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District of Columbia-continued.
Population, by nativity: 1880, 1870..

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453
Population, by race: 1880, 1870

XXIV

382, 383
Population of minor civil divisions..

XIX

82
Principal vegetable productions ...

XLVII

754, 755
School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age XLI

566
and for all ages.
Statement relative to abandoned canals in the

XCIII

1309
Statement relative to the steam craft of the..............

LXXXIX 1290, 1291
Dodge, J. R., appointment of, as special agent.

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Drainage basins. Distribution of population by..

VI

9, 10
Dwellings: 1880, 1870, 1800, 1850......

CVIII

1414
Dwellings, families, and population in 100 principal cities.......

CIX 1416, 1417
Dyeing and finishing textiles: Special statistics of manufactures..

LIV 1128, 1129

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Educational statistica. See Public schools and Illiteracy.
Elevation above sea level. Distribution of population in
Enteric fever. Deaths caused by........

VII

10
CLVIII 1729–1731

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Factory system. Appointment of Colonel Carroll D. Wright as special

agent on the.
Families: 1880, 1870, 1860, 1850 .

CVIII
Families, dwellings, and population of 100 principal cities....

CIX
Farms, acres of improved land, and farm values. Summary by states XLIV

and territories of the number of.
Farm areas and farm values, by counties.....

XLV
Farm values and farm areas, by connties.

XLV
Farm values. Summary by states and territories of the number of farms, XLIV

acres of improved land, and.
Feeblo-minded, training-schools for the, idiots in, by sex, nativity, and CXLVIII

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Felt goods: Power osed in manufacture

LVI
Felt goods: Special statistics of manufactures

LIV
Fover, enteric. Deaths caused by

CLVIII
Fover, scarlet. Deaths caused by

CLVIII
Finishing and dyeing textiles: Special statistics of manufactures

LIV
Fire and marine insurance
Assets

CXVIII
Classification and capital stock

CXVII
Income and expenditures

CXX
Liabilities

CXIX
Ratiog of the business

CXXIII
Remarks on.
Risks written and risks in force

CXXII
Surplus and deficiencies

CXXI
Fish Commission. Professor Baird, president of
Fisheries

Discussion on the United States...
Of tbe loited States. Statistics of the

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Florida (see also general and United States tables):
Aggregate population, by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860

XVIII
Assessed valuation, and stato, county, city, etc., taxation, by CXXV

counties.
Debt, by counties

CXXX
Farm areas and farın values, by counties

XLV
Livestock and its productions, by counties.

XLIX
Manufactures, by selected industries

LI
Manufactures, by totals of conaties.

LII
Native and foreign-born population, by counties, distributed, XXXI

according to place of birth, among certain specified states
of the United States anu foreign countries.

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Florida continued.
Population, by nativity and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860.

XXV

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Population, by race and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860...

XXIII

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Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXVI

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by nativity: 1880, 1870.
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXIV 382, 383 I

by race: 1880, 1870.
Population of minor civil divisions..

XIX

82-85 I
Principal vegetable productions, by counties

XLVII

754, 755

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School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age XLI

567 I
and for all ages, by counties.
Statement relative to canals in operation in

XCII 1304, 1305 IT
Statement relative to the steam craft of ..

LXXXIX 1992, 1233
Flouring- and grist-mill products: Power used in manufacture

LVI

1221 II
Flouring, and grist-mill products: Special statistics of manufactures... LIV 1130, 1131 II
Foreign parentage

1405-1409
Foreign-born parents ...............................

CVII 1408, 1409 n
Remarks on

1406, 1407
Foreign-born and native, population as: 1880, 1870, 1860 ...

XX

332
Foreign-born and native population, by counties, distributed, according XXXI 1 488-541

to place of birth, among certain specified states of the United

States and foreign countries,
Foreign-born population in the United States and in each state and XXX 482-457 I

territory. Nativities of.
Foreign-born population of fifty principal cities, distributed, according XXXIII 546-551

to place of birth, among the various foreign countries.
Forestry and the lumbering industry. Professor C. S. Sargent ap-

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pointed as special agent on.
Forges and blooiaries: Special statistics of manufactures of iron and LIV 1142, 1143 II

steel.
Fruits, orchard, tobacco, and hops. Appointment of special agent on

IXX I
Furnaces, blast: Special statistics of manufactures of iron and steel ... LIV

1138-141 I
G.
Gannott, Henry, report of, to Superintendent, relative to taking the

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cengus of South Carolina.
General statistics of agriculture, by states and territories: 1880, 1870, XLIII 630-683

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1860, 1850.
Goneral statistics of the quarrying industries of the United States LXIX 1244, 1245

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Geological survey, Clarence King, director of, aid rendered by

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Georgia (see also general and United States tables):
Aggregate population, by counties : 1880, 1870, 1860 ..

XVIII 21-23
Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by counties CXXV 1521-1596 II
Debt, by counties....

CXXX 1585-1588

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Farm areas and farm values, by countien.

XLV 693-696
Live stock and its productions, by counties.

