonertown. 1,SS2 

Ward 4, ind. Westwego village. . 4, 0^3 

Wards 1,134 

Wards 1,546 

Ward S, exd. Kenner town 758 

Westwego village ;.. f) 

Plaiueminit Parish. 

Wardl 1,105 

Wards 604 

81. Bernard Paritk. 

Wardl 1,164 

Ward 2 1,499 

Wards I,tt50 

WaTd4 291 

Wards 270 

81. Tammanf ParUh. 

Pearl River vUlage 364 

SUdelltown 2,95S 

Ward S exd. Pearl River village. 1, 115 

Ward W«xd. SUdelltown 1,641 

NEW YORK DISTRICT. 
MnaopomAN ocnBicT (of new tobk). 

Broni Oownlg. 
Bronx boroudi (part of New 
Yorkdty) 732,016 I 



NEW YORK DISTRICT— Con. 

METROPOUTAN DISTBICT— COU. 

Kingt County. 
Brooklyn borough (part of New 

Yorkdty) 2,018,356 

NuKxni Omnty. 

Cedarhurst village 2, 838 

East Rot kaway village 2,00* 

Farniiiigriale village 2, 091 

Floral Park village 2,097 

Frwnort village Sj.lBS 

Oardeii Cilv village 2, 420 

Glen Covo cit v 8, 664 

Great Neck Itslslcs village 339 

HenipsI.ead town, excl. Cedar- 
hurst, East Roekaway, Freo- 
Eort, Garden City, Hempstead, 
lawrence, Lone Beach, Lyn- 
broolc, UockvUio ('enter, and 
Woodsburgli villages, and part 

of Floral Park village 32, 999 

Hempstead village 6,382 

Lawrence village 2, 861 

Long Beach village 2S3 

Lvnhrook village 4, .'571 

Mlneola vill8(;e 3, 016 

North Hempstead town, excl. 
Great Nock Estates, Nlineola, 
Plandomo, Saddle Rock, and 
.'^ands Point villages and part of 

Floral Park village 21, 795 

Oyster Bay town, excl. Farming- 
dale and Sea Cllfl villages 16,097 

PlaiKlome village 319 

Rock\ille Center village 6,262 

Saddle Uock village 71 

Sands Point village 284 

.Sea Clill village 2.108 

Woodsburgh village 220 

Nrw York County. 
Manhattan borough (part of New 

York city) 2, 284, 103 

Qutrns County. 
Que«ns borough (part of New 

York city) 469,042 

B'fhmond County. 
Richmond borough (part of New 
York city) 1 16, 531 

IVe^trheUfr Coiintv. 

Ardsley village 730 

Bronxvilte village 3, 055 

Dobbs Ferry village 4,401 

Eastchester town, excJ. Bronx- 

villo and Tuckanoc villages 2, 808 

Elmsford village 1 , 635 

Greenburg town, excl. .\rdsley, 
Dobbs Ferry, Elmstord, Has- 
tings-upon-lludson, Irvington 

and Tarrytown villages 3,181 

Hastings-upon-Uudson village.. 5,520 

Irvington village 2,701 

l.arcliinont village 2,468 

Miiniaroneck town, excl. Larch- 
mont village and part of Mama- 

roneck village 1,797 

Mamaroneck village 6, 571 

Moimt \'ernon city 42,726 

New Ro(-helledtv 30,213 

North Pelharn village 2,385 

Pelham village 1,056 

Pelhani Mannrvillage 1,754 

Scarsdale village...; 3,506 

Tarr^nown village 5,807 

Turk'alioe village 3, 50!i 

While Plains city 21,051 

Yonkers city 100, 176 

METROPOLITAN DISTRICT (IN NEW 
JERSEY). 

Krrgrn Countii. 

\ Ipine borough 3.50 

Bergenftcld borough 3, 667 

Bo.eola borough .3,900 

Carlsiadt borough 4, 472 

ClilTsido Park borough 5, 709 

Clostcr borough 1, 840 

(Yejvskill borough 942 

Pelford borough 1, 286 

Demarest borough 654 

Durnont borough 2, .537 

East Rutherford borough 5, 163 

Edgewater borough 3, .5:i(i 

Englewood city 1 1, 627 

EnglewoodCliOs borough 594 

Fair\iew borough 4, 8S2 

Fort l.ee borough .5.761 

Haokonsark town 1 7. 667 

Harringion Park borough 0'J7 

Hasbroiick Heights borough 2,895 

Hawnrth borough 748 

T eonia borough 2,979 

Uttle Ferrv borough 2,715 

Lodiborougli 8,I7S 



NEW YORK DISTRICT-Con. 

METBOPOLIT.iN MSTBICrr— COn. 

Bergen CouBttt—Coo- 

Loditwp 9S7 

L\'ndhurst twp 0,S1S 

Moonacble MrotiKh 1,18* 

North ..Vrllngton borough 1,7W 

North vale borough 827 

Norwood borough 830 

Old Tappan borough 404 

Palisades twp S,8S3 

Palisades Park borough 2,483 

Eidgefif Id borough 1,880 

Hidgeneld Park village 8,S75 

Riverside borough 1,077 

Rutherford borough 9,4W 

Teaneck twp 4,1>J 

Tenally borough 3,885 

Teterboro borough 34 

Wallington borough 5,715 

Wood Ridge borough 1,923 

Eesez Omnty. 

Belleville town 18,880 

Bloomficid town 22,019 

East Orange city 50,710 

Glen Ridge borough 4,820 

Irvington town 26,180 

Montclair town 28,810 

Newark city 414,824 

Nutlpy town O,**! 

Orange city 88,268 

South Orange twp 6,383 

South Orange Wllage 7,Z74 

Hadmn Cuanty. 

Bavonnedty 78,754 

East Newark borough 3,057 

Outtenberg town 6,728 

Harrison town 16,721 

Hobokencity 88,186 

Jersey Citv 238,108 

Koamytown 28,724 

North Bergen twp 23,344 

Secaucustown 5,423 

ITnion town 20,651 

Weehawken twp 14,486 

West Hoboken town 40,074 

West New York town 29,928 

xnddleaet Omnty. 

East Brunswicktwp 1,857 

Helraetta borough 687 

Highland Park borough 4,866 

Nfetuchen borough 3,334 

Milltown borough 2,573 

Perth AmboTcity 41,707 

Raritan twp 5,419 

Roosevelt borough 11 ,047 

Pa\Teville twp 7, 181 

Soiith Amhovcity 7,897 

South River borough 6,598 

Spotswood borough 704 

Woodbridge twp 13,423 

Monmouth Omnty, 

Atlantic Highlands borotigh 1,829 

Highlands borough 1,731 

Keansburg borough 1,821 

Ke>*]iort borough 4,415 

Matawan borough 1,910 

Matawan twp 1,856 

Middletown twp 6,917 

Raritan twp 1, 659 

Poisale Omnty. - 

Clifton dty 28,470 

Little Falls twp 3,310 

Passaic dtv 68, 841 

Pat erson eltv 136, 876 

West Paterson boroufji 1,868 

fJnion Omnty. 

Clark twp 794 

Cranfordtwp 6,001 

Elizabeth city 96,783 

Garwood borough 2,084 

Hillside twp 6,287 

Kenilworth borough 1,312 

Linden borough 1,756 

Linden twp 6,612 

Rahway city 11,042 

Roselle borough 6,737 

Roselle Park boroupji 6,438 

I'niontwp 3,962 

Westfleldtown ,... 9,063 

ADJACENT TERRrrOBT OUTSIDE METBO- 
POUTAN DISTRICT (IK NEW TOBE). 

Rocklani Omnty. 

Orand-View-on-Hudsonvlltage... 175 

N.vack village 4,444 

Orangetown town, excl. Qrand- 
Vicw-on-Hudson, Nysok, Pler- 
mont, and South Nyack vil- 
lages 6, 266 

Piemiont village 1,600 

Sooth Nyack Tillage 1,T9» 



NEW YORK DISTRICT-Con. 

ADJACENT TEBBITOBT— con. 

Wettehattr Omnty. 

HarTiam town 6,006 

Port Chester vtUage 16,873 

Rye town, exol. Port duster and 
Rye villages and part of Mama- 

rcneck village 903 

Ryevlllage 6,308 

ADIACBNT TEBBTTOBT OCTSIDE METEO* 
fOUTAN DiSTBICT (IN NEW IBRSET). 

Bttyen Omnty. 

Ea,st Paterson borough 2,441 

Emerson borough 978 

Oarfleldcity 19,381 

Hillsdale twp 1,720 

M'lvwood borough 1,618 

M "iuA twp 2,203 

R rvaletwp 583 

Sua lie River twp 2,846 

■Washington twp 194 

West wood borough.-., 2,807 

Bttex Omnty. 

Uflbumtwp 4,633 

MiiiUttz Omnty. 

Madlsontwp 1,908 

N«w Brunswidc dty 32,779 

JfosmoMk Onttwit. 

Hohndeltwp 1,100 

Uarlborotwp 1,710 

rWM OmMf. 

Fanwood boron^ 724 

Uountalnslde borough 498 

Scotdi Plains twp 2,848 

Springfield twp 1,71« 

PHILADEtPHIA DISTBICT. 

UETROFOUTAN DISTBICT (IN PENNSTL- 
VANU). 

BuAt Omnty. 

Bensalem twp 2,912 

Bristd borough 10,273 

Brlstoltwp 5,027 

Holmevllie borough 491 

Langhome bonmgb 1,067 

Langhome Manor borough 207 

Middletown twp 1,366 

Newtown borough 1,703 

Newtown twp 726 

South Langhome borough 557 

Ctietltr Omnty. 

Easttowntwp 2,307 

Tredyflrlntwp 4,470 

Ddaware OmMir. 

Aldanborontft 1,136 

Aston twp 2,107 

Chesterdty 68,030 

Chestertwp 676 

Clifton Heights borough 3,469 

Coningdaleborough 3,834 

Cdwyn borough 1,859 

Darbyborougb 7,923 

Darby twp 3,077 

East I^ansdowne borough 1,561 

Eddystono borough 2,670 

Olendden borough 1,944 

Havoriord twp 6, 631 

Lansdowne borough 4,797 

Lower Chldiestor twp 2,581 

Marcus Hook borough 5,324 

Marnletwp 900 

Medlaborough 4,109 

Middletowntwp 4,304 

Millboume borough 419 

Morton borough 1,212 

Nether Providence twp 2,344 

Newtowntwp 837 

Norwood boroudi 2,353 

Farkside boroiign 374 

Prospect Park borough 2,536 

Radnortwp 8,181 

Ridleytwp 5,342 

Ridley Park borough 2,313 

Rutiedge borough 711 

SharonHIII borou^ 1,780 

Sprin^eld twp 1,298 

Swarnunore borough 2,390 

Tlnicumtwp 2,500 

Trainer borough 1,367 

Upland borough 2, 486 

Upper Chichester twp 1,577 

Upper Darby twp 8,966 

Upper Provideoce twp 1,246 

Yeadon borough 1,308 

Itatlfomtip Ommty. 

Abingtontwp 8,684 

Ambler borough 3,094 

Bridgeport boroogb 4,680 

Sryn Athyn borou^ 393 



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OlVn. DIVUBOira COHPUSXS VTTXUI KZTROPOUTAZT DIBTaiOT AWD ADJAOEITT TXKRITOHT OT EAOR CEHTSAL CITT— Con. 



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mnorouTAW Disnucr— con. 



MorUgomery (^mntjf — Con. 



Cheltenham twp 

Conshohockeu borough . 

East Norriton twp 

Batboro borough 

Jenkintown borough 

Iiower Girynedd twp . . . 

Ix>wer Merion twp 

Lower Moreland twp . . . 

Narberth borough 

Norriatown borough 

North Wales boroogh... 

Plymouth twp 

Sockledge borough 

Springfield twp 

Upper Dublin twp 



11,015 
S,481 
643 
1,102 
3,360 
1,363 

23,886 
1,128 

3,ro4 

32,319 
2,041 
3,201 
1,009 
3,374 
3,043 
1,534 
4,005 
2,196 
2,331 
1,375 
3,436 
1,828 



_ pper Owynedd twp 

Upper Menod twp 

Upper Moreland twp 

West Conshobockan borough.. 

West Norriton twp 

Whitemarsh twp 

Whltpaintwp 

PhUadtlphia Omntt. 
Philadelphia city 1,823,779 

KITROPOUTAN DISTBICT (IN NEW 

)EBS£Y). 

Burttngton County. 

Beverlydty 2,582 

Beverlytwp 2,794 

Burlington (Sty 9,049 

Burlington t«rp 1,520 

Cbestertwp 7,273 

Cinnaminson twp 1,SS7, 

Celrantwp 1,475 

Northampton twp 5,901 

Paimyratwp 3,834 

Rlversidetwp 6,018 

Rlverton borough 2,341 

Westhampton twp. 478 

WlUIngborotwp 601 

Camden Oatmty. 

Audubon borough 4,740 

Harrington borough 1,333 

Cam^ncity 116,309 

Centretwp- 4,004 

Clementontwp 3,401 

ColUngswood boroogh 8,714 

Gloucester city 12,182 

Oloucestertwp 3,097 

Haddontwp 2,708 

Haddon Heights borough.: 2,950 

BaddonfleldDorough 6,646 

Laurel Springs borough 911 

Uagnolia borough 1,245 

UerchantvlUe borough. 2,749 

Oaklyn borough 1,148 

Pensauken twp 6,474 

Woodlynne borough 1,515 

QlmuaUr Omntf, 

DeptiDrdtwp 2,224 

Oreenwlchtwp 1,751 

Hantuatwp 2,002 

National Park borough 1,000 

Paalsboro borough 4,352 

Pitman borough 3,385 

Wenonah borough 918 

West D«itford twp 1,781 

Westville borough 2,380 

Woodbnryclty 8,801 

Woodbury Hdghts borough 481 

ADJACENT TEBHITOBT OUmDB MKTIM)" 
POUTAN DISTBICT (W rCMASILTANIA). 

Budu OnaUt. 

Ivyland borongh 263 

Northampton twp 1,325 

Southampton twp 1,379 

Warminster twp 760 

Warwlcktwp 472 

Wrightstown twp 741 

Delaware Oatmty. 

Edgemonttwp 474 

MonttmMry Otunty. 

Borsharatwp 1,189 

Montgomery twp 787 

Worcestertwp 1,384 

ADJACKNT TEKBrrOBT OCTSTOB IfXTRO 

rOUTAS USIBICT (m kew jebsey). 
BuTUn0<m County. 

Mount Laurel twp 1,667 

Camden County. 

Delawaretwp 2,331 

Voorheestwp 1,305 

Olottceater Oomtty, 

East Oieenwlch twp 1,483 

Hanisontwp 1,633 

Logantwp 1,510 

B««desboro boiooc^ 1,838 

Woolwlditwp 973 



PITTSBURGH DISTRICT. 

XBTBOFOLTrAII DimtlCT. 

AUeykeny County. 

AJeppotwp 'J87 

Aspinwa!! Dorough 3,170 

.\valon borough 5,277 

Baldwin twp 4,928 

Bi>llevue borough 9, 198 

Ben .\von borough 2,198 

Ben Avon llcighta borou^ 130 

Bilheltwp 2,«06 

Braddock borough 30,879 

Briiddock twp 1,215 

Brentwood borough 1,695 

Bridgcville borough 3,092 

Cerncgio borough 11,516 

Carriek borough 10, 504 

Cast le Shannon Ijorough 2,353 

ClialtiHit borough 1,044 

Cliiirtiera twp 6,034 

Clu's^\ick borough 471 

Churton borough 6,264 

Collier twTp 4,6ii 

Coraopolis borough 6,162 

Cialton txirough 5,954 

Cre.scent twp 980 

Dormont borough 6,456 

Dravosbiirg boruugh 2,204 

Duquesntjcity 19,0U 

Eust Deerlwp 3,806 

El IS t McKepsport borough 2,430 

East, Pittsburgh borough 6,827 

E( Ik'owood borough 3, 181 

Eilj;,'worth borough 1,373 

El ,/ ttwth Iwrough 2, 70.1 

Elizabeth twp 6,563 

Kmsworth borough 2,165 

Et iia borough 6,341 

Fonvardtwp 4,932 

Fiarertwp 1,035 

Gla-i-iport iHirough 6,959 

Gleiiheld borough 2,156 

Greentrec borough 1,043 

HarmartwT> 1,230 

Hays borough 2,231 

HaysvUie borough 173 

Heidelberg borough 2,094 

Homestead i)orough 20,452 

Indianatwp 2,298 

Ingram borough 2,900 

Jerterson twp 5,009 

Kennedy twp 760 

Kilhuektwp 177 

Knoxville borough 7,201 

LteLtBT) 627 

Leetsdale borough 2,311 

Liberty borough 601 

Llncolntwp 739 

Lower St. Clatr twp 51 

McKeesRoclp borough 16,713 

McKoesportdty 46,7S1 

Mlfllintwp 11,267 

Uillvale boioQ^ 8,031 

Moontwp 1,700 

Mount Lebanon twp 2,258 

Mount Oliver borough 5,575 

Munhall borough 6,418 

Neville twp l, 272 

North Braddock borons^ 14,928 

North Clalrton borough 1,270 

North Fayette twp 5,000 

North Versailles twp 4,844 

OakdaJe borough 1,811 

Oakmont borough 4,512 

O'nam twT) 4,672 

Osborne l>o;ough 358 

Overbrook borou^ 2,185 

Fattontwp 3,824 

Pcnjl twp 8, 842 

Plteairn borough 5, 738 

Pillsburghcity 588,343 

Plumtwp 8,855 

Port Vue borough 2,538 

Ruuldn borough 7,301 

Reservetwp 2,805 

Robinsontwp 8,453 

Rosstwp 4,949 

Rosslyn Farms borough 315 

St. Clair borough 6,585 

Scott twp 4,927 

Sewickley borough 4,955 

Shaiertwp 6,306 

Sharpsburg borough 8,921 

Bnowdeutwp.. 2,889 

South Fayette twp 9,221 

South VersaiUei twp 303 

Springdale borough 2,929 

Springdaletwp 910 

fiowetwp 10,665 

Swlssvale borougii 10,908 

Tarentumborougb 8,925 

Thomburg borough 800 

TisSord borough (pt. o() 132 

Turtle Creek borough 8,138 

Union twp 1,868 

Upper St. Clair twp 1,458 

Veiona borough 3,938 

VersaiUea borough 1,(36 

Versaillestwp 2,2fl 



PITTSBURGH DISTRICT— Con. 

KETBOFOUTAN DIBTBICT— COD. 

AUettuny County— Can. 

Wall borough 2,428 

West Deer twp 8,290 

West Elizabeth borough 890 

West Homestead borough 8,435 

West\iew borough 3,797 

West wood borough 478 

Whifaker borough 1,881 

Wilkinstwp 3,455 

Wilkinshnrg borough 24, 408 

Wilraerding borough 6,44i 

Wilson borough 3,248 

Wathlnfton County. 

Cecil twp 5,843 

Finleyvllle borough 609 

Union twp 8,661 

Wettmoreland County. 

Arnold borough 8, 120 

Irwinborotign 3,235 

New Kensington borough 11,987 

North Huntington twp 8,860 

North Irwin borough 90S 

Parnassus borough 3,S16 

Traflord borough (pt. of) 2,727 

AWACENT TKBErrOBT ODTSIDE UETRO- 
rOUTAH DISTRICT. 

Allegheny County. 

FrankUntwp 847 

Hamptontwp 1,720 

McCsQdlesstwp 1,485 

Ohiotwp 4IH 

Pinetwp 885 

Richlandtwp 1,361 

Sewickleytwp 164 

Sewickley Heights twp 654 

Wathington Otwnlt. 

Peterstwp i,(j((o 

PORTLAND DISTRICT. 

MXTROPOUTAN DISTBICT (m QBEQON). 

Clackamie County. 

Arilenwald pet 550 

Oanemahpet 368 

Clarkamaspct 669 

Concord pet 504 

Oladstonocity 1,069 

Gladstone pet. No. 1, excl. part of 

(iladstonecity 82 

Glatlstonepcl. No. 2, e.xcl.partof 

Gladstone city 7$ 

Harmony pet. No. 1 504 

Harmony pet. No. 2 731 

Jennings Lodge pet 658 

Mil waukic town 1,172 

Milwaukie ITeightspct... ....... 885 

Moiuit Pleiisant pet 553 

Oak Crave pet. No. 1 314 

Oak Grove pet. No. 2 363 

Oregon City 5,686 

Oswego city 1,818 

West Linn pet. No. I,excl.part <rf 

West Linn town 49 

West Linn pet. No. 2, exd.partof 

West Linn town 80 

West Linn town 1,628 

Willamette pet. No. 2 210 

Xuttttomah Oiunty. 

Portland dty 258,288 

Pot.209,6wUt 301 

Pet. 300, Columbia 1,747 

Pot.301,Bus8eUville 843 

Pet.302,Nortb Kelly Butte 321 

Pet. 308, South Keily Butte 842 

Pet. 804, Mount Scott 437 

Pet. 816, SauTles Island 149 

Pet.317,Holbraok 478 

Pot.318i, Germautown 228 

Pct.319,8yl-ran 365 

Fct.820,MoimtZion 227 

Pet. 321, Bertha. 485 

Pct.322,RyBn 551 

Pet. 3221 857 

Fct.323,Maplewood 471 

Pet. 324, West Portland 379 

Pct.325, RlTerdlde 382 

Pot. 325i,Kilpatrick Collins 568 

Pot. 328, Brentwood 899 

Pot.326).Keiid8U 850 

Pct.327,Errol Heights 412 

HETBOPOUTAN DISTRTCT (Df 
WAanUOTON). 

attrkt County. 
Vanootrrerdty 12,837 

ADJACENT TERRTTOBT OITTSIDB METBO. 

poLrrAN DisnucT (in obeoon). 
Ctadrnmat County. 

Abemathypct (81 

Damascuspct 864 

Evergreenpct 417 



PORTLAND DISTRICT— Con. 

ADJACENT TEBKITOET— OOh. 

Clackamas Cnuniti — Con. 

Maple Lanepct , 548 

Parkplacepct 658 

Sunnysidopct 440 

Tualatin pet 670 

Multnomah County. 

Fairview town 184 

Greshamtown 1,108 

Pet. 305, Fairview, excl. Faiivlew 

town 428 

Pet.3iM), Rockwood 629 

Pet. 307, Sycamore 362 

Pet. 308, South Gresliam, eicl. 

part of Gresham town 333 

Pet. 300, West Gresliara, and. 

part cfGresham town 89 

Pel. SOUJ, E.^st Cre.slmm, eausl. 

part of Gresham town 194 

Pet. 310, Troutdale, excl. Trout- 
dale town 662 

Troutdale town ISl 

Wanhingtcn County, 

Aloha pet 857 

Beaverton town ^ 

Cedar Mill pet 686 

Connellpet 641 

Ea.st Beavertoii pet., excl. part 

of Beavrrton town 514 

East North Plains pet 561 

Garden Homeiwt 615 

Ilillsborocily 2,468 

Kiritoupet 374 

Monger pet 524 

Mutiny pet US 

North East Hillsboro pet., excl. 

parlofUillsborocity 288 

North Tigard pet 543 

North West Hillsboro pet., excL 

part of llillsborocity 284 

Oreneopct.jexcl. Orenco town... 338 

Oreiieotown 336 

Re<>dvillepct 833 

South East Hillsboro pel., excL 

partof HiUsborocitv 320 

South Tigard pet 880 

Sout h W est HiUsb<.ro pet., exd. 

part of Uill.sborociiy 114 

Tualatin pet., exd. Tualatin 

town 487 

Tualatintown 234 

West Beavertou pel., exd. part 

of Boaverton town 507 

ADJACENT TERRrrOEY OUTSIDB XBTBO* 
POUTAN DISTRICT (IN WA8BIM9IOW}. 

Clarke County. 

Barbertonpct 486 

Camas town 1,843 

East Columbia pet 758 

1-iiiirth Plain pet 741 

Fruit Vallcypct 517 

Ilaniey jx-t 489 

Jaggy pet 379 

Lake Shore pet 513 

Minnehahapct 778 

Preston (let 580 

Proebstelpct 432 

.Salmon ('rei'k ix:t _ 819 

West Columbia pet 588 

PROVIDENCE DISTRICT. 

METROrOUT.VN IHSTRICT. 

Briatol County. 

Baxrlngton town 8,897 

Kent County. 

Warwick town 13,481 

West Warwick town 1.5,461 

Providence County. 

Central Falls dtv 24,174 

Cranston citv 29,407 

t iimlierland town 10,077 

Ea.st Providence town 21,793 

Jc'hnstou town 8,855 

Lincoln town 9,.M3 

North Providence town 7,697 

Pawtiicket citv 64,348 

Providence city 337, 505 

adjacent territory octstob mbtbo- 

puutan pistrltt (in rhode islakd). 

Bristol County. 

Bristol town HiJT* 

Warreii towu 7,»1 

Kent County. 

East (Ireenwidi tomi 3, 290 

Provulence County. 

North Smithfield town 8,200 

Seituatelown 3,606 

Smithtidd town 8,199 

Woonsocketdty 48,496 



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PROVIDENCE DISTBICT-C«jn. 

AMACEHT TIRMTOBT OUT8IDB METBO- 

FOUTAN nisnUCT (Df MASSAaif- 

SXTT8). 

BrUfil Comntg. 

Attleborodty W,781 

North Attleborough town 0,238 

Beetonktown 2,898 

ROCHESTER DISTRICT. 

mTBoroiiiAir Dianact. 

MonntVoim^. 

Brightontown 2,M1 

EaARodiestw village 8,201 

Fairport Ttllaga 4,ffiH 

Ostestovn 1,419 

Oraecetown 8,860 

Irondeqaolttovm 6,128 

Parinton tovn, axel. Fainxiit 
vlllasaand part of East Roches- 

tarvWage 1,205 

Pittstord town, exol. Plitatord 
TiUaeaand part of Bast Bocbes- 

twvlUage 1,353 

PlttslbfdvUlagB 1»*28 

Rochester dty 295,750 

ADJACENT TBBBROBT OUTSDC 
HXTBOrOUTAN DISTBIOr. 

iSmne Countg. 

Chllltown 1,780 

Henrlettatown 1,«10 

HUtonvlUage 827 

Boneoye Fslb Tillage 1,107 

Mendon town, ezcl. Boneoye 

FalbTillage 1,402 

Oeden town, ezd. Spencerport 

Tillage 1,765 

Parma town, exrUBlHon Tillage. 2,098 

PenfleHtown .- 2,087 

Rush town - 2,091 

SoottSTllle village 784 

Spencerport Tillage 926 

Webster town, excl. Webster 

Tillage 2,729 

WebstervUlage 1,247 

Wheatland town,excl. Scottsville 

village 1,292 

ST. LOUIS DISTRICT. 

METBOPOLrrAN IHSTBICT (IN MISSOrRI). 

St. LouU rify. 

The«it7 TA8W 

St. Lmtit County. 

Carondelettwp.4ncl.part of North 
Olendale town, butexcl. part of 
Oleiidale town, and parts of 
Klrkwood and Webster Oroves 

clti» 15,123 

Central twp., incl. part of North 
Glendale town, butexd.Clayt<Mi , 
Maplewood, RiciimoDd Heights, 
tJnlondale, and Unlvetsity 
cities, Shrewsbury town, and 
parts of Olendale town and of 
Kirkwood and Webster Oroves 

dties 28,«8(> 

CIa>tondty 3,028 

Olendaletown 749 

Kirkwoodolty 4,422 

Maplewood dty 7,431 

North Olendale town 0) 

Richmond Heights dty 2,136 

Shrewsbury town 845 

Uniondaledty 1,315 

University dty 6,792 

Webster Groves dty 9,474 

MBTBOPOUTAH DBrTRICT (IN ILLINOIS), 

Ifodfrnm Countg. 

Granite aty.... 14,757 

UadisonTfflage 4,996 

NameoUtown 1,181 

Nameoki twp., exd. NameoU 
town and parts of Granite City 

and Madison Tillage 1,123 

Venice city 3,895 

Venice twp., exd. Venice dty, 
and parts of Granite City and 
Madison Tillage 107 

St. Clair ComUf. 

Brooklyn Tillage 1,685 

Canteen tirp., exd. Fairmont 
City and Wasfaingtan Park Til- 
lages 679 

CenterTllletwp 3,132 

East St. Louis dty 66,767 

Fairmont City Tillage 1,056 

National City Tillage. 426 

Washington Park village 1,516 



ST. LOUIS DISTRICT-Con. 

ADJACENT TKBBrrOBT OUTSIDE XETBO- 
POUTAN DISfTRlCT (IN MBSOl^KI). 

Si. Charlet Onmty. 

Portage Des Sioux twp., exd. 

Portage DesSloox village 1,836 

Portage Des Sioux village 283 

St. LouU CbutKy. 
Bonhomme twp., exd. Fenton 
Tillage, Valley Park dty, and 

part of Kirkwood dty 4,749 

Bridgetontown 121 

Fenton Tillage 146 

Fernisondty 1,874 

St. Ferdinand dty 682 

St. Ferdinand twp., exd. Bridge- 
ton town and Ferguson and St. 

Ferdinand dties 9^624 

Valley Park dty 889 

ADJACENT TEBBrrOBT ODTODE HETBO- 

rOLITAN DISTRICT (IN ILLINOIS). 

Maditon Cmmty. 

Alton dty 24,682 

Bethalto villaga 471 

Choteautwp 818 

East Alton village 1,669 

Wood RlTer twp., exd. East 
Alton and Wood RlTer Tillages 
and pert of Bethalto village. ... 3, 296 

Wood Kiver village 3,476 

Monroe Countj/. 
Columbia pet., exd. Columbia 

vlUage 804 

Columbia village 1,582 

New Hanover i>ot 445 

St. Clttk Cowntt. 

Dupovillage 1,393 

East Cannddet Tillage 311 

Stookey twp 1,069 

Sugar Loaf twp., exd. Dupo and 

East Caronddet villages 1,115 

SAN FRANCISCO— OAKLAND 
DISTRICT. 

UETBOPOLrrAN DISTBICT. 

Alamtda County. 

Alamedadty 28,806 

Albanydty 2,462 

Berkeley aty 56,036 

Eden twp., exd. Hayward town 

and San Leandro city 8,799 

EmeryviUetown 2,390 

Haywardtown 3,487 

Oakland dty 216,261 

Oakland twp., exd. Albany and 
Berkdey cities, Emeryville 
town, and parts of Oaldand and 

Piedmontdties 1,259 

Piedmontdty 4,282 

San Leandro dty 5,703 

Contra Oo$ta Comity. 

ElCeritotown 1,505 

Richmond city 16,843 

Twp. 7, exd. El Cerito town 226 

ifwrin County. 

Belvedere town 

Corte Madera town 

Larkspur town 

Hill Valley town 

Ross town.'. 

San Anselmo town. 

San Rataeldty 

San Rafael twp., excl. Corte Ma- 
dera , Larlupur, Roes, and San 
A nil m towns, and San Rafael 
city 

Sausailtotown 

Sausalito twp., exol. Belvedo^, 
MUi Valley, and Sausalito 
towns 3,045 

San FrandKO County. 
San Frandsoo dty 506,676 

San Motto County. 

Daly City 3,779 

SanBrunodty 1,562 

South San Frandsco dty 4,411 

Twp. 1, excl. Daly City, San 
Bruno, and South San Fran- 
ciscocities 3,821 

ADJACENT TEERITOBT OUTSIDE 
UKTROPOUTAN DISTBICT. 

Contra Cotta County. 

Martlneitown 3,858 

Twp. 1, excl. Martinez town 1,105 

Twp. 3,excI.WalnutCreektown. 1,884 

Twp. 10 2,059 

Walnut Creek town 538 



610 

607 

612 

2,554 

727 

2,476 

6,512 



4,237 
2,790 



SEATTLE DISTBICT. 

HETROPUUTAN DISTBICT. 

King County. 



Avondalepct 37V 

Bellevuo pet 878 

Black River pet 605 

Boddvpet 397 

Bossettpct 185 

Duwamishpct 860 

EarlinKton pet 408 

Enatiepct 1S7 

Endoh-nepct 733 

Foster pet 1,025 

Greenwoodpct 723 

Bailer l.ake pet S92 

HilliJCt 373 

Hollywood pet 288 

Juanitapct 604 

Klrklaiia town 1,364 

LakeCitypct 328 

Lake Forest pet 643 

Lake View pet 92 

Mcdilvrapct 289 

MclCiiiley pet 519 

Maple l^eafpet 871 

Meadow Pointpct 890 

Medina iwt 440 

Mercer pet 630 

Mountain View pet 1,021 

■'North Parkpct 2,286 

Oak Lakepct 1,450 

Richmond iwt 687 

Rivertonpet 1,085 

Rose Hill pet 1,194 

Seahurst Park pet 1,150 

.'eattlecitv 315,312 

Stewart pet 288 

Sunnydaiepct 1,219 

Takwila town 453 

Union pet 1,155 

Woodinville pet 410 

Kilmp County. 

Annapolis pet 783 

Bremerton city 8,918 

Bremerton pet., exd. Bremerton 

city 618 

Eagle Harliorpct 1,187 

Island Center pet 245 

Port Blakely pet 1,384 

Port Madison pet 604 

RoUint! Bay pet 624 

Veterans iwt. Xo, 1.. 298 

Veterans pet. No. 2 401 



Smiiomish County. 



Curriepct 

Edmonds dty.. 
Ridimond pet . 



244 
936 
212 



AtlJACENT TERBITOBT OUTSIDE 
METROPOUTAN DISTBICT. 

Kivf County. 

Bothell pet. Xo. 1, excl. part of 
Bothel 1 town 

Bothell pet. No. 2, excl. part oit 
Botliell town 

Bothell town 

Burton i)ct 

Cedar Moimtainpet 

Cedar River pet J 

Christopher pet 

Coal Field pet 

Cove pet 

Des .Moinejj |>ct 

Docktoiipet 

Dolpliui i>et 

Elliott pet 

Hazlewood |)et 

Hi(;hland pet 

Houghton pet 

Inclewood pet 

Island pet 

Kennydalepet 

Kent city 

Lisabueiapct 

.Maury ]>ct 

Meeker pet... 

Monohon pot 

Newcastle ix-t 

Newport pet 

■Orillia pet 

Quart ermast er pet 

Redmond [wt., excL Redmoi^ 
town 

Re<lmond town 

Ren ton city 

SpriTi^'hrook pet 

-Squak pet 

Star Lakepet 

Suise Creek pet 

Swan I>ake pet 

Vashon pet 

WUburtonpct 



123 

260 
613 
421 
209 
647 
822 
264 
387 
751 
388 
176 
139 
123 
168 
327 
204 
68 
646 
2,282 
201 
275 
872 
332 
894 
107 
544 
361 

734 
438 
3,801 
464 
160 
158 



524 



SEATTLE DISTRICT— G(U. 

AIMACENT TEBBITOBT— «oa. 

Kittap County. 

Colbypct 497 

Pragarlapct 230 

Barperpot 424 

Kingston pot IMO 

LongI«kepct 200 

Manettepct 688 

Olallapct 433 

Suquamishpet 617 

TaeyUmpA 4iS 

Watermanpot 139 



Snofiomkk County. 



Ailenpct , 

Bear Creek pet... 
Cedar Valley pot. 
Femwoodpet 



TOLEDO DISTBICT. 
HEtBOroUTAN mSTHCI. 



368 

m 

789 
475 



Adams twp. 
evflli 



Luea* County. 

4,735 

Maameevfllage 8,115 

Toledodty 243,164 

Washington twp 8,440 

Wooi CoaMy. 
Rosstwp 4,183 

ADJACENT TEBBTEOBT OtTTSIDE HETBO- 
POUTAN DISTBICT (IN OHIO). 

Ijueat County. 

lenisalemtwp 1,297 

Monclovatwp 991 

Oiegontwp 8,500 

Springfield twp 1,415 

Sylvania twp., exd. Sylvanla 

village 1,919 

Sylvaniaviilage 1,222 

waterviile village 779 

Ouatra Coumty. 

Alien twp 1,696 

Clay twp., exd. Genoa village 1,067 

Oenoaviilage 971 

Wood County. 

Baskins village 427 

Lake twp., excl. MiUbury and 

Walbridge villages 1,122 

Mlddleton twp., exd. Hasklas 

village 1,299 

MUibury village 232 

Perrysburg twp., exd. Perrys- 

burgvillage 2,275 

Perrysburg village 2,429 

Troytwp 1,660 

Waforidge village 584 

ADJACENT TEBRTTOBY Oi;T8n>E HETBO- 
POUTAN DI3THICT (IN MIcaiGAN). 

Monroe County. 

Bedfordtwp 2,689 

ErJetwp 1,228 

Whitefordtwp 1,741 

WASaiNOTON DISTRICT. 

KBTBOFOUTAN DISTBICT (DBTBICT OP 
COLUMBIA). 

WttOingtoncity. 
The dty 437,571 

■ETBOPOLITAN DISTBICT (IN MARYLAND). 

Monlnomrry County. 
Dist. 7, Bethesda.excl. Glen Echo 
and Somerset towns. North- 
west Park village and part of 

Garrett Park town 4,221 

Dist. 13, Wheaton,excl. Kensing- 
ton town and part of Takoma 

Parktown 4,110 

OlenEchotown 236 

Kensington town 874 

Northwest Park village 50 

Somersettown 200 

Takoma Park town (pt. of) 2,8*5 

Prince Oearga County. 

Bladensburg town 597 

Capitol Hoiriits town 1,194 

Dist. 2, Bladensburg, exd. 

Bladensburg town 1,476 

Dist. 6, Spalding 2,557 

Dist. 12. Oxon Hill 1,528 

Dist. 13, Kent 1,686 

Dist. 16, Hyattsvtlle, excL 

Hyattsvine town SOS 

Dist. 17, Chlllum, excl. Mount 
Rainier town and part of 

Takoma Park town 2,383 

Dist. 18, Seat Pleasant, exd. 
Capitol Heights town 3,470 



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WASHINGTON DISTRICT-Con. 

MnsorouxAx distkict— coo. 

Prince Otorga Oonntt—Caa. 

' DM. 19, RiTtnWe l,80t 

BysttSTilletown 3,«75 

liomit Rainier town 3,468 

Takioma Park town (pt.(rf) S23 

xnsoroLiTAN nsTsict (ih tiboihu)- 
Aknniriaelti. 

nwdty.. 18,060 

ArUngtm OauiUf. 

Arlingtondist 8,547 

Jefferson disL, exd. Potomac 

town 2,6«8 

Potomactown i.ooo 



WASHINGTON DISTRICT— Con. 

lOTBOPoiJiAX DnTBun— oon 

A rlintum Qmntlh-Ccia. 

Washington dlst., exd. port of 
Falls Cburch town. 3,S3A 

UUACnT TKBUTOBT OUISDI Mmo- 
rOUT^H DQIBICr (IN HABTULND). 
Manttomof Ctnntj. 
Dist. 4, Rockrllle, ezcl. Rock- 
ville town and part of Garrett 

Pailctown a,189 

DistS.CoIfflTlUe 2,301 

Dlst. 10, Potomac 1,125 

Garrett Park town IM 

RockTiHetown 1,144 



OrriES OF 100,000 to 200,000 mHABITAIfTS AND 
THBIK AOJAOENT TSKBJTOBT. 

Table 41 shows, for 1920 and 1910, for eadi city 
having from 100,000 to 200,000 inhabitants, the popu- 
lation within the city proper, the population in other 
ciyil divisions all or more than half of which — either 
in area or in population — ^lie within 10 miles of the 
city boundaries, and the combined population of the 
city and such adjacent territory. In five cases cities 
of 100,000 to 200,000 do not appear in this table 
because they form parts of metropolitan districts. 
These dties are Paterson, N. J., and Yonkers, N. Y., 
which form part of the New York district; Cambridge, 
Mass., which is included in the Boston district; Cam- 
den, N. J., which forms part of the Philadelphia dis- 
trict; and Kansas City, Eans., which is included in the 
Kansas City district. (See Table 40.) Moreover, in 
three cases there are one or more cities within the 
adjacent territory which approximate in population 
the central city itself. In such cases the names of the 
smaller cities are inserted in parentheses immediately 
below those of the central cities from whose boundaries 
the distances are determined. 

For reasons already stated, it should not be consid- 
ered that the total population shown by Table 41 is 
strictly urban in character, or that the figures afford 
an accurate comparison of the relative importance of 
the several cities as centers of urban population. They 
do, however, indicate the relative importance approxi- 
mately. The area of the adjacent territory outside 



WASHINGTON DISTRICT-Con. 
ANACSm TBBBITOBT— con. 

PrtnctOtoriu CtoinKy. 

Bowietown 677 

Dist. 1, Vansvllle 3,203 

Dlst. 3, Marlboro, ezcL Upper 

Ifartborotown 1,109 

Dbt S, Pi8cataws7,ezcL Piscat- 

awBTvlllage 1,810 

Dist. 7, Qoeen Anne 1,790 

Dist.9,BvBratt». 1,11! 

DistI4,Bowle,exd.Bowletown. 1,760 

Dist.U,lf«lhroaa 1,456 

PiscataWB7 vlilan 38 

Upper Miitboro town. 18$ 



WASHmOTON DISTRICT-Con, 
tniinnrt nasnoBT otnsnx unto. 

POUTAN MSraiCT (IN vmoDnA). 
ArUuflon OBmtf. 

Falls CSiordi town (pt.oO 389 

Air/hi CSMUMy. 

Fairfax town S16 

Falls Church dist., excl. part oT 

Falls Church town 2,407 

Faas Church town (pt. of) 1,870 

Mount Voraon dist 3,836 

Providence dist., cxcl. Falrftjt 
and Vienna towns, and part ot 

Falls Church town 4,875 

Viennatown 773 



the central cities represents 95.3 per cent of the 
entire area of the districts, while its population 
in 1920 constituted 38.1 per cent of the entire popula- 
tion of the districts. 

It is noteworthy that, whereas the population of 
the suburban districts of the metropoUtan areas 
shown in Table 40 increased at a considerably greater 
rate during the decade than did the population of the 
central cities themselves, the reverse is true of the 
cities and adjacent areas shown in Table 41; in fact, 
the average rate of increase in the adjacent areas was 
less than two-thirds as great as in the central dties. 

The fact that the population of the adjacent terri- 
tory is larger relatively to that of the central cities 
covered by Table 41 than it is in the case of the 
larger cities shown in Table 40 should not be misun- 
derstood. This does not imply that the smaller cities 
have relatively more important suburbs than the 
laiger. It is due to two causes, namely, (1) that the 
smaller the size of the dty the greater is the propor- 
tion which the adjacent area forms of the total; 
(2) that in Table 41 a number of d^ee are included, 
prindpally in New York state and in New England, 
in whose adjacent territory there are other cities of 
laige size which can not in any true sense be consid- 
ered suburbs. For example, Troy and Sohffliectady 
can not be considered as suburbs of Albany, but these 
three cities combined, together with other adjacent 
territory, constitute what may in a sense be regarded 
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n POPULATION. 

Tabm 41.~ARBA and POPULATION OF CENTRAL CITY AND OF ADJACENT TERRITORY, FOR CITIES OP 100,000 

TO 200,000 INHABITANTS: 1920 AND 1910. 

(PtopnlatioD abown for o«atral cities for eeeh oensus year does not inolude that of annezatknu made subMqiMntljr to census date, bat total population given for etdl 

district for 1020 and ItlO relates to same area.] 



Area In 
acres: 
1920 



POPVumoH. 



19M 



1910 



Per 
cent 
of In- 
crease:! 
1910- 
1920 



Area in 
acres: 
19M 



POPUti^IION. 



1919 



1910 



Per 
cent 
ofln- 
crraaef 
1910- 
1910 



Total for Mdlttrleti 

Totalis central cities . 
Total outside central cities 

MSANT. 

(Indoding Troy and Schenectady.) 

Total in city and outside.... 

InAUanjr;... 

OntsldeAlbany 

BmuiKaHAif. 

Totdindty and outside 

In city proper. 

Outsiaeclty proper 

BWDOKPORT. 

Totalis dty and outside 

In olty proper 

Ontsiaecity proper 

DALLAS. 

Total In dty and outside 

lit dty proper ; 

Outside dty proper 

DATTON. 

Total tn dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outside dfy proper 

ras KOINES. 

Total In dty and outside. 

In dty proper 

Ootaiae dty proper 

VAIL BiyBR.raW BSpyOBD. 

Total in dtles and outside 

In Fall River.. , 

In New Bedford 

Outs ide F all River and Mew 
Bedford « 

lOBT WORTH. 

Total in dty and outside 

In dty proper... 

Outside dty proper 

OSAND aAPIDS. 

Total In dty and outside. 

■ In dty proper 

Ootaiae dty proper 

HABTIOSD. 

Total In dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outside dty proper 

HOUSTON. 

Total In dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outside dty pnqter. 

Loynu.. 
(Indudlng Lawrence.) 

Total In dty and outside 

In Lowdl 

Ontside Lowell 

IIXKFI 

Total in dty and outside. 

In dty proper. 

Ootsiae dty proper. . 

NA8HVnj.B. 

Total in dty and outside. 

In dty proper 

Outslda dty proper.. 



10,<l97,»a4 

409,903.0 
9,627,389.3 



(,6»8,4U 

4,143,265 
3,S55,1S3 



3, 166,314 
2,147,416 



Ml 



30.9 
10.0 



418,195.2 

11,924.1 

406,37L1 



399,443.2 
31,3«.6 
368,086.6 



191,13a0 

9,S7aO 

I81,7«a0 



123,725.0 

M,«06.0 

100,120.0 



347,547.0 

10,107.0 

83^44a0 



435,099.2 
33,507.2 
401,472.0 



416,4010 
21,723.0 
12,206.0 

382.475.0 



299,280.0 

10,553.4 

288,72610 



315, sea 

11,211.0 
804,140.0 



320,067.8 

10,162.9 

309,894.4 



497,504.0 
28,338.0 
474,160.0 



365,106.0 

8,308.0 

3S«,80aO 



454,088.0 

14,994.0 

439,1010 



347,7318 

11,5410 

336, 18a 8 



382,959 
113,344 
209,615 



290,884 
178,808 
112,078 



190,043 

143,555 

46,488 



184,515 
168,970 
2(^639 



210,177 
1^559 
5^618 



154,231 
126,468 
27^763 



333,130 
120,485 
121,217 

01,428 



136,691 
106,482 
30,209 



171,204 
137,634 
3I>,670 



300,428 
138,036 
162,387 



168,351 
138,276 
30,075 



3U,206 
112,750 
200,447 



214,160 
102,351 
51,818 



169,194 
118,342 
90,852 



357,467 
100,213 
257,214 



208,066 
193,085 
75,381 



132,554 
102,064 
30,500 



112,008 
92,104 
19,904 



168,646 
116,677 
47,009 



111,584 
86,368 
25^216 



296,935 
119,295 
96,652 

80,988 



98,699 
73,312 
90,387 



145,033 
112,571 
33,061 



336,024 
98,915 
126,109 



103,584 
78,800 
24,784 



283,741 
106,294 
177,447 



181,143 
131, 105 
50,088 



150,002 
110,364 
40,538 



7.1 
18.1 

18 



39.8 
318 
4&7 



43.4 
«li.7 
52.4 



617 
72,0 
28.3 



28.4 
3a9 
22.4 



38.2 
4a4 

lai 



122 

1.0 

25.4 

12 9 



45.9 
4Sl2 
4a3 



17.6 

23.3 

1.5 



33.5 

28.8 



62.6 
75.5 
21.3 



ia4 

6.1 
13.0 



ia2 

23.8 
3.6 



13.1 

7.2 

25.4 



NTW HAVEN. 

Total in dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outside dly proper 

NORFOLK. 

(Indnding Portsmootb and New- 
port News.) 

Total in dty and outside 

. InNorfcJk 

Ontside Norfblk 

OHAHA. . 

Total in dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outside dty proper 

RBADINQ. 

Tot^ in dty and ontside 

ui dty proper 

Outsiae dty proper 

BicaitotiD, 

TotdlA city and outside 

In dty proper 

Outside dty pitiper 

BALI LAKE OTS. 

Total in dty and ontsido 

In dty proper 

Outside dty proper 

SAM ANTomo. 

Total in dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outsiae dty proper... 

aCBAmvN. 

Totalln city and outside 

In dty proper 

Ontside dty proper 

SPOKANE. 

Total in dty and oottlde 

In dty proper 

Ontslqe city proper 

snUNGTOLD, MASS. 

Total in dtyand outside 

In dty proper 

Outside dty prcqper 

8IBACVSE. 

Total in dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Ontsiae dty proper 

TBINTON. 

Total In dty and outside 

in dty proper 

Ontside dty proper 

WILMINQTON. 

Total in dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outsiae dty proper 

WOBCISTIB. 

Total in dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outsiae dty proper 

TOUNOSTOWN. 

Total in dty and outside 

In dty proper 

Outsiae dty proper 



229,696.0 

ll,46a0 

218,23&0 



209,689.6 

4,7n.8 

264,917.8 



373,330.0 
38,0310 
340,606.0 



314,103.6 

0,08a 7 

308,012.8 



i6|mo 

380,8610 



437,5010 
32,7010 
404,8000 



370,386.1 
22.8Ba5 
356,606.6 



331,446.5 

12 391.7 

319,0818 



405,60QlO 
24.819.0 
380,781.0 



392,008.0 

20.46La 

371,552.0 



325,401.6 

11,782.0 

313,619.6 



233,386.0 

4,4900 

228,806.0 



243,406.7 

1495.1 

239,00Le 



398,053.6 
23,73L0 
375,222.6 



436,446.0 

15,908.0 

420,5410 



264,829 
162,637 
102,292 



303,278 
115.777 
187,501 



191, <01 

58,398 



160,655 
107,784 
61,871 



34,140 



150,066 

lis, no 

31,910 



39,781 



3«,793 
137783 
210,010 



127.402 
101437 
23,065 



332,762 
129,614 
303,148 



227,562 

171, --n 

55,845 



181,197 
119,289 
61,908 



171,708 
110,168 
61,636 



288,551 
179,754 
88,797 



287,387 
132,358 
156,029 



133,606 
78,085 



206,445 
67,462 
137,918 



207 829 

124,086 

83,733 



1«,960 

6^889 



41,226 



2^136 



101^862 
96,614 
13,238 



314,008 
120,867 
186,131 



134,838 
104;4a3 
30,436 



258.092 
m.93B 
169,166 



185,327 
137,249 
48,078 



1^,297 
96,815 
46,482 



134,904 
87,411 
47,483 



228,271 
146,986 
82,285 



179,535 
79,066 
100.480 



35.1 
21.7 
31.1 



47.0 



2a3 

814 

-303 



ia3 

6.0 



21.9 

315 

-17.3 



26.2 
27.3 



710 
«7.0 
125.0 



18.4 



2.1 
US 



2eL9 
4&S 
2ai 



2218 
35.1 
16.2 



26.4 
23.2 
33.2 



27.3 
26.0 
30.0 



7.9 



601 
67.4 
6ia 



> A minus sign (— ) denotes decrease. 



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T8 



OIVII. DIVI8IONB OOHPSISBB WTIHIXr ADTACBKT TBBBnXAT OF BACK OSSPr&AX. CTTZ. 



ALBANY DISTRICT. 

CBMTBU. OTT AND ADIACENT TEBKnOBT. 

Albonyclty 113,344 

Altamont village 7»7 

Betblehem toiro 4,430 

Coaymans town, axel. BavMia 

vfllag* 2.0M 

Coboesdty M,»87 

Cokmietowii 10,198 

OrMnldandviUaga. 4,411 

Oidldarland town, ezd. Alta- 

mont Tillage. 2,32D 

New Scotland town, ezd. Voor- 

beesTtUe village 1,866 

BavenavlUage. 3,0(3 

VoorbeesTfllevlIUge 614 

WatervUetdty 16,078 

Rmt$elaer Oountf. 

Branswlck town 2,812 

Castleton vlUase 1,MS 

Bast Oreenbush town 1,658 

North Oreenbush town 1,408 

PoestenkiUtown 1,002 

Rensselaerdty 10,823 

Sandlaketown 1,916 

8d)cdacfc town, ezd. Castleton 

vfllage 2,397 

Troydty 72,013 

SaratoQa Cntn(|r. 

Clifton Park town 1,983 

Watatfocd town, ezd. WaterfOrd 

village 1,916 

Waterford vilU«e 2,687 

Sdtenedadr OnuUn. 

Niskayana town 3,140 

Rotterdam town 7,863 

fldieneotady olty. 88,723 

BIRUINOHAM DISTRICT. 

iJBHTBAL OTT AND AIVACBNT TEBIUTOBT. 

Jefftrmn CoutUt. 

Bessemer city .'... 18,674 

Binninghamcity 178,806 

Boylesibwn 1,384 

BrQ^tondty 3,666 

Brooksidetown 866 

Oaidlfltown 463 

Fairfldddty 8,003 

Grays ville town 0) 

Tngfenook town 1,600 

IroDdaletown 800 

Leedstown 1,600 

Upscombtown 1,606 

Ptakney City town («) 

Pet. 2, ezd. part o( Bessemer dty 5, 177 

Pct.7 8,104 

Pct.8 1,977 

Pet. 9, ezd. part o{ Birmingham 

city! 7,688 

Pet. 10, «xd. part of Blmiinghani 

city 1,173 

Pet. 11, ezd. Boyles and Tarrant 

City towns 2,052 

Pet. 12, ezd. Leeds town 645 

Pet. 13 1,561 

Pet. 18 1,812 

Pet. 18, exd. Brookslde and Car- 

difltowns 1,583 

Pct.20, excl.Irondaletown 2,372 

Pct.22 1,647 

Pet.a4 660 

Pct.26 2,042 

Pet. 29, Ind. Sandusky town, but 

exd.partoIBirminghamdty.. 1,938 

Pet. 30 3,198 

Pet.31 1,017 

Pet. 33, exd. Lipscomb town and 

part of Bessemer city 2,962 

Pet. 34, ezd. part of Birmingham 

olty 108 

Pet. 36, axcL part of Birmingham 

city 248 

Pet. 38, ind. OraysviUe and 

Finlniey City towns 1,661 

Pet. 39 3,153 

Pet. 40 1,070 

Pot. 41 1,200 

Pet. 42, exd. part of Birmingham 

city 2,502 

Pet. 44 1,016 

Pet. 45, exd. part d Birmingham 

dty 3,194 

Pet. 47 2,288 

Pet, 49 1 

Pel. 82, ezd. part of Birmio^nm V 1 6, 883 

dty I 

Pot. 60....... 3,292 

Pet. 61 1,229 

Pet. 64, excl. Inglenook town and 

part of Birmingham dty 259 

Pet. 65, lizel. Bri^toadty 1,910 

Saodiisky town (■) 



BIEMINQHAM DISTRICT-CoD. 
CIMTBAL CriT, ETC.— con. 

Jeferum Onuiuy— Con. 

Tarrant City town 734 

SheOt CoraUt. 

Pet. 12, Acton 1,076 

Pet. 13, Bdd Springs 282 

BRIDaSPOBT DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL CITT AND ADJACENT TEBBTrOBT. 

Fairfield Countf. 

Bridgeport dty 143,565 

Eastontown 1,017 

Falrflddtown 11,475 

Monroetown 1,161 

Reddlngtown 1,315 

Shdtondty 9,478 

Stratford town 13,347 

TrmnbuDtown 2,507 

Westontown 703 

Westporttown 5,114 

Wiltontown 1,284 

DALLAS DISTRICT. 

CINTBAL cAt and ADJACENT TESBrlOBT. 



Cement dt; 



i>aOu ClMin^f. 



dty 878 

Cookrell Hill town 469 

Dallasdty 168,976 

Dalworth Park town. -. 333 

Grand Prairie town 1,263 

Highland Park dty. 2,321 

Just. Pet. 1, excl. Hidiland Park 

dty and part of Dallas dty 6,312 

Just. Pct.4,ezd.Ueeqiiltetown. 6,19( 
Just. Pet. 7,exd. Cementdty. and 

CJockieU HIU, Dalworth Park. 

and Grand Prairie towns, and 

part of Dallas dty 8,178 

Hesqultotown 674 

DATTON DISTRICT. 

CKNTBAL OTT AND ADJACENT TEBBITOST. 

Orcene Ctamfir. 
Bath twp.,exd. Falifleld and 0». 

bomvilhgeB 1,738 

Beaver Creek twp. 3,239 

Beilbrook village 186 

FaMeU village 329 

Osljomvillage 1,069 

Snnr Creole twp., ezd. Beilbrook 

village 907 

Jfinmi Cbwrtir. 
Bethel twp 1,570 

MoTiifomer]/ CautUt. 
Butler twp.,ezeL Vandalia vil- 
lage 2,212 

Cenlerville Tillage 335 

Dayton dty 152,559 

Englewood villue 351 

Farmersvllle vUbge 479 

Barrisontwp 7,880 

Jackson twp., exct. Farmersville 
Tillage and pertof New Lebanon 

Tillage 1,834 

}eflersontwp 6,401 

MadRlvertwp 3,283 

Madison twp.,excL Trotwood vU- 



Uiami twp.,exd. Hlamisburg and 

West Carrollton Tillages. 2,786 

Miamisburg villaee 4,383 

New Lebanon Tillage 273 

Oakwood Tillage 1,473 

Perry twp.,exd. part of New Le- 
banon village 2,235 

Randolph twp., exd. Englewood 

Tillage 2,564 

Trotwood Tillage 422 

Van Buren twp., excl. Oakwood 

Titlago 5,740 

Vandalia Tillage 257 

Washington twp., excl. Center- 

Tille Tillage 1,230 

Wavnotwp 949 

West Carrollton Tillage 1,430 

DES MOINES DISTRICT. 

CENTEAL OTT AND ADJACENT TEBRrTORT. 

DoOu Cbunfir. 

Boonetwp 735 

Orangertown 324 

Grant twp., exd. Granger town. . 650 

Walnut twp., exd.Waukee town. 634 

Waukeetown. 375 

Polk Coun/jr. 

Allen twp 452 

Altoonatown 802 

Ankenytown 648 

Beaver twp., exd. MitcbellTiUe 

town....... 800 



DES MOINES DISTRICT-Con. 
CENTBAI, OTT, ETC.— COn. 

Pott Cranfy— Con. 
BloomAeld twp., ezd. Fort Des 

Moinestown 2,284 

Bondurant town 274 

Camp twp., exd. RunnsUs town . 995 

Clay twp., exd. Altoona town .. 597 

CaoTer Hill town 469 

Crockertwp.,«ad. Ankenytown. 1,388 

Delawaretwp 900 

DesMoinesdty 126,468 

Douglas twp., excl. part of B<n- 

duranttown , 968 

Port Dos Mdnes town 1,020 

FourMlletwp 608 

Franklin twp., exd. part of Bon- 

duranttown _ 668 

Grimeatown 524 

Jefferson twp . , exc. part of Grimes 

town. 2,062 

MitchdiTiUetown 7.12 

RunncUstown 369 

Savior twp 1,482 

Vrbandaletown 298 

Wahiut twp., ezd. CloTer Bill 

town 837 

Webster twp., exd.Urbandale 

town, and part of Grimes town. 978 

Warrm CotaUf. 

Allen twp., exd. Carlisle town ... 437 

CarlLiletown 640 

Greenfldd twp., exd. Spring HIU 

town 853 

HartfOrdtown 21S 

Linn twp. , excl. NorwaUc town. . 819 

Norwalktown 331 

Palmyratwp 540 

Richland twp., ezd. Hartford 

town 543 

Spring Hill town.... 480 

FALL RIVER-NEW BEDFORD 
DISTRICT. 

CENTKAL CrriES AND ADJACENT TBBBI- 
TOBT (IN MASSACHUSETTS). 

BrtHol Cttuntf. 

Acustmettown 3,075 

Berkleytown 93S 

Dartmouth town 6,493 

Oightontown 1, 2,574 

Fau-haTen town 7,291 

FallRlTerdty 120fc485 

Freetowntown 1,532 

New Bedford city 121,217 

Rehobothtown 2,065 

Somersettown 3,520 

Swanseatown %334 

Taunton dty 37,137 

Westporttown 3,118 

PlfTnouih County. 

LakeTille town 1,419 

Mariontown 1,288 

Mattapoisatt town 1,377 

Mlddlebotough town 8,453 

Rochester town 1,047 

CENTBAL CITIES AND ADJACENT TEBBI- 
TOBT (IN BHODE ISLAND), 

IfetrpoTt County. 

Little Ck>mpton town 1,389 

Portsmouth town 2,566 

Tlvertontown 3,894 

FORT WORTH DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL Crrr and adjacent TEEBrrOBT. 

TamnU Countf. 

Fort Worth dtv 106,482 

Just. Pet. 1, exc] . Fort Worth city 
and NUes City and Polytechnic 

towns 18,208 

Just. Pet. 4 3,901 

Just.Pct.6 960 

Just. Pct.7 2,066 

NUasCitytown 716 

Polytechnic town 4,338 

GRAND RAPIDS DISTRICT. 

CENTBAL CTTT AND ADJACENT TEBRrrOBT. 

Kmt Countj. 

Ada twp 1,048 

Algoma twp., exd. part of Rock- 

lordTiUage 1,043 

Alpine twp 1,363 

Byron twp 2,202 

Cannontwp 837 

Cascadetwp 1,035 

East Grand Rapids Tillage 1,310 

Oainestwp Ir243 

Grand Rapids City 137,634 



GRAND RAPIDS DISTRICT-Con. 

CENTBAL cm, ETC— Oon. 

Kan Qmntt-Coa. 
Grand Rapids twp., exd. Bast 

Grand Rapids TilUge 3,050 

Orandville village 799 

Paris twp 2,086 

Plainfldd twp., axd.partof Rock- 
ford Tillage 1,811 

Bockford ^-Ulage 1,143 

Walker twp 2,883 

Wyoming ^wp., exd. Qrandvilla 

village 5,702 

OUava QmtUf. 

Georgetowntwp 2,386 

Tallmadgetwp 1,226 

Wright twp i;474 

HARTFORD DISTRICT. 

cxNTBAL crrr and adjacent tebbitobt. 

Bartfort Comity. 

ATontown 1 534 

Berlintown 4,298 

Bioomflddtown 2,394 

Bast Granby town 1,066 

East Hartford town. 11,648 

East Windsor town 3,741 

Farmingtan boroti^ 1021 

Farmtngtoo town, excl. Farmlnz- 

tonborough 2,823 

GlastoDbury town 8,692 

Hartfcrddtr 138,088 

Manchester town 18,370 

New nritalnclty 80,816 

NewinRlon town 2,381 

Plainville town 4,114 

Rocky Hilltown 1,633 

Slmsbury tomi 2,968 

South Windsor town. 2,142 

West Hartford ton-n 8,854 

Wcthorsfield town 4,342 

Windsortown 5,620 

Windsor Looks town 3,654 

UUiUttx Qnmty. 

Cromwell town..... 2,484 

Portlandtown 8,644 

ToOond Camty. 

RockTilledty 7,726 

Vernon town, excLRockrilie dty. 1,172 

HOUSTON DI8TRK3T. 

CENTBAL crrr and adjacent tebbitobt. 

HanU Oamty. 

Harrisborgtown 1,461 

Boustonclty 138,276 

Independenee Heights town 715 

Just. Pet. l.excl. Houston dty and 

Independence Belgbts town. . . 13, 661 
Just. Pet. 2, excl. Harrlsburi, La 
Porte, Magnolia Park, and Park 

Placetowns. 6,305 

Jnst. Pot.8 3,534 

LaPortetown 880 

Magnolia Park town 4,080 

PwkPIacetown 430 

LOWELL DISTRICT. 

CENTBAL CITT AND ADJACENT TEBBITOBT 

(lit MAasAcacraTn). 
Baa OoDiinty. 

Andovertown 8,268 

lAwrenoedty 94,270 

Methuendty 15,189 

North AndoTer town 6,265 

iBidlaa Oounly. 

Actontown 2,162 

Bedfordtown 1,362 

Billerieatown 3,646 

Borlington town 885 

Carlisle town. 463 

Chelraslbrd town 5,682 

Conocrd town. 6,461 

Draciittown 6,280 

Dumtablotown 353 

Grotontown 3,185 

Uttletontown 1,277 

Lowelldty 112,789 

Nvth Readhigtown 1,286 

Tewksbury town 4,450 

Tyngsboroueh town 1,044 

WMffordtown 3,170 

Wilmington town 2,581 

CENTRAL OTT AND ADJACENT TESRinHtr 
(IN NEW HAMPSHIKE). 

BilMoroush County. 

Hudsontown 1,954 

Nashua dty 38,370 

Pelhamtown 974 

Rocldngham County. 

Salemtown 2,318 

Windham town 54? 



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CENTBAL CITT AND AWACKNT TESBTTOBT 

(IN nmixasn). 
Shilbt Oornitf. 

Bartlett town 271 

Ctv. Dlst. 4, exol. part of Memphis 

dty. '9,388 

Civ. iHst. d, excl. part of Mempbls 

dty. 2,797 

CIT. IHst. 7, excl. part of Memphis 

«ity. 7,o« 

CtT.IHst.8 «,9M 

Civ. Dist. 9, excl. Bartlett and Ra- 

leiiditowns 7,385 

avTblst. 10 6,740 

Memphlsclty 142,351 

Ral^tovn 287 

CENTRAL Cirr AKO ADJACENT TESBTTOBT 

(IN ARKANSAS). 

CrtUmden Cbuntj. 

Edmonson town 325 

Jaspertwp 2,587 

Hisstetppitwp 13« 

Mound dty twp 1,011 

Proctor twp., excl. Edmonson 

town 3,236 

CENTBAL crrr and adjacent tebbttobt 

(IN xississiTn). 

DeSoto Counlj/. 

Beat 2, excl. Pleasant mn village. 4»M1 

Pleasant Hill village 190 

NASHVILLE DISTBICT. 

CENTBAL crrr and adjacent iebbitobt. 

DavUnn 'Qmntf. 

CIv.DlSt.2 8,187 

Clv.Dist.3 2,899 

Civ. Dist.4 3,554 

Clv.Dist.5 1,637 

Civ.I>ist.e 7,288 

Civ. Dtet.7 4,946 

Civ.DiSt.8 7,524 

av. Dist.9 1,600 

Civ.Dist.lO 3,072 

Clv.DiSt.ll 5^874 

Civ.Dlst.l2 8,648 

Civ. Dist.lS 2,285 

Civ. Dist.l4 2,181 

NashviUedty 118, 8C 

WaUamtm Countf. 

aT.Dist.7 500 

Clv.DUt.l6 879 

NEW HAVEN DISTRICT. 

CENTBAL OTT AND ADJACENT TEBBTTOBT. 

.Yew Amen Oountt. 

Ansoniadty 17,643 

Beacon Falls town 1,893 

Bethanytown 411 

Bianfora boroogh 2,619 

Brantord town, excl. Branfocd 

borough 4,006 

Derbydty 11,288 

EastHaventown 3,520 

Oullford borough 1,612 

Ouilford town, excl. QuiUord 

boroi;gh 1,191 

Hamdentown ^611 

MiUord town, excl. Woodmont 

borough 9,973 

NewHavondty 162,537 

North Branfwd town 1,110 

North Haven town 1,968 

Orangetown 16,614 

Seymourtown 6,781 

WalUngford boroo^ 9,648 

WalUngford town, exd. Walling- 

(ordborough 2,362 

Woodbridgetown 1,170 

Woodmont borough 220 

NORFOLK DISTRICT. 

CENTBAL OTT AND ADJACENT TEBBTTOBT. 

EUtabelh CUf CdUfUf. 
Chesapeake dlst., exd. Phoebus 

town «y997 

Hamptondty 6,138 

Kecoughton town 1,196 

Phoebustown 3,043 

Wythe dlst., exd. Kecoughton 

town 7,878 

Naiuemmd Ootuitf. 

Sleepy Hdedist 3,401 

Newjxnt Nmi ettf. 

The dty 35,596 

Norfolk city. 

The dty 11^777 

Korfolk Countf. 

Deep Creek dist 6,938 

South NMtolk town 7,724 



CENTBAL CITT, ETC.— COn. 

Xorfolk Countf— Coo. 

Tanners Creek dlst 24,331 

Washington dlst., exd. South 

Noriofttown 8,686 

Western Branch dist 4,727 

Portsmouth dtp. 

The dty 84,387 

Prhtaea Amu Cou/Ug. 

Kempsvllledlst 5,053 

Wttmkk County. 

Denbighdist. 1,228 

Newportdist 7,047 

York County. 

Poquosondlst 3,144 

OMAHA DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL crrr and ADJACENT TERRITORY 
(IN NEBBASKA). 

DouyUu CtHiniy. 

Bennington village 314 

Bensonpet 1,145 

Douglas pet., excl. Ralston village 2,351 

Dundeepct 439 

EastOmahapct 380 

Florencepct 645 

Jefferson pet., exd. Bennington 

village 627 

McAidlepct 771 

Millanlpot.,excl.Mlllaid village. 513 

MUIard village 300 

Omahadty 191,601 

Ralsttm viUage 455 

Cnionpct 986 

Sarpy Cmrity. 
Bellcvue pet., exd. Bellevue vil- 
lage 769 

Bellevue villag». 885 

Fniniewpct 450 

Gilmorepet 1,095 

HiRhlandpot 1,262 

Hobolsland 63 

La Platlepct 387 

P&pillion i^t., exd. PapUllon 

Tillage 624 

P&pillion village 666 

Richland pet 494 

Wiaihington Coiunty. 
Fort Calhoun twp., exd. Fort 

Calhoun viUage 1,002 

Fort Calhoun vQlage 309 

CENTRAL OTT AND ADJACENT IEBBITOBT 
(IN IOWA). 

MUU County. 

St.Marytwp 141 

Pottavxittamit County. 

Council Bluffs dty 36,162 

Crescenttwp 752 

Gamer twp 1, 415 

Hazel Delftwp 904 

Kane twp., exd. Coundl Bluffs 

dty 225 

Lewistwp 1,265 

Rockfordtwp 8« 

READING DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL OTT JlND ADJACENT TERBITOBT. 

Btrit* County. 

ALsacetwp .'. 756 

Amity twp 1,315 

Bern twp 1,110 

Bemvllle borough '. 302 

Birdsboro borough 3,299 

Brecknock fwp 782 

Centretwp 1,245 

Ontreport borough 134 

Cumnitwp 3,137 

Earl twp 829 

Exeter twp 2,847 

Fleetwood borough 1,652 

Hddelbergtwp 800 

Lower Alsace twp 1,156 

Lower Heldelbetg twp 919 

Maldencreek twp 1,880 

Mohnton borough 1,640 

Mount Penn borough 1,370 

Muhlenbergtwp 6,220 

North Ueidelbeig twp 533 

Oleytwp 1,876 

Ontelaunee twp 1,070 

Penntwp 876 

Perrytwp...; 1,690 

Piketwp 648 

Readlngdty 107,784 

Rlchmandtwp 1,608 

Robesontwp 2,315 

Robesonia borough 1,203 

Rocklandtwp 978 

Ruscombmanor twp 1,090 

SbUUngton borough 2,175 



CENTRAL CITT, ETC.— Con. 

Bait County— Coji. 

SlnUng Spring borough 1,270 

South Befdelberg twp 2,336 

Sprlngtwp 2,103 



Jnlon twp 1, 279 

Wemersville borough 



West Leesport bori 
West Reading bore _ 
Wyomlssing borough 



7W 
419 
2,921 
2,062 



Lancanttr County. 

Adamstown borough 80O 

Brecknocktwp 1,55B 

RICHMOND DISTRICT. 
CENTRAL CITT AND ADJACENT TERIUTOBT. 

Chaterfield County. 

Daledlst 2,045 

Manchester di.^t 4,251 

Midlothian dist 2,499 

Banoctr County. 

Henrydist 6,373 

Henrico County. , 

Brookland dist 5,200 

Fairfield dlst 6,370 

Tuckahoedlst 3,476 

Varinadlst 3,928 

Rkhmond city. 
The dty 171,667 

SALT LAKE CITY DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL OTT AND ADJACENT TERBITOBT. 

Davit County. 

Bonntlfolctty 2,063 

BountUbl pet., excl. BonntUnl 

dty 398 

West BonntUnl pet 578 

Morgan County. 

(Canyon Creek pet 488 

Salt Lake Conuty. 

Midvale city 2, 209 

Murraydty 4,584 

Pct.l 2,833 

Pet. 2 2,682 

Pet. 8 6,547 

Pet. 4 5.807 

Pet. 5 3,070 

Pet. 6, excl. Midvale city 1, 761 

Salt Lake aty 118,110 

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT. 

CENTBAL OTT AND ADJACENT TERRTTORT. 

Beiar County. 
lost. Pet. 1, excl. San -Antonio 

dty 4,095 

Just. Pet. 2 1,768 

Just. Pet. 3 6,408 

Just. Pet. 6 9,808 

Just. Pet. 7 7,612 

San Antonio city 161,378 

SCRANTON DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL crrr and adjacent TERBnORr. 

Lackawanna County. 

Abingtontwp 438 

Arehbald borough 8,603 

Bentontwp 846 

Bbkely borough 6,564 

Carhondaleeity 18,640 

Carbondaie twp 1,652 

Clarks Oreen borough 350 

Claries Summit borough 1^404 

CHftontwp 191 

(Covington twp 613 

Dalton borough 786 

Dickson City borough 11,048 

Dunmore borough 20,250 

Elrohumt borough 361 

Olenbum borough 288 

Jefleraontwp 571 

lermj-n borough 3,326 

La Plume borough 258 

Lackawanna twp 3,050 

Madisontwp 690 

Mayfldd borough 3,832 

Moado borough 4,364 

Moscow borough 702 

Newtontwp 1,464 

North Abington twp 338 

Old Forge borough 12,237 

Olyphant borough 10,236 

Ransomtwp 894 

Roaring Brook twp 212 

Scott twp 1,315 

Scrantoncity 137,783 

South Abington twp 896 

Spring Brook twp 450 

Taylor borough 8,876 

Thioop borough 6,67* 



CENTRAL OTT, ETC.— COn. 

Lackawanna County— Coo. 

West Abington twp 184 

Wlntoo borough 7,588 

Luieme County. 

Avocaboroogh 4,850 

Dnpontbarou^ 4,576 

Dnryeaborooai 7,776 

Exeter borou^. 4,176 

Exetertwp 518 

Franklintwp ., 427 

Hughestown borough 2,244 

Jenkinstwp 5,722 

Laflhi borough. 473 

Pittstoncity 18,487 

Pittstontwp. 8,581 

West Plttston borough 6,868 

West Wyoming borough 1,988 

Wyomiiw borough 3,582 

Yatesville borough. 708 

Wyomlny Onmty. 

Clintontwp 387 

Exetertwp m 

Factoryville borough 628 

Falls twp J 154 

Overfieldtwp. aOft 

SPOKANE DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL Cmr AND ADJACENT TEBBTTOBT. 

Spokaru County. 

Cheneytown. 1,25» 

Chestertwp 362 

Colberttwp 41» 

Duncantwp 366 

East Cheney twp 255 

East Spokane twp 1,200 

Flvelfiletwp 474 

FootHllIstwp 458 

FourLakestwp 586 

GreenBlnfftwp 533 

HiUyarddty 3,842 

Marshalltwp 612 

Mead twp 1,188 

Medical Lake town 



Mlea twp 

Moran twp 

Nine Miletwp.... 
Orij'nrlunily twp. 

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2,545 
287 

««r 

1«1 
8,27S 

248 

PI' mt.t'rairiotwp 851 

St'Uih .Morantwp 401 

Spencolwp 860 

Spokane cily 104,487 

Sleven.stwp 410 

Vallevford twp 802 

Wavsidetwp 488 

Wp«t sp.iknnctwp 1,3W 

SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL CTTT AND ADJACENT TEBBITOBT 
(Df MASSACHUSBTTS). 

Bantpien County. 

Agawamtown 5,028 

Chicopeedty 8^214 

Bast Longmeadow town 2,352 

Hampdentown 624 

Holyokedty 60,203 

Longmeadow town 2,618 

Ludlowtown 7,470 

MonSontown 4,826 

Pafanertown 8,888 

Southwick town 1,19* 

Sprln^ldddty 128,614 

west Springfldd town 13,449 

WestfleMtown 18,804 

WUbraham town 2,7ta 

HamptlOre County. 

Belchertown town 2,058 

Eastbampton town 11,261 

Granbytown 77» 

South Hadley town 5^527 

Southampton town 814 

CENTRAL CITT AND ADJACENT TBBBROBT 

(IN COHNECncUT). 

Bntfori County. 

Gnflddtown. 11,710 

Suffleldtown 4,070 

ToOand County. 

Somerstown , 1,878 

STRACVSB DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL CTTT AND ADJACENT TEBBfTOBT. 

Onondaga CouiOy. 

BaMwinsviUe village 8,688 

CsmilluB town, exd. Camilhu 

village ^087 

Camillus village. 808 

(Scerotown 2,(38 

Claytown. :.... 2,«8S 

De Witt town, exd. East Syra- 
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SYRACUSE DISTRICT— Con. 
CEimuL OTT, KTC.— con. 
Onondaiia Cbuwy— Con. 

East Syracuse vUlaBS i,W 

Eastwood village 2,194 

I'ayattovine vluase 1,684 

GMdeBtown.excI.SolvayTlllage. 643 
Jm Fayette town, exol. part. of 

Onondaga Indian R^serTation. 1,203 

Iiv«n>ool village. 1,831 

jlanliua town, excl. Favcttcvllle, 

MaBlius-aiidUiooavUlagea.... 2,S53 

ManUus village 1,296 

Maicelhu town, excl. Harcellus 

village 1,9K 

Maiodlus village 989 

MinoavUlago »7 

Onondaga Indtao Reservation. . . 475 
Onondaga town, excl. part 01 On- 
ondaga Indian Reservation — 6,630 

Pompeytown l,SS2 

Salinato«ni,ezcl,Iiverpoolvillaee 2,436 

Sohray village 7,382 

Byracusecity 171,717 

Van Burcn town, excl. part of 

Baidwlnsvllie village 1,977 

TRENTON DISTRICT. 
CEtmiL an amd amaccnt TiiattTOKT 

(IN HKW USatT), 

Burlinttim County. 

Bordentowu dty. 4,371 

Bordentown twp 596 

CiMstetflaldtwp l,U8 

Fieidsboro borough 530 

FlMencetwp 7,100 

Uausfieldtwp 1,517 

Itvctt Cavialj. 

Swing twp...'. 3,475 

Hamilton twp 14,580 

Hopewell borough 1,339 

HopeweUtwp 8,349 

Lawrencetwp 3,686 

Pennington borough 965 

Princeton borough 5,917 

Princetontwp 1,424 

Trenton city 119,289 

Washington twp 1,101 

West Windsor twp 1,389 

CSmSAL (TTT AXD APJACEirr TEBBITORT 

(IN pENmnrLVANU). 
BikJ[> CbufKir. 

Fallstwp 1,780 

lower lUcefield twp 1,201 



TRENTON DISTRICT— Con. 

CENTKAL OTY, ETC.— COn. 

iudtj Cbtinfy— Con. 

Morrtsville borough 9^639 

TuUytown borough 572 

Upper UakeOeld twp 1,013 

Yardley borough 1,282 

WILMINOTON DISTRICT. 

CEtmlAL OTT ANn AWACTNT TETtJirroRY 
(m DELAWABE). 

Ntw Cattle County. 

Bellefante town 291 

ELsmeretown 620 

NewCastlectty 8,854 

Newarktown 2,183 

Newporttown «J6 

Rep. Dlst. 6, excl. BeUcfante 

town. 6,160 

Rep. Dlst. 7, excl. Ebtmere and 

Newporttowns 5,002 

Rep. Dlst. 8 4,052 

Rep. DLst. 9, excl. Newark town. . 1, 738 
Rep. Dlst. 10, exd. New Castle 

dicr • 2.S32 

Wilmington city 110,168 

CESTEAL OTY AND ADJACENT TERRrrOBT 

(m VGV jmar). 

Oloucetttr Oonntf. 

Logan twp 1,510 

Sttlmi Comity. 

Lower Penns Neck twp 2^149 

Mannington twp 1,456 

Oldmanstwp 1,323 

Pennagrova DoroQcb 61060 

Salem city 7;435 

Upper Fenns Neck twp 6,259 

CENTRAL OTT AND ADJACENT TERETTORT 
. (m PENNSYLVANIA). 

Cheiter Comity. 

BirmlnKham twp 334 

Kennetltw? 863 

Kennett Square borough 2,398 

NewGardentwp 1,619 

Pennsburytwp 6i5 

Delaware Comity. 

Betheltwp 568 

Birmingham twp 676 

Ckmcordtwp 1,237 



WORCESTER DISTRICT. 

r 
CEMTBAL OTT AMV AMACBHT TBBBITOBT 

UUdletti Comilt. 

Hopklnton town 2,289 

Woratter County. 

Aubumtown 3,891 

Berlintown 868 

Boylstontown 794 

Charlton town 1,995 

Ointontown 12,979 

Orr.'r-Ti town 6,887 

HcMi !. u.wii 2,970 

Laiii*aster town 2,401 

Leirosier town 3,635 

Millburvtmvn 5,663 

North rirookrielrl town 2,610 

Nortliliorough town ;..... 1,783 

North Ijrid gi' lowi 10, 174 

Oakham town 477 

Oxford town 3,820 

Paston town 489 

Princoton town 682 

Rntland town 1,748 

Shrewsbury town 3,708 

Spencer town 5,930 

SU-rlingfown 1,305 

Snttiii\ town , 2,578 

U] LOB 

W^.i Uuylitoa town 1,824 

Westborough town 5,789 

WoBOBSterolty 179,764 



YOUNGSTOWN DISTRICT. 

CENTRAL crrr and adjacent TERRrroRT 
(m OHIO). 

Mahaitlnf Oouialy. 

Austintown twp 1,989 

Beaver twp 2,299 

Boardman twp., excl. part of 

Poland village 2,709 

Canfleld twp., excl. Canfleld vil- 
lage 1,002 

CanB^viUage 806 

Cnitsvllle twp., excl. East Youngs- 
town village and part of Struth- 

ers village 6, 729 

East Yoongxtown village 11,237 

I Ellsworthtwp 670 



YOUNQSTOWN DieTBICT-OoB. 

CEHTBAL crrr, etc.— <xni. 

trakonlny Ooutuy—Ckax. 

Green twp., excl. part of Wash- 

IngtonTflle vUlaga. 1,447 

Jadoontwp 1,029 

Lowellvllle village 2,214 

New Mlddletown village 168 

Poland twp., excl. Lowellvllle 
village and parts of Poland and 

Strafliers vOlages 2,911 

Poland village 561 

Springfield twp., exd. New Mld- 
dletown village 1,945 

Stmthers village 5,847 

Youngstown city 132,358 

TrumlmU County. 

Brookfleld twp 4,663 

airaid Wllage 6,666 

Howland twp., exd. part of War- 
ren dtv 1,1M 

Hubbard twp., excl. Hubbard vil- 
lage 2,017 

HnWbard %illage 3,320 

Ubertytwp.,exeLairardvi]laga. 2,684 

Lordstowntwp 695 

McDonald village 621 

Nnesdty 13,0« 

Viannatwp 961 

Warren city 27,050 

Warren twp., exol. part oi Wamn 

city 1,489 

Weatheisfleld twp, excl, MoDon- 

ald village and Nllesdty 3,333 

CENTRAL CITT AND ADJACENT TEBB(TOBT 
(IN PENNSYLVANIA). 

Latcrence County. 

Bessemer borough 1,417 

Mahoningtwp 3,627 

North Beaver twp 1,973 

Pulaakitwp 1,554 

Jferttr OamUy. 

HIckorytwp 4,569 

Sharon dty 21,747 

Sharpeville borough 4,674 

Shenango twp 1 , 279 

West Middlesex borough 1,349 

Wheatland borough 1,743 



Table 42 gives a condensed sununary of the statis- 
tics in Tables 40 and 41. While an appreciable pro- 
portion of the population of the adjacent territory is 
more or less rural in character, nevertheless the table 
gives a comprehensive idea of the importance of the 
leading urban areas of the country. 



The total population in 1920 of the 58 districts 
covered by this table was 36,886,961, or 34.9 per cent 
of the total population of the United States. It will 
be noted that the average rates of increase during the 
decade in the population of the central cities and of 
the adjacent territory were similar. 



Table 42.— TOTAL AREA AND POPULATION OF CENTRAL CITIES AND OF ADJACENT TERRITORY. 1920 AND 1910, 



Total in 58 districts (comprising cities and adjaeeat territory). 

Total in 62 central dlies 

Total in adjacent territory > 



Ana in acne: 
1920 



Total in 68 cities of 100,000 or man 

Total in adjacent territory outside 68 dties of 100,000 or more . 



23,467,218.2 

1,988,618.9 

21,478,599.3 

2,088,630.2 
21,428,598.0 



POPtn.AT10N. 



1*10 



36,886,961 
26,264,545 
10,632,316 

27,429,828 
9,457,635 



1910 



29,183,081 
20,839,132 
8,343,949 

21,8IW,M0 

7,323,921 



Percent 
of 

increase: 
1910- 
I9M 



38.4 
26.0 
27.4 

2S.5 
29.1 



'Adjacent territory includes 6 dties of 100,000 and over, as follows: Jersey City, Newark, Pateraon, and Ysokers, in metropolitan dis- 
tlict (d New York; Camden, in metropolitan district of Philadelphia: and Cambridge, in metropolitan district of Boston. 



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POPUXATIOV OF INDIVIDUAL OITIIiS. 



This section presents summary tables showing the 
population of individual cities having 100,000 inhab- 
itants or more at each census from 1790 to 1920, and 
of cities haying 25,000 inhabitants or more at each 
census from 1850 to 1920. The population of all 
cities, boroughs, villages, and other municipaUties 
(and of towns in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and 
Rhode Island which had 2,500 inhabitants or more 
in 1920) is shown for 1920, 1910, and 1900 in Table 
51 (p. 178), in which the arrangement is alphabetical 
by states. This table shows also the population in 
1920 of wards of cities having 5,000 inhabitants or 
more. In Table 52 those incorporated places (and 
those towns in the three states above named) which 
had 2,500 inhabitants or more in 1920 are classified 
according to size in four groups, the arrangement 
within each group being alphabetical by states. 

Unless otherwise explained by footnote, the popu- 
lation shown for each city in any census year is that 



of the city as constituted at the time the census was 
taken. It should be kept in mind, therefore, that in 
many instances the growth shown by the figures may 
have been due in part to annexations of suburban 
territory. In cases where parts of townships or other 
county subdivisions have been annexed to incorpo- 
rated places, the population of such annexed territory 
can not be determined separately; but where an in- 
corporated place or an entire township has been 
annexed,- the population, in 1910 and 1900, of such 
annexed territory is shown in footnotes to Table 53, 
to which cross references are made by footnotes to 
Table 51. 

Cities of 260,000 inhabitants or mwe. — ^Table 43 
shows, for each of the last four census years, the popu- 
lation, rank, and decennial increase in population for 
the 25 cities having, in 1920, more than 250,000 
inhabitants, the cities being listed in the order of 
their rank in 1920. 



Tablk 43.— population, RANK, AND DECENNIAL INCREASE FOR CITIES HAVING, IN 1920, 250,000 INHABITANTS 

OR MORE: 1890-1920. 

[Except as explained in footnotes, population ahown (or each census year does not include tliat ot tenitor; subsequently annexed.] 



New York 

Chicago 

PhUadelphia.... 

Detroit 

Cleveland 

St. Louis. 

Boston 

Baltimore. 

Pittsburgh 

Los Angeles. 

Buffalo. 

San Francisco... 

Milwaukee 

Wasliington 

Newark 

Clnciniiatl 

New Orleans 

Minneapolis 

Kansas City, Mo 
Seattle 

Indianapolis. . . . 

Jersey City 

Rochester 

Portland 

Denver 



POPULATION. 



\9i0 



5,«20,0ig 

2,701,708 

1,823,779 

993,678 

796,841 

772,897 
748,080 
732,826 
588,343 
{76,673 

£06,775 
SOS, 676 
487^147 
437,571 
414,524 

401,247 
387,219 
380,582 
324,410 
315,312 

314,194 
298,103 
295,750 
258,288 
256,491 



I»10 



4,766,683 

2, 185, 283 

1,549,008 

486,766 

560,663 

687,020 
670,585 
568,485 
533,905 
319, 198 

423,715 
416,912 
373,857 
331,069 
347,469 

363,501 
339,075 
301,408 
248,381 
237,194 

233,650 
267,779 
218, 149 
207^214 
213,381 



IMO 



3,437,202 

1,698,575 

1,2S»,697 

285,704 

381,768 

575,238 
560,802 
508,957 
« 451,512 
102,479 

352,387 
342 782 

285,315 
278,718 
246,070 

325,902 
287,104 
202,718 
163,752 
80,671 

169,164 
206,433 
162,608 
90,426 
133,859 



18M 



'2,507,414 

1,099,850 

1,046,964 

206,876 

281,353 

451,710 

448,477 

434,439 

■343,904 

60,395 

255,664 
298,997 
204,468 
230,392 
181,830 

296,908 
242,039 
164,738 
132,716 
42,837 

105,436 
163,003 
133,896 
46,385 
106,713 



IMO 



itie 



1 

2 

. 3 

9 

6 

4 
5 
7 
8 
17 

10 
11 
12 
16 
14 

13 
15 
18 
20 
21 

22 
IB 
25 
28 

27 



1900 



1 
2 
3 
13 

7 

4 

5 
6 
11 
86 

8 
9 
14 
15 
16 

10 
12 
19 

22 
48 

21 
17 
24 
42 
25 



1890 



ieio-i»o 



Number. 



853,165 
516,422 
274,771 
527,912 
236,178 

85,868 
77,476 

175,841 
54,438 

257,476 

83,060 
89,764 
83,290 
106,502 
67,055 

37,656 
48,144 
79,174 
76,029 
78,118 

80,644 
30,324 
77,601 
51,074 
43,110 



Per 

cent. 



17.9 
23.6 
17.7 

ia3 

42.1 

12.6 
11. < 
S1.4 
10.2 
8a7 

10.6 
21.5 
22.3 
32.2 
19.3 

10.4 
14.2 
26.3 
30.6 
32.9 

34.5 
11.3 
36.6 
24.6 
20.2 



lMO-1010 



Number. 



1,329,681 
486,708 
286,311 
180,062 
17^805 

1U,79I 

109,603 

40,628 

82,393 

216,719 

71,328 
74,130 
88,542 
52,351 
101,399 

37,689 
61,971 
98,690 
84,629 
156,523 

64,486 
61,348 
56,541 
116,788 
79,622 



Per 
cent. 



38.7 
28.7 
19.7 
63.0 
46.8 

19.4 
19.6 
9.7 
18.2 
211.6 

20.2 
21.6 
31.0 
1&8 
41.2 

11.6 
18.1 

48.7 
51.7 
194.0 

38.1 
29.7 
34.2 
129.2 
S9L4 



1800-1900 



Number. 



929,788 
698,725 
246,738 
79,828 
120^415 

123,408 
112,416 

74,518 
107,608 

62,084 

90,723 
43,785 
80,847 
48,326 
64,240 

28,994 
45,065 
37,980 
31,036 
37,834 

63,728 
43,430 
28,712 
44,041 
27,146 



Per 
cent. 



37.1 
64.4 
23.0 
38.8 
46.1 

27. » 
25.1 
17.2 
31.3 
103.4 

37.8 
14.6 
39.5 
21.0 
35.3 

9.8 
18.6 
23.1 
23.4 
88.3 

60.4 
28. S 
21.4 
94.9 
25b4 



I Includes population (992,113) of territory annexed between 1890 and 1900. < Includes population or Allegheny: 129,896 in 1900; 105,287 in 1890. 



Six cities — Kansas City, Mo., Seattle, Indianapolis, 
Rochester, Portland, and Denver — entered this group 
between 1910 and 1920. The rank of the lai^est 
3 cities has remained unchanged since 1890, but 
Detroit, which ranked fifteenth in 1890, thirteenth in 
1900, and ninth in 1910, advanced to fourth position 
in 1920. Cleveland also gained in rank from census 
to census during the 30-year period. Ten cities gained 
in rank between 1910 and 1920. The greatest advance 
shown for any of the cities in this group is that which 
appears for Los Angeles — ^from fifty-seventh position 
in 1800 to thirty-sixth in 1900, seventeenth in 1910, 
and tenth in 1920. 



Cities of 100,000 inhabitants or more. — The cities 
having 100,000 inhabitants or more, as returned at the 
census of 1920, numbered 68. Eighteen of these cities 
passed the 100,000 limit between 1910 and 1920, 
namely, Akron, Ohio, Camden, N. J., Dallas, Tex., 
Des Moines, la., Fort Worth, Tex., Hartford, Conn., 
Houston, Tex., Kansas City, Kans., New Bedford, 
Mass., Norfolk, Va., Reading, Pa., Salt Lake City, 
Utah, San Antonio, Tex., Springfield, Mass., Trenton, 
N. J., Wilmington, Del., Yonkers, N. Y., and Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 

Table 46 shows the population of each of the 68 
cities having 100,000 or more inhabitants in 1920, with 



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coinpanttive figures for all eco^ier censuses and rates 
of decennial increase from 1830 to 1920. 

The diagram below presente, for 1920 and 1910, a 
comparison of the population of the 68 cities having 
more than 100,000 inhabitants in 1920. 

PoFtTULTioM OP CrnsB HAVtMO, IV 1920, 100,000 Inhabitants 
OK Mokk: 1920 and 1910. 




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Table 47 shows, for each Federal census from 1850 
to 1920, the population of the largest 50 cities, in the 
order of their rank at each of the several censuses. 
A considerable number of cities which ranked among 
the largest 50 at some of the earlier censuses have 
since been supplanted by others which have increased 
more rapidly in population, and a number of cities 
whose names appear in the lists for previous census 
years have since been consolidated with larger cities. 



Cities of 26,000 inhabitants or more. — The cities 
having 25,000 inhabitants or more in 1920 numbered 
287, 58 cities having entered this class since 1910. 
Table 44 shows, by geographic sections, the number 
of cities having- 25,000 inhabitants or more in which 
the population increased and the number in which the 
population decreased during the decade 1910-1920, 
the former group being subdivided into 7 classes ac- 
cording to rates of increase. 

Tablb 44. — NuitBBR OP CrriBS Hatino 25,000 Inhabitants ob 
MoBB IN 1920, Groupbd Aocobdino to katb or Inobbasb. 



BATB or raCBBASt. 



Total.. 



Cities increasing during decado 1910-1930L.. 

100 per cent and over 

70- 1 00 per cent 

50-70 per cent 

ao-.W jier cent 

20-30 per cent 

10-20 per cent 

I'mler 10 per cent 



Cttias decnaatng duiing decade 19IO-192D. . . 



United 
States. 



~na 

>2S 
IS 
19 
TO 
» 
S3 
S8 



The The The 
North.t South.i West.> 



Mt 

1*7 
«17 
7 
12 
48 
41 
« 
20 



26 
3 

4 



> For territory oomprised in the North, Sooth, and West, aeemap, p. 8. 

> Inchides ClUton, N. J., incorporated since 1010 bom rural territory (Aoqnaek- 
anonk townihip, Passaic County). | 

Of the 25 cities which increased at rates greater than 
100 per cent between 1910 and 1920, 17 are in the North, 
6 in the South, and 2 in the West. These 25 cities, how- 
ever, include Norwalk, Conn., whose nominal increase 
was due mainly to an annexation of territory, and Beth- 
lehem, Fa., whose ncnninal increase resulted principally 
from a consolidation with South Bethlehem. The in- 
crease computed for each city as constituted in 1920 
would be much less than 100 per cent. 

Table 45 lists the 23 cities, excluding Norwalk and 
Bethlehem, which increased at rates greater than 100 
per cent, in the descending order of their rates of in- 
crease, and presents for each the population in 1920 
and the rate of increase between 1910 and 1920. 

Table 48 shows the population, at each census from 
1850 to 1920, of the cities having 25,000 inhabitants 
or more in 1920, together with the decennial increase 
during the two decades from 1900 to 1920. 

Table 48. — Citieb Havtno 25,000 Inhabitants ok Mobb nr 
1920 WHICH Incbbasbd in Population Mors Than 100 Pbb 
Cent Between 1910 and 1920. 



(unless otherwise qiedfled). 



Bamtramck village, Mich 

Highland ParkTlIleh 

lUami, Fla 

WteUU FaUs, T«z. 

TulM, OUa 

Qarr, Ind 

Lco« Beach, Calif 

Cioaro town, m 

Clarksburg, W. Vs 

Aioon, Ohio 

East Cleveland. Ohio 

Lakewood, Ohio 

Phoenix, Arti 

Warren, Ohio 

Flint, Irtich 

Pootitc, Mich 

Clifton, N.J 

Weat New York town, N. }. 

Irvington town, N.J 

Knoxvllie, Tenn 

Detroit, Mich 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

Oak Park village, m 



Population: 
1»M 



48^ 6U 
4S,4W 
20,571 
4a 079 
7£07S 
65,378 
55,5(3 
44,999 
27,889 

206,435 
27,292 
41,732 
29,053 
27,050 
91, 599 
34,273 
26,470 
29^920 
25,480 
77,818 

993,678 
48,395 
39,858 



Per cent «( 
Inerease: 
IVM-19M 



1, 266.0 
1,028.6 
44as 
388.8 
196.4 
229.6 
21X2 
aOOkl 
208L9 
201.8 
lir7.3 
174.9 
16a 9 
144.1 
137.6 
135.8 
123.0 
12a 7 
114.5 
114.1 
113.1 
113.2 
105.0 



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Tabik 46.— population OF CITIES HAVING, IN vm, lOOfiOO INHABITANTS 
CBnept as McpMnad in {ootoatea, papaiatioa ibown loi eooh. Misus year does not tncluds that of tattftory siAMqueuMy HiibazM.] 



2 
3 

4 
< 

e 

8 

■ » 

10 

11 

■13 
113 

a4 

15 
16 

17 
18 
19 

ao 

31 
33 

at 

■25 



87 
38 
3» 
40 
U 

43 

43 
44 
4S 
-« 

47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



83 
M 
55 

60 

67 
58 
69 
60 

61 
63 
63 

65 
6S 

87 
68 



dTT. 



New York, N.Y.'.... 
Ifaobsttan borough .. . 

Bronx borough 

Brooklyn boroogh . . 

Qneenx borough 

Skjimond borough 



Detroit,)^ 

(ae7clind,Obto.. 
St. Louis, Ho.... 



BoetOLUaas.'..;.. 

Baltlinor^ Ud 

nttsbor^Pa.*... 
LosAngilcSiCalU.. 
BuAao,N.T 



San Prandsoo, CaUf. . 

MUwaukee, Wta. 

Washington, D. C*. . 

Newark, N.J 

dnelnnati, OUo 



New Orleans, La. . . 
Ifinneapolis, lOnn . 
EannsCity.lio. .. 

eeMtle,Wuh 

Indianapolis, Ind. . 



leraerCtty.N.J.. 
Boo>ie8ter,M.Y.. 
fai<land.Ong.... 

Denver, Colo 

Toledo, Ohio...... 

ProTidenoe,B.L- 
Columbus, OUo... 

Louisville. Ky 

St. Paul, Minn.... 
OaUamCCaUf..... 



Akron, Ohio 

Atlanta, Oa 

Omaha, Nebr.*.... 

Worcester, Mass... 
Birmingham, Ala.. 



rorcLATtoH. 



19W 



Syraouse,N.Y 

Rlcbmond, Va 

New Haven, Coon. , 

Memphis, Tenn 

Sao Antonio, Tex.. 



BaHae, Sex. 

Dayton, Ohio 

Brl<|gepart, C«m. 

Houston, Tex 

Barti[}rd,Cann.... 



SenntoB, Pa 

Grand Bapids, Mich 

Paterson.N.J. 

Youngstown, Ohio 

Springfield, Itass ,. 



Pes Moines, Iowa . . . 
NewBedlbrd, Mass. , 

FaO Biver, Mass 

Trenton, N.J 

Nashville, Tenn 



SaU Lake City, Utah.. 

Camden, N.J. 

N«dblk,Va...; 

Albany, N.Y 



Lowell, Mass 

Wlhnlngton,Del.. 
Cambfidge. Mass., 
Beading, Pa , 



Fort WorUi, Tex... 

Spokane, wash 

Kansas City, Kans. 
Yonker8,N.Y 



5,630^048 

2,284,1(13 

733,016 

3,011^396 

468^043 

116,531 

2,701,705 

1,823,779 

090,678 

796,841 

772; 897 

748,060 
783,836 
688,343 
676,673 
906,776 

506,678 
467,147 
437,671 
414,524 
401,247 

387,219 
380(582 
33^410 
31^313 
314,194 

208^108 
29&7S0 
W128B 
256,491 
240,164 

mlm 

334,891 
234,696 
316,361 

08,486 
200^616 
191,601 
179,764 
173^806 

171,717 
171,667 
163, 637 
162,351 
161,379 

168,076 
15S^5S9 
148, 6K 
138,276 
18^036 

137,788 
137:634 

132,358 
1046)4 

120,485 
119, 2W 
118,342 

118, 110 
116,300 
115,777 
113,344 

112,750 
110^168 
109,604 
107,784 

106,482 
104,437 
101, m 
100^176 



l»tO 



4,7M,88S 
2,331,643 

430,180 
l,fi4361 

284, OU 
85,960 

3,186,283 

1,548; 006 

466,766 

660,663 

687,020 

670,686 
558,485 
533,906 
319,196 
423,715 

416,912 
373,857 
331,069 
347,460 
363,591 

339,075 
301,408 
248,381 
337,194 
233,660 

867,779 
31&149 
307^214 
213,381 
168,497 

284,336 
181,611 



214,744 
160,174 

69.067 
164,839 
134k«6 

145,986 
132,686 

137,249 
12^6% 
183,606 
131, 105 
96,614 

90; 104 

78,800 
98; 915 

129,867 
112,571 
t^OOO 
79,066 
83,936 



1900 



106,294 
8^411 

104,839 
96,071 

73,312 
104,402 
8^331 
79,803 



8; 437,303 
1,850,003 

300,507 
1,166,682 

16^999 
67,021 

1,608,676 

381,768 
675,238 

660,892 
606,957 
451,612 
102,479 
363,387 

342,782 
286,316 
278,718 
346,070 
326,902 

287,104 
20^718 
163,732 

80,671 
169,164 

306,433 
162,606 
10; 426 
133,899 
131,822 

176,597 
1^^560 
304,731 
163,066 
66,160 

4S^72S 
89,873 
10S;666 
118,421 
88,416 

106,374 
85,050 
10^027 
102,320 
53,821 

^633 



1890 



70,996 
44,633 
79,890 

1(&02S 
8^665 

106,171 
44,S!*5 
68,069 

^^ 
104,863 
73,307 
80; 866 

53,531 
76,936 
46,624 
94,151 

94,969 
78,508 
91,886 
78,981 

26,688 

51,418 
47,131 



188» 



2; 507, 414 
1, 441, 216 

8&goN 

83^647 
87,050 
61,693 

1,099,850 

1,046,964 

206,876 

261,353 

451,770 

448,477 
434,439 
343,904 
60,395 
266,664 

298,107 
304,468 
230,3011 
181,830 
2g6,90)i 

242,039 
164,73s 
132,716 
42,837 
106,438 

168;0(B 
133,896 
46; 385 

106,713 
, 81,434 

iai,U6 
88,150 
101,129 
133,196 
48,682 

87,601 
65,533 
140; 463 
84,655 
36,178 

88,143 
81,388 
81,29S 
64,495 
37,673 

38,007 
61,220 
48,866 
27,567 
53,330 

75,315 
60; 278 
78,847 
33,220 
*tl79 



44,843 
68,313 
34,871 
94,923 

77,696 
61,431 
70; 028 
58,661 

23,076 
19,922 
38,316 
32,083 



1,911,698 

1,164,673 
51,980 
599,495 
66,569 
38,991 

503,185 
847,170 
116,340 
160,146 
360,518 



1870 



332,313 

73&,mi 

11,183 

155,134 

233,959 
115,587 
177,624 
136,508 
255,139 

216,090 
46,887 
55,785 
3,533 
7^096 

120,722 
89,366 
17,577 
35,629 
50; 137 

104,857 
51,647 

133,758 
41,473 
t4»65S 

16,512 
37,409 
80; 618 
58,291 
3,086 

51,792 
63,600 
'62,883 
33,693 
30; 550 

10,868 
38,678 
27,643 
16,513 
42,015 

45,850 
32,016 
51,031 
15,435 
3^840 

22,408 
26,845 
48,961 
29,910 
43,350 

36; 768 
41,699 
21,966 

90,758 

59,475 
42,478 
32,669 
43,278 

6,663 



37,393 
419,921 

45,468 
33,029 

298,977 
674,022 
79,577 
92,829 
310,864 

250,526 
367,354 
139,256 

5,728 
117,714 

144,473 
71,440 
109,199 
105,059 
216,239 

191, 418 

13,066 

32,260 

1,107 

48,244 

83; 546 

62,386 

8,293 

4,759 

31,584 

68; 904 
31,274 
100;753 
20; 030 
10,500 

10; 006 
21,788 
16,083 
41,105 



1800 



23,593 

279,122 

32,908 

25,492 

109,260 
5e6,i>29 
45,619 
43,417 
160,773 

177,840 
212,418 

77,923 
4,385 

81,129 

56,802 
45,246 
61,122 
71,941 
161,044 

168,675 
%S64 
4,418 



18,611 

29,226 
48,204 
2^874 



43,051 
61,038 
'50l840 
40; 226 
13^256 



3,200 
18,892 



30,473 
18,969 
9,382 
37,180 

36,092 
16,507 
33,679 
8,076 
26,703 

12,035 
21,320 
26,786 
22,874 
25,866 

13,864 
20,045 
19,229 
69,422 

40,928 
30,841 
39,634 
33,930 



13,768 

50; 666 
18,554 
6&033 
10,401 
1,643 

3,477 

9,554 

1,883 

24,960 



28,119 

37, 910 

'39,287 

22,623 

8,235 



30,081 

'13,299 

4,845 

' 29, 152 

9,223 
8,085 

lg,.'>86 
2,759 

15,199 

3,965 
22,300 
14,026 
17,228 
16,988 

8,236 
14,3.'» 
14,620 
62,367 

36,827 
21,258 
26,060 
23,162 



1H0 



8,033 

138,883 

18,593 

1^061 

29,963 
121,376 
21,019 
17,034 
77,860 

136,881 
100; 064 

07,863 
1,610 

43,261 

•34,776 
20; 061 
40; 001 
38,804 

115,435 

116,375 



8,091 

6,856 
36,403 



3,829 

41,613 

17,882 

43,191 

1,112 



IMO 



ft 



:i 



UA. 



711 

3! 

...,613 
14C480 
10,966 

4,470 
93,665 
9,102 
6,071 
16,469 



103,313 
31,304 



18,213 



1,712 
33,364 
17,390 
40,338 

103; 118 



3,693 

3,072 
30,191 



1,222 

23,171 
6,048 
21,210 



3,366 
2,572 



17,049 



22,271 

27,570 

'20,345 

8,841 
3,488 



10,977 

'7,560 

2,396 

'17,966 



2,686 



2,802 
11,766 



16,443 
11,524 
6,461 
10,166 



9,479 
14,326 
50,763 

33,383 

13,979 
15,215 
15,743 



1810 



jH^ 



20, 
9; 049 
7,082 



80; 462 
3,333 
1,070 



61,393 
80; 630 
15,360 



18,826 



24,831 
46,082 



9,207 



16,833 
2,435 
10,341 



7,407 



20^153 
12; 960 



0,067 
3,294 



9,468 



10; 985 



12,087 
0,738 
4,085 
0,929 



3,371 
10,920 
33,721 

20,710 
8,367 
8,409 
8,410 



4,173 



18M 



uMifr 




63,802 
1,«22 



e2,m 



2,095 



13,247 



9,642 
27,176 



1810 



iin>TH 



j%za 



33,783 
4«kS» 



'eM 



isw 



79; 210 
60,516 
1,765 
8,7« 
6,043 
4,504 



two 



49^401 
33,131 
1,781 
£«» 
?,190 
8,836 



41,330 23,632 



24,837 

36,614 

1,565 



2,510 

17,34^' 



11,707 



4,013 



2,962 



16,060 
10,180 



2,990 
■7,074' 



6,784 



7,592 
4,156 
3,925 
5,566 



9,814 
34,209 

6,474 



6,073 
5,856 



12,067 
7,147 



1,«00 



4,726 



3,914 



10, OU 



7,614 



359 



"isTf 



9,736 
6,772 



38» 
'3,'95o 



2,411 



5,737 
4,049 



18; 320 
14 5» 



0,380 



200 



2,095 



3,701 



i;l 



.W. 



2,"76?J"2,'3i2 



3,947 
1,691 
3,942 



8,478 
12,030 



3,395 
4,333 



4,05ir 
1.296r 
3,00% 



9,199^ 
10,78» 



(•) 



4,361 



6,936 
5,340 



2,453 
2,386 



1,574 



3,813 



2,939 
3,498 



•i,'ii5 



1 Population shown is for New York and Its boroughs as now constituted. ,., - 

• Hyde Park town annexed to Boston city since 1910. Combined population: 1910, 686,092; IMO, 874,136; 1890, 458,670; I880, 369,927; 1870, 254,662. Byde Par^ tlOt 
ntnmed separately at earlier censuses. 

• Includes popuIaUon of Allegheny, as follows: 1900, 129,996: 1890, 105,287; 1880, 78,682; 1870, 53,180; 1860, 28,M2; 1890, 21,262; 1810, 10,089; and 1830, 2,801. Alln^eny not 
Ntumed separately at earlier censuses. 

< Populatian as reported by state census of 1862; returns tor 1830 for San Fraadsco were destroyed by Are. 



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NomlMr. 



Per 
cent. 



iMw-ine 



Number. 



Number. 



ont. 



18m-18W 



1870-UM 



Number. 



Fbt 
cent. 



Number. 



Per 
oeut. 



18M-1870 



Number. 



P« 

cent. 



i8fi»-im» 



Number. 



Fler 

cent. 



I8M-18M 



Number. 



Per 

cent. 



I8tO-18M 



Nimiber. 



Per 

OSDt. 



853,165 
-47,439 
101,036 
384,(105 
185,001 
30,553 

SS7,«U 

m,in 

85,858 

77,475 
175,341 
54,488 

257,475 
83,000 

89,754 
83,290 
106,003 
6^055 
37,656 

48,144 
79,174 
76,0» 
78,118 
80,644 

30,324 
77; 601 
51,074 
43,110 

74,067 

13,269 
56,520 
10,968 
19,964 
66,087 

138,368 
45,777 
67,506 
83,768 
46,131 

34,468 
44,039 
28,932 
31,246 
64,765 

66,872 
35,982 
41,601 
59,476 
39,121 

7,916 
25,063 
10,275 
53,292 
40,688 

40^100 
24,665 
1,190 
22,474 
^978 

26,333 
21,771 
48,325 
13,001 

6,466 

2^757 

4,855 

11,713 

33,170 

35 

1S;8M 

20^373 



17.9 
-2.0 
60.8 
33.5 
65.1 
35.6 

23.6 
17.7 
113.8 
42.1 
12.6 

11.6 
31.4 
10.2 
80.7 
19.0 

21.5 
22.3 
33.3 
19.3 
10.4 

14.3 
26.3 
30.6 
32.9 
34.5 

11.3 
35.6 
24.6 
30.2 
44.3 

5.9 

30.0 

4.9 

9.3 

44.0 

201.8 
29.6 
54.4 
23.1 
34.8 

25.1 
34.5 
21.7 
23.8 
67.0 

72.6 
30.9 
40.7 
75.5 
39.6 

6.1 
23.3 

8.2 
67.4 
45.8 

46.4 

25.4 

LO 

23.2 

7.2 

27.3 
23.0 
71.6 
13.1 

6.1 
26.0 

4.6 
1£2 

45.2 

s. 

25.5 



1,329,681 
481,449 
230,473 
467,769 
131, 0t2 
18,948 

486,706 
255, 3U 
180,062 
178,886 
1U,791 

100,683 
49,«8 



216, 7» 
71,328 

74,130 
88,542 
52,361 
101,300 
37; 689 

51,971 
08,690 
84,639 
156,623 

64,486 

61,346 
55,541 

116,788 
79,523 
36,675 

48,729 
55,851 
19,187 
51,679 
83,214 

36,339 
64,967 
21,&U 

27,506 
94,370 

28,875 
42,578 
86,578 
28,785 
43,293 

49,466 
31,244 
81,068 
34,167 
19,065 

27,841 
25,006 
20,429 
34,181 
26,867 

24,239 
34,210 
14,432 
23,508 
29,499 

38,246 
18,603 



6,102 

11,325 
10^903 
12,953 
17,110 

46,624 
67,554 
30^913 
31,872 



919,788 
408,877 
111,599 
318,085 
65,949 
15,338 

598,725 
946,733 
79,818 
110,415 
113, 468 

112,415 
74 618 

107,608 
52,084 
90,713 

43,785 
«,8«7 
48,326 
64,240 
28,994 

45,065 
87,980 
n,036 
37^834 

63, ns 

43,430 
28,712 
44,041 
37,146 
50,388 

8r|410 
43,602 
19,909 
18,278 

15,127 
94,339 

-SI, an 

38,766 
12,237 

20,231 
3,663 
36,729 
37,825 
15,648 

4,571 
24,113 
22,130 
17,076 

26, on 

36,811 
27,287 
26,824 
11,665 
17,880 

12,046 
21,709 
30^465 
15,849 
4,607 

8,688 
17,622 
11,753 

-772 

17,273 
15,077 
21,858 
20^300 

3,612 
16,936 
13,102 

15,808 



87.1 
28.4 
125.6 
39.1 
76.8 
29.7 

54.4 

216 
38.8 
46.1 
27.3 

25.1 
17.2 
31.3 
103.4 
37.8 

14.6 
89.5 
31.0 
SS.3 
9.8 

.18.6 
23.1 
93.4 

88.3 
60.4 

26.6 
21.4 
94.9 
26. 4 
61.9 

32.9 
49.4 
27.1 
22.5 
37.5 

54.8 
87.1 
-27.0 
39.9 
46.7 

23.0 
4.5 
32.9 
58.6 
41.5 

12.0 
39.4 
45.3 
62.0 
60.0 

35.6 
45.3 
34.2 
35.1 
40.5 

24.0 
53.3 
40.9 
27.6 
6.2 

19.4 
30.2 
33.7 
-0.8 

22.2 
21.5 
31.2 
34.6 

15.7 
8&0 
34.2 
49.6 



595,716 

276,543 

36,938 

239,052 

30,491 

12,703 

596,665 
199,794 
89,536 
101,307 
101,252 



109,136 
106,833 
38,212 

100,530 

65,038 
88,881 
53,768 
45,322 
41,769 

25,949 
117,851 
76,981 
39,304 
30,380 

42,281 
44,580 
28,868 
71,084 
31,297 

27,289 
36,508 
37,371 
81,683 
14,127 

11,088 
28,124 
109,934 
26,364 
23,092 

36,351 
17,788 
18,416 
30,903 
17,123 

27,709 
22,542 
21,223 

29,365 
28,262 
27,316 

17,785 
10,839 

27,685 
13,888 
25,437 
27,548 
32,818 

24,075 
16,654 
12,905 
4,165 

18,221 
18,063 
1^350 
15,383 

16,413 



31.2 

23.7, 
71.0 1 
89.9 I 
53.9 
32.6 

118.6 
23.6 
77.0 
68.2 
28.9 I 

23.6 
30.7 
46.3 
3E0.6 
64.8 

27.8 
76.9 
29.7 
33.2 
16.4 



12.0 
251.4 
137.9 

35.0 
49.8 

163.9 
rail ^ 

62.4 

26.0 
70.7 
30.2 
221.1 
40.9 

67.2 
75.2 

360.2 
45.2 

748.3 

70.2 
28.0 
29.3 
92.0 
83.3 

267.5 
58.3 
76.8 
66.9 
28.7 

64.0 
88.3 
53.5 
115.2 
32.5 

123.5 
51.7 
52.0 
92.1 

75.7 

115.9 

4ao 

58.7 
4.6 

3a6 
44.6 
33.0 
35.5 

246.3 



35,116 
13, 141 



1,097.4 
09.6 



438,585 
222,381 

14,587 
179,574 

11,081 
5,962 

204,208 
173,148 
36,763 
6^317 
39,654 

95,815 
5,455 
37; 420 

84,486 
44,147 
68,425 
31,449 
38,900 

24,672 
33,831 
23,525 
2,426 
26,812 

38,176 
26,980 
9,294 
30,870 
18,553 

3;,9S3 
20,373 
23,005 
21,443 
24,0SB 

6,506 
15,620 
14,435 
17,188 



29.3 
23.6 
89.0 
42.8 
24.4 

lai 

68.3 
26,7 
46.2 
72.5 
12.8 

44.8 
24.3 

68.8 
95.2 
31.8 

56.5 
61.8 
62.7 
29.9 
18.0 

12.9 
258.8 

72.9 
219.2 

55.6 

46.2 
43.2 
111.9 
648.7 
58.7 

53L2 
65.1 
22.8 
107.1 
229.1 

65.0 
71.7 
89.8 
41.8 



308,324 
128,623 

13,800 
140,799 

12,565 
7,537 

189,717 
108,493 
33,958 
49,412 
150,091 

72,686 
54,936 
61,333 
1,343 
36,585 

02,671 
26,194 
48,077 
33,118 
55,195 

22.743 
10,502 
27,842 



25.8 
15.8 
58.5 
50.4 
38.2 
29.6 

173.6 
19.2 
74.4 

113.8 
93.4 

■40.9 
25.9 
73.7 
30.6 
45.1 

163.1 
57.9 
78.7 
46.0 
34.3 

13.5 
409.6 
630.2 



478,664 

298,122 

15,561 

140,240 

14.310 

10,431 

79,297 

444,153 

34,600 

83; 913 

40,969 
43,364 

38,868 

22,026 
25,185 
21,121 
33,017 
45,609 

52,300 



68.8 
S7.8 
198.7 
101.0 
77.0 
69.3 

264.6 
36S.V' 
117.0 
154.9 
106.5 

29.9 
25.7 
14.8 
172.4 
92.0 

83.3 
125.5 
52.8 
85.0 
39.5 

44.9 



53,320 
14,182 
5,419 



166.2 



182.4 
29.4 
188.6 



10,520 

170 



130.0 



338.3 
32.4 



17,816. 

