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RELIGIOUS BODIHS
P L A T H S 4 7 ^ - 4 L>2

RELIGIOUS BODIES.
P late

No.

479

480
481
482
483
484

485

486

T itle.
1. Proportion of the population reported as Protestant,
Roman Catholic, and “ all other” church members, and
proportion not reported as church members, for con­
tinental United States: 1890 and 1906.
2. Distribution of communicants or members, by principal
families or denominations, for continental United
States: 1890 and 1906.
Distribution of communicants or members, by principal fami­
lies or denominations, for each state and territory: 1906—
Alabama to Indiana.
Iowa to Montana.
Nebraska to Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island to Wyoming.
Proportion of the population reported as Protestant, Roman
Catholic, and “ all other” church members, and proportion
not reported as church members, for each state and territory:
1906.
Number of communicants or members per 1,000 of the popu­
lation, for 12 principal families or denominations, for
each state and territory: 1906 (maps)—
1. Roman Catholic Church.
2. Methodist bodies.

3. Baptist bodies.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Lutheran bodies.
Presbyterian bodies.
Disciples or Christians.
Protestant Episcopal Church.
Congregationalists.
Reformed bodies.
United Brethren bodies.
German Evangelical Synod of North America.
Latter-day Saints.




Plate
No.

487

488

489

490,
492

Title.
Number of communicants or members per 1,000 of the popula­
tion, arranged according to proportional strength, for
12 principal families or denominations, for each state
and territory: 1906—
1. Roman Catholic.
2. Baptist.
^3. Lutheran.
4. United Brethren.
.5. Reformed bodies.
1. Methodist.
2. Disciples.
3. Presbyterian.
4. Protestant Episcopal.
5. Congregationalist.
6. German Evangelical Synod.
7 . Latter-day Saints.
Distribution of communicants or members in each principal
family or denomination, for cities of 25,000 inhabitants or
more in 1900 (arranged in four classes), and outside of cities:
1906.
491 Distribution of communicants or members, by principal
families or denominations, for 24 principal cities: 1906.
Proportion of the population reported as Protestant, Roman
Catholic, and “ all other” church members, and proportion
not reported as church members, for 35 principal cities in
detail: 1906.

PLATE NO. 479

1, PROPORTION OF THE POPULATION REPORTED AS PROT­
ESTANT, ROMAN CATHOLIC, AND “ ALL OTHER ” CHURCH
MEMBERS, AND PROPORTION NOT REPORTED AS CHURCH
MEMBERS FOR CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES: 1890 AND
1906

2. DISTRIBUTION OF COMMUNICANTS OR MEMBERS, BY
PRINCIPAL FAMILIES OR DENOMINATIONS, FOR CON­
TINENTAL UNITED STATES: 1890 AND 1906

[N o t e .— T he designation “ not chnrch members'’ represents the difference
between the number reported as communicants or members and the total popu­
lation; it embraces, therefore, children too young to become church ineml>ors, as
w e l l as that portion of the population eligible to church membership, although
not affiliated with any religious denomination.]




1890

1906

1890

1906

PLATE NO. 480

DISTRIBUTION OF COM M UNICANTS OR MEMBERS, BY PRINCIPAL FAM ILIES OR DENOMINATIONS.
FOR EACH STATE AND TERRITO RY: 1906




PLATE NO. 481

DISTRIBUTION OF COMMUNICANTS OR MEMBERS, BY PRINCIPAL FAMILIES OR DENOMINATIONS,
FOR EACH STATE AND TERRITORY: 1906-Continued

MISSISSIPPI




MISSOURI

M O N TA N A

PLATE NO. 482

DISTRIBUTION OF COMMUNICANTS OR MEMBERS, BY PRINCIPAL FAMILIES OR DENOMINATIONS,
FOR EACH STATE AND TERRITORY! 1906— Continued




PLATE NO. 483

DISTRIBUTION OF COMMUNICANTS OR MEMBERS, BY PRINCIPAL FAMILIES OR DENOMINATIONS,
FOR EACH STATE AND TERRITORY: 1906-C ontinued

TENNESSEE

WEST VIRGINIA




TEXAS

WISCONSIN

WYOMING

PLATE NO. 484

PROPORTION OF THE POPULATION REPORTED AS PROTESTANT, ROMAN CATHOLIC, AND “ ALL
O THER” CHURCH MEMBERS, AND PROPORTION NOT REPORTED AS CHURCH MEMBERS,
FOR EACH STATE AND TERRITO RY! 1906
(N ote —The designation “ not church m em bers” represents the difference between the number reported as communicants or members and
the total population; it embraces, therefore, children too young to become church members, as well as that portion of the population eligible to
church membership, although not affiliated with any religious denomination.]

