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(Pamphlet.) 5 cents.

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

1912.

♦Telephones and telegraphs and municipal electric fire-alarm and police-patrol signal-
ing systems. 50 cents.
Electrical industries.

♦Central electric light and power stations and street and electric railways. |1.
Electrical industries; tran;^)ortation.

♦Mortality statistics. 75 cents.
Vital statistics.

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PUBLICATIONS — ^INTERCENSAL : 1910 TO 1916. 113

1912— Continued.

*Financial statistics of cities having a population of over 30,000. 75 cents.
Statistics of states and cities.

*Supply and distribution of cotton for the year ending August 31, 1912. (Bulletin
115.) 10 cents.
Cotton.

♦Cotton production. (Bulletin 116.) 10 cents.
Cotton.

♦Financial statistics of cities having a population of over 30,000. (Bulletin 118.)
15 cents.

Statistics of states and cities.

♦Telephones and telegraphs. (Bulletin 123.) 10 cents.
Electrical industries.

♦Central electric light and power stations and street and electric railways. (Bulletin
124.) 25 cents.

Electrical industries; transportatioii.

♦Estimated valuation of national wealth: 1850-1912. (Bulletin.) 10 cents.

Wealth, debt, and taxation.
♦Taxation and revenue systems of state and local governments. (Bulletin.) 50 cents.

Wealth, debt, and taxation.
♦Assessed valuation of property and amounts and rates of levy: 1860-1912. (Bulletin.)
35 cents.

Wealth, debt, and taxation.

tLumber, lath, and shingles.
Forest products.

♦Uniform accounts as a basis for standard forms for reporting financial and other
statistics of health departments. (Pamphlet.) 5 cents,
statistics of states and cities.

♦Report of the quantity of leaf tobacco held by dealers and manufacturers, October
1, 1912. (Pamphlet.) 5 cents.
Tobacco.
♦Annual report of the Director of the Census to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor:
1911-12. (Pamphlet.) 5 cents.

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publication.

1913.
Wealth, debt, and taxation:
♦Vol. I.~$1.25.
♦Vol. II.— 11.

Volumes I and U: Wealth, debt, and taxation.

♦Mortality statistics. 90 cents.
Vital statistics.

♦Official register of the United States. $1.50.
Federal employees.

♦Summary of state laws relative to the care of the dependent classes. 60 cents, cloth;
40 cents, paper.

Dependent, defective, and delinquent classes.

Statistical directory of state institutions.
Dependent, defective, and delinquent classes.

♦Supply and distribution of cotton for the year ending August 31, 1913. (Bulletin
117.) 10 cents.
Cotton.

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114 BUEEAU OF THE CENSUS.

1913 — Continued.

♦Cotton production. (Bulletin 125.) 16 cents.

Cotton.
♦Financial statbtics of cities having a population of over 30,000. (Bulletin 126.) 15
cents.

Statistics of states and cities.

♦Abstract— Wealth, debt, and taxation. (Bulletin.) 10 cents.
Wealth, debt, and taxation.

♦National and state indebtedness and funds and investments : 1870-1913. (Bulletin . )
40 cents.

Wealth, debt, and taxation.

♦County and municipal indebtedness, 1913, 1902, and 1890; and sinking-fund assets,
1913. (Bulletin.) 25 cents.
Wealth, debt, and taxation.

♦National and state revenues and expenditures, 1913 and 1903; and public properties
of states, 1913. (Bulletin.) 10 cents.
Wealth, debt, and taxation.

♦Coimty revenues, expenditures, and public properties. (Bulletin.) 50 cents.
Wealth, debt, and taxation.

♦Mimicipal revenues, expenditures, and public properties. (Bulletin.) 70 cents.
Wealth, debt, and taxation.

♦Ravages of the boll weevil: 1892-1913. (Pamphlet.) 5 cents.
Cotton.

♦Annual report of the Director of the Census to the Secretary of Commerce: 1912-13.
(Pamphlet.) 5 cents.

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Information concerning the work of the permanent Census Bureau : 1902-13 . (Circu-
lar No. 3.)

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers April 1, 1913, and October 1, 1912.
(Card.)
Tobacco.

Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers October 1, 1913, April 1, 1913, and
October 1, 1912. (Card.)
Tobacco.

1914.
/Manufactures:
j / Reports in two or more volumes.

