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The predominating sex: 1890

From Statistical Atlas of the United States (1890)

This U.S. map shows which̴Ì_gender predominated where circa 1890.̴Ì_(And look how much of the Wild West remained unsettled!)̴Ì_Finally, a factual, appropriate place to use the phrase "MALES IN EXCESS" or, a bit to the east, "FEMALES IN EXCESS," if that's more your thing.

Tags: Census Atlas, color, colorful, front page, horizontal, interesting and unique, maps, multicolor, Population, red, single map

All prints are on matte, archival, acid-free paper, and all framed prints are framed in satin black wooden frames.

We've done a little bit of cleanup to prepare the image for printing, but this is a faithful reproduction of the source material, and bears any scratches, smudges, or tears that were in the original. How charming!

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Attribution: Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division

Note: The botanical watercolors originals are on the smaller side, so we recommend 16 x 20" and below. While larger prints are fine from several feet away, you may notice pixellation when viewing them up-close.

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