18,238 
12,720 
32,720 
9,629 
8,967 

6,529 
12,235 
14,200 
16,145 



129.4 

36.0 
68.6 
48.1 
92.6 
680.5 

187.8 
128.1 
754.1 
04.7 



9,939 

9,153 

672 

24,839 



259.6 

22.0 

3.8 

57.5 

835.3 



2U 
6,982 



6.5 
271.5 



7,911 



46.4 



8,741 
12,562 
12,042 
-6,634 
8,294 



20.3 
24.6 
23.7 
-16.8 
67.7 



14,932 
13,128 
11,678 
17,608 
4,021 



53.1 
34.6 
29.5 
77.8 
48.8 



5,848 
10,340 
18,922 
13,782 

4,747 



26.3 
37.5 
93.0 
155.9 
116.1 



8,206 
8,674 
7,131 
4,839 

10,758 
15,509 
17,452 
7,360 
6,637 

10^373 
5,525 

22,195 
7,036 

it; 485 

7,914 
21,614 

2,737 
21,336 

18,547 
11,637 
13,035 
9,348 



26.9 
45.7 
76.0 
13.0 

30.7 
94.0 
52.0 
91.1 
24.9 

86.2 
25.9 
82.9 
30.8 
67.6 

61.6 

107.8 
14.2 
3a7 

45.3 
37.7 
32.9 
27.6 



10,392 
5,6m 
4,9^ 
8,028 

25,869 
8,422 

13,993 
5,316 

11,504 

8,070 
-980 
12,740 
5,646 
8,877 

4,618 
5,687 



51.3 
42.6 
93.6 
27.5 

280.5 
104.2 

71.4 
192.7 

75.7 

2C3.5 
-4.4 

90.8 
32.8 
52.3 

56.1 
39.6 



9,104 



n|i8 



82.9 
75.9 
102.2 
62.3 



5,399 



201.0 



-43 
3,433 



-1.6 
29.2 



5,857 
2; 502 
10,767 
6,823 



4,609 31.5 

7,055 11.3 

4,101 I ILl 

9,583 45.1 

13,574 52.1 

10^7681 46.5 



4,879 

294 

11,604 

3,444 
7,279 
10^845 
7,419 



35.0 , 
21.7 
166.6 
67.1 

.i 



51.5 ; 

2.1 
22.9 , 

ia3 ! 
62.1 
7L3 
47.1 



306,001 

202,837 

2,686 

91,268 

4,113 

4,096 

25,498 
27^711 
11,917 
10,963 
•1,391 

43,498 
66,741 
36,659 



78.0 
64.9 
50.2 
191.7 
28.4 
37.4 

570.3 
29.6 
130.9 

180.6 
372.8 

46.6 
65.2 
117.5 



148,836 

110,121 

2,323 

27,078 

5,431 

3,883 



61.4 
54.4 

76.8 
131.9 
60.0 
54.8 



13,203 
6,880 
4.99S 



309.6 
464.3 



tl,991 
1,683 
is; 835 



103.0 



24,048 



133.0 



9,545 



110.1 



18,349 
16,637 
21,604 
69,097 

14,182 



1,071.6 
71.2 
125.0 
149.1 

13.9 



4,638 



24.1 



21,507 
56, Ul 



86.6 
121.8 



5,399 

3,784 
16,212 



200.6 



123.2 
80.3 



10,984 



iiiri" 



2,607 

18,342 
U,834 
21,984 



a3.3 

79.2 ! 
195.7 
103.6 



6,338 
3,613 

io,8rg 



37.7 
U8.4 
106.1 



9,552 



127.4 



7,417 
7,385 



36.8 
57.0 



4,910 
4,366 



80.9 
129.5 



8,498 



89.8 



781 



7.1 



4,356 
4,786 
2,426 
3,236 



36.0 
7L0 
60.1 
46.7 



6,106 
3,406 
17,042 

1^587 
5,612 
6,806 
7,333 



181.2 
31.2 
50.5 

60.5 
67.1 
8a9 
87.2 



3.321 



79.7 



4,098 
3,780 



27.3 



3,117 



106.7 



2,394 



33.8 



4,201 



61.9 



4,495 

2,580 

110 

1,363 



50.2 

62.0 

2.8 

24.5 



1,106 
9,512 

14,322 



11.3 
38.3 



221.2 



2,337 
2,554 



38.5 
43.6 



10 
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17 
18 
IV 
20 

2r 

22 

23 
24 
25 
20 

27 
28 
29. 
30 
31 

32 
33 
34 
35 
36 

37 
33 
39 

40 
41 

42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 

48 
49 
50 
51 

52 
5.-» 
54 
55 

■56 

57 
58 
59 



61 
62 
63 
64 

65 

66 
67 
68 



> Population as returned from 1880 to 1920 is (or District o( Columbia, witti wliicli dty is now coextensive. 

< Omatia and South Omaha cities ctBisoUdated since 1910. Combined population: 1910, 150,355; 1900, 128,556; 1890, 148,514. Soutli Omaba not returned separately at 
earlier censuses. 

' Population of town, including city; town and dty not returned separately. 
* Not returned separately. 

> Less ttian one-tenth of 1 per cent. 



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Tabi.« 47.— largest FIFTY CITIES AT EACH CENSUS FROM 1850 TO 1920, ARRANGED IN ORDER OF RANK!. 

(For population of largest fitty cities in 18*0, we BqjMrtB ol tbs TUrtatnth Cenaiu, 1910, VdL I, Table 67, p. 82.) 



IMO 



mo 



Population. 



N«wY«rtN.Y <^«aa,IMg 

GUmkowSL ^701,705 



PUiaddphl^ Pa, 
Detroit, nioii.. *. 
Cleveland, Obio., 



St. Louis, Mo 

Boston, Han. 

n^s^^pa!!!!! 

Loa Angeles, CalU.. 



Buflalo,N.Y 

San Ftandaoo, Calif . . 

Uawaakee, Wis 

Washington, D.C.... 
Newark, N.J 



Cincinnati, Ohio... 
New Orleaiis. La... 
Minneapolis, Minn . 
Kansas aty. Mo... 
Seattle, Wash 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Jersey City, N. J.. 
Rochester, N.Y... 



Portland. Ong. 
Denver, Colo... 



Toledo, Ohio 

Pn>vldanoe,R. I. 
Columous, Ohio.. 
Louisville, Ky... 
St. Paul, Minn... 



OaUan(LCalU... 

Akron, Ohio 

Atlanta, Oa 

Omaha, Nebr 

Warcester, Mass.. 



Blmiingliain, Ala.. 

Syracuse, N.Y 

Riclunond, Va 

New Haven, Conn. 
Memphis, Tenn — 



San Antonio, Tex. 

Dallas, Tex 

Dayton, Ohio 

Bndgeport, Conn. . 
Houston, Tex 



Hartfbrd, Coon. 

Scranton,Pa. 

Orand Rapids, Mich . 

Paterson, N. J 

Yoangstown, Obio... 



1,823,77s 
998,878 
796, SU 

772^897 
7«8,(M0 
733,828 
588,343 
476,673 

«6,775 
906,878 
48^147 
437,571 
414,524 

401,347 
387,319 
380^583 
324,410 
315,312 

314,194 
398,103 
395^750 
358^388 

356^491 

343,164 
23^508 
237,031 
234,881 
234,608 

216,261 
308; 435 
3001816 
191,601 
179^754 

178,806 
171,717 
171,867 
16^537 
16^351 

161,379 
158,076 
153,559 
143,555 
138,276 

138,036 
137,783 
137,634 
135,875 
132,358 



New York, N. Y. 

Chicago, m 

PhiUdeiphU, Pa. 

St. Louis, Mo 

Boston, Mass 



Cleveland, Ohio.. 
Baltimore, Md... 
PitUburgh. Pa... 
Detroit, SUch.... 
Buffalo, N.Y... . 



San Francisco, Calif. . 

MUwaukee, VTis 

Cindnnati, Ohio 

Newark, N.J 

New Orleans, La 



Washington, D.C.. 
Los Angeles, CoUf . . 
Minneapolis, Minn . 
JerscyCity, N. J... 
Kansas City, Mo... 



Seattle, Wash 

Indianapolis, Ind . 
Providence, R. I . . 

Louisville, Ky 

Rochester, N. Y... 



St. Paul, Minn... 

Denver, Colo 

Portland, Oree... 
Columbus, Omo.. 
Toledo, Ohio 



Atlanta, Oa 

Oakland, CaUf 

Worcester. Mass.... 

Syracuse, N. Y 

New Haven, Conn. 

Blnningham, Ala.. 
Mempli&,^nn.... 

Scranton, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Paterson, N. J 



Omaha, Nebr. 

Fall River. Mass 

Dayton, Ohio 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Nashville, Tenn 



Lowell, Mass 

Cambridge, Mass.. 
Spokane, Wash... 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Albany, N.Y 



Populatkm. 



4,766^883 

3,18^383 

1,54(L008 

687,009 

670,565 

560,663 
558,485 
533,905 
46^766 
423,715 

416,012 
373,857 
363,591 

347,469 
339,073 

331,069 
319,198 
301,408 
267^779 
348,381 

337,194 
338,660 



223,928 
218,149 

314,744 
313,381 
307,214 
181,611 
168,497 

154,839 
150^174 
146,986 
137,249 
133,605 

133,685 
131,105 
129^867 
12^628 
125,600 

124,096 
119^395 
116,577 
112,571 
110^364 

106,294 
10^838 
104,402 
102,051 
100,253 



1900 



New York. N.Yi. 

Chicago, m. 

PhOadeiphia, Pa.. 

St. Louis, Mo 

Boston, Mass. 



Baltimore, Md 

Clevdand, Ohio 

Buffalo, N.Y 

San Frandsoo, Calif . . 
Cindnnati, Ohio 



Pittsburgh, Pa.«.... 
New Orleans, La... 

Detroit, Midi 

Milwaukee, Wis.... 
Washington, D.C.. 



Newark,N.J 

Jersey atyLN. J... 

Louisville, Ky 

Minneapolis, Minn . 
Providence, R.I... 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo.. 
St. Paul, Minn.... 
Rochester, N.Y. . 
Denver, C<do 



Toledo, Obio 

Allegheny, Pa.>.. 
Columbus, Ohio.. 
Worcester, Mass.. 
Sjrracuse, N. Y... 



New Haven, Conn. 

Patarson, N. J 

Fall River, Mass... 

St. Joseph, Ho 

Omaha, Nebr 



Los Angeles, Calif. . 

Memphu, Tenn 

Scranton, Pa. 

Lowell, Mass 

Albany, N.Y 



Cambridge, Mass 

Portland; Oreg....... 

Atlanta, Oa 

Orand Rapids, Mich. 
Dayton, Ohio 



Richmond,_ya... 
Nashville, Tenn.. 
Seattle, wash.... 
Hartford, Conn... 
Reading, Pa 



PopuMlcn. 



3,487,308 

1,608; 673 

1,293,607 

57^238 

560,803 

508,967 
381,708 
352,387 
343,783 
325,902 

321,616 
387,104 
385,704 
385,315 

278,718 

246,070 
206,433 
304,731 
302,718 
175^597 

160,164 
163,758 
163,065 
162,608 
133,859 

131,823 
138,896 
125,560 
118,421 
108,374 

108,027 
106,171 
104,863 
103; 979 
102,555 

ias;479 

102,320 
102,026 

94,969 
94,151 

91,886 
90^426 
89,873 
87,565 
85,333 

85,050 
80,865 
80,671 
79,850 
78,961 



1890 



Now York, N.Y.« 

Chicago, IB 

Phaaddpbia,Pa.. 
Brooklyn, N. Y.i. 
Bt. Laiib,Mo 



Boston, Mass 

BaltimaM,Hd 

San Frandseo, CalU . 

Cindnnati, Obio 

Cleveland, Ohio 



Wadiington, D. C. 
Detroit, Mich 



Milwaukee, Wis.... 

Newark,N.J 

Hinneapolta, Htnn. 
Jersey atyJ4. J... 
LoulsvUle, Ky 



Omaha, Nebr 

Rochester, N. Y. . 
St. PauLuinn... 
Kansas Ctty, Ho. 
Providence, R. I. 



Denver, Colo. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Allegheny. Pa.'. 
Albanv/N. Y.... 
Columbus, Ohio.. 



Syracuse, N. Y 

Worcester, Haas 

Toledo, Ohio 

Btohma mt, Va 

New Haven, Conn . 



Patersgn.N.J.... 

Lowell, Mass. 

Nashvflle, Tsnn. . . 

Scranton, Pa. 

Fall River, Mass.. 

Oambrldn,MasB.. 

Atlant^Oa 

Memphis, Tenn... 
WUnii^tan,D«L. 
Dayton, Ohio 



Troy, N.Y 

Orand Rapids, Hidi. 

Reading, Pa 

Camden, N.J 

Trenton, N.J 



PoptdBtlon 



1,51^301 

1, 009; 850 

l,0«kt>l 

806,343 

451,770 

443,477 
434,439 
2W^997 
296,908 
261,353 

3SSy664 
2^009 
338; 617 
230^392 
306,876 

204,468 
181,880 
1(4,738 
183; 003 
161,129 

140; 462 
133,896 
133,156 
132; 716 
133; 146 

106, 7U 
105,436 
106,287 
94,923 
88,1.W 

8t;i43 
84,666 
81,434 
81,388 
81,298 

78; 847 
77,««6 
78,168 
75,316 
74,398 

70,088 
65,533 
64,496 
61,431 
61,220 

60,956 
60^378 
58,661 
58,313 
57,458 



< Greater New York tdnncd between 1890 and 1900 by consolidation of New York, Brooklyn, and other territory. Figures for 1890 and ptevioos census yean diow popu- 
laticn of New York as then constituted (same as present borough of Manhattan In 1870 and pnor years). 

> Allclgheny annexed to Pittsburgh in 1907. Separate figures for Pittsburgh and Allegheny given for 1900 and previous census yean. 



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Taslk 47.— largest FIFTY CITIES AT EACH CENSUS PROM 1860 TO 1920, ARRANGED IN ORDER OP RANK-Oon. 

(For popniaaao ot Ur(«t fUtj oIUm in 1840^ am S«ports of tbe TblrteenUi Census, 1910, Vol. I, Tftble 57, p. 82.] 



1 

S 

s 

4 

• 
7 
8 

10 

11 

13 
U 
1« 
U 

U 
IT 
18 
1* 
» 

31 
22 
23 
M 
25 

as 

27 
28 
39 
30 

31 
33 
33 
34 
3i 

36 
37 
38 
» 
48 

41 
42 
43 
44 
46 

46 

47 
48 
48 
60 



1880 



New York, N.Y.<.. 
PMladatphia,?*... 
Brooklyn, N.Y»... 

Chicago, lU 

BoetoD, Mass 



St. Look, Mo 

Balttmore, Md 

Clndnnati, Ohio . ..., 
Ban Frandaco, Calif.. 
New Orleans, La.... 



Washington, T>. C 
ClavelaDd,Ohlo.... 
Plttstmc^, Pa.*.... 

Baflah>,N.Y 

Newark, N.J 



LoiiisTille,Ky... 
IeneyCltT,N. J. 



Detroit,!^ 
IIOwMdtea, Wis... 
TroTidonee, B. I.. 



Albany, N.Y 

RodMBter, N.Y.. 
Allegfaeuy.Fa.*... 
lQdianapialh,Iiid- 
Richmond, Va.... 



New Haven, Coon. 

Lowell, Mass 

Woroestar, Mass.... 

Troy, N.Y 

Kansas City, Mo... 



Cambridge, Mass.. 
Syracuse, N.Y.... 
CoiumbastPUo... 

Patenoo.N. J 

Toledo, Ohio. 



Charleston, S.C.... 
FaU River, Mass... 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Scranton, Fa 

Nashville, Tenn.... 



Reading, Pa 

Wilmington, Del.. 
Hartford, Conn.... 

Camden, N.J 

St. Paul, Minn.... 



lAwienoe^ass. 
I>ayton, Ohio... 

Lynn, Mass 

Atlanta, Oa 

Denver, Colo 



Population. 



I 



847^170 

(16, on 

MB,18S 
363, 81» 

360,518 
332,313 
255,138 
233, »58 
216,080 

177,634 
160,146 
156,388 
115,134 
136,508 

133,758 
138,732 
116,340 
115,587 
104,857 

80,758 
88,366 
78,683 
75,066 
43,600 

•82,882 

50,475 
68,281 
56,747 
56,785 

53,688 
61,782 
51,647 
61,031 i 
50,137 1 

48,984 
48,961 
46,887 
45,850 
43,350 

43,278 
42,478 
42,015 
41,658 
41,478 

38,151 

38,678 
38,274 
37,408 
35,629 



1870 



New York, N. Y.'.. 
FhUadetpliIa, Pa... 
Brooklyn, N.Y I... 

St. Louis, Ho 

Cbioago,!]] 



Baltimcra,Hd 

BoBton, Mass 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

New Orleans, La..... 
San Frandsoo, CalU. . 



Buffalo, N.Y 

Washington, D.C. 
Newark, N.J 



liouisvilie, k; 



i,Ky. 
,06io 



Clevdand, 



Pittsburgh, Pa.'.. 
Jersey CftT, N.J. 
Detroit, Mich .... 
Milwaukee, Wis.. 
Albany, N.Y.... 



Frovidenee, R. I .. . 
Rochester, N. Y.... 
Allegheny, Pa.' — 

Ridunond, Va 

New Haven, Conn. 

Charlestan, 8. C 

Indianapolis, Ind... 

Troy, N.Y 

Syracuse, N.Y 

Worcester, Mass.... 



Lowell, Mass 

Memphis, Tenn... 
Cambridge, Mass.. 
Hartford, Conn.... 
Scranton. Fa...... 



Reeding, Pa 

Faterson, N. J.... 
Kansas City, Mo. 

MobUe.Ala 

Toledo, Ohio..... 



Fortland, Me 

Coliunbus, Ohio... 
Wilmington, Del. 

Dayton, Ohio 

Lawrence, Mass... 



Utica, N. y 

Charlestown, Mass.*. 

Savannah, Oa 

Lynn, Man 

I Fall River, Mass 



Populatlao. 



674'^ 
386,089 
810,861 ! 
298,977 

287,354 
350,526 
216,239 
191,418 
149,473 

117,714 
108,199 
106,059 
100,753 
92,829 

86,076 
82,546 
79,577 
71,440 
69,423 

68,904 
63,386 
53,180 
51,038 
•50,840 

48,066 
48,244 
46,465 
43,051 
41,105 

40,928 
40,226 
39,634 
87,180 
35,092 

33,930 
33,579 
32,260 
32,034 
31,584 

31,413 
31,274 
30,811 
30,473 
28.921 

28,804 
88,323 
28,235 
28,233 
26,766 



1880 



New York, N. Y.'. 
Philadelphia, Pa... 
Brooklyn, N.Y»... 

Baltimore, Md 

Boston, Mass 



New Orleans, La.. 
Cincinnati, Ohio.. 

St. Loiiis, Mo 

Chk»go, 111 

BuflJicN. Y 



Newark, N.J 

LouisvUle,Ky 

Albany, N.Y 

Wa^ingtan.D. C... 
San Francisco, Calif.. 



P^o^idenoe, R.I. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.'.. 
Rochester, N. Y.. 
Detroit, MkJl.... 
Milwaukee, Wis.. 



Cleveland, Ohio.... 
Charleston, S. C.... 
New Haven, Conn. 

Troy, N.Y 

Richmond, Va 



tiowell, Mass 

Mobile, Ala 

Jersey City, N.J. 
Hartford, Conn... 
Alle^eny, Pa.'. . 



Syracuse, N.Y 

Portland, Me 

Cambridge, Mass... 
Roxbury, Haas.'. . . 
Charlestown, Mass. 



Worcester, Mass. 

Reading, Pa 

Memphis, Tsun. 
Utica, N.Y... 
New Bedford, 



Savannah, Oa 

Salem, Mass 

WilrnXngton, Del. . 
Manchester, N. H. 
Dayton, Ohio 



Peterson, N. J.... 

Lynn, Mass 

Indianapolis, Ind.. 
Columbus, Ohio... 
Petersburg, Va.... 



Populatlao. 



813,669 
665,528 
266,661 
212,418 
in, 810 

168,675 
161,041 
160,773 
109,260 
81,129 

71,911 
68,033 
62,367 
61,122 
56,802 

50,666 
49,321 
48,201 
45,019 
45,346 

43,417 
40,602 
'3»,M7 
38,335 
37,910 

36,837 
29,258 
39,228 
•29,152 
28,703 

28,119 
26,341 
26,060 
25,137 
25,065 

21,960 
23,162 
22,623 

22,520 
22,300 

22,292 
22,252 
21,258 
20,107 
20,081 

19,586 
19,083 
18,611 
18,554 
18,266 



18W 



New York, N. Y.i 

Baltimore, Md 

Boston, Mass 

Philadelphia, Pa 

New Orleans, La........ 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

ItrookIyn,N. Y» 

St. Lools, Mo 

Spring Qarden, Pa.*...., 
Albany, N.Y 

Northern Liberties, Pa.* 

Kensington, Fa.'. 

Pittsburgh, Fa.'. 

Louis\ilIe, Ky 

Charleston, S. C 

Buffalo, N.Y 

Providence, B. I 

WasUngton, D. C 

Newark, N.J 

Southwark, Pa.* 

RochesHf , N. Y 

San Frandaoo, CaUL . . . . 

Lowell, Mass 

WilllamsburKh,N.Y.*.. 
Chksago, ni 

Trov, N.Y 

Ricnmond, Va 

Moyamensing, Pa.*.»... 

Syracuse, N.Y 

Ailegliany, Pa.' 

Detroit, Mich 

Portland, Me 

Mobile, Ala 

New Haven, Conn 

Salem, Mass 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Roxbury, Mass 

Hartford, Conn 

Columbus, Ohio 

Utica, N.Y 

Charlestown, Mass 

Woromtor, Mass 

Cleveland, Ohio 

New Bedford, Mass 

Reading, Fa 

Savannah, Oa. 

Combrklge, Mass 

Uangor, He 

Norfolk, Va 

Lynn, Mass 



Population. 



515,547 
160,054 
136,881 
131,376 
116,375 

115,436 
96, m 
77,860 
58,894 
50,763 

47,323 
46,774 
46,601 
43;i»4 
42,986 

43,381 
41,iU 
40,001 
38,804 
38,798 

36,403 
'34,776 
33,383 
30,780 
20,963 

38,785 
27,570 
26,979 
22,271 
21,262 

21,019 
20,815 
20,515 
•20,345 
30,364 

20,061 
18, 3M 
•17,966 
17,882 
17,565 

17,216 
17,049 
17,034 
10,443 
15,743 

15,312 
15,215 
14,432 
14,326 
14,257 



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3 

3 

4 
6 

« 
7 
8 

10 

II 
12 
13 
14 
16 

10 
IT 
18 
1» 
30 

31 
33 
23 
34 
36 

28 
27 
28 
29 
SO 

31 
32 
33 
34 

39 

38 
37 
38 
38 
40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
46 

46 
47 
48 
49 
SO 



• Poptilatian of town, including city; town and city not returned separately. 

• Annexed to Boston m 1S74. 

• Annexed to Boston in 1867. 



* Annexed to Fhlladelpbia in 1854. 

' According to state census ol 1852; returns for 1850 destroyed by fire. 

• Annexed to Brooklyn in 1864. 



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Table 48.— POPULATION OP CITIES HAVING, IN l»20, 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE, 18604920, Aifj) decESNUL 

INCREASE. 1900-1920. 

{Except as explained in footnotes, population shown (or each eeosns year does not Inelnde that ot territory snbsequently annexed. For oamiMratlTe figures tor earlier 
ywia than thooe shown In thla table, see Reports o( the Twelfth Census, 1900, Vol. I, Table 8, p. 430, and Table 7, p. 434.] 

. [A minus sign (— ) denotes decrease.) 



Birmingham. 

MobUe 

Montgomery . 



Phoenix. 



Fort Smith.. 
UttleBock. 



AlamedA 

Berkeley 

Fresno 

Long Beach 

Los Angeles.... 

Oakland 

Pasadena 

Sacramento 

San Diego 

SanFraodsco.. 

San^ose 

Stockton 



COLOXADO. 



Colofado Springs '. 

Denver 

Pueblo. 



coNKScncirr. 



Bridgeport.... 

Hartford 

Merlden 

New Britain.. 
New Haven... 
New London. 

Norwalk> 

Stamford 

Waterbury.... 



DELAWABE. 



'Wilmington 

DISTRICT or COLUMBU. 

Washington' 



Jacksonville. 

Miami 

Pensacola.... 
Tampa 



Atlanta.... 
Augusta. . . 
Columbus.. 

Macon 

Savannah.. 



Aurora 

Bloomington 

Chicago 

Cicero town 

Danville 

Decatur 

East St. Ixwis.... 

Elgin 

Evanston 

JoUet 

Moline 

Oak Park Tillage.. 
Peoria 

Suincy 
ock Island 

Bockford 

SpringBeld 



POPCIATTOX. 



IMO 



UIO 



178, »» 

eo,Tn 

43, «U 



2B^0S3 



28,870 
66,142 



28,806 

56,096 

49,086 

S5,SS3 

576,873 

216,261 

49,354 

65,906 

74,683 

$06,676 

39,642 

40,296 



30,106 

256,491 

43,060 



143,555 
138,036 
29^867 
59,316 
162,537 
25,888 
27,743 
35,096 
91,715 



110^168 
437,671 



l29,57i1 

Tt/OJS- 

51,608 



200,618 
52,548 
31,125 
52,995 
83,252 



36,397 
28,725 
2, 701, 705 
44,995 
33,776 
43,818 
66,767 
27, 4M 
37^234 
38,442 
30,734 
39,858 
76,121 
36,978 
35,177 
65,651 
69,183 



132^685 
51,521 
38,136 



11,134 



23,975 
45,941 



23,383 

40,434 

24,802 

17,809 

319, 198 

150,174 

30,291 

44,696 

39,578 

416, 912 

28,946 

23^253 



29,078 
213,381 
•41,747 



102,054 
98,915 
27,265 
43,916 

133,609 
19,659 
6,954 
25,138 
73,141 



87,411 
331,069 



57,699 
5,471 
22,982 
37,782 



154,839 

41,040 
20,554 
40,665 
65,064 



29,807 
25,768 
2,185,283 
14,537 
27,871 
31,140 
58,547 
25,976 
24,978 
34,670 
24,199 
19,444 
66,950 
36,587 
24,335 
45,401 
51,678 



38,415 
3^469 
30^346 



5,644 



11,587 
38,307 



16,464 
13,214 
12; 470 
2:262 

101^479 
66,960 
9,117 
29^282 
17,700 

342,782 
21,500 
17,506 



21,085 
133,899 
28,157 



70,996 
79,850 
24,296 
25,998 
106,027 
17,548 
6,125 
1^997 
45,859 



76,508 
278^718 



28,429 

1,681 

17, 747 

15,839 



89,872 
39,441 
17,614 
23,272 
54,244 



24,147 
23,286 
1,698,575 
16,310 
16,354 
20,754 
29,655 
22,433 
19,259 
29,353 
17,248 



56,100 
36,232 
19,493 
31,051 
34,159 



tSM 



26,178 
31,076 
21,883 



3,152 



ILSIl 
2^871 



11, 165 

5,101 

10,818 

564 

50,395 

48,682 

4,882 

26,386 

16,150 

298,997 

18,060 

14,424 



11,140 
106, 713 
24,558 



48,866 
53,230 
21,652 
1^519 
81,298 
13,757 
(•) 



28,646 
61,431 

230^392 
17,201 



11,730 
5,532 



65,533 
33,300 
17,303 
22,746 
43,189 



19,088 
20^484 
1,099,830 
10,204 
11, 491 
16,841 
15,169 
17,823 
(•) 

23,264 
12,000 



41,024 
31,494 
13,634 
23,584 
24,963 



18S0 



3,066 
29,133 
16,713 



3,099 
13,138 



5,708 

"i,"ii2' 



11,183 
34,555 



21,420 
2,637 
23^959 
1^567 
10^282 



4,226 
35,629 
3,217 



27,643 
42^015 
15,540 
11,800 
4 62; 882 
10; 537 
5,308 



17,806 



4^478 



177,624 



7,650 



6,845 
720 



37,409 
21,891 
10,123 
12, 749 
30,709 



11,873 
17,180 
503,183 
5,182 
7,733 
9,547 
9,185 
8,787 
4,400 
11,657 
7,800 



29,259 
27,268 
11,659 
13,129 
19,743 



1870 



3^034 
10; 688 



2,237 
12; 380 



1,557 



5,728 
10; 500 



16,283 

^300 

140,473 

9,089 

10,066 



4,750 



18,969 
37,180 



<50;840 
9; 576 



10; 826 



30; 841 



109,199 



6,912 



3,347 
796 



21,789 
15,389 
7,401 
10, SIO 
28,235 



11,162 
14,390 
298,977 
1,545 
4,751 
7,161 
5,644 
5,441 



7,263 
4,166 



22,849 
24,032 
7,890 
11,019 
17,364 



1860 



»,258 
8,843 



1,533 
3,727 



460 



4,385 
1,543 



13,785 

731 

56; 802 



3,679 



•13,299 
•29,153 



•39; 267 

miw 



21,258 



61,122 



2; 118 



2,876 



9,554 
12,493 
9,621 
8,247 
22,292 



«. 
7, 
109, 
1, 
1, 
3, 



2,797 



ISfiO 



20,516 
8,728 



964 
3; 167 



1,610 



6; 820 
V3V776' 



•7,580 
•1^966 



•20; 345 
8,991 



13,979 



40,001 



1,045 



2,164 



2,572 

5,942 
5,720 
15,312 



1,594 
29,963 



736 



2,639 



5,095 
6,902 
1,711 



4,533 



1910-1920 



Number. 



46»121 
^256 
^33g 



17,919 



4,896 
19,301 



5,433 
15,603 
30; 194 
37,784 
257,475 
66,087 
15,063 
31,212 
35,105 
80,764 
10; 696 
17,043 



1,027 

43,110 

1,303 



41,501 
39,121 

2,602 
15,400 
28,932 

6,029 
20; 789 

9,958 
18,574 



2^757 



106,602 



33,899 

24,100 

8,053 

13,826 



45,777 
11,508 

10, 571 
12,330 

18,188 



6,590 

2,937 

516,422 

30,438 
5,905 

12,678 
8,220 
1,478 

12,256 
3,772 
6,535 

20,414 
9,171 
-609 

10,842 

20,250 
7,505 



Per 
cent. 



34.8 
18,0 
14.0 



16a 9 



20i4 
41.8 



23.2 
38.6 
81.1 
31Z3 
8a7 
44.0 
«.7 
47.5 
88.7 
31.5 
37.0 
73.3 



3.5 
2a2 
XI 



40.7 
39.6 
9.5 
35.1 
21.7 
30.7 
299.0 
39.6 
2&4 



26.0 



32.2 



58.7 

440.5 

35.0 

36.6 



29.6 
28.0 
51.4 
30.3 
28.0 



22.1 
11.6 
23.6 

209.1 
21.2 
4a7 
14.0 
5.7 
49.1 
10 9 
27.0 

105.0 
13.7 

-1.7 
44.6 
44.6 
14.5 



1900-1910 



Nimiber. 



94,270 
13,062 
7,790 



gySOO 



^ 



634 



6,919 

»,220 

II422 

15557 

216,719 

83,214 

21, 174 

15,414 

21,878 

71130 

^446 

!;747 



7,993 
79,522 
13,590 



31,058 
19; 065 

i969 
1^918 
2^678 

^111 
829 

9; 141 
27,282 



10; 903 



5*351 



29; 270 
3,790 
5,235 

21,»4S 



64,967 

?940 
17,393 
10; 820 



5,680 

2,482 

486,708 

-1,753 

11,517 

10,386 

28,892 

3,543 

5,719 

5,317 

6,951 



10,890 
335 

4,842 
14,350 
17,319 



Per 
cent. 



249w4 
33.9 

2S.7 



IOQlS 



106.0 
19.9 



42.0 
2D6.0 
99.e 
6908 
21L5 
124.3 
233.2 
53.6 
133.0 
31. S 
34.S 
33.8 



37.9 
50.4 
48.8 



43.7 
33.9 
13.3 
68.9 
23.7 
13.0 
13.5 
57.1 
59.5 



14.3 



18.8 



103.0 

225.5 

39.5 

138,5 



72.3 
4.1 

16.7 
74.7 
19.9 



23.4 
10.7 
28.7 
-10.7 
70.4 
50.0 
07.4 
1&8 
29.7 
18.1 
4a3 



19.3 
a9 
24.8 
46.3 
51.3 



> Population as reported by state census of 1862: returns for San Francisco (or 
1850 were destroyed by fire. 

> Colorado City and Colorado Springs city consolidated since 1910. Combined 
population: 1910, 33,411; 1900, 23,999: 1890, 12,938; 1880, 4,573. Colorado city not 
returned separately at earlier censuses. 

'The population in 1910 shown for Pueblo in the Tliirteentb Census reports 
Includes the population of certain territory outside the city limits. The population 
of this ares was 3,531 in 1930 and 2,648 in 1910. The combined population of the 
dty of Pueblo and of this outside area was 45,581 in 1920 and 44395 in 1910. The 
area In question was not returned separately tn 1900 and earlier census years. 



< Population n( town. Including city; town and dtv not returned separately. 

' Norwalk and South Norwalk dtlex consolldatea and made coextensive with 
Norwalk town since 1910; combined population, 15,923 in 1910 and 12,716 in 1900. 

■ Not returned separstelv. 

' Population as returned from 1880 to 1920 is for the District of Columbia, with 
which the dty of Washington is now coextensive. 

• Not returned separately in 1850; population in 1852, according to a census takm 
by local autbortUes, 10.217. 



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Tabw 48.— population OF CirnSS HAVING, IN 1920, 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE, l850-i920, AND DECENNIAL 

INCREASE, 1900-1920— Continued. 

(K^sapt as •xpUiDad In (ootoot^ populatioa shown (or well census year does not include that of tenitorr subsequently annexed. For oompacatlve floiras (or earlier 
yean than thcae shovn In tbls table, see Beports o( the TweUth Census, 1900, VoL t. Table S, p. iaa, and Table 7, p. 434.] 

[X minasaisii (—) denotes decrease.] 



Anderson 

East Chicago. . 

£van5villc 

Fort Wayne.., 

Oary 

Hammond 

Indianapolis . . 

Kokomu 

Mundc 

Hichmond 

South Bend... 
Tecre Haute... 



Cedar Rapids . . 
Council BlufTs. . 

l>avenport 

Bes Moines 

Dubuque 

Sioux City 

Waterlott. 



Kansas City.. 

Topeka 

Wichita 



K£NTUCKY. 



CoYlnxton.. 
Lexiuj^tou. 
Louisville.. 
Newport... 



LOUISIANA.. 



New Orleans. 
Sbrm'eport... 



Banitor — 
Lewiston.. 
Portland. . 



UARYLASU. 



Baltimore — 
Cumberland. 
Bagerstomii. . 



MASSACHVSETTS. 



Boston' 

Brocl^ton 

Brooidine town •.. 

Cambridge 

Chelsea 

Chicopee 

Everett 

FaU River 

Fitchburg 

Haverhill. 

Holyoke 

Lawrence 

Low^ 

Lynn 

Maiden 

Medford 

New Bedford 

Newton 

PittsBeld 

Quiney ■. .. 

Revere 

Salem 

Bomerville 

BpriiiKQeld... 

"raunton 

Waltham 

Worcester 



POPDV^TION. 



inc. 



29,767 
35,967 
85,264 
88,549 
55,378 
36,001 
314,194 
30,067 
36,524 
26,765 
70,983 



45,566 
36,162 
56,727 
126,468 
39, 141 
71,227 
36,230 



101, 177 
60,022 
72, 217 



57, 121 

41,534 

234,891 

29,317 

387,219 
43,874 



25,978 
31, 791 
69,272 



733,826 

29,837 
28,064 



748,060 
66,264 
37,748 

109,694 
43,184 
36,214 
40,120 

120,485 
41,029 
53,S»1 
60,203 
94,270 

112,759 
99,148 
49,103 
39,038 

121,217 
46,054 
41,763 
47,876 
28,823 
42,829 
93,091 

129,614 
37,137 
30,915 

179,751 



Battle Creek 36,164 

Bay City , ' 47,664 

Detroit ' 993,678 

Flint 91,599 

Orand Rapid.'! j 137,634 



Hamtramck village 
Highland Fark 

Jack-son 

Kataunsxoo 



191« 



■uskegon. . . 

Ponttac 

Pert Huron. 
HMlniw 



48,615 
46,499 
48,374 
48,487 
«7,3» I 
38,570 
34,273 
25,944 I 
61,903 I 



22,476 
19,098 
69,517 
63,933 
16,802 
20,925 
233,650 
17,010 
21,005 
22.324 
53,684 
68,157 



32,811 
29,292 
43,028 
86,368 
38,491 
47,828 
26,693 



82,331 
43,684 
52,450 



53,270 
35,099 
223,928 
30,300 



339,075 
28,015 



24,803 
28,247 
68,571 



558,485 
21,839 
16,507 



670,585 
56,878 
27,792 

1(M,839 
32,452 
25,401 
33,484 

119,205 
37,826 
44,115 
57,730 
85,892 

106, 2»1 
80,336 
44,404 
23,150 
96,652 
39,806 
32,121 
32,842 
18,219 
4,1,697 
77,236 
88,926 
34,269 
27,834 

145,986 



25,267 
45,166 
485,786 
38,550 
112,571 
3,559 
4,120 

31, 4;« 

39,437 
31,229 
24,082 
14,532 
18,883 
SO, MO 



ItM 



20,178 
3,411 
59,007 
45, 115 



12,376 
169,164 
10,609 
20,942 
18,226 
35,999 
36,673 



25,656 
25,802 
35,254 

62,139 
36,297 
33,111 
12,580 



51,418 
33,608 
24,671 



42,938 
26,369 
204,731 
28,301 



287,104 
16,013 



21,850 
23,761 
50,145 



508,957 
17,128 
13,501 



560,892 
40,063 
19,935 
91,886 
34,072 
19, 167 
24,336 

104,863 
31,, Wl 
37, 175 
45,712 
62, 5.i9 
94, 9(i9 
6S, .513 
33,661 
18,244 
62,442 
33,587 
21,766 
23,889 
10,395 
35,9oli 
61,643 

62, aw 

31,036 
23,481 
118,421 



18,563 

27,628 

285,704 

13, lat 

87,565 



18W> 



427 
25,180 
24,404 
1«,48S 
20,818 
9,789 
19,158 
42,346 



1880 



10, 741 

1,255 

60.756 

35,393 



5,428 
105,436 

S.261 
11.345 
16,608 
21,819 
30,217 



18,020 
21, 474 
26,872 
50,093 
30,311 
37,806 
6,674 



38,316 
31,007 
23,853 



37,371 
21,567 
161, 129 
24,918 



242,039 
11,979 



19,103 
21, 701 
36,425 



434,439 
12,729 
10, 118 



448,477 
27,294 
12,103 
70,028 
27,909 
14,060 
11,068 
74,398 
22,037 
27,412 
35,637 
44,654 
77,696 
55,727 
23,031 
11,079 
40, 7;« 
24,379 
17,281 
16,723 
5,668 
30,801 
40,152 
44,179 
25,448 
18,707 
84,855 



13,197 
27,839 
205,870 
9,803 
60,278 



29,280 
28,880 



20,798 
17^853 
13^102 
22,702 
6,200 
U,S43 
48,322 



75,056 
4,042 
5,219 
12,742 
13,280 
26,042 



10,104 
18,063 
21,831 
22,408 
22,254 
7,366 
5,630 



3,200 
15,452 
4,911 



29,720 

16,666 

123,758 

20,433 



216,090 
8,009 



16,866 
19,083 
33,810 



332,313 
10,698 
8,627 



362,839 
13,608 

8,057 
52,669 
21,782 
11,286 

4,159 
48,961 
12,429 
18,472 
21, 915 
39,151 
69,475 
38,274 
12, 017 

7,573 
26,845 
16,995 
13,364 
10, 570 

2,26:; 

27,563 
24,933 
33,340 
21,213 
11,712 
58,291 



7,063 
20,093 
116,340 

8,409 
32,016 



1870 



3,126 



21,830 
17,718 



16, 105 

11,937 
8,319 

11,282 
4,509 
8,883 

10,625 



48,244 
2,177 
2,992 
9,445 
7,206 

16,103 



5,940 
10,020 
20,038 
12,035 
18,434 
3,401 
4,337 



5,790 



24,505 

14,801 

100,753 

15,087 



191,418 
4,607 



18,289 
13,600 
31,413 



267,354 
8,056 
5,779 



250,526 

8,007 

6,650 

39,634 

IS 547 

9,607 

2,220 

20,766 

11,260 

13, 092 

10,733 

28,921 

40, 92.S 

28,233 

7,367 

5,717 

21,320 

12,825 

11,112 

7,442 

1,197 

24, 117 

14,685 

26,703 

18,629 

9,065 

41,105 



79, 

6, 
16, 



1860 



1,196 



11,4»1 



18,611 
1,040 
1,782 
6.603 
3,S32 
8,594 



1,830 
2,011 

11,267 
3,965 

13,000 



759 



16,471 
9,321 
68,033 
10,046 



168,675 
2,190 



16,407 

7,424 

26,341 



212,418 
4,078 
4,132 



177,840 
6,584 
5,164 
26.000 
13.395 
7,261 



14,026 

7,805 

9,995 

4,997 

17,639 

3U,S27 

19,083 

5,.'«5 

4,842 

22,300 

8,382 

8,045 

0,778 

921 

22,252 

8,025 

15,199 

15,376 

6,397 

24,960 



(>) 

1,583 
45,619 
2,950 

8,085 



4,799 
6,000 
3,074 



4,371 

i,ew 



ISoO 



383 



3,235 
4,282 I 



8,091 



666 
1,443 
1,852 
4,051 



1,848 



43,1 



21,019 
'"2,'686' 



2,383 
2,507 



8,108 



9,408 
,191 



116,375 
1,728 



14,432 
3,584 

20,815 



169,054 
6,073 
3,879 



136,881 
3,939 
2,516 
15,216 
6,701 
8,291 



1910-1920 



1900-1010 



Number. 



11,524 
5,120 
5,877 
3,245 
8,282 

33,383 

14,257 
3,520 
3,749 

16,443 
6,258 
5,872 
5,017 
935 

20,264 
3,540 

11,766 

10,441 
4,464 

17,049 



1,061 



7,291 
16,889 
15,817 
22,618 
38,576 
15,079 
80,544 
13,057 
12,519 

4,441 
17,299 

7,926 



12,755 
6, >70 

13,699 

40,100 
647 

23,399 
9,537 



18,846 
6,338 
19,767 



3,851 
6,435 
10,963 
-992 



48,144 
15,859 



1,175 
5,544 
10, 701 



175,341 
7,998 
11,557 



77,475 

9,376 

9,956 

4,855 

10,732 

10, 813 

6,636 

1,190 

3,203 

9,769 

2,473 

8,378 

6,465 

9,812 

1,699 

15,888 

24,565 

6,248 

9,642 

15,234 

10,604 

-1,168 

15,855 

40,688 

2,S78 

3,081 

33,768 



10,887 
2,388 
527,912 
53,049 
25,063 
45,056 
42, .179 
16,941 

^oeo 

2K0S8 
12^508 
19,741 
7,081 
11,303 



Per 
cent. 



3-2.4 
8S.3 
22.4 
35.4 
229.6 
72.1 
34.5 
76.8 
52.2 
19.9 
32.2 
13.6 



3S.9 
23.5 
31.8 
46.4 
1.7 
48.9 
35.7 



22.9 
11.5 
37.7 



7.2 

18.3 

4.9 

-3.3 



14.2 
56.6 



4.7 
21.1 
18.3 



31.4 
36.6 
70.0 



11.6 

16.5 

35.8 

4.6 

33.1 

42.6 

19.8 

1.0 

8.5 

22.1 

4.3 

9.8 

6.1 

u.o 

10.6 
68.6 
25.4 
15.7 
30.0 
46.7 
58.2 
-2.7 
20.5 
45.8 
8.4 
11. 1 
23.1 



43.1 

5.3 

Hi 3 

l:!7. 6 

22.3 

266.0 

028.6 

53.9 

22.0 

83.8 

52.0 

138. B 

37.5 

22.6 



Number. 



2,298 
15,687 
10,640 
18, 818 



8,.vig 

61,486 
6,401 
3,063 
4,098 
17,685 
21,484 



7,155 
3,490 
7,774 
24,229 
2,197 
14,717 
14,113 



30,913 
10,076 
27^779 



10,332 
8,730 

19,197 
2,008 



51,971 
12,008 



2,953 
2,486 
8,426 



49,528 
4,711 
2,916 



100,693 

16,815 

7,857 

12,953 

-1,620 

6,231 

9,148 

14,432 

6,295 

6,940 

12,018 

23,333 

11,325 

20,823 

10,740 

4,906 

34,210 

6,219 

10,355 

8,743 

7,824 

7,741 

15,593 

26,867 

3,223 

4,353 

27,565 



6,704 
17,538 
180,062 
25,447 
25,006 



3,693 
6,253 
16,033 
14,744 
3,244 
4,763 
-295 
8,165 



Per 



11.4 

459.9 

18.0 

41.7 



69.1 
3&1 
6a3 
14.8 
22.5 
49.1 
58.8 



27.9 
13.5 
22.1 
39.0 
6.1 
44.4 
112.2 



eai 
3ao 

112.0 



24X 

33.1 

9.4 

7.1 



18.1 
7&0 



13.5 
10.5 
16.8 



9.7 
27.5 
21.5 



19.6 
42.0 
39.4 
14.1 
-4.8 
32.5 
37.8 
13.8 

2ao 

18.7 
26.1 
37.3 
11.9 
30.4 
31.9 
26.9 
54.8 
18.6 
47.6 
36.0 
75.1 
21.5 
25.3 
43^3 
10.4 
1&5 
23.3 



38,1 

63.6 
63.0 
194.2 

28.6 



864.9 
24.8 
81. ft 
W.4 
15.6 
48.« 

-1.5 
U.S 



* Unincorporated. 
> Mot ntunied sepaiately. 

' Hyd* Parle town annexed to Beaton city slnoe 1910. 
Ntnniad lepatately at earUer censuses. 



Combined population: 1910, 686,093; 1900, 574,136; 1890. 458,870; 1880, 360,927; 1870, 254,663. Hyde Park not 



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Tabib 48.— population OF CITIES HAVING. IN 1920, 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE, 1860-1920, AND DECENNIAL 

INCREASE. 1900-1920— Continued. 

(Bzoept as explained In kxitnotes, population shown Ibr each census year does not Include that of terrltorr snbseqnentlv annexed. Vor oomparaf re flniHa for eorlkr 
yaara than those shown In this table, see Reports of the Twelfth Census, 1900, Vol. I, Table C, p. 430, and Table 7, p. 434.] 

[A minusstgn (— ) danotesdecrease.) 



HnnntsoTA. 



Duluth 

Minneapolis. 
St. Paul..... 



JopUn 

Kansas aty. 
St. Joseph.... 

St. Louis 

Springfleld... 



Butte. 



NEBRASKA. 



Tincoln.. 
Omaha' . 



Manchester. 
Nashua 



NKW JKBSXT. 



Atlantic aty 

Bayonne 

Camden 

Clifton 

East Orann 

Eliiabeth 

Hoboken 

Irrlnfcton town 

Jersey aty 

Kearnvtown 

Uontclair town 

New Brunswick 

Newark 

Orange 

Passaic 

Peterson 

Perth Amboy 

Plainfleld 

Tnnton 

West Hoboken town. . . 
West New York town. 



NEW TOBK. 



Albany 

Amsterdam 

Auburn 

Binchamton. 

Bunalo 

Bbniia 

Jamestown 

Kingston 

Moont Vernon 

New Rocbdle 

Now York* 

Manhattan borough. 

Bronx borough 

Brooklyn borougfa... 

Queens borough 

Richmond borougfa . . 

Newbundi , 

Niagara Fails 

Pouchkoepste 

Rocheeter 

Rome , 

SclMiectady 



Syracuse. 
Troy 



oy. 
Utioa. 
Watertown.. 
Yonkers 



NOSTR CASOLIMA. 



AalieviDe 

Oiarlotte 

Wilmington 

Winston-Salem ' . 



POPCtATION. 



I»SO 



98,917 
380, AS2 
234, C98 



29,902 
324,410 

77^939 
772,897 

30,031 



41,611 



64,948 
191,601 



78,384 
28,379 



50,707 
78,754 

116,309 
26,470 
50,710 
95,783 
68,166 
25,480 

208,103 
26,724 
28,810 
32,779 

414,524 
33,268 
63,841 

135,875 
41,707 
27,700 

119,289 
40,074 
29,926 



113,344 
33,524 
36^192 
66,800 

606,776 
45,393 
38,917 
26,688 
42,726 
36^213 
5,620,048 
2,284,1(13 

7X^016 
2,018,356 

469,042 

11^531 
30^360 
5^760 
3^000 

295,-750 
26,341 
SSL 723 

171,717 
72; 013 
94,156 
31,286 

100; 178 



28,504 
4&338 
^373 
«,3K 



1910 



78, «6 
301,408 
214,744 



32,073 
248,381 

7^403 
687,029 

35,201 



39,165 



43,073 
124,096 



70,063 
26,006 



46,150 
56,545 
94,538 



34,371 
73,409 
70,324 
11,877 

267,779 
18,659 
21,550 
23,388 

347,469 
29,630 
54,773 

125,600 
32, 121 
20,550 
96,815 
35,403 
13,560 



100,253 
31,267 
34,668 
48,443 

423,715 
37,176 
31,297 
25.908 
30^919 
28,867 
4,766,883 
2; 331, 542 

430,980 
1,634,351 

284,041 
85,969 
27,805 
30,445 
37,936 

21^149 
20; 497 
7Z826 

13^249 
76,813 
74,419 
26,730 
79; 803 



18; 762 

2^748 
• 2^700 



1900 



52,969 
208,718 
163,065 



26,023 
163,752 
102,979 
575,238 

23,267 



30,470 



40,160 
103,565 



56,987 
23,898 



27,838 
32,722 
75,985 



21,506 
52,130 
59,364 
5,255 

206,433 
10,896 
13,962 
20,006 

246,070 
24,141 
27,777 

105, 171 
17,609 
15, .369 
73,307 
23,094 
5,207 



94,151 
20,929 
30,345 
39,647 

352,387 
35,672 
22,892 
24,535 
21,228 
14,720 
3,437,202 
1,850,093 

200,507 
1, les, 582 

152,999 
67,021 
24,943 
19,457 
24,029 

162; 008 
14343 
31,682 

108,374 
60,651 
56,383 
21,696 
47^931 



14,694 

18,091 

30; 976 

•13,660 



1890 



33,115 
164,738 
133,156 



9,943 
132,716 
62,324 

451,770 
21,850 



10,723 



56,154 
140,452 



44,126 
19,311 



13,065 
19,033 
58,313 



37,764 
43,648 
(•5 
163,008 



18,603 
181,830 
18,844 
13,028 
78,347 
9,512 
11,267 
57,458 



94,923 

17,336 

25,858 

35,005 

355,664 

30,893 

16,038 

21,261 

10,830 

9,067 

2, 507, 414 

1,441,216 

88,908 

838,547 

87,050 

51,693 

23,087 



2^206 
133,896 
14,991 
19,902 
88,143 
60,996 
44,007 
14,725 
S2;083 



10; 235 

11,657 

20,096 

'10,729 



1880 



46,887 
41,473 



7,038 

55,785 

32,4S1 

350,518 

6,622 



13,003 
30,518 



32,630 
13,397 



5,477 
9,372 
41,669 



28,229 

30,999 

1,677 

120,722 



17,166 
136,508 

13,207 
6,532 

61,031 
4,808 
8,125 

29,910 



90,758 

9,466 

21,924 

15^317 

15^134 

20,541 

9,357 

18,344 

4,586 

6,276 

1,911,698 

1,164,673 

51,980 

599,495 

56,550 

38,991 

18,049 



20,207 
89,366 
12,194 
13,655 
61,792 
56,747 
33,914 
10; 697 
18,802 



%«16 

^094 

17^350 

>4,194 



1870 



3,131 
13,066 
20,080 



32,360 

19,565 

310,864 

6,565 



16,063 



33,636 
10,543 



1,043 



20,045 



20,832 
20,297 



82,546 



15,058 

103,059 

9,348 



33.579 
2,861 
5,095 

22,874 



60,432 

6,426 

17,225 

1^692 

11^714 

15; 863 

5,336 

6,315 

2,700 

3,915 

1, 478, 1G3 

9^292 

3^393 

419,921 

45,468 

33,029 

17,014 



20,080 
62,386 
11,000 
11,028 
43,061 
46,465 
28,804 
9,336 



1,400 

4,473 

13,446 

•443 



18m 



80 
2,564 
10,401 



4,418 

8,983 

160,773 



1,883 



30,107 
10,066 



687 



14,358 



11,567 
9,662 



39,226 



11,256 

71,941 

8,877 



19,686 
2,302 
3,224 

17,228 



3,519 
1, 174, 779 
813,669 
23,593 
279,122 
32,903 
35,492 



14,726 
48,204 



9,579 
38,119 
39^335 
32,529 



^265 
9,553 



1850 



1,112 



77,860 
415 



13,932 
5,820 



9,479 



6,856 



«,894 



6,461 



63,307 


50,763 


10,986 
8,325 
81,129 


9,548 
""42,'26i" 


3,155 









1910-1920 



Number. 



2,458 

696,115 

515,547 

8,032 

138,882 

18,598 

15,061 



36^403 



8,921 
22,271 
31^7% 
17,566 



1,066 
7,264 



20,451 
79,174 
19,954 



-2,171 

76,029 

536 

85,868 

4,430 



2,446 



10.975 
67,506 



8,331 
3,374 



4,557 
21,309 
31,771 



16,339 

33,374 
-2,158 

13,608 

30,324 
8,065 
7,260 
9,391 

67,055 
3,638 
9,068 

10,275 
9,586 
7,150 

22,474 
4,671 

16,366 



13,091 
3,257 
1,524 

18,357 

83,060 

8,217 

7,620 

780 

11,807 

7,346 

8.'% 165 

-"•iSS 

301,038 

384,005 

l«5,00l 

30^662 

2; 561 

2£315 

3064 

77^601 

^844 

15^897 

34,468 

-4,800 

19,737 

4,556 

30,373 



9,742 
13,324 

Y.SU 
36,666 



Per 

oent. 



1900-1910 



Number. 



26.1 
38.3 
K3 



-fl.8 
3a6 

a7 

13.5 
13.6 



&3 



25.0 
64.4 



11.9 
91.1 



9.9 
38.2 
23.0 



47.5 

3a5 

-3.1 
114.6 
11.3 
43.2 
33.7 
402 
19.3 
12.3 
16.6 
&2 
29.8 
348 
23.2 
13.2 
12tt7 



13.1 
7.2 
4.4 
37.9 
19i6 
22.1 
24.3 
3.0 
38.2 
25.4 
17.9 

-2.0 
69.8 
23.5 
65.1 
35.6 
9.2 
66.7 
25.3 
3S.6 
28.5 
21.8 
25.1 

-8.2 
26.5 
17.0 
25.5 



51.9 
36.2 
29.6 
113.2 



25,497 
98,696 
61,679 



6,060 

84,629 

-25,576 

111,701 

11,934 



8,606 



3,804 
21,641 



13, ore 

.2,107 



18,312 
^823 
18,803 



12,865 
21,279 
10,960 

6,622 
61,346 

7,783 

7,588 

3,382 
101,399 

5,489 
26,996 
20,429 
14,422 

5,181 
23,508 
12,309 

8,293 



6,102 

10,338 

4,323 

8; 796 

71,328 

1,504 

8,405 

1,373 

9,691 

1^147 

1,329; 681 

481,449 

230.473 

467,769 

131,042 

18,948 

2,862 

10,988 

3,907 

6^541 

5^154 

41,144 

2^875 

16,162 

^034 
31,872 



1&^ 
4772 
9,060 



Per 
cent. 



48.1 
4817 
31.7 



23.2 
51.7. 
-24.8 
19.4 
61.3 



28.5 



9.5 
31.0 



22.9 
8.8 



65.8 
6917 
34.6 



50:8 
4aL8 
1&5 

126.0 
29.7 
7L2 
54.3 
16.9 
41.2 
22.7 
07.2 
19.4 
81.5 
33.7 
33.1 
53.3 

157. » 



6.* 
4914 
14.2 
22.2 
20^2 

4.2 
36.7 

5.6 
45.7 
96.1 
38.r 
26.0 
114. » 
40.1 
85.8^ 
28.8 
11. & 
56. » 
16.3 
34.2 
33.8 
129. » 
36.« 
38.8 
33.0 
28.2 
66.^ 



27.7 

88.a 

22.7 
66.S 



< Excludes DiUuth vQIage (population, 2,645), which was set apart by act of legislature Feb. 23, 1877, but which again became part of dty by act of Mar. 2, 188T. 

< Not returned separately. 

• Omaha and South Omaha cities consolidated smce 1910. Combined population: 1910, 150,355; 1900, 128,656; 1890, 148,614. South Omaha not returned sep». 
Catety at earlier censuses. 

• Population shown is for New York and Its boroughs as now constituted. 

• Winston dty and Salem town consolidated as Winston-Salem since 1910. Figures shown tor 1910, 1900, 1890, and 1880 represent combined popoiatien of Wlnstoa 
and Salem; population given for 1870 is that of Winston alone. 



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TABt« 48.— POPULATION OF CITIBS HAVING, IN 1920, 25,000 INHABITANTS OE MORE, 1850-1920, AND DECENNIAL 

INCREASE, 1900-1920— Continued. 

[Ssoapt as cxpWlMd in tootooUs, popnlation shown lor each cvuus year does not Include that of teiritoir subseqaentljr annexed. For oompaiatlve figuivs (or earlier 
yean than Ihoee shown in this talde, see Beports of the Twelfth Census, 1800, Vol. I, Tabled p. 430, and Table 7, p. Ol.] ' 

[A minus sign (—) denotes decrease.] 



Akron 

Canton , 

Cincinnati 

CISTtiand 

Columbus. 

Oavton 

East Cleveland.. 

Hamilton 

Lakewood 

lima 

Lorain 

Mansfield 

Marion 

Newark 

Portsmouth 

Springfield 

Steubenville. — 

Toledo 

Warren 

Yonn^own 

Zknesville 



Muskogee* 

Oklahoma City'. 
Tuba* 



Portland. 



PEMNSTLVAmi. 



Allen town . . . 

Altoona 

Bethlehem > . 

Chester 

£aston 

Erie.. 



BatTisburg 

Uazleton 

Johnstown 

l«ncaster, 

McKeesport 

Newcastle 

Norrlstown borough . 

Philadelphia 

Plte8bargh< 



Scran ton 

Wilkes-Barre. 
WllliBmspart. 
York 



BHODE ISLAND. 



Craoston 

Newport 

Pawtucket... 
ProvideDCe... 
Woonsocket.. 



SOVTB CASOUNl. 



Charleston. 
Ootumbia.. 



SOlrtH DAKOTA.. 



Sioux Falls.. 



TENNISSBE. 



<%attanooga.. 
Knor\-Ule.... 
ICotuiphlB* • . . . 
NasbTlUe..... 



Austin 

Beaumont 

Dallas 

ElPaso 

Port Worth... 

Galveston 

Houston 

San Antonio... 

Waco 

Wichita Falls. 



Ogden 

Salt Lake City. 



POPOULTIOH. 



1920 1910 1900 ISeO 1880 1870 1860 18d0 



20&43S 
87^091 
401,247 
796, Ml 
237,031 
1S^&S9 
27,292 
39^679 
41,732 
41,326 
3^295 
2^824 
2^891 
26,718 
33,011 
60,840 
28,508 
243,164 
27,050 
132,358 
29,569 



30,277 
91,285 
72; 076 



268,288 



73,502 
60^331 
50^358 
58,030 
33,813 
93,372 
75,917 
32,277 
67,327 
53,160 
48,781 
44,938 
33,319 
,823,779 

1071784 
137,783 
73,833 
36,198 
47,512 



29,407 
30,255 
64,248 
237,596 
43,496 



67,967 
37,524 



25,202 



57,886 
77,818 
162,351 
118,342 



34,876 
40,422 

158,976 
77,560 

106,483 
44,256 

138,276 

181,379 
38,500 
40,079 



32,804 
118,110 



68^067 

60^217 

363,581 

660; 663 

181,511 
ll<t577 
9,179 
35,279 
15,181 
30; 608 
28,883 
20^768 
18,232 
26,404 
23,481 
46,921 
2% 391 
168; 497 
11,081 
7B;066 
28,026 



25,278 
64,205 
18,182 



207,214 



51,913 
5^127 
12,837 
38,537 
28,523 
66,625 
64,186 
25)463 
55,482 
47,227 
42,>694 
36,280 
27,875 
1,548,008 

583,906 
96,071 

138,867 
67,105 
31,860 
44,750 



21,107 
27,148 
51,622 
2a4,33« 
38,126 



68,833 
26,319 



14,094 



44,604 
36,346 
131,106 
110,364 



29,860 
20,640 
92,104 
39,279 
73,312 
36,981 
78,800 
96,614 
28,425 
8,200 



26,580 
92,777 



43,728 
30,667 
336,902 
381,768 
136)660 



2,767 
23,914 

3,365 
21,723 
16,028 
17,640 
11,862 
11157 
1^870 
38; 253 
14,349 
131,822 

8,529 
44,886 
23,638 



4,254 

10,037 

1,390 



90; 426 



35,418 
38,973 
7,293 
33,988 
26,238 
52,733 
50; 167 
14)230 
35,936 
41,459 
34,327 
28,339 
22,265 
1,293,607 
451,512 
78,961 
102,026 
61,721 
28,767 
33,708 



13,343 
22,441 
39,231 
175,697 
28,204 



65,807 
31,108 



10,266 



30,164 

32,esr 

102,320 
80 866 



22, 
B, 
42, 
U, 
36, 
37, 
44, 
53, 

^; 



16,313 
53,531 



27,601 
26,189 
296,908 
261,353 
88,150 
61,230 
(}) 
17,666 



16)981 
4,863 
13,473 
8,327 
14,270 
12,394 
31,895 
13,394 
81,434 
6,973 
33,220 
21,009 



4,151 



46,386 



26,328 
30,337 
6,762 
30^226 
14,481 
40,634 
38,386 
11,873 
21,805 
32,011 
20,741 
11,600 
19,791 
,046,964 
343,904 
58,661 
76,215 
37,718 
27, U3 
30,793 



8,099 
19,457 
27,633 
132,146 
20,830 



64,966 
15,353 



10,177 



29,100 
22,635 
64,4BS 
76,168 



14,576 
3,296 
38,08'' 
10,338 
23,076 
29,084 
27,657 
37,673 
14,445 
1,967 



14,889 
44,843 



16,612 

12,258 

255,139 

160)146 

51,647 

38,678 

2,876 

12^122 



7,567 

1,696 

9,868 

3,899 

9,600 

11,321 

20,730 

12,093 

50,137 

4,428 

16,436 

18,113 



17,677 



18,063 

19, 710 

5,183 

14,997 

11,924 

27,737 

30,762 

6,035 

8,380 

25,769 

8; 213 

8,418 

13,063 

847, 170 

285,071 

43,278 

45,860 

23,339 

18,934 

13,940 



5,940 
16,693 
19,030 
104,857 
16,050 



49,984 
10,036 



2,164 



12,883 
9,690 
33,592 
43,350 



11,013 



10,358 
736 

6,663 
22,248 
16,513 
20,550 

7,295 



6,069 
20,768 



10,006 
8,660 
216,239 
9^829 
31,274 
3a473 

11,061 



4,500 



8; 029 

2,531 
6,698 

10,582 

12,652 
8,107 

31,581 
3,457 
8,075 

10,011 



8,283 



13,884 
10,610 
4,612 
9,485 
10,887 
19,646 
23,104 
4,317 
6,028 
20,233 
2; 623 
6,164 
10,763 
674,022 
139,266 
33,930 
35,092 
10, 174 
16,030 
11,003 



4,822 
12,621 

6,619 
68,904 
11,627 



48,966 
9,288 



6,003 
8,682 
40,226 
25,866 



4,418 



13,818 
8,382 
12,266 



3,127 
12,854 



3,477 

^041 

161,044 

43,417 

18,554 

20)081 

3,011 

7,223 



1,989 



3,266 

%eo> 

11&436 
17,034 
17,882 
10,977 



3,210 
"'767 



4,681 I 
1,844 
4,675 
6,268 
7,002 
6,154 
13,768 
2,402 
2,759 
9,229 



;;874 



8,026 
3,591 
2,866 
4,631 
8,944 
0,419 

13,405 
1,707 
4.185 

17,603 
2,166 
1,882 
8,848 
565,529 

77,923 

23,162 
9,223 
4,253 
5,664 
8,605 



7,500 
10,606 

4,200 
60,666 



40,622 
8,062 



^,623 
16,988 



3,484 



7,307 
4,846 
8,235 



1,464 
8,236 



3,667 

1,311 
3,654 
4,011 
6,108 
6,140 
3,828 

3,802 
7,929 



3,779 



1,516 
1,667 
7,260 
6,858 
7,8M 



1,269 

12,369 

1,392 

1,614 

6,024 

121,376 

67,863 

15.743 



2,723 
1,616 
6,863 



4,311 
9,563 
3,753 
41,513 



42,9!l6 
6,060 



2,076 
8,841 
10,166 



628 



4,177 
2,396 
3,488 



INCBEASB. 



1910-1930 



Number. 



138; 368 

36,874 

37,656 

236,178 

65,620 

35,982 

18,113 

4,396 

26,561 

10; 818 

&412 

7,056 

9,659 

1,314 

9,530 

13,919 

6,117 

74,667 

15,969 

53,292 

1,543 



4,999 
27,080 
53,893 



51,074 



21,689 

8,204 

37^521 

19)498 

t;390 

26,847 

11,731 

6,826 

11,846 

6,823 

4,087 

8,668 

4,444 

274,771 

64,488 

11,713 

7,916 

6,728 

4,338 

2,762 



8,300 
3,106 
12,626 
13,269 
6,371 



9,124 
11,205 



11,108 



13,291 

41,472 

31,246 

7,978 



5,016 
19,782 
66,872 
38,281 
33,170 

7,274 
59,476 
64,765 
12,075 
31,879 



7,224 
25,333 



Per 

cent. 



201.8 
73.4 
ia4 
42.1 

sao 

30.9 

197.3 

12.6 

174.8 

35.5 

29.1 

34.0 

53.0 

5.2 

4a6 

29.7 

27.3 

44.3 

144.1 

67.4 

5.5 



19.8 

42.2 

296.4 



24.6 



41.6 
15.7 
292.3 
6a6 
18.6 
4a4 
18.3 
26.8 
21.3 
12.6 
9.6 
33.8 
19.9 
17.7 

ia3 

12.2 
6.1 
10.0 
13.6 
6.2 



11.4 
24.5 
6.8 
14.1 



15.5 
42.6 



78.8 



28.8 

114.1 

23.8 

7.2 



10.8 
95.8 
72.6 
97.5 
46)2 
19.7 
75.5 
67.0 
45.7 
388.8 



28.2 
27.3 



1900-1910 



Number. ^«_ 



26,339 
mS50 
37; 688 
178,885 
55,961 
31,244 
6,422 
11,365 
11,826 
8; 786 
12; 856 
3,128 
6,370 
7,247 
5,611 
8,668 
8)042 
36,676 
2,552 
34,181 
4,488 



21,024 
54,168 
16,792 



116,788 



16,497 

13,154 

6,544 

4,549 

3,285 

13,792 

14,019 

11,222 

19,646 

6,768 

(^467 

7,941 

5,610 

255,311 

82,893 

17,110 

27,841 

15,384 

3,103 

11,042 



7,764 
4,708 

12,391 
48,729 
9,921 



8,026 
6,211 



3,828 



14,460 
3,709 
28,785 
29,489 



7,00a 
11,213 
49,466 
23,373 
46,624 

-808 
31,167 
43,293 

5,739 

5,720 



9,267 
39,246 



61.6 
63.7 
11.6 
46.9 
44.6 
36.6 

232.9 
47.5 

362.5 
4a4 
80.2 
17.7 
53.7 
39.9 
31.4 
22.7 
56.0 
27.8 
29l9 
76.2 
19.1 



494.2 

538.7 

1,20&1 



12&2 



46.6 

33.8 
78.0 
13.4 
13.0 
26.2 
27.9 
78.9 
54.4 
13.9 
24.7 
28.0 
2S.2 
19.7 
18.2 
21.7 
27.3 
29.7 
10.8 



682 
21.0 
31.6 
27.8 
35.2 



5.4 

24.7 



37.3 



47.9 
11.4 
28.1 
36.6 



342 

118 9 

116.0 

146.9 

174.7 

-2,1 

76.6 

81.2 

27.7 

230.6 



66.8 
73.3 



1 Not returned separately. 

' For population as enumerated at special census of 1907, see Table 52, p. 320. 

> South Bethlehem borough and Bethlehem borough consolidated and Incorporated as Bethlehem dty since 1910. Combined population: 1910, 32,810: 1900, 23,999; 
1890, 19,823; 1880, 10,118; 1870, 8,068. South Bethlehem not returned separately in 1860 and 1850. 

'includes population of Allegheny, as follows: 1900, 129,896; 1890, 105,287; ISW, 78,682; 1870, 53,180: 1860, 28,702; 1850, 21,262. 



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Table 48.— POPULATION OP CITIES HAVING, IN 1920, 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE, 1850-1920, AND DECENNIAL 

INCREASE, 1900-1920— Continued. 

(SxMpt as explained Ip tootnotes, population shown for each census year does not include that of tenitorr subsequently annexed. 7or oomparattT* flgores tor anVer 
years than those shorn In this table, see Reports of the Twelfth Census, liMO, Vol. I, TabM 6, p. 430, and Table 7, p. 434.] 

[A minus sign (— ) denotes decrease.] 



Lynebburg 

Newport News.. 

Nortblk 

Fetersbuiu , 

Portsmouth 

Richmond 

Roanoke 



WASaiNOTON. 



Belllngham. 

-Everett 

Seattle 

Spokane 

Inocma 



WEST VIRGrNIA. 



Charleston.. 
Clarksburg. . 
Huntington. 
Wheeling.... 



Oreen Bay. 
J^eoosha... 
La Crosse.. 

Madison 

Uilwaukee. 
Osbkosh . . . 

Racine 

Sheboygan. 
Superfor.... 



ropm,ATioR. 



19M 



30,070 
.')5,S«6 

115,777 
31,012 
54,887 

171, ««7 
50,842 



25,585 
27,644 
315,312 
104,437 
9«,0«5 



39,608 
27,889 
50,177 
56,208 



31,017 
40,472 
30,421 
.38,378 
457, 147 
83,162 
58,583 
30,055 
30,671 



1M« 



29,404 
20,205 
67,452 
24,127 
33,190 
127,628 
34,874 



24,298 
24,814 
237,194 
104,402 
83,743 



22,996 
9,201 
81,161 
41,641 



25,236 
21,371 
30,417 
25,531 
373,857 
33,062 
38,002 
26,398 
40,384 



19M 



18,891 
19,635 
46,624 
21,810 
17,427 
85,060 
21,495 



» 11,062 
7,838 
80,671 
36,848 
37,714 



11,099 
4,050 
11,923 

38,!(78 



18,684 
11,606 
28,895 
19,164 
285,315 
28,284 
29,102 
22,962 
31,091 



18M 1880 



19,709 



34,871 
22,680 
13,263 
81,388 
16,159 



> 8,135 



42,837 
19,022 
36,006 



6,742 
3,008 
10,108 
34,522 



9,069 
6,532 
25,090 
13,426 
204,468 
22,836 
21,014 
16,359 
11,983 



15,9 



21,966 
21,656 
11,390 
63.600 
1660 



3,533 



4,192 
2,307 
3,174 
30,737 



7,461 
5,039 
14,505 
10,324 
115,587 
15,748 
16,031 
7,314 



1970 



6,825 



19,239 
18,950 
10,590 
51,038 



1,107 



3,162 



19,280 



4,666 
4,300 
7,785 
9,176 
71,440 
12,663 
9,880 
5,310 



IMD 



6,8 



14,620 
18,266 
9,496 
37,910 



1,520 
895 



14,083 



2,276 
3,990 
3,860 
6,611 
45,246 
6,086 
7,822 
4,262 



18S0 



8,071 



14,328 

14,010 

8,122 

27,670 



1,050 



11,435 



3,455 



1,625 
20,061 



5,107 



'i 



1010-19M 



Number. 



576 
15^1 
48,325 
6,885 
21,197 
44,039 
15,968 



1,287 
2,830 

78,118 
35 

13,222 



16,612 
18,668 
19,016 
14,567 



5,781 
19,101 
4 
12,847 
83,290 

lee 

20,591 
4,557 
-713 



Per 

cent. 



2.0 
76.2 
71.6 
28.5 
63.9 
34.5 
45.8 



5.3 
11.4 
32.9 

15,8 



72.2 
202.9 
61.0 
35.0 



22.9 
89.4 

22.3 
0.3 
54.2 
17.3 
-1.8 



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Number. 



10.603 
570 
20,828 
-2,317 
15,763 
42,578 
13,379 



13,236 
16,976 
156,523 
67, .554 
46,029 



11,897 
5,161 

19,238 
2,763 



6,552 
9,765 
1,522 
6,367 
88,542 
4,778 
8,900 
3,436 
9,283 



Per 



56.1 

2.9 

44.7 

10.8 

9as 

50.1 
62.3 



119i7 
216. C 
194.0 
183.3 
122.0 



107.2 

127. » 

161.4 

7.1 



35.1 

84.1 
5.3 
33.2 
31.0 
1S.0 

3ao 

15.0 
29.9 



> Population of Big Lick town: name changed to Roanoke between 1880 and 1890. 
* Population of Fairhaven and New Whatcom cities combined. 



> Less than one-tenth of 1 i>er cent. 
< Not returned separately. 



POPTJIATTOU OF MnrOE CIVH DIVISIOlfS. 



The political units into which the counties or equiva- 
lent divisions are subdivided are collectively termed 
"minor civil divisions." In most states these minor 
civil divisions comprise two classes, which are termed 
primary and secondary. The primary divisions are 
variously known as townships, towns (unincorporated), 
election precincts, beats, etc. In most states the 
smaller cities and other municipalities form parts of 
the primary minor civil divisions in which they are 
located, and are therefore termed secondary divisions; 
but in Pennsylvania all incorporated places, regardless 
of their size, are independent political units, not form- 
ing parts of any civil divisions smaller than a coimty; 
in New Jersey all incorporated places form primary 
divisions except 3 cities, 1 town, and 2 villages, each 
of which is coextensive with the township in which 
located; and in certain other states some of the small 
municipalities are primary divisions and others are 
secondary divisions. The large cities in a few cases 



are coextensive with the counties in which located; 
Baltimore and St. Louis are independent of the coim- 
ties; and of the remainder, aside from the Virginia 
cities, part constitute primary and part secondary 
minor civil divisions. In Virginia all the cities ex- 
cept two, regardless of their size, are independent of 
the counties. 

Table 53 shows, for states and counties, the popola-- 
tion of all primary minor civil divisions, so far as 
reported separately at the census of 1920, with com- 
parative figures so far as available for 1910 and 1900. 
The secondary divisions, all of which are incorporated 
places and therefore appear in Table 51, are not shown 
separately in Table 53. 

Such general explanations and definitions as are 
needed in regard to the minor civil divisions in any 
state are made in a headnote at the -beginning of the 
section for that state; and explanations in regard to 
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All available statistics as to number and distribu- 
tion of the inhabitants of the several outlying posses- 
sions enumerated at the Foiu-teenth Census have 
been brought together in Table 54. (The Philippines 
and the Virgin Islands were not enumerated at the 
Fourteenth Census, but the totals shown by the latest 
enimierations made of these possessions are given in 
Table 1, p. 13.) 

Alaska. — ^Alaska was purchased by the United 
States from Russia in March, 1867. The first enumera- 
tion of its population by the United States was made 
in 18S0 and consisted of a canvass of all accessible 
settlements, supplemented by estimates — based mainly 
upon records or upon the personal knowletli^e of 
missionary priests — for those regions which could not 
be visited by the canvassers. A similar practice was 
followed in 1890, but the area actually canvassed in 
that year was lai^er than that visited in 1880, and at 
each subsequent census the enumeration has been 
more 'nearly complete and accurate. Alaska has no 
county organization, but the judicial districts into 
which the territory is divided are treated for census 
purposes as equivalent to coimty areas. The primary 
minor civil divisions are termed recorders' districts. 
In Table 54 comparative figures for 1910 only are 
given in the case of the judicial and recorders' districts, 
since the population of these districts can not generally 
be accurately determined from the census reports for 
earher years. 

Hawaii. — Hawaii, formerly an independent republic, 
was annexed to the United States in August, 1898. 
The first Federal census of the territory was taken in 
1900, as a part of the decennial census of that year. 
The comparative figures for 1890 which appear in 
Table 54 were derived from a census taken as of 
December 28, 1890, under the direction of the 
Hawaiian Government. The territory is divided into 
5 coimties, whose primary civil divisions comprise 
27 election districts and the idand of Midway. Sepa- 
rate statistics for the population of the 9 inhabited 
islands of the archipelago are also given. 

Porto Eico. — Porto Rico was ceded by Spain to the 
United States December 10, 1898, and was first 
enumerated at a Federal decennial census in 1910. 
A special census had been taken, however, imder the 
direction of the War Department in 1899. Porto Rico 
is divided into 76 municipalities, each of which, except 
San Juan, which is wholly urban, comprises both 
urban and nu-al districts, known as barrios. As a rule 
a municipality consists of a single urban settlement 
and outlying riu'al districts, but in a few cases there is, 
besides the principal settlement which gives the name 



to the municipality, another detached settlement, 
termed for census purposes a village. In some cases 
a town consists of two or more barrios, but in most of 
the smaller municipalities a single barrio, usually 
designated as "pueblo," constitutes the town settle- 
ment. The distinction between the urban and nural 
barrios is a physical and not a poUtical one, there 
being no difference in governmental status between 
the two classes of commimities. Most of the barrios 
are either wholly urban or wholly rural in character, 
but a few comprise both lu-ban and nu-al territory. 

Onam. — The island of Guam was ceded by Spain to 
the United States December 10, 1898, but was not 
enumerated at a Federal decennial census imtil 1920, 
when the canvass was made under the direction of the 
naval governor in accordance with plans prescribed 
by the Director of the Census. Previous enumerations 
had been made, however, under the direction of the 
governor. For administrative pm-poses the island is 
divided into 6 districts, namely, Agana, Agat, Inara- 
jan, Merizo, Sumay, and Yona. The enumerators 
did not make separate returns for these districts, 
however, and accordingly Table 54 presents the 
distribution of the population of the island by barrios, 
cities, and towns. 

American Samoa. — ^American Samoa came into the 
possession of the United States by the Tripartite 
Treaty of November 14, 1899, entered into by the 
United States, Great Britain, and Germany, but was 
not enumerated at a Federal decennial census until 
1920, when the canvass was made under the direction 
of the naval governor in accordance with plans 
prescribed by the Director of the Census. Previous 
enumerations had been made, however, under the 
direction of the governor. For administrative purposes 
American Samoa -is divided into three districts — 
Eastern District of Tutuila, Western District of Tutuila, 
and Manua District — which in turn are divided into 
coimties. Table 54 shows the distribution of the popu- 
lation by districts, counties, and villages. 

Panama Canal Zone. — The Panama Canal Zone 
came into the possession of the United States by treaty 
between the Unitetl States and the Republic of Pan- 
ama, signed November 18, 1903, but was not enumer- 
ated at a Federal decennial census imtil 1920, when 
the canvass was made imder the direction of the 
governor in accordance with plans prescribed by the 
Director of the Census. A number of previous enumer- 
ations had been made, however, under the direction 
of the governor. The zone is divided for administra- 
tive pm-poses into the Balboa district and the Cristobal 
district. No minor civil divisions exist. 



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Tabm 419.— area and population OP COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1980. 

[For populstton orooimUes prior to 1850, see Reports of the Twelfth C^dsos: ISOO. Vol. t, Table 4, p. •.] 

[A minus sign (—} denotes deorcase.] 





Land 
area In 
square 




















1 


1910 


IWM 


18M 


UM 


187. 


18W 


18M 


Percent of incre.-<se. 




miles: 
1930. 

Total. 

1 


Per , 
square 
mile. 


ItlO 

to 

1«3D. 


UOO ]«M 

to to 

lOTO. WOO. 



ALABAMA. 




Laaderdale. 
Lawrence ■ . 



Le* 

Umestooe.. 
Lowndes.., 

Uaeon 

Hadlsoa... 



Uaiengo... 
Marlon.... 
HanhaU'. 

UobUa 

Monroe 



Moctgomeriri. 
Merjui «...:... 

Perry 

Flekans 

Plfce 



naadolph. 
RosaeUrr.. 
8t.Clatr... 
Sbetb;'... 



Somtv 

Talladega!. 
TaUancosa. 
Toacdooaa.. 



Waikeri 

WMUogton.. 

wnaox 

miMteoi 



008 
500 
738 

eu 

811 

iwa 

743 

603 

1,228 

1,013 

801 
S87 
.737 
875 
«71 I' 
I 
590 
655 
648 
819 

908 

755 

763 

1,346 

792 

1,087 

89« 

630 



33,831 
31,341 
25,406 
23,661 
51,366 

36,065 
23,008 
33,669 
100,117 
38,884 

80,853 
40,196 
25,373 
25,363 
31,6>1 

27,064 
27,448 
23,tSS 
27,097 

25,560 
41,005 
29,744 
53, 6M 

50,503 
14,279 
31,00 
14,178 



54.0 
52.6 
34.4 
38.4 
S3. 2 

37.3 
29.6 
54.3 
81.7 
28.5 

100.9 
68.5 
34.4 
29.0 
47.1 

46.9 
41.9 
36.1 
33.1 

28.2 
54.3 
39.0 
39.9 

63.9 
13.1 
34.7 
22.8 



32,867 I 
26,880 
31,894 I 
26,049 ' 
47,041 I 

39,923 
17,496 
28,553 
80,854 
27,155 

82,178 
33,781 
31,222 
25,055 
30,815 

24,669 
25,07 
20,715 
26,040 

28,099 
37,gei 
31,034 
47,669 

37,0U 
14,4M 
33,810 
12,866 



31,826 
22,387 
35,651 
23,126 
43,703 

38,315 
14,404 
23,389 
82,740 
23,666 

72,047 
38,820 
31,788 
24,403 

29,172 

21,647 
27,063 
19,436 
33,684 

33,710 
35,778 
29,075 
36,147 

25,181 
11, U4 
35,681 
0,664 



28,694 
21,201 
31,550 
18,439 
38,119 

33,095 
11,347 

18,035 
61,687 
18,9M)I 
I 
56, 172 . 
24.089 
29,332 1 
22,470 ; 
24,423 

17,219 I 
24,093 I 
17,353 ! 
20,886 

29,574 
29,346 
25,400 
30,863 

16,ar78 
7,98S 

30, 810 
6,663 



27,362 
21,600 
31, 176 
17^1 
37,825 

30,890 
9,364 

U,586 
48,053 
17,091 

52,356 I 
16,426 
30,741 
21,479 

20,640 

I 

16,575 . 
24,837 i 
I4,4C2 : 

17,230 I 

28,728 ' 
23,360 I 
23,401 
24,957 < 

9,479 
4,538 
31,838 
4,263 



21,760 
15,017 
25,719 
17,727 
31,267 

36,151 
6,069 
9,871 
49,311 , 
14,214 { 

43,704 ' 
12,187 , 
24,975 I 
17,690 i 
17,423 j 

13,006 ' 
21,636 I 
9,360 
12,318 

24,109 

18,064 , 
16,9U3i 
30,081 { 

6,543 

3,912 

38,377 

4,165 







15,306 
27,716 
26,802 
26,451 


16,463 
21,915 
26,896 
26,427 


31,171 
11,183 
11,472 
41,131 
15,667 


27,831 1 

7,833 1 
8,846 1 
37,600 1 
13,013 1 



35,904 ; 

11,335 

37,724 

32,316 

24,435 

20,059 I 
26,592 
11,013 
12,618 

24,036 
21,520 
23,827 
23,200 

7,980 

4,660 

24, SIS 

3,576 



29,711 
10, 135 
32,285 
21,512 
15,920 I 

11,581 
19,548 
6,839 
9,536 

23,250 
18,634 
15,584 
18,066 

5,134 

3,713 

17,353 

1,543 



-0.1 

16.6 

-20. J 

-9.6 

9.0 

-9.7 
25.8 
14.4 
23.8 
6.4 

-1.6 

19.0 

-18.7 

1.2 

2.6 

9.8 
5.8 
13.9 
0.5 

-10.» 

8.1 

-4.2 

12.9 

36.7 

-i.a 

-8.1 
11.8 



3.3 

20.1 

-10.5 

12.6 

7.6 

4.2 
20.7 
22.6 
38.9 
14.7 

14.1 
17.2 
-1.8 
2.7 
5.6 

1S.9 

-4.2 

6.6 

13.8 

-13.S 

&0 

4.S 

31.6 

47.1 
39.8 
-».l 
M.S 



10.9 
6.6 
13.0 
25.4 
14.6 

15.8 
27.7 
23.0 
21.6 
24.6 

38.3 
19.6 
8.4 
8.6 
19.4 

25.7 
12.4 
11.9 
13.4 

10.6 
31.9 
16. S 
19.1 

66.5 
40.3 
16.6 
45.8 



■ For notea reordiiig ohanges to boundattes. etc. , see p. 139. 

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Table 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920— Continued. 

(A minus siga (— ) denotes decrease.] 





Umd 
area in 
square 
miles: 
1920. 


POFDIAnOK. 


COUKTT. 


IMO 


I«l« 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1800 


18M 


Per cent of increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mUe. 


1910 

to 

1990. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



ARIZONA. 

(In computing the increase from 19)0 to 1900 for certain counties, the population of Indian nserrations in 1900 has been dednoted from the total popalatfan o( the < 
In order to make It comparable with the total for 1890, which does not include the population of Indian reservaticos. The population thus deducted (or the ( 
counties was as follows: Apache, S,341; 011a, 709; Maricopa, 2,481; Pima, 1,543; Pinal, 2,954; Yuma, SSS.) 



The itatai 

Apaehe' 

Oochlse> 

Coconino' 

Oila' 

Qnham ', 

Oreeolee' 

Uarioopai 

llahave 

Navajo > 

Plm»i 

Final I 

Santa Cms > 

Yavapai' 

Yuma 



iU.MO 

11,879 
6,170 

18,623 
4,699 
4,630 

1,878 
8,891 
13,300 
9,899 
9,606 

6,380 
1,229 
8,160 
9,987 



334, la 


1 
t.9 1 


13,196 
46/466 
9,962 
26,678 
10,148 


1.3 
7.5 
0.8 
6.6 
2.2 


16,362 
89,676 
6,2H> 
16,077 
34,680 


8.2 
10.1 
0.4 
1.6 
3.6 


16,130 
12,689 
24,016 
14,904 


3.0 
10.3 
2.9 
1.5 



t04,3M I '133,931 > 83,3tt 



9,196 
34,601 

8,130 
16,348 
23,990 I 



8,297 

9,261 

6,614 

« 4,973 

> 14,168 



34,488 
3,773 
11,471 
22,818 

9,046 
6,766 
16,996 
7,733 



20,467 
3,426 
8,829 

14,688 

7,779 
4,646 
13,799 
4,146 



4,281 
6,938 



3,021 
6,670 



10,986 
1,444 



12,673 
4,261 



8,686 
2,«71 



40,440 



6,283 



*,(*> 



6,«8» 
1,190 



17,006 
3,044 



6,013 
3,216 



179 



6,716 



2,lffi 
1,621 



<t3.S 


M.3 


43.6 


10.8 


34. 3 


273.9 


22.8 


47.4 


(7.1 


228.7 


-67.7 


60.6 


, 158.7 


68.6 


39.4 


10.1 


40.2 


29.9 


63.0 


56.3 


j 78.3 


16.3 


87.6 


48.9 


60.1 


16.9 


1 90.7 


86.6 



38.8 



-41.0 
33.3 



lll.O 
t40.« 



63.0 

U7.S 



a.7 



58.8 
34.S 



ARKANSAS. 



Thastete' 63,U6 



Arkansas' 
Ashley... 
Baxter'.. 
Benton... 
Boone 



Bradley' 
Calhoun. 
Carroll... 
Chicot'.. 
Clark'... 



Clay' 

Cleburne > . . 
Cleveland'. 
Columbia '. . 
Conway'... 



Craighead... 
Crawford'... 
Crittenden >. 

Cross 

Dallas' 



Desha'... 
Drew'... 
Faulkner' 
Franklin' 
Fultcn'.. 



Garland'... 

Grant 

Greene' 

Hempstead' 
Hot Spring ■ 



Howard ' 

Independence ■ 

Izard' 

Jackson 

lefleraon' 



Tohuaon'.. 
Lafeyette' 
Lawrence. 

Lea' 

Uncotn'.. 



LitUe Kiver. 

Logan' 

Loooke ' 

Hadlson'.... 
Marion' 



Killer I.. 



Missiasippi'.. 

Monroe > 

Montgamery > 
evada' 



NaT 



1,000 
940 
686 
876 
608 



629 
641 

607 



661 
596 
603 
785 
663 

687 
593 
582 
619 
679 

747 
847 
651 
606 
626 

738 
637 
561 
727 
613 

603 
762 
683 

634 
903 

676 
626 
602 
601 

571 

646 
726 
807 
836 
64« 



792 



784 
620 



1, 768,804 


33.4 


21,483 
23,410 
10,216 
36,253 
16,098 


21.6 
24.9 
17.4 
41.4 
26.5 


16,970 
11,807 
17,786 
21,749 
25,633 


24.2 
18.8 
27.7 
35.8 
29.1 


27,276 
12,696 
12,260 
27,670 
22,578 


41.7 
21.3 
20.3 
35.2 
40.1 


37,641 
25,739 
29,309 
18,679 
14,424 


54.6 
43.4 
60.4 
30.0 
21.2 


20,297 
21,822 
27,681 
19,364 
11,182 


27.2 
26.8 
42.5 
32.0 
17.9 


26,786 
10,710 
26,106 
3L602 
17,784 


34.9 
16.8 
46.5 
43.6 
29.0 


18,665 
23,076 
13,871 
^446 
60,330 


30.8 
31.5 
23.8 
40.1 
66.8 


21,062 
15,632 
22,098 
28,862 
is; 774 


31.2 
29.6 
37.3 
48.0 
32.9 


16,301 
25,866 
33,400 
14,918 
10,134 


29.9 
35.6 
41.4 
17.8 
15.7 


24,021 
47,320 
21,601 
U,IU 
21,994 


38.6 
59.7 
36.8 
14.3 
. 35.4 



1,(74,448 



16,103 
25,288 
10,389 
33,389 
14,318 


12,973 
19,734 
9,298 
31,611 
16,396 


14,518 
9,894 
16,829 
21,987 
23,686 


9,651 
8,539 
18,848 
14,528 
21,289 



23,690 
11,903 
13,481 
23,820 
22,729 

27,627 
23,942 
22,447 
14,042 
12,621 

15,274 
21,960 
23,708 
20,638 
12,193 

27,271 
9,425 
23,852 
28,285 
16,022 

16,898 
24,776 
14,661 
23,501 
52,734 

19,698 
IS, 741 
20,001 
24,263 
16,118 

13,597 
26,350 
27,983 
16,066 
10,20* 

19,555 
30,468 
19,907 
13,465 
19,344 



1,311,(64 ■1,138,811 



15,886 
9,828 
11,620 
22,077 
19,772 

19,606 
21,270 
14,629 
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 
13,606 
18,383 
40,972 

17,448 
10,594 
16,491 
19,400 
13,389 

13,731 
20,663 
22,544 
19,864 
11,377 

17,568 
16,384 

16y81» 

0,444 

16,609 



11,432 
13,296 
8,527 
27,716 
16,816 

7,972 
7,26? 
17,288 
11,419 
20,997 

12,200 
7,884 
11,362 
19,893 
19,469 

12,025 
21,714 
13,940 
7,603 
9,296 

10,324 
17,353 
18,342 
19,934 
10,984 

16,328 
7,786 
12,908 
22,796 
11,603 

13,789 
21,961 
13,008 
16,179 
40,881 

16,768 
7,700 
12,964 
18,886 
10,255 

8,908 
20,774 
19,263 
17,403 
10,390 

14, n4 
11,636 
15,336 
7,023 
14,832 






8,038 
10,166 

6,004 
20,328 
12,146 

6,285 
5,671 
13,337 
10,117 
16,771 

7,213 



8,370 
14,090 
12,755 

7,037 
14,740 
9,415 
5,050 
6,506 

8,973 
12,231 
12,786 
14,951 

6,720 

9,023 
6,185 
7,480 
19,015 
7,775 

9,917 
18,066 
10,867 
10,877 
22,386 

11,565 
5,730 
8,782 

13,288 
9,255 

6,404 
14,885 
12,146 
11,463 
^907 

9,919 
7,332 
9l(74 
8,729 
12,959 



4(4,471 



8,268 
8,042 



13,831 
7,032 

8,646 
3,853 
6,780 
7,214 
11,963 



11,397 
8,112 

4,577 
8,967 
3,831 
3,916 
5,707 

6,125 
9,960 



9,627 
4,843 



3,943 
7,573 
13,768 
5,877 



14,566 
6,806 
7:268 

li^738 

9,162 
9,189 
5,981 



3,386 



8,331 
3,979 



3,633 

8,886 
B,((t 



43(,4M 



8,844 
8,690 



9,306 



4,103 
9,383 
9,234 
9,736 



12,449 
6,697 

3,066 
7,860 
4,920 



8,283 

6,410 
9,078 



7,296 
4,034 



5,843 

13,989 
5,636 



14,307 
7,215 
10,493 
14,971 

7,61* 
8,464 
9,372 



7,740 
6,199 



3,895 
6,687 
3633 



38(,897 



3,246 
3,058 



3,710 



3,829 



4,614 
5,116 
4,070 



3,683 



7,960 
2,648 



6,877 

2,911 
3,276 



3,972 
1,819 



3,603 

7,672 
3,609 



7,7«7 
3,213 
3,086 
5,834 

5,237 
5,220 
5,274 



4,823 

2,308 



3,368 
2,049 
1,958 



11.8 


30.0 


33.4 


24.1 


-7.4 


28.0 


-1.7 


11.7 


8.6 


6.6 


13.4 


-12.7 


10.0 


10.4 


19.3 


16.9 


5.7 


-10.7 


-1.1 


51.3 


8.2 


11.3 


15.1 


49.1 


6.7 


23.6 


-9.1 


16.0 


16.2 


7.9 


-0.7 


15.0 


35.9 


41.6 


7.6 


12.6 


30.6 


54.6 


32.3 


27.1 


14.3 


9.6 


32.9 


32.7 


-0.6 


12.9 


16.8 


14.1 


-6.2 


18.6 


-8.3 


-5.6 


-6.4 


45.8 


13.6 


22.9 


9.4 


40.6 


11.7 


17.4 


18.4 


17.8 


9.9 


20.0 


-8.2 


9.8 


-4.7 


7.8 


8.3 


27.8 


14.4 


28.7 


6.9 


13.9 


13.0 


29.7 


10.5 


21.3 


10.0 


25.0 


24.2 


12.9 


19.9 


-1.0 


-1.8 


28.1 


19.4 


24.1 


-7.1 


-19.3 


-0.6 


-10.3 


22.8 


11.4 


55.3 


86.0 


8.8 


18.4 


-10.8 


31.9 


13.4 


16.6 



ML* 

lS.i 
48.4 

9.0 
14.1 

8.7 

21.1 
17.t 

».• 
27.2 

1.4 

30l3 
22.1 

2.3 
11.0 

1.0 

82.S 
-2.0 
4.S 
43.7 
23.0 

U.S 
12.1 
IXS 
-12.7 
17.0 

32.C 
-l.» 

31.5 
5.7 
0.0 

XI 
XI 
3.« 

a.i 
as 

4.1 

37.0 
27.0 
X9 

80. • 

64.S 

-1.0 
17.» 
14.1 

«.f 

>?•» 

9.7 
19.3 
13.0 



*Far rates of increase or decrease for combinations of new counties with those from which Ibrmed, see Table 24, p. 39. 

' For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., sec p. 139. , . ... , , ., ^ 

« Total for 1900 includes population (3,065) of San Carlos Indian Reservation, in Gila and Graham Counties, not returned separately by counties (see notes lor OUa and 
Graham Counties); total for 1890 includes population (28,623) of all Indian reservations specially enumerated, not distributed by counties. 
> Total for 18(0 includes 32 Indians specially enumerated, not distributed by counties. 



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Tabw 49.— ABEA and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO IMft-Coatinued. 

[A ndnas sign (— ) denotes decrease.] 





T«nd 
ana In 
square 
mUes: 
r IMO. 


roptnjLTioN. 


OODirTT. 


IMO 


1910 


1«00 


18M 


1880 


1870 


1800 


ISM 


Per cent ot increase. 




TotaL 


Per 

square 
mUe. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



ARKANSAS— Continued. 



Newtcn 

OoacUtai... 

P«n7« 

niiiUMi.... 
PIkoT. 

FollMBtt.... 

P<*< 

Pope" 

Ptatrle' 

Puladdi.... 

Bandolidi'.. 
St. Francis I 

BaIbiB> 

Scott 1 

8aar«r> 

8el»8tian>.. 

Sevier 1 

Sbarpi 

Stonei 

DnioQ 

Van BuToi > 
Waahingtoo. 

Wldte' 

Womfrulti.. 
YeU> 



846 
73S 
SSi 
092 
601 

721 
846 
828 
662 
779 

6M 

628 
74S 
970 
673 

631 

672 

609 

611 

1,048 

730 
955 
1.C87 
577 
955 



11,199 


13.2 


20,636 


28.2 


9,906 


17.9 


44 530 


64.8 


12,897 


20.6 


20,848 


28.9 


16^412 


19.4 


25153 


32.8 


17^447 


26.4 


109,464 


140.5 


17,713 


27.1 


2^386 


45.2 


16,781 


22.6 


13! 282 
KSOO 


13.6 


21.7 


«,739 


106.9 


18,301 


32.0 


11,132 


18.3 


8,779 


14.4 


29,691 


28.3 


13,666 


18.7 


35.468 


37.1 


84^603 


33.4 


21,«7 


37.8 


25,665 


26.9 



10,612 
21.774 
9,402 
33,635 
12,565 

12,791 
17,216 
24,527 
13,853 
86,751 

18,987 
22.548 
16,657 
14.302 
14,825 

52,278 
ia,61S 
11,688 
8,946 
80,723 

13,509 
33,880 
28,574 
20,049 
26,323 



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,(35 
16,339 
12,199 
8,100 
22,495 

11,220 
34,256 
24,864 
16,304 
22,750 



9,950 
17,033 

6,588 
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 
14,000 
18,015 



8,120 
11,758 

3,872 
21,262 

6,345 

2,182 
5,857 

14,322 
8,435 

32,616 

11.724 
8,389 
8,953 
9,174 
7,278 

19,560 
6,192 
9,047 
6,089 

13,419 

9,565 
23,844 
17,794 

8,646 
13,852 



4,374 
12,975 

2,685 
15,372 

3,788 

1,720 
3,376 
8,386 
5,604 
32,006 

7,466 
6,n4 
3,911 

7,4ra 

5,614 

U,940 
4,492 
5,400 



10.571 

5,107 
17^266 

io,sn 

6,801 

8,048 



3,393 
12,986 

2,465 
14,877 

4,025 

3,621 
4,262 
7,883 
8,854 
11,699 

6,261 
8,672 
6,640 
6,145 
6,271 

9,238 
10,516 



13,288 

5,357 
14,673 
8,316 



6,333 



1,758 
9,581 
978 
6,935 
1,861 

3,308 
1,263 
4,710 
2,097 
6,657 

8.275 
4,479 
3,903 
3,083 
1.979 



4.340 



10,298 

2,864 
9,970 
3,619 



3,341 



5.5 


-15.4 


-5.2 


4.2 


5.3 


28.9 


32.8 


26.8 


-1.3 


22.0 


63.0 


82.1 


-4.7 


-6.2 


10.7 


13.9 


36.9 


16.7 


26.3 


37.3 


-6.7 


10.7 


36.9 


31.4 


0.7 


26.9 


-7.6 


8.5 


-1.6 


23.7 


8.5 


41.5 


10.1 


1.7 


-4.8 


-4.2 


-1.9 


10.4 


-3.4 


36.6 


1.2 


20.4 


4.7 


-1.1 


21.1 


14.9 


7.6 


23.0 


-2.5 


15.7 



36.0' 
22.7 
31. r 
4.8 
30.7 

04.4 
97.7 
11.6 
4.4 
33.» 

18.4 
36. T 
16.0 
4.3 
24.0 

11.3 
62.3 
17.1 
15.0 
50.3 

31.0 
7.0 
8.4 
16.4 
26.3 



CAIilFORNIA. 

|In oomputlng' tbe Increase ftrom 1890 to 1800 Ibr certain counties, the population ol Indian reservations In 1800 bas been deducted trom the total population of tbs 
owmty in order to make it comparable with the total lor 1890, whicn aom not inolude the population of Indian reservations. The population thus deducted for tbe 
savenu counties was as follows: Humboldt. 1.112; Uendodno, 599; San Slego. 817; Tulare, 143.] 



The state' . 



Alpine 

Amador... 
Buttei.... 
Calaveras. 



Cobisai 

Contra Costa. 
Del Norte'... 
Eldorado 1... 
Fresno' 



Gtain' 

Humboldt'. 
Imperial'... 

Inyo 

Kem' 



Kings'.. 
£ike' 



Los Anfieles '.. 
Hadera' 



Jlarln 

llaripoea 

Mendocino'.. 

Merced. 

Mbdoo' 



Mono 

Monterey'. 

Napa > 

Nevada.... 
Orange > . . . 



Placer' 

Plumas 

Riverside'.. 
Sacramento. 
San Benito '. 



San Bernardino'. 

San Diego' 

SanFrandsco 

Banloaquln 

San Luis Obispo. 



156,663 



732 

776 

601 

1,698 

1,027 

1,140 
714 
1,024 
1,737 
5,050 

1,337 
3,575 
4,089 
9,991 
8,0GS 

1,159 
1,238 
4,531 
4,115 
2,112 

529 
1,463 
3,539 
1,995 
3,823 

3,030 

3,330 

783 

974 

795 

1,411 
2,593 
7,223 
983 
1,392 

20,175 

4,221 

42 

1,448 

3,334 



3, 436,861 



344,177 

243 

7,793 

30,030 

6,183 



53,889 

2,759 

6,426 

128,779 

11,853 
87,413 
43,453 
7,031 
54,843 

22,031 

5,402 

8,507 

936,465 

12,203 

27,342 

2,775 

24,116 

24,579 

5,425 

960 

27,860 
20,678 
10,860 
61,375 

18,584 
5,681 
50,297 
91,0S9 
8,995 

73,401 
112,246 
506,676 
79,806 
21,883 



28.0 



470.2 
0.3 
13.0 
17.7 
6.0 

8.1 
75.6 
2.7 
3.7 
31.6 

8.9 
10.6 
10.6 
07 
6.9 

19.0 

4.4 

1.9 

227.6 

5.8 

51.7 
1.9 
6.8 

12.3 
1.4 

0.3 

8.4 

26. 4 

111 

77.2 

13.2 
13 
7.0 

92.6 
6.6 

3.6 

26.6 

12,063.7 

55.3 

6.6 



3,177,54* 



246, 131 

309 

9,086 

27,301 

9,171 

7,732 
31,674 
2,417 
7,482 
76,657 

7,172 
33.867 
13,581 

6,974 
J7,715 

16,330 
5,526 
4,802 
504,131 
8,368 

25,114 
3,956 
23,929 
15,148 
6,191 

2,0)2 
24,146 
19,800 
14,955 
34,436 

18,237 

5,259 

34,696 

67,806 

8,041 

56,706 
61.666 
416,912 
60,731 
19,383 



1,486,063 il,tl3,39< 



130, 197 
509 
11,116 
17,117 
11,200 

7,364 
18,046 
3,408 
8,986 
37,863 

5,150 
27,104 



4,377 
16,480 

9,871 
6,017 
4,511 
170,298 
6,364 

15,702 
4,720 

20,465 
9,215 
5,076 

2,167 
19,380 
16,451 
17.788 
19,686 

15,786 
4,657 
17,897 
45,915 
6,633 

27,929 
35,080 
342,782 
86,463 
16,637 



93,864 
667 
10,320 
17,939 
8.882 

14,640 

13,515 

2,592 

9,232 

32,026 



23,468 



3,644 
9,803 



7,101 

4,239 

101,454 



13,072 
3,787 

17,612 
8,066 
4,986 

2,008 

18,637 
16,411 
17,369 
13,589 

16,101 
4,933 



40,339 
6,419 

25,49T 
34,087 
288,997 
38,629 
16,072 



864, 6M 



62,976 
639 
11,384 
18,721 
8,094 

13,118 
12,525 

2,584 
10,683 

9,478 



15,513 



2,928 
5,601 



3,340 
33,381 



11,324 
4,339 

12,800 
6,656 
4,399 

7,499 
11,303 
13,235 
20,823 



14,233 
6,180 



34,380 
5,584 

7,788 

8,618 

233,959 

94:349 

«(l4» 



> 660,347 I >37*,*>4 



24,237 
685 

9,582 
11,403 

8,895 I 

6,165 
8,461 
2,022 
10,309 



8,927 



6,140 



1,966 
2,925 



2,969 

1,327 

15,309 



6,903 
4,672 

7,545 
2,807 



430 
9.876 
7,163 
19,134 



11,367 
4,489 



26,830 



3,988 

4,951 

149,473 

31,050 

4,772 



10,930 
12,106 
16,289 

2,274 
5,328 
1,993 
20,562 
4,605 



3,604 



11,333 



3,334 
6,243 
T>,967 
1,141 



4,739 
6,621 
16,446 



13,270 
4,368 



24,143 



6,561 
4,324 

56,802 
9.435 
1,782 



•13,597 I 44.1 



(0.1 



3,574 
16,884 



(•) 



115 



20.057 



3,630 



323 

4,379 

55 



1,872 
405 



9,087 



798 

(») 

3,647 
336 



39.8 
-21.4 
-14.2 

10.0 
-32.6 

20.2 
70.1 
14.1 
-14.2 
70.2 

65.3 

106 

219.7 

0.8 

45.4 

35.7 
-2.2 

77.2 
85.8 
45.8 



-53.0 
15.9 
4.4 

-27.4 
78.2 

1.9 

8.0 

45.0 

34.2 

a.9 

29.4 
82.0 
21.5 
57.5 
12.9 



89.0 
-39.3 
-18.3 

59.5 
-18.1 

5.0 
75.5 
0.4 
-16.6 
99.8 



24.9 



59.3 
128.9 

64.4 

-8.2 

6.5 

196.0 

31.5 



8.9 


59.9 


29.9 


-16.2 


0.8 


16.9 


62.3 


64.4 


12.4 


22.0 



-5.8 

24.6 

20.4 

-15.9 

74.8 

15.5 
12.9 
93.9 
47.7 
21.3 

103.0 
75.7 
21.6 
43.1 

16. S 



33.1 



38.7 

-23.7 

7.7 

-4.0 

36.1 

-49.7 
33.6 
-7.1 
-2.7 
13.2 



las 



33.6 
68.0 



-15.3 

6.4 

67.9 



20.1 
34.« 
12.8 
14.0 
1.8 

8.3 
4.0 
0.3 
2.4 
44.8 

4.6 

-6.6 



18.8 
3.4 

9.6 
-2;0 

14.6 
33.8 
3.5 



1 Per notes remrdtng changes In boundaries, etc. , see p. 188. 

> Total for l8WiD«tude«popnIation (5,268) ot Indian reservations ipeclallv enumerated, not distributed by counUes. Totals (or 1870 and 1860 inolude popalatloB (lt«8S 
•nd 1J808, respectively) of Klamath County, annexed to Humboldt and Sislclyou Counties in 1874. 

• Betiims for 1850 incomplete, those Ibr Contra C'csta and Santa Clara Counties having been lost and those for San Francisco having been destroyed by Are. 



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Tabm 4».— AlttJA AND POPUIATION OP COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920-Cont»n«8d. 

(A mlouiaign (— ) denotes decrease.] 




Per cent of increase. 



1910 1900 ; 1800 

to to ; to 

1920. 1910. ' 1900. 



CALIFORNIA— Contiaved. 





447 
2,740 
1,328 

436 
3,868 

938 

6,266 

833 

1,583 

1,450 

608 
2,026 
3096 
4,866 

2,190 

1,858 

1,014 

632 


36,781 
41,007 
100,676 
36,200 
13;361 

1,783 
18,546 
40,602 
52,000 
43,557 

10,115 
12,882 
2,661 
50,031 

7.768 
28,734 
17,106 
10,375 


82.3 
15.0 
76.8 
60.4 
3.6 

1.9 
3.0 
40.4 
32.9 
30.0 

16.6 
4.4 
0.8 

12.2 

3.5 
15.5 
16.9 
16.4 


26,586 
27,738 
83,639 
36,140 
18,920 

4,098 
18,801 
27^659 
48,394 
22.52S 

6,328 
11,4m 

3,301 
35,440 

9,979 
18,347 
M,926 
10,042 


12,094 
18,934 
60,216 
21,612 
17,318 

4,017 
16,962 
24,143 
38,480 

9,550 

5,886 
10.906 

4383 
18,376 

11,166 
14,367 
13,6U 
8,620 


10,087 
15,754 
48,006 
10,270 
12,133 

5,061 
12,163 
20,046 
32,721 
10,040 

6,469 

0,016 

3,710 

24,674 

6,083 
10,071 
12,684 

0,636 


8,666 
9,6U 
36,039 

0)403 

6,638 
8,610 
18,475 
26,926 
8,751 

5,169 
9,301 
4,909 

n.xi 

7,848 
6,078 
11,772 
11,384 


6,63* 
7,784 
26,346 
8 743 
4,118 

5,619 

iS:l^ 

5,090 
3687 
3,313 
4,513 

8,150 


3,214 
3548 
11,013 
4,044 
4,360 

H;gJ 

7,100 
11,867 
3;»46 

3,390 
4044 
6 136 
4;<38 

16,229 




88.4 
48.3 
30.5 
05 
-29.4 

-56.6 

-1.4 

47.3 

7.6 

OS. 4 

50.8 

13.0 

-B.7 

66.6 

-23.3 

56.6 

23.8 

3.3 


119.8 
46.5 
38.7 
31.5 
9.3 

3.0 
10.8 
14.1 

35.8 
135.8 

7.5 

3.7 

-34.7 

92.9 

-10.6 
27.7 
3.3 
16.5 


19.9 


fluiitA BarhftrA i 


1,185 

^•^64, 
878 


30.3 


**>ntft Otora ■ 


35.4 




11.6 


4>hfk4* 


43.7 


81«m .- . 


-^.1 


SMclyoui 1... 




Sohmo 


580 
S60 


U.8 


84noinft '..... T 


17.6 


Ktftnbdaii!! 


-4.9 


BntUr 


3,444 


7.6 


SSfiSi; : 


10^9 


Trinity 


1,635 


17.9 


Tulare 1 . . . 


-3S.8 




8,851 


8S.6 


Venture' 


43.7 


Yolo 


0,800 
10.861 


4,716 
13,668 


1,086 
9,673 


7.4 


Yuba 


—10.6 







COLORADO. 

[In oompoting the increase trom 1880 to 1900 for certain coonlles, the population of Indian reservations in 1900 has been deducted from tlie total population of the eoonty 
in order to make it comparable with the total ior 1800, which does not include the population of Indian reservations. The population thus deducted tor the aeveni 
oounties was as follows: .\.rchaleta, 100; La Plata, 486; Montezuma, 559.) 



The ttat« > 


103,653 ' 


939,629 


9.1 


799,024 


639,700 


> 413, 349 


1M,327 


>3*,864 


'34,377 


. 


•17.6 


41.0 


30.( 








Adams' 


1,262 1 
727 1 
842 1 
1,220 
2,552 

1,524! 

784. 
1,083 1 
1,777 

300 

1,252 

1 186, 

808 

747 

1,201 

68 
1,043 
'845 
1,620 
2,121 

1,867 
1,557 
3,107 
132 
1,866 

3,179 

971 

1,500 

1,632 

808 

1,798 
2,150 
1,851 
371 
2,620 

4,800 
2,570 
1,822 
3 163 
806 

4,668 
2,051 
2,264 
1286 
13Se 


14,430 
5,148 

13,766 
3,500 
8,731 

0,705 
31,861 
7,763 
31746 
2,801 

8,416 
5,082 
6,383 
2,172 
13,668 

256,401 

1,243 

3,517 

3,385 

44,027 

6,980 
17,883 
9,304 
1364 
2,650 

5,690 

538 

16,879 

1 340 
14,400 

1 3,755 
8,915 

11,218 
6,630 

27,872 

1 38,975 

8,273 

18,427 

1 22 281 

779 

I 5,129 
6,260 

1 11,852 
16,124 
22,633 


11.4 
7.1 

16.3 
2.9 
3.4 

6.4 
41.7 
7.2 
2.1 
7.4 

6.7 
4.2 
7.9 
2.9 
11.4 

4,422.3 

1.2 

4.2 

2.1 

20.8 

3.8 
11.5 

3.0 
10.3 

1.4 

1.8 
0.6 

11.3 
0.8 

17.8 

2.1 
4.1 
6.1 
17.9 
10.6 

8.1 
3.2 
10.1 
7.0 

a9 

1.1 
3.1 
6.2 
12.5 
18.0 


8,802 







1 




1 


62.3 






AlaxnofA ' r,. 






1... 












10,263 
3,302 
2,616 

5,043 
30,330 
7,622 
3,687 
5,001 

11,285 
5,498 


153,017 

2,117 

750 

3,049 

21,544 

7,085 

501 

7,082 

8,794 
4,632 


132,135 

826 

1,479 

1,313 
14,082 
6,612 
534 
7,184 

7,193 
3,491 


38,644 


6,820 






34.1 


-98.3 

56.0 

231.5 

65.4 

40.8 

7.6 

636.9 

-29.4 

28.3 
18.7 


IS. 8 


Arcnatoiai 




' 


8.7 
246.6 

92.4 
5.0 

lio 

-42.2 

-26.4 

-8.5 


144.2 


Baca> 






1 


-48 7 


Bent< 


1,654 
723 
6,512 




602 
1,089 






132.2 


Boulder 




63.0 


CbaSeei 


, 


7.2 


Cheyenne' 

ClM^ Creek 


.J 


—6.3 


7,828 

5,605 
2,879 


1,596 

2,504 
1,779 


..:....:.: 




—1.4 






33.3 


Costfliai 





33.7 


Crowley' 

Custer' 






1,947 
13,688 

213,381 

642 

3,192 

2,985 

43,321 

.S,331 

18,181 

10,144 

4,131 

1,862 

5,897 

646 

13,320 

1,013 
14,231 

2,899 
7,483 
10.812 
10,600 
25,270 

33,643 
5,917 
9,549 

22,197 
1,239 


2,937 
5,487 


2,970 
2,534 


8,086 








11.6 
-0.1 

20.2 
98.6 
10.2 
13.4 
1.6 

80.9 


-83.7 
149.5 


—1.1 


D^lta' 








lit.6 


Ponver '. . 












Dolores' 


1,134 

3,120 

3,008 

31,602 

3,101 
15,636 
5,835 
6,690 
741 

5,331 

ilooo 

8,395 


1,498 
3,006 
3,725 
21,230 

1,856 
0,156 
4,478 
5,867 
604 

4,350 

862 

6,882 










-43.4 
2.3 

-0.9 
37.1 

71.9 

16.3 

73.8 

-38.3 

151.3 

10.6 

-69.9 

68.7 


-34.3 


Doueias' 


2,486 


1,388 






3.8 


Eagfev..::::::::::::::":::"::: 






-19.3 


Ell*B60' 


7,040 

1,708 
4,735 


987 






48.8 


Elbert' 




1 


67.1 


Fremont ' 


1,064 






-1.6 

-8.3 

-67.0 

43.8 

-5.2 
—16.7 


70.8 


Oarfield' 






30.3 


OUpin' 


4,124 


5,490 






14.0 






23.7 






1 


33.3 


Hinsdale' 




"::::;:::;i ::::::::: 


86.7 




2,250 




26.7 

32.3 

1.2 

30.5 
19.1 

8.8 

-37.6 

10.3 

15.8 

39.8 

93.0 

0.4 

—37.1 


33.0 


Jackson ' 


! 




JeOerson' 


9,306 

701 
1,580 
7,016 
18,054 
12,168 

21,842 

926 

3,392 

9 267 

1,913 


8,450 

1,243 
2,472 
5,509 
14,663 
9,712 

17,208 

6S9 

3,070 

4,260 


6,804 


2,300 




63.9 

813.0 

378.6 

54.1 

-41.3 

107.7 

54.0 
539.0 
190.1 
130.5 
-35.2 


lai 


KiOWB' 


' 


—48.6 


Kit Carson' 






1 


—86.1 


La Plata' 


1,110 
23,563 
4;893 

8,003 






• 18.5 


Lake' 


633 
838 

4,276 


1 


23.1 




1 


36.8 






38.9 


Ltncoln' 




34.4 










7.3 


mSv.::::::::::::::::::::::::;: 






' 


117.8 


llineral' 










Moffat' 








1 








5,020 
10,201 

0,577 
20,201 


3,058 
4,535 
3,368 
11,522 




1,529 
3,980 
1,601 
4 192 








24.6 
15.2 
68.4 
18.0 


64.5 
126.0 
108.1 

75.3 


68.4 


Montroee' 








13 9 










104.1 


Otero' 






;::;::;::::i:::;:::;;;; 


174.9 



*For rates of increase or decrease for com blnatlons of new counties with thoae IFoiii which formed, see Table 24, p. 30. 

> For notes regardbig changes in boundaries, etc., see pp.130, 140. 

' Returns (or 1850 lost; see footnote .1 on preceding pace. 

• Total for 1890 includes population (i,0.'jl) of IniUan reservations specially enumerated, not distributed by counties; total tor 1870 includes populatim (51<^ o( 
OiMBwood Coooty, taken to form Bent County and part of Elbert Coimty In 1874. Population siiown lor 1860 Is for the area organized In I86I as Colorado territory, but 
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Tasm 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920— Continued. 

[A miniwilto (-) denotes decrease.] 





lAnd 
Bieain 
square 
miles: 

Itao. 










rOPULATIOK. 








eOOTITT. 


1930 


1910 


19M 


1880 


1880 


1870 


I860 


1860 


Par cent ot increase. 




TotaL 


Per 

square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1100 

to 

1910. 


18B0 
to 
1900. 



COIjORASO— Continued. 



Onmy> 

Park' 

PhtlUps'.... 

Plikln' 

ftowers *, — 

Pueblo. ..... 

Bio Blanco >. 
RioOnuide' 

Boott» 

Sa|Dad>e>... 

SanJuani... 
8anMiKaal>. 
8e^ck>... 

SuUDit '. . . . 

Telleri 

VaaUugUm' 
WeUli 

Ynm« l 



519 

2,343 

668 

1,019 

1,630 

2,433 
3,223 
808 
3,309 
3,183 

453 

1,288 
531 
640 

547 
3,531 
4,<S2 
2,367 



3,630 


5.0 


1,977 


0.9 


5,499 


8.0 


2,707 


2.7 


13,845 


8.5 


57,638 


23.7 


8,136 


1.0 


7855 


8.7 


8948 


3.9 


4;638 


l.fi 


1,700 


3.8 


5381 


4.1 


4,307 


7.0 


1,724 


2.7 


6,006 


12.3 


11,206 


4.4 


54,050 


13.4 


13,897 


5.9 



3,5M 
3,402 
3,179 
4,566 
9,530 

53,333 
3,333 
6,563 
7,561 
4,160 

3,063 
4,700 
3,061 
3,008 

14,351 
6,002 

39,177 
8,499 



4,731 
3,998 
1,583 
7,010 
3,766 

34,448 
1,690 
4,080 
3,661 
3,853 

3,343 

5,370 

971 

3,744 

39,003 
1,241 

16,808 
1,739 



6,510 
3,648 
2,642 
8,930 
1,960 

31,481 
1,303 
3,461 
2,369 
3,313 

1,572 
2,909 
1,399 
1,906 



3,301 
11,736 
3,506 



3,669 
3,970 



7,617 



1,944 

140 

1,973 

1,087 



6,460 



5,646 



447 



2,366 



304 



258 



1,636 



-25.4 


-35.7 


-20.7 


-16.9 


78.0 


100.8 


-40.7 


-36.0 


46.4 


153.8 


10.4 


61.0 


34.4 


38.0 


19.7 


60.9 


18.3 


106.5 


11.6 


8.0 


-44.6 


30.8 


13.4 


-13.6 


37.4 


3U.3 


-13.9 


-27.0 


-53.3 


-60.5 


86.7 


383.6 


38.0 


133.1 


63.6 


391.6 



-37.3 
-15.6 
-4a 1 
-21.4 
91.3 

9.4 
40.8 
18.3 
54.6 
16.8 

49.0 

84.0 

-34.0 

44.0 



-46.1 

43.3 

-33.4 



CONNECTICUT. 



Tkartatei 

Faiiteld 

Hartiacd 

Utebfiekt 

Ifiddkaax 

Moir Haven 

New London' 

Mland 

Windham' 



no 

925 

869 

608 
659 
404 
600 



1,380, 6U 



320,936 
336,027 
76,362 
47,560 

416,314 
104,611 
37,216 
62,816 



386.4 



508.6 
460.9 
82.4 
128.9 

688.6 

158.7 

67.4 

106.6 



1,114,756 



245,322 

350,183 

70,260 

45,637 

337,282 
91,263 
36,450 
48,361 



10^496 



184,203 
196,480 
63,672 
41,760 

289,163 
82,758 
24,623 
46,861 



746,366 



150,061 

147,180 

53, M2 

30,534 

200,068 
76,634 
26,081 
46,158 



1,706 



112,042 
128^382 
52,044 
38,(80 

166,623 
73,162 
24,112 
43,856 



537,454 



96,276 
100,007 
48,727 
36,099 

121,257 
66,670 
22,000 
38,518 



460,147 



n,476 

89,962 
47,818 
30,856 

97,345 
61,731 
21,177 
34,379 



370,793 ' 83.9 



69,775 
09,967 
45,253 
27,316 

65,588 
61,821 
20,001 
81.081 



30.8 

34.3 

8.6 

4.2 

23.1 
14.6 
2.9 
9.3 



33.7 



33.2 
28.0 
10.3 
9.3 

25.3 
10.3 
7.9 
3.2 



81.7 



22.7 

32.8 

IS.0 

6.7 

28.8 
8.0 

-2.t 
3.8 



DELAWARE!. 



