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Hibbard, Benjamin Horace, 1870-1955 / The history of agriculture in Dane County, Wisconsin
(1904)

Chapter VII: Density of population,   pp. 203-206 PDF (677.5 KB)


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206    BULLETIN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN.
Density of population per square mile, 18.50 to 1900.*
Towns.             1853.    1860.
                I  _          .  1.
Albion .......................  22.7   2 .1
Berry ............. ....... ..........  18.7
Blooming Grove ............,.  9.7    23.4
Blue Mounds .          .2 3
Bristol..........           U            .9
Burke              .        .          28.5
Christiana..        ...       29.3     39.8
Cottage Grove..      ...      21.8     35.3
Cross Plains.              ..........  31.3
Dane.              .                    26.5
Deerfield .......... .. .....  17.1   26.4
Dunkirk ......,.. . ..         23.7    48.9
Dunn .......1........ ........  10.6  34.0
Fitchburg ..   .........      16.6     32.7
Mazomanie .................  ......... .... .....
Medina .......     .........    ....   29.7
M iddleton...... .....  .............  40.1
Montrose ................. .... ....  28.4
Oregon............, 17.7               34.9
Perry....                  ........ .23.3
Pleasant Springs ...........  21.6    33.4
Primrose ..         ...    .. ......   24.7
Roxbury      .        .......            8 34.2
Rutland.......           .     21.1    32.8
Springdale     .       .................26.2
Springfield    .       ... ,.....       33.6
Sun Prairie.      .......................... 32.2
Vermont ........    .      ..... ..    25.7
Verona.......        ...............   32.0
Vienna .... ................... .. .......  20.8
Westport . .. ................ ... ......  31.8
Windsor .....    .   .   . ........     28.4
York ...................... .... .....  28.6
1870.   1880.
_1.     _1
  32.2     29.6
  33.7     30.9
  32.4     28.0
  35.4     31.4
  31.3     27.9
  37.4     51.5
  26.5     32.3
  28.0 f   37.0
  29.0    32.4t
  29.1     27.0
  33.2     35.6
  87.8     33.5
  82.1     32.5
......... . ..........
  42.5     39.1
  50.8    42.0
  32.2     30.8
  41.6$   27.5
  29.2     25.6
  30.4     37.6
  28.2    24.4
  33.5     32.1
  31.6     31.6
  31.6    30.6
  40.0     84.5
  4.8t    25.3
  34.6    26.8
  31.3     28.3
  32.6     29 2
  46.OS   28.6
  84 9    33.6
  29.6    21.8
180
1890.
42 2
27.9
33.3
40.2t
31.1
30.4
66.0
36.3
30.1
32.4
34.3
39.1
32.6
26.6
14.9
38.7
39.9
25..9
23.3
2717
44 2
24.4
  29.8
  31.5
  31.2
  30.9
  25.6
  24.8
  340
  27.8
  31.5
  36.9
  26.7
1900.
1900.
44.2
25.9
271.8
29.1
Z5.2
34.2
66.6
36.3
33.5
25 9
30.6
42.6
34.1
27.9
16.4
41.2
43.1
27.7
24.4
29.2
42.7
22.7
  26.8
  S6.0
  29.2
  30.8
  28.8
  22.9
  86.1
  29.1
  446
  50.1
  26.2
,r,..fl1
   * This table is partly taken from a thesis on the "'Ti'e noclal aIu
 -u urn n , -.
opment of Dane County," by F. E. Harrigan, University of Wisconsin,
1901. The
other parts were worked out from the Census Reports.
   t For this and preceding Years a village was included. Black Earth and
Maai son
are omitted because it i impossible to separate the village and city populations
from
the rural.
    For this and preceding years a village was included.
    | Probably this included inmates of the insane asylum.
-  |
.
I T%"atsi    --- I-


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