The Rural Economy of New England: A Regional Study

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TABLES
1. Population Densities per Square Mile, Six New England States, 194012
2. Land Utilization in Six New England States, 194012
3. Production of Fish in New England, by States, 194050
4. Census Counts of Number of Farms in New England, 1910 to 194555
5. Comparison of Federal and State Census Data, Massachusetts, 1860- 191062
6. Comparison of Federal Census and Assessors' Data for Number of Cows, 1920-194563
7. Population of Metropolitan Districts of New England74
8. New England's Net Balance during Decade from Interdivisional Migration of Native-born Population, 1860 to 1940, and of Native- and Foreign-born, 1920-194576
9. Percentage Increases in Population, 1920-1940, New England and the United States by Various Territorial Groups, According to the Census81
10. Percentage of Population More than 45 Years Old, New England States, 194083
11. Replacement Ratios of Population of New England and Other Territory86
12. Percentage of Gainful Workers in Nine Occupation Groups, New England and the United States, 1910 and 1940, with Percentage Changes87
13. Percentage of Gainful Workers in Three Major Groups, New England and the United States, 1910 to 194688
14. Percentages of Gainfully Employed Rural, Farm, and Urban Who Are Employed in Manufacturing, by States of New England, 194091
15. New England's Share in the Nation's Manufacturing, 193993
16. Changes Since 1850 in New England's Share in the Nation's Manufacturing Measured in Percentage of the Number of the Nation's Industrial Workers93
17. Number of Industrial Workers, 1850 to 1946, New England and Other Sections94
18. Relative Importance of Different Industries in New England in 1940 Measured by Percentages of Total Number of Industrial Workers in the United States96
19. Foreign Trade of the Port of Boston, 1905-1945107
20. Foreign and Domestic Trade of New England by Water, by States and Principal Ports, 1940108

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