Thaitat* 


l.Mf 


m,m 


113.6 


868,338 


184,736 


168, 4i8 


146,(68 


u(,eu 


113,316 


•1,638 


16.8 


9.5 


(.6 






IBnnt, 


617 
435 

913 


31,038 
148,330 
48741 


5a3 

340.8 

47.9 


32,731 
123,188 
48,413 


32,783 
109,607 
43,378 


32,864 
97,182 
38,647 


32,874 
77,718 
36,018 


20,804 
63,515 
31,606 


37,804 
54,797 
29,616 


22,816 
42,780 
26,936 


-6.2 
X.3 
-5.8 


-ai 

113 
9.8 


3 


Nfnr Ointlti 


13.0 


aoaeaz 


0.4 







DISTRICT OF COIiUMBIA. 



IMatilct of Oolaabia'. 



487,(71 7,K(.9 331,068 (78,718 S30,89( 177,(U 131,706 76,686 61,6(7 



33.1 



U.8 



(LI 



FLORIDA. 



Theatat*' 


54, Ml 


(66,(78 


17.7 

26.2 
9.6 
14.6 
23.2 
8.3 

4.2 
8.1 
8.4 
9.1 
18.0 

21.2 
0.8 
14&3 
75.3 
5.0 

9.8 
43.6 
18.7 

9.3 
85.3 


7n,(l( 


U8-,5tt 


3(1, 4(3 


(((,4(3 


1(7, 74( 


140,414 


87,445 


•88.7 


48.4 

6.4 
&4 


35.6 






Alanhna' 


1,357 
593 
781 
539 

1,035 

1,313 

1,089 

630 

616 

793 

3,019 
3,764 

491 

541 
640 
528 
487 
1,036 


31,680 
5,622 
11 407 
13,508 
8,506 

6,135 
8,776 
5,320 
6,631 

ulsoo 

43,758 
3[^434 
113,540 
49;386 
31443 

5,318 
23,639 
9,878 
4 648 
88,357 


34,305 
4,805 


32,246 
4,516 


22,934 
S;333 


16,463 
3,308 


17,328 
1,325 


8,283 


3,624 


-7.6 
17.0 


40.0 


Raknr ■ 


36.6 


(iar> 








Bralfordi 


14,090 
4,717 


10,396 
6,158 


7,616 
3,401 


6,113 
1,478 


8,671 
1,216 


8,830 
346 




-11.3 
80.3 


3&0 
-&6 


37.0 


Bi«Tard> 


189 


61.7 






dlhrnin ' . 


7,465 
6,731 
6,116 
17,689 

11,933 
14,300 
75,163 
38,029 


6,U2 
5,891 
5,636 
17,094 

4,966 
8,047 
39,733 
38,813 


1,681 

2,894 

6,164 

12,877 

861 

4,944 
36,800 
30,188 


1,680 


998 


1,446 


1,877 


17.6 
-3X4 

-8.1 
-19.3 

358.8 
79.1 
61.1 
29.9 


4&6 

34.9 

8.6 

(.6 

140.8 
76.6 
89.3 
34.8 


306.8 


Citrw'...; 


136.3 


Cta^i 


3,838 
9,589 

867 


3,0B8 
7,335 

86 


1,914 
4,646 

88 




9.8 


CMrimMa' 


4,808 
169 


83.7 


I>ad*> 


47&5 


OaSoto' 


62.8 


D0T«1> 


19,481 
13,156 


11,931 
7,817 


6,074 
6,768 


4,639 
4,351 


48.3 


Ctcamtria.... 


4a2 


BSfS-i ; 




WmnkHil 


5,301 
32,198 
11,826 

4 997 
78,374 


4,890 
16,294 
11881 

3,688 
36,013 


3,308 
11, W4 
8, $7 
3,476 
14,941 


1,791 
13,169 
6,790 
4,348 
6,814 


1,356 
9,803 
5,749 
3,938 
3,316 


1,904 
9 396 
4,154 
•1,300 
3,981 


1,661 
8,784 
2,611 
926 
3,3n 


3.3 

6.0 

-16.6 

-9.0 

13.6 


6.4 
46.1 

-a 5 

87.4 
117.6 


47.8 


4adt4ni' 


2a6 


Hani] ten 


30.7 


Heroaodo ' 


46.0 


HtOaboroacii' 


141.0 



* For rates of increase or decrease for combinations of new counties wltb those from wUch tocmed, see Table 24, p. 39. 
■ For notes regarding dianges in boundaries, etc., see p. 140k 
> Not divided into comities. 



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Tablb 49.— area and POPULATION OF (JOUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO IMO— ContiBued. 

[A mlinis sign (— ) denotea deonase.] 





sratin 

square 

miles: 

im 

1 










roruLATioN. 








CODIRT. 


IMO 


IMO 


1*00 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1880 


18M 


Per cent of increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

lUO. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1800 

to 

1900. 



PIiORIDA— Continued. 



Hvtnm^ 


473 
9S9 
S8S 

i,a«3 

1,047 

4,081 
716 

1,148 
823 
719 

1,337 

1,647 

1,100 

630 

956 

747 

929 

1,3S« 

767 

293 

1,907 
762 
608 

1,077 

1,026 
821 
683 

692 
1,046 

1,123 
602 

1,096 
620 


12,850 
81,224 
14,502 
6,242 
12,744 

9,640 
18,069 
9,921 
5,006 
16,516 

18,712 
23,968 
19,650 
11,340 
9,360 

2,132 
19,890 

7 196 
18,664 

8,802 

28,265 
88,661 
14,668 
13,061 
71886 

13,670 
10,986 
7,861 
19,789 
11,219 

23,374 
5,129 
12,119 
11828 


27.2 
33.3 
24.8 
49 
12.2 

2.4 

25.3 

8.6 

6.1 

23.0 

14.0 
14 6 

17.8 
18.0 
9.8 

2.9 
21.4 
6.3 
7.3 
11.6 

96.5 
20.3 
19.4 
21.6 
7.8 

13.3 
34.2 
18.6 
28.6 

ia7 

2a8 
&6 
ILl 
19.1 


11,667 

39,821 

17,210 

6,710 

9,609 

6,294 
19,427 
10,861 

4,700 
16,919 

9,660 
36,941 
21,563 
10,525 


7,762 
23,377 
16,195 
4,987 
7,467 

3,071 
19,887 
8,603 
2,966 
15,446 

4,663 
24,403 
18,006 

9 654 


4,336 
17,544 
16,767 

3,686 

s',m 

1,414 
17,762 
6,586 
1,462 
14,316 

2,895 
20,796 
18,786 

8,294 


2,170 
14,872 
16,066 

2,441 


1,679 
9,638 
13,398 
1,788 


1,386 
10,300 
9,878 
3,068 


1,306 
6680 
7,718 


11.3 

4.7 

-16.7 

-7.0 

34.0 

61.6 
-7.0 
-4.2 
6.6 
-Z4 

96^9 

-ILO 

-9i8 

7.7 


48.9 
37.6 
6.3 
34.6 
27.8 

104.9 
-18 
3a4 
69:0 
9.6 

104.8 

ia4 

19.8 
9.0 


78.0 


Jackson * . . 


38.8 




2.8 


Laftiyetta> 


86.8 


TiAk^ > , , 




-7.1 


Lee' 










117.3 




19,662 
6,767 
1,362 

14,798 

3,644 
13,046 
10,940 

6,686 


15,236 
2,018 
1,060 

11,121 

1,981 
10,804 
6,667 
4;2<7 


13,343 
1,781 
1 467 
7;77» 

864 

8,609 
3 913 
3,644 


11,443 
466 


IZO 


Levy' 


808 


Liberty' 


108.0 


Ifadlson' 


6,490 


7.» 


Manatee' 


61.1 


Mnrion ' 


8,338 
3,646 
2,164 


17.8 




-4.8 


TifMmtu ' 


M.4 


Okaloosa ' 




Okeechobee' 






















Orange' 


19,107 
6,607 
6677 
7,602 


11,374 
3,444 


12,684 
<;i3S 


6,618 


3,196 


on 


466 


4.1 

sa7 

284.5 
17.8 


6&0 
89.9 


—9.8 


Osceola' 


8.8 


Falm Beacta ' 














6,064 


4,249 










23.9 


43LS 


PloeUas' 












Pflik 1 


24,148 
13,096 
13,208 
4,076 

14,887 


12,472 
11,641 
9,165 


7,906 
11,188 
8,712 


3,181 
6 261 
4,(86 


3,8U 






6ai 
a 8 
-tl 
n.6 

-8.2 


98.6 
12.6 


67. r 




8;7i8 

S,«8S 


687 
2,636 


4.1 


ftt. lohiq < . . 


6.8 








10,298 


7,961 


6,646 


3,812 


6,480 


2,888 


44.7 


28.8 


Seminole' 




Somter' 


6,696 
18,603 
7,108 

16,610 
4,803 
16,460 
16,403 


6,187 
14,554 
3,999 

10,008 
6,140 
9346 

10,154 


6,363 
10,524 
2,122 

8,467 
3,117 
4,816 
6,426 


4,686 
7,161 
3,378 

3,394 
3,733 
4,301 
4; 089 


8,962 
3,656 

i;« 

1,723 
2,606 
3,041 
2,303 


1,6« 
2,303 
i;384 

1,138 
2,839 
3,037 
2,164 




17.2 
6.4 

67.9 

41.6 

6.8 

-26.4 

-27.9 


8.2 
27.8 
77.6 

6S.1 
-6.7 
76.1 
61.6 


16.4 


Suwannee ' 




38.8 


Taylor' 




8818 


Voiosia' 




18.1 


Wakulla 


1,966 
1817 
1960 


66.2 


Walton' 


94.1 


Wflflhlngton' 


(8.0 







OEOROL/tL. 



Thettato'. 



AmUng'.. 
Afunson'. 

Bacon' 

Baker 

Bald\i1n... 



Banks'.... 
Barron'.. 
Bartow ' . . 
Ben HUP. 
Berrien'.. 



Bibb 

Bleckley'. 

Brooks 

Bryan 

BnUodt'.. 



Burke'.... 

Butts 

Calboun... 
Camden... 
Campbell' 



Candler'. 
CarroU'.. 
Catoosa... 
Cbarlton.. 



Clurttahnocbee., 

Chattooga 

Cherokee 

aarke' 

aay 



Clayton'. 
Clindi'... 

Cobb 

Coflee'... 
Colquitt.. 



(8,738 



464 

330 
271 
357 
307 

233 
168 

in 

366 
500 

277 
206 

6U 

481 
688 

966 
308 
384 
711 
211 



492 
169 
881 

870 

318 
338 
439 
114 
308 

143 
900 
353 
(33 
639 



10,594 
7,666 
6,460 
8,398 

19,791 

11,814 
13,188 
34,537 
14,(99 
15,673 

71,804 
10,683 
24,688 
6,843 
36,133 

30,836 
13,827 
10,225 
6,969 
11,709 

9,228 

84,763 

6,677 

1,536 

100,082 

6,266 
14813 

18,669 

36,111 

7,557 

11,169 
7,984 
30,437 
18,653 
30,333 



«.8 



33.3 
23.2 
23.8 
33.3 
64.6 

63.3 
78.5 
52.1 
57.0 
31.1 

357.4 
61.4 
47.7 
14.7 
39.1 

33.3 
60.7 
36.0 

9.8 
55.6 

40.6 

70.6 

39.6 

6.1 

370.4 

24.2 
43.6 
43.3 
329.0 
37.3 

78.6 
6.9 
86.3 
39.6 
66.4 



8,(08,121 



13,818 



7,973 
18,864 

11,344 



36,388 
11,863 

33,772 

66,646 



23,883 

6,703 

26,464 

27,368 
13,624 
11,381 
7,690 
10,874 



30,8(6 
7,184 
4,732 

79,600 

6,586 
13,608 
16,661 
23,273 

8,960 

10,468 
8,424 
38,397 
21,053 
19,789 



8,816,881 



13,386 



6,704 
17,768 

10,646 



20,823 

'w.'iio 

60,473 



18,606 
6,122 
21,877 

30,166 

12,806 

9,274 

7,069 

9,618 



26,676 
5,823 
3,592 

71,230 

6,790 
12,963 
15,243 
17)708 

8,568 

9,698 
8,733 
24,664 
16,169 
13,636 



l,8S7,tU 



8,676 



6,144 
14,608 

8,562 



20,616 

'io.'eoi 

42,370 



13,879 
5,(30 
13,713 

28,601 
10,566 
8,438 
6,178 
9,115 



33,301 
6,431 
3,336 

67,740 

4,902 
11,302 
15,413 
15,186 

7,817 

8,295 
6,663 
22,286 
10,483 
4,794 



1,641,180 



5,376 



7,307 
18,806 

7,337 



18,690 

"i',m 

27,147 



11,727 
4,920 
8,063 

27,128 
8,811 

7,024 
6,183 
9,970 



16,901 
4,738 
3,164 

46,028 

6,670 
10,021 

14,325 
11,702 
6,650 

8,027 
4,138 
20,748 
5,070 
2,527 



1,184,108 



5,066 



6,843 
10,618 

4,973 



16,666 
"4,618 
31,366 



8,343 
6,253 
5,810 

17,679 
6,941 
5,603 
4,615 
9,176 



11,783 
4,409 
1,807 

41,370 

6,059 
6,902 
10,399 
12:941 
6,483 

6,477 
3,946 
13,814 
3,193 
1,664 



1,0(7,88(1 (68, 188 



4, MO 



4,986 
9,078 

4,707 



16,724 
"8,478' 
16,391 



6,366 
4,016 
6,668 

17,166 
6,455 
4,913 

6,420 
8,301 



11,991 
6,082 
1,780 

31,043 

6,797 
7,165 
11,281 
11,218 

4,466 
3,063 
14,342 
3,879 
1,316 



3,949 



8,130 
8,148 



13,300 



13,609 



3,424 
4,800 

16,100 
6;488 



6,319 
7,333 



9,887 




• ao 



-14.0 



4.1 

7.8 



6.1 



-8.4 

38.1 

-81.6 



36.9 



3.0 
-(.4 
-1.8 

13.1 
-9.6 
-9.8 
-9.4 

7.7 



17.7 I 
-0.1 i 



18.9 I 

3.3! 



6.6 



31.9 

"i7.i' 
12.2 



38.1 
9.6 
38.8 

-9.6 

6.4 

33.3 

0.3 

14.3 



16.1 
23.4 
81.6 
11.9 

-8.6 

6.1 

9.3 

81.4 

4.6 

8.9 

-3.6 

15.1 

38.8 

46.1 



* For rates of increase or decrease for combinations of new Cobnties with those from wbich formed, see Table 24, p. 40. 
' For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see p. 140. 



ftL8 
43.2 



9:1 
21.6 



23.2 



1.0 



81.8 
19.1 



38.1 
10. » 
66.9 

6.8 
31.3 

9.9 
34.1 

4.4 



19.3 

r.2 
7.7 

23.4 

18.1 
16.6 
-1.1 
18.6 
9.6 

16.7 
31.3 
10.7 
84.3 
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Tabm 4©.— area and population OP COUNTIES OR EQUIVALBNT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 18B0--Ooiitmued. 

{K mlaitf alKD (— ) danotet dwnaw.] 





Land 1 
area in 
square 
miles: 
1990. , 


POPOLATION. 


COOTfTf, 


IMS 


mo 


iww 


18W 


1880 


1870 


1800 


18M 


Per ceot of increase. 




ToUl. 


Per 

mue* 


1010 

to 

laao. 


itoo 

to 
UIO. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



GEORGIA— Continued. 



CotnmUai. 

Cooki 

Coweta 

Crawted... 
Cn9i 



Dade 

Dawsoo.. 
Deoatnr'. 
Dekalb... 
Dodsei... 



Doolv> 

Doiwieity. 
Dooglasi... 
Eariy 



EfDngham. 

Elbett 

Emanuel'.. 

Erami 

yannhi..... 



Fayette'.. 

Floyd 

Forsyth... 
Fraokllni. 
Foltoni... 



Oflmer... 
nimoook. 
Qlynn.... 
Oordon... 
Orady >... 



Oreoie....... 

Owiimett'... 
Habeidiam'. 

Ban 

Hancock 



Earabon. 
Harris.... 

Hart 

Beard.... 
Beoiy >... 



Honston'.., 

Irwin' 

Jackson'... 

Jasper 

JellDavis'. 



Jefferson.. 
Jenkins'. 
Jobnson.. 
Jones..... 
Laurens.. 



I*e 

Liberty'.. 
Lincoln.... 
Lowndes'. 
Ltunpkin.. 



HcDaOla'.. 
Uclntosb'. 

Macon' 

Madison.... 
Marlon 



Meriwetlier.. 

Miller 

Milton 

MKcbell 

Monroe 



Mmtgomeryi. 

Morgan. 

Mmray 

MaooKee 

Nawton' 



Ooooee '. . . . 
Ogkthoipe' 
PaoMing... 

Pickens 

I'ierce' 



Pike 

Polk 

Pulaski'. 
Putnam.. 



KO 
241 
US 
319 

717 

IM 
21S 
823 
273 
431 

397 
342 
208 
tM 
]«2 

448 
301 
88S 
2?7 
401 

234 
303 
347 
279 
185 i 

440; 
170; 

439 
875 



410 , 

440 |l 
390' 
437; 
530 ; 

284 
501 I 
251 ' 

2851 
324 I 

S8S i 

378 
355 
321 ! 
300 

640 ! 
342 I 

292 I 
377 I 
806 •■ 

326 ' 
936 
291 I 
476 " 
280 'I 

287 
470 
360 

284 

360 

496 
253 
14S 
548 
584 

190 
390 
342 
235 
262 

172 
504 

324 I 
231 I 

517 1 



.: 307 I 
.1 317 

258 ji 
.1 361 
.! 144 I 



11,718 
U,180 

^8» 
1^814 

3,918 
4,204 
81,785 
44,061 
23,540 

30,623 
30,063 
10,477 
18,983 
3,318 

9,985 
33,905 
36,863 

6,594 
13,108 

11,396 
38,841 
11,756 
10,957 
233,606 

8,406 
4,m 
19,370 
17,736 
30,306 

18,972 
30,327 
10,730 
36,822 
18,357 

14,440 
15,775 
17,944 

30|430 

21,964 
12,670 
24,654 
16,362 
7,322 

22,602 
14,328 
13,546 
13,269 
39,605 

•10,904 
12,707 
9,739 
26,521 
5,240 

11,509 
5,119 
17^667 
18,803 
7,604 

26,168 
9,565 
6,885 
25,588 
20,138 

9,167 
30,143 

9,490 
44,196 
21,680 

11,067 
20,287 
14,025 
8,222 
11,934 

21,212 
20,357 
11,587 
15,151 
3,417 



38.5 
4C4 
65.6 
27.9 
68.3 

21.1 
19.5 
38.6 
162.0 
5313 

51.7 
58.7 

5a4 

36.3 
9.2 

22.3 
66.2 
38.1 
23.0 
30.2 

48.7 
79.4 
47.6 
71.5 
1,367.8 

19.1 
34.7 
44.1 
47.3 
45.7 

45.6 
68.9 
37.0 
61.4 
34.6 

50.8 
31.5 
68.8 
39'. 
63.0 

37.5 
33.5 
69.4 
51.0 
24.4 

35.0 
41.9 
46.4 
35.3 
49.1 

33.4 
13.6 
33.6 
65.7 
18.7 

40.1 
10.9 
47.9 
66.2 
21.1 

52.8 
37.8 
47.5 
46.7 
34.6 

48.2 
51.6 
27.7 
188.1 
82.7 

64.3 
40.3 
43.3 
35.6 
23.1 

60.1 
64.2 
44.9 
42.0 
23.7 



12,328 



3<t,800 
8,810 
16,433 

4,139 

4,6S6 
29,045 
27,881 
20,127 

30,554 
16,035 

8,953 
18,133 

3,309 

9,971 
31,136 
36,140 



12,574 

10,966 
36,736 
11,940 
17,894 
177,733 

9,237 
4,669 
U,720 
U.861 
18,457 

18,512 
28,824 
10,134 
26,730 
19,189 

13,514 
17,886 
16,316 
11,180 
19,927 

23,609 
10,461 
30,169 
16,552 
6,050 

21,379 
11,520 
12,897 
13,103 
35,501 

11,679 
12,924 

8,714 
24,4.'» 

5,444 

10,325 
6,442 
15,010 
16,851 
9,147 

25,180 

7,986 

7,289 

22,114 

20,450 

19,638 
19,717 
9,763 
36,227 
18,449 

11,104 
18,680 
14,124 
9,041 
10,749 

19,495 

20,203 
22,835 
13,876 
4,604 



10,658 



W,«80 
10,868 



4,578 
5,442 
39,454 
31,113 
13,975 

36,567 
13,679 

8,745 
14,838 

3,309 

8,334 
19,739 
21,379 



11,314 

10,114 
33,113 
11,550 
17,700 
117,363 

10,198 
4,516 
14,817 
M,119 



16,542 
25,585 
13,604 
30,753 
18,377 

11,923 
18,009 
14,492 
11,177 
18,602 

32,641 
13,645 
34,039 
15,833 



18,212 



11,409 
13,358 
25,908 

10,344 
13,093 

7,156 
20,096 

7,433 

9,804 
6,537 
14,013 
13,224 
10,080 

23,330 
6,319 
6,763 
14,707 
20,682 

16,369 
16,813 
8,623 
29,836 
16,734 

8,602 
17,881 
12,969 
8,641 
8,100 

18,761 
17,856 
18,489 
13,436 
4,701 



U,3B1 



23,854 

9,815 



5,707 
5,613 
19,949 
17,189 
11,453 

18,146 
13,306 
7,794 
9,792 
3,078 

6,599 
15,876 
14,708 



8.734 

8,728 
38,801 
11,155 

14,670 
84,655 

9,074 
3,730 
13.430 
13,758 



17,051 
19,899 
11,573 
18,047 
17,149 

11,316 
16,797 
10,887 
9,557 
16,330 

21,613 
6,316 
19,176 
13,879 



17,213 



6,129 
12,709 
13,747 

9,074 
12,887 

6,146 
15,102 

6; 867 

8,789 
6,470 
13,183 
11,024 
7,728 

20,740 
4,275 
6,208 
10,906 
19,187 

9,248 
16,041 

8,461 
27,761 
14,310 

7,713 
16,951 
11,048 
8,182 
6,379 

10,300 
14,945 
16,569 
14,842 

4,471 



10,406 



21,109 
8,656 



4,703 
5,837 
19,072 
14,497 
6,358 

13,420 
13,633 

7,611 
2,553 

5,97« 
13,967 
9,789 



7,346 

8,606 
31,418 
10,659 
11,458 
40,137 

8,386 
8,577 
6,407 
11,171 



17,847 
19,531 
8,718 
15,298 
16,980 

5,974 
15,758 
9,094 
8.769 
14,193 

22,414 
3,696 
16,297 
11,851 



15, 6n 



4,800 
11,613 
10,063 

10,577 
10,649 

6,412 
11,049 

6,526 

9,449 
6,341 
11,676 
7,978 
8,598 

17,651 
3,720 
6 381 
9,392 

18,808 

5,381 
14,082 

8,389 
19,822 
13,623 

6,351 
15,400 
10,887 
6,790 
4,538 

15,849 
11,962 
14,058 
14,539 
4,392 



18,539 



15,875 
7,667 



8,083 
4,369 
15,183 
10,014 



9,790 
11,517 



6,918 
1,978 

4,314 
9,349 
6; 184 



5,439 

8,221 
17,230 
7;9S3 
7,893 
331446 

6,644 
2,736 
5,376 
9,368 



12,454 
13,431 
6,322 
9;607 
11,317 

4,004 
13,284 
6,783 
7,866 
10,103 

30,406 
1,837 
11,181 
10,439 



12,190 



2,964 
9,436 
7,834 

9,S6Z 
7,688 
5^413 
8,321 
5,161 



4,491 
11,458 
5,227 
8,006 

13,750 
3,091 
4,284 
6,633 

17,218 

3,586 
10,096 

6,500 
16,663 
14,615 



11,782 
7,639 
6,317 
2,778 

10,905 
7,822 
11,040 
10,461 
4,150 



11,860 



14,708 
7,698 



3,066 
3,856 
11.922 
7^806 



8,917 
8,295 



6.149 
1,491 

4,755 
10,483 
5,081 



5,189 

7,047 
15,195 

J- IS 
7; 398 

14,427 

6,734 

2,437 

3,880 

10,146 



12,652 
12,940 
5^966 
9,866 
12,044 

3,039 
13,736 
6,137 
7^805 
10,702 

15,611 
1,609 
10,605 
10,743 



10,210 



2,919 
9,107 
6,998 

7,196 
8,367 
5,466 
5,349 
4,626 



11,961 



18,685 
8,984 



3,680 



8,263 
14,838 



8,861 



7,340 



8,864 
12,969 
4,577 



5,546 
8,449 
5,088 . 

7,890 I 

15,330 ' 
1,791 
4,608 1 
4 808 1 

15,963 

2,997 
9,997 
7,083 
16,584 
14,820 



11,649 1 

ros8 

4,061 I. 
1,973 I. 

10,078 

6,295 ;. 

8,744, 
10, 125 I 

3,499 :. 



8,709 
8,305 
8,860 
11.613 



8,440 



0.9 
7.0 
15.3 

-5.8 

-10.8 

9.4 

58.0 

13.0 

-0.3 

35.1 

17.0 

4.8 

0.1 

0.1 

-0.9 

3.9 



4,983 

6,984^ 

I 

13,068 I 
11 257 
8,896 
8,713 
11,578 



14,721 



6,928 
14,726 

16,450 
3,334 
9,768 

11,486 



9,131 



10,224 I 
6,442 ; 

6,660 
7,926 ; 
5,908 I 
7,714 I 
8,956 



6,007 
7,052 
6,7C8 
10,280 

16,476 



16,085 

2,154 
10,744 
14,433 
18,578 
13,396 



12,269 
7,089 



14,306 



6,627 
10,794 



-8.7 

8.9 
8.5 
-1.5 
11.5 
80.9 

-9.0 
-10.2 
2S.3 
11.8 
10.0 

2.5 
5.2 
5.9 
4.2 
-4.8 

6.9 

-U.8 

10.7 

-0.6 

3.5 

-7.0 

21.1 

-18.8 

-LI 
21.0 

8.7 
34.4 
5.0 
L8 
11.6 

-6.6 

-1.7 

11.8 

8.5 

-8.7 

1L5 

-30.6 

17.7 

1L6 

-16.9 

3.9 
19.8 

-4.9 
15.7 

-L5 

-53.3 

3.3 

-2.8 

32.0 

17.5 

-0.8 
8.6 
-0.7 
-9.1 
U.0 

8.8 
0.8 

-49.3 
9.2 

-25.6 



18.7 



15.8 
-19.8 



-9.6 
-18.9 

-L4 
811 
44.0 

-33.6 
17.3 

3.4 
32 3 

3.1 

19.6 
22.8 
18.1 



13.1 

8.4 
109 
8.4 
LI 
5L4 

-9.4 
3.4 
9.8 
13.8 



1L9 

12.7 

-25.5 

24.0 
5.0 

18.4 
-0.7 

11.9 
0.1 
7.1 

4.3 

-23.3 

26.6 

10.1 



17.4 



13.0 
-LO 
37.0 

12.9 
-L3 
21.8 
22.0 
-26.8 

5.3 
-L6 

6.6 
27.4 
-9.3 

7.9 
26.4 

7.0 
49.8 
-LI 

20.0 
24.7 
13.3 
21.4 
10.2 

29.1 
4.6 
8.9 
4.6 

32.7 

3.9 
13.1 
23.5 

3.8 
-2.8 



-5.6 



1L7 
1L8 



-19.8 
-8.0 
47.6 
33.8 
33.0 

48.4 
13.1 
13.1 
61.4 
4.1 

48.8 
38.8 
44.7 



15.9 
16.6 
3.6 
307 
816 

12.4 
21 4 
6.7 
10.7 



-8.0 
28.6 
17.6 
15.0 
6.6 

5.4 

7.3 

83.1 

17.0 

14.7 

4.8 

U6.0 

25.4 

8.3 



6.8 



86.1 
5.1 
88.5 

14.0 

l.« 

16.4 

32.7 

8.3 

11.5 
LO 
6.9 
30.0 
30.4 

12.5 
47.8 

8.9 
85.4 

8.1 

76.9 

-1.4 

1.9 

7.8 

16.9 

11.5 
5.5 
8.5 
6.6 

27.0 

15.1 
19.6 
1L7 
-9.8 
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Table 49.— ABEA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 192fr-Oontiiiu«l. 

(A intniis sign (— ) denotes deorease.] 





Land 
ana in 
square 
miks: 

1930. 










loruixTtov. 










IMO 


IMO 


1900 

\ 


1890 


18W 


1870 


18W 


18M 


Par seat of increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mUe. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



GEORGIA— Continued. 



Rslyiin , ,.,,, 


377 
4U 
319 
119 
164 

794 
209 
166 
411 
466 

312 
212 
466 
340 
373 

322 
630 
243 
393 
181 

137 
435 

231 
314 
324 

317 
432 
331 
771 
404 

669 
788 

302 
264 
245 

283 
403 
168 

472 
661 


6,746 
16,731 
63 692 
9,621 
6,243 

23,662 
21,908 
11,216 
13,009 
29,640 

11,158 
8,841 
14,508 
11,473 
16,291 

19,601 
33,044 
14,483 
13,897 
3,937 

7,864 
36,097 
12,466 
10,407 

6; 466 

14,786 
23,370 
24,216 
28,361 
11,828 

28,147 
U.3ffl 
S342 
9 817 
6,106 

16,897 

24*310 
11,876 
23,868 


15.2 
40.6 
199.7 
80.0 
34.0 

29.7 
104.8 
67.6 
29.4 
66.0 

35.8 
41.7 
31.1 
33.7 
41.0 

60.9 
62.3 
69.6 
35.4 
21.8 

53.9 
83.0 
54.0 
33.1 
19.9 

46.6 
54.1 
73.2 
36.8 
29.3 

42.1 
18.8 
17.7 
37.2 
24.9 

69.7 
38.5 

52.9 
34.1 
36.7 


S,S«2 
18,841 
58,886 
8,916 
5,213 

20,202 
19 741 
9,728 
13,437 
29,092 

11,696 
8,766 
18,569 
10,839 
13,288 

22,003 
29,071 
11,487 
11,206 
3,932 


6,283 
16;8«7 
53,735 
7,515 
5,499 

19,262 
171619 


6,606 
15267 
45,194 
6,813 
5,143 

14,424 
13,117 


4,63( 
13,341 
34,666 
6,838 
5,302 

12,786 
12,585 


li 


8,271 
9S71 
21,281 


2,118 
13,868 
16,246 


8.8 
-U.8 
8.2 
6.8 
0.6 

16.6 
11.0 
15.3 
-10.0 
1.9 

-1.6 

0.9 

-21.9 

6.8 

15.1 

-10.9 
13.7 
26.2 
21.0 
0.1 


-11.5 

11.8 

9.6 

18.6 

-5.2 

1.9 

12.0 


12.1 


Randolph 


10.8 




18.9 


Bockdale> 


10.8 


Snhl«T . . ... 


5,129 

9,175 
10,206 


4,683 

8,274 
8,609 




1.0 




6,847 


88.6 


PpaJdln^ .,...,.. 


34.3 










15,886 
26,213 

12, m 
7,912 

20,419 
9,846 

10,083 

19,023 
31,076 


15,682 
22,107 

13,268 
7391 

10,233 
8,666 
6,477 

14,508 
X,154 


13,996 
18,239 

14,115 
7084 
6,988 
8,697 
4,828 

10,451 
20,697 


14,204 
16,569 

11,913 

7^143 
3,245 

9,058 
11,523 


U,423 
9; 138 

13,616 
1^583 
1,352 
6,968 
3,713 

6,232 
10; 706 


16,027 
10,322 

16,684 
6,146 
8,227 


-15.3 
U.O 

-1.1 
10.8 

-9.1 
10.1 
31.8 

15.7 
-6.5 


l.l 




18.6 


Tallwt 

Taliaferro 


-8.0 
8.6 


Tattnall* 

Taylor 

Teffair" 

Terrell 


99.2 
13 6 


3,026 


81.1 
31 X 


Thomas ' 


i6,id8 


18.8 


Tifti 
























4,748 


4,064 


3,261 


2,780 


2,169 




-17.2 


16 8 


Treutlen' 








26,228 
10,075 
10,736 
6,918 

12,767 
18,692 
25,393 
22,957 
11,860 

28,174 
18 069 
0,151 


24,002 


20,723 


.»,565 


17,632 


16,262 


10,879 


37.6 
28.7 
-3.1 
-6.7 

15.9 
26.0 

-1.6 
28.5 

-0.3 

-0.1 

10.0 

-18.2 


9.3 


15.8 


Tnnieri 




Twiffffa 


8,716 
8; 481 

13,670 
15,661 
20,942 
13,781 
11,463 

28,227 
9,449 
6,618 


8,195 
7,749 

12,188 
13,282 
17,467 
8,811 
10,957 

25,237 
7485 
6,096 


8,918 
6,431 

12,400 
11,036 
15,622 
4 159 
10,885 

21,964 
5,980 
5,237 


5,267 

9,430 

• 9,926 

11038 

2; 286 
10,545 

15,842 
2,177 
4,077 


8,320 
i;il3 

9,910 
10,062 
11,071 
2,200 
9,820 

12,096 
2968 
5,080 


8,179 
7; 234 

9,434 
13,109 
10,821 

3 888 
12,126 

11,786 


23.2 
-18.1 

-6.7 
19.1 
21.3 
66.8 
3.5 

-0.2 
38.8 
-7.1 


6 1 


Union 


9.1 




12 3 


-WUker 


174> 
19* 


Walton I 


Wara> 


66.2 


Wanen' 


1.6 




11.8 


Wayne ~. ........................ 


26.8 


WeMter. • . ..... 


16 % 


Wheeleri 






White 


5,110 

16,034 
13,486 
23 441 
10,078 
19,147 


5,912 

14,509 
11,097 
20,866 
11,440 
18,664 


6,151 

12,916 
7980 
18,081 
10,781 
10,048 


5,34i 

11,900 
3 109 
15,986 
12,061 
5 802 


4,606 

10, 117 
3 439 

11,796 
9,383 
3,778 


3.315 

10,01. 
2,116 

11120 
9 376 
2,763 




19.5 

6.0 
16. n 

3.3 
1X9 
31.6 


-18.6 

9.8 

21. « 

13.3 

-U.9 

2.6 


—3 9 


Whitfield 




12.8 


Wilcox^ • ...... ........... 




39 1 


Wilkes 


12,107 
8;396 


16.1 


Windnson 


6 1 


Worth' 


86 7 









IDAHO. 

(In computing the increase from 1890 to 1900 for certain counties, the population of Indian reservations in 1900 has been deducted from the total population of the county 
in order to make It comparable with the total for 1890, which does not include the population of Indian reservations. 'Hie deductions thus mads for the serei^ 
counties are as follows: Bingham, 939; Kootenai. 752; Lemhi, 186.] 



The state' 


•63,364 


431,866 


6.3 


336,594 


HI, 772 


< 86, 648 


•33,610 


■ 14.9*9 






•38.8 


UL3 


8t.T 












Ada' 


1,151 

1,366 

1,837 

980 

786 

2,181 
2,797 
1,840 
1,748 
1,904 

1,276 
2,048 
1,070 
692 
1,263 

2,695 
1,778 
2,608 
4,921 

2,808 

«6 

1,849 
667 
740 

8,539 


35,213 
3,966 

27,632 
8,783 
6,997 

18,310 
il,473 
1822 
12,967 
1^501 

4,474 
2,940 
1,780 
26,932 
2,191 

15,669 
1,886 
4 983 
3,660 
5,087 

8,660 
10,380 
6,427 
T648 
11,749 


30.5 
X2 

15.0 
9.0 
8.9 

8.4 
L6 
1.0 
7.4 
9.2 

3.5 
1.4 
1.6 
46.5 
1.7 

6.0 
LI 
2.0 
0.7 
L8 

15.6 
5.6 
1L3 
10.2 
L4 


29,068 


11,669 


8,368 


1,671 


2,875 


' 




2LI 


1SL6 


38.1 












19,242 
7,729 


11,702 
7,051 












48.1 
13.6 


61.1 

9.6 




Bear Lake' 


6,067 


3,335 








16.4 


T^flnflwah ' 












23,306 
8,387 
5,250 

13,588 


10,447 
4,900 
4,174 


13,575 










-21.1 

-16.7 
-06.3 
-1.6 


123.1 

n.2 

26.8 


—80.0 


Blafhe' 












Boise' 


3,342 


3,211 


3,831 






31.0 


Ronne^ ' . 


























Boundary ' 














1 































Oama<}' . . ... 
























25,323 


7,497 












6.1 


237.8 




Caribou' ' 














Cassia' 


7,197 


3,961 


3,113 


1,312 






.... 1 


117.6 


82.2 


IS.7 


Clark' . ... 
























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Custer'. 


3,001 
4; 785 


2,049 
2; 286 


2,176 
1,870 










18.3 
6.3 


16.6 

109.3 


— S.8 












22.2 


Franklin' , 








1 






24,606 


12,821 












-57.8 


9L9 




f^™' . . 














Oooding'... ... 






















Idaho' 


i2,384 


9,121 


3,955 


2,031 


849 




' 


-5.i 


36.8 


20a7 



•For rates of Inereue or decrease for combinations of new ooontlas with those from flrtiich formed, see Table 21, p. 40. 

> For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see PP- 110, 141. 

> Total land area Includes part of Yellowstone National Park (36 square miles): total population returned as in Wyoming. State total for 1890 includes population 
(4,163) of Indian reservations, specially enumerated, not distributed by counties; population (2,629) of Alturas County, taken to form part of BUlneCounty in 1896; and 
population (1,169) of Logan <^nty, taken to form Lincoln (bounty and part of Blaine County in 1895. State totals for 1880 and 1870 include pqpulatton (Ii693 in 1880; 680 
u 1870) of Alturas Ck>anty> parts taken to form part of Custer County in 1881 and to form Elmore and Logan Counties in 1889. 



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•RiBLB 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920— Continued. 

[A aitDasstgli (— ) denotes deereaae.] 





Land 
•raain 
gqnan 
ndlM: 

IWO. 










FOFOLATION. 










IMS 


IMO 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1860 


16M 


Per oent of Increase. 




Total. 


square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 
1900. 



IDAHO— Continued. 



Jefferson ■ 


1,094 

608 

1,2S3 

i,on 

4,507 

470 

1,188 

481 

756 
851 

1,209 

7,956 

414 

1,391 

2,597 
463 
1,967 
3,779 
1,479 


9,441 

5,729 
17^878 
18,092 

5,164 

8,851 
3,446 
9,167 
9,035 
15,253 

6,723 
4 694 
7,021 
6,105 

14,250 
3,921 

28, 3W 
2,524 
9,424 


8.6 

9.5 

14.3 

16.9 

1.1 

a4 

2.9 
19.1 
12.0 
17.9 

5.6 
0.6 
17.0 
3.7 

5.6 
&S 
14.5 
0.7 
6.4 






















Iat>me> 






















Kootenai' 


22,747 
18,818 
4,788 


10,216 
13,451 
3,446 


4,108 
9,173 
1,915 


518 








-21.4 

-3.9 

7.9 


122.7 
39.9 
38.9 


130.4 


L«tah> 








48.6 


T.amhl 1 


2,230 


988 






64.6 


Lewis' 








Uneoln' 


12,676 


1,784 












-72.8 


610.6 




Madbon'. 














Minidoka >.. 






















NeiPerce> 


24,860 

16,170 
4,044 


13,748 

8,933 
3,804 


2,847 

6,819 
2,021 


3,965 

6,964 
1,426 


1,607 

1,922 
1,713 






-38.6 

-55.7 
16.1 


80.8 

69.8 
6.3 


382.9 


Oneidai 






31.0 


Owybee' 






88.2 


Pavatto>. 








pow>. ::::::;:::::;:::::::: : 






















nhmlunifii... . 


13,063 


11,950 


5,382 


469 


722 






i 2.1 


16.8 


122.9 


teton> 








Twin Falls > 


13,543 














1 109.7 






Valle;' 


















Waslitngtoni 


11,101 


6,882 


3,836 


879 








-15.1 


61.3 


79.4 













njjNois. 



The (tate>. 



Adams 

Alexander. 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 



Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. 



Christian. 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton... 
Coles'.... 



Cook 

Crawferd 

Cumberland. 

DeKalb 

DeWItt 



Douglas'... 
DuPage... 

Edgar 

Edvards... 

Effingham., 



Fayette. . 
Ford'.... 
FranlcUn. 
Fulton... 
Gallatin. . 



Greene 

Onindy... 
BamHton. 
Hancock.. 
Hardin.... 



Benderaou. 

Henry 

Iroquois'... 

Jackson 

Jasper 



Jefleraoa. . , 

Jersey 

Jo Dayiess.. 

Johnson 

Kane 



Kankakee' 
KendaU... 

Knox 

La Salle... 
Lake 



16,043 



842 
226 
388 
293 
297 

881 
256 
453 
371 
1,043 

700 
493 
462 
483 
525 

933 
453 
363 

G38 
415 

417 
345 
021 
238 
611 

729 
COO 
445 
884 



615 
433 
456 
780 
185 

376 

824 

1,121 



6,485,180 1 111. 7 5,638,691 



508 



603 
367 



348 
627 



334 

711 

1,146 

465 



02,188 
23,980 
16,045 
15,322 
9,336 

42,648 
8,245 
19,346 
17,896 
56,959 

38,458 
21,165 
17,684 
23,947 
35,108 

3,053,017 
22,771 
12,858 
31,339 
19,262 

19,604 
42,120 
25,769 
9,431 
19,556 

26,187 
16,466 
57:293 
48,163 
12,866 

22,883 
18,580 
15,920 
28,623 
7,533 

9,770 
46,162 
34,841 
3^001 
10,064 

28,480 
12,683 
21,917 
13,603 
99,480 

44,040 
10,074 
46,727 
92,925 
74,286 



73.9 
106.1 
41.4 
52.3 
31.4 

48.4 
32.2 
42.7 
48.2 
54.6 

54.9 
42.9 
38.3 
47.6 
66.9 

3,272.3 
50.3 
36.4 
49.1 
46.4 

47.0 
122.1 
41.6 
30.6 
38.3 

35.9 
32.9 
128.7 
54.5 
38.0 

44.4 

42.9 
35.0 
36.6 
40.7 

26.0 
64.8 
31.1 
63.1 
31.6 

47.2 
346 

35.2 
34.5 
188.8 

67.3 
SI.l 
65.7 
81.1 
163.3 



= = 



64,588 
22,741 
17,076 
15,481 
10,397 

43,976 
8,610 
18,085 
17,372 
51,829 

34,694 

23,517 
18,661 
22,832 
34,517 

2,406,233 

26,281 
14,281 
33,457 
18,906 

19,501 
33,432 
27,336 
10,049 
20,056 

28,076 
17,096 
2£,943 
49,549 
14,628 

22,363 
24,162 
18,227 
30,638 
7,015 

9,724 
41,786 
36,543 
36,143 
18,167 

29,111 
13,964 
22,657 
14,831 
91,862 

40,762 
10,777 
46,169 
(0,132 
56,068 



4,881,560 



67,068 
19,384 
16,078 
16,791 
11,667 

41,112 
8,917 
18,963 
17,222 
47,622 

32,790 
24,033 
19,553 
19,824 
34,146 

1,838,735 
19,240 
16,124 
31,756 
18,972 

19,097 
28,196 
28,273 
10,345 
20,465 

28,065 
18,359 
19,676 
46,201 
16,836 

23,402 
24,136 
30,197 
32,216 
7,448 

10,836 
40,049 
38,014 
33,871 
20,160 

28,133 
14,612 
24,533 
15,667 
78,782 

37,154 
11,407 
43,612 
87,776 
34,504 



8, 816, 162 I 



> For notes rejiardln? chani^sa In boundaries, etc., see p. 141 

> Total lor 1890 includes 1 Indian spedajly enumeratsa, not 

> Less than one-tenth of 1 per cent. 



61,888 
16,563 
14,560 
12,203 
11,951 

35,014 
7,662 
18,320 
15,963 
42,159 

30,631 
21,899 
16,772 
17,411 
30,093 

1,191,922 
17,283 
15,443 
27,066 
17,011 

17,669 
22,551 
26,787 
9,444 
19,358 

23,367 
17,035 
17,138 
43,110 
M,93S 

23,791 
21,024 
17,800 
31,907 
7,234 

9,876 
33,338 
35,167 
27,809 
18,188 

22,690 
14,810 
25,101 
15,013 
65,061 

28,732 
12,106 
. 38,762 
80,798 
24,336 



077,871 


1,539,881 


59,135 
14,808 
14,866 
11,608 
13,041 


56,362 
10,664 
13,152 
12,942 
12,205 


33,172 
7,467 
16,976 
14,493 
40,863 


32,416 
6,662 
16,706 
11,580 
32,737 


28,227 
21,894 
16,192 
18,714 
27,042 


20,363 
18,719 
15,875 
16,286 
25,236 


607,524 
16,197 
13,759 
26,768 
17,010 


349,966 
13,889 
13,223 
23,266 
14,768 


15,853 
19,161 
25,499 
8,697 
18,920 


13,484 
16,685 
21,450 
7566 
15,668 


23,241 
15,099 
16,129 
41,240 
12,861 


19,638 
9,103 
12,662 
38,291 
11,134 


23,010 
16,732 
16,712 
35,337 
6,034 


20,277 
14,038 
13,014 
35,935 

5,113 


10,723 
36,507 
36,451 
22,606 
14,616 


12,682 
35,606 
25,782 
10,634 
11,234 


20,686 
16,642 
27,528 
13,078 
44,039 


17,864 
15,054 
27,820 
11,248 
39,001 


25,047 
13,083 
38,344 
70,403 
21,218 


24,358 
13,38« 
39,622 
60,792 
21,014 



1,711,961 



41,323 
4,707 
9,815 

11,678 
9,938 

26,fi6 
6,144 
11,733 
11,125 
14,629 

10,492 
14,987 
9,336 
10,941 
14,203 

144,964 
11,661 
8,311 
19,086 
10,820 

7,140 
14,701 
16,926 
5,464 
7,816 

11,189 
1,979 
9,393 

33,338 
8,055 

16,083 
10,379 

9,915 
29,061 

3,760 

9,601 

20,660 

12,325 

9,689 

8,364 

12,966 
12,061 
27,325 
9,343 
30,062 

15,412 
13,074 
38,663 
48,832 
18)267 



851,470 



26,508 
2,484 
6,144 
7,624 
7,198 

8,841 
3,231 
4,586 
7,253 
2,649 

3,203 
9,532 
4,289 
5,139 
9,335 

43,385 
7,135 
3,718 
7,540 
6,002 



0,290 
10,602 
3,624 
3,799 

8,076 



6,681 

22,608 

6,448 

13,429 
3,023 
0,363 

14,662 
2,887 

4,612 
8,807 
4,149 
5,862 
3,220 

8,100 
7,364 

18,604 
4,114 

16,703 



7,730 
13,279 
17,816 
14,226 



li.O 


16.9 


-3.7 


-3.7 


6.4 


17.3 


-6.0 


6.2 


-1.0 


-2.0 


-10.2 


-10.0 


-3.0 


7.0 


-4.2 


-3.4 


7.3 


-4 9 


3.0 


0.9 


9.9 


8.8 


11.3 


5.6 


-10.0 


-2.1 


-5.2 


-46 


0.6 


15.2 


1.7 


1.1 


26.9 


3a8 


-13.4 


36.6 


-10.0 


-11.4 


-6.3 


5.4 


1.8 


-a 3 


0.1 


3.6 


2&0 


18.6 


-6.7 


-3.3 


-6.1 


-2.9 


-2.5 


-2.0 


-6.7 


(•) 


-3.7 


-6.9 


12a 8 


31.9 


-2.8 


7.2 


-12.1 


-7.6 


-18.3 


-4.4 


-23.1 


0.1 


-12.7 


-9.8 


-6.9 


-4.9 


7.4 


-5.8 


a6 


-ia3 


8.3 


4.3 


-2.0 


-6.6 


5.6 


3.8 


-11.6 


-9.9 


-2.3 


3.5 


-9.1 


-4.5 


-3.3 


-7.6 


-IM 


-8.6 


8.3 


16.0 


lai 


9.7 


-6.6 


-6.0 


1.3 


5.8 


3.1 


2.7 


34.9 


69.6 



11.0 



8.4 
17.0 
10. S 
29.4 
-3.8 

17.4 
16.8 
3.5 
7.9 
13.0 

7.4 
9.7 
16.6 
13.9 
13.6 

64.3 
11.3 
4.4 
17.3 
11.5 

8.1 

25.0 

5.6 

9.8 

5.7 

30.1 
7.8 

14.8 
7.3 
6.0 

-1.6 

14.8 

13.5 

LO 

3.0 

«l7 

sai 

8.1 
21.8 

las 

34.6 

-1.3 

-3.3 

4.4 

31.1 

2IlS 

-6.3 

12.5 

8.6 

42.4 



not included in the pofalation of any oounty. 



Digitized by 



Google 



102 



POPULATION. 



Tabm 49.— area and POPULATIOK OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO m»-Cmtinatti. 

(A minua dgn (— ) denoMa deonue.] 





Lwid 
araain 
squara 
mOes: 
1990. 


1 








POMTLATIOM. 










1 IMO 


1910 


1900 


1890 


18M 


187« 


UW 


18M 


1 

1 Percantotlncnase. 

1 




Total. 




!, 1910 
to 
10». 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1806 
to 
1903. 



ILiIilNOIS— Coatinued. 



iMwnaet... 

Im 

livlngrtoo. . 

Loon 

UoDraou^. 

HoHanry.... 

MoLesn. 

Uaoon. 

Ifaooopln... 
Ifadlaon 

Harion 

UanhaU 

Uaaon 

Haaaae 

Ueaard 

Hercer 

Ifonroe 

Montgomery. 

Uorxan 

Uomtrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perfy 

Piatt 

Pike 

Ill IB 

Pop* 

Pu^^ 

Putnam 

Randolph... 
jEUdUand.... 

Rock Island. 

St. Clair 

Saline 

Sangamon... 
Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

Stephenaon.. 
Taiewell 

Unlco 

Vermilion'.. 

Waboah 

Warren 

Washington. 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside... 

W1U« 

WiUiamsoo.. 
Winnebago.. 
Woodford... 



358 

742 

1,043 

617 



620 

1,191 

585 

860 
737 

560 
396 
555 

240 
317 

540 
389 
689 
576 



756 
636 
451 
451 
786 

385 

190 
173 
587 
357 

434 
663 
399 
876 
432 

219 
772 
290 
559 
647 

403 
921 
230 
546 

501 
733 

637 
079 

844 
449 
529 
528 



21,380 
28,004 
30,070 
20,562 
27,074 


59.7 
37.7 
37.5 
47.9 
40.0 


33,164 
70,107 
66,175 
67,274 
106,895 


5X5 
58.9 

111.4 
66.6 

145.0 


37,497 
14,760 
16,634 
13,559 
11,694 


65.9 
37.3 

3ao 

56.6 
36.9 


18,800 
13,839 
41,408 
33,567 
14,839 


34.8 
33.0 
60.1 
58.3 
43.9 


26,830 
111,710 
22,901 
15,714 
26^806 


35.5 
175.6 
50.8 
34.8 
34.2 


9,625 
14,639 

7;679 
20,109 
14,044 


25.0 
77.0 
43.8 
49.6 
39.3 


92,297 
136 520 

38,353 
100,262 

13,285 


217.7 
206.9 

96.1 
114.6 

30.8 


9,489 
29,601 

9,693 
37,743 
38,540 


38.1 
38.3 
33.4 
67.6 
59.6 


20,219 
86,162 
14,034 
31,488 


50.2 
98.6 
63.8 
39.4 


18,035 
22,772 
20,081 
36,174 


32.1 
31.1 
39.6 
53.3 


92,911 
61,002 
90,929 
19,340 


110.1 
136.1 
171.9 
36.6 



22,661 
27,750 
40,465 
30,216 
26,887 

32,509 
68,008 
54,186 
50,685 
89,847 

35,094 
15,879 
17,377 
14,200 
12,796 

19,723 
13, 5W 
35,311 
34,420 
14,630 

27,864 
100,255 
22,088 
16,376 
28,622 

11,215 
15,650 
7,561 
29,120 
15,970 

70,404 
119,870 
30,204 
91,024 
14,852 

10,067 
31,693 
10,008 
36,821 
34,027 

21,856 
77,996 
14,913 
23,313 

18,769 
25,637 
23,052 
34,6*7 

84,371 
4.1,098 
63,153 
20,306 



16,523 
29,894 
42,036 
28,680 
28,412 

29,759 
67,S43 
44,003 
42,256 
64,094 

30,446 
16,370 
17,491 
13,110 
14,336 

20,945 
13,847 
30,836 
35,006 
15,224 

29,129 
88,608 
19,830 
17,706 
31,596 

13,585 
14,554 
4,746 
28,001 
16,391 

55,249 
86,685 
21,685 
71,593 
16,129 

10,455 
32,126 
10,186 
34,933 
33.221 

22,610 
65,635 
12,683 
23,163 

19,526 
27,926 
25,386 
34,710 

74,764 
27,796 
47,845 
21,822 



14,603 
26,187 
38,456 
35,489 
27,467 

26,114 
63,016 
38,083 
40,380 
51,535 

24,341 
13,653 
16,067 
11,313 
13,120 

18,545 
12,»t8 
30,008 
32,636 
14,481 

28,710 
70,378 
17^629 
17^062 
31,000 

14,016 
11,355 
4,730 
25,049 
15,019 

41.917 
66,671 
19,342 
61,196 
16,013 

10,304 
31,191 
9,982 
31,338 
19.656 

31,549 
49,905 
11,866 
21,281 

19,262 
23,806 
25,006 
30,864 

82,007 
22,226 
39,938 
21,439 



13,663 
27,491 
38,450 
25,037 
27,970 

24,908 
60,100 
30,666 
37,682 
50,126 

23,686 
15,066 
16,242 
10,443 
13,024 

19,502 
13,682 
28,078 
31,514 
13,099 

29,937 
55,355 
16,007 
15,583 
33,751 

13,256 

9,507 

5,554 

25,690 

15,546 

38,302 
61,806 
15,940 
52,894 
16,249 

10,741 
30,270 
11,207 
31,963 

29,666 

18,102 
41,588 
9,945 
22,933 

21,112 
21,291 
23,087 
30,886 

53,422 
19,324 , 

30,505 
21,620 



13,633 
27,171 
31,471 
23,063 
26,509 

23,702 
53,988 
2«,481 
32,726 
44,131 

20,622 
16,956 
16,184 
9,581 
11,735 

18,760 
12,982 
2^314 
28,463 
10,385 

27,492 
4^540 
U,723 
10,953 
30,768 

11,437 
8,752 
6,280 
20,859 
12,803 

29,783 
51,068 
12,714 
46,352 
171419 

10,530! 
25.476 
10,751 
30,608 ; 
27,903 

16,518 

30,388 

8,841 

23,174 

17,599 
19,758 
16,846 
27,608 

43,013 I 
17^329 
29,301 I 
18,956 ; 



9,314 
17,661 
11,837 
1^273 
30,089 

22,080 
38,773 
13,738 
34, MS 
31,361 

13,739 
13,437 
10,931 
6,313 
9,584 

i5,oe 

12,832 
13,979 
22,112 
6,386 

22,888 
36,601 
9,552 
6,127 
271249 

6,742 
3,943 
5,587 
171205 
9,711 

21,005 
37,694 
9,831 
32,274 
14,684 

9,069 
14,613 

9,004 
25,112 
21,470 

11,181 
19,800 
7,313 
18,336 

13,731 
12,223 
12,403 
18,737 

29,321 
12,205 
24,491 
13,282 



6,121 
6,292 
1,562 
5,128 
7,616 

14,978 
10,163 
3,988 
12,356 
20,441 

6,720 
6,180 
5,921 
4,092 
6,349 

5,24« 
/,6M 
6,277 
16,064 
3,234 

10,030 
17,547 
5,278 
1,606 
18,819 

3,975 
2,365 
3,934 
11,079 
4,012 

6,g87 
20,180 

5,588 
19,228 
10,673 

7,914 

7,807 

3,710 

11,666 

12,052 

7,615 
11,492 
4,090 
8,176 

6,963 
6,825 
8,925 
5,361 

18,708 
7,216 

11,773 
4,415 



-5.7 


37.1 


0.0 


-7.2 


-3.4 


-3.7 


-2.2 


6.4 


0.7 


-5.4 


2.0 


9.2 


3.1 


0.3 


S0i3 


23.1 


13.0 


19lO 


19iO 


38.9 


6.8 


15.3 


-5.0 


-4.2 


-4.3 


-a7 


-4.5 


8.3 


-8.6 


-ia7 


-4.7 


-5.8 


-5.0 


-2.4 


17.3 


14.5 


-2.5 


-1.7 


1.4 


-89 


-3.7 


-4.3 


11.4 


13.1 


3.7 


11.4 


-4.0 


-7.5 


-6.1 


-9.4 


-14.2 


-17.4 


-6.5 


7.6 


0.2 


69.3 


-12.1 


4.0 


-2.6 


31.1 


27.4 


13.9 


38.3 


27.0 


89.3 


10.1 


27.1 


-10.6 


-7.9 


-5.7 


-3.7 


-6.6 


-1.3 


-4.0 


-0.9' 


2.5 


5.4 


13.3 


2.4 


-7.4 


-3.3 


10.5 


18.8 


-5.9 


18.5 


-7.8 


0.6 


-3.9 


-3.9 


-11.4 


-7.0 


-12.9 


-9.2 


4.8 


-0.6 


10.1 


12.8 


35.5 


62.2 


44.0 


33.0 


-5.7 


-6.0 



13.5 
14.2 

(lS 
12.5 

3.4 

14.0 
7.6 

U.S 
4.6 

25.5 

25.1 

ia.9 

8.9 

15.0 
9.3 

12.8 
0.9 
2.8 
7.8 
S.I 

1.5 

2S.» 

18.1 

3.8 

1.0 

-3.1 
38.2 

0.8 
11.8 

9.1 

31.8 
30.3 
12.1 
17.0 
0.7 

1.5 
3.0 
3.0 
U.S 
12.4 

4.9 

31. 5 

6.0 

8.8 

1.4 
ICO 

1.5 
12. S 

2).< 
2S.1 

19.8 
18 



INDIANA. 



Th«ft>t6 ! 36,045 1 



Adams........ 

Allen 

Bartholomew. 

Benton. 

BiMkford 

Boone 

Brown 

Carroll 

Clarkl'.r.ir."] 



Clay 

Clinton.... 
Crawtad. 
Davtesi... 
Dearborn. 

Decatur.., 
D«Kalb.. 
Delaware. 
Dubois... 
Elkhart.. 



337 I 

661 

407 

408 

168 

427 
324 
ZTt 
416 
375 

361 
408 
303 
433 
313 

378 
370 
392 
427 
462 



8.930,390 


81.3 


30,503 


6a8 


114,303 


17X9 


23,887 


58.7 


12,206 


29.9 


14,084 


83.8 


23,675 


55.3 


7,019 


2L7 


16,315 


43.3 


38,833 


93.1 


29,381 


78.3 


39,447 


81.6 


27,737 


68.0 


11,201 


37.0 


36,896 


02.0 


19,083 


64.0 


17,813 


47.1 


25,600 


69.2 


56,377 


143.8 


19,915 


46.6 


56,384 


UZO 



3,700,876 



21,840 
93,386 

24,813 
12,688 
16,820 

24,673 
7,975 
17,970 
36,368 
30,260 

33,535 
26,674 
12,057 
27,747 
21,396 

18,798 
25,054 
51,414 
19,843 
49,008 



8.616,4<3 



22,232 
77,270 
24,594 
13,123 
17,213 

26,321 
9,727 
19,953 
34,645 
31,836 

34,385 
28,202 
13,478 
29,914 
22,194 

19,518 
25,711 
49,624 
20,357 
45,063 



1,193,404 



20,181 
66,689 
23,867 
11,903 
10,461 

36,572 
10,308 
20,021 
31,J53 
30,259 

30,536 
27^370 
13,941 
36,227 
23,384 

19,377 
34,307 
30,131 
30,253 
39,201 



1,978,301 

~16,386 

54,763 

22,777 

11,108 

8,020 

25,922 
10,264 
18,345 
27,611 
28,610 

25,864 
23,473 
12,356 
21,552 
36,671 

19,779 
20,225 
22,926 
15,992 
33,454 



1,681,(37 

11,383 
43,494 

21,133 
5,616 
6,272 

22,593 
8,681 
16,152 
24,198 
24,770 

19,084 
17^330 
9,851 
16,747 
34,116 

19,063 
17,167 
19,030 
12,597 
36,026 



1,3 60,411 

9,352 
29,328 
17,865 
2,809 
4,122 

16,763 
6,607 
13,489 
16,843 
30,502 

12,161 
14,505 
8,226 
13,333 
24,406 

17,394 
13,880 

15,763 
10,394 
20,986 



981.416 1 

5,797 
16,919 
13,428 
1,144 
2,860 

11,6M 
4,846 

11,015 
11,021 
15,828 

7,944 
11,869 

6,624 
10,363 
30,166 

16,107 
8,351 

10,843 
6,321 

U,600 



1.6 

-^ 
22.4 

-3.7 
-3.8 
-11.0 

-4.6 

-13.0 

-9.2 

6.4 

-2.9 

-9.5 
4.0 
-7.1 
-X2 
-6.4 

-5.2 
2.2 
9.7 
0.4 
15.1 



7.3 

2a9 

0.9 

-3.8 

-M 

-6.3 

-18.0 

-9.9 

5.3 

-4.9 

-5.1 
-5.4 

-las 

-7.8 
-3.6 

-3.7 
-16 

3.6 
-16 

8.8 



14.8 

laa 

15. 9 

3.0 

laa 

64.5 

-a» 
-&« 

-a 8 
lao 

6.8 

12.8 

3.0 

-3.8 

14.1 
-6.0 

L* 
6.8 

64.7 

a5 

14.9 



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Tabus 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF CIOUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1820— Ck)ptmued. 

(A. minus sign (— ) denotes decrease ] ' 



Luid 
sraain 
squara 
miles: 

1920. 



ropiTLATioir. 



1910 



Total. 



Per 
square 



mo 



1*00 



IMO 



1880 



1870 



1800 



18M 



Per cent of Increase. 



1910 

to 

1900. 



1900 

to 

1910. 



1890 

to 

1900. 



INDLA.NA— Continued. 



Fayette 

Plojd 

Poontain.... 
Pnnkan.... 
Fulton 

OilMca 

Grant 

Greeoa 

Hamiltcn... 
Baooock 

Banison 

Hendricks... 

Henry 

Howard 

Uuiitlngton. 

Jacksoo 

Jasper 

Jmterson.... 
Jennings.... 

Johnsrai 

Knox 

Kosciusko... 

1* Porte 

lAWTOlCe... 

Madison 

Harion 

MarsbaU. ... 

Martin 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan 

Newton 

Noblo 

Ohio 

Orange 

Oweo 

Parke 

Perry 

Pike 

Pcfter 

Posey 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Bandolph... 

Hlpley 

Bush 

St. Joaepb... 

Soott 

Shelby 

Spencer 

sUrke 

fitcnbea 

BnUivmn . 

Switseriand. 

Unloo 

Vanderbofi. 
VwmiUon.. 
Vigo 

Wabasb.... 
Warren..... 
Warrlok 

Wi 

Wayne. 
Wds... 
White... 
WUtlsy. 



216 
148 
395 
394 



423 
543 

399 
307 

480 

408 
307 
297 



H8 
562 
875 
3B4 



322 
510 
641 
387 
492 

595 
456 

460 
397 
441 



381 
416 
501 
406 

405 

417 

85 

407 



447 
38« 
338 
415 
402 

432 
483 

447 
448 
409 

460 
100 
407 
40S 
305 

305 
460 
223 
503 
260 

162 
233 
254 
409 

425 
368 

392 

619 

411 
3A5 

807 



17,142 
30,661 
18,823 
14,806 
16,478 

29,201 
51,353 
36,770 
34,222 
17,210 

18,656 
30,291 
34,682 
43,966 

31, en 

24»228 
13,9«I 
33,318 
30,709 
13,380 

30,739 
46,195 
27,120 
14,000 
159,967 

50,443 
28,228 
69,161 
348,061 
23,744 

11,866 
28,668 



2& 
20,010 

10,144 
22,470 
4,024 
16,974 
12.760 

18,875 
16,692 
18,684 
20,256 
19,334 

12,386 I 
19,880 1 
26,484 I 
18,694 I 
19,241 , 

103,304 
7,424 
36,982 
18,400 
10,278 

13,360 
31,630 
9,311 
42,813 
16,153 

6,021 
92,288 
27,626 
100,213 

37,231 
9^699 
19,862 
16,646 

48,136 

saaoo 

17^351 
15,660 



79.4 
207.2 
47.7 
37.6 
44.9 


14,415 
30,293 
20,439 
15,335 
16,879 


U,4a5 
30,118 
21,446 
16,388 
17,453 


12,630 
29,458 
19,568 
18,366 
16,746 


6ai 

121.4 
67.7 
60.7 
56.1 


30,137 
51,426 
36,873 
37,026 
^ 19,030 


30,009 
54,003 
28,530 
29,914 
19,189 


24,920 
31,493 
24,379 
26,123 
17,829 


3a4 
49.7 
87.4 
14a 
82.0 


20,232 
20,840 
29,768 
33,177 
38,982 


21,702 
21,292 
25,088 
28,676 
28,901 


20,786 
21,498 
23,879 
28,186 
27,644 


46.8 
24.8 
63.2 
66.9 
34.7 


24,727 
13,044 
24,961 
20,483 
14,203 


26,633 
14,292 
2^SI8 
22,913 
15,757 


24,139 
11,185 
23,478 
24,507 
14,608 


64.4 
80.6 
50.1 
36.3 
325.1 


20,394 
39,183 
27,938 
15,148 
82,864 


20,223 
32,746 
29,109 
15,284 
37,882 


19,561 
28,044 
28,645 
15,615 
23,886 


84.8 
61.9 
153.7 
876.7 
53.8 


45,797 

30^625 

• 65,224 

263,661 

24,175 


38,386 
25,729 
70,470 
197,227 
25,119 


34,445 

19,792 
36,487 
141,156 
23,818 


3&0 
78.2 
58.9 
56.9 
«.3 


12,950 
29,350 
23 426 
29,296 
2i;i!l2 


14,711 
28,344 
20,873 
29,388 
20,467 


13,973 
25,823 
17,673 
28,025 
18,643 


25.0 
53.9 
47.3 
41.7 
32.5 


10,504 
24,009 
4,329 
17^192 
14.053 


10,448 
23,533 
4,734 
16 864 
15,149 


8,803 
23,359 

4,955 
14,678 
15,040 


42.2 
43.5 
6II.3 
48.8 
411 


22,214 
18,078 
19,684 
20,540 
21,670 


23,000 
18,778 
20,486 
19,175 
22,333 


20,296 
18,240 
18,544 
18,062 
21,529 


28.7 
41.2 
59.2 
41.7 
47.0 


13.312 
20,620 
29,013 
19,462 
19,349 


14,033 
21,478 
28,653 
19,881 
20,148 


11,233 
22,335 
28,065 
19,350 
19,034 


224.6 
39.1 
63.8 
4S.7 
33.7 


84,312 
8,323 
26,802 
20,676 
10,567 


58,881 
8,307 
26,481 
22,407 
10,431 


42,457 
7,833 
25,454 
22,060 
7,339 


43.8 
68.8 
41.9 
85.1 
62.1 


14,274 
32,439 
9,914 
40,063 
17,459 


13,219 
26,005 
11,840 
38,669 
18,116 


14,478 
21,877 
12,514 
36,078 
18,157 


37.2 
396.1 
108.8 
346.0 


6,360 
77,488 
18,865 
87,930 


6,748 
71,769 
15,252 
62,085 


7,006 
59,809 
13,154 
50,195 


64.1 
95.4 

6a7 

32.1 


26,926 
10,8*9 
21,911 
17; 445 


28,235 
11,371 
22,339 
19,409 


27,126 
10,966 
21,161 
18,619 


117.1 
56.2 
34.3 

46.3 


43,757 
22,418 
17^602 
16,892 


38,970 
23,449 
19,138 
17;S28 


37,628 
21,614 
It 671 
17,768 



11,394 
24,590 
20,228 
20,092 
14,301 


10,476 
23,300 
16,388 
20,223 
12' 726 


22,742 
^618 
22,990 
2^801 
it; 123 


17,371 
18,487 
19,514 
20,882 
15,123 


21,326 
22,981 
24,016 

19,584 
21,805 


19,913 
20,277 
22,986 
15,847 
19,036 


23,050 
9,464 

19,282 
25,977 
16,453 


18,974 
6,364 
15,000 
39,741 
16,218 


19,537 
26,324 
36,494 
15,630 
15,091 


18,366 
21^662 
23,531 

14,148 
12,339 


30^985 
18,543 
27,527 
102,782 
23,414 


27,063 

23,770 
71,939 
20,211 


13,475 
24,083 
15,875 
27,316 
18,900 


11,103 
21,052 
14,168 
23,765 

17,528 


8,167 
22,936 

5,663 
14,363 
15,901 


5,829 
20,389 

5,837 
13,497 
16,137 


19,460 
16,997 
16,383 
17,227 
20,857 


18,160 
14,801 
13,779 
13,942 
19,186 


9,851 
22,501 
26,435 
21,627 
19,238 


7,801 
21,514 
22,862 

20,977 
17,626 


33,178 

8,343 

25,257 

22,122 

5,105 


25,322 
7,873 
21,892 
17,998 
3,888 


14,645 
20,336 
13,336 
35,866 
14,407 


12,854 
18,453 
12,134 
33,515 
11,953 ! 



10,225 

20,183 

,15,566 

'19,540 
9,422 


10,217 
14^875 
13,253 
17,968 
5;982 


14,532 
15,797 
16, OU 

17,310 
13,802 


10,771 
11,092 
12,313 
12,684 
9;6«8 


18,521 
1^953 
20,110 
12,624 
14,867 


15,286 
14,083 
1^605 

6,667 
7,850 


16,286 
4,281 
11,399 
25,036 
14,749 


11,047 

3,540 

7,047 

23,916 

12,006 


14,854 
16,056 
17,41S 
11,366 
9,145 


12,101 
11,084 
10,243 
8,387 
3,991 


22,919 
13,682 
16,518 
39,865 
12,722 


12,145 
12,007 
12,375 
24,103 
6,348 


8,975 
16,851 
12,847 
20,888 
16,110 


5,941 
11.304 
11,286 
18,084 
14,576 j 



2,360 
14,915 

.%462 
12,076 
14,376 




7,946 
5,308 
10,809 
12,106 



7,673 
43,193 
12,025 I 
45,658 I 

25,241 
11,497 
20^162 
18;966 

38,613 
18,443 
13,796 
16,941 



6,341 
33,145 
10,840 
33,549 

21,305 
10,204 
17,668 
18,496 

34,048 
13,585 
10,564 
14,399 



15,538 I 
11,847 I 
10,078 
10,313 
16,167 I 

5,711 
20,081 
18,897 
19,0f.4 
16,193 

18,455 I 
, 7,303 
19,668 
14,556 ' 
2,195 

10,374 
15,064 ! 
12,698 I 
25,726 
8,170 I 

7,109! 
20,652 

9,422 
22,517 I 

17,647 ' 
10,067 
13,361 
17,909 

29,568 
10,844 
8,258 
10^730 



14,868 I 
7268 
7,720 
6,234 

12,549 

2,595 
18,615 
14,725 
14,820 
16,445 

10,954 
5,885 

15,502 
8,616 ;| 
557 ! 

6,104: 
10,141 , 
12,932 I 
19,377 ;' 

3,532 I 

6,944 ! 
11,414 

8,661 
15,289 

12,138 
7,387 
8,811 

17,040 

25,320 
6,152 
4,761 
5,190 



119 
1.2 
-7.9 
-3.4 
-2.4 

-3.1 

-01 

-03 

-104 

-9.6 

-7.8 
-16 
16.5 
32.5 
9.3 

-2.0 
7.0 

-6.6 
1.1 

-6.8 

1.7 
17.9 
-2.9 
-7.5 
93.0 

lai 

-7.8 

6.0 

32.0 

-1.8 

-8.4 

-2.3 

4.7 

-2.8 

-6.6 

-3.4 
-6.4 
-7.0 
-1.8 
-9.3 

-15.0 
-7.7 
-5.1 
-1.4 

-10.8 

-7.0 
-3.1 

-a 7 

-3.9 
-0.8 

22.5 
-10.8 

-3.1 
-11.0 

-2.7 

-8.4 
-2.5 
-6.1 
6.9 
-7.5 

-3.8 
19.2 
46.4 
14.0 

1.1 

-11.0 

-9.4 

-4.6 

10.0 
-8 5 
-1.4 
-7.3 



6.8 

0.6 

-4.7 

-6.4 

-3.3 

0.1 
-6.0 
3».3 
-9.7 
-0 8 

-6.8 
-11 
18.6 
16.1 
03 

-7.2 
-8.7 
-6.9 
-106 
-9.9 

0.8 
19.7 
-4.0 
-0.9 
118.7 

19.3 
19.0 
-7.4 
33.7 

-3.8 

-1X0 
3.S 
12.2 

-0.3 

3.5 1 

as 

2.0 
-8.4 

2.0 
-7.2 

-3.4 

-3.7 

-3.9 

7.1 

-3.0 

-5.1 
-4.5 
1.3 
-2.2 
-4.0 

43.2 

02 

1.2 

-7.7 

1.3 

-6.2 

24 7 

-16.3 i 

3.61 
-8.7! 

-7! 2 

7.9 

23.7 

41.7 

-4.6 

-4.2 

-1.9 

-10.1 

12.3 
-4.4 

-&0 
-2.5 






6.8 
2.2 
9.7 
-10 8 
4.2 

208 
73.7 
17.0 
14.6 
7.6 

4.4 

-1.0 
5.1 
0.1 
4.5 

10.3 
27.8 
14.3 
-6.6 
7.9 

3.4 
16.8 

1.6 
-2.1 
58.6 

11.4 
30.0 
93.1 
39.7 
5.5 

5.3 
9.8 
18.1 
4.9 
9.7 

IS. 7 

0.7 

-4.7 

14.8 
0.7 

13.3 
2.9 

ia6 
6.3 
3.7 

24.9 

-3.8 

2.0 

2.7 

5.9 

3&7 
6.1 
4.1 
1.6 

42.1 

6.1 
18.9 
-5.4 
10.1 

5.8 

-3.7 
209 
16.9 
23.6 

4.1 
3.8 
5.6 
4.3 

X6 

9.0 

23.1 

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Tablb 49.— ABEA and POPULATION OP COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO 1920-Oofttinued. 

(A minus sign (— ) denotes deorase.] 





Land 
area In 
sqnan 
miles: 

uao. 


FOrULAIIOII. 


COVMTT. 


IMO 


IMO 


1«W 


1890 


18M 


1870 


18«0 


18M 


Per cent of Incraase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mQe. 


mo 

to 

itao. 


itoo 

to 

UlO. 


ISM 
to 



IOWA. 

[In eompatinz the percentage of Increase for Tama ConntT from 1800 to 1000, the population (385) of Sac and Fox Indian Reserratlon In 1000 has been deducted from the 
total population of the county In order to make it comparable with the total for 1800, which does not Include the population of the Indian tescrratlon.] 



Th« Bteta. 



Adair... 
Adams. 



Appanoose. 
Auduboo... 



Banton 

Black Hawk.. 

Boone 

Bremer 

Buchanan . . . . 



Bnena Vista.. 

Butler 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 



Cedar 

CenoOordo. 

Cherokee 

CMekasaw... 
Clarke 



Clay 

Clayton... 
Clinton... 
Crawford. 
Dallas.... 



Davis 

Decatur 

Delaware 

Des Moines.. 
Dickinson.. 



Dubuque.. 
Emmet... 
Fayette... 
Floyd.... 
Franklin.. 



Fremont.. 

Oreene 

Grundy... 
Outhrle.... 
Hamilton.. 



Hancock.. 
Bardln... 
Harrison.. 

Henry 

Howard.. 



Humboldt.. 

Ida 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson... 
Johnson... 

Jones 

KeokiA... 
Kossuth... 



Lee 

Linn.... 
Louisa... 
Lucas... 
Lyon. . . 



Madison.. 
Mahaska... 
Marlon.... 
MarshaU.. 
Mills 



Mitchell 

Monona 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Muscatine.... 



O'Brien... 

Osceola 

Page 

Palo Alto.. 
Plymouth. 



(5,SM 



2,4M,«tl 



573 
427 
630 
518 
MS 

712 

scs 

569 
434 

567 

571 
577 
568 
571 
564 

570 
567 
678 
497 



563 

702 
691 

n5 



501 
633 
571 
409 
876 

601 

3931 
724 I 
496, 
578' 

507 
574 
501 
595 
670 

670 
669 
691 
427 
468 

431 
430 
583 
632 
730 

431 
610 
569 
578 
973 

511 
709 
396 
432 
582 

563 
568 

563 

672 



463 
686 
432 
424 
432 

669 , 
395 
531 ' 
561 
856 I 



14,259 
10,521 
17,285 
80,535 
12,630 

34,080 
66570 
29,892 
16,728 
19,890 

18,556 
17,845 
17,788 
21,649 
19,431 

17,560 
34,675 
17,760 
15,431 
10,506 

15,660 
25^032 
48,371 
20,614 
26,120 

12,574 
16,66o 
18,183 
35,620 
10,241 



43.2 3,214,771 



2,m,883 



21.9 
34.6 
27.1 
59.5 
28.8 

83.8 
100.1 
52.5 
38.5 
35.1 

32.5 
30.9 
31.3 
37.7 
31.4 

30.8 
61.2 
31.0 
31.0 
24.5 

27.8 
32.0 
62.8 
28.8 
42.6 

25.1 
31.1 
31.8 
86.8 
27.3 



I 



58,262 
13,627 
39,251 
18,860 
15,807 


96.9 
82.1 
40.4 
38.1 
27.3 


15,447 
16,467 
14,420 
17,596 
19,531 


30.5 
28.7 
28.8 
29.6 
34.3 


14,723 
23,337 
24 488 
18,298 
13,706 


25.8 
41.0 
35.4 
42.9 
29.3 


12,951 
11,680 
18,600 
19,931 
27,865 


30.0 
27.2 
81.9 
31.5 
38.2 


16,440 
26,462 
1^607 
2^983 
25,083 


38.1 
43.4 
82.7 
36.3 

26.8 


39,676 
74,004 
12,179 
15,686 
15,431 


77.6 
104.4 
30.8 
36.3 
26.5 


15,020 
26,270 
24,957 
32,630 
15,422 


26.7 
46.3 
44.8 

67.0 
35.2 


13,921 
1^125 
23,467 
17; 048 
29;042 


3al 
26.0 
54.3 

40.2 
67.2 


19,061 
10,223 
24:137 
15,486 
23,584 


33.5 
25.9 
45.5 
27.6 
27.6 



14,420 
10,996 
17,328 
28,701 
12,671 

23,156 
44,866 
27,626 
IS.Stt 
19,748 

15,961 
1^119 
17,090 
20,117 
19,047 

17,766 
25,011 
16,741 
15,875 
10,736 

12,766 
25,676 
46,394 
20,041 
23,628 

13,315 
10,347 
17,888 
36,146 
8,137 

57,450 
9,816 
27,019 

17,119 
14,780 

15,623 
16,023 
13,574 
17,374 
19,242 

12,731 
20,921 
23,163 
18,640 
12,930 

12,182 
11,296 
18,409 
21,258 
37,034 

15,951 
35,914 
19,050 
21,160 
21,971 

36,702 
60,720 
12,855 
13,462 
14,024 

15,621 
29,860 
22,995 
30,279 
15,811 

13,435 
16,633 
25,429 
16,604 
29,505 

17,262 
8,956 
24,002 
13,845 
23,129 



16,192 
13.601 
18,711 
35,927 
13,626 

25,177 
32,389 
28,300 
16,306 
21,427 

16,975 
17,966 
18,669 
30,310 
21,374 

19,371 
20,673 
16,570 
17,087 
12,440 

13,401 
37,750 
43,833 
31,685 
23,068 

15,620 
18,115 
19,185 
35,989 
7,995 

66,403 
9,986 
39,846 
17:754 
14,996 

18,546 
17,820 
13,757 
18,729 
19,514 

13,752 
22,704 
25,597 
20,022 
14,612 

12,667 
12,327 
19,544 
23,615 
26,976 

17,437 
24,817 
21,954 
24,979 
23,720 

39,719 
55,392 
13,516 
16,126 
13,165 

17,710 
34,273 
24,159 
29,991 

16,764 

14,916 
17,980 
17:985 
17^803 
28,342 

16,985 
8,725 
24,187 
14,354 
22,309 



1,912,297 



14,534 
12,293 
17,907 
18,961 
1^412 

24, 178 
24,319 
33,773 
14,630 
18,997 

13,548 
15,463 
13,107 
18,828 
19,646 

18,263 
14,864 
15,659 
15,019 
11,383 

9,800 
36,733 
41,199 
18,894 
20,479 

15,258 
15,643 
17^849 
35,834 
4,328 

49,848 
4,274 
23,141 
15,424 
12,871 

16,812 
15,797 
13,215 
17,380 
15,319 

7,621 
19,003 
21,356 
18,895 
11,182 

9,836 
10,705 
18,270 
22,771 
24,943 

15,184 
23,083 
20,233 
23,862 
13,130 

87,716 
45,303 
11,873 
14,563 
8,680 

15,977 
28,805 
23,058 
25,842 
14,548 

13,299 
14,515 
13,666 
15,848 
24,604 

13,060 
5,674 

21,341 
9,318 

19,568 



1,624,616 



11,667 
11,888 
19,791 
16,636 
7,448 

34,888 
23,913 
30,838 
14,081 
1^646 

7,637 
14,298 

5,596 
12,361 
16^948 

18,936 
11,461 
8,240 
14,534 
11,5U 

4,248 



38,788 
12,413 
18,746 

16,468 
1&836 
17^960 
33,099 
1,901 

42,996 
1,560 
22,258 
14,677 
10,249 

17,652 
12,727 
12,639 
14,394 
11,252 

3,453 
17,807 
16,649 
20,986 
10,837 

5,341 

4,382 

19,221 

23,771 

25,963 

17,469 
25,429 
21,062 
21,258 
8,178 

34,859 
37,237 
13,142 
14,530 
1,968 

17,324 
25,302 
25,111 
23,752 
14,137 

14,363 
9,065 
13,719 
15,885 
23,170 

4,155 
2,219 
19,667 
4,131 
8,566 



1,1M,«» 



3,063 
4,614 
17,868 
16,466 
1,213 

22,454 
21,706 
14,684 
12,528 
17,084 

1,586 
9,951 
1,603 
3,461 
6,464 

19,731 
4,722 
1,967 

10,180 
8,786 

1,528 
25771 

3,580 
13,010 

16,565 
13,018 
17,433 

r,36e 

1,889 

38,969 
1,392 
10,978 
10,768 
4,738 

11,174 
4,627 
6,399 
7,061 
6,066 

999 
13,684 

8,931 
21,463 

6,282 

2,596 
226 
16,644 
22,619 
32,116 

17,839 
34,898 
19,731 
19,434 
3,351 

37,310 
31,080 
12,877 
10,388 
331 

13,884 
32,508 
34,436 
17,676 
8,718 

9,582 
3,654 

13,734 
5,934 

21; 688 

716 



9,975 
1,336 
2,199 



876, tU 



984 

1,633 

13^237 

11,981 

464 

8,406 
8,3«4 
4,233 
4,916 
7,906 

67 
8,734 

147 

381 
1,613 

12,949 

940 

58 

4,886 

6,437 

52 

20,728 

18,(88 

383 

6,244 

13,764 
8,677 
11,024 
19,611 
180 

31,104 

106 

12,073 

3,744 

1,800 

5,074 
1,874 
793 
3,068 
1,699 

179 ,. 
5,440 . 
3,621 '. 
18,701 I 
3,168 I. 

332 I 

43 

8,029 

18,493 

9,883 

15,038 
17,573 
13,306 
13,271 
416 

39,333 

18,947 
10,370 
. 6,766 



Ut,tl« 



7,339 
14,816 
16,813 
6,015 
4,481 

3,409 

833 

8,813 

1:356 

16,444 



4,419 
132 
148 



777 
8,181 



673 
136 
786 



617 



8,941 



79 



8,878 
3,823 



854 

7,264 ' 

966 I 

1,759 ! 

12,988 >l 



10,841 



826 



1,244 



8,707 



822 
7,210 
1,280 

9,904 
4,472 
8,007 
4,822 



18,861 

5,444 

4,939 

471 



1,179 

5,989 

6,482 

338 



2,884 



5,731 



651 



81 


-6.3 


-1.1 


-10.9 


-4.8 


-19.1 


-0.3 


-7.4 


6.4 


10.7 


-1.3 


—7.0 


4.0 


-8.0 


36.1 


88.6 


8.3 


-3.0 


6.6 


-3.8 


0.7 


-7.8 


16.1 


-6.9 


4.3 


-4.7 


4.1 


-8.0 


7.1 


-1.0 


ZO 


-10.6 


-1.3 


-8.8 


88.6 


31.0 


6.1 


1.0 


0.4 


-9.8 


-3.1 


-18.7 


33.7 


—4.7 


-8.1 


-7.8 


-4.6 


8.6 


3.0 


-7.6 


6.8 


3.6 


-5.6 


-14.8 


1.8 


-9.8 


1.6 


-0.8 


-1.7 


0.4 


35.9 


1.8 


1.4 


1.9 


38.6 


-1.3 


4.8 


-6.8 


ia2 


-3.6 


6.9 


-1.4 


-1.1 


-15.8 


2.8 


-10.1 


6.2 


-1.3 


1.8 


-7.3 


1.6 


-1.4 


15.6 


-7.4 


11.6 


-8.3 


5.7 


-9.5 


-1.8 


-6.9 


6.1 


-II.O 


6.3 


-3.8 


3.6 


-8.4 


1.0 


-6.8 


-6.2 


-10.0 


3.0 


0.3 


3.1 


-8 5 


2.1 


4.4 


-3.8 


-13.3 


-0.8 


-15.8 


14.3 


-8.8 


8.1 


-7.6 


21.9 


9.6 


-5.3 


-4.9 


16.5 


-16.6 


5.6 


11.1 


-3.8 


-11.8 


-13.0 


-12.9 


8.6 


-4.8 


7.8 


1.0 


-2.6 


-5.7 


3.6 


-9.9 


3.0 


-7.6 


-7.7 


41.4 


37 


-6.7 


-1.6 


4.6 


104 


1.6 


14.1 


It 


06 


-08 


11.9 


-3.6 


2.0 


4.1 



16.7 



ll.>4 
10 8 

4.6 
80.7 

9.8 

4.1 
83.8 
18.6 
11.4 
1X8 

35.8 

16l1 

41.7 

7.0 

8.8 

0.1 
89.1 

6.8 
13.4 

9.8 

44.0 
3.8 
6.4 
14.8 
13.6 

2.4 
15.8 
10.6 

1.0 
84.7 

13.1 
ISX6 
39. 
15.1 
n.5 

10.1 
12.8 
4.1 
7.8 
27.4 

80.4 
19.9 
19.9 
6.0 
29.8 

28.8 
15.3 
7.0 
3.7 
8.3 

14.8 
7.6 
8.6 

4.7 
73.3 

68 

22.8 
13.8 
10.7 
61.7 

108 
19.0 
4.8 
16.1 
15.2 

1X2 
23.0 
81.8 
1X3 
15.8 

301 
66.8 

U8 

54.0 
18.8 



1 State total for 1800 includes papulation (431) of Sao and Fox Indian Beserration, in Tama County, specially enumerated and not inoluded in the pt^ulaUoo idiowa 
lor the county. 



Digitized by 



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COUNTIEa 



105 



Table 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO 1920— ftmtmned. 

[A aiAnisdgn (— ) dencta d««naM.] 





•reain 

square 

miles: 

1920. 










POPULATION. 








oouvrr* 


IMO 


IMO 


1900 


18M 


1880 


18!0 


1840 


IBM 


Per cent of increase. 




Total. 


Per 

square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



IOWA— Con tinned. 



Poeobontas.... 

PoUc 

Pottawattaioie 

Poweshiek 

Ringgold 

Sao 

8oott 

Shelby 

BIoox 

Stoiy 

Tama 

Taylor 

Umon 

VanBrnaa 

WapeUo 

Warren. 

Washington. .. 

Wayne 

Webtar 

Winnebago 

Winneshiek... 

Woodbuiy 

Worth 

Wright 



S76 
532 
042 
SSO 
540 

574 
449 

tat 

700 
5C7 

720 
534 
427 
4T7 
42S 

670 
559 
524 
714 



636 
804 
309 
675 



U,<02 
i:>4,029 
CI 550 
19,910 
12,919 

17,600 
78,952 
16,065 
26,4£S 
28,185 

21,801 
16,514 
17:268 
•14,060 
37; 937 

18,047 
20,421 
15,878 
37:611 
13,489 

22,091 
92,171 
11,630 
20,348 



27.1 
204.7 
«S.S 
84.8 
23.9 

83.5 
104.7 
27.3 
34.8 
40.2 

33.4 
23. X 
43.4 
29.6 
88.6 

11.7 
36.6 
29.8 
52.7 
33.8 

32.2 
106.7 
29.1 
36.4 



14,808 
110,438 
63,832 
13,6S9 
12,904 

16,SS5 
60,000 
10,6C2 
25,248 
21, 0^3 

22,156 
16,312 
16,616 
15,020 
37; 743 

18,194 
10,926 
18,1S4 
34,629 
11,914 

21,729 
6^616 
(LKiO 
17,951 



15,339 
t>3,S24 
54,336 

19,414 
13,325 

17,639 

51,558 
17,933 
23,337 
23,159 

24,585 
13,784 
19,928 
17^354 
35,426 

20,376 
20,718 
17:491 
31,757 
12,725 

23,731 
54,610 
10,887 
18,227 



9,653 
65,410 
47,430 

18,394 
13,556 

14,522 
43,164 
17,611 
1S,370 
IS, 127 

21,651 
18,384 
18,900 
18,253 
30,428 

18,369 
18,488 
15,670 
21,583 
7,325 

22,528 

55,632 

9,247 

12,057 



3,718 
42,395 
39,850 
18,986 
12,085 

8,774 
41,266 
13,898 

6,426 
16,906 

21,585 
15,635 
14,980 
17,043 
25,285 

19,578 
23,374 
1&127 
15,951 
4,917 

23,988 
14,996 
7,953 
5,082 



L446 

37^857 
16,8r3 
15,5fl 
5,691 

1,411 

38,599 

2,540 

576 

11,651 

18,131 
8,969 
5,9£8 
17:672 
22,346 

17,980 
18,962 
11,287 
10,484 
1,582 

23,570 
6,172 
2,892 
2,392 



108 
11,625 
4,968 
6,668 
2,923 

246 

26,959 

818 

10 

4,051 

5,285 
3,590 
2,012 
17,061 
14,518 

10^281 
14,235 
6,409 
2,504 
188 

13,942 

1,119 

756 

053 



4,513 

7,828 
615 



5,986 



8 
204 



12,270 
8,471 

961 

4,957 

840 



546 



5.4 

39.5 
10.3 
1.6 
0.1 

5.7 
23.3 
-^» 

4.8 
S.7 

-1.3 

-4.9 

3.9 

-6.4 

as 
-as 

Z5 

-5.0 

8.6 

13.2 

1.7 
36.3 
18.9 
13.4 



-8.5 

33.7 

2.8 

a 9 

-15.8 

-6.1 
16.4 

-7.7 
8.2 
4.0 

-9.9 

-18.2 

-16.8 

-13.4 

6.5 

-ia7 

-3.8 

-7.5 

9.0 

-6.4 

-8.4 
23.8 
-8.6 
-1.5 



6a« 
2as 

14.6 

5.5 
110 

2L5 
19l4 

1.8 
27.0 
27.8 

11. 8 
14.6 
17.» 
6.8 
16.4 

11.5 
12.2 
11.6 
47.1 
73.7 

5.3 

-1.8 
17.7 
51.2 



KANSAS. 

(In computing the peroentage of Incroaso from IS90 to 1900 lor certain counties, the population ot Indian reservations in 1900 has been deducted from the total population 
of the county in order to make it comparable \rlth the total tor 1890, irhich does not Include the population of Indian reservations. The deductions thus made 
for the seveial counties are as f<dlow3: Brown, 968; Doniphan, 47; Jackson, 1,011.] 



The state > 81,774 



AUen 

Andcraon. 
Atchison.. 
Barber >... 
Barton.... 



Bourbon 

Brown 

Butler 

Chase' 

Chautaaqoa > 



Cbraokee >... 
Cheyenne >.. 

aari-i 

Clay , 

Cloud 



Coffey 

Comaoohe'. 

Cowley « 

Cfawlord 

Decatur >.... 



DlcUnson-. 
Doniphan.. 
Ooa^.... 
EdW4rds>.. 
Elk' 



EUls 

Elbwoith.. 
nnney 1... 

Ford>. 

Franklin-.. 



Geary'... 

Oove 

Otaham.. 
Oiant'... 
Gray'... 



508 

sn 

412 

1.134 

892 

656 

571 

1,434 

7G9 
652 

6J5 
1,008 
973 
638 
702 

644 

788 

1,133 

805 



378 
469 
611 
652 

901 

724 

1,276 

1,083 

588 

390 

1,080 

897 

578 
857 



1,76(,<$7 



23,609 
12,966 
23,411 
9,739 
18,422 

23,198 
20,949 
43,842 
7,144 
11,698 

33,809 
5,587 
4,989 
14,305 
17,714 

14,254 
5,302 
35,155 
61,800 
8,121 

25,777 

13,438 

23,908 

7,057 

9,C34 

14,138 
10,379 
7,674 
14,273 
21,946 

13,453 
4,748 
7,624 
1,087 
4,711 



21.6 


1,690.949 


46.3 
22. S 
66.8 
8.6 
2a7 


27,040 
13829 
28,107 
0,916 
17,876 


35.4 
36.7 
80.6 
9.8 
17.8 


24,007 
21,314 
23,050 
7,527 
11,429 


55.6 

6.5 

6.1 

22.6 

25.3 


3S,182 
4,248 
4,098 
13,251 
18,888 


22.1 

6.7 

31.0 

102.1 

0.1 


15,205 
8281 
31,790 
51,178 
8,978 


30.8 
35.6 
51.2 
11.5 
13.9 


24,861 
14,422 
24,724 
7,033 
10,138 


13.7 
14.8 
6.0 
13.2 
87.8 


12,170 
10,444 
0,908 
11,303 
30,884 


84.S 
4.4 

8.5 
1.9 
5.5 


12,681 
6,044 
8,700 
1,087 
3; 121 



1,470,495 >1, 428, 101 



19,607 
13,938 
28,606 
6,594 
13,784 

24,712 
22,3u9 
23,303 
8,216 
11,804 

4J,694 
2,C40 
1,701 
15,833 
IS, 071 

1C,C43 

1,619 

33,156 

38.809 

9,234 

21,816 
15,079 
25,096 
3,883 
11,443 

8,C2C 
9,62B 
3,469 
6,497 
21,854 

10,744 
3,441 
6,178 
422 
1,264 



13,609 
14,208 
26,768 
7,073 
13,172 

2<,675 
20,319 
24,055 
8,233 

12,297 

27,770 
4,401 
2,357 
10,146 
19,295 

13,830 
2,549 
31,478 
30,280 
8,414 

22,273 
13,535 
23,901 
8,600 
12,216 

7.942 
9,272 
3,350 
5,308 
30,270 

10,423 
3,994 
5,020 

1,308 
2,415 



> 996,096 



11,303 
9,057 

26,668 
2,6r>l 

10,318 

19,591 
12,817 
18,686 
6,081 
11,072 

21,905 : 

87 I 
1G3 I 
i::,320 
15,343 I 

11,438 I 

872 1 
21,538 I 
10,851 

4,180] 

15,251 ' 
14,257 ' 
21,700 I 
2,409 I 
10,623 ' 

0,179 
8,4»4 



i364,8H 



I 



3,122 
16,797 

6,994 

1,196 

4.258 

9 



7,022 
6,220 
15,507 



11,0 



0,201 



1,175 
8.160 



3,043 
U,96e 
20,602 



' 107,208 



1,336 
1186 



427 
10,886 



3,082 
2,400 ' 
7,729 ; 



0,101 

2,607 

437 

808 



1,601 



l>a 



2,842 



378 
8,083 
8,«37 



8,090 
1,163 



4.6 


15.0 


-14.9 


41.7 


-6.1 


-a 8 


-16.7 


-L7 


-1.8 


5a4 


3.1 


29.7 


-8.4 


-2.9 


-1.7 


-t7 


9ai 


-1.3 


-5.1 


-8.7 


1.5 


-8.2 


-1L9 


-lae 


31.5 


6a9 


2L9 


I4a6 


-5.8 


-3.7 


-3.7 


1.8 


-6.3 


-8.6 


61.6 


1U2.7 


ia« 


6.4 


3a8 


3L9 


-9.5 


-Z8 


5.8 


11.7 


-8.8 


-4.4 


-2.9 


-L5 


a3 


91.0 


-ia» 


-11.6 


16.2 


4L1 


-a6 


8.9 


ILl 


99.1 


26.3 


107.8 


8.1 


-2.2 


6.1 


18.0 


-2L4 


147.0 


-1X4 


682 


y.9 


157.6 


146.9 



3.0 

44.4 

-L9 

6.9 

-17.3 

4.6 

-13.6 

5.8 

-iO 

a2 

-4.0 

53.7 

-4ao 

-27.8 
-1.9 
-8.3 

5.0 

-30. & 

-12.6 

281 

9.7 

-2.1 
ILl 
4.7 

-6.9 

8.0 
&6 
3.6 
3.0 
8.3 

2.0 

-67.7 
-47.7 



> For notas ngardlng cihangea in boondaiies, etc, see p. 141. 

sTfltal for 18*0 inetadea pepolatioD <1,01» of IndiaD rni e i taiiuug , speeWly e nnm er at ad, not dtoti f lute d by eennties; also popnlatiea (881) of OarteM Oooity, 
annezad to Finney County In 18B3. Total for 1880 inahidee poputotlon {Ol) of Arapahoe and Beqaoyah Counties, taken to form part of Finney County in 1884, popub- 
tioa <191) of Bnllalo County, part taken to form iiart of Finney County and part annexed to Hodgeman County in 1884. population (411) of Foote County, part taken to 
tormpart of Finney County and partaiinezed to Ford and Hodgeman Counties in 1884. Totals for 1870aDd 1860 include populatioD (3,704 and 10,respectlyely) of How- 
ard County, taken to form Chaotauqnaand Elk Counttee in 1875. Total for 1860 also includes population of Breekeoridge County (3,187), taken toformpartof Lyon 
County; of ICadison (V)unty(686), part amuxed to Oreenwood Ckxinty and part token to form part of Lyon County; and of Otoe County (238), annexed to Cliase 
County , between 1860 and 1870, 

• No change In population. 



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Table 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO 198»-CoBtUMied. 

(A mlnua sign (— ) denotes dacceese.] 





area in 

square 

miles: 

itao. 


FO^DLATION. 


OOUNTT. 


IMO 


MIO 


19M 


18M 


1880 


1870 


ISM 


MM 


Per cent of Inoreasa. 




TotaL 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1010 
to 

uao. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


ino 

to 

woo. 



KANSAS— Continued. 



Oreeley > 

Oreenwoodi. 
Hamlltoni... 

Harper > 

Harvey '...., 



HaskelH 

Hodgeman*. 

Jackson 

Jtferson 

Jewell 



Johnson... 
Kearney '. 
Kingman 1 
Kiowa'... 
Labette... 



Lane < 

Leavenworth. 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Legani 



Lyon ' 

IloPhenoni. 

Marioni 

Marshall 

Meade> 



Miami> 

HitcheU 

Montgomery. 

Morris 

Morton' 



Nemaha. 
Neosho >. 

Ness 

Norton ' . 
Osage.... 



Osborne. 

Ottawa 

Pawne*> 

FhilUps 

Pottawatomie.. 



Pratt'.... 
Rawlins'. 

Benoi 

BepubUc 
Bloo' 



RUey'.. 
Rooks... 
Rush'.. 
Russell.., 
Saline... 



8eott« 

Sedgwlek' 
Seward'.. 
Shawnee.. 
Sheridan >. 



Sherman'. 

Smith. 

Stafford'.. 
Stanton '.. 
Stevens '. . 



Sumner... 
Thomas'. 

Trego 

Waoaunae 
Wallace'.. 



Washington.. 

WlchiU' 

Wilson 

Woodson..... 
Wyandotte.. 



77« 
1,158 
084 
7M 
540 

sn 

858 
«7t 
543 
900 

480 
853 
867 
723 
643 

715 
440 
721 
613 
1,082 

845 
900 

953 
905 
984 



713 
644 

696 
718 

716 
580 
1,079 
878 
718 

894 
712 
742 
887 
829 

726 
1,084 
1,242 

704 
707 

604 
890 
719 
895 
720 

714 
994 
643 
544 



1,049 
888 

796 
GS5 
729 

1,179 

1,065 

899 

705 

921 

902 
721 
581 
503 
143 



1,028 
14,715 

2,586 
13,656 
20,744 

1,465 
8,734 
15,495 
14,750 
16,240 

18,314 
2,617 

12,119 
6,164 

34,047 

2,848 
38,402 

9,884 
13,815 

3,223 

26,154 
21,845 
22,023 
22,730 
6,642 

19,809 
13,886 
49,645 
12,005 
3,177 

18,487 
24,000 
7,490 
11,423 
18,601 

12,441 
10,n4 
9,323 
12,505 
16,154 

13,909 
6,799 
44,423 
15,855 
14,832 

20,650 
9,966 
8,360 
10,748 
25,103 

3,121 
92,234 

6,220 
00,169 

6,484 

5,692 

14,985 

11,559 

908 

3,943 

29,213 
5,517 
5,880 

11,424 
2,424 

17,984 

1,856 

21,157 

I22I2I8 



L3 
12.7 

3.6 
17.1 
38.4 


1,335 
10,060 

3,360 
14 748 
19,200 


493 

16,106 

1426 

10,310 

17,591 


1,264 
16,309 

2,027 
13,266 
1^801 


2.6 
4.4 

23.0 
27.2 
18.0 


993 
2,930 
16,861 
15,826 
18,148 


467 
2,083 
17^117 
17:533 
19,430 


1 
3 
14 
16 
19 


,on 

396 

,620 
,349 


37.7 
3.1 

14.0 
8.5 

63.0 


18,288 
3 206 

13,388 
6,174 

31,433 


18,104 
1,107 

10,663 
2,365 

27,387 


17,386 
1 671 

11823 
3,878 

37; 586 


4.0 
87.8 
13.7 
22.5 

3.0 


2,603 
41,207 
10,142 
14,735 

4,340 


1,563 
40,940 

886 
16 689 

i;962 


3,060 
88,485 

OlTOO 
17^216 

8,384 


31.0 
24.3 
34.1 
25.1 
6.6 


34,927 
21,521 
22,415 
23,880 
6,055 


25,074 
21,421 
20,676 
24,356 
i;58l 


23,196 
21,614 
20,539 
28912 
2;642 


3Z9 
19.5 
77.1 
17.2 
4.4 


20,030 
14,089 
49 474 
12,397 
1,333 


21,641 
14,647 
29,039 
11,967 
304 


19,814 
16,037 
33,404 
11,381 
734 


25.8 
41.4 
6.9 
13.0 
25.9 


19,072 
23,754 
5883 
11,614 
19,905 


20,379 
19 254 
4,535 
11,325 
33,669 


19,249 
18561 
4,944 
10,617 
96,063 


13.9 
15.0 
12.6 
14.1 
19.5 


13,827 
11,811 
8809 
14,150 
17,533 


11,844 
11183 
5,084 
14;443 
18,470 


13,088 
13,681 
6204 
13,661 
17,722 


17.8 
6.4 
85.8 
22.6 
21.0 


11,156 
6,880 
37,858 
17,447 
15,106 


7,085 

30,027 
18,248 
14,746 


8,118 
6,756 
37, 079 
19002 
14,451 


34.2 
11.2 
11.6 
12.0 
34.9 


15,783 
11 282 
7826 
10,800 
20,338 


' 18,828 
7,960 
6 134 
8,488 
17,076 


13,188 
8,018 
6 304 
7,333 

17,442 


4.4 

92.8 

9.7 

127.1 

6.1 


3,047 
73 096 

4,091 
61,874 

5,651 


1,098 

44,037 

822 

58,727 

3,819 


1,362 
43,636 

1,603 
49,173 

3,733 


5.3 
16.9 
14.5 
1.3 
5.4 


4,549 
15,366 
12,610 

1,034 

2,463 


3,341 
16,384 

9,829 
327 
620 


6,361 
15,613 
8620 
1,031 
1,418 


24.8 
6.2 
6.5 

14.4 
2.6 


30,654 
5466 
5398 

12,721 
2,759 


36,631 
4,112 
2,722 

13813 
1,178 


1;S 

2,468 


19.9 
?.< 

38.4 

17.9 

854.7 


20,229 
2,006 
10,810 
9,450 
100,068 


21,963 
1,197 
16,621 
10,022 
73,227 


33,804 

15,286 
9,021 
54,407 



3 

10,648 

168 

4,133 

11,451 



1,704 
1^718 
16,663 
17,475 

16,863 

169 

3,713 



22,736 

001 

33,365 

8,682 

16,298 



17,328 
17,143 
12,453 
16,136 
296 

17,802 
14,911 
18,213 
9,265 



12,463 
15,121 
3,722 
6,908 
19,642 

13,517 
10,307 
6,396 
13,014 
16,350 

1,890 
1,633 
13,826 
14,913 
9,292 

10,430 
8,112 
6,490 
7,351 

13,808 

43 

18,753 

6 

39,093 

1,567 

13 

13,883 

4,756 

6 

13 

30,812 

161 

3,635 

8,756 

686 

14,910 
14 
13,775 
6.S35 
19,143 



3,484 



6,053 

13,526 

207 

13,684 



9,»7y 



33,444 

616 

13,174 



8,014 
738 
768 

6,901 



11,726 

485 

7,564 

2,226 



7,339 

10,206 

2 



7,648 

33 

2,127 

179 



7,848 



1,281 
5 

5,105 



156 
4,246 



1,095 
■13,121 



66 



23 



166 

3,363 

538 

4,081 



8,694 
8,827 
10,015 



759 



1,936 
4,450 



t,364 



12,600 
"6,'336 



74 
2,280 



4,080 



770 
2,436 



1,113 



1,520 I 



1,234 



3,513 



1,023 



27 
1,488 
2,609 



-23.0 


170.8 


-8.4 


-0.8 


-33.0 


135.6 


-7.4 


43.0 


8.0 


0.1 


46.6 


117.3 


37.4 


44.2 


-8.1 


-1.5 


-6.8 


-9.7 


-10.6 


-6.5 


0.1 


LO 


-18.4 


189.6 


-9.6 


25.5 


-0.2 


161.1 


8.4 


14.7 


9.4 


66.5 


-6.8 


0.7 


-2.4 


8.6 


-6.2 


-n.7 


-24.0 


116.1 


4.9 


-0.6 


L6 


0.6 


2.3 


8.4 


-4.8 


-2.0 


9.6 


319.7 


-M 


-7.4 


-1.4 


-3.8 


0.3 


70.4 


-3.3 


3.6 


138.3 


338.6 


-3.1 


-6.4 


LO 


23.4 


27.3 


29.7 


-1.6 


2.6 


-6.6 


-16.0 


-3.0 


8.3 


-9.3 


6.6 


6.3 


74.3 


-U.6 


-2.0 


-7.8 


-6.1 


16.7 


67.5 


6.6 


3L7 


17.4 


30.4 


-8.1 


-4.4 


-1.8 


2.4 


30.8 


14.1 


-11.7 


41.7 


6.8 


37.6 


-0.5 


27.2 


1 33.4 


19.1 


3.4 


177.6 


26.2 


66.0 


62.0 


307.7 


11.8 


15.2 


-3.0 


48.0 


23L9 


36.2 


-2.6 


-6.3 


-7.6 


27.3 


-12.3 


216.2 


60.7 


285.6 


-4.7 


19.6 


LI 


32.7 


8.0 


98.3 


-10.2 


-0.7 


-1X1 


134.3 


-U.1 


-7.9 


-7.6 


67.6 


6.8 


26.8 


-4.0 


-5.7 


22.1 


36.7 



-61.0 

-a7 

-20.6 
-22.3 
-0.1 

-57.8 

-16.2 

lai 

6.6 

0.4 

4.1 
-20^6 

-0.8 
-17.7 

-0.7 

-34.1 

6.4 

L8 

-3.1 

—43.0 

8.1 
-0.9 

a7 

LO 
-37.8 

10.3 

-2.6 

26.7 

6.1 

-68.0 

5.0 
3.7 

-8.8 
0.7 

-S.6 

-10 
-ILl 

-3.3 
6.7 
4.3 

-12.7 
-22.4 

7.3 
-4.0 

20 

4.9 

-0.7 
17.9 
15.8 

-21 

-13.0 
0.9 

-45.3 
0.3 
2.3 

-38.6 

4.9 

15.4 

-68.3 

-56.3 

-15.8 

-25.7 

7.4 

9.3 

—52.3 

-4.1 

-84.6 

2.3 

U.1 

34.6 



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Tabl« 49.-AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920-Oontinued. 

(A. mliutt sign (-) denotes decrease.] 





Und 
ana in 
squ»n 
miles: 

itoo. 










POPVL&TIOH. 








OOOWTT. 


I9M 


ino 


19M 


1»M 


1880 


1870 


I8M> 


18M 


Percantoflncnase. 












TotsL 


Per 

square 
mllft. 


mo 

to 
1920. 


1900 1890 

to > to 

1010. 1900. 



KENTUCKY. 




*For rates of Increase or deCMase for emnfatiMtlou 
' For notes rexardlnK ebanges in boundaries, etc., 
' Less than one-tentn of 1 per cent. 



12,448 0,887 

of new ceuBtles with 
seep.l4L 



9,298 7,«14 

those team which formed, 



6,144 
see Table 24, p. 40. 



0.4 2S.9 



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Tasm M.— area and population of counties or equivalent DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 192a-Continued. 

[A mlnas sign (—) denotes deenose.] 





Land 
area In 
square 
miles: 
19% 


FOrOlATIOM. 




1W» 


1910 


itoo 


18W 


1880 


1870 


1800 


18M 


Per oent of Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


ino 

to 
19». 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1880 

to 

1900. 



KENTUCKY— Continued . 



tbdlSOB 

lla«ofHn>... 

Marion 

MarshaU 

Martini 

Mason 

Meade 

Meaiteei.... 

Mateer 

Metcalfe 

Mooroe 

Montgomery 

Uorean > 

MuUenberg. 
.NelBon 

Nicholas..... 

Olilo 

Oldham 

Owen> 

Owsley 

Pendleton... 

Perryi.i 

Plke« 

Powell' 

Pulaski >.... 

Bobartsoo... 
Rockcastle.. 

Rowan 

RusseU' 

Boott 

ft 

Shelby 

Simpson 

Spencer 

■wylor 

Todd 

Trtmbie .'."!!! 

Union 

Warren 

Washington I 

Wayne' 

Webster 

Whitley'.... 

Wolfe' 

Woodford... 



448 

302 
34S 
837 
227 

327 
801 

sot 

2« 
SOS 

441 

198 
866 
472 
411 

208 
S84 

180 
887 
216 

279 
386 

779 
181 
828 

109 
810 
272 
329 

288 

427 
216 
186 
279 
867 



164 
82S 



478 
344 
442 
280 
196 



26,284 
13,869 
IK 627 
IK 216 
^664 

17,760 
9,442 
6^779 
14,795 
10,078 

14,214 
12,246 
16,518 
83,353 
16,137 

9,894 
28,473 

7,689 
12,654 

7,830 

11,719 
26,042 
48,477 
6,746 
34,010 

8,871 
16,406 

9,467 
11,864 
15,318 

18,632 
11,160 
^785 
12,236 
16,694 

14,208 
6,011 
18,040 
30,868 
14,773 

16,308 
20,762 
27,749 
8,783 
11,784 



68.9 
45.9 
46.0 
46.6 
33.7 

78.2 
31.4 

38.5 
68.5 



33.2 
61.8 
45.8 
70.7 
39.3 

47.6 
46.3 
43.7 
34.3 
86.3 

43.0 
77.7 
63.5 
37.3 
54.3 

36.6 
49.7 
34.8 
38.0 
63.0 

43.4 
61.6 
41.9 
43.9 
43.8 

38.3 
39.0 
56.5 
68.2 
49.4 

33.9 
60.4 
62.8 
38.2 
60.4 



26,961 
13,654 
16,330 
18,771 
7;291 

18,611 
9,783 
6,163 
14,063 
10,463 

18,663 
12,868 
16,369 
38,698 
16,830 

10,601 
27,642 

7,248 
14,348 

7,979 

11,986 
11,365 
81,679 
6,368 
36,986 

4,131 
14,473 

9,438 
10,861 
16,966 

18,041 
11,460 
7,667 
11,961 
16,488 

14,639 
6,513 
19,886 
30,679 
13,940 

17,618 
20,974 
31,982 
. 9,884 
12,571 



35,807 
13,006 
16,390 
13,693 
5,780 

20,448 
10,633 

6,818 
14,428 

9,988 

13,063 
12,834 
12,792 
20,741 
16,587 

11,962 
27,287 

7,078 
17,663 

8,874 

14,947 
8,376 

33,686 
6,443 

31,398 

4,900 
13,416 
8,377 
9,665 
18,076 

18,340 
%«4 
Y406 
11,075 
17, sn 

14,073 
7,272 
21,338 
29,970 
14,182 

14,892 
20,097 
25,015 
8,764 
13,134 



34,848 
9,196 
16,648 
11,387 
4,209 

30,773 
9,484 
4,666 

15,034 
9,871 

10,989 
12,367 
11,249 
17,965 
18,417 

10,764 
22,048 

6,764 
17,678 

6,975 

18,348 
6,331 

17,378 
4,698 

35,731 

4,684 
9,841 
8,129 
8,138 
16,648 

16,621 
10,878 
8,760 
9,363 
16,814 

13,902 
7,140 
18,229 
30,158 
13,822 

12,852 
17,196 

17,590 
7,180 
13,380 



22,052 
6,944 

14,683 
6,847 
3,067 

20,469 
10,823 

8,766 
14,143 

9,438 

10,741 
10,666 
8 466 
15,098 
16,609 

11,869 
19,660 

7,867 
1X401 

4,942 

16,702 
6,607 

13,001 
3,639 

21,318 

6,814 
9,670 
4,420 
7,691 
14,965 

16,813 
10,841 
7,040 
9,269 
16,994 

14,488 
7,171 

17,809 
2?; 531 
14,419 

12,512 
14,246 

12,000 
5,838 
11,800 



19,543 
4,684 

12,838 
9,466 



18,136 
9,486 
1,988 

18,144 
^IS4 

9,231 
7,657 
5,975 
12,638 
14,804 

9,129 
16,661 

9,027 
14,308 

3,889 

14,080 
4,274 
9,662 
2,699 

17,670 

6,399 

7,146 
2,991 
5,809 
11,607 

16,733 
9,573 
5,966 
8,228 

12,612 

13,686 
5,577 
13,840 
21,742 
12,484 

10,602 
10,937 
8,278 
3,603 
8,240 



17,207 
3,485 

12,6(8 
6,982 



18,222 
8,8(8 



13,701 
6)745 

8,551 
7,869 
9,237 
10,726 
15,799 

11,030 
12,309 

7,383 
12,719 

6,885 

10,443 
3,960 
7,384 
2,267 

1^201 



6,343 
3,282 
6,024 
14,417 

16,433 
8,148 
6,188 
7,481 

11,575 

11,061 
6,880 
12,791 
17,320 
11,675 

10,269 
7,533 
7^762 



11,219 



16,727 



11,766 
5,269 



18,344 
7,393 



14,067 



7,756 
9,903 
7,620 
9,808 
14,789 

10,361 
9,749 
7,629 

10,444 
8,774 

6,774 
3,082 
6,365 



14,195 



4,687 



6,349 
14,946 

17,096 
^733 
6,842 
7,260 

12,268 , 

10,129 I 
6,963 
9,012 
16,123 
12,194 

8,882 

"7,'4i7' 



12,423 



-2.5 

1.6 

-4.9 

-8.6 

6.0 

-4.6 
-8.5 
-6.x 
5.2 
-3.6 

4.0 

-4.8 

1.6 

18.6 

-4.1 

-6.7 
-4.2 
6.1 
-1L9 
-2.0 

-3.2 
131.4 

56.2 

7.8 

-5.5 

-6.1 
8.4 
0.8 
9.1 

-9.7 

3.7 

-2.7 

2.9 

2.3 

-4.8 

-2.3 

-7.7 

-9.3 

0.9 

8.0 

-7.5 

-1.0 

-13.2 

-11.0 

-6.3 



5.3 
18.7 

0.3 
16.3 
36.1 

-9 
-7.1 
-9.8 
-3.5 
4.7 

4.7 

0.3 

27.1 

87.9 

1.6 

-11.8 

1.3 

3.4 

-18.8 

16.1 

-19.8 
86.0 
39.6 
-2.7 
15.0 

-15.9 
16.6 
14.0 
12.0 
-6.2 

-1.6 
-1.4 

2.2 

8.0 

-5.1 

3.3 
-10.6 
-6.8 

2.0 
-1.7 

17.6 
4.4 
27.9 
12.6 
-4.3 



6.2 

80.0 

4.1 

21.8 
87.S 

-1.6 
11. 1 
46.1 

-4.0 
1.3 

18.8 
8.8 

18.7 

16.9 

1.0 

11.0 

18.9 

4.8 

-0.7 

16.0 

80.7 
80.5 
87 1 
21.6 

4.6 
36.3 
86.0 
19.3 

9.3 

It.O 
6.0 
9.6 

18.4 
3.8 

1.2 
1.8 
17.0 
-0.6 
4.1 

16.9 
16.9 
43.3 
22.1 
8.1 



LOUISIANA.' 



The BtaU> 46,40* 



Acedia' 

Allen' 

Ascension... 
Assumption. 
Avoyelles... 



BienviUe'. 
Bossier'... 

Caddo' 

Calcasiea'. 



Caldwell.... 
Cameron'... 
Catahoula s. 
Clalbflme'.. 
Concordia... 



DeSoto' 

East Baton Rouge.. 

East Carroll' 

East Feliciana 

Evangeline' 



Franklin. 

Grant 

Iberia 

Iberville.. 
Jacks<m '. 



