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2,679,186


181,670


f.O


427.480


16.0


7


6


243.329


142.924


132,724


54.5


100.406


70.8


40


43


1,066.300


1,062.666


125.9i4


11.8


8.644


0.8


29


27


42:385


47,855


89.540


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tlO.6


49


49


411.688


876,630


18.9M


4.6


35,058


9.8


89


27


1.883.669


1.144.983


663.498


34 7


458.736


80.4


11


M


196.310


160.282


131,991


67.6


85,028


21.9


44


44


7.268.894


6.008.174


1.844.720


25.4


1.265.720


21.1


1


1


1.893.810


1.617.949


812.477


16.6


275.861


17.1


16


16


819.146


190.982


267,910


80.8


128.163


67.1


87


40


4.157.546


3.672.329


60^.576


14.7


485.216


13.2


4


4


790.S91


258.657


866,764


109.7


631.734


206.6


23


20


413.536


317.704


259.229


62.7


96.832


80.2


85


36


6.302,116


5.268.118


1,302.996


21.6


1.044.002


19.9


2


2


428.656


846.506


114.054


26.6


83.060


24.0


38


36


1.340.316


1.151,149


175.084


18.1


189.167


16.4


26


24


401.670


348.600


182.318


46.4


52.97>


15.3


36


ZA


2.020.616


1.767.518


164.173


8.1


2.'a.098


14.3


17


14


8.«M8.710


2.285.527


847.832


27.8


813.183


36.4


6


6


276.749


210.779


96.602


34.9


66.970


81.8


41


42


343.641


332.422


12.315


3.6


11.219


3.4


42


39


1,864.184


1.656.980


207.428


11.2


198.204


12.0


20


17


51S.103


857.232


(5r3.887


120.4


160,871


45.0


80


84


958.800


762.794


262.319


27.4


196.006


25.7


28


28


2.069.042


1.693.330


264,818


12.8


375.712


22.2


18


13


92.531


62.553


53,434


57.7


29.976


47.9


48


48


75.994.576


62.947,714


15.947.691


21.0


13.046.861


20.7






(,3,692


.12.052


764


1.3


31.540


98.4






ir.4.00l


89.990


17. 90S


24.6


64.011


71.1






t9r.3.769




164.7f9


17.3











JTotal UnUo.l tts\\<^
•l)<'i-n».»Ko.



?3. 346,543 77.165.937 €3.069,756 16.151. -.32 20.9 13.142.412 22.7

tin 1899. IDoes not include Holdlers and sailors stationed abroad.



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OHIOAQO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR-BOOK FOR 1013.



91



INDIAN RESERVATIONS AND POPULATION.



Popn-

State. Acres. lation.

ArUona 19,288.177 39.216

CalifornU 364.743 16.369

Colorado 483,910 841

Florida 446

Idaho 4S1.518 3.791

Iowa 3.251 369

Kansas 1.364 1.309

Michigan 923 7.520

Minnesota 582,671 10,711



State. Acres.

Montana 5.555.582

Nebraska 5.140

Nevada 686.766

Now Mexico 1.866.840

New York 87.677

North CaroHna.. 63.211

North Dakota.... 3.701,724

Oklahoma 3.191.752

Oregon 1.212.545



Poim-
lation.






Popn-
latloQ.


State.


Acres.


10.814


South Dakota..


.. 2.200,674


20,352


3.809


Texas




705


5.246


llah


. . 179.194


1.307


20.909


Washington ...


.. 2.367,420


10.997


5.436


WlsoonHlii


304.309


11,428


2.015


Wyoming


93,307


1,692


8.2o3


Mbcellaneous .




728


117.247









6,403


Total


..40,262,095


307.918



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR-BOOK FOB 1913.



POPULATION OP THE UNITED STATES AT EACH CENSUS (1790-1840).
[From the reports of the saperintendenta of the oenias.]



POPULATION OF HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.

Island. 1910. 1900. 1890.

The territory 191.909 IM.OOl 89.990

Kaaai and Niihaa itilaoda 23.962 20.734 11.869

Oiilia iHlaid (including Hono-

luln district) 82.028 68.504 81.194

Hawaii Island 66.882 46.843 26.754

Kalawao Island 785 1.777

Kahoolawo. Lanai. Maul and

Molokal Islands 29.762 26.748



PORTO RICO POPULATION STATISTICS.

