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FR ANCIS A WALK FI
Note: fn the construction o f this .Wap the tota l No. o f pontons
IOyeans o f aye and upnartls is com/mrcd nitli the No. o f such
persons who cannot read

E x p la n a t io n s .
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T * future* m Blue ? FIPS / ; JJ ejjwrss the number ot'inhabitants
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to the X juare Mile t.uuJ h ithin eueb .//>
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The S h o d sit fames m B lu e m .lu .it. the o u tsid e /unit e»f a p o p u la tio n
o t 2 .w m ere to the S fu a tr M ile
T he shaU out ja u n ts tew. m is the
re*/tens whteh h ove *tp i'p iih itu m < te.% fh.ut l? te the Stp n ur M ile
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Xotr The t\ e tu * 'n a l abrupt intern its between th e sh*tde*l/ v/V/, */«
•m* l th e h u e *» o . •/%y nd*ili* w ore Jetibtfax.%*lue m h u m **«u ses k* errors
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in the ten .» retu rn * m n d e n t te th e .y v u sen ess t*t settlem en t.
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PI. XXXI
CHART
S H O W I N G T H E R A T I O OF

C H U R C H A C C O M M O D A T 10 A

J M ethodist
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T O TH E TO TA L PO PU LATIO N OVER 1 0 YEARS O F A G E

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WITH THE PROPORTION OF SC(H CHURCH ACCOMMODATION FURNISHED B Y E A C H OF
THE LA R G E ST FOUR D EN O M IN ATIO N S WITHIN EACH STATE AND B Y EACH OF
TUF. LA R G E ST EIGHT DENOMINATIONS W ITH IN TH E U N IT E D S T A T E S .
C o m p iled fro m the S o c ia l S ta tistics o f the Ninth Census 1 8 7 0
BY

FRANCIS A W ALKER.

DELAWARE

KANSAS

MICHIGAN

NEW H A M P SH IR E

ALABAMA

FLO RID A

ILLINOIS

KENTUCKY

M INNESOTA

NEW JERSEY

PENNSYLVANIA

V IR G IN IA

ARKANSAS

M AINE

M ISSISSIPPI

NEW

YORK

SOUTH C A R O L IN A

W EST V IR G IN IA

WISCONSIN

M ISSO U R I

NORTH

C A RO LIN A

TENNESSEE

D I S T R I C T or C O L U M B I A

C o n g r e g a t io n a l

Kpisevpml

Lutheran
Christian

L/utch Re/brmed

.\ato The interne squares represent the pn pn rtion o/'the papulation irhteh isprovuhtl /or by the aptpreejale
si/hnys at the ehntehes o/ a ll denominations. T he sh ad ed interval between the inner and outer squares
rdissents the population /brwhieh no cAmvA aram niodaiion is provided Mhere the aggregate chlutA aenonmodatum
epuals ir rarerits thepopulation over JO thus ofage the shaded interval disappears

THE UNITED STA T ES

R om an CtUholie

C A LIF O R N IA

INDIANA

MARYLAND

I'n iversu iist
.M orm on

A l l other Renam e*
n a tio n s

C O N N ECTICU T

IOWA

MASSACHUSETTS

NEBRASKA

OHIO

TEXAS

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

OREGON

VER MONT

S OUTH W E S T T E R R I T O R I E S

PI. XXXII
CHAKT
SHOWING FOR T IIE I'X IT E D STATES AND FOR EACH STATE.

WITH DLSTIXCTIOX OF SEX. THE RATIO
BETWKKX THi: TOTAL POPULATION OVER lO YEARS OF AGE
AXDTHE NUMBER OF PERSONS HKPORTED AS ENGAGED IN EACH PRINCIPAL CLASS OF

G A I X F C L AM) ALSO -VS
OCCUPATIONS
ATTENDING SCHOOL
FRAXCISA WALKER
.Vote T er t e u sguarrxr p e e t theproportion ot thefHfpulatnm *hirh is turmintedfirms er j / t
h /f r w
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C onipiled i i*om ihe Kclurns o f Population at the Ninth Census 1870
BY

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nrprrxenf thefw\fnotion of’ hepopulation notso ntrourtted far.
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T H E UN ITED

DELAWARE

STATES

ALABAMA

FLO RID A

ARKANSAS

CALI F O R N IA

C O N N EC TIC U T

GEO RGIA

ILLINOIS

INDIANA

IOW A

MARYLAND

MASSACHUSETTS

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KANSAS

KENTUCKY

LOU ISIANA

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NEW JERSEY

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WEST V IR G IN IA

NEW YORK

NORTH C A R O L IN A

OHIO

OREGON

SOUTH C A R O L IN A

TENNESSEE

TEXAS

VERMONT

W ISCONSIN

D I S T R I C T ofC O L U M B I A

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

S OU T H W E S T T E R R I T O R I E S

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ATTHE CLOSEOKTHE FISCALYEAR NEAREST THE CENSES YEAR
Compilnllnun the StatislHsnf \\Vallh.T;ixali<mand Diblie Imb-blnlness
at llir Nintli Census
OF THE EXITED STATES 1870.

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1ts/il th f lin e e lite p ,y u i/ ,ilie n .ttr f d iv tb l/esi d u e m m ,tn v ra ses A* fir m s
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WITHIN THE FISCAL YEAR NEAREST THE CENSUS YEAR.
Compiled from the Statistics ofWealth Taxation and Public Indebtedness
at the Ninth Census

OF THE UNITED STATES 1870.
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P U B L I C SERVICE.

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SHOWING THE HANGE, AND, W ITHIN THE RAN GE, THE DEGREE OF CULTIYAITOX OF CERTAIN PRINCIPAL

CROPS.
Compiled from the Statistics of Agriculture, Ninth

C e n s u s ,1870,

FRAN CIS A.W ALKER

PI. XXXH .

■xustrS

H op

Tobacco

TO BACCO and H OPS
\ol<v M adison Count* ]X Y a n d Je/lersoti a jid Jiich la n d
Counties. tits, produce Ibbacco in a d d itio n to Hops.

Cotter tty

Note In a feu - instances, lin es in preen are run
a rou n d on the space corned Ip-the other color, showing
the cnltm idm i o f both crops in the sam e field

The X ° o f bushels, bales orpoimdi producedin each countyis d iv id e d -1 * brib e Yn ',„ l,„ h n
d
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o f the product is taken a s the measure o f the importance o f the crop to the county and o f the 'count*-to ,1
,tiu ,,s ' fy th e h .a/A.res of impnnrd land. The tuo quotients are multiplied together, and die square
Note The Shaded Luiesin B la ck inchoate the o u ts a t U m J o f T ^
/X
° 7 ? T i e c o u n t i e s are then groupedby natural gm da hon from lowestto Highest, X°J upun
ill-side lin u t o f a population o f 2 or more to the square, m ile. The shading p o in ts towards the ream n s
which hare a population o f less th a n 2 to the squ a re m ile.

Explanation of Scales

PI. XXXVI a

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COAST

V A R IO U S

SUBJECTS

Compiled from the Statistics of the Eighth and Ninth Census

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T)u S/uultul Lutes in Black inch cate the outside lim it o f a population o f It or more to the square mile.
The shacluiq points towards the rrqions which haw a population o f less than 2 to the square mile


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