647 
663 
391 
484 
847 

1,172 

848 



1,088 

531 
1,601 
718 
778 
714 

872 
466 

420 
464 
964 



684 

678 



1, 788,566 



34,830 
18,383 
32,166 
17,812 
36,300 

30,767 
20,977 
33,366 
83,366 
33,807 

9,514 
3,963 
11,074 
27,886 
13,466 

38,376 
44,613 
11,331 
17,487 
28,486 

34,100 
14,403 
36,865 
26 806 
14,486 



8>.* 



63.8 
27.7 
76.1 
87.0 
41.7 

17.7 
24.7 
35.8 
94.6 
30.2 

17.9 
2.6 
15.4 
35.8 
17.6 

33.7 
97.8 
36.7 
87.7 
34.4 

38.3 
31.1 
45.6 
45.8 
36.1 



1,666,388 



31,847 



33,887 
34,138 
34,102 



31,776 
31,738 
68,300 
82,767 

8,693 
4,388 
10,416 
36,060 
14,378 

34',rao 

11,637 
30,065 



11,989 
16,868 
81,362 
30,964 
13,818 



1,381,686 



'1,118,688 



34,143 
21,630 
39,701 



17,588 
24,163 
44,499 
30,428 

8,917 
3,962 
16,361 
23,089 
13,669 

26,063 
31,163 
11,373 
20,443 



8,880 
12,802 
28,016 
27,006 

9,119 



13,231 



19,646 
19,639 
25,112 



14,108 
20,830 
31,566 

20,176 

5,814 
2,828 
12,002 
23,312 
14,871 

19,860 
26,833 
12,862 
17,908 



6,900 

8,270 
20,997 
21,848 

7,463 



>S>,(46 



16,896 
17,010 
16,747 



10,442 
16,042 
26,266 
12,484 

5,767 
2,416 
10,277 
18,837 
14,914 

16,603 
19,966 
12,134 
16,133 



> 786,916 



11,577 
13,234 
12,926 



6,496 

6,188 
16,676 
17,544 

5,328 



10,636 

12,675 

21,714 

6,733 

4,820 

1,581 

8476 

20,340 

9,977 

14,962 
17,816 



•708,002 •617,768 



11,484 
16,879 
13,167 



11,000 
11,348 
12,140 
5,928 

4,833 



13,489 



5,078 
4,517 
9,042 
12,347 
7,646 



11,661 
18,848 
13,805 

13,298 
16,048 



14,687 



6,162 



14,661 
9.466 



10,762 
10,638 
8,326 



5,539 
6,963 
8,884 
3,814 

3,816 



7,132 
7,471 
7,758 



11,977 



3,261 



12,278 
6,666 



•8.6 



9.3 



-7.3 

-25.8 

3.6 



-3.7 

3.4 

43.1 

-47.7 

10.7 

-7.8 

6.3 

11.8 

-12.7 

6.1 

28.7 

-3.5 

-13.8 



19.9 



35.6 



-1.1 
11.6 
14.8 



33.8 

-10.0 

30.8 

106.3 

24.2 
85 
-36.3 
8.8 
6.3 

10.6 

11.0 

2.3 

-1.8 



101.0 : 

-9.7 1 
-14.11 
-13.4 

4.8 1 



34.9 
23.7 
7.7 
14.6 
51.6 



8S.8 

77.5 



23.» 
10.1 
18.8 



24.7 
18.8 
41.0 
60.8 

19.0 
38.7 
86.3 
-l.» 
-8.8 

36.3 
30.3 
-8.0 
14.3 



28.8 
66.0 
38.3 
38.0 
33.4 



* For rates of increase or decrease for oombinatUms of new ooontise with thoae tram whlob formed, see Table 34, p. 40i 
' For notes regarding changes in bonhdaiies, etc., see pp. 141, 143. 

* Divisions of state dissignated as parishes. _ 

* Total for 1880 includes 1 Indian spedaUy ennmented, not inchided in the ponolatian of anyparisb. Totals foe 1870, 1860, and 1860 inoiade popotation (1041<^ 
18,083, and 8,788, reepeoUTely) of Oarroll Parish, taken to form East and West Cairdl Parishes in 1877. 



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Table 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OP COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO l»20-Continued. 

(A minus sign (— ) denotes deenaae.] 





OOONTT* 


liind 
area in 
square 
miles: 
1920. 


POFULATIOM. 




' IMO 

1 


IMO 


IMO 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1800 


isto 


Per cent of Increase. 




TotsL 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1900. 



IjOUISIANA— Oontinued. 



i« 

Jederson Davb > 

LaSallei 

Lafayette 

Lafoorcbe 

Llncolni 

Livingston 

Uadlson 

Uorehouae 

Matchitocbes ■ 

Orleans' 

OuaeUta 

Plaquemines 

Points Coupee 

Bapides> 

Bed River' 

RlcUand 

Sabine' 

St. Beniaid 

St. Charles 

St. Helena 

St James. 

St Jolm tt>e Bqitist 

St Landry' 

St Martin 

Bt Mary 

St. Tammany 

Tangipahoa 

Tensas 

Tenebomie 

tTnitn' 

VermlUoa' 

Vernon' 

Washington 

WelBter' 

West Baton Range. . 

WestCarroUi 

West Feliciana 

Wtan 



438 
739 
640 
279 
904 

472 
662 
660 
831 
1,388 

178 
642 

1,011 
576 

1,370 

400 
665 

1,020 
621 
295 

420 
264 
231 
681 
625 

632 
906 
790 
633 
1,760 

918 

1,313 

1,367 

666 

600 

214 

366 
352 
969 



21,663 

9|856 
30^841 
30,344 

16,962 
11,643 
10,839 
19,311 
38,603 

387,219 
30,319 
10,194 
24,607 
59,444 

15,301 
20,860 
20,713 
4,968 
8,586 

8,427 
21,228 
11,896 
61,697 
21.990 

30,754 
20,646 
31,440 
12,066 
26,974 

19,621 
26,482 
20,499 
21,164 
24,707 

11,092 
8,887 
12,303 
16, U9 



60.3 
26.1 
16.4 
110.5 
30.6 

35. 9 
17.6 
16.7 
23.2 
29.9 

2,176.4 
47.2 
10.1 
42.9 
43.4 

38.3 
38.9 
20.3 
8.0 
29.1 

20.1 
83.6 
51.5 
76.9 
41.9 

48.7 
22.8 
39.8 
19.1 
15.3 

21.4 
21.8 
16.0 
36.9 
40.6 

61.8 
24.2 
36.0 
16.6 



18,247 



9,402 
28,733 
33,111 

18,485 
10,687 
10,676 
18,786 
36,466 

339,075 
25,830 
12,634 
26,289 
44,546 

11,402 
16,760 
19,874 
6,277 
11,207 

9,172 
23,009 
14,338 
66,661 
23,070 

39,368 
18,917 
29,160 
17,060 
28.320 

20,461 
26,390 
17,384 
18,886 
19,186 

12,636 
6,349 
13,449 
18,367 



15,331 



13,221 



22,825 
28,882 

15,898 
8,100 
12,322 
16,634 
33,216 

287,104 
20,947 
13,089 
25,777 
39,678 

11,648 
11,116 
15,421 
5,031 
9,072 

8,479 
20,197 
12,330 
62,906 
18,940 

34,145 
13,835 
17,635 
19,070 
24,464 , 

18,620 
20,706 
10,827 
9,638 
16,125 

10,286 

.!:SJ 

9,648 { 



15,966 
22,095 

14,763 
5,760 
14,135 
16,786 
25,836 

342,089 
17,985 
12, -Ml 
19,613 
27,642 

11,318 
10,230 

- 9,390 
4,336 

7,737 

8,062 
15,716 
11,369 
40,260 
14,884 

22,416 
10,160 
12,665 
16,647 
20,167 

17,304 
14,234 
6,909 
6,700 
12,466 

8,363 
8,748 
16,062 
7,082 



U,166 



13,236 
19,113 

11,075 
5,258 
13,906 
14,306 
19,707 

216,090 
14,686 
11,576 
17,786 
23,663 

8,673 
8,440 
7,344 
4,4(H 
7,161 

7,604 
14,714 

9,686 
40,004 
12,663 

19,891 
6,887 
9,618 
17,816 
17,967 

13,626 
8,728 
6,160 
6,190 

10,006 

7,667 ' 
2,776 , 
12,800 
5,846 i 



17,767 



10,388 
14,719 



16,372 



9,008 
14,044 



4,026 
8,600 
9,387 I 
18,365 I 

191,418 
11,683 
10,653 
12,081 
18.016 



4,431 
14,133 

10,857 
16,699 

174,491 
4,727 
8,494 
17,718 
36,360 



5,110 
6,456 
3,663 
4,867 

5,423 
10,162 

6,762 
25,653 

9,370 I 

18,860 i 

5,686 1 
7,928 
12,419 
12,451 ' 

11,686 
4,628 



5,828 
4,076 
6,267 

7,130 
11,499 

7,930 
23, IM 
12,674 

16,816 
5,406 



3,330 



16,078 
12,091 

10,389 
4,324 



4,708 



5,114 I 



7,312 



10,499 I 

4,964 



11,671 
6,876 



26,093 



6,720 
9,632 



3,385 
8,773 
3,913 
14.228 

119,460 
6,008 
7,390 
11,339 
16,661 



4,515 
3,802 
6,120 

4,661 
11.098 

7,317 
22,233 
11.761 

13,697 
6,364 



9,040 
7,724 

8,303 
3,409 



3,408 



6,270 



13,246 



18.2 



4.8 
7.3 

-8.4 

-8.2 
9.6 
1.4 
2.8 
5.9 

14.2 
17.4 
-18.6 
-2.3 
33.4 

34.2 

32.3 

4.2 

-6.9 

-23.4 

-8.1 
-7.7 
-17.0 
-22.4 

-4.7 

-21.9 
9.1 
7.8 

-39.2 

-4.8 

-4.1 
0.3 
17.9 
27.9 
28.8 

-12.2 

41.7 

-8.6 

-12.2 



19.1 



26.9 
14.6 

16.3 
31.3 
-13.4 
12.9 
9.8 

18.1 
23.3 
-3.9 
-1.9 
12.6 

-1.3 
41.9 
28.9 
4.9 
23.6 

8.3 
U.9 
16.3 
36.0 
31.8 

15.3 
41.9 
66.4 
-10.6 
15.8 

10.4 
27.5 
68.3 
96.2 
26.8 

22.9 

69.6 

-15.9 

90.3 



16.8 



43.0 
80.7 

7.8 

40.4 

-U.8 

-0.9 

•^ 38.8 

18.8 
16.6 
4.0 
31.4 
43.2 

3.0 
8.7 
64.3 
16.8 
17.8 

6.3 
28.S 

8.5 
31.4 
27.3 

62.3 
11.3 
39.3 
14.8 
21.3 

7.0 
45. S 
74.9 
43.7 
21.3 

23.0 

-1.7 

6.2 

36.S 



MAINE. 



The sUte 

AndrosooKin' .. 

Aioostoolc' 

Camberland' ... 

Franldln 

Hancocic ' 

Koime^ec' 

Knox> 

Unooln' 

Oxford 

Penohsoot' 

Piscataquis. 

SsKadahoc' 

Somerset 

Waldo' 

Washington' ... 
yorit 



19,8*5 



459 
6,453 

853 
1,789 
1,622 

879 

351 

467 

1,960 

3,2.'» 

3,770 

260 
3,633 

724 
2,528 



768,014 



65,796 
«1,728 
124,376 
19,825 
30,361 
63,844 

26,245 
15,976 
37,700 
87,684 
20,564 

23,021 
37,171 
21,328 
41.709 
70,696 



21.7 



143.3 
12.7 

146.8 
11.1 
19.9 
72.6 

74.8 
35.0 
19.0 
26.9 
5.5 

92 1 
10.2 
29.5 
16.5 
71.5 



748,171 



59,822 
74,664 
113,014 
19,119 
35,575 
62,863 

28,981 
18,216 
36,266 
85,285 
19,887 

18,674 
36,301 
23.383 
42,906 
68,526 



694, 4« 



64,242 
60,744 
100,689 
18,444 
. 37,341 
69,117 

30,406 
19,669 
32,238 
76,246 
16,949 

20,330 
33,849 
24,185 
46,232 
64,885 



661, 086 



48,968 
49,589 
90,949 
17,053 
37,312 
57,012 

31,473 
21,996 
30,686 
72,86-5 
16,131 

19,452 
32,627 
27.769 
44,482 
62,829 



648,*1« 616,>16 I 631,178 



45,043 
■ 41,700 
Sn,359 
18,180 
38,129 
53,058 

32,863 
24,821 
32,627 
70,476 
14,872 

19,272 
32,333 
32,463 
44,484 
62,257 



35,866 
28,609 
82,021 
18,807 
36,496 
53,203 

30,823 
26,597 
33,488 
76,150 
14,403 

18,803 
34,611 
34,622 
43,343 

60,174 



29,726 
22,479 
75,691 
20,403 
37,767 
55,655 

32,716 
27,860 
36,698 
72.731 
16,032 

21,790 
36,768 
38,447 
42,534 
62,107 



583,189 



12,529 
79,538 
20,027 
34,372 
62,521 



74,875 
39,763 
6.rn89 
14,736 



35,581 
47,230 
38,811 
60,098 



1.6 

10.0 
9.5 

11.0 

3.7 

-14.7 

1.6 

-9.4 

-12.3 

4.0 

2.8 

3.4 

23.9 

2.4 

-8.8 

-2.8 

3.2 



6.9 

10.3 
22.9 
11.2 
3.7 
-4.6 
6.3 

-4.7 

-7.4 

12.6 

11.9 

17.3 

-8.6 

7.2 

-3.3 

-6.1 

6.6 



8.0 

loi 

22.6 
10.7 
8.3 
-0.2 
3.7 

-3.4 

-10.6 

5.4 

4.6 

6.1 

4.5 
3.7 
-12.0 
1.7 
3.3 



MARYLAND. 



The state' 


8,8tl 


i,m,tn 


itt.8 


i,m,i« 


1,188,041 


1,011, 8M 


934,911 


780, m 


687,011 


683,034 


U.« 


1.0 


11.8 






Allegany ' 


443 

436 

607 

79 

218 

319 
447 
377 
464 
576 


69,938 

43,408 

74,817 

733,836 

9,744 

18,652 
34,245 
23,612 
17,706 
27,895 


157.9 
101.9 
123.3 
9,^.9 
44.7 

68.5 
76.6 
62.6 
38.2 
48.4 


62,411 
39,653 
122,349 
5'»,485 
10,326 

19,216 
33,934 
23,769 
16,386 
28,669 


63,604 
39,620 
90,766 
506,957 
10,233 

16,248 
33,860 
24,662 

17,662 
27,982 


41,671 

34,004 

72,909 

434,439 

9,860 

13,903 
32,376 
26,851 
16, 191 
24,843 


38,012 

28,626 

83,836 

332,313 

10,638 

13,786 
30,992 
27,108 

18,548 
23,110 


38,536 
24,487 
63,387 
387,364 
9,866 

12,101 
28,619 
26,874 
16,738 
19,458 


28,348 
23,900 
54,136 
212,418 
10,447 

11,129 
24,633 
23,862 
16,517 
20,461 


22,760 
32,393 
210,646 


12.1 

9.7 

-38.8 

31.4 

-6.6 

-2.9 
0.9 

-a.6 

8.0 

-a 7 


16.2 

-0.2 

34.8 

9.7 

1.0 

18.3 

0.2 

-3.7 

-7.2 

2.6 


29.3 


Anne Anindel' ... - 


16.3 


Baltimore' „ 

Baltimore city ' 


21.6 
17.2 


Calvert 


9,646 

9,692 
20,616 
18,939 
16,162 
18,877 


8 7 




16.9 


CanoU 


4.6 


CacU 


-4.0 


Charles 


16.3 


Dorchester 


1Z6 



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Tabls 49.— ABEA and POPIJLATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO 1920— Continued. 

[A mlnnz sign (— ) denoten decrease.] 





ana In 

sqnara 

miles: 

1920. 


* POFULATIOK. 


COUHTT. 


1»N 


ino 


1*00 


1890 


1880 


1870 


IMO 


1 
MM i 


Per cent oflncrease. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



MARYLAND— Continued. 



Pndericic 


663 
685 
442 

260 
282 

521 
4S3 
366 

871 
331 

ais 

459 
871 

496 


52,541 
19,678 
29,291 
15,826 
16,026 

34,921 
43,347 
16,001 
16,112 
24,«03 

18,306 
69,694 
28,166 
22,309 


79.2 
28.7 
66.3 
63.3 
53.3 

67.0 
89.9 
43.8 
48.4 
74.3 

68.3 
13a 1 
75.0 
46.1 


52,673 
20,106 
27,966 
16,106 
16,967 

32,069 
36,147 
16,839 
17,080 
26,455 

19,620 
49,617 
26,815 
21,841 


51,920 
17,701 
28.269 
16,715 
18,786 

30,451 
29,898 
18,364 
17,182 
25,923 

20,342 
45,133 
22,852 
20,865 


49,512 
14,213 
28,993 
16,269 
17; 471 

27,186 
26,080 
18,461 
15,819 
24,155 

19,736 
39,782 
19,930 
19,747 


80,482 
12,176 
28,042 
16,140 
17,605 

24,759 
26,451 
19,267 
16,934 
21,668 

19,065 
38,561 
18,016 
19,539 


47,572 


46,501 


40,987 


-0.8 

-2.1 

4.7 

-1.7 

-11.4 

8.8 
19.9 
-S.0 
-6.4 
-7.0 

-6.7 

20.3 

5.0 

2.1 


1.5 
13.6 
-1.1 
-3.6 
-9.7 

6.4 
2a9 
-8.3 

-a» 

3.1 

-3.5 
9.9 
17.3 

4.7 


4.0 


Oarrett' 


24. S- 


Hartord 


22,606 
14,160 
17,102 

20,663 
21,138 
16,171 
14,944 
18; 190 

16,137 
34,712 
15,802 
16,419 


23,415 
13,338 
13,267 

18,322 
23,327 
15,961 
15,213 
24,992 

14,795 
31,417 


19,366 


-2.6 




Z7 


Kent 


11,386 

15,860 
21,549 
14,484 
13,608 
22,456 

13,811 
30,848 


7.6 


Montffomerr 


12.0' 




UA 


Queen Annes 


-0.6 


St. Marys 


8.<- 


Bomcifet 

Talbot 

Wadilngton 


7.3 

3.1 
18.5 
14.7 


Worcester 


20,661 


18,859 


5.7 



MAS SACHUSETTS. 



Tlie»Uto> «, 



Bamstabk. 
Bertoliire. . 

Bristol 

Dukes 

Essex 



Ptanlcbi 

Hampden >... 
Hampshire >. 
lOddl^ex'... 
Nantucket... 



Norfolk!... 
Plymouth.. 
Suilolk'.... 
Worcester.. 



409 
966 
6«7 
107 
487 

607 
636 
585 
832 
51 

400 

676 

55 

1,556 



3,85t,86« 



26,670 

113,033 

359,006 

4,372 

482,166 

49,361 
300,306 

09,599 

778,352 

2,797 

219,081 
156,968 
835,622 
455,135 



479.1 t S,3<(,4M 



66.2 1 
117.0 
633.2 

40.9 
970.1 ; 

70.8 
472.2 
119.0 
935.5 

54.8 

539.6 

232.5 

15,191.3 

292.5 



27,542 
105,269 
318,573 
4,504 
436,477 

43,600 
231,369 

63,327 

660,916 

2,g«2 

187,506 
144,337 
731,388 
399,667 



t,tM,m 



i>,238,M7 I 1,783,085 



27,826 
95,667 

252,029 
4,561 

367,030 

41,209 
175,603 

58,820 

565,696 

3,006 

151,539 
113,985 
611,417 
346,958 



29,172 
81,108 

186,465 
4,369 

299,996 

38,610 
136,713 

61,859 

431,167 

3,268 

118,950 

92,-00 

484,780 

280,787 



31,897 
69,032 

139,040 
4,300 

244,535 

36,001 
104,142 

47,232 

317,830 

3,727 

96,607 
74,018 
387,927 
226,807 



1,457,351 



32,774 
64,827 

102,886 
3,787 

200,843 

32,635 
78,409 
44,388 

274,353 
4,123 

89,443 
65,365 
270,802 
192,716 



1,231,0 



tM,tl« 



35,990 
55,120 
93,794 
4,403 
166,611 

31,434 
57,366 
37,823 
216,354 
6,094 

109,950 
64,768 
192,700 
159,659 



35,276 
49,591 
76,192 
4,540 
131,800 

30,870 
51,283 
38,732 
161,383 
8,452 

78,892 
55,697 
144,517 
130,789 



14.4 


».• 


; -3.2 


-1.0 


7.4 


lao 


13.7 


26.4 


-X9 


-1.2 


las 


22.8 


1 13.2 


5.8 


' 29.8 


81.8 


9.9 


7.7 


1 16.2 


18.4 


1 -5.6 


-1.6 


16.8 


23.7 


1 8.8 


26.6 


14.2 


19.6 


' 13.9 

1 


15.2 



2».S 



-4.6 
18.0 
35.2 
4.4 
19.0 

6.7 
K.i 
13.4 
31.2 
-8.0- 

27.4 
23. » 
28.1 
23. • 



MICHIGAN. 



The state'.. 



.Uoona.. 
Alseri.. 
Allegan. 
Alpena.. 
Antrim. 



Arenac*. 
Baraga >. 



Barry 

Bayl... 

Benzie.. 



Berrien 

Branch 

Calfaoon 

Oaas 

CfaarleToix'. 

Cheboygan.. 
CJblppewa >. . 

Clare 

Clinton 

Cravtord 



Delta 

Dickinson >. 

Eaton 

Emmet'... 



684 
920 
833 
584 

475 

874 
917 
556 

443 
314 

569 
497 
693 
493 
411 

725 
1,573 
582 
671 
575 

1,109 
776 
671 
485 
655 



Oladwin t 619 

Oogebici I 1,133 

Grand Traverse I 467 

Oratiot S79 

Hillsdale ' 807 



57,480 I 3,6U,«U 



(3.8 I 1,810,173 1,410,(82 |>S,tt3,8IO >l,l3(,t}7 



Houghton! 

Huron 

Ingham... 

Ionia 

loeco 



1,019 
854 
553 
579 
670 



5,912 
9,983 
37,540 
17,869 
11,543 

9,460 
7,662 
21,383 
69,548 
6,947 

63,653 
23,907 
72,918 
20,395 
15,788 

13,991 
24,818 

8,250 
23,110 

4,049 

30,909 
19,466 
29,377 
15,639 
125,668 

8,827 
33,225 
19,518 
33,914 
28,161 

71,930 
32,786 
81,554 
33,087 
8,199 



8.C 
ia9 
46.1 
306 
24.3 

25.3 
&4 
38.5 
157.0 
22.1 

110.1 
48.3 

106.2 
41.4 
3a4 

19.3 
15.8 
14.2 

40.5 
7.0 

26.4 
25.1 
51.4 
32.2 
191.9 

17.0 
29.3 
41.8 
58.6 
47.2 

70^6 
38.4 
147.5 
57.1 
14.4 



5,703 
7,675 
39,819 
19,965 
15,692 

9,640 

■ 6,127 

22,633 

68,238 

10,638 



25,605 
66,088 
20,624 
19,157 

17,872 
24,472 

9,240 
23,129 

3,934 

30,108 
20,524 
30,499 
18,661 
64,555 

8,413 
23,333 
23,784 I 

28,820 1 
29,073 I 

88,098 i 
34,758 
53,310 I 
33,560 I 
9,753 I 



6,091 I 
5,868! 
38,813 I 
18,254 ' 
16,568 I 

9,821 ' 
4,320 I 
22,514 
62,378 
9,685! 

40,165 
27,811 
49,318 
20,876 
13,956 

15,516 
21,338 

8,360 
2.5,186 

2,943 



17,880 
31,668 
16,931 
41,804 

6,564 
16,738 
20,479 
29,889 
29,865 

66,063 
34,162 
39,818 
34,329 
10,246 



5,409 

1,238 

38,961 

15,581 

10,413 

5,683 
3,036 
23,783 
56,412 
5,237 

41,285 
26,791 
43,601 
20,953 
9,686 

11,986 
12,019 

7,658 
26,809 

2,902 

15,330 

32,(107 
8,756 
39,430 

4,208 
13,166 
13,355 
28,668 
30,660 

36,389 
28,645 
37,666 
32,8111 
15,224 



3,107 



37,815 
8,789 
6,287 



1,804 
25,317 
38,081 

3,433 

36,785 
27,941 
38,452 
22,009 
5,115 

6,624 
6,248 
4,187 
28,100 
1,169 

6,812 



31,225 
6,639 
39,220 

1,127 



8,422 
21,936 
32,723 

22,473 
20,089 
33,676 
33,872 
8,878 



n,lM,06t >74(,1U 



696 



32,105 
2,756 
1,985 



22,199 
15,900 
2,184 

35,104 
26,226 
36,569 
21,094 
1,724 

2,196 

1,689 

886 

22,845 



2,542 



25,171 

1,211 

33,900 



4,448 
11,810 
31,684 

13,879 
9,049 
28,268 
27,681 
3,168 



185 



16,087 
290 
179 



18,858 
8,164 



22,378 
20,981 
29,664 
17,721 



817 
1,608 



U,916 



1,172 



16,476 

1,149 

22,498 

14 



1,286 
4,043 
38,675 

9,284 
8,166 
17,485 
16,682 
175 



3t7,(U 



6,125 



6,072 



11,417 
12,472 
19,162 
10,907 



008 



5,103 



7,068 
■l2,08i' 



16,150 

708 

210 

8,631 

7,597 



tO.6 


U.1 


■ — — ■■ 




8.7 


a3 


8ai 


3a8 


, -5.7 


3.6 


-10.5 


9.4 


-38.4 


-8.8 


-1.9 


-1.8 


2&1 


41.8 


-6.5 


9.6 


1.9 


9.4 


-84.7 


9.8 


16.8 


9.1 


-6.8 


-7.9 


28.7 


14.8 


-LI 


-1.3 


-17.6 


37.8 


-21.7 


15.2 


1.4 


14.7 


-ia7 


las 


-ai 


-8.0 


3.9 


81.7 


Z7 


36.1 


-5.3 


14.7 


-3.7 


-8.7 


-16.7 


16.5 


94.7 


64.4 


4.9 


38.3 


43.4 


39.4 


-17.9 


16.1 


17.7 


-3.6 


. -6.1 


-0.9 


-18.4 


33.4 


-5.7 


1.7 


63.0 


83.9 


-1.4 


-3.3 


-16.9 


-4.8 



U.6 

5.3 
874.0 

-a* 

17.3 
60.1 

72L8 
42.8 
-5l8 

ia« 

84.9 

19.1 
8.8 
13.4 
-0.* 
44.1 

28.5 

77.6 

laft 

-5.2 

-a» 

55.8 

■-Li 

81.0 

e.0 

50.0 
27.1 
58.8 
4.S 
-i« 

86.7 

19.7 

i.7 

4.7 

-32.7 



1 For notes regarding clianges in boundaries, etc., see p. 14^ 

> Total (or 1899 includes population (4) of Indian reservations, spacially enumerated, not distributed by counties. 

< State totalsincludepopulation(996in 1880; l,389inl880; 891inl870: l,0421n 1860) oflde Royal County, annexed to Keweenaw County, and ManltcaCounty,amiexMl 
toCbarlercixand Leelanau Counties, between 1890 and 1900; total for 1880 also includes 1 ludiaa, specially enumerated, not included in the population of any county. 
* Population of Oladwin County in 1870 included in tliat reported for Marquette County. 



Digitized by 



Google 



COUNTIES. 



Ill 



Table 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 192ft-Ooiitinued. 

|A minus si^ (— ) denoteg decrease.] 





Und 
aivsin 
square 
mOes: 

itao. 


POPULATION. 


COXIMTT. 


IMO 


IMO 


1900 


1800 


1880 


1870 


1860 


18M 


Per cent of increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1 
1010 
to 
19-iO. 


ISOO 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1903. 



MICHIGAN— Continued . 



Irani 

bahdla 

Jockxon 

Kslamawo... 
Kallraslca 

Kent 

Keweenaw'.. 

Lake. 

Lapeer 

Leelanaa'.... 

Lenawee 

UTJOfStOB... 

Luce> 

UaeUnae'... 
Maoomb. 

Manistee < 

Uarqoette'... 

Haaaa 

Meeosta 

Ilawminee >. . 

Midland 

Missaukee.... 

Monroe 

Montcalm 

Montmorency. 

Muskegon 

Newaycu 

Oakland 

Oceana 

Ogemaw 

Ontonagon >.. 

Oioeola. 

Osooda 

OtMgo 

Ottawa. 

Prwqnelale.. 
Boeeonunon . . 

Siginaw 

St. Clair 

St. Joseph.... 

Sanilac 

Schoolcraft >.. 
Shiawassae... 
ToBoola 

Van Boren... 
Waditenaw.. 

Wayne 

Wexford 1 



i,20n 

S72 
707 
503 
£73 

MO 
<64 
579 
OM 

338 

743 
MS 

930 

1,044 

472 

603 

1,870 

494 

S71 

1,050 

539 
582 
573 
734 
561 

504 
861 
880 

543 
580 

1,333 
5T7 
S78 
538 
565 

678 



710 
503 

076 

1,307 

567 

837 

617 
704 
630 
677 



33,107 
22,610 
72,539 
71,225 
5,677 

183,041 

6,333 

4,437 

25,783 

9,061 

47,787 
17,633 
6,1« 
8,036 
88,108 

20,180 
45,786 
19,831 
17,765 
33,778 

17,337 

9,004 

37,115 

30,441 

4,089 

62,383 
17,378 
90,050 
15,601 

7,786 

13,428 
15,321 
1,783 
6,043 
47,660 

13,131 

3,033 

100,386 

58,009 

36,818 

31,337 

9,977 

35,934 

33,330 

30,715 

«,520 

1,177,646 

18,307 



18.4 
39.5 
102.6 
126.7 
9.7 

212.S 
11.4 

7.7 
38.7 
36.8 

64.3 
30.8 
6.7 
7.7 
80.7 

37.3 
34.6 
40.1 
31.1 
33.5 

33.6 
15.6 
64.8 
43.0 
7.3 

133.7 
20.4 

101.6 
28.7 
13.4 

9.3 
26.4 

3.1 
11.4 
84.4 

17.9 
3.8 
121.1 
81.7 
63.3 

33.0 

g.3 

64.5 

40.3 

49.8 

70.3 

1,809.4 

31.6 



15,164 
23,029 
53,428 
60,427 
8,097 


8,990 
22,784 
48,222 
44,310 

7,183 


159,145 
7,156 
4,939 
26,033 
10)608 


129,714 
3,217 
4,857 
37 641 
10,650 


47,907 
17,736 
4,004 
9,349 
33,606 


48,406 

19,664 

3,983 

7,703 

33,344 


36,688 
46,739 

19,466 
35; 648 


27,856 
41,239 
18,885 
30,683 
27,046 


14,005 
10,608 
32,917 
32; 069 
3,765 


14,439 
9,308 
32,7.54 
32,764 
3,234 


40,577 

19, an 

49, iS 

18,379 

8,9J7 


37,038 
17,673 
44,792 
16,644 
7,785 


8,680 
17,889 
2,027 
$552' 
46,301 


6,197 
17,859 
1,468 
6,176 
39;667 


11,340 

89,380 
6^341 
35,499 


8,821 
i;787 
81,333 
66,338 
23,889 


33,930 

8681 

33,346 

34,913 


35,055 

7,889 

33,866 

35,890 


33,185 
44,714 
531,691 
30,769 


33,374 

47,761 

348,793 

16,845 



4,433 
18,784 
45,031 
39,373 

5,180 

109,932 

2,894 

8,505 

29,213 

7,944 

48,448 

20,858 

2,466 

7,830 

31,813 

24,330 
39,631 
18,385 
19,697 
33,839 

10,657 

5,048 

32,337 

32,637 

1,487 

40,013 
30,476 
41,245 
16,638 
5,683 

8,756 

14,630 

1,904 

4,372 

36,368 

4,687 
2,033 
83,373 
53,106 
35,366 

33,589 

.5,818 

30,952 

33,508 

30,641 I 
43,310 
357,114 

11,378! 



12,159 

42,031 

34,342 

2,937 

73,253 
4,270 
3,233 

30,138 
6,353 

48,343 
22,361 



2,003 
31,837 

12,532 
25,394 
10,065 
13,973 
11,987 

6,883 

1,553 

33,824 

33,148 



36,586 
14,688 
41,537 
11,699 
1,914 

2,565 

10,777 

467 

1,974 
33,128 

3,113 

1,459 

56,005 

48,197 

28,626 

28,341 

1,J75 

27,059 

25,738 

30,807 

41,848 

188,444 

6,815 



4,113 

38,047 

32,054 

424 

60,408 

4,306 

648 

21,345 
4,576 

46,596 
19,336 



1,716 
37,618 

8,074 
> 16,033 
3,363 
6,643 
1,791 

3,386 

130 

27,483 

13.628 

14,894 
7.204 

40,867 

7,323 

13 

3,845 
3.093 
70 



SJ, 



1,651 

355 

39,097 
36,661 
38,375 

14,582 

20,858 
13,714 

28,829 

41,434 

119,038 

650 



1,443 
28,871 
24,646 



30,718 



14,754 
3,168 

38,112 
18,861 



1,018 
33^843 



13,688 
26,604 
21,363 

7,699 

78 

12,349 

4,886 

15,224 
35,686 
75,547 



18,431 
13,179 



12,016 



36,378 
13,486 



> 3,598 
15,530 



976 

3,831 

831 

970 




136 
93 




787 


65 


21,593 
3,968 


14,698 
891 


3,947 

3,780 

38 281 

1,816 




510 

31,270 

300 


4,668 

37 


889 








13,315 
38 


6,887 





2,609 
10,420 
12,725 

2,112 

16 

5,230 

291 

5,800 
28,567 
42,758 



45.8 
-1.8 
36.8 
17.9 
-31.1 

16.0 
-11.7 
-10.2 
-1.0 
-14.6 

-0.8 
-1.2 
63.6 
-18.3 
16.9 

-21.7 
-2.0 
-9.2 
-8.7 
-7.8 

23.1 

-16.1 

12.8 

-6.1 

8.9 

53.7 
-9.8 

81.8 
-16.1 
-12.8 

48.7 

-14.9 

-12.0 

-7.8 

6.2 

7.8 
-108 
12.3 
10.8 
5.2 

-7.9 

14.9 

8.1 

-4.8 

-7.4 

10.7 

131.5 

-13.3 



68.7 
1.1 
10.8 
88.4 
13.8 

22.7 
133.4 
-0.4 
-6.8 
0.6 

-1.0 
-9.8 
34.3 
30.1 
-1.9 

-4.3 
U.3 
15.8 
-6.9 
-6.2 

-3.0 
13.9 
0.5 

-2.1 
18.1 

9.8 

8.8 
10.7 
10.4 
14.7 

39.8 
0.2 

38.1 
8.1 

14.2 

27.6 
27.3 

9.9 
-5.2 

8.7 

-3.2 
10.0 
-1.8 
-3.7 

-0.3 
-8.4 
53.4 
33.3 



102:8 
21.3 
7.1 
12.8 
38.2 

18.0 
11.3 
-23.8 
-8.4 
33L9 

-0.1 
-6.7 
31.S 
-1.8 
4.5 

18.0 
4.8 

16.3 

6.1 

-19.6 

36.8 

84.4 

1.8 

0.4 

117.6 

-7.4 

-13.7 

8.6 

6.0 

39.1 

65.9 
311 
-22.9 
44.5 
12.2 

88.2 

-12.1 

-1.8 

6.0 

-6.8 

7.6 
86.6 

9.4 
10.4 

8.9 
13.2 
35.7 
49.4 



MINNESOTA. 

On oompntlnc the incnase trom 1800 to 1900 for certain counties, the populatton of Indian leserrations in 1900 has been deducted bom the total population ol the count* 
in order ib make it comparable with the total for 1800, which does not include tbepopulatlan of Indian reserratians. The deduottooa thus made for the several 
counties are as Ibllowi: Beltrami, 1,618; Carlton, 367; Cass, 3,381; Cook, 106; Itasca, 673; St. Louis, 881.] 



Tbeetatai 



Altktai>.. 
Anoka'.. 
Beeker... 
B eltoam l' 
Benton... 



BigStcae'.. 
BlneBaifli., 
Brown...... 

Caittco...... 

Ower 



80,868 



1,830 

459 

1,849 

8,832 

406 

491 

763 I 
8U 

887 ' 
376 i 



8,387,116 



16,043 
15,636 
33,851 
37,078 
14,073 

9,768 
81,477 
32,421 
19,391 
16,946 



19.1 



8.2 
34. 
16.9 

7.1 
84.7 

19.9 
41.3 
38.6 
32.4 
46.1 



1,675,706 



<1,7U,884 



10,371 
13,493 
18,840 
19,837 
11,615 

9,367 
39,337 
30,134 
17,659 
17,466 



< 1,310, 388 



8,743 
11,818 
14,876 
11,C80 

9,913 

8,731 
33,288 
19,787 
10,017 
17, M4 



3,463 
9,884 
9,401 
813 
6,384 

6,733 
39,310 
16,817 

6,373 
18,663 



780,771 



868 

7,106 

6,318 

10 

3,012 

3,688 



12,018 
1,230 
14,140 



< 438,701 < 171,081 



178 

3,940 

106 

80 
1,658 

34 

17,102 

6t>98 

288 

U,688 



2 

2,106 

386 



«37 



4,803 

2,8W 

61 

6,106 



• 1,077 



418 



U.0 



46.0 
35.1 
21.8 
40.0 
21.2 

4.8 

7.8 
11.4 
10.4 
-Z9 




> For notes renrdinc changes in boundaries, etc., see p. I4S. 

> Totalshown rorMicbillmaeklnae(ttowMac]diiae) County nr 1850 biohideapopalatlan of 21 nnorganlied eoontiee not retonisd aenantely. 

< Total shown for Marquette County for 1870 includes population of Oladwln, Montmorency, Otsego, Roscommon, and Schoolcraft Counties, not returned separately. 

* Total tor 190O Includes poputetion (3,486) of White Ewth Indian Reserratton, in Becker, Clearwater, and Mahnomen Countlos, not retunied by counties In that 
year. Total for 1890 Inchides population (8,467) of Indian reserrations, specially enumerated, not distributed by counties. Total lor 1870 inoludeejnpulatlon of old 
Lao qui Pule County (145), annexed to Swift and other comities In 1870; and ol Monongalia County (3,161), annexed to Kandiyohi in 187a Total for 188()include8 popnla- 
tioo of Breokanridge Counliy (79), part taken to form Clay In 1862 and remainder annexed to WlDdn in 1S(»: of Buchanan Qnmty (26). annexed to Pine between 1886 and 
1870* of Hanomin County (138), annexed to Anoka in 1870: of Monongalia Ckiunty (360}, annexed to Kandiyohi in 1870; and of Pierce County (11), taken to form Dig 



Stone, Chippewa, Pope, Stevens, and Swift between 1860 and 1870. 
teeoimt for ueir diaappearanoe). 



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POPULATION. 



Tabm 49.— ABEA and population OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO 1920— Continued. 

[A miiuis sign (— ) danoteg dccreue.] 





Land 
aTOBln 
square 
miles; 
1920. 


— — — -J 

POPUtATION. 


COOMTr. 


IKO 


1»10 


IWM 


18M 


1880 


i8:o 


18«0 


18M 


Per cent of Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1930. 


1900 
to 

ino. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



MINNESOTA— Continued. 



\ 



Caai 

Chippewa' 

Chisago 

Clay" 

Olearwater' 

Cook' 

CottODwood 

CtowWlng' 

Dakota' 

Dodge 

X>OfUlas 

Faribault 

FlUmoro 

Freeborn 

Ooodbue 

Oiant 

Haanepin 

HoHston 

Etobbard' 

InnU 

Itaaoa' 

Jackson 

Kanabec 

KandlTobl' 

Kittson' 

KoeoWrtilUK'.... 
Lac qui Parle'... 

Lake' 

Le Sueur 

Lincoln' 

Jdron'; 

ItoLeod 

Uahnomon' 

MarabaU' 

Uartln 

Ucekeri 

UUIeLocs 

Uorrlson 

Uower 

Uoiray 

NlMlIet 

Nobles 

Norman' 

Olmsted 

Otter Tail' 

Pennington '..... 

Pine' 

Pipestone 

PoUc' 

Pope' 

Ramsey' 

Bedl/ake' 

Bedwood' 

BanTillei 

HIce 

Bock 

Roseau' 

St.Loois 

Scott 

Sherbome 

Sibley 

Steams 

Steele 

Stevens' 

Swilt' 

Todd 

Traverse' 

Wabasha 

Wadena 

Waseca. 

Washington 

Watonwan 

WUHni 

Winona 

Wright 

Yellow Medicine > 



2,104 

S91 

427 

1,043 

1,019 

1,498 
MO 

1,057 
699 
440 

848 
719 
868 
738 
767 

»3 
M6 

S70 
968 
442 

2,730 
702 
634 

801 
1,111 

3,141 
790 

S,08t 
466 

as 

708 
496 
572 
1,788 
719 



1,143 
711 
704 

443 
722 
860 
860 
3,089 

607 
1,413 

460 
1,979 



161 
432 
881 
878 
49S 

402 
1,670 
6,803 

366 

448 

885 

1,362 
431 

804 

741 
967 
868 
541 

838 

431 
397 
434 

746 
637 
691 
749 



13,897 
15,720 
14,445 
21,780 
8,569 

1,841 
14,S70 
34,866 
28;967 
12,862 

19,089 
20,908 
25,330 
24,602 

30,799 

9,788 
416,419 
14,013 
10,136 
13,378 

33.876 
16,058 
9,086 
»,060 
10,688 

U,620 
16,664 
8,331 
17^870 
11,268 

18,837 
30,444 
^197 
19,4a 
31,085 

18,103 

i4;iao 

25,»U 
36;9>3 
13,831 

15,036 
17^017 
14,880 
38;014 
80,818 

12,091 
21,117 
12,050 
87,090 
13,631 

344,954 
7,2C3 
30,908 
23,634 
28,807 

10,965 
13,305 
206,391 
1^345 
9,651 

15,635 
5^741 
18,061 
9,778 

15,093 

26,060 

7,943 

17,919 

10,099 
14,133 
23,761 
12,457 

10,187 
33,653 
23, CSS 
16,550 



7.6 
26.6 
33.8 
20.9 

8.4 

1.3 
22.8 
23.3 
48.4 

28.6 

20.4 
28.2 
28.2 
33.6 
40.2 

17.7 
738.3 
24.6 
10.6 
80.0 

8.7 
33.7 
17.0 
27.5 

9.6 

4.3 
19.7 

3.9 
38.S 

21.1 

26.6 
41.2 
10.8 
10.9 
29.8 

39.2 
24.3 
23.6 
86.6 
19.4 

33.9 
34.8 
17.« 
4X1 
34.0 

19.9 
14.9 
25.7 
18.7 
19.7 

1,519.0 
16.8 
23.7 
24.2 
57.2 

22.8 
8.0 
31. T 
38.9 
21.5 

26.7 
40.9 
41.9 
17.3 

20.4 
27.2 
14.0 
33.1 

19.9 
32.8 
59.9 
28.7 

13.7 
52.8 
41.5 
22.1 



11,620 
13,458 
13,537 
19,640 
6,870 

1,336 
13,661 
16,861 
28,171 
12,094 

17,660 
19,940 
26,680 
33,383 
31.637 

8,114 
333,480 

13,618 

17,308 
14,491 

6,461 
18,960 

9,660 

6,431 
16,435 

&011 
1^609 

9,874 

16,733 
18,601 
3,349 
16,338 
1^618 

17,033 
10,706 
34,063 
22,640 
11,785 

14,126 

32,407 
46,086 

9,376 
15,878 
9,563 
36,001 
,12,746 

223,675 
6,564 
18,425 
23,123 
25,911 

10,222 

11,338 

163,274 

14,888 

8,138 

15,540 

47,733 

16,146 

8,293 

12,949 
23,407 
8,049 

18,664 

8,652 
13,466 
26,013 
11,382 I 

9,063 ! 
33,393 I 
28,082' 
15,406 



7,777 
12,499 
13,348 
17,942 



810 
12,089 
14,280 
21,733 
13,340 

17,964 
32,065 
38,338 
31,838 
31,137 

8,836 

338,3)0 

15,400 

6,578 
11,678 

i*;7i 

4,61' 
18,416 
^889 



14,310 
4054 

30,334 
^966 

14,891 
19,506 



18,0)8 
16,986 

17,783 

8,006 

23, 8U 

S:8? 

14,774 
14,033 
15,043 
33,119 
45,876 



11,546 
9,364 
36,420 
12,677 

17e,6H 
12,195 
17,261 
23,608 
26,080 

9,668 

6,994 

82,933 

15,147 

7,381 

16,863 

44,464 

16,524 

8,721 

13,508 

22,214 

7,673 

18,924 

7,921 
14,760 
27,808 
11,496 

S.OSO 
35,CS6 
29,157 
14,602 



1,317 
8,555 
10,360 
11,817 



98 

7,4U 

8;883 

30 340 

10,864 

14,606 
16,708 
35,966 
17,963 
38,806 

6,873 
185t394 
1^683 

^^ 

743 
8k «M 
1,879 
1^907 
^387 



10,381 
1,380 

10, 057 
^601 

0,501 
1^036 



9,130 
9,408 

15,456 

18,01* 
6,602 

13,382 
7,058 
10,618 
19,806 
84.332 



4,052 

5,132 

30,192 

10,032 

139,7*6 



9,386 
17,099 
23,908 

6,817 



44,862 
13,831 
5,908 

15,199 

34,844 

13,333 

5,251 

10, lU 
13,930 
4,516 
16,972 

4,063 
13,313 
^992 

7,746 

4,346 ' 
33,797 I 
34,164 ! 

9,854 I 



486 
6,408 
7,983 
6,887 



66 

6,688 
2,319 
17,391 
11,344 

9,130 
13,016 
28,163 
16,069 
29,661 

3,004 

vr.Oit 

1^832 



6,083 

124 

4,806 

606 

10,189 

905 



^•foJ 

•2^JS 

6,287 
12, 3^ 



093 

5,34* 

11,739 
1,801 
8,878 

16,79* 
3,604 

13,338 
4,438 



2i,sa 

18,675 



1,365 
2,092 
11,433 

5,874 

45,890 



5,375 
10,791 
22,481 

3,660 



4.504 
13,616 
3,855 

10,637 
21,956 
12,460 
3,011 

7,473 
6,133 
1,507 
18,206 

2,060 
12,385 
19,563 

5,104 

1,906 
27,197 
18,104 

5,884 



l,4i67 
4,888 

02 



684 

300 
16^813 
8,596 

4,230 
0,940 
3i^887 
10,678 
3^618 

340 
81,566 
14,036 



2,086 

96 
1,836 

OS 
1,780 

64 



136 
11,607 



6,843 



3,867 

6,090 

1,100 

1,681 

10,447 

900 

8,383 
117 



19,798 
1,968 



648 



^2!6.1 
23,086 



1,828 
3,219 
16,083 

138 



ISO ' 



1,743 I 



13 

360 

9,093 

3,797 

105 

t,tu 

18643 
8,867 
8,«7 



13,84r 
6,645 



3S4 

51 
181 

30 

76 

1,61? 



348 
5,318 



1,SW 



161 



78 

818 

S,H7 

39 

3,773 
36 



9,624 
MO 



92 

aio' 



U,15U 



245 
7,643 

23 



4,561 
11,043 1 
2,060 ; 

6,726 1 
14,206 I 
8,271 I 

174 

(.) I 

'•r»\ 

15,859 

7,854 I 
11,809 I 
2,426] 

285 
22,319 ; 
9,457 ' 



733 

3,600 
4,506 
3,863 



430 
'7,"2m' 



2,601 
6,123 



40 
9,208 
3,729 



5»4 



97 



1,134 



2,227 



243 



1,056 



86.8 
16.8 
6.7 
10.0 
34.7 

37.8 
15.8 
46.7 
15.1 
3.8 

7.8 
5.3 

'1.4 

10.8 
-3.6 

7.4 

34.8 

-3.0 

8.1 

(.8 

38.7 
10.1 
40.6 
16.8 
10.0 

110.3 
0.8 
8.0 

-4.0 
14.1 

10.8 
9.4 
0a7 
10.0 
30.4 

6.4 
83.6 

7.4 
14.8 
16.0 

6.4 
17.8 

ia7 

X.6 
10.4 

29.0 
33.0 
36.1 
3.0 
6.9 

9.3 
10.6 
13.5 
2.2 
9.2 

7.3 
17.3 
26.4 
-4.3 
18.6 

0.6 
16.8 
11.9 
17.9 

10.6 
11.3 
-1.3: 
-3.4 

23.7 

5.0 

-8.7 

9.4 

12.4 
0.8 
2.1 ' 

7.4 



49.4 
7.7 
2.3 
0.6 



64.0 

4.8 

18.8 

16.8 

-0.8 

-1.6 

-0.8 

-0.1 

2.0 

1.6 

8.0 
46.0 
-7.3 
4flL6 

8.1 

376.3 
-2.0 

40.0 
3.0 

33.6 



8:0 
72.1 
-8.0 
10.1 

7.8 
-4.6 



4.1 
8.4 

-4.1 

33.7 

6.1 

1.4 

-1.8 

-4.4 

1.* 

-10.8 

-2.7 

1.6 



37.S 
3.1 
1.6 
1.3 



332.7 
46.1 
37.0 
66.8 



'^.8 

61.0 

7.4 

22.8 

23.0 
32.0 

8.7 
21.6 

8.1 

^:S 

6.1 

•66.9 

63.6 

425.0 
65.8 

192.3 
31.8 
46.4 



87.8 

258.3 

6.3 

57.6 

63.6 
15.1 



71.0 
80.1 

14.9 
188.6 
71.8 
34.0 
78.0 

10.4 
87.6 
41.7 
16.7 
33.0 



31.1 I 
-46.3 I. 

6.7 
-2.4 
-0.6 j 

5.7 ! 

62.1 :. 

' 90.0 
-1.7 I 
11.7 ' 

-7.8 I 
7.4 I 

-2.8 
-4.9 I 

6.8 I 
-2.0 I 

9.2 I 
-8.8; 
-6.8 
-1.0 , 

I 
12.2 

-6.4 I 

-3.7 

8.6 



184.9 
80.6 
17.3 
25.4 

22.0 

"m.'o 

38.6 

8.8 

41.8 

"82.9 
9.6 
23.3 

10.9 
27.6 
24.0 
66.1 

32.0 
71.8 
67.7 
11. S 

05.4 

10.9 

7.0 

48.4 

S5.0 

5.6 

30.7 

48. S 



> For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see p. 142. 



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Table 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 192ft-0<Mitinued. 

(A mkHu ^ga (-) danotos deoNaae.] 





T,and 
ana in 
■quara 
miles: 
l«aOw 


1 










porui^noH. 












COOSTT. 


1 »"• 


IMO 


MM 


18M 


1880 


18W 


IMO 


18M 


Peroentoflnoceasa. 




1 

TotaL 


Per 
square 
mile. 


ino 

to 

in>. 


1900 
to 

mo. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



Mississn^?. 



Tkaitat*>. 



Adams... 
Aioom'.. 
Amit«>.. 

Attala.... 
B«nton>. 



BoUvar 

Calhoan 

CacToU> 

Chickasaw >. 
Choctaw I... 



daibome.... 

Oarke 

CUri 

Coahoma >... 
Copiah* 

CoTincton>. 
DeSotoi.... 

Fonesti 

Franklin'... 
<3«0Tge> 



Oteene i . . . 
Orenadai., 
Hanoook'. 
Ba 



Bolmes ' 

HampbieyB>. 
Issaquena*... 
Itawamba*... 
laokson* 



lasper 

Jetfenon 

Jeflenon Davis ■ . 

Jones 

Kamper 



Labyette.. 



Lauderdale. 
Lawrenco*.. 
Leake 



Lee ' 

Leflore'.'.".' 

lilncoln'.. 

ix>wnde8i.. 

Hadison... 



Ifaiion' 

MarshaU'.... 

Monroe' 

HoDtgomery > 
Neshoba 



Newton 

Noxubee 

Oktibbeha'.. 

Panola' 

Pearl River'. 



Porry' 

Hka*..,.. 
Pontotoc'. 
Prentiss'... 
Qoltman'. 



Bankin... 

Scott 

Sharkey '. 
Simpson.. 
Smith.. •- 



Stone* 

flonflowsr *..,, 
Tallahatdiie*.. 

T»te* 

Ttp^ah* 



Tlshomii^o * « 

Imiica' 

0nlan* 

WaltbaUi.... 



M.Mt 

tsit 

386 
714 
715 
396 

87S 
679 
624 
SOI 
414 

4R9 

S7S 
40S 
<30 
7B9 

410 
475 
463 
847 
475 

710 
442 
469 
570 
858 

761 
408 
406 
529 
710 

667 
507 
404 
696 
762 

664 
495 
700 
41S 
576 

448 
672 

578 
4»» 
725 

535 
680 
770 
398 
661 

568 
682 
457 
696 
797 

644 
407 
«4 
409 
896 

791 
607 
422 
S76 
626 

443 
C74 
639 
40O 
44« 



4U 

412 



l,1M,tU 



23,183 
21,369 
18,960 
34,831 
9,861 

67,669 
16,823 
X,324 
22,212 
12,491 

13,019 
17,927 
17;«0 
41.511 
38,672 

14,869 
24,350 
21,238 
14,156 
6,564 

10,430 
13,607 
10,380 
33,855 
57,110 

34,618 
19,193 
7,618 
U,647 
19,208 

18,508 
15,946 
12,755 
32,919 
19,619 

19,243 
12,869 
45,897 
13,663 
16,978 

39,618 
37,256 
24,652 
37,633 
29,292 

17,144 
26,106 
32,613 
13,805 
19,303 

20,727 
28,710 
16,873 
27,846 
15,468 

8,987 
28,736 
19,962 
17,606 
19,8«1 

20,273 
16,430 
14,190 
18,109 
16,178 

6,628 
4«,S74 
35,963 
1*,«96 
U,41« 

n,09i 

30,886 
30,044 
13,466 



36.6 



63.1 
66.4 

36.6 
34.7 
34.9 

65.6 
29.1 
32.6 
44.3 
3a3 

28.6 
36.6 
4X9 
78.3 
37.3 

36.3 
51.3 
46.0 
25.9 
11.7 

14.7 
30.8 
22.1 
67.6 
66.6 

46.0 
47.0 
18.8 
39.6 
27.1 

27.7 
3L5 
31.6 
47.3 
36.1 

39.0 
26.0 
65.6 
30.3 
39.6 

66.1 
AS.1 
42.7 
66.4 
40.4 

32.0 
37.9 
42.4 
34.7 
34.4 

36.6 
34.8 
36.9 
40. 
19.4 

14.0 
70.6 
40.4 
4t.O 
50.8 

25.6 
27.5 
33.6 
31. ( 
25.8 

14.7 
68.8 
67.2 
48.1 
84.8 

86.8 
48.8 

48.7 
84.6 



1,7»7,U4 



25,265 
18,150 
22,964 
38,851 
10,245 

48,905 
17,728 
23,139 
22,846 
14,367 

17,408 
21,630 
20,203 
34,217 
36,914 

16,900 
23,130 
M,722 
16,193 

VfSOv 

6,060 
15,727 
11,207 
34,668 
63,726 

39,088 



10,560 
14,536 
15,461 

18,496 
18,331 
13,860 
39,885 
30,948 

21,883 
11, 7« 
46,919 
13,080 
18,398 

28,894 
36,290 
28,597 
30,703 
33,506 

15,609 
36,796 
36,178 
17,706 
17,980 

23,086 
28,508 
19,678 
31,874 
10,598 

7,685. 
37,272 
19,688 
16,031 
11,893 

23,044 
16,731 
16,094 
17,301 
18,603 



3^787 
29,078 
19,714 
14,831 

1^887 
1$8M 
18,997 



1,6(1,170 



30,111 
14,987 

20,708 
38,248 
10,510 

35,427 
16,512 
22,116 
19,892 

R;oa6 

20,787 
17,741 
19,563 
26,283 
34,395 

13,076 
34,761 



1,889,(00 



13,678 



6,796 
14,112 
11,886 
21,002 
62,677 

36,838 



10,400 
13,544 
16,618 

16,304 
21,261 



17,846 
30,493 

22,110 



38,160 
16,103 
17,300 

21,966 
23,834 
21,552 
29,096 
32,408 

13,601 
27,674 
31,216 
16,538 
12,726 

19,708 
30,846 
20,163 
29,037 
6,687 

14,683 
37,545 
18,274 
16,788 
6,436 

30,966 
14,316 
13,178 
13,806 
13,061 



18,604 
10,600 
aOL618 
12,983 

10,124 
16,470 
16,532 



36,081 
13,116 
18,198 
32,213 
10,585 

29,980 
14,688 
18,773 
19,891 
10,847 

14, 916 
15,826 
18,607 
18,342 
30,233 

8,290 
24,188 



10,434 



8,906 
14,974 
8,318 

30,970 



12,318 
11.708 
11,281 

14,786 
18,047 



8,333 
17,961 

20,568 



29,661 
12,318 
14,803 

20,040 
16,869 
17,912 
27,047 
27,321 

9,632 
26,043 
M,730 
14,469 
11,146 

16,636 
27,838 
17,694 
26,077 
2,967 

6,494 
21,203 
14,940 
13,679 

3,186 

17,923 
11,746 
8,382 
10,138 
10,886 



0,884 
14,361 
19,363 
13,061 

0,303 
13,158 

16,606 



1,131,107 



8r,9K 



22,649 
14,273 
14,004 
19,988 
11,033 

18,663 
13,493 
17,796 
17,906 
9,036 

16,768 
15,031 
17,367 
13,568 
27,653 

5,918 
23,934 



9,730 



8,194 
12,071 
6,430 
7,896 
43,058 

27,164 



10,004 
10,663 
7,607 

13,128 
17,314 



3,838 
15,719 

21,671 



31,501 
9,430 
13,146 

20,470 
10,246 
13,547 
38,344 
35,866 

6,901 
29,330 
28,553 
13,348 

8,741 

13,438 
29,874 
15,978 
28,852 



3,427 
16,688 
13,858 
12,168 

1,407 

18, ^8 
10,846 
6,306 
8,008 
8,068 



4,881 
10,926 
18,731 
13,867 

8,774 
8,461 
13,080 



19,084 
10,431 
10,073 
14,776 



9,733 
10,561 
31,047 
19,809 
16,988 

13,386 
7,505 



791, 886 



30,165 



12,836 
14,160 



7,144 
30,608 

4,758 
33,031 



7,498 



3, €88 
10,671 
4,330 
6,705 
30,488 

10,870 



6,887 
7,813 
4,363 

10,884 
13,848 



3,318 
13,020 

18,802 



13,462 
6,720 
8,496 

15,966 



10,184 
30,502 
30,948 

4,211 
20,416 
22,631 



7,439 

10,067 
20,906 
14,891 
30,754 



3,694 
11,808 
12,525 

0,348 



13,077 
7,847 



6,718 
7,126 



6,016 
7,853 



30,727 

7,350 
5,868 



10,471 
9,518 
33,035 
16,426 
15,723 

15,679 
10,771 



6,606 
15,398 

4,408 
33,886 



8,365 



3,283 



3,139 
4,819 
81,339 

17,701 



7,831 
17,096 
4,132 

11,007 
15,849 



3,833 
U,682 

16,125 



13,313 
9,213 
9,324 



23,626 
23,382 

4,686 
28,823 
21,283 



8,343 

9,661 
30,667 
12,977 
13,794 



2,606 
11,136 
23,113 



13,835 
8,130 



6,080 
7,638 



6,010 
7,890 



18,601 



0,604 
10,001 



3,877 



18,401 
16,360 
11,403 

14,941 
5,4n 



3,780 
11,794 

3,888 
10,043 



6,904 



3,018 



3,673 
4,876 
36,840 

13,038 



4,478 
13,538 
3,196 

6,184 
13,193 



3,164 
13,517 

14,060 



8,717 
6,478 
5,633 



19,544 
18,173 

4,410 
39,689 
31,172 



4,728 

4,466 
16,300 

9,171 
11,444 



3,438 
7,360 
17,112 



7,227 
3,961 



4,734 
4,071 



1,103 
4,648 



22,650 

34,140 
4,888 



30,741 

U,490 
1,314 



*-«.4 



-12.3 

17.7 

-17.4 

-IS.0 

-8.8 

17.0 
-6.1 
-IX S 

-X8 
-13.0 

-36.2 
-17.1 
-18.4 
31.3 
-20.3 

-ill 

6.8 

3.6 

-8.8 

-15.7 

73.4 

-13.6 

-7.4 

-6.3 

-ia4 

-11.7 



-37.0 
7.7 
213 

0.1 
-12l6 

-a 8 

IP. 2 
-3.6 

-12.1 
0.6 
-2.2 
-3.2 
-7.2 

2.6 

2.7 

-13.8 

-10.0 

-12.6 

0.0 

-3.6 

-7.8 

-22.0 

7.4 

-10.3 
-16.8 
-14.3 
-11.0 
46.0 

16.9 

-22.9 

1.4 

4.0 

71.3 

-15.3 

-1.8 

-9.6 

5.3 

-3.6 



61.1 

38.6 

-0.4 

6.4 

16.6 
0.3 

6.6 



16.8 



-16.1 

21.2 

10.8 

0.0 

-2.5 

88.0 
7.4 
4.6 

14.0 

lai 

-16.3 
31.0 
3.3 

aai 

4.4 

30.3 



80.8 



-11.0 
1L4 
-6.7 
66.0 
31.3 I 

8.1 



1.6 

7.8 

-6.4 

20.0 
-14.4 



67.6 
-0.7 



-1.0 



33.0 

-13.4 

6.4 

31.6 
63.3 
33.7 
6.6 
3.1 

16.5 
-3.2 
13.7 
7.1 
41.3 

17.1 

-7.6 

-3.8 

7.7 

58.3 

-47.7 

85.3 

7.7 

7.2 

113.3 

14.3 
16.8 
38.9 
34.4 
37.3 



79.0 ' 
48.4 

—4.4 
117 

80.1 ! 

13.2: 

16.0 



* For rates of Increase or decreose for combinations of newoountiaawith tliaaetnini wlddifona«d, aae Table 24, p. 40. 
' For notes ragardinx changes in boundaiies, etc., see pp. 14S, 143L 
> Lea than ooa-tsnth ol I par cant. 



15.7 
14.8 
13.8 
18.3 
-0.7 

18L8 
13.4 
17.8 

43.3 
1&1 
5.1 
43.8 
13.8 

67.8 
2.8 



11.11 81.3 



74.0 
-6.8 
43.0 
68.8 
83.0 

189 



-16.8 
15.7 
46.8 

4.1 
12.4 



114.3 
14.1 



7.8 



38.6 
23.6 
17.3 

9.6 
41.8 
20.3 

7.6 
18.0 

41.6 
6.3 
1.6 
14.4 
14.3 

18.6 

12.8 

14.1 

7.6 

126.6 

126.1 
29.9 
22.3 
15.4 
65.4 

16.9 
21.9 
46.3 
26.3 
22.3 



71.4 

36.5 

7.1 

0.3 

8.8 
36.8 
6.0 



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Table 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920— Continued. 

|A minos sign (— ) dcDotes deorease.] 





Land 
area In 
square 
miles: 

1920. 


POPDLATIOR. 


COtTUTT. 


1990 


1*10 


i*eo 


18(0 


1880 


1870 


18M 


iseo 


Per cent of increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1900. 



MISSIS SQVt-Oontinued . 



Warren* 

Washington'. 

Wayne 

Weteteri..... 

Wilkinson.... 

Winstan> 

Yalobusha >.. 
Yaioo> 



573 
723 
813 
41« 

667 
697 
490 
905 



38,361 
51,093 
15,467 
U,6M 

15,319 
18,139 
18,738 
87, M9 



58.3 
7a7 
WO 
30;4 

23.0 
30.4 
38.2 
41.0 



37,488 
48,933 
14,709 
14,853 

18,076 
17,139 
21,519 
48, 673 



40,913 
49,316 
13,589 
13,619 

31,463 
14,134 
19,743 
48,948 



33,164 
40,414 
9,817 
13,060 

17,582 
13,089 
16,639 
86,394 



31,218 

36,367 

8,741 

9,634 

17,815 
10,087 
15,649 
3^846 



M,7W 
14,669 
4,206 



13,706 

' 8,984 

13,354 

17,379 



3»,<88 
15,679 
3691 



15,983 
9,811 
16,962 
22,373 



18,130 
8,389 
2,892 



16,914 
7,966 
17,258 
14,418 



-11.0 


-8.4 


4.4 


-0.6 


5.2 


17.3 


-14.9 


9.1 


-IS. 2 


-15.7 


6.8 


21.3 


-12.8 


9.0 


-30.4 


6.8 



23.4 
21.8 
37.7 
13.9 

21.9 
16.8 
18.7 
20.8 



MISSOURI. 



The state >. 



Adair 

Aqdrew.. 
Atchison. 
Audrain.. 
Barry 



Bsitan... 

Bates 

Benton... 
Bollinger. 
Boone.... 



Buchanan , 

Butler 

CaldweU.... 
Callaway.., 
Camden..., 



Cape Olrardeaa.. 

Carroll 

Carter 

Oaas 

Cedar 



Charlton... 
Christian.. 

dark 

Olsy 

CUnton.... 



Cole 

Cooper.... 
Oawford. 

Dade 

OaUas.... 



Daviess... 
DeKalb.. 

Dent 

Douglas.. 
DuntUn., 



Franklin... 
Gasconade.. 
Oentryi — 

Oreene 

Qrundy 



Banlson., 

Benry 

Hickory.. 

Holt 

Howard.. 



Bowell... 

Iron 

Tackson... 

Jasper 

Jefferson.. 



Johnson... 

Knox 

Laclede.... 
Lafayette.. 
Lawrenoe.. 



Lewis 

Unooln 

Linn 

Uvlngston. 
UcDtmald.. 



(8,787 



571 
428 
528 
686 
784 

596 
870 
745 
609 



408 



808 

687 

680 

703 
506 
721 
498 

768 
553 
498 
402 
423 

389 
668 

T47 
601 
543 

564 

426 
746 
804 

680 

879, 
614 I 
490 
667 > 
483 

721 
744 
407 
446 
468 

915 
553 
610 
836 
881 

831 
514 
753 
612 
609 

604 
607 
626 
531 
537 



3,404,065 



31,404 
14,075 
13,008 
30,588 
33,473 

16,879 
23,933 
12,989 
13,909 
29,672 

93,684 
94,106 
13,849 
23,007 
10,474 

39,839 
30,480 
7,482 
31,636 
13,033 

31,760 
15,368 
11,874 
30,456 
14,461 

34,680 
19,808 
13,355 
14,173 
13,033 

16,641 
U,694 
13,318 
15,436 
83,778 

28,427 
12,381 
15,634 
68,098 
17,564 

19,719 
25, U« 
7,033 
14,084 
U,997 

21,102 

9,458 

367,846 

75,9U 

26,555 

24,899 
10,783 
16,857 
30,006 
24,211 

13,465 
15,956 
24,778 
18,857 
14,890 



•.6 



37.6 
82.9 
24.6 
30.1 
29.9 

a.3 

27.5 
17.4 
23L8 
43.1 

229.6 
34.5 
32.0 
28.5 
15.2 

51.4 
28.1 
14.8 
29.9 
38L0 

38.3 
37.6 
2S.8 
6a8 
343 

63.4 

34.6 
16.5 
3&8 
33.2 

39.5 
37.5 
16.5 
1913 
61.8 

33.8 
211 
81.9 
108.0 
4a6 

27.8 
33.8 
17.3 
31.6 
29.9 

28.1 
17.1 
608.0 
119.6 
39.0 

3ao 

21.0 
22.4 
49.0 
39.8 

26.7 
26.8 
39.6 
35.5 
27.9 



3,193,835 



22,700 
15,282 
13,604 
21,887 
23,889 

16,747 
25,869 
14,881 
14,576 
30,538 

93,000 
20,634 
14,605 
24,400 
11,582 

27,021 
23,008 
5,504 
22,973 
16,080 

28,503 
15,882 
12,811 
20,803 
15,297 

21,967 
20,811 
13,576 
15,618 
13,181 

17,605 
12,531 
13,245 
16,664 
30,338 

29,830 
12,847 
16,820 
63,881 
16,744 

20,460 
37,343 
8,741 
14,539 
15,653 

21,006 

8,563 

388,522 

88,678 

27,878 

28,297 
12,408 
17,363 
30,154 
26,683 

15,514 
17,033 
26,253 
19,453 
13,539 



3,106,M5 



<8,n9,185 



21,728 
17,332 
16,501 
21,160 
25,532 

18,258 
30,141 
16,556 
14,650 
28,642 

121,838 
16,789 
16,656 
25,984 
13,113 

24,815 
26,455 
6,706 
23,636 
16,923 

26,826 
16,939 
15,383 
18.908 
17,863 

20,578 
33,683 
12,959 
18,135 
13,908 

21,325 
14,418 
12,986 
16,803 
31,706 

30,581 
12,298 
20,554 
52,713 
17,832 

34,898 
38,064 
0,985 
17,088 
18.887 

21,834 
8,716 
195,198 
84,018 
25,713 

27,848 
13,479 
16,523 
31,679 
31,663 

16,724 
18,3S3 
25,508 
22,303 
13,574 



17,417 
16,000 
15,533 
32,074 
22,943 

18,504 
32,323 
14,973 
13,131 
36,043 

70,100 
10 164 
15,152 
25,131 
10,040 

22,060 
25,742 
4,059 
23,301 
15,620 

36,264 
14,017 
16,126 
19,866 
17,138 

17,381 
22,707 
11,961 
17,626 
12,847 

30,456 
14,639 
12,149 
14,111 
15,085 

28,066 
11,706 
19,018 
48,616 
17,876 

21,033 
38,235 
9,453 
15,469 
17,371 

18,618 
9,119 
160,510 
50,500 
23,484 

28,182 
13,501 
14,701 
30,184 
26,228 

16,935 
18,848 
24,121 
20,688 
11,283 



1, 1(8,380 



15,190 
16,318 
14,556 
19,732 
14,405 

10,333 
25,381 
12,396 
11,130 
25,423 

49,792 
6,011 
13,648 
38,670 
7,366 

30,998 
33,374 
3,168 
33,431 
10,741 

35,224 
9,628 
15,031 
15,672 
16,078 

15,515 
21,896 
10,756 
13,557 
9,263 

19,145 
13,834 
10,646 
7,753 
9,604 

36,534 
11,168 
17, 176 
28,801 
15,186 

20,304 
23.906 
7,387 
16,609 
18,428 

8,814 
8,188 
82,325 
32,019 
18,736 

28,172 
13,047 
11,524 
25,710 
17,883 

15,925 
17,426 
30,010 
20,198 
7S18 



1,731.185 



11,448 
15,137 
8,440 
12,307 
10,373 

5,087 
15,960 
11,322 

8,162 
20,705 

35,100 
4,208 
11,390 
19,203 
0,108 

17,568 
17,440 

1,455 
19,286 

9,474 

19,136 
6,707 
13,667 
15,564 
14,068 

10,292 
30,693 
7,982 
8,683 
8,883 

14,410 
0,858 
6,357 
8,916 
5,983 

30,008 
10,008 
11,807 
21,549 
16,567 

14,635 
17,401 
6,452 
11,612 
17,233 

4,318 
6,278 
55,041 
14,938 
16,380 

24,648 
10,974 
9,380 
38,838 
13,067 

15,114 
15,960 
15,900 
16,780 
5,336 



1,188,018 



8,531 
11,850 
4,049 
8,075 
7,995 

1,817 
7,316 
9,073 
7^371 
19,486 

23,861 
2,891 
6,034 

17,449 
4,975 

15,547 
9,783 
1,235 

9,794 
6,637 

12,562 
5,491 
11,684 
18,023 
7,848 

9,897 
17,356 
5,823 
7,072 
5,892 

9,606 
5,234 
5,654 
2,414 
5,096 

18,086 
8,727 
11,980 
13.186 
7,887 

10,626 
9,866 
4,705 
6,550 

15,946 

3,169 
5,8tt 

22,913 
6,883 

10,844 

14,644 
8,727 
5,182 

30,098 
8,846 

13,388 
14,110 
9,113 
7,«7 
4,088 



8,044 



2,343 
9,433 
1,678 
3,606 
3,467 



3,669 
5,015 



14,979 

13,975 
1,816 
3,316 

13,827 
2,338 

13,913 
5,441 



6,000 
3,361 

7,614 



5,537 
10,333 
3,786 

6,696 
13,960 
6,397 
4,346 
3,648 

5,298 
2,075 



1,229 

11,021 
4,996 

4,248 
12,785 
3,006 

3,447 
4,063 
3,339 
3,957 
13,960 



14,000 
4,223 
6,028 

7,464 
2,804 
2,498 
18,890 
4,888 

0,578 
9,^1 
4,058 
4,247 
3,238 



1.4 


(.0 


-5.7 


4.5 


-7.9 


-11.8 


-4.4 


-17.0 


-5.1 


2.5 


-L7 


-6.5 


Oi8 


-8.3 


-7.5 


-14.2 


-1Z7 


-lai 


-4.6 


-0.5 


-Z8 


6.6 


a? 


-23.7 


16.9 


33.0 


-5.3 


-12.3 


-6.7 


-0.1 


-9.6 


-11.7 


8.0 


13.0 


-1L8 


-12.7 


35.9 


-17.9 


-6.8 


-3.8 


-13.4 


-6.0 


-T.4 


-12.4 


-8.7 


-8.5 


-7.8 


-16.7 


a8 


7.4 


-5 5 


-11.9 


12L4 


6.7 


-4.9 


-9l9 


-9.0 


4.8 


-9.3 


-18.9 


-87 


-6.3 


-5 5 


-17.4 


-8.7 


-13.1 


-7.0 


3.0 


-7.4 


-as 


8.1 


39.7 


-4.7 


-3:5 


-8.6 


4.5 


-7.1 


-18.3 


7.6 


31.1 


4.8 


-8.1 


-3.6 


-lai 


-7.8 


-3.9 


-19.5 


-IZS 


-3.1 


-14.9 


-W.9 


-14.6- 


as 


-3.5 


ia5 


-1.8 


39.7 


45.3 


-16.8 


8.7 


-4.7 


8.4 


-58 


-5.6 


-18.1 


-8.0 


-i9 


51 


-05 


-48 


-a 9 


-lao 


-1&3 


-7.3 


-6.8 


-7.8 


-1.9 


-1.0 


-8.1 


-13.8 


8.5 


-as 



18.0 



24.8 

8.8 

6.2 

-4.1 

1L8 

-L4 

-6.6 

lao 

11.7 

lao 

73.8 
65.0 
9.9 
3.4 

8a« 
lai 

2.8 
43.9 
L4 
8.3 

3.3 

sas 

L7 
-4.8 

LS 

19^1 

-a» 

8.8 
8.4 

9.8 

4.3 

-as 
ao 

19.1 
43.9 

9:0 
5.1 
8.1 
&4 

-a 2 

16.0 

-a 8 

5.6 

ia4 

5.8 

17.8 
-4.4 

21.8 
88.4 
14.4 

-LO 

-as 

12.4 
5.0 

3ar 

6.0 

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T.9 

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For notes' regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see p.143. 
'State total for 1890 Includes 1 Indian specially enumerated, not Included in the population of any county. Total for 1850 includes population (375) ot 
'-;e County, annexed to Putnam Coimty between 1860 and 1800. 

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[A mlinu siga <— ) denotes d«ensM.] 





Land 
ares in 
square 
milM: 

1920. 


«)FULATIOK. 


OOVNTT. 


1990 


1910 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1880 


18M 


Per cent of increase. 




Totol. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1900. 



MISSOURI— Continued. 



Haraa 

Madison 

Uirles 

Marion 

Mercer 

MlOar. 

MlniSBtppi.... 

M onitea u 

Monroe 

Montgomery... 

Morgan 

New Madrid... 

Newton 

Nodaway. 

Oregon 

Osage 

OMrtc 

Femisoot 

Perry 

Pettfa 

Phelpe 

pate.". 

Platte 

Polk 

Pafaukl 

Pntnami 

Ralls 

Randoipb 

Ray...r. 

Reynolds 

Ripley 

St.Cbarl«s 

Bt. Clair 

St. Francois... 
BtLouisi 

Bt.Loaiseity> 
Bt*. OenerieTS 

Saline 

Bdinyler 

BeoUand. 

Boott 

BfaaimoBi. . . . . . 

Bbelby 

Stoddard 

Stone. 

BnlliTan 

I«ney 

Taxai 

Venum 

Varren 

Wadiingtoa... 

Wayn* 

Webster 

W<r0i> 

Wr^t 



809 
499 

620 
436 
493 

Stt 
413 
410 
6M 
614 

614 
653 
622 
871 
778 



746 
456 
46S 



670 
653 
415 
641 
642 

617 
481 
491 
666 



637 
636 
706 
468 

487 

61 
481 

764 
309 
439 

419 
992 

500 
815 
510 

649 
666 

1,169 
839 
410 

741 
778 
686 

266 
677 



27,tU 
10,721 
9,600 
30,226 
11,381 

16, 567 
13,860 
13,532 
16,414 
16,333 

13,015 
25,180 
24,886 
27,744 
12,889 

13,559 
11,136 
36,634 
W,4S4 
36,813 

14,941 
20,316 
13,996 
20,351 
10,400 

13,116 
10,412 
37,633 
20,608 
10,106 

13,061 
32,828 
16,841 
31,408 
100,737 

772,897 
9,809 

28,826 
8,383 

10,700 

23,400 
11,866 
13,617 
29,755 
11,941 

17,781 

8,178 

20,548 

36,060 

8,480 

13,803 
13,013 
16,609 
7,643 
17,733 



S4.0 
3L6 
18. S 
«9.3 
319 


30,868 
U,27S 
10,088 
30,673 
13,386 


26.3 
31.1 
33.0 
34. S 
39.6 


16,717 
14,567 
14,375 
18,304 
16,604 


19.6 
38.6 
40.0 
31.9 
16.6 


12,863 
19,488 
37,136 
28,833 
14,681 


23.9 
14.9 
88.4 
31.3 
53.3 


14,283 
11,936 
19,669 
14,898 
33;91S 


33.8 
31.3 

33.7 
31.7 
19.4 


15,796 
33,656 
14,4a9 
21,561 
11,438 


25.4 
31.6 
66.3 
36.3 
U.3 


14,308 
12,913 
36,182 
31,451 
9,592 


19.3 
42.7 
21.7 
68.6 
206.9 


13,099 
24,695 
16,412 
35,738 
82,417 


12,670.4 
20.4 
38.2 
27.1 
24.4 


687,0)9 
10,607 
29,448 
9,062 
11,869 


65.9 
12.0 
36.8 
36.6 
33.4 


33,373 
11,443 

37,807 
11,660 


27.4 
12.6 
17.7 
31.1 
30.7 


18,5Se 
9,134 
31,458 
38,827 
9,123 


18.6 
16.8 
28.4 
28.8 
26.2 


13,378 
16,181 
17,377 
8,007 
18,316 



33,018 
9,975 
9,616 
26,331 
14,706 

15,187 
11,837 
15,931 
19,716 
16,571 

12,175 
11,280 
2^001 
3^938 
13,906 

14,006 
12,146 
12,115 
15,134 
32; 438 

14,194 
25,744 
16,193 
23,255 
10,394 

16,688 
12,287 
24,442 
34,806 
8,161 

13,186 
34,474 
17,907 
24,051 
60,040 

575,238 
10,359 
33,703 
10,840 
13,233. 

13,093 
11,347 
16,167 
34,669 
9;893 

30,383 
10,137 
32,193 
31,619 
9,919 

14,368 
16,309 
16,640 
9,833 
17,619 



30,676 
9,368 
8,600 
26,233 
14,581 

14,162 
10,134 
1^630 
30,790 
16,860 

12,311 
9,817 
23,108 
30,914 
10,467 

13,080 
9,796 
5,975 
13,337 
31,161 

13,636 
26,321 
16,348 
20,339 
9,387 

15,365 
12,294 
24,893 
24,215 
' 6,808 

8,512 
32,977 
16,747 
17,347 
36,307 

461,770 
9,883 
33,762 
11,349 
13,674 

11,228 

8,898 

16,642 

17,327 

7,090 

19,000 
7,973 
19,406 
31,505 
9,913 

13,153 
11,927 
15,177 
8,738 
14,484 



36,222 
8,876 
7,304 
24,837 
14,673 

9,805 
9,270 
14,346 
19,071 
16,249 

10,132 
7,694 
18,947 
28,544 
5,791 

11,824 
5,618 
4,299 
U,896 
37,271 

U;S68 

26,715 
17,366 
16,734 
7,260 

13,556 
11,838 
22,751 
20,190 
5,722 

5,377 
23,065 
14,125 
13,822 
31,888 

360,518 
10,390 
29,911 
10,470 
12,606 

8,587 
3,441 

14,024 
13,431 
4,404 

16,568 

I2|306 
19,380 
10,806 

12,896 
9,096 

12, 175 
8,203 
0,712 



6,849 
6,916 
21,780 

11,667 

6,616 
4,982 
11,375 
17,149 
10,406 

8,434 
6,367 
12,821 
14,761 
3,287 

10,793 
3,363 
2,069 
9,8W 

18,706 

10,506 
23,076 
17,362 
12,446 
4,714 

11,317 
10,510 
13,908 
18,700 
3,766 

3,175 

31,304 

6,743 

9,743 

361,180 



8,384 
31,672 

8,820 
10,670 

7,317 
3,339 
10,119 
8,636 
3,363 

11,907 
4,407 
9,618 

11,347 
9,973 

11,719 
6,068 

10,434 
5,004 
5,684 



14,346 
5,664 
4,901 

18,838 
9,300 

6,812 
4,859 
10,124 
14,786 
9,718 

8,202 
6,664 
9,319 
6,252 
3,009 

7,879 
3,447 
3,963 
9,128 
9,392 

"5,714 
18,417 
18,350 
9,996 
3,836 

9,207 



11,407 
14,093 
3,173 

3,747 
16,533 
6,813 
7,249 
190,634 



8,029 
14,699 
6,697 
8,873 

5,247 
2,384 
7,301 
7,877 
2,400 

9,198 
3,676 
6,067 
4,860 
8,839 

9,733 
6,639 
7,099 



4,608 



«,565 
8,003 



U,330 
3,691 

3,834 
3,128 
«,004 
10,541 
6,489 

4,650 
6,541 
4,368 
2,118 
1,433 

6,704 
2.294 



7,215 
5,150 



13,609 
16,846 
6,186 
3,998 

1,636 
6,151 
9,439 
10,373 
1,849 

2,830 
11,464 
3,556 
4,964 
104,978 



5,313 
8,843 
3,287 
3,782 

3,182 
1,199 
4,253 
4,277 



2,983 
4,373 
2,312 



5,860 

8,811 
4,618 



3,387 



-lao 

-4.9 
-5l8 
-1.1 
-8.6 

-6.9 
-11.7 

-6.9 
-10.3 

-2.4 

-6.6 
29 2 
-8 3 
-3.8 
-12.3 

-5.1 
-6.7 
36.3 
-3.1 
6.6 

-6.4 
-9.8 
-3.0 
-5.6 
-8.3 

-8.8 
-19.4 

6.5 
-4.4 

5.4 

-7.9 
-7.6 
-6.6 
-13.1 
33.3 

12.5 
-7.6 
-2.1 
-7.6 
-9.8 

4.6 
3.7 
-8.4 
7.0 
3.3 

-4.4 
-10.6 
-4.2 
-9.6 
-6.9 

3.2 

-14.3 

-4.4 

-4.6 

-3.2 



-6.6 

13.0 

4.9 

l&l 

-16.1 

lai 

23.0 
-9.8 
-7.2 
-5.8 

5.7 

72.8 

0.6 

-12.6 

6.6 

1.3 
-1.8 
61.4 
-1.6 

4.6 

11.3 

-12.4 

-10.9 

-7.3 

10.0 

-14.3 
5.1 
7.1 

-13.8 
17.6 

-0.7 
0.9 

-8.3 
48.6 
64.7 

19.4 

2.4 

-13.6 

-16.4 

-10.3 

70.9 
1.7 
-8.1 
13.7 
16.9 

-8.8 
-9.8 
-3.8 
-8.8 
-8.0 

-6.2 
-0.8 

4.4 
-18.6 

4.6 



&0 
7.6 
1L8 

0.* 

ao 

7.3 

16.8 

L9 

-5.2 

-1.7 

-LI 
2L1 
22.1 
S.5 
32.0 

7.S 

34.0 

103.8 

14.3 

4.1 

U.8 

-as 

14.3 
10.1 

8.8 

-ai 

-L8 
3.4 
3(110 

64.9 
6.8 
6.9 
38.6 
37.8 

37.8 

4.8 

-0.3 

-3.6 

4.4 

16.8 
26.4 
8.4 
43.4 
39.5 

6.7 
37.0 
14.4 
0.4 
0.1 

8.4 
38.4 

9.6 
13.6 
31.0 



MONTANA. 

fin compaHng tlia Increase tma 180O to 1900 for certain counties, tlie population of Indian reserrations in 1900 bas been deducted l^om tbe total population of tbe county 
In order to make it comparable with tbe total for 1800, wnicb does not include the poimlation of Indian reaervations. Tbe dednctions tbus made for tbe sereru 
coasues are as follows: Cbouteaa, 1,312; Caster, 1,454; Missoula, 2,129.] 



The state' 


• ltt,Ul 

5,667 
4,966 
4,229 
1,206 
2,060 

3,376 
3,411 
4,218 
^741 
3,369 


r 648,889 

7,369 
7,016 
9,067 
3,339 
16,279 

3,972 
38,836 
11,061 
12,194 

9,239 


3.8 

L3 
1.4 

ai 

2.7 
7.4 

L2 
1L4 
2.9 
3.3 
3.9 


878,6(3 
6,446 


•243,389 


> 148,984 


89, 189 


80,888 






*4(.0 


848 


7(118 




6,616 


4,666 


2,712 


722 




-^r^ 


14.3 


14.8 


20 6 


Big Horn > 


. . . 






Blaine' 






















Broadwater' 


3,491 
13,902 


2,641 
71533 












-7.2 
9l4 


33L3 
88.3 




Carbon' 








.. ... . 






Carter' 














Cascade* 


38,833 
1^191 
1^123 
1?728 


38,777 
10,966 
7^891 
3,443 


8,766 
<741 
6,308 
2,066 










34.7 

-88.7 
-13.7 
-27.4 


1L9 
66.8 
79.0 
«!a9 


194.4 




3,068 

2,610 

180 


517 
38- 
177 






lOS 


Coster' 






21,8 









1S.6 



*For rates attnenase or decrease Ibr combinations of new counties with those tram whidi fbrmed, see Table 24, p. 40. . 

> For notes regarding changes in bonndarles, etc., see 0.148. 

'Total land area inctudee 198 square miles in YeUowstone National Park. (Total population of park tetumed as in Wyoming.) Total 
Inetadea p<qralation (3JS60) of Crow Indian Reserration, now located in Big Bom and YeUowstone Counties, returned independently in li 
bielades populatiai (10,766) of Indian reservations spedaUy enamerated, not distributed by cconties. 



ition for 1900 
ToUl for 1890 



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Tablb 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1880 TO l«80_Continued. 

[A miaus sign (— ) denotes deoeaae.] 





Land 
areata 
square 
miles: 

1920. 










ropDLAnoK. 








COUMTT. 


1920 


1*10 


1900 


18M> 


1880 


1870 


18W 


1860 


Percent o( Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
aquare 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



MONTANA— Contmued. 



Dev Lodso* 


745 
1,608 
7 146 
6,109 
2,507 

4,887 

1717 
2,893 
1,632 

3,447 
1451 
3,624 
2,645 
3,622 

2,369 
1.230 
3,173 
2.908 
2,661 

5,178 
1668 
3,337 
2,329 
i;7C 

2,391 
2,108 
2,363 
4,993 

2,861 

2,686 

726 

1,777 

1,969 

2,044 

1,968 

960 

5,447 

1,411 

883 

2,611 


15,323 
4,648 
28,344 
21,706 
15,864 

5,368 
4,178 
4,167 
13,968 
5,203 

18,660 
2,416 
7797 
4747 
71495 

2,622 

2,327 

24,041 

12,030 

11,330 

9,311 
5,741 
3,367 
6909 
3,684 

10,098 
8989 

10,347 
8,002 

4,903 
13,847 
60,313 

7,630 

4,928 
5,870 
3,724 
1,990 

11,542 
5,619 
3,113 

29,600 


20.6 
2.8 
4.0 
3.6 
6.3 

1.1 
1.4 
Z4 
4.8 
3.2 

5.4 
1.7 
12 
1.8 
2.1 

1.1 
1.9 
7.6 
4.1 
4.3 

1.8 
3.5 
1.0 
3.0 
Zl 

4.2 
4.3 
4.4 
1.6 

1.7 
6.2 
83.1 
4.3 

2.5 
2.9 
1.9 
2rt 

2.1 
4.0 
3.5 
11.3 


13,968 


17.393 


15,166 


8,876 


4,367 






18.0 


-25.3 


1^8 


Palton'.^ 








Fcraus * 


17,385 
18,786 
14,079 


2- SI 

9,376 
9,553 


3,614 










63.0 
15.5 
12.7 


16a 6 
ioa4 

47.4 


•7.4 


FlatWd' 












Qallatlni 


6,246 


3,643 


1,678 






S2.9 


OarlMdi 








Olaciar> 






















Oraolte^ 


2.942 


4,328 












41.6 


-32.0 




Hill' 














Jeff<f*on> 


5.601 
21.863 


5,830 
19,171 


6,026 
19,146 


2.4A4 
6.521 


1,581 
5.040 






-7.1 
-14.6 


6.1 
14.0 


— 1L6 


Lawls and Clwk > 






Oil 


Liberty! 










8.638 














114.3 






UoConei 


















IIsdiaon> 


7.239 
4,190 


7,696 
2.626 


4,092 
4.740 


3,916 
2,743 


2,684 
1,887 






3.7 
-37.4 


-6.1 
66.9 


64.0 


Meagher' 






—48.8 


Uineral' 








Uinoula' 


23,596 


13,964 


14,427 


2,637 


2,564 






1.9 


6ti0 


— l&O 


HuaselsheU' 








Park' 


10.731 


7,341 


6.881 










5.6 


46.2 


6.7 


Phllllps' 


































Powder River' 






















Powell' 


6,904 














17.0 






Prairie' 


















Bavaltl' 


11.666 


7,822 












-13.4 


49.1 




Richland' 














Roaaereit' 






















Rosebud' 


7.985 
3,713 














a2 

32.0 






Sanders' 




































Silver Bow' 


56,848 


47,635 


23,744 










6.1 


19.3 


100.6 


BtniwatV 












Rwflflt Orass' 


4,029 
9,646 


3,086 
5,080 












22.3 
-38.6 


30.6 
87.9 




Teton' 














Toole' 




































Valley' 


13,630 




4,356 












-15.3 


213.0 




Wheatland' 














Wibaux' 






















YellowBtane' 


22,944 


6,212 


2,065 










29.0 


269.3 


20Ql8 















NEBRASKA. 



The stets'. 



Adams... 
Antelope > 
Arthur'.. 
Banner' . 
BbOne'.. 



Boone' 

Box Butte > 

Boyd' 

Brown' 

Buffalo 



Burt... 
Butler. 



Cedar.. 
Chase.. 



Cherry'... 
Cheyenne' 

Ctoy 

Coliuc 

Cuming... 



71,808 



665 

872 
721 
742 
711 

692 
1,076 

535 
1,235 

946 

476 



736 
809 

5,979 

1,194 

679 

406 

iV 



1,SN,372 



22,621 
16,243 
1,412 
1,436 
1,778 

14,146 
8,407 
8,243 
6,749 

23,787 

12,559 
14,606 
18,029 
16,226 
4,930 

11,753 
8,406 
14,486 
11,624 
13,769 



16.9 I 1,191,(14 I 1,066,800 |<l,06l,666 ; > 462, 401 > 188,993 



40.0 
17.6 
2.0 
1.9 
2.6 

20.4 
7.8 

15.4 
6.5 

26.2 

26.4 
36.1 
83.6 
22.1 
6.5 

2.0 

7.0 

26.0 

28.7 

23.9 



20,900 
14,003 


18,840 
11,344 


24,303 
10,309 


1,444 
1,672 


1,114 
608 


2,486 
1,146 


13,145 
6.131 
8,826 
6,083 

21,907 


11,689 
6^672 
7; 332 
3,470 

20,254 


8,683 

5 494 

696 

4,359 

22,162 


12,726 
15,408 
19,786 
16,191 
3,613 


13,040 
15,708 
21,330 
12,467 
2,560 


11,069 
15,454 
24,080 
7,028 
4,807 


10,414 
^551 
15,729 
11,610 
13,782 


6,541 
6,670 
15,735 
11,211 
14,584 


6,428 
5,693 
16,310 
10,463 
12,265 



10,236 
3,953 



4,170 



7,531 

6,987 

9,194 

16,683 

2,899 

70 



1,568 
11,294 
6,588 
5,569 



19 



193 

2,847 
1,290 
8,151 
1,082 



190 

64 

1,424 

2,964 



■28,841 



114 



27 

8,389 

246 



166 



«7 



*8.7 


U.8 


8.2 
j 8.9 


10. g 

23.4 


1 -a6 
6.3 


89.6 

m.8 


7.6 
37.1 

-6.6 
10.9 
8.6 


12.6 
10.0 
20.4 
76.3 
8.2 


-1.3 
-8.2 
-8.9 
8.8 
36.7 


-2.4 
-L9 
-7.2 
21.8 
41.2 


12.9 
84.7 
-7.9 

ai 
-ai 


68.3 
-18.8 

-6.6 



0.8 



-22.5 
9.1 



-54.3 

-47.4 

34.6 
1.4 

955.0 

-ao.4 

-8.6 

17.8 
1.8 

-11.4 

77.4 

-46.8 

1.8 

-xa 
-a-c 

7.8 

18.8 



*For rates olioorease ordecreasetorcombinatIODso(newoountleswlththoserromwhlch(onned,3eeTsble24,p.41. 

> For notes reordlng changes in boundaries, etc., see p. 143. 

• Total (or 1890 Indudes population of Indian reservations specially enumerated, not distributed by counties (3,746), and of old Arthur Coanty (91), annsxed to 
UcPberson Coanty between 1890 and 1900. Total lor 1880 inchides population of unorganized territory (2,913). taken to form Brown, Oierry, and Loap Coonties 
in 1883; Blaine and Logan in 1885; Arthur (old), Grant, UcPhenon, and Thomas In 1887; and Hooker In im Total (or 1870 inchides popalattai ot oU Grant 
County (484)— no raoords by which to account for its disappearance; of unorganized territory (236); of Harrison, Jackson, Lyon, Monroe, and Taylor Coanties (1,050). 
which nenrer had a legal existence; o( Winnebago Indian Reservation (31), In Thurston County, returned separately in 1870; and of Pawnee Indian Reservatioo 
'44), taken to form Nanoa Counts in 1879. Total for 1860 includes population of Calhoun Coanty (41), annexed to Saunders County In 1862; of Tan Randan and 
ireen Oiuntles (309)— 00 records by which to account for their disappearance: of Jones Coanty (122), annexed to JeSenoo County in 1866; of Shorter Coanty (117). 
which never had a legal existence; and of unorganlted territory (1,786). 

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Tasm 49.— area and population OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO 1920-Contiaued. 

{A nkms ai(o (-) deootas deoreuew] 





Land 
ares In 
square 

loao. ' 


roTVULTum. 


CUUJITI* 


IMO 


MM 


MM . 


18M 


1880 


1810 


18W 


18M 


Per cent or Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



NEBRASKA— Continued . 



CmCir' 

Dakota! 

Dawac' 

Dawson 

Dead' 

Dixon 

Dodge 

Dmay" 

FlDmare 

nankUn 

ncntiari.... 

Flomas > 

Oaro..'. 

Oarden>.... 

Oarflaldi.... 

Oovperi 

Grant' 

Oreela;! 

BaU 

BanUlton... 

Barlani 

Hares' 

Hltebcoek'.. 
Holt' 

Bookor'.... 

Howard' 

Mfferson' . . . 
Jotamn. .... 
Kearney 

Keith' 

Kevapaba'.. 
Kbnbell'... 

Knox' 

Lancaster... 

Lincoln >.... 

Lotian' 

Loop' 

MePharson'. 
Uedlson 

Merrick 

HoiTni ' 

Nance' 

Kemaha 

NnekDlla.... 

Otoe 

Pawnee 

Perkins'.... 

Fheips' 

Pierce.. ..... 

Platte 

Polk 

KedwUIowi. 
Bidiardson.. 
~ t' 

a 

Smpy 

Samtders '... 
Seotts BIDS' 
Seward. 

Staaridan'... 
Bberman'... 

Btaox' 

Stanton 

Tliayer' 

Thomas'.... 
Thurston'... 

ValleT' 

WatWngton. 

Wayne 

Webster 

Wheeler' 

York 



2,S88 
253 

1,402 
9S6 
439 

472 
631 
331 
9«7 

676 

678 
976 
721 
8«2 
1,687 

676 
464 
780 
571 
628 



674 

722 

724 

2,393 

722 
661 
578 
374 
616 

1,068 
775 
968 

1,114 
853 

2,536 
573 
576 

864 
576 

463 
1,417 
446 
389 
579 

606 
431 



677 

673 
430 
720 
545 
1,004 

673 
240 
756 
723 
574 

2,469 
673 

2,055 
1»S1 
578 

716 

387 
670 



4SD 

578 
678 
575 



26,407 
7,694 
10,160 
16, OM 
3! 282 

11,816 
23,197 
204,534 
4,860 
13,871 

10,067 

8,640 

11,657 

29,721 

4,572 

3,496 
4,669 
1,486 

8,685 
23,720 

13,237 
9,220 
3,327 
6,045 

17,151 

1,378 
10,789 
16,146 
8,940 
8,583 

5,294 
3,594 
4,498 
18,894 
85,909 

23,420 

l|692 
22,511 

10,763 
9,151 
81,712 
ir,64T 
13,336 

19,494 

9,578 
3,967 
9,900 
10,681 

19,464 
10,714 
11,434 

18,968 
3,7n 

16,514 
0,370 

20,589 

S710 
,8«7 

9,625 

8,877 
4,528 
7^768 
13,970 

1,773 
0,589 
9,823 
12,180 

9,716 
10,923 

2,531 
17,146 



10 2 
30.4 

7.2 
16.2 

7.6 


26,668 
6,664 
8,264 

1,786 


25.0 

43.7 

617.9 

5.3 

23.7 


11,477 
22,146 

4,m 

14,674 


17.4 
8.8 
16.2 
34.5 
2.T 


lasos 

?872 
12,083 
30,326 

3,538 


6.1 
10.1 

1.9 
15.2 
44.0 


3.417 
4,933 
1,097 
8,017 
20,361 


24.6 

16.1 

4.6 

8.3 

7.2 


13,469 

9,m 

3,011 
5,415 
15,646 


1.9 
19.1 
2r.9 
23.9 
16.6 


981 
10,783 
16,852 
10,187 
9,106 


5.0 
4.6 
4.7 
17.0 
100.7 


3,693 
3,463 
i;942 

73,793 


9.2 
2.8 
3.4 
2.0 
39.1 


15,684 
]^621 
2,188 
2,470 

19,101 


23.2 
6.6 
19.5 
32.3 
22.9 


10,379 
4,584 
8,926 
13^005 
13,019 


32.2 
22.2 
4.5 
18.4 
18.5 


19,333 
10^682 
2,570 
10,451 
10,122 


28.9 
24.9 
It. 9 
34.8 
8.7 


19,006 
10,521 
11,066 
17^448 
3;8Z7 


28.8 
39.0 
27.2 
28.6 
27.6 


17,866 
9,274 

21,170 
8,366 

15,895 


S.9 
15.6 

3.2 
18.0 
312 


&S09 
^5<3 
14; 775 


3.6 
24.8 
17.2 
33.1 


1,191 
8,704 
9; 480 
12,738 


21.6 

18.9 

4.4 

29.8 


10,3*7 
12,008 
2,292 
18,721 



19,768 
6,286 
6,215 

12,214 
2,630 

10,536 
23,298 
140,590 
2,434 
15,087 

9,456 

8,781 

12,373 

30,051 



2,127 
5,301 
763 
5,691 
17,2C6 

13,330 
9,370 
2,708 
4,409 

13,134 

432 
10,343 
15,196 
11,197 
9,866 

1,961 

3,076 

758 

14,343 

64,835 

11,416 

960 

1,305 

517 

16,976 

9,255 



8,222 
14,9*2 
12,414 

22,288 
11,770 

1,702 
10,772 

8,445 

17,747 
10,642 

9,6M 
19,614 

2,809 

18,252 
9,180 

22,085 
2,652 

15,690 

6,033 
6,560 
2,065 
6,939 
14,336 

628 
6,517 
7,338 
U,a86 

9,863 

11,610 

1,362 

18,205 



21,677 
5,386 
0,722 

10,129 
2,893 

8,08( 
19,360 
168,008 

4,012 
16,022 

7,693 
8,497 
9,840 
36,344 



1,660 

4,816 

468 

4,860 

16,513 

14,096 
8,158 
3,953 
6,799 

13,672 

426 
9,430 
14,850 
10,333 
9,061 

2,556 
3,930 
959 
8,5S2 
76,395 

10,441 

1,378 

1,662 

401 

13,669 

8,758 



6,773 
12,980 
11,417 

26,408 
10,340 
4,364 
9,869 
4,864 

15,437 
10,817 
8,837 
17,574 



20,097 
6,875 

21,677 
1,888 

16,140 

8,687 
6,399 
2,463 
4,619 
12,738 

617 
3,176 
7,092 
11,860 

6,160 
11,210 

1,683 
17,379 



2,211 
3,213 



2,909 



4,177 

11,263 

37,646 

37 

10,204 

5,465 

934 

6,407 

13,164 



1.673 



1,461 
8,572 

8,267 
6,086 
119 
1,012 
3,287 



4,391 

4! 072 
194 



3,666 
28,090 

3,632 



6,689 
5,341 



1,213 
10,451 
4,336 

15,727 
6,920 



2,447 

1,202 

9,511 
6,84* 
3,044 
15,031 



14,491 

4,ai 

16,810 



U,147 



2,061 

609 

1,813 

S,113 



109 
3,834 
8,631 

813 

7,104 

641 

11,170 



2,040 

""lia 



1,346 
4,212 
19,982 



26 
'3,'S69' 



1,067 
130 



2,44* 

3,429 

68 



261 
7,074 

17 



1,133 
667 



7,698 

8 

12,345 
4,171 



152 

1,899 
13* 



9,780 



3,106 
8,913 
4,547 



3,063 



636 



31 

"i,iia 

183 
16 



604 



819 



247 

300 

4,328 



421 



116 



628 
474 



152 
153 



(«) 



109 



3,139 
32 

4,311 
882 



>782 
19 



2,835 



39 
1,301 



1,240 



Z9 


29.9 


-8.9 


17.2 


4.4 


16.7 


23.1 


32.8 


-36.1 


0.3 


30.7 


20.6 


83.8 


-82.1 


-9.1 


2.9 


8.9 


30.8 
15.8 


4.8 


-0.7 


21.3 


19.9 


-11.0 


18.8 


68.4 


-39.8 


-6.8 


-2.7 


-6.8 


-8.8 


».o 


2X8 


-6.4 


-2.4 


XS 


-8.6 


-2.3 


95.7 


-2.0 


0.9 


-17.8 


29.2 






2.3 


OOiO 


38.2 

10.1 


-5.4 


-6.9 


35.6 


43.8 


*«.« 


7.9 


41.4 


16.9 


16.6 


18.8 


4.1 


-1.6 


1.0 


-8.4 


-3.7 


2.S 


14.9 


lae 


U.2 


-3LS 


11.6 


22.8 


-24.0 


10.3 


27.2 


-10.6 


4a5 


127.1 


1.6 


-0.4 


4.8 


X7 


-4.2 


I0.0 


XS 


-12.2 


-ao 


8.4 


-5.7 


-7.7 


8.9 


43.4 


80l3 


-28.7 


4.1 


1X2 


-31.8 


m.6 


166.1 


-31.0 


2.9 


28.0 


67.1 


16.4 


13.8 


-15.1 


49.3 


37.4 


9.8 


4.9 


58.4 


-30.3 


-11.1 


67.7 


-21.6 


-31.5 


377.8 


28.9 


17.9 


12.5 


24.2 


3.7 


12.1 


6.7 


99.6 






-2.4 


8.6 


4X4 


-4.2 


-12.4 


15.6 


1.7 


4.9 


8.7 


0.9 


-13.3 


-1X8 


-9.5 


-lai 


13.8 


54.4 


81.0 


-61.0 


-5.3 


-3.0 


XI 


5.5 


19.9 


73.6 


2.4 


7.1 


l&O 


1.8 


-0.2 


-X» 


3.4 


15.1 


8.7 


8.7 


-11.0 


11.6 


XI 


29.1 


-8.9 


-7.6 


-XI 


-X2 


1.0 


XI 


88.1 


-X8 


-4.1 


X4 


147.9 


837.4 


86.8 


-0.2 


L3 


-X8 


31.3 


21.5 


-3ae 


7.2 


26.4 


X4 


-19.1 


17X5 


-16.8 


2.8 


8.4 


60.7 


-5.4 


8.1 


1X5 


48.9 


89.6 


21.6 


10.2 


33.6 


106.2 


3.* 


29.2 


3.6 


-4.4 


-X7 


10.3 


-6.6 


6.4 


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3.8 


X8 


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68.3 


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-8.4 


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' Fornotes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see p.ltt. „ 

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POPULATION. 



Tablb 49.— ABEA and POPULATION OF COUNTIE.S OR EQIm^VLENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO l»30-Ooathiued. 

(A ndnos sign (— ) denotaa daonasa.] 





Land 
area In 
square 
miles: 

1830. 


rOPULATIOK. 


OOUlfTT. 


1920 


1910 


iteo 


1880 


1880 


1870 


18«0 


18M 


Per cent of increase. 




Total. 


Per 
sqoara 
mUe. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1810. 


1880 

to 

1900. 



NBVA»A. 

|In oomputlng tlie imorease from 1S90 to lOOOtarcertainooonUas, the population of Indian reaerrations in 1900 has been deducted from the total popaUIoncftbeoauaty 
in order to make It ocmpantble with tlM total for 1880, whleb does nd Include the population of Indian nMrvations. Tlw deduetians thus made for the ievenl nmintlit 
are as foUovrs: EDco, 438; Esmeralda, 393; Uncoln, 1S7; Wadioe, 7%. ] 



The state' 108,SU 



Cbmchili.... 

Clarlti 

Douglas 

Elko> 

Eam«iaida>., 



Kureka'.... 
Eumboldt'. 

Lander! 

Unooln' 



Lycm. 



Nye' 
Oimsby.. 



Penhing,'..... 

Storey 

Washoe' 

VbitePina'. 



5,060 
8,0iS 
733 
17,059 
3,413 

4,157 
8,804 
5,721 
10,511 

1,508 

4,018 

18,384 

156 

6,053 

251 

6,251 

8,795 



77,407 



0.7 



4,649 
4,859 
1,825 
8,083 
,2,«0 

1,350 
3,743 
1,484 
3,287 

4,078 
1,848 
6,504 
3,453 

2,803 

1,468 

18,627 

8,935 



0.9 
0.6 
2.5 
0.5 
0.7 

a3 

0.4 

a3 
a2 

2.7 

as 

0.4 
16.7 

0.6 
5.8 
3.0 
1.0 



n,87i 



2,811 
3,321 
1,885 
8,133 
9,368 

1,830 
6,825 
1,783 
3,489 

3,568 



7,513 
3,415 



3,045 
17,434 
7 441 



tt,315 



830 



1,534 
5,688 
1,972 

1,964 
4,463 
1,634 
3,284 

2,268 



1,140 
2,883 



3,673 
9,141 
1,961 



<47,3H 



703 



1,661 
4,784 
3,148 

3,376 
3,434 
2,366 
2,466 

1,987 



1,290 
4,883 



8,806 
6,437 
1,721 



'a,Mt 



>tt,ai 



479 



196 



1,581 
5,716 I 
3,230 I 

7,086 
3,480 
3,634 
3,637 

3,409 



1,216 
3,447 
1,553 



1,916 
2,815 
2,885 

1,837 



1,875 
5,413 



16,115 
5,664 
2,682 



1,087 
3,668 



11,359 
3,091 
7,189 



«e,«l7 *-t.t 



40 



66.4 

46.3 
-3.7 
-0.6 
-74.3 

-26.2 
-46.3 
-16.0 
-34.5 

14.3 



-13.4 
-28.2 



-51.8 
6.8 
20.1 



•1.4 



238.7 



23.5 

43.0 

375.1 

-6.3 

62.8 

16.4 

6.3 

S7.8 



669.0 
18.0 



-17.1 
90.7 
279.4 



-10.8 



18.1 



-1.1 

9.6 

-26.4 

-40.1 

30.0 

-SLI 

27.* 

14.1 



-1L6 
-40.8 



-58.3 
3L1 
13.8 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



The state' 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire. 

Coos. 

Orafton' 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack' 

BoeHngham 

etraffoid 

Bulttran 



9,031 



397 

955 

728 

1,798 

1,729 

895 
932 
691 
379 
527 



MS, Its 



31,178 
15,017 
30,976 
36,093 
40,672 

135,612 
51,770 
62,498 
38,546 
20,932 



0.1 



63.3 
15.7 
43.6 

2ai 

33.6 

161.4 
65.6 
78.0 

101.7 
39.7 



430,(72 



31,309 
16,316 
30,659 
30,753 
41,662 

126,072 
63,335 
52,188 
38.951 
19,337 



411,688 



19,536 
16,895 
31,321 
28,468 
40,844 

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



378,630 



20,321 
18,124 
29,679 
23,211 
37,217 

93,247 
49,436 
49,6|>0 
38,442 
17,304 



346, 981 



17,948 
18,224 
28,734 
18,580 
38,788 

75,634 
46,300 
48,064 
35,558 
18,161 



318,380 I 388,073 



17,681 
17,332 
27,266 
14,832 
38,103 

64,238 
42,151 
47,287 
30,243 
18,068 



18,549 
20,465 
27,434 
13,161 
43,360 

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



317, nt 



17,721 
20,157 
30,144 
11,863 
42,343 

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



1.1 



-0.6 
-8.0 
1.0 
17.4 
-2.6 

7.6 
-2.9 

0.6 
-1.0 

8.2 



4.8 



91 
-3.4 
-2.1 

4.4 

3.0 

11.8 

1.7 

2.1 

-1.0 

7.4 



S.t 



-3.8 

-6.8 

6.8 

27.0 

8.7 

20.8 
6.1 
3.0 
It 
4.1 



NEW JERSEY. 



The state' 

Atlantic. 

Bemeo 

Burlington' 

Camden' 

C^w May 

Cumbetlaod 

Eaex 

Olonoester > 

Hudson 

Huntecdon 

Uercer 

Middlesex 

Monmouth. 

Mocris 

Oeeani 

Pasaaio 

Salem 

Bomeiset 

SuMez 

Cnlon 

Wanen 



7,(14 



668 
237 
815 
232 
266 

500 

137 

833 

43 

437 
326 
812 
479 

475 
637 
196 
343 

805 
628 
103 
363 



3,1W,880> 418.0 



83,814 
210,7(8 

81,770 
180,608 

18,460 



147.6 
889.0 

ioa3 

868L1 
73.4 



61,348 1221 7 
663,080 5,134.6 

48,224 I 149l3 
638,164 14,631.6 

33,886 I 75.3 

158,881 ' 707.4 

1*3,334 I 630.3 

104,836 318. 1 

82,684 I 174.1 

22,1A5 I 34.8 

258,174 1,322.3 

36,673 106.6 

47,991 ! 167.3 

34,005 *>. 1 

300,157 1,943.3 

46,067 , 124.5 



1,(37,187 



71,884 
138,002 

66,565' 
142,029 

19,745 

66,153 
612,886 

^368 
£17,231 

38,668 
126,667 
114,426 

84,734 

74,704 
21,318 

315,902 
26,999 

38,820 
26,781 
140,197 
43,187 



1,883,IM 



46,402 
78,441 
58,241 
107,643 
13,301 

61,193 
358,063 

31,806 
386,048 

34,607 
96,365 
79,782 
82,067 

66,06 
19,747 
156,202 
26,630 

33,948 
34,134 
99,363 
37,781 



1,444,933 



38,836 
47,236 
58,628 
8^687 
11,268 

45,438 
266,088 

28,648 
275,126 

35,355 
79,978 
(1,754 
68,128 

64^101 
16,874 

106,046 
25,151 

28,(11 
22,1(8 

7%«rr 

36,553 



1,U1,U( 806,0N { 671,(36 



18,704 
16,786 
56,402 

62,942 
9,765 

37,687 
188,938 

36,886 
18},844 

38,570 
68,061 
52,3SS 
56,638 

50,881 
14,465 
68,860 
34,679 

37,163 
31,618 
66,i(7t 
10,689 



14,093 
30, U2 
63,018 
46,183 
8,348 

34,665 
143,888 

31,563 
128,067 

36,863 
46,386 
46,028 
46,196 

43,117 
13,628 
46,416 
23,940 

21,510 
28,168 
41,859 
34,336 



11,786 
21,618 
48,730 
34,467 
7,130 

22,606 
88,877 
18,444 
62,717 

33,664 
37,419 
34,812 
39,346 

14,e77 
11,176 
39,013 
22,468 

33,067 
S,846 
37,780 
38,433 



488,666 



8,861 
14,736 
43,208 
36,432 

6,433 

17,188 
73,950 
14,656 
31,823 

38,990 
37,992 
28,635 
30,313 

30,158 
10,032 
22,669 
19,467 

18,682 
22,888 



22,368 



M.4I 31.7 



16.7 
5X7 
32.8 
84.1 
-L4 

1L2 
27.1 

a.1 

17.1 

-2:0 
27.3 
41.8 
Ul8 

ia7 

3.8 

2ao 

36.6 

23.6 

-7.0 

43.8 

4.1 



54.9 
76u9 
14.3 
3L9 
48.6 

7.7 
42.8 
17.1 
W.3 

-a 7 

3L8 
43.5 
15.4 

i*.r 
&o 

38.1 
6.8 

17.8 
U.0 
4L1 
143 



M.« 



6a8 
fl&l 
-at 
us 

17.* 
1X7 

4ai 

11.4 

(ma 
-&« 

18.2 
3(19 
UlT 

»14 

31S 

47.7 

L5 

16.4 
&4 

IT.l 
1.4 



* For rates <rf Increase or decrease for combinations of neir oounHea nrltb thosefrom which formed, see Table 24, p. 41. 

' For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see pp. 141,144. 

< State totals Include p(q>ulatlon as follows: In 1880, population (USH) of Indian reserrations specially enumerated, not distributed by counties: in 1880 and 
1870, popubtioD (386 and 133. respectively) oX Roop County, annexed to Washoe County in 1881; and In 1860, populatiou (6,713 and 106, respectively) of Carsoo and 
St Maryt Counties (no records to account for their dlsappeaianoe). 



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Tabl* .1».— area and POPCLATION of counties or equivalent DIVISIONS! 1850 TO ]92m-0(mtmued. 

[A miaus sign (— ) (Tenotes deenue.] 





Land 
ares in 
square 
mU«s: 

IWO. 


POPULATIOK. 


COCMTT. 


IKO 


IMO 


IMO 


18(0 


1880 


18W 


IMO 


18M 


Per cent of inoreaw. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1020. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1900. 



KEW MSXICO. 

(In ecmpotkig tha (Beraaae &«m UlOto 1 9 00 t or ter ta ln eoontleg, the population ol Indian reservations In 1000 bai "been dedtutddtnanthe total popnlatlanof the oooBty 
inaraertomakattoompaiable wltli the totaliar 1890, which doe* not include the population of Indian reservattons, The deductions thus made for thrrnnrnml nonntlrg 
aieisfoUovK Bemalfllo, 733; Rio Arriba, 839; San Juan, 1,747.) 



Tbe'itat*> 


ltt.lOI 


m,m 


*.9 


3n,soi 


196,310 


<l«0,t8t 


1U,5«S 


«»1,87« 


> 93, 116 


•61,(47 


♦10.1 


«7.« 


n.8 






B«maUIlo> 


1.214 
8,043 

1,404 
3,400 

3.821 
4,34S 
3,981 
3,031 
3,447 

4,378 
4,779 
2,978 
5,508 
2,476 

6,689 
2,905 

i,gn 

2,487 
5,476 

4,884 
3,871 
1,973 
3,118 
15,070 

2,252 
3,389 
5,870 
5,690 


29,855 
12,075 
21,550 
11,238 
3,196 

18,548 
9,116 

21939 
8,015 
4;3S8 

3,545 
7,823 
12,270 
13,731 
13,915 

7,902 
10,444 
19,552 
6,548 
81333 

22.867 
8,863 

15.030 
4,619 

14,061 

12,773 
9 731 
16,680 
13,796 


24.6 
2.0 
5.7 
8.0 
1.3 

4.3 
2.1 
S.S 
J.6 
1.3 

0.8 
1.6 
4.1 

a.5 

5.6 

1.2 
3.6 
3.3 
2.6 
1.5 

4.7 
2.3 
7.8 
1.5 
0.9 

5.7 
3.0 
3.1 
3.4 


23,606 
16,850 
18,460 
11,443 


28,630 
4,773 
10,150 


20,913 


17,225 


7,591 


8,769 


7,751 


36.5 

-28.8 

30.9 

-1.8 


-17.5 
253.0 
82.2 


33.4 


Obavfis 1 • 




CoUfcxi....; 


7,974 


3,398 


1,992 






37.3. 


Curry 1 




























13,893 
12,400 
14,813 
10,927 


10,187 
3,229 

12,883 
6,429 


9,191 


7,6U 


6.864 


8,239 





28.3 
-26.5 

48.1 
-28.6 


26.6 
284.0 

15.0 
101.3 


10.8 


Eddyi 




Oianti 


9,657 


4,839 


1,143 






33 4 










-HMnigvi 














I,eai 






















J<inoob>> 


7,822 
3,913 
13,983 
12,811 

7,069 
14,913 
16,624 
12,064 

8,504 

22,930 
8,579 

14,770 
8.536 

14,761 

12,008 
10,119 
11,404 
13,320 


4,953 


7,081 


2,513 


1,803 






2^.6 
5.9 
10.3 

11.8 
-30.0 

17.6 

-45.7 

-2.0 

-0.3 

3.3 

1.8 

30.6 

-4.7 

6.4 

-3.8 

46.3 

8.8 


67.9 


—30 1 










HoKlnleri 


















Uora> .' 


10,304 
4,791 


10,618 


9,751 


8,056 


5,568 




22.4 
47.5 


3 


Otero> 






Qiuyl 














Bio Arriba > 


13,777 


11,534 


U,03t 


9,394 


9,849 


10,688 


20.7 


13.S 


jtooaevdt' ^ 






4,828 
22,053 


1,890 
34,204 










76.1 
4.0 


63 


San lUgueli 


30,638 


16,068 


U,714 


7,074 


—8.9 


fiandoral 1 




Santa Fo* 


14,658 
8,158 
U,195 

10,889 


13,562 
3630 
9,505 

9,888 


10,867 


9,609 


8,114 


7,7U 


0.8 
13.0 
21.0 

10.3 


8.1 


Sterrai 


—13 




7,875 
11,029 


8,603 
12,079 


5,787 
14,105 




27.1 


Taosi 


9,507 


10.3 


Torrancei 




XJnloni 


4,528 
13,895 












151.9 
-4.1 




Valencia' „ 


13,876 


13,005 


9,098 


11,331 


14,180 


0.1 



NEW YORK. 

(In oampotbiK the Increase from 1890 to 1900 tor oartrin oooattes, the population of Indian reserratlons in 1900 has bean deducted Iram the total population of the county 
in order to make It comparable with the total foe 1860, which does not include the population of Indian reservations. The dedncttODs thus made fbr the several 
comities are as IbUows: Cattaraugus, 1,982; Chaataaqua, 31; Krie, 1,306; Franklin, 1,253; Oenesee, 348; Niagara, 337; Ontmdaga, 530.] 



Thaatatai 47,<M 



Albany 

Allegany 

Bnnix' 

Biioome...... 

Caittaraagas. 



Clmuiauqtta. 



Chontung'.. 
Cbenan^.. 
CHnton 



Columbia.. 
Gotland... 
Deiswar*.. 
Potchaas.. 
Elle 



Eaaex'.... 
FianUin.. 

Tnlton 

Genesee... 
Gieene 



XUmlltcn'. 



Jeflanon. 
Kirns'... 
£«wb 



UTtngstoo... 

MadlsoE 

ICaaroa 

Montgoiaecy. 