Abstract in one volume.
Bulletin for United States as a whole.
Bulletins for individual states.
Bulletins for individual industries.
Reports and bulletins: Manufactures.
\j^ ♦Statistical atlas of the United States.i |2.50.

Population: occupations; dependent, detective, and delinquent classes; vital statistics; marriage and
divorce; religious bodies; agriculture; manufactures; mines and quarries; statistics of states and cities;
cotton; real-estate mortgages.

♦Mortality statistics. |1.

Vital statistics.
♦Index of joint causes of death. 70 cents.

Vital statistics.

tEstimates of population: 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914. (Bulletin 122.)
Population.

1 The great bulk of the statistics in this publication relate to 1910 and prior years.
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PUBLICATIONS — INTERCENSAL : 1910 TO 1916. 115

1914 — Continued.

♦Supply and distribution of cotton for the year ending August 31, 1914. (Bulletin
128.) 10 cents.
Ciotton.

j*Cotton production. (Bulletin.) 5 cents.
Cotton.

Cancer in the registration area of the United States. (Bulletin.)
Vital statistics.

Physicians' pocket reference to the international list of causes of death. (Pamph-
let 110.)

Vital statistics.

Annual report of the Director of the Census to the Secretary of Commerce: 1913-14.
(Pamphlet.)

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.
Information concerning tentative program of the Bureau of the Census: 1914-16.
(Circular No. 1.)

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers April 1, 1914, October 1, 1913, and
April 1,1913. (Card.)
Tobacco.

Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers October 1 and April 1, 1914; Octo-
ber 1 and April 1, 1913; and October 1, 1912. (Card.)
Toboooo.

1915.

♦Financial statistics of cities having a population of over 30,000. 75 cents,
statistics of states and cities.

♦General statistics of cities having a population of over 30,000. 55 cents.
Statistics of states and cities.

♦Official register of the United States. $1.50.
Federal employees.

♦Cotton production and distribution: 1914-15. (Bulletin 131.) 10 cents.
Cotton.

♦Cotton production in the United States. (Bulletin). 5 cents.
Cotton.

♦Financial statistics of states. (Bulletin.) 75 cents.
Statistics of states and cities.

♦Abstract of annual report on statistics of cities having a population of over 30,000.
(Bulletin 132.) 25 cents.
Statistics of states and cities.

♦Comparative financial statistics of cities under council and conmiisslon government:
1913 and 1915. (Pamphlet.) 5 cents.
Statistics of states and cities.

Special census of the population of Tulsa, Okla. (Pamphlet.)
Population.

Special census of the population of Hamtramck, Mich. (Pamphlet.)
Population.

Special census of the population of Highland Park, Mich. (Pamphlet.)
Population.

Special census of the population of Hastings, Nebr. (Pamphlet.)
Population.

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116 BUREAU OP THE CENSUS.

1915— Oontmued.

Special census of the population of St. Clair Heights, Mich. (Pamphlet.)
Population.

*The Federal registration service of the United States. (Pamphlet.) 10 cents.
Vital statistics.

Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers. (Pamphlet.)
Tobacco.

Annual report of the Director of the Census to the Secretary of Commerce: 1914-15.
(Pamphlet.)

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Heads of families at the first census. (Circular of information.)
The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers April 1, 1915, 1914, and 1913, and
October 1, 1914. (Card.)
Tobacco.

Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers October 1, 1915, 1914, and 1913, and
April 1, 1915. (Card.)
Tobacco.

1915-16.

Cotton ginning. (Ten reports, in card form, issued at intervals during the ginning
season.)
Cotton.

Cotton consumed, cotton on hand, active cotton spindles, and imports and exports
of cotton. (Monthly reports in card form.)
Cotton.

Cottonseed crushed and linters obtained. (Four reports, in card form, issued at
intervals during the ginning season.)
Cotton.

1916.

Estimates of population, 1910-1916, including results of state enumerations in 1915.
(Bulletin.)
Population.

Manual of the international list of causes of death.
Vital statistics.

Special census of the population of El Paso, Tex. (Pamphlet.)
Population.

The story of the census: 1790-1916. (Pamphlet.)
The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Annual report of the Director of the Census to the Secretary of Commerce: 1915-16.
(Pamphlet.)

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Information concerning census publications: 1790-1916. (Circular No. 2.)
The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Information concerning Federal estimates of population and Federal supervision of
local censuses. (Circular No. 4.)

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.