SOUTH CARO LINA
GEORGIA
NORTH CARO LINA
VIRGINIA
A LABAM A
MISSISSIPPI
FLORIDA
TENNESSEE
KENTUCKY
DIST. OF CO LUMBIA
INDIANA
ARKANSAS

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TEXAS
IOWA

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WEST VIRGINIA
DELAWARE
MISSOURI

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MARYLANO

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KANSAS
MINNESOTA
WISCONSIN
SOUTH DAKOTA

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NORTH DAKOTA

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ILLINOIS
CONNECTICUT

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LOUISIANA

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WASHINGTON

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MICHIGAN

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NEW JERSEY
VERMONT
OREGON

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COLORADO
OKLAHOMA
NEW YORK

'/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / ,

NEW HAMPSHIRE

'/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / A M

MASSACHUSETTS
CALIFORNIA

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MAINE

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RHODE ISLAND
IDAHO
MO NTANA
NEVADA
WYOMING

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NEW MEXICO
ARIZONA
UTAH




PRO TESTANT

ROMAN CATHO LIC

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|

| N O T CHURCH MEMBERS

PLATE NO. 485

NUMBER OF COMMUNICANTS OR MEMBERS PER 1,000 OF THE POPULATION, FOR 12 PRINCIPAL FAMILIES
OR DENOMINATIONS, FOR EACH STATE AND TERRITORY: 1906




1. R O M A N C A T H O L I C C H U R C H

5. P R E S B Y T E R IA N B O D IE S

2 . M E T H O D IS T BOD IES

6 . D IS C IP L E S OR C H R IS TIA N S

PLATE NO. 486

NUMBER OF COMMUNICANTS OR MEMBERS PER 1,000 OF THE POPULATION, FOR 12 PRINCIPAL FAMILIES
OR DENOMINATIONS, FOR EACH STATE AND TERRITORY: 1906— Continued
1. P R O T E S T A N T E P I S C O P A L C H U R C H

3. R EFO RM ED B O D IE S

2. C O N G R E G A TIO N A LIS TS

4. U N IT E D B R E TH R E N B O D IE S

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TEXAS

5. G E R M A N E V A N G E L IC A L S Y N O D OF N O R T H A M E R IC A




6. L A T T E R -D A Y SA IN T S

PLATE NO. «7

NUMBER OF COMMUNICANTS OR MEMBERS PER 1,000 OF THE POPULATION, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO
PROPORTIONAL STRENGTH, FOR 12 PRINCIPAL FAMILIES'OR DENOMINATIONS, FOR EACH STATE
AND TERRITORY! 1906
1. ROMAN CATHOLIC