1910. 1899.

Territory of Porto Rico 1,1 IK. 012 953. 24J

.San Joan city 48.716 32.04;.

Ponce city 86.027 27,962

Maya^icx city 16.591 16.187

Caguas city 10,854 6.460

ArecllJO city 9.612 8.008

Quayama city 8,321 6,334



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR-BOOK FOR 1913.



03



DISTRIBUTION BY OBOGRAPHIQ DIVISIONS.



Per cent of total population of continental United
States in each of the nine geographic divlaious:

Division. 1910. 1900. 1890. 1850.

New England 7.4 7.4 7.6 11.8

Middle Atlantic 21.0 20.3 20.2 25.4

Bast North Central 19.8 21.0 21.4 19.5

West North Central 12.7 13.6 14.2 3.8



Division.



1910. 1900. 1890. 1850.



South Atlantic 13.3 13.7

East South Central 9.1 9.9

West South Central 9.6 8.6

Mountain 2.9 2.2

Pacific 4.6 3.2

United States loo.O luo.o loo.o



14.1


20.2


10.2


14.'.


7.5


4.1


1.9


0.3


3.0


0.5



State. Male. Female.

Alabama 1,074.209 1,063.884

Arizona 118.582 85.772

Arkansas 810.025 764,424

Calirornla 1.322.973 1.054,576

Colorado 430.697 368.327

Connecticut ... 563.641 651,115

Delaware 103.435 98.887

Dl8t. Columbia. 158.050 173.019

Florida 394,166 358,453

Georgia 1,805.019 1,304.102

Idaho 185.546 140.048

lUlnois 2,911,653 2.726.938

Indiana 1.383.299 1,317.577

Iowa 1,148.171 1.076.600

Kansas 885.912 805,037

Kentucky 1.161.709 1,128.196

Louisiana 835.275 821.113

Maine 377.053 365.318

Maryland 644.225 651,121

Massachusetts. 1.655.226 1,711.190

Michigan 1.454.534 1.366,639



POPULATION BY SEX (1910).

State. Male. Female.

Minnesota 1,108.511 967.197

Mississippi .... 905.761 891.353

MlHSourl 1.687.838 1.605.497

Montana 226,866 149.187

Nebraska 627.782 664,432

Nevada 52.651 29.324

New Hampshire 216.290 214.282

New Jersey.... 1.286.463 1,260.704

New Mexico... 175.245 152,056

New York 4.584.581 4.629.033

Nurth Carolina 1,098.471 1.107.816

North Dakota.. 317.564 269.502

Ohio 2.434.766 2,332.356

Oklahoma 881.573 775.582

OreKon 384.255 288.610

Pennsylvania.. 3.942.137 3,722.974

Rhode Island 270.261 272.251

South Carolina 751.842 763.558

South Dakota.. 317,101 266,787

Tennessee 1.103,491 1.081.298

Texas 2.017.612 1,878,930



State.

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington ...
West Virginia.

WiseonHln

Wyoming



Male.

196,857
182.568

1,035.348
658.650
644.044

1,208.541
91,666



Femal''.
176,41(4
173.388

1.026.264
483.340
677.075

1.125.319
64.299



ToUl 47.332.122 44,640.144

BT QIOO&APBIO DITI8I0NB.

New England. . . .8.265,187 8.287.544

Middle Atlantic. 9.813.181 9.502.711

East North Oent.9.393.792 8.857.829

West North Gent.6.092. 869 5.545.052

South Atlantic. 6.134.600 6.060.295

East South Cent.4,245.170 4.164.731

West South Oent.4.544,486 4,240.049

Mountain 1,478.010 1.155.507

Pacific 2.366.878 1.826.426



1910.
.18,211.731



Native white-
Native parentage.
Foreign or mixed par-
entage 4.498.966

Foreign bom white 6.646.606

Naturalised 8.035.333

First papers taken out 570.588

Alien 2,266.121

Cnknowo 776.564



MALES OF VOiaNG AGE (21 YEARS AND OVER).
[From report of federal census bureaa, 1912.]
Per cent.



1900. 1910. 1900.
10.669,743 48.9 60.0



3.444.684

4.904.270

2.845,473

411.898

914.917

731,982



16.7
24.6
46.7
8.6
34.1
11.7



16.3
23.2
68.0
8.4
18.7
14.9



1910.

