A Study in Boss Politics: William Lorimer of Chicago

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APPENDIX E Composition of the Population of Chicago, 1910
WARDS
1910 City 1 2 3
Total Population 2,185,283 29,528 42,801 46,135
Male 1,125,764 19,087 21,196 22,538
Female 1,059,519 10,441 21,605 23,597
Native-born of native
parents
445,139 9,797 11,642 12,865
Native-born of foreign
or mixed parents
912,701 6,734 11,225 13,124
Foreign-born white 781,217 9,840 9,118 8,974
Negro 44,103 2,603 10,709 11,081
Other 2,123 554 107 91
Males of Voting Age 700,590 16,100 16,205 16,467
Native-born of native
parents
125,703 6,529 4,071 4,282
Foreign-born or native-
born of foreign or
mixed parents
555,247 7,757 7,399 7,536
Naturalized 190,693 2,126 2,376 2,501
Negro 17,845 1,350 4,646 4,575
WARDS
1910 10 11 12
Total Population 51,707 57,664 91,521
Male 27,069 30,167 48,582
Female 24,638 27,497 42,939
Native-born of native parents 1,841 3,730 8,318
Native-born of foreign or mixed parents 20,980 26,189 44,221
Foreign-born white 28,863 27,728 38,774
Negro 12 13 176
Other 11 4 32
Males of Voting Age 14,603 16,705 27,587
Native-born of native parents 226 498 1,693
Foreign-born or native-born of
foreign or mixed parents
14,361 16,196 25,761
Naturalized 4,135 5,344 8,995
Negro 6 7 103
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All figures are compiled from U.S., Thirteenth Census, 1910, "Population," II, 512-514.

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