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1880 Statistical Atlas of the United States

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Scribner's statistical atlas of the United States, showing by graphic methods their present condition and their political, social and industrial development by Fletcher W. Hewes and Henry Gannett.

This CD contains 271 rare antique maps and descriptive pages representing fascinating details about the United States based on the Census of 1880 in MrSID Format. This format allows you to see the entire map on your computer screen or drill down to see the smallest details. The original maps are often quite large, as much as 36" long or larger and quite detailed. With the MrSID software, you can manipulate the map to print the entire map in great detail or zoom into a portion of the map in full detail for viewing or printing. You could even bring the images to a local print shop to have the maps reprinted in their full size. (MrSID software is included on the CD.)

To give you a sample of the detail you can expect in these maps, here is an example based on a panoramic map of Washington, DC.


The table below shows the description and a small image of each map/page on this incredible historic U.S. Atlas CD.

There are many images so it will take a little bit of time for the whole page to load.

First page

Title page

Verso of title page

Dedication

Preface

Verso of preface

Table of contents

Verso of table of contents (x)

Index to counties

Index to counties (xii)

Index to counties (xiii)

Index to counties (xiv)

Index to counties (xv)

Index to counties (xvi)

Index to counties (xvii)

Index to counties (xviii)

Physical Geography

Physical Geography (continued) (xx)

Physical Geography (continued) (xxi)

Physical Geography (continued) (xxii)

Physical Geography (xxiii)

Physical Geography (continued) (xxiv)

Plate 1: Topographical features

Plate 2: Physical Geography (Mean Temperatures)

Plate 3: Physical Geography (Mean Annual Temperature, Hypsometric Sketch)

Plate 4: Physical Geography (Rainfall)

Plate 5: Physical Geography (River Basins, Forestry)

Political History

Political History (continued) (xxvi)

Political History (continued) (xvii)

Political History (continued) (xxviii)

Political History (continued) (xxix)

Political History (continued) (xxx)

Plate 6: Political History (Supremecy of Parties and Popular Vote)

Plate 7: Political History (Presidential Elections)

Plate 8: Political History (Presidential Elections)

Plate 9: Political History (Presidential Elections)

Plate 10: Political History (Presidential Elections)

Plate 11: Popular Vote: 1880

Popular Vote: 1884

Popular Vote: 1888

Progress

Progress (continued) (xxxii)

Progress (continued) (xxxiii)

Progress (continued) (xxxiv)

Progress (continued) (xxxv)

Progress (continued) (xxxvi)

Progress (continued) (xxxvii)

Progress (continued) (xxxviii)

Progress (continued) (xxxix)

Progress (continued) (xl)

Plate 12: Progress (Original Grants, Colonial Territory)

Plate 13: Progress (Area, Settlement)

Plate 14: Progress (Area, Settlement)

Plate 15: Progress (Area, Settlement)

Plate 16: Progress (Area, Settlement)

Plate 17: Progress (Area, Settlement)

Plate 18: Progress (Rank of States by Population)

Plate 19: Progress (Growth of States by Population)

Plate 20: Progress (Growth of States by Population)

Plate 21: Progress (Rank of Cities by Population)

Population

Population (continued) (xlii)

Population (continued) (xliii)

Population (continued) (xliv)

Population (continued) (xlv)

Population (continued) (xlvi)

Population (continued) (xlvii)

Population (continued) (xlviii)

Population (continued) (xlix)

Population (continued) (l)

Population (continued) (li)

Population (continued) (lii)

Plate 22: Population (Average Density)

Plate 23: Population (Distribution of Sexes)

Plate 24: Population (Colored Population)

Plate 25: Population (Foreign Population)

Plate 26: Population (German, Irish)

Plate 27: Population (English and Welsh, British-Americans)

Plate 28: Population (Norwegians and Swedes, Scotch)

Plate 29: Population (French, Immigration)

Plate 30: Population (Ratio of Foreign Born in most populous Cities)

Plate 31: Population (Ratio of Foreign Born in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago,

Plate 32: Population (Selected Classes, by State)

Plate 33: Population (Selected Classes, by State)

Plate 34: Population (Inter-State Migration)

Plate 35: Population (Inter-State Migration)

Plate 36: Population (Inter-State Migration)

Plate 37: Population (Inter-State Migration)

Plate 38: Population (Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes)

Plate 39: Population (Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes)

Mortality

Mortality (continued) (liv)

Mortality (continued) (lv)

Mortality (continued) (lvi)

Plate 40: Mortality (Deaths under One Year, Five Years)

Plate 41: Mortality (Deaths from Respiratory Diseases, Consumption)

Plate 42: Mortality (Deaths from Nervous System Diseases, Diarrheal Diseases)

