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Eleventh Census - Volume 6. (Parts I-III) Manufacturing Industries

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Introduction (Part 1)

This volume presents the statistics of the manufacturing and mechanical industries of the United States according to the census of 1890. The statistics are shown by totals for the United States, for the respective states and territories, and for specified industries, and are compared with similar statistics published at previous censuses. With the exception of mining and quarrying, which are shown in the report on "Mineral Industries," the tables include every establishment of manufacturing and mechanical industry returned at the Eleventh Census as having a product valued at $500 or more, during the census year ending May 31, 1890. So far as practicable, the operations of each establishment have been credited to the locality in which the works were situated. When two or more establishments owned by the same corporation, firm, or individual are located in the same county or city and engaged in the same industry they have been tabulated and counted as one establishment.

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