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Whitaker borough
White Haven borough
Wilkes-Barre city
Wilkinsburg borough.
Williamsburg borough
Williamsport city
Williamstown borough
Wilmzrding borough
Wilmore borough
Wilson borough
Wilson borought
Wind Gap borough
Windber borougl)
Windsor borough
Winterstown borough
Winton borough
Wome) dorf boror gb
Woodbury borough
Woodcock borougr
Woodlawn borough
Wormlogsburg borough
Worthington borough
Worthville borough
Wrightsville borough
Wynlusing borough
Wyoming borough
Wyomissing borough
Yardley borough
Yatesville borough
Yeadon borough
Yoe borough
York city
York Haven borough
York Springs borough
Yorkana borough
Youngstown borough
Youngsville borough
Youngwood borough
Zelienople borough

Lycoming
Dauphin
Allegheny
Cambria
Allegheny
Northampton
Northampton
Somerset
York
York
Lackawanna
Berks
Bedford
Crawford
Beaver
Cumberland

1,133
9, 462

854

222 7,583 1,331 246

81 12,495

866

832 8,913

697

238 5,280 1,301

255

130 1,396

809

217 3,425 1,136

226 109

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*Clairton, North Clairton and Wil on boroughs incorporated as Clairton city since 1920. Incorporated as a borough since 1920.

POPULATION OF PENNSYLVANIA BY MINOR CIVIL

DIVISIONS, 1920.

[For changes in boundaries, between 1910 and 1920, see footnotes; for those between 1900 and

1910, see Reports of the Thirteenth Census: 1910, Vol. III, Table 1, p. 533.)

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334

345 393 312 532

355

Abbottstown borough,

332 Arendtsville borough,

358

383 Bendersville borough,

356 Berwick township,

617

568 Biglerville borough,

589

386 Butler township,

1,167

1,243 Conewago township,

1,674

1,542 Cumberland township,

1,452

1,520 East Berlin borough,

610

672 Fairfield borough,

401

373 Franklin township,

1,900

1,948 Freedom township,

429

476 Germany township,

722

733 Gettysburg borough,

4,439

4,030 Hamilton township,

591

667 Hamiltonban township,

1,516

1,509 Highland township,

406

411 Huntington township,

1,268

1,307 Latimore township,

977

1,082 Liberty township,

741

768 Littlestown borough,

1,552

1,347 McSherrystown borough,

1,800

1,724 Menallen township,

1,538

1,511 Mount Pleasant township,

1,714

1,804 Mountjoy township,

1,083

1,187 New Oxford borough,

919

838 Oxford township,

991 Reading township,

1.041

1,095 Straban township,

1,399

1,392 Tyrone township,

911

921 Union township,

821

900 York Springs borough,

287

299 1 Adams.-Name of Abbottstown borough changed from Berwick since 1910.

1,459 1,181 1,520

669

395 2,090

516 1,027 3,495

639 1,598

491 1,543 1,150

836 1,118 1.490 1,613 2,006 1,368

063

918 1,228 1,425 1,007 1,076

352

ALLEGHENY COUNTY,

1,185,808

21,018, 463

3775,058

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Aleppo township,
Aspinwall borough,
Avalon borough,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,

Ward 3.
Baldwin township, 2
Bellevue borough,

Ward i,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
Ben Aron borough,
Ben Avon Heights borough,
Bethel township, a
Brackenridge borough,
Braddock borougli,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,
Ward 3,

Ward 4,
Braddock township,
Bradford Woods borough, 2
Brentwood borough, 2
Bridgeville borough,
Carnegie borough,

Ward 1,

Ward 2,
Carrick borough, 2
Castlo Shannon borough, 2
Chalfant borough,
Chartiers township, 2
Cheswick borough,
Clairton borough,
Collier township,

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6,308
5, 208

6,117

10,504 2,353 1,044 5,984

471 6,264 4,651

2,998

5,250

317 3,326 4,211

3,728

Minor Civil Division.

1920

1910

1900

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ALLEGHENY COUNTY-Continued. Coraopolis borough,

Ward 1, Ward 2, Ward 3,

Ward 4,
Crafton borough,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
Crescent townsbip,
Dormont borough,
Dravosburg borough,
Duquesne city,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
East Deer township,
East McKeesport borough,
East Pittsburgh borougb,

Ward i,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
Edgewood borough,
Edgeworth borough,
Elizabeth borough,
Elizabeth township,
Emsworth borough,
Etna borough,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
Fawn township,
Findley township,
Forward township,
Franklin township,
Frazer township,
Glassport borough,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
Glenfield borough,
Greentree borough,
Hampton township,
Harmar township,
Harrison township,
Hays borough,
Haysville borough,
Heidelberg borough,
Homestead borough,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,
Ward 3,
Ward 4,

Ward 5,
Indiana township,
Ingram borough, 3
Jefferson township,
Kennedy township,
Kilbuck township,
Knoxville borough, (Pitt: burgh P. O.),
Leet township,
Leetsdale borough,
Liberty borough, a' (McKeesport. P. 0.),
Lincoln township,
Lower St. Clair township,
McCandless township,
McKees Rocks borough,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
McKeesport city,

Ward 1, Ward 2, Ward 3, Ward 4, Ward 5, Ward 6, Ward 7, Ward , Ward 9, Ward 10, Ward 11,

2,156 1,043 1,720 1,230 9,389 2,231

173 2,094 20, 452

984 1,143 1,641

867 6,687 1,888

166 1,843 18,713

905

678 1,513

772 6,320

12,554

3,983 6,384 4,132 3,097 2,856

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Minor Civil Division.