XLIX 816-51
Manufactures, by selected industries

LI

9.78, 359
Manufactures, by totals of counties.....

LII
96-97

II
Nativa and foreign-born population, by countios, distributed, XXXI 490-4931

according to place of birth, among certain specified states

of the United States and foreign countries.
Population, by nativity and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860 ....... XXV 413-413
Population, by race and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860.

XXIII 341-343
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXVI

hy nativity: 1880, 1870.
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXIV

by race: 1880, 1870.
Popnlation of minor civil divisions ......

XIX

83-97
Principal vegetable productions, by counties.

XLVII 764-759
Scbool, military, and citizenship ages, with ser for the school XLI

567-500 I
ago and for all ages, by counties.
Statement relative to abandoned canals in..

XCIII

1308
Statement relative to canals in operation in

XCII 1304, 1305
Statement relative to the steam craft of

LXXXIX | 1294, 125

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Glass and coke. Appointment of J. D. Weeks ag special agent on.
Glass: Special statistics of manufactures
Glass, green : Special statistics of manufactures
Glass, plate: Special statistics of manufactures
Glass, window: Special statistics of manufactures
Glassware: Special statistics of mannfactures
Gold and silvor, average product of. per capita and per square mile..
Gold and silver product of the United States....
Gold, percentage of placer, and gold from deep mines, in total gold product.
Gooclt", Professor G. B. Aid rendered by
Gordon, Clarence, appointment of, as special agent..
Green glass: Special statistics of manufactures
Grist- and fouring-mill products: Power used in manufactures
Grist. and flouring-mill products: Special statistics of manufactures
Ground salt: Special statiatics of manufacturey

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LIX

1208-1211
1210, 1211
1210, 1211
1210, 1211
1208, 1209

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1230, 1231

1233
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1210, 1211

1221
1130, 1131
1170, 1171

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Hall, Henry, appointment of, as special agent
Harrington, George D., chief clerk..
Hats, wool: Power used in manufacture

LVI
Hats, wool: Special statistics of manufactures..

LIV
Hawes, George W., appointment of, as special agent
Hilgard, Professor E. W., appointment of, as special agent..
Hops, orchard fruits, tobacco. Appointment of special agent on.
Hosiery and knit goods : Power used in manufacture...

LVI
Hosiery and knit goods: Special statistics of manufactures...

LIV
Hospitals and asylams for the insane, by sex, nativity, and race. Idiots in CXLVII
Hospitals and asylams for the same, by sex, nativity, and race. Insane in. CXLVI
Houses of correction and workhouses, prisoners in, by sex, nativity, CLV

and race.
Hypsometric groups of population

VII
I.
Idaho (see also general and United States tables):
Aggregate population, by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860

XVITI
Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by counties. CXXV
Debt, by counties

CXXX
Farm areas and farm values, by connties

XLV
Live stock and its productions, by counties

XLIX
Manufactures, by selected industries....

LIT
Manufactures, by totals of counties

LIT
Native and foreign-born population, by counties, distributed, XXXI

according to place of birth, among certain specified statos

of the United States and foreign countries.
Population, by nativity and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860

XXV
Population, by race and by counties: 1890, 1870, 1800

XXIII
Principal vegetable productions, by counties....

XLVII
School, military, and citizenship ages, with gex for the school age XLI

and for all ages, by countios.
Idiots, by sex, nativity, and race ......

CXXXIX
Idiots, classified according to places where found

CXLIX
Idiots in hospitals and asylums for the insane, by sex, nativity, and race. CXLVII
Idiots, insane, blind, and deaf-mates, by sex, nativity, and race: 1880, CXLIV

1870, 1800, 1850.
Idiots in training-schools for the feeble-minded, by sex, nativity, and race. CXLVIII
Illinois (see also general and United States tables) :
Aggregate population, by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860.........

XVIII
Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by

CXIV
countios.
Debt, by counties ....

CXXX
Farm areas and farm values, by counties

XLV
Livestock and its productions, by conoties

XLIX
Manufactures, by selected industries

LII

23, 24
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1623

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852, 853

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Illinois-continued.
Manufactures, by totals of counties

LII 960, 961
Nativo and foreign-bom population, by connties, distributed, XXXI 499-501

according to place of birth, among certain specified states

of the United States and foreign countries. Population, by nativity and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860

XXV 415-417 Population, by race and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860

XXIII 344, 345 Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and apward, XXVI 453, 434

by nativity: 1880, 1870. Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, by XXIV

race: 1880, 1870. Population of minor civil divisions ....

XIX 97-113 Principal vegetable productions, by counties

XLVII 700-763 School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age XLI 570, 571

and for all ages, by counties. Statement relative to cabals in operation in

XCII 1306, 1307 Statement relative to the steam craft of .......

LXXXIX 1280, 1281 Illiteracy.......

1643-1656 By states and territories: 1880, 1870, 1860...

CXXXVII 1645-1656 Implements, agricultural: Special statistics of manufactures

LIV 1098-1103 Improved land, number of farms, and farm values. Summary by states XLIV 684,685

and territories of the acres of. Increase of population. Percentage of..

