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Rand, McNally & Co.'s Pocket Atlas of the World
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Publisher:Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Date:2012-03-06
ISBN-10:1130992888
ISBN-13:9781130992885
Book Type:Paperback
Weight:113 gram
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Rand, McNally & Co.'s Pocket Atlas of the World


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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 Excerpt: ...legislature biennial, in odd-numbered years, meeting first Wednesday in December; limit of session, 90 days; term of Senator?, 4 years; of Representatives, 2 years. Number electoral votes, 12; number voters, 334,505; colored, 128,257; native white, 308,277: foreign white, 7,971. Lunatics, idiots, convicts, duelists, United Stales army, and non-taxpayere of capitation tax excluded from voting. Number colleges, 7; school population, 555.807; school age, 5-11. WEST VIRGINIA. ZSK&n, ., .. Composed of northern and western counties of the original State of Virginia; denounced passage of secession ordinance, April 2d. 1841; became a State, 1863. Area, 84,780 square miles; greatest length north and sonth, about 240 miles; greatest breadth, 160 miles. Big Sandy, Great and Little Kanawha, Guyandotte and Monongahela are navigable riven. Number counties, 64. Temperature at Morgautown: winter, 34 to 42; summer, 70 to 75. Rainfall at Romney, 45 inches. Charleston, capital; pop. 4,192. Wheeling metropolis, principal seat of manufactures, and port of delivery; pop. 30,737. Parkersburg, port of delivery; pop. 6,582. Pop. of Martinsburg, 6,335. Number farms, 1870, 39,778; 1880, 62,674. Average value per acre, cleared land, $21.05; woodland, $9.39. A rich agricultural tract; 61 per cent. of laborers engaged in agriculture; staples are tobacco, wheat and corn, the last being the most valuable crop; number bu, grown 1884. being 11,900,000; wheat, 3,318,000; oats, 2,212,000; tobacco, 1883, 1,952,872 lbs. On farms, Jan., 1884: Sheep, 671,226; swine, 424,626; annual wool clip, 2,000,000 lbs. The yield of butter, 1880, was 9,315,895 lbs; of fruit "over $1,000,000. Wine made 1880,71,026 gallons; totalvalue lumber products, $2,431,857. Salaries of State i, N0REA8E In Corn Chop, ...

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