^egro 2,459,327

AU other* 182,521



Total ,



Per cent.

1900. 1910. 1900.

2,060.308 9.1 9.7

156.800 0.7 0.7



Per cent of total pop-
ulation



26,999.161 21,134,299



29.4



87.8



^Indians, Chinese, Japanese and other Asiatics.



MALES OF VOTING AGE BY STATES (1910).



State. Total.*

Maine 286.727

New Hampshire 136.668

Vermont 113.506

Massachusetts 1.021.669

Rhode Island 163.834

Connecticut 347.692

Kew York 2.836.773

New Jersey 774,702

Pennsylvania 2.309.026

Ohio 1,484.265

Indiana .^ 822.434

Illnols 1.743.182

Michigan 870.878

Wisconsin 683.743

Minnesota 642.669

Iowa 663,672

Mlssourt 973.062

North Dakota 173.890

South Dakota 178.189

Nebraska 853.626

Kansas 508.529

Delaware 61.887

Maryland 367.908

District of Columbia 10S.761

Vlrirtnia 623.532

West Virginia 338.349

North Oarollna 506.134

South Carolina 33,'>.046

Georgia 620,616

Florida 214.196

Kentucky 603.454

Tennessee 552.668

Alsbama 5lS.ni

Mistisslppi 426.953



-Native
Native
parentage.
169.769

76.639

69,387
834.346

48,518
119.751
909.494
281.269
1.129.412
841.556
596.119
689.200
337.661
148.636
135.494
883.621
630.878

43.358

65.769
168.669
833.443

87.677
803.284

49.949
838.098
264.694
352.032
159.009
3.'»7.267

99.203
464.634
411.200
279.957
181,441



white.

Foreign

parentage. t

26.622

17.798

19,367

218.484

36.000

69.478 -

652.864

163,926

871.676

294.443

116.885

407,318

222.894

261. 96S

203.127

177.413

167.198

48.862

62.425

86.011

82.534

6.351

58.304

14.078

10.679

16.117

2.283

8.405

7.789

7.663

42.697

12.119

8.466

6.065



Foreign born white.

First



Total. Naturalised.


papers.


Negroes.


48.464


14.994


1.490


476


41.956


16.415


1.421


200


23.769


10.811


1.164


975


463.601


189.126


80.016


12.691


75.899


82,040


6.314


8.067


153.168


60.714


8.909


4.765


1.221.023


502.083


181.086


46.877


809.648


128.438


24.511


28.601


741.610


248,827


46.416


61,668


308.478


142.465


17.509


89,188


88.927


42.533


13.320


20,651


604.524


317.339


43.4S2


89.983


302.177


168.634


26.235


6,266


269.237


142.848


47.708


1.082


298.282


179.187


26.222


8.890


146.795


90.550


6.652


6,628


121.404


65.512


10.117


68,921


79.721


46.636


9.824


311


54.528


82.495


8.020


841


94.345


67.270


9.928


8.225


78.905


39.142


6.172


17.931


8.776


3.707


658


9.050


47.973


24.2.'>6


8.278


68.968


11,738


6.474


1.058


87,621


14.882


6.411


859


159.693


34.687


7.263


1.3!i8


22.757


8.296


1.439


194


146.752


3.866


1.602


184


169.158


8.513


4.023


625


266.814


17.445


6.9!>9


T83


89.659


20.440


13.226


816


75.694


10.112


6.444


464


119.142


10.621


4.736


687


218.923


6.235


2.445


267


233.701



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR-BOOK FOB 1913.



State. Total.*

Arkaiutas 395,824

Louisiana 414,919

Oklahoma 447.266

Texas 1.003,357

MontaDa 166.017

Idaho 110.863

Wiomlng 68,201

Colorado 271.648

New Mexico 94,637

Ailxooa 74,051

Ltah 104.115

Nevada 40.026

Washington 441.294



•egoi
ilRo



California 920,397




Foreign born white. —

Flrat
Total. Naturalized



6.284
10.024
12.074
43.393
27,635
12,817

6,837
85,245

4.267

6.912
15,351

6.606
68.895
29,675
37,276



papera.
595
1,171
1.477
6.833
6,749
2.478
1.937
6,536
709
1.113
2.416
1,282

15.258
7.691

27,708



Negroea.