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6 Indebtedness, public....

1567-1626 Indian, civilized, population of the United States, by sex and general XXXVIII 558

nativity. Indian tribos, statistics of, appointment of Major John W. Powell as

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special agent on.
Indians, civilized, Chinese and Japanese: 1880, 1870, 1860

XXII
Indiana (see also general and United States tables):
Aggregate population, by countios: 1880, 1870, 1860

XVIII 25-27
Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by CXXV 1543, 1544

counties. Debt, by counties ...

CXXX 1603. 1604 Farm areas and farm values, by counties.

ILV 698-700 Live stock and its productions, by counties

XLIX 856-859 Manufactures, by selected industries........

LII 965, 966 Manufactures, by totals of counties

LI

903-965 Native and foreign-born population, by countios, distributed, XXXI 501-503

according to place of birth, among certain specified states

of the United States and foreign countries. Population, by nativity and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1800. ...... XXV 417, 418 Population, by race and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860

XXIII 346, 347 Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, by XXVI

454 pativity: 1880, 1870. Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, by XXIV 384,385

race: 1880, 1870. Population of minor civil divisions

XIX 115-125 Principal vegetable productions, by counties.

XLVII 764-767 School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age XLI 572, 573

and for all ages, by counties. Statement relative to abandonod canals in.........

XCIII

1309 Statement relative to the steam craft of

LXXXIX 1284, 1255 Industries. Manufactures in each state and territory, by totals of coun. LI 344-1029

tion and by selected. Industries. Manufactures of the United States, by specified

LI 932-943 Industries, mechanical, mining, and manufacturing, persons engaged

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1357 in, by states and territories. Industries, mechanical, mining, and mannfacturing, persons engaged си 1366, 1367

in, by states and territories, with age, sex, and nativity. Industries, mechanical, nining, and manufacturing, persons engaged

CV 1398, 1999 in, in fifty principal cities, with age, sex, and nativity.

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Industries, mechanical, mining, and manufacturing, persons engaged CIV 1378-1389

in the principal (selected) occupations of, by states and terri.

tories.
Industries, mechanical, mining, and manufacturing, persons engaged CIII 1372-1377

in, with detail of occupation, and with age, sex, and nativity.
Industries, mining

xxviii
Industries. Power used in manufacture, by states and territories, and by. LV

1219
Industries. Power used in manufacture in the United States in certain. LVI 1220-1226
Industries. Special statistics of manufactures for principal....

LIV 1098-1211
Inmatos of reformatories, by sex, nativity, and race

CLIV 1697, 1698
Insane, by sex, nativity, and race .....

CXXXVIII 1671
Insane, classified according to places where found

CXLV
Insane, idiots, blind, and deaf-mutes, by sex, nativity, and race: 1880, CXLIV 1677

1870, 1860, 1850.
Insane in hospitals and asylums for the same, by sex, nativity, and race. CXLVI 1679-1682
Insurance, fire and marine

1455-1505
Insurance, life

1431-1454
Introductory remarks
lowa (see also general and United States tables):
Aggregate population, by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860....

XVIII 27, 28
Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by CXXV 1550, 1551

counties.
Debt, by counties.....

CXXX 1610, 1611
Farm areas and farm values, by counties

XLV 700-702
Live stock and its productions, by counties

XLIX 858-863
Manufactures, by selected industries

LII

968
Manufactures, by totals of counties

LIL

966-968
Native and foreign-born population, by counties, distributed, XXXI 503, 504

according to place of birth, among certain specified states

of the United States and foreign countries.
Population, by nativity and by counties : 1880, 1870, 1860

XXV 418-420
Population, by race and by counties : 1880, 1870, 1860.....

XXIII 347-349
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXVI

454
by nativity: 1880, 1870.
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXIV 384-387

by race: 1880, 1870.
Population of minor civil divisions

XIX 126-140
Principal vegetable productions, by counties ..

XLVII 766-771
School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age XLI 573-575

and for all ages, by counties.
Statement relative to the steam craft of

LXXXIX 1282, 1283
Iron and steel: Power used in manufacture

LVI

1222
Iron and steel: Special statistics of manufactures

LIV 1136–1157
Iron, manufactures of, James M. Swank appointed as special agent on ..

xxxi
Iron ore: Mineral products by certain industrial fields

LXVIU 1242, 1243
Iron vessels: Special statistics of shipbuilding ...

LIV 1182, 1183
Isler, Captain J. B., assistant special agent, aid rendered by, in re-enu.

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meration of South Carolina.
Isohyetal groups of population..

XIV, XV 12
Isothermal groups of population

IX-XIII

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Jaile, inmates of. See Defective, dependent, and delinquent classes.
Japanese and Chinese population of the United States, by sex and gen-

eral nativity.
Japanese, Chinese, and civilized Indians: 1880, 1870, 1860..
Jersey City. Manufactures of ...........
Juvenile reformatories, inmates of, by sex, nativity, and race

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Aggregate population, by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860 ....
Assessed valuation, and stato, county, city, etc., taxation, by

counties.

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