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Population of Albany County & Indians 1689 - 1698.
Comparative table of populations in the Province of New York, 1703-1712.
An account of the families of Germans settled on Hudson's River in the Province of New York, 1718.
An account of the number of people in the Province of New York, A.D. 1723.
Statistics of the population of the Province of New York, 1647-1774. [Cover page]
State of New York : in Senate Jany. 7th, 1836.
Entire Population of a Negro Hamlet, Antigua
Czechoslovakia.
Population - 1647; Gov. Stuyvesant to the States General; An account of the number of inhabitants in ye Several Counties of New Yorke taken by the High Sheriffs and Justices of the Peace in each respective county; as p order of His Excell. the Earl of Bellomont Governr &c. anno 1698.
An account of number of inhabitants of the province of New York taken 4 June 1746, by order of His Excellency Governor Clinton.
An account of the number of inhabitants in the Province of New York, taken 10th May 1749, by the order of His Excellency the Honorable Governour Clinton.
General list of inhabitants in the Province of New York, extracted from the returns of the sheriffs of the several counties, in pursuance of warrants to them, dated 16th February, 1756.
List of inhabitants in the several counties in the Province of New York, taken in the year 1771.
Colton's railroad & township map of the state of New York: with parts of the adjoining states & Canada
Newar group, slave population, supposed aboriginal, Nipal. [men selling vegetables]
Newar or Niwar, slave population, supposed abopriginal, Nipal.
New Map of Brooklyn including Kings Co. from the latest official surveys.
Map of the City of New-York with part of Brooklyn and Williamsburgh : population in the year 1850: 450,000 inhabitants
Map of the City of New-York with part of Brooklyn and Williamsburgh : population in the year 1850: 450,000 inhabitants.
Map of the city of New York.
The Hall Moor Road near Higham
Acres of Land, Population, Number of Families, Schools, Live Stock, Agricultural Products, & c., of Albany County.; Schenectady.
No. 1 Map of the City of New York showing densities of population in the several sanitary districts June 1, 1894. No. 2, Map of the City of New York showing the distribution of the principal nationalities by sanitary districts. Made under the direction of The Tenement House Committee of 1894. No. 3, Map of the City of New York showing the density of population by wards in 1860. No. 6, Map of the City of New York showing the density of population by wards in 1890.
Map[s] to accompany report "The foreign immigrant in New York City" / prepared by Kate Holladay Claghorn.
[Map of New York City between Canal and 22nd Sts?? and Broadway and the Hudson River School District No. 9, showing population and school attendance figures.]
[Population and school attendance map of section including 110th to 155th streets, and Lenox Ave. to Hudson River.]
Acres of Land, Population, Dwellings, Families, Live Stock, Agricultural Products, and Domestic Manufactures of Chautauqua County.; Post Offices in Chautauqua County, New York.; Miles of Public Road.
Table of Distances for Chenango County, Nearest distances between places.; Post offices in Chenango County, New York.; Population of Chenango County, New York, from U.S. Census of 1870.
Table of Distances by Rail Road.; Post Offices of Columbia County.; Population from U.S. Census of 1870.; The United States.; Principal Government of the World.; Time and Distance Table.; Mineral Constituents Absorbed or Removed from an Acre of Soil by the Following Crops.
Population of the Principal Cities, Towns, and Villages [cont.]
Population of the Principal Cities, Towns, and Villages [cont.]
Population of the United States, by counties.
Map of the New York city Metropolitan District showing density of population according to the census of 1915.
"Acres of Land, Population, Dwellings, Families, Live Stock, Agricultural Products, and Domestic Manufactures of Erie County.; Post Offices in Erie County, New York.; Table Showing Number of Miles of Public Road in Each Township."
Acres of Land, Population, Dwellings, Families, Live Stock, Agricultural Products, and Domestic Manufactures of Jefferson County.; Post Offices in Jefferson County.; Summary of Population at different periods in Jefferson County. ; Table of Distances & Stations Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburgh Rail Road. ; Table showing Numbers of Miles of Public Roads in each Township.
Table of Distances. ; Population, from U.S. Census of 1870. ; Post Offices in Madison County, N.Y. ; Population of Madison Co. from 1820 to 1870.
Statistics of Population. [History]
Table of Distances. ; Post Offices. ; Population from U.S. Census of 1870.
Table of Distances by Erie Rail Road. ; Population from U.S. Census of 1870. ; Mineral Constituents absorbed or removed from an Acre od Soul by the following crops. ; The United States. ; Post Offices of Steuben County. ; Time and Distance Table.
Acres of Land, Valuation, Population, Dwellings, Families, Freeholders, Schools, Live Stock, Agricultural Products, and Domestic Manufactures of St. Lawrence County. ; Post Offices in St. Lawrence County. ; Table of Distances & Stations on Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburgh Rail Road. ; Table showing Number of Miles of Public Road in each Township.
Acres of Land, Valuation, Population, Dwellings, Families, Live Stock, Agricultural Products, and Domestic Manufactures of Tompkins County.; Post Offices in Tompkins County, New York.; Number of Miles of Public Road.
Looking north from the island of Elephantinê.  At Aswân the inhabitants are still mainly of the Egyptian type, but at Elephantiné the population is wholly Nubian.
Population distribution map.
Many forms of transportation required in large centers of population. New York City.