Information concerning tentative program of the Biureau of the Census: 1916-1919.
(Circular No. 5.)

The Census Bureau, its work, and its publications.
Leaf tobacco held by manufacturers and dealers April 1, 1916, 1915, and 1914, and
October 1, 1915. (Card.)
Tobacco.

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APPENDS.

HEADS OF CENSUS OFFICE, 184(V-1916.



Following is a list of the officials under whose direction the decen-
nial censuses from 1840 to 1900 were taken, and of the Directors of
the permanent Census Bureau since its creation in 1902. The census
of 1840 was the first taken under the supervision of an official spe-
cifically designated for that duty, the earlier eniunerations having
been made by United States marshals and their assistants and
reported directly to the President or to the Secretary of State.

Census of 1840.

William A. Weavbr, of Virginia, Superintending Clerk (1840-1842).

Census of 1850.

Joseph C. G. Kennedy, of Pennsylvania, Superintendent (1850-1853).
James B. De Bow, of Louisiana, Superintendent (1853-54).'

Census of 1860.

Joseph C. G. Kennedy, of Pennsylvania, Superintendent.

Census of 1870.

Francis A. Walker, of Massachusetts, Superintendent.

Census of 1880.

Francis A. Walker, of Massachusetts, Superintendent (1879-1881).
Charles W. Sbaton, of New York, Superintendent (1881-1885).

Census of 1890.

Robert P. Porter, of New York, Superintendent (1889-1893).
Carroll D. Wright, of Massachusetts, Commissioner of Labor, in charge (1893-1897).

Census of 1900.

William R. Merriam, of Minnesota, Director (1899-1902):

Permanent Census Office.

WiLLLAM R. Merriam, of Minnesota, Director, July 1, 1902-June 8, 1903.
S. N. D. North, of Massachusetts, Director, June 9, 1903-June 15, 1909.
E. Dana Durand, of California, Director, June 16, 1909-June 30, 1913.
William J. Harris, of Georgia, Director, July 1, 1913-March 15, 1915.
Sam. L. Rogers, of North Carolina, March 16, 1915-.

1 Mr. De Bow served again in 1855, when the census work was resumed temporarily, and later Mr. Toseph
C. O. Kennedy was. reappointed as superintending clerk, and served from 1858 until he was appointed
Superintendent of the Eighth Census (1860).

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118 A1>1>EN1)IX.

OFFICIALS OF THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS.

Director Sam . L. Rogeris .

Chief clerk William L. Austin.

Chief statisticians:

Population William C. Hunt.

Manufactures William M. Steuart.

Statistics of cities Stabke M. Grogan.

Vital statistics Wiluam H. Davis, M. D.

Expert special agent in charge of revision and results . . .Joseph A. Hill.

Geographer Charles S. Sloanb.

Expert chiefs of division:

Administrative Eugene F. Hartley.

Population William H. Jarvis.

Maoiufactures Edward W. Koch.

George E. Oller.
Frank L. Sanford.

Statistics of cities Arthur J. Hirsch.

Vital statistics Richard C. Lappin.

Revision and results H^rry H. Pierce.

Chief, mechanical laboratory E. M. LaBoitbaux.

nxtmber of officials, employees, and special agents.

Officials and employees in Washington (statutory roll) 562

Special agents — experts and for general field service 24

Mechanical-laboratory force 13

Local special agents to collect statistics of cotton 762

Total 1,361



The following pamphlets giving information in regard to the work of the Bureau of
tiie Census will be sent upon request:

The Story of the Census: 1790-1916.
List of Publications: 1790-1916.

Information concerning Federal Estimates of Population.
Federal supervision op local censuses: 1910-1916.
Information concerning Tentative Program op the Bureau op
THE Census: 1916-1919.



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INDEX.



Note.— In this Index the various subjects are listed alphabetically, with reference to the pages on
>pear the titles and descriptions of the publications containing statistics reLetting to them.



f^pear



which



Accessions of territory, 15, 21.

Accidents, steam railroad, 66; street and electric
railway, 62, 63.

Accounting, uniform munidpal, 61.

Adds, mixed, nitric, and sulphuric, 60, 61.

Acreage, inoproved and unimproved, 3&-40, 42;
irrigatOQ, 39*

Advertising, receipts from, 44,

Age. classification by, 13-34.

Agricultural implements, 44-47, 60.

Agriculture, 37-42; use of electricity in, 64.

Alabama. SeeSt&tes.

