What were the "Principal Constituent Elements" of the states' populations in 1870? Bearing in mind that it was a different, pre-political-correctness time, they were apparently "the foreign," "the native colored," and "the native white population." We definitely̴Ì_don't use those categories or terms anymore (thank goodness), but this chart remains an informative relic of that era.
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Attribution: Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division →