1920

1910

1900

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ALLEGHENY COUNTY-Continued.
Marshall township, 2
Mifflin township,”
Millvale borough,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
Moon township,
Mount Lebanon township,
Mount Oliver borough,
Munhall borough,
Neville township,
North Braddock borough,

Ward 1,
Ward 2,

Ward 3,
North Clairton borough,
North Fayette township,
North Versailles township,”
Oakdale borough,
Oakmont borough,
O'Hara township,
Ohio township,
Osborne borough,
Overbrook borough, 2
Patton township, 2
Penn township,
Pine township,
Pitcairn borough, 2
Pittsburgh city, ?

Ward 1,
Ward

2,
Ward 3.
Ward 4,
Ward 5,
Ward

6,
Ward 7,
Ward 8,
Ward 9,
Ward 10,
Ward 11,
Ward 12,
Ward 13,
Ward 14,
Ward 15,
Ward 16,
Ward 17,
Ward 18,
Ward 19,
Ward 20.
Ward 21,
Ward 22,
Ward 23,
Ward 24,
Ward 25,
Ward 26,

Ward 27,
Plum township,
Port Vue borough, 2
Rankin borough,
Reserve township,
Richland township,
Robinson township,
Ross township,
Rosslyn Farms borough, 2
St Clair borough, 2 (Pittsburgh P. 0.),

Middle ward,
North Ward,

South ward,
Scott township”,
Sewickley borough,
Sewickley township,
Sewickley Heights township,
Shaler township,
Sharpsburg borough,
Suowden township,
South Fayette township.
South Versailles township,
Springdale borough,
Springdale township,
Stowe township,
Swissvale borough,

11,998 10,317 26,858 26,191 29,283 20,261 16,243 19,196 20,697 22,062 20.841 25,239 29, 224 21,674 27,976 21,064 25,374 20,223 30, 445 21,545 24,143 18,568 21,142 17,287 17,130 20,599 23,453

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1,831 2,054 2,610

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910 10.665 10.908

087 8.145 7,381

1,007 2,852 1,716

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ALLEGHENY COUNTY-Concluded.
Tarentum borough,"

8,925
7,414

5,472 Ward 1,

3,329 Ward 2,

2,321 Ward 3,

3,275 Thornburg borough,

300

230 Trafford borough (part of),

132

(2) Turtle Creek borough,

8,138
4,995

3,262 Ward 1,

3,308 Ward 2,

3,105 Ward 3,

1,725 Union township, 2

1,598
1,482

1,285 Upper St. Clair township,

1,458
1,311

2,693 Verona borough,

3,938
2,849

1,904 Versailles borough,

1,936
1,437

870 Versailles township, 2

2,241
1,568

1,468 Wall borough,

2,426

1,962 West Deer township,

5,290
2,206

1,225 West Elizabeth borough,

890
841

747 West Homestead borough,

3,435

3,009 Westview borough,

2,797

1,626 Westwood borough, 2 Whitaker borough,

1,881

1,547 Wilkins township,”

3,455
3,626

2,427 Wilkinsburg borough,2

24,403
18,924

11,886 Ward 1,

8,133 Ward 2,

8,635 Ward 3,

7,635 Wilmerding borough,

6,441
6,133

4,179 Wilson borough,

3,243

1,108 2 Allegheny.-Totals for 1910 and 1900 include population (1,100 and 1,015, respectively), of Spring Garden borough, annexed to Pitt: burgh city since 1910. Total for 1900 also includes population (11,289) of Elliot, Esplen, Montooth, Sheraden and West Liberty boroughs and Sterrett township, annexed to Pittsburgh city between 1900 and 1910. Duquesne borough incorporated as a city since 1910. Boroughs incorporated sinc 1910. Ben Avon Heights from part of Kilbuck township; Bradford Woods, from part of Marshall township; Brentwood, from part of Baldwin township; Castle Shannon, from parts of Baldwin, Bethel, and Mount Lebanon townships; Chalfant, from part of Wilkins township: Liberty, from part of Port Vue borough; North Clairton from part of Jefferson township; Overbrook, from part of Baldwin township: Rosslyn Farms, from part of Robinson township; Westwood, from part of Greentree borough. Townships organized since 1910: Frazer, from part of East Deer township; Mount Lebanon, from part of Scott township. Annexations since 1910: Spring Garden borough and parts of Baldwin and Ross townships, to Pittsburgh city; part of Baldwin town. ship to Carrick borough; part of Union township to Dormont borough; parts of Mifflin township to Duquesne city and Hays borough; part of North Versailles township to East McKeesport borough; part of Chartiers township to Ingram borough; part of Patton township to Pitcairn borough; parts of East Deer and Frazer townships to Tarentum borough; parts of Patton and Wilkins townships to Turtle Creek borough; parts of Braddock and Wnkins townships to Wilkinsburg borough; part of Upper St. Clair township to Collier township. Changes in boundary lines since 1910: Between Bethel and Mount Lebanon townships; between North Versailles and Versailles town hips: between Edgewood and Wilkinsburg boroughs. Population of part of Trafford borough in Allegheny County, not returned separately in 1910 (See Westmoreland County). Annexations since 1920: Chartiers township annexed to Pittsburgh City; North Clairton and Wilson boroughs annexed to Clairton borough which was incorporated as a city since 1920. ARMSTRONG COUNTY,

75,568 867,880 352,551

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