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THIRTEENTH CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES

TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1910



VOLUME III



POPULATION



1910



REPORTS BY STATES, WITH STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES, CITIES

AND OTHER CIVIL DIVISIONS



NEBRASKA-WYOMING
ALASKA, HAWAII, AND PORTO RICO



PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF WILLIAM C. HUNT

CHIEF STATISTICIAN FOR POPULATION




WASHINGTON

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1913



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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS



E. DANA DURAND, DIRECTOR

Appointed June 16, 1909; ResigkcdJune 30, 1913



WM. J. HARRIS, Director

Appoihted July 1, 1913



THIRTEENTH CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES

TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1910



VOLUME III



POPULATION



1910



REPORTS BY STATES, WITH STATISTICS FOR COUNTIES, CITIES

AND OTHER CIVIL DIVISIONS



NEBRASKA-WYOMING
ALASKA, HAWAII, AND PORTO RICO



PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF WILLIAM C. HUNT

CHIEF STATISTICIAN FOR POPULATION




WASHINGTON

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

1913



REPORTS OF THE THIRTEENTH CENSUS.



Department of Commerce

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

WASHINGTON



ANNOUNCEMENT CONCERNING THIRTEENTH CENSUS REPORTS.

September 11, 1913.

Of the final census reports listed on page 3, Volumes II, VI, VII, VIII, and IX have thus far been issued.

The volumes numbered I to XI, constituting the complete reports of the census, are being issued in a
very limited edition, intended chiefly for libraries, institutions, and special students of statistics.

A condensed report, entitled Abstract of the Census, has been printed in a much larger edition, intended
for more general distribution, and prepared in such a way as to meet the need of most persons desiring
information concerning the results of the census. It contains in tabular form all important census statistics for
the United States as a whole and for each state and principal city, together with a brief text explaining the
figures and their meaning. The Abstract therefore is a condensation of the complete census reports, both tables
and text, and not merely a compilation of tables.

The Abstract is issued in special editions for each of the several states, each edition containrng a
supplement giving the detailed statistics for counties, cities, and other civil divisions of the state to which
it relates, designed to meet the needs of persons resident in that state or especially interested in it. The
supplement contains also both tables and text.

As a compact reference work of general and local interest the Abstract is more convenient for most
persons than the voluminous final reports.



REPORTS OF THE THIRTEENTH CENSUS.



POPULATION:

Volume I. — General Report and Analysis.

Volume II. — Reports by States, with Statistics for Counties, Cities, and other

Civil Divisions — Alabama to Montana.
Volume III. — Reports by States, with Statistics for Counties, Cities, and other

Civil Divisions — Nebraska to Wyoming; Alaska, Hawaii, and

Porto Rico.
Volume IV. — OCCUPATION Statistics.

AGRICULTURE:

Volume V. — GENERAL Report and Analysis.

volume vi. — reports by states, with statistics for counties — alabama to

Montana.
volume vii. — reports by states, with statistics for counties — nebraska to

wyoming; alaska, hawaii, and porto rico.

MANUFACTURES:

Volume VIII. — GENERAL REPORT and Analysis.

Volume IX. — Reports by States, with Statistics for Principal Cities.

Volume X. — Reports for Principal Industries.

MINING:

Volume XI. — Mines and Quarries.



ABSTRACT OF THE THIRTEENTH CENSUS.



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CONTENTS.



Page.

Repokts op the Thirteenth Censtjs 3

Letter of Transmittal 9

Map op the United States facing. . 9

Map Showing Per Cent op Increase in Total Population, by States : 1900-1910 13

Map Showing Population Per Square Mile, by States : 1910 13

Map Showing Percentage op Foreign-Born Whites in the Total Population : 1910 15

Map Showing Percentage op Native Whites op Foreign or Mixed Parentage in the Total Population: 1910 15



NEBRASKA.

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS. p^

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 17

Maps 22,23

Geneeai. Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 190O, and 1890 24

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 39

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 43

Maps 72

General Tables.

