Historical statistics of the states of the United States: two centuries of the census, 1790-1990
This volume is a census-focused compilation of state-level population, agriculture, and manufacturing data for the fifty states and the District of Columbia. It also includes population figures for the largest 1990 cities from 1790 to 1990. Thus it fills a gap in the historical statistics provided by the government publication, Historical Statistics of the United States (1975), which provides national statistics, and the county-level data compiled by the Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research. In addition to the statistical tables, the volume includes a glossary explaining the different definitions used by the Census Bureau.
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acreage grown Acres improved land Alaska Average acreage Average number Average value Black in total Black population Compiler added compiler from data computed by compiler cropland harvested data represents expenditures different from percentage employment change 1958 endnotes for source establishments canvassed annually expenditures at operating Farms operated farms1 Glossary of Terms harvested from acreage hay crops increase in cropland increase in number Increase in population increase of improved increase of land increase over preceding index of employment land in farms livestock on farms livestock per farm number of farms number of wage Percent of total Percent urban increase Percentage computed Percentage increase population over preceding preceding census17 Production of corn Production of cotton Production of hay Production of soybeans Production of wheat source of data square mile total number total population17 total production total value U.S. Bureau Value of farms value of livestock value per farm white population