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Bonds, registered. Exhibit showing the amounts of United States 1 CXXVII 1569 IT

registered bonds held by individuals and by banks, etc. Book publishing interests, newspapers, and periodicals. Appointment

mix 1 of special agent on. Boots and shoes: Special statistics of manufactures ....

LIV

1104, 1105 I Boston. Manufactures of.........

LII 1034-1039
Brewer, Professor W. H., appointment of, as special agent..
Brick and tile: Special statistics of manufactures.

LIV 1106, 1107 II Brooklyn. Manufactures of.....

LII 1038-1043 IT Buffalo. Manufactures of.....

LIII 1042-1045 II Building stone of the United States. Professor J. S. Newberry appointed

Xxxi special agent; George W. Hawes appointed as special agent. Butter and cheese: Special statistics of manufactores....

LIV 1110-1113' n Butterfield, F. G., report of, to Superintendent, relatire to re-enumera

Iris I tion of certain townships in South Carolina.

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

XVIII

16,17 1 Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by CXXV

1561 II countios. Debt, by counties

CXXX 1020, 1021 II Farm areas and farm ralues, by counties..

XLV

I Live stock and its productions, by counties

XLIX 838-841 I Manufactures, by selected industries...

LII

948, 949 Manufactures, by totals of counties

LI

947. 948 Native and foreign-born populatiou, by counties, distributed, XXXI 491, 492 1

according to place of birth, among certain specified states

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

XXV 408, 409 1 Population, by race and by conuties: 1880, 1870, 1860.....

XXIII 337, 338 1 Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXVI

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

380, 381 1 by race: 1880, 1870. Population of minor civil divisions ..

XIX

75-79 1 Principal vegetable productions, by counties

XLVII 746–749 I School, military, and citizenship ages, with sor for the school age XLI 563, 564 I

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

LXXXLX1294, 1295 I Canal-boats: Special statistics of abipbuilding

LIV 1182, 1183 I Canals

1392–1309 I Statement of the canals operated by states and corporations in the XCII 1302-1807 Il

United States.
Statement of the length and recorded cost of construction of all XCII

1308, 1369
the important abandoned canals in the United States.
Carpeta, other than rag: Special statistics of manufactures...

LIV 1108, 1109 DI Carpets : Power used in manufacture

LVI

1220 Census. Appointment of Francis A. Walker as Superintendent of

uvi, I Cengus. Date of appointment of Chas. W. Seaton as Superintendent

of. See title page. Census, each (1790-1880), aggregate population of the United States at.. II

I Census, each, urban population of the United States at...

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8i 1 Census. Extract from report of the Secretary of the Interior regarding

1 the. C'eusus law. Discussion of features of.

Mv Census of South Carolina. Documents relating to the taking of.

liv Census, Report of Snperintendent of, November 15, 1879....

vi i Census, Report of Superintendent of, December 1, 1880.....

vii I Consus, Report of Superintendent of, November 1, 1881

1 Census, Superintendent of, report of the, relative to taking of the census

liv 1 of South Carolina. Census, Tonth, disbursements on account of the, to October 31, 1481

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Census, Tenth. Discussion of laws governing it and previous censuses.

xxxiii
Census, Tenth. Discussion of progress of work on the

xli
Census. Tenth. Population of the United States at the

xlii
Censuses. Act to provide for the taking of the Tenth and subsequent..

xvii
Center of population in 1880....

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Cereal production. Appointment of Professor W. H. Brewer as special

agent on.
Cheese and butter: Special statistics of manufactures

LIV 1110-1113
Choinical manufacturing industries. Appointment of William H. Row.

xxxix
land as special agent on.
Chemical products: Special statistics of manufactures...

LIV 1114-1123
Chicago. Manufactures of...

LIII 1040-1051
Chief clerk, George D. Harrington..

xxvi
Chief clerk, C. W. Seaton ......

xxvi
Chinese and Japanese population of the United States, by sex and gen. XXXVII

557
eral nativity.
Chinese, Japanese, and civilized Indians: 1880, 1870, 1860...

XXII

334
Chorches, schools, and libraries. Appointment of special agent on..

xxxix
Cincinnati. Manufactures of

LIII 1050-1055
Cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, population of, by XXVI 452-463

nativity: 1880, 1870.
Cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, population of, by race: XXIV 380-405

1880, 1870.
Cities, fifty principal, persons engaged in all classes of occupations in, CV 1390–1399

with age, sex, and nativity.
Cities, foreign-born population of firty principal, distributed according XXXIII 546-551

to place of birth among the various foreign countries.
Cities, one hundred principal, dwellings, families, and population in CIX

1416, 1417
Cities. Manufactures of twenty principal .

LIN 1030-1097
Cities, native population of fifty principal, distributed according to XXXII 542-545

state or territory of birth.
Cities of the United States, population of the, 1790-1880

V

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Cities. Social statistics of ..
Citizenship, school, and military ages, with sex for the school age and XLI 561-606

for all ages, by counties.
City, state, county, etc., taxation, and assessed valuation, by counties.. CXXV 1510-1565
City, state, county, etc., taxation, by states and territories and geo- CXXIV 1508, 1509

graphical groups. Summary of the assessed valuation and.
Cleveland. Manufactures of ...

