ABSTRACT FROM CENSUS REPORT

OF    1 8 6 5.

CHENANGO COUNTY.

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POPULATION.

TOWNS.Population in 1865.Change since 1855.VOTERS, 1865.Aliens, 1865.Colored
persons
not
taxed,
1865.
Number, deducting
aliens and colored
persons not taxed.
Increase.Decrease.Native.Naturalized.Total.
Afton, *18271827
48374902
1825
Bainbridge, *1699
1678460846816111672
Columbus,1273
583261934521
1252
Coventry,1522
1624111442514
1508
German,778
281837190131764
Greene,3314
4038534790021213272
Guilford,2423
129653186711522406
Lincklaen,988
143258122702
986
McDonough,1306
11134412356411301
New Berlin,2459
48661407011112447
North Norwich,1078
48265927421
1057
Norwich,4331222
1027105132130994102
Otselic,1468
25341774245
1463
Oxford,2996
1207665181749102937
Pharsalia,1112
40283729011
1101
Pitcher,1186
953228330

1186
Plymouth,1487
5437483821731467
Preston,982
6225221273215956
Sherburne,282044
6705972910432709
Smithville,1634
273606542512
1622
Smyrna,1677
1894311344421
1656

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    Total,38360
155597995371033651415737689

          * Afton erected from Bainbridge in 1857.


CENSUS REPORT.
AGRICULTURAL, ETC.
291
TOWNS. Winter Wheat---bushels harvested 1864 Oats, bushels harvested 1864. Indian Corn, bushels harvested 1864. Potatoes, bushels harvested 1864. Tobacco, pounds harvested 1864. Hops, pounds harvested 1864. Apples, bushels harvested 1864. Milch Cows, number of, 1865. Butter, pounds made 1864. Horses, two years old and over, 1865 Sheep, number shorn 1865.
Afton, 750 17389 14116 16628 6800 20041 21824 1559 177642 429 2278
Bainbridge, 508 11600 11685 12838 4510 17815 22154 1344 141367 511 2009
Columbus, 234 18140 8344 13446 1500 51634 29050 2273 49220 385 1761
Coventry, 94 14523 7965 15831 1170   21637 2120 275213 464 2223
German,   6507 3130 9388   10761 10147 1272 151347 289 1225
Greene, 166 18665 17835 22801 20590 21177 40525 3298 364476 708 2859
Guilford, 976 17609 15892 18341 5610 32246 35043 2819 336618 707 3231
Lincklaen,   11136 3082 9258   12574 8814 1187 95514 265 2663
McDonough,   8995 5103 11828 1200 6826 14143 1908 185090 373 1632
New Berlin, 114 12448 11051 15307 3792 25395 29569 2587 145092 627 2979
N. Norwich, 419 10126 9953 12150 2350 55662 13517 1023 83292 299 2168
Norwich, 239 9739 11752 13447 1750 19264 23738 2144 180217 687 6201
Otselic,   17004 6094 18747   31536 11035 1515 131545 502 2843
Oxford, 407 20487 19749 17531 1000 7707 36760 3053 360357 742 3353
Pharsalia,   8322 3475 13620   3246 9667 1522 179310 312 1198
Pitcher, 32 9951 4919 10474 1625 12259 17006 1450 132085 368 2759
Plymouth, 132 9120 7405 14799 3250 43262 18952 1950 143430 433 4071
Preston,   5369 5771 8034   800 16755 1689 254153 324 2574
Sherburne, 1236 30801 20587 28812 68170 150896 46053 2681 197665 815 5865
Smithville, 86 15974 10117 14734 100   30730 2442 299188 501 2525
Smyrna, 1033 26612 14518 17755 13850 45826 28400 1623 159505 578 6720

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Total, 6426 300517 212543* 315769 137267* 568927* 485519 41459 4042326 10319 63137

    * Book had incorrect totals of 212553, 77197 and 569027 respectively.

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ADDITIONAL STATISTICS FROM CENSUS OF 1865.

    In addition to the above extracts we give the following totals for the County, as per returns for the several heads mentioned:--

    Cash Value of Farms, 1865, $16,598,044; of Stock, 1865, $3,300,925; of Tools and Implements, 1865, $665,442; Acres Plowed, 1865, 40,273⅝; Tons of Hay, 1864, 113,683; Winter Rye, bushels harvested in 1864, 948⅝; Barley, bushels harvested in 1864, 6,001; Flax, acres sown in 1865, 87; Pounds of Lint, 1864, 10,128; Honey, pounds collected in 1864, 35,199; Working Oxen, number in 1865, 888; Neat Cattle, number killed for beef in 1864, 4,698; Swine, number of pigs in 1865, 9,435; one year old and over, 1865, 10,657; slaughtered in 1864, 9,959; pounds of pork made, 1864, 2,455,669; Wool, pounds shorn, 1865, 221,948; Sheep, number of lambs raised, 1854, 32,171; number killed by dogs, 1864, 494; Poultry, value owned, 1865, $22,248.22; value of eggs sold in 1864, $20,857.37; Fertilizers, value bought, 1864, $7,382.97; Domestic Manufactures, 1864, yards of full cloth, 7,553; yards of flannel, 19,306; yards of linen, 9,158; yards of cotton and mixed goods, 1,712; Apples, number of trees in fruit, 1864, 248,870; barrels of cider, 1864, 9,124.


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