A century of population growth, from the first census of the United States to the twelfth, 1790-1900

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Genealogical Pub. Co., 1989 - Reference - 303 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
THE UNITED STATES IN 1790
16
THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES
42
AREA AND TOTAL POPULATION
51
POPULATION OF COUNTIES AND THEIR SUBDIVISIONS
60
WHITE AND NEGRO POPULATION
80
SEX AND AGE OF THE WHITE POPULATION
93
PROPORTION OF CHILDREN IN WHITE POPULATION
103
A general account of the number of inhabitants of the several towns in the province of New Hampshire as appears
149
Census of 1754
156
A list of the number of freemen and militia with the servants white and black in the respective towns as also
162
1698
170
White and slave population of New York in certain age groups by sex according to the partial census of 1712
181
1790
188
White and colored population of each county reported in 1790 compared with that of the same area in 1900 together
201
White population classified by sex and age of each state and territory reported in 1790 compared with that of the same
208

SURNAMES OF THE WHITE POPULATION IN 1790
111
INTERSTATE MIGRATION
125
FOREIGN BORN POPULATION
128
OCCUPATIONS AND WEALTH
142
White and colored population of the area covered by the enumeration of 1790 and of the added area in 1820 1850 1880
223
1790
271
1790
293
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