I. Composition and ctiaracteristics, for the state and for counties 50

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 68

III. Composition and characteristics of the population of Grand Island 69

IV. Composition and characteristics, for places of2,500to 10,000 70

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of Omaha 71

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 71

NEVADA

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 73

Maps 76,77

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 78

2. Population of mcorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 80

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 81

Maps 87

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 88

II. Composition and characteristics of the population of Reno 92

III. Composition and characteristics of the population of Sparks 92

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., of counties 93

NEW HAMPSHIBE

Chapter l.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 95

Maps 99

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 100

2. Population of all cities, of towns having, in 1910, 2,500 inhabitants or more,

and of all incorporated Tillages: 1910, 1900,and]890 101

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 103

Maps 109

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 110

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 112

m. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 113

IV. Composition and characteristics, for cities and towns of 2,500 to 10,000 . . 114
V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of Manchester 115



NEW JERSEY

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Page.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 117

Maps 122,123

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 124

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 129

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 131

Maps 155

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 140

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 144

III. Composition and characteristics, for places of 10,000 to 25,000 146

IV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 148

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of cities of 50,000 or more 150

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 154

NEW MEXICO

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 167

Maps 161, 162

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 163

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 168

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 169

Maps 175

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 176

II. Composition and characteristics of the population of Albuquerque 182

III. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 183

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 183

NEW YORK

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 185

Maps 192,193

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 194

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 207

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 211

Maps 225

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for coimties 226

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 238

III. Composition and characteristics, for places of 10,000 to 25,000 244

IV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 247

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards (or assembly districts) of

cities of 60,000 or more 251

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 264

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CONTENTS.



NORTH CAROIilNA

Chapteb 1.— number of INHABITANTS. p^^^

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 265

Maps 2™,27I

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 272

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 2!:4

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 287

Map 283

Genesal Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 294

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 312

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 313

IV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 314

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 315

NORTH DAKOTA

Chapter l.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 317

Maps 321,322

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 323

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 338

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 341

Maps 347

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 348

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 or more 358

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 2,600 to 10,000 359

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., of counties SiiO

OHIO

CHAPTER 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 361

Maps 366, 367

General Tables.

1 . Population of mmor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 308

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 387

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 393

Maps 431

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for coimties 402

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 418

in. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 420

rV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 422

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of cities of 60,000 or more 425

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., of incorporated places 430

OBXAHOMA

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 433

Maps 438,439

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1907, 1900, and 1890 440

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1907, 1900, and 1890 456

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and anaJytical text and tables 459

Map 405

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 466

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 4S0

III. Composition and cliaracteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 481

rV. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 2,600 to 10,000 482

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of Oklahoma City 483

Notes regarding changes In boundaries, etc 484



OREGON

Chapter l.-NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 486

Maps «0.491

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 492

2. Population of uicorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 501

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 503

Maps 524

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 512

II. Composition and characteristics of the population of Portland 520

III. Composition and characteristics of the population of Salem 521

rv. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 522

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of Portland 523

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 523

PENNSYLVANIA

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 525

Maps 531, 532

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 533

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 564

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 661

Maps 571

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for comities 572

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities and boroughs of 25,000 or more. 586

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities and boroughs of 10,000 to 26,000. 590

rv. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 594

v. Composition and characteristics, for wards of cities of 50,000 or more 602

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc., of incorporated places 612

RHODE ISLAND

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 613

Maps 617

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 618

2. Population of all cities, and of towns having, in 1910, 2,500 inhabitants or

more: 1910, 1900, and 1890 618

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 619

Maps 633

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for coimties 626

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 628

HI. Composition and characteristics, for cities and towns of 10,000 to 25,000. . 630

rv. Composition and characteristics, for towns of 2,500 to 10,000 631

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of cities of 50,000 or more 632

SOUTH CAROLINA

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 635

Maps 640,641

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 642

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 649

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 661

Map 667

General Tables.

I . Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 658

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 666

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 667

IV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 668

V. Compositionandcharaoteristies,forwardsofCharl6ston 669

Notes regarding changes In boundaries, etc., of counties egg



CONTENTS.



SOtTTH DAKOTA

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Page.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 671

Maps 675,675

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1S90 677

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 690

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 693

Maps 699

General Tables.

