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Population of the Incorporated Cities, Towns, Etc., of Ohio.

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262 828

368 1,219

566 3,079

389

Wilkesville village
Williamsburg village
Williamsport village
Willoughby village
Willshire village
Wilmington city
Wilmot village
Winchester village (Preble county)
Winchester village (Adams county)
Windham village ...
Winton Place village
Woodsfield village
Woodstock village
Woodville village
Wooster city
Worthington village
Wren village
Wyoming village
Xenia city
Yellow Springs village.
Youngstown city
Zaleski village
Zanesfield village
Zanesville city
Zoar village

223 1,002

547 1,753

560
3,613

354
375
796

283
1,219
1,801

325

831 6,063

443

242 1,450 8,696 1,731 44,885

577

278 23,5:38

290

1,031

310

5,901

341

1,154 7,301

1,375 33,220

862

318 21,009

For the 9 cities which have a population in 1900 of more than 25,000, the following table shows the population of each from the first year in which it was separately stated in the census report, to 1900 inclusive. The table which immediately follows, shows, for each city, the increase (or decrease) in population by number and per cent during each of the ten-year periods.

POPULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF OHIO: 1810 TO 1900.

1840

1830

1820

1810

1,665

9,642

606

2,540

46,338 6,071 6,048 6,067 2,062 1,222

24,831 1,076 2,435 2,950 1,080

383

1,000 1,868

INCREASE IN POPULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF OHIO: 1810 TO 1900.

Population of the Principal Cities of Ohio, 1810–1900.

Increase
from 1820 to

1830.

Increase
from 1810 to

1829.

Per
cent.

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4,995
3,613
3,117

982

86.6 464.2 148.4 105.7 90.9

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CITIES.

1900

1890

1880

1870

1860

1850

Akron city.
Canton city,
Cincinnati city
Cleveland city
Columbus city
Dayton city.
Springfield city.
Toledo city.
Youngstown city

42,728
30,667
325,902
381,768
125,560
85,333
38,253
131,822
44,885

27,601
26, 189
296,908
261,353
88,150
61,220
31,895
81, 434
33, 220

16,512
12,258
255,139
160,146
51,617
38,678
20,730
50,137
15,435

10,006

8,660
216,239
92,829
31,274
30,473
12,052
31,584
8,075

3, 477

4,041
161,014
43, 417 |
18,554 1
20,081

7,002
13,768
2,759

3,266

2,603
115,435
17,034
17,882
10,977
5,108
3,829

Increase
from 1890 to

1900.

Increase
froin 1880 to

1890.

Increase
from 1870 to

1880.

Increase
from 1860 to

1870.

Increase
from 1850 to

1860.

Increase
from 1840 to

1850.

Increase
from 1830 to

1840.

CITIES.

Num-
ber.

Per
ceut.

Numi-
ber.

Per
cent.

Num-
ber.

Per
cent.

Num.
ber.

Per
cent.

Num-
br.

Per
cent.

Num-
ber.

Per
cent.

Num-
ber.

1,601

96.2

Akron city
Canton city.
Cincinnati city.
Cleveland city
Columbus city
Dayton city.
Springfield city.
Toledo city.
Youngstown city.

15,127

4,178
28,994
120,415
37,410
24,113

6,358
50,388
11,665

54.8 11,089 67.2 6,506
17.1 13,931 113.6 3,598
9.8 41,769 16.4

38,900
46.1 |101,207 63.2 | 67,317
42.4 36,503 70.7 20,373
39.4 22,542 58.3 8, 205
19.9
11,165 53.9

8,078
61.9 31,297 62.4 18,553
35.1

17,785 | 115.2 7,360

65.0 6,529
41.5 4,619
18.0 55,195
72.5 | 49, 412
65.1 12,720
26.9 10,392
63.8 5,650
58.7 17,816
91.1 5,316

187.8
111.3

34.3
113.8
68.6
51.8
80.7
129.4
192.7

211
1,438
45,609
26,383

672
9,104
1,894
9,939

6.5
55.2
39.5
154.9

3.8
82.9
37.1
259.6

69,097
10,963
11,834
4,910
3,046
2,607

149.1
180.6
195.7

80.9
147.7
213.3

21,507

1 Decrease.

Population of the Principal Cities of Ohio, 1810–1900.

All of the above named cities have received marked accessions to their population during the last ten years, those having increased by the largest percentage being Toledo, 61.9 per cent; Akron, 54.8 per cent; Cleveland, 46.1 per cent; and Columbus, 42.4 per cent. Largest numerical gains during the decade are found in Cleveland, Toledo, and Columbus. With a single exception in one decade each of these cities has increased in population steadily, but the rate of growth has been irregular and has shown no uniform trend of change. For Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Springfield, however, that rate since 1870 has steadily declined, a change in harmony with the usual tendency of large urban centers.

PART SEVEN.

THE STATE INSTITUTIONS, HOMES AND

HOSPITALS OF OHIO.

TABLE OF CONTENTS -- PART SEVEN.

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The Ohio Capitol Building (see Frontispicce).
The Ohio State Board of Agriculture....
Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station at Wooster.
The Athens State Hospital....
The Cleveland State Hospital.
The Columbus State Hospital.
The Dayton State Hospital....
The Longview State Hospital.
The Massillon State Hospital.
The Toledo State Hospital....
The Institution for the Education of the Blind..
The Institution for Deaf Mutes....
The Institution for Feeble-Minded Youth..
The Hospital for Epileptics...
The Boys' Industrial School..
The Girls' Industrial Home..
The Ohio Penitentiary....
The Ohio Reformatory (Mansfield)....
Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Home (Sandusky)..
The Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home, Xenia...
Ohio State University....
The Ohio University (Athens).
Miami University....
The Wilberforce University.....
Women's Relief Corps Home for Army Nurses.
The Working Home for the Blind....

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