A Study in Boss Politics: William Lorimer of Chicago

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APPENDIX D
Nationality of Chicago Registered Voters, 1892
Ward Native
American
Naturalized Canadian German Irish English Scotch Swedish
1 4,791 1,840 143 477 382 138 61 44
2 5,147 1,619 180 488 450 195 44 77
3 5,275 1,914 169 751 371 164 64 133
4 5,950 2,153 196 716 492 260 90 109
5 3,679 4,599 167 1,859 1,166 186 66 521
6 2,863 5,805 196 2,371 2,298 290 73 205
7 1,732 4,365 68 1,542 623 70 20 35
8 1,661 4,142 136 839 816 63 22 26
9 2,178 5,103 143 1,639 762 136 29 71
10 3,542 5,538 201 2,385 839 201 72 306
11 5,785 2,672 309 413 653 331 137 133
12 10,511 3,860 652 793 862 745 281 88
13 5,967 3,378 307 891 936 417 145 174
14 2,298 6,162 77 3,676 211 97 55 393
15 2,651 6,248 112 3,054 575 290 92 599
16 1,364 7,229 46 2,450 218 65 25 312
17 1,718 3,177 89 679 523 85 50 248
18 5,319 2,547 282 674 738 320 133 45
19 4,232 4,828 436 721 1,635 285 99 39
20 2,310 2,802 82 2,111 217 101 27 112
21 2,360 3,278 91 2,445 182 120 27 139
22 2,805 3,677 56 2,577 210 92 22 385
23 2,275 4,443 108 682 1,044 104 48 2,121
24 6,035 2,395 251 853 583 225 58 155
25 3,421 2,882 159 1,291 231 198 54 682
26 2,666 4,581 100 3,370 199 213 49 358
27 1,422 1,443 64 750 79 125 36 167
28 1,396 1,453 164 289 370 142 49 158
29 3,294 4,121 238 978 2,174 240 58 81
30 6,811 6,573 406 2,170 1,563 410 152 974
31 4,869 2,381 258 708 425 292 87 247
32 7,076 2,132 329 406 504 416 130 145
33 2,022 3,788 131 1,003 608 325 59 725
34 5,010 4,506 346 994 639 503 141 831
Total 130,435 127,634 6,692 47,005 23,578 7,844 2,555 10,838
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Published in the Chicago Daily News Almanac for 1894 ( Chicago, 1894), 318; totals have been corrected where necessary.

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