527 

1,047 

41 

705 
1,343 

703 

1,069 

407 

894 

1,049 

844 
503 

1,449 
806 

1,084 

1,838 

1,878 

516 

496 

643 

1,700 
1,450 
1,274 
71 
1,270 

631 
610 
863 

398 
274 



w,tm,tti 



188,106 
38,842 
732^016 
113,610 
71,323 

65,221 
11&348 
6^872 
34,969 
48,898 

38,930 
39,626 
42,774 
91,747 
634,688 

31,871 
48,641 
44,927 
37,976 
25^796 




36,830 
39,538 

3K,034 
5? 928 

12^120 



117.9 



353.1 

35.2 

17,884.0 

181.1 
83.1 

92.8 
107.9 
161.8 
39.1 
41.8 

60.6 
58.9 
39.5 
113.8 
613.8 

17.4 
26.9 

87.1 
78.6 
40.1 

2.3 
44.5 

64.6 

28,437.5 

18.7 

68.4 
80.8 
531.0 
14S.5 
46a8 



9,1U,814 



173,666 
41,412 



78,809 
66,919 

67,106 
106,126 
54,682 
35,575 
48,230 

43,658 
29,349 
45,575 
87,681 



33,458 
46,717 
44,834 
37,616 
30,214 

4,373 

56,386 

80,382 

1,834,351 

24,849 

38,037 

39,288 

283,212 

57,687 



T.aM,894 



165,571 
41,501 



89,149 
86,843 

66,234 
88,314 
54,088 
38,568 
47,430 

43,211 
27, WO 
48,413 
81,670 
433,886 

30,707 
42,853 
42,842 
34,561 
31,478 

4,947 

61,040 

76,748 

1,168.882 

27,427 

37,050 
40,846 
217,864 
47^488 
66,448 



•6,8M,»4 



164,655 
43,240 



62,073 
60,886 

85,302 
76,202 
48,285 
37,776 
46,437 

46,172 
28,867 
45,496 
77,879 
322,081 

33,052 
38,110 
37,650 
33,265 
31,508 

4,762 
45,608 
88,806 
838,647 
29,806 

37,801 
42,892 
189,586 
46,809 



>, 081, 871 



154,890 
41,810 



49,483 
55,806 

65,081 
65,342 
48,065 
39,891 
60,897 

47,928 
26^826 
42,721 
79,184 
219,884 

34,515 
32,390 
30,985 
32,806 
32^096 

3,923 

42,869 

86,106 

509,495 

31,416 

39,562 
44,112 
144,903 
38,316 



4, 381, 769 



133,052 
40,814 



44,103 
43,900 

59,550 
59,327 
36,281 
40,564 
47)947 

47,044 
26^173 

a,vn 

74,041 
17^699 

29,042 
3tt271 
27, 0« 
31,806 
31, S2 

2,960 
39,929 
65,416 
419,921 
28,699 

38,309 
«,622 
117,868 
34,457 



3, 880, 736 



113,917 
41,881 



35,906 
43,888 

65,767 
58,422 
26,917 
40,934 
45,736 

47,172 
26,294 
42,465 
84,941 
141,971 

28,314 
30,837 
24,162 
32,189 
31,930 

3,024 

40,561 

60,825 

279,122 

28,580 

39,546 
43,545 
100,648 
30,886 



3,187,8(4 



93,279 
37,808 



30,860 
38,960 

55,458 
60,493 
28,821 
40,311 
40,047 

43,073 
25,140 
39,834 
5^992 
100,993 

31,148 
25^102 
20, m 
28,488 
33,128 

2,188 
38,244 
68,153 
138,882 
24,564 

40,875 
43,072 
87,650 
31,992 



•14.0 



7.2 
-11.0 



44.2 
82 

-2.8 
9.7 
20.6 
-1.7 
-9.0 

-10.8 

1.3 

-8.1 

4.7 

30.0 

-4.7 

-4.8 

0.9 

1.0 

-14.6 

-9.2 

15.3 

2.3 

23.5 

-4.8 

-3.2 
0.6 
24.3 
0.8 
50.3 



H.4 



4.9 
-0.2 



14.0 
0.4 

1.3 

19.0 

1.1 

-2.7 

1.7 

1.0 

6.1 

-1.8 

7.3 

22.0 

9.0 
8.7 
3.9 
&8 
-4.0 

-U.6 

10.4 

4.7 

40.1 

-9.4 

2.6 
-3.1 
30.0 
21.4 
61:4 



n.i 



0.6 
-4.0 



0.8 
4.6 

1.4 

17.4 

IZO 

-3.2 

2.1 

-6.4 

-3.8 

2.0 

4.9 

33.0 

-7.1 
9.3 
13.8 
2.9 

-0.4 

3.0 

Il.» 

11. S 

39.1 

-8.0 

lis 

I4.V 
8.0 



* Forrtfes (tf Increase or decrease for combinations of new counties with those from wblcb formed, see Table 24, p. 41. 
> For notes regarding changes In boundaries, etc., seep; 144. 

< Total for 1800 includes population (8,689) ol Indian reservations specially enumerated, not distributed by eountfee; totals for 1870, 1S80, and 1850 Include populatim 
<2,S09in 1870, 3Ji72 In 1880, 4,6451n 1850) of Santa Ana County, annexed toBemalBloCaaiitvin I87B; total ler 1860 also Indudes population (6,482) of Arizona County, organ- 
ised as the traritory of A rlzona in 1863. (No population returned for Arizona Ckxinty in 1850. ) 

' Less than one-tenth of 1 per cent. 

< Total for 1890 includes population (5,321) of Indian reservations specially enumerated, not distributed by counties. 



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Tabj,b 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO ISaO-Continued. 

[A nuaus sign (^ ) denotes decrease.] 



1 =j 


Land 
area in 
square 

miles: 
1920. 










POPVLATION. 








COrHTT. 


IMO 


1*10 


IMO 


18M 


1880 


1870 

r 


1800 


18M 


Per cent of increase. 




Totel. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


ItlO 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1900. 



NEW TORK— Continued. 




2S 

jB2 

1,260 

781 

M9 

834 
896 

1,009 



108 
M3 
SI 
183 
2,701 



20« 
M2 
33S 
83« 

1,308 

920 

1,002 



476 

1,187 

876 

8S7 

899 
448 
601 
343 



2,284,103 

118,705 

182,833 

241,466 

52,662 

119,844 
28,619 
71,045 
46,200 
10,802 

409,042 
113,129 
116,631 
43,648 
88,121 

60,029 
109,363 
21,303 
13,098 
24,736 

80,627 
110246 
33,163 
24,212 

36.286 
74,979 
31,673 
44,888 

48,827 

344,436 

30,314 

16,641 



108,822.9 

W.* 

146.3 

30B.2 

81.1 

143.7 
72.3 
73.8 
46.8 
46.4 

4,348.0 
17a 6 

2,044.4 

248.9 

32.6 

72.9 
630.0 
33.2 
39.0 
73.6 

57.7 
119.8 
38. 1 
46.6 

74.1 
6S.9 

36.2 
53.6 

81.6 
768.8 
60.4 
48.5 



2,762,522 

92,036 

154,157 

200,298 

52,286 

116,001 
32,000 
71,664 
47,216 
14,665 

284,041 
122,276 
86,969 
46,873 
89,006 

61,917 
88,235 
23,865 
14,004 
26,972 



96,138 
33,808 
25,624 

33,647 
91,769 
%223 
47,778 

50,179 

283,056 

31,880 

18,642 



2,060,600 
74,961 
132,800 
168,735 
49,605 

103,869 
30,164 
70,881 
48,939 
13,787 

152,999 

67,021 
38,298 
80,083 

61,080 
46,852 
26,854 
16,811 
28,114 

82,822 
77,582 
32,306 
27,961 

33,830 
88,422 
29,943 
4^624 

48,660 
184,257 
30,413 
20,318 



1,515,301 
62,491 
122,922 
146,247 
48,463 

97,859 
30,803 
71,883 
50,861 
14,849 

128,059 
124,511 
51,603 
36,162 
86,048 

57,663 
20,797 
29,164 
16,711 
28,227 

81,473 
62,491 
31,031 
29,985 

g062 
27^866 
45,680 

49,729 
146,772 
31,193 
21,001 



1,306,299 
64,173 
115,475 
117,883 
49.541 

88,220 
8^128 
77,911 
61.397 
11^181 

90,674 
116,328 
38,091 
2^680 
86,997 

56,156 
23,538 
32,910 
18,842 
20,278 

77,586 
53,888 
32,401 
32,6ra 

34,446 
86,838 
2K179 
47; 871 

51,700 
108,988 
30,907 
21,087 



•42,292 
80^437 
110,008 
104,183 
46,108 

80,902 
^688 
77,941 
4iL967 
1^420 

73,808 
99,549 
33,029 
25,213 
84; 826 

51,529 
21,347 
33,340 
18,989 
27,823 

67,717 
46,934 
34,560 
30,572 

33,178 
84,078 

4^568 

47,710 
131,348 
29,164 
19,595 



813,660 
50,389 

106,208 
90,686 
44,663 



61,739 
20 002 
34,409 
18,840 
28,138 

66,660 
43,275 
32,385 
28,748 

31,409 
76,381 
21,434 
45,904 

47,762 
99,497 
31,968 
20,290 



515,547 
42,276 
99,966 
85,890 
43,929 

57,145 
28,601 
62,198 
48,638 
14,138 

36,833 
^363 
IK 061 
1^962 
68,617 

46,646 
20,054 
33,548 



25,441 

63,771 
36,922 
25,088 
24,880 

38,746 
60,384 
17,199 
4<7i0 

44,963 
68,263 
31,981 
20,500 



-17.3 
29.0 
18 6 

20.6 
0.7 

3.3 

-10.6 

-0.9 

-2.2 

-26.3 

6S.I 

-7.6 
35.6 
-2.8 
-1.0 

-3.0 
28.9 
-10.7 
-6.5 
-8.3 

-3.3 
14.7 
-1.9 
-8.8 

4.9 

-18.3 

-1.7 

-6.0 

-2.7 
21.7 
-4.9 

-ia7 



34.7 
22.8 
16.1 
IS. 7 
5.4 

11.7 
6.1 
1.1 
-3.6 
6.4 

85.6 
0.5 
38.3 
22.4 
-0.1 

1.4 

88.3 

-11.2 

-11.4 

-4.1 

0.7 

23.9 

4.6 

-83 

-0.5 
3.8 
7.6 
4.7 

3.1 

53.6 

4.8 

-8.2 



35.8 

19.4 
8.t> 

15.0 
2.4 

6.1 
-Zl 
-L« 
-3.S 
-7.3 

1».» 

-ZS 

28.7 

8.0 

4.7 

S.» 
57.> 
-7.» 
-5.4 

-0.4 

1.7 
24.1 

4.1 
-6.8 

3.8 

L« 

7.» 

-Oil 

-2.1 
26.8 
-It 
-3.8 



NORTH CABOUNA. 



Th* state>. 



Alamanoe.. 
Alennder.. 
Aliegliauy ^. 

Anton 

Aabei...... 



Avery' 

Beaolorti... 

Banie 

Bladai> 

Bnma»lck>. 



Btmoombe... 

Btuke 

Ctbanus.... 
OtUweUi... 
CUnden 



Oiftereti.. 

OMwen 

OMawte... 
Chatham >. 
CbeitAee>. 




Comberiand'.. 
Conltack'.... 

Oaie> 

OaTidsoo'..., 
Davie 



jdfleoooibe.. 
ratsyth>.... 



48.740 



492 
28B 
234 
666 
427 



840 
703 
976 

790 



534 
390 
4n 
220 

573 
402 
408 
696 
454 

166 
220 
496 
933 
660 

670 
302 

m 

666 
268 

790 
312 
506 

376 
468 



t,tf»,UI 



32,718 
12,212 
7,408 
28,834 
21,001 

10,336 
31,024 
28,903 
"TBI 
876 

64,148 
23,207 
33,730 
19,984 

5,382 

16,384 
16,760 



}?: 



23,814 
15,242 

10,649 
7,646 
84,373 
80,124 
29,048 

6,1U 
85,301 
13,678 

30,223 
42,219 
37,996 
77,260 
26,667 



18.5 3,101,8*7 



66.6 
42.3 
31.6 
51.0 
40.3 

4S.4 

36.9 
34.1 
30.2 
18.8 

100.4 
.43.6 
86lS 
42.4 
24.5 

26.8 
30.2 
82.9 
34.3 
33.6 

64.5 
21.1 
60.1 
33.3 
44.0 

63.3 
24.9 
18.6 
61.9 
53.6 

38.8 
136.3 

74.6 
305.5 

57.0 



28,712 
11,592 
7,746 
26,466 
19,074 



30,877 
28,039 
18,006 
14,432 

49,708 
21,406 
26,240 
20,579 
6,640 

13,776 
14,856 
2f,918 
22,636 
14,136 

11,308 
3,909 
20,404 
28,020 
26,504 

36,384 
7,603 
4,841 
20,404 
13,394 

26,442 
36,276 
32,010 
47,311 
24,692 



1,893,810 



26,666 
10,960 
7,769 
31,870 
19,881 



26,404 
20,538 
17,677 
12,667 

44,288 
17,890 
22,466 
16,694 
6,474 

11.811 
16,038 
22,133 
23,912 
11,860 

10,268 
4,633 
26,078 
21,274 
24,160 

29,349 
6,S29 
4,7S7 
23,408 
12,116 

28,406 
26,238 
26,601 
35,361 

35,116 



SI, 617, 148 



18,271 

9,430 

6,523 

20,037 

16,628 



31,073 
10,176 
16,763 
10,900 

36,266 
14,930 
18,142 
13,208 
6,667 

10,826 
16,038 
18,689 

x,ta 

9,976 

9,187 

4,197 

20,304 

17,866 

30,633 

37,831 
6,747 
3,768 
31,702 
11,621 

18,690 
18,041 
24,118 
28,484 

31,090 



1,318,750 1,071,381 



14, 613 
8,355 
5,48« 
17,994 
14,437 



17,474 
16,390 
16,158 
9,389 

21,900 
12,809 
14,964 
10,291 
6,274 

9,784 
17,826 
14,946 
23,463 

8,182 

7,900 
8,3tn 
16,671 
14,430 
19,720 

38,886 
6,476 
3,243 
20,333 
11,006 

18,773 



11,874 
6,868 
3,601 

13,428 
9,673 



26,181 
18,079 

30,829 



13,011 
13,960 
13,831 
7; 764 

16,413 
9,777 

11,954 
8,476 
6,361 

9,010 
16,081 
10,984 
19,723 

8,080 

6,450 
2,461 

12,686 
8,474 

30,616 

17,086 
5,131 
3,778 

17,414 
9,620 

15,542 



22,970 
13,060 
14,134 



11,862 
6,022 
3,600 

13,664 
7,066 



11,444 
6,220 



14,766 
14,810 
11,906 
8,406 

13,684 

9,237 
10,646 
7,407 
6,343 

8,186 
16,216 
10,729 
19,101 

9,166 

^842 



12,348 
8,687 
16,368 

1^380 
7,416 



16,601 
8,494 

IN 784 



17,876 
13,683 

14,107 



18,489 
8,777 



18,816 
13,861 
0,767 
7,373 

13,426 
7,772 
9,747 
8;317 
6,049 

N930 
16,269 

8,862 
18,440 

6,838 

6,721 



10,396 
6,909 
14,709 

20,610 
7,236 



16,320 

7,866 

13,514 



17,180 
11,168 
11,713 



•16.0 18.1 



14.0 
5.3 
-4.4 
11.8 
10.1 



a5 

4.1 

9.7 
3.1 

28.8 
8.8 

2&6 
-2.9 
-4.6 

11.7 
6.1 

21.2 
5.2 
7.8 

-5.8 
18.9 
16.2 
7.5 
13.6 

-a 6 

.t5.5 

5.7 

19.7 

1.4 

18.8 
19.7 
18.7 
63.8 
&0 



11.9 

5.8 

-0.2 

16.4 
-2.6 



16.9 

13.2 

1.9 

14.0 

12.4 
21.0 
16.0 
31.1 
3.0 

16.6 
-1.1 

36.1 
-6.3 

19.3 

ia3 

-13.7 

17.6 

31.7 

6.9 

30.6 

17.8 

1.8 

25.6 

10.6 

13.6 
34.5 
30.4 
84.3 
-L7 



».t 

40.8 
16.1 
18.8 
9.8 
36.8 



31.$ 

7.1 
!.• 

16.1 

3s.e 

18.* 
33.S 
37.» 
-3.4 

«.> 

U.4 
-&• 

18.* 

11.* 
8.* 

33.0 
18.1 

17.7 

T.1 

7.g 
4.» 

Hit 
48.4 

las 
mi 



* For rates of increase or decrease (or combinations ol new counties with those from wbiota foimed, we Table 24, p. 41. 

1 For notes remrding ehanges In boondaitM, etc., see p. 144. 

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121 



Tabm 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920-«ontmiied. 

[A ndiiiis sign (— ) danotes daereaw.) 





Land 
•CM in 
iquM* 
fflUtn 

1930. 








roruufloN. 










OOUWTt, 


IMO 


1»M 


19N 


18M 


18W 


1810 


ISM 


tSM 


Pwaaat of tnetau*. 




Total. 


Par 
•quua 
mUe. 


»10 
to 
laae. 


itoo 
to 
1910. 


18S0 

to 

1900. 



NORTH CABOLINA-Continued. 



OMtao> 

<3«tas 

4)nbun> 

Omnilat.... 
Oraana 

Ooflford 

HsWbx 

Harnatti 

Haywood 

HaBdanoB'.. 

Hartford 

Hoke" 

Hyde 

Iredell 

JaclDon> 

Johnatan 

Jones 

Lee> 

Lanolr 

Uncobi 

MnDowall 

Macon' 

Ifodiian 

Martin 

UaoktaDburt.. 

Mttdiall' 

Mantgomary.. 
MooroT:..:.. 

Nash 

New Hanover 

Noatbamptan, 

Onalow 

OranKe' 

PamBooi 

I'aaquotank.. 

T«ndar> 

Fwqnlmana.. 

Panon 

Pitt 

P«rtk« 

Randolph.... 
IUehmond>... 

Bobeaon' 

RocUnghani.. 
Bowan 

Botharfard... 
Sampaon'.... 
Swtbaidi..... 

Stanly 

Stokes 

SiHTy' 

SwaW 

Transyiranla. 

^piraD 

Tndon 

;^nc8> 

Wi&a< 

WatT«n> 

WaifalniteB.. 
'Wataofat.... 

^SKJ;:::::: 

ifilsoo 

Yadkin- 

YaaoayJ 



m 

sro 



ati 

876 
588 

S46 
StS 

Ml 
417 
617 



807 
417 
S61 
S90 
»0 

44S 
513 
4S6 
488 
897 

31S 
498 
889 
586 

S16 

504 
741 
390 
350 
StS 

SIS 
153 
391 

ez7 

351 

808 

581 
990 
579 
489 

544 

886 
849 
416 
480 

510 
553 

IS 
566 

179 
SM 
435 
317 
308 

871 
735 
373 

SI 



51, au 

'?;^ 

18,848 
16,312 

79,173 
43,766 
38,313 
23,496 
18,348 

16, 3M 
11,733 
8,386 
37,956 
13,396 

48,998 
9,913 
13,400 
29,555 

17,862 

18,763 
13,887 
30,083 
30,828 
80,695 

11,378 
14,607 
31,888 
41,061 
40,600 

18,184 
14,708 
171805 
9,000 
17,070 

14,788 
11,187 
18,978 
45,509 
8,833 

80,886 
35,567 
54,674 
44,149 
44,003 

31,436 
86,003 
16,000 
37,430 
20,575 

83,464 
13,384 
9,308 

13,799 
75,155 
31,5(8 
11,439 
13,477 

43,610 

38^813 
l<v3n 
15,098 



141.3 
29.4 
16.3 
t*.4 

613 

114.7 
64.7 
48.2 
43.0 
51.0 

47.8 
38L1 
13.6 
64.6 
37.1 

6a7 
23.8 
«.3 

75.8 
59.7 

37.8 
35.1 
4&1 
47.6 
135.3 

5319 
29.3 
83.5 
7ai 
188.1 

46lO 
19.8 
45.9 
35.9 
79.3 

18.1 
44.1 
48.5 

71.7 
85.2 

38.4 
49.1 
5S.2 

7&3 
90.1 

57.8 

4ae 

♦4.7 
65.9 
42,9 

83.4 
18.9 

14.5 

a4 

SS.8 

8L7 
91.3 
5a8 
86.0 
44.5 

7tL4 
44.4 

m 

5a6 



37,063 
10,455 
41749 
35,103 
13,083 

60,497 
37,646 
23,174 
2^,020 
1^262 

15,436 



8,8i0 
34,316 
13,998 

41,401 
8,731 
11,876 
33,760 
17,183 

13,538 
13,191 
30,183 
17,797 
07,031 

17,146 
14,967 
17,010 
83,737 
33,087 

33,333 
14,125 
15,004 
9,966 
16,693 

15.471 
11,054 
17,356 
36,340 
7,6M 

29,491 
19,073 
61,945 
86,442 
87,531 

28,386 
29,982 
18,363 
19,809 
30,151 

38^705 
10,408 
• 7,191 
5,119 
38,177 

19,425 
63,329 
20,266 
11,083 
18,558 

35,698 
30,383 
38,369 
15,428 
13,072 



37,903 
10,413 
4,343 
33,363 
12,038 

39,074 
30,798 
15,968 
16,223 
14,104 

14,»4 



9,378 
38,064 
11,858 

33,350 
8,126 



18,839 
15,498 

13,567 
13,104 
30,644 
15,383 
55,368 

15, SI 
14,107 
13,683 

35,478 
^786 

31,150 
11,940 
14,890 
8,045 
13,660 

18,881 
10,091 
16,685 
80,880 

7;ooi 

38,333 
15,865 
40,871 
33,183 
81,066 

S5,l«l 

!%'« 
15.830 
19,866 

35,815 
8,401 
•,639 
4,888 

37,166 

16,684 
64,036 

10,608 
13,417 

3L356 
36,873 
33,596 
14,083 
11,464 



17,764 
10,353 
3,313 
34,484 

10,039 

38,053 
28,908 
13,700 
U,846 
18,589 

13,851 



8,908 

35,483 

9,513 

37,»9 



14,879 
11,586 

10,«MI 
10,103 
17,805 
15,321 
43,073 

13,807 
11,230 
30,479 
30,707 
34,036 

21,143 
10,308 
14,948 
7,148 
101748 

9,108 
15,151 
15,519 

5,903 

15,196 
33,948 
81,483 
35,363 
34,133 

18,770 
25,096 



1%136 
17,199 

10,181 
6,877 
^881 

31,369 

17,581 
49,307 
19,300 
10,300 
10,611 

36,100 
3^875 
1&644 
13^790 
9,400 



14,354 

8,897 

1335 

31,386 

10,037 

33,585 
30,300 
10,863 
10,371 
10,181 

11,843 



7,765 

a, 675 

^843 

»,461 
7,491 



15,344 
11,081 

•,836 

8,064 

11,810 

U,140 

34,175 

•l48S 

^874 
16,831 
17,731 
31,376 

30,083 
9,839 

33,698 
6,333 

10,369 

131,468 
«,6e6 
13,719 

\^ 

30,8W 
18,145 
33,880 
31,744 
19,965 

^894 



10,505 
15,383 

15,303 
3,784 
(,340 
4,646 

18,006 



13,(03 

7,734 



24,831 

8,687 

31,736 

30,408 

8,886 

7,931 

7,706 

9,373 



6,445 

16,981 

6,683 

16,807 
5,003 



10,494 
9,573 

7,533 
6,615 
8,193 
9,647 
31,399 

4,706 
7,487 
13,0(0 
11,077 
37,978 

14,749 
7,560 
17; 507 



8,01 



7,945 
11,170 
17,376 

4,319 

17,551 
13,883 
16,383 
15,708 
16,810 

13,131 
16,486 



^815 
11,308 

U,353 



3,586 
4,173 
13,117 



36,617 
17^768 
6,516 
5,387 

18,144 
16,639 
1%3S8 
10,607 
5,909 



9,807 
8,443 



%39e 
7;925 

30,006 
19,442 
8,039 
6,801 
10,448 

9,504 



7,782 
15,347 
5,515 

18,666 
^730 



10,330 
^105 

7,130 
6,004 
5,908 
10,195 
17^374 



7,619 
11,437 
11,687 
31,715 

13,373 
8,856 
16,947 



8,940 



7,888 
11,311 
16,080 

4,043 

16,783 
11,009 
15,489 
16,746 
14,589 

U,573 
16,634 



7,801 
10^403 

10,380 



4,944 
11,303 



38,637 

15,736 

6,357 

4.967 

14,905 

9,730 
10,714 
8,655 



8,073 
8,426 



31,249 
6,619 

19,754 
16,589 



7,074 
6,888 

8,ia 



7,836 
14,719 



13,736 
5,038 



7,8b, 
7,746 

6,3(6 
6,389 



8,807 
13,914 



6,873 
9,343 
10,657 
17,668 

U,33S 
8,383 
17,056 



8,950 



7,333 
10,781 
13,397 



15,833 
9,818 
12,826 
14,495 
13,870 

13,550 
14,585 



6,922 
9,906 

18,443 



5,133 
10,061 



34,888 
13,913 
5,664 
3,400 

13,486 
13,099 



'Kii» 



88.8 
0.8 
Z6 
6.9 

33.9 

31.0 
16.8 
27.7 
11.8 
13.3 

5.6 



-5.1 

lao 

8.1 

18L3 
13.7 
17.8 

39.8 
4.3 

33.8 
5.7 

-a 3 

17.0 
30l4 

-34.6 
-Z4 
35.7 
31.7 
26i8 

8.9 
4.1 
18.8 
~9.1 
5.9 

-4.4 

as 

0.3 
39^4 
15.6 

4.6 

sao 

5.3 
3tl 

17.4 

la? 
lai 

L5 

37.8 

Zl 

9.8 
37.1 
30i4 
-7.1 

8.3 

17.4 
1&9 
6.5 
3.3 

-a» 

33.3 

7.8 

sa3 

6.3 
3&0 



88.8 
0.4 
9.3 
7.9 
S.7 

818 
3L3 
38.7 
39.6 
15.3 

8.0 



-17 
18.1 
9.7 

38.4 

6.0 



313 

10l5 

7.7 

ar 

-315 
16.7 
3L8 

13.3 
5.4 
-38.0 
3X4 
313 

5.5 
18.3 

3L5 
33.9 
22.3 

V 

10 

17.6 

911 

15 
211 
28.7 

9.9 
2a8 

13.1 
13.7 
314 

90.8 
L4 

1&4 

S.8 

&6 

18 

315 

1&4 

15.7 

5.8 

13 

L* 

13.8 
117 
19.8 
ft.6 
5.3 



67.1 

1.6 

3L1 

-6.0 
119 

sas 

8.5 
18.7 
31.5 
UO 

8.3 



13 

316 

I&4 
ILl 



3Sw3 

33.1 

11* 
19l8 
113 
1.1 
3S,» 

1818 
US 
113 
33.0 
7.3 

-a 4 

15.9 
-1.7 
13.6 
37.1 

19 
8.6 

lai 

31.0 
18.7 

111 

-33.8 

38.3 

3a8 

38.8 

33.7 
SLl 



1&.5 

813 
27.7 
116 
17.9 
17.7 

-5.1 
ILO 

-1.1 
10 
36,4 

3Ql1 
18.5 
316 
11 
318 



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Tamb 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1880 TO 1820-OimtiiMxed. 

[A minus sifn (—) deuotes decrease.] 





Land 
ares in 
square 
miles: 

1920. 


poroiAnoN. 


OOUlWlf, 


IMO 


1>1« 


IMO 


18*0 


1880 


1870 


1800 


18M 


Peroantofinerease. 




Total. 


Pec 

square 
mUe. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 
1910. 


1880 
to 
1900. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

pn eompating the inorease bom 1800 to 1900 in certain counties, tba population of Indian reservationx tn 1900 has been deducted from the total 
order to make it comparable with the total br 1800, which doe* not Inclade the population of Indian reservations. The deductions thus n 
are as follows: Benson, 1,368; McLean, 998; Mercer, 40; Morton, 3,3()8; Bolette, 2,3113.] 



itl(m of the county in 
lor the seveni oomoiea 



TlMft»to< 


70,183 


146,(78 


9.1 


577,058 


318,148 


■190,183 


I38,MM 


>S,40t 






ni.i 


18.8 


87.1 










A4«>!li> 


997 
1,910 
1,364 
i;i68 
t:681 

1.164 
1,118 
1,651 
1788 

i;«4 

1,142 
1,270 
3,084 
651 
1,563 

644 

1,013 

1433 

1,681 

717 

1,132 

.1388 

1 147 

997 

1,888 

1,003 
2,847 
3305 
1,110 
1,9C 

1,914 
'981 
730 
1,117 
l,i)65 

1,205 
860 
899 

1,437 
918 

855 

996 

hUi 
1,223 

1,356 

717 
2,282 
1,C87 

865 

1,282 
3,054 
1,393 
2,138 


6,693 
18,678 
13,005 

3 136 
16,109 

4,768 
9,511 
16,578 
41,477 
15,655 

10,499 
9,637 
8.828 
6,493 

li;288 

6,108 

4 832 
28,795 

9,653 
7)402 

7,685 
7798 

16,544 

9,010 
9,544 

17,366 
8,224 

18,714 

13,140 

15,427 
11,618 
7,776 

9,655 
7935 
3,308 
4940 
13,542 

7,401 
24,675 

8,327 
13,210 

19,078 
28,811 

13,987 
17,980 


6.6 
12.4 
9.6 
2.7 
9.0 

4.1 

8.5 

9.4 

23.6 

ia4 

9.3 
7.6 
4.3 

lao 

7.3 

9.5 
4.8 

3ai 

6.7 

ia3 

tt 

V7 
8.3 

9.0 
3.4 
7.5 
7.4 
9.6 

6.3 

ia6 

6.1 
13.6 
8.8 

13.8 
13.5 
8.6 
14.5 
11.0 

11.3 
8.0 
3.0 
4.0 

10.0 

las 

10.8 
8.0 
14.1 

14.9 
14.0 

lao 

&4 


6.407 
18,066 
13,681 
10,186 
17,396 

4,668 

9,064 
13.087 
33«36 
16,660 

9.839 
6,015 
5,303 
4800 
9,796 

6.313 


' 










3.4 

3.4 

8.8 

-68.8 

-13.6 

Zl 

4.9 

W.0 

212 

-a7 

6.7 
60.3 
66.6 
36.3 
16.3 

16.0 






Barnes' 


13,189 

8,820 

975 

7,632 


7,046 

3.460 

170 

2,893 

6. 


1.585 








37.3 

114 

9417 

138.6 


SB. 8 


||«niHin> 








180.7 


BllUngs' 


i;823" 








47S.5 


Bottineao> 








160.4 














Burke > 
















Rnrlnlriil . 


6,061 
6.061 


4,347 
19,613 
6,'471 

5,673 


3.948 
8,988 








115.3 
18.6 
34.6 

618 


48.2 


ombc:...:::::::::::::::::::;:: 








4S.9 


CntUetK 








•4.4 


Dicksr* 










8.8 


mS^i.:::::::::::::::;:::::::: 






<... 






Dunn • 




159 
1.877 
1.971 

1,310 














Kddyi 


3,830 
4,349 

8,770 










44.1 
136.3 

419 


14L8 


KmmofM > 


38 

87 








130.0 


Fo(tar> 








211.0 


OoldenVaUey' 










QrandForks'i 


37,888 


24,450 


18,357 


6,348 








3.3 


14.0 


8S.3 


Orant'. 










OtlmB • 


6,274 

6,963 
10,724 
6|l68 

17,627 

7,351 

i5:2S 

8.481 
10,140 

sen 

14,740 
9|740 

15,199 
10,345 

7,840 
10659 

9.658 

9.302 
8,103 


4,744 


2,817 










18.0 

17.2 

3a8 

7.8 

35w3 

-11.8 

34.3 
66.9 
19.1 
78.3 
-3fc0 

43.0 

12 

33.7 

2.9 

-4.7 

L5 
13.3 

-as 

6.3 
6.3 

4.9 
-2.1 


3i3 


'"iii 


TMttQim't 












Kidder^ 


1,754 

1,625 
5,253 

4,818 


1,211 

an 

1,684 

3,20 

860 

428 

4 5,289 


80 
30 








239.9 

77.3 

339.6 

236.6 


44.8 


La Moure t 








89.8 


Lccan> 








1713 


IfcBeory' 










281.6 


Melntcthi 










48.8 


MnK<^!i«> 












McLean' 


4,791. 

1,778 

»10|277 










3016 
167.0 
146.1 

"'iHi' 

261.3 
-17.6 
104.4 

49.5 


84LO 












806.1 


Morton! 


300 








C4.0 












Kelson' 


7,316 

990 

17,869 

4,765 

9,198 
6,919 


4,293 

464 

14,334 

906 

4,418 
5,393 










7ai 


Oliver' .. 










118.4 


Pembina ' 


4,863 


1,313 






24.7 








tt6.S 


Hanisev'. 


381 
637 








10&2 










38.3 


Benville' 










RIehland'. 


i7,S87 

7,996 

6,089 


10,761 
3:427 

5,076 


8.507 








13.1 
19.6 


61.7 


Rolette' , 








13018 


Sarcenti .... 










110 


mmidnn > 












Sioux' 


















Slope' 






















Stark' 


13,604 

7.616 
18,189 

8963 
12,545 

19,491 
35^281 
11,814 
14,234 


7,621 

5,888 
9,143 
6,491 
13,107 

20,288 
7961 
8,810 
1530 


3.304 

3,777 

5,286 

1,4S0 

10,317 

16,687 
1681 
i;313 










8.8 

-3.8 
35.1 
-7.1 
-17 

-11 

14.0 

17 

36.3 


64.1 

29.8 
98.9 
38.1 
-4.8 

-9.9 
317.6 
413 
880.3 


2ia8 


Steele' ; 










65.0 




1,007 








73.0 










847.7 


Traill' 


4,133 

> 








3&8 


Walsh'...'. 








213 


Ward' 










87S.O 


Wells' _ 










886kO 


Williams' 




















1 





OHIO. 



nasUte' 48,740 



Adams..... 

Allen 

Ashland... 
AsbUbolo. 
Athens 



Auslaixe.. 
Belmont.. 
Brown.... 
Butler.... 
OarroU.... 



646 
406 
421 
723 
487 

397 
530 
481 
452 
887 



I.TH.SM 



22.408 
68,223 
24,07 

^^ 

30,627 
93,193 
22,621 
87,025 
16,942 



141.4 



41.0 
168.0 
58.6 
90.7 
108.6 

74.4 
175.8 

47.0 
192.1 

41.2 



4,787,181 



24,786 
66,680 
22.«76 
69,647 
47;798 

31,246 
76,866 
24,832 
70,271 
16,761 



4,U7,B48 



26,328 
47.976 
21.184 
51.448 
38,730 

31,192 
60^876 
28,237 
66,870 
16,811 



^3,878,381 



26,093 
40. 6H 
23,223 
43,666 
35,194 

38,100 
57,413 
39,899 

48,607 
17,566 



s,u8,«a 



34,005 
31,314 
9^883 
37,139 
28,411 

25.444 
49,638 
32, OU 
42,579 
16,416 



8,885,380 



20,760 
23,623 
21,833 
32,517 
23,768 

20, OU 
39,714 
30,8CS 
39,913 
14,491 



2,331,111 



20,309 
19,185 
22,961 
31.814 
2i;364 

17,187 
36,388 
29,968 
36,840 
15,738 



1,980,8» 



18,888 
11,109 
23,818 
28,767 
18,315 

11,338 
34,000 
27,332 
30,789 
17,685 



10.8 

-9.6 

316 

7.2 

lai 

6.5 

-5.6 
21.3 

-8.9 

218 

1.1 



14.7 

^fcO 
17.9 
8.6 

18.7 
214 

a2 

26.3 

-111 

23.6 

-6.3 



13. « 

&• 
U.0 
-4.7 
17.0 

lao 

ILO 

0.0 

-5.6 

17.6 
-4.8 



* For rates of Increase or decrease (or combinations of new counties with those (Mm which formed, see Table 24, p. 41. 
> For notee regarding changes in boundaries, etc^see pp. 144, 146i 



' Totals include population a* f<dlows: For 1800— of Indian reservationa specially enumerated, not distributed by counties (8,364}; of Bnford and Flannary 
Counties (876), takento form Williams Coon^ between 1800 and 1900; of Church, Oarfldd, Mountralne, Stevens, and Wallaoe Counties and old Hettinger, old Sanviile^ 
old Sheridan, and old WllUams Counties (6ra), aimaxed to other counties between 1800 and 1900. For 1880— of Mountraills, Stevens, and <M Williams Coanttes (374), 
annexed to other eoonties between 1800 and 1900; of Howard (13), taken to form Allrsd, Duno, McKansie, and Wallace; and of WaOetie (432), taken to form Bated aod 
Flannery.betwesn 1880 and 1800. For 1870— of unorganised terrltcry wltliln present limits of North Dakota (1,192). Figures for 1880 and 1870 relate to thsVpart of 
Dakota territory which now constitutes North Dakota. 

• Indiides pcpulatian (3,308) of that part ot Standing Rook Indian Reservation in North Dakota, not returned by counties in 1900. 

< Iiwhldes papalaUoo (611) <h Fort Yates and that part of Standing Rock Indian ReservaUon In North Dakota, sot returned by ooontief la 180a 

> Total for 1880 Includes 13 Indians specially enumerated, not distributed by counties. 



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Tablb 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONg: 1880 TO l«a(K-Contmxied. 

(A ndnui sisn (^) denotes dMfMM.3 





Land 
ana In 
square 
fflUes: 

laao. 


1 






rorULATIOR. 












OOUMTT. 


- ! 


ItM 


1*00 


1890 


1 

18M • 

1 
1 


1870 


1800 


I8S0 


Per cent of locraaw. 




1 

TotaL iqnan 
^ mite. 


ItlO 

to 

itao. 


1100 

to 

1010. 


18M 
to 
IMM. 



OBaO— Continued. 



ChampAign.. 

Clarmoot.... 

CUnton .. 

CslumMana. 



OOdMCtOD., 

Ckawfurd*., 
Canbogm... 
Dttto. 



IMaware. 

Erta 

nairfleld.. 
n^ette... 
Flanklin. 

Fidtoo... 



Omm.... 
Oaeniaeyi. 



Bardiii._ . 
Bartiaon... 
Beniy 



Bichland.. 
BocUng... 

Bolmea 

Haion. 

laekson... 



JoBenon... 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence.. 
UMag.... 

Loeui 

lorain..... 
Locas. 



Maikni.. 
Medina. 

MeitB... 

Miaiiii.. 



Uooioe' 

UaotgoBurj.. 

llortan> 

Uofrow 

)f aaldngiiai . . 

Mobl«> 

OtUwa. 

Paoldlnc 

Jpwy 

naka«m7 

«k«. 

Partase. 

Pnble. 

Potnam 

oiddaod 



Bandoaky. 
Scioto. 



Sbdbr. 



Btark. 

OQBUDtt* • a • ■! 

TnunbulL..., 
Toaeanwaa.., 
XJnkm 



Van Wert... 

Vi nton. 

WafTen...... 

Waahlngton. 

Wanio 

Wilbaau 

Wood 

Wyandot 



421 
407 
465 
411 
534 

568 
400 
463 

586 
406 

445 
256 
485 
413 
517 

406 
449 
416 
415 
518 

407 i 
S35 

473 I 
401 I 
414 I 
I 
549 
411 ' 
418! 
494 ' 
404 ' 

407 
513 ' 
241 
443 
a«9 

451 : 

407 ; 

342 I 
407 ' 

427 I 

409.' 

435 

412 

450 

408 

448 
455 

402, 
403 1' 
664 .'■ 
I 
390 
270 
413 
399 
490 



428 
531 
416 
482 
503 

668 

413 
623 
550 
413 

566 
408 
633 
555 
446 

406 
412 
413 
630 

557 
411 
612 
406 



25,071 
80,728 
28,291 
23,086 
83,131 

29,396 
36,054 
943,496 
42,911 
24,649 

26,018 
39,789 
40,484 
21,518 
283,961 

23,446 
23,311 
15,086 
31,221 
45,352 

403,078 
38,394 
20,167 
19,625 
23,362 

27,610 
23,291 
16,965 
33,434 
37,343 

77,580 
39,580 
38,667 
39,510 
56,436 

30,104 
90,612 

375,721 
19,662 

186,310 

42,004 
26,067 
36,189 
36,873 
48,438 

20,660 
300,533 
14,555 
15,670 
$7,980 

17,840 
33,103 
18,786 
36,098 
35,788 

14,151 
36,369 
33,338 
37,781 
56,178 

41,IS« 
37,100 
82,860 
43,178 
25,(03 

177,318 
386,065 

83,sao 

63,678 
30,918 

38,210 
12,075 
25,716 
43,049 

41,346 
34,627 
44,892 
19,481 



59.8 
198.3 
60.8 
56.0 
165.7 

53.0 
88.3 
2,037.8 
73.2 
6a6 

68.5 
166.4 

81.8 
52.1 
549.3 

57.0 
51.9 
36.1 
75.2 
87.6 

1,213.0 
71.8 
61.7 
48.9 
56.4 

50.3 
56.7 
4a6 
66.6 
67.7 

19a 6 
57.7 

119.0 
89.3 
84.3 

66.7 
182.3 
806.2 

30.6 
436.3 

ica.7 

50.9 
03.6 
59.7 
118.7 

46.1 
4ea5 
36.2 
38.6 
87.3 

44.7 
83.3 
4S.4 

t0.i 
53.6 

83.1 

SS.t 

57.6 
100:7 

63:2 
89:9 

ioa9 

78.6 
63:8 

313.1 
701.1 
13Z6 
114.8 
48.9 

69.5 
29.3 
63.3 
88.3 

74.3 

50.9 
73.4 
4S.0 



26,351 
66,435 
29,551 
33,680 
76,619 

80,121 
34,036 
637,425 
43,933 
34,498 

37,183 
38,827 
89,201 
21,744 
221,567 

23.914 
35,745 
14,670 
20,783 
43,716 

460,783 
37,860 
30,407 
19,076 
29,119 

38,711 
33,660 
17,900 
34,306 
30,791 

65,433 
30,181 
33,IB7 
39,488 
65,580 

30,084 
76,087 

193,738 
19,903 

116,151 

33,971 
33,598 
25,594 
37,536 
46,047 

31,344 

163,763 

16,097 

16,815 

sn<88 

18,801 
33,380 
23,730 
35,896 
38,158 

16,733 
80^107 
^884 
£973 
47,667 

40,060 
3^171 
48,463 
£431 
34,663 

133,987 
108,368 
0,766 
5^036 
31,871 

39,119 
13,096 
34,497 
45,433 



36,198 
46,330 
30,760 



20,042 I 
58,939 I 
31,610 I 
24,302 
68,690 I 

20,337 
33,916 
439,120 
42,532 
26,387 

28,401 
37,650 
34,259 
21,725 
184,460 

22,801 
27,918 
14,744 
31,613 
34,425 

409,479 
41,998 

31,187 

20,486 
27,282 I 

30,982 I 
24,398 , 
19,511 
32,330 
34,248 I 

44,357' 

27,768 

21,680 

39,534 

47,070 

30,430 1 
54,857 I 
153,656 
30,500 
70,134 , 

38,678' 
21,958 I 
28,620 
28,031 
48,105; 

27,031 
130,146 
17,906 
17,876 
53,186 

19,466 
23,313 

37,538 
31,841 
37,016 

18,173 
39,346 
33,713 
33,525 
44,389 

40,940 
34,311 
40,(81 
41,163 
34,636 

94,747 
71,716 
46,561 
83,751 
33;343 

30,394 
15,330 
35,684 
48,346 

37,870 
34,053 
51,555 
21,125 



2G,960 
52,277 
33.563 
34*340 
68,039 

28,708 
31,927 
300,970 
42,961 
25,769 

27,188 
35,462 
33,939 
22,309 
124,087 

22,033 
27; 006 
13,488 
29,820 
28,646 

374,573 
42,563 

28,989 
20,830 
25,080 

29,048 
22,858 
21,139 
31,949 
28,408 

39,415 
27,600 
18,336 
39,566 
43,279 

27,386 
40,296 
102,296 
20,067 
55,979 

34,737' 

21,742 

29,813 

27,330 

39,754 

25,176 i 
100,863 
19, 143 
18,120 I 
51,210 I 

30,758 
31,974 
36,(82 
31,151 ! 
36,969; 

17,483 

37; 868 
23,431 ! 
30,188 
38,072 

39,454 
30,617 
36,377 
40,869 
34,707 

84,170 
64,089 
42,373 
46,618 
22,860 

39,671 
16,046 
35,468 
42,380 

39,006 
34,897 
44,302 
31,722 I 



27,817 I 
41,948 
36, 7U 
24,7»« 
48,808 

26,642 
30,588 
196,948 
40,490 
22,515 



313,374 , 
27,784 
27,023 
30,456 I 
30,585 i 

30,381 
31,136 
20,776 
31,609 
33,686 

33,018 
37,431 
16,336 
39,068 
40,450, 

36,367 1 
35,536 
67,377 
30,139 
43,871 ! 

30,565 
31,453 
33,335 
21,806 
36,158 

36,496 
78,550 
30,074 
19,072 
49,774 

31,138 
19,763 
13,486 
38,318 
27,416 

17,937 
37,500 
34,633 
33,713 
36,306 

40,307 
33,057 
33,611 
36,947 
34,137 

64,031 
43,788 
44,880 
40,1(6 
32,376 

33,038 
17,323 
38,3(3 
43,244 

40,076 
23,821 
34,023 
22,306 



24,188 
32,070, 
. 34,268 
21,914 I 
38,299, 

23,600 
25,556 
132,010 
32,378 
15,719 



27,381 
32,640 
34,284 
30,364 
86,797 


25,176 
28,188 
81,188 
17,170 
03,019 


31,013 
38,134 
14,251 
31,340 
27,197 


17,788 
25,545 
14,190 
28,038 
23,838 



360,370 
23,847 
18,714 
18,683 
14,038 

29,133 
17,936 
18,177 
38,633 
31,759 

39,188 
38,333 
15,935 
31,380 
35,756 

33,038 
30,306 
46,722 
15,633 
31,001 

16,184 
30,093 
31,465 
17,364 
33,740 

35,779 
64,006 
20,363 
18,583 
44,886 

19,949 
13,364 
8,644 
18,458 
34,876 

15;447 
34,684 
31,809 
17; 061 
33,516 

37,097 
36,603 
39,303 
30,837 
30,748 

63,508 
34,674 
38,669 
33,840 
18,730 

16,833 
16,037 
36,689 
40,609 

35,116 
30,991 
34,6(6 
18,563 



22,098 
23,300 
33,034 
21,461 
32,836 

25,032 
23,881 
78,083 
26,009 
11,886 

23,901 
24,474 
30,538 
15,936 
50,361 

14,043 
22,043 
15,817 
26,197 
24,474 

216,410 
22,886 
13,570 
19,110 
8,901 

27,773 
17,057 
20,589 
39,616 
17,941 

26,115 
27,786 
15,576 
23,249 
37,011 

30,996 
39,744 
35,831 
13,015 
35,894 

16,490 
33,517 
36,534 
14,104 
39,969 

25,741 
52,230 
22,119 
20,44:; 
44,416 

30,751 

7,016 

4,945 

19,678 

33,469 

13,643 
24,308 
31,830 

13,808 
31,158 

35,071 
21,439 
34,367 
30,868 
17,493 

43,978 
37,344 
30,666 
33,463 
16,507 

10,338 
13,631 
36,(03 
36,368 

33,483 
16,633 
17,886 
15,5(6 



19,783 
33.178 
30,455 
18.838 
38,621 

23,674 
18,177 
48,090 
20,276 
6,966 

31,817 
18,568 
30,384 
12,736 
43,009 

7,781 
17,063 
17,837 
21,946 
30,438 

156,844 
16,751 
8,251 
30,157 
3,434 

35,781 
14,119 
30,452 
26,303 
12,719 

29,133 
38,873 
14,654 
15,246 

38,846 

19,162 
36,086 
12,363 
10,015 
23,735 

12,618 
24,441 
17,971 
7,712 
34,999 

28,351 
38,318 
38,585 
30,280 
45,049 



3,308 

1,766 

30,776 

21,006 

10,963 
34,419 
31,736 
7,331 
30,870 

33,074 
14,306 
18,428 
37,104 
13,968 

39,878 
37,485 
30,490 
31,761 
13,304 

4,793 
9,353 
36,660 
39,540 

32,981 
8,018 
9,157 

U,194 



-4.9 
21.6 
-4.3 
-2.7 
8.8 

-1.7 

6.9 

48.0 

-0.1 

0.3 

-4.8 
3.8 
8.3 

-1.0 
38.3 

-3.0 

-9.5 

X5 

5.0 

6.3 

7.3 
1.4 

-4.1 
3.9 

-7.0 

-3.8 
-1.5 
-5.3 
-5.3 
-11.3 

18.6 
-2.0 

35.0 
0.1 
1.5 

0.1 
19.3 
43.1 
-1.3 
60.4 

33.6 

10.5 

3.3 

-3.4 

7.5 

-14.8 

37.9 

-9.6 

-7.4 

0.9 

-4.0 

-0.7 

-17.6 

3.0 

-1.4 

-lao 

19.7 
-3.5 
-7.4 

16.8 

3.7 
6.6 
39.7 
1.8 
6.1 

44.1 
164.3 
59:0 
11.6 
-4.4 

-3.1 

-7.8 

5.0 

-6.3 

8.6 
-i3 
-3.1 
-6.3 



-1.1 
12.7 
-6.6 
-3.3 
11.7 

3.7 

0.4 

46.3 

0.9 

-7.3 

3.0 
1.8 

14.4 
0.1 

34.7 

4.9 
-7.8 
-0.5 
-5.9 
34.1 

12.5 
-9.8 
-2.6 
-6.9 
-7.9 

-7.3 

-3.1 

-8.2 

6.8 

-lai 

47.6 

8.7 

6.8 

-0.1 

18.1 

-1.1 

38.6 
25.6 
-3.3 
65.6 

18.5 

7.5 

-10.6 

-1.7 

4.6 

-10.3 

25.8 

-10.1 

-6.0 

8.1 

-4.4 

0.7 

-17.4 

11.3 

-8.3 

-13.8 

8.6 

0.6 

-7.8 

7.6 

-8.1 
XS 
18.3 
3.1 
0.3 

39.8 
50.9 
13.3 
6.1 
-11 

-4.3 

-14.8 

-4.3 

-5.9 

0.5 

1.0 

-10.1 

-1.7 



12.7 
-6.8 

-a3 

18:3 

(.» 

6.3 

41.7 

-1.0 

3.4 

-3.9 

6.3 

0.9 

-X6 

83.5 

3.6 
3.4 
9.3 
6.0 
30.8 

6.S 
-1.3 

7.8 
-1.7 

8.8 

6.7 

7.7 

-7.7 

1.3 

30.6 

1X6 

ao 

18.9 

-0.1 

8.8 

11.1 
36.1 
60.1 

3.7 
35.3 

16.0 

1.0 

-4.0 

3.9 

8.4 

7.4 

39.0 

-6.8 

-1.8 

3.9 

-6.8 
1.1 
6.3 
3.8 
0.3 

8.9 
4.9 

1.8 
7.7 
16^ > 

8.8 

IZl 

U.» 

0.7 

-0.3 

IX* 
33.8 

lao 

l&t 
-i» 

2.4 
-4.8 

0.8 
13.8 

-3.9 
0.3 
16.1 

-17 



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Tabl« 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OK EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920-Ooatiiimed. 

(A mtDui sisn (— ) denotes decrease.] 





Land 
areatn 
square 
miles: 

1920. 


— =g 

POrVLATIOH. 


COCNTr. 


19M 


in« 


MM 


18M 


1907 


Per cent of Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1900. 


1907 

to 

1910. 



OKLAHOMA. 

(Flgares tor 1907 are derived from a special census of Olc^ahoma and Indian Territory, talcen as of July 1, 1907, by order o( the Freaident.) 



Tkectktai 


19,414 1 


t,0M,tt3 


».8 


1,6(7,155 


>7M,891 


>I58,U7 


1,414,177 


<t2.4 


109.7 Ml.( 


11.1 


A4fttr> 


584 

867 
997 
1,813 
917 
931 

928 

1,289 
891 
831 
791 
790 

1,849 
664 
525 

1,096 
630 
757 

962 
998 
794 
989 
1,218 
1,061 

821 
1,112 
994 
644 
6<8 
1,033 

616 
790 
778 
767 
668 
934 

890 
1,062 

735 
1,614 

950 

739 

496 
562 
1,897 
708 
937 
419 

676 
424 
814 
734 
586 
623 

717 
697 
3,3n 
4T7 
684 
678 

1.370 

728 

783 

1.430 

1,135 

710 

633 
««3 
897 
3,065 
850 
686 

546 

426 

1,006 

1355 

1,333 


13,703 
16,263 
20,862 
14,048 
18,988 
15,876 

40,700 
84 207 
22,288 
40,247 
19,872 
32,144 

3,436 
19,389 
18,406 
26,629 
16,679 
19,160 

62,480 
18,736 
13,868 
12,434 
11,673 
37,500 

32,446 
33,943 
16 072 
15,836 
11,261 
7,623 

19,397 
28,046 
23,141 
17,664 
20,125 
84;9W 

16, en 

23,094 
13,866 
42,766 
33,406 
37,550 

12,433 
19,326 
37,906 
26,404 
12,428 
14,674 

16,829 
13,116 
61,710 
13,660 
16,809 
25,051 

116,307 
66,073 
38,536 
41,108 
19,126 
30,180 

52,570 
30,949 
46,028 
17514 
10,638 
17,605 

23,808 
26,78S 
24,692 
13,075 
33,433 
109,023 

21,371 
37,002 
33,337 
15,939 
14,««3 


23.6 
18.7 
20.9 
7.7 
2a7 
17.1 

43.9 
26.6 
26.0 
48.4 
26.1 
4a7 

1.9 
36.0 
36.1 
34.3 
36.5 
35.3 

64.9 
18.8 
17.6 
12.6 
9.6 
35.3 

39.5 
3a8 
16.3 
34.6 
30.5 
7.4 

31.6 
33.0 
288 
33.0 
30.6 
37.4 

17.6 
21.7 
18.9 
26.5 
34.8 
37.3 

35.1 
34.4 
20.0 
37.8 
13.3 
36.0 

34.9 
3a9 
76.8 
18.5 
37.1 
40.3 

162.2 
79.0 
16.0 
86.2 
32.8 
44.5 

38.4 
43.6 
68.0 
12.2 
9.4 
24.8 

37.6 
38.7 
27.5 
&8 
38.4 
186.4 

39.2 
83.5 
32.1 
1217 
11.9 


10,635 
18,138 
13,808 
* 13,631 
19,609 
17,960 

39,864 
36,686 
33,601 
25,368 
16,778 
21,863 

4,563 
18,843 
16,817 
41,489 




• 


9,115 
16,070 
12,113 
13,364 
17^768 
17,327 

27,866 
80,241 
20,110 
36,402 
14,274 
it; 340 

6,927 
18,460 
15,686 
81,738 


sai 
-10.4 

61.1 

3.1 

-3.6 

-11.6 

36.3 
-4.1 
-6.2 
58.7 
18.4 
47.0 

-24.6 

2.9 

16.4 

-36.8 






1S.6 


Alblf<i>.. 










1X9 


Atoka> 










14.0 


B«8Ter> 


3,051 


2,674 


846.8 


14.1 


2.0 


Beckham ' ... 


ID. 9 


B1M?M)> . 


10,658 




68.6 




4.S 








7.1 


Caddo< 










18.0 


<?«n<idliHii .. 


15,961 


7,158 


47.1 


123.3 


M.0 


Oarter^ 


—4.0 












17. S 


Choctaw^ 










98.1 


dmarron' 










—39^3 




16,388 


6,606 


15.0 


148.1 


2.1 


Coal> 


1.5 












ao.7 


Cotton> 












<;nie> 


17,404 

26,223 
23,231 
11,469 
14,132 
15,375 
33,060 

26,646 
30,309 
18,760 
16,449 
11,328 
8,189 

18.875 
34,040 
33,737 
17,430 
16,734 
36,999 

18,8a6 
27,526 
11,321 
29,127 
34,779 
31,740 

10,236 
16,659 
30,681 
30,961 
U,348 
11,619 

13,596 
12,744 
63,743 
14,945 
14,223 
19,996 

85,333 
21,115 
20,101 
15,713 
17,332 
33,736 

47,680 
34,331 
43,995 
10,118 
13,861 
17,736 

19,964 
35,005 
22,352 
14,249 
18;6I50 
34,995 

32,088 

17,484 

1^687 
16,502 






14,965 

18,365 
18,478 
9,876 
13,329 
13,978 
28,300 

22,787 
23,420 
17,638 
33,624 


10.1 

138.3 
-19.3 
2a9 
-12.0 
-24.1 
13.8 

33.2 

12.0 

-14.3 

-3.7 

-a 6 
-6.9 

18 

8.3 

-6.7 

1.3 

20.3 

39.3 

-16.8 

-16.1 

33.6 

46.8 

-3.9 

-13.2 

31.5 
23.4 
83.3 
28.0 
-18.5 
36.3 

23.8 
3.9 
17.0 
-9.3 
11.8 
36.3 

36.5 

leas 

81.8 

161.6 

10.4 

37.3 

las 

37.3 

5.6 

73.1 

-17.3 

-0.7 

19.3 
7.1 

11.0 
-L9 

20l3 
311.5 

-3.3 
64.4 

-11.2 

-9.3 

-11.6 






16.4 


Creeki 










43.8 


Cnsteri 


12,264 




89.4 




38.7 








l&t 


Dewey > 


8,819 




6a2 




&0 


Bills' 






lao 


Oaifleldi 


22,076 




49.7 




16.8 


Oarvin'. .... 






l&S 


Orady' 










38.4 


Orant> 


17,273 
it; 922 




8.6 
-8.3 


""wHY 


&4 


Oreer' 


6,338 


—30.4 






Harper * 






.8,089 

16,866 
19,945 
n,087 
13,439 
18,673 
24,757 

18,010 
32,247 
0,340 
34,678 
37,298 
30,711 

11,134 
13,888 
13 198 
17,976 
14,307 
13,144 

11,064 
11,048 
87,467 
14,198 
10,463 
15,596 

55,849 
14,362 
15,332 
12,827 
17,112 
32,022 

37,677 

43,373 
8,396 
13,339 
16,485 

U,687 
22,499 
30,148 
18,448 
13,869 
31,608 

19,539 
13,813 
32,007 
15,517 
14,696 






L'i 


Hnslrf 11 1 , , . 










U.9 












30i5 


Jauaont 










8S.9 


Jefferson * 










397 












-104 


Zavi 


33,530 
18,501 




19.8 
1.8 




9 1 


dmrflsber. 


8,333 


133.0 


4.6 


ttolS^:;::: ::::;....... 


23.7 


Xiatlmer> 










31 3 


liSFlorei 










18lO 


Uncoln' 


37,007 
36,563 




3i"8- 

19.6 




—6 7 


Jjtan, 


13,770 


108.0 


3;.4 


I/>ve> 


— 8kl 


UoCblni 










31.8 


UoCurtain' 











6(1.7 


Uclntosh' 










16 8 


|IaJor> 










66 


V<r<il»ll> 










—11.6 


Hayes! 










33.6 


HiDTayi 










« 7 


HnskoiEee' 










40.8 


nSmST: 

Nowato* 


14,016 




6.6 




6 8 






36.1 


Okfuskee > 










38.3 


OklntionM 


35,915 


11,742 


228.9 


130.7 


52.6 


Okmulgee' 


47 


o^S^.^:::::::::::.: 










3L1 


Ottawa! 










32.6 




12,366 
20,909 




4a2 
13.5 




L» 


Payne! 

nttsburv! 


7,216 


189.8 


7.8 
36 5 


Poatotoc' 










i.S 


Pottawatomie ' 


26,412 




65.1 




0.1 


-pmhmntiihii 1 






33.0 


Beger Hills! 


6,190 




107.8 




—2.9 


SogeraT!::..:::;::::;:;::::. .::..::: 






14. (• 


Seminole! 










ULV 












UU< 













10.4 


TN^ms! 










—13.4 


Tflhnan ! 










44.0 













u!s 












13,1 


WiaUngton' 










36.S 


Washita' 


15,001 

34,975 

7,469 




66.9 
-49.8 
132.1 




13.8 


Woods' 






13 2 


Woodward' 






18. T 











* For rates of Increase or decrease for oomUnations of new counties with those from which formed, see Table 24, p. 41. 

I Fornotesreaardlnj; changes In boundaries, etc., seep. 146. 

'Total for 1900 includes population of Kaw, Osage, Wichita, and Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indian Reservations (13,873); of Day County (3,173), part taken to 
form part of Ellis County and part annexed to Roger Mills Countr between 1900 and 1910; and of Indian Territory (392,060), returned by nations and reservations in lOia 
Total for 1890 includes population of Indian Territoiy (180,182) and 16,641 Indians in Oklahoma, spedally enumerated, not distributed by counties. 



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Tasm 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUR'ALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO W20-C!ontmued. 

|A. minus lign (— ) denotes decrease.] 





COnRT. 


Land 
area in 
square 
inUca: 

1920. 


ForuuknoK. 




IKO 


1*10 


1900 


isto 


1880 


18J0 


IBM 


16M 


Per oent of increase. 




Per 
Total. square 
mile. 


1910 
to 
1920. 


1900 
to 
1910. 


18W' 

to 

1900^ 



OREGON. 

Pn compnttng the Increase Irom 1880 to 1900 tor certain counties, the population ot Indian reservations in 1900 has been deducted from the total pomilafiwi at tbia eoonty in 
order to make It compcrat)Ie vRh' the total for 1890, which does not include the population of Indian reaerratioos. The population thus deducted for the several 
countln vaa as follows: Crook, 565; Klamath, 1,186; Folic, 152; Umatills, 1,397; Wasco, 282; Yamhill, 25a] 



The fteta*' 


9I,«>7 


783,389 


8 2 


672,7(5 


413,538 


'317,704 


174,788 


90,923 


>iS,MS 


<i3,m 


•UA 


•t-r 


30.* 






Baker > 


3,086 
688 

1,868 
821 
662 

1,628 
3,934 
1,012 
3,065 
4,991 

1,201 
4,520 
9,933 
640 
2,794 

1,779 
1637 
5,999 
7,930 
4,587 

1,008 
2,368 
9,883 
1,193 

2,025 
434 
709 
836 

1,125 
3,203 
2,007 
3,169 

2,343 
731 

1,704 
714 


17,929 
13,744 
37,698 
23,030 
13,960 

22,257 
3,424 
3,026 
9,622 

21,332 

3,960 
6,496 
3,992 
8,815 
20,406 

3,211 
7,665 

11.413 
3,991 

36,166 

6,084 
24,560 
10,907 
47,187 

5,617 

275,898 

14,181 

3,826 

8,810 
25,946 
16,636 

9,778 

13,648 
26,376 
2,791 
20^529 


5.8 
20.0 
203 
28.1 
21.1 

13.7 
1.2 
1.9 
3.1 
4.3 

3.3 
1.2 

a4 

15.4 
7.3 

1.8 
4.7 
1.9 
06 
7.9 

6.0 
10.9 

1.1 
39.6 

2.8 

685.7 

20.0 

4.6 

7.8 
8.1 
8.3 
3.1 

5.8 
36.1 

1.6 
28.8 


18,076 
10,668 
29,981 
16,106 
10,580 

17,959 
9,315 
2,044 


15,597 
6,706 
19,668 
13,765 
6,237 

10,324 
3,964 
1,868 


6,764 
8,650 
15,233 
10,016 
5,191 

8,874 
3,244 
1,709 


4,016 
6,403 
9,260 
7222 
2,042 

4,834 


2,804 
4,584 
5,093 
1,255 
863 

1,644 






-a 8 

28.9 
25.9 
43.0 
31.9 

23.9 

-63.3 

48.0 


15.9 
59.0 
52.3 
28.2 
69.6 

74.0 

135.0 

9.4 


i??1 


Benton ^....••.............,..... 


3,074 

3,466 

498 

532 

445 


814 

1,859 

462 


daofcamas^ 


29.0 




27.4 


Colnmbia. 


30.2 


Coos........... , 




10 ^ 


Oook' 




5.1 


Omry '....... 


1,208 


504 


393 




9.3 










19,674 

3,701 
5,607 
4,059 
8,016 
25,756 


14,565 

3,201 
5,948 
2,598 


11,864 

3.600 
5,080 
2,559 


9,596 


6,066 


3,203 




8.4 

7.0 
-3.0 
-1.7 

3.7 
-208 


35. 1 

15.6 

-5.7 
56.2 


22. S 


Gilliam I 




— U.l 


Orant' 


4,303 


2,251 






17 1 


Barney! 






1.5 


Hood River* 












laeksoa' 


13,698 


11,455 


8,154 


4,778 


3,736 




.88.0 


19.6 








Joaephinei 


9,567 
8.554 
4,658 
33,783 

5,687 
22,662 

8,601 
39,780 

4,357 

226,261 

13,469 

4,242 

6,286 
20,300 
16,191 

8,364 

16,336 

31,522 

2,484 

18,285 


7,51T 
3,970 
2.847 
19,604 

, 3,575 

18,603 

4,203 

37,713 

4,151 

103,167 

9,923 

3,477 

4,471 
18,049 
16,070 

5,538 

13,199 
14,467 
2,443 
13,420 


4,878 
2,444 
3604 
15,198 


2,485 


1,204 


1,623 




-20.0 

33.4 

-14.3 

7.1 

8.9 
8.3 
26.8 
18.6 

28.9 

21.9 

5.3 

-9.8 

40.6 

27.8 

2.7 

16.9 

-16.5 
22.6 
12.4 
12.3 


27.8 
115.5 
63.6 
72.3 

66.3 
21.8 
104.6 
43.5 

S.O 
119.3 
35.7 
22.0 

401 

12.5 

0.8 

61.0 

23.8 

^? 
38.3 


64.1. 


Klamath' 




16.0 


l«ke« 


2,804 
9,411 








9 3 


Imn > . . 


6,426 


4,780 




39 


T^ooin 1. . 






linn« 

Mnlh^"'!. 


16,265 
2,601 
22,934 

4,206 

74,884 

7,858 

1,792 

2,032 
13,381 
12,044 

3,661 

9,183 
11,972 


12,676 


8,717 


6,772 


994 


14.4 


MnH|ml 


14,576 


9,965 


7,088 


2,749 


20.8 
—1 8 


Morrow' 


Hutnonnh'.. 


25,203 
6,601 


11,510 
4,701 


4,160 
3.635 






Polk 


1,051 




Sherman ' 




Tillamook' 


970 
9,607 
6,650 


408 
2,916 
2,552 


95 




52.6 


Umatilla' 




24 4 


Union' 






33.4 
51.8 


WaUowa' 






Wasco' 


11,120 
7)082 


2,509 
4,261 


1,689 
2.801 




Washington 


1 W,9 


20 6 


ttlieelcf'' 






Y«mhi« , . 


10,603 


.7,945 


5,012 


3.245 It" 


23.2 






• 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

[In computing the parcentajre of increase for Warren County fh>m 1880 to 1900, the population (81) of Complanter Indian Reservation In 1900 has been deducted from the 
total popniation of tbe county in order to make it comparable with the total tor 1890, wlilch does not include the population of the Indian reservation.] 



Thettata' <t,<3t 



Adams 

Allegheny.. 
Armstrong. 

Beaver 

Bedford.... 



Berks.... 

Blair 

Bradford. 
Baoks.... 
Batter.... 



Cambria.. 
Cameron' 
Carbon... 
Centre.... 
Cheetsr... 



Cbrion,,.. 
Ciearfiefd.. 
Clinton'.. 
Columbia.. 
Ciawtard.. 



628 
725 
653 
420 
1,036 

866 
535 
1,145 
608 
780 

717 

392 

406 

1,146 

777 

601 
1,142 

878 

479 

1,068 



8,720,017 


194.6 


.34,583 

1,185,808 

75,568 

111,621 

38,jn 


65.5 

1,635.6 

115.7 

360.3 

37.3 


200,864 

128,334 

53,166 

82,476 

77,270 


232.3 
2399 

46.4 
135.7 

97.8 


197,839 
6,297 
62,565 
44,304 

lli;i20 


2759 
16.1 
154.1 

it.; 


10,170 
108,236 
33,655 
48,349 
60,667 


6a3 

90.4 
38.3 
100.9 
58.4 



7,(U,UI 



84,310 
1,018,463 
67,880 
78,353 
38,879 

183,223 
108,868 
54,526 
76,580 
73,689 

166,131 

43,434 
109,213 

M,6S8 
93,7(8 
31,645 
48,467 
61,5(6 



(,3M,116 '>S,258,U3 I 4,282,891 



34,496 
775,068 
52,551 
56,432 
39,468 

150,616 



71,190 
56,9(3 

104,837 

T,048 

44,510 

42,894 

95,695 

84,383 
80,614 
29,197 
39,896 
63,643 



33,486 
551,959 
46,747 
60,077 
38,644 

137,327 
70,866 
59,233 
70,615 
56,339 

M,S75 

38;^ 

43,369 
88,377 

36,802 
69,566 
28,685 
36,832 
65,334 



32,455 
355,869 
47,641 
39,605 
34,929 

122, »7 
53,740 
58,541 
68,656 
52,636 

46,811 
- 5,159 
31,033 
37,933 
83,481 

40,338 
43,408 
36,278 
33,409 
68,607 



3,621,(61 

30,316 
262,204 
43,883 
36.148 
29,935 

106,701 
38,051 
53,204 
64,336 
36,510 

36,569 
4,273 
28,144 
34,418 
77,805 

26,637 
26,741 
23,311 
38,766 
63,833 



l.90(,2U 2,3n,7K 



»,a06 
178,831 
85,797 

g;^ 

93,818 
27,828 
48,734 
63,578 
3S,5»i 

29,155 



21,033 
37,000 
74,578 

is! 759 
1?723 
2iC0«6 
48,765 



25,.981 
138,290 
29,560 
26,688 
23,053 

77,129 
21,777 
42,831 
56,091 
30,346 

17,773 



15,686 
33,355 
(6,438 

13,565 
12,686 
11,307 
17,710 
37,849 



1! «.. 


21. ( 


0.8 


-0.5 


16.4 


31.4 


11.3 


29.2 


43.6 


38.8 


-1.6 


-1.6 


9.6 


14.8 


17.0 


27.9 


-2.6 


-8.2 


7.8 


7.6 


6.3 


37.6 


19.1 


58.5 


-17.6 


8.5 


18.4 


18.7 


2.0 


1.3 


5.4 


.14.1 


-1.8 


6.9 


10.1 


16.3 


6.4 


8.0 


-0.2 


31.6 


-1.5 


-3.3 



19.9 



-6.8 

15.9 

1.8 

8.S 

-2.6 



* Ferrates of increase or decrease for combinations of new counties with those from which formed, see Table 24, p. 41. 
'For notes regarding chawes in boundories, etc, see pp. 146, U& 

> Total for 1890 includes p<q>u]ation (3,(87) of Indian reservations, ■pedally enumtrated, not dlstiibated by coontles. Total for 1860 Includes population (1,210) 
of TJnupqua Coun^, annexed to Douglas County in 1863. Total for 1850 Includes population (l ,201 ) ot Olarke and Lewis Omntlse, taken to form part of the territory of 

'Total for 1890 includes population (99) of Complanter Indian Reservation, in Wamn Onmty, specially enumerated, not included in the population reported tot 
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Tabm 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920— Oontmued. 

[A ndnas sign (— } deootes decretw.] 





Und 
area in 
square 
mUM.- 

1920. 


rOPOLATION. 


OOOXTY. 


1930 


1*10 


1900 


1890 


1880 


1870 


18M 


18M 


Percent of increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
Tnilfl. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



PENNSITLVANIA— Continued. 





528 
522 
185 
806 

781 

796 
424 
731 
4» 
574 

918 
829 
686 
392 
451 

941 

360 
344 
892 

987 
700 
398 
623 

484 

130 
373 
454 
564 

128 
544 

1,071 
777 
311 

1,034 
458 
824 

1,142 

306 
661 
902 
862 

739 

1,039 

397 

903 


58,578 
1 153,116 
178,084 
34,981 
153,536 

188,104 

7,477 

62,275 

9,617 

30,804 

89,848 
80,910 
62,104 
14,464 
286,311 

173,797 
85,545 
63,153 
148,101 
390,991 

83,100 
48,934 
93,788 
31,439 
34:296 

199,310 
14,080 
153,506 
122,079 
22,875 

1,823,779 

6 818 

21,080 

217,754 

17,129 

82, m 
9,520 
34 763 
37,118 

15,860 

50,184 
40,024 
188,902 

27,435 
373.668 

14,101 
144,521 


110.9 
203.3 
935.6 
43.4 
196.6 

336.3 
17.6 
83.9 
33.9 
53.7 

43.4 
97.6 
93.2 
36.9 
634.8 

184.7 
237.6 
175.4 
430.6 
438.3 

68.1 
49.6 
13>.0 
79.0 
39.0 

411.8 
108.3 
413.7 
368.-9 
40.6 

14,348.3 

12.5 

19.7 

280.3 

65.1 

79.4 
20.8 
42.3 
33.6 

53.0 
89.5 
44.4 

219.2 

37.1 
283.3 

35.5 
16a 


64,479 
136,152 
117,906 

35,871 
m,617 

167,449 
9,436 

59, 776 
9,703 

28,882 

38,304 
66,210 
63,090 
15,013 
259,570 

167,029 

70,032 

50,565 

118,832 

343,186 

80,813 
47,8li8 

T^m 

27,785 
22,941 

169,500 
14,868 
127,667 
111,420 
21,136 

1,S40.C08 
8,033 

29, 7-29 

207,894 

16,800 

67,717 
11,293 
87^746 
42,829 

. U.249 
66 359 
39,573 
143, 8S0 

29,236 
231,304 

16^509 
136,405 


50,344 
114,443 
94,762 
32,903 
98,473 

110,412 
11,039 
64,902 
9,924 
28,281 

34,650 
42,556 
59,113 
16,054 
193,831 

159,341 
57,042 
53,827 
93,893 

357,131 

7.%64S 
51,343 
57,3S7 
33, lU) 
21,161 

138,995 
13,526 
99,687 
90,911 
26,263 

1,293,697 

8,766 

30,621 

172,927 

17,304 

49,461 
12,134 
40,043 
49,086 

17,502 
49,648 
38,946 
92,181 

30,171 
180,175 

17,152 
116,413 


47,271 
96,977 
74,683 
22,239 
86,074 

80,006 
S,4S2 
61,433 
10,137 
38,936 

85,751 
43,175 
44,005 
16,656 
142,088 

149,095 
37,617 
48, m 
76,631 

201,203 

70,579 
46,863 
65,7M 
19,996 
20,111 

123,290 
15,645 
84,230 
74,698 
26,276 

1,046,964 
9,412 

22,778 

154,163 

17,651 

37,317 
11,620 
40,093 
52,3U 

17,820 
46,640 
37,585 
71,155 

31,010 
113,819 
15.891 
99,489 


46,9n 
76,148 
56,101 
13,800 
74,688 

58,843 
4,885 
49,855 
10,149 
38,273 

33,954 
40,527 
27,936 
18,227 
89,269 

139,447 
33,313 
38,476 
65,969 

133,065 

67,486 
42,563 
56,161 
19,577 
20,175 

96,494 
15,468 
70,312 
■ 53,123 
27,522 

847,170 
9,663 

13,797 
129,074 

17,767 

88, UO 

8,073 

40,354 

45,814 

16,906 
43,670 
27,981 
56,418 

33,513 
78,036 
15,598 
87,841 


43,913 
60,740 
39,403 
8,488 
65,973 

43,284 
4,010 

46,365 
9,360 

25,887 

31,351 
36,138 
21,656 
17,390 


40,098 
46,766 
30,597 
5,915 
49,433 

99,909 

898 

43,126 

9,131 

24,343 

28,100 

33,687 

. 18,370 

' 16,986 


84,337 
35,754 
34,679 
3531 
38,742 

80,112 

■""■i9,'i64" 

7^667 
23; 136 

24,786 
27,170 
13,518 
13,038 


1 7.5 

1X5 

46.8 

-X8 

3X9 

IXS 

-2a 8 
4.2 

-a 9 

6.7 

4.0 
3X2 
-1.6 

-X7 

ia3 

4.1 
2X3 

6.0 
34.6 
1X9 

X8 
X3 
30.7 
1X3 
5.9 

17.5 
-5.3 

30.3 

X6 

-6.2 

17.7 

-15.1 

-29.1 

4.7 

XO 

21.3 

-15.7 

-7.9 

-1X3 

-X6 

5.0 

I.l 

31.5 

-6.2 

1X3 

-9.1 

X9 


X3 

19.0 
24.4 
9.0 
17.3 

61.7 

-14.8 

X9 

-X2 

XI 

10.5 
65.6 
X7 
-X5 
33.9 

4.9 
2X8 

ia7 

26.6 
33.5 

X8 
-X8 
35.4 
30.0 

X4 

2X0 

-4.S 

28.1 

22.6 

-XI 

1X7 
-X4 
-X9 

2a2 
-X9 

36.9 

-6.9 

-X7 

-1X7 

-7.6 

13.5 

1.6 

65.9 

-XI 
44.4 

-9.6 
17.2 


6.5 




1X0 




26.9 


Elk> 


48.0 


Brte 


Hi 


yMQtle 


88.0 


Forest' 


80.1 


Tnuiklla 


X7 


Fulton 


-XI 


OrMZM) 


-XI 




-XI 




09 




34.1 


JunfatA ,., ,,-T 


-X» 




36.4 




121,340 
27,298 
34,096 
66,796 

160,915 

. 47,626 

8,825 

49,9n 

17,508 

18,362 

81,912 
15,344 
61,432 
41,444 
25,447 

674,003 
8,436 

11,285 
116,428 

15,606 

28,226 
6,191 
37,523 
35,097 

15,565 
47,935 
33,897 
48,483 

33,188 
58,719 
14,685 
76,134 


116,314 
22,999 
31,831 
43,753 
90,244 

37,399 
8,859 
36,856 
16,340 
16,768 

70,500 
13,063 
47,904 
28,922 
22,793 

565,639 
7,156 

11.470 
89,510 
15,035 

26,778 

8,637 

36,267 

31,044 

14,145 
26,043 
19,190 
46,806 

32,380 
58,736 
12,540 
68,300 


98, 9U 
21,079 
26,071 
33,479 
56,073 

36,257 
.S254 
33,172 
14,980 
13,270 

58,291 
13,239 
40,235 
23.272 
»,068 

403,763 

5,881 

0,048 

60,713 




0.8 


LBwronco........* 


53.0 


LohsDon . 


11.8 


L«high 


2X6 


liQSVnA *. . i T . . 


27.8 




7.3 


McKounT 


X6 


Morcor................. - 


X9 


MlflUn 


15.8 




5.2 




1X7 


IfontouT— .-•• 


-0.8 


Northamnton 


1X4 




21.7 




C) 


PhlladAlphlai 


23.6 


pSml?:,:.„..:::;;;:::::.:.:::" 


-X9 


Potter> 


34.4 


Schnylkfll 


1X2 




-XO 


Somerset 


24,416 

3,694 

38,688 

33,987 

36,083 
18,810 
13,6n 
44,939 

31,890 
51,736 
10,696 
57^450 


3XS 


8aUl\-an. 


4.4 




-0.1 


TlOM 


-6.% 


T*nion» 


-1.3 




6.4 




3.4 


WfwhlPKton 


29.6 


Wayne 


-X7 


Wesiinoreluid 


4X0 




7.9 


ra^!vTZ'^'^'y^v^l" '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


17.0 







RHODE ISLAND. 



The state 


1,0(7 


904,397 


5<X« 


542,610 


• «8S,65« 


345, 509 


> 276, 631 


«17,8»8 


171,00 


147, MS 


11.4 


t(.i 


M.0 






• Bristol 


24 
174 
114 
430 
325 


23,113 
38,369 
42 893 
475; 190 
34,932 


963.0 

219.9 

376.3 

1,105.1 

76.7 


36;3a 

39,335 
424,353 
24,942 


13,144 
29,976 

24,154 


11,428 
26,764 
28,652 
255,123 
23,649 


11,394 
20,588 
24,180 
197,874 
22,495 


9,431 
18,505 
20,050 
149,190 
20,097 


8,907 

17,308 

21,896 

107^799 

18,714 


8,614 
15,068 
20,007 
87,521 
16,430 


31.3 
X2 
9.0 

1X0 

(•) 


3X9 
21.4 
2X7 
39.1 
X3 


15.0 


Kent 


1X0 


NevnMTt 


14.3 




3X8 


Wtuihlngton , 


XI 







SOUTH CAROUCNA. 



The state! 


30,496 


1,(83,724 


56.2 


1,616,400 


1,340,316 


1,161,149 


915,577 


7tC,(0( 


70S, 709 


6(8,607 


•11.1 


U.1 


U.< 


AbbevUle' 


610 
1,100 
436 
758 
375 


27,139 
46,574 
16,008 
76,349 
20,962 


63.2 
41.4 
S7.0 
10X7 
55.9 


34,804 
41,849 


33,400 
38,032 


46,864 
31,822 


40,815 
28,112 


31,129 


32,386 


32,318 


-22.0 
X9 


4.2 
7.2 


-28.7 


Atk<)n>,, 


22.7 


Allendale' 












69,568 
18,544 


55,728 
17,296 


43,098 


33,612 


34,049 


22,873 


31,476 


X7 
U.0 


34.8 
7.8 


37. • 


Bamberg' 





* For rates of increase or decrease for combinations of nev counties with those Irom wiiich formed, see Table 24, p. 41. 
'For notes reearding changes In boundades, eto., seep. 140. 
> Decrease of less than oae4flnth of 1 ner cent. 



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Tabm 49.— abba and POPULATION OF OOUNTIBS OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO 1»«)-Ooiitmtted. 

(A mlnas 9l(n (—) denoMs decrease.] 



■ ■ - = 


Land 
area in 
iqaan 
miles: 

1920. 










POrVLATIOK. 








OOUXTT. 


19(0 


19M 


19M 


1890 


1880 


1870 


18«0 


18M 


Per cent of Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1010 

to 

1930. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1800 
to 
1900. 



SOUTH CAKOUNA— Continued. 



Bamwellt 

Beaufort'.... 
Beikeleyi.... 

Cilbaan' 

Charlest<m>.-. 

Chenkeei 

Cberter 

Chesterfield... 
Claiendon*... 
OoUetoai 

Doicbesteri.. 
XdgefleMt... 
Falifleld'.... 

Tlonnoei 

Oeocgetown.. 

OreenvUle 

Oieenwood ■.. 
Hampton'... 

Bonr 

Jmpa^ 

Kershaw > 

Xaocaster 

Iiaurens 

leoi 

Lexington'.. 
McCormicki. 
Kailim' 

Marl boro. 

Newbeiij' '... 

Ooooee 

Orangeburg'. 

Ptclcens 

Richland'... 

&hida> 

Spartanburg' 

Sumter • 

Unlin' 

WUIlamsbnrg 
York' 



822 
702 



391 



873 
892 
837 
704 
1,136 

eos 

471 
«13 
824 
70S 

too 

sx 

781 
473 
813 

1,188 

too 

873 
818 

ego 

407 
779 
379 



819 

601 

6S0 

1,131 

829 
761 
438 

766 

874 
492 
937 
661 



23,081 
22,369 
22,888 
18,384 
108,480 

37,870 
33,389 
31,969 
34,878 
39,807 

39,126 
28.278 
19,489 
»,938 
2^189 

80,406 
31,716 
88,498 
38,791 
19,880 

32,077 
9,868 
29,308 
28,628 
42,860 

2^827 
38,876 
16,444 
23,731 

33,180 
38,863 
30,117 
64,907 

28,329 
78,123 
32,088 
94,285 

43,040 
30,373 
38,639 
80,886 



44.3 
31.7 
18.3 
47.0 
132.1 

73.9 
86.4 

38.3 
49.8 
36t6 

64.7 
83.7 
31.7 

46.7 
88.8 

73.1 
36.3 
U6.3 
76.7 
38.1 

37.7 
16.6 
43.7 
86.6 
61.7 

68.9 
46.8 
43.4 
44.8 

83.9 

80.1 
46.3 
67.4 

63.6 
104.0 

60.8 
123.3 

76.0 
61.7 
41.8 
77.8 



34,209 
30,366 
33,487 
16,634 
88,894 

38,179 
29,426 
28,301 
32,188 
36,390 

36,037 
^618 
1^891 
28,281 
29,442 

38,671 
22,270 
68,377 
84,228 
26,126 

36,908 



37,094 
36,660 
41,880 

26,318 
32,040 



20,606 

31,188 
34.886 
27,337 
86,893 

26,422 
86,143 
20,943 
83,468 

38,472 
29,911 
37,626 
47,7U 



35,804 
36,496 
30,484 



88,006 

21,339 
28,6.6 
20,401 
28,184 
33,462 

32,388 



16,294 
26,478 
29,426 

28,474 
22,846 
83,490 
28,343 
23,738 

23,364 



24,606 
24,311 
37,383 



27,264 



36,181 

27,630 
30,182 
23,634 
89,663 

19,378 
46,689 
18,966 
66,660 

61,237 
36.601 
81,688 
41,684 



44,613 
84,119 
85,428 



89,903 



28,660 
18,468 
33,233 
40,383 

29,134 



49,289 
28,699 

26,027 
20,887 
44,310 



20,844 
19,386 



32,861 
20,761 
31,610 



22,181 

"29,'976 

23,600 
26,434 
18,687 
49,893 

16,389 
36,821 



86,388 

43,606 
26,363 
27,777 
88,821 



39,887 
30,176 



102,800 



24,153 
16,346 
19,190 
36,386 

34,488 



46,844 
27,768 



19,613 
87,496 



18,741 
16,874 



31,638 
16,903 
29,444 



18,864 

20,608 
26,407 
16,266 
41,395 

14,389 
28,873 



40,409 

87,037 
24,060 
24,110 
30,713 



36,724 
84,360 



U,806 
10,684 
14,038 
38,410 

36,343 



43,486 
19,888 



16,161 
33,363 



10,721 



11,784 
12,087 
22,636 



13,988 

"22,'ieo' 

11,814 
20,778 
10,830 
16,868 

10,269 
23,028 



25,784 

25,268 
19,248 
18,489 
24,286 



30,743 
40,063 



70,100 



18,133 
11,834 
13,008 
41,916 

20,861 



89,887 
33,111 



21,306 
21,892 



7,962 



13,086 
11,797 
33,888 



16,879 

'n'.iiii 

12,434 
20,879 



24,886 

19,639 
18,307 



26,919 



19,636 
16,489 
21.602 



28,608 
38,806 



72,806 



18,038 
10,790 



30,606 
16,830 



89,262 
21,404 



20,647 
20,186 



7,646 



14,473 
10,988 
23,407 



12,980 

'i7,"407 

10,780 
20,143 



23,882 

16,904 
20,243 



26,400 

33,220 
19,852 
•12,447 
19,433 



-32.8 

-26.8 

-4.0 

10.8 

22.4 

6.3 
13.6 
21.6 

8.4 
-16.6 

8.8 

11.8 

8.8 

-16.4 

-7.8 

41.8 

-2.8 

29.4 

4.8 

-23.3 

18.8 



8.8 
7.4 
3.4 

6.0 
1L8 



18.3 

6.4 

2.8 
10.2 
16.1 

1L4 

41.7 

8.6 

12.0 

11.9 
1.8 
2.4 
6.9 



-3.6 
-14.6 
-22.9 



0.7 

22.6 

2.8 

28.9 

14.2 

8.8 

U.3 



9.8 
U.0 
0.1 

28.8 
-2.8 
27.8 
30.8 
6.8 

18.6 



0.7 
9.8 
U.1 



17.6 

13.8 
14.6 
18.7 
-6.3 

81.2 
21.0 
10.4 
27.3 

-24.9 
17.3 
18.8 
14.8 



-20.4 

4.0 

-48.1 



46.0 



7.S 

10.6 

21.8 

-17.0 

U.t 



-48.3 
3.9 

13.8 
9.8 

ao.7 



16.8 
2LS 



10.4 
17.1 
18.8 



22.9 



17.4 

17.6 
14.2 
26.6 
20.8 

18.3 
28.8 



18.4 

17.8 
0.6 

14.1 
7.8 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Iln computing the percentage of Increase for B uSalo and Lyman Counties from 1890 to 1900, the populaUon of Indian reservations in 1900 has been deducted from the total 
population of the county in order to m-ike it comparable with the total tor 1S90, which does not include the population of Indian reserrations. The deductions 
thus mads are as follows: Buffalo, 1,123; Lyman, 517.] 



The «tet«i 


76,868 


636,847 


8.3 


1883,883 


> 401,676 


■ 848,608 


•98,168 


« 11,776 






•9.0 


46.4 


118 












719 
1,250 

878 
791 

1,780 
837 
479 

3,289 
774 

1,134 
974 
408 
701 

2,826 

1,878 
432 

632 
1.907 


7,246 
19,273 

1,924 
11,940 
16,119 

39,609 
7141 
1,716 
6,819 
6,306 

16,286 
11,136 

9664 
16,649 

71249 

3,907 
14,139 
18,194 
8,759 
4;803 


lai 

16.4 

1.6 

30.8 

3a4 

16.9 
8.6 
3.6 
8.0 
6.9 

14.3 
11.4 
34.0 
33.6 
2.9 

2.6 
82.7 
14.8 
13.9 

%6 


6,143 
18.776 

11,061 
14,178 

25,867 
6461 
1689 
4^993 
6,244 

14,899 
10,901 

8,711 
14,003 

2,929 

4,458 
H,62S 
14,372 
7^768 
i;i48 


4,011 
8,081 


8,048 
9,886 


69 
1,290 








180 
22.2 

9.9 
13.7 

14.1 

10.7 
7.9 

36.6 
1.2 

9.1 
2.2 
10.8 
17.4 
147.6 

-12:4 

21.6 

8.7 

12.8 

819.4 


83.2 
98.2 


—20.5 


BmtUo' > ... 








—16.7 


Bennett - - 












16,379 
12;661 

18,386 
6401 
1,790 
3,907 
4,827 

8,488 
6942 
9,316 
8,770 


9,067 
10,132 

6,737 

993 

1,037 

3,810 

4,178 
6,728 
7,609 
7,037 


8,468 
, 4,968 

883 

338 
63 


608 
163 






6.6 
12.9 

69.2 
19.4 
-11.2 
71.8 
16.8 

75.3 
57.0 
-6.6 
6a7 


146 








24.0 








-9.3 










-19.8 


Bollalo' 


246 




.... 


-32.8 


Butte' 






180.3 


Camnbdl' 


• 80 

407 

114 

6,001 

2,166 








29.0 


Cbtflealllz' 


182 






108.4 


datt' 






3.3 


day 


2,621 






24.1 








24.6 


Cocaon' - ........ ......... 


' 








Oostar' 


3,728 
7^483 
12,364 
6,666 


4,891 
6449 
9 168 
4,674 


996 

97 

2,302 

46 








63.4 
65.4 
17.3 
16.7 


-44.3 


Davison' 








37.3 


Bar' 








33.7 


DSort':::::::::::::::::::::::::: 


37 






48.5 


Sswmt 




...... . 





*Foriat«aotlncfmseordacreaa«(oreomblnatiaasof new counties with those from which formed, see Table 24, p. 41. 

I rornoHa regarding ehamgas in boundaries, etc., sae p. 146. 

'TotalibtdndapopalatiaaastoDows: Of Dtadbu County (363 in 1910; retnmod as port of Cheyenne Rivar Indian Keservatlonin 1900; OOia 1890),tal:ea to form 
MrtofSaebMliCountyslncef910;o(Annstrongand8dmaaseCa(mtias(939inl910; 81nigO0; 34 in 1890), taken to form nsrt of Ziebach County since 1910; of Pine Ridge 
BtUan Btsarrattan (6,607 in 1910; 6,827 in 19S0), not returned by coontlas; of Chayenne River Indian Reservation (2,357 in 1900). Rosebud Indian Reservation <i;m\ 
in 1900), and part of Standing Rock Indian B«ervatiaa (1,688 in 1900), not returned by counties; of Indian reservations (19,792 in 1800) specially enumerated, not 
distrlhutad by oounttes: of Cnoteao, DeUna Ewlng, Harding (old), laoksan (old), Martin. NowUn. Pratt. Fresho, Soobay, and Ziebacb (old) Counties (1,163 in 1890) 
«miffT^ to oOier oanntw between 1808and 1900; ofBoreman (834m 1880) and Veya (118 In 1880), located witUn limits of Rosebud Indian R«servati(m; of old Todd 
Coonty (188 in 1800: 203 in 1880: 337 in 1870), annexed to Oregory County between 1800 and 1900; of Fort Staseton (134 in 1880), abandoned in 1888: of Sl<netnn and 
Wafapeton Indian Reservation (73 in 1880), not reported separately at subsequent censuses; of Jayne (bounty (6 in 1870), annexed to other counties between 1870 and 
1880: and of unonpaniied territory (113 in 1880; 809 In 1870). 

• Per oeot notsbown where base is less than 100. 



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Table 49.— ABEA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO WaO—Oantinued. 

[A minos sign (— } denotes decrease.) 





Land 
area In 
square 
mllm: 

1920. 


POPULATION. 


COITKTT. 


I«ZO 


IMO 


liWO 


18M 


1880 


1870 


1860 


1880 


Per cent or Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued. 



TENNESSEE. 



Douglas^... 


438 
1,188 

1,758 

1,018 

691 

1,032 
1,819 

520 
1,426 

432 

2,682 
789 
817 
866 
816 

631 
982 
,814 
582 

797 

874 
1,843 

573 
1,157 

889 

3,491 

1,308 

868 

816 
527 

2,792 
2,914 

898 
1,111 

576 

964 
1,511 
1,521 
1,068 
1,397 

1,629 
617 
452 
742 

1,071 

1,157 

623 

2,504 


1 

6,003 
8,338 
6,985 
6,442 
10,880 

12,700 
4,598 
8,054 
8,778 
6,202 

3,953 
S,711 
13,478 
3,318 
2,472 

! 6,338 
3004 
12,802 
12,257 
13,029 

13,893 
6,591 
9,990 
r,706 
9,696 

9,367 
3,850 
8,660 
42,490 
9,742 

12,720 
7,993 
4,382 

16,614 
7,8n 

2,008 
15,768 
2908 
2,831 
21784 

11,970 
14, gn 
11,099 
81447 

1,166 
1,821 
16,233 
3,718 


18.1 
7.2 
4.0 
8.8 

18.7 

12.3 
2.8 

16.8 
6.3 

14.4 

1.8 
7.8 
16.8 
3.8 
3.0 

11.9 
3.1 
18.7 
21.8 
16.3 

24.2 
4.0 

17.4 
6.7 

ia8 

2.7 
3.0 
16.1 
62.1 
18.6 

4.8 
2.7 
4.9 
14.9 

13.7 

2.1 

ia4 

1.9 
2.7 
2.0 

.7.3 
24.1 
24.6 
11.4 

1.1 

1.3 

29.1 

1.6 


8,400 
7^684 
7,763 
8,716 
10,303 

13,061 


8,013 
4016 
3,641 
3,647 
0,103 

3,311 


4,600 
4399 
^478 
4,083 
8,814 

296 


8 








9.3 
8.9 

-lao 

-4.1 
6.8 

-2.8 


27.7 
56.7 
110.2 
88.3 
13.2 

49a7 


4 








PaURlTcr' 








Fanl1c> 


3,010 








Orant> 








33.8. 


Oneorj' 

Haikim > 






840.8 










7,475 
7,870 
6,237 

4,228 

8,2n 

12,310 

3,307 


5.048 
4,826 
4,947 


4,638 
(^846 
4,287 


1,30? 






7.7 
11.6 

-as 

-8.8 

-8.0 

0.4 

a3 


25.7 
73.9 
26.1 

"'nUi' 

3.6 

m.6 


28.6 


np^d 1 


1 




-3a 




1 




1S.0- 




1 






Bogheai 


3,684 
11,807 
i;492 


6,044 
1,800 


388 








'-wro- 




37 






13.8 


BTde> 






-19.8: 


Jaoksoni 


1 






Tvanld' , 


8,120 


2,708 


3,805 









33.8 


83.0 


-23.4. 


Jones'.... .,,.-. 










Kingsbury' 

Lake'..... 


12,680 
10,711 
19,604 

12,712 
10,848 
9,589 
6,791 
8,021 

12,640 
1,700 
7,661 

29,631 
8,896 

12,463 
11,348 
.4,408 
14,897 
6,607 

(•) 

15,981 
14,976 
2,462 
2,164 

8,323 
13,840 
10,676 

6,488 

1»,136 


0,806 
9,137 
17,897 

12,161 
2,632 
8,689 
6,327 
5,942 

4,907 


8,'S83 
7^608 
11,873 

9,143 
233 

6,448 
6,040 
4,544 

4,640 


1,103 
2,657 
13,248 

5,896 

124 

1.283 






1.9 

14.4 

-33.8 

9.3 
-39.2 

4.2 
13.6 
19.6 

-25.9 
126.5 
-11.7 
43.4 
12.0 


27.8 
17.2 
10 

4.5 

312.2 

10.4 

• 7.3 

35.0 

157.6 


21.7' 








Lawrenoe' 








63.8- 


T Jnooln ' , 


712 






33. 0< 








8W:7 


IbCook' 








34.8- 


McPheraon' 








8.5- 


UanbalU 








30. S: 


Meade' 











6.8- 


HeUatte' 












Uincr' 


5,804 
23,928 
8,326 

5,610 


5,165 

21,879 

5,941 

8,640 


363 
8,251 
3,915 

2,244 








sa6 

23.8 
4.4 

122.0 


13.6 


Uimiehalia' 


368 






9.4> 


Moody" 






4ai 


Pennington '............. 






! 


2.1 


-14.3 


Perkins' 








-29.8 
-1.9 
10.9 
19.2 




Potter' 


2,988 
12,216 
41464 

(») 

9,487 
1,341 
1,715 


2,910 
1,997 
4,610 

(») 

10,681 
1,028 
2,412 


w 








48.5 
21.9 
48.0 


i*7 


Roberts' 






1 


811.7 






1 


—3.3 


Shannon ' 


i 


: ! 






Spink' 


477" 

793 
296 






-1.3 

-8a 6 

13.0 

28.7 

43.8 


68.6 

1,016.7 

43.6 


— las 




j 


3a4 


nt::::;;::;::::;::::::::: 




1 


—28.0 




1 




Tripp' 

Turner '...... 








1 






13,178 
11,163 
3,839 


10,266 
9,130 
2,163 

^'^40 
10,444 


5,320 




■ 1 


7.4 
4.0 
3a2 


6.0 
-43 
69.0 


28.6 


Ijnion' 


6,813 
46 


3,607 






22.3 


Walworth' 






78.t- 


Washabaugh ' 






1 




Washington'.............. 


' 













Yankton 


8,390 




2,097 






18.0 


3.8 


21.1 


Ziebach' 




, 






1 
















The state' 41,887 



Anderson' 
Bedford >.. 

Benton 

Bledsoe'.. 
Blount'... 

Bradley'.. 
Campbell' 
Cannon... 

Carroll 

Carter'... 



Cheatham'. 
Chester'... 
Claiborne'. 

aay' 

Cocke 



Coffee' 

Crockett' 

Cumberland'.. 

DavldSbn' 

Decatur 



342 
514 
456 
391 
571 

336 
459 
268 
619 
353 

314 
313 
488 
254 
427 

443 
267 
665 
611 



2,337,888 

18,298 
21,737 
13,046 
7,218 
28,800 

18,852 
28,265 
10,241 
24,361 
2r,488 

10,039 
9,669 

23,286 
9,193 

20,782 

17,344 
17,438 
10,094 
167,816 
10,196 



68.1 •2,184,789 !<2,020,eie 



53.5 
42.3 
26.4 
18.6 
80.4 

65.6 
61.6 
38.2 

39.4 
60.9 

32.0 
30.9 
49.8 
36.2 
48.7 

39.2 
65.3 
18.4 
328-4 
38.4 



17,717 
28,667 
12,453 
6,329 
20,809 

16,336 
27,387 
10,826 
23,971 
19,838 

10,640 
0,090 

23,604 
9,009 

19,399 

15,625 

16,078 

9,SZ7 

149,478 

io,oee 



17,634 
23,845 
11,888 
6,626 
19,206 

15,769 
17,317 
12,121 
34,260 
18,688 

10,112 
9,896 
20,696 

8,421 
19,153 

16,674 
16,867 
8,311 
122,815 
10,430 



n, 767, 618 n, 648,389 



15,128 
24,739 
11,230 

6,134 
17,689 

13,607 
13,486 
12,197 
23,630 
13,388 

8,846 
9,069 
16,103 

7,260 
16,523 

13,837 
15:146 

6,376 
108,174 

8,998 



10,820 
26,025 
9,780 
6,617 
15,985 

12,124 
10,005 
11,869 
22,103 
10,019 

7,956 



13,373 
6,987 
14,808 

12,894 
14,109 

4,638 
79,028 

8,498 



1,268,610 

8,704 
24,333 
8,334 
4,870 
14,337 

11,653 
7 445 
10,503 
19,447 
7,909 

6,878 



9,821 

'ii.'iis' 

10,237 



3,461 
63,897 
7,773 



1,IM,I«1 I 1,008,717 



7,068 
21,684 
8,463 
4,469 
13,270 

11,701 
8,712 
9,600 

17,437 
7,124 

7,368 



0,843 

"iojios' 

9,680 



8,460 

47,068 

6,278 



8,938 

31,511 

6,815 

6,969 

13,424 

12,269 
6,068 
8,982 

16,067 
8,296 



9,869 



8,800 
8,361 



6,008 



7.0 I 

TF 
-4.1 
-3.3 
14.0 
38.4 

14.2 

3.2 : 

-6.4 i 
1.6 

8.3 I 

-4.8 

6.4 I 
-0.9 

2.0 

7.1 I 

11.0 
8.6 I 

&2l 

13.3 j 

1.0 I 



8.1 

-».9 
4.7 

-4.8 
8.3 

3.7 

68.2 

-10.7 

-1.2 

18.9 

4.2 
-8.1 
13.8 
7.0 
1.3 

a3 

1.3 
U.2 

a.7 

-3.8 



18. » 

18.6 
-3.8 
6.0' 
8.0> 
0.2: 

16.8 
28.4 

-av 

2.6- 
24.6- 

14.S- 
0.1 
n.O' 
16.0 
15.0 

12.6' 
4.8 
54.6 
18.8' 
18.1 



' For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see pp. MS, 147. 
> No population reported. 
' Not returned separately. 

• State totals Indnde population (5,210 in 1910; 6,407 in 1000; 4,903 in 1890; 6,187 in 1880) ot James County, aimezed to Hamilton County in 1910. Island No. SE 
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Ii99: 



Tabw 49.— AHEA and population OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850^ TO, I»80-0ontmue<i. 

(A minus sign (— ) denotes deereue.] 





LUHl 

area in 

square 

mUes: 

1020.. 


1 








FOPULAnoN. 








coomi. 


IMO 


1>10 


1900 


18S0 


1880 


1870 


18*0 


ISM 


Per cent of Increase. 




Total. 

1 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1»10 

to 

1920. 


190O 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



TKNNESSEE-Oontinued. 



DeKalb... 
Dickioai. 

D>»T> 

Payette... 
Pentress'. 



Pranklini. 
Olbson>.... 

Olles" 

Qrainger'.. 
Oreene...., 



Onmdy ' 

Hamblen ^. . 
Hamilton'.. 
Banoock'... 
Hardeman'. 



Hardin 

Hb«kins>... 
Haywood'.. 
Henderson'. 
Htoy , 



Hickman ' . . . 
Houston'.... 
Homphieys' 

Jackson' 

Jefferson' 



Jofanson. . . . . . 

Knox' 

Lake' 

Lauderdale'. 
Lawrence.... 



Lewis'.... 
Lincoln'.. 
Loudon'.. 
licJUnn'. 
lIcNairy'. 

I&wxmi... 
Madison'. 
Uarion'... 
Uarsball'. 
Uaury 



Ueigs.. 

Monroe' 

Montgomery ' 

Moore' 

Morgan' 



Obion'.... 
Overton'. 
Perry' .... 
PiCkett'.. 
Polk 



Fotnam' 

Khea 

Roane' 

Robertson '„ 
Rutberibrd.. 



Seott , 

Beqaatcble'. 

Sevier 

SbeU)y 

Smitb' , 



Stmrart'... 

SoUivan 

Sofflner'... 

Tipton 

Troosdale'. 



TTniooi' 

tTnian' 

VanBmen.... 

Wanen 

Washington K. 



Wayne' 

Weakley'... 

White' 

WDUamaan. 
Wilson' 



311 



618 
486 

575 
6S8 
628 
307 
613 

375 
158 
574 
228 
607 

582 
482 
508 
536 
626 

570 
197 
451 
301 
312 

294 
501 
122 
456 
611 

286 , 
587 ' 
219 
432 
588 



552 
504 
378 
582 

207 
873 , 
516 ' 
141 
520 

552 
446 
487 
162 
433 

404 
365 
380 
465 
614 

S50 
264 
587 
801 
7» 

440 
436 
558 
442 
106 

201 
235 
203 
433 
»5 

749 
580 
363 
586 

613 



15,870 
19,342 
29,983 
31,499 
10,486 

20,641 
43,388 
30,948 
13,369 
32,824 

9,763 
15,066 
116,964 
10,454 
22,«8 

17.291 
22,918 
26,386 
18,436 
27,151 

U,fl« 
6,212 
13,482 
14,955 
17,6n 

12,230 
112,926 
9,075 
21,494 
23,993 

5,707 
28,786 
16,278 
26,133 
18,350 

14,922 
43,824 
17,402 
17,375 
35,403 

6,077 
22,060 
32,266 

4,491 
13,386 

28,393 
17,617 
7,765 
5,205 
14,243 

22,331 
13,812 
24,624 
25,621 
33,069 

13,411 
3,632 
32384 
233,216 
17,134 

14,664 
36,359 
37,708 
30,258 
5,906 

10,130 
11,616 
2634 
17,306 
34,053 

13, 8n 
31,063 
16,701 
23,409 
26,341 



49.4 1 
36.2 1 
60.0 
51.0 
21.6 ' 

35.9" 

68.5 

49.3 

43.6 

53.6 

26.0 
96.3 
302.0 
46.9 
32.0 

29.7 
47. S 
50.0 
34.4 
43.4 

28.4 
31.5 
29.9 
49.7 
56.7 

41.6 
224.1 
74.4 
47.1 
38.6 

20.0 
43.9 
74.3 
58.3 
31.2 

52.2 
79.4 
34.5 
46.0 
60.8 

39.4 
33.8 
63.6 
31.9 
36.1 

61.4 
39.6 
15.9 
33.1 
33.0 

55.0 
37.8 
64.8 
5^3 
53.8 

34.4 

13.8 

38.1 

378.7 

57.9 

33.7 
83.2 
49.7 
68.1 
56.6 

6aa 

49.4 

9.0 

4a9 

104.8 

17.2 
53.6 
43.3 
39.9 
43.8 



15,434 

19,965 

2?, 731 

30,357 

7,446 

20,491 
41,680 
32,629 
13,888 
31,083 

8,322 
13,650 
89,267 
10,778 
23,011 

17,621 
23,587 
35,910 
17,030 
25,434 

16,627 
6,224 
13,908 
15,036 
17,756 

13,191 
94,187 
8,704 
21,106 
17,569 

6,033 
35,908 
13,612 
21,046 
16,356 

14,559 
39,357 
18,820 
16,872 
40,456 

6,131 
20,716 
33,672 

4,800 
11,468 

39,946 
15,854 
8,815 
5,067 
14,116 

20,023 
15,410 
22,860 
25,466 
33,199 

12,947 

4,202 

32,296 

191,439 

18,618 

14,860 
28,130 
25,621 
39,469 
5,874 

7,301 
11,414 

3,784 
16,534 
28,968 

13,063 
31,939 
16,430 
M,313 
35,394 



16,460 I 
18,636 
28,776 
39,701 

6,106 

20,392 
39,408 
33,035 
15,612 
30,696 

7,802 
12,728 
01,695 
11,147 
22,976 

19,246 
34,267 
25,189 
18,117 
24,208 

16,367 
6,476 
13,398 
15,039 
18,690 

10,589 
74,302 
7,368 
21,971 
15,403 

4,456 
28,304 
10,838 
19,163 
17,760 

12,881 
36,333 
17,281 
18,763 
42,703 

7,491 
18,585 
36,017 
5,706 
9,587 

28,286 
13,353 
8,800 
5,366 
11,367 

16,880 
14,318 
22,738 
25,009 
33,543 

11,077 

3,326 

32,021 

163,567 

19,036 

16,324 
24,936 
26,072 
29,373 
6,004 

6,861 
13,891 

3,128 
16,410 
22,601 

13,936 
33,646 
14,157 
16,439 
27,078 



15,660 
13,645 
19,878 
28,878 
5,236 

18,939 
35,859 
34,957 
13,196 
26,614 

6,345 
11,418 
53,482 
10,342 
21,029 

17,698 
22,246 
23,558 
16,336 
21,070 

14,499 
5,390 
11,720 
13,336 
16,478 

8,858 
59,657 

5,304 
18,756 
13,286 

3,666 
27,383 

9,273 
17,880 
15,510 

10,878 
30,497 
16,411 
18,906 
38,112 

6,930 
15,329 
29,697 
5,975 
7,639 

27,273 
13,080 
7,785 
1,736 
8,361 

13,683 
13,617 

17,418 
20,078 
35,097 

9,794 
3,027 

18,761 
113,740 

18,404 

12,103 
30,870 
33,668 
34, 3n 
6,860 

4,610 
11,160 

3,863 
14,113 
30,361 

11,471 
38,965 
12,348 
36,321 
27,148 



14,813 I 
12,460 
■15,118 
31,871 
5,941 I 

17,178 
32,685 
36,014 
12,384 
24,005 

4,592 
10,187 
23,642 

9,098 
23,921 

14,793 
20,610 
28,063 
17,430 
22,142 

12,005 
4,295 
11,379 
12,008 
15,846 

7,768 
39,134 

3,968 
14,918 
10,383 

3,181 
36,960 

9,148 
15,064 
17,271 

9,331 
30,874 
10,910 
19,259 
39,904 

7,117 
14,283 
28,481 
6,233 
5,U8 

23,913 
13,163 
7,171 



7,369 

11,501 
7,073 
15,237 
18,861 
38,711 

8,021 
3,665 
15,511 
78,130 
17,790 

13,690 
18,321 
33,625 
21,033 
6,016 

3,615 
10,360 

3,033 
11,070 
16,181 

11,301 
21,538 
11,176 
38,813 
28,747 



11,136 
0,310 
13,706 
36,115 
4,717 

14,970 
35,660 
32,413 
12,421 
31,668 

3,350 



17,241 
7,148 
18,074 

11,768 
15,837 
35,094 
14,217 
30,380 

9,856 



9,326 
12,583 
19,176 

5.862 
28,990 

2,128 
10,838 

7,601 

1,986 
38,060 



13,969 
12,726 

6,633 
23,480 

6,841 
16,207. 
36,289 

4,511 
12,689 
24,747 



2,009 

15,681 
11,397 
8,925 



7,389 

8,608 

5,638 

15,823 

16,168 

33,289 

4,061 
3,335 
11,028 
76,378 
15,001 

13,019 
13,136 
23,711 
11,881 



10,673 

iS:^ 

21,327 
5,064 

13,818 
21,777 
26,166 
10,962 
19,001 

3,093 



13,268 
7,030 
17,780 

11,211 
16,162 
18,232 
14,491 
19,133 

9,313 



9,096 
11,725 
16,043 

5,018 
33,813 



7,559 
9,320 

3,341 
22,838 



13,666 
14,733 

7,200 
21,535 

6,190 
14,593 
33,498 

4,667 
12,607 
20,895 



3,363 

13,817 
13,637 
6,043 



8,736 

8,558 

4,991 

13,583 

15,285 

27,918 

3,510 
3,130 
9,133 
48,093 
10,367 

0,896 
13,663 
33,030 
10,706 



7,605 
2,726 
13,711 
16,317 

10,309 
30,765 
9,375 
36,328 
26,881 



6,U7 
3,581 
11,117 
11,830 

0,116 
18,316 
9,381 

23,827 
36,072 



8,016 
8,101 
0,161 
36,719 
1,161 

13,766 
19,648 
26,9«9 
12,370 
17,821 

2,771 



10,076 
5,660 
17,186 

10,328 
13,370 
17,289 
13,164 
18,233 

9,897 



6,422 
16,673 
13,204 

3,706 
18,807 



5,160 
9,280 

4,438 
23,192 



13,906 
12,861 

6,948 
21,470 

6,314 
15,616 
29,520 

4,879 
11,871 
31,016 



3,130 I 

7,633 : 
11,311 
5,831 



6,338 



1,115 
13,185 

16, 145 
29,123 

1,905 



6,930 
31,157 
18,112 

0,710 
11,743 
22,717 

8,887 



2,671 i 
10,170 
13,861 

8,170 
14,608 
11,141 
27, XI 
17,113 



-0.1 

-8.1 

8.3 

1.1 

10.1 

0.7 

1.3 

-6.3 

-3.7 

5.6 

17.3 
lai 
20.0 
-3.0 
-8.2 

-1.3 

-2.8 

-2.0 

8.3 

6.8 

-1.9 
-0.2 
-3.1 
•-0.6 
-0.1 

-7.3 

19.9 

1.3 

1.8 

31.3 

-5.1 
-0.8 
19.6 
19.1 
12.2 

3.S 

11.3 

-7.6 

3.0 

-13.6 

-o'i 

6.6 
-1.2 
-8.1 
15.9 

-5.3 

11.1 

-11.9 

3.3 

ao 

11.0 

-lai 

7.7 

0.6 

-0.1 

3.6 

-13.6 

0.1 

18.6 

-7.6 

-1.3 
38.0 
8.1 
3.7 
3.1 

10.5 

1.8 

-5.7 

1.7 

17,8 

6.8 
-Z7 

1.8 
-3.8 

3.8 



-6.3 

1ft 6 

1.9 

31.9 

0.5 
•6.6 1 
-1.2 
-10.5 

1.6' 

6:7 ' 
7.2 
14.7 I 
-3.3; 
0.2 ' 

-0.0' 
-2.8 1 

3.9 
-6.0 I 

5.1 I 

1.0 ' 

-3.9 • 

3.8 < 

(') i 

-4.5 

34.6 
26.8 
18.1 
-3.9 i 

14.1 ' 

35.4 ' 

-1.5 

25.6 

0.8 

-7.0 

13.0 

8.3 

8.0 

-10.1 

-5.3 

-18.2 
11.6 
-6.6 

-16.0 
19.6 

6.9 
18.7 

0.2 
-5.3 
24.3 

18.5 
7.8 
0.5 
1.7 

-1.0 ; 
16.9 : 

26.3 

1.3 I 

34.7 : 

-3.5 I 

12.8 I 

-1.7 1 
0.6 '' 
-3.3 

23.1 
-11.5 
-10.9! 
0.8 I 

28.2 I 

-6.8 
-1.9 
8.9 
-8.4 
-0.3 



6.» 
36.6 
19.0 

li.8 

7.7 
O.O' 
-5.6 
17.6 
16.0 

23.0 
11.6 
16.1 
7.8 
9.3 

8.T 
9.1 
6.0 
10.9 
14.9 

12.0 
30.1 

14.3 
12.0 
12.8 

19.6 
24.8 
3&9 
17.1 
36. i 

74.1 
-3.9 
16.9 
7.1 
11.6 

18.1 
19.1 
13.1 
-0.8 
12.0 

8.1 
21.2 
21.3 
-1.8 
26. 6 

3.7 
10.0 
13.0 
13.3 
3S.8 

23.1 
13.2 
30. S 
31.7 
-1.1 

13.1 
9.0 
17.1 
36.3 
3.4 

34.0 
19.1 
10.3 
2^0 
2.6 

26.7 
12.5 
9.2 
13.0 
11.1 

12.8 
12.1 
11.7 
0.1 
-a3 



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Tabls 49.— area AlTD POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DmSIONS: 1850 TO iSSO-fontuiued. 
/». • "•■i»»i»---. - ■ [A minus slcn (—} denotes dficreaw.I 





Land 
are* In 
square 
mites: 

1920. 


FOPUUnOH. 


comTT. 


1990 


1910 


uoe 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1M9 


18W 


Per oent of Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1900. 



TEXAS. 

[Per oent not shown wbere base Is less than 100.] 



Th«ftat«> 


ia,8M 


t,m,m 


17. t 


3,8N,64t 


1,048, no 


•1,235, 527 


'l,m,7« 


• 818,579 


>104,8U 


tU,5M 


•1».7 


n.t 


U* 






Andsnon .......i-r-r- 


938 

1,565 

940 

240 

sn 

903 
1,358 

728 
1,030 

811 

867 
880 
858 

1,083 
1,283 

750 
895 
975 
873 
1,340 

697 
6,935 
903 
»74 
S68 

884 
974 
511 
583 
864 

1,401 
207 
893 
951 

898 

618 
1,049 

733 
1,158 

86» 

931 
1,290 
878 
898 
972 

559 
948 
918 
902 

1,085 

1,012 
878 

3,215 
870 

8,787 

1,532 
859 
903 

sn 

1,549 

261 
962 
881 
1,360 
906 

''S 

l,|g 
928 


34,318 
350 

22,287 
2,064 
5,254 

3,816 

13,703 

18,874- 

517 

4,001 

26,649 

7,027 

12,137 

48,412 

203,098 

4,083 

965 

18,033 

39,472 

20,614 

21,975 
4,822 
2,948 
4,580 

31,683 

16,855 
9499 

35,160 
4,700 

11,844 

36,682 
11,103 

3,078 
30,041 

1,948 

4,162 
37,833 
10,933 

16,884 
67 

4,557 
18,805 
49,609 

9,154 
19,013 

8,824 
25,748 

5,847 
25,687 
20,801 

6,901 

87 

1,500 

8,084 

912 

4,828 

210,651 

4,309 

27,971 

3,747 

15,887 
36,365 
5,876 
6 388 
8,086 

8,361 

58,606 

760 

2,283 

101,877 


36.6 
0.2 

33.7 
8.6 
8.0 

3.1 
9.4 
35.9 
0.5 
4.9 

30.7 
8.0 
14.2 
42.0 
180.0 

5.4 

1.1 

18.5 

45.2 

15.4 

36.8 
0.8 
3.3 
4.7 

22.7 

24.6 
9.8 

49.2 
8.3 

13. » 

26.2 
53.6 

3.4 
31.6 

2.2 

6.7 
35.9 
14.9 
14.6 

0.1 

4.9 
14.8 
56.6 
10.2 
19.6 

15. S 
27.2 
6.4 
28.5 
19.0 

8.8 


29,650 
975 

17,705 
2,108 
6,525 

2,883 

10,004 

17,899 

312 

4,021 

25,344 

8,411 

12,000 

49,186 

119.678 

4,311 
1,386 
19,013 
34,837 
13,299 

18,919 
5,220 
2,162 


28,015 
87 

13,481 
1,716 
2,608 

1,205 
7,143 
»,676 

5,332 

26,845 
3,063 
7,730 
45,535 
80.423 

776 
17,390 
36,878 
14,80 

18,850 
3,356 
i;263 


20,923 

24 

6,306 

1824 

2,101 

944 
8,450 
17,850 


17,305 


9,220 


10,398 


3,884 


15.7 
-64.1 

26.9 
-2.0 
-19.8 

6.0 
27.0 

8.6 

08.7 

-18.7 

S.I 

-18.8 

0.4 

-8.6 

68.9 

-5.8 
-30.4 

-8.2 
13. 3 
56.0 

16.3 
-7.6 
38.4 


6^8 


SS.9 






ADgBlinft 


5,238 
996 

sse 

31 
4,217 
14,439 


3,986 


4,271 


i.m 


Sl.t 
21.7 
180.2 

122.8 

40.1 

-14.4 


1U.8 




-6.9 


Archer 








19.4 










27.0 


Atanoom " 


2,915 
15,087 


1,S78 
lOiin 




10.0 




3,841 


18.8 


BaOeyi 




BftiWlffH ^ , , ....... . . 


3,795 

30,736 
2 595 
3,720 
33,377 
49.386 

4,649 

222 

14.224 

20,267 

11,506 

18,850 
710 
(») 


2,158 

17,215 

715 

2,298 

20,618 

30,470 

3,583 

35 

11,217 

10,985 

9,774 

13,678 


649 
12,200 


399 
7,008 




-7.7 

-5.8 
176.6 

86.6 
8.0 

79.4 

-8.8 

78.6 

9.3 

30.8 

-10.6 

0.3 
121.6 
72.6 


40.ft 


Bastrop > 


3,009 


39. S 


Baylor. 


17.6 


B«e , 


1,082 
9,771 
16,043 

1,187 


910 
4,799 
14,464 

1,281 




107.8 


B«n 




38.4 


B^XBT 


6,063 


40.9 


Bbnoo . 


1.3 


Borden 




949.6 




4,981 
4884 
7,827 

9,205 


2,006 
5,062 
7,143 

2,776 




S.S 


Bowte 


3,913 
4,841 

614 


n.o 




39. a 


Braxos * 


13.3 


Browsttf *...........• •-•• 


231.8 




12 










Brooksi 










Brown' . ,...,... 


22,935 

18,687 
10,755 
24,237 
3,635 
12,973 

27,158 
9,551 
2,127 

27,687 
1,850 

4,234 
39,088 

9,538 

17,043 

85 

6,413 
33,618 
49,031 

5,324 
18,897 

8,434 
27,186 

6,654 
26,603 
31,703 

4,396 

331 

1,396 

1,785 


18,019 

18,367 

10,528 

21,785 

2,395 

8,788 

18,005 
9,146 

469 
22,841 

400 

3,048 
25,164 
2,138 
9,231 
35 

3,430 
10,077 
50,087 

1,233 
22,203 

7,008 
33,009 

1,437 
37, 4M 
21,308 

1,002 

51 

1,591 

788 


11,421 

13,001 
10,747 
15,769 
815 
5,457 

14,424 

6,824 

356 

22,554 

9 

2,241 

23,975 

1,175 

7,503 


8,414 

9,243 
8,855 
11,757 
1,789 
3,453 

14,950 
5,931 


544 

8,072 
3,888 
6,572 
3,443 


244 

5,883 
2,487 
4,481 
2,643 




-5.6 

-9.8 

-11.7 

3.8 

-1:? 

