The Seventh Census of the United States, 1850

The Seventh Census of the United States, 1850

Embracing A Statistical View of Each of the States and Territories, Arranged by Counties Towns, Etc., Under the Following Divisions: 1. Populations by Counties-classification of Ages and Color-aggregates; 2. Population by Subdivisions of Counties; 3. Nativities of the Populations; 4. Births, Marriages, Deaths, Dwellings, and Families; 5. Progress of the Populations; 6. Deaf and Dumb, Blind, Insane, and Idiotic; 7. Colleges, Academies, Schools, &c; 8. Attending School, During Year, as Returned by Families; 9. Adults in the State Who Cannot Read and Write; 10. Professions, Occupations, and Trades of the Male Population; 11. Agriculture-farms and Implements, Stock Products, Home Manufactures, &c.; 12. Newspapers and Periodicals; 13. Libraries Other Than Private; 14. Churches, Church Property, &c., With An Introduction, Embracing the Aggregate Tables for the United States Compared With Every Previous Census Since 1790-schedules and Laws of Congress Relating to the Census in the Same Period--ratio Tables of Increase and Decrease of Cities and States, Etc., by Sex and Ages, and Color--table of Population of Every County, Town, Township, Etc., in the United States, Alphabetically Arranged--together With Some Explanato

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Publisher: Washington : Robert Armstrong, Public Printer, 1853
Branch Call Number: 317.3 1850
Characteristics: 1022 p. ; 32 cm

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