Plate 43: Mortality (Deaths from Diphtheria, Digestive System Diseases)

Plate 44: Mortality (Deaths from Typhoid Fever, Scarlet Fever)

Plate 45: Mortality (Deaths from Whooping Cough, Measels)

Plate 46: Mortality (Expectation of Life -- Death Rate)

Plate 47: Mortality (Life Insurance Experience -- Males)

Plate 48: Mortality (Life Insurance Experience)

Plate 49: Mortality (Life Insurance Experience, Summary)

Education

Education (continued) (lviii)

Education (continued) (lix)

Education (continued) (lx)

Plate 50: Education (Illiteracy -- 10 Years of age and over)

Plate 50: Education (Illiteracy -- 21 Years of age and over)

Plate 52: Education (Statistics of Public Schools)

Plate 53: Education (Statistics of Public Schools)

Plate 54: Education (Universities and Colleges, Superior Instruction of Women)

Plate 55: Education (Normal Schools, Secondary Instruction)

Plate 56: Education (Statistics of Special Schools)

Plate 57: Education (Statistics of Special Schools, Retrospect)

Religion

Religion (continued) (lxii)

Religion (continued) (lxiii)

Religion (continued) (lxiv)

Plate 58: Religion (Denominational Statistics)

Plate 59: Religion (Denominational Statistics)

Plate 60: Religion (Denominational Statistics)

Plate 61: Religion (Denominational Statistics)

Occupations

Occupations (continued) (lxvi)

Occupations (continued) (lxvii)

Occupations (continued) (lxviii)

Plate 62: Occupations (Total Occupied, Total Males Occupied)

Plate 63: Occupations (Total Females Occupations, Increase in Occupations)

Plate 64: Occupations (Agriculture)

Plate 65: Occupations (Professional and Personal Services)

Plate 66: Occupations (Trade and Transportation)

Plate 67: Occupations (Manufactures, Mechanics and Mining)

Plate 68: Occupations (Ratio of Selected Occupations to Total Population)

Plate 69: Occupations (Ratio of Selected Occupations to Total Population)

Finance and Commerce

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxx)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxi)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxii)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxiii)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxiv)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxv)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxvi)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxvii)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxviii)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxix)

Finance and Commerce (continued) (lxxx)

Plate 70: Finance and Commerce (True Valuation)

Plate 71: Finance and Commerce (True Valuation)

Plate 72: Finance and Commerce (Assessed Valuation)

Plate 73: Finance and Commerce (Taxation)

Plate 74: Finance and Commerce (Taxation per Capita)

Plate 75: Finance and Commerce (Local Net Debt)

Plate 76: Finance and Commerce (Municipal Net Debt)

Plate 77: Finance and Commerce (Analysis of State and Local Debt)

Plate 78: Finance and Commerce (National Debt of the United States)

Plate 79: Finance and Commerce (Issues and Redemptions of United States)

Plate 80: Finance and Commerce (Ordinary Receipts and Expenditures of the United

Plate 81: Finance and Commerce (Analysis of the Receipts of the United States)

Plate 82: Finance and Commerce (Liquors, Tobacco, Consumption of Liquors 1864-80

Plate 83: Finance and Commerce (Analysis of the Expenditures of the United State

Plate 84: Finance and Commerce (Ordinary Receipts and Expenditures per Capita, I

Plate 85: Finance and Commerce (United States Postal Service)

Plate 86: Finance and Commerce (Rates of Letter Postage)

Plate 87: Finance and Commerce (Coinage of the United States)

Plate 88: Finance and Commerce (Silver Coinage, Gold Coinage, Minor Coinage)

Plate 89: Finance and Commerce (Banking of the United States)

Plate 90: Finance and Commerce (Clearing House Transactions, Business Failures)

Plate 91: Finance and Commerce (United States Exports)

Plate 92: Finance and Commerce (Analysis of Exports and Imports)

Plate 93: Finance and Commerce (United States Imports)

Plate 94: Finance and Commerce (Balance of Trade, Tariff)

Plate 95: Finance and Commerce (Carrying Trade of the United States)

Agriculture

Agriculture (continued) (lxxxii)

Agriculture (continued) (lxxxiii)

Agriculture (continued) (lxxxiv)

Agriculture (continued) (lxxxv)

Agriculture (continued) (lxxxvi)

Agriculture (continued) (lxxxvii)

Agriculture (continued) (lxxxviii)

Plate 96: Agriculture (Improved Farm Land)

Plate 97: Agriculture (Corn per square mile)

Plate 98: Agriculture (Corn per acre planted)

Plate 99: Agriculture (Wheat per square mile)

Plate 100: Agriculture (Wheat per acre of area sown)

Plate 101: Agriculture (Oats per quare mile)

