The Twelfth Census

Washington, D. C., October 30, 1900. — The total population of the United States for 1900, as announced by the census bureau to-day, is 76,295,220, of which 74,627,907 are contained in the forty-five states, representing approximately the population to be used for apportionment purposes. There is a total of 134,158 Indians not taxed.

The total population in 1890, with which the aggregate population of the present census should be compared, was 63,069,756.

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