1 I. Composition and characteristics, for tlie state and for counties 700

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 714

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 2.500 to 10,000 714

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc ., of counties 715

TENNESSEE

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 717

Maps 722,723

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 724

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 735

CH.VPTEK 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 737

Map 767

CtENER.iL Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 744

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 762

III. Composition and characteristics, for places of 10,000 to 25,000 763

IV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 764

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of cities of 50,000 or mors 765

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 767

TEXAS

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 769

Maps 774,775,776,777

General Tables.

1. Population of mmor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 778

2. Population of Incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 79»

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 797

Map 861

General Tables.

.' I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 804

n. Composition and cliaracteristlcs, for cities of 25,000 or more 862

in. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 26,000 854

IV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 855

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of cities of 50,000 or more 858

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 860

TJTAH

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 863

Maps 8CT-868

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 869

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 873

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 875

Maps *^1

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties .' 882

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 888

III. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 889

IV. Composition and characteristics, tor wards of Salt Lake City 890

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 890



VERMONT

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Page.

Explanatory and analytical text and fables 891

Maps 895

General Tables.

1 . Population of minor civil divisions: 1910. 1900, and 1890 896

2. Population of all cities, of towns having, in 1910, 2,600 inbabitants or more,

and of all incorporated villages: 1910, 1900, and 1 890 898

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 899

Maps 911

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 904

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 or more 908

III. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 909

VIRGINIA

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 913

Maps 918, 919

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 920

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 927

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 929

Map 967

General Tables.
I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties and inde-
pendent cities 936

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 962

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 964

rV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 965

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of cities of 60,000 or more 965

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 967

WASHINGTON

Chapter 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 969

Maps 973,974

General Tables.

1. Population of mmor civil di-visions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 975

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 986

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 987

Maps 1009

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 996

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 1004

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 1005

IV. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 1006

V . Composition and characteristics, for wards of cities of 50,000 or more 1007

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 1008

WEST VIRGINIA

Chapter l.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 1011

Maps 1016,1017

General Tables.

1. Population of minor civU divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 1018

2. Population of incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 1023

Chapter 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 1025

Map 1031

General Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 1032

II. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 1042

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 1043

IV . Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 1044

Notes regarding changes in boundaries, etc 1045



CONTENTS.



WISCONSIN

Chaptee 1.— number of INHABITANTS.

Page.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 1047

Maps 1052,1053

Geneeal Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 1054

2. Population o/ incorporated places: 1910,. 1900, and 1890 1069

Chaptee 2.— composition AND CHARACTERISTICS OP
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 1073

Maps 1081

Geneeai, Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and lor coimties 1082

n. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 25,000 or more 1096

III. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 10,000 to 25,000 1098

IV. Composition and characteristics, for cities of 2,600 to 10,000 1099

V. Composition and characteristics, for wards of Milwaukee 1101

Notes regarding changes in boimdaries, etc 1102

WYOMING

Chaptee 1.— NUMBER OF INHABITANTS.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 1103

Maps 1107,1108

Geneeal Tables.

1. Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 1109

2. Population of Incorporated places: 1910, 1900, and 1890 1111

Chaptee 2.— COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE POPULATION.

Explanatory and analytical text and tables 1113

Maps 1119

Geneeal Tables.

I. Composition and characteristics, for the state and for counties 1120

II. Composition and characteristics of the population of Cheyenne 1124

III. Composition and characteristics, for places of 2,500 to 10,000 1124

Notos regarding changes in boundaries, etc., of counties 1123

ALASKA

NUMBER OF INHABITANTS AND COMPOSITION AND CHARAC-
TERISTICS OF THE POPULATION.

Introduction 1127

Total population, increase, and distribution 1133

Color or race, nativity, parentage, and sex 1135

Age distribution and marital condition 1138

Place of birth and year of immigration 1145

Males of voting and militia ages 1146

School attendance, illiteracy, and inability to speak English 1140

Dwellings and families 1151

Map 1132

Peincipal Tables.

Population of minor civil divisions: 1910, 1900, and 1890 1133

Population of incorporated towns: 1910, 1900, and 1890 1135



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