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of total

production
InLato
Superior
region.



Marquette (Michigan)

Menominee (Michigan and Wisconsin)

Gogebic (Michigan and Wisconsin)

Vermilion (Minnesota)

Mesabi (Minnesota)

Total



Long tons.
"4,291,967

4,789,362
3,807,157

1,097,444
27,877,705



Long tons.
4,631,427
4,983,729
4,746,818
1,390,360

30,676,409



Long Urns.
339,460
194,367
939,661
292,916
2,698,704



7.91

4.06

24.68

26.69



10.00
10.76
10.24
3.00
66.00



41,863,635



46,328,743



4,465,108



100.00



" Some Gogebic ore included in Marquette.
Production oj LaTce Superior iron ore, 1854-1910, by ranges, in long tons.



Year.


Marquette.


Menomi-
nee.


Gogebic.


Vermilion.


Mesabi.


Total.


1854-1869


3,112,209
859,507
813,984
948,653
1,195,234
899,934
881,166
993, 311
1,014,754
1,033,082
1,130,019
1,384,010
1,579,834
1,829,394
1,305,364
1,559,912
1,4.30,862
1,627,383
1,851,717
1,918,672
2,631,026
2,863,848
2,778,482
2, 848, ,552
2,064,827
1,935,379
1,982,080
2,418,846
2,673,785
2,987,930
3,634,596
3,945,068
3,597,089
3,734,712
3,686,214
2,465,448
3,772,645
4,070,914
4,167,810
3,309,917
4,291,967
4,631,427










3, 112, 209
859,607


1870










1871










1872










948, 553


1873










1,195,234
899,934
881,166
993,311

1, 025, 129


1874










1875










1876










1877


10,375

78,028

245,672

624,735

726,671

1,136,018

1,047,863

895,634

690,435

880,006

1,199,343

1,191,097

1,876,157

2,274,192

1,866,124

2,402,196

1,663,049

1,256,265

1,794,970

1,763,235

1,767,220

2,275,664

3,281,422

3,680,738

3,697,408

4,421,250

4,093,320

2,871,130

4,472,630

4,962,357

4,779,692

2,904,011

4,789,362

4,983,729








1878-








1,111,110


1879








1, 376, 691


1880








1, 908, 745


1881








2, 306, 505


1882








2, 965, 412


1883








2, 353, 227


1884


1,022
119,690
766,237
1,286,265
1,433,689
2,147,923
. 2,914,081
2,041,754
3,058,176
1,466,815
1,523,451
2,626,475
2,100,398
2,163,088
2,552,205
2,725,648
3,104,033
3,041,869
3,683,792
3,422,341
2,132,898
3,344,551
3,484,023
3,609,519
3,241,931
3,807,157
4,746,818


62,122

227,075

307,948

394,910

511,963

864,608

891,910

945,105

1,226,220

815,735

1,055,229

1,027,103

1,200,907

1,381,278

1,125,638

1,643,984

1,675,949

1,805,996

2,057,632

1,918,584

1,056,430

1,578,626

1,794,186

1,724,217

927,206

1,097,444

1,390,360




2, 518, 690


1885




2, 467, 962


1886. . ....




3,571,674


1487




4, 731, 235


1888




5, 055, 411


1889




7,519,614


1890




8, 944, 031


1891




7,621,465


1892


29,245

684,194

1,913,234

2,839,350

3,082,973

4,220,151

4,837,971

6,517,305

8,158,450

9,303,541

13,080,118

13,452,812

11,672,405

20,156,666

23,664,891

27,245,441

17,725,014

27,877,705

30,576,409


9, 564, 388


1893


6,594,620


1894


7,682,648


1895


10, 268,-978


1896


10,566,359


1897


12,205,522


1898


13,779,308


1899


17,802,955


1900


20,664,238


1901


21,445,903


1902


26,977,404


1903


26,573,271


1904


20,198,311


1905


33,325,018


1906. . ..


37,876,371


1907


41,526,579


1908..


28,108,079


1909


41,863,635


1910


46,328,743






Total


97,861,463


76,390,887


66,533,749


30,708,055


226,937,775


498,431.929







1 Mineral Eesources U. S. for 1882, p. 116.



» Mineral Resources V. S. for 1891, p. 41.



3498



UNITED STATES S?