111.366

174,211

36.841

166,398

851

328

1,325

4.283

644

763

568

229

8.120

792

8,143



Total 26,999.151 13.211.781 4.498.966 6.646.606 3,036.333 570.588 2,469,327

'Includes alleua, unknown and colored, except negroes. tOne or both parents foreign born.



MALES OF VOTING AGE IN CITIES (1910).

City. Total. Negro.

New York, N. Y 1,438.749 30.855

Chicago. III.* 700.590 17.846

Phllaclelphla. Pa 468.813 28,120

St. Loul». Mo 221.913 16.381

Boston. Mass 208.821 6.070

Cleveland, 177.386 8,298

Baltimore, Md a... 163,654 26.214

Pittsburgh. Pa 166.424 9,362

Detroit. Mich ^ 160.017 2,224

Buffalo. N. Y 128.133 740

San Francisco, Cal 175,961 831

Milwaukee. Wis 113.106 896

ancinnati. 113.919 7.387

Newark. .\. J 103.234 8,016

New Orleans, La 96,997 25,269

Washington, D. C 103,761 27.621

Los Angeles. Cal 114.889 2.671

Minneapolis, Minn 106.308 1.227

Jersey City. N. J 80.866 2.104

Kansas City, Mo 87.467 9.101

Seattle, Wash 101.686* 306

Indianapolis. Ind 76.748 7.556

Providence. R. 1 68.983 1.766

Louisville. Ky 67,678 13,687

Rochester. N. Y 69.664 806

St. Paul. Minn 72.073 1.573

Denver. Col 71.990 1.999

Portland. Ore 88.908 626

Columbus. 60.892 6.028

Toledo, 62.748 719

Atlanta. Oa 44.610 18.866

Oakland, Cal 68.967 1,328

Worceater, Mass 46.601 384

.Syracuse, N. Y 44.713 437

New Haven. Conn 40.510 1,191

Birmingham, Ala 40.699 16.441

MemF>hTs. Tenn 44.309 17.238

Scranton. Pa 37.059 216

Richmond. Va 87.204 13.279

Paterson. N. J 36.873 453

Omaha. Neb 43.216 1.885

Fall River, Mass 81.367 138

Dayton. 88.286 1.781

Grand Rapids.. Mich 34.296 264

Nashville. Tenn 30.774 9.718

Ijowell. Mass 31.300 44

Cambridge. Mass 30.262 1,384

Spokane. Wash 40.264 305

Bridgeport, Conn 32.991 471

Albany. N. Y 82.000 879

•Of the native white males of voting age in (Chi-
cago in 1910, 126.703 were of native parentage and
176.897 of forelipn or mixed parentage. Of the for-
eign born whites of voting age 190.693 were natural-
ised and 189.157 were not naturalized.

POPULATION (WHITE) BY NATIVITY AND
PARENT.VGE.



Parental.

State. Native. ForHen.

Alabama 1.177.457 82.946

Arizona 82.4«0 42.1-';

Arkanin* 1.077.r.09 Sfi.f^S

California 1.106.533 635.970



Foreign

bom.

18.946

4P.«^H

If.. ^'3

517.319



State.

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

District of Columbia

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

Now Hampshire.

New Jersey

New Mexico....

New York ,

North Carolina
North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania .
Rhode laland
South Carolina
Soutn Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia....

Wisconsin

Wyoming



Parentage.

Native. Foreign.

475,186 '" ""

395,649
,8M




Total 49.488.441 18.900.663 13,348.58{



URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION.
The census bureau classlfles as urban population
that re.slding in cities and other lncon>orated places
of 2.500 inhabitants or more. The proportion of the
total population of continental United States living
in tirhan and rural territory at the censuses of 1910
and 1900 was as follows:

1910. 1900.

Ponnlatlon. Pr.ct. Population. Pr.ct.

Urban 42.623.38.3 46.3 80.797.185 40.6

Riiral 49.348,883 63.7 45.197.390 69.5

Total 91.972.266 100.0 75.994.575 100.0

In 1890 the per cent of urban popniatlon was 36.1

and of the rural. 63.9; in 1880 the urban was 29.5

and the rural. 70.5.



