A Study in Boss Politics: William Lorimer of Chicago

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APPENDIX F
Chicago Population, 1910: Foreign. Born and Native-Born of Foreign-Born Parents Combined
WARDS
City 1 2 3 4 5 6
Austrian 217,267 1,336 585 542 6,303 6,202 1,434
Lithuanian 87,089 58 166 263 2,126 487 295
Bohemian 7,593 -- 3 -- 640 2,007 --
Polish 129,733 528 152 194 6,214 4,460 307
Belgian 2,665 27 31 17 98 38 80
Canad.-French 9,140 100 201 175 148 708 223
Canad.-Other 30,820 481 1,014 1,050 447 724 2,266
Danish 18,504 110 280 467 107 48 745
English 42,750 602 1,056 1,237 483 792 2,485
French 4,875 253 231 166 117 45 327
German 426,466 2,052 4,186 4,334 12,717 14,696 9,945
Greek 6,564 327 215 80 51 82 76
Dutch 17,702 34 89 80 103 114 212
Hungarian 37,224 247 154 238 576 274 848
Irish 165,309 2,119 3,347 4,028 5,718 10,090 6,965
Italian 72,906 4,898 577 359 3,134 188 198
Norwegian 42,342 119 222 176 134 139 420
Romanian 3,344 13 26 33 16 25 38
Russian 180,203 955 1,111 1,236 4,981 6,821 2,230
Scottish 16,582 213 402 511 314 247 786
Swedish 109,626 394 1,805 1,516 1,053 1,075 2,585
Swiss 5,526 94 136 113 153 76 187
Turkish 1,886 239 31 24 8 12 29
Welsh 3,285 36 46 61 10 147 136
Other 68,825 647 1,295 1,416 1,525 1,702 2,635
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Figures are derived from U.S., Thirteenth Census, 1910, "Population,"512- 514, except those for the Bohemian, Lithuanian, and Polish groups, which were not listed separately in the U.S. census. Figures for Bohemians, Lithuanians, and Poles were obtained from the 1908 school census in Chicago, Board of Education, Annual Report ( Chicago, 1908), 12-19. In the U.S. census, Bohemians were included under Austria, Lithuanians under Russia, and Poles under Austria, Germany, or Russia, depending on birthplace. See U.S., Thirteenth Census, 1910, "Population,"879.

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