Shipments and receipts of Lake Superior ore. — ^During 1910, 43,442,-
397 long tons of iron ore were shipi)ed from the Lake Superior district.
Of this total 813,639 tons were snipped by raU, the remainder being
Lake shipments. Details concerning the shipments and receipts of
these ores are given in the foUowing tables, which are taken from the
Iron Trade Review:

Shipments of Lake Superior iron ore, 1905-1910, in long tons."



Shipping port.


1906.


1906.


1907-


1908.


1909.


1910.


Two Harbors .


7,779,850
5,307,938
8,807,669
3,486,344
2,977,828
5,118,386


8,180,125
5,861,050
11,220,218
3,388,106
2,791,033
6,083,067


8,188,906
5,761,988
13, 448, 736
3,436,867
3,013,826
7,440,386


5,702,237
3,351.602
8,808,168
2,613,670
1,487,487
3,664,030


9,181,132
6,747,801
13,470,603
3,834,207
2,909,461
6,540,605


8,271,177




4,959,726


Duluth


13, 640, 166


Ashland


4,094,374




3,248,516


Superior .


8,414,799






Total


33,476,904
907,212


37,513,689
1,052,173


41, 290, 709
976,959


26,427,094
687, 893


41,683,699
903, 270


42,628,758


All-rail shipments


813,639






Grand total


34, 384, 116


38,666,762


42,266,668


26,014,987


42, 586, 869


43,442,397







a Iron Trade Review.
Iron-ore receipts at Lake Erie ports, 1905-1910, in long tons."'



Port.



Ashtabula, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

Conneaut, Ohio

Buffalo and Tonawanda, N. Y.

Erie, Pa

Fairport, Ohio

Toledo, Ohio

Lorain, Ohio

Huron, Ohio

Sandusky, Ohio

Total



1905.



6,373,779
6,864,746
6,327,662
3,774,928
2,112,476
2,008,621
1,006,865
1,605,823
826,278
61,202



28,941,259



1906.



6,833,362
6,604,661
5,432,370
4,928,331
1,986,539
1,861,498
1,423,741
2,191,965
778, 463
35,847



32,076,757



1907.



7,621,859
6,496,998
5,876,937
6,680,438
2,294,239
2,437,649
1,314,140
2,621,025
971,430
83,043



35,196,768



1908.



3,012,064
4,240,816
4,798,631
2, 836, 099

828,602
1,618,961

680, 663
2,286,388

213,377



20,414,491



1909.



8,056,941
6,061,342
7,007,834
5,002,235
1,235,057
1,734,277
1,374,224
2,796,856
243,082
11,088



33,612,936



1910.



9,620,638
6,344,943
6,309,548
4,704,439

942,592
1,616,434
1,225,202
2.884,738

197,951



33,746,485



« Iron Trade Review.



The following table shows the total quantity of iron ore shipped
from the Lake Superior district since 1854, the date of the opening of
the Marquette range, the oldest of the Lake Superior ranges. This
table gives the shipments as collected by the Iron Trade Review and
is inserted for comparison with the table giving the total production
of the Lake Superior district, without regard to shipments:



Shipments of


iron ore from the Lake Superior region, 1854-1910, in long tons.


Year.


Quantity.


Year.


Quantity.


Year.


Quantity.


1864


3,000

1,449

36,343

25,646

15,876

68,832

114,401

49,909

124,169

203,055

243,127

236,208

278,796

473,667

491,449

617,444

830,940

779,607

900,901

1,162,458


1874


919,657
891,257
992,764
1,015,087
1,111,110
1,375,691
1,908,746
2,306,605
2,965,412
2,363,288
2,618,692
2,466,372
3,668,022
4,730,577
6,063,693
7,292,764
9,012,379
7,062,233
9,069,656
6,060,492


1894


7,748,932


1856


1875.


1896


10,429,037


1856


1876




9,934,828


1857


1877


1897


12,469,638


1868


1878




14,024,673
18,261,804


1859


1879


1899


1860


1880


1900


19,059,393


1861


1881


1901


20,589,237


1862


1882




27,571,121


1863


1883..


1903


24,289,878


1864


1884


1904


21,822,839


1866 ■


1885


1905


34,384,116


1866


1886


1906


38,565,762


1867


1887


1907


42,266,668


1868


1888


1908


26,014,987


1869


1889


1909


42,586,869


1870


1890


1910


43,442,397


1871


1891.


