The statistics of the wealth and industry of the United States, embracing the tables of wealth, taxation, and public indebtedness; of agriculture; manufactures; mining; and the fisheries. With which are reporduced, from the volume on population, the major tables of occupations.
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 IV. Productions of Agriculture in the United States in each State and Territory, by Counties
Table V. Selected Statistics of Agriculture in Townships Where the Value of All Productions
Equals or Exceeds $100,000
Table VIII(C). General Statistics of Manufactures for each Specified Industry, by States and Territories
Table IX. General Statistics of Manufactures in each State and Territory
(A)--By Totals of Counties
(B)--By Specified Industries
Table X. Special Statistics of Manufactures, showing Kinds, Quantities, and Value of Materials
and of Products, and Number and Kind of Machines in Use for Principal Industries,
by States and Territories
Table XI. Selected Statistics of Manufactures, showing Certain Selected Industries,
by Totals of Counties, in each State and Territory
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