2. BAPTIST

NEW MEXICO
RHODE I8LANO

SO UTH CAROLINA

M AS SA CH US ETTS
LOUISIANA

MISSISSIPPI

C O N N E C TIC U T

VlRQtNIA

NEW YORK

NORTH CAROU NA

NEW HAMPSHIRE

FLORIDA

M ONTANA

ARKANSAS

NEVADA

KENTUCKY

VERM ONT

TENNESSEE

WI8CON8IN

LOUISIANA

CALIFORNIA

DIST. O F COLUMBIA

ARIZONA

TEXAS

NEW dER8EY

MISSOURI

MICHIGAN

WEST VIROINIA

3. LUTHERAN

M INNESOTA

OKLAHOMA

PENNSYLVANIA

MAINE

ILLINOIS

MINNESOTA

RHODE ISLANO

COLORADO

NORTH DAKOTA

NEW HAMPSHIRE

MAINE

WISCON8IN

INOIANA

DI8T. O F COLUMBIA

SOUTH DAKOTA

NEW JERSEY

NORTH O A KOTA

NEBRASKA

KANSAS

S O U TH DA KOTA

IOWA

VERMONT

MARYLAND

PENNSYLVANIA

ILLINOIS

OHIO

MICHIGAN

C ONN ECTIC UT
MASSACHUSETTS

DELAWARE

ILLINOIS

WASHINGTON

OHIO

MIS80URI

MARYLAND

WYOMING

WASHINGTON

NEBRASKA

INOIANA

IOWA

CO N N ECTIC UT

IDAHO

KANSAS

TE X A S

NEW YORK

OREGON

MISSOURI

KEN TUCKY

OREGON

INOIANA

NEW 4ER8EY

KANSAS

DIST. O F COLUMBIA

W E S T VIROINIA

INOIANA

U TAH

WASHINGTON

OHIO

OHIO

KAN8A8

PENNSYLVANIA

PENNSYLVANIA

IOWA

NEBRASKA

MICHIGAN

MARYLAND

NEBRASKA

IOWA

CALIFORNIA

ARKANSAS

DELAWARE
SOUTH DAKOTA
M INNESOTA

WYOMING
SO U TH CAROLINA
NORTH CAROLINA

ALABAM A

COLORADO

MISSISSIPPI

TEXAS

VIRGINIA

VIRGINIA

COLORADO

W EST VIROINIA

IDAHO

OKLAHOMA

OREGON
NEW YORK

M ONTANA

FLORIDA

MARYLAND

4. UNITED BRETHREN

5. REFORMED BODIES

IDAHO
NEW MEXICO

PENNSYLVANIA

N ORTH DAKOTA

NEW JERSEY

WISCONSIN

OHIO

WYOMING

MICHIGAN

NEVAOA

TENN ESSEE

CALIFORNIA
W ES T VIRGINIA

MARYLAND

ARIZONA

GEORGIA

NEW YORK

M ONTANA

S O U T H CAROLINA

RHODE ISLANO




S O UTH DAKOTA
IOWA
WISCONSIN

PLATE NO. 488

NUMBER OF C O M M U N IC A N T S OR MEMBERS PER 1 ,0 0 0 OF TH E POPULATIO N, ARRANGED ACCORDING TO
PROPORTIONAL STRENG TH, FOR 12 PRINCIPAL FA M ILIE S OR D E N O M IN A T IO N S , FOR EACH STATE
AND T E R R IT O R Y : 1906 —Continued
I. M E T H O D IS T




