Economic History of the United States

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CHARTS AND MAPS
PAGE
Frontispiece. Index Number of Wholesale Prices, 1720-1940.iv
FIGURE NUMBER
1. Relief Map of the United States23
2. Average Annual Precipitation26
3. Natural Forest Regions27
4. Estimated Population of the Colonies, 177572
5. The Line of Frontier Settlement, 1700 and 177573
6. Trade between Great Britain and the American Colonies, 1697-1776151
7. Exports of the Colonies Showing Chief Products, around 1768152
8. Imports and Exports of the Colonies, 1769, by Regions153
9. Annual Indices of Wholesale Prices of 20 Commodities in Philadelphia, 1720- 1774168
10. Imports, Exports, and Reexports of the United States, 1790-1820247
11. Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices of Domestic and Imported Commodities in Philadelphia, 1784-1820271
12. Sale of Public Lands, Acreage and Receipts, 1800-1862311
13. Chief Roads and Trails to the West317
14. Settled Areas and Density of Population, 1790-1860318, 319
15. Population of the Larger Cities, 1790-1860324
16. Canals in the United States338
17. The Railroad System, 1840-1860350, 351
18. Production and New York Price of Cotton, 1790-1860370
19. Cotton and Tobacco Production and Slaves, 1859-1860371
20. Tonnage of Ships Built in the United States, 1815-1860436
21. Per Capita Imports and Exports since 1790439
22. Imports from, and Exports to, Chief Countries or Continents, 1860441
23. Imports and Exports of Commodities by Chief Ports, 1860442
24. Estimated Amount of Money in the United States, 1800-1860447
25. Production and Coinage of the Precious Metals, 1792-1860448
26. Index Number of Wholesale Prices, 1820-1860473
27. The Principal of the National Debt, 1790-1860494
28. Ordinary Receipts of the Federal Government, 1791-1860495
29. Total Ordinary Receipts and Expenditures of the Federal Government, 1791- 1861495
30. Increase of Population in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France since 1800509
31. Price of Gold in Greenbacks and the Amount of Greenbacks Outstanding, 1860-1878541
32. Index Number of Wholesale Prices in the United States since 1860542
33. Total Population of the United States and Population in Places of 8,000 Inhabitants or More, 1790-1940551
34. The Rate of Population Growth since 1660551
35. Immigration into the United States since 1820553
36. Immigration into the United States from Principal Countries of Origin, 1820 to 1923555

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