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See Census of 1870, vol. I, pp. and 3-8. 10-15 years old. 16-25 years old. 7 26-44 old. Under 16 years old. 107,429 63 690 50'124 102 61'439 40'012 95,618 41,103 27 252 13,922 14,152 12,968 16,804 15,421 10,112 8 242 11 369 18,111 15,533 12 600 11,471 15,482 11 321 11,600 9 384 3,024 52,425 2,491 355,018 289,595 206 203,088 117 74 891 31'136 6,451 6,157 4,096 28,274 22,271 23,291 19 741 371 140 791 18145 260 17235 386 585 I 163 723 I 220,520 185,186 7 8,856 8,191 9,024 6,121 5,086 5,181 5,703 7,166 4 551 4,462 5 I 21 k29 I 343 308 122,591 66 264 50'547 29'140 46,395 41,765 281 299 422 584 353 343,852 138,313 55 245 41'500 31'950 35 782 805 331 010 288 650 273 239 421 465 341 324,344 - 135,911 60 161 39'552 28'125 139 110,780 111,887 139,204 1 I 13,330 I 12,348 13 791 11 I 14 661 i 65,254 I I 14 618 13 16,115 13,811 68,261 51,463 52 081 42 I I 15,926 61,762 152,693 16 years old and over Age for 1190 available only for white males.

691 739,354 1 819 912 1 711 483 2 814 842 1 892 231 1,222 107 879 1 2 873,181 596,507 627,609 407,057 750 529 519,361 855,895 371,480 575,419 668 788 478 42,206 55 824 54,612 73,161 58,636 1,366 23 621 Series A 119-134. Population, by Age, Sex, Race, and Nativity: 1790 to 1970-Con. 411 358,940 518,090 591,032 411,411 218,966 43,316 18,325 94,112 97,826 80,646 2,199 14 073 6,100 5,318 211,002 I FOREIGN-BORN WHITE, 1810 9 1 027 988 80'464'583 80'301 '916 61'812'836 58 1 0 4 8 801 8'509'371 8'484 6 '940'293 528 54 364 212 46'390'260 39'553'112 32'607'461 26 4 983 730 5 499 561 5' 4'988'040 4'594'264 4'189 3'908'497 3 5 279 168 4'634'112 3'912'304 3'439'935 21 272 070 16 1 3 111 150 9 6,940,161 2 850 702 2 686 218 2 2 2 025 985 1 139 381 1 1,203,319 986,940 2 397 959 2 201 582 2 183 155 1 703 641 1,431,117' 1,295,211 1,078 5,171,115 3 866 804 2'874'433 2 1,556,839 921,934 750,741 1,280 510 981 '421 I ___ See footnotes at end of table.

Population, by Age, Sex, Race, and Nativity: 1790 to 1970-Con. 411 358,940 518,090 591,032 411,411 218,966 43,316 18,325 94,112 97,826 80,646 2,199 14 073 6,100 5,318 211,002 I FOREIGN-BORN WHITE, 1810 9 1 027 988 80'464'583 80'301 '916 61'812'836 58 1 0 4 8 801 8'509'371 8'484 6 '940'293 528 54 364 212 46'390'260 39'553'112 32'607'461 26 4 983 730 5 499 561 5' 4'988'040 4'594'264 4'189 3'908'497 3 5 279 168 4'634'112 3'912'304 3'439'935 21 272 070 16 1 3 111 150 9 6,940,161 2 850 702 2 686 218 2 2 2 025 985 1 139 381 1 1,203,319 986,940 2 397 959 2 201 582 2 183 155 1 703 641 1,431,117' 1,295,211 1,078 5,171,115 3 866 804 2'874'433 2 1,556,839 921,934 750,741 1,280 510 981 '421 I ___ See footnotes at end of table.

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