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OS



B7 geographic dlTlslons the per cent of urban and
rural population in 1910 waa aa follows:

DiTiaion. Total. Urban. RurmL

New England 7.1 12.8 2.3

MIddleAtlantic 21.0 32.2 11.8

Eaat North Central 19.8 22.6 17.6

West North Central 12.7 9.1 16.7

South Atlantic 13.S 7.8 18.4

Baat South Central 9.1 8.7 18.9

West South Central 9.6 4.6 13.8

Mountain 2.9 8.2 8.4

PaciAc 4.6 6.6 8.7

Total 100.0 100.0 100.0

By states the urban and rural population In 1910

was aa foUows: Pe^ cent.

State. Urban. Rural. Urban. Rural.

Maine 381.443 860.928 51.4 48.6

New Hampshire 256.099 175.473 59.2 40.8

Vermont 168.948 187.013 47.6 52.6

MMsachusetU 3,125.367 241.049 92.8 7.8

Rhode Island 524.654 17,956 96.7 3.8

Connecticut 999.839 114.917 89.7 10.8

New York 7.185,494 1,928.120 78.8 21.2

New Jersey 1.907.210 629,957 75.2 24.8

Pennsylvania 4.630,669 3.034.442 60.4 89.0

Ohio 2.666.143 2.101,978 55.9 44.1

Indiana 1,143,835 1,557.041 42.4 57.6

IlUnois 3.476.929 2.161.662 61.7 38.3

Michigan 1.327.044 1.483.129 47.2 62.8

Wisconsin 1,004.320 1.329.640 43.0 67.0

MinnesoU 860.294 1.225.414 41.0 59.0

Iowa 680.064 1.544.717 80.6 69.4

Missouri 1.898.817 1,894.618 42.5 67.6

North Dakota 68.236 518.820 11.0 89.0

South Dakota 76.673 507.215 18.1 86.9

Nebraska 810.862 881.862 26.1 78.9

Kansaa 493.790 1.197.159 29.2 70.8

Delaware 97,085 105.237 48.0 62.0

Maryland 658.192 637.154 60.8 49.2

District of Columbia 381.069 lOO.O ....

Virginia 476,629 1,586.088 23.1 76.9

West Virginia 228.242 992.877 18.7 81.3

North Carolina 318.474 1.R87.818 14.4 85.6

South Carolina 224.882 1.290.568 14.8 85.2

Georgia 638,650 2.070.471 20.6 79.4

Florida 219.080 533.539 29.1 70.9

Kentucky 666.442 1.734.463 24.3 75.7

Tennessee 441,045 1.743.744 20.2 79.8

Alabama 870.431 1.767.662 17.3 82.7

Miaslsslppi 207.311 1.589.803 11.6 88.5

Arkansas 202.681 1.371.768 12.9 87.1

Louisiana 496.516 1.159.872 80.0 70.0

Oklahoma 320.155 1.337.000 19.3 80.7

Texaa 938.104 2.958.438 24.1 75.9

Montana 133.420 242.633 35.6 64.5

Idaho 69.898 255.696 21.5 78.5

Wyoming 43.221 102.744 29.6 70.4

Colorado 408.840 394.184 60.7 49.3

New Mexico 46.571 380.730 14.2 80.8

Ariaona 63.260 141.094 81.0 69.0

Utah 172.934 200.417 46.3 53.7

Nevada 13.367 68.508 16.3 83.7

Washington 606.580 636.460 63.0 47.0

Oregon 807.060 866.705 46.6 64.4

Oalifomia 1,469,739 907.810 61.8 88.2

United Statet 42,623,883 49.348,883 46.8 68^7

XKCRBAaa IN UBBAM AlTD BTTRAL POPUUITXON.

Comparing the rate of growth in urban and rural
communities It is shown by the census bureau that
during the period between the census of 1900 and
that of 1910 the increase in urban population in
continental United States was 11.013.738. or 34.8
per cent, while the Increase in rural population
was 4.9C8.963. or 11.2 per cent. There had been an
Increase in urban population in every state, while
In six states there had been an actual decrease In
rural population. These states were: New Hamp-
ahire. 6.4 per cent; Vermont, 4.2 per cent; Ohio.
1.3 per cent: Indiana. 5.1 per cent; Iowa, 7.2 per
cent; Missouri, 6.1 per cent.