85.0 

16.2 

44.7 

8.9 

8.3 

-1.7 
39.6 
14.6 

-1.1 


43.2 

1.7 

X3 

11.4 

81.8 

48.0 

68.7 

4.4 

863.5 

20.8 
382.5 

30.0 
15.4 
346.1 
84.6 


40.S 




1,713 


41. S 




—2.0 


Caldwell 


1,339 
1,110 


88.0 


Calhouxi 


190.9 




00.7 


Cameron ' 


10,999 


6,018 


« 8,541 


11.0 


Camni . 


38.1 










31.7 


Cassi 


18,724 


8,875 


8,411 


4,991 


l.S 


Ctstxo • 




Chamben >> -- 


2,187 

18,723 

35 

5,045 


1,608 
11,079 


1,608 
12,098 




35.9 


Cherokee . 


6,673 


9. 8 


Childress f. 


82.0 


Clav 


(») 


109 




38.0 


Cocanin ,..,-- 1 - 






Cofce* 


2,059 
8,112 

36,738 
357 

19,512 

6,396 
15,808 

1,065 
24,806 
16,873 

240 

15 

194 

346 










-28.9 

-18.9 

1.3 

78.3 

0.6 

4.6 

-8.3 

-13.1 

-3.6 

-6.1 

87.0 

-88.8 

18.7 

3M.7 


88.9 
124.5 
-2.1 
S».7 
-14.9 

20.3 

18.2 

386.3 

-8.2 

1.9 

388.7 


60.0 




3,603 

35,983 

6 

16,673 

8,808 

800 

20,391 

10,924 

24 


in' 

14,013 






84.9 


dyun 


' 9,264 


1,950 


30.3 




945.4 


Colowwo.. .......... --..-• ■• 


5,283 

ilooi 


7,886 

4,060 
709 


3,287 
1,723 


18.8 




9. 8 


rvtfn ftnche * 


47.4 






34.0 


Cooks 


■ 6,'315 
4,124 


3,760 
2,668 


220 


11. S 


Coryell 


35.3 


Cottle 




817.6 












Crockett* 


0.6 
7.0 
0.2 

3.0 

■ 245.1 

4.8 

31.8 

3.4 

60.9 

37.1 

6.7 

3.9 

8.9 

4.8 

83.3 

0.9 

1.3 

110.4 


127 
83 








-18.5 
194.0 


720.1 


Crosby 








UT.7 


Calberaoni 












4,001 
135,748 
3,330 
23,601 
3,942 

14,566 
31,258 
3,092 
3,480 
5,284 

8,984 
33,421 

1,178 
3,768 
52,509 


146 

82,726 

37 

21,311 

843 

16,249 
28,318 
1,151 
1,106 
2,768 

8,488 

17,971 

381 

3,108 
24,886 


112 

67,0(2 

29 

14,307 

179 

9,117 

21,389 

395 

1,049 

1,068 

7,608 

10,373 

324 

1,970 
16,878 










18.3 
66.1 
88.7 
19.0 
-4.9 

9.1 
U.1 
90.0 
St.l 
82.1 

-8.0 

149.8 

-S8.6 

-89^4 

98.7 


2,640.4 
84.1 


30.4 


DaOas 


33,488 

34 

10,<^ 

5,697 
18,1« 

665 

180 

6,732 
4,855 


■ is,'!!? 


8,886 


3,743 


93.4 






DeWItt 


6,443 


6,108 


1,718 


10.3 
367.0 

-4.8 

10.4 

168.6 

au.8 

91.7 

5.7 
80.3 

209.2 
21.2 

111.4 


48.0 


DeafSmitb 


370.9 


Delta' 








07'8 


Denusi 


7,M1 


6,031 


841 


33.0 


Dickens 


290 2 


Dlnunlt 


109 






6.4 


Dooley 






101.0 


Dnval> 


1,^ 






11.0 
78 2 


Kaitlanil 


W 




Ector > 




70 1 


Edwards' 


286 
3,845 








87 8 


El Paso' 


3,67i 


4,a6i 




88.7 



* For rates ol tnerease or decrease tor combinations or new counties with those from which formed, see Table 24, p. 41. 
t FoTnota<regardlngoban(Minbacmdaries,eto.,seep. 147. 

> Totab include p<»u]atioii as follows: Indians spedally enumerated in 1890 and not returned as part of populatioo of any county (4); p<q)nlatioD of Buohsl and 
Foley Counties (323 In 1800), aantxed to Brewster County In 1897; populattoa of Endnal County (2,744 in 1800: 1,9(» in 1880; 427 In 1870; 43 in 1880), annexed to Webb Caanty 
lnl809:p(9ulationotBaxBrdisttltt<l,077]nl8n), takm to torm numerous counties m 1870; and populatlaD o( oU Dawson County (281 in 1800)— no teoords to aocoaat 
lor its dbappearanoe. 

• No popoJatico reported. 

< PofWilatian shown lor Camtnn County Ibr 1860 Inoludes that oCBtarr and Webb Counties, not reported separately. 



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Tabm 49.— area and POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1850 TO 1920— Continued. 

[A minas sign (— ) denotes decrease.] 



L ' ' :-: : — 


Land 
area in 
square 
miles: 
1920. 


1 

1 FOrVLA^tON. 


OOUMTl. 


I9I0 


ino 


1900 


1S90 


1880 


1870 

• 


1880 


ISM 


Per cent of increase. 




Total. 

1 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 

to 

1900. 



TEXAS— Contmued . 
[Per cent not shown where base is less than 100.] 



xnis 

Xrath 

Mb 

TWmln 

Tayvttti... 

FUmt 

rkji 

Pond> 

fort Band.. 
rranUln'.. 

Freestone.. 

Wo 

Oalnes' — 
Oalveston.. 
Omu>.... 



OOlespic.... 
OtMBOoek'. 

QoUad 

Qomales... 
Oray' 



Orsyson 

Oragg> 

Qrimes'.... 
Ooadahipe. 
Hals 



Hamlltoni.. 
Hansford.... 
Hardeman'. 
Hardin 



Harris — 
Harrison. 



Hask< 
Hays 



HemptiU]... 
HendersoD.. 
Hidalgo!.. . 

HOL 

Hockley — 



Hood' 

Hopkins'. 
Booston... 
Howard... 
Hudspeth' 



HoDti 

Hatdilnson'. 

Won'-'. 

Jack. 

JaokscQ 



ftttitaoo — 
nmHosg'.. 
JtmWdb'. 

Jflflmson.... 

Jones 

Etmes. 



Kandan. 



KuA 

Kmt'.... 
Kimble... 

King 

jCumey '. 



Kleberg' 
Knox'. . 
L«8alla. 



Lamb'.... 

Lampasas* 
Laraoa.... 
Lw>. 



Lmu... 
Ubanyi 



975 

1,063 

746 



88t 

1,011 

m> 

793 
989 



1,124 

l,t40 

395 

sro 

1,109 
888 
799 

1,010 
899 

942 
312 
812 
708 
l,09t 

901 
833 
883 

7U 
883 

''^ 

1,607 

923 

«23 

873 
948 
1,829 
988 
887 

406 

813 
1,231 

891 
4,821 

893 
879 
998 
963 



978 
3,363 

91D 
1,140 

791 

740 
922 
892 
814 
998 

879 
1,143 
l'301 

867 
1,313 



862 
1,561 

943 
1,023 

740 

960 

963 

1,101 

1,M0 



66,700 
38,385 
36,317 
48,186 
29,965 


W.l 
36.3 
48.6 
57.5 
81.0 


11,000 
^768 


13.4 
9.7 
7.8 
39.0 
33.3 


1:SS 

1,018 

63,150 

4;253 


26.4 

8.3 

0.7 

131.6 

4.9 


10,015 
655 

9,348 
28,438 

4,663 


9.0 
0.8 
11.7 
27.9 
5.2 


74,185 
16,787 
a, 101 
3^719 
10,104 


78.7 
53.7 
28.4 
30.4 
9.8 


11,137 
14,876 
i;*64 
1X487 
19,983 


12.4 
17.6 
1.9 
16.4 
18.6 


186,667 

43,986 

1,109 

14,193 

1^990 


112.0 
90.0 
0.7 
15.4 
25.6 


4,380 

28,327 

^110 

^332 

137 


4.9 
39.9 
33.4 
44.9 

0.2 


8,789 
34,791 
38; 801 

6,963 
963 


31.6 
43.8 
83.3 

7.8 
0.2 


731 
1,610 
9,883 
11,344 


86.4 

as 

1.6 

las 

13.8 


16,609 

73,130 

8,887 


15.9 

ao 

79.5 
1.7 
8.3 


37,386 
33,333 
19,049 
45278 
41779 


60.4 
14.3 
17.6 
49.6 
8.0 


3,335 
5,842 
3,581 
655 
3,746 


3.8 
5.1 
3.8 
0.8 
3.9 


7,887 
9,240 
^821 
9?742 
1,175 


11.2 
10.7 

3.1 
69.0 

1.1 


8,800 
28,984 

18,»6 
14,687 


11.9 
30.5 
34.9 
16.6 
12.6 



53,629 
32,095 
35,649 
44,801 
39,796 

13,508 
4,838 
6,736 

18,168 
9.331 

30,6E7 
8,805 
1,255 

44,479 
1,996 

9,447 
1,143 

9,9er 

28,066 

3,405 

86,996 
14,140 
31,309 
24,913 
7,568 

8,279 
16,319 
819 
11,313 
13,947 

116,603 

37,343 

1,208 

16,240 

15,518 

3,170 
20,131 
U,728 
46,760 

187 

10,008 
31,038 
29,564 
8,881 



"•US 
803 

1,383 

11,817 

6,471 

14,000 

1,678 

38,183 



34,460 
34,389 
14,943 
36,323 
4,617 

3,656 
6,605 
3,361 
810 
3,401 



1:^ 

46,544 
540 

9,532 
36,418 
U,183 
18,583 
10,686 



50,069 
29,988 
33,342 
51,793 
36,543 

3,708 
3,020 
1,568 
16,538 
8,674 

18,910 

4,200 

55 

44,116 

185 

8,220 

286 

8,3ia 

28,888 

480 

83,661 
12,343 
38,106 
31,385 
1,680 

1,670 

13,520 

197 

3,634 

6,049 

63,786 
31,878 

«n 

2,837 
14,142 

• 815 
19,970 

6,837 

41,355 

44 

9,146 
27,960 
25,452 

2,528 



47,206 
808 
848 

10,334 
6,094 

7,138 
1,150 
14,319 



33,819 
7,063 
8,681 

33,378 
4,103 

899 

4,980 

2,503 

490 

2,447 



2,322 

2,303 

48,637 

81 

8.629 
28,131 
14,S»5 
18,073 

8,103 



31,774 
31, 904 
20,708 
33,709 
31,481 

2,996 
529 



10,586 
6,481 

15,987 
3,113 

68 
31,476 

14 

7,066 
208 

9,au 

18, «0 
308 

93,211 
9,402 
31,313 
19,217 

721 

703 
9,313 

133 
3,904 
3y vM 

37,249 

26,721 

352 

1,686 

11,352 

519 
13,285 
6,534 
27,583 



7,614 
20,573 
19,380 

1,210 



31,885 

68 

870 

9,740 

3,281 

5,593 
1,394 
5,857 



33,313 
3,797 
3,837 

31,596 
3,836 

334 
4,482 
3,243 

173 
3,781 



1,134 
2,139 
37,302 

7,584 
31,887 
11,952 
U,841 

4,330 



31,294 
11,798 
16,240 
»,601 
27,996 

136 
3 



9,380 
6,280 

14,931 

3,130 

8 

34,131 

36 

5,328 



6,838 
14,840 

56 

38,108 
8,530 
18,603 
U,3a3 



36 

6,366 

18 

90 

1,870 

27,989 

35,177 

100 

48 

7,599 

149 

9,735 
4,347 
16,564 



8,135 

15,461 

18,703 

90 



17,330 
90 



8,626 
2,723 

5,779 

'S,'480' 



17,911 
546 

3,270 
15,448 

3,763 



2,168 

1,343 

40 

4,487 



77 

789 

27,193 



9,421 
13,641 

8,937 
12,817 

4,999 



7,514 
1,801 
9,851 
13,207 
16,863 



7,114 



8,139 
309 



15,290 



3,968 



3,638 
8,961 



14,387 



13,218 
7,383 



733 



1,460 

17,378 
13,3U 



4,088 



6,786 
3,387 
7,493 



3.886 
13,851 
8,147 



10,391 



094 

2,278 

4,218 

"ijioi 



4,923 



1,709 
6,805 
1,536 



1,043 
73 



1.304 



19,790 



1,344 
0,168 



6,683 
4^414 



5,346 
3,435 
3,614 
9,317 
11,604 



6,143 



6,881 
43 



8,339 
2,736 



3,38* 
8,010 



8,184 



10,307 
6,444 



489 



9,070 
15,001 



2,126 



4,596 
1,192 
3,663 



7,746 
8,058 



6,830 



1,000 

2,612 

4,037 



1,996 
4,306 



2,171 
^906 



634 

"ii 



Ubl30 



L038 
L946 



989 



3,788 
8,786 



2,533 



4.929 
1,240 



648 
1,492 



3,008 



4,008 
1,911 



4,668 
11,823 



387 



1,337 



2,623 
2,721 



1,520 



996 

1,787 



1,8 



1,047 



3,978 



1,971 



'> For notes regarding changes In iMMindarles, etc., see p. 147. 



3) 189 3|^ 

I Mo cbaoge in population. 



3.9 
-11.6 
1.6 
7.6 
0.6 

-13.6 
110.4 

-17.1 
36.3 
-0.3 

13.2 
4.9 

-18.9 
19.9 
113.3 

6.0 
-91.4 

-5.7 

1.4 

36.9 

12.4 
18.6 
8.9 
U.3 
33.5 

34.5 
-4.3 
44.8 
11.4 
23.4 

81.3 

17.0 

-14.8 

-13.7 

3.6 

35.0 
40.7 
177.8 
-7.3 
(•) 

-12.6 

13.1 

-3.3 

-21.6 



4.6 
-19.3 

35.5 
-18.6 

73.8 

11.3 

-13.9 

91.5 



8.3 
-8.1 
37.9 
16.9 

6.8 

26.8 

6.1 

9.8 

-19.1 

10.1 



-4.1) 

1.6 

19.8 

117.8 

-7.7 
9.6 
6.7 
10.3 
37.0 



7.1 

7.1 

6.9 

-11.5 

-18.5 

239.7 

129.6 

385.2 

9.9 

7.6 

8.7 
111.8 



0.8 
978.4 

14.8 
389.7 

18.3 
-3.9 
609.4 

3.7 

14.6 

-18.8 

16.9 

350.4 

399.7 
U.3 
459.9 
308.6 
156.4 

81.4 

16.8 

244.3 

516.2 

9.7 

389.0 

0.8 

100.8 

U.l 



9.4 

11.0 

16.3 

391.3 



1.7 

194.4 

51.3 

15.8 

6.3 

96.1 
45.9 
168.2 



1.9 

341.5 

72.1 

6.8 
10.1 

196.3 
10.6 
30.3 
65.3 
39.0 



314.5 
106.1 
-1.8 



10.5 
-6.1 
-10.0 
-8.3 

31.9 



Sl.S 
88.8 
61.0 
38.8 

16.1 

33.8 
181.9 



66.3 
33.8 



18.8 
36.0 



40.3 



16.6 
87.5 
40.6 
60.3 

136.5 

19.6 
81.3 

33.6 
40.6 
133.0 

137.6 
46.3 
36.6 

-6.9 
37.8 

71.3 
19.8 
49.8 
68.4 
34.6 

67.0 

61.6 

4.6 

49.9 



30.1 
35.9 
31.5 
10S.S 



48.» 



-3.6 
6.0 

89.7 

37.6 
-17.6 
143.1 



61.6 
86.8 
138.7 
54.5 
7.3 

177.8 

11.6 

11.6 

183.3 

-36.3 



104.8 
7.7 
80.4 



U.7 
38.6 

as.1 

30.6 
91.9 



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Table 49.- AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVlSIONSi 18B0 TO J92o-.Co»tiDiied. 

[A minus sign (— ) denotes decreesej 





area in 

square 

miies: 

1920. 


POPXnjlTIOK. 


COURTT. 


I9M 


1»10 


1*00 . 


ISM 


. 1880 


1870 


18W 


18M 


I Per cent of increase. 




Total. 

• 


Per 
square 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1800 

to 
1900. 



TEXA S— Consumed . 

[Per cent not sbown where base is less than 100.] 



Limestone 

I>ipaoomb 

LlreOalc..... 

Llano 

liOring *....... 

Lubboek 

I<Tim> 

WcOolloch..... 

McLennan 

MoUullea 

Madison 

Marlon , 

Martin' 

Mason 

Matagorda 

Maveridc 

Medina 

Menard 

Midland! 

Milam 

Mills" 

MltoheU 

Montague 

Montgomery'. 
Moore 

Morris* 

Motley 

Naoogdocbes... 

Nararro 

Newton 

Nolan 

Nueces' 

Ochiltree 

Oldham 

Orange 

Palo Pinto 

Panola 

Parker 

Parmer < 

Peoos' 

Polk' 

Potter 

Presidio' 

Rains' 

RaadaU 

Reagan' 

Real'.. 

Red River 

Reeves' 

Refugio' 

Roberts 

Robertson 

Rookwall' 

Runnels 

Buak> 

Sabine 

San Augustine 
San Jacinto'.. 
SanPalrido... 
San Saba 

Schleicher' 

Saurry 

ShackellOFd.... 

Shelby 

Sherman 

Smith 

Somervell > 

Starr' 

Stephem' 

Sterling' 

Stonewall 

Sutton' 

Swisher 

Taitant. 

Taylor. 



33,283 
8,684 
4,171 
6,300 
82 

11,096 

4,761 

ii,oeo 

82,921 
952 

11,956 
10,886 
1,146 
4,824 
16,589 

7,418 
11,679 
3,162 
2,449 
38,104 

9,019 
71627 
22,200 
17,834 
571 

10,289 
4,107 
28,457 
50,624 
12,196 

10,868 

22,807 

3,331 

709 

15,379 

23,431 
21,755 
23,382 
1,699 
3,857 

16,784 
16,710 
13,203 
8,000 
3,675 

377 

1,461 

35,820 

4,457 

4,050 

1,409 
27,083 

8,591 
17,074 
31,689 

U,299 
18,737 
9,867 
11,386 
10^045 

1,851 
9,003 
4,960 
27; 464 
1,473 

46,769 
3,563 
lit 089 
1J^403 
1,063 

4,0S6 

1,998 

4,388 

152,800 

24,081 



34.2 
4.1 
8.7 
6.6 
0.1 

12.8 
5.5 
10.3 
79.0 
0.7 

24.3 

27.8 
1.8 
6.0 

14.6 

5.9 
8.6 
3.5 
2.8 
39.7 

13.0 
8.5 
23.9 
17.0 
0.6 

39.7 
4.0 
26.9 
47.8 
13.7 

12.4 

29.4 

3.6 

0.5 

42.4 

24.5 
25.8 
36.7 
1.9 
0.9 

13.8 
17.9 

3.3 
30.3 

3.9 

0.4 
2.4 
34.5 
1.6 
5.5 

1.7 
32.0 
57.7 
15.8 
32.2 

20.9 
22.1 
16.4 
16.8 
9.0 

1.3 
10.1 

5.3 
33.0 

1.6 

60.8 
19.4 

&2 
16.7 

1.1 

4.8 

1.1 

4.9 

169.3 

36.6 



34,621 

2,634 

3,443 

6,520 

249 

3,634 

1,713 

13,406 

73,260 

1,091 

10,318 
10,472 
1,649 
6,683 
13,594 

5,151 
13,415 
2,707 
3,464 
36,780 

9,694 
8,956 
25,123 
15,679 
561 

10,439 
3,396 
27,406 
47,070 
10,850 

11,999 
21,955 

1,602 
813 

9,528 

19,906 
20,424 
36,331 
1,555 
3,071 

17,459 
12,434 
5,318 
6,787 
3,313 

392 



28,564 
4,393 
3,814 

950 

27,464 

8,073 

30,868 

36,946 

8,582 
11,264 
9,5(3 
7,307 
11,345 

1,803 
10,934 

4,201 
26,423 

1,376 

41,746 
3,931 

13,161 
7,980 

i,m 

5,320 

1,560 

4,012 

108,572 

26,393 



32,573 

790 

3,268 

7,301 

33 

393 

17 

3,960 

59,772 

1,024 

10,433 
10,754 
332 
5,673 
6,097 

4,066 
7,783 
2,011 
1,741 
39,666 

7,851 

3,855 

24,800 

17,087 

200 

8,220 

1,257 

24,863 

43,374 

7,282 

2,611 

10,439 

287 

349 

5,905 

12,291 
21,404 
25,823 
34 
2,360 

14,447 

1,820 

3,673 

6,127 

963 



29,893 
1,847 
1,641 

620 

31,480 

8,531 

5,379 

26,099 

6,394 
8,434 
10, 2n 
2,372 
7,569 

615 

4,158 

2,461 

20,452 

104 

37,370 
3,498 

11,409 
6,466 
1,127 

2,183 

1,727 

1,227 

52,376 

10,499 



21,678 

633 

3,055 

6,772 

3 

33 

34 

3,217 

39,304 

1,038 

8,512 
10,883 
364 
5,180 
3,985 

3,698 
5,730 
1,215 
1,033 
24,773 

5,493 
2,059 
18,863 
11,765 
15 

6,580 

139 

15,984 

28,373 

4,650 

1,573 

8,093 

198 

270 

4,770 

8,330 

14,328 

21,682 

7 

1,328 

10,332 

849 

1,698 

3,909 

187 



21,452 
1,247 
1,239 

336 
26,906 

6,9ra 

3,193 

18,599 

4,969 
6,688 
7,360 
1,312 
6,6U 

155 

1,415 

2,012 

14,365 

34 

28,324 
3,419 

10,740 
4,926 



1,024 
658 

100 

41,142 

6,957 



16,246 

60 

1,994 

4,963 



25 

9 

1,533 

26934 

701 

5,395 
10,983 
12 
2,656 
3,940 

2,967 
4,492 
1,239 



18,669 



117 
11,257 
10,154 



6,032 

24 

11,590 

21,702 

4,359 

640 
7,678 



287 
2,938 

5,885 
12,219 
15,870 



1,807 

7,189 

28 

2,973 

3,035 

3 



17,194 



1,5S6 

32 

22,383 

2,984 

980 

18,986 

4,161 
5,084 
6,186 
1,010 
5,324 



102 
2,037 
9,523 



21,863 
2,649 
8,304 
4,725 



104 



4 

24,671 
1,736 



8,591 



852 
1,379 



173 

13,500 

230 

4,061 
%S62 



678 
3,377 

1,951 

2,078 

667 



8,9S4 



6,483 



9,614 
8,879 
2,187 



3,975 



1,255 



iZ 



1,119 
4,186 



8,707 



10,653 



2,334 



9,990 



16,916 

3,356 
4,196 



1,435 



455 
6,733 



16,583 



4,154 

330 



5,788 



4,537 



593 
1,101 



6,306 



2,S8 
3,077 



630 
3,454 

736 



6,175 



849 
5,479 



8,202 
5,996 
3,119 



2,906 



1,916 

1,524 
8,475 
4,213 



8,300 



8,536 



1,600 



4,997 



16,803 

2,750 
4,004 



630 
913 



44 

5,302 



13, »2 



2,406 
230 



6,010 



2,608 



3,134 



909 



2,907 



2,384 



6,103 
2,190 
1,689 



3,871 



2,348 



8,906 



934 



8,148 

2,498 
3,648 



200 



4,239 



4,292 



(•) 



664 



-3.9 

39.9 

21.2 

-17.8 

-67.1 

206.2 
177.3 

-17.8 
13.2 

-12.7 

15.9 

4.0 

-26.0 

-15.1 

22.0 

44.0 
-12.9 

16.8 

-29.3 

3.6 

-7.0 

-16.0 

-n.6 

10.6 

1.8 

-1.4 
71.4 
3.8 
7.6 
12.4 

-9.4 

3.9 

46.5 

-12.7 

61.4 

X.1 

6.5 

-11.2 

9.3 

86.2 

-3.9 
34.5 

133.8 
19.3 
11.0 

-3.8 



26.4 

1.6 

43.9 

54.6 

1.7 

6.4 

-18.1 

17.6 

43.3 

22.0 

3.4 

55.8 

-ia7 

» 

-2.2 

-17.6 

18.1 

3.9 

7.0 

12.0 
-9.4 

-15.7 

93.0 

-29.6 

-23.2 

1.8 

9.4 

407 

-&4 



6.3 

233.4 

51.8 

-10.7 



1,136.9 



238.5 
22.5 
6.5 

-l.l 

-xe 

366.6 

3.0 

123.0 

26.7 
72.4 
34.6 
"99.0 
-7.3 

23.5 

213.7 

1.3 

-8.1 

168.4 

27.0 
90.6 
11.1 
8.5 
49.0 

359.6 
110.3 
500.0 
132.7 

61.4 

58.7 

-4.6 

2.0 



-12.2 

20.8 

582.6 

42.1 

10.8 

243.9 



-4.4 

137.8 
71.6 

63.2 

-13.8 

-5.4 

287.8 

3.3 

34.2 
83.6 
-7.2 
308.1 
4SL6 

367.6 

163.7 

7a7 

39.3 

1,333.1 

11.7 
12.4 
14.7 
3:^4 
33.6 

143.7 
-9.1 
337.0 
107.3 
150.4 



SO.S 
25,0 
10.4 
7.8 



3».l 

S2.6 
-US 

32.4 
-1.0 
25.8 
7.6 
53.0 

10.0 
3S.8 

e6.c 

68.S 
60.1 

42.B 
38.7 

a.c 

4S.1 



24.0 
804.8 
S4.8 
S4.5 
6S.e 

66.0 
20.0 
34.8 
29.8 
23.8 

47.7 
49.4 
19.1 



78.0 

SO. 8 
114.4 
1U.8 

66.7 
41&0 



3B.S 
&\ 

ao.3 

18.8 
42.8 
68.5 

4a8 

28.7 
3B.1 

S8 
S 
.110 

233.9 

mS 

32.* 
42:4 



81.9 
i.» 
6.7 

31.8 



' For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see p. 147. 

• No population reported. 

• Population ot Starr County tor 1850 included In that reported (or Cameroo County. 



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Tabu 49.- 



-ARRA. AND POPULATION OF COU^ITIKS OR EQITIVALENT DIVI8ION8: 18S0 TO 1920— Obntlnued. 

(A ndma algn (-) danotas dcetctM.] 





Lud 

iqaare 
mllMc 
IMO. 










POraULTIOH. 








coram. 


IfW 


mo 


1M« 


tSM 


1880 


1870 


1800 


18M 


Pec cent ottnctMM. 




ToUl. 


Per 
■quan 
mile. 


UIO 

to 

i9ao. 


ISOO 

to 

mo. 


18M 

to 

1000. 



TEXAS— Continued. 
[Per cent not shown vhera bam is less than 100.] 



Terrell" 

Terry! 

'Huockmarton. 

Titos' 

TanOreen'... 

Trmris 

Trtnity 

Tjrtor. 

Upahori 

ITptoD' 

XTTalde. 

VitVecde>.... 
^nZandt'... 

Vtotois. 

Walker* 

Waller' 

Ward' 

WaaUogton'.. 

Webb' 

Whartoo 

Wheeler. 

Wldilts 

WUtargw 

WiUaey' 

WlUismsoi.... 

.WOaon 

WinUer' 

Wtoe. 

Wood' 

Toalcnm' 

Taung. 

ZapaU' 

Zavtdia 



2,<35 

sn 

870 

tw 

1,4H 

t,eo4 

71« 

tog 
too 

1,19S 

1,589 

3,083 

831 

8M 

Tai 
no 

827 
3,Sa 

i,m 

805 
MM 

028 
1,274 
1,120 

813 
8«4 

883 
057 

870 

876 

1,0M 

1,348 



1,505 

18,128 
1^210 

87,010 
13,823 
10^415 
22,472 
253 

10,709 
12,700 
30,784 
1^271 

10^202 
2,016 

a^oa4 

30,152 
24,288 

7,307 

n,oii 

16,112 

1,033 

42,034 

17,280 

81 

23,383 

27,707 

'604 
13,379 
2,920 
3,108 



0.8 
2.6 
4.1 
45.6 
10.6 

67.4 
10.0 
11.6 
37.6 
0.2 

6.8 

4.1 

37.0 

2a5 

23.6 

19.8 
3.2 

42.4 
0.1 

21.8 

8.3 

ua7 

IS. 3 

a8 

38.0 

21.3 
0.1 
27.1 
43.2 

0.6 
15.3 
2.8 
3.3 



1,130 
1,474 

4,583 
16.422 
17,883 

65,620 
12,768 
10,250 
19,960 
501 

11,333 
8,613 
25,661 
14,990 
lt,OU 

12,138 

2,380 

«I,6U 

§:f8 

6,258 
l^flB4 
12,000 



42,228 

17,060 

442 

26,450 

33,417 

008 
13,667 
3,800 

1,880 



4S 

1,750 
12,292 
6,804 

47,386 
10,976 
11,899 
16,366 
48 

4,047 

5,383 

35,481 

13,678 

15,813 

33,031 
31,8(1 
10,043 

830 
5,800 

6,760 



38,072 

13,061 

00 

27,116 

21,048 

26 

6,640 

4,760 

792 



31 

003 

8,190 

6,152 

36,323 

7,648 

10,877 

12,695 

S2 

3,804 
2,874 

16,235 
8,737 

13,874 

)0,m 

77 

30,161 

14,842 

7,684 

778 
4,831 
7,003 



36,909 

10,656 

18 

24,134 

13,<S2 

4 

5,0i9 
3,563 
1,007 



711 
5,959 
3,615 

27,028 
4,016 
6,836 

10,366 



3,541 



12,619 
6,289 
12,024 

9,004 



27,166 

512 
433 

136 



15,155 
7,118 



16,601 
11,313 



4,726 

3,636 

410 



(li. 



13,153 
4,141 
5,010 

12,039 



881 



6,494 
4,860 
0,776 



33,104 
3.016 
8,436 



6,368 
2,550 



1,450 
6,894 



135 

1,488 

133 



124 
0,648 



8,090 
4,392 
4,525 
10,645 



606 



3,777 
4,171 
8,001 



16,316 
1,307 
3,380 



4,620 



3,160 
4,968 



593 

1,248 

26 



8,036 



8,188 



1,804 
8,894 



1,348 
2,010 
3,064 



6,080 

(•> 
1,763 



1,668 



11.6 
61.7 

—21.3 
10.4 

-14.9 

3.6 
6.7 
1.6 
12.6 
—49.6 

-4.1 
47.6 
30.0 
31.0 
16.6 

-16.2 

0.5 

4.3 

20.6 

16.0 

40.7 

S5S.0 

35.0 



1.7 

1.3 

-81.7 

-11.7 

18.3 

-16.3 

-3.0 

-38.1 

64.5 



160.7 
33.6 
162.8 

17.4 

16.3 

-13.0 

33.7 



141.7 

03.7 

0.7 

0.6 

1.6 

-14.8 
64.6 

-33.4 
8.0 
34.7 

726.7 
177.3 
1014 



lao 

33.3 

-i6 
U.3 



108.8 
-30lO 
138.6 



04.0 
50.1 
33.1 

30.6 
43.6 
0.4 
38.1 



23.S 
83.1 
67.0 
56.0 
23.4 

30i8 



iX9 

47.3 
133.4 

-18.S 

30.3 

-18.8 



46.0 
«.0 



12.4 
6L1 



39^6 

33.6 

-37.8 



UTAH. 

im oamputlng the InerMse from 1890 to 1900 for oertaln eoontles, the population of Indian reserratlons In 1000 has been deducted tram the total population of the 
eoonty in order tonuAaltoomparableirlth the total for 1890, whioh doesnotiaoladethepopalaticoof Indian reaerraticns. The population thus deducted ler the 
several counties was as follows: San Juan, 160; Uintah, 1,467; Wasatofa, 170. | 



TlMitate' a3,U4 



Beaver. 

Box Elder'. 

Cache 

Garbon> 

Daggett'.... 



Davis' 

Duobeeaei, 
Xmery '..... 
Oarfleld'.. 
arand'.... 



Iron' 

Jnab' 

Kanai 

lUlaTd..... 
Merssn. ... 

Ptate' 

Bidi> 

Salt Lake'. 
Ban loan > . 
Sanpete'... 



Bevier'.. 
Boaunit ' 
Tteele'.. 
Uintah I. 
Otata'... 



Wasatd>>. 



Washington'. 

Wayne I. 

W«bar> 



3,600 
5,444 
1,164 
1,487 



375 
3,286 
4,453 
6,334 
3,093 

3,356 
3,401 
4,3U 
«,B«l 
830 

763 
1,031 

75« 
7,361 
1,016 

Ii078 
1,870 
t,ttt 
4,394 
3,004 

1,1«7 

3,465 

3,476 

641 



410, 3N 



6,139 
18,788 
36,903 

11,450 
9,003 
7,411 
4,768 
1,808 

8,787 
0,871 
3,064 
0,689 
2,643 

2,T70 
1,880 
150,283 
8,379 
17,506 

11,281 
7,862 
7,866 
8,470 

40,703 

4.635 

6,764 

3,087 

43,463 



5.5 



1.0 
8.6 
33.3 
ia4 
a5 

41.6 
3.8 

1.7 
0.9 
0.5 

1.8 
2.9 

ao 

1.6 

4.1 

3.6 

1.8 

3ia7 

a4 
lao 

6.7 
4.3 
1.2 
20 

3ai 

4.0 

3.7 

0.8 

80.3 



373,351 



4,717 
13,804 
33,063 

8,634 



10,101 



6.760 
3,660 
1,505 

3,933 
10,703 
1,652 
6,118 
2,487 

1,734 

1,883 

131,426 

2,377 

16,704 

9,775 
8,200 
7,934 
7,050 
37,042 

8,920 

5,123 

1,749 

36,179 



nt,74t 



3,613 
10,009 
18,139 

5,004 



7,996 



4,667 
3,400 
1,149 

3,546 
10,082 
1,811 
6,678 
3,046 

1,954 
1,946 

16,813 

8,451 
9,439 
7,381 
6,468 
83,466 

4,736 

4.613 

1,907 

35,339 



< 116,778 



3,340 
7,643 
15,509 



6,761 



5,076 

3,457 

»U 

3,683 
6,582 
1,665 
4,083 
1.780 

2,842 
1,627 

68,457 
365 

13,146 

6,109 
7,733 
3,700 
2,762 
23,768 

3,885 
4,009 



33,723 



itt,ta 



3,918 
6,761 
13,563 



6,379 
""556 



4,013 
3,474 
3,086 
3,727 
1,783 

1,651 
1,283 

31,977 
204 

11,567 

4,487 
4,921 
4,497 
790 
17,93 

2,927 
4,235 



12,344 



« 88, 788 



2,007 
4,855 

8,220 



4,450 



2,277 
2,034 
1,513 
2,753 
1,972 

82 
1,955 
18,337 



0,788 

to 

3,512 
3,177 



13,208 

1,244 
3,064 



7,858 



« 40,(73 



786 
1,808 
3.805 



3,904 



1,010 
673 



715 



11,305 

"i^ai' 



198 
1,008 



8,348 



091 
'S,"a78 



U,880 



1,134 



380 



6,157 



153 



3,038 



1,186 



•80.4 



8.9 
35.3 
17.0 
70.0 



U.4 



0.8 
30.3 
13.4 

47.1 
-7.8 
34.3 
67.0 
3.0 

80.7 

0.4 

31.3 

43.3 

4.8 

13.4 

-4.1 
0.5 

201 
7.6 

-48.3 

32.0 
19.0 
23.6 



84.8 



306 
38.8 
27.1 
72.3 



27.8 



44.0 

7.6 

38.8 

lao 

0.1 

-8.8 

7.7 

306 

-11.8 

133.4 
X4 

15.7 

-13.1 

7.6 

0.3 

16.0 

88.8 

11.1 

-8.3 
39.4 



31.3 



8.3 
31.0 
17.0 



18.4 



-ii 

38.4 

1IZ4 

33.3 

8a« 

7.6 
40.8 

14.0 

-31.2 
27.4 

iSS 

34.1 

36.8 
33.1 
98.0 
80.7 
86.6 

27.0 
16.0 



U.1 



*For istes of Invrease or decrease for eombinat{(»ia of new ooonties with ttiose Iram which Itomied, see Table 34, p. 41. 
• For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see pp. 147, 148. 
' No population reported. 



> laservatkns specially etuwierated, not dlstrilnited by counties; in 1870, 



latlas 



of whose dlsappeaiance there is no leocrd; popolatioi (141) of Oreen River County, now 
ml Utah Counties between 1880 and 1870. 



p<wulatJ 
annexed to WashiiiiitcB Cctntty In 1873; to 1860, pniulation (741) of Cedar County, 
nr in Wyoming, and population (163) of Shamblp County, annexed to Juab, Tooele, 



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184 



POPULATION. 



Tamjs 4».— area AMD POPULATION OP COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO iSiaMJontunied. 

[A mimas sign (— ) danotss decrawe.! 





Land 
area In 
sQoare 
mUes: 

i«ao. 


POrXTLATION. 


COTOirT, 


IWO 


i»ie 


IMW 


1890 


1880 


1870 


1890 


18M 


Per oeDt olinoreMe. 




Total. 


Per 
■qowe 
mile. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1890 
to 
1900. 



VERMONT. 



Tkattato 

Addison 

Bannliuton 

^JedMO*' 

CUtteoden. 

Baaex. .......... 

FtankUn 

OrsDdble 

LAZDOflle........ 

Omnge 

Orleuis 

Rutland 

yrtablDgUm'... 

Wlsdham 

VIndior 



9,1M 

756 
661 
618 
Ma 



S52 



436 
67S 



911 
n9 
795 
948 



8M,«»» 

18,666 
21,577 
25,762 
43,708 
7,364 

30,(106 
3,784 
11,858 
17,279 
23,913 

46,213 
38,921 
26,373 
36,964 



83.6 

24.7 
32.6 
41.7 
80.5 
11.5 

4&1 
46.6 
27.3 
25.6 
84.8 

50.7 
54.1 
33.2 
39.0 



355,966 

20,010 
21,378 
26,031 
42,447 
7,384 

29,866 
8,781 
12,585 
18,703 
23,337 

48,139 
41,701 
26,933 



343,6U 

21,912 
21.706 
24,381 
39,600 
8,066 

80,198 
4,462 
13,380 
19,313 
22,024 

44,209 

36,607 
26,660 
32,225 



332,423 

22,2n 
20,448 
33,436 
35,389 
9,511 

29,755 
3,843 
12,831 
19,(75 
23,101 

45,397 
29,606 
26,547 
31,706 



832,186 

24,173 
21,950 
23,607 
S2,m 
7,931 

30,225 
4,124 
12,684 
23,535 
22,083 

41,829 
25,404 
26,763 
35,196 



330,561 

33,484 
31,335 
321235 
36,480 
«,811 

4,482 
12,448 
23,000 
21,035 

40,651 
26,530 
26,036 
36,063 



3U,tM 

24,010 
19,4)6 
21,698 
28,171 
6,786 

27,231 
4,276 
12,311 
25,455 
18,981 

35,946 
27,623 
28,982 
37,193 



314,139 



33,059 
24,654 
29,063 
38,320 



-1.0 



26,549 


-6.7 


18,589 


09 


28595 


-1.0 


39,036 


3.0 


4,660 


-0.3 


28,586 


05 


4,145 


0.6 


10,872 


-5.8 


27 296 


-7.6 


15,707 


2.5 



-4.0 

-6.7 

-2.1 

9.8 



3.6 

-1.6 
6.8 
7.2 

-8.3 

-LI 

-15.7 

2.4 

-3.2 

6.0 

8.9 

13.9 

1.0 

4.S 



3.4 

6.1 

4.0 

11.0 

-U.S 

1.C 
10.1 
-4.» 

-LS 
-«.S 

-3.0 
31.0 

a4 

L« 



VIRGINLA.. 

(Aa most ot the 20 cities Aown In this table have beeome Independent slnee 1H50, they are presented in oomUnatign vlth the ooonticB In which they are loeated, aad of 
whldi they lormerly formed parts, in order to secure comparable population Qgnres for the several censuses oovoed by the table. For popolatlen of oounties and c*" ' ~ 
separately for 1930, 1910, and 1900, see Table 58; lor previous years, see earlier census reports.] 



The state'. 



Albemarle ■ 

Charlottesville city > 
Alle^ianyi 

CIlftoaFcrgecity'. 



Amherst...... 

Anpomattoz.. 
Arlington I 



j^ Alezandriacity> 

Aocitfta',... .......... 

Staunton city >.. 

Bath 

Bedford 

Blandi 



Botetourt'... 
Bnmswick.. 
BndiMsan'.. 
Bu 



Campbell >. 



ipbeiii.. 
lyncbbi 



iurgcity>. 



Caroline 

OaiToU. 

CharleeCitr.. 

Chsriotte 

CbestadMd'. 



duke 

Culpeper 

Cnmberland. 
Dldcensan*.. 



Dtnwiddie' 

Petersburg dt; I.. 

Elisabeth City 

Ksex 

FtMszi 



Taoqaier 

noyd 

Ttavanna. 

nankUn 

J^«darl6ki 

Wfaidiesterdtri. 



ones" 

Oknooter... 
Ooodiland... 
Oiaysan..... 
Qretoe 



40,262 

502 
751 

458 

871 
470 
342 



1,006 

645 

791 
360 

648 
657 

684 

557 

529 
468 
188 
496 
468 

171 
333 
384 
293 



521 

54 
288 

417 

866 

870 
388 

tm 

435 



8W 

223 

287 
426 
166 

807 
814 
512 

280 



Oreeosville 

BUUaz 

Hanover ... 

Henrico' ............i 

Rldimaod ci^ > , 

iVornotesiegardincebaiiMSlnbomidarles, etc.,seep 148. 

> Totals Ipr 190), ISM, and 1880 Indode popuUtico (9,715, 9,246, and 6, 
•aoezed to lUdhinand oily In 1910. Total lor 1860 Inehides popolailan (r 
tndodes population (303,313) of same area, then ccmprising 42 counties. 



\i 



3,3«9,ir 



34,795 
36,693 

21,496 

9,800 
19,771 
9,255 

34,100 

45,294 

6,380 
30,669 
5,593 

16,557 
21,025 
16,441 
14,885 

56,786 

15,954 
21 283 
4,793 
17,540 
20,496 

7,166 
4,100 

13,293 
9,111 

13,542 

48,961 

25,249 

8,643 

21,943 

21,869 

13,116 

8,647 

^,383 

19^344 

11,901 
11,894 

8,863 
19,816 

6,369 

11,606 
41,374 
18,088 

190,639 



57.4 



69.3 
4S.9 

46.9 

26.4 
42.1 
27.1 

1,100.0 



45.0 

11.7 
38.8 
15.6 

30.2 
37.7 
30.0 
25.5 

101.9 



302 
46.5 
25.5 
35.4 
43.8 

41.9 
12.3 
34.6 
31.1 
41.7 

94.0 

467.6 
33.1 
52.6 

32.8 
34.9 

30.0 
37.7 

44.6 

32.3 
53.3 
30.9 
46.6 
41.1 

37.8 
50.8 
35.3 

680.9 



2,061,612 



36,650 
36,636 

19,921 

8,720 
18,932 
8,904 

25,560 



43,049 

6,638 
29,549 
5,154 

17,727 
19,244 
13,334 
16,204 

62,637 

16,596 
21,116 
5,253 
16,786 
21,289 

7,468 

13,473 
9,195 
9,199 



21,226 
9,106 
20,636 

22,536 
14,092 



36,480 
18,«51 

11,623 
13,477 

9,237 
19,856 

6,937 

11,890 
40, OM 
17,200 

161,065 



'1,354,184 



32,570 
34,922 

16,330 

9,037 
17,864 
9,662 

20,968 

39,659 

5,695 

30S5« 

5,497 

17,161 
18,217 
9,692 
15,266 

42,147 

16,709 
19,303 
5,0(0 
16,343 
18,804 

7,927 
4,293 
14,123 
8,996 
7,747 

37,184 

19,460 
9,701 
18,680 

23,374 
16,388 
9,050 
35,963 

18,400 

10,793 
12,833 

9,619 
10,853 

6,214 

8,768 
37; 197 
17,618 

116, lU 



1,656,980 

27,277 
32,379 

9,283 

9,068 
17,551 

9,689 
18,597 



37,006 

4,587 

31,213 

5,129 

14,854 
17,245 
5,867 
14,383 

41,087 

16,681 
16,497 
1,066 
16,077 
16,965 

8,071 
3,836 
13;333 

9,482 
5,077 

30,195 
16,168 
10,047 
16,656 

32,890 

14,405 

9,508 

34,986 

17,880 

9,090 
11,653 

9,958 
14,394 

5,622 

8,230 
34,424 
17,402 

1«,304 



'1,518,568 

• 24,408 
32,618 

5,586 

10,377 
18,709 
10,080 

17,546 

35,710 

4,482 
31,205 
5,00( 

14,809 
16,797 
5,604 
15,540 

36,250 

17,243 
13,323 
5;S13 
16,633 
18,044 

7,682 
3,794 
13:408 
10,540 



35,375 

10,688 
11,032 
16,035 

32,993 
13,256 

10,802 
25,084 

17,653 

8,794 
11,876 
10,292 
U,068 

5,830 

8,407 
33,588 
18,588 

82,703 



1,215,113 



20,409 
27,544 

3,674 

9,878 
14,900 
8,950 

16,765 

28,763 
3,796 

25,327 
4,000 

11,329 
13,427 
3,777 
13,371 

28,384 

16,128 
9,147 
4975 
14,513 
18,470 

6,670 
2,943 
12227 
8,143 



80,703 

8,303 
9,927 
12,962 

19,690 
9,834 
9,875 

18,264 

16,596 

5,875 
10,211 
10,313 
9,587 
4,634 

6,363 
27,828 
16,455 

60,179 



'1,596,318 >1,«1,661 



18,586 
26,625 



17,890 
25,800 

6,765 3,615 



10,741 
13,742 
8,889 
12,662 



27,749 

3,676 
25,068 



11,616 
14,809 
2,793 
15,212 

26,197 

18,464 
8,012 
5,609 
14 471 
19,016 

7,146 
3,553 
12,063 
9,961 



30,198 

5,798 
10,469 
11,834 

21,706 
<336 
1^363 
20,098 

16,646 

6,888 
10,990 
10,650 
8,263 
5,022 

6,374 
26^630 
17,222 

61,616 



9,770 
12,699 
9,193 

10,008 

34,<U0 

3,436 
24,080 



14,908 
13,894 



13,837 
23,245 

18,450 
5,909 
5,200 
18,955 
17,489 

7,353 



12,282 
9,751 



25,118 

4,580 
10,306 
10,683 

20,868 
0,458 
9,487 

17,430 

15,976 

6,570 
10,597 
10,863 
6,677 
4,400 

5,639 
26,962 
16,153 
43,672 



13.0 


11.2 


-6.1 


12.5 


0.2 


4.9 


7.9 


22.0 


12.4 
4.4 

3.9 


-3.S 

6.0 

-7.8 


33.4 


22.0 


6.2 


a6 


-2.3 
3.8 
8.6 


16.9 
-2.7 
-6.2 


-6.6 

9.3 

2S.2 

-2.1 


8.3 

6.6 

27.3 

-0.4 


8.1 


24.7 


-3.0 

a8 

-8.8 
11.1 
-3.8 


-0.7 
9.4 
4.2 
2.9 
13.3 


-4.1 
-13.0 
-1.3 
-0.9 
47.2 


-5.8 
9.7 

-4.6 
2.2 
18.7 


23.7 


6.4 


N.O 

-0.3 

6.9 


9.1 
-6.1 
10.5 


-2.9 

-6.9 

2.7 

-0.7 


-3.6 

-8.4 

-8.0 

2.0 


3.7 


1.4 


2.4 
-4.7 
-4.0 
-0.2 
-8.2 


7.7 

-3.8 

-8.0 

17.8 

11.6 


-X4 

3.3 
5.2 


-3.4 


26.2 


31.3 



191 « 

7.9 

75.* 

-as 

LS 

as 

12.7 



7.S 

32.0 

-2.T 
7. a 

15. S 
5.6 

65.3 
6.1 

2.6 

0.2 
34.6 
-0.» 

1.8 
10.8 

-1.8 
11.0 
6.7 

-5.1 
63.6 

3.7 

30.4 

-3.4 

11.6 

3.5 

6.8 

-4.8 

S.» 

a.» 



18.7 
10.1 
-4.4 
17.1 
10.8 

18.8 
8.1 
1.3 

11.1 



respaotlvely} of Manchester dty, made independent of Chesterfield Coonty In 1874 and 
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Tabm 49.-AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1866 TO IWO-Cimtiiiaed. 

(A BinM lies (— ) denotas deonua.] 





T^iid 
ares In 
aqoare 
mUes: 

itao. 




TOPUUinOM. 




IflM 


1»M 


IfOO 


18M 


1880 


MM 


18M 


18M 


Per cento! increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
oUe. 


MIO 

to 
uao. 


IMO 

to 
I»10. 


MM 

to 

IMO. 



VXROINIA— Oontiaiied. 



bleofWifbt 

lamssCitr 

King and Qoetn.., 



lung 



I«aiioan... 
Loate. 



Ifatbews. 

Haddanborg.. 



Kontgomtrri 

Badfordcityi.. 
Nanaamoodi 

SafKdkelty'... 



Ndaon 

McwKeot 

N<vfalk> 

N«c^oli^> 

Fortsnuxito elty'. 



Nor aumi ) 
M<RtiiinDil 
Nottoway. 
Onnge... 
rv»- 



FatriA 

Pitt^lranlai 

Danville ott7> 

Potrbatan 

Prince Edward... 



FiinoeOeorte' 

HopewMloityi. 

Prince WBUam 

Princess Amw 

Pulaski 



Rappahannook 

RMunood 

Boanoke' 

Roanoke eitT> 

Bookbridgei 

Buana Vista oityi. 



Rodrtngham' 

BarrisonbnrgoitT > 

RnaseU' 

8«ott>._ 

Shenandoah 



Smyth..... — 

Boinhanipton. ........... . 

8patsylTsnia> 

Frederioksborg oit y > . , 
Stafford 



Barry, 



Ttae«ell> 

Wairen. 

■WtnriAt 

Newport News eity * 

WasiiinRtai' 



▼estmi 
Wlse>.. 
Wythsi 
Yik... 



BrlstoleitTi. 
loraiand... 



«3 

314 
IM 
330 

180 
MS 
IM 
448 

n» 

US 
4M 
334 

M 

OOv 

u« 

401 
423 

473 

lei 

4U 



239 
205 
310 
3» 
323 



485 

} 1,014 

273 
3M 

2»4 

345 
27» 



274 
204 

305 
<1« 



870 

4M 
543 
510 

435 
«04 

4U 

274 

273 
515 
531 
21« 

C8 



<0I 

252 
430 
470 
13« 



10,238 

4«n 

14,433 
«,138 
9,151 

5,752 
3,730 
9,757 
25,203 
20^577 

17,«9 
16, IM 
9,595 
8,447 
3i;206 

8,167 
23,222 

39^322 

17, 2n 
4,641 

127,622 



17,852 
11,518 
14,101 
13,320 
14,770 

15,860 

78,082 

6,653 
14,707 

M,313 

13,6M 
13,635 
17,111 

8,070 
7,434 

73,237 
34,537 

35,923 
36,7M 

m 

33,125 

37,555 

10,453 

8,104 

0,305 
13,834 
37,840 

8,863 

47,018 



38,106 

10,240 

40, SW 

30,317 

8,046 



45.6 
ll.T 
46.0 
37.4 
38.6 

33.0 
33.3 
76.1 
66.7 
39.0 

83.1 
S5.6 

3*. 6 
80.9 
46.6 

56.9 
67.9 

M.3 



36.5 

23.8 



648.3 



74,7 
86.3 
46.7 
37.1 
45.9 

34.7 

78.9 

».0 
ti.5 

48.7 

39.0 
48.8 

51.4 

29.6 
36.4 

340.1 
39.8 



41.0 
64.0 

m 

60.9 
45.8 

39i8 

39.8 

33. S 
24.9 
63.4 
41.0 

881.3 

84.7 

4a8 
110.7 
43.3 
59.3 



16,5 
1^7 



18,489 
5,317 

14,929 
8,338 
9,576 

6,378 
8,647 
9,763 
33,840 
31,107 

1,578 

l£055 
8,933 
2^9M 

8,853 
31,470 

28,888 

16,821 
4,683 

153,386 



18,873 
10,777 
l£463 
^488 
14,147 

17,105 

69,729 

6,0M 
14,208 

7,848 

12,036 
11,528 
17,246 

8,044 
7,416 

54,497 
24,418 



34, 9U 

23,474 
2^814 
30,942 

M.338 
16,303 

16,809 

8,070 

9,718 
13,864 
24,946 

8,689 

26,246 



39,on 

9,313 
34^183 
30,373 

7,767 



19,366 
8,647 

13,103 
5,733 
9,365 

6,918 
8,3M 
8,949 
19,856 
21,948 

16,517 
11,706 
10,218 
8,239 
36,551 

8,220 
19, IM 

23,078 

16,076 
4,866 

114,881 



13,770 
9,846 
12, 3M 
13,571 
U,794 

15,403 

63,414 

6,834 
15,016 

7,782 

11,113 
11,193 
14,609 

8,843 
7,068 

87,333 
34,187 



81,697 

18,081 
22,094 
M,253 

17,121 
32,848 

14,307 

8,007 

8,4m 
13;082 
23,384 

8,837 

34,533 



33,574 

9,343 
19,853 
»,437 

7,483 



18,208 
5,352 

11,313 
5,643 
9,669 

6,641 
9,6W 
7^191 
18,216 
23,374 

16,997 
11,373 
10,225 
^584 
25,359 

7,458 
17,742 

19,092 

16,336 
5,511 

77,088 



1^313 
7;8M 
11,583 
13,814 
13,093 

14,147 

59,941 

6,791 
14,694 

7,873 

9,806 

9,510 

12, 7W 

8,678 
7,140 

M,101 
23,062 

3I,3to 

16,136 
21,694 
19,671 

13,360 

M,078 

14,333 

7,303 



11,100 
19,899 
8,380 

0,650 



39,0M 

8,3W 
9,345 
18,019 
7,5M 



16,000 
5,184 

10,573 
5,422 

10,503 

6,387 
8,751 
6,1H 
15,116 
33,634 

18,943 
11. 8M 
1%663 
TJSOl 
24,610 

6,353 
16,093 

15,903 

16,536 
5,516 

58,657 



9,153 
7,929 
11,156 
13,052 
9,965 



52,589 

7,817 
14,668 



8,861 

9,1M 
9,394 

8,756 

9,281 
7,1W 

13,106 
20,003 

29,567 
13,900 
17,233 
18,204 

12, IM 
18,013 

14,818 

7,311 

7,391 
10,063 

7,399 
2,258 

35,203 

&84e 

7;773 

14,318 

7.340 



12,303 
4,151 
8,3M 
4,425 
9,709 

5,742 
7,516 
5,355 
13,368 
30,029 

16,333 
10,408 

6,3M 
2^318 

4, Ml 
13^558 

11,576 

13,898 
4,381 

46,703 



8,048 
£863 
^391 
10, 3M 
8,463 

10,161 

31,343 

7,667 
13,004 

7,8M 

7,504 
8,273 
6,538 

8,261 
6,60B 

9,3W 
16,058 



23,068 

11,106 
13,038 
14,836 

8,898 
13,385 
U,738 

8,430 

5,585 
7,885 
10,791 
6,716 

1,873 



18,818 

7,683 
4,785 
11,611 
7,1M 



13,105 
4,319 
9,977 
6,798 

10,328 

6,571 
8,530 
5,151 
11,033 
31,774 

16,701 

ii,m 

^854 
^Ml 
30, OM 

4,364 

10,617 

13,693 

13,015 
5,884 

36,327 



7,833 

tJssi 

8,836 
10,851 
8,109 

9,359 

32,104 

8,392 
11,844 

8,411 

8,565 

7,714 
S;416 

8,850 
6,856 

8,048 
17,248 



23,408 
10, 2M 

13,n6 

8,953 
13,916 

18,076 

8,555 

6,133 
10,175 
9,9M 
8,443 

1,740 



16,893 

8,383 
4,508 
13,306 
4,940 



»,t/n 

4,337 
9,353 
4,030 
10,319 

5,971 
8,779 
4,708 
10,367 
23,079 

16, 681 
11,893 
9,331 
6,714 
30, 6M 

4,394 



13,283 

13,758 
6,004 

33, OM 



7,498 
7,346 
8,437 
10,067 
7,6M 

9,609 

38, 7M 

8,178 
11,857 

7,J»6 

8,129 
7,609 
5,118 

9,782 
6,448 

8,477 
16,045 

M,294 
11,919 
9,839 
13,768 

8,162 
13,521 

14,911 

8,044 

5,679 
9,8» 
9,943 
6,6OT 

1.546 



14,813 

8, on 



13,034 
4,4n 



9.6 
-7.3 
-3.8 
-3.3 
-4.3 

-9.7 
3.1 
0.1 
8.1 

-X8 

3.1 
19.4 
-4.6 
-5.3 

7.8 

-7.9 
8.1 

9.1 



1.7 
-3.0 



48.3 



7.1 
6.9 
8.3 
-1.3 
4.4 

-3.0 

U.9 

7.4 
3.5 

82.4 

13.0 

18.2 

-0.8 

0.3 
0.3 

84.4 
0.5 



3.9 

14.1 

4.0 

-0.6 

8.9 
4.8 

4.1 

0.4 

-4.3 

-6.1 

11.8 

3.1 

79.1 



ai, 
io.o" 

16.1 

-0.8 

8.7 



-4.3 
-5.8 
13.9 
10.0 
3.4 

-II 

9.0 

».l 

-3.6 

0.4 
9.3 
-1.6 
3.3 
9.1 

7.7 
U.8 

18.6 



-11 
33.6 



31.1 
9.5 
8.9 
7.8 
3.6 

11.6 

10.0 

-10.6 
-5.3 

1.3 

8.2 
3.0 
18.1 

-0.0 
4.6 

46.0 
0.9 



4.1 
M.1 
4.9 
3.4 

18.7 
15.1 

10.6 

-a 3 

14.7 

13.1 

6.7 

-Z8 

7.0 



18.4 

0.8 
73.8 
-0.3 

8.7 



5.3 

5.5 

15.8 

1.6 

-4.3 

4.3 

-U.8 

34.4 

9,0 

-8.T 

-U 
3.0 

-0.1 
8.6 
4.7 

IftS 

8.a 

17.3 

4.8 
-U.7 

40.1 



33.8 
34.9 

6.8 
-1.9 

5.4 

8.9 

8.S 

0.5 
2.4 

,-1.6 

13.3 
17.7 
14.2 

1.9 
-0.8 

24.0 
4.9 



7.1 

ir.s 

4.6 
3.0 

28.3 
13.8 

10.0 

l\ 
17.5 
6.7 

268.8 



18.7 

10.0 
110.1 

13.4 
-1.S 



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POPULATION. 



Tabue 4».— area and POPULATION OF OOUNTIBS OR EQUIVALBNT DIVISrONSt 1850 TO 1920— Oontrmied. 

[A. minos sign (->) danotCB daonta*.] 





XmM 
an* in 
square 
mUes: 

19101 


FOrUUTtOK. 


OOUMTT. 


IMO 


mo 


1900 


18S0 


1880 


1870 


18*0 


1860 


Percent of Increaie. 




Total. 

1 


Per 
square 
mUe. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1800 

to 

1900. 



WASHINOTONj 

Pn ooinpu t ing the Increase from 1890 to 1900 far eettata eo un t l e a , the population of Indian reaerraUaB hi 1900 has been deduoted tram the total popabttm otthe aaanty 
in ordfif to malce it oompwable with the total for 1800, wbioh does liot include the popolatioa of Indian reservations. ThejxipulatlaQ thus deducted for the semnl 
oonoties wu as foUowi: CbUam, 417; Grays Harbor, 193; Jofterson, 3J; King, 146; Kitsap, 139; Otamngan, 724; akaglt, 275; Siudiomlsb, 468; Stevens, 589; Whatoom, 
389; YaUaa, 2,219.] 



The stat«> 84,ne 



Adams'.. 
Asotin'.. 
Benton >. 
Chelan >.. 
Clallam. . 



Clarice 

Colnmblai. 

COWlItE.... 

Douglas >... 
Ferry" 



1,912 
806 

1,671 
3,900 
1,726 

634 

858 

1,153 

1,787 

2,320 

1,206 

894 

2,720 

1,869 

206 

1,805 
2,111 
371 
2,329 
1,825 



■Lnris 2,369 

Unoolnt 2,303 

Hasoni 930 

Okanogan' 5,321 

Paciflo ! 896 



Pranklln' 

Garfield' 

Grant' 

Gays Harbor'., 
Island' 



Jafleraoo... 

King 

Kitsap 

Kittitas'... 
KlickiUt'. 



1,381 
1,701 
178 
1,774 
1,685 



Snohomish' 3,084 

Spolune ' 1,758 



Pend OrsOle '. 

Pierce 

San Juan' 

Skagit' 

Skamania..... 



Stevens' 

Thurston 

WataUakum. 



3,506 
70* 
287 



WaUaWalla' 1,385 

Wbatcoml 3,082 

Whitman! I 2,108 

Yakima' 5,059 



1.388,821 

9,823 
8,539 

^^ 
11,368 

32,805 
8,003 

11,791 
9,392 
6,143 

5,877 
3,875 
7,7n 
44,745 
5,489 

6,557 

380,273 

33,182 

17,737 

9,288 

38,840 
16,141 
4,019 
1^004 
14,881 

6,383 

144,137 

3,805 

33,373 

2,367 

67,890 
141,289 
21,606 
22,388 
T,473 

37,589 
50,600 
11,333 
83,710 



30.8 



5.0 
10.8 
8.5 
7.2 
8.8 

51.7 
7.1 

las 

5.3 
3.3 

4.9 

6.8 

- 2.9 

23.9 

28.4 

3.6 

184.4 

80.4 

7.8 

5.1 

15.6 
6.6 
6.3 
S.3 

18.6 

4.7 
84.7 
2a3 
18.8 

1.4 

33.8 
SOiS 
8.6 
31.6 
13.0 

31.8 
24.3 
14.0 
12.8 



1,141,990 



10,920 

7,937 
16,104 
6,765 

28,115 
7,042 

12,681 
9,327 
4,800 

5,153 
4,199 
8,898 
85,500 
4,704 

8,337 
384,838 
17,847 
18,581 
10,180 

83,127 
17,539 
5,166 
13,887 
12,633 



130,813 

3,603 

39,341 

2,887 

60,209 
139,404 

K,%n 

ir,681 
3,285 

31,931 
49,611 
33,380 
41,700 



518,103 I >3t7,332 



4,840 
3,388 



3,931 
5,803 

13,419 
7,128 
7,877 
4,928 
4,583 

486 
3,918 



15,124 
1,870 

5,712 
110,053 
6,767 
9,704 
6,407 

15,167 
11,989 
3,810 
4,888 
6,983 



56,516 
3,928 

14,273 
1,688 

23,960 
67,643 

9,927 
2,819 

18,680 
34,116 
35,380 
13,482 



3,098 
I.6S0 



2,771 

11,709 
8,70* 
5,917 
3,181 



686 
3,807 



9,248 
1,787 

8,388 
83,989 
4,834 
8,777 
6,187 

11,4*9 
9,812 
2,828 
1,487 
4,358 



50,940 
3,073 
8,747 

774 

8,614 

37,487 

4,341 

9,875 

2,528 

13,224 

18,591 

19,10* 

4,429 



TS,118 



838 

5,480 
7,103 
3,0«2 



9S1 

1,067 

1,713 
8,910 
1,738 



4,056 
3,800 



1,616 



3,319 
948 



809 

1,387 
4,363 
1,345 
3,270 
1,588 

8,718 
3,137 
7,0M 
2,811 



33,965 



408 
3,081 



730 



401 

638 

1,288 

3,120 

866 



329 



280 



738 



1,40* 
564 



% 



133 
500 



734 

2,248 

370 

6,300 
534 



433 



11,S»4 



149 
2,364 



406 



385 

394 

631 
302 
544 



230 
384 



163 
'426' 



1,116 



17S 



998 



1,607 
42 

1,318 
353 



*U.8 I 110.4 



-11.9 
12.1 
37.4 
3&4 
88.3 

36.8 

-13.6 

-6.1 

1.8 

7.1 

14.1 
-7.7 
-10i7 
26.7 
18.7 

-3L4 
36.8 
87.9 
-4.4 
-9.0 

14.7 
-13.7 
-4.8 
32.8 
18.8 



19.3 

ai 

14.1 
-18.4 

14.3 

L4 

-14.6 

27.2 

6.7 

-13.8 

X2 

-5.9 

82.7 



129.8 
73.2 



284.2 
20.8 

04.8 
-1.2 
6«.6 
87.3 
6.2 

9eOL3 
7.3 



135.3 
U1.6 

48.0 
168.6 

lea 8 

91.3 
68.9 

112.0 
48.5 
35.3 
174.8 
109.6 



117.6 
23.1 

104.9 
71.0 

147.2 
142.3 
138.9 
77.1 
18.6 

7a9 
105.3 

31.2 
209.8 



41.0 



130.7 
1U.0 



87.2 

14.8 
ft.3 
33.1 
66^8 



-3a 3 

a 8 



61.4 
4.8 

-33.3 

71.8 
43.3 

ia8 

24.0 

31.8 
38.6 
34.8 
17a8 
37.3 



9.0 
41.8 

eao 

118.1 

175.8 
53.5 

i3as 
2.8 
11.8 

52LB 
37.8 
32.7 
153.8 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



The state' I M,81t 



Barbour.. 
Berkeley. 

Boone 

Btaxton.. 
^tooke... 

Cabell.... 
Calhoun.. 



Doddridge.. 
Payette'... 



Gilmer 

Grant 

Oceenbrter-'. 
Bampsbira'. 
Banooek 



Bardy 
Harris 



Jefferson... 
Kanawha.. 



Lmris. 



Lonn'.... 
Ma>oweU. 
Marion.... 



348 
31S 
805 
617 
88 

361 
288 
883 
317 

867 



461 

•98 

648 

8} 

574 
418 
^481 
311 
880 

393 
418 
438 
633 

315 



i;4t3,ia 


88.9 


i,«n.u» 


•58,800 


18,038 
34,564 
16,819 
23, «3 
18,527 


51.8 
75.6 
30.3 
48.4 

185.7 


15,858 
31,999 
10,331 
33,033 
11,0*8 


14,198 
19,489 

8,194 
18,904 

7,319 


85,746 
10,388 
11^488 
1^078 
80,377 


351.9 
36.9 
84.8 
37.8 
90.6 


48,885 
11,368 
10,333 
13,673 
61,908 


?o:^ 

?3« 
13,689 
31,987 


10,688 
8,993 
36,343 
11,713 
19,976 


32.3 
19.5 
28.3 
18.1 

3«a7 


11,379 
7,833 
34,833 
11,894 
10,485 


11,782 
7,275 
20^683 
11,808 
6;693 


9,801 
74,793 
18,858 
15,729 
119,860 


18.7 
1T9.8 
4a5 
74.6 
189.1 


9,183 
48,381 
30,958 
16 88* 
81,457 


8,449 
27,800 
22,987 
16,935 
54;698 


30,455 

19,378 
41,008 
88,571 
64,571 


52.0 
48.4 
93.8 
128.7 
173.2 


18,381 
30,491 
14,476 
47,866 
42.794 


18,980 
15,434 
6,955 
18,747 
32,430 



788, 7H 

12,702 
18,702 
6,885 

13,938 
8,680 

23,606 
8,166 
i,669 
12,183 
30,643 

9,746 
6,802 
18,034 
11,419 
6,414 

7,587 
21,919 
19,021 
15,563 
43,758 

16,895 
11,348 
11,101 
7,300 
20,721 



818,467 

11,870 
17^380 
6,824 
9,787 
8,013 

13,744 
8,073 
3,480 
10,662 
11,560 

7,108 
5,542 
15,060 
10,386 
4,883 

30;iS 
16,313 
15,005 
32,466 

13,389 
8,739 
7,33* 
3,074 

17,198 



«>«,8U 

10,313 
14,900 
4,653 
6,480 

5,484 

6,439 
3,939 
2,198 
7,076 
8,647 

4,338 
4,467 
11,417 
7,843 
4,863 

5,618 
16,714 
10,300 
13,219 
22,849 

10,176 
5,053 
5,134 
1,963 

13,107 



(') 

8,958 
13,825 
4,840 
4,993 
5,404 

8,020 
2,502 
1,787 
5,303 
6,997 

3,789 



11,311 
13,913 
4,445 

9,884 
13,790 

8,306 
14,536 
18,160 

7,999 



4,938 

1.535 

13,723 



(') 

9,006 
11,771 
3,237 
4,213 
5,054 

6,399 



3,750 
3,955 

3,475 



10,033 
14,086 

4,060 

9,543 
11,738 

8,644 
15,857 
15,853 

10,031 

"'8,'636 

'i6,'553 



t9.9 


17.4 


U.7 


11.7 


11.6 


13.0 


48.3 


38.1 


4.1 


31.8 


48.9 


53.7 


40.8 


59.6 


-8.8 


9.7 


13.2 


34.1 


-6.5 


-7.4 


18.3 


62.3 


-8.2 


-3.3 


14.7 


7.7 


6.7 


30.1 


0.2 


-0.9 


90.9 


58.4 


4.8 


8.6 


64.6 


74.7 


-U.O 


-8.8 


-1.0 


-as 


48.9 


48.9 


11.9 


7.7 


-6.4 


32.8 


183.3 


108.1 


43.3 


165.3 


27.5 


33.0 



».? 

U.8 
4.1 
19.0 
36.7 

8.4 

34.0 

#:S 

1X4 
66.7 

30.1 

14.7 
3.4 
4.S 

11.7 
38.3 
30.0 
2.5 
27.0 

6.8 

37.2 

-37.8 

166.8 

68.5 



* For rates of increase or decrease for combinations of new counties with those from wUch formed, see Table 34, p. 41. 
> For notes legardinc changes in boundaries, etc., see p. 148. 

* State total for UOJlnclaoes population (7,843) of Indian reservations specially enumerated, not distributed by counties. 

* Population of Spokane County returned as pert of Stevens County in 1870. 

< Area now constitutbig West Vlrghila formed part of Virginia In 1860 and 1850. Totals for those years (378,688 for 1860 and 333,313 tor 1890) ineludecf in Vinclniat 
state totals (p. 134>. 



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Tabmi A».-ARRL and population OP COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1880 TO m30— Continued. 

(A mlnDs tlga (— ) denotes decrease.] 





Land 
area In 
square 
mUes: 
1020. 


rOFUlAllOK. 


COUSTT. 


1990 


1*10 


1800 


1800 


1880 


1870 


18«» 


18fi0 


Per cent of Increase. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mile. 


ino 

to 

itao. 


1900 

to 

1010. 


18S0 
to 
1900. 



■WEST VTRCaNlA— Contiiiued. 



llanhall.... 

Hkod 

Hercer' 

Hinerali.... 
Hb«o> 

HQOonnalla. 
Ifonroe >..... 

Sorgan 

Niebolas...., 
Ohio 

Panriletan... 
Pleasants.... 
Pocahontas.. 

Prestoo 

Putnam..... 

BaWch'.... 
Raodolpb... 

Rttdiie 

Boana 

Summers'.. 

Taylor 

Toeker 

Tyhr 

Upshur 

Wayne 

Webster.... 

Wetsel 

WW 

Wood 

Wyoming'.. 



UO 
475 
41» 
M9 

41« 

V» 
4ST 
233 
<S0 
107 

fltt 
133 
904 
«50 
330 

W7 

1,036 

433 

323 

3M 

175 
406 
380 
361 
517 

683 
367 
218 
304 
602 



33,081 
31,460 
49,568 
10,849 
30,3(4 

33,(18 
18,141 
8,357 
30,717 
(3,803 

?;^ 

15,003 
^908 
17,531 

43,483 
20,804 
10, 508 
20,129 
19,003 

18,742 I 
1(,7»1 
14,180 
17,851 I 
28,012 

11,S«2 
33,009 \ 
7,536! 
43,306' 
15,180 



108.0 
46.2 

1183 
56.9 
63.4 

90.9 
28.8 
35.0 

30^5 



U.8 
5&.9 
16. ( 
48.1 
52.3 

71.2 
25.9 
38.4 
38.6 
51.7 

107.1 
41.6 
54.8 
60.9 
60.3 

19. S 
84.6 
34.8 
118.3 
30.2 



32,388 
23,019 
38,371 
16,074 
19,431 

34,884 
13,066 
7,848 
17,6(9 
67,672 

9,84« 

8,074 

14,740 

26,841 

18,687 



28,088 
17,876 
21,643 
18,430 

18,554 
18,675 
18,211 
16,629 
24,081 

9,680 
23,866 

9,047 
38,001 
10,392 



28,444 
24,142 
23,023 
12,883 
11,869 

19,049 
13,130 
7,394 
11,403 
48,034 

9,1(7 

(.345 

8,572 

22,727 

17,330 



8,862 
22,880 
10,384 
34,452 

8,380 



30,736 
33,888 
16,003 
12,085 



15,706 

13,439 

6,744 

9,300 

41,657 

8,711 
7,639 
6,814 
30,366 
14,343 



13,438 
17,670 
18,901 
19,863 
18,386 


9,607 
11,(33 
16,(21 
15,303 
13,117 


14,978 
13,433 
18,353 
14,696 
23,619 


12,147 
(,469 
11,9(2 
12,714 
18,663 



4,783 
16,841 

9,411 
28,612 

8,347 



18,840 
22,293 
7,467 
8,630 



14,985 
11,501 
5,777 
7,333 
37,457 

8,032 
6,256 
6,691 
19,091 
11,376 

7,867 
8,108 
13,474 
12,184 
9,038 

11,455 
3,161 
11,073 
10,249 
14,730 

3,207 
13,896 

7,104 
25,006 

4,322 



14,941 
15,978 
7,084 
0,333 



M,S47 
U,13l 

4,316 
4,468 
28,831 

8,465 
3,012 
4,0(0 
14,555 
7,794 

3,673 
5,663 
9,066 
7,232 



9,367 
1,907 
7,832 
8,023 

7,862 

1,730 
8,696 
4,804 
19,000 
3,171 



12,997 
9,173 
6,819 



U,0I8 

10,757 
3,732 
4,637 

32,433 

6,U4 
2,946 
8,858 
13,313 
6,301 

8,867 
4,990 
6,847 
5,381 



7,468 
1,428 
6,517 
7,8»3 

6,747 

1,556 
6,703 
3. 751 
11,048 
2,861 



10,138 
7,530 
4,223 



13,387 

10,204 
3,557 
3,963 

18,000 

5,795 



8,698 
11,708 
5,335 

1,765 
6,243 
3,902 



5,367 
■6,'498' 



4,760 



4,284 
3,353 
9,4.iO 
1,645 



4.0 
-6.8 
29.3 
10.0 
36.7 

38.2 
0.7 
(.6 

17.1 
0.3 

1.2 

-8.6 
1.8 
(.3 

-8.7 

06.7 

3.0 

-7.7 

-0.6 

3.( 

18.2 

-lai 

-12.5 
7.3 
8.0 

19.4 
-3.3 
-16.7 
11.3 
46.1 



22.6 
-4.7 
66.7 
29.4 
71.1 

27.7 
-a6 
7.6 
66. 3 
19.9 

3.0 

-18.6 
73.0 
16.9 
7.8 

106.1 
47.3 

-5.4 
8.6 
18.3 

' 10.5 
39.0 

-11.2 

13.3 

2.0 

9.2: 
4.3 
-12.0 ' 
10.3 1 
24.0 I 



77. S 
8.6 

43.0 
6.6 



I 



I 



21.3 
5.0 
8.3 
33.5 
15.8 

(.9 

34.0 
35.8 
11.7 
30.8 

2B.» 
51.9 
13.7 
29.7 
9t.O 

23.3 
108.0 
61.6 
16.8 
2(.( 

85.8 
35.0 
ft.3 
20.4 
34.1 



WISCONSIN. 

|In oompating the peroentaga of Increase trom 1890 to 1900 for certain counties, the p<q>alation of Indian reservations in 1900 has been dedtieted from the total papulation 
of the county fat order to make It oomparable with the total for 1890, whfch does not include the popoiatton of Indian reserrotions. The population thus deductedfor 
the several counties was as follows: Ashland, 627; Bayfield, 398; Brown, (95; Oconto, 232; Outagamie, 1,009; Sawyer, 873; Shawano, 1,631.] 



The state' 8S,8M 



Adams'... 
Ashland'. 
Barron'... 
Bayfield'. 
Brown ' . . . 



Bofhtloi .. 
Burnett'.. 
Calnmet... 
Chlrawwai 



Odnmbia.. 
Oawfordi. 

Dane 

Dodge 

Doori 



Donglasi 

Duimi. ... 

EanClairei... 

FloreDC*' 

Food dn Lao. 



Forest' 

Orant 

Ortao 

QreenLakei. 
Iowa 



Iroai 

JMksoni. 

Jefferson. 
Jnneau'.. 
Ktoosba. 



Kewaunee'. 
LaCrcsae'.. 
Lafayette. . 
Langlade'.. 



684 
1,082 

885 
1,603 

629 

687 

860 

324 

1,039 

1,218 

778 
579 
1,202 
897 
469 

1,337 
869 
638 
407 
726 

1,017 

1,169 

693 

3(0 

781 

792 
990 
552 
803 
282 

SS7 
481 
842 
876 
908 



S,(3t,(t7 



9,287 
24,638 
34,281 
17,201 
61,889 

15,615 
10,735 
17,228 
36,482 
35,130 

30,468 
16,772 
80,432 
49,742 
19,073 

49,771 
26,970 
35,771 
3,603 
56,119 

9,860 
39,044 
21,666 
14,876 
21,504 

10,261 
17,746 
35,002 
19,209 
61,284 

16,091 
44,365 
20,002 
21,471 
21,084 



47. ( 



13. < 
22.7 
38.7 
11.4 
117.0 

22.7 
12.6 
63.2 
35.1 
28.8 

39.2 
29.0 
74.4 
55.5 
4a7 

87.2 

31.0 

66.1 

7.2 

77.8 

9.7 
33.4 
36.4 

41.3 
27.6 

13.0 

17.9 

63.4 

° 24.0 

181.9 

47.7 
92.3 
31.2 
24.6 
23.4 



3,333,8(0 



8,604 
21,965 
29,114 
15,987 
54,098 

16,006 
9,026 
18,701 
32,103 
30,074 

31,129 
16,288 
77,435 
47,436 
18,711 

47,422 
25,260 
32,721 
3,381 
51,610 

6,782 
39,007 
21,841 
15,491 
23,497 

8,306 
17,075 
34,306 
19,509 
22,029 

16,784 
43,996 
20,076 
17,062 
19,064 



X,0tl,0tt 



■1,1*3,830 



9,141 
20,176 
23,677 
14,392 
46,360 

16,765 
7,478 
17,078 
83,037 
25,848 

31,121 
17,286 
69,435 
46,631 
17,583 

36,335 
25,043 
31,692 
3,197 
47,589 

1,396 
38,881 
22,719 
15,797 
23,114 

6,616 
17,468 
34,789 
20,629 
21,707 

17,212 
42,997 
20, KO 
12,563 
16,269 



6,889 
20,083 
15,416 

7,390 
39,164 

15,997 
4.393 
16,639 
25,143 
17,708 

28,350 
15,987 
69,578 
44,984 
15,682 

13,468 
22,664 
■30,673 
2,604 
44,088 

1,012 
36,661 
22,732 
16,163 
22,117 



16,797 
33,630 
17,121 
15,681 

18,153 
38,801 
30,285 
9,465 
12,008 



1,816,4(7 1,0(4,(70 



6,741 

1,559 

7,024 

5(4 

34,078 

15,628 
3,140 
16,632 
16,491 
10,715 

28,065 
16,644 
53,233 
45,931 
11,645 

655 
16,817 
19,903 



46,869 



37,862 
21,729 
14,483 
23,628 



13,285 
32,156 
15,582 
13,560 

16,807 
27,073 
21,279 
686 
3,011 



6,601 

221 

538 

344 

25,168 

11,123 
706 

12,335 
8,311 
3,450 

28,803 
13,075 
»,096 
47,035 
4,019 

1,122 
9,488 
10,769 



46,273 



37,979 
23,611 
13,195 
24,544 



7,687 
34,040 
12,372 
U,147 

10,128 
20,287 
22,659 



776,881 



6,488 

615 

13 

353 

11,796 

3,8(4 

12 

7,896 

1,896 

789 

24,441 
8,068 
43,923 
42,818 
2,948 

813 
2,704 
3,162 



34,154 



31,180 
19,808 
12,683 
18,967 



4,170 
30,438 

8,770 
18,900 

6,530 
12,186 
18,134 



6,391 



187 



489 
6,215 



1,743 
615 



9,565 
2,498 
16,639 
19,138 



14,510 



16,160 
8,666 



9,525 



15,317 



10,784 



U,631 



18.8 18.8 88.8 



7.9 
11.7 
17.7 

7.8 
14.4 

-2.4 
18.9 
3.3 
13.6 
16.8 

-3.1 
8.0 
15.6 
4.9 
1.9 

6.0 
6.8 
9.3 
6.6 
8.7 

46.2 

ai 
-a 3 

-4.0 
-4.4 

23.5 

3.9 

2.1 

-1.8 

66.7 

-4.1 
0.8 

-0 4 
26.8 
10.6 



-6.9 
8.9 
23.0 
11.1 
16.7 

-4.5 
2a7 
-2.2 
-2.8 
18.3 

i'L 
11.5 
1.7 
6.4 

30.6 
0.9 
3.2 
5.8 
8.4 

385.8 

a3 
-4.7 
-1.9 
-2.7 

25.6 
-J. 2 
-1.4 
-5.1 

61.7 

-2.5 
2.3 

-4.2 
36.9 
17.2 



82.7 
-2.6 
53.6 
89.4 
16.6 

4.8 
70.2 

2.8 
31.4 
46.0 

9.8 
8.1 

16.5 
3.7 

12.1 

ua.8 
las 

3.3 

22.8 

7.9 

87.9 
(.1 

-ai 
4.3 
4.6 



lao 

8.8 
30.6 
88.8 

6.0 

las 

3.4 
33.6 
36.5 



> For notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., see p. 148. 

• Total for 1890 includes population (6,460) of Indian isaeinlhjMB apedaUy enumerated, not distributed by counties. 

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TAMJt 49.— AREA AND POPULATION OF COUNTIES OR EQUIVALENT DIVISIONS: 1860 TO Wao-Coiitiiiued. 

(A minus sign (— ) denotes decrease.] 





Land 
area in 
square 
miles: 
isao. 










P0P0I.AIIOK. 


- 








IWO 


IMO 


1MM> 


18M 


1880 


1870 


uw 


18(0 


Percent oriocrease. 




Total. 


Per 
square 
mUe. 


IMO 

to 

itao. 


im 

to 

1910. 


1800 

to 

ino. 



■WISCONSIN— Continued. 



Manitowoc.. 
Maatboni.. 
Marinette'.. 
Marquette'.. 
Milwaukee.. 

Monroe 1 

Ooonto' 

Oneida' 

Outaramie'. 
Otaukee' ... 

P^lni 

Pierce' 

Polk' 

Portage'.... 
Pricei. 



atauand.. 

Bock 

Busk' 

St. Croix'. 
Sauk 



Sawyer ' 

Shawano' 

Sheboygan.... 

Taylof ». 

Trempealeau'. 



Vemom > 

Vilas' 

Walworth... 
Washburn'. 
Washington' 



Waukesha... 
Waupaca'.. 
Waushara'. 
Wtamebago' 
Wood' 



802 
l,l»4 
1,41S 

457 
335 

BS7 
1,U8 
1,183 

«4S 



236 
903 

936 

812 

1,279 

321 

SOO 
716 
925 
735 
842 

1,820 

1,1S8 

521 

991 

748 

831 
934 
560 
835 
431 

649 
759 
646 
460 

809 



51,644 


86.8 


65,269 


42.0 


34,361 


34.3 


10,443 


33.9 


539,449 


3,296.6 


38,660 


30.6 


27,104 


24.2 


13 906 


11.8 


66,113 


86.3 


16,336 


70.1 


T,4S1 


31.7 


21,608 


38.6 


26,870 


28.7 


38,640 


41.4 


18,617 


14.6 


78,961 


243.7 


19,823 


33.6 


66,150 


83.4 


16,403 


17.7 


26,106 


35.5 


32,548 


38.7 


8,343 


6.2 


33,976 


29.3 


59,913 


116.0 


18,046 


18.2 


24,506 


33.8 


29,262 


36.6 


6,640 


6.0 


29,327 


63.4 


11,377 


13.6 


26,713 


59.7 


42,612 


77.6 


34,200 


46.1 


16,712 


35.9 


63,897 


139.3 


34,643 


42.8 



44.978 I 
55,054 ' 
33,812 I 
10,741 i 
433,187 I 

38,881 
26,657 
11,433 
49,102 
17,133 

7,677 
33,079 
21,867 
30,046 
13,796 

67,424 
18,809 
65,588 
11,160 
36,910 
32,860 

6,227 
31,884 
54,888 
13,641 
22,928 

28,116 
6,019 

29,614 
8,196 

33,784 

37,100 
32,782 
18,886 
62,116 
30,683 



42.361 
43,356 
30,833 
10,509 
330,017 

28,103 
20,874 
8,875 
46,347 
16,863 

7,906 
23,043 
17,801 
29,483 

9,106 

45,644 
19,483 
51,208 



26,830 
33,006 

3,506 
27,475 
50,346 
11,363 
23,114 

28,361 
4,929 

29,260 
5,621 

23,588 

36,229 
31,615 
16,972 
58,336 
25,866 



37,831 

30,360 

20,304 

0,676 

236,101 

23,311 
16,009 
6,010 
38,690 
14,043 

6,983 
20,886 
12,968 
24,708 

5,368 

36,268 
19,121 
43,320 



23,189 
30,575 

i,on 

10,236 
43,480 
6,731 
18,020 

35,111 



27,860 
2,026 
22,751 

33,270 
26,794 
13,507 
50,097 
18,127 



37,606 

17,121 

8,929 

8,908 

138,637 

21,607 
0,848 



28,710 
15,461 

6,226 
17,744 
10,018 
17,731 

785 

30,922 
18,174 
38,823 



18,956 
28,729 



10,371 

34,306 

2,311 

17,189 

23,336 

'36,'249' 



23,443 

28,967 
20,955 
12,687 
42,740 
8,981 



33,364 
6,886 



8,060 
89; 930 

16,590 
8,321 



18,430 
16,564 

4,680 
0,968 
8,422 
10,634 



36,740 
16,731 
39,030 



11,035 
23,860 



3,106 
31,749 



10,732 
18,645 



25,973 



23,919 

28,274 
15,539 
11,379 
37,279 
3,912 



22,416 
2,892 



8,283 
62,518 

8,410 
3,602 



9,587 
15,682 

2,392 
4,672 
1,400 
7,907 



21,360 

9,782 

36,090 



5,392 

18,963 



26,876 

"iliii)' 

11,007 



26,496 
'23,'622 

26,831 
8,851 
8,770 

23,770 
2,425 



3,702 
508 



8,641 
31,077 



1,260 



14,978 

903 

20,790 



4,371 



8,870 



17,862 
19,258 



10,187 



14.8 
18.6 
1.6 
-3.8 
24.6 

-0.7 

6.6 

31.4 

13.2 

-4.6 

-1.3 
-l.» 

26.8 
8.7 

34.3 

87.6 
6.4 
19.1 
47.0 
0.8 
-1.0 

32.4 
6.6 
9.2 

38.8 
6.0 

4.0 

-6.1 

-1.0 

38.8 

8.1 

14.9 

4.3 

-11.6 

2.9 

13.3 



6.4 

27.3 

9.7 

3.2 

31.3 

2.8 
23.0 
28.8 
6.2 
4.6 

-4.1 
-7.8 

10.0 
6.0 

61.6 

26.8 

-3.6 

8.6 



-3.4 
-0.4 

73.3 
16.0 
0.0 
31.1 
-0.8 

-0.8 
33.1 

1.2 
48.5 

0.8 

6.3 
3.7 

18.2 
6.7 

18.2 



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42.4 
61.8 
8.6 
80.8 

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77.1 
16.0 
0.6 

14.0 
17.6 
87.8 
18.0 
78.1 

26.0 
1.9 
18.6 



10.0 
8.0 

37.6 
84.4 
18.6 
87.3 
22.2 

12.9 



5.0 

88.7 
8.7 

6.0 
18.0 
18.3 
10.3 
42.7 



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[In computing the percentage ol increase for Fremont County from 1880 to 1900, the population (1,961) of Wind River Indian Reservati<Hi in 1900 has been deducted from 
the total population ot the county in order to make it comparable with the total for 1880, which does not include the population of the Indian reservation.] 



The state' 


17,548 


194,408 


2.0 


149,965 


92,531 


I 82, 655 


20,788 


1,118 






*33.2 


67.7 


47 1 










Albany' 


4,899 
3,110 
4,761 
8,007 
4,183 

2,866 

u,2ei 

2,186 
2,026 
4; 164 

2,678 
8,945 
5,322 
2,604 

5,207 
3,126 
2,674 
10,405 

'2,004 
2,241 
2,403 

2,948 


9,283 
12,105 
6,233 
9,625 
7,8n 

5,524 
11,820 

8,064 
5,164 
4,617 

20,099 
12,487 
14,635 
6,321 

7,288 
7,421 
18,182 
13,640 

6,611 

3,106 
4,631 

165 


2.1 
3.9 
1.1 
1.2 
1.9 

1.9 
1.0 
3.7 
2.6 
1.1 

7.7 
1.4 
2.7 
2.4 

1.4 
3.6 
7.1 
1.3 

3.2 
1.4 

1.9 

0.1 


11,574 
8,886 


13,084 
4,328 


8,865 


4,026 


2,021 


1 1 1 




-19.8 
36.2 


-11.5 
105.3 


47 6 


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Carbon' 


11,282 
6,294 

6,492 
11,822 


9,589 
31337 

3,137 
5,357 


6,857 
2,738 

2,338 
2,463 


3,438 


1,368 






-i5.6 
25.1 

-14.9 
(») 


17.7 
88.6 

106.0 
120.7 


30.8 


Converse' 






21 9 


Crook' 


239 








34 2 


Fremont' 








87 9 


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Hot Springs' 






















Inhf^ann J 


3,453 
26,127 


2,361 
20,181 


2,357 
16,777 


637 
6,409 








33.7 
-20.8 


46.3 
29.6 


0.2 


Laramie ' 


2,957 






20 3 


Uncoln' 






Natrona' 


4,766 


1,785 


1,004 








307.1 


167.0 


63.2 


Niobrara' 










Park' 


4,900 












48.7 






mtte' 
















flViriHan ' , 


16,324 
11,676 

16,982 


6,122 
8,455 

12,223 


1,972 
4,041 

7,414 






' 


11.4 

17.8 

-61.1 


218.7 
36.0 

38.9 


U0.7 


Sweetwater' 


2,561 
2,879 


1,916 
856 


' 


71.1 


Utnta' 


1 


64.1 


Wiufio^ue' 




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Weston' 


4,960 
619 


3,303 
380 


2,422 
467 










-.6 
-68.3 


54.9 
40.7 


0.2 


YeHowstone NaUonal Park (part 
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* For rates of Increase or decrease for combinations of new oooatlee with those from which formed, see Table 24, p. 4 1 . 

> For not«» regarding changes in boundaries, etc., seepp. 148, 140. 

> State total for lOOOTncludes population ( 1,850) of biiuan restrvatlons spedaOy enumorated, not dlstribu ted by counties. 

> Decrease of less than one-tenth of 1 per cent. 



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ALABAKA. 

Bioum.— Part Mna to torm part of Callman In 1.S77, and parts annexed to Cull- 
man between IffiOand 1890 and In 1901. 

Bullock.— Part ofUontgoinery ann«sed In ixn. 

Calboun.— Name ehaamdtrom Benton in 18SS; part of Cleburne annexed and 
part annexed to Cleburne in 1907. 

Chilton.— Name changed from Baker between 1S70 and 1S80; part of Dallas an- 
nexed tn 187&. 

Clat.— Part annexed to Talladega in 1877; part of Talladega annexed in 1893. 

Clebvrni. — ^Fart of Calhoun annexed and part annexed to Calhoun in 1907. 

CoiaBtT.— Partanaexed t > FnulcUii between 1880 and 1900; part of Lawrence 
annexed between 1890 and 1900. 

CmuuK.— Organited from parts of Bknmt, Manhall, Morgan, and Winston in 
1877, and Mrts of Blount annexed between 1880 and 1890 and In 1901. 

DALE.-rPart taken tofarmpart of Bonfton In 1903. 

Dallas.— Part annexed to Chilton In 1875. 

Eluorb.— Partof Montffomeryannexed In 1877. 

raANKUK.— Part of Colbert annexed between 1890 and 1900. 

a E?rEVA.— Part taken to fi>rm part of Houston in 1903. 

HnntT.— Part taken to lorm par i; of HoQston in 1903. 

Houston.— C^ganlzed from parts of Dale, Geneva,and Henry In 190!l. 

JirrxBSoiT.— Artof Otelby annexed between 1880 and 1890; part annexed to 
Walker between 1890 and 1900. 

Lamar.— Namechanged from Banftird between 1870 and 1880. 

Lawrence.— Part annexed to Colbert between 1890 and 1900. 

Marshall- Part taken to form part of Cullman in 1877. 

MoMTOoiiERT.- Parts annexed to Bollock and Elmore In 1877. 

HOBOAK.— Part taken to farm part of Callman in 1877. 

SBttBT.— Part annexed to Jefferson between 1880 and 1800. 

Talladboa.— Part of Clay annexed In 1877; part annexed to Clay in 18*6. 

Walkbr.— PartolJeSerson annexed between 1800 and 1900. 

WtimoK,— Fart taken to lerm j»rt of OoUmam in 1877. 

ARIZONA. 

APACHB. — Organiied from part of Yavapai In 1879; part taken to form part of 
Orahamin 1881 ; part taken to form Navajo in 1895. 

CoCHiBB. — Orcaniied from part of Plmain 1881. 

OoooNiNo. — Organised from part of Yavapai in 1801. 

On.A.— Organised from parts of Maricopa and Pinal tn 1881. Fignre for 1900 
•xohides estmiated population (2,272) of part of San Carlos Indian Keaervatlon, 
not returned separately by ooonties. _. . „ _ 

Qbahaic.— Oiganixea from parts of Apache and Pima In 1881. Part taken to 
form Oreoilee in Itll. FInire tor 1900 exchides estimated papulation (798) of 
part of San Carlos Indian Reservation, not returned separately by counties. 

Greeklbb.— Organised from part of Oraham in 1911. 

Mashx>pa. — Ornnited from part of Yavapai in 1871; part of Pima annexedln 
1873; parts taken tofonn tnjt of PInalin 187&and part of Olla tn 1881. 

Natajc— Organised from part of Apache in 1895. 

PniA.— Part taken to form part of Pinal tn 1876; parts annexed to Maricopa 
In 1873 and PInalin 1877; parts taken to form Cochise and part of Orabam in 1881 
and Santa Crui In 1899. 

PtHAL.— Organized from parts of Marloopa, Pima, and Yavapai in 1875; part of 
Pima annexedln 1877; part taken to form part of Olla In 188L 

Santa CBVZ.—OrganUed from part of Pima In 1899. 

Yatapai.— Parts taken to Ibrm Maricopa In 1871, Apaoha tn 1870, Coconino tn 
U01, and part of PInalin 1S7S. 

ARKANSAS. 

The State.— Island Ko. 25 ceded by Tennessee, and part of Indian Territory 
annexed, in 1905. 

Arkansas.— Part taken to form part of Uncdn in 1871 and part annexed to Jef- 
ferson between 1880 and 1890; part of Desha annexed between 1880 and 1890. 

Baxtbk.— Organiied from parts of Fulton, Isaid, Marion, and Searcy in 1873. 

Bradley.— Part taken to form part of Cleveland tn 1873. 

Chicot.— Part annexed to Desha in 1879. 

Clark.— Parts annexed to Hot Spring in 1872 and Pike tn 1S73 and 187S. 

Clat.— Organized from parts of Oreene and Randolph In 1873 and part of Oreene 
annexed between 1690 and 1900. , . __ 

Clbbdbnb.— Organiied from parts of Independence, Van Buren, and White 
In 1883. 

Cleveland. — Organized as Dorseyjjtom parts of Bradley, Dallas, JeOersan, and 
Lincoln, In 1873; name changed in 1885. 

COLUHBiA.— Part taken to form part of Nevada In 1871 and part annexed to 
Lafayette in 1901. 

CONWAT.— Part taken to form part of Fanlkner In 1873; part of Perry annexed 
In 1873. 

Ckawtobo.— Part of Franklin annexed between 1990 and 1900. 

CRrrTSNDBH.— Part taken to form part of Lee and part annexed to St. Francis 
In 1873. 

Dallas.- Part taken to form part of CievelanQ In 1873. 

Desha.— Part taken to form part of Lincoln In 1871 ; parts of Chicot and Lincoln 
annexed In 1879; part annexed to Arkansas County beteen 1380 and 1890. 

Dbbw.— Part taken to form port of Lincoln in 1871. 

Favlkneb.— Organized from parts of Conway and Pulaski in 1878. 

Fbahkun. — Part taken to form part of Loeu In ISTl: part of Madison annexed 
In 1885; part annexed to Crawford between iSO and 1900. 

Fttltdn.- Part taken to form part of Baxter andpart annexed to Izard in 1873. 

Oabland.— Or^nlzed from puts ofHot Spring, Montgomery, and Sallneln 1873; 

part of Montgomery annexed in 1917. ^ . ^ . . ^ 

^OBBENB<^Part taken to fcnn part of Clay in 1873; part of Randolph annexed 
In 1873; part annexed to Clay bHween 1890 and 1900. 

Hbmpstbad.- Parts taken to form parts of Nevada and Howard in 1871 and 1873, 

H^Spbino.— Parts of Clark and Montgamay annexed in 1772 and 1873, respec- 
tively: part taken toform part of Oatland in 1873 andpart annexed to Salloeln 1875. 

HowABD.— Otmnized from parts of Hempstead, Pike, Polk, and Sevter tn 1873; 
port annexed to Sevier between 1880 and l WO. 

iNDBrEMOEMCl. — Part taken to form part of Stone and part annexed to Itard In 
1873; pert annexed to Slurp in 1875; andpart taken toformpartofCIeburneinlSSS. 

IZABD.— Parts taken to farm puts of Baxter and Stone in 1873; parts of Fulton 
and Independence annexed in 1873. .,_, 

jBPreBSON.— Parts taken tofurm parts of Lincoln and Cleveland In 1871 and 1873, 
respectively; part of Arkansas County annexed between 1880 and 1890. 

JOHKSON.— ParttatontoformpartirLQ^ninlS7l; part oiPopeannexedln 1877. 

Latatbtte.— Part taken to form MIHer in 1875; part of Columbia annexed in 1901. 

Lbb:— Organized from parts of Crittenden, Monroe, Phillips, and St. Franeis 

Lincoln. — Organized from parts of Arkansas, Desha, Drew, and JeSerson tn 1871 ; 
part taken to form part of Cleveland in 1873 and part annexed to Desha in 1870. 
^XMAN^Organlsed fromparts of Franklin, Johnson, Scott, and Tell in ISTlj 
part of Scott annexed In 1903. 



ARKANSAS-Continaed. 

Lomokb.— Organized from parts of Prairie and PulaAi tn 187S; part aoBaxad 
to PuUsklln ISA; part of Ptairia annexed between 1880 and 1890. 

Maoisoh.— Part annexed to Franklin in 1885. 

Mabion.— Part taken toformpartofBaxterinlSTS; part ofSearayannexedln 1876. 

MnxBB.— Organized from part of Lafttyette in U7A 

Missisappt.— Island No. 2S ceded from Landerdals, Tenn., and annexed in 1905. 

MONBOE.— Part taken to form part of Lee and parts annoxad to Phillips and St. 
Francis in 1873; part of Pfatile annexed between 1880 and 1890. 

MONToosccBT.— Part taken to form part of Oariand and part annexed to Hot 
Spring in 1873: part annexed to garland in 1917. 

Nevada.— Oiraanlzed from parts of Columbia, Hempstead, and Ouachita in 1871. 

OCAcmTA.— nut taken to Rirm part of Nevada in 1871. 

Pebbt.— Part annexed to Conway in 1873. 

Phillips.— Part taken to fonn part of Leein 1873; part at Mimroe annexed In 1 873. 

Pkb.— P«t taken to form put of Ebward in 1873; parts of Clark annexed In 

1873 and 1876. 

Pole.— Part taken to form part of Howard tn 1873. 

Pope.— Pnrt annexed to Johnson in 1877. 

Pbaikie.— Part taken to form part of Lonoke in 1873; parts of White and Wood- 
ruff annexed In ISTS; parts annexed to Lanoke and Monroe between 1880 and 1890. 

Pulaski.— Parts taken to (nrtnparts of Faulkner and Lonoke in 1873 and parts 
annexed to Saline in 1873 and 1875; parts of Lonoke and Saline annexed In 1875; 
part of Saline annexed in 1915. 

Randolph.— Part taken to form part of Clay and part annexed to Oreene tn 1873 

St. Francis.— Part taken to form part of Lee in 1873; parts of Crittenden and 
Monroe annexed In 1873. 

Saunz.— Part taken to form part of Oariand in 1873; part of Putauki annexed 
in 1873 and parts of Pulaski and Hot Spring nnn<»T«»i in 1875; parts annexed to 
Pulaski in 1875 and 1915. 

Soorr.— Part taken to form pert of Logan in 1871 and part annexed to' Logan in 
1903. 

Sbabct.— Parts taken to form parts of Baxter and Stone in 1873 and part annexed 
to Marion in 1875. 

Sebastian.— Part of Indian Territory annazsd tn 1905. 

Sevibr.— Part taken to form part oi Howard in 1873; part of Howard annexed 
between 1890 and 1900. 

Sharp.— Part of Independenoe annexed in 1875. 

SroNB.— Organized from parts of Independenoe, Izaid, Saarsy, and Van Buran 
in 1873. 

Van Buben.— Farts taken to form part of Stone in 1873 and part of Cleburne 
in 1883. 

WarPE.— Part annexed to Prairie in 1875 and part taken to form part of Clebume 
in 1883. 

WooDBUTT.- Part annexed to Prairie in 1875. 

Yell.— Part taken to form part ol Logan in 1871. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Tre State.— For information in regard to counties no longer In exlstenos^ see 
footnote for CaliforTiia on page p.^. ^ 

BCTTE.— Part of Olcnn an'ne.ied in 191S. 

Colusa. — Part taken to form Glnnn in 1891. 

Del Norte.— Pi\rt annexed to Slskiyoii between WSO and 1890. 

Eldoradii.— Part annexed to Placer and part of Placer annexed In 1913. 

Fresno.— Part taken to form Madera in 1893; part annexed to Kings in 1909. 

Qlen-x.— Orsanized from part of Colusa in 1.S91; part annexed to Butte in 1915. 

Hu^TitoLDT. — Part of Klamath annexed in H74. 

Imperial.— Organized from part of San Diego in 1907. 

Kern.- Part annexed to San Bernardino, and part of San Bemardlno annexed, 
in 1317. 

Kmos.— Organized from part of Tulare in 1803; part of Fresno annexed in 1909. 

Lake.— I^ut annexed to Napa in 1872 and part to Mendocino in 1917; part ol 
Uendodno annexed tn 1917. 

i«as Anoeles.— I^ut taken to form Orange in 1880; parts annexed to San Ber- 
nardino and Ventura, and parts of San Ber^rdlno and; Ventura annexed, in 1919. 

Madbba.— Organized from part of Fresno tn 1893. 

Mendocino.— Parts annexed to Lake and SiHioina, and parts of Lake and 
Sonoma annexed, in 1917. 

Modoc.— Organized from part of Siskiyou in 1874. 

Montebet.- Part taken to form San Benito in 1874. 

Napa.— Partof Lake annexed In 1872. 

Obanob.— Organized from rort of Loa Angeles in 1889. 

Places.- Part annexed to Eldorado, and part of Eldorado annexed, in 1913. 

Rivbbsidi.— Organized from partsof San Bernardino and San IHsgo m 1803; part 
annexed to San Bernardino, and part of San Bernardino annexed, In 1910. 

San BBHito.— Organized from part ofUonterevin 1874. 

San Bebnardino.— Part taken to form part of Riverside tn 1893; parts annexed 
to Kem in 1017 and to Los Angeles and Rivaislde Cotmties in 1919; part of Kern 
annexed In 1917 and parts of Los Angeles and Riverside 1 n 1919. 

San Dieoo.— Part taken to form part of Rtvarside in 1883; part taken to (arm 
Imperial in 1907. 

.tlANTA Babbaxa.— Part taken to form Ventura in 1872. 

SisKTroi;.— Part taken to form Modoc in 1874; part of Klamath annexed In 1874 
and part of Del Norte between 18S0 and 1800. 

Sonoma.— Part annexed to Mendocino, and part of Mendodno annexed, in 1917. 

TpLARE.— Part taken to form Kings in 1893. 

VsimntA.— Organised from part of Santa Barbara In 1373; part aonesed to Loa 
Angeles and part of Los Angeles annexed In 1919. 

COLORADO. 

The State.— For information In regard to counties no longer In existence, see 
footnote (or Colorado on page 96. 

Adams.— Organized Irampart of Arapahoe in 1902 and part of Denver annexed 
in 1909: parts annexed to Washington and Yuma in 1903. 

Alamosa.— Organized from parts of Conejos and Costilla in 1913. 

Arapahoe.— Parts taken to torn Adams and Deaver in 1902 and parts annexed 
to Washington and Yuma in 1903. 

ABCEmLETA.— Organized from part of Conejos In ISSS. 

Baca — Organiied from part of Las Animas in 1889. 

Bent.— Organized from part of Qreenwood in 1874; patts taken to form Kiowa, 
Otero, Prowers, and partsof Cheyenre and Lincalntnl889. 

Chapfke.- Organized from part of Lake tn 1879; part annexed to Fremont 
between l.sgoand 1900. 

Cheyenwe.— Organized from parts ol Bent and FJbert In 1S89. 

Coneios.- Parts taken to form parts of Hinsdale, La Plata, and Rio Orande in 
1874, .\rrhnle1atn 1<«5, and part of Alamosa tn 1013. 

ConiLLA.— Parts taken to form parts of Btiisdale, La Plata, and Rio Orsode in 

1874 and part of Alamosa in 1913. 

Crowlet.— Organized (I om part of Otero In 1011. 
CiTSTlR.— Organlred ft om part of Fremont In 1*77. 



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COLORADO— CoBUnaed. 

Delia.— Ornnlccd from part of Gunnlnn In 1S83. 

Dentsb.— Organlud from part of Arspoboe In 1902; part annsxed to Adams 
In 1800. 

Doums.— Omcixed from part of Ourar In 18S1. 

Dooous.— Part takm t o form part of Elbert in 1874. 

BAaix.—OnEaiiieed from part of Summit in 188S. 

ElPaso.— I^rttakaDtoIormparto(T<Ilerlnl8M. 

Elbikt.— OreanUMl from partis o( Donglasand Greenwood In 1874; parts takes 
te trm K Lt Canon and parta of Chevenoa and Lincoln in 1889. 

Fbemont.— Parts taken to form Cnster in 1877 and part of Teller In 1899; pa:t 
of Chaffee annexed between 1890 and 1900. 

Oajtniu).— Organized from part of Summit in 1883; part taken to form nio 
Blanco in I88B, 

OiiJn^— Part of Xetferaon annexed in 191 3. 

OkAXD/— Oiguilzed from part of Summit in 1874; part taken to form Routt l:i 
1877. 

GumosoN.— Oreanlzed from part of Lake In 1877; porta taken to form Pitkin In 
1881 and Ddta, Mesa, and Monfroiiein 1883. 

Hiiai>ALE.— Orcanbed trom parts of Conejos, CostlUa, and Lake In 1874; part 
takan to fonn pert of Uliteraltn IStS. 
' Jacesom .— Organiied from part of Larimer in 1 909. 

JxniBSOif .— Part annexed to Park in ISOSfpart annexed to Gilpin in 1913- 

Kiowa.— Organized from part of Dcr tin 18f9. 

Kn CABSoir.— OrKonUad irom part of Elbert in 1889. 

La Plata.— Oriiauized from parts of Conelos, Costilla, and Lake in 1874; parts 
taken to form San Juan in 1876 and Montezuma in 1889. 

Laks.— Farts taken to form Gunnison in 1877, C%afl«ein 1879, and parts of Hins- 
dale, La Plata, and Bio OrandeiD 1874. 

LABimR.— Part taken to form Jackson in 1909. 

Las AxtMAS^— Part taken to form Baca in 1889. 

Lincoln.— Organized from parts of Bentand Elbert in 1880. 

LooAM.— Organized from part of Weld in 1887; parts taken to form FbiHips and 
8e<^ckinl%. 

InsA. — Organized from part of Gunnison in 1883. 

MiNBiuL.—Orguiized{romperts of Hinsdale, Bio Orande,and Saguache in 1883. 

IforPAT.- Organized trom part of Routt in 1911. 

Montezuma.— Organized from part of La Plata in 1889. 

MoHTBOSE.— Orgimized from part of Gunnison in 1883; part annexed to Ouray 
and part of Ouray annexed in 1913. 

MoBaAN.— Or^nized from part of Weld in 1888. 

Oteko. — Organized from part of Bent in 1889: part taken to form CroTrley In IMl. 

OuBAT.— Organized irom pai t of San Joan in I K77 ; parts taken to form Dolores 
in 1881 and San MIguelin 18^: part annexed to Montrose in 1913; parts of Montr-ise 
and San Miguel annexed in 191.f and 1917, respectively. 

Pask. — Part of Jefferson annexed in 1908. 

Phillips. — Organized from part of Logan in 1889. 

Ptteii).- Oreuiized from part of ammison in 1881. 

Pbowebs.— Organized from part of Bent in 1889. 

Rkj Blanco.— Organized from part of Garfleld in 1889. 

Rio Okamee.— Organized from parts of Conejos, Costilla, and Lake in 1874; part 
taken to form part of Mineral In 1^. 

RoxTTT. — Organized from part o[ Grand In 1877; part taken to form Moflat In 1911. 

Saqcacue. — Part taken to form part o( Mineral in 1899. 

San Juan.— Organized from part of La Plata In 1878; part taken to form Ouray 
in 1877. 

San UiatnL.- Organized from part of Ouray In 1883; part annexed to Ouray 
in 1917. 

Sedowick.— Organized from part of Logan In 1880. 

Stnntrr.— Parts taken to form Grand In 1874 and Eagle and GarBeld in 1883. 

Teller.- Organized from parts of K I Paso and Fremont in 1 ^^OO. 

■Washikoton.— Organized Trom part of Weld in 1887; part taken to form Yumn 
in 1S9B; parts of Adams and Arapahoe annexed in 1908. 

Weld.— Parts taken to form Logan and Wa<!hington In 1887 and Morgan in 1889. 

YciiA.— Organized from part o( Washington in 1889; parts of Adams and Arapa- 
boe annexed in 1903. 

CONNECTICUT. 

New London. — Part of Windbam annexed In 1881. 
WiNDQAM.— Part annexed to New London In 1881. 

FLORIDA. 

ALAcauA.— Parts annexed to Bradford In 1870 and to Levy In 1913; part of Levy 
annexed in 1913. 

Bakee. — Oivanized from part of Bradford (New River) in 1861; pert annexed 
toNassatKanapartsotClay, Duval, and Nassau annexed. In 1913. 

Bat.— Organized from part of Washington and part of Calhoon annexed in 1913. 

BBAsroBo.— Name changed Itom New River tn 1861; part taken to form Baker 
in 1861; part of Alacbna annexed in 1870. 

Brevabd.— Name dianged from St. Lude (cdd) in 18S5; part taken to form part 
of Polk in 1861 and part ct Volusia annexed in 1879; parts takan to form part of 
Osceola tn 1887 and St. Lude in 1909. 

Bbowabd.— Organized from parts of Dade and Pafan Beaob in ISIS. 

CAmooH.— Part annexed to Bey in 1913. 

Citbcs.— Organized from part of Bemando in 1887. 

Clat.— Orgtuiized from part of Duva I in 1858: part annexed to Putnam, and part 
of Putnam annexed, in 1850; part annexed to Baker in 1913. 

Columbia.— Part taken to form Suwannee In 18S8; part annexed to Suwannee in 
1863. 

Dade.— Parts taken to form Palm Beach in 1909 and part ol Broward in 1915. 

De Soto. — Organized from part of Manatee in 1887. 

Dittal.— Part taken to form Clay in 1858; part annexed to Baker In 1913. 

Flaoleb.— Organized from parts of St. Joans and Vobula in 1917. 

Oadsden.— Part taken to form liberty in 1855. 

Hebnanoo.— Namechanged from Benton in 1850; parts taken to form Citrus and 
Pasco in 1887. Poputetion (or 1860 estimated. 

HiLLasoRouoH.— Parts taken to form Manatee In 1855 and part of P<dk in 1861; 
part annexed to F<dk in 1874 and part taken to form Pindlas in 1912. 

Holmes.- Partaunexed to Washington, and part of Washington annexed, in 1915. 

Jackson.— Part annexed to Washington In 191S. 

Latateite.— Organized from part of Madison In 1856; part annexed to Taylor 
In 1877; part of TajiiT annaxed in 1911. 

Lake.— Organized (Km parts of Oranca and Sumter in 1887. 

Lbe.— Onanized from part of Monroe in 1887. 

Levt.— Part o( Marion annexed in 1877; part annexed to Alachua, and part o( 
Alachua annexed, in 1913. 

LIBERTT.— Organized from part of Gadsden in I8S5. 

Madison.- Parts taken to form Lafayette and Taylor in 18S6. 

Manatee.- Organized from part of HIDsborough in I8SS; part taken to form 
De Soto in 1887. 



FLORIDA.— Centinued . 

UABK>N.F-rirt taken to form Sumter ii^ 1868; part annexed to Levy In 1877. 

Monroe.- Part takan to (orm L«e in 1887. 

Nassau.— Part annexed to Baker, and part of Baker'aimcaced, in 1913. 

OEALOoaA.-^}rianized from parts of Santa Rosa and Walton in 1916. 

Okeechobee.— Organized from parts of Osceola, Palm Beach, and St. Lude In 
1917. 

Oranoe.— Part taken to form Volusia in 1854; part of Sumter annexed In 1873; 
part 9 takan to form parts of Lake and (taoaola in 1887; part taken to (orm Seminole 
in 1913. 

Osceola.— Organised (torn parts o( Brevard and Orange in 1887; part taken to 
form part o( Okeeduibee in 1917. 

Palm BSACH.'-OriBnlted Irom part q( Dade in 1909; parts takan to form part o( 
Broward In 1915 and part of Okeedxibee in 1917. 

Pasco.— Organized from part of Hernando in 1887; part annexed to Pclk between 
1890 and 1900. 
■ Pinellas.— Organised from part of HOlsboroush in 1912. 

Polk.— Organized from parts of Brevard and BiBsbaram^ in 1861; part o( Hills- 
borough annexed in ls74; part of Pasco annexed l)etweai 1800 and iSOo. 

Putnam.— Part annexed to Clay, and part of Clay annexed, tn 1659; part of St. 
Johns annexed in 1868. 

St. JoHNS^-Part annexed to Putnam In 1868; part taken to (orm part of Flagler 
in 1917. 

St. Lucie. — Organised from' part of Brevard in 1905; part taken to form part of 
Okeechobee in 1917. 

Santa Rosa.- Part taken to form part of Okaloosa in 1916. 

Seminole.- Organized from part m Orange in 1913. 

Sumter. — Organized from pmt of Marion in 1853; part annexed to Orango tn 1873; 
part taken to form part of Lake In 18£7. 

BirwAKNZE. — Organized from part o( (^umbia in 1868; part o( Columbia anoexed 
lnlS63. 

Tatlor.— Organiied from part of Madison in 1856; part of Lafayette annexed in 
1S77; part annexed to Lafayette in 191 1 . 

Volusu.— Organized Itom part of Orange In 1854; part annexed to Brevard In 
1879; part taken to form part of Flagler in 1917. 

Walton.— Part of Wellington annexed in 1918; part taken to form pert of 
Okaloosa in 1916. 

WAsmNOtoN.— Part taken to form Bay In 1913; parts annexed to Walton in 
1913 and Holmes in 1915; parts of Holmes and Jackson annexed in 1915. 

OEORGLA. 

Arpima.— Parts taken to form part of Jell Davis in 1005 and part of Bacon in 
1914. 

Atkinson.- OreanLzcd from parts of Clinch and Coffee in 1019. 

Bacon.- Organized from parts o( Appling, Pierce, and Waro in 1014. 

Banks.- Part o( Jackson annexed between 1870 and IKO. 

Babrow.— Organized from parts of Gwinnett, Jackson, and Walton in 1915. 

Babtow.— Name channd trom Cass between 1860 and 1870. 

Beh Hux.— Organizedlrom parts c< Irwin and Wilcox in 1906. 

Bebbibn.— Parts taken to form part of T ift in 1905 and part of Cook tn 1910. 

Blecklbt.— Organised tram part o( PulaaU In U13. 

Bulloch.- Parts taken to form part of Jenkins in 1905 and parts of Candler and 
Evans in 1914. 

Bubxb.— Part taken to form part of Jenkins in 1906. 

Campbell.— Part taken to form Douglas in 1870; part of Fayette annexed In 187V; 
part annexed to Fulton In 1016. 

Candlkb.— Organized trom parts of Bnlloch, Emanuel, and Tattnall In 1914. 

Cakboll.— Part of Dooglas annexed in 1877. 

Clabke.— Part taken to form Oconee in 1876; part o( Oglethorpe annexed in 1906. 

Clatton .— Part annexed to Fulton in 1908. 

Clinch. — Part taken to (orm part o( Atkinson in 1919. 

COFTEE.- Parts taken to (arm part of Jeff Davis in 1905 and part of Atkinson In 
1919. 

Columbia.— Part taken to (orm ^rt of UcDuffle in I87D. 

Cook.— Organized from parts of Bcrrlcn and Lowndes in 1910. 

Crop.— Organized from part of Dooly In 1905. 

Decatur.- Part taken to (orm part o( Grady In 1905. 

Dodge.— Organized from parts of Uontgomery, Pulaski, and Tellsir in 1S70. 

Dooly.— Parts taken to form Crisp and part of Turner in 1906. 

Douqlas.— Organized from part of Campbell in 1870; part annexed to Carroll In 
1877. 

Emanuel.- Farts taken to (orm parts o( JenUns and Toombs In 1905, port o( 
Candler In 1914, and part o( Treutlen In 1910. 

Evans.— Orranlzed (Tom parts of Bulloch and Tattnall in 1914. 

Fatette.— Part annexed to Campbell in 1870. 

Fbanklih.— Part taken to form part o( Stephens In 1905. 

Fulton.- Part of Clayton annexed in 1908, and part of Campbell in 1916. 

Gbadt.— Organized from parts ol Decatur and Thomas in 1906. 

OwiNNETi.— Part taken to (orm part of Barrow in 191S. 

Habbbsbam^— Part taken to form part of Stephens In 1905. 

Henrt.- Part taken to form part of Rockdale in 187D. 

Houston.— Part annexed to Macon sinoe 1010. (In dispute; case pending In 
courts.) 

Ibwin.— Parts taken to form parts o( Tift and Turner in 1905 and part o( Ben 
Hill in 1900. 

Jackson.— Parts annexed to Banks between 1870 and 1880; part taken to Ibrm 
part o( Barrow In 1915. 

JErr Davis. — Onnnizad (ram parts of Appling and Coffee In 1905. 

Jenkins.— Organized (rom parts o( Bnllooh, Burke, Emanuel, and Screven in 
1905. 