Total




1872


1892. .


492,793,642


1873


1893













UNITED STATES STEEL, COEPOEATION.



3499



Stocks of iron ore at Lake Erie ports. — ^At the close of navigation in
1910 the stocks of iron ore at the Lake Erie ports exceeded those of
the same date ta 1909 by 461,092 tons; and the stocks of 1909 ex-
ceeded those of 1908 by 524,256 tons.

The folio-wing statistics from the Iron Trade ReYiew contain data
as to the stocks of iron ore at the Lake Erie ports at the close of navi-
gation and at the opening of navigation for the last six years :

Stocks of iron ore at lower Lake ports, December 1, 1905-1910, in long tonsfi



Port.



AsMabula, OMo
Cleveland, Ohio.
Fairport, Ohio..

Erie, Pa

Lorain, Ohio

Conneaut, Ohio.
Toledo, Ohio....

Huron, Ohio

Buffalo, N.Y...
Sandusky, Ohio.

Total



At close of navigation, December 1 —



1,689,961
1,330,619
769,961
664,961
271,696
976,976
368,024
208,023
315, 780
62,977



6,438,967



1906.



1,831,312

1,224,606

690, 783

682,631

336,321

1,067,424

281,000

246,499

316,412

17,467



6,262,466



1907.



2,056,820

1,281,336

523,981

662,219

366,271

1,090,774

518,645

415, 730

435,407

44,546



7,385,728



1908.



2,293,631

1,458,392

836,821

730, 630

426,274

1,296,676

690,926

468, 158

316,148

36, 079



;, 441, 533



1909.



8,966,789



1910.



2,594,369


3,287,816


1,647,142


1,638,795


867,640


839,970


788,046


792,011


407,129


269,448


1,411,002


1,329,997


332,456


433,215


477,333


375,118


501,125


462,783


39, 667


17,728



9,426,881



a Iron Trade Eeview, May 13, 1909, May 12, 1910, and May 18, 1911.

/
Stocks of iron ore at lower Lake ports. May 1, 1906-1911, in long tonsfi



At opening of navigation. May 1-



1906.



1907.



1909.



1911.



Ashtabula, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio.
Fairport, Ohio. .

Erie, Pa

Lorain, Ohio

Conneaut, Ohio.
Toledo, Ohio. . .

Hiu-on, Ohio

Buffalo, N.Y...
Sandusky, Ohio.

Total



462,564
350,382
266, 162
169,488
140,462
148,528
62,560
80, 738
90,906
29,320



568,485
447,573
154,246
189,276
176,300
139,853
147,397
98,106
50,313
5,439



1,799,
1,029,
225,
595,
327,
462,
217,
392,
388,
42,



1,392,430
1,018,056
562,679
667,029
362,096
497,203
380,675
379,364
189,209
31,628



1,609,931
986,725
541,299
560, 187
205,445
461, 365
366,631
336,693
364, 336
22,468



2,277,931
1,502,858
633,485
663,778
346,849
419, 421
383,761
273,042
347, 702
11,458



1,791,090



1,976,9



6,480,300



6,370,268



5,444,080



6,850,286



a Iron Trade Eeview, May 13, 1909, May 12, 1910, and May 18, 1911.

Prices of Lake Superior iron ore. — In the following table are given
the prices of Lake Superior iron ore at the lower Lake ports during
1909 and 1910.

The base for the Bessemer ore is a metallic iron content of 55 per
cent; that of the non-Bessemer ore is a metallic iron content of 51.5
per cent.

Base prices per long ton of Lake Superior iron ore at lower Lake ports, 1909-1910.





1909.


1910.O




1909.


lOlO.a


Old range:

Bessemer


$4.60
3.70


S5.0Q
4.20


Mesabi:

"ReRtsRmer


JS4.26
3.60


$4.7S






4.00









o Iron Trade Eeview, Jan. 13, 1910.



3500



UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION.



FOREIGN TRADE IN IRON ORE.

IMPORTS.

The quantity of iron ore imported into the United States in 1910
exceeded the Lmports of any year heretofore recorded. The imports
of 1910 exceeded those of 1909 by 53 per cent. About 56 per cent of
the imports were from Cuba, about 17 per cent from Spain, about 10
per cent from Sweden, and the bulk of the rest was from Newfound-
land, the imports from which decreased 7 per cent from those of 1909.
The statistics with regard to imports are furnished by the Bureau of
Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor.

