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" In 1790, only 5 per cent of the people of the United States lived in cities; in 1950, 63.7 per cent lived in cities, and the proportion has undoubtedly risen since then. "
Draper's Self Culture - Seite 379
von Charles Welsh - 1907
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A History of the United States for Schools

Wilbur Fisk Gordy - 1898 - 478 Seiten
...brought new problems to the front. When the Constitution went into effect, in 1789, only about three per cent, of the people of the United States lived in cities; in 1890 nearly thirty per cent, were in cities of 8,000 inhabitants and upward. The immense growth...
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Report of the Board of Metropolitan Park Commissioners ...

Rhode Island. Metropolitan Park Commission - 1905
...in the last fifty years marks a new epoch in the history of mankind. In 1850 but twelve and one-half per cent, of the people of the United States lived in cities. In 1000 the per centage had increased to 33 for the whole United States." In Rhode Island, however,...
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The Elementary School Journal, Band 6

1906
...of importance to note this general change in nature environment : At the beginning of the century 4 per cent. of the people of the United States lived in cities, while 96 per cent. lived in rural districts, and were occupied, to a large extent, in some form of work dominated...
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Proceedings

1908
...of the time in having undergone profound changes during the past century. One hundred years ago, 5 per cent, of the people of the United States lived in cities of 8,000, or over, population; now 36 per cent, of the people live in such cities. Then, few children...
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Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting, Band 47

National Education Association of the United States. Meeting - 1909
...shifting of the population from rural to city life. At the beginning of the nineteenth century less than 4 per cent, of the people of the United States lived in cities of eight thousand or more; at its close the number had increased to over 33 per cent. If we include...
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A Short History of the American People

Edna Henry Lee Turpin - 1911 - 478 Seiten
...persons for every one at the time of the first census. When the first census was taken, only three per cent of the people of the United States lived in cities. At the Chicago in 1832 end of the nineteenth century, one-third of the American people lived in cities,...
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Practical Exercises in Geography: Our own country and her possessions, Bücher 1

William James Sutherland, Chester Milton Sanford - 1915 - 196 Seiten
...milk consumed yearly is increasing greatly on account of the rapid growth of cities. In 1800 but 4 per cent of the people of the United States lived in cities ; now 44 per cent live in cities. New York City alone requires 1,000,000 quarts daily. This milk is...
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Wacker's Manual of the Plan of Chicago

Walter Dwight Moody, Charles Henry Wacker - 1916 - 137 Seiten
...rise so rapidly to large cities as the United States. At the beginning of the civil war, only three per cent of the people of the United States lived in cities. Forty-six per cent of our people now live in large cities. Twelve per cent live in the three cities...
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History of the United States: Political, Industrial, Social

Charles Manfred Thompson - 1917 - 540 Seiten
...populate any other American city except Chicago and Philadelphia.2 In Chicago, for 1 In 1910, 46.3 per cent of the people of the United States lived in cities and other incorporated places of 2,500 inhabitants or more, including New England towns of that size....
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School Life, Bände 4-6

1920
...each succeeding census a larger and larger proportion of our population has become urban. In 1910, 46 per cent of the people of the United States lived in cities, and in 1915 the Census Bureau estimated that the urban population had increased to 52 per cent. With...
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