Alaska, agriculture, 39, 42, 54, 86; fisheries, 70;
Indians, 84; industries and resources, 86; manu-
factures, 49, 51, 54: mines and quarries, 64; occupa-
tions, 25; population, 17, 21, 44, 54.

Alcoholic liquors. See Liquors.

Aleuts. SeeAlBskA.

Alewlfe, 69.

Aliens,^13, 19.

Alleys. 69.

Alligator hunting, 69.

Almshouses, children bom in. 28; inmates, 27, 28;
municii>ai, 69, 60; names ana locations, 28.

Altitude, 16, 30, 31, 69. See also Elevation.

Amalgamatmg mills. See Mills.

American Association for Study and Prevention of
Infant Mortality, 34.

American Public Health Association, 32, 33.

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 63.

Ammunition, 44.

Amusement, places of. 59.

Animal husbandry, 24, 85.

Animals, domestic, 37-42, 87.

Anthracite coal. See Coal.

Apportionment tables, 16.

Area, of cities, 30, 69-61; counties, 18; geographic
divisions, 20; states, 18, 20.

Arid states, 38, 39.

Ariz(ma. See States.

Arkansas. See States.

Army service, 22.

Arts, industrial, 43, 46, 62.

Ashes, pearl and pot, 79.

Assessment, basis of, 59, 60; methods of, 61.

Assets, county, 67; municipal, 69-61; national and
state, 66, 61.

Athabascans. See Alaska.

Atlantic coast, fisheries, 70; forest trees, 79; water
transportation, 67.

Austria, foreign bom from, 18. See also Foreign
countries.

Automobiles, 46, 47, 60.

Barges, 66, 67.

Baths, 69. 60.

Bees, 39-42.

Beet sugar. See Sugar.

Belgium, 14. See auo Foreign countries.

Bellsvstem, 63-66. See also Telephones.

Benrafciary orders, fraternal, 83.

Benevolent institutions, inmates of, 27-29.

Bicycles, 46, 47, 60.

Bird hunting, 60.

Birth rates, 17, 30.

Birthplace, 16-21 . 86, 86. See also Country of birth.

Births, number, 29-31; registration of, 32-34.

Bituminous coal. See Coal.

Black population, 18, 86. See also Negroes.

Blast furnaces, 44, 60, 61, 64, 81.

Blind, 26-30| Sf7; state laws relative to care of, 29.



Blind-mutes, 29.

Bloomeries, 44.

Boat buildmg, 61.

Boats, canal, 44, 66, 67; steam, 68; towing and

wharf, 66.
Boilers, steam, 44.
Boll weevil, 73, 74, 77.
Bonds, 66, 66, 63.
Bone black, 60.

Boots and shoes, leather, 45-47, 60, 81; rabber,46.
Brazil, postal telegraph in, 62. See also Foreign

countries.
Breadwinners, 81. fif^ aZ«o Wage earners.
Building permits. See Permits.
Building stones. See Stones.
Buildings, fton, 38-40, 86; public, 66, 69.
Bullion, 52.

Butter, 40. 41, 46-47, 60.
Buttons, 46-47.
By-products. See Wtetos, etc.

Cables, submarine, 63, 64, 87.

Cacao, 87. ' ' '

California. See States.

Canada, postal telegraph in, 62. See also Foreign
countries.

Canal boats. See Boats.

Canalized rivers. SeeBivers.

Canals, 66, 67.

Cancer, 34.

Cane sugar. See Sugar.

Canning and preserving, 46-47, 60, 70.

Carbonl)lack, 60.

Carp culture, 69, 70.

Carpets, other than rag, 44.

Carpets and rugs, 61 .

Carriages and wagons, 46-47, 60.

Cars, steam railroad, 46; street, 64.

Cast-iron pipe. See Pipe.

Cattle, 37.

Cayugas. ' See Indians.

Cemeteries, 69.,

Centenariai)S)!:!i6.

"Center of area," 21.

"Center of manufactures,*' 39, 46, 46.

"Center of population," 14-18, 20, 21, 39.

Central states, social statistics, 69; wealth, debt,
and taxation, 56.

Cereals, 37, 40.

Certificates, forms of, for births and deaths, 33.

Charcoal, 79.

Cheese, 40, 41, 46-47, 60.

Chemicals, 44-47, 60.

Cherokees. See Indians.

Chickasaws. See Indians.

Child labor, 81.

