Population density based on the 1930 census, Southern Appalachians
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Population density map of Appalachia, stretching from the southern border of Pennsylvania into Alabama and Georgia. County and state boundaries are drawn. Flanking the map are legends, to the right, a color-coded list indicating rural population density per square mile, to the left, urban population.
The United States was the first country to hold a regular census. The census included all "Persons...excluding Indians not taxed" to determine the collection of taxes and number of seats in the House of Representatives. The first nine censuses (1790-1870) were organized under the United States Federal Court system. - Taken from A Guidebook of American Genealogy by Loretto Dennis Szucs.
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- Appalachian Region
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