In the following table are shown the imports of iron ore from the
various countries from 1907 to 1910, inclusive:

Quantity and value oj iron ore imported into the United States in the calendar years
1907-1910, by countries, in long tons.



Country.



Cuba

Spain

French Africa

Greece

Newfoundland and

Labrador

United Kingdom ...

Germany

Netherlands

Canada

Belgium

Russia in Europe

Sweden

other countries



Total 1,229,168



Quan-
tity.



667,133

296,318

65,940

23,800

89,685

5,765

273

600

26,878
126



62,751



Value.



1,522,710
760,801
262,897
42,927

97,735
16,491
2,096
3,673
61,328
1,102



579,668
126,074



185,723



Quan-
tity.



81,766,091
331,070



4,850

48,285

2,028

602



6,013
1



4,617
6,760



Value.



5,311

48,286

32,027

4,052



16,321
28



15,783
15,280



Quan-
tity.



927, 774

291,547

37,208

19, 080

224,395

869

3



27,165
3

32,010
120,564
114,349



3,937,483 776,898 2,224,248 1,694,967 4,579,078 2,591,031 7,832,225



Value.



S2,681,028

664,460

67,516

21,782

330,066

12, 846

100



84, 613

179

62, 418

627,315

26, 760



1910.



Quan-
tity.



1,461,096

439,868

15,471

39,060

209,006

11,388

3



96,006
168

12,570
269,911
6 67,496



Value.



$4,459,789

1,040,689

36,791

71,951

343,892

52,591

58



261,086

644

48,279

1,391,976

134,579



a Other countries in 1909: Colombia and Mexico.

6 Other countries In 1910: Chinese Empire, Colombia, Egypt, British South Africa, etc.

The following table shows the imports of iron ore into the United
States from 1907 to 1910, inclusive, oy ports of entry:

Quantity and value oj iron ore imported into the United States in the calendar years
1907-1910, by customs districts, in long tons.





1907.


1908. 1909.


1910.


Customs district.


Quan-
tity.


Value.


Quan-
tity.


Value.


Quan-
tity.


Value.


Quan-
tity.


Value.


Baltimore . . .


639,602

479

500

7,406


$2,436,457
2,071
3,673
19,989


248,875

21

600

4,392

1,355

516,619


$844,436 628,577
61 ''


$1,838,762
29


1,137,916
235


13,575,059
853


Boston


Charleston


3,070
17,424
23, 637






New York . .


47,286


93,277


78,656


213,282


Perth Amboy




554, 104
100


1,422,503
630


1,318,182


991,983


2,659,760


1,269,180


3,775,770


.'^avn.nnfl^


Chicago










7,679


22 610


Los Angeles






51


501








Puget Sound


1,976

100

172

5

18, 866


6,365

832

96

20

33,393






25,000


47,750


San Francisco


50


446








Buffalo Creek


141

40

3,500

25

4,000

18,106

596


489

75

16,250

777

16,700

46,106

2,310


4,200
29


4,473




10
1,712


30
3,030


73


Cuyahoga




Detroit


306


765


Erie


5,400


9,658










2,569

23

23

676

22


9,403
40
60

3,768
170


63,966

2,343

26

137


172,824

11,166

75


Niagara


292


652






i67


1,244


455


2,054


1,609


St. Louis


Genesee






17
225


895
2,694


10
1,449


553


Other districts










5,463














Total


1,229,168


3,937,483


776,898




4,679,078


2,591,031


7 832, 22S






'





UNITED STATES STEEL CORPOEATION.



3501



In the following table is shown the importation of iron ore into the
United States as far as has been recorded. Iron ore was imported
from Europe in large quantities for the first time in 1879, most of the
ore prior to that date coming from Canada.

Imports of iron ore into the United States, 1872-1910, in long tons.



Year.


Quantity.


Year.


Quantity.


Year.


Quantity.


1872


23,733

45,981

57,987

56,655

17,284

30,669

28,212

160,197

284,141

493,408

782,887

589,655

490,875

487,820


1885


390,786

1,039,433

1,194,301

687,470

853,673

1,246,830

912,864

806,585

626,961

167,307

624,163

682,806

489,970

187,208


1899


674,082

897,831

966,950

1,165,470

980,440

487,613

846,651

1,060,390

1,229,168

776,898

1,694,957

2,691,031


1873


1886


1900


1874


1887


1901


1876


1888


1902


1876


1889


1903


1877


1890


1904 . . .