LIII 1054-1057
Coal, anthracite, mineral products of, by certain industrial fields

LXVIII 1242, 1243
Coal, bitaminous, mineral products of, by certain industrial fields LXVIII 1242, 1243
Coal. Nou-precious minerals and .

xxix
Coast, ocean, and river vessels: Special statistics of shipbuilding.

LIV 1180, 1181
Coke and glass. Appointment of J. D. Weeks as special agent on

xxxi
Coke: Special statistics of manufactures

LIV 1203, 1209
Colorado (sce also general and United States tables):
Aggregate population, by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860......

XVIII

17, 18
Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by CXXV

1559
counties.
Debt, by counties.

CXXX 1618, 1619
Farın areas and farm values, by counties

XLV

690
Live stock and its productions, by counties.

XLIX 840, 841
Manufactures, by selected industries

LII

950
Manufactures, by totals of counties.

LII

949, 950
Native and foreign-born population, by counties, distributed, XXXI

492, 493
according to place of birth, aniong certain specified states

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

XXV 409, 410
Population, by race and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860

XXIII

338, 339
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, by XXVI

452
nativity: 1880, 1870.
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXIV 380, 391

by race: 1880, 1870.

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Colorado continued.
Principal vegetable productions, by counties.......

XLVII 748, 749 1
School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age XLI 664, 565 I

and for all ages, by countles. Colored and white population : 1880, 1870, 1860.....

XXI

833; Colored native population of the United States, distributed according XXIX 476-481 I

to stato or territory of birth. Colored population of the United States, by sex, with general nativity.. XXXVI 556: 1 Condensed statement of mineral production of regular mining estab- LXIV 1237

lishments of non-precious minerals for the United States, by

substances. Connecticut (sce also general and United States tables): Aggregate population, by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860......

XVIII

18 1 Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by CXXV 1512 II

counties.
Debt, by countios .......

CXXX 1575 II
Farm areas and farm values, by counties

XLV

690 I Live stock and its productions, by counties

XLIX 842, 843 1 Manufactures, by selected industries

LI

951, 952 II Manufactures, by totals of counties

LII

950 II Native and foreign-born population, by counties, distribnted, XXXI

490 1 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

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

XXIII

339 Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXVI 452, 453

by nativity: 1880, 1870.
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward, XXIV 380-383

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

XIX

80, 81 I Principal vegetable productions, by counties....

XLVII 750, 751
School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age XLI

563
and for all ages, by counties.
Statement relative to abandoned canals in..

XCIII 1308 |
Statement relative to the steam craft of....

LXXXIX 1978, 1279 ! II Consumption. Deaths caused by .......

CLVILI 1729–1731 Correction, houses of, and workhouses, prisoners in, by sex, nativity, CLV 1700, 1701

and race. Cotton culture. Appointment of Professor E. W. Hilgard as special

agent on. Cotton goods: Power used in manufacture ..

LVI

1920 II Cotton, manufacture of, Edward Atkinson appointed as special agent on

mX Cotton manufactures : special mills. Statistics of..

LIV

1134 Cotton manufactures, specific, special statistics of.

LIV 1124-1127 Counties, aggregate population by, 1880, 1870, 1800.

XVIII 14601 Counties. Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by. CXXV 1310_1505 1 1 Counties. Debts of states, counties, cities, and towna, hy

CXXX 1572-1626 II Counties. Farm areas and farm values, by

XLV 686-737 | 1 Counties. Live stock and its productions, by...

XLIX 834-923. 1 Counties. Manufactures in each state and territory, by selected indus- LII 944-1029 I

tries and by totals of. Countieg. Native and foreign-born population, distributed, according XXXI 488-541

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

States and foreign countries, by.
Counties. Population, by Dativity and by, (1880, 1870, 1860)

XXV 406-451
Counties. Population, by race and by, (1880, 1870, 1860)

XXIII 335-379 Counties. Principal vegetable productions, by

XLVII 742-831 Counties. School, military, and citizenship ages, with her for the XLI

561-606 school age and for all ages, by. County, city, state, eto., taration, and assessed valuation, by countieg... CXXV 1610-1665 County, city, state, etc., taxation, by states and territories and geo- CXXIV

1508, 1509 II graphical groups. Summary of the assessed valuation and. Criminals. See Prisoners.

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Crucible and miscellaneous steel works: Special statistics of manu.

factures of iron and steel.
Curried leather: Special statistics of manufactures ...

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Dakota (see also general and United States tables):
Aggregate population, by counties: 1820, 1870, 1860.

XVIII 18-20
Assessed valuation, and state, county, city, etc., taxation, by CXXV

1562 Π
counties.
Debt, by counties .

CXXX 1622, 1623 IT
Farm areas and farm values, by counties

XLV 691, 692 I
Live stock and its productions, by counties

XLIX 842-845 I
Manufactures, by selected industries

LII

954
Manufactures, by totals of counties

LII 952, 953 II
Native and foreign-born population, by counties, distributed, XXXI

493, 494

I
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

410, 411 I
Popnlation, by race and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860...