Children, bom in almshouses, 28; gainfully em-
ployed, 81; homeless, 26. 29; ilhterate, 16, 18; in-
stitutions and societies for care of, 28; laws regu-
lating employment of, 23; mortality, 32; number
and proportion, 16, 17; paupers among, 27, 28;
school attendance, 16, 18.

Children's homes, 27.

Chinese and Japanese, agriculture, occupations, and
population, 20; inability to speak English, 19;
mortality, 30; year of immigration, 19. See also
Foreign-bom population.

Choctaws. iS«« Indians.

Churches, debt, 36, 86: membership, 36; number,
14, 36, 36, 84, 86, 87; value of property, 36, 36.

Cigars and dgarettee, 81.

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INDEX.



Cities, area, 30; dependent, defective, and deUn-
qusnt elninen, 35-29; domestic animals, 38; elec-
trical industries, 63; general and financial sta-
tistics, 68-41; homes, 02; manufactures. 43-49, 51;
Negroes, 85; oocupudons, 22-25; population, 15-
22; prices, 81; real-estate mortgages, 82; religious
bodies, 85, 36; social statistics, 30, 59; stone con-
struction, 63; transportation, 67; vital statistics,
30-34; wealth, debt, and taxation, 55-68; women
and children gainfullY,employed, 81.

Citizenship, 14-17. 21, 23, 88.

Civil service, 22, 71.

Civil War, veterans of, insane, 27.

Clay products, 45-47, 50.

Clerical occupations, persons engaged in, 24.

Clerks. 81.

CUmate, 14, 50, 87, 88.

Clocks, 44.

Clothhig, 45.

Coal, anthracite and bituminous, 52-^, 86; geo-
graphic distnbution and characteristics of various
classes, 52; pnce, 81.

Coconut, 87.

Cod, 60.

Coffee, 87.

Coke, 44-47, 60, 53, 64.

Collars and cu&, 45.

Colonial period, 16, 89.

Color or race, classification by, ld-33.

Colorado. tf«e States.

Coined population, age, 13, 29; church organiza-
tions. 36; free or slave, 13, 29; inability to speak
English, 19; number, 14, 21; school enrollment,
15; sex, 13, 29.

Condensed milk. SeeVSJk,

Confederate sailors and soldiers, 15.

Conjugal condition. See Marital condition.

Connecticut. i9ee States.

Consumption, 81. iSee also Tuberculosis.

Contagious diseases. SeeDeaHhs,

Continental period, 16.

Copper, 46, ^, 52-54, 86.

Copyists, 81.

Cordage, 50, 51.

Correction, houses of, inmates, 27; names and loca-
tions, 26.

Cotton, consumed and on hand, 75-77; Egyptian.
74, 76; exports and imports, 74, 75, 77; Federal
and state investigations, 74; manufactures, 43-47.
60, 51. 81; production, 38, 40, 73-75; upland and
sea-island, 73, 74; supply and distribution, 74-77.

Cotton belt, 42.

Cotton caterpillar, 74.

Cotton Jdnnlne. 45. 73-76.



uiu-
and
real
lort-
and



,29,



Dairies, inspection of, 60; products, 37, 40, 41.

Dakota. <8^ States.

Deaf and dumb, 25-30, 87; state laws relative to

care of, 29.
Deaf-mutes, 20.
Death rates, 17, 30-34, 85.
Deaths, causes of, 29-34, 85; locality in relation to,

30; registraticm of, 32-34.
Debt, county, 67; farm and heme, 82, 92; municipal,

57, 59-61; national and state, 55, 57.
Decrease of population, 31.
Dcfootivs classes, 35-39| 87.



Deformed, state institutions for, 29.

Delaware. See States.

Delinquent classes, 25-29. See also Juvenile delin-
quents.

Denominati(nial schools. See Schools.

Density of population, 14-18, 21, 30, 59.

Dependent classes, 25-29, 81; state laws relative to
care of, 29.

Diphtheria and croup, 31.

Diseases, death rates from. 31; infectious, 59; no-
menclature and classification of, 31; tabular list, 32L

Dispensaries, 27, 28.

District of Columbia. .Sm States.

Divorce, 34, 35, 59. See alto Marital condition.

Dogs, licensed, 59.

Domestic f^n|rri^)s . See Animals.

Domestic service. S^m Service.

Drainage, 14, 59.

Drainage basins, 14, 16, 39.