LiBEBTT.— Part o( McTntoah annexed in 1871. 

LoWNOSS^-Part taken to (orm part o( Cook In 1919. 

McDurm. — Organized (rom ^rts o( Columbia and Warren tn 1870. 

MclNTOSH.— Part annexed to Liberty in 1871. 

Macon.— Fart of Houston annexed since 1910. (In dispute; case ponding in 
courts.) 

Montoohert.— Parts taken to (orm part o( Dodge in 1870, part of Toombs in 1306, 
Wheeler In 1913, and part of Troutlcn in 1919. 

Newton.— Part taken to (orm part o( Rockdale in 1870i 

Oconee. — Organized (rom part o( Clarke in 1875. 

OoLETBOBPE.- Part anno-Ted to Clarke in 1906. 

PiEBCE.— Part taken U> (orm itart o( Bacon in 1914. 

Pulaski.— Farts taken to (orm part of Dodge In 1870 and Bleckley In 1913. 

Rockdale.— Organized from parts of Henry and Newton in 1870. 

Screven.- Part taken to (arm part o( laMja In 1905. 

Stephens. — OrganiEad (rom parts o( Franklin and Habersbam in 1005. 
■ Tattnall.— Parts taken to (orm part of Toombs in 1905 and parts of Candler and 
BvanslnlOM. 

Teltair.- Fart taken to form pert of Dodge In 1S70. 

Thomas.- Fart taken to (orm port of Gracy in ic::5. 



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OEOKOIA— Continued. 

Tm.— Orgudnd from parts ot Berrien, Irwin, and Worth In 1905. 

Toombs.— Ornniied from parts o( Emanuel, Uontgnmery , and Tattnall In 1905. 

Tbbctlbm.— Organiied from parts of Emanuel and Hootgomeiy In 1919. 

ToBHZR. — Organlied from poHa of Dooly, Irvln, .WUoox, and worth In 190S. 

Wauok.— Part taken to {arm part of Barrow In ItU. 

Wakb.— Part taken to firm part of Bacon in 1914. 

Wabben.— Part taken to form part of HcDulBe In 1870. 

Wbcuib.— Organiied from part of Montgomery in 1913. 

WILCOX.— Parts taken to fonn part ot Turner in 1005 and part ot Ben HiU In 1900. 

WoB«.— Parts taken to tonn parts of Tilt and Turner in 1905. 

IDAHO. 

Thb State.— For Information in regard to counties no longer in existence, see 
footnote tor Idaho on page 100. 

Ada.— Parts taken to form Can von in 1892 and part of WashlngtcD in 1879. 

Adams.— Ormniied from part of Washington in 1911. 

Bankock.— Organized from part of Bingham in 1893; part annexed to Franklin 
in 1918; part taken to form Caribou in 1919. 

BbabXaxb.— Organised from part of Oneida in 1875. 

BEimrAR.— Organised from part of Kootenai In 1915. 

BmoSAJf.— Oreuiind from part of Oneida in 1885iparts taken to form Bannock 
and pari ot Fremont in 1808 and part annexed to Iremont in 1905; parts taken 
to form Booneville in 1911, part of Power in 1913, and port of Butte in 1917. 

Blaine.— Organiied from Alturas and part of Logan in 1885: part annexed to 
BlmorB in 1911 ; part taken to form part of Power in 1913; parts taken to form Camas 
and part of BaOe in 1S17. 

Boisb.— Fart taken to fonn part ot Custer in 1881; parts taken to form part of 
Oem In 1915 and part of Valleyin 1917. 

Bonkbb.- Organised from part of Kootenai in 1907; part taken to iorm Boondary 
in 1915. 

Bonmbtille.— Organised from part of Bingham in 1911. 

BouNDART.— Organlisd ttom part of Bonner In 1915. 

Bum.— Ortcanixed from parts of Bingham, Blaine, and Jetbrson in 1917. 

Camas.— Organised from part of Blaine in 1917. 

Canyok.— Organised from part of Ada in 1892; part taken to tern part of Oem 
In 1916; 'and part taken to form Payette in 1917. 

CABrao*.— Orguilzed from part or Bannock lnl919. 

CAsau.— Org^ized from part of Owyhee In 1879; parts taken to form Twin Falls 
in 1907 and cart of Power in 1 913. 

Clabx.— Organized from part of Fremont In 1919. 

Cleabwateb.— Organized from part of Net Perce In 1911. 

CvsTBB.- Organized from parts of Alturas, Boise, Idaho, and Lemhi in 1881 . 

Blmobe.— Organized from part of Alturas in 1889; part of Blaine annexed in 1911. 

Fbajiklin.— Organized from part of Oneida in 1913; part of Baimock annexed 
inlSlS. 

Fbbmont.— Organized from piuts of Bingham and Lemhi in 1893 and part ot 
BIngfaam annexed in 1905; ports taken to form Jefferson and Madison In 1914 and 
Clark in 1919. 

Oem.— Organized from parts of Boise and Osnyon in 1915. 

Oooding.— Organized from part of Lincoln in 1913; part taken to form part of 
Jerome in 1919. , 

Idaho.— Parts taken to form part of Washington in 1879 and part ot Custer in 
1881; part annexed to Lwnhlaua part of Lemhi annexed in 1911; part taken to form 
part ot Valley In 1917. 

jErncKSOR.— Organized from part of Fremont in 1914; part taken to form part 
of Butte In 1917. 

Jebome.— Ormnlzed from parts of Gooding, Lincoln, and Minidoka in 1919. 

Kootenai.— Part taken to farm Banner in 1907; p.\rt taken to form Benewah 
in 1915. 

Latab.— Organized from part of Nez Peroe In 1888. 

Lembi. — Ptfts taken to form part ot Caster In 1881 and part of Fremont in 18B3. 
Part aimexed to Idaho and part of Idaho annexed In 1911. 

Lewis.— Oremlzod from inrt of Nez Peroe In 191 1 . 

Lincoln.— Organiied from part of Logan in 1895; parts taken to form Ooodlag 
and Minidoka in 1913 and part of Jerome in 1919. 

Madison.— Organized from part ot Fremont In 1914; part taken to form Teton in 
1915. 

Minidoka.— Organized from part of Lincoln in 1913; part taken to form part of 
Jerome in 1919. 

Nez Pehce.— Part taken to fonn Latah In 1888; part of Shoshone annexed in 
1905; parts taken to form Clearwater and Lewis In 1911. 

Oneida.— Parts taken to form Dear Lake In 1875 and Bingham In 1835; parts 
takm to form Franklin and part of Power in 1913; part annexed to Power in 1918. 

Owthee.— Part taken to form Cassia in 1$;9. 

Payette.— Organized from part of Canron in 1917. 

PowEH.— Oi^mlzed from parts of Bingham, Blaine, Cassia, and Oneida in 1911; 
part of Oneida annexed in 19IS. 

Shoshone.- Part annexed to Nez Perce in 1905. 

Tbtoh.— Organized from part ot Madison in 1915. 

Twin Falls.— Organized from part of Cassia in 1907. 

Vallbt.— Organised from parts ot Boise and Idalio in 1917. 

Washington.— Organized from parts of Ada and Idaho in 1879; part taken to 
form Adams in 1911. 

ILLINOIS. 

Coles.— Part takan to form Douglas in 1850. 
Dovolas.— Organiied frcm part ot Coke in 1889. 
FoBO.— Oiianued from part of Vermilion in 1859. 
IBOQUOB.— Part taken to form part of Kankakee in 1853. 
Kankazee.— Organized frxim parts of Iroqueis and Will in 18(8. 
VESMBjoif.— Pan taken to farm Ford in 1860. 
Whl.— Part taken to form part ot Kankakee In 1853. 

KANSAS. 

The Mate.- For intiinnation in rogwd to ooontiea no longer in existence, see 
footnote for£ansas onpage 106. 

Babbeb.— Parts of Harper and Pratt annexed in 1873. 

Chase.— Otoe annexed between 1860 and 187a 

CBAiraAl7QV A.— Organised from part at Howard in 1875. 

Cbxrokee. — Name changed from McOhee between 1860 and 1870. 

Chxtbnne.— Organised from nnonnnlzed territory in 1873. 

Clabz.— Part oTFord annexed in 1873. 

Cokabchb.— Organized from part of old Kiowa in 1875; part taken to form part 
of new Kiowa in l&S. 

Cowlst.— Name chanced from Hunter between 1860 and 1870. 

Dbcatub.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1873. 



KANSAS-Continued. 

Edwabds.— Organized tram narti of old Kiowa and unorganixed tenitory in 
1874; part ot old Kiowa annexed in 1875; part taken to fcnn part ot new Klenira in 
1888. r~ i~ 

Ele.— Organized from part of Howard in 1875. 

Fi.-<net.— Uiganized from Aiapaboe and Saquciyah and parts of Bullalq, Footer 
Qiant, and Kearny in 1884; ports talcen to form Haskell and parts of Oarfield, 
Orant, Grav, and Kearny in 1887; Oarfield aimexed In 189S. 

FoBD.— Ornniied from part cf Hodgeman in 1873; part annexed to Clark in 
1873; part of Foote annexed in 1884: part taken to form part of Oray in 1887. 

Obabt^— Parts of Riley annexed in 1873 and 1875; name changed from Davis in 
1889. 

Orant.— Organized tram unocnniied tenitory in 1873: part taken to form part 
of Finnev, ana part annexed to Hamilton, In 1^; reorganized from parts otsama 
counties In 1887. 

Obat.— Organised from parts of FinneT, Ford, and Hodgeman in 1887. 

Obeelbt.— Organized from unorganiieo territory in 1873. 

Oreenwood.— Part of Hadisou annexed between 1860 and 1870. 

IlAifiLTON.— Organized from unorganixed tenitory in 1873; Stanton and parts of 
Orantand Kearny annexed in 1884; paitstakentotonnStantonand parts of Grant 
and Kearny In 1887. 

Hakfee.— Part taken to form part of Kingman in 1872; part annexed to Barber 
in 1873. 

Hasvet.— Organized fn>m parts of McPherson and Sedgwick in 1872; part of 
Marion annexed in 1873. 

Haskell.— Orranixed from part of Finney In 1887. 

Hoooeman.— Part ot unorganized tenitory annexed in 1873; part taken to form 
Ford in 1873; parts of Buffalo and Foote annexed in 1884; parts taken to form parts 
of Oarfield and Gray in 1887. 

Kbabnt.— Orgamzed from unorganized territon in 1873; part taken to form part 
of Finney, and part annexed to Hamilton, in 1884; reotganised from parts of same 
ooontiesln 1887. 

Kinoman.— Orntnized tram parts of Harper and Reno in 1872. 

Kiowa.— Organized tram parts at Comanche and Edwards in 188S. 

Lane.— Organized from unorganized terrltoryjn 1873. 

Looan.— Organised as St. John from jiart of WaUiwe In 1881. 

LroN.— Organized from Breekenildge and mrt of Madison between 1860 and 1870. 

McPhbbson.— Part takan to form part of Harvey, and part annexed to Sana^ In 
1872. 

ICabion.— Part annexed to Harvey in 1873. 

Ubade. — Organized from unorganized territory in 1873. 

HIaml — Name clianged from Lyldns between 1880 and 1870. 

Morton. — Organized from unorganized territory in 1873; name changed from 
Kanaaslnisse. ^^ 

Neosbo.— Name changed from Dorn between 1860 and 1870. 

Norton.— Name ohaoged to Billings In 1873 and baok to Norton in 1874. 

Pawnee.— Parts of Rush and Stafford annexed In 1873; part returned to nnor- 
ganized territory in 1873; part of unormnized tenitory annexed in 1874. 

PBATT.-Part annexed to Barber in 1873. 

Rawldis.— Organized from ononanlzed territory in 1873. 

Reno.— Parts of McPherson, Rice, and Sedgwick annexed in 1873; part taken 
(o form part of Kingman in 1873. 

Rice.— Part annexed to Reno in 1872. 

RiLET.— Part of Wabaunsee annexed in 1871; parts annexed to Geary in 1873 
and 1875. 

Rush.- Part annexed to Pawnee in 1873. 

ScoTT. — Organized from unorganized territory in 1873. 

SEi>awB:K.— Part taken to form part of Harvey in 1S73; part annexed to Reno 
in 1872. 

Seward. — Organized from uiiurgaiiizeJ lcrra<jry in 1873. 

Sheridan.- Organized from uiiorganiicd territory in 1873. 

Sherman.— Or^nized from uiiorganiztd territory in 1873. 

SiAifoRD.- Part annexed to Pawnco in 1S73. 

Stanton.— Organized from unorganized territory In 1873; annexed to Hamilton 
In 1881; reorganized from part uf Hamilton in I8K7. 

Stevens.- Organiied from unorKatiizc<i territory in 1873. 

Thomas.- Organized f rom uiiorganiicd territory in 1873. 

Wabaunsee.— Part acncxei to Riley in 1871. 

Wallace. — Part taken to term lyogan in ISSl. 

Wichita. — Organized from unorganized territory in 1873. 

KENTUCKY. 

Anderson.- Part ot Washington annexed betit'een 1880 and 1890. 
Ballard.— Part taken to form Carlisle In 1886. 
Batb.— Part of Menifee annexed In 1878. 

Bell.— Name changed from Josh Dell between 1870 and 1880. Part of Knox 
annexed In 1872. 
Bbeatbrt.— Part taken to form part of ECnott in 1884. 
Carlisle.— Organized from part of Ballard in 1886. 
Clat.— Part taken to form part of Leslie in 1878. 
Cvmberland.— Part annexed to Russell in 1876. 
EsRLL.— Part annexed to Powell between 1890 and 1900. 
Flotd.— Parts taken to form part ot Martin in 1870 and part of Knott In 1884. 
Grant.— Part of Owen annexed between 1870 and 1880. 
Harlan.— Part taken to form part of Leslie in 1878. 
Johnson.— Part taken to form part of Martin in 1870. 
Knott.— Organized from parts of Breathitt, Floyd, Letcher, MagotBn, and Parry 

Knox.— Fart annexed to Bell in 1872. * 

Laurel.— Part of Whitley annexed in 1876. 

Lawbbncs.— Part takan to form part of Martin in 1870. 

Lesue. — Ormnlzed from parts of Clay, Harlan, and Perry in 1878. 

Lbtcheb.— P art taken to Itirm part of Knott in 1884. 

UoCbeabT.— Otganind from parts of Pulaski, Wayne, and Whitley in 1912. 

MAOomN.— Part taken to farm part of Knott in Ifflt. 

Martin.— Organized from parts of Floyd, Jolinson,LawreDee, and Pike in 1870. 

Menitee.- Parts annexed to Bath and Morgan in 1878; parU of Powailand WoUe 
annexed in 1880. 

Morgan.— Part annaxed to Wolfe in 1878; part of Menifoe ani»xed in 1878. 

Owen.— Part annexed to Grant between 1870 and 1880. 

Perrt.— Parts taken to form part of Leslie in 1878 and part of ICnott in 1884. 

Pike.— Part taken to form part of Martin In 1870. 

PowBU.— Part annaxed to Menilee in 1880; part of E still aimexed between 1890 
and 1900. 

PvLASU.— Part taken to form part of MoCreary In 1913. 

Russell.— Part otCumberland annexed In 1876. 

Wasbihgton.— Part annazed to Anderson between 1880 and 1890. 

Watnx.— Part taken to form part of McCreary in 1912. 

Whitlzt.— Part anne-rad to Laurel in 1876; part taken to form part of MoCnary 
in 1912. K— .r 

WoLEE.— Part of Morgan annexed In 1878; part annaxed to Menilee in 1880. 



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LOUISIANA. 

Tn 0rATB<— For InimnaUon in regard to counUw no longer In existence, see 
footnota for LouiaiaiUk on page 106. 

AcAOU.— Organized from part of St. I.andry in 1886. 

Allen.— Organized from part of Calcaslea in UI3. 

Bbaubboabd.— Organized from part of Calcaxieu in 1813. 

BUMTiLLB,— Parts taken to form parta of Red River and Webstar In 1S71 and 
part of Lincoln in 1873. 

BoasiEB.— Parts taken to form parts of Red River and Webster in isn. 

Caddo.— Part talcen to form part of Bed Rlvor In 1871. 

Calcassu.— Parts taken to form part of Cameron in 1870 and Alien, Beaure- 
gard, and Jefferson Davis In 191X 

CAmaoN.— Organized from parts of Calcasieu and Vermilion In 1870. 

CAlAHOtiLA.— iWt taken to Ibrm La Salle in 19ia, but prior to Thirteenth Cen- 
sus date (.\pril 1.1). 

CLAiBOBtix.— Parts taken to form part of Webster in 1871 and part of Liaooln 
tn 187S. 

De Soto.— Part taken to form part of Red River in 1871. 

East Cabioll.— Organized from part of Carroll in 1877. 

Btahoeuhe.— Orguiized from part of St. Landry In 19IL 

jACcaoN.— Part taken to form part of Uncoln in 1873; part of Unooln annexed 

tnisn. 

jErrSBSON.— Part annexed to Orleans in 1877. 

JsmnsoN Davis.— Oreanlzed from part of Calcasieu tn 1913. 

La Salle. — Orranlied Irom part of Cataboula In 1910, but prior to ThirteeDth 
Census date (Apnl 15). 

lisoovs, — Organized from parts of Btenville, Claiborne, Jackson, and Union In 
1S73; part annexed to Jackson in 1877. 

Natchttocbes.- Part taken to form parts of Red River and Vernon In 1871. 

Oblbans.— Part of Jefferson annexed In 1877. 

Raudbs.— Part taken to form part of Vernon in 1871. 

Red Riveb.— Organized from parts of Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, De Soto, and 
Natchltodies in 1871. 

Sabine —Part taken to form part of Vamon in 1871. 

St. Landrt.— Parts taken to form Acadia In 1880 and Evsmgeline tn 1911. 

Union.— Part taken to form part of Lincoln tn 1873. 

Vebuiuon.— Part taken to form part of Cameron tn 1870. 

Vebhon.— Organized from parts of Natchitoches, Rapides, and Sabine in 1871, 

Websteb. — Orptntzed from parts of Bien\iUe, Bossier, and Claiborne in 1871. 

West Cabbou.— Ori:anized from i>art of Carroll tn 1877. 

MAINE. 

ANDBOecooom.— Organized from parts of Cumberland, Kennebec, and Lincoln 
In 1854. 

Aboosiooc— Part annexed to Washington In 1885; part of Penobscot annexed 
tnl88». 

Cumbeblakd.— Part taken to form part of Androscoggin In 1834. 

Hancock.— Part annexed to Knox in 1913. 

Kennebec— Part taken to form part of Androscoggin In 1854; part annexed to 
Waldo In 1873. 

Knox.— Organized from parts of Llncohi and Waldo In 1860; part of Hancoek 
annexed In 1913. 

LmooLN.— Parts taken to form Sagadahoc and part of Androscoggin In 1854; part 
taken to form part of Knox in 1860. 

Penobscot.- Part annexed to Aroostook tn 1888. 

Saoadahoc.— Organized from port of Lincoln in 1854. 

Waldo.— Part takan to farm part of Knox in 1860; part of Komebeo annexed In 
1873. 

Wasbinoton.— Part of Aroostook amiexed In 1885. 

UABYLAND. 

ALLEOANT.— Part taken to form Garrett County In 1S72. 

Anne Abundel.— Part annexed to Baltimore city tn 1919. 

Baltdiobe.- Part annexed to Baltimore city between 1880 and 1890, and again 
tn 1919. 

B ALTtMOBE crrr.— Fart of Dal tl more County annexed iMtween 1880 and 1800, and 
parts of Anne Arundel and Baltimore Counties annexed in 1919. 

Oabbbtt.— Organized from part of Allegany County tn 1872. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Hampden.- Part of Hampshire annexed in 1909. 

HAUramBE. — Part annexed to Hampden in 1909. 

Middlbsex.— Part of Suffolk annexed In 1872; part annexed to Suffolk tn 1873 
and part annexed to Norfolk In 1907. Boundary line between Caml>rtdge city, 
Ifiddlesex County, and Boston city, Suffolk County, changed In 1910. 

NoitrOLK.— Part of Suflolk annexed In 1872: parts annexed to Suffolk in 1872, 
1873, 1874, and 1912; part of Uiddlesex annexedin 1907. 

Stttfolk.- Parts annexed to Middlesex and Norfolk tn 1872: part of Middlesex 
annexedin I873;partsof Norfolk annexedin 1872, 1873, 1874, and 1912. Boundary 
Una between Cambridge city, Middlesex County, and Boston city, Suffolk County, 
changed in 1910. 

MICmOAN. 

The State.— For tnfcmnatton In regard to counties no longer In existence, see 
footnote for Michigan on page 110. 

Aloeb.— Organfiad from part of Bchoderaft tn 188t. 

A BEN AC— Organized from part of Bay in 1883. 

Baraqa.— Organized from part of Hoothton In ISTfi. 

Bat.— Part taken to form Arenao in 1883. 

Cbarlevoix.— Part annexed to Emmet batnean laso and 1900; part of Manltoa 
annKced tn 1896. 

Cdippewa.— Pert taken to form part of Luca in 1887. 

DiCKlNaoN.— Organixad from parts of Iran, Marqoatta, and Menominee tn 1801. 

Emmet.— Part of Charlevoix annexed betwaen 1890 and 1900. 

OooBBic— Organised from port of OntonasoD tn 1887. 

HouoHTON.— Part taken to form Barags In lS7i. 

Ibon.— Organized from parts of Marquette and Menominee in 188S; parts cf Mar- 
quette and Manomlnae anne.trd in 1891 ; part takan to form part of Dickinsan tn 1891. 

Keweenaw.— Isle Roval annexed In 1897. 

LEELANAU.— Part of Manitou annexed in 1800. 

Lvce.— Organized Irom parts of Chlppawa and Macktnac in 1887. 

HACKniAC.— Noma changed from Mtcbtltmaoktnac t>etw<en 1860 and 1870; part 
takan to form part of Luca tn 1887. 

Manistee. - Part aimaxad to Waxtord in 1873; part of Wexford annexed between 
1880 and isga 

HABQtlETTE.- Parts takan to form part of Iron tn 188S and part of Dk^nson In 
189<; part amiexed to Iron in 1891. 

MmoMlNEBv— Parts taken to form part of Iron in USftandpartof Dickinson in 
1801; part anne-Ted to Iron in 1891. 

OinoMAtKnr.— Part taken to form aoeeble In 1887. 

ScaooLCBArr.— Part taken to form Alger in l88Ii. 

Wexford.- Part of Manlstae annexed tn 1873; part annexed to Manistee t>a- 
tween 1880 and 1890. 



MINNESOTA. 

Tbb StAIS<— For inftrmattcn In regard to counties no longer in existence, sea 
Ibotnotef )r Minnesota on page ill. 

Amm.— Parts of Oaa* analtasoa annexed Iwtween 1870 and 1880. 

Anoka.— Manomtn annexed tn 1870. 

Bbltbami.— Part taken to toim Clearwater In 1903. 

Bio Stone.— Organized from lait of Fierce tietwven 1800 and 1870; part of Trav> 
erse annexed tn isfu. 

C.iss.— Part annexed to Altkin t>etwecn 1870 and IS80; part taken to^orm Hnb- 
bard in 1S'<3; part i annexed to Crow Wing and Hubbard between 18S0 and 1900. 

CHirrEWA.— Organized from part of Pierce bitween 1800 and 1870; part a"''mil 
to Swift tnl87U. 

Clat.— Organized from part otBieokenrldge in 1862. 

Cleabwateb.— Organized from nrt of BaKraml In 190L 

Cook.— Organized from part of take In UCtb. 

Crow Wimq.— Part of Caaa annexed betwaen 1890 and ISOOi 

Dakota.— Part annexed to Ramsey In 1874. 

Bubbabo.— Organized from part of Cass In 1883; pert of Oass annexed betweea 
1890 and ItOO. 

Itasca.— Part annexed to Aitkin tietween 1870 and 1880; part taken to Ibrm Eoo- 
cblchlnglnl906. 

Kandivohl— Monongalia annexed In 1870. 

Kittson.- Name chaiued from Pembina In 1878; ports taken to form Maiahall 
In 1879 and Roseau in 18^ 

KoocaiCBiNO.— Ormnlzed b^m port of Itasca in 1908. 

Lao QtJi Pable.— Organized from part of Redwood tn U71. 

Lake.— Part taken to form Cook In 1875. 

Lincoln.— Organized from port of Lyon In 1878. 

Lton.— Orgauzed from part of Redwood in 1871; part takan to Ibrm Unooln In 
1873. 

Mahnomen.— Organized trom that part ot Wtdto Eartb Indian Reservation In 
Norman County In 1906. 

MAXSRALL.-^Organtied from port ot Kittson tn 1879. 

Mxekeb.— Part of Renville annexed In 1871. 

NoBMAN.— Organized from part ot Polk in 1881; part (lUmerly part ot WUta 
Eartb Indian ReaervationUaken to Ibrm Mahnomen tn 1906. 

Otteb TAa.— Part of Wnktn annexed between 1870 and 1880. 

Pennington.— Ormnlzed from pan of Red Lake in 1910, but prior to TUitetotli \ 
Census date (April IS). 

Pine.— Buchanan annexed lietween 1860 and 1870. 

Polk.— Parts taken to form Norman In 1881 and Red Lake In 1897. 

Pope.— Organlied from part of Pierce between 1860 and 1870. 

Ramsey.— Part of Dakota annexed in 1874. 

Red Lake.— Organized from part of Polk In 1897; part taken to torm Pennine- 
ton in 1910, but prtor to Thirteenth Census date (April 1»). 

Redwood.— Pans taken to fonn Lac qui Parle and Lyon In 1871 and Telknr 
Medicine tn 1872. 

RBNvni.E.— Part annexed to Meeker In 1871. 

Soseao.— Organized from part of Kittson in 1895. 

S TEVE NS.— Organized from part of Pleroe between 1860 and 1870. 

Swm.— Organized from part of Pierce t>etween 1860 and 1870; parts of Chippewa 
and oM Lao qui Parle annexed tn 1870. 

Tbavebse.— Part annexed to Big Stone tn 1876. 

Wilkin.— Name changed from Toombs to Andy Jolinaon and from Andy Johnson 
to Wilkin in 1888; Breclceniidge annexed in 1S68; part annexed to Otter TaU between 
1870andl880. 

Yellow Medicine.— Organized from part of Redwood In 187Z 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Aloobn. — Organized from parts of Tinpah and Tishomingo in 1870. 

AMITE. — Part taken to form part of Lincoln In 1870. 

Benton.— Organized from parts of Mardiall and Tippah «n 1870. 

Cabboll.— Parts taken to form part of Grenada tn 1870 and parts of LeOore and 
Montgomery In 1871. 

CmcKASA w — Parts taken to form part of Clay In 1872 and part of Webster in 
1874. 

Choctaw.— Parts taken to form part of Grenada In 1870, part of MontgometT 
In 1871, and part of Webster in 1874; part of Win'iton annexed in 1874. 

Clat.— Name changed ITom Coltiix in 1876. Organized from parts of Chickasaw, 
Lowndes, Monroe, and Oktibbetia In 1872. 

Coahoma.— Part taken to form part of Quitman In 1877. 

ConAH.— Part taken to form part of Lincoln In 1870. 

CoviNOTON.— Part taken to form part of Jefferson Davis in 1908. 

Db Soto.— Part taken to form part of Tate in 1873. 

FoBBEST.— Organized from part of Perry In 1908. 

Fbankijn.— Part taken to form part of Lincoln tn 1870. 

Oeoboe.— Organized from parts of Greene and Jackson In 1910, bnt prior to 
Thirteenth Census date (April IS). 

Obbene.— Part taken to form part of George in 1910, bnt prior to Thlrteentli 
Census date (April 15). < »■ 

Obenada.— Organized trom ports of Carroll, CSioctaw, Tallahatchie, and Yalo- 
busha in 1870. 

Hancock.— Part taken to fonn part of Pearl River In 1880 and part annexed to 
Pearl River tn 1908. 

Habrison.— Part taken to form Stone In 1916. 

Holmes.— Part taken to form part ot Bumpfareys in 1918. 

Hum PORETS.— Organized ITom parts of Holmes, Sharkey, Sunflower, Washing- 
ton, and Yazoo In 1918. 

Issaquena.— Part taken to form part of Sharkey in 1876. 

Itawamba.— Part taken to form pvt of Lee In 1866. 

Jackson.— Part taken to form part of Oeorge in 1910, bnt prior to Tlilileaiilli 
Census date (April IS). 

jErrEP.soN Davis.— Organized tnm parts of Covington and I^wtanca in 1906. 

Lah ar.— Onranlzed from parts ot Marlon and Pearl River tn 1904. 

La WRE.NCE.— Parts taken to form part of Ltnooln in 1870 and part of Jefferson 
Davis In 1906. 

Lee.— Organized from parts of Itawamba and Pcototoc tn 1860; port annaxad 
to Union in 1874. 

LErLOTtE.— Organized from parts of Carroll and Sunflower tn 1871. 

Lincoln.— Organized from parts of Amite, Copiah, Franklin, Lawrence, and 
Pike In 1870. ■ ' »- ' > 

LovTNDES.- Part taken to form part of Clay In 1872. 

Marion.— Parts taken to form part of Pearl River In 1880, port ot Lemtt In lOOt. 
and part of WalthaH In 1914. 

MAR.SHALL.— Parts tnkea to form part otBenton in 1870 and port ot Tate in 1873. 

Monroe.— Part taken to form part of Clay In 1872. 

MONTOOMBRT.— Organized ihim parts of Carroll and Choctaw tn 1871; port takan 
to form part ot Webster tn 1874. 

Oktibbera.— Parts taken to form part of CHay tn 1872 and part of Webster in 

1874. I- .- r- 

Panola.— Part taken to form part of Qnttman tn 1877. 

Peabl River.— Organized from partsofHanoookandMarionln 1880; parttakM 
to form part ot I«inarlnl904; part of Hancock annexed tn 1906. 



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laSSiasiPPI-Contlnued. 

Pkrbt.— Part taken to lorm Forrost In 1908. 

Pise.— Ports taken to form pfirt of Lincoln In 1870 and part of Walthall in 1014. 

I'oNToToc— Porta tokon to tonn part of Lee in 1800 and part of Union In 1870. 

Peentiss.— Organized from part of Tlshonilnco In 1870. 

Qmnf AN — Organised from parts of Coatioma, Fanola, TaUahatchie, and Tunica 
to 1877. 

SHAKEZT.—Organlxed from part5ufIssaqurna,\VaiTen, and Washington in 187G, 
part token to form port otUumphrcys in 1918. 

Stone.— Or^nized ftrom part of Larrlson in 1016. 

SvNrLowiuL— Parts taken to form part otLoOorc in 1871 and partofllumpluay'! 
to 1018. 

Tallibatchh.— Partstaken to Ibim part of Grenada in 1870 and part of Qultma n 
tnIS77. 

Tate.— Orcanlied from parts of De Soto, Marshall, and Tunica In 1873. 

TirPAii.— Parts taken to form parts of Aloom. Benton, and Union in 1870. 

TlsnouiNoo.— Ports taken to form parts of Alrom and Prentiss in 1870. 

Tunica.— Ports taken to form partof Tate In 1873 and part of Quitman in 1877. 

Union. — Orcanlfed from parts of Pontotoc and Tippah In 1870 and part of 1 1'.'> 
annexed In 1874. 

Walthall.— Organized brom parts of Pike and Clarion in lOM. 

Wasren. — Part taken to form part of Sharkey in 1876. 

Wasrinotok.— Parts taken to form part of Sharkey In 1876, and part of Hum- 
phreys in 1918. 

Wkbstkb.— IIsmechaD{!edtromSumnerinl8S2. Organized ITom parts of Chick- 
asaw, Choctaw, Montgomery, and Oktibbeha in 1874. 

Winston.— Part annexed to Choctaw in 1874. 

Yalobusha.— Part taken to form part of Qrenodo in 1870. 

Yaioo.— Part taken to form part of Humphreys in 1918. 

MISSOURI. 

The State.— For information In regard to counties no longer in ailiteooe, see 
fbotnote for Missouri on page 114. 
Oentrt.— Part taken to form Worth In 1861. 
Putnak. — Dodge County annexed between 1850 end 1860. 
St. Louis.— St. Louis city made Independent of county In 1876. 
St. Louis crrr.- Hade independent of St. Louis County in 1876. 
WoBlB4-Organiz«d tnnn part of Gentry in 1861. 

MONTANA. 

Beatebeead.— Part of Madison annexed in 1911. 

Bio Hohn.— Organized from parts of Rosebud and Yellowstone In 1913. 

Blaine.— Organized from part of Chouteau In 1912; part taken to form part cf 
Fhimpslnl9l£ 

Broadwateb. — Organized from parts of Jefferson and Meagher in 1897. 

Carbon.— Organized from parts of Park and Yellowstone In 189S; part taken to 
form pert of Stillwater in 1913; part annexed to Yellowstone and part of Yellow- 
itoneannexedln 1919. 

Cabteb.— Organized bom part of Fallon in 1917. 

Cascade.— Organized from parts of Chouteau, Lewis and Clark, and Mealier in 
1887; partof Meagher annexed between l«90an(l 1900. 

Cbouteau.— Parts taken to form part of Casrado in 1887, Teton In 1893, Blaine 
•nd Hill in 1912, and ports of Litierty and Ponderain 1919. 

CnsTEE.— Name changed from Bighorn in 1877; part taken to form part of Yel- 
lowstone in 1881; part, including Northern Chovpnno Indian Reser\'ation and 
part of Cro«r Indian Resemtlon, takpn to (onn Rosebud in 1901; parts taken to 
n>rmFaUonlnl913,iM>rtofPrairiein igi.'i, and Powder River in 1919. 

Dawson. — Partstakan to form Vallev in 1893, Richland and part of Wibaux 
In 1914, part of Prairie in 1915, and Garfield and port of McC'one in 1919. 

Dbeb Lodob.— Parts taken to Ibrm ."iher Bow in 1S.S1, Cranite in 1808, and 
Powell in 1901: parUannexed toFltiilii>:Ml an. I l..vi^ ni;,] rinrk V-ff.xr,) ]890and 
1900; part of sarar Bow annexed in iws; part auutsAoi tu ouver him iu 1917. 

Fallon.— Organized from part of Custer in 1913; parts taken to form part of 
^nbaux In 1914, part of Pratale in 1915, and Carter in 1917; part annexed to Wibaux 
and part of Wibaux annexed in 1919. 

Febous.— Organized from part of Headier In 1885; part annexed to Meagher 
and part taken to fbnn part of Mnssebhellin 1911. 

FLATHEAn.— Organized from part ofMissoulain 1883; partofDeerLodgeannexed 
tietween 1S90 and 1900; part taken to form Lincoln in 1909. 

Oallatdt.— Parts taken to form part of Yellowstonein 1881 and Park In 1887. 

Oabfield.— Organized from part of Dawson In 1919. 

GLACnB.— Organised from part of Teton in 1919. 

Obanitb.— Organized from part of Deer Lodge in 1 803. 

Bnx.— Organized Ihmi part of Chouteau in 1013; parts taken to form part of 
Toolein 19l!and part of liberty in 1919. 

iBiraBSOH.— Part taken to form part of Broadwater in 1897. 

Lewis and Clabk.— Part taken to form part of Cascade in 1887; parts of Deer 
liOdgeand Meagherannexed between 1890 and 1000. 

Ubebtt.— Organized from parts of Chouteau and Bill In 1919. 

LnrooLN.— Oiganized from part of Flathead In 1909. 

McCoNE.— Organized from parts of Dawson and Rlddand In 1919. 

Madison.— Part annexed to Beaverhead In 1911. 

Mbaobbb.— Parts taken to form Fergus in 1885, part of Cascade In 1887, part of 
llweet Orassln 1895, and part of Broadwater in 1897; parts annexed to Cascade and 
Icnrisand Clark between ISSOand 1900; partofFeigusannexedlnlOll; partstaken 
tofcrmpartof MusseUhell In 1911 and part of l^lieatland In 1917. 

MiNEBAL.— Organized from part of Mlasoula In 1914. 

Mbsoitla.— Pans taken to form Flathead and Raralll in 1893, Sanders In 1906, 
and Mineral in 1914; part of Powell annexed in 1916. 

Musselshell.— Organized from parts of Fergus, Meagher, and Yellowstone in 

inL 

Pabk.— Organized from part of Gallatin in 1SS7; parts taken to form parts of 
Carbon and Sweet Gross in 1S95. 

Pdilum.— Organlzwi from ports of Blaine and Valley In 1915. • 

PoNDEBA.— Organized from parts of Chouteau and Teton In 1919. 

Powder RrrEH.— Orgonizoo from part of Custer In 1919. 

Powell.— Organized from part of Deer Lodge In 1901 ; part annexed to Missoula 
In 1915. 

Pbaibib.— Organised from parts of Custer, Dawson, and Fallon In 1915. 

RaValii.— Organized from part of Missoula In 1893. 

Richland.— Organized from part of Dawson in 1914; parts taken to tana part of 
Wibaux in 1914 and port of McCone in 1919. 

RoosETELT.— Organized trota port of Sheridan in 1919. 

Rosebud.— Organized from port ofCusler County, Including Northern Cheyenne 
Indian Reservation and part of Crow Indian Reservation, In 1901; parts taken to 
form part of Big Bom In 1913, and Treasure in 1919. 

SaNdbbs.— Organized trom part of Mis.«oula in 1906. 

Bbbbidan.— Organized from part of Vallev in 1913; part taken to form Roose- 
'seitlB 1919. 



MONTANA— Conttnned. 

Silver Bow.— Organized fnnn part of Deer Lodge In 1881; part annexed to Deer 
Lodge in 1903; part of Deer Lodgeannexed in 1917. 

Stillwateb. — Organized from parts of Carbon, Sweet Grass, and Yellowstone 
in 1913. 

SwEiT Grass.— Organized from parts of Meadier, Park, and Yellowstone in 
1895; parts taken to form part of StlUwster in 1913 and part of Wheatland iu 1917. 

Teton.— Organized from part of Chouteau in 1803: part taken to form part of 
Toolein 1914; partstaken to Ibrra OladeraMdpartoIPonderainUlOi 

Toole.— Organized from ports of Hill and Teton In 1914. 

Treasure.— Organized from part of Rosebud in 1919. 

Valley.- Organized from part of Dawson In 1S93; parts taken to form Sheridan 
In 1913 and part of Phillips in 1915. 

Wheatland.— OrgoiUzed from parts of Meagher and Sweet Grass in 1917. 

Wibaux.— Organized from parts of Dawson. Fallon, and Richland in 1914; part 
annexed to Fallon and part of Fallon annexea in 1919. 

Yellowstone.— Organized from partsofCusterond Gallatin in 1881; partstaken 
to form parts of Carbon and Sweet Grti.<i8in 1895; partstaken to form part of Muj- 
selshellin 1911 and ports o{ nu Horn and Stiliwaterin 1913; part annexed toCarbon 
and part of Carbon annexed in 1919. 

NEBRASKA. 

The State.- For information In regard to counties no longer hi existence, see 
footnote for Nebrasica on page llfl. 

ANiELorE.— Organized from unorganized territory In 1871. 

Artbub.— Old Arthur Cmmtv organized from unorganized territory In 1887 and 
annexed to MePherson between 1890 and 1900. Present Arthur County organlred 
from part of MePherson in 1913. 

Banneb.— Organized from part of Cheyenne in 1888. 

Blaine.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1885. 

Boone.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1871. 

Box BTTtTE.— Organized from part of Dawes In 1886. 

Botd.— Formerly part of Dakota: annexed to Nebraska between 1880 and 1890; 
unorganized territory in 1890; organized as Boyd In 1891. 

Brown.— Organized from nnorganlzed territory in 1883; parts taken to form 
Keyapaha in 1884 and Rork In 1888. 

Chbrrt.— Organized from unorganized territory In 1383. 

Cheyenne.- Parts taken to form Banner, Deuel, Kimball, arid Sootts Bluff in 
1888 and Morrillin 1909. 

CusTEB.— Organized from unorBanlzed territory in 1877. 

Dakota.— Part ceded from Union County, S. Dak., in 1908. 

Dawes.— Organized from part of Sioux In 1835; part taken to form Box Butte 
in 1886. 

Deuel.— Organized from part of Cheyenne in 1S8.1: part taken to form Garden 
In 19in, but prior to Thirteenth Cen'^us dale (April l-'i). 

DUNnv.— Orpanized from imoriranizcd territory in 1S73. 

Frostier.— Or>;anized from unormnlzed territor^v In 1872. 

Furn.ap.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1873. 

Gardes.— Organized from nart of Deuel in 1910, but prior to Thirteenth Ceiam 
date (.^pril 15): part annered to Grant in 1919. 

GARnELD.— Organized from poft of Wheeler In 18S4. 

C.osPEB. — Organized from unorganized territory in 1873. 

Grant.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1887: part Of Garden annexed 
in 1919. 

Greei.et. — Organized from unorganized territory in 1.S71. 

Harlan.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1871. 

Have.''. — Organized from unorganized territory 'in 1877. 

IIiTcncocK.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1873. 

Holt.— Organized from unoreanized territory in 1876. 

Hooker. — Organized > rom unorganized territory in 19^, 

Howard.— Organized from unoreanized territory in 1871. 

•Tekfeeson— Jones annexed in 1,'Wfi: part taken to form Thayer In 1871 

Kepth.- Organi7.e<i from part of I.ineoln In 1873; part taken toform PerIdnsinl8S7. 

Kevapaha. —Organized from part of Brown in 1SS4. 

Kimball— Organized from part of Cheyenne in 1888. 

Kno.v.— .N'amnehanged from L'Fau qui Court in 1873. 

LiscoLS.— Part taken to form Keith in 1873. 

LoOAS.— Organized from unoriranized territory in 1.KS5. 

Loup. — Organized from nnorganize*! territory in 1S.S3. 

Mcpherson— Oreanized from unorganized territory in 1887; old Arthur County 
annexed between IRtti) and 19(10; part takc^n to form present Arthur County ift 
1913. 

MOBBILL.— Organized from part of Chevenne in 1909. 

Nance.— Orguiized from the Pawnee Indian Reservation In 1879. 

Pebkins.— Organized from part of Keith In 1887. 

Phelps.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1873. 

Redwillow.— Orguiized from unorganized territory in 1873. 

Rock.— Organized from T«rt of Brown In 1888. 

Saundebs.— Calhoun annexed in 1862. 

Sootts Bluit.— Organized from port of Cheyenne In 1888. 

Bhebidan. — Organized from pert of Sioux in 1885. 

Shebuan. — Organized from unorgonir.ed territory In 187S. 

Sioux.— Orgaoteed from unorganized territory in 1877; parts taken to form Dawes 
and SheridanIn 1885. 

Thayeb. — Organized from part of Jeflerson in 1872. 

Thomas. — Organised from unorganized territory in 1887. 

Thubston. — Name changed from Bla<'kl ird in 1889. 

Vaixet. — Organized from unorganized territory in 1871. 

Whbeleb.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1877; part taken to form 
Garfield in 1884. 

NEVADA. 

The State.— For informotion in regard to counties no longer in existence, see 
footnote for Nevada on page 118. 

Claek.— Organized from part of Lincoln in 1909. 

Elko. — Part of Lander annexed in 1871. 

Esuebalda.- Part of Nye annexed in 1875; part taken to form Mineral In 1911; 
part annexed to Nye in 1913. 

EimEKA.— Organized from part of Lander in 1873. 

HuMnoLDT.— Part annexed toLonderin 1873; part taken to form Pershingin 1819. 

Lander.- Part annexed to Elko in 1871: part taken to form Eureka in 1873; 
part of Humboldt annexed In 1873. 

LreooLs.- Port taken to form Clarkin 1909. 

MINEBAL.— Organized from part of Esmeralda in 1911. 

Nye.— Parts annexed to Esmeralda and White line in 1875: port o! Esmeraldi 
annexcdin 1913. 

Pebshino.— Organized from port of Humboldt in 1919. 

Washoe.— Roop annexed In 18fS. 

Whttb Pine.— Part of Nye annexed In 1875. 



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NKW HAMFSmBE. 

GBinoir.— Putannsjced to Uerrimack a 1871. 
limnUM t ac.— P«rt of Qrafton annexed tn 1871. 

NKW JERSEY. 

BuBLiNOTON.— Fart aiui«x«d to Ocean in 18tl. 
Camdbn.— Part annexed (o Olouceater In 1S7I. 
OlODCxsraa.— Part of Camden annexed In 1871. 
Ocxui.— Part of Burlington annexed in 1891. 

NEW UEXIOO. 

Thb Statb.— For information in regard to ooonties no longer in azisteDoe, see 
footnote for New Mexico on page lift. .. „ 

BuiuuLLO.— Part annexed to Valenoia in 1870; Santa Ana annexed in 1874 and 
part of Santa Fa annexed Iwtween 1890 and moO; parts taken to form part of 
MoEinley tn IWI, Sandoval and part of Leonard Wood (now Ouadaiupe) in 1903, 
and part of Tonanoe in 1906. 

Cb&tis.— Oreaniied from part of Lincoln in 1891; parts taken to form part oi 
Booseveit in 1903 and parts of De Baca and Lea In 1917; part annexed to Koosevelt 
In 1917. 

COUTAZ.— Organised from part of Mora in 1869; part taken to form part of Union 
In 1893. 

CuuiT.— Orainized from parts of Quay and Roosevelt in 1909. 

Di Baca.— Omniied from parts of Cbaves, Ouadaiupe, and Roosevelt in 1817. 

Dona Ana.— Oraanlied from part of Socorro in 180: territory aoqoired from 
Mexico (Oadsden Treaty) annexed In 1855; part annexed to Lincoln Iwtween 1870 
and 1880; part of Linoom annexed between 1880 and 1890; parts taken to form Ari- 
lona in 1860, Grant in 1868, put of Sierra in 1884, part of Otero in 1899, and part of 
Lima in 1901. 

Eddt. — Organised from part of Uncoln in 1891; part taken to form part of Lea 
In 1917. 

Obant.— Organized from part of Dona Ana in 1868; parts talcen to tarn part of 
Sierra in 1884, part of Luna in 1901, and Hidalgo in 1919. 

OOADALvra.— Old Ouadaiupe organised from parts of Lincoln and San Miguel 
In 1891; parts taken to ibrm parts of Quay and Rooaevelt in 1903; remainder, witti 
parts of Bernalillo and Valencia, tawm to form Leonard Wood in 1903. Name 
eiianged from Iieonard Wood to Guadalupe in 1905; part taken to form part of 
De Baca In 1917. 

Bo>AL0O.— Organisedfram part of Grant in 1919, effective Jan. 1,1930. 

Lka.— Organised from parts of Chaves and Eddy in 1917. 

Lotooui.— Ofganiied from part of Socorro in 1869; part of Dcma Ana annexed 
between 1870and 1880; part annexed to Dona Ana between 1880 and 1890: parts 
taken to form Chaves, Eddy, and part of old Guadalupe in 1891, part of Otero In 
1899, and part of Torrance In 1905. 

Luna.— Organised from parts of Dona Ana and Grant In 1901 . 

McKlNiXT. — Organized from parts of BemaliUo, Rio Aiiitja, San Juan, and 
Valendain 1901. 

MOBA.— Organised from part of Taos in 1860; parts taken to form CoUkxinl869 
and part of Union in 1893. 

Otebo.— Organized from parts of Dona Ana, Lincoln, and Socorro in 1899. 

QVAT.— Organized fromparts of old Guadalupe and Union in 1903; part taken 
to nam part of Curry in 19W. 

Rio Abbiba.— Farts taken to form San Juanin 1887 and part of MoElnley in 1901; 
part of Santa Fe annexed in 1902. 

RoosBVBLT. — Organized from parts of Chaves and old Guadalupe in 1903; parts 
taken to form part of Cuiry in 1909 and part of De Baca in 1917; part of Chaves 
annexed In 1917. 

San Juan.— Organized from part of Rio Arriba in 1887; part taken to form part 
ofMcEinleyinlsOl. 

San Miqdel.— Parts taken to form part of old Ouadaiupe in 1891, part of Union 
in 1893, and part of Torrance in 1905. 

Sandoval.— Organised from part of Bernalillo in 1903. 

Santa Fe.— Part annexed to Bernalillo between 1890 and 1900 and part annexed 
to Rio Arriba in 1902; part taken to form part of Torrance in 1905. 

SiBBKA.— Organized from parts of Dona Ana, Grant, and Socorro in 1884. 

SoooBBO.— Parts taken to larm D<ma Ana in 1852, Lincoln in 1860, part of 
Sierra in 1884, part of Otero in 1899, and part of Torrance in 1905. 

Taos.— Fart taken to form Mom in 1860. 
. To&BANCE.— Organized from ports of BemallUo, Lincoln, San Miguel, Santa Fe, 
SocOTro, and Valencia in 1905. 

Union.— Organized from parts of CoUax, Mora, and San Miguel in 1893; part taken 
to form part of Quay in 1903. 

Valencu.— Part of Bernalillo annexed in 1870; parts taken to form part of 
McKlnleytn 1901, part of Leonard Wood (now Ouadaiupe) in 1903, and part of 
Tonanoe In 1905. 

NEW YORK. 

Bbohx.— Oronlzed from part of New York in 1914. 
CHBmnio.— Part taken to form part of Schuyler in 1864. 
EasBZ.— Part annexed to Bamllton and part of Hamilton annexed In 1915. 
BAioMoii.— Part annexed to Essex and part of Essex annexed lnJ91S. 
Enras.— Part of Queens aimexed in 1915. 
Nassatt.— Organued from part of Qneens in 1899. 

Nbw Yobe.— Parts of Westchester annexed in 1873 and 1885; part taken to 
form Bronx in 1914. . _ 

Quibns.— Part taken to fbrm Nassau in 1889; part annexed to Kinn in 1915. 
Schotlbb.— Organised from parts of Chemung, Steuben, and Tompkins In 1854. 
Stbvbbn. — Fart talcen to form part of Schuyler in 1S54. 
ToupuNS.— Fart taken to form part of Schuyler In 1854. 
Wbstcbutkb.— Parts annexed to New York in 1873 and 1885. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Alleohant.— Parts of Wilkes, Ashe, and Surry annexed In 1871, 1872, and 1875, 
rospectively. 

AasB.— Part annexed to Alleghany in 1872. 

AvBBT.— Organized from parts of Caldwell, Mitchell, and Watauga in 1911. 

Bbatttobt.— Farts annexed to Pamlico tn 1874 and 1875. 

Bladbn. — Parts annexed to Columbus and (Cumberland in 1873 and 1874, re- 
spectively. 

Bbvnswkx.— Parts annexed to (Mumbus in 1876 and 1877. 

Caldwbu..— Part talcen to form part of Avery In 1911. 

Cabtebet.— Part of Cia\-en annexed between 1880 and 1890. 

Chatbah.— Part taken to form part of liee in 1908. 

Cbbboxbb.— Part taken to form O raluun in 1872. 

Clat.— Part of Macon annexed in 1873. 

CtSTZLiND.— Part of Gaston annexed In 1916. 



NORTH CAROLINA-Gonttnued. 

COLVUBUs.— Part of Bladen annexed in 1873 and parts of Brunswick annexed in 
187«andisn. 

Obavbn.— Part taken to form Pamlico In L872 and part annexed to Cartsnt 
between 1880 and 1890. 

OuMBBBLANo.— Part of Bladen annexed in 1874; part amwmwl to Harnett and 
part taken to form part of H<Ae in 1911. 

COBBITVCK.— Pan annexed to Dare in 1919. 

Dabe.— Part of Currituck annexed In 1919. 

Davidson.— Fart annexed to Forsyth between 1880 and 1890. 

DvaHAM.— Organised from parts of Orange and Wake In 1881; part of Wake an- 
nexedinl911. 

FOBiTTH.— Part of DaWdson annexed between 1880 and 1890. 

Fbankun.— Parts of G ranvllie annexed in 1873 and 1875; part taken to form part 
of Vance in 1881. 

Oasioh.— Part annexed to Cleveland In 1916. 

Graham.— Organized from part of Cherokee in 1873. 

UbaNTHLB.— Parts annexed to Franklin in 1873 and 1875; part taken to form 
part at Vance In USl. 

Habnett.— Part of Cumberland annexed in 1911. 

Hkndbbson.— Part annexed to Polk in 1911. 

Hokb.— Ormnlzad from parts ofOombtrland and Bobosoain 1911. 

Jackson.— Part taken to form part of Swain In 1871. 

Lee.— Orranlzed from parti of Chatham and Moore In 1908. 

Maoom.— Part taken to form part of Swain in 1871 and part annexed to Clay in 
1872. 

Mrcobix.— Fart of Yanoey aimexed in 1872; part taksn to farm part of Avery in 
1911. 

MOOBE.— Part taken to form part of Lee In 1906. 

New Hanoveb.— Part annexed to Sampson in 1872 and part taken to form 
Pender in 1875. 

Obanqe.- Part taken to form part of Durham in 1881. 

Pamijoo.— Organized from part of Craven in 1873 and parts of Beaufort annexad 
in 1874 and 1875. 

Pendek.— Organized from part of New Hano\-er In 1875. 

Pole.— Part of Henderson annexed tn 1911. 

BlcHMOND.- Part taken to form Scotland tn 1900. 

RoBiaoN.- Part taken to form part of Hoke in 1911. 

Bah PSON.— Part of New Hanover annexed In 1873. 

Scotland.— Organised from part of Richmond in 1900. 

SCBRT.— Part annexed to Alleghany in 1875. 

Swain.— Organized from parts of Jackson and Maoon tn 1871. 

Vance.— Organized from parts of Franklin. GranvlDe, and Warren in 1881. 

Wake.- ParttakentofonmpartofDurhaminlSSl; part annexed to Durham In 
1911. 

Wabbbn.— Part taken to form part of Vance In 1881. 

Watauoa.— Part taken to form part of Avery In 1911. 

WaKEs.— Fart annexed to Alleghany in 1871. 

Yancet.— Part aimexed to Mitchell In 1872. 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

Thb Statb.— For information in regard to counties no longer In extstenoe, sea 
footnote for North Dakota on page 122. 

Adaks.— Organized from part of Stark, comprising part of old Hettinger, in 1907. 

Babnes.— Organized from part of Burbank in 1875. 

Benson. — Organized from parts of De Smet (name changed from French In 1875), 
and Ramsey tn 1883. 

Bqxinos.— Formed from unorganized territory in 1879; organized, and part taken 
to form old Bowman, In 1883; old Bowman, old McEjenzb, and AUred annesed 
i n 1897; part taken to form part of McCenzie in 1905; parts taken to form Bowman 
in 1907, Oolden Valley in 1912, and aiope in 1915. 

BOTnNZAV.— Organized frommtrt of Buffalo CJounty, Dakota territory, in 1873; 
part annexed to McHenry in 1887; part of old RenviUe annexed in 1897. 

BowH AN.— Old Bowman formed from part of Billings In 1883 and annexed to BiU- 
ino tn 1807. Bowman organized from part of Billings in 1907. 

BOBEE.— Ormnlzed from part of Ward in 1910. 

BtrBLEiaH.-K>rgBnIzed from part of Boltalo County, Dakota territory, in 1873: 
parts of Mercer and Morton annexed in 1875; parts taken to form Emmons in 187V, 
and part of Oliver in 1885; part annexed to Morton in 1887. 

Cass. — Organized from part of Pamtiins in 1873; part taken to form part of Traill 
in 1875. 

Cavaueb. — Organized from part of Pembina in 1873; part taken to form part of 
Towner In 1883. 

DicEET.— Organized from part of La Moure in 1881. 



DiviDB.— Oromlzad from part of Wllliama in 1910. 
Dunn.— Old Dunn formed from pi 



J part of Howard in 1883 and annexed to Stark in 

1897. Dunn organized from parts of Mercer and Stark In 1908. 

Eddt.— Ormnized from part of Foster in 1885. 

EmoNS.— Formed from part of Burleigh in 1979; organized In 1883. 

FosTEB.— Organized from part of Pembina in 1873: parts taken to form Eddy in 
1885, part of Unggs tn 1881, and part of Nelson In 1883. 

Golden Valley.— Organized frran part of BlUings tn 1912. 

Gbano FoBKS.— Organized from part of Pembina In 1873; parts taken to form 
part of TralUin 1875, part of Walsh In 1881, and part of Nelson in 1883. 

Obant.— Organized from part of Morton in 1916. 

GBIQOS.— Organised fromparts of Burbank, Foster, and Traill in 1881; part taken 
to form part of Steele tn 18». 

HETllNaBB.— Old Hettinger formed from part of Stark in 1883; annexed to Stark 
tn 1897. Hettinger organized from part of Stark In 1907. 

Kidder.— Organized from part of BuSalo County, Dakota territory, in 1873. 

La Mouse.- Organized from part of Pembina in 1873; part taken to form Dickey 
in 1881. 

LooAN.— Organized from part of Buffalo C!aunty, Dalcota territory. In 1873; part 
taken to form Mcintosh in 1883. 

McHenbt.— Organized from part of Buffalo County, Dakota territory, in 1878; 
part of Bottineau annexed, and part taken to form part of Church In ISeH; part of 
Charch annexed between 1880 and 1900. 

HcIntosr.— Orranized from part of Logan In 1883. 

McKbnzie.— Old McKenzie formed from part of Howard in 1883 and annexed to 
Billings in 1887. McKenzie organized from parts of BDUngs and Stark (oompclaliiB 
the unorganized counties of Allred, McKenzie, and Wallace) in 1906. 

McLean.— Organized from part of Stevens in 1883; Garfield, old Sheridan, and 
parts of CHiufcb and Stevens annexed Iwtween 1390 and 1900; part taken to form 
Sheridan in 1908. 

Mebceb.— Org^mlzed from unnganlzed territory in 1875; part annexed to Bur- 
leigh in 1875; part taken to form part of Oliver in 1&5; part ofold Williams annexed 
between 1890 and 1900: part taken to form part of Dunn In 1908. 

MoBiOH^-Oiganized from unorganized territory tn 1873; part annexed to Bur- 
lel^ in 1875, and part of Borlelgn annexed in 087; parts taken to foim Stous 
(compristng Standug Hook Indian Reservation) tn 1914; and Grant in 1916. 



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NORTH DAKOTA-Continued. 

ICouimun-— Old MountralUs organixed from part of Buffalo Countv, I>akoto 
taRttory, In 1878, annexed to Ward In lasi; Mountrail organized tram part of Ward 
inltw. 

Nbuok.— Organized fram parts of Faster, Orand Forks, and Ramsey In 1883. 

OUVKR.— Ormnlzed from parts of BurlelBh and Mercer In 188S. 

PEKBlNA^43mppewa and Kittson annexed In 1871; parts taken to form Burbank, 
Can, Csvaller, FoMer, Orand Forks, Ramsey, Ransom, Rietaland, and parts o f La 
Moore and Stutsman In 1873 and part of Walsh In 1881 . 

PlXBOB.— OrgsnizedfrompartorDeSmetinl887; part ofChurch annexed between 
1890 and 1900. 

Ramset.— Otganlmd from part of Pembtna In 1873; parts taken to form parts of 
Benson and Nslaon In 1888. 

RAnsOH.— Organized from part of Peinldna in 1873; part taken to form part of 
Sargent in 1883. 

RBirnu.B.-^ld Renville formed tram part of Buffalo County, Dakota territory. 
In 187S; pwt taken to forrapart of Ward In 1885, andparts annexed to Bottineau 
and Ward In 1897. RanTllIe organized from part of Ward in 1919. 

Rkhland.— Organized from port of Pembina in 1873; part of Slsselon and Wabpe- 
tOB Indian Seserration annexed in 1883. 

RoLBTTB.— Organized from part of Buffalo County, Dakota territory, in 1873; 
part taken to form part of Towner in nss. 

SAROBirr. — Organized from parts of Ransom County and Slsseton and Wabpe- 
ton Indian Reservation In 1883. 

Brbudan.— Old Sbarldan formed from part of Buffalo County, Dakota territory, 
in 1873; part taken to form part of Church In 1887; annexed to McLean in 1891. 
Sheridan onanlzed ftam part of McLean in 1909. 

8l0tnt.—OreaDlzed from part of Morton County (oomprislngStanding Rock Indian 
Ree«rration)ln 1914. 

Sutis.— Organized from part of BllUngs in 191S. • 

Stark.— Farmed from unorganized territory In 1879; organized, and part taken 
to form old Hettinger, in 1883; old Dunn, old Hettinger, and Wallace annexed in 
1S97; part o{ old Williams annexed hetween 1890 and 1900; parts taken to form 
Adama and Hettlnrorln 1907, part otDunuin 19C8, an^part ofMcKenilelnl905. 

Steelk.— Ormnlzed tram parts ofOrliigsand Traill In 188S. 
_8TP TgiiAW.-K>ig»nlzed from parts of Bnflklo County, Dakota territory, and 
FemUnain 1878. 

TowREit.— Organized from parts of Cavalier and Rolettein 1883. 

Tbaill.— Organized from parts of Burbanlc, Cass, and Orand Forks In 187.'>; 
ports taken to farm part of Ortggsis 1881 and part of Steele in 1383. 

WAtsa^— Organized from parts of Orand Forks and Pcmbinain 1881. 

Wakd.— Organized Irom parts ot Stevens and old Renville In 1883; MountralUe 
annexed in 1891: part of old Renville annexed In 1897; part of Stevens annexed 
between 1890 and 1900; parts taken to form Mountrail In 1909 and Burke and Ren- 
yineinlOlO. 

WElxa.— Organized as Obicras Cram part of Buffalo County, Dakota territory, 
In 1873. Name changed In 1881. 

WnxiAMS.— Orcaoited from Butad and Flannery between 1890 and 1900; part 
token to ftnt DMdaln 1910. 

OHIO. 

OvXBiMET.— Part taken to form part ct NoUa In 18S1. 

IfONBOE.— Part taken to form part of Noble hi lUl. 

Hoboam.— Part taken to form part of Noble in 1»1. 

MoHs.— Oi^niMdfmm parts of Otozmaay, Monroe, and Morgan in 1861. 

OKLAHOMA. 

The State. — For information in regard to counties no longer in existence, see 
Ibotnote for Oklahoma on page 124. 

. Adaik.— Orranlzed ftom part of Cherokee Nation In 1907. 

Altalta.— Organized from part of Woods in 1907. 

Atoka.— Orguilzed from partofCbootaw Nation in 1907. 

Bbateb.— Parts taken toMm dmanon and Texas tn 1907. 

BacxHAu.— OqtsaizedbompartsofOreeraDdBogerMlUstn 1907; part annexed 
toGreerlnigiO. 

Blaine.- OrgwiiedfraBitodtaalandsbetvKxilSaO sod 1900; part of WlcUU 
Indian Reservation annexed In 1901. 

BBTAN.—OqanizadfrompsrlaotCUokaaav and Choctaw Nationsin 1907. 

Casik).— Organized liom parts of mehito and Kiowa, Comanche, and Apscbe 
Indian Reservatioos In 1901; part taken to form part of Grady in 1907 and part 
annexed to Orsdy in 1911. 

Canadiak.— Part oi Wichita Indian Reservation annexed in 1901 . 

Cabtee.— Organized from part of CUokasaw Ng^tlonln 1907. 

Cbxbokbc.— Organized from partotCbetokeeNaUon In 1907. 

Choctaw.— Orguilzed from part of Choctaw Nation in 1907. 

CiiUBBON.— Organized from part of Beaveiin 1907. 

Goal.— Organized from parts of Cliiakasaw and Choctaw Nationsin 1907. 

Comanche.— Organized from part of Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indian 
Reservation In 1901 : parts taken to form Tillman and parts of Orady, Jefferson, 
and Stephensin 1907; pwttakentoformpartof Swansonln 1910, but by dedsion 

SI Supreme Court of OkJ^ma, August 9, 1911, creation of Swanson County 
eclaredill^Landterrltory embraced therein restored to parent counties, Com- 
manohe and Kiowa; part taken to form Cottenln 1912. 

ConoH.— Organized ftom part of Comanche in 1912. 

Cbaiq.— Orguilzed from part of Cherokee Nation 1 n 1 907. 

Cbbbk.— Organized from part otCreek Nation in 1907. 

Custeb.— Organized from Indian lands between 1890 and 1900; pert of Wlohita 
Indian Reservation aonexed in ISOU 

_ DsLAWAKE.— Organiied from parts of Cherokee Nation and Seneca Indian 
Reservatlaninl907. 

Dewet.— Or^niaed from Indlw lands between 1890 and 1900. 

Bub.— Orgudzed from pqrta of Day and Woodward in 1907. 

OABmu).— Organized from Indian lands between 1890 and 1900. 

Oabtin.— Organized from part of Chickasaw Nation In 1907. 

Qraot,— OrunlzedfrompartsofChlckaaawNatlonand Caddo and Comandie 
Counties In 1907; part of Caddo annexed In l9ll. 

Obant.— Organized from Indian lands between 1890 and 1900. 

Obeeb.— Territory formerly claimed by United States as port of Indian Terri- 
tat7butonaiilzedasQrperConnty,Tex.,inI3(I0byact of Tuxas legislature. Not 
latomedatany censDsptiorto 1890. Claimof United States sustained by United 
States Supreme Courtln 1896. Parts taken to form Jaokson and part of Beckham 
in 1907 and Harmon la 1909; part ot Deckfaam annexed In 1910. 

BaBMO.v.— Organized trom part o f Orc^er i n 1 909. 

Babrb.— Ozonized from Piirt of Woodward in 1907. 

Haskell.— Oiganized tlom part of Choctaw Nation in 1907. 

BDOEEa.— Oimnized from part of Creek Nation in 1907; part annexed to 
l^IntoshlnlOlS. 

Jacksoh.— Organized ITom part of Oreer In 1907. 

Jeftebsom.— Organized from parts of Chickasaw Nation and Comanche County 

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OK LAHOM A— Continued. 

Johnston.— Organized from parts ot Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations In 1907. 

Kay.— Organlied from Indian lands between 1890 and 1900; Kansas (Kaw) 
Indian Reservation and part o f Ponca Indian Rescr\'ation annexed in 1904. 

Kiowa. — Organizedfrompartof Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indian Reser- 
vationia 1901; part taken to form part of Swanson in 1910, but by decision ot 
Bupremo Court of Oklahoma, .\ugust 9, 1911, creation of Swanson County declared 
illegal, and territory embraced tliereln restored to parent counties, Comanche and 
Kiowa; part annexed to Tillman in 1911. 

LATIMETK.—Organiwd from part of Choctaw Nation in 1907. •■<(i)i i^mU 

Le Floek.— Organized from part of Choctaw Nation In 1907. i!T.-iiir.v 

Lincoln.— Or^nizcd from Indian lands between 1890 and 1900. 

Love. — Organized from part of Chickasaw Nation in 1907. 

McClain. — Organized from partot Chickasaw Nation in 1907. 

McCuRTAIN.— Organized from part of Choctaw Natlonin 1W7. 

McIntosh.— Organized from parts ot Clierokee anclCre«k Nationsin 1907; part 
ot Hughes annexed in ISl.'i; part annexed to Okmulgeein 1913. 

&IAJOB. — Organized from part of Woods n 1907. 

Marshall. — Orjjanizcdfrom partof CMckasaw Nationin 1907. < 

MAyE.s. — Organized from partsotCherokee and Creek Nationsin 1907. 

Murray.— Organized from partotriiickasaw Nation in 1907. 

MiSKOOEE.— Organized from partsotCherokee and ('reek Nationsin 1907. 

Noble. — Organized from Indian lands between 1S90 and 1901); parts ot Otoe 
and Missouri and oi Pont-a Indian Re.st'rvatioua annex.-d in 1901; partot Payne 
County annexed in 1907. 

Nowata.— Organized tram part ot Qumkee Nation In 1907. 

Ok;fi7SKEE.— Organized from part of Creek Nation in 1907. 

Oemulobe.— Organized from part of Creek Nation in 1907; part ot Mclotoali 
County annexed In 1918. 

OsAOE.— Organized from Osage Indian Reservation In 1907. 

Ottawa.— Organized tram Hodoo, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Shawnee, and 
Wyandotte Indian Reservations and piutsof Cherokee Nation and Seneca Indian 
Reservation In 1907. 

Pawnee.— Organized tram Indian lands between 1390 and 1900; part of Otaa 
and Missouri Ijoman Reservation annexed In 19M. 
* Payne.— Part annexed to Nobleln 1907. 

PiTT3BUB«.— Organized from part otCboctaw Nation In 1907. 

PoinoTOC.— Ormnlzed from partsofChic kM Sw and Choctaw Jfatlons in 1907. 

Pottawatomie.— Organized fram Indlanlands between 1890 and 1900. 

PuSBMATAHA.— Organized tram part of Qioctaw Natkmin 1907. 

RooBB Mills.— Organized tram Indian lands between 1890 and 1980; partot 
Kiowa, Comanebe, and Apaobe Indian Resarvatian annexed in 1901; Mrt of Day 
Ommty annexed between 1900 and 1910; part taken to form part ot Beckham In 
1907. 

Sooebs.— Organized from parts of Cherokee and Creek Nations in 1907; pait 
annexed to Tuna County In 1918. 

Semdiolb.— Organizea ftom Seminole Nation and part of Creek Nation In 1907. 

Seouotah.— Organized from part of Cherokee Nation in 1907. 

STEnmo.— Ormnlzed fram parts of Cfalokasaw Nation and Ooraanohe County 
in 1907. 

Texas.— Organized from part ot Beaver In 1907. 

'Qllmah.— Organized fram part of Cbmaooheln 1907; part of Kiowa annexed 
in 1911. 

TouA.— Organized from parts of Oterokee and Creek Nations in 1907; part of 
Wagoner annexed In 1909; part of Rogers annexed In 1918. 

WAaoitBB.— Organized tram parts of Cherokee and Craek Nations in 1907; part 
annexed to Tulsaln 1909. 

WAsmNOTOH.— Organlied from part ot Cherokee Nation in 1907. 

Washita.— Organized from Indian lands between 1890 and lOOOr partot Wlahlta 
Indian Reservation annexedin 1901. 

Woods.— Organized from Indian lands between 1890 and 1900; part of Wood* 
ward smexed since 1900; parts taken to form Altalfa and Majorin 1907. 

WooDVABD.— Organized from Indian lands between 1890 and 1900; part an* 
nexedto Woods and parts taken to form Harper and part of KlUs betweca 1900 
aodigtO. 

OREGON. 

The ^tate.— For Information in regard to counties no longer in existence, see 
footnote for Oregon on page Ul. 

Bakee.— Farts of Grant and Union annexed in 1872 and 1902, respectively 
part taken to form Malheur in 1887. 

Bbnton.— Part taken to form part of Lineolnin 1818. 

Clackamas.- Part aimexed to Marion in 191 1; part annexed to Multnomah, sod 
part of Hood River annexed, since 1910. 

Cbooe.— Organizedtrom partolWasooin 1882; part taken to form partotWhecler 
In 1899; parts taken to form Jefferson in 1915 aqd Deschutes In 1916. 

CuBBT.— Part annexed to Josephine, and part of Joaephlneaimexed,sinre 1910. 

Deschutes.- Organizedtrom part of CrooVIn 1916. 

DotiOLAS.— Umpqus annexedin 1882; parts annexed to Jackson and Lane, and 
parts ot Jackson and Lane annexed, in 1915. 

GiLUAM.— Organized from parts of Umatilla and Wasco In 1385; part taken to 
form part ot Wheolerin 1899. 

OBANT.— Partannexed to Baker In 1872; parts taken to form Ramey in 1889 and 
part of Wbeelerin 1899. 

Habney.— Organized from part of Grant in 1899. 

Hood River.— Organized from part of Wasco in 1908; potts annexed to Clacka 
mas and Multnomah, and part of Multnomah annexed, since 1910. 

Jackson.- Part taken to form Lake in 1875; part annexed to Josephine between 
1880 and 1890; partannexed to Douglas, and part of Douglas annexed, in 1913. 

jBiTEBaoN.— Organized from part of Crook In 1915. 

Josephine — Part ot Jackson annexed between 1880 and 1890; part annexed to 
Curry, and part of Curry annexed, since 1910. 

Klamath.— Organized from part of Lake in 1882. 

Lake.— Organized from part ot Jackaonln 1875; part taken to form Elamatbin 
1882. 

Lane.— Parts aimexed to Linn and J)ougIas in 1907 and 1915, respectively; part 
ot Douglas annexed in 1913 and parts of linn annexed in 1907 and 1913. 

Lincoln.— OiganizedfrompartsotBenton and Tillamook in 1808. 

Linn.— Parts annexed to Lane In 1907 and 1915, and parts of Lane and Marlon 
annexed In 1907 and 1913, respectlvelv. 

MALHEini.— Oiganlzodfrom part of Baker In 1887. 

Mabion. — Part of Clackamas annexed In 1911; part annexed to Linn in 1913. 

Mobbow.— Organized tram part of Umatilla in 1885. 

Multnomah. — Part annexed to Hood River, and ports of Clackamas and Hood 
Biver annexed, since 1910. 

SaBBKAH.— Organized from part of Wasco in 1889 and nart ot Wasco annax«d 
between 1890 and 1900. 

Tillamook.— Part taken to form part of Lincoln in 1303. 

Umatilla.— Parts taken to form Morrow and part ot OllUamin 1883; part an- 
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OHEaON-Contlnned. 

tDooif .— Part Ukan to bnn Wallowa (n 1SS7, part annend to Wallowa batwaen 
Uao and 1900, and part annaxod to Baker In 1902; parts annexed to Umatilla In 
MI3 aad Wallowa in ItlS, and parts of Umatilla and Wallowa annexed In ISIS and 
ttU, respoetivelv. 

Wallows.— (Jnzanlied from part of Union In 1887 and part of Union annexed 
between 1880 and 1900; partannexed to Dniaa,and part of Union annexed. Id 1915. 

Wiaoo.— Parts taken to form Crook In 1882; part of OOllam in 188S, and Shorman 
in 18S9; part annexed to Sherman between 1800 and leoo and part taken to form 
Hood Rl7er In 1308. 

Weeclkb.— Organised from parts otCtook, OilUam, and Oranttn 18W. 

PENN8YLVANU. 

CaKKBON.—Ornaiwd from parts of Clinton, BIk.McKean, and Potter in 1880. 
ClonoK.— Part taken to firm part ofCameron in 1880. 
Eu.— Part taken to »>rm part ofCameron in 1880. 

Foun.— Organized from part of Jetferson in 1858; parts of Venango annexed In 
1888 and 1887. 
JcrrERSOH.— Part taken to tyrm Forest in 1886. 
LAcauwANKA.— Onanited from part of Lnteme in 1878. 
liOxnun.— Part taken to iOrm Lackawanna in 1878. 
McKban.— Part taken to firm part of C^aroeron in 1880. 
SfOsrrsoMEBY.— Part annexed to PMladelphiaIn 1S18. 
PHiLADELPinA.— Part of Uontgomery annexed in 1918. 
PoniK.— Part taken to form part « Oameron in 1880. 
Sntdir.— Organized from part of Union in 18S5. 
Ulnon.— Part taken to farm Bnvder in 1856 
VXMANOO.— Parts annexed to forest in 1 866 and 1867. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

ABBanuE.— Parts taken to form part of Greenwood in 1897 and part of UoCer* 
iBlakinlSI7. 

Amx.— Organized tRim parts of Barnwell, Edgsflakl, Lexington, and Oraogs- 
borglnlSTl. 

AllbMdali.— Organised tram parts of Barnwell and Hampton in 1919. 

BAMBWO^-Orgmised from part of Barnwell in 1897; part of Colleton annexed 
in 1919. 

BABirwKLL.— Parts taken to form part <rf Aiken In 1871, Bamberg in 1887, and 
part of AUandale in 1819. 

BEAin<nT.— Farts taken to form Hamptcu in 1878 and part of Jasper in 1913. 

Bbbsblit.— Ornniced fram part of CfiarlaBton in 1882; part taken to form part 
cf Docehester in law, part annared to Cliarleston between 1890 and 1900, and part 
amaxed to Orangeborx in 1910. 

CALROinr.— Organized from parts of Lexington and Orangeburg in 1908. 

CHARLXnoH.— Part taken to form Beriraley in 1882; part of Berkeley annexed 
between 1890 and 1900; part of CoUetoo annexed in 1911. 

CmaoEiB.— Organised from parts of Spartanburg, Union, and York in 1897. 

ClABBHDOX.— Part taken to form part of Fkrance in 1888; part annexed to Wll- 
Uamsbnrg in 1914. 

CotuioM.— Part taksD to iocm part of Donhsater in 1887; iMDts annexed to 
Chaitastoo la 1811 and to Bamberg fa 1919. 

Dabumoio*.— Parts takan to form parts of Florsnoe and Lee in 1888 and 1902, 
raspeotivel;, and part annexed to Flcnnce between 1890 and 1900. 

DnijOK.— Organised Ihim part <rf Marion in 1910, but prior to TUrteanth Census 
date (April it). 

DobcBxstbb.— Organized from parts of Berkaley and Colleton in 1887. 

BDomiLD.— Parts taken to form part of Aikan in 1871, Sahida in 1886, part of 
Oraanwood in 1887, and part of McCmnlck in 1917. 

FAiuiBin.— Partannexed to Riotaiaad in 1913. 

Flobimcx.— Otganizad from parts of Clareadon, DarHngton, Marlon, and WH- 
itunsbanrln 1888; part of Darlington annexed between 1890 and 1900, and parts of 
WOUamstinrg annexed in 1906 aid 1811. 

Obukwooo.— Organized frtan parts of Abbeville and Edgefield in 1887; part 
takSD to form part d UcCormick bi 1817. 

HAIOTOK.—Oiganlzad from part of Beaufort in 1878; parts taken to foon part of 
Jiqxc in 1912 and part of Allendale in 1919. 

Jaspbb.— Organized from parts of Beaufort and Hampton in 1912. 

EnaBAw.— Fart taken to formpart of Lee in 1902. 

Lee.— Organized from parts of Darlington, Eersbsw, and Sumter in 1902. 

Lbxoiotox.— Parts taken to form parts of Aiken and Calhoun in 1871 and 1808, 
wotively, and parts annexed to Newbenr in 1901 and to Siohland in 1818. 
[oCoBioac— Organized from parts of Abbeville, Edgefield, and Greenwood In 
1917. 

Uabion.— Parts taken to Ibrm part of Florence in 1888 and Dillon In 1910, bat 
prior to Thirteenth Census date (April 15). 

Nbwbkbbt.— Part of Lexington annexed In 1901. 

Obaxoebubc.— Parts taken to form part of Aiken in 1871 and part of Calhoon in 
1908; part of Berkel«7 annexed In 1910. 

RiCHLAMS.— Parts of Fairfield and Laxingtoa annexed in 1813. 

BAtiTDA.— Organized from part of Edgefield in 1896. 

SrakTAMBUBO.— Part takan to form part of Chsrokae in 1887. 

Bumteb.— Part taken to form part of Lee in 19I1S. 

Uaxnr.— Part taken to form part of Cherokee in 1887. 

WnuAXssuBO.— Part taken to form psrt of Ftoienca In 1888; parts annexed to 
Florenoe in 1905 and 1911; part of Clarendon annexed in 1814. 

YOBK.— Part taken to form part of Cherokee in 1887. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

The State. — For inimnatiQn In regard to ooonties no longer in existence, see 
footnote Ibr South Dakota on page 127. 

Attboba. — Organized fh>m Cragln and Wetmors in 1879; part taken to form 
Jerauld in 1883. 

Beaplx.— Organized from parts of Burdiard, Clark, Kingsbury, and Spink In 
1879. 

BzHifXTr.— Formed In 1908 as nnorganized county thm Lugenbeel, and parts of 
Shannon, Washabaugfa, and Wellington: part, comprising part of Rosebud In- 
dian Reservation, annexed to Todd in 1911; within limits of Pine Ridge Indian 
Beservatlon; organized in 1912. 

BBOOKcros.— Farts taken to farm part of Hanson in 1871 and parts of Lake and 
Moody in 1873. 

Bbown.— Organized from old Beadle and Mills In 1879. 

Bbvle.— Organized from part of Bnffaloin 1875. 

BimALO.— Parts taken to form Ashmore (now part of Potter), Campbell, Ed- 
munds, Faulk, Hand, Bngbte, Hyde, McPherscn, Sally, and Walworth (now in 
8. Dak.), and Bottineau, Burleigh, Frendi (name changed to De Bmet), Olngras 
(name changed to Wells), Kiddff, Logan, WcHenry, Monntraille. R<oviIIe, Ro- 
lette, Sheridan, Stevens, Wsllette, and part of Stntsman (now In N. Dak.), in 
1873; part taken to form Brule in 1876. 



SOUTH DAKOTA— Continued. 

Butte.— Organ!7.ed from Mandan and part of Lawrence In 1883: part of old HasA> 
Ing annexed in 1889: Choteau, Ewinc, Harding (old), Martin, Rlnehart, and Wa>> 
neranncxcdln 1899; parts taken to form Ilanling 'ne'A')andPerklnsln 1909. 

C*MPnEix. — Organized from part of TUiHaloin lR7;t. 

Charles Mix.— Part taken to form Dougla'iin 1873. 

Clark.— Organized from part of Hanson in 1873; parts taken to torm part of 
CodinRton in 1877 and part of Beadle in 1S79. 

Codington.— Organized from parts of Clark, C.ranl, and Hamlin In 1877; part 
of Sls-seton and Wahixjton Indian Reservation annexed in 1883. 

Corson.— Organized in 1909 from noreman and part-s of Deway and Scbnaase 
(constituting that part of Standing Rock Indian Reservation in South Dakota). 

Custer.- Formed from unorganized terrltorv in 1875; Fonyth annexed In 1881: 
part taken to form Fall Riverin IS8^. 

Da-vtsos.- Organized from part of Hanson In 1873. 

D.VY.— Organized from Greeley and Stone in 1879; part taken to form part of 
Marshall In 1885; part of Sisseton and Wabpeton Indian Reservation annexed te 

Dextel.- Part taken to form part of Hanson in 1871; parts taken to torm Orant 
and part of Hamlin in 1873. 

Dewey.— Formed as Rusk from unorganiJed territory in 1873; within limits of 
Che.venne River Imlian Reservation; name changed in 1883; part taken to form 
part of Corson in 1909; organized in 1910. 

Dououa.— Organised from part of Charles Mix in 1873. 

Edmunds.- Organized from part of nudaio in 1873. 

Fall Rtver.— Organized from part of Custer In 1883. 

Faulk.— Organized from part of DuUaloin 1873; part taken to form part of Potter 
in 1875. 

Orant. — Organized from part of Deuel in 1873; parts taken to form part of 
Codington in 1877 and part of Rolierts in 1883; part of SLsseton and WalmetaD 
Indian Reser\-atIon annexed in 1883. 

Greooht.— Organized from unorganized territory in 1873; Todd (old)annaxad 
in 1899. 

Haakon. — Organized from part of Stanley In 1915. 

Hamun.— Organized from barts of Deuel and Hanson in 1S73; part taken to 
form part of Co.iington in 187/. 

H.VND.- Organized from part of Buffalo In 1S73. part annexed to Hyde and 
parts of iiurchard and Hyde annexed, in 1879. 

Hanson.— Organized from parts of Brookings, Deuel, and AUnnehaha in IKlt 
parts taken to form Beadle (old>, Bramble, fiurchard. C'ark, Cragin, Davison, 
Greeley, Kingsbury, Mills Miner, Sanborn. Spink, Stone. Thompson, Wetmere, 
and Wood, and parts of Hamlin, Lake, and McCook in 1873; parts cf Jayne aiM 
CragiL annexed in 1S71 and 1879, respectively. 

Harpino. — Old Harding formed from naorganlzed territory in 1881; part an- 
nexed to Butte in 1SS9, and remainder annexed la 1899; orguiized from part Of 
Butte (comprising old Harding) in 1909. 

Hughes.- Organized from part of Budaloin 1873. 

HtrrcmNaoN.- Part of Jayneannexedln 1871; -Armstrong (old) annexed in 1838. 

Hyde. — Organized from i)art of BufTaloln 1873; part annexed to Hand, and put 
of Hand annexed, in 1879. 

Jackson.- Organized from part of Stanley in 1915. 

Jerauld. — Organized from part of Aurora in 1883. 

Jones.— Organized from part of Lymanin 1917. 

Kingsbury.— Organized from part of Hanson in 1873; Wood annexed, and part 
taken to form part of Beadle, in 1879. 

Lake.— Organized from parts of Brookings, Hanson, and Minnehaha in 1873. 

Lawrence. — Formed from unorganized territory in 1875; part taken to ianti 
part of Butte in 1883, and Meadein 1889. 

Lincoln.— Part taken to form part of Turner in 1871. 

Lyman.- Formed from unorganized territory In 1873; Pratt and Preshoi 
in 189tf; part taken to form Jones in 1917. 

McCooK.— Organized from part of Hanson In 1873. ' .'^ii 

McPherson.— Organized from part of Buffalo in 1873. 

Marshall.— Organited from parts of Day County and Sisseton and Wahpetom 
.ndian Reservation in 1885. 

Meade.— Organized from part of La vrence In 1889; Delano and Scohev annexed 
In 1899. 

Mellette.— Formedin 1909fram parts of Meyer, Tilpp, and Washabsngh; within 
limits of Rosebud Indian Reservation; organizea in 1911 from tmorganised 
county of Mellette and that part of Rosebud Indian Reservatioo in the unor- 
ganized cotmty of Washabaugn. 

Minxb.— Ctremlzed from part of Hanson In 1878; Bramble and part of Wetmore 
annexed 1 n 1879 ; part taken to form Sanborn In 1883. 

MnrNBHAHA.— Parts taken to form part of Hanson in 1871 and parts of Lake 
and Moody In 1873. 

MoODT.— Organized from parts of BrooUngs and Minnehaha in 1873. 

PxMinNOTON.— Formed from unorganiied territory In 1875; part taken to iann 
Ziebedi (old)ln 1879; Ziebach annexed in 1889. 

PxBKiKS.— Organized from part of Buttein 1909. 

Potter.— Organized from Ashmore and part of Faulk In 1876. 

Roberts.— Organized from parts of Grant County and Sisseton and Walipeton 
Indian Reservation in 1883. 

Sanbobn.— Organized from part of Miner In 1883. 

Seamnon.— Unorganized; formed In 1883; within limits of Pine Ridge Indian 
Reservation; parts taken to form Washington in 1883 and part of Boinett in 1909. 

Bmnb.— Organized from part of Hanson in 1873; Thompson annexed, and part 
taken to form part of Beadle, In 1879. 

Stanley.- Formed from imornnlzed territory In 1878; Ja(tkson (old), NowHn, 
andpartof Sterllngannexedin 1889; parts taken to form Haakonand Jackson In 1915. 

StOLT.- Formedfrom part of Buflalo in 1873. 

Todd.— Unorganized; nrmed In 1909 from parts of Lugenbeel, Meyer, Tripp, 
and Wasbabaugh; part of the imorganlzed county of Baanett, oompilsing part of 
Rosebud Indian Reservation, annexed tn 1911; within limits of Rosebud Indian 
Reservation. 

Tbipp.— Formedin 1875; organised frtm part of Rosebud Indian Reservatioo, ond 
parts taken to form parts of Mellette and Todd, In 1909. 

TtmNER.— Organized from parts of Jayne and lineoln In 1871. 

UmoN.-Partcededto Dakota (bounty, Nebr.,ln 1908. 

Walwobtr. — Organized tmm part oiBuffaloin 187S. 

Wasbabauoh.— Unorganized; formed from part of Lngeid>eel In 1888: wltiiia 
Undts of Pine Rides Indian Reservation: parts taken to form parts of Bennett, 
Mellette, and Toddln 1909, and part, comprising part of Rceebud Indian Ressrva* 
tion, annued to Mellette m 1911. 

WASiONOTON.— Unorganized; formed from part of Shannon In 1888; within lim- 
its of Pine Ridge IndUm Reservation : part taken to form part of Bennett In 1900. 
ZiEBAcn. — Organized from tmorganised cocmtles of Bchnas.«e and Stirling and 
part f Armstrongin 1911 ; remainder of Armstrong added In 1920; wltllln limits Of 
Cheyenne River ddian Reservation. 



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TENNESSEE . 

Tbb State.— Island No. 25 ceded to Arkanns In 1905. James Ooonty annexed 
to Hamilton County in 1819. 

AMSEBmN.— Fart taken to form pert of Union in 1»M and part of Campbell an 
n«xadinl«is. 

Bkt»okd.— Part taken to torm part of Moore In 1872. 

BLEDaOE. — Fart taken to form pert of CamtMrland in 1856 and part o' Segnat- 
ehle between 18S0 and ISCO. 

Blount. — Part taken to torm part of Loudon in 1S7D. 

BSADLET.— Fart taken to torm part of lames in 1871. 

CAtfTBELL.— Part taken to form pert of Union in 18S4 and part annexed to 
Anderson In ltl9. 

Castbb.— Part taken to torm part of Unlooi In 187S. 

Chsatbaii.— Organized from parts ot Davidson, Dickson, Montgomery, and 
Robertson in 18S6. 

Chestek. — Organised from parts of Hardeman, Henderson, McNairy, and 
Uadlaon in 1883 and parts of Handeram and McNairy annexed in 1886 and 1887, 

(£aibobne.— Part taken to form part of Union in 1854 and part amiexed to 
nolonlnlSTS. 

Cut.— Otnnisad from parts of Jackson and Overton in 1870l 

CorriE.— Part of Grundy annexed in 1874. 

Obocksr.— Organised from parts of Dyer, Gibson, Haywood, and Madison in 
1872. 

CUHBEBLAND.— Organised from ports of Bledsoe, Fentress, Morgan, Putnam, 
Roane, and White in 1856. 

Davidson.— Part taken to fonn part of Cheatham in 1836. 

Dickson. — Parts tal^ to form parts of Cheatham and Houston in 1856 and 1871, 
rMpeotively. 

Dtek.— Farts taken to ioim parts of Lake and Crockett in 1870 and 1872, respec- 
tively. 

Fentbess.— Farts tak«i to form parts cf Putnam, Cumbeiiand, and Fiokett in 
1854, 1856, and 1881, respectively. 

Fbankun.— Part taken to fonn part of Moore in 1873^ 

Gibson.— Part taken to form part of Crockett in 1872. 

Giles.— Partannexed to Marshall in 1870. 

Gbainoeb.— Part) taken to fonn parts ot Union and HamMm in 1854 and 
1870, raspeotivelyiPartaniMsed to Union in 1873. 

Gbundt. — Part taken to form part of Sequatchie between I860 and 1860 and 
partannexed to Coffee in 1£74. 

Hamblen.— Organised from parts of Grainger, Hawkins, and Jefferson in 1870. 

Hamilion.— Part taken to torm partofJameslo 1871 and James annexed in 1919. 

Hancock.— Partannexed to Hawkinsin 1870. 

Habdeman.— Part taken to form part of Chester in 1882. 

Hawkins.— Part taken to form iwrt of Hamblen in 1870; part ot Hancock an- 
nexed In 1870. 

Hatwood.— Part taken to form i)art of Crockett in 1872. 

Hbndebson.— Part taken to tocm part of Cbastar in 1883 and part annexed to 
Chester in 1886. 

Hickman.— Fart annexed to Lewis in 1897. 

Hocston.— Organized from parts of Dickson, Humphreys; Montgomery, and 
Stewart in 1871. 

HuMTHKETS.— Fart taken to form part of Houston in 1871. 

Jackson.- Parts taken to form parts of Putnam and Clay in 1854 and 1870, re- 
spectively. 

jETrEBSoN.— Part taken to form part of Hamblen in 1870. 

Knox.- Part taken to form part of Union in 1854. 

Lake. — Organised from parts of Dyer and Obt<m In 187D. 

Laddebdale.— Island No. 25 ceded to Arkansas In 1905. 

Lewis.— Parts of Hickman and Wayneannexedin 1897. 

LmooLK.— Part taken to form part of Moore in 1872. 

LomoH.— Organised from parts of Blount, McMinn, Monroe, and Roane in 1870i 

UcHlNN.— Part taken to farm part of Loudon in 187a 

McNaiky.— Part taken to f jrm part of Chester in 1882 and part annexed to Ches- 
ter in 1887. 

Macon. — Fart taken to form part of Trousdale In 1870; part of Sunmer annexed 
in 1873. 

Madison.— Parts taken to form part ot Crockett in 1872 and part ot Chester in 
1882. 

Mabion.— Part taken to form part of Seqoatcbie between 1850 and 1860. 

Mabshall.— Part of Giles annexed in 1870. 

Monboe.— Part taken to form part of London In 1870. 

UOMTOOMEKT.- Parts taken to form parts of Cheatham and Houston In 1856 
and 4871, respectively. 

Moobb. — Organisea from parts of Bedford, Franklin, and Lincoln in 1873. 

MoBOAX.— Part taken to lorm part of Cumberland in 1856. 

Obion.— Part taken to torm part ot Lake in 1870; part of Weakley annexed in 
187a 

Oteston.- Parts taken to form parts of Putnam, Clay, and Pickett in 1854, 
1870, and 1881, respectively. 

Pebby.— Part of Wayne annexed in 1909. 

Pickett.— Organised from ports ot Fentress and Overton In 1881. 

Putnam.— Organized from parts of Fcntre.ss, Jnckiion, Overton, and White in 
1854; part taken to form part of Cumberland in 1856 and part annexed to White 
in 1915. 

Roane-— Parts taken to form ports of Cumberland and Loudon ia 1866 and 
1870, respectively. 

Robebtson.— Part taken to form port ot Cheatham in 1856. 

SxqtrATCBix.— Organised from parts of Bledsoe, Grundy, and Marion between 
1850 and 1860. 

Smtth.- Part taken to form part of Trousdale in 1870. 

Stewakt.— Part taken to form part of Houston in 1871. 

SuMNEB.— Part taken to form part ot Trousdale in 1870 and part annexed to 
Macon in 1873. 

Tbousdale.— Organized from parts ot Macon, Smith, Sumner, and Wllsim in 
187a 

Unkol— Organised from parts of Carter and Washington in 1875. 

Union. — Organized from parts of Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne, Grainger, 
and Knox, In 1854; and parts of Claiborne and Grainger amiezed in 1873. 

Washinoton.— Part taken to torm part of Unicoi in 1875. 

Wayne.— Part annexed to Lewis in 1897 and part to Perry in 1909. 

WEAKI2T.— Part annexed to Obion in 1870. 

WmTB. — Forts taken to form parts of Putnam and Cumberland In 1854 and 
1856^ respectively, and part of Putnam annexed in 1915. 

Wilson.— Part taken to form part of Trousdale in 187a 



TEXAS. 

Toe State. — For inlormation in regard to counties no longer In existence, see 
footnote for Texas on piwe 130. 

ANDBEWS.— Orianizea from unorganized county of Andrews In 1910. 

Abansas.— Organized from part ol Refufdo in 1871. 

AUOTiN Part taken to form part ot Waller in 1878. 

Bailey.— Organized tt'om unorganized oounty of BaDey in 1919. 

Bandeba.— Part taken to torm part of Real in 1913. 

Basibop.— Part taken to form part of Lee In 1874. 

Bbewstbk.— Organized from part ot Presidio In 1887; Bnehel and Fcdey aimexed 
in 1897. 

Brooks.— Orcanizwl from jmrts of Ilidalgo, .Starr, and Zapata in 1911; part takoi 
to form part of Jim Horr in iai3. 

Brown.— Part luken to form part of Mills In 1887. 

Burleson.— Part taken to form part of I ee in 1874. 

C.iMEPos.— Part tvkcn to form part of Willacy in 1911. 

Camp.— Orfianizod from part of llpshur in 1874. 

Cass.— Name chaDced to Davis In 1S62; chaoRed back to Cass in 1871. 

Coke.— Organized from part of Tom Greeii m 1889. 

Comanche.— Part takea to form part ol Mills in 1887. 

Cr \NE, —Formed from part of Tom Oreen m 1 887. 

Crockett.- Parts taken to form .Schleicher and Sutton in 1887 and partof Val 
Verde in 1885. 

Ccluerson.— Or.canlzefl from part of El Paso in 1911. 

Dawson.- OrRaJIzeil from imorranlied county of Dawson in 1905. 

Delta. — Orjnmize<l from parLs of Hopkln.s and Lamar in 1870 

Duval.— Organized from p>art of Nuoces in IS7(^; part taken to form port ot Jim 
Hoeg in 1913. 

Ector.— PormoJ from part of Tom Green in 1887. 

Edwarps.— Part taken to form part of Real in 1913. 

El Paso.— Parts taken to form Culberson In 1911 and Hudspeth In 1917. 

Favette.— Part taken to form part of I.eein 187-1. 

Foard.— Organized from parts ol Hardeman and Knox In 1891. 

Frankun.— Oreanlzed from part of Titus In 1875. 

Gaines— Orp»nlzed from imorranlzed coiml y cf Gaines in 1905. ' 

Gabza. — Organized from unorRanized county of Garza in 1907. 

Glasscock.— Formed from part of Tom Green in 1887. 

Gray.— Organized from unorimnised cotmty of Gray in 1902. 

Oreoo.— OrRcnized from part of Upshur In 1873: part of Rusk annexed In UBi, 

Grimes.— Part taken to form part of Waller in 1873. 

Hamilton.— Fart taken to fonn jwrt of Mills in 1S87. 

Hari>eman. — Part taken to form part of Foard in 1891. 

HroALQO.— Parts taken to form parts of Brooks and Willacy in 1911. 

Hood.— Part taken to form Somervell in 1875. 

Hopkins.— Parts taken to form parts of Delta and Kains in 1870. 

HUDSPETH.— Orpanized from part of El Pa.soin 1917. 

Hunt.— Part taken to form part ot Rains in 1870. 

Hutchinson. — Organized from unorganized county of Hutchinson in 1901. 

Irion.— Organized from part of Tom Green in 1889. 

Jeff Davis.— Organized from part of Presidio in 1887. 

Jim Hogg.— OrgMilzed from parts of Brooks and Duval in 1913. 

Jim Wells. — Orgauize<i from ywirt of Nueces In 1911. ' •> » 

Kaufman.— Part taken to fonn Rockwall in 1873. ' i 

Kerr.— Part taken to form part of Real In 1913. .. i— ./i i 

KINNET.— Part taken to form part of Val Verde In 1885. 

Kleberg— Organized from part of Nueces in 1913. 

Knox.— Part taken to form part of Foard in 1891. 

Lamar— Part taken to form part of Delta in 1870. , . 

Lamb.— Or^nizod from unorganized county of Lamb in 1908. 

Lampasas.— Part taken to form part of .Mills in 1887. 

Lee. — Organized from f>arts of Bastrop, Burleson, Favette, and Washington In 
1874. 

Liberty.— Part taken to form part of .San Jacinto in 1 870. 

Loving.— Formed from part of Tom Green In 1887. 

Lynn.— Organized from unorganized county of Lynn in 1903. 

Martin.— Organized from unorganized coimty of Martin since 1910. 

Midland.— Organized from part of Tom Green in 1885. 

M1LI.S.— Organized from parts of Brown, Comanche, Hamilton, and I.oiiipaaas 
In 1887. 

Montgomery.— Part taken to form part of San Jacinto in 1870. 

JIORRis. — Organized from part of Titus in 1875. 

Nueces.— Parts taken to form Duval in 1876, Jim Wells in 1911, and Kleberg in 
191S- 

Pabhbb.— OrstnUed from unonantsed ooontyof Parmer in 1907. 

PECoa— OTianlted from part ofPresldio in 1871; parts takeo to fbrm Reerei in 
1883, part of Val Verde in 1W5, and Tenellin 1905. 

Polk.— Part taken to form part of San Jadnto in 1870. 

Pbesitho.- Parts taken to form Peoos In 1871 and Brewster, Bnt^el, Fcdey, and 
Jeff Davis in 1887. 

Rains.— Oiranized Ihim parts of Hopkins, Hunt, Van Zandt, and Wood in 1870. 

Reaqan.— Organised from part ot Tom Green In 1903. 

Re al.— Orramzed from parts of Bandera, Edwards, and KVr In I0U. 

Reeves.— organised from part ot Peoos in 1883. 

RETtroio.— Part takeo to form Aransas in 1871. 

Rockwall.— Organized from part of Kaufman In 1873. 

Rusk.— Part annexed to Gregg In 1874. 

San Jacinto.— Organized from parts of Liberty, Montgomecy, Polk, and Walker 
in 1S70. 

Schleicher. — Formed from part of Crockett in 1887; organized fToan utto^an- 
Ized county of .'^chleicher in 1901 . 

Somhrvell.- Organized from part of Hood in 1S75. , 

Starr.— Part taken to form part of Brooks in 191 1. ' 

Stephens.— Name changed from Buchanan in 1882. 

Sterijng.- Organized from part of Tom Green in 1891. 

Sutton.— Formed from part of Crockett in 1887. 

Terrell.— Org-.mlzed from part of Pecos in 1905. 

Terry.— Organized from unorganized coimtv of Terrj- in 1904. 

Tnus.— Parts taken to form Franklin and Morris in 1875. 

Tom Green —Parts taken to form Midland in 1885: Crane, Eetor, Olassoook, 
Loving, Upton, Ward, and Winkler In 1887; Coke and Irion in 1880; Starling in 
1891; ond Reagan in 1903. 

UpsHtm.— Parts taken to form Gregg in 1873 and Camp in 1874. 

Upton.— Formed from part of Tom Green in 1887; organized from unorganised 
coimty of Upton m 1910. 

Val Verde. — Organized from parts of Crockett, Kinney, and Peoos in 1885. 



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TEXAS— Continued. 

Van Zjun>T.— Part takm to torm part of Raiju In 1870. 

WaLKEB.— Part taken to fonn port ot San Jacinto In 1870. 

Walleb.— Organized from parts of Austin and Orlnits In 1873. 

Wabd.— Formed from part of Tom Grem In 1387. 

WASimfOTuN.— Part takOD to torm part of lee In 1874. 

Webb.— Enctnal anne'cd In ISM. 

WiLLACT.— Organised from ports of Cameron and Hidalgo In Itlt. 

WmKLXB.— Formed ftom |Mrt of Tom Green In 1887; orgmlsed from unorgan- 
ited county of Winkler In I9ia 

Wood.— Part taken to form part of Rains In 1870. 

Yoakum. — Organlted from unorganised oounty of Yoakimi In 1909. 

Zapata.— Part annexed to Endnal in 1870; part takm to form part of Brooks In 
1911. 

UTAH. 

T:iE State.— For Informatiun in rogard to counties no longer In edsteooe, see 
footnote for Utah on page 133. 

Box Eldek.— Purl ofsalt Lake annexed in 1880. ' ' 

Carbon. — Organized Irom part of Emery In 1894. 

Daooett.— Organized from part ol Uintah in 1918. 

Davts.— Part of .Salt Lake nnooxed in 1880. 

Duchesne.— Organized from part of Wasatch hi 1915; part of Utaitah annexed 
in 1917. _^ 

Emert.— Orraniiod from parts of Sanpete, Sevier, and Wasatch in 1880; parts 
talccn to form Grand in 181.0 and Cart>on in 1894. 

Garfield. — Organised from parts of Iron and Kane in 1882; part of Kaneannexed 
between ISUOand IBOfl. 

Grand.— Organised from part of Emery in 1890. 

Iron.— Paris taken to form part ofSan Juan in laSOand part of Garficid in 1882. 

Juab.— Part of Bhanibip annexed lietwei n ISOO and 1870. 

Kane.— Parts taken to form part ot San Juan In 1880 and part of Oalfield In 
1882; ports annexed to Wa.sliington in 1882 and Garfield between 1890 and 1900. 

PruTE.— Part taken lo (orm part of San Juan in 1880; part taken to form 
Wayne in 1892; part annexed to Sevier m 1902. 

Rich.— Part of Summit annexed in 1917. 

Salt Lake.— Pans aiuioxed to Box Elder, Davis, Tooele, and Weber In 1880. 

San Juan.— Organized from pans of Iron, Kane, and Piute in 1880. 

SANnsTE.- Parts taken to form parts of Emery and Uintah in 1880; parts an- 
nexed to Wasatch in 18S0 and to Utah County between 1890 and 1900. 

Sevier.— Part taken to form |»rt ol Emery m 1880; part ol Piute annexed in 
1902. 

Summit. — Fart annexed to Rich and part of Uintah annexed to Summit In U17. 

Tooele.— Part of Shamblp annexed between 1860 and 1870; part of Salt Lake 
annexed in 1880. 

Uintah.— Organized from parts of Sanpete and Wasatch In 1880; parts annezed 
to Duchesne and Summit in 1917; part taken to form Daggett in 1918. 

Utah.— i'art of Shambip annexed between 1860 and 1870; part of Sanpete 
annexed between 1890 and 1900. 

Wasatch.— Parts taken to form parts of Emery and Umtah in 1880; put of 
Sanpete annexed m 1880; part taken to form Duchesne in 1915. 

Washington.— Rio Virgin annexed in 1872 and part ol Kane annexed In 19B2. 

Wayne. — Organized from part of Piute in 1892. 

Weber.— Part of Salt Lake annexed hi 1880. 

. VERMONT. 

Caledoma.— Part of Washington annexed between 1890 and 1900. 
Washimoton.— Part annezed to Caledonia between 1390 and 1900. 

VIRGINIA 

The State.— For counties taken to form West Virginia between 1860 and 1870, 
we page 134. 

AlbBUARle. — Formerly included Charlottesville eity, made independent in 
1888; part annexed to Clmrlottesvillecily in 1916. 

.\lleohanv.— Formerly included Clifton Forge city, made Independent in 1906. 
Part taken to form part of Craig between is."i0 and I860. 

.Vrlinoton. — Formerly included Alexandria city, made independent prior lo 
1870; part annexed to .Viexandria eitv in 1915; name changed from .Vle.iaudria 
June 12, 1920. 

.\uGuaTA.— Formerly included Staunton city, made indep<!ndeiit prior to 
1870; part annexed to Staunton city in 1905. 

Bland.— Organized from parts of Giles, Tazewell, and Wythe In 1S81. 

Botetourt.— Part taken to form part of Craig between 1850 and 1860. 

Buchanan.— Part taken to form part of Dickenson in 1S80. 

C.UIPBELL. — Formerly included Lynchburg city, madeindepondent prior tol870; 
parts annexed to Lynchburg city in 19(iland 1908. 

Che,sterfield. — ^F'ormerly included Manchester city, made independent In 1874; 
and part of Petersburg city, now independent, but shown in combmatiou with Din- 
widdle ('ounty,in which it'Is mainly located. Part annexed to Richmond city in 1914. 

Craio.— Organized from parts of Alleghany, Botetourt, and Giles between 1S50 
and IMGO. 

Dickenson.— Organized from parts of Buchanan, Russell, and Wise in ISSO. 

DiNWiDDiE.— Formerlv Included part of Petersburg city, made Independent 
prior to 1870. 

Fairfax.- Partannexed to Alexandria city in 191.1. 

FHEDERict.— Formerlv included Winchuster city, made independent in 1S74. 

Gn.ES.— Part taken to form part of Craig between 1S50 and 1860 and part of Bland 
inlSOl. 

Henrico.— Formerly included Richmond city, made independent prior to 1870; 
parts annexed to Richmond city In 1906 and 1914. 

Lee.— Part taken to form part of Wise between 1850 and 1S60. 

MosTOOMEBV.— Formerly included Radford city, made independent in 1892. 

Nansemoni).- Formerlv included Suffolk tow-n, incorporated as a city and 
made independent in 1910; part annexed to Suffolk city in 1916. 

Norfolk .-Formerly included -Norfolk and 1 'ortsmouth cities, made independent 
prior to 1870; parts annexed to Portsmouth city l)etwecnlS90 and 1900, and in 1909 
and 1919; parts annexed to Norfolk city in 19r2, 1906, and 1911. 

PmsYLVANiA.— Fonnerly included Danvil e eitv, made independent prior to 
1870; parts annexed to Danville city between ISCfland 1900 and in 1007. 

Prince George.— Formerly included part ol Petersbm-g city, now independent 
but shown in combination witli Dinwiddle County, in which It Is maiiJy located. 
Hopewell incorporated as an independent city in 1916. 

Richmond Citv.— Parts of llcjirico County annexed in 1906 and 1914: Manch^ter 
city amiexed in 1910, and part of Clicstorfield County in 1914. 

Roanoke.— Formerly Included Roanoke city, made independent in 1884; parts 
annexed to Roanoke city between 1890 and IBOOand in 191.';. 

Rockbridge.— Formerly included Bucna Vista city, made independent in 1892. 

Rockingham.- Formerly included Harrisonburg town, incorporated as a city 
4nd made independent in 1910. 



VIROINIA-Contlnned. 

BinBELL.— Part taken to form pact of Wise betvean 1860 and 1860; part tatan to 
form part of Dickenson In 1880. 

Scott.— Fart taken to form part d Wise between 1860 and 1860. 

Spotsylvania.- Formerly included Fredericksburg city, made independent 
prior to 1870. 

Tazewell.— Part taken to form part of Bland In 1861. 

Wabwick. — Formerly included Newport Ne.^'s city, made indspoodent in 1868; 
part annexed to Newport News city in 1917. 

Washincton.— Formerly included Bristol rlty, made independent in 1860. 

Wac.— Organized from parts of Loe, Ruasetl. and Scott twtwean 1830 and 1860; 
part taken to form part of Dickenson in 1880. 

Wtthe.— Part taiken to form part of Bland in 1861. 

WASHINGTON. 

Adaxs.— Organized from part of Whitman In 1883. 

Asotin.— Organized from part of Oaroekl la l.'i83. 

Bbmton.— Orsanizod from paru of Klickitat and Yakima in 1906. 

Chelan.— Onganlze.1 from parts ot Kittitas aal Okanogan in 18M. 

Colombia.— Organized from part o( Wslla Walla in I87{; part taken to form 
aarneldlnl881. 

DOVOLAS.— Oiganised tram part 01 Lincoln In 1883; part token to form Onint 
InlSOB. 

Fbbbt.— Organized from part of Stevens in 1809. 

Fbakkun.— Organized from part of Whitman Ir 1883. 

Gabiield.— Organized from part of Columbia In 1881; part taken to form Asotin 
inl88S. 

a BANT.— Organized from part of Douglas in 1909. 

Obays Habbok.— Name changed from Cheballs in 19U. 

ISLAin).— Part taken to form Snohomish in 1861. 

KrnrrAS.— Organized from part of Yakima In 1883; part taken to form port ot 
Chelan in 1888. 

Kuckttat.- Part taken to form part of Benton in 1906. 

LCNOOLN. — Organized from part of Spokane In 1883; port taken to form Dooglas 
in 1883. 

Mason.— Name dsanged from Sawamlsta in 1864. 

Okanogan.— Organized from part of Stevens in 1883; part taken to form part 
olCbelao in 1888. 

Pbnp Obeille.— Organized trooipart of Stevens in 1811. 

Sam Juan.— Formed from the "Disputed Islands" in I87S. 

SKAtnr.— Organized from part of Wliateom in 1883. 

SNOHoiosH.— Oiganized from part of Island In 1861. 

Spokane.— Organized from part of Ste^'ens In 1879; part takm to form Lincoln 
in 1883. 

Stevens.— Parts taken to form Spokane in 1879, Okanogan In 1883, Ferry in 1999 
and Pend Oreille \a 1911. 

Walla Walla.— Parts taken to (arm Wliitman tn 1871 and Colombia in 1875. 

Whatcom.— Fart taken lo form Skagit in 1883. 

Whitman.— Orgmlzed from part oi Walla Walla fai 1S71; parts taken to form 
Adams and Franklin in 1833. 

Yakima.— Parts taken to form Kittitas in 1883 and part of Benton In 190(. 

WEST VIROINIA. 

Fatetti.— Part taken to form part of Summers in 187T. 
Qbbenbbieb.- Part taken to form part of Summers in 1871. 
HAMPSHmE.—Part of Ulneral annexed in 1872. 
LOOAK.— Part taken to form Mingo in 1893. 
Mebces.— Part taken to form part of Summers in 1871. 
Mineral.— Part annexed to Hampshire in 1872. 
Mnroo.— Organized from part of Logan In 1895. 
Monroe.- Fart taken to form part of Summers In 1871. 
Haleioh.— Part of Wyoming annexed In 1872. 

Summers.— Organized from parts of Fayette, Greenbrier, M«rcer, and Monroe 
In 1871. 
WvoMt.s'O.- Part annexed to Raleigh in l.'<72. 

WISCONSIN. 

Adams. — Part taken to form Juneau in 18SS. 

Ashland.- Parts taken to form part of .Sawyer In 1883 and part of Iron In 18*3 

Barron. —Name changed from Dallas m 1869. 

Bayttelo.— Part taken to form Douglas in 1854; name changed from La'Pointa 
in 1886. 

Brown.— Farts taken to form Door, Outagamie, and part of Waupaca In 1851; 
parts of Oconto and Shawano annexed in 11(197 

Buffalo.— Organized from part of Jackson In 1853; part taken to form part of 
Trempealeau in 1854. 

ISUR-NETT.— Part taken to form Wa.shburnln 1883. 

CHIPPEWA.— Parts taken to form Dtmn and Ban Claire In 1854 and 1856, respec- 
tively, part of Taylor, Price, and Sawyer in 1875, 1879, and 1883, respectively, and 
Gates (now Rusk) in 1901. 

Clark.— Part taken lo form part of T.ivlorln 1875. 

Crawford.— Fart taken to form La Crosse in 1851. 

Door.— Organized from part of Brown in 1851; pert taken to torm Kewaunee in 
1852. 

DouoLAs.— Organized from part of La Pcinte (now Bsyfldd) In 1854. 

Dumr.— Organuad from part of (9iippewa in 1854; part taken to form Pepin In 
1858. 

E AU CLAmE.— Organized from part of Chippewa in 1856. 

Florence.— Organized from parts ot Marinette and Ocanto In 1382. 

FoBF.<rr.— Organized from parts of Langlade and Ocooro In 1885; part annexed 
to Oneida between 1890 and 1900 and part annexed to Vilas in 1905. 

Obeen Lakb.— Organized from part of Marquette In 1858. 

IBON.— Organized from parts of Ashland and Oneida In 1893. 

Jacksok.— Organized (Mm part of La Crosse in 1858; part taken to (arm Bnilalo 
In 18S3 and part of Trempealeau in 1854. 

JUMEAD.—Organizedfrom part a( Adams In 1856. 

Kewaunee.— Organized from part of Door in 1852. 

La Cbosse.— Organized from part of Crawfordin 1851; parts taken to form Jackson 
and Monroe in 1853 and 1851, reflectively, and part of Trempvdean In 1854. 

Lanolade.— Organized as New from part of Oconto in 1879; name changed In 
1880; part taken to fsrm part of Forest In 1885; part ofLtnooln annexed between . 
1880 and 1890. _ 

Ijncoln.— Organized from part of Marathon In 1874; parts taken to form part of 
Taykirln 1875 and part of Price in 1879; part taken to form Oneida in 1885; part 
annexed to I.anglade between 1880 and IwO. 

Mabathon.— Parts taken to form Linoofai In 1874 and part of Taylor in 1875. 

Mabinettb.— Organized from part of Oconto In 1879; port taken to form part «( 
Florence In 1882. 



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WISCONSIN— Cod tiira«d. 

ItiMUBRC^-PBts Ukeu to Isnn Wuubon aad Green Lake in ISSI and 185-, 
nspectiTalr. 

Hoiiaoc.— OrawiMd ttan part of I« CrasM in iSM. 

Oconto. — rut of olmnino urasxed In 1S79; parts taton to form Marinette an I 
Kaw (now LimgiBde) to 1879, part of FhmoM m Wa, and part o( Forest In t&U; 
part annexed to Brovn In 1919. 

OmmA.— Ormnlzed (rompiut of Unrohi In 1885; parts taken to fom Vila* and 
part of Iron in 1993; p»t of Forest annexed between 1890 and 19U0 and port of Vi lu 
annexed in 1901. 

OoTAOAMU.— Oisaniud tram part of Brown In 1851. 

OzAtntn.— Oiculted from part of WaaUnxton in liua. 

PtnN.— OrKsnixad tram part of Dunn in l!iR. 

FmcB.— Oi^anlxed from part of St. Croix in 18S1. 

Pole.— OtpinixBd frmn part of St. Craix in 1BS8. 

POBTiiSl.— Part taken to form Wool in 1896. 

Pbkc— Urganiied from parts of CUppewa and Lincoln in 1819. 

Rotx.— Or^uuud as Qatai from part of Chippewa in 1901 ; name changed In 1901 

9t. Oaoiz.— Pwts takan to fotm Piena and Polk in iss. 

Sawtkh.— Oreanixed from parts of A4)land and Chippewa In 1S83. 

Sbavaho.— Part annezad to Oconto in 1879; part annexed to Brown in 1919. 

TATun.— OrgMdnd from parts of Ctilppowa, Clark, Lincoln, and Itarathon 
tnlJCS. 

TxmpBAiSAU. — Organised tram parts of Boflalo, Jadnon, and La Croesein 1854. 

Vbbhoii.— Name changed from t&i Ax in ISAZ 

ViLA.1.— Organlisd fram part of Ooaida In ISKt; part annexed to Oneida in 1901; 
part of Fcaast aonaxad In 19n& 

WAsnatnut.— Orcanbed ITOm part of Burnett in 1883. 

'Wasbdmton.— Part taken to form Otankee in 1853. 

WAtrrACA.— Onaalsed from parts of Brown and Winnebago in 1851. 

Waosbaba.— Oftanisad from part of Marquette in 1851. 

WimtEB Aoo.— Part takan to form part of Waupaca in 1861. 

Wood.— Organised tran pwt of Portage in 1856. 



WYOMINO. 

Albaht.— Part taken to forni part of Coin wse In 1887. 

Bio Horh.— Organlnd fro'n parts of Fremont and Johnsim In 1897; pert taken 
to form Park In 1909; part token to torn Waahakie and part of Hot Springs in 191& 

Campbell.— Orranizefl from part? of Crook and Weston In 1913. 

Cabboh.— Part taken to form Natrona in 1890. 

COHTIBSE.— Ornnlzrd fro'n parts of Albany and Laramie in 1887; pert taken 
to form Nkibtara In 1913. 

Crook.— I^rt token to iorm Weston In 1891; part taken to fcrm part of Camp- 
boll Id 191S. 

Krbxont.— Organited from part of Sweetwater in lS8t; part token to ionn 
part of Big Horn in 1897: part taken to forni part of not Sorlnta in 1913. 

OosHKN.— Oriianlsfd from part oi Ijaramie in 1913. 

Hot Sprinos.- Organised from parts of Bt^ Horn, Fremont, and Park In 1913. 

JORino<«.— Name obaoRed from Pease in 1879; parts token to tor:n Sheridan 
in 1887 and part of BIk Horn In 1897. 

Larahik.— Part token to iorm part of Converse In 1R87: parts token to fcrm 
Soshen and Platte in 1913. 

Lincolm.— Ortaniied fkom part of flnu In 1913. 

Natroha.— Or(»i>lz«d fram part of Carl'on In inn. 

Niobrara.— Organised from part of Convene In 1913. 

Park.— Organised from part of Big Horn <n 1911 (act providing (br organisa- 
tion passed In 1909); |Mrt toVen to Ionn part of Rot Springs in 1913. 

PiATTB.— OrKaniied from part of l4kranil« In 1913. 

Sheridait.— Organised from part of Johnson In 1887. 

Bwbctwatrr.— Part token to Itorm Fremont In 1884. 

UiMTA.— Part taken to form Lincoln in 1913. 

Wasbacib.— Organised from part of Big Horn in 1913. 

Wisioit.— Organised bom part of Crook in 1891; part token to form part af 
Campbell In 1913. 

Yrilowsionb Natiokal Park.— Ooo?raphlcally located within limits of 
Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming; totol populaUon reramed In Wyoming. 



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Tablb so.— urban and RUBAL population of COUNTIES: VX», 1»10. AND 1900. 

[See dlaeanioa of incn»M In urban and rural population, p. S7.] 
[A mbuu sign (-) denote* deenan.) 





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1 rxB cnt UKBAH a 

: tOf AL rOrtTLATION. 

1 


PBSCBBTOVr 


^n..T-u.- 


' 


oovwti. 


1»M 


ltl« 


IM* 


Urban 
popolrtkn. 


Raral Jlpo^ 
popnlattai. poopv 




Urban. 


BnraL 


Urbaa 


BataL 


Urban. 


Hmal. 


' IM* 


1M« 


IM* 


mo 

to 
1 uao. 


1900 

to 

1810. 


1810 1 1900 

to to 

1920. ; 1910. 

1 


mnae 
1910. 



ALABAMA. 



Thaitate I l«»,317 l,«U,ii7 



Barbour. 
Bollock.. 
Butler.. 



ChanberB.. 



Coffee 

Colbert.... 
Oovincten. 
Dale. 



4,939 

4,125 

I 3,471 

20,378 

4,876 

3,013 
10,537 
6,656 
2,518 
DaUa* 1»,688 



Kaonnbia... 