1878


1891


1906


18790


1892


1906... .


1879 6 . .


1893 , . :


1907


1880


1894


1908... .


1881


1895


1909


1882


1896


1910... .


1883


1897




1884


1898











a Fiscal years end.



6 Calendar years begin.



EXPORTS.



The quantity of iron ore exported from the United States in 1910
amounted to 644,875 long tons, an increase of more than 41 per cent
over iron-ore exports in 1909.

In the following table is shown the exportation of iron ore from
the United States, by customs districts, from 1907 to 1910, inclusive.
The data regarding exports are collected by the Bureau of Statistics,
Department of Commerce and Labor.

Quantity and value of iron ore exported from the United States in the calendar years,
1907-1910, by customs districts, in long tons.





1907.


1908.


1909.


1910.


Customs district.


Quan-
tity.


Value.


Quan-
tity.


Value.


Quan-
tity.


Value.


Quan-
tity.


Value.


Newport News


77


S419














Pavannf^h . ,










10


75


Norfolk and Portsmoutii


18
206


240
1,098






3


$27














Buffalo Creek..


26

7,359

4

52,609

3,097

244,408

1,697


S140

22,617

46

187,069

7,289

789,306

6,667


336
9,417


1,506
27,170


1,203
19,941


6,064




14,856

4

43,613

60

219,761

114


44,696

47

160,722

195

565,644

462


71,740


Detroft




Dulutti


129,231

6,887

306,270


471,088

21,819

830,415


187,042

2,848

415,396


660, 654




12,956


Superior


1,283,824






Pngfit: ffo'lTid


3,790


13,300


18,435


48,861














Total—


278,608


763,422


309,099


1,012,924


455,934


1,365,325


644,875


2,074,164



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The quantity of iron ore exported from the United States, as far as
has been recorded, is shown in the following table :

Exports of iron ore from ihe United States, 1899-1910, in long tons.





Year.


Quantity.


1899


40,665
51,460
64,703
88,445
80,611
213,865


1900 .


1901 ,


1902


1903


1904 - - -







Quantity.




455,934
644,875



rRON-OBE INDTJSTBY OF CUBA.

The irpn ores which haTe been mined in Cuba up to the present
time consist largely of hematite and magnetite and are obtaiaed
near Santiago, m the Province of Oriente (Santiago). Kecently
large deposits of brown ore have been attracting considerable atten-
tion, especially those of the Mayari and the Moa fields, in Oriente
Province, and those of the Cubitas field, in Camaguey Province. No
ores of this type were reported as mined in 1909, but there was a
considerable production m 1910. Several interesting papers have
been published by the American Institute of Mining Engiaeers on
Cuban iron ores within the last year, and these are listed in the
bibliography at the end of this chapter.

The following table shows the shipments of iron ore from Cuba since
the opening of the mines in 1884. The statistics of the Cuban iron-ore
production were collected by the United States Geological Survey.

Shipments of iron ore from mines in the Province of Oriente (Santiago), X884-1910, in

long tons.



Year.


Juragua
Iron Co.

(Limited).


Sigua Iron
Co.


Spanish-
Amerioan
Iron Co.


Cuban Steel
Ore Co.


Ponupo
Manganese


Total.


1884


25,295

80, 716
112,074

94,240
206,061
260,291
363,842
264,262
335,236
337,155
156,826
307,503
298,885
'■248,256

83,696
161,783
154,871
199,764
221,039
155,898

31,162
139,828
133,379
181,063
366,580
356,669
31P,814










25,295


1885










80,716


1886










112,074


1887










94,240


1888










206,061


1889










260,291


1890










363,842


1891










264,262


1892


6,418
14,020








341,654


1893








351,176


1894








166,828


1895




74,991
114,110

!> 206,029
84,643
215,406
292,001

e 334, 833
455,106
467,723
356,111
421,331
507,195
500,330
462,854
514,066
934,092






382,494


1896








412,996


1897








464,285


1898








168,339


1899








377,189


1900








449,872


1901




17,651
23,590




662,248


1902






699,734


1903






623,621


1904








387,273


1905








561,169


1906








640,674


1907








681,393


1908








819,434


1909






69,721
165,008


930,446


1910






1,417,914











o Of this quantity, 5,932 tons were sent to Piotou, Nova Scotia.
b Of tliis quantity, 51,537 tons were sent to foreign ports,
c Of this quantity, 12,691 tons were sent to foreign ports.