XXIII

339, 340 I
Principal vegetable productions, by counties

XLVII 750-753 I
School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age XLI

565, 566 I
and for all ages, by counties.
Statement relative to the steam craft of

LXXXIX 1294, 1295 IT
Deaf-mutes in institutions for the same, by sex, nativity, and race

CLI 1690-1692 II
Deaf-mutes, insane, idiots, and blind, by sex, nativity, and race: 1880, CXLIV

1677 II
1870, 1860, 1850.
Deal-mutes, by sex, nativity, and race

CXLI

1674 I
Deaths, by states and state groups, from ten principal causes...

CLVIII 1729-1731 II
Deaths, by states and state groups, with distinction of sex and certain CLVII 1726–1728 I

specified ages.
Debt, national public

1569 II
Debt, public.....

1567-1626 II
Debts of states and territories, counties, cities, towns, etc., by states, CXXIX 1571, 1572 II

territories, and geographical groups.
Debts of states, counties, cities, and towns, by counties ..

CXXX 1572-1626 II
Debt, wealth, and taxation. Appointment of special agent on.

xxxix I
Defeetive, dependent, and delinquent classes..

1657-1701 II
Appointment of Fred. H. Wines as special agent on.....

I
Blind, by sex, nativity, and race ..

CXL

1673 II
Blind in institutious for the same, by sex, nativity, and race

CL 1688, 1689 II
Classes, discussion of ......

xxix
Deaf.mntes, by sex, nativity, and raco...

CXLI

1674 II
Deal-mutes in institutions for the same, by sex, nativity, and race, CLI 1691-1692 II
Idiots, by sex, nativity, and race.

CXXXIX

1672 II
Idiots, classified according to places where found

CXLIX

1687 I
Idiota in hospitals and asylums for the in-ana, boy sex, nativity, CXLVII 1683-1683 II

anrl rach.
Idiots in training schools for the feeble-minded, loy anx, nativity, ('XI.VIII 1680

and race.
Inmates of reformuatoriog, by sex, nativity, and rate.

CLIV 1 1697, 1898 II
Insane, hy sor, nativity, and race....

CXXXVIII 1671
Insane, classinel according to places where found.

CXLV

1678
lusade in hospitals and asylum, for the same, by sex, nativity, and CXLVI 1679-1682

raco.
Number and location of the exclusiva of homeless cbildren .. CLVI

1702 IL
Number of insane, idiots, blind, and lear-mutes: 1880, 1870, 1866, CXLIV

1677 II
1850.
Panpers, hy sex, nativity, and race...

('XLII

II
Prisoners, by sex, nativity, and race

CXLIIT

1076 IL
Prisoners, classified according to places where found.

CLII

1033 II
Prisoners in penitentiaries, by sex, nativity, and race

CLUI 1694-1696 II
Prisoners in workhouses and houses of correction, by sex, nativity,

CLV | 1700, 1701 II
and race.
Remarks on the statistics of the....

1659–1670 1 IT

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Delaware (see also general and United States tables):

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

counties.
Debt, by counties...
Farm areas and farm values, by countios.....
Live stock and its productions, by counties ..
Mannfactures, by selected industries
Manufactures, by totals of counties
Native and foreign-born population, by counties, distributed,

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 ....
Population, by race and by counties: 1880, 1870, 1860 ......
Population of cities and towns of 4,000 inhabitants and upward,

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

by race: 1880, 1870.
Population of minor civil divisions
Principal vegetable productions, by counties .....
School, military, and citizenship ages, with sex for the school age

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

Statement relative to the steam craft of .
Density of population ...
Detroit. Manufactures of..
Diarrheal diseases. Deaths caused by
Digestive system, diseases of the, deaths caused by...
Diphtheria. Deaths caused by .....
Disbursements on account of the Tenth Census, to October 31, 1881
Diseases, diarrheal. Deaths caused by
Diseases of the digestive system. Deaths caused by...
Diseases of the nervous system. Deaths caused by
Diseases of the respiratory system. Deaths caused by
Distribution of population by drainage basins. ......
Distribution of population in accordance with the annual rainfall
Distribution of population in accordance with the maximum temperature.
Distribution of population in accordance with the mean annual tempera-

ture.
Distribution of population in accordance with the mean temperature of

January.
Distribution of population in accordance with the mean temperature of

July.
Distribution of population in accordance with the minimum temperature.
Distribution of population in accordance with the rainfall of the spring

and summer.
Distribution of population in accordance with topographical features..
Distribution of population in elevation above sea level.....
Distribution of population in latitude...
Distribution of population in longitude
District of Columbia (see also general and United States tables):

Aggregate population: 1880, 1870, 1860....
Assessed valuation, eto
Debt of the ......
Farm areas and farm values
Live stock and its productions.---
Manufactures, by selected industries
Manufactures, by totals....
Native and foreign-born population, distributed, according to place

of birth, among certain specified states of the United States and

foreign countries. Population, by nativity: 1880, 1870, 1860 Population, by race: 1880, 1870, 1860....

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