Principal American Cities





With Population of over 100,000 in 1910.



(The population for 1900 is given in parentheses by way of comparison.)



New York, N. Y., 4,766,883 (3,437,202);

Chicago, Ill., 2,185,283 (l,698,572);

Philadelphia, Pa., 1,549,008 (1,293,697);

St. Louis, Mo., 687,029 (575,238);

Boston, Mass., 670,585 (560,892);

Cleveland, O., 560,663 (381,768);

Baltimore, Md., 558,485 (508,957);

Pittsburg, Pa., 533,905 (451,512);

Detroit. Mich., 465,766 (285,704);

Buffalo, N. Y., 423,715 (352,387);

San Francisco, Cal., 416,912 (342,782);

Milwaukee, Wis., 373,857 (285,315);

Cincinnati, O., 364,462 (325,902);

Newark. N. J., 347,469 (246,070);

New Orleans. La., 339,075 (287,104);

Washington. D. C., 331,069 (278,718);

Los Angeles, Cal., 319,198 (102,479);

Minneapolis, Minn., 301,408 (202,718);

Jersey City, N. J., 267,779 (206,433);

Kansas City, Mo., 248,331 (163,752);

Seattle, Wash., 237,194 (80,671);

Indianapolis, Ind., 233,650 (169,164);

Providence, R. I., 224,326 (175,597);

Louisville, Ky., 223,928 (204,731);

Rochester, N. Y., 218,149 (162,608);

St. Paul, Minn., 214,744 (163,065);

Denver, Col., 213,381 (133,859);

Portland, Ore., 207,214 (90,426);

Columbus, O., 181,548 (125,560);

Toledo, O., 168,497 (131,822);

Atlanta, Ga., 154,839 (89,672);

Oakland, Cal., 150,174 (66,960);

Worcester, Mass., 145,986 (118,421);

Syracuse, N. Y., 137,249 (108,374);

New Haven, Conn., 133,605 (108,027);

Birmingham, Ala., 132,683 (38,415);

Memphis, Tenn., 131,105 (102,320);

Scranton, Pa., 129,867 (102,026);

Richmond, Va., 127,628 (85,050);

Paterson, N. J., 125,600 (105,171);

Omaha, Neb., 124,096 (102,555);

Fall River, Mass., 119,295 (104,803);

Dayton, O., 116,577 (85,333);

Grand Rapids, Mich., 112,571 (87,565);

Nashville, Tenn., 110,364 (80,865);

Lowell, Mass., 106,294 (94,969);

Cambridge, Mass., 104,839 (91,886);

Spokane, Wash., 104,402 (36,848);

Bridgeport, Conn., 102,054 (70,996);

Albany, N. Y., 100,253 (94,151).





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