The statistics of the population of the United States, embracing the tables of race, nationality, sex, selected ages, and occupations. To which are added the statistics of school attendance and illiteracy, of schools, libraries, newspapers and periodicals, churches, pauperism and crime, and of areas, families, and dwellings.
Compiled, from the original returns of the Ninth Census (June 1, 1870), under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, by Francis A. Walker, Superintendent of Census.
Table II. Population, 1870-1790, in each State and Territory, by Counties,
in Aggregate, and as White, Free Colored, Slave, Chinese, and Indian
Table III. Population, 1870-1850, in each State and Territory, by Civil Divisions
less than Counties, as White and Colored, and Native and Foreign (1870)
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