UNITED STATES STEEL, CORPORATION.



3503



WORLD'S PBODUCTION OF IRON ORE.

The latest available statistics with regard to the world's production
of iron ore are shown in the following table. Of the figures in this
table, those for the United States, Great Britain, Cuba, Canada, India,
and Austraha are in long tons ; those for the other countries are in
metric tons.

World's proditction of iron ore in 1908 and 1909, by countries.



Country.



1908.



1909.



■ United States

Germany and Luxemburg

United Kingdom

Spain

France

Russia

Sweden

Austria-Hungary

Canada

Newfoundland

Cuba

Algeria

Tunis

Greece

Italy

Belgium

China ti

India

Japan

Norway

Australia



Tons.
35,924,771
24,278,161
15,031,025
9,271,692
10,057,145

(a)

4,713,160

4,718,700

212,673

935,164

930,446

943,424

148,000

616,368

639,120

188,780

133,458

72,300

119,656
56,194



Tom.
51,155,437
25,606,000
14,979,979

C)
11,890,000



m

239,324

<:991,115

1,417,914

891,000

218,000

531,000
200,000

83,466



" Not available.

t> Austria produced 2,490,000 tons. Figures for Hungary not available.



c Shipments.
d Exports.



IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY OF THE UNITED STATES.



PRODTTCTION AND VALXJE OF PIG IRON BY STATES.

The production of pig iron in 1910 amounted to 27,303,567 long
tons, valued f. o. b. at the furnaces at $425,115,235, as compared
with 25,795,471 long tons, valued at $419,175,000, in 1909, an
increase in quantity of 1,508,096 tons and in value of $5,940,235.
The average value per ton in 1910 was $15.57 and in 1909 it was
$16.25, a decrease in 1910 of 68 cents per ton. The figures of output
of pig iron and steel given herewith are the official statistics of the
American Iron and Steel Association, pubHshed by James M. Swank,

feneral manager of the association, in his annual statistical reports.'
'he values of pig iron for 1907, 1908, and 1910 were reported to the
United States Geological Survey by the manufacturers, and represent
the approximate value f. o. b. at the furnaces, therefore elimmating
freight costs, commissions, etc., which are included in the market prices
of pig iron as pubhshed in the trade journals. The value for 1909 is
an estimate made on a basis similar to that used in estimating the
values prior to 1907. The production of pig iron includes the pig iron,
ferromanganese, spiegeleisen, etc., produced from foreign as well as
domestic ore, since there are no data at present available for separat-
ing out the production derived from domestic ore. The quantity and
vdue of blast furnace products derived from ore imported from Cuba,
Spain, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Sweden is considerable.



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but, of course, it constitutes a very small percentage of the total
production.

The following table shows the quantity and approximate value of
pig iron production in the United States in 1909 and 1910, and the
increase or decrease, both by totals and percentages, for the various
producing States:

Quantity and value of pig iron produced in the United States in 1909 and 1910, by States,

in long tons.



State.



1909.



Quantity.



Value.



Quantity.



Value.



Increase (+) or de-
crease (— ) in 1910.



Quantity.



Value.



Percentage of

increase (+) or

decrease (— ) in

1910.



Quan-
tity.



Value.



Alabama

Illinois

Kentucky

Maryland

New Jersey

New York

OMo

Pennsylvania. .

Tennessee

Virginia

West Virginia. .

Calilomia

Colorado

Missouri

Oregon

WaSiington

Connecticut

Massachusetts. .

Georgia

Texas

Indiana

Michigan

Minnesota

Wisconsin



1,763,

2,467,

86,

286,

294,

1,733,

6,651,

10,918,

333,

391,

228,



822,222,

44,211,

1,398,

4,673,

4,473:

27,392;

93,321,

176,429,

4,647

5,683;

3,835



382,766

18,388
26,072
964,289
348, 177



7,370,000

660,000

442,000

17,670.000

6,859,000



939,147
675,646
100,609
326, 214
264,781
938,407
762,112
272,323
397,569
444,976
174,661



428,612

16,582

14,725

1,250,103



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