MBTROPOLITAN DISTRICTS (1910).
Statistics have been compiled bv the bureau of
the census showing the populaticm of the chief
dtlM of the United StatM together with their



suburbs, comprising what may be termed "metro-
politan districts." A dixtrict of this character is
defined as consisting of the city together with the
urban portion of the territory lying within ten
miles of the city limits. The following table shows
the metroi>olitan districts of cities having « poD-
ulation of 200,000 or more in 1910:

MetropollUn City

City. district. proper. Outside.

New York 6,474,568 4.766,883 1.707.685

Chlcaro.. 2,446.921 2,185,283 261,638

PhiladelphU 1.972.842 1,649,008 428.834

Boston 1.520.470 670.585 849.88S

Pittsburgh 1,042,856 683.905 508.950

St. Louis 828.738 687.029 141.704

San Francisco-Oakland. 686,878 416.912 119,787

Oakland 150.174

Baltimore 668.716 658.486 100.280

Cleveland 613.270 660.663 52.607

Cincinnati 563.804 363.591 200.213

MinneapoUs-St. Paul... 526,256 301.408 10,104

_8t Paul 214.744

Detroit 500.982 465.766 36.216

Buffalo 488.661 423.715 64.946

Los Angeles 438.226 819.198 119.028

Milwaukee 427,176 373,857 63,818

Providence 895.972 224.326 171.646

Washington 367.869 331.069 36.800

New Orleans 848,109 339,075 9,034

Kansas City (Mo. and

Kas.) 840,446 248.381 9,374

Kansas City, Kas 82.881

Louisville 286.168 223.928 62.230

Rochester 248.512 218.149 30,868

Seattle 239.269 237.194 3,076

Indianapolis 337.783 233.660 4.138

Denver 219.314 213.381 6.938

Portland, Ore 215,048 207,214 7.834

Nt>T»— The following statement glyes the name
and population of each municipality of 5.000 in-
habltanta or more falling within the territory ad-
jacent to each of the above cities:

New York District— New York: Yonkers dty,
79.803; .Mount Vernon city, 80.919; New Rochelle
city, 28.867; Mamaroneck village. 6,699. New Jer-
sey: Newark city. 347.469; Jersey City, 267,779;
Paterson city. 125.600; Elisabeth city. 73.409; Ho-
boken city. 70.324; Bayonne city, 55.545; Passaic
city. 54.773; West Hoboken town. 85.403; Bast Or-
ange city. 34,871; Perth Amboy city. 82.121; Orange
city. 29,630; Montclalr town, 21.550: Union town.
21.023; Kearny town. 18.659: Bloomfleld town, 15.070;
Harrison town. 14.498; Hackensack town. 14.060;
West New York town. 13.560; Irvington town, 11.877;
Englewood city, 9.924; Rah way dty. 9.337; Ruther-
ford borough. 7.045; South Orange village. 6.014;
Nutley town. 6.009; Roosevelt borough, 6,786; Gut-
tenberg town, 6,647.

Chicago District— Illinois: Evanston dty. 24.978;
Oak Park village, 19.444; Cicero town, 14.657; Chi-
cago Heights city, 14.625; Blue Island village. 8.043;
May wood Tillage, 8,033; Harvey dty, 7,227; Forest
Park village, 6,594: Berwyn city. 5.841; LaOrange
Tillage. 5.282. Indiana: Hammond city, 20.925:
East Chicago dty, 19,098; Gary dty, 16,802; Whiting
dty,* 6,587.

Philadelphia Dlstrld- PennsylTsnla: Chester dty,
88.587; Norristown borough. 27.875; Bristol borough,
9,266; Conshohocken borough. 7.480; Darby borough,
6.306. New Jersey: Camden city. 94.588; Gloucester
dtv. 9.462: Burlington cltv. 8.336.

