U.S. 5th Census 1830 Washington D.C. "colored persons" Slaves rare huge bookBrian DiMambro- Antique & Vintage Maps, Prints, Books & Gold Coins
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Fifth Census; or, Enumeration of the Inhabitants of the United States. 1830. To Which is Prefixed, A schedule of the Whole Number of Persons Within the Several Districts of the United States, Taken According to the Acts of 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820.
1832,Washington, Duff Green. pp. 163; 165 (total of 328 pages, two title page).
Book measures: 21 3/4" H X 15 1/2" W. Large heavy volume- near monumental in size.
Rebound in plain buckram with gilt lettered spine title (1965 stamp from bindery), contents clean, tight and sound. Early ink stamp to title page
Of note for the extensive breakdown of the population by age groups in every single state, district and territory by Free White Males & Females, Slaves by male & female and "Free Colored Persons", again by male and female. Also noted are blind and deaf people within each population as well.
Michigan and Arkansas are still Territories.
Howes, U.S.-iana; Census, 255 (noting the third of c. 1812).