Etowab 

Houston 

Jeffenon 

Lauderdale. 



Uadlnon. 
ICarengo. 
Mobile... 



MattgonMry.. 

Morgan 

Pike. 



Talladega 

Tusealooaa 

Walker 

All other ooantiei>. 



2,682 

23,631 

10,084 

206,148 

10,528 

10,392 
3,323 
8,018 
2,779 

60,777 

43,464 

12,404 
6,696 
3,841 
4,942 

6,646 
11,906 
5,912 



27,128 
31,208 
28,080 
27,443 
38,235 

27,0t7 
21,460 
31 447 
20,191 
39,108 

19,782 
23,644 

27,300 
103,906 
29,027 

22,429 
28,018 
43,250 
33,286 
39,340 

37,389 
27,793 
25,935 
23,223 
23,506 

34,459 
41,684 
44,681 
833,877 



379,431 l,Tt7,itt 



38,469 
36.141 
3S,65I 
28,321 
33,236 



8,188 



13,648 



17,383 

7,016 

143,548 

6,688 

8,288 



7,611 

'5i,'82i 

38,136 
10,346 
4,861 



4,214 

6,864 
8,407 
2,508 
2,803 



26,119 
16,613 
32,124 
21. 60S 
38,753 

18,888 
21,726 
25,388 
82,927 
24,247 

23,578 
28,880 
38,430 
39,923. 
29,333 

44,042 
23,435 
25,854 
34,658 
21,723 

32,067 
38,153 
34,504 
814,850 



316,714 l,6U,9a 



4,533 
3,634 
3,162 
8,695 
2,808 



8,333 



8,7U 



4,283 



54,166 
6,478 

8,408 



8,068 
2,606 
38,468 

30,346 

4,097 



3,840 

5,056 
5,084 



3,275 



30,630 
28,310 
32,598 
35,178 
29,645 

30,972 
19,008 
15,346 
21,188 
45,844 

11,320 
33,078 



88,3(4 
30,081 

33,418 
32,387 
35,634 
35,709 
24,271 

41,701 
21,269 
25,075 
21,647 
23,243 

30;717 
31,U53 
25,162 
850,151 



tl.7 

15.4 
16.8 
11.8 
43.6 
13.1 

10.0 
33.9 
17.5 
11.1 
28.* 

11.9 
50.0 
38.9 
66.5 
38.6 

31.7 
10.6 
15.6 

7.7 
60.7 

53.8 
30.9 
18.0 
14.2 
18.0 

16.0 
23.3 
11.7 



17.3 I 

13.0 
13.4 
11.6 
33.7 
10.6 



33.0 
■35.6 



44.4 
31.6 
63.4 
31.6 

38.3 



16.3 

■63.'7 

46.4 
30.6 
16.1 



16.3 

15.4 
17.7 
6.8 
0.3 



11.9 

13.9 
8.3 

13.3 

r.8 
8.9 



14.9 



IS. 9 



1S.7 



38.6 
24.4 



38.4 



37. i 



16.0 
1.7 
3.8 

18.3 
30.3 



38.7 



: U.3 



36.9 

43.0 
43.6 
f7.4 

11.8 



18.5 I 
6.8 
61.3 I 

43.1 
28.2 
14.0 



5.3 



mo 



-6.0 

ai.« 

6.8 
33.0 
31.8 



148. 7 



i».7 



308.0 



165.0 
3.3 



10. ( 



18.0 

14.0 i 
18.9 I 
14.8 • 



-6.7 

■»."9 

25.7 
37.0 
21.1 



14.2 



17.8 I 



14.1 I 11.8 I 
14.1 I 42.7 1 

I 135.6 1. 

0.4 I I 



0.7 



15.8 
65.0 



-14.4 



4.6 


Uil' 


-4.7 


-7.0 


-IRt 


-16. S 


1.6 


U.( 


4.3 


4.6 


13.4 


8.7 


3.6 


34.6 


39.3 


-13.6 


-3.1 


100.3 


-6.5 


3.0 


-1.6 


-13.6 


4.7 


66.9 


8.8 


-6.9 


T.5 




25.3 


-8.9 


18.7 


30.7 


-4.9 


0.7 


4.3 


30.1 


9.7 


10.7 


-16.6 


11.8 


34.1 


30.9 


-15.1 


5.6 


18.6 


10.3 


0.3 


8.1 


-5.8 


U.9 


8.6 


-8.6 


7.5 


4.4 


6.5 


36.1 


29.5 


37 1 


2.1 


7.6 



35.9 



39.7 
34.8 
34.3 
44.6 

a».s 
».• 

M.7 
90.3 
S5.» 

40.9 

30.7 
43.9 
47.3 
93 8 
41.8 

36.9 
47.0 

n.3 

34.6 
33.1 

467 
47.3 
38.7 
39.4 
34.4 

45.6 
31.0 
564 
31.S 



■ CompriMaaUoountles In which there were no Incorporated places having 2 AW inhabitants or more In 1920. These counties are Aotauga, Baldwin, Bibb, Bkmnt, 
Cherokee, Chiltca, Choctaw, Clarke, Clay, Cleburne. Couecuh, Coosa, Crenshaw, Callman, Dekalb, Elmore, Fayette, Franklin, Geneva, Greene, Hale, Beory, Jacksoo, 
Lamar, Lawrence, Lowndes, Maoon, Manon, Marshall, Monroe, Perry, Pickens, St. Clair, Shelby, Sumter, Tallapooaa, Washington, Wilooz,and Winston. 

ARIZONA. 



Thostat* 


117,637 


316,635 


63,386 


141,0(4 


19,4(5 


■103,436! 


35.2 


31.0 


U.( 


S.8 


334.5 


63.6 


36 « 

88.3 1 


1.9 






Rnchlnf 


19,121 
3,186 

13,733 
4,163 

34,836 

3,730 
20,292 
5,199 
9,040 
4,2J7 


27,344 
6,796 
11,845 
11,188 
54,750 

13,347 
14,388 
7,480 
14,876 
10,667 
44,733 


15,456 


19,135 
8,130 
9;365 




8,251 
5,514 
4,873 


41.2 
31.8 
53.5 
27.1 
38.0 

».2 
58.5 
41.0 
37.8 
28.4 


44.7 . 




■^ 33:71 




43.9 

-16.4 

38.9 


4.4 


Coconino 




0.4 


aua 


7,083 




43.3! 


83.9 1 


2.5 


Greenlee 




6.0 


Mtttmqia 


ii,i34 

"'iil'm 

3,514 
5,082 
2,914 
4874 


33,354 

11,471 
9,635 
3,252 

10,904 
4,819 

41,138 


5,544 

""i',m' 


i4,8i3 1 

8,828' 
7,158, 
4,.'>45! 
7,378 1 
4, 145 
33,664 ; 


32.3 


Z7.1 ' 


2ii"8| 

1 


100.8 


134.4 

7.6 
49.5 
130.3 
37.3 
121.4 
8.7 


S6.'6 ! 

38.9 1 
34.5 ]■ 
-38.4 1, 
47.8 1 
18.3 , 
22.3 
1! 


6.2 


Navajo 


1.2 


Phna 


. 67.8 1 
51.9 1. 
31.8 1 

37.7 \. 

7.7 1. 


51.3 , 


53.8 1 
48.0 
77.5 
45.4 


75.3 
'-30.'7' 


1.5 




6.1 


Yavapai 


6,430 


1.8 


Yiimi' 


l.l 


AH other counties > 




1.3 










1 





> Total (or 1800 Includes population (3,069) of San Carlos Indian Reservation, in Gila and Graham Counties, not returned separately by counties. 

> Comprises all ooontle* In which tbsre wen no Inoorporstad places having 3,500 Inhabitants or mora In 1830. These counties are Apaicha, Or:ham, Mohave, and PlnaL 

ARKANSAS. 



Tbestate 3N,4i7 



Arkansas. 
Ashlay.... 
Benton. . . 

Boone 

Clark 



Conway... 
Craighead. 
CrawCord.. 

Cross 

Dallaa 



Faulkner... 

Oarland 

Oreane 

Hempetead. 
Hot Spring. 



4,522 
2,707 
5,887 
3,477 
3,311 

3,010 
8,384 
5,224 
2,833 
2,886 

4,564 
11,695 
6,306 
4,790 
3,864 



1,4(1,107 



16,961 
20,703 
30,366 
12,621 
22,321 

18,668 
28,157 
20,515 
15,646 
11,428 

23,117 
14,090 
19,799 
26,812 
U,920 



30S,(81 



2,740 
i'fflO 
■2,'746 



7,123 
3,878 



2,794 

2,794 
14,434 
5,248 
3,638 
2,778 



1,371,768 I 111,733 



13,363 
25,368 
30,568 
14,318 
30,841 

33,739 
30,504 
30,064 
14,043 
9,827 

20,914 
12,837 
18,604 
24,846 
12,244 



3,739 



4,506 
3,573 



9,973 
3,324 



1,1((,S31 



12,973 
19,734 
31,611 
16,396 
18,550 

19,772 
14,887 
18,607 
11,051 
11,518 

20,780 
8,800 
U,655 
24,101 
12,748 



16.6 I 13.9 



31.0 
11.6 
16.2 
21.6 
12.9 

13.3 
25.0 
20.3 
15.8 
20.8 



I 



17.0 



8.4 



11.6 



25.8 
16.2 



22.1 



16.5 


11.8 


45.4 


52.9 


24.2 


22.0 


15.2 


12.9 


21.7 


18.5 



8.5 



118 



23.1 
1X1 



53.1 
18.6 



43.3 



65.0 



108.8 
■■26.'6 



31.7 
34.7 



7.3 

63.4 
-18.0 
20.2 
31.6 
38.1 



n.4 



0.3 



58.0 
5a7 



44.7 
57.8 



(.8 



28.8 

-18.1 

-0.7 

-11.9 

6.6 

-13.9 

37.3 

X3 

11.4 

16.3 

10.5 
9.8 
6.4 
8.8 

13.7 



14.3 



3.0 

38.0 

-3.3 

-1X7 

1X9 

15.0 

86.7 

7.3 

37.1 

-14.7 

0.6 

45.8 

36.2 

X3 

-4.0 



n.( 

'iTo 

3X0 
34.7 
30.8 
3S.8 

34.8 
41.0 
34.6 
25.3 
16.8 

35.5 
18.1 
35.3 
36.8 
2X7 



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Table 60.— UEBAN AND RURAL POPULATION OF COUNTIES: 1920, 1910 AND 1900— Continued. 

(See discussion of increase in urban and rural population, p. 57.] 
(A minus sign (-) denotes decrease.] 



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rOPOUTION. 






»EB ciNT or nrcsEASB in— 




OODVTY. 


IMO 


ino 


190O 


TOTAt TormMion. 


Urban 
1 population. 


Boial 
population. 


Rural 

Hwptir 
sqrara 




Urban. 


BonL 


Urban. 


RuraL 


Urban. 


KoiaL 


U»0 


1910 1«M 


i»to 

to 
UOO. 


1900 
to 

mo. 


1910 

to 

1930. 


1000 

to 

1910. 


mUa: 
1930. 



ABKAJ^^SAS— Continued. 



Independence. 

Jackson 

Jefferson. 



lAbyette. . 
Lee.. 



lailer 

lOssissippi. 

Monroe 

Nevada 

Onaebita... 



FbilUps.. 
Poinsett. 
Polk 



Pope 

Fukada.. 



St. Francis. 

Saline 

Sebastian... 
Sevier 



Onfcm 

Waiiilngtoo 

White 

Allotho' countkes' . 



4,299 
3,771 
19,280 
2,SM 
S,074 

8,267 
6,447 
5,352 
3,«91 
3,238 

15,338 
3,598 
3,441 
4, SOS 

79,190 

3,377 
2,933 
28,870 
3,517 



5,3«3 
2,836 



19,677 
21,67« 
41,090 
12,958 
23,778 

15,764 
40,873 
16,249 
19,243 
17,398 

39,191 
18,260 
12,971 
23,648 
30,274 

25,008 
13,848 
27,809 
15,784 

25,804 

30,106 

31.767 

653,497 



3,399 
3,557 
15,102 



4,810 



5,655 
3,849 



2,706 
3,996 

8,772 



3,953 
2,936 
87,079 



23,975 



4,103 
4,471 



3,328 



21,377 
19,944 
37,632 
13,741 
19,442 

13,900 
26,619 
19,907 
16,639 
17,779 

34,763 
13,791 
13,283 
21,691 
29,672 

32,648 
16,657 
28,303 
16,616 

26,521 

39,418 

28,574 

613,201 



2,866 
11,496 



4,914 



2,840 
6,650 



3,423 



11,587 



4,061 

"s'ot 



22,557 
15,817 
29,476 
10,594 
19,409 

12,644 
16,384 
16,816 
16,609 
18,053 

21,011 
7,025 
14,929 
31,716 
34,872 

17,157 
13,122 
25,348 
16,339 

33,495 
30,195 
24,864 
637,318 



17.9 
14.8 
32.0 
16.6 
17.6 

34.4 
13.6 
24.8 
12.3 
15.7 

34.4 
12.5 
21.0 
16.6 
7Z3 

11.9 
17.5 
50.9 
13.8 

13.1 
15.1 

8.2 



28.6 



19.8 



28.9 
12.6 



14.0 
18.3 



26.2 



23.0 
13.0 

65.8 



45.9 



13.7 
13.2 



0.5 



15.6 
28.1 



28.0 



20.9 



18.7 
■«6.'6) 



31.4 



11.9 
"0.7' 



26.5 

6.0 

27.7 



6.5 



46.0 
67.5 



-a 5 
-18.9 



74.9 



-13.0 
53.4 
38.7 



30.4 



-7.5 
19.9 



24.1 
31.4 



16.1 



40.7 
68.1 

'ii'i' 

'49.0 



106.9 



10.1 

-Hi 



-8.0 
8.7 
9.1 

-5.7 
22.3 

13.4 
53.6 
-18.4 
16.6 
-2.1 

17.0 
42.7 
-2.3 
4.9 
2.0 

10.9 

-16.9 

-1.5 

-5.0 

-2.7 
3.3 
11.2 
6.6 



-5.2 
28.6 
27.7 
29.7 
0.3 

9.9 
62.5 
18.4 
0.2 
-1.6 

17.9 
82.1 
-11.2 
-0.6 
19.3 

31.4 

36.9 

11.7 

1.7 

17.9 
-3.6 
14.9 
16.3 



35.8 
34.3 
45.5 
34.7 
39.6 

2S.S 
61.6 
26.9 
St. 6 
23.7 

43.2 
16.3 
15.3 
37.4 
38.9 

39.8 
18.6 
Ki.5 
17.6 

24.6 
31.5 
30.6 
36.6 



I Comprises all ooontie* In which there ware no inoorporated places havliig 2,500 Inhabitants or more in 1920. Tbeee counties are Baxter, Bradley, Caihaan, Camdl, 
Cbioot.Cloy, Cleburne, Cleveland, Columbia, Crittenden, Desha, Drew, Franklin, Fulton, Grant, Howard, Izard, Johnson, Lawrence, Lincoln, Little River, Logan, 
Loooke, Uadlson, Marlon, Montgomery, Newtou, Perry, Pike, Prairie, Randolph, Soott, Searcy, Sharp, Stone, Van Buren, woodruff, and Yell. 

CAIilFORNLA. 



ThesUt* >,331,7» 1,0(6,131 1,461,739 { 907,810 



Alameda 

Butte 

OoBtoa Costa... 

Freano 

Humboldt 



Imperial 

Kem ... — . . 

Kings 

Los Angelei. 
Madera 



Marin 

Mendocino.. 

Merced 

Monterey... 
Napa 



Kevada. 

Orange 

Placer 

Riverside 

Sacramento.. 



San Benito 

San Bemaidlae. 

San Diego 

San Francisco... 
San Joaquin 



San Luis OUspo., 

San Mateo 

Santa Barbara.... 

Santa Clara. 

Santa Cmi 



Siskiyou... 

Solano 

Sonoma.... 
Stanislaus. 



Tehama....... 

Tulare 

Veotura 

Ydo 

Ynbtu 

All other counties ■ . 



314,575 
12,679 
36,416 
53,756 
13,923 

17,076 
21,955 

5,888 
790,629 

3,444 

10,856 
2,616 
3.974 

12,761 
6,767 

4,006 
30,310 

i,fn 
23,470 
66,908 

2,781 

46,573 

85,236 

506,676 

46,146 

6,896 
22,296 
23,384 
53,624 
15,930 

2,902 
2,628 
23,300 
14,984 
12,636 

3,104 
19,386 
12,726 
4,147 
5,461 



»,603 
17.351 
18,433 
75,023 
24,490 

26,377 
32,888 
16,143 
145,826 
8,760 

16,486 
21,500 
30,606 
15,219 
13,921 

6,844 
31,066 
M,107 
36,827 
25,121 

6,214 
27,828 
37,013 



34,759 

15.998 
14,485 
17,713 
47,053 
10,339 

10,399 
16,017 
16,802 
37,106 
30,932 

9,778 
39,666 
15,998 
13,958 

4,914 
102,645 



223,821 
7,609 
6,802 
39,091 
11,845 



12,727 

4,829 

411,948 



8,485 



3,102 
8,656 
6,791 

7,209 
13,977 

2,608 
18,752 
44,696 



31,483 
39,678 
416,913 
36,960 

6,157 
4,384 
11,659 
37,780 
16,693 

S,S73 



11,340 
13,687 
4,084 

3.630 
10,004 
6,600 
3,187 
6,430 



23,310 
19,692 
24,872 
46,666 
22,012 

13,691 
24,988 
11,401 
92,183 
8,368 

16,629 
23,929 
12,046 
15,487 
14,009 

7,746 
30.459 
16,639 
15,944 
23,110 

8,041 
35,334 
22,087 



34,781 

14.226 
32,201 
16,079 
46,759 
10,548 

16.348 
18,801 
16,219 
34,697 
18,488 

7,871 
26,436 
12,847 
10,739 

4,612 
101,835 



777,699 

96.638 
2,640 



12,470 
7,327 



4,838 

2-, 929 

130.179 



3.879 



3,304 
4,036 

7,969 
4,«3 



7,973 
29,382 



10,947 

17,700 

343,782 

17,606 

3,021 



6,587 
25,190 
9,187 

3,946 



10,716 
10,544 



1.750 
8,086 



3,886 
3,487 



707,384 

33,559 
14,477 
18,046 
26,392 
19,777 



11,644 
6,942 

90,119 
6.364 

11,823 
20,466 
9,215 
16,076 
12,415 

9,820 
M,763 
15,786 

9,924 
16,633 

6,633 
16,982 
17,390 



17,946 

13,616 
U,094 
12,347 
35,066 
12,325 

14.372 
16,962 
13.427 
27,938 
9,550 

8,246 
15,290 
14,367 
10,732 

6,123 
103,710 



68.0 

~91.4 
42.2 
47.3 
41.7 
34.6 

39.3 
40.0 
36.7 
84.4 
38.2 

39.7 
10.8 
16.2 
45.6 
32.7 

36.9 
48.4 
24.1 
46.7 

n.i 

3a9 

62.1 
75.9 
100.0 
56.5 

26.9 
60.6 
56.9 
53.3 
6a6 

213 
13.6 
58.6 
28.8 
29.0 

24.1 
3Z8 
44.3 
24.2 
52.6 



(LS 

90.5 
27.9 
2L5 
38.5 
35.0 



33.7 
29.8 
81.7 



83.8 



20.5 
35.9 
29.2 

48.2 

^6 
3 
64.0 
<a.9 



56.6 
642 
100.0 
51.2 

26.6 
16.5 
. 42.0 
45.2 
59.6 

18.9 



4L1 

28.3 
17.9 

31.0 
28.2 
30.0 
22.9 
64.1 



52.4 



74.2 
15.4 



32.9 
27.0 



2913 

29.7 
7016 



24.7 



17.0 
24.5 



44.8 
25.0 



44.5 
63.8 



89.3 
50.4 
100.0 
49.4 

18.2 



34.8 
41.8 
42L7 

17.0 



44.4 

37.4 



26.0 
16.8 



21.2 
40.6 



58.6 

41.2 

66.6 

373.7 

84.8 

9.1 



73.5 
3L9 
9L9 



27.9 



28.1 
47.4 
16.7 

-44.4 

116.9 

7L7 

25.2 

47.5 



44.8 
115.4 
21.5 
74.0 

14.3 
408.6 

ioa6 

41.9 
2.2 

-17.1 



108.9 

9.4 

213.2 

-IZl 

93.6 

m.4 

3ai 

0.6 



89.0 



130.6 
188.2 



133.3 
6L7 



163.2 
64.9 
242.8 



118.7 



162.1 
43.5 



-9.5 
183.3 



135.2 
52.6 



187.6 
123.6 
21.6 
48.2 

7a7 



77.0 
50.2 
68.7 

2L2 



5.8 
38.9 



28.4 
224.3 



ia4 

66.3 



10. 6 

27.0 
-11.9 
115 
61.1 
1L3 

94.1 
3Le 
41.6 

58.2 
4.7 

-0.9 
-10.2 

n.i 

-1.7 

-a 6 
-n.6 

61.8 

-9.7 

68.3 

8.7 

-22.7 
ia3 
22.3 



4a3 

12.6 

-34.8 

10.2 

2.8 

-2.0 

-32. 2 

-14.8 

3.6 

6.9 

67.8 

313 

66.9 
315 
30.7 
6.5 
0.7 



18.3 




1116 
613 
83.9 
3L& 

4a6 
16.9 
3a7 
-3.7 
12.8 

-31.1 
38.6 
-1.0 
60.7 
38.9 

21.2 
48.6 
37.0 



38.1 

16 

83.6 

3a2 

3a5 

-114 

6.8 
10.8 
30.8 
212 
91.6 

-16 
66.4 

-ia6 

0.1 
-10.0 
-L8 



310 

18 
32.4 

6.5 
35.4 
28.1 

Z7 

3a4 

23.5 
21.3 

3.3 
8.2 
8.6 
1Z8 
7.8 
2.6 



• Comprises all counties in which there were no incorporated places having 2,600 Inhabitants or more In 1920. These counties are Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Colusa, 
Dal Norta^ Sldorado^ Olenn, Inyo, Lake, Lassen, Mariposa, Modoc, Mono. Plumas, Sierra, Butter, Trinity, and Tuolumne. 



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Table 60.— URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION OF COUNTIES: 1920, WlO, AND 190(^-CJontmu«d. 

[See dlsciusioii of Increase In urban and rural population, p. 57.) 
|A minus sign (— ) denotes decrease.] 





1 

rOFOLATlOR. 

I 








mi CENT or maatABt m~ 




1910 


1910 


j 




TJrban 
poinlation. 


Hnral 
popolatlon. 


Sural 
sqnare 




Urbwi. 


RoraL 


XTrban. 


Rural. 


Urban. 


1 
Rural. 


t9M 


1910 


1900 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


mile: 
1020. 



COLORADO. 



Tbastat* 


4t8,3»9 


4M,S70 


404,140 


894,184 


MO,IU 


f79,0tt 


48.1 


ML? 


418 


18.0 


.68 


tl.4 


41. 


4.7 






Adam 


2,715 
3,171 
4 356 
16,864 

4;e99 

2,823 

256,491 

30,106 

7^180 

3,566 

4,116 
4969 
13,830 
10,906 
6,415 

8,665 
3,581 
3,818 
8,710 

2,512 
43,060 
10,958 


11,715 
1,977 
9,410 
16,007 
T,064 

11,046 

"'ii',m 

10,708 
13,314 

7,102 

1,871 

14,062 

28,069 

12,012 

13,616 
8,271 
12,306 
13;913 

11,333 

14,588 

43,101 

216,179 




8,892 






18.8 
81.8 
31.8 
52;9 
60.6 

19.2 
100.0 
68.4 

4ai 

21.1 

36.7 
74.8 
49.6 
28.0 
34.8 

38.9 
30.2 
23.7 
38.6 

18.1 

74.7 
20.3 






1 


31.7 





B.S 


AnnMna ,, 
















2.7 


Aiapaboe. 


2,983 
13,795 
4,425 

"m,m 

7,874 


7,280 
16,535 
3,197 

13,868 


138,859 
8,150 
3;722 


19,158 
15,394 
3,363 

6,487 


20.1 
46.5 
CB.1 


87.6 
28.6 
82.6 


46.0 

22.2 

8.0 


-97.8 
124.3 
18.9 


29.8 
-9.3 
-4.3 

-19.3 


-82.0 

7.4 
-4.9 

149.5 


11.3 


BooMer 


19.6 


Obaflea 


X8 


Delta 


9.3 






100.0 

T7.1 
43.3 


"'iili' 

48.0 


2a2 

-a 9 

-8.8 






ElFaao 


9,910 
10,307 
13,320 

6,128 
3,092 
13,409 
23,439 
6,505 

14,443 
7,037 
8,777 

12,817 

6,643 

7828 

80,998 

172,041 


23,999 
7,803 


7,603 
8,133 
8; 395 

3,699 
5,509 
9,115 
18,497 
3;392 

6,764 
4535 
3,268 
9,009 

3,796 

6,291 

18,786 

126,896 


39.2 
4.9 


40.6 
8.8 
0) 

15.9 

-46.0 

4.8 

19.8 

84.7 

-5.7 
17.6 
81.6 
8.6 

73.2 
86.4 
89.0 
26.7 


80.3 

26.7 
88.7 

66.8 
-44.8 
47.1 
42.1 
97.8 

150.8 
56.2 

107.4 
43.8 

.78.7 
24.4 

124.9 
86.6 


6.8 


Fremont.. 

Huorfiuio 


8.9 
8.9 


Lainata. 


4,688 
7] 508 
11,861 
10,204 
3,044 

7,764 
3354 
2,800 

7;384 

2,977 
44,395 

8,179 
14,936 


3,317 
12,465 
3,053 
5,346 


43.3 
7a 8 
46.9 

aas 

81.9 

34.9 
31.6 
39.2 
8a6 

81.3 

85.0 
2a9 
8.0 


47.3 

oao 

35.1 
24.6 

37.8 

"ii.'s" 
"'kili' 

18.0 
IS.9 


-12.2 

-34.0 

16.5 

6.9 

iia7 

1L7 

lao 

36.1 
18.0 

-15.6 
-8.0 
84.0 


41.3 

-39.7 

288.5 

90.9 

121.4 

"iiis" 

■■■67.'7' 

170. e- 

-37.9 


3.8 


],«ki* 


4.6 




5.3 


T^if Animas 


6.8 




8.8 


Mesa 


3,608 


4.8 


Hontrase 


8.7 


Uoisn 




9.8 


Otoib 


2,513 

■■■28,'i67' 

3,023 

24,0(3 


11.1 




7 


Pueblo 


ao 


liwd!.:::::::::::::::::::::;;:::::;:: 


10.7 


AUatberoaantlM> 


8.8 









I Decrease o( less than one-tenth ot 1 per cent. 

> Comprises all counties in which there were no inoorppiated places having 2,500 Inhabitants or more In 1920. These counties are Archuleta, Baca, Bent, Cherenne, 
Clear Creek, Conejos, Costilla, Crowley, Custer, Dolores, Douglas, Eagle, JUbnt, Oarflel4, Osbin, Orand, Qunniacm, Hinsdale, Jadcson, Jelleiaon, Kiowa, Kit Canon, 
LInodn, Utiier^ Moffat, Montesuma, Ouray, Park, Phillips, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Rio Qrande, Routt, Saguache, San Juan, San Miguel, Sedgwick, Summit, Teller, 
Washington, andf Yuma. 

CONNECTICUT. 



The state 


. . . . 938,339 


444,191 


731,797 


388,969 


543,755 


884,865 


<7.8 


18.8 


89.9 


88.0 


34.8 


18.0 


6.0 i 


tLt 








jraMleld 


1 240,761 


80,185 
1U,970 
47,391 
83,912 

74,898 
49,187 
18,107 
29,844 


175,082 
156,072 
23,237 
11,851 

29a 669 
43,049 
11,036 
20,801 


70,240 
94,110 
47.023 
33,786 

46,813 
48,204 
15,423 
27,580 


121,644 

115,527 

15,164 

9,689 

331,818 
34,799 

7,2«7 
IS, 427 


82,559 
79,953 
48,508 
33,171 

47,845 
47,959 
17,236 
28,434 


75.0 
86.4 
37.9 
28.7 

82.0 
53.0 
40.8 
43.9 


71.4 
62.4 
33.1 
310 

86.2 
47.2 
41.7 
48.0 


66.0 
50.1 
33.8 
23.0 

83.3 
43.0 
39.7 
39.8 


37.5 
42.9 
24.2 
l&l 

17.1 
28.7 
0.7 
11.4 


43.9 
36.1 
83.2 
33.8 

31.3 
23.7 
61.4 
1Z9 


14.2 
20.0 

as 
a4 

8a7 

3.0 
4.4 
7.8 


12.3 1 
17.7 
-3.1 1 
6.0, 

-xo; 
a5. 

-10.6 
-3.1 


127.1 


Bartlord 

Litchfield 


1 223,057 

1 28,871 


155.0 
51.2 


Middlesex 


18,888 

340,818 


91.9 
124.2 




1 56,424 


74.8 


Toltond 

Wtaidham 


1 11,100 

23,171 


39.9 
6a8 



DEJLAWARE. 



The Stat* 


vi»,m 


111. 888 


97,886 


106.837 


88,717 


98,018 


64.8 


tt.9 


48.4 


84.4 


18.8 


-8.9 


8.8 1 


58.0 






Kant 


6,338 
114,022 
■1,409 


25,887 
34,217 
42,332 


4,909 
90,762 
•1,414 


27,812 
32,426 
44,999 


4,521 
79,888 
■1,308 


2X,241 
29,809 
40,968 


17.2 
76.9 
3.2 


ISlO 
73.7 
8.0 


13.8 
72.8 
3.1 


8.7 
25.6 

-a4 


8.6 
13.8 
8.1 


-7.8 

6.5 

-6.9 


-1.5, 
8.8 
9.8 1 


41.* 


NewCastIa 


Taj 


P4men ,,..,,,..,...,. 


48. » 







•Population of part otUilfctd town (see TableSl, p. 189). 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

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Table 60.— URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION OF COUNTIES: 1920, 1910. AND 1900— Continued. 

[See discussion of increase In urban and rorai population, p. 57.] 

[A. minus sign (— ) deootas deoreye.] 





ForvunoK. 








PEB CINT or INCRZASI IN— 




coonrr. 


IMO 


1*10 


IM* 


TOTU. POmULTIOH. 


Urban 
population. 


Rural 
population. 


Kiiral 
sqoara 




TTtban. 


Boral. 


1 
Urban. BaroL 

1 


Urban. 


Rural. 


im> 


1910 


ISM 


1910 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


1010 

to 

1920. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


mUe: 
1920. 



FLORIDA. 



Thaitate.....' 


3H,83t 


6U,(4I 


311,080 


633.63* 


1*7,031 


411,511 


86.7 


»>.l 


».3l 


tt.4 


10L7 


14.8 


Ht 


ILt 








0,860 
3,341 

22,571 
3,479 

94,333 

31,035 
3,066 
3,118 

63,800 
3,678 

5,637 
3,868 
4,914 
18,749 

8,467 
9,282 
2,722 
8,669 

14,237 
11,265 
5,102 
6,192 

5,588 
3,103 
8,769 


24,829 
10,949 
13,182 
21,955 
19,207 

18,351 
2,232 
20,421 
24,457 
5,862 

12,422 

14,844 

19,064 

801 

5,883 
10,608 
4,473 
9,996 

14,028 
27,396 
9 466 
6,869 

5,398 

16,686 

14,605 

278,652 


6,183 
5,033 
5,471 


28,122 
12,657 
6,462 

14,200 
17,464 

15,047 
2,136 
18,994 
28,307 
6,294 

14,409 
9,650 

22,571 
1,618 

7,043 
11,643 
5,607 
5,577 


3,633 
4,013 


28,612 
13,081 
4,955 
8,047 
U,304 

10,566 
1,8U 
15,294 
30,174 
3,071 

16,906 

4,663 

21,023 

893 

6,409 
11,374 
31444 


21.6 
23.4 
69.2 
13.7 
83.1 

62.8 
57.7 
13.2 
72.3 
38.6 

3t2 
20i7 

20.5 
95.9 

4&1 
46.7 
37.8 
46.4 

5a4 
29.1 
35.0 
47.4 

50.9 
15.7 
37.5 


18.0 
28.4 
45.8 


11.3 

23.5 




10.9 
-33.6 
44a5 


70.2 
35.4 


-U.7 

-13.5 

104.0 

54.6 

lao 

22.0 
5.4 

7.5 
-13.3 
-6.9 

-13.8 
55.4 

-15.6 
-5a 5 

-16. S 

-&9 

-18.8 

7».2 


-1.7 
-3.2 
30.4 
76.6 
54.5 

4X4 
17.8 
M.2 
39.8 
104.* 

-K8 

104.8 

7.4 

81.4 

9.9 
2.4 
59.9 


19.8 


Columbia. 

Dade 


13.8 
6.5 


l>eSoto 




5.8 


Duval . ..*.. 


67,999 

22,982 
3,065 
3,204 

50,187 


28,429 

17,747 
3,077 


76.8 

6a4 
58.9 
14.4 
64.0 


71.6 

62.7 
6X9 

"44.0' 




63.5 

35.0 

l'i7 
27.2 


108.0 
29.5 

-a 4 

■■2i6.'7' 


24,6 




27.9 


Franklin 


4.2 


Qadsden f 


37.8 


Hiiisborougii 


15,839 


23.6 


liee r. 


L6 


Leon 


5,018 


2,981 


26.8 


15.0 


12.3 


68.3 


17.4 


Itfanatee 


11.1 


Marion 


4,370 
19,945 

3,482 
7,464 


3,380 
17,114 

3,245 


16.2 
92.6 

33.1 
39.1 


13.9 
95.0 

33.6 


12.4 
-6.0 

56.7 
24.4 


29.3 
16.5 

7.3 


11.6 


Monroe...... 


0.7 


N&ftnti , , , 


9.3 


Orange 


1L4 


Osooola..., 




3.3 


Palm Beacn 














I:! 


PlnfllAD 
















47.9 


PoUc 


6,381 
8,779 
5;4»4 


17,767 
9,317 
71714 




12,472 
8,340 
4; 898 


26.4 
28.9 
41.6 


46.6 


76.5 
35.0 
12.7 


•■T45 
28.6 


64.2 

L6 

-ILO 


42.6 
11.7 
67.7 


14.4 




3,301 
4,373 


12.6 


St Jobns 


1L3 


Seminole 


16.8 




3,460 
61894 


15,163 

10,616 

245,471 




14,554 

10,003 

189,621 


18.5 
35.7 




-lai 

48.8 




10.1 
37.6 
13.5 


4.1 

6.1 
29. S 


24.1 


Voiiaia 




13.0 


All otlier counties* 




11.9 























■ Less than one-tanth o( 1 per cant. 

< Comprises al 1 counties in whldi there were no incorporated places baving 2,500 Inhabitants or more in 1920. These counties are Baker, Bay, Biadford, Brevard, Brow- 
ard, Calhoun, Citrus, Clay, Fiagier, Hamilton, Hernando, Holmes, Jaolcson, Jefleisom, Latayette, Lake,Lev7, Liberty, Madison, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Fasoo, St, Lueie, 
Santa Rosa, Sumter, T^lor, Wakulla, Walton, and Waahautoa. 

GEORGIA. 



Thaitate 


737,88* 

4,619 
3,335 
4,350 
6,870 
52,995 

4,393 
3,807 
3,311 
4,363 
83,252 

2,679 
16,748 
6,190 
3,401 
6,789 

7,037 
6,536 
4,792 

Vi^ 

11,665 
6,475 
13,262 
3M,«4» 
14,413 

3,i00 
6,372 
2,719 
8133 
7; 707 

10,783 
2,776 
1,«40 

31,126 
6063 


I,lf7,t73 


638,6(0 


3,070,471 


346,381 


l,8t>,*tt 


».l 


<*.( 


U.( 


S(.l 


((.( 


4.7 


10.7 


88. 9 






Baldwin 


15,172 
9,853 

20,177 
7,729 
18,309 

20,146 
22,326 
27,625 
30,389 
16,780 

15,890 
9,363 
24,247 
15,252 
22,543 

22,010 
12,876 
36, 993 
36,637 
19;833 

8,508 
17,430 
26,689 
31,557 

4,967 

27,827 
20,550 
11,721 
18,741 
31,898 

16,738 
23,392 
22,948 
U,070 
16,697 


4,385 


13,960 


4,219 


13,549 


23.3 
26.3 
17.7 
47.1 
74.3 

17.9 
14.6 
10.7 
12.6 
83.2 

14.4 

64.1 
20.3 
18.2 
23.1 

24.2 
34.6 

16.1 
39.8 
12.0 

57.6 
27.1 
83.8 
86.4 
74.4 

8.2 
23.4 
18.8 
14.7 
19.5 

40.7 
10.6 
10.3 
70.4 
28.1 


23.9 


23.7 


5.8 


3.9 


8.6 


3.1 


49.4 




58.6 


Bartow 

BanHiil 


4,067 
5,796 
40,665 

3,915 
2,529 
2,720 
3 297 
(5,064 


21,321 
6,068 
15,981 

19,917 
23,935 
24,539 
37,568 
14,626 

16,661 
8,360 
22,448 
18,403 
16,440 

23,252 
10,540 
24,828 
24,136 
20,127 

7,M 
17,642 
24,637 
2»,9B7 

5,538 

28,824 
19,806 
13,514 
30,912 
29,706 

16,780 
26,180 
22,114 
15,673 
15,752 


3,135 


17,688 


16.0 
48.8 
71.8 

16.4 
9.6 
10.0 
10.7 
81.6 


15.1 

'"ii.'i' 

■■■76.'i' 


7.0 
18.6 
30.3 

1X3 
60.5 
21.3 
3X3 
28.0 


29.7 
■■■74.'7' 

"ii'.i' 


-5.4 
27.4 
14.6 

1.1 
-6.7 
1X2 
10.3 
14.7 

-4.6 

1X0 

8.0 

-17.1 

37.1 

-5.3 
17.4 
8.7 
10.0 

-1.5 

8.6 

-1.2 

■ 7.9 

37.4 

-10.5 

-3.6 

3.8 

-13.3 

-10.4 

7.4 

-6.2 
-7.1 
S.8 
-16.6 
-1.0 


30.5 
■-4i.'2 

7.0 

1X0 

-18.7 

3.7 
-18.9 

9.3 
1X0 
11.0 
13.8 
20.6 

9.0 



-7.4 
14.3 
44.0 

-13.5 

11.0 

-4.6 

-16.« 

5.8 

1X7 
21.0 
13.4 
-7.6 
20.6 

16.3 
7.* 
49.8 
28.2 
-5.9 


4X8 
SOX 


Bibb 


23,272 


27,201 

18,606 
21,377 
30,165 
36,576 
16,995 

15,243 
7 463 
20,218 
16,169 
13,636 

21,336 


66.1 




39.2 


Bulloch 




33 4 


Burke 




28.8 


Oarron 


■■"h,'244" 

■■*i6'2«' 

4,446 


61 8 


Chatliam 


45.4 


Clierolcee 


37.0 


Clarke 


14,913 
5,949 
3,550 
3,349 

5,548 
6,883 
4,217 
3,7(5 


64.1 
2a9 
16.2 
16.9 

19.3 
36.8 
14.6 
13.5 


57.9 
18.0 

14.6 
"■■■9.o' 


1X3 

4.1 

-4.2 

102.7 

26.8 

11.1 

13.6 

366.4 


45.6 
33.8 

51.8 
"■69."7' 


82 1 


Cobb 

Coffee 


68.7 
24.1 


Colquitt 




4X6 




3,654 


49 7 


Crtap 


44 7 




3,641 


36,813 
21,112 
13,975 

9,073 

^;^ 

37,481 
5,236 

15,585 
16,370 
11,922 
22,641 
22,931 

14,423 
33,339 
14,767 
12,222 
16,734 


32 8 


Dekalb 


97 6 


Dodge , 




46 




8,190 

6,483 

12,099 

1(4,766 

, 10,182 


4,6*6 
3,834 
7 291 
80,872 
9,081 


51.1 
36.9 
32.9 
87.1 
64.8 


33.7 
19.4 
22.0 
76.6 
63.4 


41.1 
-0.1 
9.5 
29.9 
41.6 


77.8 
69.1 
66.9 
72.2 
1X1 




Elbert. 


Its 


Floyd 




170.6 
11 3 




/>winniitl: , , . , ... , , , 


63 2 


HaU 


5,925 


4,383 


23.0 


31.1 


(.9 


35.2 




Haralson 


41.3 




8,697 
5,795 

7,666 




11.4 
16.3 

3->.3 


""ii.'i" 

28.0 


19.6 
33.0 

40.8 


"*94.'6' 
36.4 




I^aiirens , .... 


2,987 
5,613 

"'ii'.iii' 


39.6 

33.1 
47 2 


Lowndes 

Meriwether 


Mitchell 


■"26,"664' 
3,697 










41.9 


ISST::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 


56.7 
14.6 


(9.0 


(1.4 
126.5 


16.7 


55.6 
59.6 



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Table 60.— URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION OF COUNTIES: 1920, 1910, AND 1900— Continued. 

lS«e discussion of increase in urban and rural population, p. 57.) 

[A mlniis sign (— ) denotes decrease.] 





rOrOLATIOM. 


RB CENT TTBBAN m 

TOIAI. rorui.AXioR. 


rxB CHIT or ikcbkasx n— 




OOVHfT. 


ItM 


ino 


19M 


Urban 
population. 


Bmal 
popidatlon. 


Rural 

tlonper 
aqiwra. 




Urban. 


Rural 


Url»n. 


Rmal. 


Urban. 


RonO. 


ino 


ItlO 


IM9 


1910 

to 

1930. 


1900 

to 

19ia 


1910 

to 

1930. 


1900 
to 

loia 


mile: 
1930. 


GEOKGIA— Continued. 


Pike.. 


3,059 
4,053 
3,070 
2,619 
3,022 

52,548 
8,240 
3,567 
9,010 

3,504 
8,106 
3,005 
2,860 

17,088 
2,502 
3,211 

18,068 

2,695 
5,222 
4,208 




18,153 
16,304 
8,517 
12,632 
13,699 

11,144 

13,668 

7,648 

20,630 

16,097 
24,848 
11,488 
11,037 

19,060 
12,284 
21,005 
10,293 

25,452 

11,675 

20,002 

1,188,366 


3,068 
3,551 
3,420 


16,427 
16,652 
19,415 
13,876 
15,631 

13,485 
12,263 
6,608 
31,029 

18,176 
22,344 
11,487 
11,206 

20,641 
12,757 

22,364 
8,472 

25,533 

10,610 

20,376 

1,111,131 


3,036 
2,823 


18,725 
15,033 
18,489 
1^436 
14,306 

11,049 
10,763 


14.4 
19.9 
96.5 
16.6 
18.1 

82.5 
37.6 
31.8 
30.4 

17.9 
24.8 
20.7 
30.6 

47.2 
16.9 
13.3 
63.7 

9.6 
30.9 
17.4 


15.7 
17.6 
15.0 


16.3 

16.8 

........ 


-0.3 

14.1 

-10.3 


1.1 
3S.8 


10.6 
-il 

-66.1 
-9.0 

-12.4 

-17.4 
11.5 
15.7 
-1.9 

-U.4 
11.2 

SL 

-7.7 
-8.7 
-6.1 
21.6 

-0.3 
10.0 

-1.8 
7.0 


4.6 

ia8 
6.0 
3.8 

lao 

33.0 
13.9 

'"'i8.'4' 

13.9 
-18.3 

4.6 

-6.7 

6.8 

8.0 

-9.5 
4.1 
16.0 
11.1 


69 1 


Pott 




PulasU : 


88.0 


Putnam 




86.0 


Randoiph 


3,210 

45,401 
7.478 
3,120 
8,063 

3,827 
6,727 


2,641 

42,686 
6,867 


17.0 

77.1 
37.9 
32.1 
27.7 

17.4 
23.1 


i».'7 

79.4 
38.9 

"■29."3' 

15.4' 
17.1 


-6.9 

15.7 
10.2 
14.3 
11.7 

-8.4 
21.8 


21.6 

6.4 
9.1 

■■■"i'i" 

3a8 

26.4 


83 3 




34 9 


Spalding 


65.4 


^S^tm. ...... ........'. .. . 


46 1 




7,674 

2,926 
5,322 


is, 588 

16,097 
25,754 


46.3 


TetreU 


60.0 




46.9 


Hit 


47.3 


















38.1 


TrXNip..,. 


6,587 


4,274 


19,728 
13,670 
20,942 
7,842 

28,227 

10,194 

17,566 

1,000,138 


21.8 


17.8 


305.0 


SO. 7 


43.8 


UpSOD 

Walton 


38.8 


3,029 
14,485 

2,641 
5,324 
3,065 




iLi 

63.1 

9.4 
33.4 
13.1 




43.0 

"'29.' 7' 
15.8 
0.8 


6.0 
24.7 

2.0 
-1.9 
37.3 


"iHY 

■■■JsJi' 
-7.1 


63.6 


War* 


5,919 


13.4 




88.0 


WhitfleTd 

w<nr«t 


4,316 
3,300 
3,473 


41.8 
43.7 


AU other countiea < ,..,. 


(3.0 

















■ Less than on»-tentb of 1 per cent. 

> Cmnprises all counties in wliich ther« were no incorporated places having 2,500 inhabitants or more in 1920, and in vliicb, tlierefore, the populatiim is entirely rural. 
These ooontles are Appling, AtUnson, Bacon, Baker, Banks, Berrien, Bleckley, Bryan, Butts, Calhoun, Camden, Campbell, Candler, Catoosa, Charlton, Chattahoochee, 
Cbatooca, Clay, Clavton, Clinch, Columbia, Cook, Crawford, Dade, Dawson, Dooly, Douglas, Early, Echols, Etnngham, Emanuel, Evans, Fannin, Fayette, Forsyth, 
Frankim, Oilmer, Glascock, Oordon, Orady, Oreene, Habersham, Hancock, Harris, Hart, Beard, Henry, Irwin, Jackson, Jasper, Jeff Davis, Jeflenoa, Jenkins, Johnson, 
Jones, Lee, Liberty, Lincoln, Lumpkin JIcDuffie, Mcintosh, Macon, Madis<m, Marion, Miller, Milton, Monroe, Montgomery, Horgan, Monay , Ooonse, Oglethorpe^Pauld- 
im, Pickens, Pierce, Quitman, Rabun, Rockdale, Schley, Screven, Stewart, Talbot, Taliaferro, Tattnall, Taylor, Telfair, Towns, Treutlen, Ttuiier, Tyi^g», Union, Walker, 
wairen, Wayne, Webster, Wheeler, White, Wilcox, Wilkinson, and Worth, 

IDAHO. 



The state 


119,a7 


312,889 


«9,898 


256,(96 


»,oa3 


U1,T« 


27.6 


21.6 


(.3 


70.8 


6(8.8 


22.3 


(8.6 


1 8.S 






Ada 


21,893 
15,001 
2,984 
3,937 
2,878 

8,064 
12,727 
s;40S 
3,235 
2,957 

6,447 
3,916 
3,569 
6,574 
2,598 

5,«3 
8,324 
3,154 


13,820 
12,531 
5,799 
14,373 
10,081 

9,437 
14,206 
10,261 
5,415 
7; 423 

11,431 
14,136 
6,598 
8,679 
4,125 

8,417 

20,074 

6,270 

130,764 


17,398 
9,110 


11,730 
10,132 
7,729 
18,479 
10,906 


5,957 
4,046 


6,602 
7,656 
^061 
10,447 


60.8 
£4.5 
34.0 
21.5 
22.2 

46.1 
47.3 
34.5 
37.4 
38.5 

36.2 
21.9 
88.9 
43.1 
38.6 

40.9 
29.3 
33.6 


60.7 
47.3 


H.5 

34.6 


23.2 
64.7 


191.4 
136.2 


17.8 

23.7 

-26.0 

-22.2 

-4.9 


109.4 
32.3 
9.6 
76.9 


1 12,0 




6.8 


Bear Lake 


6.9 


Rinrhmn , 


4,827 
2,998 




20.7 
22.0 




-18.3 
-3.9 




1 U 












1 "■' 

1 S.0 


Canyon 


7,748 


17,576 
7,197 




7,497 
3,961 


30.6 




64.8 




-19. S 
42.4 


134.4 
82.2 


i 34.fr 


Cawla 




i 4.0 


Franklin 














9.T 


Fremont • 




24,606 

15,456 
15,148 




13,821 

10,216 
18,451 










-69.8 

-36.0 
-6.7 


91.9 

61.8 
12.6 


1 4.0 


ir(Krt*nel , 


7,291 
3,670 




32.1 
19.5 




-11.6 
7.8 




1 

1 9.1 


T^tali 




1 18.2 


Madison 




1 11. ft 


Net Peroe 


6,043 


18,817 
15,170 

10,963 
8,286 
8,901 

56,313 




13,748 
8,988 

11,960 


24.3 




8.8 




-63.9 
-72.8 

-23.3 
142.8 

-26.3 
186.4 


36.9 
60.8 

-8.8 

"IT 


10.2 


Oneida 




8.4 


Shoshone 


3,000 
6,268 
2,000 




21.5 
38.8 
23.4 





94.4 
68.8 
31.3 




8.2 


Twin Falls 




las 






6,882 
31,564 


1 4.3 
X3 


All othw counties > 




















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> Comprises all counties in which there were no inoorporated places having 3,500 Inhabitants or more In 1930. These ooontles are Adams, Benewah, Bhlne, Boise, 
Boni>dary,Butte, Camas, Carilxm,Clttk,Clearwater,Custiv,Elmare, (tarn, Ooodlng.Idaho.Jellerson, Jerome, I^<nihi,L«wls,Lliux>fa>,MbiUoks, Owyhee, FayetU, Power, 
Teton, and Valley. 

Hiuxois. 



The state 4,4M,in 



Adams 

Alexander. 

Bond 

Boone 

Bureau 



Carroll. 

Cass... 

Cham 

Christ" 

Clay 



CItaiton... 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. 
DeKalb.. 



35,978 
15,203 
3,091 
7,804 
10,619 

5,237 

7,111 

26,117 

11,928 

3,558 



20,167 
2,964,403 
3,375 
11,473 



2,(81,127 \},m,n» 



1,1(1,1 



26,210 
8,777 

12,954 
7,518 

32,029 

14,108 
10,785 
30,842 
26,530 
14,126 

22,158 
14,941 
88,614 
19,396 

19,886 



36,587 
14,548 
3,178 
7,253 
11,166 

3,691 
6,107 
20,666 
11,501 
2,704 

'329 

17,340 

2,321,589 

3,863 

14,585 



(,«U,368 



28,001 
8,193 

13,897 
8,228 

32,809 

14,344 
11,265 
31,163 
23,093 
15,957 

22,503 
17,177 
83,644 
22,418 
18,872 



36,252 
12,566 
2,504 
6,937 
10,237 

3,325 

4,827 

14,826 

9,778 



■139 
15,110 
1,769,053 



l,M(,US 



30,806 
6,818 

13,574 
8,854 

30,875 

15,638 
12,395 
32,796 
33,012 
19,553 

19,685 
19,036 
69,682 
19.240 
19,679 



C7.9 



57.9 
63.4 
19.3 
50.9 
24.9 

27.1 
39.7 
45.9 
31.0 
20.1 

3.4 
57.4 
97.1 
14.8 
36.6 



(1.7 



12,077 
PopulatloDofpartofCeDtraliacity (see Table 51, p. 198) 



56.6 
64.0 
18.6 
46.9 
25.4 

20.5 
35.2 
39.9 
33.2 
14.5 

1.4 
50.2 
96.5 
14.7 
43.6 



64.3 



54.1 
64.8 
16.6 
43.9 
24.9 

17.5 
38.0 
31.1 
26.8 



0.7 
44.3 
96.2 



38.0 



K.( 



-1.7 
4.5 

-2.7 
7.6 

-4,9 

41.9 

16.4 

26.4 

3.7 

31.6 

139.8 

16.3 

27.7 

-12.6 

-21.3 



31.9 



0.9 
15.8 
26.9 
4.6 
9.1 

11.0 
26.5 
39.4 
.17,6 



136.7 
14.8 
31.2 



20.8 



-1.7 



-6.4 
7.1 
-6.8 
-8.6 
-2.4 

-1.6 
-4.3 
-1.0 
14.9 
-11.5 

-1.5 
-13.0 

5.9 
-13.5 

5.3 



-1.0 



-9.1 

20.2 

2.4 

-7.1 

6.3 

-8.3 

-9.1 

-5.0 

0.4 

-18.4 

14.3 
—9.8 
20.0 
16.5 
-4.1 



ST. I 



31.1 
38.S 
33.« 
25l7 
30.4 

31.1 
2911 
2ft.O 
37. » 
30.* 

45.9 
28.5 
96.0 
42.8 
31. t 



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156 



TABUt 60.— URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION OP COUNTIES: 1920, 1910, AND 1900— Continued. 

[See discussion of Increase in nrban and rural population, p. S7.1 
' [A minus sign (— ) denotes decrease.] 





rorULATION. 

- 








PEB CEHT or INCKXASI Df— 




COIJKTT. 


IMO 


IMO 


ISOO 


K>TAi.7orvijk.xioir. 


Urban 
population. 


Rural 
pomlation. 


Rural 
popala- 
Hon per 
square 


. 


Urban. 


Rural. 


Urban. 


Rural. 


Urban. 


Sural. 


ItM 


mo 


IMO 


I«10 

to 

1120. 


1100 

to 

1110. 


1110 

to 

IMO. 


1100 

to 

mo. 


mile: 
1120. 



ILLINOIS— Continued. 



ttaWitt. 
Doocias., 
DnPage. 



FijMte.. 

Pocd 

Planum. 
niHon..: 
Oieene... 



Onindy. 



Irequois.. 
laekson.. 
JeaenoD. 



Jersey. ..•.. 
Jo Daviess.. 

Kane 

Kankakee.. 
Knox 



La Salle.... 

Lake 

Lawrence... 

Lee 

LiTingston. 



UcDonough. 

McBenry 

McLean 

Macon 



Macoupin. 
Madison... 

Marion 

Marshall... 
Mason 



Massac 

Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

MoidMe 

Ogle 



Peoiis 

Perry 

Pulaski.... 
Randolph. 
lUchland.. 



Rock Island. 

St. Clair 

Saline 

on. 

by. 



StcpbeDBOn. . 

T^well 

T7nlon 

Vermilion ... 
Wabash 



Warren.... 
Wayne..,. 

WWte 

Whiteside. 



wni 

VniUamson 

Winoebago 

All other counties > . 



5,818 
2,5M 
25,464 
7,986 
4,aM 

3,316 
3,033 

a,se» 
s.ta 

4,506 

22,375 
2,817 

16,170 
1,816 

3,831 

4,742 

74,816 

16,753 

26,556 

58,174 

40,461 

5,080 

8,111 

»,116 

11,882 
1,430 
8,817 
33,868 
43,818 

26,803 
69,787 
15,191 
2,508 
3,614 

5,066 
14,764 
15,718 
2,682 
3,310 

71, 136 
1,134 
5,417 
6,244 
4,411 

77,187 
11,610 
12,121 
61,843 
3,668 

'11,661 
13,066 

3,011 
46,631 

7,466 

8,116 
3,754 
2,667 
14,101 

41,136 
31,101 
65,661 



13,354 
17,040 
16,666 
17,784 
15,632 

23,871 
13,433 
11,620 
34,0m 
17,001 

14,076 
22,787 
32,024 
30,121 
18,666 

8,843 
17,176 
24,603 
28,187 
20,173 

33,161 
33,816 
16,300 
19,813 
21,874 

17,680 
17,644 
24,347 
36,331 
31,367 

30,471 
37,018 
22,338 
12,357 
13,020 

8,604 
26,641 
17,854 
12,307 
33,530 

31,774 
12,967 

1,212 
33,866 

1,663 

16,170 
44,830 
36,224 
38,411 
36,033 

18,074 
26,454 
17,230 
31,633 
6,678 

13,873 
30,018 
17^414 
33,066 

61,786 
31,183 
35,378 
346,756 



6,166 



1,473 

7,664 
3,888 

3,174 
2,112 
3,676 
10,468 
3,864 

7,230 
12,506 



12,886 
8,007 



4,113 

4,836 

64,042 

13,186 

32,081 


8,8U 
17,832 
37,820 
26,766 
34,070 


63,600 
31,722 
6,938 
7,216 
8,515 


36,533 
23,336 
16,723 
20,534 
31,870 


10,812 
8,313 
7,331 
39,792 
81,140 


11,324 
18,414 
2!L170 
3^216 
23,046 



16,165 
54,280 
12,020 



3,626 

4,666 
9,316 
16,326 
3,621 
2,732 

01,618 
8,176 
2,837 
6,838 
6,011 

61,111 
79,669 

8,676 
61,678 

3,610 

17,667 
9,817 
2,809 

36,176 
6,134 

9,138 



3,833 
10,124 

37,325 
20,173 
46,401 
5,156 



13,741 
11,611 
33,151 
19,672 
16,157 

26,101 
14,184 



3^016 
11,600 

16,133 
21,230 
36,543 
31,347 
31,104 



34,520 
35,567 
23,074 
• 15,671 
13,853 

1,546 
26,916 
19,094 
12,001 
26,133 

30,637 
13,112 
13, 813 
33,212 
10,151 

11,205 
40,201 
21,529 
31,346 
28,103 

11,354 
34,130 
11, 047 
43,820 
7,OT9 

14,186 
26,617 
30,211 
24,383 

47,146 
24,125 
17,752 
361,278 



4,452 

2, see 

6,207 
6,106 
3,774 

2,665 
3,036 



1,068 



6,880 
14,420 
2,505 
1,781 
6,216 

3,517 
6,006 
63,931 
13,506 
18,607 

48,271 
12,232 



7,117 
4,266 

8,962 
5,375 
5,104 
27,081 
30,754 

8,223 
26,510 
6,582 
2,621 
3,268 

4,061 
5,918 
15,078 



56,100 
4,353 
2,705 
6,773 
4,260 

36,741 
47,131 



34,151 
3,646 

18,258 
8,420 
3,618 

30,177 
4,311 

7,460 



3,131 
8,984 

36,311 
3,510 

31, 051 
6,352 



14,520 i 
16,528 I 
22,980 : 
33,168 I 
10,681 I 
I 
25,400 
15,323 
11,675 
37,133 
23,403 

17,266 
25,621 
35,509 
24,090 
22,117 

11,095 
19,528 
25,853 
23,559 
25,005 

39,505 
22,272 
16,523 
21,977 
37,761 

19,718 
23,087 
24,655 
40,782 
23,249 

33,033 
39,184 
23,864 
13,741 
14,223 

1,041 
24,918 
11,928 
16,224 
31,121 

32,508 
15,477 
11,849 
22,228 
12, 131 

18,608 
31,546 
21.685 
3^434 
28,680 

21,675 
24,801 
11,992 
46,468 
8,272 

16,703 
27,636 
23,447 
36,716 

31,473 

25,286 

16,714 

394,328 



30.6 
13.1 
60.6 
81.0 
30.6 

12.7 
18.4 
45.0 
38.2 
26.7 

24.2 
41.6 
8.1 
45.8 
84.5 

3a3 
21.6 
75.3 
37.3 
56.8 

63.6 
54.5 
23.8 
21.2 
23.6 

*o.i 

34.8 
26.6 
48.3 
67.2 

46.8 
65.3 
4a4 
17.0 
21.7 

37.3 
35.6 
46.8 
17.1 
1X3 

71.6 
43.4 
37.0 
21.6 
32.0 

83.6 
67.1 
31.6 
61.7 
12.1 

63.1 
31.4 
14.1 
64.0 
63.1 

87.8 
IZl 
13.3 
39.0 

44.3 
6a8 
72.3 



37.8 



38.3 
28.0 
11.4 

lae 

17.0 
10.3 
21.1 
12.8 

21.1 

3ao 



36.7 
27.6 

29.6 
21.3 
61.7 
34.3 
47.9 

59.6 
57.6 
26.2 
26.0 
21.2 

36.0 
31.2 
22.6 
43.8 
67.6 

31.1 
6a4 
34.8 



2a3 

32.8 
26.6 
44.5 
17.8 
1.8 

61.4 
37.0 

lai 

20.0 
31.4 

72;7 
66.6 
38.7 
66.8 
11.3 

47.7 
31.1 
121 
46.1 
46.6 

39.3 



1X3 
28l8 

44.1 

44.7 

71.8 

1.4 



lt.6 

13.5 

ia6 

31.6 
18.4 

8.5 

16.5 



11.6 



38.6 
36.0 
6.6 
28.1 
18.5 

24.1 
2a4 
67.2 
36.6 
42.7 

66.0 
35.5 



36.5 

lai 

31.2 
l&l 
17.2 
S8.1 
47.2 

21.8 
31.4 
21.6 
16.1 
1&7 

81.0 
11.2 
43.1 



S3.3 
22.0 
1&6 
3a6 
26.0 

66.6 
64.4 



47.7 
11.0 

88.0 
26.3 
11.6 
80.7 
84.3 

813 



11.6 
36.0 

47.2 

1.0 

-64.1 

1.3 



14.2 



168.8 
4.2 
3.2 

11.6 

4.2 

863.5 

29.7 
106.1 

-87.7 
78.1 



81.6 
22.6 

-6.7 
-1.8 
16.1 
11.8 
2a3 

lao 

27.6 

-14.4 

13.5 

7.0 

8.1 
12.4 
2ai 
13.7 
4a7 

65.8 
28.6 
2&1 



3.6 

8.6 
57.0 

2.6 
-3.4 
31.2 

14.8 
21.6 

sai 

7.1 
-10.4 

sae 

16.0 
39.8 
19.7 
-0.6 

12.0 
22.1 

7.5 
32.3 

7.6 

-11.1 



-6.1 
31.4 

10.6 
64.2 
44.6 



16.0 



81.1 
25.6 
3.3 

11.6 
-4.1 



15.8 



6.1 
-13.3 



31.8 
63.5 

16.1 
-3.4 
21.0 
XI 
18.7 

11.0 
151.3 



-ai 

101.6 

21.6 
66.1 
43.8 
lOiO 
60iO 

75.3 
112.8 
82.6 



7.8 

14.4 

58.8 

1.6 



24.1 

87.8 

4.8 

1.0 

17.6 

3X4 
68.0 



61.3 
L3 

3X6 
17.5 
7.3 
74.3 
6a8 

3X4 



-3.6 
1X6 

6.6 

703.7 

46.3 

-3.7 



-X8 
-13.0 
-3a 6. 
-X6 
-11 

-8.1 

-5.3 

35.5 

-11.6 

-1X1 

-16.9 

-2X0 

-XI 

-X6 

-XL 6 

-lai 

-3.6 

-U.6 

5.3 

-16.2 

-7,1 
44.1 
-X6 
-&6 
-6.3 

-8.6 
-4.6 
-3.3 
-6.2 
-7.3 

-n.7 

4.3 

-3.2 

-21.8 

-6.0 

-lai 

X8 
-6.6 

X6 
-6.4 

3.7 
-6.8 

-28.1 
-1.8 

-1X8 

-21.0 

n.8 

2L8 
-X4 
-7.4 

-6.1 

1.6 

-8.5 

-7.4 

-17.6 

-6.7 
-2X1 
-13.9 

-8.6 

8.8 
30.3 
4X4 
-6.1 



18.5 

4.2 

-11.8 

-8.2 

-1.2 

-7.4 

18.3 

5.3 

-16.6 

-1.9 
14.1 
0.1 
-7.7 
-7.8 

-1L3 

-817 

7.6 

13.6 

-X7 

-7.5 
4.8 
1.2 

-6.6 
-15.6 

-XO 

-19.7 

XI 

-6.2 

-ai 

4.6 
-9.2 
-3.3 
14.1 
-X6 

6.6 

4.0 

-4.2 

-31.1 

-13.7 

I 
-5.8 

-lai 

8.1 

4.81 
-9.7, 

8.8 1 
L7 

-a7 

-L7 1 
1 
-11.2 
-X7 
-4.7 
-8.8 
-X6 

-1.7 
-7.0 
-XI 
-6.2 

1X4 

-L4 

6.7 

—6.4 



32.2 
40.9 
48.3 
38.6 
3a4 

81.4 
26.9 
70.8 
31.1 
33.0 

3X5 
27.7 
28.6 
84.3 
3L0 

24.1 

27.6 
46.7 
42.3 
38.4 

31.6 
74.3 
45.6 

28.7 
28.6 

28.7 
30.0 
39.3 
3a4 
36.5 

36.4 
50.3 
39.3 
3L0 
23.6 

35.4 

38.7 
8L0 
36.4 
31.1 

6«lO 

38.8 
48.5 
31.0 
36.8 

36.S 
67.8 
65.7 
43.9 
83.7 

3X3 

4ai 

4X8 
43.0 
38.1 

34.6 
37.3 
34.3 
8X5 

61.4 

66.8 
47.8 
34.5 



> Comprises all counties In which there were no incorporated places having 2,500 inhabitants or more in 1120. These counties are Brown, Calhoun, C3aik, Cumberland, 
Bd wards, Oallatin, Hamilton, Baneock, Hardin, Henderson, Ja«per, Johnson, Kendall, Menard, Mercer, Monroe, Flatt, Pike, Pope, Putnam, Schuyler, Soott, Stark, Wash- 
Ingtoii, and Woodtord. 



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POPULATION. 



Tablb 60.— urban and RURAL POPULATION OF COUNTIES: 1920, 1»W, AND laJO-Coatiniied. 

(See discussion of incnsse in urban and rural population, p. S7.| 
(A minus sign (— ) denotes decrease.) 





ForoLAnoit. 








rtm cm or nccBXAsi at— 




OOOMTT. 


1920 


MU 


19M 


TOTAL rOFQLATIOH. 


popolatkn. 


RuibI 
popoJstlaB. 


Rural 
popula- 
Uonper 

square 


• 


UrbMu 


Runl. 


Vtbaa. 


Runl. 


tTtbaii. Rural. 


MM 


mo 


1900 


1910 1900 

to to 

aao 1910. 

f • 


1910 

to 

1020. 


1900 

to 

1910. 


mUe: 
1930. 



INDIAJfA. 



Thaitate 


l,488,>»i 


1,447,135 


1,143,835 


1,557,041 


8.i,<8. 


1,853,773 


50.6 


43.4 


34.3 


39.6 


33.8 


-7.0 


-5.8 


6U 








4,762 
86,540 
8,990 
6,336 
6,267 

21,626 
10,098 

9,293 
11,585 

8,748 

7,766 
5,345 
9,446 
36,524 
5,860 

36,480 
9,901 

22,992 
3,392 
3,720 

7,132 
26,617 
10,317 
4,768 
4,168 

14,458 

30,067 

14,000 

7,348 

2,912 

8,337 
6,711 

3 084 
4,909 

24,796 

6,478 
144,176 
34,616 
12, 101 
44,729 

314,184 

4 338 
12,410 
11,595 
10,139 

4,896 
5,273 
4,086 
6,618 
5;284 

3,780 
7427 
5,408 
86,178 
9; 701 

2,581 

2,660 

4489 

36,816 

4,607- 
85,264 
10,962 
70,3»8 

12,683 
4451 
2,836 

26,766 

6,391 
2636 
3499 


15,741 
27,754 
14,897 
7,748 
17,318 

16,707 
19,283 
20,154 
16,152 
18,113 

12,368 
12,468 
16,154 
19,853 
14,116 

19,904 
7,241 
7669 
15,431 
12,758 

22,060 
24,738 
26^463 
19,464 
13,043 

20,224 
13,898 
17,671 
16,880 
11,049 

14,981 
13,998 
10,196 
15,830 
21,400 

21,642 
15,781 
16,828 
16,127 
24,422 

33,867 
19,406 
16,258 
12,924 
18,351 

15,116 
17,197 
12,606 
13,738 
14,060 

16,100 
19,057 
13,743 
17,126 
16,281 

16,819 
10,710 
27,141 
11^497 

11,645 

7,029 

16,603 

29,819 

14,648 
15,411 
13,809 
21, 3n 

15,118 

14,816 

12,161 

281,641 


4,471 
63,933 
8,813 
9,133 
5U74 

19,050 
13,166 
9,340 
8,634 
7;854 

8,840 

5,420 

8,068 

24,006 


17,860 
29,463 
16,000 
6,687 
19,199 

17,318 
17,106 
23,195 
18,010 
19,893 

13,066 
13,873 
16,986 
27,409 
19,843 

21,212 

6, en 

9 664 
17,104 
13,616 

23,689 
26,337 
27,672 
21953 
14,683 

20,313 
16,167 
18,710 
18,422 
13,044 

16,960 
13,549 
11,288 
15,892 
21,494 

23,606 
16,926 
16,245 
18,471 
26,624 

30,011 
20 337 
18,440 
14,568 
19,926 

16,663 
19,028 
14,709 
13^553 
16,107 

16,730 
21,638 
14,424 
18,742 
17;303 

17,940 
11,604 
28,324 
16,118 

13,384 

7,791 

12,636 

26,690 

18,230 
17,977 
17446 
21,433 

17,431 

17,603 

13,444 

301,808 


4,142 
46,116 
8,130 
9,317 
4; 466 

16,204 
10,774 
7,786 
7,100 
8,551 

7,971 
5,034 
7 306 
20,942 
2,627 

22,994 
6,836 

30,628 
3,006 
8,421 

6,041 
34,164 
3,071 
4,792 
4,489 

3,406 
10,609 
9,491 
6;445 


18,090 1 
32,155 , 
16,464 
7,896 
31,856 

18,341 
21061 
20,499 
21,102 
21,363 

14,223 
14,484 
18,406 
28,682 
17,830 

22.058 
6,650 
9,490 
18,441 
14,032 

24,068 
30,629 
26,459 
25,122 
14,700' 

21,682 

17,966, 

19,410 

20,188 

14,202 

18,833 

16,078' 

12,934 

16,218 

22,497 

26,122 
18,122 
16,423 
19,614 
30,121 

28,063 
21,463 
19,881 
14,413 
22,739 

18,419 
20,179 
16,008 
12,896 
17,201 

17,817 
23,232 
15,607 
17,322 
19;322 

19,536 

22,887 
20;543 

15,353 
13,762 
12,334 
25,362 

19,617 , 
19 480 1 
19,409 
20,744 

18,970 

19,138 

14353 

318,938 


23.2 
75.7 
37.6 
49.0 
36.5 

56.4 

84.4 
31.6 
41.8 
82.0 

38.8 
80.0 
36.9 
64.8 
29.1 

64.7 

57.8 
75.0 
18.0 
23.6 

24.4 
51.8 
28.0 
19.6 
24.2 

41.7 
68.4 
44.2 
30.3 
20.9 

85.8 
82.4 
23.2 
23.7 
53.7 

30.2 
90.1 
68.6 
42.9 
64.7 

90.8 
18.3 
43.3 
47.3 
35.6 

34.5 
23.6 
34.5 
32.2 
27.3 

19.0 
28.0 
28.0 
83.4 
37.3 

14.0 
19.8 
14.2 
«.8 

27.9 
92.4 
39.7 
70.2 

46.2 
22.4 
17.0 
56.6 

26.3 
14.6 
22.3 


30.6 
68.6 
35.5 
67.7 
32.2 

52.4 
43.5 
28.7 
32.4 
38.3 

39.0 
28.8 
32.2 
46.7 

5&7 
63.7 
68.1 
16.3 
19.9 

31.4 
48.8 
25.0 
18.8 
23.4 

31.7 
61.3 
35.4 
25.6 


18.6 
H.4 
33.1 
64.1 
17.0 

46.9 
33.8 
22.7 
25.2 
28.6 

35.9 
2&8 
38.4 
42.2 
12.4 

51.0 
50.7 
68.5 
14.0 
19.6 

2ai 

44.2 
10.8 
16.0 
23.4 

13.6 
87.1 
32.8 
24.2 


6.6 
35.4 
2.0 
-30.6 
14.3 

13.6 

-23.3 

-5.5 

'34.3 

11.3 

-6.9 
-1.4 
17.1 
62.2 


4I:? 

8.4 

-2.0 

22.6 

17.6 
22.1 
20.0 
21.6 
-8.2 

4.8 
7.7 
10.4 
14.6 


-9.4 
-6.8 
-6.9 
15.9 
-9.8 

-8.6 

12.7 

-13.1 

-10.8 

-8.9 

-6.0 

-6.8 

-4.9 

-27.6 

-28.9 

-6.2 

8.4 

-20.6 

-9.8 

-5.6 

-6.8 

-6.1 

-4.4 

-11.8 

-10.6 

-0.4 
-14.0 
-5.6 
-8.4 
-15.8 

-11.7 

3.3 

-9.7 

-0.4 

-a4 

-7.9 
-6.8 
-2.6 
-12.7 
-8.8 

12.8 

-4.6 

-11.8 

-11.4 

-7.9 

-9.2 
-9.6 

-14.3 
1.4 

-12.8 

-8.8 
-11.6 
-4.7 
-8.6 
-6.9 

-11.8 

-8.2 

-4.3 

2.4 

-13.0 

-9.8 

31.9 

. 11.7 

-19.7 
-14.8 
-30.8 

-a3 

-18.3 

-1S.8 

-9.5 

-6.7 


-4.0 

-8.4 

-2.8 

-15.3 

-12.2 

-5.6 
-18.8 
-12.5 
-14.5 

-6.9 

-8.2 
-7.7 
-7.7 
-4.4 
U.3 

-3.8 

0.3. 

1.8 

-7.3 

-3.7 

-1.6 

-18.7 

8.7 

-13.6 

-0.8 

-6.8 
-10.0 
-3.6 
-8.7 
-8.7 

-9.9 

-10.1 
-12.7 
-%0 
-4.6 

-6.4 
-6.6 
-1.1 
-6.8 
-11.6 

6.9 
-6.3 
-7.2 

1.3 
-12.4 

1.4 

-5.7 

-8.6 

5.1 

-6.4, 

-6.1 ' 
-8.1 
-7.6, 
8.2, 
-10.8 

-8.1 
-214, 

218 
-21.6' 

-12.8 j 

-38.0 ! 

14 

5.2 

-7.0 

-7.7 

-10.1 ' 

13 

-11 1 
-10 1 

-13 
-13 I 


46.7 
42.0 


Allen ..' 


3(f(]io]onu>w .. . 


118 


Blackford 


411 




40.8 


Con 


412 


Clark 


61.4 


Clay 


511 


Clinton ! 


39.8 


Oavieas 


41.S 




30.2 


2)ecatuT • 


31 0> 


DeKalb 


41T 


Delaware. 


to.t 


Dubois 


31.1 


SUchart 


27,796 
7,738 

20,629 
3336 
3,384 

6,448 
26,068 

4;448 

9,446 
17,010 

6,306 


31.2 
38>0 
11.5 
1.7 
10.6 

10.6 
9.1 

12.1 
-6.2 
-6.3 

53.1 
76.8 
36.3 
1&5 


20.9 
13.2 

«.o 

-1.7 

6.7 
3.8 

199.6 
6.9 

-0.9 

177.3 

60.3 

8.2 

-2.2 


411 


J'^ette 


a.s 


Floyd 


6LS 




Al 


Fulton 


M.8 


aibson 


414 


Qnat 


116 




417 




48.8 




416 


Hanrr 


50.9 




418 




418 




32.8 




19.7 


Jay 


8,001 
6,934 
2,915 
4,502 
17,689 

4,430 
66,938 
29,552 
12,154 
38,600 

233,690 
3,838 
10,910 
8838 
9,371 

4,529 
4,981 
3,369 
6987 
5,663 

8,790 
7,475 
4925 
65,670 
9,500 

2,736 
3,610 
4,115 
23,948 

4,075 
00,647 

6,229 
61,240 

8,687 
3; 934 

■22,'324' 

4,987 


7,985 
7,835 
2,823 
4,006 

10,249 

3,987 
19,770 
21,963 

6,115 
40,349 

189,164 
3 656 
8,463 
6,460 
6,649 

4,038 
3,354 
2,680 
6,280 
6,132 

8,661 
• 421 
4541 
41,550 
7,109 

2,882 


82.1 
33.9 

20.5 
22.1 
45.1 

15.9 
79.6 
64.5 
39.7 
59.2 

88.6 
16.9 
37.2 
37.7 
32.0 

21.4 
20.7 
18.6 
34.0 
25.7 

18.5 
26.8 
25.5 
77.8 
35.4 

13.2 
18.3 
12.7 
59.8 

23.3 
S9.9 
33.0 
09.6 

32.3 
18.0 


29.8 
34.2 
17.9 
19.8 
31.3 

13.7 
62.2 
57.2 
23.8 
57.3 

85.8 
14.6 
20.9 
30.9 
22.6 

19.7 
14.3 
14.3 
32.8 
23.0 

17.0 
22.4 
22.5 
70.6 
27.1 

12.9 

"iiT 

46.9 

19.7 
82.2 
19.1 
59.1 

30.6 
12.8 


4.2 

-3.2 

5.8 

9.0 

40.2 

23.7 
118.7 

17.1 
-0.4 

15.9 

34.5 
13.0 
13.7 
31.2 
8.2 

8.1 

5.9 

21.3 

^-6.7 

•-to 

-0.3 
-«.6 
11.6 
31.4 
2.1 

-8.7 
1.6 
9.1 
9.9 

10.6 
22.4 
76.0 
14.9 

44.8 
13.1 


0.2 

-11.8 

3.3 

12.4 

72.8 

11.1 
233.5 
34.6 
98.8 
-4.3 

38.1 
5.0 
28.9 
36.8 
40.9 

12.2 
48.6 
26.7 
11.3 
8.4 

3.6 
16.4 

8.6 
67.8 
32.6 

-6.1 

■"si'o" 

32.2 

8.3 

18.0 

113.5 

<7.0 

0.8 
38.1 


39.9 




315 




218 


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49.2 


Knox 


410 


Kondotko 


40.0 


I/ike 


311 


La Porte 


218 


Lawrence 


314 


Uadlaon 


64.3 


Ifarton 


813 


UaiabaU. 


44.0 


Hiami 


417 




31.1 




316 


Moron 


372 


KobM 


41.3 


Perry 


318 


Porter 


311 


Pl^T 


310 




313 


Randolph 


42.6 


Rodi " 


318 


St. Joeepli 


37.2 


ShsIbT.* 


40.0 


3i)eDoer.«. 


39.3 


fll^ben 


HI 


SulUvao 


3,118 
181,116 

3,764 
69,007 

2,918 
36,673 

8,618 
2,849 

■■■i8,'226' 

4,479 


60.0 


Ttrmemnoe. 


318 




44.8 


V^derborff 


80.3 


VermiUon 


61< 


Vlao 


719 


Wabasli 




Warrick 


89 8 




318 


Wayne" 


51.0 
22.2 


46.8 
19.1 


19.9 
8.1 


32.5 
11.3 


610 


Welb 


41.4 


^milta 


29.3 


WUtlay 


2,976 


20.4 


17.2 


1.6 


15.9 


310 


A II nthftf nmintiM * 


319 























■ L<«tbanaa»4aatbofIperoeat. ^ . .. . .. 

> Comprises all counties in whloh there were no iooorporated plaoea haring 2,5i 
Ftankiln, Harrison, Hendricks, Lagranfa, UarUn, Newton, Ohio, Orange, Owen, 



Inhabitants or more in 1920. These counties are Benton, Brown, Oamll, Cmwfcnl, 
^arke, Plbe, Pulaiki, Ripley, Scott, Starke, Swltxerland, Union, and Warm. 



Digitized by 



Google 



COUNTIES. 



157 



Table 80..— VZBJklSr JtND BUBAL POPULATION OP COUNTIES: 1920, 1910, AND 1900— Continued. 

(Sac dbcnSkB of iocreaw in urlMtn and rural population, p. 57.] 
(ABimmsIgn (— ) denoted decrwat.) 





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population. popnlatian. 


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1 


Urtan. 


Rural. 


1 1»M 


1»10 


uoo 


1 ino 
to 

uoo. 


itoo 

to 

ma 


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to 
1«0. 


itoo 

to 
1910. 


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IOWA. 



■Sa»st»ia. 



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Cmti'iiirSSl'. 



CbielcaMW.. 

Clwk*. 

Ctojr 

O n itoii 



Crawford..., 
ItaUii....... 

Dalswar*.... 

DmUoloei.. 
Dubaqoe.... 

Kniniat....,, 

V»y«tta 

Ftoyd. 




Ia<^aaa., 
Jimr... 

laflBmn. 
jotuHon. 
Jonn.... 



Kooutb.. 

Looai.... 
UadiM>n. 



llal 

Marion... 
IfanhaU. 
Mfljf 



Monroe 

MoBtgomery. 
Mmnatlna ... 

O'Briao 

Page 



Palo Alto 

FlTmoatb 

Pdl 

Pottawattamie. 
PowediUc 



fSii::: 

Bhiiby. 
Story... 
Tama.. 



Vtion 

WapaUo 

'Watnn 

Washington. 
IVtebatar 



WbuMahlek 

Woodbury 

Wright 

All other ooontiea >. 



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<M,OM 1,(44,719 I vn,U» 



11,182 

7,268 

42,£tf 

12.4S1 

a.as2 
i,»n 

3,658 

4,254 

£,33« 

22,8«9 

5,824 
2,530 
3,«84 
4,500 
24,151 

3,5m 
5,M2 
3,111 
34,057 
30,141 

4,690 
7,455 
7,350 
2,092 
3,416 

5,657 
7|l43 
3,085 
3,087 
3,106 

8,626 
0,131 
5,048 
11,267 
2,881 

3,724 
26,480 
40,704 
5,175 
2,006 

0,427 
6,861 
15,731 
3,862 
2,878 

6,067 
5,578 
16,068 
3,488 
0,766 

2,762 

4,683 

130,099 

36,162 

5,362 

3,630 
66,727 
2,831 
8,038 
3,601 

8,034 

33,003 

3,628 

10,^ 

4,030 
71,227 
^259 



19,253 
16,812 
14,024 
17,441 
13.876 

16,218 
14,808 
17,306 
14,002 
11,806 

11,036 
13,802 
7,822 
U,061 
10,230 

17,063 
10,478 
15,072 
11,463 
10,131 

7,028 
21,796 
11,610 
12,815 
13.061 

13,874 
16,104 
30,508 
14,311 
10,510 

16,306 
18,734 
10,402 
16,106 
16,736 

31,358 
13,187 
34,300 
I0,S11 
13,114 

16,843 
18,086 
16,800 
U,660 
U,043 

13,400 
11,470 
13,074 
16,563 
14,371 

12,724 
18,901 
23,930 
36,388 
14,648 



18,062 

90,044 

13,089 

478,603 



9,599 
6,457 . 

31,705 ! 

1A,»47: 
3,306 I 

3,617 



3,546 
4,560 
11,330 

4,884 



8,006 
26,577 

8,133 
4,630 
2,758 
24,324 
38,404 

3,404 
6,028 
6.802 
3,617 



6,208 
2,707 
3,187 
3,874 
3; 668 

3,570 
7,140 
4,070 
10,001 
3,083 

3,008 

%908 

37;3U 

3,794 

3,818 

0.466 
6,311 
13,374 
4,063 



4,969 
4,830 
16,178 
3,941 
8,806 



4,157 
88,041 
20,202 

5,036 



43,028 
2,670 
4,223 



«,024 
22,012 
3,283 
4,380 
16,543 

3,502 
47; 828 
3,387 



19,102 
16,699 
13,160 
17,279 
12,638 

16,231 
16,981 

16,671 
14,487 
13,781 

11,857 
16,375 
10,738 
9,761 
19,817 

16,908 
18,998 
15.130 
11,821 
18,066 

6,412 
21,801 
11,227 
12,163 
16,023 

14,034 
18,124 
10,975 
14,766 
10,362 

17,688 
10,804 

laosi 

16,823 
16,067 

19,063 
13,794 
23,500 
0,668 
13,803 

30^804 

16^006 
11,759 
13,436 

f?:^4 

13,337 
14,301 
15,104 

13,846 
18,072 
31,497 
26^640 
14,553 

lC>73 
13,082 
10,660 
2^166 

9,602 
1^731 
1^011 
15,646 
19,086 

18,137 
10,788 
14,664 



46? 



6.256 
6,782 
17,899 
8,880 
3,177 

3,666 



2,882 
6,046 
6,746 

8.865 



2,505 
3,005 
22,606 

3,771 
3,086 
2,887 
33,301 
36,307 

8,237 
6,143 
4,237 
3,737 
3,601 

4,613 
3,840 
4,010 
4,100 
2,806 

3,777 
8,683 
4,680 
7^087 
2,801 

2,0U 

23,919 

20,758 

3,989 

3,039 

0,812 
^764 
11,644 
3,040 
3.734 

2,880 

4,365 
14,078 



6,840 



4,146 
62,130 
16,802 

3,860 

*38,l64' 



%640 

7,782 
1^107 
3.361 
<356 
13,163 

3,246 

33,111 

3,657 

7',082 



1 ,669,467 

20.671 
18,395 
14,500 
10,330 
13,128 

17,771 
16,975 
17,437 
16,228 
13,926 

12,705 
17,037 
9,935 
10,306 
21,134 

18,014 
10,073 
16,208 
13,788 
30,106 

6,600 
24,7C8 
13,527 
13,260 
15,219 

14,901 
19,954 
21,587 
16,913 
11,706 

19,838 
33,294 
13,748 
16,830 
19,063 

19.809 
16,800 
25,634 
12,137 
14,671 

26,061 
18,406 
18,447 
13,724 
13.182 

16.096 
13.448 
14.169 
16.985 
17,338 

14,364 
18,063 
30,485 
38,534 
16,554 

17,639 
16,304 
1^032 
23,160 
21,036 

13,176 
1?220 
17;il5 
1(C463 
1^505 

20,485 

21,499 

14,670 

40^472 



36.4 

36.9 
30.2 
75.2 
41.7 
20.0 

18.5 
19.7 
19.7 
27.4 
66.0 

32.8 
16.5 
25.5 
39.4 
55.7 

17.4 
23.5 
17.1 
67.7 
67.3 

37.3 
35.6 

30LO 
l&O 
30.7 

30.0 
30.6 
16.3 
21.8 
23.3 

18.3 
32.8 
36.3 
42.6 

15.6 

14.8 
66.8 
67.3 
33.0 
19L8 

36i0 

27,6 
48.3 

26.0 
30.7 

21.6 
32.7 
65.3 
18.3 
4a6 

17.8 
10.9 
84.5 
58.8 
36.9 

l&O 
76.8 
17.6 
94.1 
U.9 

4B.5 
6a6 

tl 

U.4 

U.3 
77.8 
35.7 



30.6 

33.4 
37.9 
70.7 
37.6 
3a2 

17.8 



17.6 
28.9 
44.9 

30.3 



33.6 
56.3 

16.6 
10.6 

15.4 
67.3 
67.0 

34.7 
31.6 
34.4 
17.7 



27.1 
13.4 
13.8 
30.8 
30.6 

16.8 
26.4 
31. 3 
38.0 

15.7 

13.2 
63.4 
61.3 
28.2 
18.0 

31.7 
37.0 
44.2 
36.6 



19.6 
29.1 
64.8 
17.0 
36.7 



18.0 
80.5 
52.5 
25.7 



71.7 
16.6 
17.6 



41.7 
58.3 
l&O 
22.0 
44.9 

16.6 
70.7 
18.« 



35.6 

20.3 
26.0 
55.2 
31.5 
19.5 

17.1 



14.2 
23.7 
32.6 

33.8 



3ai 
33.1 
51.8 

13.8 
17.3 
15.0 
64.5 
64.4 

32.6 
17.2 
33.8 
18.3 
14.6 

33.6 
13.6 
16.7 
30.6 
19.3 

16.0 
13.6 
26.9 
32.2 
13.2 

12.8 
60.2 
63.7 
24.7 
17.2 

36.0 
33.8 
38.6 
18.1 
18.8 

16.1 
34.6 
40.8 



38.3 



18.7 

75.3 
47.5 
19.9 



•jTi- 



ia« 

38.0 
61.4 
M.0, 

3a< 

38.S 

13.7 
60.6 
10.6 
0.3 



88.7 
I 

17.5 
12.6 
34.3 
30.3 
4.6 

4.4 



30.0 
16.0 
103.6 

10.3 



63.0 
-6.6 

14.3 

31.0 

12.8 

-1.1 

1.7 

38.0 
33.7 
34.7 
14.8 



8.6 

156.4 

35.0 

3.0 

30.3 

1.6 
37.0 

19.7 
11.7 
-3.4 

38.1 
16.6 
33.6 
36.4 

3.1 

-a4 
10. s 

17.6 
-4.7 



3.0 
16.5 

-a7 
ia6 

10.9 



13.7 

46.3 

33.6 

6.6 



SI. 8 
10.3 

iiTr 



16.0 
4.8 

34.6 

13.4 
48.9 
114.8 



16.8 

82.6 
-4.8 
77.1 
16.6 
0.0 

-3.8 



33.0 
-0.6 
66.6 

36.4 



-3.0 
13.7 

13.1 
16.2 
-4.5 
4.8 
6.1 

5.3 
17.3 
30.4 
-4.0 



13.0 

-1.6 

-30.6 

-6.7 

-6.3 

-6.6 
03.0 

6.0 
36.3 

3.3 

-ai 

-4.3 
36.0 
-4.0 
-7.8 

3.8 
7.0 
15.0 
33.3 



no 

10.9 
16.0 



38.6 



0.8 
43.1 
13.6 
80.6 



-la? 

31.0 
0.7 
3.0 

27.8 

10l7 
44.4 
-4.8 



-to 

0.8 
0.7 
6.6 
0.0 
5.8 

-ai 

-6.8 
4.4 

-2.7 
-14.3 

0.7 

-16.1 

-27.1 

13.3 

-3.0 

0.7 
3.6 

-a 4 

-3.0 
0.0 

23.6 

-0.4 

2.5 

5.4 

-18.6 

-1.1 

-lao 

3.6 

-3.1 

3.4 

-7.8 
-6.0 

-4.6 
-4.0 
-3.1 

13.0 

-4.4 

8.4 

8.7 

-8.4 

-17.4 
7.8 

iV.7 
-17.8 

-lai 

-2.6 

-2.6 

8.7 

-6.4 

-8.1 

-a4 
11.3 
-4.3 

O 

-10.3 

1.6 

-6.3 

-13.3 

-13.1 

-4.7 
-6.1 
-3.3 
1.3 
-4.3 

-0.6 

6.S 

-10.1 

3.3 



-7.6 
-9.2 
-9.3 
-10.6 
-3.7 

-8.7 
-6.9 
-6.0 
-10.7 
-1.0 

-6.7 
-9.8 
8.1 
-5.3 
-6.3 

-10.6 
-0.4 
-7.3 
-7.6 
-6.7 

-4.3 
-11.4 
-17.0 

-0.0 
6.3 

-6.8 
-0.3 
-7.6 
-7.8 
-13.3 

-ia8 

-14.6 

-13.0 

-6.0 

-15.7 

-3.8 
-12.7 

-8.8 
-20.3 
-13.7 

-18.6 
-8.8 
-8.4 

-14.3 
UlS 

36.6 

-13.4 

-6.0 

-16.7 

-13.4 

-L6 

6.0 

4.0 

-7.0 

-6.4 

-6.1 

4.1 
-32.0 
-14.3 

1.0 

-30.4 
-8.7 

-13.0 
-6.6 
-3.6 

-U.8 
-&0 
-0.7 
-6.0 



W.6 

37.6 
33i« 
24;8 

3a7 

30.8 

28.6 
26.1 
3a 8 
25.0 
30.8 

sas 

35;0 
18.S 
10.« 
37.8 

33.8 
33.1 
26.4 
3&0 

81.S 

20.3 
30.1 
23.3 
33.8 
32.7 

34.8 
38L6 
20.7 
33.6 
22.6 

36.8 
36.0 
34.3 
34.0 

27.6 

22.0 
26.3 
34.3 
24.3 
31.3 

30l7 
33.1 
29.6 
3a4 
33.0 

43.6 
37.1 

3ao 

37.4 
87.1 

33.7 
33.1 
41.1 
37.0 
36.1 

36.0 
38.4 

22.6 
30.4 
2a8 

21.6 
34.0 
36.3 

S!* 

26.3 
24.3 
22.8 
20.1 



1 Decr4aaB of letfi than o|i6>i?iith of 1 per oent. 

* ComprlMa aJlooaatiac In WhieU tbsre were no fnoorporated plaoea having 3,800 inhabitants or more tn 102a These oounttes are Adair, AdamL Allamikea, Aoduboo, 
BaUar.CaUioun, Cedar, Clayton, Dav^ Decatur, Dickinson. Fremonu Qrundy, Outhrie, Haoooek, Humboldt, Ida, Iowa, Keokuk, Louisa, Lyon, Monona, Osoeola, .Foe*' 
bsotas, Rinnold, Skmz, Taylor, Van Buren, Wayne, Winnebago, and Worth. 



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POPULATION. 



Tablb 50.— urban and RURAL POPULATION OF COUNTIES: 1920, 1910, AND lOOO-^Continued. 

[Sm discussion of increase In urban and rural population, p. 57.] 
(A mlntt8.slgn (— ) denotes decrease.] 





FOFOLATtOlC. 








rE« CENT Of INCREASE IN— 




OOVHTT. 


IMO 


»!• 


1900 


TOTAL »OrULAnOK. 


Urban 
population. 


Rural 
population. 


Rural 
1920. 


• 


Urban. 


Rural. 


Crban. 


Rural. 


Urban. 


Rural. 


IKO 


1910 


1900 


1910 
to 
1930. 


1900 
to 
1910. 


1910 
to 
1920. 


1900 
to 
1910. 



KANSAS. 



The iteta 


117,964 


l,UI,n3 


4*3,790 


1,1*7,U* 


330,901 


1,13*,5M 


34.1 


M.l 


tl.S 


K.l 


48.1 


-3.8 


6.1 


t 

14 1 




.1 


Allen 


11,088 
12,630 

4 430 
10,693 

7;231 

15,214 
11,475 
3,715 
4,706 
19,186 

27,135 
8,960 

12,456 
3 165 

.3,848 

5,061 
9,018 
7,533 
2,606 
3,740 

9,781 
2,708 
3,268 
16,088 
16,913 

11,273 
4.506 
3,048 
8,010 
8,315 

33,497 
2,857 

10,286 
3,139 
5,183 

23,298 
2,516 
7989 

15,085 

72,817 
3,613 

50,003 
3;664 

7,048 

7897 

108,851 


12,471 
10,781 
13,962 
12,505 
13,718 

28,638 
22,134 
10,650 
13,009 
15,969 

34,665 
16,817 
ll,5tt 
10,973 
3,826 

9,212 
12,928 

5,919 
13,109 
)0.»16 

10,963 
12,792 
16,046 
18,019 
31,490 

14,881 
17,350 
19,683 
11,790 
10,671 

16,148 
9,148 

13,714 
6,184 
7,736 

31,125 
U,316 
12,661 
10,018 

20,<H7 
3,607 

19 187 
3;928 

31,165 

13,260 

U,367 

513,545 


11,580 
16,429 

4,622 
10,463 

6,674 

3,129 
0,160 
3,438 
4,415 
14,208 

18,161 
7,391 
12,374 


■ 16,060 
11,678 
13,254 
13,544 

14,740 

19,930 
29,002 
11, 8U 
13,973 
17,583 

33,027 
16,970 
12,350 
12,170 
• 3,737 

8,179 

^;^ 

16,060 
12,079 

11,338 
14,019 
15,016 
18,960 
21,844 

15,869 
17,975 
23,880 
12,777 
11,007 

18,406 
9,852 

14,482 
5,948 
7,854 

21,489 
15,106 
10,081 
10,650 

W,645 
4,001 
18,190 
^5« 

23,620 

13,888 

11,777 

537^391 


5,791 
15.722 

■"l6,'322' 
6,227 

3,466 
13,132 
3,069 
3,401 
11,694 

10,112 
3,507 
10,862 


13.716 1 

13,884; 

13,784 

14,390 

16,142 

19,897 
29,562 
12,764 
14,670 
18,462 

28,607 
18,309 
14,234 
8,626 
8,469 

5,497 
14,420 

6049 
16,196 
10,310 

11,383 
14,035 
14,653 
19,705. 
30,205 

16,851 
18,425 
24,355 
14,306 
14,647 

15,763 
11,967 
15,046 
5,084 
7,085 

19,648 
14,745 
10,890 
11,003 

19,366 

833 

30,119 

3,341 

31,386 

15,631 

13,661 

474,903 


47.0 
58.9 
24.2 
46.1 
34.5 

34.7. 
84.1 
25,9 
36.6 
54.6 

43.9 
M.8 
61.9 
22.4 

sai 

35.5 
41.1 
86.0 
17.7 
20il 

47.2 
17.4 
17.8 
47.1 
44.0 

43.1 
21.0 
13.4 
40.4 
23.9 

67.6 
23.8 
42.9 
33.7 
40.2 

52.4 
17.0 
3&7 

6ai 

78.3 
58.1 
7Z3 
47.6 

M.1 
37.3 
89.1 


41.9 
58.5 
25.9 
43.6 
30i8 

13.6 
210 
22.5 
24.0 
44.7 

35.5 
30i3 

sao 


39.7 
55.0 

■■■4L8 
27.8 

14.8 
30i8 
19.4 
1&8 

38.8 

36.1 
16.1 
43.3 


-4.7 

-3J.1 

-3.6 

&2 

lao 

386.2 

25.3 

8.1 

6.0 

35.0 

40.5 
3L3 

a7 


loao 

4.S 

•••l4 
5,6 

-0.7 

-sa3 
izo 

39.8 
^5 

79.5 

iia7 

13.9 


-22.3 

-7.7 

S.3 

-7.7 

-6.0 

43.6 
-23.7 
-9.8 
-6.9 
-9.3 

5.0 

-a 9 

-6.S 

-9,8 

X4 

1&6 

-2.3 

-16.4 

-24.6 

-9.6 

-3.3 
-8.8 

a2 

-5.0 
-1.6 

-6.2 
-4.0 
-17.6 
-7.7 
-4.0 

-1Z3 
-7.1 
-5.8 
4.0 
-1.6 

-1.7 

-1&5 

25.8 

-5.9 

-8.0 

-36.3 

5.3 

-36.6 

-0,2 

—4.0 

13.5 

-Z6 


17.1 
-9.4 
-3.8 
-5,9 
-8.7 

a2 

-1.9 
-7.5 
-4.8 
-4.8 

15.1 

-7.3 

-13.2 

41.1 

7.7 

48.8 

-8.2 
17.1 

-as 

17.2 

-a 4 
-ai 

2.5 
-3.8 

8,1 

-5.8 
-3.4 
-ZO 

-ia7 

-219 

10,8 

-17,7 

-3.7 

17.0 

lao 

9.4 

2L4 

-3.2 

-3.2 

6.6 
397.7 
-9.6 
36.2 

lai 

-ILO 

-7.0 

11.1 


215 


^bt^tfnn ... 


10.3 


Barton 


18.7 


Bourbon... 


19.1 


Brown....... 


310 


Butler 


3ao 


dieiokee . 


88.0 




10.7 


Cloud . 


l&S 




111 


CtawfoM 


1 

i 57.3 


1>loklimn 


m 


Doudas 


316 


KUh' 


1 1X2 


'Ftoner 


3,in 

3,214 
7^650 
6,598 




45.9 

28,2 
36.6 
44.1 


4S.7 


3L3 

57.5 
17.9 
34.6 


"ias' 

19.2 


1 3.0 


Ford 




15 


FnnMin 


8,tS4 
4,695 


1 22.1 


Oeary . ..... 


15.2 


Of«e&in>od . 


las 




2,669 

7,862 
2,842 
3,273 
13,463 
19,383 

9,068 
3,546 




18.1 

4a9 
16.9 
17.9 
39.7 
47.0 

36.8 
16.6 


35.3 
ULO 
19.1 
28.0 

sao 

33L8 
14.0 


2.7 

24.4 
-4.9 

-ai 

28.6 
-12.7 

34.S 
39.6 


26.6 
-7.8 
-S.2 

6Z2 
-6.6 

ia2 

18.4 


13,7 




6,308 
3,082 
3,451 
7,682 
20,735 

8,323 
3,996 


2a3 


7aolc8on *. . ■ 


UkO 


TohnH>n 


3L0 


Labette 


2&0 




48.8 




17.6 


InPberaon 


19.3 


Mv^holl - , ,.,,,- 


2L7 


lOunl 


7,253 

3,082 

31,068 
2,545 
9,272 
3,911 
8;302 

16,364 


7,335 


36.3 
21.9 

62.8 
20l5 
39.0 
32.9 
29.6 

43.2 


33.0 

45,7 

"2L9 

32:3 


ia4 

7.6 

7.8 
12.3 

lao 

7.8 
57.0 

«1.4 


-1.1 
134.0 

■'iias' 
"""" 

74.5 


19,6 


1itto1wl< ... 


113 




13,276 


2S.1 


y^s!7Z\l'.'^v^v^v^'^'^v/ ".'.'.:: 


13.1 


Neosho 


4,308 


23.6 


Pawnee ..... 


8.3 


Ptatt 




ia6 


Bono 


9.379 


17.0 


Bine , , 


! 17.4 


BOey 


5,722 
9;688 

tt,4S0 

■■■«;684" 


3,438 
61074 

34,671 

■""a8;668' 


36.3 
47.6 

71.8 


219 
35.6 

58,0 


30.6 
55.7 

87.7 


66.4 

59.5 
lis, 6 


21.0 


aallne 

Sedgwlok 


lai 


Seward 


4,1 




mo 




09L0 


14. S 


8ao 


85.2 


g]jennan. 


2.8 




7,084 
5,912 
88,301 
2,570 


4,245 

""66,'M6' 
2,792 


22L9 
39.8 
8&3 

as 


1A.6 

"'ixi' 
ae 


a> 

33.6 
23.3 


05.7 

■■■45."8" 
-8,0 


18.1 




22.8 


Wyandotte 


93.5 


All other counties 1 


las 









> Compiisas all eountlss in which there woe no inoorporated places having 2,500 Inhabitants or more in 1920. These counties are AndersoUtBarber, (%ase, Oiautanqna, 
Chayenne, Clarlc, Oofley, Comanclw, Decatur, Doniphan, Edwards, Eilc, Ellsworth, Oove, Oraham, Orant, Oray, Oreeley, Hamilton, Haskell, Hodfnnan, Jainnon, Jewell, 
— IT, g"tn»m..v Kufwa, Lane, L4ncoln, Linn, Logan, Marlon, Meade, Morton, Nemaha, Ness, Norton, (teage. Osborne, Ottawa, PhllUpa, Pottawatomie, BawUiw, 
iUlc, Books, Rush, Russell, Scott, Sheridan, Smith, Stafford, Stanton, Stevens, Thomas, Trego, Wabaunsee, Wallace, Washington, WkaiKa, and Woodson. 



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KENTUCKY. 



The state 


013,(43 


1,783,007 


HI,44S 


1,734,4*3 


407.4** 


l,<7t,iOI 


Sit 


US 


tLS 


Ill 


U.8 


t.* 


3.3 


<it 




3,669 
10,949 

6,310 
I89U 

S,09B 

3,680 

i?:S 
4?:SS 

9806 
6,048 
6:683 


22,797 
23,089 
13,106 
10,369 
9,809 

10,386 
13,498 
36,167 
9,668 
33,309 

13,864 
18,180 
9,653 
9,146 
35.900 




26.393 
21,142 
11,603 
11,236 
9,248 

11,018 
15,398 
29 436 
10.831 
36,009 

13,273 

11616 
10,670 
8,803 
27^628 


' 


33,197 
11,539 
13,466 
8953 
91532 

11,964 
13,486 
30,683 
10,730 
2S;478 

11,669 
is; 703 
11,365 
8,686 
29 123 


10.1 
32.2 
34.3 
64.6 
310 

26.4 
79.8 
37.0 
46.6 
42.8 

17.4 
78.9 

sa? 

39.8 
2a3 










-9.9 
9.0 
14 

-7.7 
7.0 

-49 
-1&8 
-ILO 
-U.7 

-6.8 

18 
11 

-ia» 
41 


9.0 

83.2 

-13.8 

1S.5 

-3.0 

-7,0 
113 
-11 

ao 

-1.8 

-i 

-t 


47.0 


Bell 


7,305 
5,869 
12,308 
5,430 

3.015 
43,971 
9,419 
7,166 

lojou 

■■■35,699' 
10,465 
5,311 
5,916 


4,M2 
4,6(B 

9,881 
4,285 

2,556 
40,737 
7280 
6964 
13,180 

■■■26,"369' 
9,487 
2,880 
4,081 


28.7 
33.6 

31.4 
711 
34.3 
39.8 
39.0 


26.5 
25.5 
52.5 
3L0 

17.6 
7S.1 
19.2 
36.7 
311 


48.0 

7.7 
519 

22.4 
12.3 

Z9 
16.4 

8,8 


75.5 
27. 3 
23.6 
36.5 

18.0 

il 

21.4 


oao 




39.8 


Boyd 


85.3 


B^Ie 


58.3 


Catdwell 


Sl.f 




Ciirljtlan 


Clark 


30.1 


Daviess 


48.8 


TB^au 


sao 


Payette .....i. 


73.6 
40.5 
37.6 
17.6 


62.7 
45.6 


1&3 
-6.3 
13.9 
1L3 


33.1 

las 


48,8 




40.0 


PoltOQ 


47.4 


Staves 


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Tabli 60.— urban and RUBAL POPULATION OF COUNTIES: 1920, 1910, AND 1900-Continued. 

(Sm discussloa of Increase tn urban and run] population, p. 67.] 
(A mlnai itgn (— ) denotes decrease.] 



rorvunoK. 



rsB CUT or ikcbkasi or— 



Urban. 



Rmal. 



ItM 



Urban. 



Rami. 



ItM 



TTrban. 



Bnal. 



m cm m tmnurn c 



Pr ban 
poiwla tt o n . 



1M« 



ISM 



1M« 



1910 
to 

ino. 



im 

to 

itna 



Rural 
popnlatton. 



ItlO 

to 

int. 



im 

to 

U1& 



Rural 

square 
mile: 
1(30. 



KENTUCKY— Continued. 






HtodaiaoD. 
BepUBs.... 



Jeflsson.. 




UlBWl 



Wa 

Wabater 

Wbttlar 

AUoOMreoratlsa'. 



Law 

(M7 
8,8S7 
U,10t 

8, an 
ati^oas 

2,7M 
81,701 
>1,U> 

4,707 

3,1M 
M,735 
(,ai2 
8,238 
8,107 

S,7«8 
8,885 
8,108 
1,848 
1,873 

8,808 
8,780 

r^i 

8,838 
4,U1 
>«,217 



81,787 

in Ml 
1^410 
88,461 

44,801 
9,418 
11,780 
83,888 

30,809 
13,611 

30,<aa 

13,388 
11,8(8 

11,080 
8,380 
80,346 
31,894 
3o!838 

11,416 
14,773 
7,90a 

uisat 

31,230 

16,011 

36,683 

1,00,818 



3,803 
11,463 
8,897 

328,928 

3,936 

67,438 

>864 



3.111 
22,780 
6,340 
3,077 
8,1U 

8,147 
8,883 

3;64e 



4,491 

4,833 
8,413 
8,088 
3,738 

9,173 



■1,736 



33,808 
10,688 
13,370 
17,900 
36,394 

38,992 
9,878 
13,923 
31,363 
10,838 

a,888 
1%804 
31,811 
13,368 
13,470 

10.916 
8,938 
28,068 
11,366 

81,496 

13,433 
14,819 
8,897 
17,161 

31,408 

30,974 

80,347 

1,0U,616 



3,267 
10,273 
6,840 

304,731 

"46,'J73' 



3,691 
19,448 
4,663 
8,043 
8,423 

3,876 
8,661 



3,384 

3,833 
8,018 



8,238 



32,937 
9,888 
U,818 
33,636 
34,366 

27,818 
11,936 
17,319 
17,873 
9,173 

33,408 
9,387 
30,964 
13,347 
14,008 

11,660 
9,378 

30,741 
8,278 

27,009 

14,363 
U,334 

2l',338 

31,744 

30,097 

36,016 

977,314 



10.4 
8.4 

34.4 
44.1 

33.4 

84.6 
23.8 
84.0 
4.9 
19.2 

13.2 
86.4 
31.4 
30k9 
84.4 

26.4 
32.8 
9.3 
18.7 
13.7 

86.6 

30.3 
88.8 

14.7 

31.3 
30iO 
8.0 



31.4 

39.0 
36.9 

86.2 

33.3 

81.6 

3.9 



13.5 
84.9 
19.8 
18.8 
18.0 

3X4 

30.8 

8.9 



13.6 

38.7 
18:9 

aa.7 

13..7 
MO 



17.6 
31.3 
31.4 

88.0 



73.8 



lao 

67.7 
18.3 
18.7 
31.4 

19.9 
37.7 



laa 



3LI 
18.4 



37.4 



7.0 
8.8 

-3.4 

8.1 

-6.1 

7.4 

89.3 



0k4 
8.7 
5.3 

5.3 

-aa 

19.8 

1.6 

211 



4.0 
-13.9 

ia3 

8.0 
-3.7 

6.1 



10.6 
11.6 
34.0 

9.4 



34.1 



30.1 
17.0 
14.8 
1.1 
-^4 

9.4 

ia4 



32.7 

18.8 
13.1 



11.5 



-4.1 

173.6 

-10.0 

-13.7 

0.3 

13.6 

-8.7 

-9.1 

8.1 

86.0 

-6.3 
1.7 
-4.4 
-7.8 
-8.8 

1.0 
-7.7 
18.1 
02.7 

-8.8 

-8.1 

1.0 

-4.8 

-las 
-as 

-20.8 

-16.6 

8.8 



-1.1 

7.4 

-13.3 

-20l9 

4.3 

4a3 

-18.8 

-26.4 

314 

16.8 

-6.6 
316 

8.1 



-W. 



i.l 

-S.6 

-3.6 
36.8 
88.0 
118 

-118 
-4.6 

-n.8 

-19.6 

-1.6 
4.4 
30l9 
8.7 



36.9 
6a6 
38.4 
35.6 
48.8 

114.6 
64.8 
711 
84.8 
66.7 

31.9 
613 
46.3 
36.6 
61.8 

43.8 
41.7 
84.1 
64.8 
46.7 

39.6 
34.6 
37.0 
47.4 

48lO 
48.3 
67.8 
41.8 



I Population of part of CarUn dtj (see Table 61, p. 238). 

> Lieas tban <n»-tenth of 1 per oent. 

> Oomprlataall oeonUss in wbicb there ware no Inoorponted piaoea bavlng 1600 inhabitants or more In 1930. 



Tiuae ooonties are Adair, Alhn, Andersoo, Ballard, Batk, 



TitiMom, Uvlnfstan, Lvod, MoCreary, UcLean, Magoffin, Marshall, Martin, Meade, Menilee, MetcaUe, Mooioe, Morgan, Nelsoo, Nicholas, Ohio, Oldl 
PauUetoD, Pike, Powdl, Robtrtsoo, Bookoastle, Rowan, Russell, Bpeuoer, Taylor, Todd, Trigg, Trimble, Washington, Wayne, Wolfe, and Woodford. 



IK)IJI8IANA.> 



The aUta. 



Aeadla. 
Allen... 



Beauregard.. 
Cbddo; 



Cklcaalaa 

Oaibome 

DeSoto 

Beat Baton Bonge.. 
Iberia 



IberTilla.. 



Jeffle rson P aTla. 
Lahyette. . . . . . . 

Latonrdw 



Nat^toobea. 

Otieaas. 

Ooadiita 



8t.T 

Bt.Mvy 

Bt. Tammany. 



Tangjtwthna. 
Tcrreooims.. 



VemjMon. 

VttDOB. 



Wishington. 



Wfeu... 
AUotberparWMa'. 



1.183 1,171,346 I 488,616 1,198,871 



8,828 
4,018 
3,746 
6,498 
43,874 

13,088 
8,305 
3,684 

31,783 
8,790 

4,883 
7,197 
3,8M 
7,856 
3,828 

8,389 

3,388 

887,319 

13,876 

17,610 
7,700 

11,471 
5,900 

6,014 
6,180 
3,461 
3,618 

8,346 
6,105 
2,975 



26,992 
14,886 
18,410 
14,309 
39,891 

19,719 
24.680 
26,813 
33,731 
U,066 

31, na 

14,166 
16,176 
31,988 
36,818 

13,673 
36,314 



17,644 

41,834 
48,988 
19,383 
14,746 

24,636 
21,814 
23,081 
17,975 

15,919 

18,6(B 

U,144 

633,110 



6,099 



4,090 
'3S,'6i6 
16,374 



14,897 
7,499 

4,965 



6,393 
3,834 

3,377 

3,633 

330,076 

10,300 

11,313 
4^633 

13,332 
3,601 

6,561 
6,024 
3,907 



3,003 
3,936 



36,748 

'ii'.Hi 



30,185 

47,393 
26,060 
27,689 
19,683 
33,763 

35,999 
18,317 



32,341 
19,287 

16,108 
33,923 



16,631 

33,332 
68,(188 
87,080 
16,316 

21,609 
23,296 
33,483 
17,384 

U,886 

16,184 

16,433 

603,043 



381,118 



1,016,337 



4,314 



4,106 

'10.013 

6,680 



3,580 



3,314 
3,363 



387,104 
6,438 

5,648 
3,961 
3893 



8,313 



19,369 



30,087 



38,486 

33,748 
33,039 
36,063 
19.884 
31,300 

38,416 

u,3n 



»,511 
16,019 

15,898 
83,216 



16.619 

83,930 
49,966 
31,493 
13,336 

17,626 
21,2(3 

30,706 
10,317 

9,638 

16.126 

9,648 

462,138 



34.9 



36.4 
3L8 
18.9 
3L3 
617 

39.9 
11.9 
8.7 
48L9 
317 

17.3 
314 
30.1 
39^6 
U.8 

3ai0 
8.8 

100.0 
41.8 

316 
14,9 
37.3 
38.6 

210 
111 
111 
118 

34.1 
24.7 
18.6 



30.8 



16.0 

if.i 



48.1 
315 



43.1 
34.0 



16.0 



23.2 
11.6 

113 
8.9 

loao 

39.6 

36.3 
8.9 
3L3 

a7 
ne 

17.7 
ILO 



1&6 

16.9 



886 

17.9 



17.0 

sio 

310 



36.2 
23.6 



113 



14.6 
1L3 



loao 

219 

14.3 
6.8 
7.9 



13.1 



-14 

■«.'6 
-14.9 



46.2 
17.3 



-6.6 



23.9 
-7.8 

0.4 
318 
14.3 
34.3 

(6.3 
68.8 
-7.0 
136.8 

6.6 
17 
19.1 



1014 
1.7 



36.6 I 



0.8 



21.0 



-a 4 
"716 
iiai 



812 

10.0 



310 



919 
17.8 



111 

88,1 

916 

(6.7 

3611 



66.4 



-18 
■-7.0 



80.6 

-514 

-L9 
-12 

16.6 
-24.0 

-14.7 
-21.3 



19 
-14 



-lai 

18 



13.0 

38.8 
-39.1 

-317 
-16 

8.6 
-8.4 
-10 

14 

-16.7 

14.9 

-14.8 

4.0 



14.8 



318 



-L3 



6.0 

99.6 

18 

116 

-1.0 

7.0 

ILO 
III 



146 
148 



-6.0 
11 



17 

-L8 

84.3 

-14.0 

314 

313 

16 

114 

613 

96.2 
7.0 

eao 

11.3 



18.8 , 

40.2 
21.7 
83.3 
13.3 
44.8 

112 
81.6 
30.7 
60.0 
30.7 

38.0 
316 
20.8 
82.4 
87.0 

18.8 

37.3 



27.5 

10.6 
64.0 
80.6 
16.3 

3L0 
114 
19.0 
111 

313 
3a6 
116 
214 



> Divlslans of state dealgnated as parishes. 
_ ' Comprises aUparlshea in which there were no Inoorponted places having 2,500 inhabitants or more io 1920. Theae parishes are Assoinptlon, Avoy^es, Bienville, 
B«stsr.Oaldwea,Qune(on, Catahoula. Conooidia, East CarroU, East FoUclana. Evangeline, Franklin, Grant, Jackson, LaSaUe, UvlnetonTBadison, Morrtiouse, Flaqoe- 
mlnes._Polnte Coupee, Red River, Ridiland, SaUae, St. Beraaid, St. Chailea, Bt. Helena, St. James, St. John the B^ttlit, St. UartinTTeasaa, Union, Weet Baton Rouge, 
West CarroU, and Wast Nioiana. 



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POPULATION. 



T4BL« 50.— URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION OF COUNTIES: 1920, 1910, AND 1900-Oontinu«d. 

(See discussioD of increase in urban and rural population, p. 57 .J 
(A minus aign (— } denotes decrease.] 





FOPUUnON. 








not CENT or mcBBASB m— 






IMO 


IMO 


IM* 


TOTAL rOPULAIlDR. 


Urban 
populatlco. 


Bnral 
popoJation. 


, square 




VTbaD. 


RuraL 


Urban. 


BuraL 


UrtMB. 


RuraL 


19M 


IMO 


1900 


1910 

to 

uaoL 


1900 

to 

1910i 


1910 

to 
1930. 


1900 

to 

lOia 


mllR 
1920. 



MAINE. 



The state 


t9>,l«9 


468, 446 


att,MS 


180,113 


111,817 


«i,m 


31.0 


11.3 


11.8 


14.1 


11.1 


-1.4 


4.0 


U.T 








48,776 
3,462 

93,783 
3,068 

35,704 

8,109 
7,016 
38,998 
14,731 
5,476 

5,063 
10,678 
24,826 


17,030 
78,276 
30,613 
27,308 
28, MO 

18,136 
30,884 
48,686 
8,300 
31,606 

16,245 
31.131 
45,871 
56,356 


41,311 
3,938 

79,664 
3,849 

33,844 

8,174 
6,427 
36,787 
9,396 
2,801 

4,618 
11,077 
23,662 


18,511 
71,726 
32,350 
32,026 
30,019 

20,807 
30,829 
48,408 
9,178 
33,500 

18,765 
31,828 
44,864 
57,322 


36,712 


17,530 
60,744 
31,764 
32,944 

29,742 

23,256 
29,643 
43,798 
9,853 
33,849 

19,870 
33,966 
42,618 
55,063 


74.1 
4.3 
75.4 
10.1 
65.9 

3a9 
18.6 
44.6 
64.0 

14.7 

23.8 

.35.4 

35.1 


69. r 

3.9 
71.1 

lao 

52.2 

18.2 
16.0 
43.1 
80l6 

7.7 

19.7 
36.8 
34.5 


«7.7 

'"ii'i' 

11.5 

49.7 

26L8 
8.0 
42.6 
51.6 

19.1 
28.7 
34.3 


18.1 
17.5 
17.7 
-18.8 
8.7 

-a8 

29.3 

6.0 

56.8 

96.5 

10.1 

-4.5 

4.9 


12.5 

"'ii'h' 

-17.4 
U.8 

0.3 
109.1 
13.4 

-las 

0.1 

-14.6 

6.3 


-8.1 

9.1 

-5.4 

-14.7 
-6.3 

-12.8 

-as 

0.4 
-9.7 
-5 4 

-13.4 

-12 

2.2 

-1.5 


5.6 

18.1 

1.8 

-2.8 

ao 

-6.5 

4.0 

10.7 

-6.9 

-i;o 

-4.1 

-1.4 

5.3 

3.9 


12.1 






68,925 

4,297 

29,375 

8,150 

2,505 

32,448 

10,477 


3&9 




17. » 


Eenncboc^ . 


33.0 




61.7 


Oxford .-•.-• 


15.5 


Penobscot... - 


14.9 




33.3 


anmnrRflt 


8.7 


'Vfaldo 


4,615 
13,966 
22,267 


22.4 
12.1 
4&.i 


Wwbington...„ ,~ 

York 




9.4 





















1 Comprises all ooontiee In irhich there were no incorpa»tad places baving 2,500 inhabitants or more in 1980. 

MABYLAND. 



These counties are FranUta, Lincoln, and Piscataquis. 





M,41S 


610.131 


618,111 


687, 114 


m,iM 


8(6,138 : 


10.0 


10.8 


«.. 


31.1 


US 


-8.1 


(.8 


60.6 






AUccanT 


39,831 

11,214 

733,836 

3,521 

2;660 

7,467 
14,971 
4,377 
2587 
2;846 

2,998 
4,116 
3,442 
28,064 
7:663 


30,107 
32,194 

"'30,' 724' 
30,962 

20,428 
37,570 
24,914 
12,489 
32,076 

40,349 
20,486 
14,864 
31 630 
20,612 
210,844