Boston District— Cambridge city. 104.839; Lynn
dty. 89.336; Somerville dty. 77.286; Maiden dtv.
44.404: Salem city. 43.697; Newton dty, 39.806; Ev-
erett city. 33.484; Quincy dty. 32.642; Cholsea dtv.
32.452; Waltham city. 27.834; Brookllne town. 27.792;
Medford dty. 23.150; Revere town. 18.219; Peabody
town. 16,721; Melrose dty. 15.715: Hvde Park town.
15.507; Wobiirn dty. 15.3rt8; Framlngham town. 12.948;
Weymouth town. 12.895; Wafertnwn town. 12.875;
Wakefield town. 11.404; Arlington town. 11.187:
Winthrop town. 10.132: Natick town. 9,866: Win-
chester town, 9.309; Dedham town, 9.284; Bralntree
town. 8.066; Sangus town. 8.047; Norwood town,
8.014: Milton town, 7.924; Marblehead town. 7.838;
Stoneham town. 7.090; Swampsoott town. 6.204: Bel-
mont town, 6,642; Wellesley town, 6,418; Needtaam
town, 6,0S€.



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Pittsbargh DlstHct— McKeesport Qlty. 42.6»4; Brad-
dock borouffh. 19,367: Wilklnsbdrg borough. 18.924;
Homestead borough. 18.713: Duque»ne borough, 16,727;
McKees Rocks borough, 14,702; North Braddock bor-
ough. U.824: Carnegie borough. 10,009; Sbarpsburg
borough, 8,163; Jeaoette borough, 8.077; MIllTale
borough, 7,861; New Kensington borough, 7,707;
Tarentum through, 7.414 iSwlasvale borough. 7,881;
BelleTue borough, 6.323; wllmerding borough, 6,133;
Canick borough. 6.117: Rankin borough. 6.042; Etna
borough. 5.830: KnoxvUle tmrough, 6.661; St. Clair
borough. 6.640; East Pittsburgh borough, 6,616;
Glassiiort borough. 6.540; OoraopoUs, borough, 6,2&2:
Munhall borough, 5.186.

St. Louis District— Missouri: Wellstoo dtj, 7,812:
Webster Groves city. 7.080. Illinois: East St. Loula
city, 68,647; Granite city, 9.903; Madison Tillage, 5,046.

San Frandsco-Oakland Dlttrict— Berkeley city,
40.434: Alameda city. 23.383; Richmond dty, 6,802;
San Rafael city, 6,934.

Cleveland District— Lske wood city, 15.181; Bast
Cleveland city, 9.179; Newburgh city, 5,813.

Cincinnati District— Ohio: Norwood city, 16,185;
Madlsonvllle citv. 6.193; St. Bernard city. 5.002.
Kentucky: Covington city, 58.270: Newport city,
80,309; Dayton city. 6.979; Belle vue city, 6,683.

Detroit District— Wyandotte city, 8,287.

Buffalo District— Lscka wanna city. 14,549; North
Tonawanda city. 11,955; Touawanda city. 8,290.

Los Angeles District- Pasadena city. 30.291; Long
Beach city. 17.809; Santa Monica dty, 7,847; Alham-
bra city, 6.021.

Milwaukee District -West AlUs city, 6,646; South
Milwaukee dty. 6,092.

Providence District- Pawtucket dty. 51,622; War-
wick town. 26.629; Central Falls city. 22.764; Crans-
ton city. 21.107; Raxt Providence town. 15.808: Cum-
berland town. 10.107: Lincoln town, 9,825: Johnston
town. 6.936; North Providence town, 5.407.

Washington District— Alexandria dty (Va.). 15.329.

Kansas City (Mo. and Kas.) Dlstrid- Roaedale
city (Kas.), 5.960.

Louisville District— Indiana: New Albany dty,
20.629; JefferaonviUe city. 10,412.



COMMUNITIES ACCORDING TO

Inhabitants. Places.

1,000,000 or more 3

600.000 to 1.000.000 5

260.000 to 500,000 11

100,000 to 250.000 81

60,000 to 100,000 59

25.000 to 50.000. 120

10.000 to 26.000 374

5.000 to 10.000 629

2,600 to 6,000 1,173

Total 2,406

*0f total population.



POPULATION BY RACE AND
State. White.

Alabama 1,228,841

Arizona 171,499

Arkansas 1,131.030

California 2,259.822

Colorado 783.539

Connecticut 1.098.932

Delaware 171.103

District of Columbia.... 236.128

Florida 443.646

Georgia 1.431.816

Idaho 319.302

Illinois 5.526.982

Indiana 2.640.033

Iowa 2.209.096

Kansas 1.633.883

Kentucky 2.027.955

Louisiana 941.125

Maine 740.017



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