The Official and Statistical Register of the State of Mississippi Volume 1

The Official and Statistical Register of the State of Mississippi Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...Valley city 3.908 Water Valley city (part of) 2,258 "Comparison with population for iKoo cannot be made; county redistricted since 1890. Beat 4, including Oakland, Scoby, and Tillatoba towns.... 5,084 Oakland town 209 327 Scoby town 146 Tillatoba town 115 Beat 5 2,910 Total 19,742 16,029 YAZOO COUNTY. Minor Civil Divisions. 1900 1890. Beat 1, including Bentonia and Satartia towns 9,255 7.333 Bentonia town 167 Satartia town 146 Beat 2 6,381 5,603 Beat 3, including Yazoo City 14,370 11.297 Yazoo City 4,944 3.286 Ward I 2,356 Ward 2 2,588 Beat 4 6,689 6,213 Beat 5 7,253 5.948 Total 43.048 36.394 POPULATION OF THE INCORPORATED CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES OF MISSISSIPPI. 1890 AND 1900. Names. 1900. 1890. Abbeville town 255.... Aberdeen city 3-434 3.449 Ackerman town 706.... Albertson town 200.... Amory town 1,211 739 Arkabutla town 265 148 Artesia town 343 313 Ashland town 162 138 Austin town I42 Baird town 300 Baldwyn town 560 AGRICULTURE IN MISSISSIPPI. GENERAL STATISTICS. Census Bulletin AAo. 225. Mississippi has a total land area of 46.340 square miles, or 29,657,600 acres, of which 18,240,736 acres, or 61.5 per cent, are included in farms. From the northeast corner of Mississippi, where the land is slightly rugged, the surface gradually slopes, with many undulations, west to the Mississippi river and south to the Gulf of Mexico. The broad, low ridge thus formed extends nearly north and south through the State, and divides the waters which flow into the Mississippi from the affluents of the Tombigbee. Pearl, and Pascagoula rivers. On this ridge are large Jracts of arable land, much of which is under cultivation, while other portions are covered by forests. To the west is doubtless the most desirable farm land of the State, extending from...show more

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  • Paperback | 238 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 431g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236525108
  • 9781236525109