Plate 102: Agriculture (Oats per acre of area sown)

Plate 103: Agriculture (Barley, Rye)

Plate 104: Agriculture (Buckwheat, Hay)

Plate 105: Agriculture (Irish Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes)

Plate 106: Agriculture (Orchard Products, Rice)

Plate 107: Agriculture (Hops)

Plate 108: Agriculture (Sugar and Molasses)

Plate 109: Agriculture (Cotton)

Plate 110: Agriculture (Tobacco)

Live Stock and Products

Live Stock and Products (continued) (xc)

Live Stock and Products (continued) (xci)

Live Stock and Products (continued) (xcii)

Plate 111: Live Stock and Products (Cattle on Farms)

Plate 112: Live Stock and Products (Swine on Farms)

Plate 113: Live Stock and Products (Horses, Mules and Asses, Sheep on Farms)

Plate 114: Live Stock and Products (Stock on Farms, Retrospect)

Plate 115: Live Stock and Products (Wool)

Plate 116: Live Stock and Products (Milk, Butter)

Plate 117: Live Stock and Products (Cheese)

Manufactures

Manufactures (continued) (xciv)

Manufactures (continued) (xcv)

Manufactures (continued) (xcvi)

Manufactures (continued) (xcvii)

Manufactures (continued) (xcviii)

Manufactures (continued) (xcix)

Manufactures (continued) ( c )

Plate 118: Manufactures (Total Product per Capita)

Plate 119: Manufactures (Flouring and Grist Mills)

Plate 120: Manufactures (Iron and Steel)

Plate 121: Manufactures (Iron Rolling Mills)

Plate 122: Manufactures (Bessemer and Open-Hearth Steel Works, Crucible and Misc

Plate 123: Manufactures (Specific Cotton Goods)

Plate 124: Manufactures (Woolen Goods)

Plate 125: Manufactures (Mixed Textiles, Silk and Silk Goods, Worsted Goods)

Plate 126: Manufactures (Dyeing and Finishing, Hosiery and Knit Goods, Carpets)

Plate 127: Manufactures (Slaughtering and Meat Packing, Factory-Made Boots and S

Plate 128: Manufactures (Tanned Leather, Curried Leather)

Plate 129: Manufactures (Sawed Lumber, Agricultural Implements)

Plate 130: Manufactures (Shipbuilding, Chemicals)

Plate 131: Manufactures (Paper, Brick and Tile)

Plate 132: Manufactures (Factory Cheese and Butter, Glass)

Plate 133: Manufactures (Comparison of Selected Industries by States)

Plate 134: Manufactures (Comparison of Selected Industries by States)

Plate 135: Manufactures (Selected Industries in 20 Principal Cities)

Plate 136: Manufactures (Selected Industries in 20 Principal Cities)

Plate 137: Manufactures (Total Power - Steam and Water, Steam Power, Water Power

Plate 138: Manufactures (Ratio of Steam to Total Power, Ratio of Water to Total

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous (continued) (cii)

Miscellaneous (continued) (ciii)

Miscellaneous (continued) (civ)

Miscellaneous (continued) (cv)

Miscellaneous (continued) (cvi)

Miscellaneous (continued) (cvii)

Miscellaneous (continued) (cviii)

Miscellaneous (continued) (cvix)

Miscellaneous (continued) (cx)

Miscellaneous (continued) (cxi)

Miscellaneous (continued) (cxii)

Plate 139: Mining (Gold)

Plate 140: Mining (Silver, Copper)

Plate 141: Mining (Coal)

Plate 142: Mining (Iron Ore, Lead Ore, Salt)

Plate 143: Fisheries (Value of Products)

Plate 144: Fisheries (Value of Products)

Plate 145: Transportation (Carriage by Rail)

Plate 146: Transportation (Carriage by Water, Canals, Canal Routes)

Plate 147: Railways (Government Land Grants)

Plate 148: Newspapers and Periodicals(Total, Weekly, Daily Publications)

Plate 149: Newspapers and Periodicals(Circulation)

Plate 150: General Summary, Showing the Rank of States, by Totals

Plate 151: General Summary, Showing the Rank of States, by Ratios

General Index

General Index (continued) (cxiv)

General Index (continued) (cxv)

General Index (continued) (cxvi)

General Index (continued) (cxvii)

General Index (continued) (cxviii)

General Index (continued) (cxix)

General Index (continued) (cxx)

This is a must have collection for any map history buff!

To use this software, you must install the free ExpressView MrSid software which is included on the CD. This is a 30 second process and will allow you to view and manipulate/print all the maps in this CD collection in full detail. There is viewing software on the disk. It only runs on Windows platforms and full installation instructions are included on the CD.

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