2. D IS C IP L E S

3 . PR E S B Y TE R IA N

4, P R O T E S T A N T E P IS C O P A L

5. C O N G R E G A T IO N A L IS T S

C O N N EC TIC UT

KENTUCKY

PENN SYLVAN IA

D I8 T . OF C O LU M B IA

MISSOURI

TENNESSEE

C O N N EC TIC UT

VERM ONT

IN D IAN A

NEW JERSEY

RHODE IS LA N D

NEW H AM PSH IR E
M ASS AC H US ETTS

KANSAS

OHIO

N EVADA

IOWA

COLORADO

MARYLAND

MAINE

TENNESSEE

O I8 T . OF C O LU M BIA

NEW JERSEY

RHODE IS LAN D

O KLAH OM A

W ASHINGTON

NEW YORK

SO UTH D AKO TA

OREGON

IOWA

DELAWARE

IOW A
W ASHINGTON

TEXAS

NORTH C AR O LIN A

M ASS AC H US ETTS

OHIO

DELAWARE

WYOMING

N EBRASKA

ILLIN O IS

KANSAS

SOUTH D A K O T A

COLORADO

NEBRASKA

SOUTH CAROLINA

VERM ONT

C ALIFO R NIA

W ASHINGTON

NEW YORK

VIRG INIA

M ICHIGAN

IDAHO

OREGON

PE NN S YLV AN IA

W ISCONSIN

AR K A N 8A 8

CALIFORNIA

FLO RIDA

NORTH D AKO TA

COLORADO

N EBRASKA

C ALIFO R NIA

M IN NESOTA

VIRGINIA

IN D IAN A

NEW H AM PSH IR E

ILLIN O IS

CALIFOR NIA

IL LIN O I8

COLORADO

OHIO

W EST VIRGIN IA

MISSOURI

W ASHINGTON

OIS T. OF C O LU M BIA

A LA B A M A

KENTUCKY

M O N TAN A

OREGON

D I6T . OF C O LU M BIA

VIRGINIA

M ICHIGAN

KA NS AS

NORTH C AR OLIN A

ARIZONA

M IN NESOTA

WYOMING

M ON TAN A

IDAHO

IOAHO

IDAHO

M ISS ISS IPPI

W EST VIRG INIA

M AINE

NEW YORK

GEORGIA

TEXAS

OREGON

FLO RIDA

ALABAM A

NEW M EXICO

SOUTH DAKO TA
ARKANSAS
M ICHIGAN

ARIZONA
WISCONSIN
OHIO
NORTH C AR O LIN A

NORTH D AKO TA

ILLIN O IS

M AR YLAN D

NEBRASKA

M INNESOTA
NEW M EXICO
M ON TAN A
M IS S ISS IPPI

LO U ISIA N A
SO UTH C AR OLIN A
W EST VIRG INIA
NORTH D AKO TA

NEVADA

6. GERMAN EVA N G ELIC A L S Y N O D

O KLAH OM A
FLO RIDA
GEORGIA

ILLIN O IS
MISSOURI
WISCONSIN
IN D IAN A
M ICHIGAN

W YOMING
W ISCONSIN
U T AH
LO U IS IA N A
VE RM O N T

OH IO

7. L A TTE R -D A Y S A IN T S

M ARYLAND
IOWA
KENTUCKY
M INNESOTA

U T AH
IDAHO
WYOMING
ARIZONA
N EVADA

PLATE NO. 489

DISTRIBUTIO N OF COMM UNICANTS OR MEMBERS IN EACH PRINCIPAL FAM ILY OR DENOMINATION,
FOR CITIES OF 2 5,00 0 INHABITANTS OR MORE IN 1900 (ARRANGED IN FOUR CLASSES', AND
OUTSIDE OF C IT IE S : 1906
80

JEWISH CONGREGATIONS

100

CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
EASTERN ORTHODOX
ROMAN CATHOLIC
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL

UNITARIANS
GERMAN EVANGELICAL SYNOD
INDEPENDENT CHURCHES
UNIVERSALIST
CONGREGATIONALIST
REFORMED BODIES

PRESBYTERIAN
LUTHERAN
ADVENTIST

EVANGELICAL
METHODIST
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
BAPTIST
FRIENDS

DISCIPLES
UNITED BRETHREN
OUNKERS

CHRISTIANS
MENNONITE




IN CITIES WITH 300 ,00 0

ANDOVER

g jgg g ffi IN CITIES WITH 5 0 ,0 0 0

to

1 00 ,00 0

|

| OUTSIDE

OF

CITIES

PLATE NO. 490

DISTRIBUTION OF COMMUNICANTS OR MEMBERS, BY PRINCIPAL FAMILIES OR DENOMINATIONS,
FOR 24 PRINCIPAL CITIES: 1906




JERSEY CITY, N. J.

KANSAS CITY, MO.

LOUISVILLE, KY.

PLATE NO. 491

D IS TR IB U TIO N OF C O M M U N IC A N T S OR MEMBERS, BY PRINCIPAL FA MILIES OR DENOMINATIONS,
FOR 2 4 PRINCIPAL C ITIE S : 1 9 0 6 — Continued

ST. PAUL. MINN.




SAN FR A N C IS C O , C A L.

W AS H IN G TO N , D. C.

PLATE NO. 492

PROPORTION OF THE POPULATION REPORTED AS PROTESTANT, ROMAN CATHOLIC, AND “ ALL OTHER”
CHURCH MEMBERS, AND PROPORTION NOT REPORTED AS CHURCH MEMBERS, FOR 35 PRINCIPAL
CITIES IN DETAIL: 1906
40

PER CENT
50

WASHINGTON, D. C.
LOUISVILLE, KY.

....

MEMPHIS, TENN.

V /////Z /A

INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
COLUMBUS, OHIO

VSSJ/M
W 7S//SSS/AI

KANSAS CITY, MO.
BALTIMORE, MD.
PITTSBURG, PA.

YS/J______

DENVER, COLO.
ALLEGHENY, PA.

'/ / / / / / / / / / / / S A P

SYRACUSE, N. Y.
TOLEDO, OHIO
SCRANTON, PA.
BOSTON, MASS.

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DETROIT, MICH.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.

1

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
PHILADELPHIA, PA.

’/ / / / / / / / / / / / A

BUFFALO, N. Y.
CLEVELAND, OHIO
MILWAUKEE, WIS.

m

.

PATERSON, N. J.

'A

WORCESTER, MASS.
CINCINNATI, OHIO
ST. PAUL, MINN.

m

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NEWARK, N. J.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
OMAHA, NEBR.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.

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NEW ORLEANS, LA.
CHICAGO. ILL.

5
5

JERSEY CITY, N. J.

5
5

5
5

55

55

NEW YORK, N. Y.
FALL RIVER, MASS.




PROTESTANT

ROMAN CATHOLIC

A LL OTHER BODIES

|

| NOT CHURCH MEMBERS