Dressmakers, 81.

Dry goods. 81.

Dumb. i9«« Deaf , etc.

Dust prevention service, 60.

Dwellings and families, 14-17, 20, 21, 30, 86-88.

Dyeing and finishing textiles, 45-47, 50, 51.

Dyestufls and extracts, 50.

Dyewoods, 87.

Earthquakes, 87.

Eastern Qulf states, cotton production in, 73.

Editorial work, 44.

Education, 14, 15, 87; ''belated,'' 16; medical, 33.

Eggs,40,4i.

Egyptian cotton. See Cotton.

El raso, Tex. , special census of, 22. See also Cities.

Electric light and power stations, 63, 64.

Electric light plante, 59, 60. 63.

Electric railways. See Railways, etc.

Electric traction, 62.

Electrical industries, 45, 46, 62-65.

Electrical machinery, 47, 50.

Electricity, use of, in agricultive, 64; cooking and
heating, 64; lighting, ^; mining, 53.

Eleemosynary institutions, 54.

Elevation, influence of, 14. See also Altitude.

Employees, in cotton production, 73. 74; electrical
industries, 62-65; fisheries, 69, 71; lumber indus-
try, 79; manufactures, 43-49; mines and quarries,
52, 53; transportation, 67, 68.

Engines, fire and pumpmg, 44; marine, 44, 66;
steam, 44, 49.

England and Wales, 14, 31, 33. See also Foreign
countries.

English, abfiity to speak, 15-17, 19, 21, 23.

Epidemic diseases. See Deaths.

Epileptics, state institutions for, 29.

Errand boys, 81.

Eskimos. iS«« Alaska.

Ethnic stock, relation to mother tongue, 19.

Europe, divorce, 34; glass making, 44; population,
16, 21; i)ostal telegraphs and street railways, 62.
See also Foreign countries.

Excelsior. iSee Forest products.

Executive civil service, 71.

Expenditures, county, 57; municipal, 57, 50-61; na-
tional and siate, 56-57.

Expenses, payments for, county, 57; municipal,
50-61; national and state, 57.

Explosives, 50. 63.

Exports, 37, ^, 53, 70, 73-75.

Express companies, 66-68, 87.

Extracts. <9e6 Dyestuffs, etc.

Factories, 40, 41, 56; homes tor operatives, 44.

Families,heads of ,in 1790, 89. See aZ«oDweIl Jng8.eto.

Farm implements, 37-39.

Farm propertv, 39, 40, 42.

Farmers, colored, 38, 42; Negro, 16, 39, 85; white,

38-42 81.
Farming black belt, 39, 85.
Farms, color of operator, 41; crops, 40, 41; expenses,

39, 41; improved land in, 37; indebtedness, 92;

live stock, 40, 41; mortgages, 89-42, 82; number,

39, 87; operated by Negroes, 85; ownership, 39, 87;
. proprietorship, 92; receipts, 39, 41; rented. 38;

size, 40, 82, 87; tenure, 40; value, 37, 40, 56. 85,92.

Fecundity, comparison between native and rareign-

bom women, 17.

,.. « ^,

state laws relative to, 29.



Federal employees, 71, 73.
Feeble-ooinded, 27-29; stc



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Feed, expenditures for, on farms, 42.

Felt goods, 44, 51.

Females. See Sex.

Ferryboats, 66, 67.

Fertilkers, 37-42, 50, 85.

Fiber plants, 87.

Files, 44.

Financial statistics of cities, 59-61.

Fire department, 50, 60.

Fire engines. See Engbies.

Fire insurance. See Insurance.

Fire-alarm, electric, 62-64.

Firearms, 44.

Fish, canning and preserving, 50.

Fisheries, 69, 70, 86.

Fishermen, 69, 70.

Fishing vessels. See Vessels.

Flax, 45-47.

Flaxseed, 38.

Florida. iS«« States.

Flour, average price, 81.

Flour mUling, 37, 45-47, 50.

Flowers, 38.

Food, 59.

Forage. See Hay, etc.

Foreign countries, cotton production, 73-76; death
rates. 31-33; debt, 56; factory legislation, 44; farms
and homes, 92; illiteracy, 19; Industries, 44, 46;
insurance, 83; marriage and divorce, 34, 35; pe-
troleum, 53; railroads, 66; railways, 57; real-
estate mortgages, 82; telegraphs, 62, 64, 66; tele-


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