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TABLE No. 2.

POPULATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WITH THE TOTAL INCREASE,

Per Cent. OF INCREASE, AND DENSITY AS SHOWN AT EACH
CENSUS, 1790–1900.

From Twelfth Census, Vol. I, Pop., Part 1, pp. 2-6.

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Total MALES 21 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY

AND LITERACY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1900.

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26,518

130,987

120,692

10,295

96,099

94,174

1,925

34,888

8,370

TABLE No. 4.

TOTAL MALES 21 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NativITY, COLOR, CITIZENSHIP, AND

LITERACY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1900.

Twelfth Census, Vol. I, Pop., Part 1, p. 990.

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Literate. Illiterate. Literate. Illiterate. Literate. Illiterate. Literate. Illiterate. Literate. Illiterate. Literate. Illiterate.

Native white.

93,984

1,895 8..

190

30

11,795

2,233

811

148

8,371

4,553

5,541

1,436 TABLE No. 5.

POPULATION OF COUNCILOR DISTRICTS in New HAMPSHIRE, 1900.

Compiled from Twelfth Census, 1900.

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POPULATION OF SENATORIAL DISTRICTS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1900.

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12,211 14,763 14,021

9,126 15,999 31,862 16,391 19,941 18,082 11,367 15,463 9,375

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17,545
15,007
17,261
12,288
18,125
20,264

20.

9..

21.

10..

22..

11..

23.

12..

24.

TABLE No. 7.-PART I.

POPULATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE BY Towns AS SHOWN BY THE

STATE CENSUS IN 1775 AND THE UNITED STATES CENSUSES 1790–1900, AND THE NUMBER OF REPRESENTATIVES OF EACH Town RETURNED TO THE GENERAL COURT IN 1784 AND AT Each DECENNIAL PERIOD, 1791–1901.

(Compiled from Province Papers, United States Censuses, House Journals, New Hampshire Registers, and Newspaper files.)

This table includes only existing towns. Each town is entered under the county to which it now belongs. If at the date of any census it belonged to another county this fact is indicated in the population column.

In the Representative column c stands for classed town and p for a town sending a representative “a proportionate part of the time.” A blank in this column signifies that in the given year the town' failed to return a representative.

1775 1784 1790 1791 1800 1801 1810 1811 1820 1821 1830

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Atkinson.
Auburn
Brentwood
Candia
Chester
Danville [1]..
Deerfield
Derry
East Kingston.
Epping
Exeter.
Fremont (2].
Greenland.
Hampstead.
Hampton
Hampton Falls.
Kensington
Kingston
Londonderry.
Newcastle
Newfields (3).
Newington
Newmarket
Newton.
North Hampton.
Northwood
Nottingham
Plaistow

1.
Ward 2.
Ward 3.
Ward 4.

Ward 5.
Raymond.
Rye.
Salem.
Sandown
Seabrook
South Hampton.
Stratham
Windham

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Portsmouth. Ward

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(1) Danville. Incorporated as Hawke, 1760. Name changed to Danville, 1836. [2] Fremont. Incorporated as Poplin, 1764. Name changed to Fremont, 1854. [3] Newfields. Incorporated as South Newmarket, 1849. Name changed to Newfields, Feb. 21, 1895

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