No. 1 Map of the City of New York showing densities of population in the several sanitary districts June 1, 1894. No. 2, Map of the City of New York showing the distribution of the principal nationalities by sanitary districts. Made under the direction of The Tenement House Committee of 1894. No. 3, Map of the City of New York showing the density of population by wards in 1860. No. 6, Map of the City of New York showing the density of population by wards in 1890.
Map[s] to accompany report "The foreign immigrant in New York City" / prepared by Kate Holladay Claghorn.
[Map of New York City between Canal and 22nd Sts?? and Broadway and the Hudson River School District No. 9, showing population and school attendance figures.]
[Population and school attendance map of section including 110th to 155th streets, and Lenox Ave. to Hudson River.]
Down in Colorado gold mine: taking out ore, Eagle River Canyon, Colorado, U.S.A.
Many forms of transportation required in large centers of population. New York City.
[Map of New York City between Canal and 22nd Sts?? and Broadway and the Hudson River School District No. 9, showing population and school attendance figures.]
[Population and school attendance map of section including 110th to 155th streets, and Lenox Ave. to Hudson River.]
Map showing the distribution of the slave population of the southern states of the United States
Alabama. Negro percentage of total population, 1900.
Slavery; Sex of Negro population.
Per cent distribution by conjugal condition for the Negro population by sex and age periods: 1900 and 1890.
Per cent distribution of the population at least 15 years of age by conjugal condition, for Negro and White races by sex, for the South: 1900 and 1890.
Conjugal condition; Negroes of Massachusetts, 1900.
Statistics of population.  General statistics of the Negro population of the United States, by counties: 1910.  (counties in which no Negroes were reported are omitted.)
Conjugal condition of the Negroes of Xenia, of Farmville, of Sandy Spring, and of the population of the United States, by sex.
Statistics of population.  General statistics of the Negro population of the United States, by counties: 1910.  (counties in which no Negroes were reported are omitted.)
Size of the family; [Per cent of Negro, Indian and Mongolian population.]
Size of the family; [Per cent of White population.]
Excess of Colored females, 1900.
Colored population ratio to total population 1880
Negro population, at least ten years of age, engaged in specified occupations: 1890 and 1900.
A map of the state of New York : exhibiting the situation and boundaries of the several towns, wards, and counties and specifying in each town, ward, and county, the whole population thereof, and in the several counties, the population upon which the apportionment of senators and members of assembly is based, with tables of apportionment
A map prepared for the report of the New York & Erie R.R. Co., 1844, exhibiting the line of the N.Y. & E. R. Road : & the present state of the work, together with the area of the country tributary to the railroad and the population thereof.
Population of the United States by sex, general nativity, and color: 1890 and 1900.
Abstract of the accounts on the number of inhabitants of the several cities and counties in the Province of New York, 2 Nov. 1731.
A list of the number of inhabitants both whites and blacks of each species within the Province of New York above and under the age of ten years taken in the year 1737.
Map of the State of New-York exhibiting the several towns and counties together with the population as determined by the census of 1850
Colton's railroad & township map of the state of New York: with parts of the adjoining states & Canada
Census of the State of New York, 1855: showing the new senatorial & assembly districts 1857
Percentage of Negroes in the total population: 1910.
Map showing, in five degrees of density, the distribution, within the territory east of the 100th Meridian, of the population of the United States, (excluding Indians not taxed): compiled from the returns of population at the...census of the United States
County of Monroe
Per cent of Negroes in total population; By States: 1920.
Map showing the distribution of the slave population of the southern states of the United States
Map showing Indian reservations in the United States west of the 84th meridian and number of Indians belonging thereto: 1881
Map showing Indian reservations in the United States west of the 84th meridian, and number of Indians belonging thereto, 1883
Map of Kansas
Outline map of Massachusetts: showing population according to the United States census of 1890, and congressional districts
Appendix D, Population of Porto Rico.
Map[s] to accompany report "The foreign immigrant in New York City" / prepared by Kate Holladay Claghorn.
The Tenement-House Committee maps
Map of part of New York City : area bounded by West 22nd Street, Broadway, Canal Street, and Hudson River
Population and school attendance map of section including 110th to 155th streets, and Lenox Avenue to Hudson River
Block distribution of children of 4 to 18 years of age for Chelsea and Greenwich for 1910.
Population of the United States, by counties. [cont.]
Population of the United States, by counties. [cont.]; Chart Exhibiting the Relative Rank of the States for Nine Decades.
Population of the Principal Cities, Towns, and Villages
Population of the United States, from 1790 to 1870. ; Population of the Principal Cities of the United States, having a population of over 25,000 in 1870. ; Population of the Dominion of Canada, from the Official census of 1871. ; Population of the Globe.
Table of Distances. ; Post Offices in Franklin Co. ; Population from U.S. Census of 1870.
Industrial & political map of Pennsylvania : exhibiting the population, the principal resources of each county, and the valuation of property : the several Congressional districts, and the vote for presidential electors in 1840.
Map of Pennsylvania showing population and taxables 1870
Surveys for a future water supply : Map showing the watersheds of the Delaware, Schuylkill, & Lehigh Rivers, with distribution of population
Population of the United States. By the census of 1850 and 1860.
Population of the United States in 1850 and 1860.
Table of population, governments, &c.
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